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I1fIItttIfII wfffiII BEREA PUBLISHINGCO L G HINMAN Manager alerts at tAe Fottojet at Strut if 01 i ebw mallmatter HH1 1 H I +1 1 1 1 1 1HHHH ll VOL VI A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JUNE 15 1905 One dollar a year NO 62 jIDEASiga that show improve begin by im proving youreolf Never mnko n promise unless you menu to keep it HcuryM Stanley Small kintluHIHlIlIIallconrtlfliOll smallcousidotnlionshnbitutilly pine ticed in our Bociul intercourse given greater charm to the character tliuu the display of great tnlontn and no comnlhiliincntB M A Kelly FROM THE WIDE WORLD Warmlwd the German head 1 t 1utrtrhognrrison ItMfnnnihUat fal 1 Tho French Foreign Minister Deli portfolioforPremier Rouvior A cable receivedal tho Venezuelan CoiiHilliito in Now York iinnoimws the IrviidencyKing Alfonso of Spain visits Lotulali olllcially Among other functions ho attended n luncheon given in hm honor by the Lord Mayor Tim union lx twoon Norway and Sweden under ono king wan unanimously declared dissolved Juno 7 by the Storthing Thu Government of Norway wan placed in tho hands of tho state council Premier Ramstedt in an entorview nt Stockholm unyn thu Swedish Gov ernment will rttfnno to recognize tho Norwegian revolution and will submit to tho Riksdng motions conformable to that ntandiont lit IxJioves that no foreign jxiwer will recognize Norway UK an indeXndont government 1nwident Roosevelt haH necum n mutual agriHJinent from Russia and Japan to discuss tho question of IIt uico While tho toil of the ollicial notes received lit not made public it is Mated that the preliminary negotiations are proceeding smoothly It is understood that Washington is not considered favorably by either belligerent ns n plnce of meeting It is believed that no serious difficulty will ho encountered in reaching n decision on this point Iloth Count Cassini and Minister Tukahirn hold important conferences yoftlordav with the President but they declined to ho interviewed ns to tit miittors discussed IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Now York City is to have a now skyscraper hotel to cost 15000000 Tho loss tit Grand Rapids Mich at tributed to tho Hood is estimated at 250000 Tho Mississippi river IB at n flood stage at Hannibal Mo All tho low landi arc mihtnorgod and railroad traf fic is seriously interrupted One man was killed two others woro fatally hurt and property worth friO 000 damaged by an explosion at tho Iroquois Iron Company at Chicago Thu trustees of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have decided in favor of the proposed alliance with Hurvanl aro uo legal obstacles It is said that Thomas FIlyan Peter A II WIdener and Edward J Her syndientoway in Now York npparentlImltdurance lath sides declaring they have reached the limit as far nA hope of settlement is concerned All worlds railway sjxxxl records worn broken by tho Pennsylvania special in the run from Chestline to Fort Wuyno Three miles in 1284 see onds or n speed rato of 1273 miles per hour was shown in tho vicinity of Elida 0- COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Judge J W Conglcton has resigned as Judge of tho Wolf County Court and Gov Beckhum has appointed JP Howe to succeed him Thirteen towboats started South yesterday from Pittsburg with 1000 000 bushels of coal for tho Cincinnati and Louisville markets A Washington friend of Justice lIar i lun says ho has no thought of quitting tho bench and accepting time JJopub licau nomination for Governor of Ken tucky Police Judge AB Stceloof Ilyden refused to receive Moso B Feltner whoa tho prisoner was brought to Hy den on a warrant charging him with robbery and said ho know nothing about tho warrant which purported- to have been issued by him WOIIItims of Harrodsburg by a vote Of 41 to 30 i TIDE CITIZEN BEREA COMMENCEMENT 05 EIGHT THOUSAND PERSONS ENJOY GRADUATING EXERCISES VIEW SIGHTS OF THE CAMPUS AND THOROUGHLY ENJOY THE HOS PITALITY OF BEREA COLLEGE From every point of view Com mcncemont Day for 1005 was the most successful ever held in Boron As is thin custom the cople began to arrive in town by daybreak from far and near and by niiio oclock tho time for the opening of tin exercises In tho the streets timid campus were crowded plJolloItthat at least 8000 people woro or tho grounds thrnout the day hill notwithstanding thus fact excellent guidiSIUllldirect tho visitors to the various points of interest nnd to further facilitate matters each office or department hind n largo canvas sign hearing its twine on tho outside w that no difficulty was experienced in finding the desired places Tho exhibits of the various departments were at their host mill fur niHhed abundant evidence of tin efficiency of tho work luting accom pushed by tho Institution in iti sevend phases of education From Unni until 1130 tin graduating exhibitions anti exercises wow carried out in tho Tabernacle Tho Commoncement orations by the graduates from each nlopartmenl wore given in a manner which reflected credit upon themselves and the instructors who had led them in their studies up to this crowning event Music by the Band Glct Club Harmonia Society and College Quartet enlivened thin program al intervals Immediately after tho exercises in the TnlKrimolo an ndjouinmJnt wot made to the now Library building to witness the laying of tho corner stone by tho lIon Curtis F Burnam of Richmond This ceremony hail signifloanco not because it marked propertybytho fact that the Library when finished will afford n larger channel of blessing to those who choose U HUNTING AND FISHING TRIP Mn EDITOR on Juno 1 my cousin Green B Gabbard and I left this place for Jackson and Rockcastli Counties for an extended outing for tho purpose of fishing nnd hunting The first stop for the night was at Jacob Gabbard Srs Clover Bottom Second day wo wont to Edward Gahbards on Indian Crook for dinner After dinner we fished and caught a few small fish and then hnd supper and retired to rest at 1030 Wo wero up onrlnoxt morning nnd wore soon on our way to the Rockcastlo river where we arrived in duo time nnd thou the fun commenced By noon thero was quite n stir in tho ramp which was npilloorchnrdwell close to Iho mouth of tho Indian Creek where it Hows into tho Laurel fork of tho Rockcastlo river It was amusing to see Green B nnd Palestine Gabbard working over the fire frying bacon mil fish nud boiling coffee the aroma of which soon had tho boys all in n hurry to of tho frugal meal which was compTJtyd of strong coffee fish bacon and tort bread There was enough mud to sjMiro to feed tho crowd which num bored 14 only twelve of this number however ato nt tho well one other of the company and myself being made the guests of Mr Baker on whoso orchard the camp was located All of tho M assembled woro of the Gabbard families fathers sous and nephows After dinner wo went to Thomas Morriss and stayed over night Morris and ono or two others of tho party wenl to tho river took pure torches for their light and gigged about twenty fine fish and daylightof fists Very soon ono could smell the fish Bud turtle being fried which wero soon ready for thoso who cared to oat them Then wo journeyed across the country till wo canio to tho county road then wo followed tho road we had togo down on to Pond Creek thou down Pont Crook to Robert Nicholass our kins wan then up Drybranch to Jane Scales who is our cousin by mar riago whoro wo stayed all night rand were very hospitably enter tained From there wo went to John Burnams who accompanied us to Rockcastlo river whore wo shot and killedmore fish thou wo went up the river to our first cone ing ground but ato at our friends avail themselves of its advantages nubpostiiiefficiency as an educational center p m exorcises incident to tho turning on of tho waterworks oc cupied about fortyfive minutes Mrs Rev W 13 Barton of Oak Park 111 alter n short address was con ducted to n nearby hydrant where 1uvith one or two turns of tho spanner she officially started tho water flow big upon tho college campus Tho fire company wore thero in readiness mud gave n short display of the height and volume of the stream for fire purposes after which an adjourn ment WitS made to tho Tabernacle whore tho exercises wore resumed by a selection from the Band and prayer by Father Rogers Then followed an address by lion John D White of Manchester which was forceful and eloquent and a source of inspiration to all who had the privilege of hearing it As nn educational force the Com mencement occasions of Boron grow in jxwor and touch an increasing number of young people each year When it is considered that a largo percentage of tho ixsople who attend Boron on Commencement day come from homes fur remote from tho railroad nnd from the privileges of a large educational institution the value of the occasion to those who attend from such neighborhoods is more fully realized Several refreshment stands were kept busy supplying the demands of tho thirsty multitude Tho College stand on tho campus near the Tabor ernaclo did n rushing business all day A photographers tent was open to all who wished to receive n negative impression of themselves without delay Tho usual social was hold in the Tabernacle at 7 pju at which fare wells were said A brief service of prayer and testimony was n fitting close of the cnrs work The wentiwr was perfect all day Robert linker After dinner wo mounted nail wont to Win McCol lungs and stayedall night theta went to John W Gabbards tho father of Green B Gabbard ho being 07 years oldand was out plowing in his crop the day wo saw him After passing tho old man Gabbards wo wont HootltT creek to Canada Morrisswhore after dinner wo went sapping after Mountain Birch and to view the mountain scenery after which wo returned hny of J W Gabbarda to Indian Creek then up tho creek to Jacob Gabhards and stayed overnight then up the creek to Palestine Gabbatdn where wo stayed tho next night this being the seventh eighthtinystopped nnd took lunch at Soul Gap after which wo arrived at stoppedlongthen wo made for Boron reaching hero safe and sound nftor being absent eight days MJ Gabbard GnbbnrditRosolutrons dopted by C pt James WestPosl1CAR Whereas on the 17th of May 1005 Comrade W II Kobe Com mander of Cnpt Janice West Post No 171 Dept of Ky departed this life therefore bo it resolved 1 That in the loss of Comrade Robe our Post is deprived of n true comrade nn nblo Commander and ono of the most valuable members of our organization 2 That wo feel called upon to express n strengthened puqKxso to cherish the tics which hindus frequentinroadR nllgelS those resolutions be spread upon our records a copy sent to tho widow of our deceased com ratio and wo furnish TUG CITIZEN with the publishedL M B RAMSEY ALEX MOOIIE Corn A Diplomat Ho la a man of wonderful presence of mind Has his wits always where ho can any his hands on them I suppose Yes Indeed ho can talk to a chnrm lug widow a whole evening without proposing to her ARE PLAYING WAR Guns In the Fort Monroe Fortifi cations Trained on the Big s War Vessels REPLIED WITH 8 AND 10INCH GUNS A TlioSJjIp Kept Up a Terrific Fire the Noise Slinking the Buildings at Old Point ThijWeMeli WerrConttructlvely Sunk Da Combination of Mlnea Mortar Fire and Heavy Shell t From Male Batteries Fort Monroe Va June 14Tbo fleet steaming toward tho fortifications was discovered by tho scout boat Reno AwIreleBB message was sent Into tho tort and the range finders In a few seconds sent word to the batteries that the ships were ort shore 14000 yards about tight miles The guns and mor tars of all the fortifications wero trained on the ships and the range lessened from time to time as the ships came In closer Ten minutes after tho vessels were sighted the Texas commenced firing with her 8Inch and 10Inch Runs Within a few minutes the mortar batteries were turned loose on tluthlps at 10000 yards and as the vessels carne in closer the 12 Inch dis appearing guns opened on them The ships kept up a continuous fire the noleo being terrific shaking tho build ings at Old Point After steaming up tho rll raps tho Texas sent signals to cease firing and then turned about putting out to sea again Ships Put Out of Action Tuo day afternoon at 1230 tho Tex as and Hornet returned and attempt ed to corm tho forts during a heavy rainstorm Tilt ships wore put out ot action before they had a chanco to firs more than a shot or two tho mortars being credited with tho work The Texas kept on up tho roads however and the batteries along tho shores all fired on her for practice The exercises appear to demonstrate that It would be almost impossible tot a small fleet to run the batteries here aunt get Into Hampton Roads The mortars and searchlights have done- mtwt sntIsrfT ory work Countermin ing operations by the navy have not been tried yet and It is expected that It will be next on tho program The Shore Searchlights Tho shore searchlights picked up the vesiols when they wore fully sev en niilua oft shore The best that has ever been claimed for tho searchlights is an effective range of seven miles on a perfect night for such work Tuesday night there was a heavy mist over the bay and out to tho capes Tho ships were first sighted about 216 oclock Wednesday morning when they wore about seven miles ort shore The Texas flying Adm Dickens flag led tno procession with the Hartford and Hornet In tho order named Tho boats camp close to the fortifications ami were constructively sunk by a combi nation of mines mortars fire and heavy shells from tho mall batteries of all tho forts all of which wore con centrated on the enemy for about 16 mlnuteso Tho mortars opened the battle and It is claimed that they put tho ships outof action almost Immedi ately although the vessels continued to como toward the forts They retired after half an hour of fighting and passed out of sight Attack on Baltimore Baltimore Juno HAt 145 Wed nesday morning Baltimores defending forts wero again attacked by a part of the fleet under Rr Adm Dickens The cruiser Atlanta was discovered in the cutoff channel between Dodkln Point and Fort Smallwood She was followed by the Newark and the Sri via Fort Howard opened fire Forts Arimstead and Smallwood followed the example and nftci a brisk cannon ade the Atlanta sont up a red rocket which Is taken to mean that she con teases destruction or surrenders Constructively all threo of tho at tucking vessels were sent to the bot tom as was also a fourmasted schoon or which tho war vessels used as a partial screen to their movements and which was therefore In tho lino of flro from tho fortS The naval vessels did not reply to tho guns of the forts and shortly turned and headed down tho bay ON THE RACE TRACK Horses Fell and One Jockey Was Kill ed and Another Injured St Louis Juno 14 Jockey Hector on Wellesley was killed and Jockey Morris on Dr Clark seriously Injured In a mixup during tho steeplechase at tho American Jockey olub track The horses tell near the halt ratio pole and when assistance reached tho two boys Hector was dead Neither horso was injured Tobacco For the Navy Washington Juno HIt was an nounced at the navy department that the contract for the annual supply of tobacco for the navy aggregating 160 000 pounds would bo awarded to But ler flasher of Richmond Va whoso bid was 34WccntB per pound the low It1tlHfH+III+1 +II4f11I1 Lh Sixteen Departments Eight PagesnMIIIiiIIIIIt ++ s t p tDtvt jr rgK cAiMbial oucyrwo tic lKtt lOsupwaheeooi Y 1 May 4 1905 t i i ft t C C ARE WE JUSTIFIED u i Perhaps we ought to be satisfied with present achievements But you fknow C the more a man gets the more he AJ ar1T wants This being true we are then justified in soliciting new busi nose and especially so sinco we are so well equipped to handle it Accuracy and promptness safety I and liberality aro the marked features M 4aof our business I4i t We invite you to try us V kr t t Jl t Cashiort o + raltokokorto KokokokoKottoKoKottokoxoKolorotr6romrororororo0 Y- ao 1 0o toY DONT FORGET dcdw titoo iI t o2a4 Jo 0 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byKlltterlns brook M lid with the eeelnay Of bursting spring with twittering bird And hum of honey beSla Itnpalye my pint shouts And sate Is here with me- A laugh lh chlldrm no hr laugh taunts all the alinoit leie hb r none Is in thr btooka rrfrnln tier glad eye Rnililne elmr Are In the morning dews her speech Jt melody eo dear Tee bluebird trills Eta napalye I hferI hearI tear- Agate In race nt Recess- I i see her braided hair Tom past me al I star to lit Her straw hat fallen there Thr school belt Munda A vibrant pane Mjr heart can hardly bear Tei itlll she I6Ii nanalye Ana lends me everywhere KMV I am oldyet she remains 1t e felfftnme chili of ten Gay gallant little girl to raee On Into leaven than Ye gallant say Ste Ilnpalye In blossom time and when TH trees and graMn beckon brComes back to us again And so however long IMe youth Vhoee raptures wild and free An old mans heart may claim no mere With more than memory I share the spring own joy that brings My boyhood back to me With laughter bloraoms singing bird And sweet Sis Rapnlye James Whitcomb they In Collier Weekly 2 I BARTLEYS I VACATION 1 a MR BARTLEY stretched his long and yawned dismally I Gee he said but 1 do feel rocky Ills morning 1 am afraid dear said Mrs Bart y with tender solicitude that you n slot well Well Of course Im not well How aa a fellow be well with this ever atinq grind going on from morning Ill night What I need Isa vacation If 1 could just get a rest for a fow lays Id pick up and bo all right ialn Well suggested Mrs Bartloy art e aly why dont you take IU Taks It 1 echoed Barlloy with rage Intensity If you knew the Iiss you wouldnt ask that Catch him letting a fellow have a day on Why dos a typical skinflint lIed grind a chap Into powder In order to tract the last spark of enorgy 1 w ill the kind of man I am working f r yet you ak me why I dont take a vacation Maybe If I was dead hed lot me off for a few days with full n tilt UAltTLKY STUKTCHED HIS LONO LKUS AND VAl NKO DISMALLY pay but nothing short of that would touoli his stony heart 0 Fred dont she said It breaks my heart to hear you talk about dying I caut stand it You really ought to bray at home today- I know I ought assented Bartley and Im going to do It too no mat ter what cornea of It Ill telephone down that Im sick Perhaps If I get out In the fresh air for a few hours Ill be able to fight oft this spell of Iel rasa that I feel is Imminent- At ten oclock Mr Bartloy telephoned to the office the news of hU sudden indisposition later ho carried tint llw rest of his programme by ro pairing to the froion lakes of Contra pnrK where he hoped to Imbibe goo crops dosat of rmtiiresown tonic as AH alU ole to the Insidious jiolsonn l rjueiitlip iu hU system The next mhiesaw bill coniuaud oallaJ him over to hi teak- Youve don r It now Bartley ho ralil You might as well have saved jouiaulf th Double of coming down Wday Youre not needed any long er VUo said so the boss lie told me to tell you wliii yon came In today barites lOomed against the desk wiaUly In that IItrafJttt11e asked Stralghtcst thing In the world Ho called me iu yoMorday and asked about you Yon know the boss He doesnt waste any words Bartley not hiie today he sad I told him you were sick Very well said he Whet he come tomorrow tell him that he is not nettled at present and he may extend lila vacation until = The bund Cl rii am wad hU Hn un s i ostivcly 1 tee said Bartley lie added something about the I 5tl said the head clerk but that Hut tat supplemented Hartley was only hie way of letting a fellow die by Inch What has really meant vt that Ive WfU tired L o Yes said tho head clerk It looks that way But you dont have to tako my word for It You can walt till ho comes In if you like and ask him yourselfNo thank you said Bartley I dont want lo see him I wont knuckle to him that much Of course Ive got a moral and legal right to sec him and demand an explanation and two weeks salary besides but I wont do It I wont oven give him a chance to lire me formally Ill re sign before ho gets around to It Bartloy wrote his letter of resignation that morning on hotel stationery When ho went home for luncheon ho considerately refrained from appris lug his wife ot his conversation with the head clerk and his subsequent communication to the firm No use to worry her he said oflll make her believe Im simply stretching my vacation out a few days longer Mrs Bartley upon receipt of that cheering news effervesced with grati tude to the tyrannical head of the homo O isnt he just too lovely she said I always knew youd find him a dear If you went at him the right wayThe next day Bartloy received an acceptance of his resignation to take effect at once and Immediately he began to look for another position For a week he answered advertisements and Interviewed prospective employ ers but as one attempt after another proved futile his step lost UI wonted elasticity and his voice Its cheerful ness of tone Mrs Bartley observed those evidences of physical deteriora tion with wifely concern Im afraid Fred she said that you arc not enjoying your vacation as you should Really I think you ought to try and brace up for my sake after all the trouble I took to get it for you After all the trouble you took repealed Bartloy You YOB mo I didnt Intend to tell you but I cant keep It any longer I got that vacation for you I went down and saw the manager Yousawthemanager Hartley gurgled helplessly When That first day you staid nome and went skating I talked to him quite plainly I told him you were working yourself to death and that it was all his fault Ho didnt act a bit mean I had expected to be scared half to death but I wasnt lie only wanted to know If you had sent me down there to tell him that Of course I told him you hadnt I said you would rather duo a thousand time over than ask for a vacation Mr Bartley I said Is a slave to his work When he tI absent from hie desk ona day you may know that he has a mighty good reason for staying away Great heavens groaned Bartley What did he say Ho said he had often noticed that hlhiiolT 0 he was just as nice as could bo all the way through lie promised to lot you off till the IGlh Th Wh Bartley put In Con found that head clerk HCJ Why whats the matter Isnt tbat long enough 1 Also he agreed out of respect for my wishes not to mentlou my name to a living soul in connection with the affair You see you are so funny about some things and I thought you might no- tIIleo that to the reason I want you to quit moping You owe It to me to brace up for you cant deny that It jvaa I who fixed you down at the office O yes he told limply you fixed me all rlhtN Y Press TRIALS OF A GEOLOGIST His Precious Specimens Surrepti tiously Doojsed Of by a Con scienceless Carrier Prof W C Hayes of the geological survey was talking In Washington about the trials of geologists states the Buffalo Enquirer Did you ever hear of the geologist InNow Hampshire he usked Well there was a geologist who spent a long hot summer day In Croydon gathering specimens of the very odd New lIamp shire rock formation to be found there and late in the afternoon he hired a boy to carry the heavy bag back to Newport for him The boy exhibited to a friend that night a halfdollar and the friend said enviousjy Whore did you get that I made It was the answer How did you nape It You know that there man that was working all day with a little hammer hereabouts chipping off pieces of rock and putting thorn into a leather bag Yes Well he asked me to carry his bag for him to the Newport hotel ard he gave me CO cants for the job Well It was worth it Must have been pretty heavy carryln all then rocks four miles Do you think I carried them rock all the way he said No sir I emptied the bag before startln and just filled It outside the boteli Untidily Dressed Nurses There Is no doubt that a proportion of nurses whose training In unim peachable do not dress as trimly as they might when they arc outofdoors If unqualified persons dishonor the uniform by appropriating It without right those who are entitled to the uniform should honor It by wearing It becomingly London Hospital Stubborn- Selfopillouated7 Well I should say he Is I never wet anyono so dog matlc ItS that so1- sYMiwhy hes oUvely biilldoj matlc Philadelphia Ledger sesre THE HEAVENLYHOME SandjrSchoollesJoa lor JIlDe 111 19D5 Sped + Ilr PrapiTKiferThli Paper LESSON TKXTIlev ZMll Memory Verses S5 Head Rev 21 and 22 GOLDEN TEXTTo him that over cometh will 1 grant to sit with Me In My thronenlv Jill SCRIPTlRB KEFBRRNCKS Pas sages which bear on the Lesson Isa 7228 lea 225 11110 fi4M7 BS11 WI2J C2l12 Dan 718 27 Mal 117 Iuks Nt John 142 1722 Rom 816 17 llrb 49 1222 1 Pet 14 11 2 Pet 113 1 John I2 etcThe Time Is at land Such passages as Matt 2114 Mark 1330 Luke 2122 Rom 1311 1 1 Thus 41MS Ileb IDiti Cor156tn 1 1117 Comment and Suggestive Thought V 1 The description of the holy city was begun with verse 10 of the preced chapter and Is here continued ling The angel who was leading Johu his examination of the glories revealed River life This llear enly river reminds us at once of Jesus offerto give living water John 4 1014 for the refreshment and satisfaction of every pure thirst of which human nature Is capable Is abundantly supplied by Christ Proceeding from the throne All life all refreshing all be nefcence has Its source In God God the Son Is spoken of throughout thin book as the Lamb because of Jesus laying down Ills life for mankind as a lamb without spot or blemish the cru cified Saviour- V 2 In the midst The rIver flows through the midst of tin street of the holy city On either side tree of life This tree was seen standing In the Garden of Eden It seems now to be a grove of trees flourishing easy of access and continual fruit Twelve manner or crops of fruit It bears fruit not once but 12 times a year there Is variety In Its fruit that all tastes all needs of man slay be satis fied The sincere Christian he who stands firmly rooted In Christ Jesus and who drinks deeply of the water of life will Inevitably be a fruitbearer In his life will appear tho fait of the Spiritlove joy peace and the rot Gal 622 23 lie will be a fruitbearer In that his life will feed other lives Tna leaves healing of the nations This further expresses how the Cnrli than will be a blessing to others V3 No more curse No evil effects of sin will be felt for sin Itself has been banished 2127 As we try to reallM how blessed earth would be If the ona curse of strong drink were removed wo can appreciate what It would be Ifevery curse were banished rhroneH These clauses tell how the curse Is banished God reigns supreme and the people de light to obey Him A41 delight In do Ing Gods will V 4 Shall see Ills taco Will enjoy perfect fellowship with Christ As we see Jesus more and more clearly we become like Him 1 John 32 2 Cor 318 His nc ue foreheads Another way of stating what Is above expressedthat God Indicates Ills own by working out In their characters like ness to Christ V 5 No night there Darkncas and all which It symbolizes will be dons away The Lord giveth them light Jesus as we have learned from Johns Gospel is the source of all light Ho does for us intellectually and spiritually all that the sun does for the ma terial world V 6 ifls angel Ills messenger John probably alludes thus to himself Through him God sent this revelation to His church at large 11 2 Shortly be oneA similar expression tho time Is at hand Is to to found In the first chapter of Revelation When the vision wax given to John the kingdom of Christ had already been founded and through all the following years would be working out this glorious pur pose V 7 Behold I come quickly Ev- Idently these arc tho personal and dl rect words of the risen Christ Above beyond and through all these predicted events we must look for and discern the personal Christ else they mean naught to us V 8 I John tie found this evan gelist not inclined to mention hIs own name In his Gospel In the Revelation however he repeatedly names himself that ho may add all the weight of his personal experience and Influence to enforce the marvels of which ho alone could give testimony These things All that bad been recorded In the book V 9 Thy fellowservant Holy an gels the great prophets of the past ages are and have been engaged In the same blessed work to which we are called tho work of bringing Gods messages to men persuading them to hear and heed them They are our brethren But God alone Is wolhy of worship V 10 Seal not etc The messages given to John were to be at once delivered for the encouragement of all V 11 He that is unjust unjust still Christians must not be discour aged nor think the time of fulfillment of glorious promises Is indefinitely post poned because they see unrighteous ness all around them Let the righteous those who choose holiness persevere unto the endPractical Paints V 2 In the life which Jesus inviter there Is abundant supply for every need Rev 716 V 3 Where God reigns supreme there Is Heaven Matt 610 V 4 The measure In which we seo Jesus today is marked upon our coun tenances2 Cor 318 V6 Gods messages are given through Ills prophets and should have our careful study2 Tim 316 V 10 Today is the time we should strive to realize tho blcssodncco of the Heavenly liftlh13- t SEOULS QUEEREST FIGURE Striking Appearance of the OueEyed Woman In the OrasfcQreen Cloak prom my point of view the princi pal and almost the only charm that Seoul has for the newcomer lies In the novelty of the costumes that it pro stints writes George Kcnnan in Out look It is not interesting architec turally and It Is detestably and dis gustingly unclean but Its street scenes particularly In the unmodified parts of the old town are unlike anything to be found elsewhere In the coat I have already referred to the strange Impression made by a population clothed wholly In white to the grotesquely absurd headgear of the mourners to the partly naked women and to the effeminate girlish appearance of tho boys but iu Seoul there la another figure which Is cuds as sulk ing a4 any ot these and that Is the one eyed woman In the grass green cloak Just aa you are beginning to get no cuatomod to the woman in white with her handbreadth shoulder Jacket her bunchy skirts and her seminude ap pearance you run up against the om- an In green whoso costume Is bizarre enough to give you a fresh shock of surprise Her outer garment which roughly proof with white neck yoke and above cuffs held together In front by moans of four long ribbon tie strings Two of these strings are bright scarlet and two dull reddish purple and they hang down In front nearly to the ground- A grass green waterproof trimmed with scarlet and purple ribbons would be striking enough even It It were worn In the American way but It Is not so worn On tho contrary the neck yoke or collar Is thrown over the head and the cloak is drawn around the face so as to conceal all except one eye while the sleeves openIngs exI and purple strings and Its dangling whitemar tnIcrowdedIstmtapparition and an equal number of baskothraded mourners gliding noiselessly to and fro In a throng of whiterobed ghosts who are fanning themselves or amok ing long etemmed pipes you feel like rubbing your eyes to make sure that you arse awake These women In grOIn are the wives of men who belong to what may be railed the Korean middle class and their costume to traditionally said to have hud Ita origin In a ruse do guerre practiced by the women of Seoul when the city was attacked by the enemy at Right in the absence of all Iu male defendiVm The wives of tho latter It Is said caught up weapons threw their husbands Jackets over tholr heads and manned or wumaned tho walla and there they fought so bravely or made such a brave show of fighting that the attacking force taking them for men abandoned the awault and withdrewIn of this achievement the women and their descend ants ware permitted to wear as badges of honor the Jackets that they had thrown over theIr heads when they rushed to the walls This explanation of the greon cloak sounds like a story Invented to fit an observed fact but the persistence of color In this particular garment while all other clothing remainswhite and the trans formation of useful sleeves Into con ventional sham which now hang down from the cars seem to indicate A sur vival of some ancient and significant custom Man In the Kitchen The helplessness of mere man In the presence of ordinary domestic tasks wad Illustrated In the case of the old miner who explained that he had once tried to Improve his cooking by studying a book of recipes It was no use he sadly confessed because every one of them receipts starts off with take 0 clean dish He was kin to cm of the sons ot Mm Dunsmulr a Scotchwoman llvlnj in Pennsylvania She was rolled away from home one day just after dInner- S she was leaving she said to the boys Quo of you must wash the dishes anti the other wipe them and put them away that everything will be tidy by the time I get back All right mother said Jack but Wllld got to wipe them Im willing to wash but wiping Is such greasy workYouths Companion Problem in Physics Most of us have probably speculated at one time or another what would happen lia hole were bored right through the earth and one were to drop a stone Into It and F II A Snow gives his vIews on this puzzling question The stooo he says would fall with Increasing speed to the cen ter of the earth where it would have attained a rate of nearly 300 miles a minute Its momentum would carry It at a constantly reducing speed through the remaining halt of Its Journey until by the time It appeared at the anti podean cud of the hole It would have come to a standstill It would then begin to drop again and would per form exactly the same Aoirney on Its return to tho starting point Thus U would continue to travel backward and forward from one end of the earth tc the other practically foreverLeh don TltBIU HOW to MaKe a Fishino semaoiiore I I 1Now that tho fishing season la open our little anglora will wolcomo this novel aid In theIr sport You probably know what a soma phoro Is as you have seen dozens of them along the railway tho auto matic signal posts whose movoWo wooden arms wigwag up and down upon their hlngos and tell tho en gineer whether or not the road la clear ahead You can make a very In genious semaphore to amuse yourself with when fishing and it will ho of practical use too for It will not only- etnal the fact of a catch but will tell you whether a big or a little fish Is hooked says A 11 Langwortby In Chicago Inter Ocean First of all how strong a pull has a little fish on a line and how strong a pull has a big fish In comparison This is the most Important question to decide In making tho size telling semaphore because iti whole princi plo of construction Is based upon tho strength of the fishs pull Get a per fectly smooth round stick ono Inch thick Cut It to the length of ten or 12 Inches Then screw a round wooden cap securely to the head of the stick being careful not to split tho stick In tho operation You can prevent this by winding wire about the stick head beforo driving In the screws The cap should be half an inch thick by two inchoa wide so that it perfectly overlaps the stick head half an Inch all around Thon procure a tin cylinder nine inches long by two and onehalf inches thick opon at one end but having a round hole one and onehalt inches wide at the other end If you cannot make It yourself tho tinsmith will for a trilling sum It Is shown In detail In figures 2 and 3 Figure 2 shows tho long alit on the left side of what we will call the front This slit and I the corroHpoiidibg one upon the right side as shown u figure S are eight Inches long and a quarter Inch wide Now push the stick head with IU cap Into the cylinder Invert a pen ell through the 11U and mark the spoU upon the rim of the cap which It touches Get a fairly strong very thin spring of steel or wire nine Inches long when uncompressed which will reach the length of the stick and fit around it aa shown In figure 2 dotted lines Attar you bave fitted tho spring around the stick pull the lowest spirals of the spring outward from the stick so that their circumference will bo much wider than the circumference of the stick You now place the stick and spring In position Inside the cylinder as shown In Flu 2 The lowest spiral of the spring being much wider than tho stick rests upon the Inclosed part of the bottom of the cylinder while the end ot the stick pierces the hole In the center of the bottom and protrudes an Inch or two out of It Drive a screw eye into the stick end drive two small wire nails Into the pencil marks you made upon the rim of the stick cap tie a line to the screw eye and go fishing You are now to have a practical test of the strength of a jlsbi pull Do your fishing from a bout a pier or some place where you can secure the cylinder up right with the open end at the top so that it will remain stationary Drop In your line A fish Is hooked and you will notice the atlckcap Instantly press down on the string Mark the lowest point which the nails or cafthes In the side of the stick cap as we will call them now descend to as they travel downward projecting through tho narrow slits In the cylinder See Fig 4 It Is evidently a very smell fish for the catches have hardly traveled half an Inch downward from their original posi Lion You pull the fish up and find It ls a very little one But you cant go by only one fish you must catch several marking the point on the edge of the slits where the catches descended to In each case and then you can get an Idea i of what the comparative strength of large and small fish is You are now ready to determine how strong the pull Is of the average small fish and the average big one Find tho spot on the edge of the slit where the marks of the small fish are thickest and mark It very plainly Take they mark of the biggest fish which will bo much farther down and find the center In the distance between that and the spot you decide the big fish to begin at Thus you have recorded the strength testsNow look at figure 1 The block of wood lo very thick and heavy so that It will support a good deal of weight without becoming top heavy You can easily construct the outside hood which bouses the signal arms Then find the center A Bore a hole In each Procure a thin round Iron roU the Ildltfrod of an old umbrella II good jto tho same length ns the distance ftheIng to left of figure 1 Bore a hole in each tho same dlsiMaca from the end of broad parts large enough to Insert the rod Into so the arms will revolve easily upon It Nail a strip of lead along the edge of each signal arm this U to weight It so that It will drop readily piece them In position by Inserting them upon the axelrod and then inserting that In Its place between tho posts at A Pro cure a duplicate axel rod for tho wooden triggers one of which Is much longer than the other See small drawing to left of figure 1 Attach a screw eye to the bottom of each trigger Then bore two large holes through the float shown In dotted lines which must be not less than two Inches wide Bend a strong stiff wire Into the form shown at un fig ure 1 D Is a weight which you will put on when you can determine the amount of weight needed to make the float balance A similar weight should be attached to the other side Find the exact center of tho float Fasten tho float securely In a vise and sot the cylinder In position by driving a dozen long wire nails Into till flout close against the outside of the cylinder i being oarofnl to keep the nail away from the slits and catches Then faston the cylinder in position with the wooden brace as shown In drawing Now to adjust the triggers with Dm cylinder Ono slit li for the big Oak 4 mark and the other on the right Is for the mall fish mek Figures 2 anti 3 The beet way to tux the wire holders OH the OHUMe of the cylinder at those points see figure I U to solder them on Then measure the distance between the screw eye attached to the triggers on the float and the respective points marked on the two stile sad cut two lengths of strong stiff win aturh them to the screw eyes by looplug the end with a pair ot pincers and bend them Into tho form shown In figure a to fix thorn to the wire holders on the cylinder and your fishing semaphore Ii finished U U hardly necessary to explain its action after what has already been said Of course when a fish Is hooked tha catches protruding through slits press f downward until one strikes the topmost wire end In position on the wire holder across the outside of the silt This pressure is kept up and the protruding catch pulls the wire with It as It travel downward which action being instantly communicated with the trigger at tached to the signal arm marked email fish releases the ilgnal nrm which drops of its weight from the hood die playing its signal plainly but If hooked fish Is a big one it will theIstrength enough to pull the far enough to release the other wire wllbIthe other catch In the second slit which releases the big fish signal fig ure 6- And supposing you catch a whale Well the size teller Is not exactly = adapted for whale fishing but It will do very nicely for perch and bass By Another Name jEdna had been In the house for Her eral days with a cold She refused ofleat anything much to tho worrr her mother who feared she would become very weak Edna Insisted she was as strong at K ever but later aptly described her con dition by sayings Mother I dont feel one bit weak but my legs feel a little bow leggedy Philadelphia Press h THE PHILIPPINES I Invitations For Proposals For the Construction ot Hallways in the Islands Mattee WAS AUTHORIZED BY CONGRESS Government Agrees to Protect All tile Grantees Atrulntt Ladroucv Imur gents Rebels and Outlaws One Half of One Per Cent From the Cross Earnings Is To Be Paid the Philippine Government- As Taxes Washington Juno 12The war do partment has made public the Invita tons signed by Secretory Tart for pro loials for the construction of railways In tho Philippines under tho act ot congress passed In February for tbnt purpose An elaborate scheme ot transportation In Involved Tho Phil ippine government agrees to protect all grantee against Ladrones Insur gents reboIl und outlaws OnohnK of ono per cent from the gross earn ings Is to be paid the Philippine gov ernment os taxes Tho prospectus cites tho provisions of tho law guar- anteeIng Interest for 30 years at four per rent on tho first lion bonds but It Is provided that not more than 1 200000 shall bo paid In Interest In any ono year aids will bo received only from Individual citizens or partnerships of the United State or of the Philippines or from railroad corporations organ lied and existing under tbo laws of state or tho United States or the Phil ippines THE EIGHT HOUR LAW It Applies To Laborers and Mechanics In Government Employ Washington Juno 9The opinion of Attornoy General Moody regarding the application of tho eight hour law on the Isthmus of Panama was made pub lie Ho holds that tho act of AUguM 1 1892 which limits and restricts to eight hours tho dally service of labor ers and mechanics employed by thee government or by any contractor or subcontractor upon tho public work of the United States applies to the employment of laborers and mechan ics In the construction of the Panama canal That act however does not apply to the once force of tho lath mian canal commission stntoneil on tho Isthmus of Panama or to any of tho employes of the government who aro not within tho ordinary moaning of tho words laborers and mcoban Ics A CHURCH RAFFLE Director of Public Safety of Philadel phia Prohibits It Philadelphia Juno I3The director of public safety prohibited a churou from holding a rams In an effort to ralso funds the Roman Catholic Church of tho Ascension Intended rat ding a house valued at 2500 A complaint was made to tho public safety department on the ground that a rafllo was a gambling proposition and Rev D J Brougham tho rector of tho church was Informed that the rare could not tako place ANOTHER ROYAL MARRIAGE Crown Prince Qustav Adolphus and Princess Margaret Victoria To Wed London Juno 30With the depart Uro of King Alfonso Interest In society circles begins to center on tho coming wedding of Prlnco Qustavus AdolphuR eldest son of Crown Prince Gustav of j Sweden and Norway and Princess Margaret Victoria daughter of tho Duke of Connaught to which unusual attention Is drawn by the present cri sis between Norway and Sweden The wedding guests will begin 16 arrive next week Will Resume Duties of State Queenatown Juno 0 Secretary of State John Hay sailed on the White Star liner Baltic Before sailing Hay said he has recovored his strength and ho Intends to resume his duties Im mediately upon his return to Wash ington Greeks and Bulgarians Fight Salonlca European Turkey Juno 12 In tho fighting at Pantchatln near Vodol on Juno 2 It Is said that the Greeks lost three killed whllo tbo Bul garians lost 28 killed or wounded be sides 17 prisoners who were executed by their captors A Sham Battle Elizabeth N J June DTho battle of Elliabethtown between the Amen can forces under Gen Maxwell and Col Dayton and the British forces In their advance on Springfield In Juno 17SO was repeated In sham fashion gore President of Northwestern University Chicano Juno 13 Abram W Har rte president of Jacob Tome Institute r Fort Deposit Md has been offered the position of president of North h western university and has accepted the call Ho will take charge In tho fall Falls 200 Feet Will Recover Central Col Juno 3Mrs George Sheldon Bmllllo who toll over a preci pice 200 feat high will recover Sho was formerly an artist at Kenosha Wis and camo hero on her wedding tripr OVER THE TRESTLE Special Train Carrying Confeder ate Veterans to the Reunion at Louisville Wrecked THREE KILLED AND 29 INJURED ThoKnglno aid Four Coaches Overturned and Fell to tile llottom of tile Kavliie Accident Was Caused Dy the Engine Striking a Spread Rail While Going at the Rate of Fifty Miles An Hour Albion 111 Juno HThroe persons woro kiltedand 29 Injured in the wreck of an oastbouml passenger train on tho Southern railway at OoMen late 111 Tho train was a Cotton Dolt Special carrying Confederate veterans to tho reunion at Louisville Ky While running at a speed of 60 miles an hour the engine struck a spread rail on a trestle 20 feet high and the engine and four coaches wero overturned and fell to tho bottom of tho ravine Tho engine turned com pletely over The Bond J J Uhles Greenway Ark J D Johnson fireman Prince ton Ind unidentified woman Nearly all of tho Injured are from ArkansasGen Jordan who was seri ously Injured nbout tho chect and arms was In charge of the Second Ar kansas brigade Tho train consisted of three Pull mans and four coaches Injured Taken To Louisville Two of tho sleepers wore derailed but did not go over the trestle Tho most of tho Injured wore taken to 1011 I sIll0 Tho others were taken westward by way of Olney III J J Uhles the only passenger who was killed was a merchant nt Gjpenway Ark It was C ocloCk In before the relief trllln arted here with definite news or i Tho placo where the wrl occurred was 12 miles oast of this place and at a spot difficult to reach by wire Princeton Ind Juno 4Trlllntl hearing ninny of tho Injured arrived hero Others were taken to Louisville and SL Louis The body of Fireman Johnson was brought hero as was En Rancor Grnotz who tho attending phy sicians say can not live CONFEDERATE REUNION Louisville Is Decorated To An Extent Hitherto Unknown IxiulBvtllo Ky Juno 14 Louisville decorated to an extent hitherto un known and smllod on with typical summer weather extended the hand of hospitality to a neverending stream of arriving veterans who have come to Kentucky to attend the 16th annual reunion of the United Confederate Veterans To Tall purposes the reunion Is already In progress although the opening is officially set for Wednes dayTho Virginia and Maryland delega done camo in tho morning and some of tho groat army of Texans arrived during the afternoon Tho Tennessee ans began Arriving In force In tho ev ening followed closely by a detach ment of tho Arkansas veterans The accommodations arranged for the veterans aro on n largo scale and aro believed to bo complete At soy Oral places barracks have been ar ranged for tho accommodation of 1000 veterans and the oltl men will bo fed In buildings nearby- MIDSHIPMAN VERTREES Was Drowned While Bathing Off Hacketts Point Annapolis Md June HA wireless message was received at tho naval academy from Commander C J Badg er of tho U S S Newark conveying news of tho death by drowning of Midshipman L L Vortrees of tho second clasa The Newark Is one of the vessels now engaged In the army nnvy Joint exorcIses and was at an chor off HncUott8 Point when young Vortrees with a number of other mid shipmen went swimming Young Von trees was 19 years of ago and a son Of W J Vertrees of Bushnell III TO THE CONSCIENCEFUND- Sum of 1924 Returned To the Treas ury By a Pensioner Washington June 14 Commission er of Pensions Warner received a con trlbutlon of 1924 to tho conscience fund of tho treasury It came from a pensioner and represented the sum total of tho pension money drawn from him since tho civil war The Identity of tho pensioner Is withheld The rea son for refunding the money and do dining to accept moro is that the pen sioner has not earned and does not deserve n pension Death of Col William Colville Minneapolis Minn Juno 14Col William Colvlllo of Rqd Wing Minn who led tho famous charge of the First Minnesota regiment at the battlo of Gettysburg was found dead In bed at tho Minnesota soldiers home this city Prince of Hungary Dead Vienna Juno 14 Joseph Charles Louis nrchduko of Austria and royal prince of Hungary died aged 72 Ho had always been known as tho Hun- garIan Archduke and was deeply loved by tho Hungarian MODIO l IHH+I H I I I 1 I HHJ The Home JBHiriB LESTER BILL Editor HHH HIHHHHIHHH Birds Rests There are almost as many kinds of birds nents as thoro aro houses and like houses they aro largo or small pretty or ugly neat as they can be or straggling and untidy 1 told you the other day about tho pretty nest tout tho hummingbird builds One species of the virco of which there are a great many varieties sunken almost as beautiful nest as tho humming respestItgreen lichens so that it cannot be found I once saw n ireos nest that had been fastened into a forked twig whore it was made secure First the bird covered the whole outside with cobwebs tjieii to these webs it had at tacked tho lichens making a rough surface that looked like a mossy knot on n bough just as tho hummingbird does The song sparrow and many other kinds of native sparrows make their siesta almost altogether out of horse hair which they gather up in tho roads and in tho fields whero tho bourses graze Tho bluojay with its fine plumage snakes n very slovenly nest It chooses tho fork of n tree and piles in the building material in hue most careless i manner just dumping it down nppar ently without nay thought about it For this reason n jays nest is easy to find for there usually flutters from it a collection of strings and bitaof rag The dove is also careless about her steal gelling together n few sticks which nro placed in haphazard fashion and which cannot lie very comfortable for tho brooding mother The dovo very often seleels tho honey locust for her nesting place probably because till long sharp thorns aro protection against tho hawks and jays Tho eagle chooses tho very top of a Inll tree and makes its nest of twigs and sticks out of reach of the hunters If tho treo grows upon a mountain or in statue lonely outoftile way slot I the mother eagle is all tho more con tent Tho little wrest tho very opposite of tie wild fierce eagle loves to live close to the homo of men like tho oronceputalargeof wrens discovered it and moved in nt once They wore very busy getting tho stoat to suit them gathering mate rial and then throwing away But at list they wore satisfied and the brood was hatched nod fledged They came year after year and finally their kind landlord made a little porch to the gourd house which they seemed to ap preemie very much sitting on it and preening their feathers or resting as I hey flour back and forth with food for their hungry young ones Tho wrens verybulkyybeautifully lined with the softest downy feathers When I was a little girl I could climb almost any tree much preferringboys pastimes to playing with dolls Even then I loved to watch the birds and find whero they lived One dangerous adventure was climbing tall dead tree to see tho nest of a redheaded wood locker I had noticed tho old birds lying in and out of the hole very near the top of the tree with rood for their babies The treo was quito dead and tho remaining boughs were brittle and decayed But by stopping carefully and catching close to where they grew from the trunk of the tree I managed not to fall and I reached tho wood peckers nest which was well worth the trouble it had cost to see it A goalnpacohind been smoothly hollow ed out in tho spongy rotten woodnnd hero the young birds lay tho nicest possible sort of a bed I was very care fad not to touch then or put my hand into tho hole Tho orioles nest is a little hammock made of hair and grass and interwoven very often with long pieces of string I have seen them literally tied to the bough whero they hung in tho sum mer wind with long pieces of cotton twine wound round and round the branch The mynah is a saucy bird that is steels everywhere in central and south ern India It has been brought to tho Hawaiian islands Scores of them may bo seen walking about the lawns nUll treelThovermin withwhich tho animals are in fested and theirultoutious do not scorn to give any annoyance except possibly to tho insects for which they are look lug I have 8eenlhrec tit Min1a sitting on the bacl of ono patient cow which was almost an abuse of hospitality Tho mynahs build us untidy nests as the jays Besides this they nro great thieves and will weave into them anything that happens to take their fancy and they are able to steal A bit of rib bon a scrap of lace or bright paper is especially pleasing and they think it n great improvement common grass and sticks Once a mynahs nest was blown down out of a palm two and n little girlwho ran out to look nt it found among the ruins a very rare and valu able postage stamp The bird had found it where tho owner hud careless ly left it and concluded to do a little collecting himself No doubt ho painted out the stolen postage stamp to his friends with great pride and was very much envied for birds in many of their ways aro much like people ns wo discover if we watch them itiI I1t 11i 3t lF41tII1H- lFThei School a bORg WIRT 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Pressing a specialty Work guaranteed I 1Kale W A Williams Street Berea ETA A C F Hanson LICENSED EMBALMER UNDERTAKERIl irJSuccessor to B R Robinson r AH calls promptly attended to night r ad ay Telephone No4 Berea Ky I p W M TANKERSLEY I Watches Clocks and I It Jewelry repaired and Cleaned Satisfac guaranteedjmy l- j will do the work over free of chargo J3ICKNELL EARLYS STORE oJBEDE KXNTCCKT n PA JONES AS FISHERMAN One of the Infallible Signs That the Glad Springtime Is Really at Hand Madam cried Pa Jones In a ful voice after making a tour of wrathI lar In which lie ripped except the gas meter eays the Philadel phia Telegraph what have you with the spade Have you doneI given It to one of your poor Smith fives or did you send It down church fair to be chanced off for the benefit of the Foreign Missionary BOo ciety What Jo you want with the spado asked Ma as she calmly gazed at the agitated Henry Why I want to use It to play Parsl fal on the piano to be sure replied Pa snappishly I want It to serve the strawberries and cream for dinner 1 want It to tighten the second band on my watch What else would you usa It for madam What else is a spade good for 1 1 thought perhaps you wanted to dig with It returned the unperturbed Ma and yet I might have known better considering how ambitious you are when It comes to real work Well I am going to dig with It Mrs Jones If you must know growled the Impatient Pa I am going to dig worms with 1U Do you What in the world do you want with worms interposed Ma in a tone of flurVrlse There you go again madam barked the esteemed Henry You are certain ly the limit for asking Idiotic questions One might think you were conducting a civil service examination What would I want with worms Do you think I am going to use them for a microbe demonstration Do you think I intend to bleach them and sell them to the bash houses for spaghetti No angel wife I am going fishing and I want those worms for bait Well for mercys sake lIen Jones exclaimed Ma what does an old parrot like you know about fishing I dont be lieve you could tell the difference be tween a bunco sucker and a Jonahfed whale I dont believe Mrs Jones was the indignant reply of Pa I want you 19 distinctly un derstand that I know all about fishing 1 am not only a direct descendant of the famous fishermen of Galilee but Izaak Walton used to be a distant relative on mygrandfathers side and Grover Cleve land is my old pal Where is that spadeIt is out in the shed where you left It last summer when you were using It for an Ice pick replied Ma Take hold of my hand and I wlil lead you to it It you are so helpless Then come out in the bade yard and I will dig the worms for you Now dont get flippant Mrs Jones said Pa as he started for the shed you will be glad enough to eat the fish Whoa I catch them I dont think you will get a whole lot was Mas doubtful rejoinder un less you can catch them with a line of talkA few minutes later Pa Jones was digging dirt to beat the steam scoops but things didnt seem to be coming his way for after a half hourr work lie dls appolntedly dropped his shovel and mopped his brow SNAKES AS PLAYFELLOWS DIg Btpiiles Are Fondled and Chased About by Children in Australia Children and snakes appear to ge- tas well together In Australia A writer JD Chambers Magazine who lives in Sydney says he has never heard in the bush of a snake biting a child nor do the children show any fear of snakes The bigger the snake the greater the joy In getting near to it and the stronger the desire to lay with It The snakes bright eyes and sinuous motion probably charm And snakes even the most vicious respect the confidence At Koondrook a little settlement in Victoria a woman heard her child 18 months old laughing as- If she was having great fun The child was supposed to be asleep In bed The mother went to the room and found the child scrambling over the bed after something she could not see That happened several times Once bow- ever the mother went In suddenly and heard something drop oft the bed Looking hurriedly under the bed she distinctly saw a large snake that turned upon her with evident Intention- to right When the husband came home he pulled up the board of the floor but there was no sign of the snake Next day however snake antI child were discovered lying together on the floor the child asleep and the snake appar ently so That night the husband trIed- a plan He placed a candle on the door alongside the child and asked his wife to play a slow air on the harmon- Ium Movements of the snake could be heard but the rustle was all he vouchsafed Next night the child was similarly posted and the mother tried the effect of working her sewing ma chine The sound was too tempting The snake wriggled to the child with alacrity and was promptly dispatched- by the father It was a tigersnake nearly five feet In length and when tilled was fondled by tho child as an old acquaintance Difficult Problem Mrs CallerWhat Is your husband doing now Mrs Shiftless Hes got a mathemat Jcal job at present- Mathematical Job Yes Hes trying to figure out someway to live without wo kinE hJ- cago Dally News tnittrntr tit Cllr gravel Jlitr11t of lEJutraitmt ou Jrnfr111iinus By MRS KATE GANNETT WELLS Member Msnachu etU Stile hard or Education I DOUBT whether it is the present so much as the past system ofeducation that has overcrowded the professions for it takes at least a generation and a half to effect visible changes Formerly it is said a country doctor could calculate on a thousand patients as his quota Now he is lucky if he has zoo fhe ratio of lawyers to tile population has Changrdeven more This overplus has been fostered by the Overweening desire to go to college as the fitting climax of education and by the notion that college should be cor related with rather than independent of secondary schook e Of available ministers however there Bre not enough to go round imt that dearth is due in part to there now being so many philanthro pits To the three timehonored professions of law medicine and the pulpit should be added that of teaching in which the supply is always over full and is likely to be as long as advance from kindergartens to normal schools and colleges is a matter of diplomas rather than of persona fitness But with the exception of teachers the overcrowding of professions is also dttc to courses offered outside of the public school or collegiate systems Y M C associations and other voluntary organi zations offer courses and certificates which fit at lent for later state examinations and which add to the number of thote going in for them from professional schools Another prolific source overcrowding is American ambition to get on to be somebody to reckon that a humble profession opens the doors of society more titan a worthy business career Thus is it that many persons are content with salaries or incomes which they would decline in business Better theysay to be a school principal on 2300 than a floor walker or manager of a mercantile establishment on 5000 It takes selfrespect to renmiu unrecognized Social prestige is enviable and those who have it not fancy that if they are professiofiiil they can obtain social advantages which otherwise would be denied them unless they were millionaires Yet there is a steady overflow from professional to business ranks To say that ministers constantly become insurance agents doctors man agers and lawyers bankers is a truism The reason thereof is to be found in the growing feeling that as education takes in the whole scope of life mercantile careers trades industries agriculture manufactures are seen to be but extensions of the present term profession because- the presentsystem of education has demonstrated the application ofsci lice to every department of activity The teacher of drawing must also be a pattern maker a worker in sloyd The girl normal student must also know how to cook and sew The names mechanics high art and house hold arts schools are tributes to this application of art to unprofessional living The whole trend of to days American education is distinctly indus trial as technical education expands into professional Textile and trade schools arc multiplying under state auspices and industrial courses arc being added to high school curriculums Even little children are taught gardening mat and unmraock making etc Bookkeeping and artisan work in public schools is more common now than Latin or Frenchas branches of study Still the present system of education lugs to bear many ills for which it is not responsible It is the present method administering that system which is so grievously at fault But objective treatment of subjects and the bringing of anhnnl vegetable anti mineral life into the schoolroom is putting new vigor into school life and science not the classics is making nature teach the pupils As we more and more recognize the truth that general education fortified by special education is needed for any kind of success from a clerkship to a judgeship there will be less overcrowding of a few present professions while the many branches of what is now called labor will become professional The present system of education throughnature study and laboratory methods is helping to work the miracle of there being a niche for everybody and of every one being in his place wrur Mtsstmt of 11t 3Kuhrr3ar1rf By MISS LALIAM B PINGREE Orfinlzer of Bo lon Public ndentorteI The question might more properly have been asked before the of the kindergarten into the public school system The kin dergarten is designed to supply that necessary link between the home and the school which was once lacking When children were sent directly from the hone to the school it is probable that many children began school work at too early aiv Now how ever there is the kindergarten to prepare your child for those tasks which it will have to take up in the primary school The kindergarten provides for the general training of the childs powers rather than for the teaching of specific subjects It is a school of experience and not of definite achievement It aims to open the childs nature and to place him in the right attitude toward those aspects of the world which shall ater on constitute the subjects of his studyIt has been said that there Is risk of subjecting the very young child to physical strain This criticism undoubtedly refers lo rending or other exercises which require close attention and not to the simple nod varied work and play carried on in the kindergarten Work and play song and story call out the sympathies of the child and aim to form habits which constitute the bates of character The connection between the kindergarten and the primary school is very important It has been found in the primary school that the pupils from the kindergarten are in number form color language and manu training far in advance of the pupils who have never attended school beforeThe value of the kindergarten instruction is proved by the testi mony of teachers who state that children who come from the kinder garten have better powers of observation expression and concentration are more attentive alert intelligent and accurate haveclearerideas great imagination better reasoning powers are more original and speak bet ter iiglishwhile at the same time they arc more obedient selfreliant honest generous truthful courageous orderly unselfish and industrious It is to be noted also that they arc more polite in their manners and physically much better in every w- ayIT introduction DOWN IN PELEES CRATER Perilous Descent of Martinique Abbe Into the Volcanos Mouth My companion much more In trepid than I stepped on the edge of the crater examined the ground and said with admirable assurance Hero Is where we must go down Without giving me time to offer the least ob- Jection ho put the knoHed end ol the rope Into the hands of Latour and my self threw the rest of the rope Into the crater and began to descend Thus writes the Abba J Yvon of Martinique describing a descent he and Franz Heufrand made Into the crater of Mount Pelco October 21 of last year reports the Chicago Dally News Their feut was the first of the kind since the great eruption of May 1002 The abbe tells of the fear that seized him when his companion slid over the edge and how leaving their one attendant Latour to hold the rope ho himself made the dangerous trip Into the volcano mouth This first descent how ever was only a matter of 30 or 40 teat but after it there remained a quarter of an hours hard scrambling over sharp rocks before the craters floor far below s cached Thus wo a rvcd ho says at the bottom of the vafie It tho haze of the dome which fllUt mptely the av enue of commuit allon with the In terior of the earth It is an error to suppose that there Is a great hole from which lava and gases have come out At present there Is a tremendous cork of amloalte an eruptive rock which in callfd the dome and which must have a diameter of 800 meters 2COO feet and a height of 400 meters 1300 feet On all sides of the dome there are fumaroles smoke holes some ol which throw ut a reddish smoke others discharge whitish vapors and still others are surrounded with a car pot of sulphur It Is extremely dan gorous to remain there on account of the avalanches which are now very frequent Probably not two minutes pass without ones occurring We were just quitting the vicinity of the fumarole when a rather thlek cloud Invaded the crater and prevent ed our seeing We could no longer pereolve the courses of the tivalancbcs It was very disquieting for each mo ment we thought that they were com Inc upon us It was very necessary to leave she spot where we were The Immense blocks which descended from the summit sometimes strwck and broke oft other blocks There were on all aides discharges of stones like the explosions of shells accompanied with troublesome clouds of hot dust A perilous climb from the crater and then a dlscylng crawl atonic a narrow lip of rook between tie crater on one Me and the abyss of Prechnur ca the other led the explorers back to safety ENTERING THE ROYAL NAVY Unexpectedly Easy for a Young Man Who Joined Some Fifty Years Ago The contrast between entering the English navy CO years ago and now la amusingly described by Admiral Frecmwitle In The Navy as I Have Known It Notice of his appointment reached him In rather a striking man ner while he was at school a boy of 13 says Youths Companion The master In charge had gone out of the room and a friend opposite sit ting near the door took advantage of his absence to throw a book at me a compliment which I naturally re turned Just at this moment the muter reentered the room and It unlucki ly struck him lightly on the head Ho Immediately disappeared When therefore a moment later I was told that the head master wanted to sceone I naturally thought that I was In for It and 1 wis much astonished at be- Ing met at the entrance of the longs room where we dined by the head mater who said 1 salute you as a member of the royal navy I scarcely knew what to make of this somewhat stilted announcement- of my now dignity but It tiemed that I had suddenly become an Important person My uncle took me to Woolwich the next day and when In the train asked me if I was prepared to pass my ex initiation This was a surprise tome as I had not before heard the question of examination mentioned as t told rny uncle when the following conversation took place Well what have you beD doing at school Oh Virgil and n little Horace Xcnophons Anabasis and to on This did not seem to be near enough all my oncle looked gratv but seeing my somewhat troubled took he soon added Well I dont think youll be asked much of that What lave you done it mathematics So I began again Fractions decimals so many books of Euclid Algebra as fnr ns quadratic equations and then I stopped Again my uncle sold Well I dont think theyll ask you much of that and then added Canyon do the rule of three and can you write English from dictation To which I replied that I thought I could and k promptly relieved my mind by saying Well Eddy I think youll pass Popularity Dolls Waning Dolls are said to be losing their pop ularity as plaything and one writer explains this by stating that formerly dolls were sold undressed and It was part of the pleasure of the little girls to dross them Now they aro bought already attired In the latest style and the children after laying with them short time throw them aside IIJ A BARROOM SERMON U A Far Southwestern Incident In Which the Parson and His Cowbty Friends Figured Twenty years OHO Los Cerrllhll N M was a place of perhaps 600 Inhabitants most of whom were Ignorant of even the most fundamental facts of religion and the civilisation of the far east Thlfhtr to his first charge went a young miDI ter young but big and brawny says i ll Kansas City Times lie proved to bf the right sort of a man to win the confluence and respnot of the rough community and his church prospered A year later ht was removed to Was rous 100 mitts away and visited Iue Cerrlllos only OR a month to prracn One rough right when a nteittnganow was coming down in heavy mesa he waited at the station for a train to Wal rous The train was very lc I brie was no operator at the utain i aid no place for warmth but the wiluons Only the wind ash the shBlteriMn enyuim knew where the train was Titr mini ter walked up and down the street ahh Bring Once as be passed a alooe t n- proprietor11111saw hunt Come IB and set warm pa u lit called 1 cant lltll you know wltv replied the minister Yes I ksaw bat thftysfctu t boiler you You come right In anii rn ex them He grasped the wlnWcr h1 the arm and led him Into a big room when a UI 40 cowboys and miners wor urfsklRK 1111 rapped loudly on the kn Follera he caM the parsons liMi Jout by his train what aint came liB hes no plaee to HO but this hero gin plate an poker parlor Hell att won us suit swap ynrnathe right tart ytui unJn stand but tberU urn no drlHli voM over this tor and no raids tttaywl till I train eamfw along Heso rf it 1hs parson gentlemen There was not a protest frotc a mm The JTOHBC mlnlMsr was ae oaJBUd wi most of then and NOR nape frlrni with the others They takef k Jr naydlrt RMtbods of drllHBB neeta to break broMD liniments for ftculini INMbot wouato till qualltf of variou risks of firearms the ltuPira ily veracity of tb M stean an t the Indian Finally one of tie tu punchers asked the guest to make a IIte tapes the subject of his profession OUilly he rousted fie of the eard tatraabd in their own nteiuriwqtM eta is e as hr bad learned It from theta mtfctra r tbs Martyr of Calvary apt tl CIOIft pall sonaU Patter AS hispoke tJytarrw away their dears sad rawoied their bats Not a sound fMapsd them The were on their honor sad would have hamlM rmtgbly any mna who lIaM the parson a dlcourMy The mlnlMer afterward casifMHWd I bar he never apes a more profitable hour himself or a more eajeynWe one or UD In which pnrff aril fDjuInt M md to bo sore eoMpletely tntwsL Wh H the whistle of his train was heats the congregation was lustily singing a hymn Youibs Compaalon TilE GOOD RESOLUTION It does no good to make good resolu tions nlM we keep them PPOQnESS OF REFORM A great many people have couslesnos that it would retjalrc an alarm clock to wake up God alone linows how much Heaven loses when a young man lakes his drat drink American Roma A bill for state control of the liquor business has been killed In the legislature of West Virginia During August 2495 persons were sent to prison from Glasgow for minor and major crimes Glasgow In the city where munlclpallxatlon Is said to have settled the liquor problem Doth chambers of the Swedish rlksilag and tho ecclesiastical council have ex pressed thenihelvea against the sale of liquor nt the army barracks and camps and so the traffic must be stopped Dr Albert Ilrunner In his annual re port of the patients received in 1902 at the hospitals for tuberculosis at Trieste Italy makes this statement Of MGII patients received during the year 871 wcrejnebrlaten 133 moderate drinkers and only two total abstainers No Drinking Miners Wanted It is reported from lotlvllleIalthat In order to reduce the danger of no cadent In the anthracite mines to a min Imumand to assure steadier work by the men the officials of district No S will hereafter discharge all minors who bo come Incoiiipstent by reason of dniifc The decision Is particularly intfrnltng because It was suggested by the em uloyes thdmlelves nunnDIRT ROADMAKING LESSON u Mloeourl Man Tells of Making Earth Thoroughfares at Farmers Institute At the State Farmers Institute held at Columbus 0 In January 1904 Mr D W King of MUsourl told of his method of making earth roads Tho talks ho gave there were printed In the annual report for that year and the substance of them together with his Illustrations was given In the Ohio Farmer Issue of April 2 1901 The simplicity of Ilia method made many hesitate to give It serious con aldoratlon He succeeded however In getting about 80 farmers to promise to give It a trial In Ohio How well this promise has been kept no one can ray Mr Horatio Markley of Morrow county 0 while not one of the 80 made a drag after the King plan al though differing front It In being made of timbers Instead of a log and used It on the road In front of his place with marked success The entire length of the treated road was smooth and free front ruts 1 I ItRAflY JIADK ROAD UCrtAIRIl while the untreated portions of the name road as well as many other earth roads of the county iCHigh and rutty as to make It ImposI sible to drive over them faster than a walk The soil lit that part of the county Is a clay loam or In some places nearly pure day Our Illustration Dhows the drag Mr Markley used on this road The tim bore art Mix Inches square and abptt nine foot long The lower rear olio of each timber Is beveled The back timber to shod with a strip of Iron and where the road to hard the front timber should be shod also Mr Mark ley does not claim that this drag An Improvement over the King drag Mr does he think It could not be Im moved upon Ho realises that It Is not so Important that the drag be nude just so as It Is that some similar topi be made and used The length of tbw road which Mr Markley treated last season was n IU tf less than a halfmile Aa It was quite rough to begin with it required more work last year than It will this At first two rounds were made each time but as the road became smooth tr one round was usually all that WAS necessary During 1901 the road was dragged not over 12 times and tills season It has received four treatments up to April first It takes about an hour and a half 10 go over the road twice thus the cost of keeping this hulfwlle of road In good condition the year round can GAily be figured outThere has got been a year previous to the last In the ten years since Mr Markley Nan lived on this farm when the gross at the sides of the road has not been cut up badly by T hides bung driven on It during lle muddy season Last year owing to the good condition of the road no teams wore driven on the sod at any time during the year although It was unusually wet during the spring and early part of the summer The supervisor pee agreed to give credit for time spent In If dragging the road and Mr Mnrkloa f success has prompted several of bL neighbors to follow his example iii road iraklng E Some of the advantages of thla over the j100 road scraper are dragI t the cheapness of construction every farmer can own one second the fact that but one man and one team are needed to operate It therefore the roads can be gone over moro frequent ly and more nearly at the proper time and third the roads may be worked when very wet and thus at a time when It will Interfere the least with the regular farm work It must be borne In mind however that this method of road making is not adapted to all kinds of soils From present knowledge It seems to be best adapt ed to clayey and least to sandy soils rho best way to determine where It can bo used successfully Is to give It a trial There can bo but little loss In any case and there may be consider able galnC W Wald Ohio Experiment Station Waytio County O Deformed Eggs Never set a deformed or Illshaped egg It Is a waste of Uma Select the bestshaped eggs and bo sure that they ara from strong vigorous stock Com mercial Ioultry In Trimming n Tree In trimming trees It should be remembered that the wound made by cutting ort a limb clooe to the trunk a of A tree will soon heal over while the wound made by cutting off the U limb two or more Inches from the i trunk loads to decay and sometimes r caussa the ultimate loss of the tree It4jult Keep Careful Record Keeping a careful record of the per formances of ach colony ts this foun dation of buliltDg up an atJary that Is to bring in the best return CROSSBREEDING CORN Becomes Possible to Base Subsequent Seed Selection If Plant- I Measured In the row system of corn breeding In which each HiId row is planted with seed from ft separate ear the performance record of the plants from each Individual seed ear can bo ob served and accurately measured and It thus becomes poRnlble to base our subsequent seed selection upon the per formon co record of the progeny from Individual mother ears In this system of planting we not only have the usual possibility of corn being selfpollinated but we have an uuusual possibility of considerable corn being closepollinated In self pollination the pollen from a given tassel falls upon the silk of the same plant In clonepollination the pollen from a given plant falls upon the silk of another plant In the fame row both of which grew from seed from the same mother car In cross polilnation the pollen from the tassel of one plant falls upon the silk of another plant In a different field row which grew from seed from a different mother ear Dccaucs of the wellknown princi pIp established by the Investigation of Darwin and others that Injurious R eU are produced from the sclfpol llnatlon of plants which are naturally cro spolnated many Investigators have conducted miscellaneous lotas eellng experiments In corn growing during the put 20 years or more The plan commonly followed has been to Manuel alternate rows In an ordi nary corn field and to compare the yields of the tasseled and delasseled rows The combined data from all such experiments point to no marked effect produced by detansellng In tho Investigations which we have carried on at the Illinois rtatlon dur- Ing the past four years says Prof Cyril Q Hopkins of the University 01 Illinois In Farmers Review we bars systematically dctasseled the even numbered rows n breeding plots aM have then continually planted tI oven numbered rows with seeds rrfect ed front the best dotasaolcd rota ant have planted the oddnumb r town with seeds selected from tlt highest yielding tasseled rows For three years this system has been practiced on two large breeding plots contain ing 44 Held row In tack plot the two rows being condjetuS entirely in dependent of each f trr The system In each of these pofs U really a double system oni tot of 22 rows being conducted without dotascellng In all respects like ni Independent breed ing plot of S2 raw tho seeds being saved each year from the ten highest yielding rows Rot alternating with these InwoJcd rows were detaweled rows of corn which however could rr ert no Influence upon the breeding of the tasseled rows On the other hamt the 32 tletawcleM rows are necearurtly crow broil each year although It should be horse It mind that the pollen for those detas soled rows was always furnished bl the 22 tasseled rows which are them selves becoming more or less In bred If benefits are pfoduc1 from this Im perfect system of crossbreeding which we were compelled to adopt in order to obtain comparative data from alternating rows In tho same field It seems probable that even greater ben cut will result from a practical rom icsrclal system which we have now adopted In which the teed for lion sire and dam Is crossbred USE FOR CASTOFF AXES In Loading and Unloading Ties from Truck Old Instruments Nay Ba of Service Cast off axes can be made useful an shown In the cut The best use of thin tool Is for loading and unloading ties off a truck says the Farm anJ Hots It ulll save n lot if heavy lift AsightsInk It into u tie The part a sown by dotted unu tw cut out while port b Is hammerrj out DM pointed to mike the part c t am a blacksmith and made 25 of thm useful improvements last winter 11 TT wv i K HELPFUL HINTS Stock turned on tin early pastures need salt frequently A sow should never huvo pigs before she Is one year old Sheep fed highly on con often shed their fleeces In winter Our fowls would suffer rcre they presented with the tame unvarying mess day after day The Incubator Is a great help In raising early chickens as often ono cannot get the hens to set at the prop er time On feeding fowls the best rule to go Is n balanced ration This means that the hen should be fed just what Is neededA shed Is always a help to the poultry as the birds hep active oven when they have to be kept In out of the storms Ideal Qrnln for Horses Clean plump unground oats make the ideal grain for horses that are do Ing severe and continuous service Ground feeds are ordinarily eaten too rapidly and In consequence are nQt fully mixed with the salivary jhlcci which have such an Important part In rapid cud complete digestion Midland Farmer The Unprofitable Queen A queen that is not profitable to the beekeeper should be replaced by a better one It is time and moneyJoit to keep inferior queens Will Need Them Russia has decided to have a number of flrstcla s battleships built In Ameri can shipyards I ho details of construction remaining to be worked out In addi tion to those built In this country It le probable that a yard will be constructed at a Baltic port to bo manned by Rus sian workmen but under American engineering and mechanical supervision Hard on Debtors At Kolln In Saxony persons who tall to pay their taxes each year have their names published In a list which hangs tip In all restaurants and sa loons of the city Those who are on the list must not bo supplied with either meat or drink at these places under penalty of loss of license Fortunate Scribe It may be remarked thnLJheraro comparatively few newspaetrmen who pay r0000 for house rent In a lifetime and yet that Is the sum Ambassador Whltelaw Rled Is asked to pay for a single years occupancy of the ambas sadorial home In London Bank by Post Inhabitants of the rural districts of France may now obtain from the post men on their rounds postal orders etc tad may hand them money for deposit In the savings banks thus avoiding the trouble of going to the nearest post of lice for th so purposes Japanese Fashion Leaders In Vienna two Japanese ladles wife and daughter of the Japanese minister are fashion leaders and at n recent court ball there wore white chrysanthe mums on pink and white Japanese crape with white flowers In their dark hair Pathetic Conundrum Al Do Mustard Your wifes costume tonight Is charming It simply beggars doscrpltlon Justin de Bunch And that reminds me of a conundrum why am I like a description 101110 State Journal Hangman In Great Britain Technically any Inhabitant of the United Kingdom Is liable to bo called up on to undertake the uncongenial task of hangman The salary Is oC1 sterling a week M a retaining fee and 42 sterling after an execution Would Do for an Excuse SiteIs there any Insanity In the Snobbs family a lieNo 11s too bad there Isnt It would give them a legitimate excuse for some of their actions Detroit Free Prone Longevity of Horses Civilisation doOR not tend to the horses longevity In the wild state he lives to be 80 or 40 years old while the domestic horse Is old at 35 years Sudden Fall After working years to gain the kind of a reputation some men rlbhtI possible to get the wrong klii ten minutes Chicago Tribune Costly College History The history of tho last ten years of the University of Chicagou life Is be ing prepared and printed at colt of JGOOOO Bound to Rule The woman who feels that she was born to command generally succeeds In getting a husband N Y Times Floating Sand Islands of floating mimTare some times seen In the lllvcr Ilano la Texas MARKET REPORT- Cincinnati June 10 CATTl BCommon U 25 tI 4 26 Heavy steers 5 50 5 65 CALVES Extra Q 625 HOQS Ch packers 6 3TH 3 5 45 Mixed packers 6 30 Q 5 35 SHEEP Extra 4 00 0 4 15 LAMBS Spring 7 50 C 7 60 FLOtR Spring pat 6 00 6 35 WHEAT No 2 red 1 03 f 1 05 No 3 red 94 to 8- COHNNo2 mixed uJV CC No 2 white i O SGI- yLYENo 2 El 83 OATSNo Z mixed 1 3- 2lIAiChi timothy 61176- PORKClear mess t14 05 LARD Steam Oa G 70 BUTTER Ch dairy 13 Choice creamery 11 224 APPLES Choice 6 2 50 POTATOESPer bbl 1 25 1 35 TOBACCO New 6 00 CJ13 00 Old 4 50 cr1476 ChicagorFIOUR Winter oat 5 10 O 5 20 WHEAT No t red 99 i 1 00 No 3 red 1 00 1 O- GCOliNNo2 mixed ti 63 4 OATSNo2 mixed 31y- ILYENo 2 8 79 PORKMess 12 60 12 55 LARD Steam 7 12 fc 8 7 16 New York FLOUR Win strts 4 CO jo 4 C5 WHEAT No 2 red f1 1 0- COnNNo2 mixed 59 I- OATSNo2 mlxou 3b FI 3bVs RYE Western Q 82 PORKFamily 13 374FD13 871h LARD Steam 7 15 lnI 7 30 Baltimore Wm ATNo 2 red 97 46 9- 7COnNNo2 mixed 1 58 CATTLE Steers 4 00 ltP 4 50 SHEEP No 1 3 00 Fla 3 50 Louisville WIJEAT No 2 red 0 1 00 CORN No 3 mixed t1 56 OATSNo 2 mixed 35- PORKMess 11 00 LARD Steam C 50 Indianapolis VHEATNo 2 red lu 1 00 CORN Nt 2 mixed 03OATSNO 2 mixca G 30 i thobestCOLLARS TEAM HARNESS BUGGY HARNESS AND ANYTHING CaUlandto buy T J MOBERLEY Richmond Kentucky Sa R BAKER Dentist OrnCF oct rriattet Office BEREA KY Office hours from 8 to 4 Teeth titrttud wlttout rainSomnofo- rmeTOMBSTONES and MONUMENTS Owing to poor Irallh I am forced to close out my entire stock to quit business I haTe 25 sets of the finest Vermont Marble end granite Tomb stones and Monuments which I will Bell at greatly reduced prices Here is your oppor tunity to get au extra good bargain Orders will be fill ed promptly Write or call for designs and prices Berea Monumental Works S McGUIRE Prop Berea Ky having rembved heY DRESSMAKING- Over HILL b GABBARDS Store Will be pleased to have Ladies call and Evening and Commencementdresses GrjBlU sad Marble Work of all Rinds done in a- workrnantike manner at yea onable prices and with dispatch Allwork guilt totoed b- yGOLDEN FLORA RICHMOND Ky tbteet fir Ulnud rlllnllitHU er The Childrens Favorite For Coughs Croup Whooping Cough etc One Minute Cough Cure Is the childrens favorite This Is because it contains no opiate Is perfectly harmless tastes good and cures Sold by Porter Drug Co To Citizens of Berea and Vicinity My shop is the most complete and up to date in this Stele for doing all kinds of WATCH and CLOCK WORK JEWELRY REPAIRINO Etc I do work for most prominent people of Berea and vicinity expressillsbargoe paid one way 1s G FRANKLIN ti Mt Vernon Ky- RereaeKpe Eiitnk of but VerQQQ Berea College Founded 1855 PLACES THE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OF ALL Over 40 Teachers and 900 Students from 26 States Largest College Library In Kentucky NO SALOONS Applied ScienceTwo years Course with agriculture for young men end Domestic Science for young Ladies Trade Schools Carpenlry Printing Housework Nursing two years couutICertiflcnteAcademy CourseFour years fitting for College for business and for lifeCollege Courses Literary Scientific Classical leading to Baccalaur nto degrees Music Choral free Reed Organ Vocal Piano Theory We are hero to help all who will help themselves toward n Christina education Our instruction is a free gift Students pay a small incident al fee to meet expenses of the school apart from instruction and must also of 11 weeks 2425 Fall term opens September 14 Congregationlists rOn INFORMATION AND FRIENDLY ADVICE ADDRESS THE SECRETARY WILL C GAMBLE u Berea Madison County Ky4 Madison County Roller Mills ttftlolltlaIoIItJ Manufacturers Fancy Roller Flour Cora McatShip Stuffs Crushed Corn Etc Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor will be hard to beat PRIDE OF MADISON is another Excellent Flours HMM i4I Potts Duerson Vkltu Sutloa KT I I It KodolMrs jO1UMENTS6Nrn maybbrought DYSPEPSIA CURE DIGESTS WHAT YOU EATTae 4 100 both contains 4 Hmisth Mil site which calla tor SO mil rXirARID ONLY AT Till UlOIATOIY O- rE C DeWITT Cc COMPANY CHICAGO ILL NASHVILLE Time Table In Effect Maya 1905 Going North Train 4 Bally Leave Berea SaOa m Arrive Richmond4Iii a m Arrive Paris 5 28 a m- ArrireCineinnati750 a m Going North Train 2 Dally Leave Berea 132 p m pmArriveArrive Cincinnati 610 p m Going South Train 3 Dally Leave itaroa 111 p m Arrive Knoxville810 p m Going South Train f Dally Leave Borea1217 a m Arrive Knoxville 700 a m- KQIIIIMKXT Trains numbers 2 and S carry JlutTi Iarllf car an t nmclics between Cincinnati and Knoxville In both dlrcctlonn Trains iium len 1 unit 4 carry Iullinan Tnllbulfd Sleeping ear snd caclira bctirceu CIncinnati soil Knoi title In toth direction W H BOWER Ticket Agent DR V H HOBSON a Dentist J4 I to lUlIomceRichmond Ky I 1 The Salve That Penetrates DeWltts Witch Hazel Salve pene trates the poros of the skin and by its antiseptic rublfoclent and healing In fluence It subdues Inflammation and cures Bolls Hums Cuts Eczema Tetter Ring Worm and all skin dls eases A specific for blind bleeding Itching and protruding Piles The orig inal and genuine Witoh Hazel Salve le made F O Delttt SyCto lIdsold byport81 Drug CO F Quality vt Quantity Hard muscles and strong body do not depend on the quantity 01 food you eat but on Its perfect digestion and proper assimilation When you take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure your system gets all the nourialuWnt out ot all the food you eat It digests what you eat regardless of the condition of the atom ach and conveys the nutrient proper ties to the blood and tissues This builds up and strengthens the entire system overcomes and cures Indiges tion Dyspepsia Belching Sour Stom ach etc Kodol Dyspepsia Cure for what Is sometimes called America national disease Dyspepsia Is des tined to eventually work a wonderful and lasting benefit to sufferers from this distressing and mind harassing condition Sod by Porter Drug Co LOUISVILLE b ATLANTIC RY CO Time UbU In effect April IB 1905 EAST BOUND Nn1 Nn I No a Vcrullln 1015 a m CUp m- NlrlioUivlllo 1100 7IC Valley View 1124 740 Richmond arllii5 810 Richmond IT 12W p m rII a uIrvIne 101 7Ou 210car OarBettytillo tOW Beany ville Jet 300 t0 O WEST HOUND No 2 Nil 4 No Vcnalllcs oftlla m 32 j m Nicholi ville CM i i Valley View 0 2S 110 llMimond IT 6UO 131 last IrvineGa1pm U ja- ncallrvllle u J49 10M A M BeIIille Jct SO 10SJ No laud S laud it mike close connections Nlcliolairllle tonal from Lexington and tintl nail and at VerMlllri to and rum Shelli vlll BeattynlleJunctionlioj addru any local agent or UK SMITH O AgtVerullle Bilious Bill the sleepy head Dearly loved to lay abed Couldnt wake him if you shook bim When his slumbers overtook him Suddenly he started waking Evry morn when day was breaking Whats this magic necromancer EARLY RISERS thats the answer The Famous Little PllX EARLY RISERS euro Constipation Sick Headache Biliousness etc by this tonic effect on the liver They never gripe or sicken but Impart early ris ing energy Good for children or adults Sold by Porter Drug Co THAI GONE FEELING TIRED DULL AND BLUE BACKACHE AND LASSITUDE- We can care it all and mute Ufo bright and taper Writ at once fort ample You will nrurrintIS- DR BCNZ1NGCR UlUmor Mete C I IrA1SO 500 400 300 250 and 225 I l for Men 300 250 and 200 for Boys 200 and 175 for Youths 1- I The reputation of W 1 Douglas shoes for style comfort and wear U known t everywhere throughout the world They han to give better satisfaction than other makes because the standard has always been placed so high that the wear expect more for their money than thoy can get elsewhere l Iers Ve carry a full line and can Insure a perfect I Inspection inv- itedCOYLEi HAYES BEREA KENTUCKYi I I I I I I I I H I I 11 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I J I I I I I I 11 I J I J I I I I i H Berea and Vicinity GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES r r r r r r r r II I r I I I I r r I I I I I r I I r I r I r r I Miss Allio Fowlor is visiting in Livingston this week Miss Mary Robinson Las returned from Cincinnati for the summer Tho work of digging tho sewer pipe ditches is being rapidly carried on Miss Ella T Boico left for her home in Pennsylvania on Friday noonMr I G Z Faulconer has gone to 4 Lexington for a briof visit with t friends there- I Miss Mary Fee left for her homo t in Clarksburg Ind on the noon train Monday r Prof Dinsmoro is having water works connection installed in his week iMiss Mafra Bicknell is visiting Mr and Mrs Evortt Todd at Crooks vine for two weeks Word was received from Prof Weaver this week Ho wishes to be remembered to all his Berea friends Mr Wm Hoskins loftforhis home f w in Uydou Leslie County bn Tuesday 7 He will teach school during the summerWord has been received from Wm Tosh to tho effect that he is engaged iu carpenters work at his home in Adams Mass Miss Editha Speers sister Mrs A J Lathrop and son of Mobile Alabama are expected any day for a visit to Berea Prof Dinsmoro loft for Perry County last Saturday morning on a business trip He will bo gone t three or four weeks I I HANDStr1E SHOE all leathern w all styles TIS is cite iP 16 Dr Win G Best went to Louis ville last week to take the State examination in dentistry hold Juno 0 and 7 and passed successfully Misses Nell Burdetto and Bessie Marsh left for Asheville N C on Friday where they will attend tho Y W C A Convention being hold in that city Tho work on the Library building is progressing apace The walls have now enclosed all the windows of tho first floor anda start mado on tho second storj Mr II C Woof arrived Sunday night from South Greenfield Mo whex he has been assisting in tho establishment of a bank He will remain in Berea for a couple of weeks Miss Lilias Burman who has been teaching in tho Primary department of the Model schools for tho past term returned to her home in Jackson Michigan on Monday morning- Dr and Mrs Cowley are spending a few weeks visiting friends in Lorain Ohio Dr Cowley expects to do some studying in Cleveland and in New York before returning to Borcu in the fall Tho scaffolding was removed from tho coiling of tho new Chapel before Commencement last week and reo vealed tho finest work in polished oak panelling to be seen anywhere in the country Miss JA Robinson and her mother have gone to spend tho summer in New Hampshire tho old home They will make the trip by easy stages calling at several places of interest on the way t I n id r y If PRICE 350 Andrew HOBS left on the early train Monday morning for Chicago Ho will proceed to Mullen Win in a day or so and will bo engaged in missionary work in the Northlands of Wisconsin during tho summer CoUegoTrustees motion was unanimously carried to change tho name of Pig Hollow to 61HellenoirSprings Tho Rev A Smith and wife were Coddingtonslast in Science Hill on Saturday mooring Miss Lucy Parsons accom panied theni and will spend tho summer there There will be a short preaching service at tho Union Church next Sunday night at 730 oclock The Christian Endeavor meeting will tw followed by a song service uuda twenty minutes sermon by Mr Thomson This order will be followed through this mouth Misses Lewis and Corwiu left on morningThltogether at Niagara Falls on their spendIltrBrunswick N J and Miss Lewis lither homo in Now Haven Conn Prof L V Dodgo and wife left Berea on Friday last to spendu week in attending time Commencement and Semi Centennial of Hillsdalo College Michigan from which Prof Dodge graduated On their return they purpose to visit for n few days with Prof E G Dodge and wife at Urbana Ohio Mr Chas Burdctto loft on a six weeks trip east on Saturday morn ing He will visit Point Comfort Virginia and witness the naval operations which take platy there from Juno 11 to 17 From thero he will go to Yale to attend the Commence ment exercises Ho will spend some time visiting friends in the east before ho returns home The following students will bo engaged in Sunday school missionary work for the summer Aulhur Daily Harluu Hnrlan county Carl Hunt Hazard Perry county Gilbert Combs Hindman Knott county William Adams Whitesburg Letch er county Cecil Hudson Hydeu Leslie county Wo shall expect to hear favorable reports of their efforts In pluco of the Chapel service Sun day evening a short gospel mooting was hold at tho close of Christian Endeavor A short song service was much enjoyed by all after which tho pastor gavo awry helpful talk on the Endeavor topic fortho evoningIa- m not ashamed of time gospel of Christ for it is tho power of God unto salvation to every one that bo liecthII A slight change in tho L N timo table affecting Berea took place Sunday night Tho north and south bound trains Nos 2and 3 meet here at 124 pm Tho midnight south bound train No1 is now duo in Boreu at 1220 pm and tho north bound train No 4 is duo at 8 88 am These changes in timo are only temporary and will bo revised when the repairing on the roadbed is completed The Union Church is planning for some revival meetings to ho held tho first of August They will be held in a largo tent or out of doors entirely In tho latter case if tho weather lx stormy tho meeting will be moved to tho Union Church house There will be good music Mr Thomson will do tho preaching lolilowillgreat good may bo done At a special meeting of tho school committee of tho B M C Durfeo High School of Fall liver Mass Mr James M Racer was unanimous u SHOE New Cash Store- C II0 ItHODUS Prop BEREA V KENTUCKY 1 r ly elected to the position of instructor in tho Commercial department of that Institution at n salary of 1000 a year Mr Ilacer graduated from the Classical course of Boron College in 1003 and for tho past year has been taking post gradualo work at Harvard lending to tho degree o- rAI Mr Hucors friends here bespeak for him a bright mad successful career in this position of respon sibility timid trust to which he hits been coiled A welding in which quite a circle of Berea friends will bo interested took place in Bloomiuglon Illon May 24 when Miss Nancy Antes formerly a resident of heron and a student in the College and Mr Albert Suits of mllrrluftSllIoolived in Crooksvillo Ky Her friends here join in extending their hearty congratulations to time young couple hnppiuo8sinhomo for tho present is Farmers City Ill UayCornslt At 1130 Monday morning time marriagn of Mr AN May anti Miss Sarah Cornell was solemnized time homo of Prof Dinsmore Time ceremony was preformed in tho pres once of a few friends by tho Rev A 12 Thomson pastor of thin Union Church Though the occasion was characterized by its quietness nono of the features were lacking which go to make such an event joyous and full of promise Both bride and groom are from Sal ofllvillo where they are held in tho highest esteem by a host of friends who will join with time many Berea friends in wishing tho happy couplo a life of joy and prosperity The groom has been associated with Bereu College for several years first aa a student mad as a teacher in tho Model schools and for tho past year has taught Sloyd hi the Industrial Department of tho College Time bride was tho recipient of several handsome anti useful presents Mr and Mrs May left on tho noon train for H short visit to Winchester Upon their return they will take up their residence iu Heron TUB CIT IZEN takes pleasuro in oxtuilHing heartycongratulations to the bride and groom Berea Reunion at Cleveland Last year was hull the first largo gathering of former Bureaus at that timo living or visiting in Ohio near Cleveland That occasion was so enjoyable that a similar time is to Iw nntici ntcd this year Monday July 3rd either at tho homo of former lady principal Mrs Mills in Cleve land or some park in that city Tho territory covered will bo that of about 40 miles distant from Cleveland although wo shall bo moro than glad if those at n greater distance can come The intention is to mako this company a permanent organization in order that those who are near neighbors may annually renew old friendships of their college days All those receiving this parlor should be prepared io give an account of what hits been their lot since leaving Berea Those who cannot attend please write a letter addressing Mr J Hammond Tico Wellington Ohio It F D and saute will bo readat tho reunion Many have already signified their intention to be there and you cannot afford to miss this opportunity of visiting collectively so largo a number of your former friends Full information us to exact time and place and way of reaching same will bo given iu next weeks CITIZEN All that is necessary for you to do now is to reserve July iid in your list of engagements for this reunion Further information obtainable from L C Hinman Berea Miss Alice Douglas Wellington Ohio Mr Clay Horrick Hudson Ohio Mr J Hammond TiceH F D Wellington Ohio Kiirrr S Yew The new chairman of the Republican national committee Harry 8 New of lu llanniolU hue for some years been national commltteeuian from Indiana and a member of time executive com mittee Iu the last campaign ho was especially active In the direction of tho campaign Iu the west Ho succeeds George B Cortel you who resigned time chairmanship on being appointed postmaster general Ills father John O New was long prominent In tho party Chairman New was formerly associated with his father in tho publication of tho In dianapolis Journal Ho was born at Indianapolis In 1858 and was educated at Butler university Ho has served In the Indiana senate and was a cap tam n and assistant adjutant general In tho Spanish war Ho has been twlcu married and hla second wife whom ho married In 1801 was Miss Catherine McLean and Is noted as a writer Strong One Way Is sho Interested in athletics No but I think she could break the worlds record Jumping at conclusions f 1f iTheOnly Requisite fort iIA Perfect Complexion are your hands and a jar ol iI Ii Pompeian Iii Massage Cream t Soap takes the dirt 0 but not lthtn theIia illo abtttbi the soap Three U nothing In soap I m that It tool lot the Ilitiici II it remain U becomes antmpurilinalurc It Llock- edtomplrsrutheaeverImiwdtyetof the 2 tUnUaclthtidt uette aoapan tbe dart an4 the manu builJt the ounaaltoo wrlnU and- g flabblnett null to Gentlewomen ute it In place of lace powder tII Gentlemen ute It slier Iknl iA 11 Me BO aU J SLUU per lorIThe PORTER DRUG CO i The flea where Purity it rtramount j- a Ii ik I4ililil 4kilAJl ISl444 l1Ik4i111k11S 14 Okilllkitll1lklt4 411h11S1itil41 000000008000000000 t- to o The Celebrated a Worcester Corsets I o o Dry Goods in all the Lending o 1 Fabrics Vaistings for Hot Days Laces Insert ings and Embroid o cries in time Leading Designs 8 Notions of all kinds and in fact Sevcrthing which is necessary for o and childrens wear S o KIadicso Millineryi j i o o iTo i S c Ja Hanson Co s 0 o Thu Shop for LadiesY0 00000000000000000000000000 i SafetDo You Feel Without Fire Insurance You wouldnt miss the small amount it would take to pay insurance But you wouldmiss your home if you should lose it and no insurance Can write you in any of the good Companies l FIRE LIFEand tr ACCIDENT INSURANCE REAL ESTATE BOUGHT SOLD And TRANSFERRED NOTARY PUBLIC W H PORTER Berea Ky AT THE BANK t tJ T- t WORLDS NEWS IN CONDENSED FORM II Pithy and Pointed Paragraph of Recent Interesting Happenings EVENTS AT HOME AND ABROAD The Doing of the Government Of flclals Crimes and Casualties I and Other tyotet of Gen oral Interest War News In Brief Tho czar has at Ujt been neard from at Wahhlnaton and the result Is not unfavorable to iwdce In his recept audience with Mr Meyer the Amerl fcanainbintudor the czar Intimated s to take under advisement the subject of peace and expressed a warn nppreclatlon of the friendly words of Mr Meyer speaking as the personal envoy of the president The reception of Mr Meyer was charac terized by tho greatest cordiality and frlendtlnoiH An Identical note tho text of which by authority of the president was made public at the white house by Secretary Locb linn been forwarded to the Govurntnent of Russia and Japan I f President Roosevelt In tho In tTPtt of humanity the president urges the warring nations to conclude peace II In suggested by the president thai I hI negotiations for peace be conduct eol directly and exclusively between the belligerent nations President Hooserult wan confident that tho re suit of the International negotiations for peace In the far east had been sue r t cuI and that the foal blow In the ti RdiRoJnpanese war had been struck It In aMrted In political circles In Rome that tho Italian government has uddod IU efforts to mono of tho United statoi in offering good offices to Rue ma with a view of waoo Ur Ailm Knqulftt at Manila with th RiiMUa dlsabed warships ro i 1 wived n cable from the czar ordering I him to rveialn there at the disposi den of the American government The AllRussian Zetuslov congress has sent nn addrtM to tho ozar de standing In no uncertain tone the Im mediate convocation of a national as iwmbly to pus upon the question of- IltICC or war to heal Internal strife and to vtlto the people for the re Jiivenotton of Russia A press corrtHpondent li Informed 1 hat report hire been received at- jJ1IY U Ktdiiuart ni from Vladivostok d Indicating that tlM naval defeat was duo largely to lack of leadership aft fcr Roj wtvBsky was wounded MiMslfancou News Items The starching declared the union be tween Norway and Sweden under one King to he dissolved and that the king has ceased to act as king of Norway The storthing further empowered the present abate council lo act as a gov rrnmrnt of Norway until further no- rice and tt exorcise the power here tofore appertaining to the king King Oscar recorded n decided protest against te method sad notion of Nor way It in n p rted that the Norwegian government In view of King Oscars apparently definite refusal to consider the olfnr of the storthing to place n prince of the house of Dornadotte on iho throne has privately approached the Danish royal family to ascertain It an offer of tho throne would be recelv ed by a member of It preferably Prince Charles son of Crown Prince Frcdorlek The general opinion ox pressed in Copenhagen Is teat such an offer would bo refused All hope that King Oscar or Crown Prince Outav will yield to tho re I quest of tho Norwegian storthing to floce a prince of the house of Berna dotlo on the throne of Norway has t tow disappeared according to a high v authority The Danish royal family has alas set the stamp of disapproval i n the acceptance of the throne by a Danish prince Premier Ramttedt In an interview Hays the Swedish government will re fuse to recognize the revolution In Norway and will submit jo the riks dag motions conformable to this stand pointTho situation In Sweden and Norway Is attracting much Interest In Austria and Hungary This Is especially true of Budapest where the condition of Norway and Sweden and of Austria and Hungary are compared Philadelphia mayors shakeup In tho departments has extended to the polka force Twentyfive policemen faced the pollco board of Inquiry to answer various charges of dereliction at duty Col William H Chesebrough died at his residence In London of peritonitis after a two weeks illness Col ChoHObrough was a civil war veteran and was on the start of Gen R C Schnnck In the case of G A Nuckles again J F Hooper from Marshall county Alabama the supreme court of Alabama hold that transactions In cotton futures Is not gambling but Is a legit imate business Martial law has been declared in JxErJvan where a Mussulman mob fired on Armenians in a bazaar killing and wounding over 20 Tho fighting was continued John FrazIer a negro was hanged nt Desarc Ark for thu murder of Southcrland a timekeeper rkWebster Desarc road near De sarc Novepiber 5 last I Crown Prince Frederick William and Duchess Cecllln of Mecklenburg Schworln woro married In the palace chapel rerun and batteries In Berlin and In every garrison town In Prussia and In every sea ot which the German warships floated began tiring a 21 gun salute at tho same moment In the chapel ono of the most distinguished assemblages that could be gathered In Europe saw the simple wedding servo ice ot the Lutheran church Incident to tho wedding of tho crown prince and Duchess Cecilia of Meek lenburgSchworln Emperor William has created Chancellor Von Buelow a princeForeign Minister Delcasse has re signed and hla resignation has been accepted Premier Rouvlcr will as sume temporarily the portfolio of min later of foreign affairs The reslgna tlon of M Delcasse la duo to the fall ure ot the French policy In Morocco Gen Caprlano Castro was reelected I as president of Venezuela Gcns Go mez and Velutlnl wero reelected OH first and second vice presidents re spectivelyThe of the American Rev olutlon at a meeting of the committee on the continental hall voted unsay mously lo continue the work ou that building In Washington Number 1 passenger train on the Wisconsin Central westbound plung ed Into the Red Cedar river from the high steel bridge one mile west of Col fax WIs Engineer George Phllllpps Fireman Sevcrnns and five tramps who wore riding on the blind baggage car are missing And are believed to be drownedTwentytwo guests of a Nashville hotel wero taken suddenly 111 shortly after dinner Ice cream was serve at tho meal and attendant physicians attributed the sickness to some pro ervatlyo used In the milk or to pto maine poisoning Attorney General Moody decides that the eight hour law passed Augus 1 1892 applies lo the laborers and me chanics at work on the Panama canal It does not apply to clerks or other employee of the government Submarino boat A8 was lost off the breakwater at Plymouth Throe exploMonn are said to havo occurred qn board before she foundered Fourteen of tho crew wore drowned Secretary of State John Hay sailed on tho White Star liner Baltic Before sailing Hay said ho has recovered his strength and ho Intends to resume his duties Immediately upon his return to Washington Brig Gen Thomas II Barry United Staled army selected for duty with the Russian army In Manchuria anti Copt Sydney A Cloman aide to Gen Barry will leave Dresden shortly for St Petersburg Richard Croker has sold his Rich new Springs stock farm his last hold Ing In racing property Ho has lost 100000 It Is estimated from recent salsa of Interest connected with rac ing The army In the Philippines Is open ing a campaign In tho new military district of Samar against the fanatical Pulnjanos Two of the loaders and 42 of their followers have been killed J H Greonbce 94 only surviving member of the convention which voted for the secession of North Carolina front the union In 1S01 Is dead at Ma rlon Va- llarvey Holding shot and killed his dlvoroed wife and Harvey Hill near Gibson Miss folding was divorced sat January from the woman and sub sOQuently remarried President Roosevelt paid his first visit to the Albemarle farm which Mrs Roosevelt recently purchased from William N Wilmer tho Now York bankerJoseph H Choate the returning am bassador to tho court of St James was welcomed home by the Pilgrims of the United States at a banquet In New York The loss In Orand Rapids Mich attributable to the flood which now seems to be subsiding Is estimated at 250000 The loss In all Western Michigan 18 placed at 1000000 So far five lives were lost Germany has notified her acceptance of the Invitation to the proposed conference on the Moroccan situation This Is believed to mean that no ne gotiations for a mutual arrangement between Berlin and Paris Is now pos slbleThe bureau of engraving and print ing delivered to tho post office depart ment 77546COO postage stamps In sheets and 107990 in books This la the largest delivery of stamps over made in ono day Justice Rufus W Peckham ot tho United States circuit court at Albany N Y denied an application for a writ qt error In the case of Mrs Mary hog ers of Vermont convicted of the murder ot her husband Paul Morton was elected to the poet tion of chairman of the board of dIrec- tors of tho Equitable Life Assurance society Immediately following the acceptance of Morton the resignations were tendered of President Alexander First Vice President Hyde Second Vice President Tarbell Third Vice President Wilson and Fourth Vice President Mclntyre The fishing tug Grace M of Lorain 0 while evidently fishing In Cana dlan waters four miles north of the International boundary line was sighted by the Dominion government cruis er Vigilant to the east ot Middle Is land In a chase the two vessels col lided and the tug was sunk Two of the crew were drowned Tho navy department has been ad vised through the British embassy of the Intended visit to American waters this autumn of Prince Louis of Bat tcnberg with a squadron of British warships consisting it Is understood of four cruisers l co Frank OLoary of Duffao N Y died at the government hospital on Swinburne Island of yellow fever lie was taken III on board the steamer Scguranca while en route from Colon to New York The wage conference of representa tives of the Republic Iron and Steel Co and ot the Amalgamated Associa tlon of Iron Steel and Tin Workers resulted In a compromise for the year ending July 1 1906 Tho men will receive an increase ot about fiper centAnnouncement was made that the contract for granite to be used in building tho mausoleum as a memorial to President William McKinley at Can ton 0 has been awarded to a Milford Mass company It Is estimated that 250000 worth ot pink granite Will be needed The New York court of appeals at firmed the conviction of Lawyer Albert T Patrick for the murder of Mil Ilonalre Rice by chloroform In New York In order that he might possess his estate Tho precipitation In the vicinity ol Peoria III for 12 hours ending at non was four Inches one ot the heav lest for years In some places the storm took the form of a cloudburst Three torpedo boat destroyers will be launched at Yokosuka on Saturday next June 17 A fish weighing 470 pounds and V3 feet long was caught at Sandy Hook a mile south of the Eads brldgeSt Louis by Herman Abel and William Lyons It belongs to the alllgatoi species Three members of a touring party one woman and two men were drown ed and two other persons had narrow escapes from death when a large tour- Ing car plunged through an open draw at the Rush street bridge Chicago On an oil stove Mrs Theodore Roose volt cooked the breakfast of the presl dent the couple at the time being all alone In the little cottage recently bought by Mrs Roosevelt from W N Wilmer near Scoltsville Va Joseph Richardson Coomos 68 a lieutenant III the confederate army who while a prisoner of war at Rock Island III In 1SC3 with seven other confederate prisoners planned the Ku Klux Klan died at his home In Norfolk Va The sueceu that has attended Pres ident Roosevelt In seeking for peace Id hailed In Italy with general reJolc ing It being felt that the president thus benefits the whole world Dr Brown Ayres president of the University ot Tennessee has received from William Jennings Bryan a draft for UO This Is offered as a prize for the best essay by a student of the Uni versity ot Tennessee upon the subject rho Principles of Free Government The Dos Moines river at Keokuk la rose seven feet In three hours There Is an almost equally remarkable flood In the Mississippi river Claude L Elliott of Dupont a green brakeman on a Pennsylvania work train wax killed on the Louisville di vision near Columbus Ind lie dropped his pipe on the main track just as a fast passenger train came along lie stooped to pick It up and was struck Frank G BIgelow the defaulting bank president of Milwaukee pleaded guilty to an Indictment ot ten counts returned by the federal grand Jury charging violation of the national bank law and was sentenced to a concur rent sentence of ton years at hard labor In the federal penitentiary All records for shooting with five Inch guns were broken by tour gun acre of the first chaas battle ship Kentucky on the northern drilling grounds 20 miles outside Sandy Hook William H Rogers for 14 years a member ot the editorial staff of The Now York World Is dead In Now York from acute neuralgia Ho was born In Janesvllle WIs In 1865 On March 5 last tilt Nannle Burr and Miss Gertrude Conrad of Mays vlllc Ky threw a bottle containing their address In the river Letters were received from Charles Meyer and James M Locke of Belle Hellene La who found the bottle while fishing Plans are being made to erect in New York a hotel to be 15 stories high and having nearly 1000 rooms It will be built at a cost of about 15000000 The new hotel will rival any similar structure in the world Contractors on the Vera Cruz Pa chile railroad have decided to exclude Chinamen from the ranks of their laborers They have experimented with them and find that their work is un satisfactoryNear la Mrs W J Schrock was murdered and her remains placed In the coal house and then set on fire presumably by tramps The woman was burned to a crisp In the fighting at Pantchatln near Vodel European Turkey It is said that the Greeks lost three killed while the Bulgarians lost 28 killed or wounded besides 17 prisoners who were exe cuted by their captors The heirs ot Mrs Mary J WInthrop estate have finally como to an agreement by which Princeton theological seminary will receive 1760000 A correspondent at Simla British India says that the government of Ourmah has refused to grant the Standard 011 Co a license to store relined petroleum at a site on the Run goon river An authoritative confirmation ot thn report that tho traction lines ot Eastern Indiana and Western Ohio are to be consbldlated was made The network of interurban lines between Indianapolis Cincinnati and Columbus will soon be undor onecontrol The Merchants and Planters banl ot Greenville Miss made an assignment r r tI J Tl- I THE TIME AND PUCE Russia is Waiting For Japan tn Begin Pence Negotiations Also the Peace Term Emperor Nich else Would Prefer That Paris Should Be the Scene of the Initial Step JuaSt Petersburg 12 Russia it waiting for Japan to fix the time and the pace when and where the Japanese terms will be placed In the hands ol luiwIaH representative The foreign Dfllcfr expects that the delaytrwlll be brief The emperors government would prefer that Paris should be the scene of the Initial step but It Is explained that neither the place nor the personality of the Russian r matters The greatlIbo a to negotiate Ills duty will practical be confined to the reception and trans mission to his government of the Jap anew terms for decision as to wheth er they afford a basis for actual peace negotiations He will be clothed with power to effect an agreement for the suspension of hostilities which suspense will probably be for a very lim lied period during which Russia must decide the momentous question of peace or a prolongation of the war During ths temporary armistice both tountrliB probably will be free to con tinue the movement of troops and mu nitions of war within prescribed lint lit although nothing definite on this point will be known until the meeting takes place If Russia finds that the terms are on a basis on which negotiations can proceed regular plenipotentiaries will be appointed the number being de cided by the belligerents themselves and then It Is not impossible that the negotiations might be transferred to Manchuria as President Roosevelt Is believed to have suggested A BUFFALO DINNER The National Editorial Association En tertalned at Ranch 101 lilies Okla June 1Forty thou sand people were entertained by Mil ler Bros at the 101 ranch the visit of tilt National Editorial association to the ranch being made the occasion for a buffalo hunt a buffalo dlune and an Indian celebratiou The edl tors many of whom were occompan led by ladles arrived on the Santa FE In a special train In the editorial party were many Ok lahoma editors who had accompanies the members of the national assocla lion on their trip through the terri tory The general public had been in vlted to the entertainment The San ta Fe railroad which runs through the ranch carried 20000 pepple to 101 and as many more drove in to attend the show An immense grand stand extending the arena was built for the visitors The arena Itself was halt a mile long anda third of a mill wide IN THE PHILIPPINES Invitations For Proposals For the Con structlon of Railways Made Washington Juno 12The war department has made public the Invita ions signed by Secretary Taft for proposals for the construction of railways In the Philippines under the act of congress passed In February for that purpose An elaborate scheme of transportation la involved The Phil Ipplne government agrees to protect all grantees against Ladrones Insur gents rebels and outlaws Onehalt of one per cent from the gross earn ings Is to bo paid the Philippine government as taxes The prospectus cites the provisions of the law guaranteeing Interest for 30 years at four per cent on the first lien bonds but It Is provided that not more than 1200000 shall be paid In Interest in anyone year FISH HATCHERY The Government Has Placed One at Cedar Lake Ipd Chicago June 12 The United States fish commission with the assistance of the Chicago Indianapolis Louisville Railway Co Mononhas established a fish hatchery at Cedar Lake Ind The Inclosure is 40 by 200 and it is expected that as many as 50 000 young fish principally bass will be hatched every year As soon as the minnows aro large enough to avoid destruction by the larger fish they will be given the freedom of the lake Hotel To Cost 5000000 New York Juno l2Plans are bo ing made to erect In this city a hotel to be 16 stories high and having near ly 1000 rooms It will built at ML cost of about 15000009 The now hotel will rival any similar structure In the world Woman Convicted of Murder Liberty Mo June lZThe Jury which has been sitting for the past week In the cnse of Agnes Myers of Kansas City charged with the murder of her husband Clarence Myers returned a verdict of guilty of murder the first degree InI trot An Officer Was Saved St Petersburg June 12it Is stat nd by the admiralty that in the battle of the Sea of Japan not a single officer was Bayed from the battleships Nava rln Borodino Imperatur Alexander IIL and the Kakax Souvaroff F n J I FROM ALL OVERTHE STATE MYSTERIOUS CASE Wife of a Paducah Doctor Who Wn Sued For Divorce Dead Paducah Ky June 8 Detective Baker and Moore are at work on the mysterious death of Mrs Ida Hcsslg the young wife of Dr H T Hesslg a prominent physician and until recently a dhtlller About 630 oclock Wed nesday morning Dr Hesslg found her body In her room lie claims the tele phone rang In her room two or three times and as she failed to answer It he became alarmed and looked over the transom finding his wife appar ently a corpse In his night clothing Dr Hesslg ran down the street to the negro cooks house and summoned her They went back and broke In the door For several months a suit between tho couple has been pending for dl vorce Mrs Hesslg was the plaintiff She had asked for a large sum of all mony The couple had several quar rels and fights and had been In police court more than once Some weeks ago Dr Hesstg went Into voluntary bankruptcy placing his liabilities at 15000 with no assets Ho claimed his wife had been subject to epileptic fits for four years and In his opinion she died of an attack of this kind HE MAY RECOVER The Boy Fell andWas Impaled on An Iron Picket Louisville Ky June 10Togo a pst squirrel belonging to Joseph Reynolds 14 of 102 East Gray street es caped from his cage and ran up Into a maple tree In the front yard The boy climbed the tree and had almost secured possession of the little anI- mal which made no effort toward fur ther escape when a partlydecayed limb broke Reynolds was precipitat ed upon the Iron fence below and im paled on one of the pickets The pal Ing entered the boys left side near the spinal column and was slightly deflect ed by a rib but passed through the body Some hope is entertained for his recovery The squirrel fell with the boy but made no effort to getaway and was replaced In its cage IN THE NEW JAIL An Indiana Visitor at Louisville Was Robbed of a Watch Louisville Ky June SJ H Beck man of Ferdlnana Ind came here to buy fixtures for a new bank He at tended the reception at the new coun ty jail which is to open for the trans action of bonaflde criminal business While In the throng examining the cells etc he was relieved of a gold watch and Masonic charm After this experience Mr Beckman sought Jail er J Riney Pflanz and said he knew the new jail was all right and hoped the first new guest would be the Indl vidual who robbed him Poolrooms Must Remain Closed Covlngton Ky June BThe Cov lngton poolrooms must remain closed for all time It an opinion handed down by Judge Shaw In the Kenton circuit court holds In the event of proprie tore attempting to open up again after the Latonla races Sherlu Mclnerney will be empowered under the opinion to demolish their paraphernalia To Build a Belt Line Hopklnsvllle Ky June 101he Hop klnsvllle Bolt Line Co filed articles of Incorporation The capital Is 100000 and the Incorporators are H M Dal ton J B Jackson L C Cravens W R Wicks J B Russell J M Renshaw and M O Mason They will build a line of railroad around the city to con nect with three railroads Judgment For 10000 NIchoasvllIc Ky June SJudg ment for 10000 was rendered against R F Johnson k Co of Richmond Va- In Jessamine circuit court the suit having been brought on their bond by the county school superintendent The charges were that school books were sold in Ohio at a less price than here A Snowball Battle Louisville Ky Juno 1judge Con dons court was crowded with perspiring witnesses to testify in of N S Weathcrton vs Meade RobInI son jr and George Lleb wherein 5000 was demanded tor a broken jaw sustained In a snowball duel January L Weatherton was awarded 200 O M Johnson Ends His Life Latonia Ky June g0 M John son one of the best known residents of Latonla was found dead In his bed with a bullet hole In his head lie had committed suicide some time dur ing the night as the body was cold when found He had used a revolver In the commission of the deed Passed on Campbell County Frankfort Ky June toThe state board of equalization passed on Campbell county and raised the on lands and personality auoumentI The preliminary raise was but after a hearing the board reduced the raise to 2 per cent Preacher Succumbs To Smallpox Bsrbourville Ky June lURev W C Judd a wellknown Methodist preacher died at his home near here of smallpox after an Illness of short duration The Interment took place at Trace Branch cemetery WENT BACK FOH HER HAT The Matron Was Locked In the Ola Jail at Louisville t Louisville Ky May 9When prta otters were being moved from the old Jefferson county jail to the new buildrtug at Center and Green streets Mrs Ada Ballon one of the matrons who had started out with the last batch of female prisoners remembered that she had left her spring hat behind She hurried back after it but when returned to the first floor she found the doors locked I The telephones had bees removed from the old jail and Mrs Ballou could find no way to communicate her plight to outsiders She stood for hours at the Ironbarred windows but could not succeed In attracting attea tion Late in the afternoon Jailer John n Pflanz who had begun to worry over her absence instituted a search and found her hungry and nervous but not ouch frightened She had been Imprisoned five hours t SHOT FROM AMBUSH Dr Edward Courtney Assassinated In Bracken County Ml Sterling Ky June lONewlt was received here that Dr Edward Courtney had been assassinated In Bracken county lie was shot from ambush Until a few years ago he was popular but formed a partnership with W M Karney of Groves county During their partnership they quarrel cd and Dr Karney was killed Since that time a feud existed In the neigh borhood and every one went armed the community being torn to piece since the killing of Karney who wan a member of all secret orders Efforts have been made to drive Courtney j from the neighborhood Courtney was i under bond for Karneya murder OLLIE HURSTS DEATH Kye Cummings Arrested Charged With His Murder Mt Sterling Ky June toA few days ago Ollle Hurst was found drown ed in the Kentucky river near Har rodsburg His death was supposed to be accidental Facts have developed which resulted in the arrest of Kyo Cummings charged with the murder of Hurst and scnatlonal developmenta are expected The families of both aro prominent and It is said bad blood has existed between them Foul Play Suspected Paducah Ky June 10 Coroner James Crow and County Attorney Eu gene Graves decided to send the atom ach of Mrs Dr Messing to Louisville to be analyzed Detective Moore said that there is enough evidence In the hands of the officials to warrant an arrest Wounded In a ChurchtMt Sterling Ky June 10At a Methodist church In Garrard county two men named Tudor attempt to shoot a man named Murphy The latter ran Into the church for protection when the Tudor boys fired on hint through a window fatally wounding him Brought In a Good Well Campton Ky June 10 Welsh Sal mon Co who have been drilling for oil on tho J T Coons farm about two miles northeast of this city havo brought In a good producer at a depth Of about 130 feet It Is claimed that tho well will produce about 50 barrel of oil a day Committee on Dredging Louisville ICy June SThe direc tors ofthe board of trade appointed a special committee to appear before the United States board of englneerafin Cincinnati June 9 to consider the question of dredging the Ohio river above and below Louisville Jetts Case Continued Cynthlana Ky June 9ln the cIr- cuit court when the case of the com monwealth of Kentucky against Curtis Jett was called Judge Frera ask ed Prosecuting Attorney Dean what he desired to do with that case and on motion It was continued Louisville Tobacco Market Louisville Ky Juno 9Flve hun dred ant thirtyeight hhds of burley were offered on the tobacco breaks at prices varying from 630 to 18 On hundred and fortysix hhds of dark- were offered and prices ranged frond 345 to g60 Famous Ball Player InuneL y Louisville Ky June 9Peteik Browning probably the most famous ball player Louisville ever produced was declared Insane in the Jefferson criminal ourt Softening of the brain Is the cause Made An AssignmentIMt Sterling Ky Potter of Bowling Green made an as signment to Scott Isabel His failure is caused by the recent closing of the Potter Sons bank His liabilities will reach 30000 with assets of 18 0 11 lJLondoncounty grand Jury returned an Indict went against Tllford Ed Benje chargingthem with the murdereof Representative J J C Howard two months ago In Clay county I o I COMING ON ITS OWN TRAIN I THE GREAT o i IVan Amburgl SHOWSIExposition f o tooJb 01Vi11Positively Exhibit at 1- F i BEREA MONDAY JUNE 26 f 1l0 o MANY STRANGE ZOOLOGICAL SPECIMENS tI- nclmllnc+ and her family of r 011011111 A3tUFcLurethelargtMtilvlnRIIIPIBIB1AML II In nptlrlly + oIiOO pounds A MONSTKK BLOOD SWKAT1NU HEHKMUTII of Holy Writ Captured Q + Otnsnt Morau ol the wildest regions ol the mytterlout Hirer Nile + to+ Brought to city on wheels Tilt HfMAS MKTBOK3 the UPrarl Family of Sn + o fHtlinml Arrlallttr Ilaglhara Japanete Troupe Mona Carloss the rrrat rwritiidlfulsr O 0I4dder rtlFI 0- o 0I- I Wheelers Marine Band tp The anent Musical Organization Traveling with any Circus In Amerlcap+ 0- 1o I GRAND STREET PAGEANT V 0 o The new and rosily Steam Plano to he teen dally In our free Ppectamlar New Street 0 + Iarailo A Orand ialu Day Remembcrthedelanddah Preperefortheeomiu event + O One ticket adralu to all rrire NO tlAMBUNU or O- vn Swindling allowed Honest and Fair Drallng the motto of tide vast concern 0 01 0- Il TWO PERFORMANCES DAILYDOORS OPEN AT I 7 PMa o+o+o+o+o+o+o+ +o+co+oolo+o+o +o+o+o+o +oolo+o+o+o+o+p0 to44411iI +IIIIII 111111111111111 +1 1 l +frI 1 1 1 I 111111 1 HH Eastern Kentucky Newsf 1 No cotreipondcnce pulUihed sates tleued in tan by the writer The nine t Is not for publication but as an eridenco of good faith Write plainly JH +ttIFHbitFIH 1 1 1 1 11+ JACKSON COUNTY iIOOOCHLANDt cooland t 1 dry weather at this time Crops arc all looking hallF C Jones is a candidate for Judge of Jackson county Ho is well qualified to fill tho ollico J F Englo is his op lponcnt republican nominee Wo lire having n tine Sundayschool nt i 2Scamoro church conducted by Dr 1 11 n number of tho young men of this vicinity havo gone to tf1 a1dfnnulyum1r visited J W Martins Sunday Misses Martfia Jones slid Mary E JJones visited tho Widow Ainix SundayMtn Martha Martin and Mrs Elmer Jones visited Mrs Nannie J Martin Sunday The school commences July 15 Loyd j Begoy is expected to be our teacher Ho is one of tho Berca students ROCKCASTLE COUNTY LIVINGSTON Juno l1bliss Tizzy Carson 1 from Crab Orchard is visiting her Icousin Mrs Henry Browning this weekJ W Baker and daughter Annie from this place attended tho Commencement exercises at Berea BrowningiGeorgo Ii gono to Corbin to work in tho Cor i bin yardsJuno Fowlor and others 1 of this place have returned homo school at Berea Cecil Mullins jlfromvisiting his brother Collie Mullins nt Mullins Station this week Billiard Mullins is at homo from East Bernstadt with tho 1mumpsMiss Sida Cook visited friends in London last weekJ C has moved his store from V 1thillPlato to Lafolletto Tenn The of a new firm in Livingston is Dickersou Messrs W C Hester Joe Payne and James Smith havo gone to Corbin to work at the i I carpenter trade Claud Chewning I1 had tho ends of two fingers cut oil at llico Chewniugs mill Thursday Rev T D Mullins of Mt Vernon q passed through j here last Thursday1 r t r 1 1 1 1 1 II 1 1nI 1 1 I I H I 1 I 1 1 1 IIi on his road homo from Eastern Ky where ho has beerTBclling shoes Dept U S Marshal J C Mullins arrested Mitchell Mullin and John sellingliquorSunday where they were placed i- njailMr Farley of this place has accepted job on local from Lebanon Junction to CorhinA J Sams of Gaullie look dinner with Ed Wood on Saturday JACKSON COUNTY SAND SAP Juno 10Wo have not had any twentydaysand nights have been very cool and owing to the cool nod dry weather crops look very well The farmers shapeBendy daughttofMarthy buried at tho Clover graveyard last Sunday Thoro was n largo crowd there Austin Huff n littlo boy eight yenta old died antI was buried at tho John Durham cemetery last Wed nesdayJ N Culton preached at Jew Morris on Clover Bottom last Thursday evening L B Martin is contemplating going west next fall John Allcome has loft Jackson and gone to Richmond to work Jacob Hallard says he is going to sell goods at wholesale prices Frank Jones a democrat is talking of running for county judgo against James Englo the republican nominee but ho will havo to muster up more republican bolters than ho is aware of if ho comes within ono thousand miles of making tho race Juno liTho people of thus vicinity have enjoyed some nice showers of rain today Most of tho people have been over their corn tho first time and have started over tho second time Considering tho cool weather corn is very pretty here raginginirishealthMrsthe sick list0 A liobison of Egypt passed through here Satur day enroute to Korea Maggie Durham saw n largo ground bog tho other day but when it saw her it became badly frightened nud ran off I and sho did not got to catch it James Durham is visiting nt Wind Cave Most all the people of this place attended Commencement nt Berca All report a tine time especially those who rodo in n wagon Maggie Durham had a toothox traded day after Commencement Site said she did not intend that j tooth should prevent her going to tho Commencement next year j OWSLEY COUNTY GABBARD I verydryis on the sick listfl W Minter is hauling his corn to Doonovillo Miss Margaret Cart of Cortland passed through hero Wednesday on her way to Boonevillo James R Qahbard was nt Boonevillo Monday on bits tress Hey Leo Hose of Eversole was hero Saturday and Sunday Price Moore has gono to Sturgeon to work at a saw millfl W Green is very poorly at this writing Wo are laving n good Sunday school at this place Miss Lucy Reynolds of Eversolo visited her sister Mrs henna Colo Sunday Corn is being sold at 00 to 76cents a bushel Miss Mary Bolin visited relatives on Cow Crook Sunday Thoro is n good time coming help it on Wo are to have Mrs Lucy Mahan in our County once more She will begin a meeting ut tho Union Church on Whito Oak in about two weeks Wlure glad to have such a woman as Mrs Mahan to come to our County to preach lime gospel to the rising generation MADISON COUNTY HICKORY PLAINS Juno litMr May Smith Ponder of Garranl Co and Miss Puttie Maupin wero married nt Richmond Ky between five mid six oclock thlIranl to visit his parents They then loft Monday for Villa Grove 111 where they will reside in tho future The many good wishes of their friends go with them to their homebars Reed CorneliRon anti children of Bybeetown visited her mother Mrs Emily lIar ker last weekMrs Mat Bongo anti children of Villa Grove Ill are visit jug Pitt Bongo mid family Miss Lillie Potter of London was visit ing last weeknt Whites Station Mrs Sam IVtluH and daughter of Mo nro visiting her brothers Messrs Kiah and Thomas McKcehan Mrs Sallie Flicham of Moto left last week for III visit to her sister Mrs Claud Fortune at Hamilton Ohio I Kentucky Intelligence I STANDARD MUST PAY Each Separate Sale Does Not Conttl stute Offense Frankfort Ky June HThe Stan dard 011 Co got ouch the belt of an Important decision liy tho court of ap peals Under Section 4221 Kentucky statutes any comrany or Individual selling oil truiu a wagon without payr Ing a license to operate tbe wagon Is subject to a fine of from X50 to 11000 Tho Standard Oil Co declined to pay the license fee Hundreds of Indict ments were returned against the company the commonwealth attorneys proceeding on the idea that each sep arate sale of oil constituted a separate Indlctablo offense In the cases from Jessamine Henry and other counties decided the court of appeals In an opinion by Judge Baker says the operation of a wagon for the purpose of selling or offering to sell oil without first securing a license constitutes the offense and that each separate sale of oil is not a sep orate offense The opinion further says however that each wagon may be com polled to pay more than one One a year for operating without a license and that each recurring grand jury may return another indictment for a con tlnuanco of the offense Tho effect of the decision is to let the Standard Oil Co oft with one fine for each wagon that it has continued to operate without a license BIG JUDGMENT Newport Boy Gets 5000 For the Lou of One Eye Newport Ky Juno 14A Jury In Judge Berrys court returned a rer diet of 5000 damages against the L N railroad on behalf of Robert Mer scholl 10 son of Henry Morschell Bar atoga and Sixth street Two years ago the boy found a torpedo used to fasten on tracks and warn approaching trains of danger in front of his home He thought It was a now kind oc toy and taking It Into his fathers yard struck it with a hatchetThe torpedo exploded putting out the sight of one of the boys eyes La ter It became necessary to remove tho injured member In order to rave the other When the case was tried two years since JUdge Hodge refused to let it go to the jury The court of appeals held otberwUor r C lt7uU A NOTABLE DWARF Tbe Yrittr Debut of iiorutvnekl the Fninuui Ut le Pair A very notable dwarf was HorulwasUI till Pole of whose debut time following story Is told As a boy of fifteen when be was Just ono Inch higher thnu a two foot rule ho was presented to tho Empress Maria lliurvsa who was so charmed by his grace and good looks that she seated him on her Iai unit gave him a hearty kiss And what do you consider the most Interesting sight In Vicuna she asked time boy What I now behold ho answered knit what Is that Why sold the tiny courtier to see so little a man on the lap of so great n lady Naturally a youth who exhibited such n ready and courtly wit hind a distinguished career before hint From that day llorul walk became the pet ofthe courts of Europe He was a special favorite of Stanislaus II who took him to Hug laud and Introduced him to George HI nud his family and for more than half n century ho mnda his homo hi England Uorulwaskl who at his tallest was a yard and three Inches high hind a sit ter whoso head was Jest level with her big brothers boulders Ho was not only a bamlaomc and courtly man lint a scholar of repute lie lived In five reigns and was laid to rest lu Durham In LAST side liy side with the Pulstaff lau Stephen Kcmble ST KILDA ISLAND The tie Mare Cold Only When Vlillrtl by Foreigner There are many placo where It Is Impassible to catch cold because there 14 no cold to crotch There Is St Kllda that lonely rocky Island which was visited by Dr Johnson when he and lloawcll were tusking their famous tour of the Hebrides Timers are about a hundred Inhabitants on tho Inland The coasts are so precipitous that for eight mouth In the year It Is prac tically Inaccessible Several vessels from the mainland call titer during the summer Anti strange to say whenever a ship reaches the IsUnd from the mainland every inhabitant even to the Infants tit Hclzed with u cold This fact line been known fur more tuna 200 years and was of greet Interest to Dr Johnson who was Ilk011 ticul concerning It The question of St Kllda raid long puzzled men who never dreamed that It was an Infectious disease nUll that without the possibility of Infec tion It is Impossible to catch It no mat ter what the exposure may bo Tint Is to say It lit due to a micro organism and without the prcsvucu of this micro organism tho disease cannot be COU tracted New York Herald RED AND GRAY SQUIRRELS The alale of both Specie Are In corrlalble Klulilrn A very quarrelsome disposition has the chickaree or American rid squirrel and there are continual tights between It and its cousin the gray squir rel Them tight suldom end In a decided victory for either side Time Mimes of lath species are incorrigible might en It Is no unusual sight to see a couple of red or gray squirrels come tumbling from some lofty limb so lucked In each others embrace as to appear almost like one animal Though the shock of striking tho ground separates them It In for n mo went only They Immediately clinch again and continue to roll over and over lighting fiercely until one breaks away only to be followed by tho other who keeps up a running tight for soave distance until he feels certain that he has BO punished the conquered one that ho will not dare return Iced squirrels by their greater agil ity and quickness can worst a gray squirrel every time in a running tight but let them once come to n clinch and the Superior size anti weight of the gray squirrel are bound to tell Chica go News FEMALEWEAKNESS StPOCTUKDOct IT 1MI1 upertortoand I know whereof 1 peak I mf tend for nine months with lupprcuied prowtracedHIT hICk and ildea and I would here bimndlogbeedachc My lImbs would Swell up and I would feel so week 1 Meld not stand up I naturally felt beyondtheOardut came M a GodBond to me I felt a change for the belter within a week After nineteen day treatment I meniticaled without uttering tbe agonies I ucnelldid and won became regular and without pain Wine of Cardul simply wonderful and I wish that alt suffering women knew of IU good quaUtle Trtuurer rortUnd Economic League Periodical headaches tell of fe male weakness Wine of Cardul cures permanently nineteen out of every twenty cases of Irregular menses bearing down pains or any wcanicss If are discouraged and doctor have failed that Is the best reason in the world you should try Wine of Cardul now Remember that headache mean female weakness Secure a 100 botUe of Wine of Cardul today WINE or YCIRDUI fv prCarriage Satisfaction Here IBuggies v Phaetons Runabouts Surries P Traps Durable GracefulUseful Comfortable hodyflnlllh j giroNo than HERE No bettor time to buy than NOW Jricofl down to Hock Ixrttotn Qualities up to Topnotch We repaint repair and retire rt Get our prices 1 KENTUCKY CARRIAGE WORKS- C F HiGGiNS Prop Richmond Ky 11 w 1I DENTIST i For 30 days I am making Special W Prices on all Dontfcl Work Gall and f mtako advantage of those prices before I 11 it is too late J IItm m Office m MAIN k BROADWAY KYl4LL 44 Stylisht Gi J J J jQ8 RICHMOND GREENHOUSES IPhone 188 Richmond Ky ft Out FlowersI t L Ir C C C C r OHIO COLLEGE OF DENTAL SURGERY J Department of Dentistry University of Cincinnati Central Avonuo and Court Street Cincinnati Ohio icThis College was orgarilndln 1K15 and till roth nnnunl HPHUOH Ir beginu October Hrd UKMi Throe sessions of seven months onch are required for graduation TUlj in the first Dnntnl College oatnhlinhed in tho Weal It is coodutiationnl and hiss a teaching corps of twenty i Instructors IU buildings are modern and well adopted to till ro of modern dental education anti its chnlcBro Optical PpriuK and Foil courses In clinical iustnlction unllllrpaRftpdI I For further information nnd announcement nddrosa ITnID DS Dean 116 Garfield Place Cincinnati Ohio j ewwkesss r I ooeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeetlo otaogogottosoeogoqoqoiotiotobotllDgoe oICINCINNATI LAW SCHOOLS g Law Department of tho University or Cincinnati li g Established 1833 HAS 37500 GRADUATES Now building nod cquipmonrfl with nil inodorn conveniences o LnleHtnnd most approved methods of instruction with a splendid o corps of teachers e- o Throo voara coins loading to degree of L L R S S Tlw 71th year of this School September 2Oth1t05l For Announcements end further information address o oo000000000080000000000000000 DR MOFFETTS Cures Cholera Infanum Diarrhoea Dyientcry and the dl Bowel Troubles of Children ol Idt DIuI6fI tJMttEETHINGCasts Only 2Sc ftt Drrggisiq or trail 2Sc to C J MOFFEIT M D St Louis Me Mother 1 Hesitate no longer but save the health and lite mf your child as thousands have done by giving these powders TEETHINA Is easily given anal quickly counteracts and ever I comes the efeots of the summers heat upon teething children Jt lJ I 0 TJ ie tl a+rw