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I jT I 7 IEREA PUBLISHING CO IE TUPPER Manager Enttrtd at lAf Potlofflctal Hmo Kyatucdnd doss nail pialttr l1 VOL VII Five Coats a Copy BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY APRIL 20 1000 One Dollar a Year NO 451 TAKE NOTICE Prof J W Robertson Commix ioner of Agriculture for the Domin ion of Canada wilt speak in tho Berca College Chapel on Saturday May D either at 10 a m or 2 fm as will be announced next week Prof Robertson is a practical fanner and through his advice the farmers of Canada have so improved their products as to millions of dollara in their pockets He has probably dodo moro for tho men who till the soil than any other person that ever lived Ho knows how to talk to farmers Come and learn how to Rot more money out of your fatm Ho comes at tho Invitation of Bores College and the lecture Is tree to all IDEAS Thou shalt not wrest judgment thou shalt not respect persons neither take a gift for a gift bribe doth blind the eyes of the wise and per vent the words of the righteous Deut 1010 The really vital thing in every do nomination is tho same in all denomi nations it is pure religionethl cn charged with emotion Theology has no part or lot in it The vital re ligion of today is drawn from these convictions the fatherhood God the brotherhood of man the lender ship of Jesus Christ salvation by character onward and upward for over And their translation into practical life gives us tho Qolden Rule Now these are the precise contents of the Gospel And they are almost as revolutionary of present conditions as they wore of those in the of Jesus But connervatio orI rudiealthoyandnot the creels are the everlasting Gospel And they and not the crocus are to dominate the world henceforth From an Episcopal parish paper IN OUR OWN COUNTRY The Reverend Y Thomas Dixon author dramatist and destructive statesman as nol 1 as unmitigated nuisance as the Louisville Times calls him is ngaii in evidence Ho is greatly worriet over the fact that a million negnx are scattered around in the northern states and is his now urn InPi a the marriage of whites and blacks It is a pity that ono cannot logislat good taste either in the North or the South else Mr Dixon and his wri tings would be eliminated After tho aftermathof the rcont rendering of Tho Clansman at Springfield Mo ono would think that ono who ever read his Bible would wish to suppress himself at least for n timeFormer National Civil Sorvio Commissioner Foulke in a speed io Chicago recently said The Senate hah been opposed to every impor tant reform inaugurated by Presluen t Roosevelt and it is a grave quostiot whether the legislative body repro sents the people It opposed tltu Roosevelt policy on the Panama can al tho Philippines civil service ro cent legislation for railroads and the San Domingo treaty Are wr going to permit this sort of thing tt continue President Roosevelt has sent message to the Sonata asking that f the house appropriation for the benefit of San Francisco be increased tr 1500000 Subscription lists havi I been opened in all the centers ot population Secretary Taft ask that an appropriation of 1000001 be made to enable the War Depart mont to continuo its work of relief This is the greatest fire known on this continent and measures of relief I commensurable with tho calamity must bo taken FROM THE WIDE WORLD Harpers Weekly says that in tho last two years Germanys Southwest African had cost the German govern ment 150 million dollars and som thousands of lives by massacres In course of operations to oiibdue the natives And all this for a ter ritory that has no more than 500 European residents and of which tho combined imports and exports amount to no moro than two and ono half million dollars jfyear Can ou colonial possessions make a much bettor f- President Castro of Venezuela J who has put his country into tho hands of his chief Vice while ho recuperates t from the strenuous life threatens to invade the United States Ho says the invasion is toI be for two purposes One Is to convince the people bore that ho Is not the swashbuckler and semi savag e that he has been painted and tin other Is to show them that he knows the rights of Venezuela and purposes maintain them All of which is Important if true Irt 4p1 THE CITIZEN EDUCATORS I And Public School Superinten dents of Eastern Kentuckyt Met In a Three Days Conference in lereac IMPORTANT TOPICS DISCUSSED Visitors Wen Sumitusuily Banqueted Thursday Evening Ladles Hall Visiting Collate Bulldlnc and Srounds Much Enjoyed Tho fourth conference of public school Superintendents and Educu tors was hold In Berea last week lasting from Thursday noon to Sat urday noon and was a marked sue cons Everything passed oft pleasantly and the occasion will be long re membered by all who participated in it Tho visitors were met at the train Thursday evening by Professor Dinsmore Secretary Gamble and Supt of Extension Tupper and were taken to Ladies hull for lunch After lunch were taken to Williams Cottage whore rooms had been pre pared for thorn and then with Secre tary Gamblo as cicerone they visited the different buildings of the College Especially wero they interested b tho Industrial buildings and tho work goingon iu thorn At 030 they wero taken to tho West Dining Hall where theywith tho members of the convention sat down to a banquet where they wore enabled to test another lino of the industrial workof the institution After enjoying the good things pro pared by Miss Cameron and her helpers Professor Din rnoro the toast master of the occasion rapped to order and in his genial way introduc ed tho speakers of tho evening First President Frost told what ho would do if ho wero a farmer in Letcher County I Ho mapped out a very simple attainable ideal but ono that coal be productive of a great change of by tho farmers In Lvtcher musty or elsewhere He would knee his farm divided into fields for cultivation pasturage and grass no an to have a proper rotation- t of crops Ho would lIve fruit and flowers Ho would have cattle and sheep and heroes Ho would havo a homo with fireside and the simple comforts of home Ufo for sotsue family and tho wayfaring stranger Then ho would turn attention to tho community around and give time and cars to tho building up of Sun day and day schools and the social and religious lifo of his community It was a picture that warmed the hearts of all who heard Next Superintendent Mark of Louisville was called upon Ho spoke very appreciatively of what ho hind already soon especially of the spirit of tile teachers of tho Berea spirit I and said that it ho had thirty such teachers to odd to his force in Louis yule ho would revolutionize tho schools of that city Supt Mark spoke encouragingly to the teachers and Superintendents and very ap preciatively dl the work that is be build up the schools in Ii- tho stato and especially in tho east era part ol it Professor Josephine Robinson re speeded to tho sentiment A charge to Keel I Havo Sho spoke of her charge the girls of tho institution and of tho responsibility pit outailed in view of tho fact that tho young women of today are the home makers of tho future She closed with the follow- Ing parody of the well known hymn A charge to keep I have The Girl to glorify A neverdying Homo t save and make n fit place for time best man on earth to In Superintendent Crabbo of Ash land introduced na ono who Inn loft the state of his birth Ohio t settle in Kentucky spoke feelingly quotd a porsimmon on a tall tall tall tree was the object of longing suc cessively of three small boys Ono looked at it with desire but couclud ed that it was too high for him and ho had no polo The second thought- r ho would welt till the prslmmou full but the third throwing off hits coat climbed the tree and ate tho crop Miss Corwin then spoke on what the Library can do for those who are not in immediate touch with it Sho spoko of the friends of the peo of this region whom the latter hive never seen and of the of papers magazines and books that aro coming to the College for those who want really want them She told of the traveling libraries that go out each year with the students of the Normal department who go out to teach and of tho resources of the Library that aro open to other teach ers These are L Story papers for children 2 Papers of more advanced grades with n colored front page These m bo read tho pictures that tollstories can bo cut out for com position purposes and tho other pictures unity be cut out by tho little ones to keep them busy and teach them accuracy and neatness 3 Pa Paul containing recitations for school exhibitions and holidays 4 There are odd numbers and whole years of tho standard magazines that may be passed around among tho many who long for such rending matter Finally Miss Corwin spoke of the fact that the law provides that a school getting together forty volumes can havo a school circulating library and said that the College would cooperate with teachers wishing to establish such libraries Dr Cowley spoke of some diseases especially of the eyes to which many of the students seem particularly lia bland of the means of preventing theseSuperintendent Campbell of Boyd county told of time trials of the superintendents in appointing school trus tees dad of the experience he was gaining every day v Finally Rev Mr Hopkins of Col logo Hill gave something of his personal history in his efforts to se cure an education and spoke feeling ly of what Borea lion dono and is doing for his children This closed eveningtFriday morning tho visitors visit ed classes in the various departments of the institution till Chapel hour 045 when they came into United Chapel and Superintendent Crabbe of Ashland and Superintendent Math of Louisville addressed ih students and teachers Both gentle men spoke on the general subject o success Mr Crabbe asking Who- does it mean to win and giving tho following answer L To Win means to will to win This ho illus trated with several 3 To win means to work This also w vividly illustrated 3 To win fightd Mark followed f something of tho same strain speaking of his own experience getting an education and of his work Lu Louisville he told anumberof stories of those who have won success by consecrating their lives to their work He closest with the following formula for attaining what appeals to us as great and good n formula that achiovolIwere I will ho Both addresses were listened to with the closest at tention Tho rest of the rnoruin was spent in visiting classes tAt 130 pm the conference sembled in the Upper Chapel an considered tho general subject of school legislation Superintendent Tupper of time College presided and introduced the subject as under three hearts Faults of tho present laws Faults of tho proposed law Features that should be included In nn new school legislation Time faults o tho present lays seem in the estima tion of the speakers to lie iu the trustee system and in oaring action toward roiling any money beyond that coming from tho state solely to tho citizens of tho districts The fault iu the law proposed during the i tart session of tho Stnte Assembly appeared to lie iu the possibility ofI the four trustees belonging to faction or party and their using oneI position to reward their political friends Another objection made t tho law was in its taking all imuiedl nte control over the schools from time patrons Tho features desired In new legislation were adequate salaries for well qualified superintendents oblig atory local taxation with taxes col manogeIcounty superintendent andeuliicien teachIling Nearh all the members of the con feronlOtook part in time discussion At 2 oclock the Conference divid ed into two bodies the Superinton dents remaining to consider problems of superintendence with President Frost as Chairman and the teachers going to the Chapel stage to consider subjects of special interest to theta under the leadership of Professor Marsh President Frost introduced members of the industrial faculty who spoke on tho fcaeability and ad visability of introducing industrial features into the common schools Mr Flanery of tho Horticultural Department and Mrs Hillof the Domestic Science Department spoke on their specialties At 300 the Conference adjourned and the mem bers wero taken to ride visiting the brickyard and swinging around the circle of the Dorsa community At night the Conference assembled with the faculty and Btudpnta o4 tho College in the Chapel where President Frost presided over a Platform CollegeOrchestra Club ono minute speeches wero quoittlon ing thing and the most encouraging thing in tho counties they represented from an educational standpoint The following students of the College responded speaking strictly to tho point Farris McGloneCartor county li C Whijt Morgan county John D Munsoy Leslie county Carl Kirk county R F Boggs Clai SpenceLaurelcounty Va L F Brashear Perry county J W Kincer Rockcostk county and Wm Hopkins Ca couhty These speeches wore listened to with much intestcst and gave a comprehensive glance at tho edu cational conditions in the various counties Following these speeches the Ariel Quartetto sang and then Principal Lewis of the Sue Bennett Memorial School London Ky mid Principal J N Booth of thin Olive Hill schools gave brief addresses Saturday was in respects the great day of the feast for on this day there was held n general conference on subjects of especial interest to all educators Twelve topics had been suggested and of these four were quite generally Professor Marsh spoke on Oases meaning those spots in the educationalwilder ness of tho country that the effort and persistence of energetic and de voted teachers hero transformed Ho- cited ono such spot in Rockcastlc county find Superintendent BillIard was called up to testify to its exist ofsBoyd of Owsley and Miller of Estilland dista in which the visitors wero taken to the Chapel tower to view the landscape oer the Confereuce was roo sumed and tho subject How to se dicussedsby Gunnuof Campbellnto iHMthat the secret liesinaninspir mug teacher and not in special meth ads Professor Din more introduced the subject Shall wo hold County Expositions and the question WOE discussed further by President Frost Superintendent Garrett Prof Booth IMr Doan of the College and others idea evidently seemed feasible and the project desirable The last witsbvisits profitable This was opened by Professordhour prevented further discussion The Conference closed at 1130with much regret oU the part of many who had come under its inspiration and the spirit of hopefulness that Inspired all who took part in it thefSuperintendents and Educators at Boron in April 1000 offer the follow ing resolutions 1 Resolved that we extend a vote of thanks to Berea College for arranging this conference and that It is the sense of this meeting that such posior common sooas to late falland early winter 3 Resolved that we encourage the districts to levy taxes for school purposes and that such tuxes ho collect ed by the Sheriff and at the same time and in the same manner that colt we our power for the promotion of good pikesfrom5 Resolved that whenever practical we favor the formation of larger school districts with two or more teachers In each school 0 Sinco the state offers diplomas theIthat wo urgo the county superintend eats and teachers to encourage pupils to secure such diplomas 7 Resolved that we believe in us ing all honorable means to improve the qualifications of teachers 8 Resolved that a rising vote on the part of the visiting members of this conference lie extended to the faculty studentsr and authorities of htl811tallty appreciotlon ous work thoy are accomplishing for the cniwe of education iu Eastern Kentucky G W Garrett Chairman H W GUIlD M E Marsh 111 J I I i II II II zJ H fill II HI A FamIly Newspaper i IIeI I I I III I I I I I I I I I I I I I 1111 Z e t Will tome 1banb2 i t Once a week or once a month lay 1 aside a certain portion of your income r J h Deposit this in some good batik purs I I 11 if you like But dont neglect todj M 1 SAVE This money will come handy to you some day indeed it will r J I I 0w Directors 1l f 4 ti i J Burdettet J JMoorejv + VifJj 01 J W Herndon JE Johnson i I ETFihI 4 r P Cornelius W H Porteii i r Capital 25000 r f Interest on f me eposttsI f 4 Berea anhmnCo f- L I I AT WELCHS IDay in and day out you will find better prices and mow merchandise at our store than at any other place in Madison county We have the largest and most complete stock in this and adjoining counties bought for spot cash no time or discount consisting of Dry Goods Shoes Hats Clothing Hard J ware Groceries Field Seeds and the cheapest Drug Store on M eartha Druggist in charge so that one Doctor never gets to fill another Doctors prescriptions w Ar f Some OP the Prices Ii r Obelisk Flour 1 60vMedal Flour Ti D5 1Gold a uv e i t I 25 Dry Salt Meat i s Mz 08 and 09 03orZfor05ClairettIvory Soap e i VtVi 05or 0 for 25 r ISugar brownr04granulated 7 iT 05 1 T i Wagons and Oliver Plows and its looks lika r everybody trades at WELCH5Sj1xA- ooetokorKotRoko Rokot oatoatoooKoatoMor oKoxotto okopoMorororo 31 a 0 0K031a 1 Handy 4- t I I I- ao X- o 0 Not quite so handy for all parts of town Ia 0 but wcvcan deliver the goods to your hpuse o o I just I 5neN4o We handle j more different V 31 rls o- o lines of goods than any otherstore in town Y- j a t 1 0 except Velchs f o 2 r 3 I a o oi40- o r 0 oT iA P SETTLE Jr av i o f f 1- a C o JI x 0 Phone 40 xpa 0 0 o l0M01OT10110IIOS10VIiI oolloooxOICJliOJliOM OtOiNOtapp oM Under the Red Robe BTSTANIETJWETMAN IooerAte4 aMa flitty h rfero l CHAPTER VII CONTIHUKD M de BarUw she 4ald in a trem bung voice which told me that the victory was won Itvthore nothing else Have you no other pcnanco for me None Mademoiselle She had draW lne ehawl over her head and I no longer saw her face That Is all you aster she murmured That Is all I ask now I an wered It Is granted she said slowly and firmly Forgive mo If I seem to speak tightly If I seem to make little of your generosity or my shame but I can say no moro now I am so deep In trouble sad so gnawed by terror thatI cars not feel anything much tonight either shame or gratitude I am In a dreamt God grant It may pass as a dreamf We are sunk In trouble Dut for you anti what you have dope M de Barthe i = she paused and I heard her fight Ing with the sobs which choked berforgive me I tan overwrought And mymy feet are cold oho added suddenly and Irrelevantly Will you take me homer Ah MadOB9lsille I cried remorsefully I have been a beast You are barefoot and I have kept you 0 hereIt Is nothing alto said in n voice which thrilled me My heart Is warm Monsieurthanks to you It Is many hours since It has been as warm She stepped out of the shadow as she spokeand there UQ thing was done As I had planned BO It had come about Once more I was crossing the meadow In the dark to be received at Coche foret a welcome guest The frogs croaked In the pool and a bat swooped round us In circles and surely never never t thought with a kind of exultation In my breasthad man been placed In a stranger position Somewhere In the black wood behind usprobably In the outskirts of the village lurked M de Cpcbcforet In the great house before us by a score of lighted windows were the soldiers come from Auch to take him Between the two moving side by side In the darkness In a silence which finch found to be eloquent were mademoiselle and I she who knew so much I whoknew allalt but one lit thingWe the house and I sag Rested that she should steal In first by the way she had come out and that I should watt a UUta and knock at the door when she had bid time to explain matters to Clon They do not let toe see CIonTiB f answered slowly Then your woman must tell him I rejoined Or he may say sqinethlng and betray me They trill not let our woman come to us Whatr I cried astonished But this ii Infamous You are not prls oners Mademoiselle laughed harshly Are we nolT Well I suppose not for if Te wanted company Captain Larpjie said be wouldhq delighted to see us In the parlor He has taken your parlor I said He end bIB lieutenants sit there I ut l auppOgp wqIIbed l thanllfui she added have still our bedrooms left to us Very wellH I said Then I must deal with Clon as T can But I still have a favor to ask iuderaplsujle It Is only that you and your qlste wiili detcend tomorrow at your usual time In tho parlor I would rather not she said pausing and speaking In a troubled Toke Are you afraid No Monsieur I am not afraid she answered proudly But You will comet I said She sighed before she spoke At length Yes I will comeIf you wish It she answered and Uio nqR t moment she Van gone round corner of the house while I laughed to think of the excellent watch these gallant gentlemen wore keeping M de Coch eforct might have been with her In the garden might have talked with her as I had talked might have entered tho house even and passed under their noses scot freo But that Is the way of soldier They ore always ready for the enemy with drums beating and flags flying at ton oclock In the morn ing But he does not always come at that hour I walled a little and then I groped my way to the door and knocked on H with the hilt of my sword The dogs began to bark at the back nnd the chorus of a drinking song which came fitfully from the east wing ceased altogether An Inner door opened and an angry voice apparently an of Beers began to rato some ono for not coming Another moment and a clam or of voices ajjd footsteps seemed to pour Into the ball and 01 It heard tho bar jerkedaway tho was Rung open and In a twinkling n lan thorn behind which a dozen flushed visages were dimly seen was thrust Into my face Why who the fiend U this cried ene glaring at me In astonishment Morblcu It IB the maul another rllrii tIn html 4 In a moment half A town hands were laid on my shoulders but I bowed politely The officer my friends I said M le Captalne La rolle Where is hoi DJable but who are you first the lanthorn bearer retorted bluntly He was a tall lanky sergeant with a sin ister face- Well I am not M de Cochctoret I replied and that must satisfy you my run For the rest It y4qu do not fetch Captain Larolto at once and ad mit me you will find the consequences Inconvenient ho he said with a sneer IHol crow It seems Well como They made way and I walked Into the hall keeping my hat on On great hearth aflro had been tiltI but it had gone out Three or carblbes stood against one wall and beside them lay a heap of haversacks and some straw A shattered stop broken in a frolic and halt a dozen empty wineskins strewed the floor and helped to give tho placo an air of un tidiness and disorder I looked round with eyes of disgust and my gorge rose They duct reeked foullyIabf Ma vie It I had you I would send half of you to the wooden horsed They gazed at mo openmouthed My arrogance startled them The sergeant alone scowled When he could find his volqo for rage Thb way ho said Wo did not know a general ofllcer was coming or we would have been better prepared And muttering oaths under his breath he led me down the well kncwn pee sage At the door of the parlor be stopped Introduce yourself he said rudely And If you find the air warm dont blame mel I raised tho latch and went in At a table In front of the hearth halt cov ered with glasses and bottles sat two men playing hazard The dice rang sharply as I entered and he who had just thrown kept tho box over them while he turned scowling to see who came In He was a fairhaired blonde man large framcd and florid He had put off his cuirass and boots and his doublet showed frayed and stained where the armour had pressed on It But otherwise be was In the oxtrometit Ins t years fashion His deep cravat folded over so that the laced ends drooped a little In front was of the YOU SBBJJ SimPIUSED finest his great sash of blue and ell ver was a foot wlJq He bad a little jewel In one ear anil his tiny beard was peaked a I Espagnnlo Probably when ho turned be expected to seo the ser grant for at sight of me up rose slowly leaving the dice still covered What folly Is this he cried wrath fully Here Sergeant Sergeant without there What theI Who aro you SlrT Captain Larollc IIald uncovering politely I believer Yea I am Captain LaYolle be re tortedJButJwjpln the fiends name nre are not the man wo are after I am not M Cochcforct I said coolly t am Merely a gu1str house M to Capttalne I have been on Joying Madam do Cochcforefs hospl tallty for some time but by an ovll chance I was away when you arrived And with that 1 walked lo the hearth nod gently pushing aside Jilt great boots whlrh stood there drying kicked the logs Into a Maze Mtlla dlabpsi be wlspcred Arid- nQverldld I seo a man more confounded But I DIrected tobe laken up with lila companion a sturdy white mustached old veteran who sat back In his chair I eyeing we witty swollen cheeks nnd eyes surcharged with surprise Lloutenantinight Then the storm burst Fine night the captain shrieked finding his voice again Mill dlables Aro you aware Sir that I am In pus session of this house and that no Ao harbors hero without my permission 1 Guest Hospitality Lieutenant call the guard Call the guard ho con tinned passionately Where is that ape of tt sergeant t Tho Ilcntcnant rose to obey but I lifted my handI GenII gently captain I said Not so fast You seem surprised to see mo here Believe me I am much more surprised to seo you Sacred be rrl d recoiling at this lIeuten1an1head t But nothing moved me la ttin door closed r I said sweetly perrail I am much more surprised to see you than you can be to see me When Bioflaetneur the cardinal BOKO ed me I1JT aeudtec me Ton Part to awtfcit this matter he gave me the fullest I the fnllest powers M le Capttalne to seo the affair to an end I was not led- I to expect that my plans would btt spoiled on the eve of success by thn Intrusion of halt the garrison from Auch 0 hot the captain said softly In a very different tone and with a very different face So you are the gentleman I heard of at Auch Very likely I said dryly But I am from Paris not AuchI To be sure he answered thought I fully Eh lieutenant f Yes M le Capltalno no doubt the inferior replied And they both looked at one another and then at me underltandI It occurs to me that the cardinal will not bo best pleased I hold the kings commission he answered rather stlfljy To be sure I replied But you see the cardinal Ah but tho cardinal he roined quickly and then he stopped and shrugged his shoulders And they both looked at me Well I said The king be answered slowly Tuttut I exclaimedspreadinG out my hand The cardinal Let Us stick to him You were saying Well the cardinal you sce And then again after the same words he stopped stopped abruptly and shrug god his shoulders I began to suspect something If you have anything to say Monselg neur I answered watching him nar rowly say It But take a word of advice Dont let it go beyond the door of this room my friend and It will do you no barm Neither here nor outside be retorted looking for a moment at his comrade Only I bold tho kings com mission That Is all And I think enough For the rest will you throw a main Good I Lieutenant find a glass and the gentleman a seal And here for my part I will give you a toast The cardinal whatever betide I drank It and sat down Jo play with hhn I had not heard the music of the dice for a month and the temptation was Irresistible But I was not sat jelled I called the mains and won his crowns he was a mere baby at the game but half myy mind was else where There was something here I did not understand some Influence at work on which I had not counted something moving under the surface as unintelligible to mo an the soldiers presence Had the captain repudiated my commission altogether and put me to door or sent me to the guardhouse I could have followed that But these dubious hInts this passive resistance puzzled mo Had they news from Paris I wondered Was tho king dead or tbo cardinal 1111 I asked them But they said no no no to all and gavo mo guarded answers And midnight found us still playing and still fens lug CHAPTER VIII TilE QUESTION Sw ep the room Monsieur And remove this medley But M le Cap talne The captain is at the village I replied sternly And do you move mpve man and the thing will be done while you are talking about It Set the steer Into the garden opensob morplogAndBut M lo Captalne did not Give orders Well I give them I answered First of all remove these beds And bustle man bustle or I will find something to quicken you In a moment AndM lo Captalnos rldlnjbootMt Placo them In the passage I re plied Obi In the passager He paused looking at them In doubt Yes booby Ip the passage And the cloaks Monsieur There 1110 bush bandy outside the window Let thom air Oho the bush Well to be sure they are damp Uut yes yes Mon sieur It Is done And the holsters There also I said harshly Throw them out Faugh The place reeks of loather Now a clean hearth And set the table before the open door so that thay may ace the garden So And tell the rook thot wa shall dine at 11 and madam and mademoiselle will descend Ohe But M le Captalno order tho dinner for half past cloven It must be advanced thou and marl you my friend If It is not ready when madam comes down you will suffer and the cook too When he was gone on his errand I looked round What else was lack Ing Tho sun shone cheerily on the polished floor the air freshened by the rain which had fallen In tho night entered freely through tho open doorway A few bees lingering with the sumner hummed outside The fife craclled bravely an old hound blind and past work lay warming Its hide on the hearth 1 could think of noth ing mere and I stood and watched the man set out the able and spread the cloth For how many Monsieur ho asked In a scared tone For five I answered and I could not help smiling at myself What would Zatons say could It see Uerault turned housewife There was a white glazed cupon oldfashloncl piece of the second Henrys time standing on a shelf I took It down and put some late flowers in It and set It In the middle of the table and stood off myself to look at It But a moment later thinking I heard them coming i hurried It away In a kind of panic feeling on a sudden ashamed of the thing Tot alarm pioyed to bt tales however i id tlaagnia taking Autker ten I set the piece buck I had done noth Ing so foolish forfor more years than I liked to count But when madam and madomoiselU came they had eyes neither for the heMdIhad looked for a comedy I found a tragedy Madams altbershook at the slightest sound and un able to find any words to answer my greeting could only sink into a chair and sit crying silently Mademoiselle was in a mood scarcely more cheerful She did not weep hut her manner was bard and fierce She fretfullyIfcrof straining her ears continually to catch some dreaded sound There U no news Monsieur she said ns six took her tent And ibe shot a swift look at me None Mademoiselle They are searching the villager 1 believe so Where Is Clan r This In a lower voice nnd with a kind of shrinking ia her face I shook my head I believe tbej have him confined somewhere And Louis too I said But I hue not seen either of them And where nrrT I thought tbo u people would bo here she muttered And she glanced askance at the two vacant places The servant had brought In tho meaL They will be here presently I said coolly Let us make the most of the time A little wine and food will do madam good She smiled rather sadly I think wa have changed places she said tad that you have turned host and wo guestsLet It bo so I said cheerfully OIl recommend some of this ragout Came Mademoiselle fasting can aid no one A full meal has saved many a mss life To Be Continued TOO PRESSING QUESTION Wlttieii Warn llrlncUDl lo rlptp- bat Cave th Lawyer Ills Anrsr- Now and then In court counsel will elicit unlookedfor Information when e witness Is too closely questioned I During a recent case toe counsel fri the defense was endeavoring durlnij crossexamination to sans his client by throwing suspicion ca a certain witness I You admit said bK sternly tbit you were a constant visitor at the pris oners abode during the six montbi referred toT 1 do replied the witness cTba lawyer stalled significantly Then kindly Inform the court i whether you and be were Interested U any special transaction business or otherwise Yes we were Ah exclaimed the la1t yrr Tbt raising his voice he contltnwS And now no doubt lolt wilt be ao good AS to lot us know a lltttn more of this What was the nature ot the bus Incas In which yea bad a consMra Ia terestr Well sir cheerfully responded the witness If you really Insist on tigow Ing I supposo I must tell The fact la I was courting his nlece- lWhlkered I PrloiU Amid the Highlanders of Scotlsed many good catnciic priests of tM mountains and islands have permuwM to protect their throats from the raw damp ot the winters by beards oftw of quite patriarchal dimensions 1 remember says a writer r good e It Scottish padre who was electPdmt8 against hla will bishop of a highland tee nnd went to Rome to receive epic copal consecration with his cheek adorned with whiskers much mort voluminous titan tbo clerical inch which custom or courtesy used to allow to all catholic ecclesiastics The cardI- nal prefect ot propaganda who was to perform the consecration ceremony was horrified and Insisted on the ancrl flee of the whiskers before the const cratlou tusk place The blehop elect submitted under protest But he was no sooner back In his highland fastness than the whiskers blossomed fortk again i s How III Mililp Them StronH Two builders of a type too families in Amorlca were talking nbout some buildings that hud collapsed before they were Well nlshcdIways have Better Why my row of new batters blew down hr last weeks wind while yours woronl harmed All were built the same samo woodwork same mortar same everything t Yea said the other builder but you forget that mine had IpaparodN Y Tribune Native temeat Once when Mme de Malnteno WM had risen from the gutter to grandeur was looking pensively In the golden podl at Versailles her companion noting the fish In tho crystal wjitsr observed now languid the carp are Yes replied the famous beauty with a sigh they are like mo thy intes their mud XVIint He Vonld Slave done Sargent the painter recently wet a young lady whom he knew very w n- and she said Oh Mr Sargent I saw your latest painting and kissc0- It because It was so much like yooT And did It kiss you In re Uttrr Why no Then sal Itr irtgtt it WM not like mne PIEBALD CANNIBAL RACE Savages Whose Skin Are Brown with Pink Patches Found by Explorer Piebald savages are among the Interesting people and things of which Mr A E Pratt writes says tho London Mirror Papua lea land of which tut yet no explorers not oven Mr Pratt and hula son who accompanied him In his ex peditions in tho virgin mountains and forests qf the land know very much Fifty years ago schoolboys looking at their map of Africa blessed the dark continent for an easy place to learn says Mr Pratt In his opening pages A tow names fringed the const inland nearly all was comprehended under the cheerful word unexplored Such In groat measure Is the case with New Guinea today Its 300000 square miles of territory held by Great NelllerlnndS1are merce and of science to a degree that may jo some extent bo forecast by what is already known of very restricted areas I It Is a difficult country to explore and that for several reasons The moun talns are numerous and steep much ot tho soil Is broken in a fashion peculiarly irritating to pedestrians and tho na tives without whoso assistance prac tically nothing can bo accomplished ao difficult to deal withIYou are entirely In the hands of the natives without whom you cannot stir a foot All your impedimenta your food stores scientific implements and trade material for barter the equiva lent of ready money must go on the backs of your cannibal friends n people without organisation who are hard to collect and bard to persuade to follow youIThe different tribes which populate the Island differ widely In language and character but all appear to bo more or less warlike Tho men are wellknit stronglybuilt fellows capable ofIm- mense enduranteandatoddmoraentai of I Among thorn area number of curious people whom Mr Pratt Is Inclined to take ns a hitherto unknown human Cam ily although as will be seen front the following passage ho Is nof yet quite certain of this An Interesting feature of Hula wan the prueenee there of A piebald people ho says For the most part their bodies were brown but they wore marked with pinkish patches unevenly distributed This marking night be duo to a disease unteactel from a too constant fish dlot but If It were a disease I could not dls river that it gave any discomfort Against this theory must bo set this fact that I observed one man in whom the light marking predominated Ja tad lie was quite fresh soloed like nn European and lad light hair COMMERCIAL TRAVELERS In Austria They Must Pay Tax Slnd- Are Classed as Regular- Tradesmen Commercial travelers In Austria bayt to pay taxes and aro therefore considered regular tradesmen even It they have no open business places or sample rooms As a rule good agents especially If they have business houses ot their own refuse to represent firms who are not wall known unless they can get contributions and warchouao expenses They will not run any risks for Shrine which are unknown in Aus tria and M there are many firms who will pay liberal salaries If they can get their services American firma find ItI difficult to obtain them Many Austrian manufacturing firms have branch houses at the capitals es pec ally at lonna but some English manufacturings firms especially In tho agricultural line have warehouses and even tactoriea throughout Austria and when a traveler for Instance leaves tho railway station nt Prague the capital of Bohemia ho will soon notice the signboards of wollknown English manufacturing firms who do a largo trade in Austria and havf their warehouses even in provincial towns Travelers In Austria era robiUy I hard working anti respectable men very temperate In their hAbits and ox tremely dlllcont Nearly all of them travel third class on the railways and with the exception perhaps of those In the wine And spirit linos they are seldom addicted to drinking A trav eler who drink loses the riapcct oC his fellow travelers Crown of Gold The late Paul Lawrence Dunbar the nogro poet said JUt editor once addressed n Sunday school In Now York An odd Incident happened though at Its end an incident that Dunbar laughed at as heartily an the rest of us- Dunbar toward tho close of his re marks Bald And my little friends it you do all these things some day you will wear a gold crown Yes each of you some day will wean n gold crown A little chap fit thd front row catching the poets friendly eye piped My fader wears one now No said the PoeIYes ho does on his toot wild the little chap What the Woman Thought They were talking about the nqw star In society S She never laughs at jokes salt the man Maybe ahe has no sense of humor said the other man Maybo she has false teeth said the woman And they the converaatjion lan guished Louisville CourierJournal WORK DONE BY SALOON The Pollowtng Ix Said to Be the Ad vertlsement of a Saloonkeeper in Tombston Aris Friends and Neighbors I ana grateful for past favors and having supplied my store with a Ono of cholcd wines and liquors allot use to Inform you that I shall continue to make drunkards paupers and beggars I for the sober industrious re spectable part of the community to support My liquors will excite riot robbery and bloodshed They will diminish your comforts j increase your expenses and itiortea life I shall confidently recommend them as sure to multiply fatal acct dents and incurable diseases They will deprive porno of life oth era of reason many of character and all of peace They will make fathers fiends wives widow children orphans and all poor I will train your sons In Infidelity dlaslpaUon Igno ranee lewdness and ovary other vice I will corrupt tho ministers ot tell gion obstruct tho Gospel defile tho church and cause II much temporal and eternal death as I ran 1111 thus accommodate the publicIt may bo at tho loss of my never dying soul But 1 have a family to supped the business paysand the public encourages it I have paid my license and tho rat lie la lawful and If I dont sell It j somebody else will I know the Bible says Thou shall not kill No drunkard shall enter the Kingdom ct Heaven and I do not expect the drunkard maker to tare any better but I want an easy living and I hate resolved to gather tbo wages of il quity and fatten on the ruin of my specie I shall therefore carry on my bUll new with energy and do my heat to diminish tha wealth of the nation and endanger the safely ot the state A my business flourishes in proportion to your sensuality and Ignorance I will do my beat to prevent moral purity and Intellectual growth Should you doubt my ability I re tar you to tho pawnshops tho poorhouse the polieo court tho hospital the penitentiary and tho gallows where you will find many ot my bent customer bale gene A tight of then will convince you thnt I do whit I t say Allow mo to Inform you that you are fools and that I am an b nIeat saloon keeperaA CHAMPAGNE FACE What the Xen Who Work in the WIne I I Cellars of Bursting DotUeelt Tho Frenchman fact WM tracked and notched Have you been a duellstf ont askedNo no the man replied I hats been champagne maker He touched this face These honorable nicks lie said are champ gne scars Champagne scare he went on decorate the visage of all tha work Ga in the underground champagne the of helms they ore causod by the bursting of the bottles AbpJf one bottle ot champagne in eYer7 tin 4 bursts jPI wo ripen The workers down there nothing but champagne all day champagne escaping from burst smeltIAnd na the turners move along rackeath turns 35000 bottles they are continually saluted with explosions Bang I And the lam splinters fly and a little fountain of champagne porfumestho damp alt Day after day each bottlo must bet turned turned SO times altogether till the sediment in It haa all mounted up and concentrated Itself about the cork Then tho corkers remove tho oink let the sedlmenttblokenod wine tn tho neck of the bottle bow off and skillfully replace tho cork ngalru The corkers Jtnd turners work Is dangerous These men nro nearly alt scarred like meThe Champion or pair Piny I i And by way of comment the mlnolIIssue adds j- Thlg whole business scars 1119 inak4r and tho seller and the users The whole world bears the scars of rural IThnnka Oov Folk r a totter from n woman who thanked himforeloeingthe saloons on Sunday saying It meant bread for her fnlmlly where they did not haws It previously One auch latter from a gooi woman more than penaala for the curacy of ten thousand MachtlonSaloons in Jerusalem It ia atitcd that there aro 10 sa j loons in Jerusalem and not a book store or a newspaper existing ther i Tre know of towns that can support from three to five saloons and htyr neither a bakery nor a butcher Blwp they cannot be supported i Kit It Anyway If you cannot hit the saloon tn yeas a own particular way why d4 you sot bit U in some other body 1 wsj r Hl It jisyway Ililnoli Ur uo In 1History of the Eighth Kentucky Thrilling Story of the Part this Gallant Regiment Took in Our Civil War MIi ClUlTCH V tboJJ4 UuitelStatesessee It was now nn evident fact that tho rebels in largo force wereI invading Kentucky Many of tha- most loyal citizens with their fami 1I lies joined our column which was now raising clouds of dust on theI Murfreesboro road11e bivouacked IIatjoillooGeneralof September our column arrived at Bradyvillo and the next day at 1 intt c to march wero or h I NashvilleIy of the Twentyfirst Kentucky got aboard tho cars If we were not all of us sick wu woro certainly about 1 on an equality in present cash assets At tho Kashvillo depot while we k f Cwere holding a committee of the fcl R whole on our financial standing tho sight of our cheerful and accommo 4dating sutler was a pleasant surprise Wo instantly surrounded Uncle Bob and soon relieved him of his surplus cash and once more were able to face an extortionate landlord or a frowning rebel land lady and were soon registered on Mrs 1wicos books For several days our troops poured through tho city northward In a living stream The 7th late in tho day our command wore passing through Sick and feeble as some of us were wo had no notion of being loft in Dixie while tho rebels were invading the Captalnlllocllbeing scarcely able to walk had ChaplainPaulcitizen at a very low price intending to try to keep up with our command by riding each by turn It was agreed that as I was the most feeble I should have the first ride while they with tho others joined the col umn Ispent some time trying to cheaponofhad left after paying for our stood 1at last concluded to postpone the luxury of a saddle and gave a grin ning darkift twenty five cents for an I old bridle threw my guru blanket and fatigue coat on Carlos back and mounted with sword and pistols hal ancing my haversack ncraw the wi theta of the horse I made bettor time through the streets of the city than was agreeable to my aching bonus I overtook the regiment EdgeIAH the men wore covered with dust and their clothing badly worn espec ally shoos and pantaloons The men had boon compelled to wear their underclothing BO long without change that many of them bad bo cows infested with nnlnin army parlance called graybaoks Our rev quisitions for clothing hero were only partially filled and orders worn given ti to company commanders to issue only to those of their men that were rr in greatest need and as about all eager claimants for pants the I twere generally settled tho mutter the company Into lino and t passing along in the roar raised each mans coat skirts and those whoso pants had given out worst in the most embarrassing places wore or doted to stop forward and received Irrour command moved a short distance up the plko and biv ounokod for the night Hero Gen T L Crittenden took command of the Twentyfirst Army Corps composed For Thin1- t 4PoorBloodI You can trust a medicine r tested GO years I Sixty years of experience think of that I Experience with Ayers Sar F saparllla the original Sarsa parllla the strongest Sarsapa r rilla the Sarsaparilla the doc tors endorse for thin blood weak nerves general debility put nn this inDo old mt4elao uanat d- oIiaonUpiiaYIII thebipossibtrnr tfull lhouid II AJIr a 1 ihagalohIkljriipoaidiudsowilltAi qbowis I Jll41oJOoOoLoIIIoxauI- 1i ILlljers IAGUS DlIThe army was all life and bustle early tho Oth Canteens filled with water DUll a fresh supply of forty rounds of cartridges in our cartridge boxes wo marched on the pike through tJoodletlsvillo then Quiet Hall and halted for the night at1 Tyro Springs Hero n few more of our rugged boyn received another partial supply of clothing Before dark lIoeru tho Fiftyfirst Ohio and Eighth Kentucky boys hind straggled off in tho woods to hunt pawpaws and wore captured by n company of rebel cavalry within a half mile of camp All our boys es caped except John Townsend and he made his scape n few days after The 10th our column moved on fourteen miles and halted near Mitch rendoZou8jthour brigade alone slaughtered fifteen beeves and over one hundred sheep also n few porkers and many chick ens were taken and dressed in a pri vale manner Private Carmoody Our Irishman remarked Faith an wed not bo aRbor laviu tho state with lank haversacks or empty atom achs either At 0 oclock on tho morning of tho llth out columns were again in mo lion and soon passed the large stone In tho road that indicated tho Stato tho cboors1Welug for our long line of wagons to cross Sharps Hrnuch the rebels having torn up the bridge That evening we passed through the pretty town of Franklin Hero crowds of women had collected oni porticos and in front yards nUll played several Union Hags causing loud and long cheering from the troops NVo halted for tho night within five unties of town On the following morning orders wero given by General Buell that until further orders only half rations would bo issued to the troops of this command The Third Division from cause probably never known only to General Buell himself was detained here two days during that time the rebels had torn up portions of the L to N Railroad The half ration order caused considerable aging on on individual scale torI Barnes and other officers of tho remonstrated with tho men against foraging in our native state As tho Colonel said setting a bad example for other States regiments to follow But other troops did not wait for any bad examples to influence them when rations did not half satisfy their keen Rppctlt S A flock of goats and a goodsizedsweet po tato Hitch had already contributed lacklnfthalftheir example our boys thought the immediate future not very promising for bounteous living and our camp guards had been standing with their backs toward the aforesaid potato patch and had failed to heel the bloating of mow than one goat in tho corn near by At last Chandlor B of Co D caught the old billy of all tho billion in tho corn The old bearded patriarch proved too stout for Chandler Ho not daring to shoot caught his prey by the horns Tho goat in its frantic efforts to regain freedom came tear ing through the regiment our heroic forager holding on to tho horns with tho tenacity of grim death to a dead African sometimes on top the goat at other being dragged on tho ground by the muttering goat The loudcheering of tho men nor the terrible oaths of the colonel did not make him break his hold nor lose his determination for fresh meat Thus the two reentered the high corn whore the guards soon found Chandler with d few of his more tim goatshidemarched to colonels tent Colonel DuNo sir glvo your reaapus for this flagrant violation of my recent orders and bo dti about it too Ohonl1lorColollol I never meant disrespect to you but I seod them durued 35 Irishars agoeu fur the whole flock aud theyd killed all but that old tough devil He run over to our lido and by golly I was tortninod they shouldnt have hint an I Jist went fur em This earnest explanation cuma near tanking the colonel relax his asiumod stern ness Chandler was put on extra duty but said extra rations made It all right TO BB CONTINUED See the College Farm advertise ment of first class fertilizers Buy some and see your crops grow Bed rock prices yrrtThe Iuche at Marlborough The Duchess of Marlnprough who bai been treated for u throat affection of long standing was formerly Miss Coiwiolo Vanderbilt daughter of Wil liam K Vnndorbllt Sho Is twenty nine years of age nnd her marriage to the Duke of MnrlborwiBli In New York In 1803 was the great society event of tbe time She was reputed the riches and prettiest American bride who up1 to thnt time bud been carried away t Europe by a nobleman It was salt- her father gave her 10000000 with which to start houjckeeplng Imldrnt InIinK of Cuba President Palma of Cuba was born In Itayamo Cuba In 1630 and educat ed at the University of Seville In Spain He took the field In 1808 at this beginning of tbe ten yearn revolt with a large force of patriots was chosen president of the government organized by tho revolutionists at that time aud was captured In 1877 by the Spanish He refused to take the oath of alle glance saying be preferred to bo shot as president of the Cuban republic He was released by tbo Spanish In 1878 and lived for a time In the United States The Indian Cadmni If Indian Territory U admitted to the Union and as a separate state train Oklahoma It may be named Sequa yah In honor of the celebrated Chero kee Indian of that name who was tort about 140 yean ago and died InI 18JU This red man conferred a many benefits upon his tribe especially In Inventing a system of characters by which tbe words of the Cherokee tongue could be expressed In written language He was born In Georgia where the Cherokees were then living Ills mother was a full blooded Chero keo and ills tattler a German trader known as George Guess T I rlarchtp pekcr- The flagship uf Admiral Prino Louis Alexander of Uattenberg the Prake U of 14000 tons can steam twentyfour knots an hour and Is equipped with I SIllver RELIGIOUS THOUGHT Oem Cleaned Prom the Teaehlat of XI 1 IJruoiulumloii True poverty Is it state of heart which enables us to receive the full liens of the life beyond Rev Paul A Menxel Lutheran Washington Struggle of Life The financial struggles of life not only earn bread for our children but alsu uullmlted joys for our own healthful pbyglcnl and mental existence Her Dr l rail De Witt Talrange Presby terian Los AngelesSelf The most perfect result of the spirit of God In a man Is self control That Is what 1n n I means when he says Tile fruit of the Spirit Is temper aiiceJtov Dr Frau Crane Units vine Worcester Mann Chief uf Aiubllloni The highest ambition to shine Is as- a Christian It U a holy ambition that every one mny possess that reason die tate that conscience approves that heaven coinineudH Itcv Dr John L Brandt Cbmtluu Church St Louis Joy In ChrUtUnltr There U not enough of Joy In Christians and Its absence Indicates failure to discern the actual presence of one who comes to set all wrong things right and to forever banish the gloom In which sin has enveloped usItev Dr W J Williamson Baptist St Louis Secret Vice Vice In the secret wprm which eats canisecret vices which destroy nations Catholic education teaches how to combat these vices Ilev D J OSullivan Roman Catholic St Al bans Vt A Modern Jfed The worlds need today ls a return to Christ a fresh understanding of his consciousness of himself a new sur render In till the areas of their being practical Intellectual and spiritual to the regenerating power of his divine personalityRev Dr Charles A Eaton Baptist Cleveland O Ftrtllizor C C Rhodus 86118 fertilizer too A good stock of a good article See him before buying See the College Farm advertise ment of tlrsl class fertilizers Buy some and see your crops grow Bed rock prices ffAVf6rrH Ot- XClUstYf jI T ttAM3R CON SD The Sticker is the- Wiiviver Htmrnar Condensed Paint lead ill today because it is made to stick It a guaranteed to sUck for live years onlythreetheIrpalotmoney back if it dont and this Is not talkeither Come in some day and we Wilt show you how thlll paint is hacked by a guarantee of a half million dollars f in and a reputation of over u third willIltemanberlease dlRlertInthlasell and guarantee this paint J P BICKNELL Berea Kyr Individuality In wmneiiii nUll young InJim bah nt nntilmllvliluitl price will he found In my extensive linn which rmnprier rill that one torte de slrre Women understand the 1m pnrtanntof iirlrrtlii n proper hat Wti run nltl you materially In the elertluii lIm eof our experience and though you uany not buy lttxt yet you will be ncronlnl the sage rourte iii nttentlon tint il tlne niche nt trtxltlwent qr rlsttnra nn t IlIrBefore ptecltug rlewhere JOIn new Spring or SummT Unto vUU nw nt nlyme r dace In tIe atoat-C J Hanson S Jo stain Stree- tMISS ALLIE FOWLER SMILUNER SerM Ky Chicago Tailoring Company Mr W L Flanery represents this well known tailoring company in Berea and will fit you to stylish clothing of the beat materialand made to order at tho most reason able prices See him before you order a ready made suit Uptodate Buggies Downto= date Prices sCome in and see my stock and I willsave you money on any job you buy from me I have a general line of anything you need Buggies Weber Wagons Implements Har rows Plows Wheat Drills Corn Drills Mow ing Machines Hay Rakes Threshing Mach 4Groceries Engines Saw Mills Dry Goods Hardware Clothing Fertilizer yes Fertilizer I have in a carload of Globe Fertilizer just in time for your tomato crop also a special Garden Fertilizer Anything you needfarms town lots im proved and unimproved property in Berea Come and see me or call me up J P BICKNELL Phone No9 BEREA KTST 0 0 + LOUISVILLE Ie NASHVILLE RAILROAD Time Table in Effect Jan 1 1906 Going North Train 4 Dally Leave Berea338a al Arrive Richmond410a m Arrive Paris 528 am Arrive Cincinnati750a in Going North Train 2 Dally Leave Berea124 p m pArrive m m Arrive Cincinnati 010 pm Going South Train 3 Dally Leave Berea124 p m Arrive Knoxville 810 p m Going South Train I Dally Leave Boron1220a m Arrivo Knoxville 730 a in and3arryBulletand Knoxville In both directions Trains num ber i and 4 carry Pullman vestibuled Sleeping cur and coache between Cincinnati and Knoxville In both directions W H BOWER Ticket Agen- tKrrvprrrpIrprrrrprurrx pr 0 For Sale or I jRent Cheap kA nice little Cottage sHouse of four rooms on Depot Street Lot 83 t by 269 feet Callon j- X or address s IO D HOLLIDAY j REAL ESTATE AGENT MAIN ST IIKUKA KY itSlk71i1WA4SISIii7RwA4714 + C4d Ilb A UlAUANTlKII CUIIR VOR 1ILKS Itching Blind Binding ITotrwllng liles Drug PA20OINTMRNTfailatocurein6to14day u Call at T J Sloberleya and seethe best line of COLLARSTEAM HARNESS BUGGY HARNESS And anything that you need for a horse Call and get prices they will induce you to buy T J MOBERLEY Richmond Kentucky TILE ltONlTO- USELFHEATING SAD IRON Fully guaranteed A fast seller Agents wanted in every locality apply at once to the Manlier Iron Ca lie Prairie Ohla 3 prWG BESTD- ENTIST Office over Post Office R B ROBERTS Real Estate Agent and Abstractor of Deeds OFFICE OVER POST OFFICE I idler union from II to 18 a m Farms town property etc for sale or to rent Call and see me if you wish to buy or sell property a FOR SALE A few good Jacks Will soil or exchange for other property J W HERNDON 3 miles from Berea on the Richmond Pike KEEP CLEAN and get your clothes cleaned I and pressed by + J C BURNAM The West End Barber Shop Phone H 50c a suit is all it will cost you r MonumentsURNS STATUARY 01Granite and Marble Monumental work of all kinds done in a workman like manner at reasonable dispatchAll Golden Flora RICHMOND KY Corner of Main and Collins Streets Fish AgainIn CHDThe Best of Service to TOLEDODETROIT And to all the Famous Summer Resorts of MICHIGANI and CANADA Through Cars to- CHARLEVOIX On and after June 25 BOOK OF SUMMER TOURS VKKK VOn TIIK ASKING W B GALLOWAY General Passenger Agent- CINCINNATI O 1 e The Citizen An Independent Family Newspaper aaeuPubinsbed every Thurrfay at Iteret Ky BEREA PUBLISHING COMPANY L E TUPPER Editor nd Mgr Subscription RatosM- YAkUClKAbVAXCC One You 11 M- Blxroamh 10 Three menlhi 2- cBend mo by Ibelo1k JJmwy Onler Ki ItetleleredLetterThe date after jonr same flram to whet dale ynur lubofrlplkra li raid lilt In nol ehanga Wlthln three weeks aver sending us naury notify usf- oblorrlhfora Wishing Tna Cmirj slopped pmt notify ui at the expiration of tbtlr MIlt tcrlptlnn lwytn Ml invert wt stIli nildcr that they wUh it continued XotllT us at ones of anyohangeinyour adJrcn giving old and ney tddrcMM- lliUlnr nnmberi due to ui i the mills or othertrUe willgladly be sup lied if we are notified Agents wanted to every locality Writs In Nana Anyon tending ui lour yearly tub eripUoai will receive TIll elfIn oni searv q Immigrants in Demand A silent but titanic strugglo Is now on between two greet economic forces In this country says Broughton Draw denburg in the Technical World andI the bono of contention Is the pean Immigrant It takes people to work the thousands of great mills In the Industrial sections of the north and cast add labor that Is cheaper is In such demand as to be powerfully attracted The vast undeveloped reaches of the south and west cannot be made to become productive without population so that from the vanguard of the nation builders comes the unceasing cry of People people moro people A railroad Is Immediately Interested in the transportation of people and their belongings from the eastern centers of population which are the points of ingress of European Immigrants to the districts where they are going to make habitation but it is more profoundly Interested In permanently estab lishing a thrifty stock in the fertile regions which it taps Inasmuch as every step of progress the settlers make raises the value of the railroad by Increasing its business The trans continental haul is sufficiently profit able only to enable the railroads to hold their own in the sparsely popu lated strip lying between tbd Missis sippi valley and the Pacific coast To broaden single lines of track into such great fourtrack routes as tho New lork Central for instance it is neo essary that tho railroads traverse as populous and prosperous a country as hew York state Every railroad man knows this but tho public either for gets it or has never thought of It 4 nat is why the railroads are the leaders in the grand battle to wrench tbe immigrant out of tho bands of the eastern employing agencies which get first call on him when he leaves Ellis Island and which have the ad vantage of ready cash Instead of glowing opportunity to otter him By Their Pruita A prominent publisher In a great city deplored tho existing corruption fir in public places and resolved to place himself before the people as a candi date for pure and untainted govern menu He aspired for the office of mayor Ills journal spread over the city as a huge white blanket of moral persuasion which on Sundays treb led in thickness The publishers Supporters surged from house to house and endeavored to convince an Indif ferent people of their opportunity at the polls Magnetic orators held forth well hands In appeal and swayed great audiences Into reverberating ap plause The last shot had been SIred weary workers retired confident 1taat on the morrow ballotboxes would be filled to bursting with the vote of an aroused and indignant people Reluctantly on the night of the election the publisher was compelled to announce his defeat To sympa luizlng friends the rejected candidate expressed his regrets He sincerely deplored the fact that the people had not taken him and his efforts more seriously How can you persuade tho public to bo serious questioned an Intimate friend slyly when for these many years you have been flood In this community with comic sup plements pr A citizen or Colorado has offered 12600 In prizes for growing an acre of grain from choice selected seed considering quantity and quality to the schoolboys and girls of that state under 18 years of age The Journal of Education says this Is the nrstfOfler of the kind but it is the beginning or a line of inspirational prizes that is likely to become common before long It Is said of a Newton Kan man who has been studying art in Europe that he has won three gold medals and A precarious living There enough patriotic spirit gen erated sad breattod oat upon the world on these birthday Anniversaries to accomplish the revivifying of national life which Is being so loudly called for The only trouble Is that It is wasted in being always breathed out Instead of being broathtd In where it wouldW the most- Mood t NOTHING LIKE A BARGAIN This Country Will Continue to Con trol Its Tariff and Ad ministration Although the concession is but for ono your it may bo safely assumed that by next year at this time a porma nent arrangement will be made and that it will not be as tho result of II fake reciprocity treaty or any other concession or agreement by virtue of which we lose control of the provisions of our tariff laws or tho methods of their administration says tho San Francisco Chronicle Appearances Indicate that the Ger man government is about ready to ac copt in its dealings with us tho Amcrl can principle of Impartial trade We give to Germany in most cases and should give it all tho benefit of our DIngley rates which are our minimum gotlthornmaximum rates for the benefit ot Germany and some other countries A good many preposterous stories have got Into print as to certain thing which the president was to do for Germany on the quiet In return for tho concession of her minimum rates to us One was to the effect that the president was to Instruct our delegates to the Algeclras conference to side with I Germany against Prance Another equally absurd was to the effect that j the president was to Instruct the treasury officials to shut their eyes to undervaluations of German commodl ties subject to ad valorem duties in this country The president has no authority to do ether of those things and If he had the authority It is an In sult to suggest that he would sell the American vote at a diplomatic conter ence or order treasury officials to vio late their omclal oaths There has been no bargain made There will be no bargain made Germany and the United States will remain two friendly na tions and each will manage its revenue laws to suit Itself But as wo expect most favored nation treatment from Germany we should give It to her in return which means tho abrogation of all treaties which prevent it THE SHOE PINCHES THERE Point in Protective Tariff That Is Perfectly Plain to the Work- Ingman Suppose that to please Gov Guild and exGov Douglas and our manu facturers of boots and shoos we should repeal tho duty on hides says tho American Economist We should also of course at the same time re l peal the duty on boots and shoos That having been done our market would be open to the product of foreign countries and in a very short time there would be an Inundation of i footwear into this country against which our own manufacturers would have to compete In order to meet this Importation and be able to sell toots and shoes In our own market in f competition with those from abroad it would be necessary to make them as cheaply The cost of material be ing the same in both countries there would remain nothing to bring about equality in the cost of production ex cept wages The consequence would be the wages of all the people la this country engaged in making boots and shoes would have to godown to the level of wages abroad which Is about half the amount now paid here This result would be most unfortunate in Itself but there would be other ef fects to follow There are at pres ent considerably over 200000 people enraged It mjdns boots and shoes and the purchasing power cC flees people would at once be cut In halt In many towns and villages boot and shoe making is the only occupation of a large portion of the people To cut in half the wages of the people would mean the large diminution of their trade with nil classes of the commu nity This would be reflected In buy Ing the merchandise of others so that the result would be far spreading It would bo well to consider seriously before taking the duty off from hides thorI wages There Has Been a Change The disappearance of tho German tariff war cloud upsou many calcula thins regarding the congressional cam paign of 1906 The free traders wel comed the prospect and the American Reciprocal Tariff league was preparing j to go into every doubtful district In the middle west and convert the present protectionist majority in the lower house into a tariff ripping force that by a coalition with the Democrats would control action in favor of wide open reciprocity in competitive prod ucts and an allround revision of the DIngley schedules Germanys unwill ingness to begin hostilities has changed tho situation It gives reciprocity a serious setback and leaves the revi- sionistsi short of ammunition The country Is to be congratulated upon tho good sense of the standpatters in refusing to be scared by the German threat American Economist WNobody but a pessimist can believe that this country will be as bad as the socialist say it is Toledo Blade crVesuvlus should do all its spout lag before Bryan get around that way on his tour Bryan Is a dangerous rival Philadelphia Press crWo have neither tariff nor ship ping laws that drive American boats from the oeoms All saipbulldlnsr nm tenet Is free Every nerspiper of for eign leanings is against tho pending meQBureThat 19Ai1l1Mtcr of xourie Buffalo News Aumrtnut Art nub Hjni- uIt JpntUi IP StaJHrii By ANNA CAULPIELD WellKnown Art Lecturer I E arc Americans and the proper study of an Americanos an American Therefore when we study art we must begin at home The American is the compound of all the other races under the sun Begin with him and your trail extends hack over continnnts of older glories but no more brilliant possibilities ai culls his talents from the world entire and if he is new in the exercise of them his newness has a flavor that is unmis takably appetizing for more The American artist is the type of the race Study your Sargents and Whistlers your Inness and Abbey your Wyant and Martin and fnevitably you hark back to the old and older masters across the water who nre consciously or unconsciously the in spiration of these men Take all architecture civic improvement any study of the beautifuland the result is the same First know your own ideals and you arc inevitably carried back to the ideals that have gone before that built other cities The only way to realize your own measure is to compare it with that of another We have had two traditions handed down to us One is that America is without art The second is thnt art is necessarily n restricted subject Neither is true The first assertion has practically disposed of itself The second argues an ignorance of human nature Every individual has some art side The washerwoman may not ap p cciate a Mcissonicr but the trees in the pnrk or the window gar den of a neighbor may find her sense of beauty The peasants in France have their eye cultivated by the abundance of beauty around them They absorb it from day to dayOur people have less oppor tunity as yet But art is by no means a faraway subject It is nera- nd intimate The experience of ten years has taught me that the only way to learn art is to learn it in the concrete If such a thing were possibleif enormous financial backing ever made it possibleI should advocate a great traveling library not of copies but of orig inals It is not only the form it is the color we jvant Descriptions may be never so graphic and pulsating with life but the picture after all is the picture There are comparatively few good pictures in Amoricn except in private collection which would of course make the Idea of the trav elling library of originals an undertaking of Insurmountable dlffi culties at present But it is something to work toward pinion nf tIlt hiiirrit gust By MISS FRANCES NEWTON SYMMES Teacher In Kenwood Institute Chicago The education today looking the wrong direction Everything can not be pected of the schools lard for teacher be condemned for efficiency because Ute pupils who gradual from her daises do not possess the sterling qualities which are expected of them when the mothers these same young women arc not exercising proper sur veillance over them The modern summer resort one of the worst evils which the young women todayarc subjected Girls of and years old are allowed receive attentions from boys of their own age and flirta tions are conducted shocking disregard of the proprieties The young girls arc taken out rowing invitetl dances and live the life cf society belles when they should be romping about the free joyment of untrammeled childhood When they return the city and school entered the same con dition of frivolity prevails No sooner has the school contmonced than the season and there once begins round dances andballs Instead of staying home and studying their les sons young men arc allowed call anti the young society but of per haps years has her brain occupied with the flitting nothings which drive away all csroblancc serious work No responsibility felt the part of the girl and she grows consider life one endless round pleasureThoroughness lost art for thb average inmate the fashion ableryoung ladies preparatory school according the experience of Miss Symmes The patient memorizing of the days our grand fathers impossibility for the young girl of today for she trusts the books for that part of her lessons which can not be learned glance Nature requires period untrammeled freedom for the growing human being Those restrictions and artificial conditions which pre vail modern society the case adults should not be allowed affect the life of the child Work necessary and play necessary I these should constitute the life of the girl of I iiret1 ffitmtiaium Ntrt uf WtlUtS By PROF F BLACKMAR Chair of Sociology In Kansas University of U in ex It is a to In of a is to of 13 14 to in to in en to is is on at a of at to 13 of is on to of is a of to of is an to at a a of in in of to is is 14 W of The most general as well as the most fundamental problem of charity and philan tropy is to practice the lax of love and to lend aid to the help less and the weak in such fashion as not to I degenerate the stock or weaken the spirit of the individual race or destroy the social order I But there are still deeper problems to consider and there arc the restriction of marriage and the limitation of births- I do not see why we do not talk of this question plainly Some thing must be done to stop the multiplication of the unfit by heredity as well as by environment How this is to be brought about is dif ficult to say We are steeped in tradition and convention we have so much hypocrisy in our civilization that it is difficult to apply scientific meth ods But education legislation and radical social selection to supple ment nature may relieve the situation This with continuance of the social forms and individual characteristics may help us to eliminate the unfit If left to herself nature eliminates the weak and the unfit but science dominates civilization and civHtotion must submit to the de mands of science We must either cease trying to reclaim the weak or make a bet pauperism PROSPERITY INCREASING Will Continue Unchecked for Years If Discontent Does Not Creep In A buUotln Just Issued by the de partment ot commerce stales that American exports for eight months ending with February exceeded In value those for eight months ending with February 1905 by 1100000000 Of this Increase Ji33000000 was of agricultural products while 45000 000 was of manufactures- By themselves says tho Chicago In ter Ocean these figures mean little but considered in their proper rotations they give a striking Indication of our national prosperity And to understand what those relations are We must roipember that there are four great groups of articles of foreign commerce three consisting of both Im ports and exports and a fourth of imports alone Tbo progress of for alga trndo with respect to each of those groups Is hero summarized on the basis ot the figures of each for the first seven or eight months of the last threo fiscal years tho months ending with January or February 1 Foodstuffs agricultural exports and food Imports This is still our largest class of exports Its value was 700000000 for tho period end ing with February last as against f5C7000000 and StSOOOOOO for the come periods ending with February In 190S and lOOt It grows but Irregu larly from year to year according to the harvebta here and abroad Food aiporta are practically stationary sow ranging around SO000000 for the period But for our failure so tar to develop as wo might sugar and coffee prowlug in our new possessions those Imports would decline rapidly Z Materials raw or portly manufac tured of Industry Our mlno and forest erjiorts are practically ata tionary and tend to decline Wo are using those products more and more at home But our Imports ot materi als are Increasing steadily They were 1199000000 in the eight months ending with February 1901 SMI 000000 for the period ending with February 1906 had already reached moeo0 0 by the end of last Jan uary and by the end of the year will doubtleM break all records 3 Manufactures Imparts pracUeat ly stationary ranging new around 11800000 for the ported and feeding to decline Bxports growing stead ly and rapidly sad Increased tram SI38MMM tor the period ending with February 1M4 to ISISMOMO for the period ending wltk February INC to StS7000OM for the ported eedlug with test February 4 Luxuries imports only They wore SCtMHO for the period ending with February 1M4 SOMMM for tbe period ending with February IMC and about S1SMOMO for the period ending with last February TBOM figures straw jirotparity all along tile line Those of the seeend and third groups are particularly interesting I The prosperity of our agri cultural interests require no argue meat These figures show that not only Is this nation oae of the worlds great feed storehouses but that It Is also becoming its greatest workshop I i Wo are soiling to other oounlrlw less of our materials and buying more I atIstrengthening our position as inorcaa ers of tho value of commodities by Industry Anti our increasing pur chases of luxuries show that not only ate we doing more work but that it is also profitable work giving us money to spend for things not necessary There Is no question about our great and Increasing prosperity And whllo I all things human are transitory thorp is no question that this exuberant prosperity will bo unchecked for some I years If we do not become discontented with It and spoil It by falling to treat tbo conditions and institution under which It has been attained with common sense- POINTEBS AND OPINIONS OThe average ad valorem rate of duty on dutiable Imports for tho fiscal year 1903 was 4524 per cent less than any preceding year under the DIngloy tariff American EconomistI Petitioning the present congress to revise the tariff is a manifestation of the faith that moves mountains without disturbing the scenery Mil waukee News I ExScnator David D 11111 says he is content to be a lookeron In politics This is a good year undoubtedly to have a safe seat In the upper gAller- yIN Y Tribune William Jennings Bryan gaining strength dally In congress as- a conservative leader of the Democracy the only thing that Judge Parker can do Is to stand aghast Chicago la ter Ocean c aermany will not enforce herI high tariff schedules against Imports from America because there would bo retaliation and In a tariff war she would be hoavlly the loserBuffalo Commercial I Northern papers are objecting that a southern man cannot bo elected president In 1318 upon the Democratic ticket Well what difference does that make We dont seem to bo able to elect any other kind on the Democratic ticket Atlanta Journal I Although there Is no doubt that Mr Hearst Is capable of such a deed It would OB lie himself suggests be interesting to know how he managed to put his feet under the mahogany ot the Democratic national committee anti then stab his host in the back Isnt It up to lrVe Laucey Nfcoll to ex plain 1Dolton Transcript s4 talet- I I KentuckyrPickUps l t 1 DELEGATES NAMED Gov Deckham Announces Appoint rtJi 1 ments to Charltles Conference t I Frankfort Ky April 21Oov Book 1 ham appointed as delegates tbilumil the national conference of charities t nnd correction to bo held at Philadel phia May 91C next State prison cora mlsslonors McCutohcon Drown antI Green stato board of control Percy Haly Milton Board and D B Rod wino Mrs Deuba Brecklnrldgo Lox Ington Miss Emma Hryoon Coving ton E F Doak Qroendalo W C Nones George Salmon T D Osborue Mrs J B Caslloumn John It POont J P Hlld Mrs Kato Yayman Mrs Richard Turpin C M Allover Mrs Kmrun Gallagher Charles A Wilson Peter Caldwell B B Huntoon and Td Qrannan of Louisville COL SWIGERT8 FAMILY Private Message Says They Are 8af Lexington Extends Sympathy i Lexington April 20 Mayor Thomas A Combs sent a telegram to Mayor Schmaltz of San Francisco extending the sympathy of tho Lexington people and offering aid Tho only private 8go to roach hero onmo from Lieut Hasartl of tho regular array who wired to Mrs Dsnlol Swlgert that the family of Col Samuel Swigert were all safe Dr E O Voqng is In receipt of n tologrsm from Ufa navy department In Washington stating that Ills brother Commander Luclon Young was sate Falling to get word from his brother Dr Young wired tin officials at Washington DOTH FATALLY DURNED Daughters Cloths Ignited and Mother Goes To Rescue Lexington Ky April tl1h1 It lL MpPherson anti 17year old daugh ter Mary of Wolf county were born ed almost to a crisp at tholr homo ant err dying Tim girl was washing clothes when he dreg Ignited The another ntehed to hor assistance and her clothing Ignited from the daugh ters and before assistance reached them they were fatally burned Msysvllllans In Frisco Mnyuvin Ky April 3L Thorn Drowning son ot Dr A Q Drowning of this city sad a brother ot ClintIDrowning of Cincinnati hoe b lag In Son jniROUco for several years A letior WM frees him two days prior to the destruction of the city Two telegrams have been seat to him abuse and no reply has been re oelved At lent a tleten Maysvllllsni were Iq San Fnmtieoa and none bare been heard item y Solans To Testify IxHitovllle Ky April 10 Sonatwi Phelps Chsrlten and MeNutt and lisp- tamutlves Dowry and Dr W W Smith of Louisville were summoned to appear before the grand Jury at Frankfort and testify In connection with time Investigation of charges that bribery was resorted to at tho recent session of the Kentucky legWnture to Influence voice against tho passage OfiJho rcettBenf bill Clark Mutt Servo Time t r Frankfort Ky April 21Tbo court of appeals amrmed a Judgment of tho Campbell circuit court sentencing J II Clark to prison for 10 years oa con v viction of committing an assault upon n child under IS years of ago Thor j Judgment appealed from was rendered upon the fourth trial of the case in tho 1j court below 1 Haley Is Ranking Officer Frankfort Ky April 21ln accept ing tho resignation of Adjt Gen lIallUIOov Bcckhara placed him upon tho un assigned lilt of tho Kentucky guard with the rank of general Ho was so placed under an act ot tho general as 7 sembly at the recent session and In thus tho ranking officer of tho guard A Moonshiner Captured Glasgow Ky April 20J 0 Co pass a wealthy farmer and stock raiser who resides near Bonayr wa arrested charged with operating a moonshine distillery A largo still and all the necessary appliances went captured Copaxs was released on bond New Adjutant General Frankfort Ky April 20lIenry It 1jutant tIa page In tho assembly of 1890 ami came back as a member of tho host B- In 1002 I tSeeking His Sister 20Dr W O fBullocksearch of isle sister and her husband Ren and Mrs R U Cave who resldu IIn the stricken city Every effort his Ibeen made by members of the family here to get Into communication With them A Practical View lies nothing Jut a hypocrite y Isnt it disgusting for a man to nest his religion as a cloak IYes and whats more Its foolish for religion such as his Is fleece sarily so flimsy that bos liable to catch cold in it Philadelphia Father r88r nobblelamma14 1 MammaWell tpobbleWere wen y awtul taatrso when you papa jor did yom iustfeel sorryyfoJvhiiriJrrJudg I METHOD OF DIPPING SHEEP Prof R A Craig Describes Convenient Arrangements for the Small Farner UJjplug the entire uiilmal fn n oln tlou which will kill the Insects an ettectlve 1 Nrve wh ro only a fow snhnals are to bs anted A box or tank forthe dtn and n few foot of drain board nr- ell that u really necessary Moro eamtjleie arrangements servo to reduce the 1hor where larger numbers of Wi pare handled TUb adTantagw otn distal dipping f tann aro so marked that np tnontlpp t n UlHi nnde of an othors They are hsnper In the long run than any IwnftmaUe tank for u drain bona sn ljr fiery wajtnn bell will serv I Fta lA lIMPLy DIIIINQ OUTFIT FI04 si BRJ4ANRJT DIPIUNQ OUT 1 IT quits well it arranged on supports AS khown lu Klg 1 It must slant toward lilli feflkJUkajllBaiium Jbe liquid a It drlrm eebp The loot must be tlglitenoQch to prevent teak bag Where a large number of sheep are handled and a flied device U desired a chute any dralu floor rosy bo COIL strutted alp Aaowni Ju PJg 2 out of liKbt fencing timber Tbo mostedectlve dips contain sub pour Urns tobacco or arsenic In some proportions These may be mixed in a manner to be quite harmful and pro rautlon must always be taken to have the solution freak and not too strong The Colorado dip M made up of 3S pound flowers of sulphur 11 pound I unslaked lime and 109 gallons of wa ter A very cirocllve dip used and tasted by the baru of animal Industry U mAde ot 1 pound of flowers of sub phur eight pound anriakei limo and loo gallons of water Thta is WAde by tnlxlHC the sulphur and lime to a paste and rhea boiling for three hours In gallons of water stirring U rapidly Let this itand over night and drain oft Uti clear liquid to which add the rest of the 180 gallons of warm watert before dipping The eonriilned tobacco and sulphur dtp U made by steeping 16 pounds of I tobacco Jegvo In warm water for on day then boll a few moments and to stand over night Strain ort the liquid and add to It as many pour da of sub phur nil lobatccj used Add tho sub phur jut before dipping Dilute the whole mixture to 1QO gallons Yore trouble Is saved by using the i prepared dills now on the market elfllCtlveII curding to directions and never too BtruniC Dip the sheep thoroughly pulling them entirely under the liquid 4 for a few tceonds Then allow them pintsts they WAlk out of the tank The leas I In thin waywlll be less according ajf the kc p are dipped Immediately i iafter sharing STOCK NOTES ILIVEr g Ia trying tlmoforthe women 9lks- Sunilglit in the cow stable Is worth I money = r w Mulbn Is growing In favor with I lCrsI too ones few good horses and should have a Sew I deep t When driving never hurry a bore up hll Be cror kind ito the dam before tae colt it born Don t let the horses have too ranch water at the first of tho plowing eea ann Sometimes thero may bo a sore teat and when the pigs begin to nurse the pain will pause tho sow to Jump up and she will turn on trio pigs as the causeof the pain and Injure them Time to Stop Her Laying When a hen luiown to be a prolific layer negltu to produce eggs without abellsll Is quite time to stop her laying altogether for a period which can easily be donc by ptJIn tier on short diet Lot liar have rest and then probably a euro will be effected Give plcctXtOf variety la food taking care that the hen has a chance to run qut daily Breeding eese UreerfJng geese do not need special deeding or care They wllj keep them jticlvcs In prime condition if gCven un limited range of meadow where then can have ample A smell teed of oats at sunset Is often given with benefit rwhite Clover on Clay Soil clay soil lawns may be iimndo with white clover which grows tiipldlyl improves the soil and pro 1l pares It for grasses An ounce will plant about ten square a feet 0 MADEOVER POULTRY HOUSE An Instance of tho Genius nt Utillz ThingsIIt only cost us ill to move our old nowtftQrlnthis useless old building over Into a comfortable brooder house It Is not a handsome building a good deal ot tho wcalhor boarding is old the win dows are tome old discarded ones that had laid up In the garret for years but 11 will make a comtortablo roomy winter home for the pallets that ward e raised In It And next spring we will build a now brooder house Wo find that CO hens are enough t keep In ono house and we havo divided this house Into two parts Thee scratching piece Is In the front part end the bark part of tho building Is to be their roosting place This old building in higher than there is need of but the upper part we nav fixed Into n storing place for grain so we can feed the liens without making so many trips to the born In bad winI tor weather Theres no use trying to make pool- e try u success without suitable build- Ings and conveniences declares a cor respondent of tho Prairie Farmer Wo have tried It and know it is uphill work Rut where theres a will thore s a way On many Parma there are old sheds and buildings like our old smoke house of Judo UlJo afore of an eyesore than anything else that can be trans formed with a little labor and expense Into comfortable homes for the winter layers end cornfortnblo quarters they must have If we want thrifty laying hens POULTRY HOUSES A Discussion AS to Whether the Win Should Ito LUge or Small Idpws Value of Sunlight There Is controversy among poultry raisers as to whether tho windows of poultry houses should be small The men In favor of large winI don say they wish to Ret a great deal of llclit Into tho houses Those In favor of the small windows say that the glass cools oft nfpldly at night and that poultry houses with large whlIdews are colder than poultry wlljj small windows All ot our IP I Vitiimt tfJIir tvgsirI I I fnuy t 7iMhIhwr IHiI per Dy J- aiiiH I ice rnoroimoN OP AIR SUPPLY TO HBN i thetI losable It Is true that tho more glass the colder the noose but It Is also true that It the fowls aro properly protected from drafts a few degrees of cold more do not count for anyIthing In many of our poultry lUlmicnts MOW the windows are be lug merely covered with cloth DUct the birds are entirely comfortable In such houses There should be large windows on tho east south and west sides of all poultry houses says the i Iurraera Review This lets In the sunlight which Is a powerful Jermi nldo and which dries up the moisture in the poultry house Moisture Is an eaemy to nearly all farm stock and the drier wo can keep the poultry the better The poultry enjoy the sun streaming In through the windows I How Bees Embalm I Does says Horbls can embalm as Bucccsafully as could the ancient Egyptians It often happens In dAmp weather that a slug or snail will eater a boo hive This is of course to the unprotected slug a case of sudden i death The beet fall upon him and sting him to death at once Dut what to do with the carcass becomes a vital question It left where It Li It will breed a regular pestilence Now mores In the clovcrnusa ot the insects They set to work and cover It with wax and there you may ECO It lying embalmed Just ns tho nations ol old embalmed their dead When It is a rtoall that Is the Intruder he is of course Impenetrable to their sting so I they calmly cement his then with wax to the bottom ot the hive Imprisonment Sor life with no hope of par dou Merinos in Australia The Australians havo been using the Merino sheep to a very much larger extent than the Americans They are now well pleased with their for mar course as the demand for Merino wool Js vexy largo and prices art blghj They havo found also that the MerlI floe herd easily are good travelers when the pastures are short and stand hardships better than many other sheep IAmedicine to a is to place the uamq lna long necked hoary bottle Hold the horses bead well up Insert the neck of the bottle behind tho back teeth and he will be obliged to swat lots Jt Medicine can bo gives In this way with very little lroublelcareful IA market manIA mild enrjy louse crop I PARABLE OF THE SOWER SuadtySchool Leiaoa lor April 291906 Specially Prepared for Thli Paper LESSON TEXTMnrk 4120 Memory Verse 20- GOLDEN TEXTTh Seed Is the Word 811TIME A D 28 at close of Christ second tour of dalllee soon after event of our lout lesion LACKOn shore of Lake of dnllle probably near Capernaum BCUIPTUIIB IlBFRnBNCE8Parall l anodn Scripture Het19 Num 237 Nan 782 Mark 1328 Six occasions of the use of the word ho that halh oars to hear etc fa spoken by Chrlat Matt 1116 lt43 Mark 49 CtI 716 Aulh Vcr Luke 113 flee also Rev 27111722 3611 22 119 Compare also MaU 1212 2529 Luke thUUesePea 11112 Prov 2441 Ecol 70 Jer 43 1213 Malt 718 2729 2 Cor 127 Comment and Suggestive Thought V 1 Again by tho sea JiAUi frequently taught by tho Sea ot Galilee Very great multitude Out of every city Luke Entered taco a sal boat sea Seated himself as Jewish rabbi would have done at tb prow of the boat nearest the shore V 2 Many things by parables parablesepokeIon I moro All totaled to aspects o Christs kingdom or Its growth j V 3 Behold An exclamation to Attract attention quite possibly also Jesus pointed to the adjoining hillside I whore that of which he told WAS bofi enacted A sower to sow HI basket of seed slung under his left arm with steady measured pace he marched up and down his portion of the open field Jerking his handful ot corn before him at every stepTrfs tram V 4 By the wayside Upon th trodden pathway running through or by the side of the told The fowls come and devoured 1L Groat locks ot roakplgeous and crows dwell In tho hlllfl and valleys surrounding the Sea of Galileo IV 5 C Stony grounds a thin layer of earth covered a underlying slab of rock This rock becoming warm by tho sun causes tho seeds which fall upon It to sprout qulikly but also prevents their roots from striking downward and finding sustenance In the soil V 7 Among thorns Thornbear ing plants of which there nro many varieties In Palestine Choked IfThe thorn Using stronger soon overt top the grain and rob It ot the sun light their roots also rob tho grain toots of moisture and perhaps twine around and actually choke It V 8 Head this according to the He used rendering Thlrtyfold OJIXl fold an hundredfold it Is not uncommon that from one grain of Wheat sown upon the fertile soil of Palestine hale bearing 30 CO or non 100 grains are produCOtIIV a Ho let him hoar Jesus call to all Ills hearers inviting Ilium to pay earnest trued that they might understand and truly profit front what thoy had hoard twelvejtho parables spoken on this ocra soon had been given u little company truly desirous of understanding gatb rrod about Jesus and asked Him to Interpret them V 11 Unto you Is given Be cause you are sincere In heart and receptive In mind Tho mystery of the kingdom or God The secret religious rites of the Greeks were called rays teries The Gospel ot Christ Is a tnvs Vary In that It can be clearly understood only by those whoso hearts re ceive It V 12 Seeing not perceive etc A tree quotation from Isa C 9 10 bet ter rendered In Matt 13 13 where It It clearly shown that tho allure to set U because of willfully tb eyes that Is hardening the V H The sower sowoth heartIJesus knows that ills hearers this understand that Ho at the time of speaking Is this Sower The seed It the Word of God the proc I lamation of Gods love which He was continually teaching by gracious words and kindly deeds The field as a sub sequent parable tolls Is the world V 1C Thoy by the wayside Tnej whoso hearts like time wayside have been hardened by being inane a common road for overy evil Influence V 1C The second class of hearers hoar the Word Immediately receive it with gladness Their emotions are stirred they are pleased exhilarated made happy and without OilY deep thought decide hastily that they will bo followers of Jcsut Prompt decision Is not condemned but the lack of sin eerily anti deep purpose I V 17 Havo no root In themselves Their hearts do not really take hold ol Jesus They think themselves Chris tians because at the moment that seems to be tho most attractive life When tribulation or persecution arlseih Tho rockbed of selfishness lies under these emotions Practical Points- V 3 It becomes usto hearken at tentlvely to every message of God 21IWo are without excuse If tht Gospel message which comes to out ears Is not permitted to find lodgment In our hearts Horn 1 2021 I V H sowlV 17 Personal faith In the llvfnj Saviour i Is the root which does bob wither In the furnace of affliction Job 1316 IFAITH OF COLLEGE GIRLS There Is an Unwritten LAW Among Them Against Locking Up Their Jewelry The recent arrest of a young woman for alleged thefts from the Smith eel lege dormitories calls attention to tho nttltudo of college girls In the mat ter of safeguarding their belongings says the raw York Sun There is an unwritten law among college girls that nothing belonging to them shall bo under lock and Key and they leave diamond rings blaz ing on their dressing tables and their pocketbooks peeking out of bureau drawers If thoy miss a trinket or an article of apparel for a dayor two they do not worry arguing that Elizabeth or Genevieve or some other bosom friend has simply borrowed It Sometimes a girl will miss an opera cloak and make no attempt to hunt It up until she bad need of It her self Scarfs and gloves and handker chiefs are often lent In this same care less fashion Tho girls say that It shows a mean suspicion of their college mates as well as an unaccommodating spirit to keep their valuables locked up invariablyaIs always unlocked there Is nothing to prevent a wombn on anrooms a few chapeltyoung women to keep their valuables locked up The students look grave at his ad- monitions and for a week there is carefulsaway of rings brooches and the allowance which nas just come from home At the end of tho week such care becomes irksome and things are thrown around in any old way as before lUngs are slipped pincushioneare deposited In the chafing dish laces dangle over no corner of the mirror watches tick placid ly on the pin trays necklaces aro draped around a perfume bottle and doors are kept wide open again When a college girl surfers from matn If tho theft bo of money When the robberies become frequent she begins to think of a dishonest servant or men thievesWhen tho culprit is proved to be a woman tho college girl Is almost aa much upset as the criminal herself but It teaches her no lesson Maybe for a month she will not i leave her room without locking up everything but at the end of the month she will argue that the thief has been apprehended so that there la really no need to be so careful Whisky in Australia Australians apparently have about decided that if they aro to continue drinking British whiskies they must have them pure Five years ago tho annual consumption of Scotch whisky In western Australia amounted to about 2000000 gallons but now It is not much more than 1500000 The de crease is ascribed to adulteration Setting Her Right Miss Blawsomo Did you say that when Mr Ketch came to see me the other evening he was mean enough to go and stop tho clock Miss Ohllllcon Not at all Some spiteful persqn must have told you that I said he was ugly enough to stop a clock Chicago Tribune Governmental Edict Recently the Italian government issued an order that there was to be no smOking In business hours by officials whose duties brought them into con tact with the public tor those whose duties do not it Is left to the discretion pf heads of departments to allow or to forbid smoking But their discretion U limited to tao cigar and the cigarette No are to be allowed IHustle Helps fruit unless It U grafted with hustle MARKET REPORTS Cincinnati April 99 CATTLEFair to rood i4 25 I 00 steers 610 BBSS O6MHOOScmoce L 6 GO pe11FFlxlra4 CO UAM8B88pring low tlUOO 4 W 0 485patentWHEATNO SO O H- E1HCORNNO zmxcu 0 U OATS No 3 mixed 34 O 3tH- corVKNo x O 68 60 11 63 sprineHAY 14 66 O15 00 1OUK Clinr mesa 16 TS tin W S 45 U CO DIJTIPltChopdairy t lC creamery V 23 ArilKSCholce per bbl COO ep 6 ro POTATUFS1er bush 75 fi SO- SCO10UACCo Cp C16M Old 4 W OH 7S CHICAGO FLOURAVInter patent J40 0390 WHEATNO 2 red StO 914 No 3 red- COUNNo nS mixed W 47H OAT8N oS mixed tf KA- MHIIYU No 2 choice 6A IOIUC Mess prlme16 15 t1IS a1 UARDrrlme steam S 70 tJ 872V4 NEW VOIIK FLOUR Wlmrr patent 30 O4 S V1IKAT No 2 red 1 913k COHN No 2 mixed W t 7 OATSNo 2 mixed 37 O S1S UVK Wostrril mixed IIiJ-OIUMlu prime 17 a 17BO liAUD Prime steam S 80 fiSS5 BALTIMORE WHEATNO 2 red 1 rCORN No 2 mixed G7 tp 53 CATTLE Bte rs C W u C ao HOflS Good to choice 700 01 Z- ItUJSV1LLEWJlEATNolr 6 M- COl d o3 White II 49 mixed 31 U Sf y- POIt1CMeJe4 prlmn HIS BO LARD4ri 4775IIToEANAPOLIS C 1Itr 6 S OS T- olIOOBOooJ to choice 6 fA tc T- SBHJEPBM Rradot 403 9 50 5I Berea CollegeFOUNDED 1855 PLACES TUB BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OF ALL Over 40 Teachers and 900 Students from 28 States Largest College Library In Kentucky NO SALOONS APPLIED SCIENCE Two years bourse with agriculture for young men and Domestic Science for young ladies TRADE SCHOOLSCarpentry Printing Housework Nursing two yearsNORMAL COURSESFor teachers Three courses leading to County Certificate State Certificate and State Diploma ACADEMY COURSESFour years fitting for College for business end for life COLLEGE COURSES Literary Scientific Classical leading to Baccalaureate degrees MUSIC Choral free Reed Organ Vocal Piano Theory We are here to help all who will help themselves toward a Christian education Our instruction is a free gift Students pay a small incidental i fee to meet expenses of the school apart from Instruction and must also pay for board in advance Expenses for fall term of 14 weeks may be brought within 2050 Winter term of 11 weeks 2700 Spring term 6f 11 weeks 24 23 Fall term opened September 13 Winter term opened January 3 and Spring term will open March 21IThe School is endorsed by Baptists Christians Disciples tionalists Methodists Presbyterians and good people of all denominations For information and friendly advice address the Secretary WILL C GAMBLE Berea Madison County Ky t i eG e g SQe GG- Oi RICHMOND GREENHOUSESPh- one 188 Richmond Ky CUT FLOWERS c DESIGNS AND BLOOMING PLANTS W w I I +odo+o+o+o+o +o +o +o +o+o+oo+ o+oo+o+oo+o04o+o+o+oo I THE HOUSECLEANING SEASON JIo Is here and every housewife wants one or opiece of new FURNITURE CARPET or MATTING moreiTake So Look Through Our it will surprise you how well and how reasonably we can t supply your wants IF ITS FROM US ITS GOOD New Florence Drop Top BM1 Bearing Sewing Machine 25 ISO and t35 worth S50 160 and 65r tts O +O +O+o+o +o+o +o+o+o+o +o o o O O O O O o o o Carriage Satisfaction Here Buggies Phaetons Runabouts Surriei Traps Durable GracefulIUseful Oomfortable Stylish Our VWol ate every pee FLAWLESS fawheel body oarcarriageUtuNOWWt repaint repair and ratlrtj Get our prides KENTUCKY CARRIAGE WORKS C P HIGGINS Prop RkteU Ky I Madison County Roller Mills M441010l411 MtBuftjcturers Fancy Reller Reel Cora Met Ship Stun CnMh 4 Cwi Etc Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor wW W bird to beat PRIDE OF MADISON If Mother EzctUMl Filler IlIel4t1t14CII Potts Duerson tT TkHo SutlM Ky Le f g Also 500 400 300 250 and 225 for Men 300 250 and 200 for Boys 200 and 175 for Youths The reputation of W L Douglas shoes lot style comfort and wear Is known everywhere throughout the world They have to IIYe better satisfaction than other nukes because the standard has always been placed so high that the wearers expect more for their money than they can get elsewhere We carry a full line and can insure perfect fit inspection Inv- itedCOYLE HAYES BEREA KENTUCKY rJ 11 1I111 1111111111 n 1111111111111111111 1111111 II I II Berea and Vicinity e GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES LL LroJ 1111111 I i 111111111 Mis Fox has returned to her work at Narrow Gap General Sears of Chillicothe Ohio was in Berea Monday The Onion Patch is being dug up for the purpose of rearranging tilingMrs is greatly benefited by her stay in Chicago but will not return for a few weeks yet Major Grosvenor has been ill with a threatened attack of pneumonia for a few days but he is again at his postOur visitors made a very pleasant impression upon all who met them Wo do not wonder at the popularity of Superintendent Mark in Louis villa Mr FW Ferris representing the Cincinnati Cordage Company was a visitor at the Printing Office Wed uesday Mrs Ann F Gumm mother of Mrs J P Pauloy hag gone on a visit to her daughter Mrs Chaney of RichmondMr Scott representing the Whitaker Paper Company of Cinci nnati and Nashville was in town thiweekWork is being done on the Con gregational church house in prepara tion for finishing it off inside It will bo a great improvement Mr J P Bickuoll has sold the lot west of his store to Mr Robert Rich ardson Mr Richardson is making preparation to erect a store house on his now property Dogwood Winter has come tend gone and today it looks as bo sum mer were really here The trees are sending out their leaves and Borea is coming tq be at its prettiest Come and see if it is not There will be an entertainment at the Baptist Church Tuesday evening May 8 The public is invitedand a delightful time is in store for all those who attend Full particulars of tho nature of the gathering will bo given later Owing to the delay of our corre ftpondentstbisweeK our Eastern Kentucky News page is not as well filledas usual We cannot print nows coming in later than Wednes day noon and would greatly prefer it a day or two before Mr Stephens is building a very tastefulornamental wire fence in front of his new house on Chestnut Avenue If Mr Stephens is not care ful he will have everything done at his new place and will have to sell out and build new Mrs Mary J Jones widow of the late Francis M Jones died at her homo on Forest Avenue on Monday of this week Mrs Jones had keen a member of the Silver Creek Baptist church since sho was sixteen years old She was ill but a few days and and died in confidence of immortal ity She was buried Tuesday in the Silver Creek burying ground Rev i Mr Kitchen officiating The Y M C A of the College ex tends a vote of thanks to the citizens of Berea for their patronage at the Fountain Opening last week Es pecially do they remember the Por ter Drug Company for the 51 CO check sent them the next day This is inserted at the request of Messrs Langfeltner Hoffman and Simpson the committee having the opening in chargeThe Womens Club will meet with Mrs Cartmell next Tuesday night at 780 The program will be as fol lows Music Mrs Elfie G Lewis Roll Call Business Current Events Mrs Laura C Tupper Lesson Mac beth Papers Historical Setting of the Play Mrs Ellen Frost Who Is the Villain Mrs Thomson General DiscussionThe that the relief committees at San Francisco are discriminating against the Chinese in distributing is denied by Mayor Schmitz and the presidents of the different associations This will give great satisfaction to those who have been disturbed by this groundless rumor The great catastrophe at San Francisco has filled the columns of all our city payers the past week to the exclusion of other interests Tho latest report is that only about 277 people have been killed tho others may bo found later This has been the greatest fire in the history of this country far greater than the fires in Boston Chicago and Balti I more The monetary loss has been estimated at 300000000 almost a nations rans- omthroat Coughs A tickling in the throat hoarseness at times adeep breath irritates hithese2- re features ofa throat cough Theyre very de I and a cough mix ture wont cure them You want something that will heal the inflamed membranes enrich the I blood and tone up the system Scoffs EmulsionI is such a remedy healingIRemoves the cause of e the cough and the whole I is given newt strengthand vigor StuJ for free unfitI SCOTT 13 SOlfNE cbtmin1 409415 PtarlfStrtet Nov firk JJqt tnJftOO All drffjllUl I College Items AND THERE itHERR r 1 1 I I I 1 I I I II I 11111111 I IllI iThe excursion is all ready to start ion Friday morning Another suet coastal outing is confidently antici patedMayor C E Woods of Richmond was a business caller at the College MondayMiss Richardson and Miss Means of Boston Mas are visiting in Berea for a few days They are the guests of President and Mrs Frost Rev Mr Thomson gave the secot of his series of lectures on Astronomy at the Chapel Monday night High tension insulators are being placed on the poles of the automatic telephone system The reason for wireps j are unable to support it President McGrauihau of Krios villo College is iuBorea for a little visitMartha Washburn left for her brothers home in Maysville Thursday morning where she will make preparations for Sunday schoolwork this summer Clifford Britton was called homo Wednesday noon by the illness of his father James McGranahan led the United Chapel exercises Wednesday morn ing There will be about two hundred in the student excursion party to Cincinnati Friday A great time is expected V Atlcriiinth of the Canfnrrnrr Just before going to press we received the following letters which will explain themselves Louisville Ky April 24 1000 Prof J W Dinsmoro Berea College Berea Ky My dear Prof DinsmoreI am writing you to tell you how very much I enjoyed my trip to Berea and to express to you my deep apprecia tion of the great work which you are doing there The more I think of it the more I am convinced that you are doing one of the greatest works that has ever been undertaken in Ken tucky The good seed that you are sowing will bring forth fruit which will do much to make Kentucky greater and better State It was a revelation to me In fact oven at this time it seems to me as if I have not fully realized the conditions un der which you work Of ono thing I am sure however that the sturdy material you are using will bring best results Give my kindest regards to Mrs Dinsmore Dr Frost and wife and all the other members of your educa tional family With best wishes for yourself I am Very sincerelyE Richmond Ky April 25 1000 Prof J W Dinsmore Bores Ky Dear SirIwant to take occasion to express my deep regret at not being able to attend any of the meet ings of the County Superintendents Conference recently held at Berea I assure you that my absence was unavoidable and while I say it was a source of deep regret that I was not able to bo present I heartily en dorse and rejoice in the broad educational spirit and enterprise of Berea College in doing this splendidwork Yours sincerely John Noland A few preachers throughout the country are applying the Sodom and Gomorrah argument to the destruc tion of San Francisco Without doubt there were wicked peopltf in the great city anda great many things were done and allowed to be done that made thoughtful people sad But a man who can standup before a congregation and say that the Almighty destroyed San Frafr cisco on account of its wickedness is a survival of prehistoric times Neither facts nor the teachings of Jesus have any terrors for him Some nulr fur Correspondent In spelling proper names name of persons or places write plainly We can guess at other things but we dont like to guess at names Try to get your correspondence in by Tuesday night or by Wednesday noon at latest still something im portant has happened we want it even if you cant get it to us before ThursdayWe the right to alter or to leave out anything that we consider too personal or not of sufficient int crest for the majority of our readers We want correspondence from all parts of the country Let us know localitySignyou send us Wo will not publish your name unless you consent to it but must know who has written the communication I Faculty Again Defeated i jBy th Strong Normal TamWat a wood 8tm Faculty Nuds a Mascot to NIp Them Win Last Saturday there was another great l f game of baseball The Faculty and Normal teams played their second game und as usual the former team lost not because of the Normal good playing but because of poor playing by most of the Faculty Again some of the younger members of the Faculty team took advantage of the Social privilege rule which was laid aside for the game and could not bo persuaded to leave their lair companions ns a re salt some ringers were put in to whoIthe twirling for the Faculty did very effective work after he gained con trol of the ball He fielded his posi prore88ioualTho he stick Several times during the game the Faculty had the bases filled and it needed only a base hit to bring in a run but alas the hit did not materialize Much more atten hittingduringrondo tho best hit of the game Tho It was really a home run the profes sor seemed content with three bases Anderson and Bjder acted in the capacity of umpires and gave entire satisfaction Varsitybatteryof the game between the Citizens and the Faculty lost Wednesday True the Faculty used Meese the Varsity catcher to good advantage during the entire game but when Britlon the Varsity pitcher went into the box the Citizens scored only seven runs and these mostly on bad errors The Varsity battery proved its effective neSi lrom the minute they swung in to notion and had it not been for tho first two innings there would have been a different result The players of both tho Normal and Faculty teams were somewhat used up from tho strenuous exercise and much witch hazel and arnica is being used Much enjoyment is to hOJN1 playedFollowing urdays game Faculty Potltkut Normal pitcherHaneyMeese Scale 1st base McGl- oneDick2d baneArnoldO- sborne short stop Kline Canfleld 3d base Kirk Rumold right fleldRicoBo- wler center field Wilson Fulkerson left field Hopkins The score Normal 23 Faculty 13 Jfo ripe llrrnnt Young man I notice that you have gotten hold of ono of those stubby pipes that turn downward andare putting in all your time sucking away at it Now I am no crank and I dont care if you smoke your head off But I just want to tell you that you dont looknear as manly as you think you do as you stand on the corner proceed If a business man was looking for some boy to fill a good position and swaggeringdown he would pass you by You smoke because you think it is smart and not because you enjoy it In fact you feel pretty bum at supper time after keeping your pipe hot all the afternoon dont you Dont tell me you dont for I have been there myself Your breath reeks of stale tobacco and your teeth get blackand dirty while your clothes aru ready for fumigation nt all times Isnt that about the case Can you see anything manly in keeping in such a condition f Can you give me ono single reason why you should do it If No of course you cant Throw your pipe away and wait until you have yourfacepipe fiend It may be all right for an old man to suck a pipe all the time but a boy has no business to do it The boy who does not smoke looks better feels better stands better and is hotter than one who is always sucking away at un old dirty pipe Just ask the first dozen peo pIe you meet about it and see if I am not right Osborno County Kane Fanner Parties desiring to rent sowing machines for a month or more can get some at R H Chrismans Furniture store TO CURE A COLD IN ONE nAY Take LAXAT1VB IWOMO Quinine Tablets DruRKUti refund money If It fails to cure K W CKOVKS signature la on each box ass Buckeye Fertilizers youhaveFertilizers at the Farm Burn Berea t College Prices right THE SHERWiN WiLLIAMS PANT COVERS MOST Always covers more than ex peeled youll generally have paint left over THE SHERWIN WILLIAMS PAINT WEARS LONGEST- We can show you houses still in good condition painted many years ago THE SHERWINWILLIAMS PAINT LOOKS RESTThe colors are clearer and cleaner than any others sad have a more lasting gloss TiE SHERWINWILLIAMS PAINT MOST ECONOMICAL It takes less SWP to do a given job and you dont hive to paint as often THE SHERWIN WILLIAMS PAINT FULL MEASURE Most paints are sold short + measure With s W P you get a full gallon for every Cal1eajyou buy OLD BY The Porter Drug Co i INCOWOKATRD +o +o+o+o+o+o +o+oo+o+o+O O+O+OiOo+oo+Ot O+O+O+ OO 1At the UptoDate Grocery YOU CAN BUY ortthe very110llt and freshest goods I got them freak two threw times n week no stuff that has been on hand i tStaut1nnl Sugar COrnOO Oil22Go-al Flour00Ve-ry Bat Flour 05 Best Navy Beaus 04 + Brown Sugar01 tI of tinware all kinds of staple alult1 fancy grocerltRfontaro hoy all kinds seed potatoes mill ftt d Prompt delivery to nil parts of city iWD LOGSDON Prop 1 to+0+o+o+0+0+0+0+o+o+0+cho +o+o+o+o+o oo+o+ooo I X33333333333333333333 Furniture is a Necessitys I You must have it to make your home I or room look and feel comfortable for the winter There is no better time to buy than now ahd we have the things you need Kitchen Din I ingroom and Parlor Furniture Bed room Suites Desks Carpets Window Shades Pictures etc I i LOUIS0e LESTERNext to the Mill Chestnut Ave Phone 93 EEEEEEEEEEE EEEEEE E t tIL 0 oooooofooeoooQ8ooooeoo oooeo cNo i i hereoo and everybody wants new and uptodate goods and a we have them Consisting of suits for men and a boys Shoes at all prices for men women and f children A nice line of ladies skirts Mens andao boys hats of latest styles and a full line of mens w andwomens furnishing goods Call and see our o spring goods before buying rightiio 0 o 0 f CashStoreo I orRHODUS GREEN CO PRoPRIETORS o o O o o eOIIOtIOIIOIIOaOIIOMilee o I I TERRIBLE r I CALAMITY1 San Francisco in Ruins 4 I t Earthquake Destroys t i Eight Square Miles 3 4 Of Buildings J r 1 i x The Number of Lives Lost Is Es J L timated at Anywhere From 4 2000 to 5000t e f j I l ItVA1iofQdred Million Mark t11 tThree HundredThousand Persons Arc Homeless Destitute and In frNeal of Shelter Death and On All Sides Contributions to Alleviate the Suffering Are Pouring In From All Parts of the Country San Francisco April 1JHartb iiuako and are Wednesday havo pu- t4tI Francisco In ruins From 2000 I 5000 people taro boon kille- dthiinda Injured and tho proportj I CM will Qxooed 100000000 Thou Duds of people aro homeless and doe Inure nod all day long streams ot peo el hutS been fleeing from tho strlak n districts to places of safety It- asn CvlS R m wlien n terrific oarth iMko shook the whole city find BUT rounding country Ono shock apparent h lasted two minuter and there wai mmBYIHre broke out in various sections there lees nothing to do but to let the toleihqs time Rlectrlo power wasstopped and street rArs did not run Railroad and torn boats also coated operation The va rknw flroa have been raging all dAY end tho Ore department has loon pow f leis to do anything except to dyna ante tho buildings threatened All toy long explosions havo shaken the r Ity and added to the terror ot tho In habitants Following tho first shock t hero wait another within flvo minute hourfgreat damage area of IhloHiy weed ground of eight Miuare miles have been burned over The burned district extends from the water front south ot Market street to Market street and wQSt to llth street north of Market The fire extends out L IJ4WIL andMcAlister streets nearly 1 O the water aens Market to Montgomery and gornurIill a structure costing 7000000 M flat wrecked by the earthquake id than dostmylti by fire The dale hotel value estimated at IMOI- I also burned Tho beautiful ClOUt reckls bulldlW4It Third and Mar t stresU was Ill IUayto It41nR and duieri1of olhor sptb rn tires were Milo toifrayed Th9 iirainir and to tea t 111 I r no also tho Crocker building Icross II street from the Palace hotel For three miles along the water mt biitldltiM have born swept clean id the blaskoned beams and great elqlom offactorlev nod offices stand IhoueitPd against n background ul ma hut Is slowly spreading over the tire city The whole commercial ii ofilce ipotlon of tho city on the rti side of Markot stroot tram the ry building to lOtli street hasrben Hsunuul In the hell of lame while oily u building Is standing In the tract tooth of Market street Attn S despite tho heroic work of the 1emmt the troops of dynamiters yjJao rated limiting alter building and w up prowvty valued at millions Jfltintct tprORU aNon Market street tits north lfto mud swept up Mont tlghlly to Wash 4EmIg Montgomery i4ut arc satin of tho richest banks iijcl commercial houses in SaiuFran WocVnhor block of banking houses aro nuw masses of rod hot ruins and U will be Tmonths before tho noney that mwJMUBQS In their valuable reachedThecaravansary that 8 lh61jar famous people frOm all ftrrftSToftlieJworId was burned clean Nearly every big factory building 11a been wiped out of eItInre and n romplito ouuiuoratlun Of them would Jock like a copy al the city dindory Many of the flnest buildings lu tho city woreiaorellcd to I dust by terrific charges of dynamlto In thu hopeless efforts to stay tho horror of flro In this work ninny heroic soldiers poll Co men rind firemen ware malned or kill ed outright Forgetting for a moment tho terrible suffering physical and financial that trails In tho wake of tho disaster the scene presented by tho lames li one ot unspeaknblo grandeur Looking over the city from a high hill in the western addition the names could be seen rolling skyward for miles and tulles Mayor Schmltz was about early and took monsurns for tho relict and pro tection of tho city Gen Funslon was quickly communicated with nnd by 0 n m 1000 federal soldiers wore guard Ing tho streets and assisting tho fire men In dynamiting buildings Jon Funstou realized that stern measures were necessary and gavo orders that looters woro to bo shot at sight San Francisco April 20 Thursday night tho city was desolate It seemed that the acmo ot its misery was Ycach cd at dusk when flames burst from all tides of the beautiful Hotel Fairmont tho palace that above every other structure was apparently most strong ly entrenched against tho attack of tho Allconsuming flro And surrounding that lofty plnaclc of flnnto as far as tilt aye could see to tho south to the oast and far out to tho west lay In anal fanta tlc heaps charred and smoking alt that remained ot a pros porous city Tho metropolis of the western slope was tn ashes This had been another day of an un own struggle of man against uncon querable elements of nature Acre after aero had been ground Into dust mid ashes despite the heroic perse verance of the dromon to limit the conflagrationWith succeeding hour the devastation and destruction In tide stricken and prostrate ruin of San Francisco grows and grows At 6 P m It scouted at If nothing could save tho comparatively small portion ot tho oily that yet remains unburned The entire business and wholesale district In now only a glowing furnace while the giant tongues of fire which have Touched the westward far beyond Van NIIM avenue are wiping out buildings and seeking more to devour At 4 p in Mayor Scbmltz and Chief of Polio Dlaan saw that tho only hope of urIne tho western addition with Itll forest of frame dwellings and the Richmond district with Us thousands of haras was to chock tho cruel march of Uio wall of fire at Van Ness avenue which croeeos the city from north to south where tho retail stores and fine apartment houses end nnd whoro the residence begin This ave flue Is 00 feet wldo and tho posstMH ties ot checking the march of thr lames hors looked hopeful to those who were figuring ways and moans In the hour of awful horror The orderb were given to concentrate ove y fin engine in the city at this avenue to marr hall troepi of soldiers there the police and nil the army of workers apd make ono last stand tn save the remainder of the city Tho cooperation of tho artillery was secured and huge oannuua were drawn to the avenue by the military horses to nld the dynamiters In blowing up the mansions of tho mlllloiialres on the cast side ot Van Non avenue In order to prevent tho flames from leaping across the highway and starting qn their unrestrained sweep across the western addition Every available pound ot dynamite was hauled to this point and tbo sight was ono ot stupendous and appalling havoc as tbo cannons were trained on tho palaces and tho slot tore Into the walls and toppled the buildings In crushing ruins At other points the dynamite was used and house after house the dwellings of millionaires were lifted Into the air by tho power of the bellowing blast and droppedto tho earth n mass ot dust and debris Many of tho workers In placing the blasts look chances that spoiled Injury or death Tho fire line at 6 p m ax tended a mile along tho oast side of Van NMS avenue from PaclQc street to Kills All behind this excepting the RuMlnn hill region and a small district lying along tho north beach has been swept clean by the flames and from the teol hulks ot buildings and ptdqs nod shafts and splros have been drop Into tho molten mass ot do flspod so much melted wax Tho steady bqornlns qt the artillery and the f0ar of dynamite above the howl and cracking of the lamas continues wfih monotonous regularity Such noises have bon bombarding the oars of the panicstricken people since tho earth quake1 of 48 hours ago They hive ceased to heed the sound and ruth pell moll drowning their senses In a beUlum of their own creation There- seemed to he an Irresistible power be hind the flames that oven the deeper ately heroic measures being taken at Van Ness avenue could not stay While the horolc fire fighters Wore making tho last stand nt the line of Van Nose avenue panic reigned among the survivors In otter parts of the city The Intense heat nnd absence of water have betfn so terrible that scores have become frantic and others dropped from exhaustion In the streets The streets nro still choked with refugees scrambling wildly for nn avenuo of escape Since early morn- Ing when the great ruth of flames doomed tho hotel and apartment house districts along Ellis OFarrell nail Butter streets men women and children have been rushing or staggering under heavy loads of luggage sonic to the ferries at tho water front In the hope of getting to Oakland and the eaSt side of tho bay i others to the hills Golden Oatf park the ocean beach the Pro nldlo and San Matco bay Tho trip to the hills and to tho water front was one of terribly hardship Famishing women and chlhhcn and exhausted 44 HAP OF SAN FRANCISCO 8HOWINQ DESTRUCTION BY ITRE I The Black Lines Show Approximately the District Burned Over It IB studs Practically All the Closely Settled Part of the City men were compelled to walk seven miles around tho north shore In order to avoid the flames and reach the terries Many dropped to tho street under the weight of their loads and willing fathers and husbands their strength almost gone strove to pick up and urge them forward again Probonly 200000 refugees are strug sling to get out of tho city And hourly the task Is becoming more difficult as tho flro and heat cut off avenue after avenue ot escape Tho streets nro OIled with struggling people some cry lag and weeping and calling for miss ins lood ones Crowding all side walks In tho threatened area are hun dreds upon hundreds of householders attempting to drag some of their ef fects to places ot safety There Is no aid for any ono from outside sources In the awful scram DOWN STREET bin for snfety the haltcrazed sur vivors disregard everything but the thought of themselves and their prop erty In every excavation and hole throughout tv j north beach household ers are burying household them Into ditches and 10I ering the holes Attempts are made to mark tho graves of the properly so that It can bo recovered after the flames aro Sufferers are In vading the few that remain In tho hope of finding something to eat Thay only desist when warned by tho soldiers At the terry building a crowd of a thousand people were gathered begging for food and transportation across the bay Hundreds have not even tn cents car faro to Okland Most of Uio refugees at this point wore Chinamen and Italians who fled from their burned tenements with lit tie or no porsondl property The sufferings of many from gger Is pitiful At 5 oclock amob n hundred or more robbed n atI wagon of Its contents The po II made in attempt to Interfere but ware powerlwe Dread Is arriving from Berkeley and Oakland and ls bflng In the north end of town by the relief parties organized by Mayor Solimltz Thott II qf pOOllle are th lCTor standing gaslng with grim fllon tho lurid scene below Women antI chlldren and little babies In arms are Huddled together with tho Injured In Golden Gate park the po plo are crowded together with gnaw lug hunger the companion of all Thi wall of tho Injured ned the calls of frantic survivors for friends and rel atives who are misting are most pit iful These crowds are constantly In creasing and the relief committees are doing all In their power to got bedding and food for tho homeless Old landmarks made famous b association with the early history of California as well ns new monuments to the commercial pfosperlty of the California metropolis lave been wipd out of existence by the dread fill conflagration The Hopkins Art Institute located on tftob hill own ed by tho University of California and built by Mark Hopkins was d1 Blroedwith its priceless contents Close by were the Stanford mansion tho Huntington the Flood tho E W Crocker mansions All were swept away These were the handsomest private residences In San Francisco aqd were built by men whose names they bore in the early days of the citys greatness and who played such Important roles In the development of the Pacific coast San Francisco April211Jlunged Into absolute darkness Friday night at 10 oclock San Francisco bad not seen the conclusion of the devastating work of the conflagration The fire that started at Nob bill and worked Its way to the North Beach section sweeping that section clean of buildings was later veered around by a fierce wind and made Its way southerly to the Immense sea wan sheds and grain warehouses The flames were head Ing directly for the Immense ferry buildings the terminal point of all central overland and local trains of the Southern Pacific road The dark ness and tho wind which at times LOOKING KABKET throwing appeased buildings distributed sleepnq- to amounted to a gale added fresh terrors to tho situation FrQm Uio ruins of a threostory lodging house at Fifth and Minna streets 75 corpses have been taken At least CO other dead bodies are ex posed This building was ono of tbo first to take Ore on Fifth street At least 100 wero lost In tho Cosmopoli tan on Fourth street San Francisco April 21Next to viewing tho many square miles of ruins that once made San Francisco n city no better realization of the ruin that has come to this place can be gained than by visiting tho refugee camps located In the districts which wore untouched by the flames Golden Gate park was tho Mecca of tho destitute This Immense playground ot the municipality has bean converted Into a vast mushroom city that bears striking resemblance to the fleeting towns located on the border of a gov ernment reservation about tp be open id to public settlement t Many of the homeless people are In possession of comfortable clothing and bed covering but the great bulk of them are In need Tho grass Is their bed and their dally clothing tho only protection against the penetrating tog of the ocean or the chilling dew of the morning Fresh meat disappeared Wednaday morning and canned foods and brood stutts are the only Victuals In evidence Notialono are the parks tho places ot refuge Every large vacant lot In the safe zones has been preempted and even the cemeteries are crowded A well known young lady of sodal position when naked Friday where she had spent tho night replied On a gray I 1 Francisco April 28Had It not Scon for the sight of the nude altars wt up In the open air wherever San Franciscos homeless thousands were camped ono would have had some dif foully In finding any of tho peaceful fsociatlona of Sabbath In this city Sunday Everywhere throughout tho burned as well as tho remaining section of the city there was the greatest activity Streets wore being cleared of debris laborers ware repairing brekon water pipes sewers and gas mains electricians everywhere were seeking to unentnnplo the almost hope less confusion of wIresIn tact San Francisco vas In the first stages of Its regenerationThere no hungry people Sun t day night Tho gaunt spectre of star vation has J eon banished by the magnificent response of the people of Call- fornin tn particular and by the entire nation In general to tho appeals that went cut for assistance Food by tho carload and boatload poured Into Oak land Saturday night and Sunday In luftlclcnt quantities to overwhelm tho committee which has In charge its dis tribution So great was tho volume of foodstuffs brought Into the general depot nt Oakland Mole that tho general committee made nn appeal for skilled labor In tho handling of theso sup plies Grocers butchers and commis lIon men have been requested to so cure men who are familiar in the handling of foodstuffs In order tnat iho contusIon attendant upon tho this tribution at tho scores of stations established might go on without con fusionTho total number of bodies recov ered and burled up to Sunday night is GOO No complete record can be had at thin time as many bodies have been burled without permits from the cor oner and the board of health The searchers of the coroners board and health department found not more Ihnn 20 bodies Sunday They wore burled Immediately A few of these bodies could be Identified and the graves were marked with numbers It Is Impossible at tho present time to obtain any sort of death list or even to make a reliable estimate of tho number of casualties Whenever a body Is found It Is burled ImmedIate- ly without any formality whatever and as the burials have been mado at widely separated parts of the city by different bodies of searchers who do not even make a prompt report to headquarters considerable confusion has rcstiltcd In estimating the number of casualltlcs and exaggerated reports have resulted Tho health of tho scores of thousands camped In the open air is under the circumstances remarkably good There have of course been ov oral cases of pneumonia reported and colds are qulto common but there Is nothing like an epidemic of pulmon ary troubles The board of health report that thero Is very little contagi out disease For tho treatment of those cases hqspltals have been pro vlded An Interesting Item from the Golden park district Sunday was tho report of the birth of 18 babies These cases have received prompt and effi dent attention and tho mothers and children removed to the various maternity hospitals Tho firo having exhausted Itself with tho exception of the still flaming embers In a thousand places hero and there a press representative for the purpose of determining with accuracy tho boundaries of tho conflagration went out In an automobile which skirt ed the fire on Its tour sides The register ot this machine at tho end of the trip showed that It had traveled 26 miles which therefore may be taken as tho length of tho lino alongwhich tho flames traveled There are In eluded tho financial commercial and most ot the densely populated portion of tho residence district with all tho splendid Institutions and great man slops that bad grown up with tho prog roes of the city Tho extent of the burned area Is seven square miles South of Market street the loss of life was mostly brought about by the collapsing of many cheap and crowded lodging houses Among others tho caving In of the Royal corner Fourth and Minna streets added to tho horror ot tho situation by tho shrieks of Its many scores of victims imbedded In the ruins The collapsing of tho Portland house on SUth street between Mission dud Market camo about In a similar manner Fully CO persons were entombed amidst the crash of limbs and brick Many of theso were saved before the fire event- uallY crept to the scone The largo firestory Brunswick rooming house with Its SOD rooms filled with guests on the corner of Sixth and Howard streets collapsed entirely and fire started amidst the ruins scarcely five minutes later It Is estimated that over 300 persons lost thelrllves Part of the large Metropolitan house cor ner Fifth and Mission streets col lapsed at the very first tremble Many of tho sleepers wero burled In the ruins others escaped In their night clothes At 775 Mission street the Wilson house with Its four stories and 80 rooms tell to tho ground a mass of ruins As far as hnbwnvery few of tho Inmates wero rescued The Denver house on lower Third street with Its many rooms fared tho same fate and none may ever knowhow many were klllcl tho maJorityof tho Inmates being strangers i AT OAKLAND Caring for 75000 People and Is Pre pared For Twice That Number Oakland Cal April 23 Oakland is caring for 75000 people rendered homeless by the San Francisco dls aster and Is prepared to care for twice as many The knight of the Influx has beqn reached and the number of the refugees Is slightly decreasing Al though tney are slit coming In largo numbers still more are leaving on every train for different points Requests for tree transportation are investigated as closely as possible and all the deserving are sent away Women and children and married men who wish to join their families In dif ferent parts of the state are given tho preference The transportationbureau Is on a suet corner where a man stands on n box and calls the names of those who are entitled to passes Buckman With 800 Tons Sails Seattle Wash April 22Tiro steamer Duckman sailed M noon with 00 tons of supplies for San Francisco sufferers Eleven hundred tons of sup plies aro now piled uo on the wharf 1JBODIES CREMATEIl Two Hundred Ordered Burned by Coroner of San Francisco The Names of the Dead May Never Be Known Systematic Search Is Being Made For Other Bodies San Francisco April 23Two hun dred bodies found in tho Fotrcro dis trict south of Shannon street in the vicinity of tho Union Iron works were cremated at the Six Mlle house by the order of Coroner Walsh This information was obtained at the board of health headquarters Some of tho dead were victims of falling buildings some worn killed In tho fire but It Is believed by the board of health that the majority died from ptomaine pots oning So many dead wero found In this limited area that cremation was deemed absolutely necessary to prevent disease Tho names of some of the dead wore learned but Inthe ma Jorlty of cases identification was Im- possIble owing to the mutilation ot the features A systematic search for bodies of the victims of the earth quake and fire Is being made by the coroner and state board of health Inspectors The city has been divided Into sanitary districts and squads of searchers have been sent out to every quarter Tho ruins of tho burned buildings In the business and the old residence section have sufficiently cooled to make the search possible The body of an infant was found In tho center of Union street near Du pont There was nothing by which it could 1o Identified It was learned however that a number of people bad camped at this place and It Is pre eumed that the child died and was left when the party was forced to move Three bodies were found In tho ruins of tho house on Harrison street be tween First and Second They had been burned beyond possibility ot Identification At noon reports have been mado by deputies sent out by the board ot health ot the finding of 23 bodies in various parts of tho city row of them could be Identified The bodies wero bdricdln various places and the graves numbered TOTAL OF 11869684 That Is the Gigantic Sum Reached For Victims of the Big Quake New York April 23 Contributions from all over tho United Stated for the San Francisco sufferers has reached the grand total of J118C9C84 In addi tion food clothing and medicinal and other supplies hundreds of thousands of tons In weight were being hurried to San Francisco as fast as trains with the right of way over everything and steamers could get them there The trains told of In scattered dIe patches were loaded with 3480 tons ot provisions equaling 2323000 rations enough to feed 300000 persons for eight days Congress heeding a message from tho president appropriated another 1000000 CHAIRMAN SHONTS Arrives From the Isthmus and Praises the Conditions There New York April 23 Theodore P Shonts chairman ot the Panama Canal commission who arrived from the idtbmns on the steamer Colon wept to Washington In an Interview Mr Shonts spoke enthusiastically ot the condition of affairs In the canal zone and highly praised tho work of Chief Engineer Stevens The effective work ing force on tho canal April 1 num bored 17681 persons Health coadl I Itons Mr ghonts said are roost satis factory the sick rate being 20 in 1000 There were 4 GO vacant beds In tho hos pital during March AN ILLINOIS VETERAN Lost Wife and Children Grandson and SonlnLaw In Frisco Danville III April 2tWord was received by Capt E 13 Wicks commander of Company M At tho soldiers home of tho death of his wife son Charles F Wicks soninlaw and daughter Mr nnd Mrs Clarence B Allen and grandson Paul B Allen in the San Francisco earthquake They resided in a largo fiat building at 45 Sharon street Portlands Subscription Portland Ore April 23Up to Sat urday night the total subscription re ported for San Francisco relief work amounted to 100000 Tho committee says that when All subscriptions se cured Saturday are reported tho total will amount to 250000 s Judge McKenna Tenders Resignation San Juan P R April 23Chaa F McKenna of Pittsburg judge of tho hasIassociation Is responsible for Judge McKcnnas resignation Clarence H Mackeys Offer New York April 20 Clareaco II Mackey president of the Postal Tele I graph Cable Co telegraphed to presl dent Wheoloir of the University of- willI California at Berkeley saying ho- I contribute 100000 toward the erection of a new building for tho university Train Load of Supplies En Route Pittsburgh Pa April 21A govern ment train of 13 cars with n consign ment of tents And supplies for the relief of tho earthquake sufferers passed through Plttsburs en route tq Salt Francisco it rQIUvI I I I I I I r I I I trr I iI I I I I I r I I I I I I I I r r r I I r I I r I H I I I I I Eastern Kentucky News I I Ho ooireipoadttc paW ulen UM It MI by the writer The um It Mt for publication Ut at an trUttc of food faith Writ plainly r MADISON COUNTY DREYFUS firApril24Mr Boso Lnin and wife Mrs Hazlowood of Mote S- ulayHarry n t t Johnson made a busi f1C88 trip to Richmond Saturday intthis vicinity a few days ngoLnw renco Powell attended court at Lan caster MondayDan Morris of Me Kce has been visiting relatives this vicinity last weekJim Morr of Boron was here a tow days ago W C Ogg and wife of Brassfie l visited relatives here Sunday Lorn Kimberlain attended the G A meetingat Berea SaturdayLowis Sandlin and wife of Kingston we the guests of J C Powell and Tamil Sunday Everett Jones who is a tending a business college in Lox ington is visiting homo folks flu weekMrs J K Sandlin who j pneumonia is improving Ro James Parsons filled regular appoin- meat at the Baptist Church Sunda The attendance was large Mrs Georgq Young and daughter Jessie were in our little town Monday JACKSON COUNTY UIHCII LICK April 23Mr Moses Brewer Birch Lick has been very ill for the past two weeks but is some better nowtMr Neal Vicors has been helping Mr Henry Hurst break his two three year old mules this wee He got his hand bruised very ba but is some better neon and family returned tro Hamilton Ohio a few days ago Mr Elijah Hurst has bought him inewfarm bell and he thinks it j better than callingFath- erII mother of W M Humbaug- e have lately moved in the house with o i him where they will spend tho rest of their daysT P Marcum of paintinghilion of James Marcum from Rich mond Ky visited relatives onJ BirchLick last weekMr Thomas Vicars from Gray Hawk Ky visit i ad his mother last Sunday IKEllHl KNOll I throughBowing 1 ihasI where he has been gone on business Mr Frank Jones went to Berea today to take produce and bring a r load of furniture and houseplunder for Mr HirtM M Brougton pass od here Saturday on bus rnessIt is said that Mr Morris Kindred had COO cross ties burn yesterday by fire in the woodsWe a t are having a good attendance at SunI day School nowWe hope it will1 continuo soAcrowd of young folks 11 visited the Garrett caves Sunday evening and all spent a pleasant B evening Mrs Wm Jones visited her mother Mrs Martha Clickwho lives with her son Henry Click r Thursday and Thursday nightMMiss Martha Isaacs who f helping Mrs Jones with her house work for some time has gone home co to live with her parents Mr and Mrs W Pwell Mrs Curtis Lane to visited Mr and Mrs Clayton Pear son Sunday Miss Bessie Powell is sewing for qArcoitvApril UTbo farmers are getting along nicely with their work now 1 Considerable tanbark is being peeled j at this timeThe youngest child of Harlan Johnson died of measles and was buried on Sunday April 22 On Friday fire destroyed large lot of fencing turning lots of groundon the outside that was most ready to plant in corn Bt n Skinner had over GeorgePerryland has now moved to Millers Creek on account of the fence being burnedI from around the land he to cultivateA H Williams was at McKee last week on businessJ E Parsonsand wife of Drip Rock were 3 herq Sunday visiting rolativesRev S Wells filled his regular appoint ment at Blantons Flat Saturday and DripRockwas an old soldier and drew a pe- naionW B Murphy and wife visited j t Butrett Richardson Saturday and SundayAlbert Powell has been appointedadministrator of the estate t of E P Lainhart deceased andwill f sell the stock of merchandise and futureQuite moned from this county to go to k Irvine this week to testify before the thereJ Bill Collins filled 4 his appointment at Pleasant Hill Sun day lastM F Anglin is very ill withmalarial feverW Y McGuire FdayMrs3 Jones made a flying trip to Borea Thursday Mr and Mrs J F Phi lips spent Sunday with J A Aug1i n and wife Stella Phillips is very seriously ill with blood poisoning Misses Dellia Abnoy and Nora Bal langer spent Saturday night wit Miss Rose McGuire W A Phillips made a flying trip to Big Hill Sot urday on very important business COUNTYa Noradof and Virginia Martin visited relatives crowds Orran wife visited Mae Todd Sunday eve 1sWingDlr J J Martin to businessMrv nightyhis daughter Mrs Corn Turner o Emanuel Kr has returned home Misses Roecie and Mattie McGuire visited Misses Bowie and Nora Linville Saturday night OInuoNE Lambert of this place attended church at Now Hope and reports a nicotineJ H Lambert and wife visited David Grant and wife last week Mrs DiredIdma t batey IVho a Lambert visited his brother James Lambert last Wednesday CONUAY 23J M Bullen went to FridayTbofarmers Itbis county this week James Sexton visited his uncle Mr Ed Sexton SundayMr Eli Coffee visited his daughter Mrs Nancy Bullen on washBaptist ILLINOIS NEWS TUSCOLA DOUGLAS COUNTS rlbegunUncle Sam Williams who has lived jisshort timeBorn to Mr and Mrs IiMrTuesdayWC Martin Sunday Mies Della Peacockvisited Miss Mabeland Reca Early Wednesday nightMrs Bernice M Reynoldsvisited Mrs 1 Thursday nightMr and rs Charles Martin were in Tuscola Saturday nightMr Lee McGuire visited his sister Mrs Lora Martin Sunday A surprise party was given Miss Ella Hideout in honor of her u STOMACH ACHE I You have to tItroublewltll your stooJ acb bowels and SlnerJboddoes Ana when these delicate sad- saallydlr ordered 01 fans do ttl outoforder at they are the thinis j right kind of cue of them you wouldDi ruder but you dont i troIIIi Item getting Dr ddsLaaU Syrup Pepsin isgoodforeartaln plant drugs by DR CALD WELLS formula natural value ft highly Increased PEPSINtitDerecting and curing all forms of stomach trouble as so when try ItDR CALDWELLS SYRUP PEPSIN caa be obtained in both dollar and half dollar sizes at all druggists and peasnmoney will be refunded If it enefit you Your postal card requcitfrtn farinr by ntnru PBOOItthou who have sever Wed tJ woli4arftll IMudr JoraU roW pottaltodar PEPSIN SYRUP MsaUseRs IHUolsCOEor Sal by S E WELCH Jr BEREA KY sixteenth birthday theta was a large crowd presentMrs Willis Peacock and her daughter Pattie were visitors at Monday Millard Mo Quire was a visitor at J D Martins Sunday villagerecenly t did their work in John Sipps gnat otlice using dynamite to blow open the safe Mr Walk night operator for the Frisco road heard the explo ISIOIlS which wore throe in number and stepped out on the platform but did not think of burglars He saw one largo man and two mIler knowhI which was being used in stump blow ing supposed them to be the men who had been employed in this won The men soon went away and M Walk did not suspect they were bur glare until after daylight when the safe was found demolished Tho bur glars found nothing in tho safe value to themMrs Susie Qurrett who has been ill for some timp is slowly improvingMr Richard Garrett was in Bourbon Sunday night shopping TEXAS LETTER Rodgers Bell CQ Texas To the Editor of tho Citizen rubt1 that I want to write a letter to all of my old friends pelt relatives back there in the state where Iwas born and lived all my life with the exception of the last two years and tht i seems to me to be the surest way to reach all of them I am a subscriber for the Berea Citizen which I1 eceis and read with much joy eager t hoar from all of you people my days work is done andmy Slipper eaten I seat myself and read the Citizen through before I go to bed and I holler hurrah for the old soldier who is writing out the history of the Eighth Kentucky Last Thursday night April 12th we had a desperate hall storm with heavy wind which Glowed houses away and destroyed hundreds of things The farmers are running their cotton planters early and late to get their crops planted The bat 1 hurt corn crops severely Big ElmI Creek has been out of its banks J R Eagle INDIANA LETTER Valley Mills Ind April 16 To the Editor of the Citizen I send you a few items alongwith my subscription which I hope you will find room to print The Citizen has indeed been a welcome visitor to our home for the post two yenta When we are thru the Citizen we hand it to of our Hoosier friends to show them what a hustling little town is with such a large population no saloons Every little village here has a saloon on every corner Everything is high here very com moo cows seventyfive dollars corn mon horses two to two hundred and twentyfive dollars Mr Charles Russell formerly of Kentucky andn brother to your IndlanapolillWednesday belles Mr Russell has been em played by the firm of Lout A Co yearsWo multitude of Kentuckians here I hardly know what opinion Hoosiers have of Kentucky as they sometimes ask if wo hove schools andchurches a fitoCitizen It gives mo great pleasure have such a good paper to let read Work is all the go here People work every day including Sunday This is a good place for fortune but for honesty Christianity pleasure Ill take My Old Kentucky Home Yours truly Mrs G W Bratchor A good piano for sale or rent Chrismans tho furniture man S Ra BAKER DentistlorFlCJ1 over Printing Once KY Office hours from 8 to 4 Teeth extracted without ptln Somnoforme thEASTMEAT MARKET- I have good young Beef and Pork at all times at my GroceryStore ut street Also good fresh- I Groceries at lowest possible Call and see me and save money R HARRISONPhone e JOHN PAUL JONES II Remains of the First American Admiral Placed in Crypt lathuCEREMONIES VERY IMPRESSIVE President Roose eU and Tony Noted Foreign Representatives ParticI tate In the Ceremonies No Ceremony Was Ever Attended In American Naval History With Like AcrThis Event Annapolis Wd April 5The re Tuestgrand marble stairway of Bancroft hall there to teat until too comple flea of the chapel In which they are to be deposited Crowds such ai Annapolis has not known for many years If ever before lined the streets and stood expectant ly about the railroad station long be fore the train arrived bearing Iresl dent Roosevelt Mrs Roosevelt mom bets of the cabinet the French am basaador and a large number of rill j tlngulshed naval offlcere and civil dig ultartca AI President Roosevelt enteml the grounds a national salute of 21 guns boomed out from tho old U S S Hartford once the flagship of Adm Farragut Drawn up opposite the res receiveewas academytAn elaborate luncheon given by Adm Sands at which there were about 150 guests preceded the formal exercises of the day Early Tuesday morning the casket containing the remains of the long dead admiral had been removed from the temporary vault In which they have rvte4 since being brought from France and deposited In the now armory of the naval academy The oaken casket was quite hidden from view by a Union Jack and upon It rested two crossed palms a wreath of green and the sword presented to the great naval commander by a king of France Nearby a sentry continued the vigil that haa never ceased elnee the casket recovered after to rafth patient labor by Gen Horace Porter first rested upon American soil Flying the Colors of France Out In the bay miles distant but most of them clearly visible from the naval academy rode at anchor three great warships flying tie tricolor of Francs tho Admiral Aube the Conde and the Warsclller firstclass cruisers all under the command of Adm Cam pion Beside them were the United SUtea battleships Alabama Indiana and Iowa the cruisers Cleveland Min neapolis Dee Molars Denver and Col orado and the yacht Mayflower From those eagle more than 1600 sailors and marines 200 of the former being from the French vessels When the president entered Ute armory it was to face 10000 standing cheering men and women At the close of tho several addresses the audience rose and remained stand Ing while bodyboarers selected from among the petty officers of the United Statef and French warships lifted the L casket and bore it from the armory Just outside It was placed upon a truck and the procession moved slow ly toward Bancroft Hall The way was led by Chaplain Henry Clark U S N He was followed by file of mottoes the midshipmen of oers and then by the naval academy playing the dead march from SaulWhen the casket bad been placed beneath the stairway where it is to rest under constant guard Chaplain Clark said a brief prayer and the oer emonlea were at an end RAILROADS TO REMOVE DEBRIS Special Tracks Will Be Laid and Every Facility Afforded San Francisco AprU Z5AI a wol come relief to the officials and citizens of San Francisco who have looked upon the ruins of the city and upon the monotonous plies of bricks and stone and twisted iron that were onco their homes and placers ofJnislnesa In j the announcement Southern Pacific railway will aid ftijjhework of tearing away the road officials are ready to build a dovasltatedI new buildings can arise and normal conditions be restored In f this great work It Is announced that j between 3000 and 4000 men will bo employed The railroads w111 carry the debris wherever the authorities want It taken and by so doing will make possible the performance of tho enormous task that has been terrify ing to thoso who looked forward to It with the knowledge that it must bo done however tremendous Lipton Sends Big Donation London April 25Sir Thomas Lip ton who is accompanying King Ed ward at the Olympic games festival at Athens has cabled a message of sympathy to Mayor Schmitz of San Francisco with a donation of 5OOQ for tie tufferera i j I I j R GET MARRIED You have more than enough money to furnish your house if you Buy Frpm Chrisman t 011 If you arc already married you 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