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Digital page images are linked to the text file. c J S 1 II fI ft i i7d+tHtipEREA PUBLISHING CO L E TUPPER Manager KVfUtfflnIdIJ II+H11H1HtHIII t I VII Fivo Cents a Copy BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY MAY 31 1000 One Dollar a Year NO 50 r I 1IDEASsees with half the world is I IWben you see a man who pots nil In a safety deposit you I layIeyes up to I heaven that tho world may forgot jIthathis hands are In its pockets funeral sermon may bo a good oration but it dots not count for much an a prophecy unlww history indorses it You cant buy success at the bar gain counter Tho handshaker may bo a puller in disguise Love is a dream but marriage is an alarm clock Even tho follow who is podded to art may marry in haste to repent at lenuure COUNTRYIN OUR OWN President Roosevelt line won oro markoblo triumph over the packers trust A bill has just passed the Senate as a rider to the agricultural appropriation bill providing for n thorough governmental inspection of all packing house products those In tended for homo consumption M well an those intended for export The bill pawed without discussion owing it is said to the desire of the peek ing interests to escape an invoitiga tlon It in acknowledged that this bill In the result of the disclosures made by Upton Sinclair in his novel The Jungle Disclosures have been made the past week iu tho Interstate Com merce Commissions investigation at Cleveland that would drive anyone but A Standard Oil magnate to flee tho country Evidence has been I given that scenic to place it Imyond n doubt that tho charges of bribery intimidation wipianago and con piracy made against Standard Oil are well founded No rival hits been too small for the atitagouimn of tho POd1dlland been by the SnoRt 1JtnounullIstoutly against rebates and has also claimed that no discrimination has i boon made by the official of the road in favor of special iulorraUi It appears that nearly ell the office the company including President Cawuilt son have received largo blocks of coal mining stock either M gifta or at a ridiculously small purchase price and that tho toads that have thus seen tho officials have enjoyed special nil van tagcfl over other roads in tho matter of rates ognucctSonn cars etc Pren ideal Coanatt says ho is astonished and ho talks of resigning FROM THE WIDE WORLD The condition of affairs iu Russia is very delicate this week It will hu remembered that the lower house in its reply to the throne demanded concetutlons of the throne among which was amnesty for all political prisoners a division of the public lamb mug tho peasantry antiu recognition of trade unionism The reply to this address was conciliatory but pOHittve in its denial of nearly all I jl of the demands On Saturday tho lower house responded to the reply with a vote of censure of tho try and a demand for iU minisI This is taken as an ultimatum representatives demanding est recognition of the rights of the Doumn to legislate as it sees fit with- In the limits of the Fundamental Law It is freely prophesied that tho Emperor must choose between a real constitutional government and the loss not only of blcrown butt probably of his head j Gautenu la in threatened with n revolution which may endanger Am erican interests IB the republic ao eotillHg JoO tlespaiehesruecired at the State Iopartmeat Monday from Min Wer Combo Tho scene of the trout bk U the northern part of the repub lie sear tko Mexican frontier but I the eased is InternalISpatJ if all agog over tho marriage I of lie king to Princess Ella of Batten Thu181laylarda to mate outside the of BourbooH The marriage with an English princess is a prognostic of the awakening of Spain to tho idea that the world does move and people 1mustmove with it The young king i from all reports to bd a manly young fellow and if ho can assert hlmeelf from tho hide bound tradi tioas tad policies of Spain ho may bring bte kingdom into time line pf program r THErlii3N rrKKKKKKKKstKKK K- KI WEDNESDAY ttKKKr SKrpKrrrKrrKr KrrKKrrKrrKtt JUNE 61 k Oomffleicomeutt I a Hon Wm M Becknerf RevWrau EBarton DDJ IISunday June 3 Sermon to 1045 a m t Young Christians Dr W E C Wright 730 p m SI Monday June 4 Concert by Harmonia 730 p m h Tuesday June 5 Address to Literary Societies Jno T 5 A Fulton 730 p mIiI HOMESPUN FAIR i Exhibit and Prizes Homespun Coverlids with Kettle Dyes J5 I Linen Baskets Chains Axhandles etc See list printed elsewhere in this and preceding Issues iLET EVERYONE COME TO COLLEGE FOR ONE DAY s I GET READY FOR THE J IFALL TERM SEPT 121 Find out what you can do write to the College Secretary i WILL C GAMBLE Berea Ky 3- 4it o titAilA litlrililililAilitSlfilAilS1AAd Ni1RA ititRA ilitAAA AiIiitiCA 17tA o EIGHTH KENTUCKY HISTOftYI CturiEU VI Tho brigade marched thiricon milts anti bivouacked on a large creek Our sutler overtook tin and sold out ouo load of goods to tho men on credit of course campIof Glasgow Wo panned through that plnco the next morning and camped on tho Louisville pike four milcfl from town Hero wo met tho balance of our and woro paid on tho 4th by Major KUDOS up to the last of August Tho principal topic in tho Eighth wero moos promised furloughs Col Barnes appealed to General Critletulen in behalf of his married soldiers but without success When this liecamo known that even lag tho 4th thero was some excitement and many unjust imprecations privately heaped on our well meaning colonel whose wire in com pany with Captain Thomas wife and Mrs and Mr Creed bad arrived in camp to see their husbands The men in their bitterness and disap pointment swore that the colonel uud some of the other officers did I not care so they could see their families while theirs wore not ablo to visit them That night several companies of the Eighth and Ten tyfirst did not get quiet before mid night Next morning thero were quite a number out of those regi menta absent Thoir officers know very well that those men had not deserted but chafing under the cir imagII will hero stato that nearJ every ono did so return and by ranking long and earnest petitions to tho corps and division commanders their oOicers succeeded in having those men reinstated without loss of pay and allowances null afterwards as before they were tho beat of soldiers Many of them only remained at homo a few days others probably two weeks Fifty men thus absented themselves Tho 5tU of November wo resumed the inarch south Halted for the night on the Barren fork of Green river Oa tho Oth arrived at Scotia ville the county seat of Allen county thirty miles from Glasgow The 7th wo1 recrossed the State line and bivouacked in Tennessee As we passed ovor the supposed lino our regiment gave throo cheers Ono man In Company A at the head of the column shouted out Wo buy no more chickens Somo one else replied No not of rich re Jelbitt- boys spare the poor Many voices wore raised Thats right but wo guard no more dclrebels corn fields and hen roosts Three cheers wero given for okl Kentucky and tho tuion We t a wet snowy sight by largeslog arcs The nth we arrived at Gallatin h rw Tennessee and camped two miles south of town on the bunk of the Cumberland river Tho Oth our men did n big days washing of clothes as somo of them said If it is SundayJt this time tho men absent from the Eighth outnumbered those present for duty a largo percentage having been left sickat Nashville Louisville and Danville Kentucky These with the absentees mentioned above reduced presenttoCIUPTHR Vii At ono oclock on the morning of regimentsinfrom thoir slumbers by tho adjutants quietly passing around to the corn pany commanders saying Captain get your men ready to march In ten minutes without a noise Tent flies and blankotu wero hastily rolled up and piled into wagons with cooking utensils and in less than thirty minutes tho brigade was silently crossing the Cumberland on a tom porary trestle foot bridge Wo wore trying to slip up on John Mor gans two thousand rubs at Lebanon Wo had learned tho importance of keeping our movements from tho kuowlodgo of the people of Middle Tennessee and tho only noiso made was the unavoidable sound of our feet Wo halted at daylight ato a hastily prepared breakfast and off brigndeIcoopinga promptness that would Iw commendable on a holiday drill There were very many very sore in the command But with de termination and cheerfulness beaming In every face we hurried along tho dusty stono road Our advance guard camo on to tho rebel pickets within a mile of Lebanon A well directed fire from our men brought ouo of tho Johnnies down and the others of tho squad fired oft their pieces into the air as they fled to ward town leaving their comrade We quickened woundedI and entered the deserted dllllordorlytho six hours we remained here A large lot of flour bacon and whis key fell Into our hands As wo load bo means of transportation Col Matthews gave orders to press every wagon mule horse and buggy that could be found All who were not engaged in collecting this novel for age train were put to cooking tho flour into bread Our men not be lug very well supplied with utensils the majority of the Eighth boys paid many of the poorer class of citizens liberally in flour to convert a large portion of that article into bread All the whiskey except two barrels bykuocking groundDutquantity of the precioae Muid leak ed into cwkeea Carmoody our Iriaiiman said Dade an its v wicked wo are to be wastin tho pure ouldstuff but thin them thaviu gorrcelasll be dry es a fish when they stalein back Having nccompJiebedall we could at oclock p m our column formed behind our captured commifiaries drawn by old brokendown horses that had seen hard service under Morgans men Vehicles of all kinds except good ones wore in the train driven principally by citizens whose anxiety for tho safe return of the pressed teams prompted them to volunteer their services The mens haversacks were crammed full of smoking bread and yet we had not room to store the largo quantities which remained but Captain Wilson ou the eve of leaving Lebanon spied a buggy that had been overlooked This was soon loaded and Iho men of Companies C and H drew it along in tho ranks by turns All were in jubilant spirits and marched up briskly on our return toward Noah About tho middle of the night we camo up with the Twenty first Corps at Silver Springs having marched thirtyfive miles in tho last twelve hours tho last fifteen miles with extra loads which made all of us enjoy that refreshing sleep none but tho weary know how to appreci ateWe remained at Silver Springs nit days being the longest halt we had made for near three months The rain fell in such quantities that drilling had to be dispensed with and we were allowed to rest and en joy full rations with occasionally the luxury of a taste of our captured whiskey for a few mornings On the 13th tho Eighth formed the guards to escort a forage train into the country to collect forage while the wagons were being loaded Our boys did not forget their own creature comforts for on their return to camp nearly every man brought a little donation for his particular mess such as a chicken or a few potatoes also a good sized pumpkin graced the bayonet of nearly every gunAt noon the 17th the regiment formed and marched as guards to a supply train going to the Fourteenth Brigade under Col Hawkins stationed at Rural Hill twelve miles southeast of Silver Springs The camp and garrison of our regiment were left in charge of the few men not able for duty and after a tedious muddy march arrived late at night and took up quarters on an old Methodist camp meeting ground Bitilajed onefourth of a milo from the brigade the old plunk shanties affording good protection from the drizzling raiu which had not ceased when wo awoke early the morning lof the 18th of November The surrounding i country was shrouded in a smoky mist The 8th boys were within the shanties busily preparing and eating our morning meal when we were a little surprised to hear a few of the 14th pickets fire and im bundredIour shanties yelling like savages evidently unaware of our sheltered position The officers and men of the Slim did not fool away any time to form in lino but every man seized his gun choosing each his window or crack while some knocked off boards for portholes On came the yelling Johunies Whoa within ea sy range of the innocent looking shanties Col May gavo the com mand Steady boys fire The volley that was poured into those unsuspecting Johnnies emptied so many saddles that they checkedup in great confusion and before they could realize their situation the dead agulnIdead and wounded on the field A number of their wounded were car ried oft by the retreating party In the pockets of a rebel lieutenant wore found several rat tail files that some of their wounded acknowl edged were to be used in spiking the artillery belonging to the Fourteenth which was situated rather too far from limo infantr for ready support As soon as the disconcerted rebels were Well out 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per bbl under the mills now and you had bettor look out The PhonIs No 29 i VS AT WELCHS + xokokokoKokoKottorRoKaiKoKoKoKoKoetoroKortoKoKakokoltoKoko It o o It 0 O BATTLING FOR x otJ- rf YOUR TRADEi 2 J r r I e- r0 Best German Millet Seed Q1to Kentucky Grown t- t i ww N It 0 Ja 1 l i c f 9OI rrj 1 1 c I d i i f Jr I JX It J i Qc 11 J Bushelx 4 I Q C y o 1- 1It 01- 1It o I0 oSoxA It P SETTLErill fl It JODe40 LjJ7l V 1 tliL = or rylil N Under the Red Robe By STANLEY JWEYHAN Kfepjrlglit UM by Blkater t Wt mu CHAPTER X CoHTtiruKO Neither and I gripped my fellows arm as he came abreast ot mo and topped him fchirply Below us In the center ot a steep hollow a pit In the hfllslde a light shone out through some aperture and quivered on the mist like the pale lamp of a moorland hobgoblin It made itself visible displaying nothing else a wisp of light In the bottom of a block bowl Yet my spirits rose with a great bound at sight ot It for I knew that I had stumbled OB the place I sought In the common run ot things I should have weighed my next step carefully and gone about It slowly But hero was no place for thought nor room for delay and I slid down the side of the hollow and the moment my feet touched the bottom sprang to the door of the little hut whence the light issued A stone turned under my foot in my rush and I tell on my kn es on the threshold but the fall only drought my face to a level with the iitartled eyes of the man who lay Inside w a bed of fern He had been reading t the sound I made he dropped his lOOk and stretched out his hand for a weapon But Ihtf muzZle of my pistol overed him before he could reach hts- me was not in a posture from which he could spring aid at a sharp word from me he dropped tits hand The tigerish glare which had flickered for an Instant in his eyes gave place to a lan guid smile and he shrugged his shoulders Eh blear he said with marvelous composure Taken at last Well I waaUred ot It You are try prisoner M dr Cocho roret I answered It seems co he said Move a hand and Ilclll you I an iwcred But you have still a choice Truly he said raising his eye browsYes My orders are to take you to Paris alive or dead Give me your parole that you will make no attempt to escape and you shall go thither tit your ease and as a gentleman Refuse and I shall disarm and bind you and you will go as a prisoner Whafforfe haybyou he asked curtly He had not moved He still lay on his elbow his cloak covering him the little Slafot in which ho had been reading close to his band But his quick black eyes which looked the keener for the pallor and thinness of his face roved ceaselessly over mq probed the darkness behind me took note of everything Enough to compel you Monsieur 1 replied sternly But that Is not all There are 30 dragoons coming up thin hill to secure you and they will make you no such offer Surrender to me before they 0ome and give me your parole and J will do all for your com fort Delay and you will tall Into their hands There can be no escape You will take my word he said slowly Give It and you may keep your plv tots M de XkJcheforet I replied Tell me at least that you are not alone I am not alone Then I Iielt he t itd with fc slph And forHcaveri8 sake getme something to cat and a bed I am tired of this plg ynnll tilts life I Arnldleu It is a fortnight sines I slept between sheets You shall sleep tonight In your awn house If you please I answered hurriedly Tint here they come Ba hood enough to stay where you are a moment and I will meet them I stepped out Into the darkness In the nick ot time The lieutenant after posting his Rica round tho hollow hail just slid down with a couple ot tar scants to makethe arrest The place round the open door was pitch dark tie had not espied my knave wlfojiad lodged himself In the deepest shadow of tile hut and when ho saw me come out across the light he took me for CocheforeL In a twinkling he thrust n pistol Into my face and cried trium phantly You are Myjprieoijff At the name Instant one of the sergeants raIsed a lanthorn and throw Its IIGht Into my eyes What folly is this I said savagely The lieutenants jaw felt and he stood rot half a minute paralyzed with as tonlshment Less than an hour Before he had left me at the chateau Thanes j lie had come hither with the briefest delays and yet ho found me hero be fore him He swore fearfully hloi face dark his mustache stiff with rage What la this What lalU he cried nt Jast Where is the manr What man I said This Cocheforct ho roared ear vied away by his pass os Dost lie 10 me He Is here aad I will have 3ilraV You will not Y t toe late I said watcWa lifer kNHwily iMus Cocheforetfc berehltthethse already Kurnntoe te imftM 1Ieft lay prisoner Your prisoner Yes my prisoner I aiswereLr- lacing the mac with all the barsBnes 1 could muster I have arrested him llWlrtue of the cardinals special cnat mlvslonraateli ttr tee AM t r tfr tut K Uw octal I Hall ktcy Wet Ho glared at me for a moment in utter rage and perplexity Then on A sudden I saw his taco lighten It Is a dd ruse ho shouted brandishing his pistol like a madman It Is a cheat and a fraud I And by Gd you I have no commlpslonl I see through 111 I see through Ila11l You have come here and you have hocusscd us You are of their side and this 1s your last shift to save html j What folly is this I answered I No folly at all ho answered COB i vlctltn In his tone You have played upon al You have fooled us But laee through It now An hour ago I exp fed you to that fine madam at the hct e there and I thought a marvel that she did not believe me I thought It a marvel that she did not see through you when you stood there before her confounded tonguetied a rogue convicted But I understand it now Sho knew rout By she knew you She was In the plot and you were In the plot and I who thought I was opening her eyes was the only one fooled But it Is my turn now You have played a bold part and a clever one and I congratulate you But he continued a sinister light In his little eyes it Is at an end now Monsieur You took us in fine ly with your tale of monseigneur and his commission and your commission and the rest But I am not to be blinded any longer or bullied You have arrested him haTe you You have arrested him Well b- yd I shall arrest him and I shall arrest you tool You are mad I said staggered aa much by this now view of tho matter as by his perfect conviction of Its truth Mad Lieutenant I wasl he snarled dryly But I am tone now I was mad when you Imposed upon us when you persuaded me that you were fooling the woman to get the secret tout of them while all the time you were sheltering them protetctlng them aiding them and hiding himthen 1 was mad But not now However I ask your par don M de Barthe or M de Berault or whatever your name really is I ask your pardon I thought you the clev erest sneak had the dirtiest hound HE READ THE SIGNATURE heaven ever made or hell refused I find that you were cleverer than I thought and an honest traitor Your pardonOne of the men who stood about tho rim of the bawl above us laughed I looked tit the lieutenant dud could willingly have killed him Mon Bleu I said so furious In my turn that I could scarcely speak Do you says lint I ataanImppstorthat I do not hold the cardinals commission I do kay that he answered cools ly And sbaIl abide by it And that I belong to the rebel par tyr I do he replied In tho same toaei In facts with a grin I say that your are honest man otrthe wrong sIde M de Berault And you say that you are a scoundrel bnihe right The ad vantage however is with me and I shall back my opinion by arresting you A ripple of coarse laughter ran round tho hollow The sergeant who held the lanthorn grinned and a trooper at a distance called out of the darkness A boa chat boBmUtt This brought avfresh burst of laughter while I stood speechless confounded by the stub bornness the crossness the Insolence of the man Yon footI I cried at Tlasthl de Cocheforet who had come out of the hut and taken stand at my elbow la terrupted me- Pardon me oca moment he said airily at Ute lieutenant with ratstU eyebrows and pointing to me wjth big thunb But I am puzzled between yarn This gentlemans name Is It de Berault or de Barthe daldbrusquelv Ot Paris r Y Monsieur of Paris gentlemanRhowith his presence Oh yes the lieutenant struck In grinning He Is that gentleman too But I thought I understood that that was M de Barthe I am M de Barthe also I reo forted iBapaUeatly What of that Monsieur It was my mothers name I took It when I came down her- oToer to arrest me hay I as- kes1JY answered doggedly Te mest yas What of that i IlebMlag he replied slowly and with a steady look at me a look I could not meet Except that had I ItBCiWa his before M de Berault I should have thought long before I surrendered to The lieutenant cfetokbtortt youfHe tftd turned Mt usteuT I Mid sternly are you asl lsfiodNo he answered point blank am not You two gentlemen may have rehearsed this pretty sceno a dozen times Tho only word it seems to me Is Quick March back to Quarters I found myself driven to play mj last card much against my will No- so I said I have my commission Produce Ill he replied brusquely Do you think that I carry It wit meT I said In scorn Do you think that when I came here alone and not with 60 dragoons at my back I car tied tho cardinals goal In my pocket for tho first lackey to find But shall havo it Where is that knave o mineThe words were scarcely out ot my mouth before his ready hand thrust a paper into my fingers I opened it slowly glanced at It and amid a pause of surprise gave it to the lieutenant He looked for a moment confounded lie stared at It with his jaw fallen Then with a last Instinct of suspicion he bade tho sergeant hold up the lan thorn and by its light proceeded to spell out the document UmpM he ejaculated after a mo ments silence and ho cast an ugly look at me I see And ho read U aloudBy these presents I command and em power Glues de Berault ileur do Berault to seek for hold arrest and deliver to the governor of the Battile the body of trend de Cochtfortt and to do all such acts and things as shall bo necessary to effect such arrest and delivery for which these shall bo his warrant Signed IUCHEL1KU Lleutan When he had doneand he read the signature with a peculiar intonation some one said softly Vive le toll and there was a moments silence The sergeant lowered tho lanthorn la It enough T I said hoarsely glaring from face to face The lieutenant bowed stiffly For meT ho sold Quite Monsieur I beg your pardon again I find that my first Impressions were the correct ones Sergeant give the gentleman his gaper And turning his shoulder rudely he1 tossed tho commission tow ards the sergeant who picked it up and gave It to me grinning I knew that the clown would not fight and he had his men round him and I had no choice but to swallow the insult As I put the paper In my breast with ns much Indifference as I could assume he gave a sharp order The troopers began to form on the edge above the men who had de scended to climb the bank As the group behind him began to open and melt away I caught sight of a white robe in the middle of it The nqxt moment appearing with a suddenness which was like a blow on the cheek to me Mademoiselle de Cocheforet glided forward and came towards me She had a hood on her head drawn low and for a moment I could not see her face I forgot her brothers presence at my elbow from habit and Impulse rather than calculation I took a step forward to meet her though my tongue cleaved to the roof of my mouth and I was dumb and trem bling But she recoiled with such a look of whlto hate of staring frozeneyed loathing that I stepped back as if she had indeed struck me It did not need the words which accompanied the look the Do not touch me which she hissed at me as she drew her skirts together to drive me to the farther edge of the hollow there to stand with clenched teeth and nails driven into the fiesh while she hung sobbing tearless sobs on her brothers neck CHAPTER XI THE nOAD TO PAHIS I remember hearing Marshal Bas somplerro whoorallnen within my knowledge had the widest experience say thatnot dangers but discomforts prove a man and show what he is and that the worst sores in life are caused by crumpled roseleaves and not by thorns- r am inclined to agree with this For I remember that when I came from my room on the morning after the ar rust and found hall dad parlor and passage empty and all the common rooms of the houso deserted and no meal laid and when I divined anew from this discovery the feeling of the house towards me however natural to bo expectedIfelt u sharp a pang as when the night before I had bad to fate discovery and open rage and scorn I stood In the silent empty par lor and looked round mo with a sense of desolation of something lost and gone which I could not replace The morning was gray and cloudy the air sharp a shower was falling The rosebushes at tie window swayed In the wind and where I could remember dbe bot sunshine lying on the floor stainedItheand creaked to and fro I thought of other days and other meals I had taken there and of the scent of flowers and I fled to the hall in despair But here too was no sign of lire or company no comfort no attendance The ashes of the logs by Whose blaze mcdemolflcllo hud toll me the secret lay on the hearth whllr and cold and now and then a drop of moisture Bltd lag down the great chimney pattered among them Tho great door stood open as if tho house had nolonger any thingtoabout restlessly now gazing at the empty hearth now lying down with pricked ears and watchful eyes Some rustleIsI west out moodily Onto the isjtnfeft and wandered down one omit and rap another looklBR at te fclwteg woods aad rem JIbt r1Ag hI i until I canw to the stone seat Oa it against tha wall trickling Vlttr rlBdrop and with a dead lest hhltlihlfag Its narrow Beck stood the pitcher of tooL I I thtaght now xncJt bJ lapptaet atari andIme And sighing grimly I went la again through tho parlor door A woman was on her knees kindling tho belated fire I stood a moment wonderingtshe would say to me and then she inhSho was very plainly dressed her childish face was wan and piteous with weeping But either the night had worn out her passion and drained gavetperfectly composed She shivered asher eyes met mine and she blinked na If a light had been suddenly thrust be fore her But she turned again to hot task without speaking Madam Madam I cried In a frenzy of distress What U thlsf Tho servants would not do It she answered in a low but steady volcn You dre still our guest Monsieur and it must be done DutI cannot suffer JtI I cried la misery Madam do Cocheforet I will I would rather do it myself Sho raised her band with a strange patient expression on her face Hush pleaso she mid Hush you trouble me The fire took light and blazed up ai she spoke and she rose slowly from it and with a lingering look at it went out leaving me to stand and stare and listen in the mlddlo of the floor Presently I heard her coming back along the passage salt she entered bearing a tray with wino and meat and bread Sho set It down on the table and with the samo wan face trembling nlways on tbe verge of tears she be gas to lay out the things The ghnwe clinked pitifully against the plates as she handled them the knives jarred with one another and I stood by trembling myself and endured this straugo this awful penance To De Continue- dTHEONLYKIKD OF FISH rinee Where PIteenPonn Snlmv Were Sot llrcosnlscd as Flab A traveler who has iat some months In Newfoundland tells the following story which might be con dented into the Question and anrwer When is a fish not a fish T When It Is not cod On our way he says we crossed a lovely lake As wo proceeded I oc caslonally saw the water break with a splash in close proximity to the canoe Seated in the bow I turned to the natlvo who was handling tbe pad dle In the stern and inquired whether there were any fish in the lake Fish No sirno fish sir Presently when about half way across I saw not six feet from the bow of the canoe a magnificent salmon rise to the surface and with a swish of his tall disappear to the depths Again I turned to my friend with the remark Did I understand you to say there were no fish In this lake No fish sirno fish But just this moment I saw a IS or 15pound salmon break the water not six feet from the bow of the canoe Oh yes that was a salmon ThereIare plenty of trout and salmon these waterS but no fish sir Yoot know we doat count anything u flak in these parts but codfish sir Graduated 61fta t life Wife Janice Dalrymplc of Glasgow tells thin story There was a Glasgow man to wl m his wife said- Donald next Thursday la llettVi birthday Showlllbe11 years aId Give his a little money please to jet a birthday present for her The man M he took wtbir jars said querulously How the deuce arc yow able t remember so exactly the dates ot all mr childrens births a Easily enough the woman ae swercd Our first child was born on January 17 and on that day you gave me a necklace of diamonds and ruble Our second was bora on Juno 2 sad on that day you gave me a needle case worth slxponce Our third child was born on October 27 and that date Is firmly flxed in my mind through a terrific rumpus that you made about s milliners bill hecklA Little Willie was admonished by to develop the W t of obsemttoa Cultivata tha faculty of teeing tad you will be B eucefssful tuna Jte feald The boys Uncle added to the admonition aid Ills aunt also dilated upon tho necessity of obscrvlflK everything that went on The triple lecture made A deep impression upon Willie I That evening lio told tic father that he had been using his eyes Tell JM what you have learned said his BURt Uncle Jims got a bottle of whisky I nut behind his trua said Willie Aunt Jennies Rot an extra set ot teeth In her drerier and pas got n deck of cards in the secretary And the family united In voting him a lit the sneak Argonaut Lee gad tain We should not live to self or fee self alone Wo were created for a- hkk a4 Boble purpose True wi 4MWM jive earnestly with alt Ht a t efeTelop Ute beat UtMIII1a fcrdiBHy oatHy aid Wtrtttl- lulutiy M the sarao time we shouM ejMMWee every opportunity to be e4 tile gfe4te iyo63lble use In the wprif tM tk head of others lceepteg t oatdself dw rftBB i8tultlMea Hoar iBlr WlngB lose Using br1y0 grota fall Detroit Fret Fr Mt LOUR YOUNG PEOPL +ratwrlallM A METHUSELAH u Story of a Decrepit Dog and now He Repaid a Little Girls Kindness by Saving Hex Life Violet Amandas eyes were as big as tea plates and fairly bursting out of her head as she rushed Into the slUing room where Margy and the boy were playing Boys a mad dawg undah do sink Foh do Lawd ho Jes conic rushln straight In at de back doll Whore Where sain tho boy and Margy In one breath tfndah de sink Ho done plnted foh dat dahk conah nn I tuhricd rank heels an ran for youalls What does he look like Ink a Imp of Stain an dats Oe trufo Hes brack as de dcbbll hlssolf Yo walls bcttah not go out dah Yo gwlno glt bit and had do hydroflabby shol Father was away and mother was sick so there was no one to hinder them and the children immediately made tracks for the kitchen Sure enough under the sink In the dark corner by the pipes was a dog not black but yellow and his eyes were storing nnd bloodshot But Margy saw something moro than this She saw the end of a rope Theres n rope around his neck and hes choking Thats whats the mat tcr I dont believe hes mad a bit You better look out Margy The boys bump of discretion was more fully developed But Margy could not see Any living thing suffer and not try to help It Poor doggie Poor doggie she said In her soothing voice and went straight up to him The dog looked at her wildeyed and panting with his tongue hanging out Margy felt of the rope It was tight and the dog could scarcely breathe lie cowered as she touched him but made no effort to run Few animals looked at Margy without trusting her Get me the butcher knife she sale Tho boy brought It and tho cruel rope was cut The dog sank panting on the floor and closed his eyellI Do you think hes dying Nom Muss Margv said Vloet Amanda who had recovered her FEW ANIMATE LOOKHD AT JfAnQT WITHOUT TIUBTJNQ HUH emeu nom he aint dyln lies jet restln You got de bcatincst way wid dumb beasts I ebalt see H Margy patted the yellow head sad the dog opened his eyes and hick d her hand So their friendship was begun and a bowl ot milk and a dish of chicken bones sealed it for Of course father said the liteIthe dog Margys hospital amused but never annoyed him Margy proceeded to tako stock of hU ailment and they were not to be snetxed at Decides the rope there was a broken tall Urea lame legs and stvcral spots on till back where the hair had been scalded off He was blind In one eye and Margys futile efforts to attract his at tentlon by calling proved him to be utterly deaf A poor old thing he wa- sa dog to be gotten rid of as the rope would Indicate But Margy loved him und wont cannot paint the devotion of Methu selah as he was named for his mis tress Hi would follow her when she walked He by her aide when she worked or played and bowl OlRconHo lately Ita door was shut between themA week or two later father came Into the house followed by two hard faced men These men say Margy that tne dog Is theirs = hat ho killed sheep and that they must kill kirn 1 dont bollevo It salt Margy hol ly llQW are yo goln to prove that kt dont MId one of the men Well said Margy lion deaf for one thing hes half blind and ties got three lame legs Any stietip that couldnt get away froljihlm ought to be Jtlllcd Ho there Well anyway hes a nuisance anti hft8 too old to live Wed better take him oft and kill him sissy You shant You shant HVa mine I saved him Then father spoke- I think tho dog is tmnnlcM and if rely daughter wants to keep Mar Ill take tile responsibility The men weat off muttering and Methusdak came fr a behind Margyti skirts wagged his Wekea tall and licked bar hand with B9 toTul tongue The Rut few rnontha made all for all the sorrows Of kla pan Hfe Mow It all bappeneda GlUt knows but one day laU that suttteier the children had been pJayiBcMB till front yard when Mtt UMlak suddeoly rosc4 himself with a lqw Erow1 ti y saw tto okeklug something and tossing it about growling vicious ly all the time Margy nnd the boy ran towards him 1 and ho tossed a limp thing aside and wagged his tall as they drew near Its a snake Its a snake III father a fouled the boy And father camo running from the shot Htmmel Its a ratllesnakt Tho first Ive teen In 20 years Methuselah killed him And you playing right here to tho yard Thunk heaven you were not bitten Methuselah youre a brick Youve earned tho best there is for the rest of your life lInt Methuselah was lying on tho ground and his eyes were rolling In prtln Hes bitten My own Methuselah walled Margy kneeling by him And It was true Father took him tenderly to the tiara that the children might not see him suffer Soon a shot was heard and they knew that Methu selah was beyond all his troubles That night father took his little girl tenderly In his arms Margy he said you shall keep nil the old useless dogs and cats you want to Im thankful enough that you kept mcthutelah Sarah Noble lyre In Boston Globe IN GRANDFATHERS TME 4- ether t tnf on the hide tr Ml It KM wu ll iMfll work Aat had he IIooh of Y Ierhap id Mare ahWkedt Then when twas quJto roddr A tress nulls man fame Into tile home And vxnmhKKi the Than he laid out hie tanIAmi Hit taste oh Hut tits always IIIIJl At lewd ono II year Soon ho MI to Ms lack And 1MI N4511 AWa1 With peg awl awl Minm r Tcking ware thee tulay At last they were reedy ur cuun whnaer- Why yesveNgierdJohn n Parr or now shoos Thor were paid for In fnotUtufis In Changs nol a dUe All MUle boy1 elsteyesw- la gnat randfsLers uJNi- Addlrert F Caldwell In ltrookye lAscM SHADOWCRAPriS Some Now FlgurclWbtch Can Ba Xide on the Watt After a Little Practice are all familiar no doubt with IYou of a rabbit on the wall whleh Is made by arranging iho handu In a certain position apd holding them between tho wall and a This boa been a favorite farm ot L TUB SWANIamusement for young people frOm the time of our grandfathers but ex- plaIns I the Chicago Dally News mod era Ingenuity has devised many other figure of tho some kind Oae of them Is a SWAB which yea are to picture as gliding along the surface of a pond and turning Its head to preen ita featbeni Here Is the figure which is made by holding JOCKEY AND WS KlKKU- MM armSMboth 1MFda as reprtWat ed IB tho cirt r jockoyagqA ih gseekyou weed a yllleciaJleIle of exrM brjtrd and 1 loop ot string U teylil L wfet the reinsI f1 FIELD DAY 1 J ZETA AGAIN TAKES THE IiALPHA TROPHY CUP i J or 122 Points Alpha Zeta Takes IS Phi Delta 47 and zeta Kappa 10 Probnllly one of the greatest eventH c of the year for shndouts of lava Collogo III Fluid Day which this year occurrOlI on Thursday May 24 It 1was B8 usual au antlU event nod tho flue weather brought out u largo IIcrowd of poctntolll loran does not compote with uulslda schools in college uthlcUCI- Igroot interest is taken In oho coil bats iatWCca her literary iiocieties The Chez Trophy Cup Is the am- bltlon of every xocioty roan This cup was giver by Prof and Mrs- Choz of ClncllluuU University In 1001 and now plUlllC8 into the hand of Alpha Zeta for the second tlmo A Silver Metal Is also awarded by the Athletic Association for tho hleb- t cot number of iudicidilnl points which went to O F Bender Everyone I who hqR witnessed provlouB- OCtUlious of this kind in Boron ago ce that 1t100 brought forth the ho1t trained and matt ovaulynotchx tlalllS from eachl society Floe Records Broken The toanl Dash record GO- by SutTorn 02 was broken Andorxon GG 2t sec Ono half Mile Run 2 min 23 2 Iwo Lougfclluct01 by Pellllly 2 mill 20 25sec Polo Vault 8 It 10 In ortn- nbrost05 by Combs S It 11 in 220 yard bundle Rneo 90 inches 32 sec Cunfleld 0G by 2015 sec One Mile Relay Uaco 4 min 6 2 Sec IL JIoum by A Z Tean Osborne Ifoy Eastman Anderson Fowler I min 57 sec Without doubt some of these roo- oqnlll could have boon raised or moro would have been broken hat they counted WI points toward thu cup It is to ho hoped tint next year nr- rnngt1mout will have been mode t double tho number or points on oach event when A record Is broken Another encouragemobt in that tho Athletic Association intends to love and add a bed of obrdors to the trnck now used Events of the Day Ftnl C P iIn4KOfat I Ii- aenndfl I A I r P D- TblydatwTAultrnt PbI- lfat Q6t- as K IleltdttJI U wsi- ReseedIC MC Wltt A Z- T lnItt8 toAndHMft A Z- kunnlng mh Jump PMkdlh O beae A1 aft t + w x K Thir44beutt comb A 2- N r Dao- hFlrstC P Ilendrel I a- strandsew Me T Anlere A Z- Th nK K IlIwltf A Z ra4hllammerTbte- wFIMc c P1 ea A e eltMJumpIlnt 0 ere f- secondOro I euhman A Z ThirdCo a Umlt A Z- 4nI ndl- lIM Ore T Andersen A Z is M cI Uender r U- ThlnII II Pelimy P U One u1f Mlle Nun lhtstIt IIellmy P1 aminseaj H- eM atrce A Z- TblnII wuhburn A Z- iuic Sault PlrtOlbert Cmbe A Z e ft u In t ondNbeaan tnal A Z Thlnforrla hut n K llh shot Put FlM 91flcT nonbert Comtw A7ft lumpNIMWmllapkintiPDt6 tofI T Ztrdfasayd Ilunile kaa- i jatcoqdCMO P Iowler and kolle Rosman A Z- One tollle kelay Race t7IIaeu i TIIInJjtl Kappa Team One Mlle Run ySecondItfee Third1f II 11m O Another man has taken lip tho idv that the earth in hollow and that there is u hole al both tho north Bnd the south poles This is nothing new M It was exploited by ono Symmcs long ago but It is just M- IIUly now na then 1I HalJe You la Friend Then tell him about flyers Cherry Pectoral Tell him how It cured your hard cough Tell him why you always keep it in the house Tell him to ask his doctor about lt Doe tors use I great deal of It for throat and lung troubles I had a tenth entd and tonah and wa- IhrNllnM wllb I fled Asri- Chitty rretonl and Uan and r i foot a must woodsrful rough mi1cIusHixxA E WfllTIUllIloU FaUs 8 Oak 1 n IAloiiSABBAPA 51LA B I OM ef Ayera PIN4 at Um wtI t+eletn rrerYr oentty laaattve L TIlt Ornnt Army or the nllbllc11a thiunluirOueAnd 1Ierstill lhrlr regiments ore marching Mang march with tread- Aud nor sound bltIn the bivouac or the lists are mctruUy lifted Tu the hcroca here Litt them In the living heroes hail Ihern all with cheer on cheer Not for long will be with us Soon each regiment will be Tented here beneath the blossom Of the land It helped to free Jlllt tolaythe drums are muffled And the aagat halt K dead heroes IIItlnortesIX1niIrun above their graves still another winter layNowor the loveuat blooms of slay tct them rest In honored slumber While thclr praise from shore to shore Hlghty nlllion IhrOGII are are free forevermore BAie frorarS Pv b Ssm u Jajasis- tDECORATION DAY Orand Army Men Women Relief Corp a and Sons of Yeterdn + Observe the Oar Herein Baraa- RonNrxa EXERCISES The teachers of several grades of the Modal Schools and Drliubtell teacher of the CoUgo Elocution Clad hud drilled a largo number of- chl1dnm and young xlople until the u oropreparcl to give u delightful program ofexerpilCs Prof Edwards itS Superintendent of Model Schools nut Prot Rlgbp liS teacher of voca music evidently had contributed carefuPCyI entertainedGsongs nutI varied patriotic exorcised of the chit aoleetlonng no allow the interest to flag Colllllurifl- OUS woulel be invidious whore alI isna prosGunkind to others to mention Ism 8Onb by the primary clean whit were rendered with the ebarmiu nballlon of childhood but which sift xhowecl careful truiuing- trnvlNa SESSION At 130 whilo the CDllago Bau- o pluytrlTbo Stur Spnnglal Banner tho ole1 veterans VO strong ltd by tho flag marched on to time collegt- 11luHorm The Commander ordortl1- ulhmUon and ommdo Dodge rend the orders lrom the G A It Com manderlnChior Tanner from headquarters in lIahingtoll D C The baud titan playas a patriotic medlo iu whloh Tuntlnron the Old Camp Orguud t Toldnaxuoru S MUrlitng Homo null war prominent uoIodIvePresillent Pros then lad In mayor The GIl6 Club sang Bravo Bat tory Boys lbo Commander announced tito address by lntliclent Frost 1Y o need to be reminded said lb- t orator wo who uocor have emetic- iotvder of what the war reaUyOil and or chat the soldiers suffered au endured rat that time fie prDCtwd trd to glvo come or his own romlui sconces of the wnr Ills first memory was or a mulatto woman and her baby riding In a dry goals hex on the Uudurgrouud Railroad stopping at his homo for u few days Th second memory Willi of too strugglo to keep Kansas n free etato and 01 hearing his mother h1tor ltrowu his lIfo and death The came the ollCtion or Lincoln and ait4beirduring the canipaiiPl Thllll camo stories of Charley Shepurl and other personalacquaintances of his boy hood who were In the scaly of tho newspaper accounts especially th pictures of tics BntUo or Dull Run anti of Fort Doua1clson Dr Frost spoko of his fathers In Wrest In the war of his Christlm- a I Commission bllllbe of how he steal on the whipping post In the old slave and prcncbocl to roue who re yoked At Lnicolus assassination who worn confiuCll there per n limo Dont you veterans get to pitying yourselves s II I d the speaker Rheumatism and other acids and pains will come to you but they como to others who were never in the war But YOI have hose wit4 honor you hMo thom with respect When the glorious picture of tho war shall be painted with Lincoln and Grant and the other great heroes youU como in The Soldiers Farewell was sung hy the Collego Quartet pror Dodge then gave tho announcements In regard to the Grant Army Encampment to take placo 111 Boron the week after Commencement The Vacant Chair was rendered by the quartet The Commaudor called on Profca- BOr Dodge to pronounce tho bone diction and the meeting was con eluded Two bill for the removal of the in ternlll revenue tax from denatured- alcohol has passel the tower hpua and will doutIoss hepomo a law yodealtM alcohol oaK be used more oconom lastly ill tunny ppadxe than pilASaliratl tc Nentorinl Services The annual memorial service was In too Chapel last Sunday morn At 1045 the Civil War Voter anA led by the flag marched In be the rows or Sons of Voter ass and sat sown In the seats roo served for them The exorcises were conducted hy Pres Frost who an nouncedas opening hymn Safely Through Another Week Major Grosenorread the Scripture Lesson The choir snag the old favorite Proillo ye the Father and Rev Mr Stout lets In prayer America wM enthusiastically sung by the congregationAfter notices Major Chas H- Grosvenor gave tbo nnnulil sermon Ifit3 text WWl In I Peter 2U slut ye are II chosen generation a royal priesthood holy nation a peculiar people that ye lIIay show forth tho excellencies of 111m who called you opt of darkness into ills mnrvellou light Wo Bro sorry that apace will permit only an outline of the Majors aLldrellll Isis main heads were these 1 How Is God leading us- Iii what sense are wo his chosen peo pie 2 What has this nation cost a What can wo do to mAke our ua lion better In answer to the sec remindedyus fltru Indiana with Eugtnncl andlwllh one addedjthat has been tired In our nation wore part of its cost In this con nection Ito quoted the touching poem Teach Mo the Way to Diel The answer to the third question was Lot us fall in and fill up the ranks of Christian lialdiors The xorvias were concluded by- t too hymn Tho Kings Business and the benediction hy Rev Mr KUchon The Culiegw ltriek 1IRIII It Is doubtful if oven those who rcol thutrnselves best acquainted with h the Industries of Boron and the work inigportnnco ono o logo Institutions that con rightly bo classed as a commercial enter Collegededitor Hero wo have n wellequip pad sad prosperous brick yon lu 1our midst turning out 26000 bricks n day during the season supplying the country with brick as far soot II the Tonaaseao line sad ore to north as the Ohio River so tar as it capacity allows lu direct compotition- Y with the brick yards 01 Chattouoogal Knoxville Louisville Lexington an- Jlaysrillo The moatr of the brick GallestThere are four kilns In active op elation each with a capacity of- 22tJOOO bricks a yard with a capacity of 190000 and a bric moulding machine turning out 64 mendCollegedd 80 it Just at present two kilos are open ono about hair empty and the other Just being opened The first shows n very large percentage of market able brick and the other is almost au absolute level on top showing the- o uniform shrinkage so much dC8itl among brick l1akers The host about the plant however Is the lid everyn thathno waiting of ono workman upon quietrof all In evidence as lie moves shout his voice rarely hoard except by thee ono to whom ho is speaking but al ways appearing at the crucial coo meat for otTecUeneM The Brick Plaut will avail repay B visit for Your Protcclloh- wo ldnco this label on every package of Scotts RnnAsiou rite UlUIl withtU18hon his back la our txudamarlt dull It Is n llIUrtutlO that Scott Enitl slot will do all that is claimed for It Nothing better for lung throat or bronchial troubles pt lutant or adult Scotts Lmul flesheworld WW said yw a awpl 1rH sClrr paawvc del xwParb xrk Bisect lreea from IRnnlnl In the park opposite the Boron Post O1Gce the Irish orator M J Funning kept quito a crowd or cit- Izens busy thinking for something over nn hour last Friday evening After the band had played and Pres ident Frost hnd Introduced the ora tor referring in passing to tiro hot weather the famous Irishman opened his remarks by saying he had expected that Dr Frost would say something about the appropriateness of Fanning In such weather as this and he wns ready to reply that it wouldnt amount to a Frost anyway Then ho went on to speak of tem perance principle and the moderato drinker who thinks u total abstinence pledge very good for a drunkard on the verge of the grave but quite tin necessary for himself who can take a drink when ho wants to and let it alone when he wants to I know ho can lake n drink when ho wants toe said Fanning but I dont know whether ho can let it alone when ho wants to or not for I never saw him let it alone He keeps on drinking lIo wont on to show that selfishness patriotism loco for his family and the community and religion wero all urging him to let it alone He says he can let it alone when he wants to but ho dent want to was the constant refrain lie wont on to discuss the question or the relations or personal liberty to drinking Some people regard prohibition laws as Interfering with their personal liberty I have n right to exercise UIY nrmsto strike out front the shoulder with aU m might Dui If In so excercising m fist happened to como Into contact with the head of seine one who wos bigger than I was I should soon find that my liberty was restricted and perhaps In a painful way My righ- to strike out from the shoulder ceases boogins A man has the liberty to a thingwhen he has both the power and the right to do It No man liar a right to do things which will injttr his family his community and his country These wore some or tbo- IdeM which kept the people busy thinking In the open air meeting At time night meeting in spite of the meeting of the literary societies which kept ninny away a largo audi once tiled the main floor of the Chapel to hear the man from Boston i whore Fauuings home is talk didnsthrougnb either lIe tip I financial side or the question lIo said hattho annual drink bill of b- 1Jnitod States is about three milliou dollars and he had the official statistics to prove U lIe flhowed how fur this liquor business considered merely from a financial standpoint thatkCongress are debating about Those who missed Fanning missed powerful argument and a great treat- Something New lllrr the Fun A Philadelphia saloonkeeper Mathew Farrell has of his own free will petitioned the courts to revoke his license to sell liquors He is conscience stricken at the terrible reo suits of liquor selling ne says It Is puregcologne spirits and fusel oil to manor woman who wants whisky and ye t this is done Ho says he can no longer permit his name to be connected with n business which dis tributes such poisonous potions as there can bo no doubt that in many cases where men and women have been found lead they have died through the vile concoctions sold at saloou8 under the guise of pure liquor He alsosaysI object to having my name connected with Q businlllS which takes from human beings not only their money but their will power and their reason leaving thorn ruined wrecks for time and eternity It is a fact that more crimes are traceable to the rum business nod moro heart brokon wives children mothers nUll lather are duo to drink than to or all other causes I nm now decided to obey thl dictates of I11Y conscience and the appeals or my good old mother and shall try to make a living in n business not so intimately connected with oho ruIn of all that is good and pure in human life and its relationsThis mans awakened conscience and his voluntary nbadonl1ent of hia liquor business is the strongest tom perance sermon that could be preach odJfarlford Times CIVO have noticed the Jnmesiown Kan Optimist says that some men will kick like sin Ifa retail merchant Is making more than 10 per cent profit on his goods but never mur mer when they pay a jointkeeper profit on a bottle of whiskeys A good square piano forsaloor rent at Chrismnns the furniture man Fertilizer C O Rhodus sells lerttJizerJo A good atock or a odarticle Sec bias before buying F- N Who desires the best Business in Berea I have a piece of property that is well worth the price 1c j ask for itsay nothing about the business that I can place you in I have for sale the Derea Produce House and lot on Depot street This lot is too feet front and 300 feet long the build t ings consist or a Produce House two story dwelling and barn This property is well worth the money I ask for it The busi ness is the most promising of any business in Berea from the fact that it is a specialty without competition The business that is being done shows a profit of two thousand dollars per year clear receipts What has been done can be done again Anyone desiring this property should call at once on JaR BICKNELL Real Estate Agent BEREA KENTUCKY LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAILROAD Time Table In Effect Jan I 1906 Dallyqa m Arrive Paris 528 a m Arrive Cincinnati 7G0 a m Korth Train 2 mtArrivo Richmond200 p m Arrive Parls390 p m Arrive Cincinnati 610 p m GoIng South Train 3 Daily Leave Derea 124 pm Arrive Knoxville 810 p m Going South Train I Bally Leave Berea 122G a in- tlrricoKnoxville 790 a m carryDintand Knoxville la both directions Trains oum berends celT Pullman vaUbuled sleeping ear and coaches between Cincinnati and Knox vlle In loth directions Agenttd 1V1YYKYItYYKFKISISKgUtPP OfIi Rent Cheap A nice little Cottage House of four rooms on Depot Street Lot 83 by 269 feet Call on a or address to- l tOe HOLLIDAY REAL ESTATE AGENT tJAIN ST UEREA ItVIII+lA7Fiiilil7t3lA1SISitkS171rlil3iSlaqle itSlCt A OUA1tANTKL ll Cults FOtt PILES Itching Blind Dlfedlog Protruding Pita Drug gists are authorized to refund money If PAZO OItITMItNT falls to cure in 6 to to days yam Call nt T J Mobcrleys and see 9the best line of- OOLLAltS TEAM HARNESS MUGGY HAIMZSS And anything that you noel for a horse Can and got prices bay will induce you to buy T J MOBERLEY Richmond Kentucky C F Hanson LICENSED EMBALMER AND UNDERTAKER Successor to D R Robinson An cans promptly attended tonight and day Telephone No4 Berea Ky Dr We G BESTtDENTIST Office over Post Offic- eS RR BAKER Dentist Omver Printing 011100BEREA KY Office hours from 8 to 4 Teeth extracted without painsomnorote I FOR SALE A low good Jacks Will sell or exchange for other property J W HERNDON 3 miles from Berea on the Richmond PikeIf i I KEEP CLEAN JandJ C BURNAM j The Wnt End Barber Shops Phone d7- a 8 500n suit is all is will cost you Monuments URNS HEADSTONES STA YIGranite and MarbleIMonumental work of all kinds done in a workmanilike manner at prices and with dlspatclJIAU our work is Golden Flora RICHMOND KYlCorner of Main and Collins Streets Fish Again In Michigan CHIDThe Michigan Line f Beat of Service to TOLEDO DETROIT AndteatftlkFancuaSufmrReeeriroi w MICHIGANI and CANADA Through Cars to CHARLBYOlX x Ott asd after uu2S BOOM OF SUMMER TOURS- FREE FOKTHK Ala if 11L CALWWAYwoeaeeat recr AgtIcuIcaaNT eek The Citizen An independent Family Newspspsr rublltbed every Thursday at Borea Ky 1EREA PUBLISHING COMPANY L E TUPPER Editor and Mgr 1 Subscription Ratos rAYABUt IX ADTANCI One Yen fl M- Ix monihi 60 three months U Send monty by Postoelee Woucy Ordrr Ex- rei Money Order Claret Drslt Utclalered litter or ono and two cent sumps The date after your nuns shows to what date rour lubscrlptlon li paid Hit It not changed Within tbree week after seeding w money aotlfy Ul- eubecrlbefl wlthtng Tna CmztH topped nit notify ui at the expiration of sub tlptlon la71nl all arrrari trt ibill udder that they with It continued Notify ni at once ol any thuncctn your addreer rltlnt both old cad new addresses Willing numbers due to wrappers coming ofl mesa or otherwise be tup riledU we are noUlled Agents wanted Iu every looa1ly write for tams Anyone sending Ua four frearfy rib wlU receive Tx Ctrtsx out eUGILI w Health of School Children Proper attention to the health of children is an excellent civic invest ment A great part of the diseases which derelop as chronlo in after life could be obviated by closer medical superslvlon of children health Especially defects in hearing eyesight or teeth can be checked In early life while in later years they become too confirmed to yield to treatment The investigation of the board of educa tion have shown that a majority of the school children have either de fective eyesight or a tendency to bad vision It Is now proposed to examine tho school childrens teeth al so This experiment has been tried In Germany whore attention to the teeth has Improved tho eyesight and the hearing by improving the diges tion of the children treated It is as necessary for a child to have sound senses and good bodily health as men tal development In the majority of the occupations at which the present school children of the present will lu future years earn their livelihood sound health and a good physique will be of more value than education frills There are signs says a Washington report tint Alice Longworth is bring ing up her husband properly In fact the Idea Is afloat in Washington that he is fairly well tamed already He has gone shopping with his wife moro than once To be sure says an official in one of the departments he went shopping with her before she was his wife but that doesnt count Its the shopping he has done since then that makes or breaks the tec ord The antenuptial shopping was expected Tho postnuptial well until it Is done the taming has not been accomplished The Washington rule for judging whether the husband has been tamed Is to invite him to go shopping in one of the department stores before lunch If he does he has been broken to double harnessI We are spending at a tearful rate and much of the expenditure has for the nonce no offset except paper profits The land is full of nouveaux riches who as the slang goes think they have money to burn and their womenfolks are bettering the Instruction Tho cost of building and living has thus been raised to a level on which It cannot rest for very long As the old adage hath it Put a beggar on horseback and he will ride to the devil From the present out look the record will be broken by the jockeys who are now in the saddle After awhile the season of repose repentance and economy will come It Is related that Col Charles W Larned professor of drawing at West Point stood In the sunshine under an elm The spring is rath backward sir said a cadet Oh no said Col Larned The daffodils the crocuses and violets are backward sir the cadet instated respectfully Nevertheless said Col Larned there is no doubt that spring Is really hero at last Why sir do you think soT the cadet asked Because all the comic art IsbrlaldCol Larned have now begun to put vegetation in their back grounds alreadyi progressed man there can i DOW think anything ho pleases prp vlded he exercises due care not to mention tilt thoughts to anybody or to act in accordance with them if they are at all progressive The prominent lawyer who asserb that women are responsible for 80 pir rear of the divorces is too conserve tive Make It 100 per cent If worn en did not accept proposals of mat rlage there would be no divorces ThaUAllnlgbt bank that Is going to be started In Chicago will be ve convenient for the highwaymen to de posit their nights earnings In Some one has invented U Hiaehl n fur counting money The average s t BMR is willing to do his own count log if he can get the money rIM San xKnuttloco woman who BO tiered a divorca the other day In just eIL mlanleecatt ToryUhslya g i swrrkij agate la tree wilt Anmlrmt Ailtlete an Rmalrin bg ODhjutpir Sautes By DR JOHN W BOWLER Director of Phyileil Training at Dartmouth College lN the Olympic games at Athens the American athlete again demonstrated his superiority I regret that so of our best athletes found it inexpedient to take the trip If the games could have been held Inter along in- Julywe would send a great many of our best college as well as noncollegc athletes to take part in those classic contestsMost of the athletes thnttook part lit those games were illprepared as there had been very little opportuni ty for outdoor training previous to the time it was necessary to leave this country in order to reach Athens in time for the For the above reason the glory is aU the greater the char games acter of the American athlete is indeed sterling the powers and pos sibilitics of the American athlete are greater titan those of any other nation Whatever may be said of those who take part in athletic contests it cannot be denied that the athlete must necessarily practice the rugged virtues of courage fairness resolution selfdomination discipline and in most sports cooperation lIe attains by tho prac tice of athletic sports endurance and respect for tho power and ability of the other fellow If he is inclined to be conceited Or a5 the boys say swcllcdhcadcd he soon loses that and becomes n man With these virtues he also attains grace that which comes with strength only and usually after his athletic career is over he carries these virtues with him into his business and social life Manyof our large and small cities have established public ath letic grounds where the young and old can find some form of phys ical recreation suitable to them during the open season and notably the city of Boston which not content with this loss also catabliihed public indoor gymnasia thus giving an opportunity at all seasons of the year to those who desire to cultivate physical development Most of our college and preparatory schools and many of our public schools have in the curriculum a course of physical culture All this tends to increase the powers and possibilities of the American athlete wl1 truant irl nub 1l1rx tIuutpuug Dy ELIZABETH ME5EROLE RHODES Secretary or the Intei Munlcloil Research Committee of New York While employers can tinuc to tlieoriit re garding adxTinlagSS of housework over ovary other form of occupa tion for women conai tions show that the class ofgirlc arc making their into 1shoi and factory HId office life becoming overworked stitchers and nnderl aid salesladies aa and inefficient stenographers instead of taking up the womanly n employment of housework Now let us look into this theory of the nice home and see if perchance we employers have been hugging a delusion whether we have been making the mistake of believing that because we have a pleasant home establishment is equally attractive and equally homelike from the employers point of view The perfection of the home apparently depends on whether ones place in it is that of mistress or o maid Let us compare for a moment the home of the houscworkcr with the home of the office factory worker By home 1 do not mean th6 quarter of the city in which she lives nor the external appearance of the house I mesh the real hearthstone of the girlthe place that she calls hers whether she shares it with a fellow worker or rooms alone the place where she lives her individual and inner life Then there is the question entertaining company girl friends and men friends Now here says one housewife is where the houseworker has the advantage She has a nice kitchen in which to entertain her company The girl in a tenement has often no place to take her caller that is not already overrun by the family and if she is boarding she often has no place at all Mistress housewife your argument is logical but perhaps the working girl is devoid of logic In any case she continues to hold a prejudice against enter taining her friends in the kitchen and the young men continue to share that prejudice Houseworkcrs tell me that their chances of marrjage are less than those of girls who work outside the home I have no statistics to show on either side but whether the statement is true or notso long as young women believe it to be true the occupation will be less popular with them than other industries For every woman of normal feelings desires to marry or at least desires a chance to marry If she remains a spinster she likes to feel thai it is from choice not from necessity 0z intf nt tbQ biro= op p of r e Weak b1an eoBy REV A K DE BUMS D D letter way that Pessimism is usual ly the philosophy of the weak man It finds small faults and magnifies them It finds great faults and despairs Great states men great organizers great religious leaders have always been opti mists Ten men members of Israels committee of investigation saw the children of Anak in the land of Canaan Big fellows giant like and tremendous fighters were those Anakim So the ten men straightway lost heart abandoned hope and cried out We cant do itl Theyre too many for us and too strong 1 The two heroes of the party declared We can eat them up we can destroy the Anakim The grapes of Hhkol the land of milk and honey is ours by right It belonged to our fathers Let us go up and take it They were neither darkbrowned pessimists nor mealymouthed opportunists They were men of hoper We need the spirit ol the two not of the ten America must be made Gods country Whining and kicks will not make it so It belongs to his people by inheritance The disclosures of the divorce courts make me shudder But remember the tens of thousands of pure homes and happy family circles We read magazine expo sures and lose heart But our civic and political life is not rotten ftothc core as some say There are evils enough Cod knows butt the people beat time and I believe the number ofuncqrnipted incorruptible mn in the public service yaitlv utrinkstlle riurrtbir i oTHJic yenial add degenerate 1 CHIEF OFFENDER ATTACKED President Roosevelts Method of Deal ing with Enemies of the People It Is characteristic of President Roosevelts courago that In leading a the peoples attack against tho law loss ho has selected the offender that Is is chief in power and In pernicious In for fluence It U characteristic ot the presidents directness that ho has mentioned that offender by name and can It is characteristic of his fidelity that lie proposes to use all tho available powor of tho government to misdoing and to punish tho mladoer1pi It has been tho general tho Troy Times that tho Standard Oil company has been amassing groat ling wealth by crushing out competition and by tho employment for this end of Illegal combinations and agreements TJio thorough and untiring Investiga tlon made by Commissioner Garfield of tho bureau of corporations hasIt amassed fact which proVo that secret I rebates granted by tho Standard Oil company and oppressive discrimina non In open rates have von to that enormoliB corporation a decisive and overwhelming advantage over petitors It Is shown In comI that rates only onethird ot what was charged to other shippers were given to the Standard 011 company in this state President Roosevelt has Informed congress of the fuels and luotly de scribed the situation as a character istic example of the numerous evils which are Inevitable under a system in which the big skipper and the railroad are loft free to crush out all individual to initiative and all power of independent action because ot tbo ab sence of adequate and thoroughgoing governmental central Tile president rightly holds that so no outrageous n broach of equity In tho cneratehraent upon popular right ands i gross a violation cf the principles of business fairneoa constitute n blow at tko people aid a menace to the pur poses which the American govern meat Will eaiabUb4 to maintain and defend The proaMent autxoste therefore that to an tmiatsiroUve agency be siren power to control awl cheekc the troaehoreaa abu ef such a corporation as tko on adtr review and plainly Indtentos his wttltogHOM to use all the teens open to UM oxotu tive to attack thus orgttalaod lajwrtloe and to protest its vtetlm among the business interests and the laftivtdoal consumers of iho country I Great offenses dosofte Moroic ratie diM and as UM roMnl says any I Injustice which may be predicted ot an administrative conimlealon would not begin to lie to otilragoovaly creel I what has already Wen proved gaunt one of the Wg corporations of this country A lIVE ISSUE CERTAINLY rom Present Indications the Tariff Will Be Much in Evi I denceIIIt saying oo there would be much canto for nun I oaten In the optIon exprowod by the IIThefundamental principle It Is meretyI nn administrative question withinI certain IInM Not even the most em phatic revlitqnlala have tho temerity to demand free trade All they want is a readjustment of scheduler They I admit that the oonntry is prosperous and that the protective principle un j derlying our tariff policy ehoutd not bo disturbed Manifestly then the I tariff Is a Question which can and will wait There are a dozen other matters more pressingly In need ot regulation Tariff revision talk nowI would Induce sltep anywhere from a crossroads political meeting to the pit Identa cabinet- Nevertheless I says tho American Economist there Is much tariff re I Isteepmuch awake U is the pubtlnhcd purpose of tho American Reciprocal Tar iff league to secure the election this year of the largest possible number of I Republican congressmen pledged toIImmediate tariff revision Guild Foss McCall and the rest the progressives will help all ofI can If this purpose should succeed- in I say CO congress districts will succeed In more thin boJ dlstrlctlI if tho friends of tariff stability alert tho way would bo open to a general attack on tho Dlngley ached tiles From present appearances the tariff will be an exceedingly live Is But In the campaign of 1900 C7In her controversy on the tariff question Germany was handling a doubleedged Weapon and her states men wero wino to recognize It as such Portland Me Advertiser crin former years Col Bryan invariably Insisted upon writing his own platforms Now ho has decided to turn over a new leaf by taking the nomination and letting the other fellows do the platform tinkering St Louis GlobeDemocrat C7lf Great Britain were this republic of ours her statesmen would advocate that If we have com morce and labor enough for our own people sufficient to kfcep everybody constantly employedwe had better hold on to ItDes Moines Capital crrbey are wise friends who know when they have a good tariff a better tariff thin any that would bo tin kered up by reformers and pro gressives with as many different no tioHa there era holders of those etloai They are wise friesdo who Icnbvrwhe to let a good tarlf alos kMWMgl EAsftOflUAt t TARIFF REPEAL NOT NEEDED lSan ibuiltA broad Wo do not believe San Francisco Is parly to the cry for a repeal of the tariff on otructurnl steel while the city rebuilding There Is no occasion such repeal says tho Plttaburg Ga zette American manufacturers can supply the demand PitUburg mills do it and would sot other work aside it necessary that rebuilding should not bo retarded This at hardly greater than would be for foreign material If the tariff the bo removed In a rcccut hear before tho committee on merchant and fisheries Judgo Gory of tho United States Steel and corporation quoted tbo prices in this country and abroad By that state ment It may seen tho export prices of Great Rrltaln Germany franco Aus and Belgium on structural shapes range from 125 to UB while tho not American price Is about flCO Add- Ing but feleht the price delivered would give no appreciable advantage to the San Francisco builders but might countryI at contributions to the roller would be a remarkablo exhibit on the part of conlrcsa to extend an Invlta lion to foreign manufacturers to supply of the material for rebuilding tho city While Germany Is building Us tariff wall higher and Is paying a bounty on steel exports to enable her manufacturers to quote low prints of there Is no call for tho United States open tho door oven in the face of calamity Great Britain is not In po sltlen to furnish tho material more lit promptly than this country on and having a higher production east and bounty could not compete with Germany in the bidding Should material tra brought from abroad It would benefit neither the railroads nor the Industrial eoarrrns wbteb hare given so literally to the uffcrors All would com direct J j water In foreign bottoms San Fraa eUeo would bo basted to rebuild with foreign stool The members el r who lairodtired the bills do clan that they did so enter the uiapprohanslon that American milk could not supply tko demand That IrapfeOBJon laving been corrected tkere U Just one peeper course to take That Is to withdraw Ute Will and let the matter drop No hardship will U Imposed thereby on the San r nclmo reMIMor IDEMAND NOT POPULAR Chanije of the Dlngley Schedules Not Called for by the Poope In Q eoral No Republloan from Wisconsin MaMachusotta Iowa or anywhere else who baa attained tile tariff this year has voiced tho vlow of the Republican party The Hlngtoy set lies been la operation also years it has had a longer life than the WilsonGorman law which it ritoplaeotl Also U has lived longer then dW tile McKinley utewhIch tile Dentoemta repealed when thy pet the WilsonGorman law on tbe statute kook So likewise has boon with na for more yens than was the act of 1883 which the DlnBIe1Iany other law In its Reid since Mor rills which was pealed In 1S81 DulI the Dingier act continues to give a Rood account of itself rays the St Louis GtoboDewwrai It furnishes both revenue and proleotlnn and the Wilson act pmvldmi neither the one nor the other Nothing that any Dem ocrat has ovor said against the Dial loy law has been as severe lands denunciation of the mocrat1cI WIlMnGormnn act the parly per tidy and party dishonor law which Cleveland eonlomptnously refused toI sign but lot It get on the statute book through the expiration of ihs tenI days time limit Thero Is no popular demand among the Republicans for the repeal or material modification ofI the Dlngley tariff On the contrary any tampering with that net At this time would arouse Kopubllmn hostil ity all ovor tho country No Repub lican who assails It ron long main tain his standing In tho party A Democratic assault on either the tar lit or the lag In tho Philippine In the congressional canvass of 1900 mould Insure n Republican majority In the elections which would mako nil tho offyear Republican margins since 1S9I look narrow- t7Domocrate are Inclined to say that ns tho speaker opposes revision and says that congress must represent the desires of tbo American people he In effect makes tariff revision the is sue In tho coming elections placing the Republican party absolutely In the stand pat attitude and the Democrats for revision Whether title be to or not It Is fairly certain that there will bo no tariff revision at this se 3lon of congress Let well enough alone seems a good enough adage to steer byOswego Times IgPOln the meantime Col Bryan is In blissful ignorance of the fact that his articles on the Philippics are attract Ins practically no attention There are so many things happening of real Interest now Kansas City Journal t7And pray what part or parts of tariffs would the Democrats revise bur Democratic brethren of the West Virginia press jiqve no specific com plait so far as the latqlllgencer can see Do they for Instance want to chop the tarist from coal from lumber from glnos of from poteryt illue tot a Wly Wheeling tt 1 iwn vnwDRINKERS TAKE HEED Corporations And nustnttn Firms Be coming More Btrint Regarding Employing Drinkers Over 2060000 of lho bet positions In United Slate aro nlowd to miD who drink In tho centers of business men who arc placed In positions of must must bo bonded by bonding companies not by their trltmls One or iho main Questions that a bonding company asks of sue to bo bonded Is Do you drink Intoxicating liquors end they will not bond one who Is given todtink Till Pennsylvania Railroad rompany only lu lnls on Us men being nob r toilets on their keeping out taf the way of temptation On one division ihe trainmen worn Riven orders not to slop over night at tho end of their division a hotel that had n bar The hotel near limo depot closed the mt becAUse Ihoy preferred Iho patronage of mha railroad without drink rather Hun in lose this iwtronuafl and retain the ate drink In Cincinnati a railroad rmployp lived next door to a saloon He WH Inh MirprluM one morning to get nml II from tinclniwflors to change MR pi rn rrKiriffiMorglvoupht nim wht- he railroad Time onlv rrlsatgi- ven was dial the rallroail nitwnv did net ran tar any of In 11 vv ft no rloMlv associated wlh nv toon- tti Oirrr iff fh who r tnruv Ins that n aaraenhsll M r s1 In rvrrp tnlllllrfI camp WHO PAYS THE tillS An Important Question W1b the Tax Payer Should Try Answer In IiurllnttoH W lu on Man h under lruiM of I drunk teak emr i teratlve INnllNlN of ten itjj a jii WOO hostile the drunks 7 Ir d AI bans In three mouths 77 111 tkt- heir Uu dcgw lu Jail tlVbn nila the bills la KalUonkfl Mich the 1I1r rl tn a laru itonarttaont atom III to bU duty as a citizen raps against a certain saloon krr t arol c did to end the saloon 111 hji i My the penalty of his vi k a J law The next day the aawn keg- rsled at the store wharf Ii I v C was doing duly and dame l ol iI merchant that he dlKbaito i i s forthwith The merchant r iistratvd He was a valuable tun IIIh not 1llIlalMtRe wttb the tees ol OU young teas Ttii the a on keeper you win fey what yon owe nw The door hail i jn Tin Miluon beeper always ikiln a ru b iMiniiteo aa Ita lOA t t ic tni rhot who had to do largely 1 ire iii burluemi hid M proapereii tb t fce hI- a murtaaie aglet the men hauir the nacrchnnt mil there ar oh tau to bow to Ute saloon Mfiwr + mead nod yet people wonil that the saloon helps buiiticai Three Dun a Day Two or three years ago a wo rn merchant dW some ngurine as 10 tile coat of beer lie Insert U In a local paper as n paid aduerUsennnt and It excited so much latorwt that It wee song as a special telegram to a Chicago newspaper It was as fui low Look at this Three boon a day for a yoor would bring into your home cos barrel of flour M pounds sugar IX pound of ooraatarch 10 pounds of iMcarotil 10 qaaru of bones four 19pound ham ono boshel of sweet potatoes lb pounds of rIco 20 pounds of crackers 11O bars of soap three 12pound turkey s live quarts of cranberries 10 bunches of celery 10 pounds of prunes four dozen oranges and 25 good beef eteaba They DontlAY Tho saloon dooant pay As an economic moaiura it Is an absolute failure The only tuRn who makes money out of the saloon is the keeper In Monmoutb III six saloons zero licensed at 11000 each and paid their license fees and began business In less than two weeks from tho the tho 10009 llccnso sea were paid In and the saloons opened tho city fathers voted an appropriation ot 5300 fee additional police protection to take care of tho extra buslncsft those saloons were thrusting upon the cityWhy Some Men prink Proto William James save An un healthy minded person suffering fruia all sorts of regrets where ambitions and aspirations has been obstructed suffers from bodily discomfort not die tlnctly localized but breading a gen eral mistrust and state ot depression It Is this condition that develops tbo thirst for alcohol and more than halt of nil persons who drink do so at first to secure the temporary anasthosla tram these morbid feelings which hml they been normal at first would pot have existed Silt Indicted When they tell you that there Is just 88 much liquor drunk with nil without saloons they admit their connivance wlh nes8tfor an anti sploon ad ministration could nI1I1wpul1 enforce law The ojalooQt administration IIBuerwjithelawfocd It de Isajfoy else I 11 AN t uARltp 1 IlJ1IWHAT IS A GOOD ROAD A Dlatusslon by Edwnrd K Parkin son and Comment by dltor I Country Gentleman The beat roads that have ever been built were those constructed by the I 010t1examplu of what roads should be I Ir roads had a width of 30 feet and pavements of heavy stone at tho bottom and often one or more layers I stone bedded In cement to make thej Iof waterproof Tho two cuts show best types of ancient Roman I roads It has been argued that such roads I would cost too much to build In these days of high wages To be sure tho enormoll81yI1 Iho other hand bo much less Some of tho Homan roads aro lCOO years old and aro still In fair con dltlon I will say for the sake ot argument that n modern macadam road will last SO years without hav log to bo extensively repaired at tho I end of that time however the road will have to be practically reconstruct- edt at least to tbo extent of half the original coat Bo a new road will bet TylgA op OLD noMAN ROAD built and paid for every 40 years Tliortfere In lCOO years the age at Ielse of Ue Homan roads we shall have btillt UNI paid for 40 poor rands liven Granted that a rib of Neman rod tONSIl cwt 40 time no much as n mile ef err macadam road which it dcxtfnl wouldnt the loco of money from etMtrtMted tram and Inconven knee be Mtltefent reaaen far Imlldlne roads that would last at toast 100 years The old excuse that the eon dition are M different and our climate to hard on roads does net seem- to have much weight The truth 354 we build our roads In such a hurry and oftentimes with so llttlo judgment on the part ef the en Klntcra that the wender Is net that they dont last IBDB bat that they last ai long as they do Macadam who was one of the bout modern road bulliler constructed his roaito on the Idea that when any roadI bed Is thoroughly undcrtlrnln BO M to remain permanently hard crushed PlYIun I Rfccssary Please note thoroughly undcrdralned and crushed stone may lea used The point Is how many macadam roadbed aro thoroughly un denlrained GO that they remain per i manently hard I feel safe In sar- I log not ono In ton In tact the roads built outAJde of elites and suburbs are not as a rule underdralned In any way In Prance which has perhaps the most roads In the world the toads are divided Into sections and ono or two men are put In charge of a sec lion to ktep It In perfect repair They are required to go over the road every day acd In every section there Is a toolhousc with a quantity of stone ready for repair work al ways on hand The result Is the cost of maintenance Is very low and the roads tact for years Edward 1C Parkinson- In commenting upon the abovo ar gument by Mr Parkinson tbe editor or the Country Gentleman says Mr Parkinson has broached a sub Jest that certainly deserves most earnest consideration Ita macadam road becomes rutted and gutted the I first winter It may be questioned whether It Is very much better In the long run than the modbank It re placed that is It will shortly revert to A condition about as bad On tho other hand the weight ot expert opinion seems at present to be against tho attempt to build Ro man roads In thU country Not only Is the expense exeestvely greaj but such solidity is unn coasary with or dinary euro In draining Thus Mr W P Judson In hii book on roads and pavements says bat the Roman roads wore remarkable for their strength and durability and tor lit fIe clic If anyone were so nnwlHo u to attempt to build similar roads now the cost waulu bo from four tft right times tho present cost of our inost expsnlvc modern pavements which are In every way better for modern uses and upon which the clUe of tho United States are esti mated to have expended half a bll lIon ot dollars Jfoor Seed Cora It tale poor pood corn Is planted only nn uneven stand may be expoctod f with lota ci barren or unfilled mlks Select can which aro oven and well filled at both ends then shell and run tho gram through a fanaiar alit + c a4Ln l RiaStla WiFw la k- saalti Mkt w h CONQUERING SQUASH BUG Best Methods of Protecting the Vines from the Ravages of This Pest After tho squashes cucumbers and melons are Well started the squash bug makes lu appearance Those who have a garden know the not rusty block creature with Its vllo odor la spring or early Bummer the eggs are laid on tho leaven and stems of planu sometlnioB singly but usually In groups of from 12 to 50 They are brownishyellow and easily founJ Fortunately the Insect confines Its attention almost entirely to cucurbl taceous plants As the bugs grow they scatter over the leaves molting five times before they reach maturity Naturally tho plant Is weakened by such attentions A leaf that has nourished many bugs will turn yellow and If tho pests are numerous enough the wholo plant maybe killed It Is sometimes claimed that tho bug stings the leaf and kills It but It would be more to the point to say that tho leaf Is tapped and IU lifeblood sucked cut In autumn the adult bug crawls under a board atone or rubbish and remains till spring Tho Nymphs may bo killed by a spray of kerosene emulsion or tobacco water as their bodies are soft and unprotected But the old bugs ore proof against this kind of treatment Thrit hardshelled backs protect them The most practicable remedy thus far seems to bo hand picking says Iho Qrangu Judd Farmer It should begin with the first bug and be topwitcd at short intervals Tho best time for It la In the morning while It It cool and the bug sltigglah A convenient way Is to drop the bugs into a can containing water with a little kerosene Tho bugs will swim in clear water but the film of oil on tho surface Is sure death Boards ot tkinglM placed on the ground are an MMianoe in gathering the bugs They will seek thMe shelters In midafter noon and remain dormant till It it warm In the morning when they can tastly be gathered Crushing the eggs IT the leaves is u preventive measure that should not bo neglected So far an my experience goes the- beat way to guard against the bug li to plant the vines among potatoes It has rarely found them there I have grown good crops ot KitMthea In this way and found few or none of the In MM though In other plaees they were numermu HAY DOORS IN BARN Placing Tracks ter Them on an In cline Will Facilitate Open log Them There hM been great trouble In find lag a suitable method of hanging doors for unloading hay with font or slings from the outside ot building The GOOD HAY DAItN DOOIt method described by my diagram wi think the very beat place yoilr track on an Incline with the roof and put on rollers on the doors at the same in chino They will open very easily says Rural New Yorker and shut bard but they can easily bb managed from Inside MUZZLE FOR CORN PLOWING Necessary Protection When Cultivat ing tho Growing Crop This wlro muuto Is very easy to mnkfr and Is much better than the nail muzzle For cultivating corn or drilling wheat In corn muzzling Is always iiecas vary says n cor respondent of tile Farm and horns anJ I have made muzzles out ol smooth wire like cut which have proved first class They do not scratch the moss of the horses or trouble thelt breathing as do cloth bags etc JOTTINGS Try to harrow no soon after plow lug as possible Two good stalks of corn In a hill It the host number An oven stand of three stalks of com tJ the hill Is desirable and will give better results than more or less Most farmers take their chances on the germlnablltty of seed This fact is the cause ot much loss every year The quickest way to start sprouts of Irish potatoes is to cut them in small Meets lay In tints cover with sand and place them In a light warm place Why spend much time In trying to make the beau poles set firmly Just tin thorn together at the top In groups of four and so form pyrnmhlshapcf sluices The Vfater Supply It Is find to have plenty of good water on the term lor everything and some means should bp resorted to to get such a supply It It Is lacking The gapollno engine simplifies this prop sltloa very much Have Straight Rows Dont be vatisfled with crooked w1l Nothing adds to the I1l1vearauIjCl of1- elttfi Pore tkBB tt rows be f gldea they are were waolyrwlthate4 THE GENTILE WOMANS FAITH Sunday School Lesson tor June 3 1906 SpeeUlt Prepared for nil F per LESSON TEXT Mark TtSMO Memory rerte 90- OOLUBN TEXTOreat li thy faith bll It unto thee even as thou wiltJlatt13 8- TUIESUmnler A D 29 a few week after last lesson ItiACU On border of country of Tyre and Sldon o or W miles northwest of Sea ot Galilee Comment and Suggestive Thought V 24 From thenco went From Capernaum or Its vicinity Jesus and thn twelve went Into the neighborhood of Tyre Borders The coun try district within the domain of the cities named Would have no man know It lie did not wish notoriety of any sort Ho had come hither that lie might quietly tench His apostles Could not be lid It soon boouja known that the great jtlculer was there V ZC For What Is about to be told brought Him such fame that It probably accounts for his brief stay In this region In the Hev Ver Uils veriQ begins with Out stralghtwa Immediately upon hearing ot lila ar rival a woman who had a groat need sought Him out Young daughter A thin child Had an unclean spirit She WM the victim of what was known as demoniacal possession Heard of Him Perhaps she or her neighbors hall been among those who Shucked to Osllleo to KM and hear Jmu0 Mark 38 V 26 A Orook Probably she spoke the creek language Byrophoe nlclan 8b Was a Phoenician by race and lived In the political division known as Syria some other lboenl cians lived In northern Africa and wore termed IJIijoPhoenlclaos Be sought Him Ily combining Mat thews account with that of Mark we Me that the following convtraatton took Illall- 8Womanline mercy on mo O LonL thou ton pf DAVid my OMghter la grievously voxeS with a devil leers remain scent niwipUs Sand her away for she ertoth alter us JHHM to dtsctples1 am not sent but unto the lost sheep of the hwn of Israel Woman wonhlplng Lard help me Jens to womanLet the children first be filled for It Is not meet to take true rlilldrons brood and to cast It unto tho dogs Woman Truth Lord yet the dogs under the table eat of the childrens crumb JMU owomnnSrflatls thy fnltki be it unto thee oven as thou wilt Go thy way the devil is gono out Of toy daughterAs tee how Jesus tried the wom an first by Ills silence then by apparent rebuff wo feel sure that Ha was trying to bring her Into the household of faith that she as well as her daughter might be bleoeed V 27 Let the children fret ba filled Josus words to the disciples see above which she had heard would give her to understand that lie meant Gentiles must watt until Israel lies wore provided for Not meet Not fitting Unto the dogs The Jaws thought that they alone were children of God and they called people of other nations doastto indicate that their lives wdre unclean and perhaps that they barked nt true Godliness V 28 She answered One of weak faith might have gone home discour aged or perhaps resentful but this womans faith was energized by motherlove and ahdwvas ready to bear anything It sIlO might gain her daughters restoration Yes Lord She agreed to what Jesus said and addressed Him as the sovereign Lord it Mankind Yet the dogs etc The woman humbly accepts what Ho nya nnd from tho truth of the proverb draws a new plea 211 For this saying Because of the faith and love shown by this say- Ing Jesus was greatly pleased by her faith for it put her where lie could bless her she had opened her heart to Him See Matthews rendering In nut Golden Text The devil Is gone out Jesus had not seen 6r touched the child but lie assures the mother that she Is cured V 30 Was come to her house Be lieving Jesus word sho hastened homeward and found her daughter released from her malady laidor more literally thrown upon the bed Probably a convulsion had ac rompanlcd her release What a happy bgm that humble cottage now be cauiut Note the obstacles which this woman overcame 1 Nationality she was lo Jews a foreigner 2 He llglon she was a Canannite and pagan 3 Speech she was a Greek a ten tile 01 Sex sho was a woman and not accustomed to appear In public Beyond all these Jesus Himself lecmcd to put obstacles In her way Practical Points V y3 Sooner or later Christ and the seeking soul are sure to meet1 Chron 239 V 20 End soul Is tormented by demons of sin which only Christ can cast outUom 724 25 V 27 Whea Jesus seems lent to our cry Ho Is opening thq way and awaiting the time for Bending the largest possible ouswor Jus 134 V28 Every difficulty surmounted strongr1V 20i Nothing tisataiHl before ow who dtiesaw es Ged4JeitLli4 COAL IN THE PHILiPPINES AS Many as Different Beds of Fuel Have Been Dlstin guirhed The coal measures are made up of al ternating beds of shales sandstones clays and black lignite or llgnltobl tumlnous coal besides a few small bands of limestone In their lower horI- zon As many an five different beds of fuel have been distinguished These measures says the Engineering Maga zlne increase In thickness but appar ently grow more and more barren of coal toward tho north shore A little southwest of Calahoga bay tho east ern one of tho two major Indentations on the north shore a Spanish company has operated within the past ten years first mining coal by means of expensive Spanish labor and later 190304 with the help of Japanese Here the maximum thickness of coal scams examined Is about five feet but near the south shore toward tho western end of tha Island 20 feet of coal was penetrated by a drill and at the apex of the anti cline on the Urgera pcrtenencla there la an abnormal accumulation of over 30 feet of mineral fuel However tho greatest normal thickness of any seam on tho island measured at the surface by me did not exceed eight toot Of the just stated thickness at the outcrop was the Dig tree seam from which a sample lot of fen tons gave highly eatlsfactory results when thor oughly tested on board tho United States army transport Wright late in April 1904 Compared with the Klsh Inn coal from Japan tried almost sim ultaneously under Identical conditions time Baton coal was found to contain 25 per cent moro lump to produce the same speed of 133 knots per ton per hour to yield lees dark smoke and to leave no clinkers Instead of many and only 98 per cent of dry refuse instead of 19 percent There was also JOBS work Involved in firing with tho Baton fuel owing to Its superior cleanliness low ash content and little waste Rule of Turk Nearly Over The Turk really seems to be malting his lost Hund In Europe That has been said before we know and the saying has not been justified lint an end of an evil thing is Bomo time inevitable rind every year that passes aural brIngs it nearer Turkish rule in Gturope has long been hopelessly bad Piece by piece it has fallen or bee been torn opart until now only a remnant is laft In which the Turks themselves are a small minority and that remnant Is beset on every hand with a determined aggression which presages Its complete destruction In the not distant future Moreover the Turkish empire In Asia the stay and bulwark of the European part of tho realm Is also now Involved in se rious trouble In several quarters and Is threatened with much loss In every quarter Indeed north south east and west the Turk is beset with difficulties and menaces BO that It seems that there Is little left but for him to kneel on his prayer rug and perish as becomes the faithful N Y 1rlbuno Musical Australia Some idea ot Young Australia desire to shine In at least one song or one piece may be gathered from the tact that ISO musical professors ot either sex are giving lessons In the teaching rooms at Allans In the Melbourne block The professors aro mostly men who teach singing the pupils being mostly girls and thesa ISO names are to some extent a so lected lot- Ships Crew Freezes to Death London Tho German steamship Eoorubaya after taking coal to Japan during the war entered the Russian service and tried to run arms and am munition Into Vladivostok but was unable to pierce the Japanese block ado The vessel then took refuge In the Amur river and since October has not been heard of until recently when natives discovered It Incased In the Ice near Nlkolaiovsk which is on the Amur 25 miles front Its mouth The bodies of the crew completely trozen were found on board- MARKET REPORTS Cincinnati May 2s CATTLKFnlr to gOOd 4 15 ro 510 t 5 2- 5CALVllsKxtrn W 6 75- HOOBCholce packers 633 0840 Mixed ckll G 55 tp 63- 5BHEtPExtra j 4 Ii- LAIU8 extra 6 BO U 0 W- 1rolItnring lintent 4001 to a 4 S giItYKW 0 G3 l157jlOHIi1I JJChoiceA 4 50 If II M gT8iaAVCHICAGO rLOrnWlntr patent S ro fl390 WHBATJfo Z red 5 U M No 3 r t5 4r 491OATSNoIlVKNo 2 choice C1G 7ULARDPrimeNEW 1 Qm FLOtmWtnUr S W V 4 25 O W gJJOATSNOHVIOV S ro eiJTSIOALTIMOnE J7rt6 CATTLEateer 5 10 to 5 1- 5lIOQSUood to choice 6 SO V 0 35 LOIUSVHJE STJjCOIlNNoOAT8rNo 2 mixed W 3SM prime tJU W- UMlUlTIme steam i1 S5 JNDfANAPOU- SrArriEppfiw sterni us asjslKd B W II W slmil Ucf fcrpOt Aif 4rt 4 iiiI n Ilia J Iffft73 f Berea College x I FOUNDED 1855 R PLACES THE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OF ALL ro y Over 40 Teachers and 000 Studonts frem 28 States Largest College Library in Kentucky NO SALOONS t APPLIED SCIENCE Two years Course with agriculture foree ren and Domestic Science for young ladies TRADE SCHOOLSCarpentry Printing Housework Nursing two year j o Ii ttCountyACADEMY COURSESFour years fitting for College for btwIaM and for life titJlaccalaurcateMUSIC Choral free Reed Organ Vocal Piano Theory We are here to help all who will help themselves toward a Chrwtt education Our Instruction is a free gift Students pay a small Incidental leo to meet expenses of the school apart from instruction and mutt aW- ay Jor board in advance Expenses for fall term of 14 weeks may Wrought within 2050 Winter term of 11 weeks 2700 Spring term of 11 weeks 2425 Fojl term opened September 13 Winter I opened January 3and Spring term will open March 21 The School is endorsed by Baptists Christians Disciples Gongregmi 1 tionalista Methodists Presbyterians and good people of all dcnomisatlowi For information and friendly WILL C GAMBLEkBerea Madison County Ky I t 1 IIRICHMOND tPbone 188 Richmond Ky 1ti IOUT FLOWERS t DESIGNS AND BLOOMING PLANTS i GK I r I prrr9trrr arrrrrrrrrrrrrrrNlstterrrrlrrr raWrrrxrrr l at t rv 4r Furniture Carpets Matting IandLace Curtainsi ITake c a CRUTCHER EVANS Richmond Ky J IIV l ny Phone Tai Nlslitllmiie 4700 0- sK W4WVW tte17eR av111if +lA kAitAitit4 i11tieititAAAAiIARhitilf6 I uu I Carriage Satisfaction Here Buggies riPhoeto11sRunaboutlji Surries f Traps Durably fiI GracefulUseful t dStylilh 1 IO1irNo batter plw to buy thaa HERE No better time to tkaNOW 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OF SOURCES H t I 1 r 1 r r t r I t t t t t r t r I r r I TAKE NOTICE Baccalaureate services Sunday morning at 1045 at the Chapel Dr W E C Wright ot Olivet Michigan will preach at Night ChapelPublic examination of classes Monday and Tuesday June 4 and 5 Hnrniouin Concert Monday night Juno 4 at 730 Address before the literary socie ties Tuesday night June C Rev J T FultonCommencement exercises Wed nesday June 0 000 A M Address es by Hon Win M Beckner of Win chester and Rev Win E Barton D D of Chicago Wednesday at 130 P M- COMMENCEMENT JUNE 6 Great speakers inspiring music homespun fair Let everybody plan to come to College for one day Miss Eva Duncan returned from Winchester Saturday- H C Wolf was in Richmond last TuesdayC Kite who has had charge of the canning factory left Wednesday for his home in Hillsdale Mich W H Hanoy went to Lexington Wednesday on business M J Gabbard has returned to Berea from Indianapolis Ind to j stay till after the State Encampment of tho G A R Bozo Lone has bought the W M Flanery farm near Blue Lick for 800 George Dick bears his blushing honors in a very dignifiedmannerI those days still it ia very evident that this is his first 1James W Wheeler some years ago a student is now connect ed with the First Social Settlement Society at Columbus Ohio Weather permitting there will he R ball game between the Faculty and Normal teams next Saturday on the i Athletic Field A good game should result Major Grosvenor invites his Sun otherItheir home on Jackson street on i Saturday night from 7 toO for a parting love feast F W Ferris who represents the Cincinnati Cordage k Paper Com pany is iu town today James H Little of the American Sunday School Union is in Berea Calimissionary work this summer ReyaT Fultonwho is to address rho Literary Societies next Tuesday night is pastor of the Presbyterian phurch in Alexis Ills and is an ag gressive man and forceful speaker The friends of Mtee Jennie Han- pon are glad to see her around o oo- Joore She has found great relief tbroagk afiurgkal operation r r I r r t II r r t r r I r r I r r r r H IHI R W Miller has formally an nounced his candidacy for Congress from the eighth district So lung nn a Democrat is to represent the dis trict anyway it could not be a bet oneMr Dizney was called to Knox county last week bynews of the seri ous illness of his father Milt he re turned promptly as ho found his father much better Rev Mr Pasco who has been going to Corbin for some time to sup ply in the Congregational Churchof that place will now have a vacation The city authorities have forbidden the assemblage of the people for 30 days on account of the smallpox Tho men of the G A R were on our streets yesterday It never struck I us as now that they are growing old Let us honor them while we can It is not likely that the soul of the na tion will be stirred again as it wan in the GOs and that we shall soon again know the uplift of strife for a great principle The saloon keepers of Louisville say that they are anxious to keep the law If this were so thoy would simply obey it Five of them kept open lust Sunday to test it The funniest thing about it all is that one pleads that his religion com pels him to rest on Saturday so he ought to be free to sell liquor on SundayThe regents for the Richmond State Normal are J W Cammack of Owen county Phil W Grinstead of Lexington Jero A Sullivan of Rich mond and Fred A Vaughn of John son county It is a very fair com mitleo Vaughn and Grinstead are RepublicansThere nothingnew in the teach ors examination scandal We wish for the honor of the county officials that Cox had not escaped with a mere fine and without disclosing the source from which he obtained questionsRev J Van Horn who was made a Doctor of Divinity by the College in J002 has just been called from Worcester Mass to one of the largest churches on the Pacific coast the First Congregational Seattle Stephen W Ryder of Coxsackie N L has juet taken a Winston Trowbridge prize at Yale University for an English essay on Pilgrims Progress Mr Ryder prepared for college in the Academic course of the Collegesyndicate letter comes to us in regard to the ship subsidy bill that has been trying to get through Con gress for several years This letter urges that the coal interests of Ken tucky would be served by the pass Supposetheyshquldbe graft For the sake of a small ind ividual grain the people at large are loa edwitha great burden Thu ship subsidy bill is a graft pure and simple in the Interests of such men M its author Commencement Day Plans Which Will Aid Those Wishing suggestions Enjoy This Great Day PAT OK COUKGK OKOUNDS I Next Wednesday June the Oth in the great day of the year at Berea College If you want to get the most out of it put in a little time before hand studying the map and planning what you want most to see and hear The Tabernacle in which the ox ercises of the day are to be held will naturally bo the center of interest In the Model School building near est the Tabernacle babies may Ite left while their mothers visit the different buildings or attend the ex ercises In another of the model school buildings lunches and other baggage may be checked until want ed A refreshment stand will be near at hand where lemonade candy and other good things can be bought at a low price The exercises in the Tabernacle commence at 0 oclock First will come the exhibition of the Industrial Departments and then the graduat- Ing exercises of students of Normal Academy and College Departments Music will be furnished during the program by the Band Glee Club the famous Big Four Quartet and the Harmonia Society After each piece of music there will be a short recess that those who wish to may enter or leave the room While the program is in progress however it is especially requested that there should be no whispering or unnec essary noise in order that the young speakers may be heard in all parts of the room IThe great events of the morning como between 11 and 12oclock when the prize Bibles will be pre sented and Degrees and Diplomas awarded and conferred The evening session will be opened at 115with music by the band After this Judge Beckner of Winchester Dr Barton of Chicago and othnra will address the audience A space around the tabernacle and refreshment stand will be enclosed by ropes to keep horses and teams away A watering trough for horses will be found behind the new stone Library building Many of the College buildings will be on exhibition or contain ex hibitions during the day The New Chapel built almost entirely by stu dent labor scats nearly fourteen hundred in its main auditorium be sides having other large rooms for smaller meetings Bible classes etc Visitors should especially notice the beautiful oak ceiling one of the flu est In the country in the main aud itorium Those who wish to go up into tho tower may do soon payment of five cents buildingilIvisitors will be interested in notic ing the fine stone work and the ar tistic symmetry and proportion of the buildingIHaUlwilltries where homespun cloth bed covers and other products of the mountain homes may 0 be seen On the second floor the Library is in its temporary quarters In the front section of the Indus trial Buildings the sowing and laun room from 8 to 1115 with wUlIbeLife Cabinet and Farm Work aiM bition on the right Upstairs in the East side the woodwork and drawing exhibitions are locatedaid OB the West aide the Model Schools Exhibit In the rear section of the industrial buildings tho wood working machinery will be in operation from 800 to 1115 n in The Power House is open from 800 to 1115 containing the boilers steatnengiuo dynamos anti telephone centralIn Printing Office one may see printing presses paper cutters and other apparatus from 830 to 1115 in the morning The Hospital will bo open from 830 to 1110 n in to show the ar rangements of the College for tho care of the sick During tho same hours visitors will be welcome at the Farm Burns to see the Holstein Stock Farm Ma chinory Silo anti some Saddle HorsesSome will IMS interested in going through the Ladies Hall From 330 to 1115 in the morning anti 100 to 300 in the evening tho parlors dining ant study rooms and some of the students rooms may be seen The office of General Information will be tho Registrars office No 5 Lincoln Hall DR WM E BARTON D D Dr Barton graduated from Boron in 85 and from Oberlin Theological Seminary In 1800 now pastor of an important church at Oak Park 111 author of numerous books and pub lished sermons is to be one of tint speakers on Commencement Day REV W E C WRIGHT DD Rev W E 0 Wright DD Pro feseor in Berea in the SOa afterward Secretary to the A M A hoW Professor IB Olivet College Mich ureftehes 8 In Berea oa the night of- Baeealauresta Sunday The senators are going to tire Burtofi He has committed the worst crime possible ia their eetiraa tloa Ha had bees clumsy enough to be ewght o Takea Kodak with You The Porter Drug Co INCORR +o+o+oo+o+ooo+o+o+o+o+o +oo+o+o+oo+o+o+o+o+ 300- AtI I the UptoDate Grocery + =YOU CAN BUY 1tbo very best and freshest goods I gut them fresh two or times n week no stuff that has been on hand Standard Sugar Corn00 1lFireproof OH 12 Flour 0 00 Very heat Flour 05 Best Nnvy Ikann 01 t Brown Sugar 01 t I sell n complete line of tinware nil kinds of staple and fancy groceries hardware hay all kinds seed potato and mill feel Prompt delivery to all parts of oily t W D LOGSDON tta a99 9 turnture is a NecessityY- ouK must have it to make your home M or room look and feel comfortable dforthe winter There is no bettor to buy than now and we have the things you need Kitchen Din ingroom and Parlor Furniture Bed room Suites Desks Carpets Window dShades Pictures etc i LOUIS 0 LESTERNext to the Mill v Phone 93J= =eoeoeoeooeoeoeoeooeoeoeoeooeoeoeoeoeoeoooooeo o 0 Ooo The New Cash Store I I i Q Niagara delights the eyes of pleasure seekers iour offerings delight the eyes of careful yersi iVetake this opportunity again calling your I o attention to the fact that we have Clothing Hats 0 Shoes Ladies Skirts Notfens Trunks Suit Cases and Telescopes We also have a firstrate line of Furnishings for gentlemen ladies youths boys and ithe little folks which we offer at a very low trice i the quality of the goods The I must be told We have goods and they are truthi with prices that will soon place them in others Let this be i youfi Harris Rhodiis ft Co i 1AFORMER EiLOYE I tOfStandard 011 Co Tells How In- dependentI Concerns Are Put- Out of Business I ByI tho Country Cleveland 0A total of nineteen witnesses woro called by Intorstuto Commerce Commissioners Prouty and InQulr1horeInvestigation put in a hard day and tho two sessions gave substantial re Bulls Tho testimony of Ocorgo L Lane of Mansfield 0 a former cm ployo of tho Standard Oil Co was regarded as particularly Important Ac cording to his cvldonco Lano was for about 14 months In 1901 and 1002 em ployed by tho Standard 011 Co for tho particular purpose of driving all of tho Independent oil peddlers in a dozen on moro of lip principal cities and l towns of northern Ohio out of bust neim Ho said ho was employed by e M Lyons of tho Cleveland office of the Standard 011 Co to go to certain designated places and uso evory means fair or foul to force tho lade pendents to quit Ho was told It he could not do tho job somebody else would bo sent to drlvo tho Standards competitors out of business I was given rigid instruction and I followed them aa closo as possible I succeeded In driving out all competi lion In a dozen big town In northern Ohio and tho only failure I mado was In Youngstown whore a man by the oamo of Fancy stuck It out notwith standing that wo spent M high as 0 a gallon to give oil away The whole IdOl was to discourage tho small In dependent dealer and buy his custom ors up at any cost We represented ourselves as independent but wo got our applies from the Standard Lane said that In fighting peddlers many methods were used They were threatened cajoled and coerced offers of employment was made to them their customers wore supplied tree with as much oil as they would ac cept their wagons were followed by hey on blcycloi to ascertain the homes of tholr customer and mini tern and labor leaders wore brlbod with oil to circulate testimonials among congregations and unions tea tlfylHic as to the floe quality of the Standards product Frnnk M Fetter whoso testimony WM uncompleted Thursday resumed toe stand at the morning session Mr Fetter testified that for over Ufre years bll companion had trou ble IB making blpme0 from Memphis Tenn to points th Arkansas There wore many delays he said customers being compelled to wall all the way from 30 00 and Ot days Invoti along tho cnuee of the delay the witness said he found that this Menu of tho roads woro also agents of the WatersPierce Oil Co of Mus ourl A Standard adjunct Those agents ho said deliberately side trackod shipment In order to destroy hb trade lily companies he deoVv cd lost many customers because of thn troublo In receiving orders Ev cry possible method Was used to keep the company product on tho road as long as possible and tho customers despairing of getting prompt i service began buying of the Standard Oil Co Frank J Holmrlch for 12 years An Independent oil dealer of Bellevue 0 testified as to all kinds of trouble which the Lake Bhoro and Nlckle p Plato railroad companies made for him after ho hid begun to do a good business Ho Bald ho was discrimin ated against In rates shipments were delayed and ho was not given the sarao facilities to handle his goods as 1asenjoyed by tho Standard Stand OH agents ho said wore behind all the trouble and be lost much busl rheas because of it k W J Cram who was ongaKCd in tile nil business at Marietta 0 from 1888 to 1S97 testified that the Standard tot leers used coerclvo methods and tint the Standdrd was so persistent in IU efforts that his company was ilnallj compelled to sell out to tho Galena 011 Co n Standard branch at n mucb lower figure than might othurwlai have boon obtained Mss Elizabeth ProUman a stenog raphor and bookkeeper in tho Dayton office of tho Standard 011 Co testl fled that information concerning slip meats by rivals was brought In by the draymen and that she mado careful record of thorn John OBrien general Kuporintcndent of the Lima division ot tho Buckeye Pipe Line Co a Stand nrd concern waa asked about the Standards telegraph system Tho In quiries established that tho Standard has It telegraph system of Its own ox tending to nearly every part of tho country Tho company has Its own wires leased or otherwise operators ofllcos regulations and blanks and fotncitmes sends messages for persons not connected with tho company I Wants Smoot Removed Des Mol no Iowa At tho open ing session of tho Presbyterian gen J oral n8ombly Friday Commissioner Samuel WIshard D D of Utah presented a memorial to tho United States sonata praying for the removal of Rood Smoot as senator from Utah Memorial to Schu- rNowYorkAj opnjmltteo of ono hundred representative cltltonswlll bo organized within a few days to take measures toward establishing a permanent riatlonal meiuorlalto the late Carl Schurz s gurRAelfw RUINED BY CAR DISCRIMINATION CERTAIN COAL COMPANIES FAVORED BY RAILROAD MEN Sensational Testimony Given Before the Interstate Commerce Commission Philadelphia Penn Several In erecting developments marked tho closing session of the Interstate com hierco commissIon Investigation Into the alleged discrimination by railroads In tho distribution of cars In tho bi tuminous coal fields Sensational testimony was given by V Albert Von Boyneburg general manager of the Ronkort Bros Co coal operators Ito stated that with in the last two and a half years his companys car supply had boon so In adequate that business had been practically ruined Ho declared that other companies had boon favored In tho distribution of cars and said ho had no doubt that discrimination had been practiced against his company because It had failed to mako gifts of stock to tho railroad officials He gave it as his opinion that President A J Cossatt was responsible for tho alleged lUll criminationThrough railroad employee it was developed that until recently tho Bar wlndWhlto CaB coal was shipped to tidewater without being weighed Intend the railroad estimated the weight of each car by adding 10 per cent to tho capacity figures stenciled on tho car It was also shown that tho Suequohanna Coal Co which is owned by tho Pennsylvania Railroad Co has the exclusive use of Green ville pier Now York harbor and has a virtual monopoly of the sale of bunker coal to tho tugs and small steamersIt brought out that certain coal companies are given allowances for operating spurs from tholr mines to the main lines and that tho railroad made this allowance to tho Latrobo Connellsvlllo Co when the spur was operated by tho railroad RAILROAD RATE DILL Sent to Conference Amid a Storm In House of Representatives Washington D CTho ox press company amendment to tile rate bill was the cause of personalities In the house Friday between Mr Cooper Wls and Mr Hepburn Iowa MrI Cooper alleged that ho was Informed that some orb the conferees would vote to strike out the express com patty amendment to the rate bill Ho refuted to name his Informant Mr Hepburn mid he hid no patience with these statement and that they wow misstatements Mr Cooper intimated Inferentially that Mr ne burn was ono of thoso to whom hta Informant had reference Mr Hepburn character tied Mr Coopers statement oa false Immediately after the approval of tho Journal in the house Friday Mr Dal tell reported a rule from the commit tee on rules providing that the railroad rato bill with the senate amend moats be sent to conference Mr Dalzell demanded the previous question and the roll was railed The pro Ious question having been ordered Mr Datzoll explained that the resolu tion was simply for the purpose nt pending the railroad rate bill to con ference JURY OUT THIRTY MINUTES George L Thomas and L B Taggart Found Guilty of Rebating Kansas City Ma George L Thomas a freight broker end L 11 Taggart a clerk working for Thomas In tho United States district court hero late Friday wero found guilty of tho charGo of conspiracy to illegally glvo rebates to shippers The Jury con sidered tho case only 30 minutes before arriving at a verdict Attorneys ipr tho defendants will file notice for a now trial and tho motion will bo ar gued Saturday The court will not pronounce sentence against Thomas and Taggart until tho motion for a now trial Is disposed of PERKINS IS RELEASED Not Held on the Technical Charge of Grand Larceny Now York Tho appellate dvl Ion of the supreme court handed down a decision discharging from cus tody George W Perkins whom the nu promo court has hold to await action of tho grand Jury on a technical charge of grand larceny In connection with the campaign contribution of tho Now York Life Insurance Co to tho republican national committee Plan For Indemnity Insurance Memphis TennThe convention of the Brotherhood of Locomo tlvo Engineers approved a plan for the establishment of an Indemnity In eurnnco feature for the relief of on Sinners injured but not to an extent entitling them to relief under the rules of the insurance department Princess Ena at Madrid Madrid Tho royal train that was bearing King Alphonso and futuro bride Princess Eena of Battenborg arrived Friday evening at tho Pordo station The princess was escorted to tho Pardo Palace with Imposing core mony First Court of Season London King Edward and Queen Alexandria held tho first court if tho season at Buckingham palace The prlnco and princess of Wales and all members of the royal tawny la Leadon were present I RATE DISCRIMINATION Lake Shore Co Gave Standard Advantage in Car Records Mileage Between Cleveland and Chi cago Figured on Basis of 357 Mlles For Standard and 329 For Independents Cleveland OThe Intorstato com merco commissioners who for three days have been investigating here the method and doings of the Stan dard 011 company adjourned their court Saturday afternoon and left for WashingtonIn days hearing just com pleted n total of 35 witnesses havo been on the stand Saturdays developments were regarded an Important and ware In keep ing with the general lines of Inquiry made during the two previous days W E McEwen a former chIef clerk In tho car department of the Lake Shore railroad general offices in Cleveland was the first witness 110 testified that he compiled the mileage of the cars of tbo Union Tank line The reports were forwarded dally to the Cleveland office of the Standard Oil Co Thn Lake Shore Co ho declared gave the Standard a big advan tago In tabulating records of tank cars In that the mileage of Standard tank cars was figured on a different basis than the cars of competing companies Thu advantage amounted all tho way from 8 cents to 54 cents per car ac cording to the distances between dlf fcrcnt points on the road When he left tho employ of the Lako Shoro ecv eral years ago he began work for UK Pereleoti Transit Co j an Independent tank line He asked the Lako Short officials for the same bass of figuring mileage as was given Union Tank line Ho was ridiculed ho said one was told he did not know what he was talking about and every effort was made to belittle him In tho eyes of his now employers Finally however having obtained copies of the Union Tank lino mileages and taking them to tho proper officials the road reluctantly granted tho request Some two yours ago he said he had ascertained that tho older order of thing had been resumed and ho went to Investigate The Lako Shore officials he aulil acted surprised and offered thn explanation that the P erleH Transit Co bolng the only concern which was allowed the same rates as the Union Tank line tho matter hat been quite forgotten The Union Tan c- line rate was nt onco restored lhtcwen testified that the mileage for Standard tank cars betwmr eujtheage for Independent cars was figured on the baas of SSD mllos Tho wine rule he said prevailed between all other iolnts on the Lake Share roait The witness made the further chart that certain freight employee of tho lake Shot o road received monthly salaries front tho Union Tank Line Co a Standard concern and In return for such compensation tho freight off dale made special efforts to faollltato tho movements of Standard 011 ship monte W J Brlokell for 29 years editor ol tho Columbus 0 Evening Dispatch was called to tell what If anything he know about that paper accepting ar tides alleged to have been furnished by the Standard 011 Co and paid for at so much per line These articles It was declared by Special Counsel Mon nclt wont to 125 subsidized papers In Ohio nail the general purport of them was to misrepresent tho Standard Oil Cos real character to reader lead Ing them to believe that the findings of courts and various publications against the Standard wore unjustffled and unwarranted Mr Brlckncll de nied that lie had any positive knowl edge on tho subject and said that If any such contract existed It was known only to the business manager of tho paper Z D Ellis an Independent oil deal er of Cincinnati gave testimony show ing that tho names of his customers were systematically obtained by the bribing of employes He said he caught ono in tho act and compelled him to swear to an affidavit that he was paid 250 per week by tho Stand ard for forwarding Information con corning shipments Samuel B Kauffman for the last four years menager of the telegraph department of the Buckeye pipe line a Standard adjunct at Lima 0 said his authority extended over tho oil fields of Ohio and Indiana In which fields tho Buckeye Pipe Line Co had a telegraph office at every point He admitted that the wires under his con trol carried tho business of several other concerns such as the Northwestern Ohio Natural Gas Co the Ohio Oil Co tile Vacuum Refining Co tho Solar Oil bo and the Manhattan Plpj Lino Co The blands of the Standards telegraph system were used for this business He did not know on what basis charges were made for Carrying this business Will Try to Settle Strike Chicago 111An important monu mont toward tho settling of the coal strike is expected to follow a meeting of the executive committees of the Operators association of Illinois In diana and Ohio when they meet here Monday Bombs Thrown at Them Tents1Vh110 Oovernor General Tlmoselefl ami Chief of Police Marti noff wero driving Sunday bombs were thrown at them Nelthor were Inv urcd but a cossack belonging to tholr scort was killed CROWD STRUCK BY LIGHTNING FIVE SPECTATORS AT A BASEBALL GAME KILLED Tewntyfivo Pertant Were Terribly In Jured and IVfcre Than Fifty Rendered Unconscious Mobile Ala Flvo men were lUlled and 25 terribly Injured by a thunderbolt three miles from this city Sunday afternoon The lightning truok In the midst of 1000 spectators of a ball saID In an open field and more than fifty persons who were on ly slightly hurt were knocked uncon scions The day was extremely hot and humid At 3 oclock a thundor storm gathered in the west and travel od straight for the ball field A game between two local teams was being closely contested seven Innlngr haT fog been played with the score tied at two runs each There Was no protection from the Btortn Before the rain there was a wonderful display of sheet lightning and some of the spectators became alarmed The field was elevated being the highest ground for half a rail around Some man In the crowd said that the danger of being struck by lightning was great but ridicule by the mass of the spectators prevented any one from seeking a safer spot Tin fall of rain WM terrific and the roar of thunder was continuous Suddenl ther was a deafening crash directly peer the field and lightning aoemm to fall over the entire crowd The bolt raced along the ground taking a zigzag course and In several places cutting a furrow more than a foot deep The lightning struck hardest In the densest part of the crowd The spec Jatora were hurled to every quarter and more than 100 were knocked fat ion the Instant It is agreed by all who came through the aWtul experience that there wore five or six separate thunderbolts the first belnz most de istructlve THE FUTURE QUEENS First Notable Act Was To Induce the King To Pardon Condemned Man MadridThe first notable act of the Princess Knn of Battenbcrf- fllnro her arrival In Spain to become tho bride of King Alfonso XIII bat been to Induce the king to pardon Fernando Levera who was condemned to death after an exciting trial The dramatic circumstances under which pardon was given as tho con Jomned man was going to the gallows attracts widespread attention and further augments the popularity of Princess Eon Levera was to have Jiosn executed Jn the neighboring town of UndoJose but the population colic Mod Princess Enae Intercession and she stoke to the king who consulted with his ministers and alter a cabl ntt Council the government resolved- to grant tho request as it was the fleet petition tho princess had made In Spain Thereupon the king Issued u pardon and a telegrdin announcing this fact reached tho prison at Dada Jose halt an hour before the time set for tho execution The march to the scaffold was about to begin when a messenger brought word of the par don There wore remarkable scenes of1 rejoicing The cabinet ministers have hllli their share in the prevailing enthusi asm over Alfonsos fiancee Premier Moret expressed his official view while drinking a toast to the princess Addressing King Alfonso tho premier said Sire you have brought us- a treasure May it please God to make us worthily conserve It MEMORIAL EXERCISES Were Held at Arlington National Cem etery by G A R Organizations I Washington D CThu memorial exercises were held at Arlington National cemetery Sunday by organizations Including Col Theo Roosevelt garrison Gen W F Barry garrison Adm David D Porter garrison and Gen G V Henry garrison TboiThlr tconth cavalry band and the chancel choir of St Pauls Roman Catholic church participated Commander J Edwin Brown called the assembly to order and addresses wero mado by Gen A 8 Burt who spoke on Tho Army Representative Dawson of UOllrescntatlvepresent at the first burial in Arlington In 1SC1 and who discussed tho sub ject of a united people- Earthquake In Michigan Houghton MichOno of tho most Severe earth disturbances over expel ienced In this region occurred at tho Atlantic mine There wero moro than fifty seismic shocks Buildings rock ed violently and In several places there are cracks in the earth from two to six inches In width Tno shocks were distinct in Houghton and lIan cock but did no damage Tho Atlan tic shut down as tho result of these disturbances Averaging 100 Miles a Day Washington D C Computations made by the bureau of navigation of tho location of the Dewey dry dock In the Indian ocean on May 22 Indicate hat tho Dewey has mado an average- f 100 miles a day since leaving the Straits of Dab El Manded Lightning Strikes Train Jefferson City Mo Lightning Itruck a freight train on the Mis lourl Pacific railroad here Sunday ind instantly killed W H Edwards a Brakeman Several ears were slightly lamiced T = GUS GIVEN COULTER ExState Auditor of Kentucky Died at I His Home In Mayfield Mayfield Ky May 2Gous Giver Coulter exstate auditor of Kentucky died at his home in this city Friday morning after ah illness of two vcckt of Inflammatory rheumatism Ito leaves a widow and four children Dot tie Amelia Augustus and Claude The funeral services will be held Saturday pastor of tho Mayfleld First Baptist church Mr Coulter was one of the best known men in tho state of Ken tucky For anumber of years he bad been prominent in democratic politics throughout tho state and was known as well In the Blue Grass and even In tho mountains as In tho first district where ho spent his life For years ho held the office of state auditor and was one of the most popular official tt the capital At the time of his re tlrement from public life a little over a year ago ho was beginning to feel effects of 111 health which caused him to sever completely his connection with public affairs and retire to his home in Mayfield Ills retirement was regretted by a large circle of political as well as personal friends throughout the state During the campaign of William Goebel for governor and the troublous times following the election he was one of tho strongest supporters of Goebel Ho was born at Briens burg in Marshall county Ky August 16 1861 and was a son of the late Claude C Coulter who was noted In his day as a politician scholar and ASSESSMENTS Arc Raised In Kentucky By the State Board of Equalization Frankfort Ky May 26The tate board of equalization passed on the following counties and gave the assessment in each a preliminary raise subject to a hearing from each county delegation early In June Kenton Coot ty Increased 4 per cent on lands 10 per cent on town lots Campbell coun ty 15 per cent on town lots Jefferson 20 per cent on lands Bracken 20 per cent on lands and 10 on town lots Grant 15 on lands and 10 on town lots Greenup 10 per cent on lands Harrison 12 on lands C on lots Lew- Is 10 per cent on both lands and lots Mason 10 per cent on land Nicholas 20 on lands Pendleton 20 on lands Robertson 8 on lands 10 on lots The following counties were left unchanged one Carter Fleming and Rowan JUST FOR FUN The Judge Soaked the Attorney Again For Giving Him the Ha Ha Georgetown Ky May 25ln the 5000 slander case of Mrs Frank Thompson vs J C B Sebree tho defendant former county prosecutor pleaded his own cause losing by a verdict of 1000 During crossexam Inatlon Sebree was fined 25 for con tempt of court and when he gave the ha ha Judge Stout added another fine Just for fun The suit was caused by a charge of perjury entered by the defendant In depositions over a land title DOUBLE LYNCHING Planned If the Assailants of Mrs Moore Are Caught Mt Sterling Ky May 24 Bascom Perkins and Bert Nlckell young men charged with criminally assaulting Mjs Press Moore In Wolfe county were found by officers but escaped In tho adrkness near Torrent and are still at large A large posso Is search Ing the mountains for them and lynch ing Is feared as the horrible crime has aroused tho mountain people to a frenzy The young woman Is In a den porous condition but will recover Quits the Southern Louisville Ky May 25 Richard J Curran assistant general freight agent of tho Southern railway liar tendered his resignation to become effective on June 1 at which time he will become general agent of the N C St L road with headquarters here with headquarters here Will Resist the Mayor Louisville Ky May 2iThe Louts yule Mutual Protective association bet tel known as the saloon keepers league which Is made up of all the retail liquor dealers of the city at a meeting decided to resist the order of the mayor to close saloons on Sunday Louisville Tobacco Louisville May 26The market was strong and active Thursday Of tho 177 hhd offerings 132 hhds wore burley end 45 hhds dark Prices of tho hurley ranged from S570 to 2050 an unusually high prices Tho dark prices ranged from 485 to 720 Kentucky Womans Fist St Louis May 2trdra M Flynn of Lafayette avenue a Louisville Ky woman who has lived in St Louis only three weeks slapped a man who made advances toward her near Iwr home knocked his hat off and toM him what she thought of Ma conduct Heavy Rains at Lexington Lexington Ky May 26A heavy rain at midnight appearing to be gen eral in Central Kentucky breaks up severest drought at this tlme of yellt Blnce 1867 Bamaga done cereals Is extensive I 4 1fi STATE NEWS PICKUPS U wll111bo DECISIONS Handed Down By the Kentucky Cewrt of Appeals Frankfort Ky May riTho court of appeals Thursday affirmed the case of the Merchants I Police District Tel ephone Co against the Citizens Tale phony Co from Kenton county The court rays the Merchants Co Is operat ing without authority of law that the ordinance purporting to glvo It a fran COyIingtonrue of Robert Cornelius against the South Covlngton and Cincinnati Street railway was also affirmed Cornelius a small boy was run over and Injured by a street car but the court holds the street car company was not at fault In the case of the Louisville Tank Line Co against the Common wealth from Franklin the court hold that although the company leased ell Its cars It must pay a franchise tax like any of the other corporatoln named In Section 4077 of the Kentucky statute It Is regarded as a very important ruling as other similar corporations will now be required to pay a franchise tax STOPPED TRAIN At Chasms Brink But Engineer HadtAlready Jumped to His Deaths Somerset Ky May 2tScott Gil lesple of this city engineer on Q A C Freight Train No 31 southbound met death by jumping from his engine erf thinking his engine was destined to over New river bridge next to the highest on the Q A C road John Colyer head brakeman who was In the cab with Glllesple also jumped 4 and now lies in a critical condition In the hospital Just before reaching the bridge the front wheels of the engine jumped the track Glllesple thinking there was no chance to save his train jumped However the engineer on the second engine stopped the train just before It hit the bridge Glllesplea fireman stood In the box and was not Injured RETIRED MERCHANT Dies From Grief Over the Mysterious Death of His Son Louisville Ky May GA Hous man a retired mercant 63 years old died early Thursday morning His afflictions were heart trouble dropsy grief over the mysterious and tragic death of his son In Chicago a year ago I injuries received in a B O train t wreck ten years ago from which ho t never fully recovered and a fall seven a months ago which fractured his skull He Is survived by seven daughters Grieving over the death of her son Fireman Janles Cusick Mrs Catherine Cusick aged 65 years died at midnight of a broken heart James Cuslc died recently of rheumatism DISGUJSED AS NEGRO WOMEN Robbers Entered Candy Store at Lex- Ington ajid Assaulted ProprIetorILexington Ky May as negro women robbers entered the j confectionery store Friday night con ducted by S Grlbbons on Maxwell street and assaulted the proprietor and ran out with the cash drawer aged SO years wile serious ly injured The robbers assisted by confederates escaped and remain at large Indictments Returned London Ky May 25The Laurel county grand jury returned felony Is dictments as follows Harvey Brask ere Del Nicholson and Oscar Wilbura for shooting and wounding Sam Roberts malicious shooting Charlie Barnett wounding with deadly weapon Wllllo Hall grand larceny Matt Bun- d housebreaking FustonWatson Nuptials Lexington Ky May 2GA romance extending over a period of severaliyears with one of tho Kentucky and another in Montanadwas culminated hero In tha marriage of H H Funston county school su perintendent of Del count and MIss Sara Watson of Belgrade Mont 11Removed1 Newport Ky May 26Jndge A S Berry directed Clerk H Schwartz to enter an order removing Courthouse Commissioner J H Ci ttsl of Now port and Joseph Bowen of Dayton and appointed In Stewart lie gave no reasontNot Known In Lexington Lexington Ky May 2GDrett Mor ey the prisoner who was killed while trying to escape from the North Caro lina penitentiary Is not known in this t city though In his deathbed confession he Intimated that ho belonged to well I known Lexington familyINtwport Case Reversed rourt10fcase Nelson sued to recover the bal anon on a real estate sate and a demurrer was sustained to his petition More fjlants Ruined HopklnsvillOj Ky May 5The to bacco plant beds of J M and T M Harnjd of Fnlrvlew were scraped off About 370 yards were destroyed Thla 1 makes hours six suclr outrages In the tsciJtaI1 b tEasternno eomiposicce pnblithed vnleil signed In tan by the writer The urns li not for publication bat ai aa trident of tool faith Write plainly LLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL1 I I I I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 J 1 1 11 11 1 I MADISON COUNTY 1IAUTS Miss Bertha Cliff and Mr Hairutn Gabbard were married at the home of the bride Thursday May 23 Willie Pigg has returned from Ham ilton 0 where ho has been working in the coke businessJ J Hamil ton of Rockford is finishing Mrs McClures house this weekA C- Harts baby is sick with croup Maxie Ponder visited the Misses Lako J Sunday evening Rollio Davis baby is verysickIV A Hammond of Disputanta wont to Berea Saturday business C J Lake was at Dhputauta Monday on business Silas Baker of Lick visited his daughter Mrs Jim McQueen this week WALLACETON May 27Mrs Sue Holcomb who fell and broke her arm some time ago is well again John Witt was tho guest of G B Gabbards family Sunday Misses Jennie Todd and Mary OgR were the guests of Misses Lucy and Sallie Cade Friday night Mrs Alice Clark was in Paint Lick last Thursday on business Mrs Anna Pointer was a visitor in Berea Monday Walter Tisdale and family visited his father and mother Mr and Mnl George Tisdale last Sun dayMisseS Lizzie and Lillio Smith of Berea were visitors at Wallaceton this wookG B Gabbardattended the memorial services at Berea last SundayThe recent rains were very wulcome in this community as we have been needing rain for so long Mrs Andy Murrial who has been sickwith consumption for a long time is slowly failing- ROCKCASTLE COUNTY CON WdV May 29Mrs Geo Kettron visit ed her mother at Wildie Sunday The farmers on Round Stone suffer ed losses by reason of high water Sunday Alfred and John Gaddre turned to their work at Sinks Sun day James Wolf visited J M Bul len Saturday nightMiss Ella Lakes of Berea was in this neigh borhood this week seeing about a school Jesse Bullen visited his cousin Grover Sexton of Clear Creek Saturday nightAlfred AI oxander made a business trip to Con way Monday ROCK VORD May 28 Elijah Owens visited J W Todd SundayW C Ogg and wife of Disputanta visited Mr and Mrs Linville SundayW W Ang linof Disputanta and Robert Abney visited W H Stephens and wife 1SunrlayH E Bullen says he saw a wolf near Scaffold Cane a few days ago =Quite a large crowdattended church at Macedonia SundayJ W Toddwent to Conway Monday on business R L Anglin of Climax visited friends near here Sunday A few days ago your correspondent saw the largest hawk ever seen Scaffold CaueLee Wren and sister Ida of Boone attended church at Macedonia Sunday JACKSON COUNTY KUIIIIYI KNO1I May 8Afttr a long dry spell- u heavy raiu fell here yesterday- washing the ground tearing out fences drowning chickens and tur keys and doing considerable other I damageMrs Martha Clickwho lives with her son Henry is ill at this writingMr HirJ and his two daughters havo gone to house keep iugMr Albert Powell of McKee is iu this vicinity on business Mrs Wm Jones visited her mother Sat urday nigltMr Henry Click is gone to Lancaster with a load of shingles Elmer Click went to Berea Monday after a load of goods for Charles HirtMr and Mrs Charley Jones visited his parents Sunday Miss Martha Click and Alma Bicknellwere tho guests of Myrtle Click Sunday GARRARD COUNTY CAHTiilSVIIIK May 29J G Clark and wife attended the memorial services of John R Kimbrell Sunday at Mace donia Church on Scaffold Cane Hill Mr Kimbrell was Mrs Clarks father who died Nov 0 1005 Rev Phelps and Rev Rowlot conducted the serv ices Although the day was very rainy there was a large congregation elegantdionerwhich all participated at the close of the services Rev Briant preached at this place Sunday There was so gohomeappreciatedsneak thief went to J G Clarks chicken house Sunday night and car ried off aUof Mrs Clarks little chickens except one half dozen There about 70 in all and two old hoes were taken also Fortunately Mr Clark had 35 Leghorns locked up in another house which wore safe Tobacco setters have been quite busy since tho rain Small boys have earned good money setting slips for tobacco growersCris McWhorter has been quite sick for several weeks Several physicians mot and performed an operation on hint last Satur day but lie is no better Mrs Tol lie Green and Mrs J G Clark made a flying trip to Paint Lick Saturday Mrs Jem Nave will give tho young folksan entertainment Tuesday night Little Willie Connor of Flat Woods is visiting his grandfather J G Clark this weekThore was a mistake in Cief Roops name lust week It appeared as Cief Rook Just one letter makes a wide differ once in names sometimes OHIO NEWS HAMILTON The weather has been so dry here during the past week that vegetables and crops in general are injured con siderably Wo had quite a helpful shower Sunday afternoon Lizzie Reynolds went to Cincinnati last SundayD J Mnupin has quit the C C Pa Co and is now working for the American Can Co Jennie Wil son took dinner with M Gabbard and wife last Sunday Michael Rey nolds has purchased a lot in Grand View Addition on Butler ave and contemplates building a residence in the near futuVe Lewis Gabbard has not entirely recovered from measles and will return to his homo in Jack son county if he does not get better soonThe Aikon saloon law which fixes a tax of 1000 per year on all saloons will go into effect this week and quite a number of the saloons in both Cincinnati and Hamilton will have to close on account of not being able to pay the taxes It U thought that out of the 135 saloons in Hamtl payAlcordingtoone Mr Stevens went last Tuesday evening to the boarding house of his divorced wife in East Hamilton and rapped on her door As soon as Mrs Stevens opened the door he drew a revolver and fired at her head the bullet taking effect in one of her eyes killing her instantly The supposi tion is that jealousy and former troubles were the cause of the crime Stevens has been arrested but denies the charge Mrs Stevens was twice married and leaves one son and five daughters She was formerly from Dry Ridge 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 best material and made to order at the most reason able prices See him before you order a ready made suit ALL CHILDREN at birth inherit a predispo sitlon to bodily Ills and ail ments more or less serious r The stomach and bowels are the most prolific sources of ill health They are the hotbedJ of disease and because less at L tention U gives them more evil can be trace directly to them- thantoanyothe g organs of tb body Where there Is the least Indication 01 trouble or you are feeling out of sorter Dr CaldwellsLaxat- lvmSyrup Pepsin should be taken at once It is the best preparation for the stoat ash and bowels If they are all out of order it wi eradicate the trouble tone up the patti and restore them to their natural con dltion DR CALDWELLS SYRUP PEPSIN communicates itself to tho whole system and its beneficial and curative effects are pronounced and experiencedIt good health DRCALDWELLS SYRUP PEPSIN can be obtained in both dollar and half dollar sizes from all druggists Your money will be refunded If H does not benefit you Your postal card reqtle1 wW brlnaDy relam flan our new booklet DR CALDWELL nooK OF WONDER1 and free ample 10 those who have saver tried this wODdorftll maodr Write lor U today PEPSIN SYRUP CO MefUelle IHlael- aFor Sale by S E WELQH Jr BEREA KY The HomeSpun Fair Skill is tho power of the hand guided by an intulligont mind The beauty of the coverlids which our mountain friends make toll of an intelligence which planned the pat turn and then guided the hand to it in tho loom Tho well made axehandle is the expression of a master mind directing the wil ling hand Bcrca College believes in practical education tho education which not only gives knowledge but teaches how to use it There are many fireside indus tries that arc expressions of just this kind of and Bcrca College wishes to en courage all such industries and for several years has conducted a HomeSpun Fair on Commence ment day and has given premiums for thb best and second bost of each exhibit Tho premiumlist has been revised this year and we hope our friends will carefully read it and the rules governing exhibits and will plan to enter one or more articles Here is an opportunity to take a premium and also to make a sale of the article if yotf so desire Wo are offering a premium of 150 for the best and 750 for the secondbest hickory or oak split basket melon shape These should not be larger than a halt bushel basket and smaller sizes will find a readier sale We hope some enterprising boy will make a number of fine split baskets enter them for a prize and gain the 150 premium and also sell them for a good sum We can hear the money jingling in the pocket of the most enterprising boy Vho is he Rules Governing Entries at the Home Spun Fair I All goods or articles entered for premium must have been made since June 7t 1905 2 There must be at least ten yds in each piece of linseywoolieft jeans or linen entered for a prem ium allwool twilled blankets and cotton and wool blankets must bo 5J4 yards long 3 All dyes used must Ilevagar table not commercial dyes anp the receipt used in dyeing yarns writing4 Only secondclass premiums will be given for secondclass articles when no firstclass articles arc entered 5 Entries may be made at any time from noon to 4 p m on Tues day June 5 or from 7 a m to 10 am on Wednesday June 6 1906 ArticloS can bo offered for sale after 10 a m Wednesday June 6 1906 but cannot bo entered for premium Premium List lit Inn lUll Preen Homcjputi CoTcrlfiU fiao fioo Home pun TIIbtprwd icu 50 Dimity Counterpane ruo ioo Allwool Jeer 10 a 00 s aCottQXi Woel Jean 10 IOU llntey and Wool 10 yards i ou I Unaey Cotton and Wool 10 yard ioo Allwool Dreu flannel re wdketa twllledl 3 yard ioo iaIlomrnpun Cotton and neDouble Weave llncn 10 aoo I a-PlanaJluen 0 yards 00 Rag Carpet a web goo ta isIlickory 75AxeWooden Fork and Spoou o fd Handmade Chair iv 73 73KnitYarn Indigo Blue or 13KultMUleiMofYarn Indigo Clue and J5Forcotton and 25 threads woolyarn coarse enough for coverlidweav ing and spup on handwheel also for one cut of handspun linen I thread the following special prcm iumsare offered provided receipt of dye accompany each colored sample lit Prein and Prem soYrltowLight Green too o SDladderRedHome products not included in the list of premiums be exhib ited and offered for sale Come and enjoy Commencement and bring some article for exhibit i iti the HomeSpun Fair I ILLINOIS NEWS 1fuLtiN May 21Wu had a freeze two weeks ago that damaged fruit crops and gardens Tho peoplo lit this place are through plnntlug corn mid some arc plowing cornJohn Will lams was tho guest of Walter Will anis und finely Saturday night John Williams und Waller Williams and family paid Joe Baitnott and family a flying visit Sunday morning Nathan Williams nnd family and Guorgo W Korby were the guests of Walter Williams anti family Sunday afternoon Mrs T T Stubblofield and Mrs Walter Williams nnd littlo daughter scout to Stnudford last Monday afternoon T T Stubble field shipped 21 head ot cattle aud a car load of hogs which brought him 2200We taro sorry that J G Durham got his mustache burned off enjoyed reading Dr Robertsons speechI would bo glad if the correspondent would send in news every week The ronauglluin Myson follow not In tho footsteps of tho loafer and make no example of him who is horn tired for verily I say unto you his business Is over stocked tho seats on tho corner are all taken and tho whittling places are all occupied It is nicer to saw wood at two bits a cord than to whit tle at a whittling mutch and abuse tho government My son whilst thou host in thy skull tho sense of n jaybird brako away from tho cigar ette habit for breath stinkotli like a glue factory and thy mind is lust intelligent titan n store dummy Yen thou art n cipher with the uiuo knocked ofTRobert J Burdetto Wanted CHESTNUT OAK TAN BARK By tho UNITED STATES LEATHER CO Middlosboro Ky n WATCH AND JEWELRY REPAIRIN- GII do watch and jewelry repairing for the rates at store on the Val laceton Pike one mile out I will also repair sewing machines Phone 120 W M CAMPBELL HOUSES TO RENT Boron College has a few desirable houses to rent In Berea some of them with barn and garden Inquire of tho Treasurer any week day U46 to 12 a nl or 3 to 4 p m MONEY TO LOAN Mr Welch has a tow thousand dollars to loan at 0 per cent not less than 500 to any one A Paint Education in Three Minutes OH Is the life of paint Deal oil dead paint I it iscrls off washes off againYouvobeen getting paint with dead oil in it Here reasons Dont get paint with oil in Its almost tore to be dead oil because standing months or years in a- eealtd can kills oil See the point net painS minus oil Dont pay paint prlces for canned oil Get 0 bent nnetd oil and mix it with ffammar yowknowthat will stick right look right wear priceWen this It saves money and saves work too Well explain paint points at length if daybeforeWe are solo agents for the paint you pet without ollnndmlx It is the famous Hammar Condensed Paint Gallon of paint of oil Simple enough Absolutely fresh new Guaranteed for five Wo can ebow you in two minutes how Hammar Condensed Paint will saws you money at least 23 per cent In cost and 100 per tent in wearing qualities J P BIOKNELL Berea Ky c c I C ence L THE PREFACEtevery tituattqn General KM a great a dominant figure The character 0 Lee hu been somewhat lost ighl the study hit career the the chactemtK the Qiratian gentleman to the full ua personality to be studied to be 1011 w1o hii ereal new and in hit simplicity he n an enduring to true manhood all Americathe even Y The PatriotsBy CYRUS TOWNSEND BRADY Author of The Southerner etc chaPterinto take up arms for Virginia and the Southland tj There is a dual love a vein of the most tender and sentiment running through the pages Illustrated in Colors 150JlfWr teotitUtr lutnl it JotllIIDODD MEAD do 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