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Citizen (Berea, Ky.): June 28, 1899 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1899 cit1899062801_sn85052076 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Citizen (Berea, Ky.): June 28, 1899 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1899 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. SUB3CRIBE TODAY - THE CITIZEN DtTOted AN INDEPENDENT WEEKLY ic Circulate VOL. I. Ui iwk, 1000. to tbe Interests of tho Horn, School, and Fan. i 1m. 2. BEHEA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, JUNE 28, 1899. NO. The Citizen Battle, Camp, Hoot, Kennedy, E. Afternoon Addresses. Flauery, W. Flanery, Sizemore, Scott, , The tabernacle was woll filled for Henry, Hubbard, E. Logan, and tho afternoon addressee at 2 o'clock i c II Miss Fannie Allon, who haa been Phocian Logon left last Friday for and the audience wan good till the T. Q. PASCO; visiting friends for a fow woeks at Ullin, III., where they apend the close at about half past four. Dr. Dory, haa returned to her home. KDITOR Mil MANAOKR. summer working in a quarry. Falrchild presided, and music was robtlahed at tbe oBce at Mrs. Mary (Brauaman) Brown, a T. T. Simmons made money on furnished by the band and Hannonia. TUB CITIZEN, Here, Ky. student here 25 yosrs ago, is visit-in- Commencement Day, exhibiting a The invocation was given by Rev. Mr. rolayrnfl and friends hore. Her phonograph, and ox poets to attend Jones. The principal addresses wero homo is in Chicago. Fairs, Associations, and Institutea given by Dr. W. W. Atterbury, of OUR PLATFORM. Ernest Spink and Ed. Staley through the Stato this summer, with New York, and Rev. R. O. McClelo Dr. in town until Sunday, taking his phonograph to earn the money. land, of Fredericktown, Ohio. This paper aims to bring Atterbury presented with oarnost the best reading to every fire- advantage of tho excursion rates to He should succeed. Style, enthusiasm tho opportunities offered side. Reading is a great thing, Cincinnati on that day. Mention was made in Tne Citizen to youth for making tho most of itself s but it makes a big difference Mrs. Anna Fay leaves next week last week that Iter. J. O. Parsons had by education and energy, and urged MAIN STREET. RICHMOND, KY. 207 WEST for hor home near Brookville, Ky. resigned his charge at the Baptist what you read. fathers and mothers to promote thai Tiik Citikn brings, first of Mr. T. J. Oslwrnn will shortly occupy church. HogeostoClayandJockson purposo in their children. Tho all, the news not every tale the proiwrty where Mrs. Fay now counties to look over tho field for a was enlivened by many anecP. M. Reynolds wants to do your of crime or horror, but the im lives, short time, when ho will engage in dotes and was happily received. Mr. portant news the news from Mrs. Jermati has been very low for general evangelistic work for which McClelland presented a clear nnd Weather bureau forecast anothor blacksmithing. Good work and low prices guaranteed. Shop near dopot. Washington and the State xi'veinl days and her recovery is doubt ho is so well fitted. foreoable plea for character building, week of hot weather. from our soldiers in ful. ThriHi of tho children arrived capital, Mr. T. O. Pasco has made arrange- showing how tho welfare of individfar off islands, from our neigh- here Friday night in renonso to a ments for tho publication of a weekly uals, races, and nations depends upon Teachers' Instituto of Jefferson Co. Yon Want GOOD GLASSES is in session at Louisville. For the telegram. bors everywhere. newspaper nt Berea. The paper will individual traits of character established in youth. The earnostness of H. B. Plant, President of tho Plant young folks we have a story V. S. Young, formerly (Kxtmnster lie independent in politics and will be System of Railways is dead. and a Bible lesson ;for house- hero arrived in town last week and re- called The Citizen. Mr. Pasco has the speaker was clearly felt. wives, a few new ideas each turned to his homo in London yettter- - IibiI ntii!dnrali1n nmvuriftiwr exneri- - Botween tho two addresses Mists Kaiser Wilhelm refused to agree of Now York, week which should lighten lay. He travols for a Lexington ence and the work will not be new tojV'rK''two Culbertson, recitations, of to Russia's scheme for Universal Disinimitablo ..ni,;t:na gave ui. ii armament. their labors; for the farmer grocery firm. and energetic aud this ought to mean original dialect poolry to tho great some valuable hints which Homer Martin left for his home in Gen. John B. Gordon's homo near Pan'taoraph hopes tho entertainment of overybody. will help. him to make more Oregon City, Oregon, on Thursday. success. The Upon very short notice five brief Atlanta was destroyed by firo. War IF VOU WANT THEM AT ALL. new enterprise will have fair Railing. from his land and cattle. Qlamea that are not properly adjusted to your Ho excctH to attend Leland Stanford The paper will be a six column folio. addresses were given by as many relics and library saved. eyea are actually I know visiting friends of Berea. Rev. M. We propose to get the best Uuiversity next year, and orders The a number you ought to know dangerous. not attempt It, and Owsloy County has quite to suit Creekmoro congratulated both of- of boys in blue who show her readi- (flaws to your eyea It. I will ideas that can be found on all Citizen sent him. until I know what la needed. Pasco, edThe Berea Citizen, T. G. ficers and neighbors of Berea upon Eyes examined free. such practical and important Miss ness to respond to our country's call. Ellon Outlier returned to her itor, has cotno to our table. Editor matters and pass them around homo at Wildie, Sunday, after a Pasco has made a good legiuniug and tho growth of past years in sympathy Taylor claims to have 830 out of A Nice line of Arovelties in, among our readers. The re- pleasant visit witli Mrs. J. J. Brana- - we hope good fortune may attend hia as well as in improvments and at- 818 votes necessary to nominate. A JEWELRY. tendance. Rev. P. A. White, a gradsources of Berea College are man. Miss Butnor MM'iit tho winter ofTorts. Pantayraph. T. A. ROBINSON, Jeweler and Optician. uate of the College, expressed prido unanimous ballot for Taylor is not for its students alone. The in Florida, having only recently re soon. in the past aud faith in the future of editor of this paper am at any turned. COMMENCEMENT Berea, as a prime factor in solution John Clark, near Harrodsburg, was DEXTAL SURGERY. time step into the largest Colof voxod problems of raco and enlight- dragged by a team of wild horses ov-- J A. WILKES SMITH, D. D. S. lege library in the State, and enment, with earnest exhortation to er about a quarter of a mile of rocky Smith Building, Main Street, he has engaged several of tin; Oil Tuesduy night. June 20, Miss peoplo of every raco to lend a help- - road and fatally injured. q nrA, Richmond, Kit. distinguished instructors gave a reading .jog hand. - Mr. E. W. Baker, a Virginia Culbertson most A big shooting tournament will be Telephone, Ilesldenee, NoO'J, OIHce.No CO. Goo. Barclay of Boone's Gap, lost from her own poems in the chapel. I former student, paid a touching trib- in the College to take charge held June 28, 29 and 30 at Richmond, The reading was for the benefit of tho I ute to Berea'a history, especially to of special departments in the a little child last Friday. Ind. Many prizes are offered and , :i ...... ?:!.. II i . ,u i "u al its officers, and rejoiced in its immed- - many crack shots are expected. Those who are visited Several of our citizens attended the Caper. will know Masonic picnic at Kirksville last S.t-- ! t?nd8d-- . Miss Culbertson has a very iate promise of great usefulness Citizen Beverly Baker, of Clay County, arclear voice and is a pleasing reader. Rev. Willanl Frost, of Chicago, brothwhat is going on in the world. unj IJKALKR IN AMATEUR HUI'FLIKS Her poems aro bright and sparkling, er of our President, pictured the bright rived in London yesterday. He re Every week it will tell them Work has begun on tho house 10r ,lilect renditions very good and future of Berea as a 'center of in- ports that an attempt to assassinate Fine Photograph at Reasonable Prices. something worth knowing. which the Collego ia building for a the program an excellent one, on the creasing thrift and enterprise for the him was made as he was on his way Views about Berea a tjKcialty. TiieCitizen is pledged to no President's home. j whoIe. At different intervals on tho whole state of Kentucky. Tutor to London. party. It is every man s Inend. A street fair for Richmond is being program Miss Culbortson sang a few Raymond earnostly expounded tho An interview with Crawford FairIt stands for the things which advocated by the press of that city.! plantation melodies, accompanying aims of Berea in reaching out to banks, of Terre Haute, a prominent benefit all Tho idea is a irood one and deserves herself on the banjo. The entertain- - peoplo of every station for welfare promoter of trusts, says trusts are on thrift, kindness, enterprise, thn active suport of all. ment was enjoyed by all present. of all, urging the energetic help of their last legs. Investors are said to Ojce Hours, 8 to It A.M., 1 to a P.M. National Bank Building tho thousands assembled to gain be sick of trust stock. and education. And wc ask An supper will be given Commoncomont Day Richmond, Ky. noble advantages. these all who believe in these things by the Ladies of tho Silver Creek Gov. Bradley and Judge Eversolo Wednesday, June 21, saw the largto subscribe for The Citizen. Baptist Church nt their church next est crowd in atteudanco at Berea for held a conference at Frankfort regardNotes When you're in Richmond Saturday, July 1 at six o'clock. ing affairs in Clay county, and arranmany years and perhaps tho largest It did not rain. Ever-sol- e ged for u special court. Judge The aubscrintion list of The Redo not fail to call on Miss Putnam entertained a few ever here. It is estimated that 7,000 Will Klein came up from Langford. will not preside. jwrter has lieen purchased by The friends last Monday evening in honor peoplo wero in town. Nearly 2,000 The booths and various attractions Citizen and we hope that the atu-- 1 of Miss Culbertson. Tho Mandolin saddle horses were counted, and veThe Insular Commission made a ' did a great business. dents will feel oven a livelier interest Club pdded to the pleasure of tho oc- hicles were also present in large numreport suggesting that trusts be forThe farewell social at the Ladies' bidden in tho island of Porto Rico, on In the new paper thnn they ever had casion. " bers. for the old. It has at least two point Tho crowd came early and enjoyed Hull was well attended. the ground that trusts aro a menace A tolegram from J. W. Ames Sunof superiority. His a weekly and it the day. There were practically no Caleb Cope nnd J. W. CojHj.of Aun-vill- to tho healthy growth of business. day informs us that ho is at present Main Street Confectioner runs every week in the yoar. Tub accideuts and everything passed oft took in tho sights, According to Joseph Chamberlain, Citizen never takes a vacatiou and it in Kansas City, but is better in health quietly. A shower at noon would HOTEL GLYNDON BLOCK E. G. Tankersloy and E. M. Embry Colonial Secretary, England is ready will serve as u weekly news letter and will soon bo able to continue hia have helped matters considerably, were among tho former students who to administer a sev'sro lesson to the when the students an away from journoy. but for the past two years oven the Boers in case a peaceful sottlomont of Rev. J. W. Torkiugton, n student Berea Conimeucemont has failed to came down from Richmond. Berea. the South African troubles is not soon two years draw here in '93, writes that for The crowd of departing students rain. reached. after leaving Berea he was a missionA program of the morning exercises was so largo that the 11:49 train on HANSON & PASCO'S PERSONALS ary in Africa, but is now ut Swedeu is here given: Thursday was held for half an hour Tho Democratic Stato Convention Cull C. Coyle is spouding a few Valley, Pa. In order to accommodate all at Louisville was entirely blocked by HjI-VEPTSdays here. Morning Exorclsos a disturbance created for the sup The Evangel, edited by Rev. J. The Citizen took advantage of the posod purposo of making tho nominaMVS 1-0- llythe Band. Will Lusk will teach the school at Knox Montgomery, of tho First Unit- opportunity afforded by tho large INVOCATION'. tions worthless in caso thoy were not West Union this term. cd Presbyterian Church of Cincinnati, crowd aud distributed 3,000 copies, Jiff W1C Kcnool t'horu. pleasing to certain political factions Chns. M. White goes to Springfield, comes to our table. It is u creditable Oration Shall tho HepuWlcle I'criwlual? Much substantial encourugemeut was in Louisville. church paper. It. C. Ui. Medina. Ohl. received and a great deal of interest Ohio, where he has n iositiou. The BEREA SHOE SHOP lW'lure ami Alter Takliin Km)A cablo from Gen. Otis reports that shown. Tho Southern Passenger Agent of Ami Vty llant.ui. tlerea. Postmaster Hart was at Red Lick For The very best hemlock or oak hall aolea. the rebels in tho Philippines are badr'ret Not Ifcvau of Evil tho Big four was hero last Wednes Oration All kinds of boot and shoe repatra. One very pleasant feature of tho on business Friday aud Suturday. Hi'nrr C. Tlnljr. t'iuilmrti ly scattered and little campaigning is The beat and cheapest line o( lllblea. day unit Thurhduy it the interest of day was tho Luuch for the Alumni and Mb" VOC.lt. J0.O-"- lle " is R. Sharp Holmes, of Richmond, Tbe Travis Reference Line IllbleStudlea. being done. Their only hope seems his road. He secured about thirty Mtaa Carrie Wood. Former Students. At this gathering, to bo The HKOAL SIIOK. visiting his cousin, C. F. Hanson. in that The Doprlxatlona ut Itijjh Stations Kuay passengers among tho students. which was hold in tho Baptist Church, Mary C. lloopea, UU'rllll, Ohio. America will come to their relief with C. Rexford Raymond visited Con Haw Strain up Move! mituy of Bereu's children mot to talk As n result of u runaway horse on Oration a change of polioy in tho governIt. S, Hoard, Appelacbioole, Florida, way last Saturday on College business. 0ouiIMoncoinout Day Mr8. JoUn Gar over old times and discuss present ment and declare iudopendonce of Kulogy on The College Hell (juay plans and prospects. The occasion the rebels. The natives are combinHallle V. Kmbree. Berea. Mrs. Demmoti, of Wnrren, Pa., is rett was quite badly injured. She Secret Corves was a pleasant one to all concerned visitiug her parents, Mr. and Mrs was pissing along the street at tho Oration ing to drive them out. H. C. JASPER. M. D. Edward A. CIiuId, Mtchrleld. Ohio. aud it was agreod that it had been a time, aud was struck by the buggy. Chauoy. ne Solo and Quartet to meet together. good tiling lad SURGERY, The Owl and The I'liuy Cat" Some unknown tfrnoun amused Mr. T. (1. 1'aaco, Mown. Mann, lllihain,and I'ope Quarterly Moetlnga. Office MEDICINEBullcUse, RkamoaJ, Ky. Mrs. Yocum went to Cincinnati last la Prithtr Among those presont were the Fourth morning. Sho returns to- themselves Friday night by using an Oration Saturday The Time la Short graduatos of this year, Miss Pasco, R. Prewitt's Chapel, June 24, 25, N. Ttkphoae 103 & 109. ax on the calaboose and liberating W. U. Kinbree, Opal, Wyoming, morrow, B. Woodford, C. W. Gould, Jr., E. Jellico, July 8, 9; Williamsburg, July Nethtof DlNCraccful several prisoners who were confined Oration . Mt. Olive, July 19,20; Boone William M. Miller, Richmond. James J(reston and Mrs. Delilah W. Todd, and T. G. Pasco of the class there waiting trial in police court Sat- Oration Cbrlittanity Our nuilao wero married last Wednes"97, Mr. and Mrs. Owens, P. A. ville, July 22, 23; Mariba, July 25,20; E. B. McCOY, of Harrison Harold II. Hunting, Berea. urday. July 29, SO; Antioch, day, June 21. Kind a Way or Make II White, Dr. Thomas Burton, Mr. and Turkey Creek, Oration Mark Spink and Juo. Burdett wont July 29, SO; Smith Schoolhouse, July John W. Keely, Chicago, lllluola. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. A. P. Settle, Rev. Willard J. Frost, of Harvey, down to Richmond Saturday to play Oration Lite Up In America and Mrs. Rawlings, A. J. 29,30; Owen's Chapel, Aug. 5,6; at J, Carl Kay, (lenuaiitown. 111., preached to the congregation ball with the Whito'a Station team College Hill, In The High- - Elder, Dr. Phil Roberts, E. M. Em- Highland, Aug. Sunday, tbUaloa church against the Caldwell High School eat. bry, S. G. Hanson, T. J. Coyle, Mr. Aug. 12,13; Mlddlesborougb, Aug. 19 Conferring- Degree. Score 10 to 6 in favor of Mr. T. J. Flanery, of Conkling, loft team. and Mrs. J, M. Hart, Mr. and Mrs. 20; MoLelland, Aug. 20,21, Poor it ('S7C School Cborut Columbia. for bores Tuesday with his daughter, Whito'a Station. 1IKNKD1CTION. W. L. Hutchinson, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Fork, Aug. 26,27; London, Sept. 2, 3; ART GALLERY MisLou( and MLm Martha Beard. Now Sharon, Sept. 2,8. Degrees were conferred on Miss Jackson, H. O. Kennaird, A. J. A largo businoss in shipping staves The District Conference will oon Rev. and Mrs. J. G. Parsons, C. I. 0QG, Propriety. Misses Carrie Woods, Pearl Baker ia being done here now. About a car Ruth Todd, from the Department of Williamsburg, July Id L. Brooks leave load is shipped each week. Tan-bar- k Music, and Messrs. W. M. Miller, J. Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Russell, Mr. and rene at PttM. WMUJttTH Church, in Harlan Couaty, trade haa bees quite good this W. Neely, J.C. Fay, W. D. Embree, Mrs. R. II. Royston, O. U. Rankins, Poor Fork to speed tbe summer at Chautauqua. and Mrs. A. W. Titus, Mr. and will be dedicated Aug. 27. W,lCbapaa.left Saturday for season. Flat rails and posts aro in and H. B. Hunting from the College Mr. T. P. Wyatt. J.S. Mittii, P. E. Mrs. courses. to begin, his summer t work good demand. for tho Union. American Sunday-schoo- l DOUGLAS, BRIGHT & CO. FOR g I Ladies', Misses', and Children's Shoes, Oxfords, Slippers Gents' Fine Foot Wear and' Furnishings Quality, and Price Guaranteed No Trouble to Show O-oocl- General News. NEWS. i BURTON, The Photographer, J. C. MORGAN, temperance, Dental Surgery, ice-crea- I crop's, "THE GO TO T. RELIABLE" ' e, j i GrO To ltr U n. rALlVlcK- ltWO-Barito- 12-1- 6; Dentist, Bur-detto,- Berea. Kentucky. 0; CENTER STREET Ma-Bai- ad 12-1- U Ledoa I J penwiper, became there was a figure uf ii, nun ucau inr eye nnu he knew perfectly well that It waa not T. O. PASCO, IMitor and Manager. real motile, too. "A hen I.thcl mother took her to : : IvTN'Tl'CICY, r iw.ri:a, Florida hc. made the acquaintance of a young Kngllshmnn there who wns supposed to be engaged In the oranee SAD CASE OF JACK SMITH. growing business, nml also aupposcd to JsckPmlth wns.irlfrk on thousand ysar nc uoing very well nt It. IcronnIly, he Ann nn neart nasaanriRninstne May, wa liked by ctrrybody, not because Ills smart little wife made his humble home Ills elilcr brother wan said to be n lonl, rteiir. For she did htr own housework with never but Just for hi own Bake, lie wnn n n fear gay, f sort of .vountrstcr. s.o. Of what other people might say. clnblc, n good banjo pla.ter, ninny Might say, ready for n bit of fun, anil nolmtlr hnil Of what foolish people might ear. n word to My ngnlnst his diameter, tastes brine simple, hln wanta Ihey Ills nnd her mother hnd been In Flor were few; ida nearly nil winter, nnd they had seen Contentnl nnl happy he dwelt: lie dlnnl on plain food and took txrrclsc, intleh of this, voung man nit the time. THE CITIZEN. it mouse on ,veral ...L.. -- ..... 4I,, ii, linil f mnn nail told .Mr. Herry thnt he In tended to marry her dnuchtcr. Mrs llerry said thnt must bens her daughter ciiosr to ilechie. Finally, no far an nnv Peine poor he could live as It nulled him one eonld judge, l'lhcl herself was In- cllncd to favor the younc mnn. . i . .. .i Ana nrtss jusi ior comion aionr; i.'ii.i erc uie mice came tn. with a lie could rldi on a The cottage which the Kerry had rent- . test. cpeaK me iruin nna ne nonesi nccausc nc eti tor the w inter wn n very fairlr built 1,01 n " "'!. and .not . . .n"a,.r' . With true Independence unknown. A.l ...11. il.t I Irmili i im Biii'immicsnum ro. i nrv I'nktiown I hntl Ihrtl there from .mrmlifr to the To those In a wealthier tone. I """.ary without cier .having And thus he was happy until In awhile Kr" oougui to mink of mice. Hut In There fell to htm riches calore. And then the poor fellow bloomed out In I February Kthcl heard strange sounds ., " ' .' nv niiviit to ii ni v...! . m ... ii i hi. '"ft" And dwelt In a grand architectural pile 'Mother,' she snhl, 'I henrd mice In With sen ants on every floor, my room Inst night, nnd jon know- - ns With bosses on every itcor. wen ns l ilo tlint mi lour ns there is nnv J. Cumberland Smythe was our gentleman chance of n mouse being anywhere now, about thnt room I can't sleep in it. Ksnulre tacked onto his name: .Mrs. llerry knew perfectly well that And hi ambitious wife she was training this was no exaggeration. Theelrl had him now not slept mor.! than one hour nil the To make his politest society bow To further her loftiest aim previous night, nnd that would not ilo. That came They rigged n grnss hnmniock for her From trying to "get tn the game. In her mother s room she could siren With nothing to do he grew puffy and stout, all right in n hnmniock nnd n search Ami wine made him red in the face; was made for n mouse trap. lie dined on course dinners with nabobs wow, tlie town where the Ilerrvs about, Ills health nnd hlJ nerves and good nature were staying was n nice enough little gave out. place In its way, but it was not n crrnt And he soon was a pitiful case. commercial center. You could buy most Full ease. For the doctors who thrived on his pace, things thnt winter visitors to Florida lire likely to want, but this did not InIn garments of fashion he had to be bound clude mouse traps. The storckeepir And walk with u dlgnined tread; Mini lie huil never licfore thought tlu.t To operas, balls and receptions around Ills wire matte him go If he didn't she there was nnv demand for mouse trans . .. fmmil "m0,1? M otiM send Another to go In his stead. , " ""isignmcni oi tnc newest make, Ills stead, when scandalous things mlgh be said. liowcer, i A valet he had who would fawn t hi, r.r, I l"an meant waiting for, pcrhniis, u week, and lettini; the mlri And fun of him make at his back- IIU butler, bedecked with gold butlonaand have thi ir fling In the meantime. Kthel IOVr RJlIil Lhn mil.l tllll v. w..,,. r,,,, l,n 11...... I.. ,nlllllll HI !. Lookcd down on him so that he felt In his next room nt night, and they kept lur pUce As amall as the point of a tack, awake, nltlinugli she felt more seeute A tack. in the hammock in her mother's room, And worse than a man on the rack, She wan urgent to have those mice ex In his carriage with liveried driver before terminated, nnd she was a young worn tiger behind. And a an accustomed to hate her will oleed. And his w ife w ith a poodle he had to adore. "This was a chance for the voting He rode In the park while admirers, a score. lnnn to prove his devotion, lie hnd no ould bow to his wife w ho Inclined mouse trap to offer the lady, but he hnd Inclined. While he was compelled to be blind. a horse, anil lie could ride thnt horse In spite of hla money both ends wouldn't far and fast. lie mounted nt dawn. meet. nnd rode to a port "2 miles nnnr, where For he had to ape wealthier geese. were many ironmongery stores. Eo worries and cares made his troubles there nnd at night he returned in triumph, complete: To keep up the style he must practice de though n little wayworn, bearing the ceit. mouse trap, Which robbed all his slumbers of peace. "It was a bumble sort of mouse trap Of peace. one of the wire cage kind, but the Till death seemed his only release. young l.ngllshman thought it would One day In a restaurant sadly he went do. So did Kthcl. She rewnrded him And asked as a privilege rare That he, as In days he had happily spent. with sinilrs and thanks; he was happy. Could take oft bis coat and In shirt sleeves nnd the trap, baited with codfish, was uuuirui set. Elt down on a plain 'Wooden chair. That night Kthcl again thought she Hard chair. And feel just as free aa the air. heard stirrings, but In the morning. OLD SOL'S RIDE IN 1849. when her gallant came, early, to see "And can't I." he asked, "'as a privilege how his trap worked she herself could I'lunery IVrathrr great. l'rrillrllnns of the not face the chances of seeing a mouse, Have corned beef and cabbage to eat JfiurnalUu nl I.nnn With plenty of mustard and all on one even in captivity it was found that the Ako. Plate trap was empty, You'll pardon my tears for, alas, I must To tell the truth,' said the young In these days of practical newspaper state It's years since I've known such a treat, man, 'I never had mucli confidence in writing, in which liald facts are exA treat. kind It'syearssincel've known such a treat." this one of trnp. Sorry I didn't look pressed In the plainest and tersest form. of the other kind with a the now cry language Indulged In by for II. C Dodge, In Chicago Daily Sun. spring, you know. Anil, come to think some of the "journalists ' half ccn of it, I don't believe mice care much for tury ago sounds peculiar. The follow. eodllsh. Do you? Well, I'll just ride ing coin ulslon was copied by one of the over again and sec if 1 can't get local papers from the New York Trib A MAID and a MOUSETRAP one of the spring sort. line in ISta as worthy of a high place That was n very fair test nt that in tnc newspaper literature of the ijj By Pauline Freeman young mini's devotion, I think, lie bad day: . ridden nlibut 45 miles the day lieorc, "On Saturday evening, nt 11:1 w-tte nnd here he was going to do it o'clock the sun rode calmly and inlhlh again, just to get a lietter mouse trap over the autumnal eui!nn and cast his T T ccrtuinly seems to me ns if some lor nls iuiiy love, l Know it mane u golden anchor on the wintry coast oi J power wiitched out the destinies deep impression on her nt the time, for autumn. Hut as yet the ust ocean ol of poling girls and guurded them when she told me ns much. She told me ihnt nlr through which he sails is glowing they're good," the old bachelor said, lie when the Honorable. Tom that was his anil transparent with the memory of ought to know, I thought, liming him inline started out on Ids second mouse the long summer days that linie passed self been a sort of honorary uncle nnd trap expedition they had it nil pretty ocr It, darting their ricli beams to its ery depths. guide to as many nsa docn young girls well settled thnt they kIioiiM be mar as we write, how- In his time, nil of whom were happily ried two weeks inter, in n (pilct wny. i;er, the remembrance fades, like the married. He was u philanthropic sort He said that he wanted tn surprise his sky's blanching snuwnlrs of sunset; mun, with ii very brother and 'all of them at home, so nnd In the dlstuncc the cold gliosis of of a middle-age""t say a word nbout It be winter glare and wine their frozen large experience of the world and JU he forehand just send them n cable to wings, which erenk on Icy hinges wuys. "Why, I've known ?tasch where things say lie was married. And I quite, be winie in tnc silence ot midnight n enme right just when the girl herself lieve that Mrs. Ilcrry would haveglicn prophetic voice of wnlllng nml desoln thought they were going hopelesslv her consent; she liked the wny the tion moans fitfully nt the casement." lew people can contemplate tide wrong," lie continued, becini; that we young man had acted In taking her into his confidence from the first. specimen of literary architecture with ,v mi noil lu nun linn ivilMJ lur "Well, that second time ho came out experiencing n feeling of uwe and more. ".ow mere was unit case lu nor thvr turlicr thau ,,c 110,1 ,1,c sadness, with n few cold sliUcrson th." Ida with my dear young friend Kthcl l)ack llerry. It looked like a iery bad case at night liefore. The mother and dniigh side. It is proof poslthe thnt the pro. one time, but it proved to he all for the ter were sitting up, waiting for him on fesslon lias, in some tilings, gained by the veranda. He had succeeded In get what it has lost. Albany Argus. best. ting n spring trap, nnd with it lie ! I don't mlrd telling you about "No, (.'nmllra .Vlmlt-- nf . ii i li I lin. brought a great hunk of elicrse, buying Jt. You, none of you, know who Kthcl A Itiissiau engineer tins succeeded In that cheese was the only biirc bait for llerry is. Ami, in any case, the thing mice.' 'And If thnt doesn't catch 'em,' illseoicriiig a praeflcnl meihiMl of maknever wus u secret. he said, 'nothing will. You must pull ing naphtha candles. These ure com-isc- d "Well, of course, you know that all down of naphtha, jictroleum, tallow the house, or get into other women are afraid of mice. I would al ters. Only, don t go nway from here. and special substance to glie the most be inclined to suspect a woman I That night, when the trnp hud been eiiudles consistence. In St. I'etersburg w as not afraid of mice, for my own that these lights can be bought nt nlioiit , nlltl e part I should regard herns something ' , , wus a the same price ns stearluu caudles, to 1... , . LUIIIIIIUIIl.il III IIIU lli.fc llMlll ill which they will become 11 formidable uncann- y- lit for treasons, rntngen.s Kiil ,k J:,hc, it UB something not pn.,erly L,1(,,,cn and .poll, cUcki mmc(,atcl.. foI. competitor. The naphtha candles burn with a smokeless flame and glte out n i.u r,u , icenngs uoout ,,y h01u, ,f onc , , mice wan really quite beyond the or- - ..i. powerful light. The Inventor intends .. ,. ..,1 i ,t.,.i dinary. On every other subject she wllppng the floor mid the walls oi cstithlljhlng a latgc factory for the was a. sound a, a bell. ou couldn't room with It. In lictwccn the production of these lights. Chicago lc frighten her with a gun. She could nll(i knocks the two women heard Chronicle. shoot pretty welUudhadactuallyklllcd u,n.i lit-.- . .lrl...l ,wnu uh,.,.. 1.. ,. Cause anil ICrTeet. deer out In the woixls. About Uncle Thomas I like ter git up early. O I VI. r. ..14 ..44.. ... I. .1 V '"Then they knew what it wus all Then 1 can git my work done 'fore Vi. luorrorithat most people feel who have Lhout. night an' be aide ter go ter bed early. voi peen usemo nctn irom childhood. And thW w Johnny W'ot yer want ter go ter whnt showed the nr. Bhe, A not by any means a ncnous c.uur bed early fcr? of or a fa ntlnfi- woman. Il.it somehow, wouUln.t ,mw. one ,nto lhebroo "Why, so'. I can git up early. You f she could not aland mice; I have een m0Ub)1 h(i hee there. as soon ns know mlghV little 'bout the true Eo vigor and hcallh and sood nature he knew. And never a worry he felt. He felt, To shorten the girth of his belt. I"", I ... ... mcrry-Ro-roun- d .... I .... 1 Hoo-roo- rl I ...Mn I ,i, - folded-arme- d , she put on her dippers, lighted a lanii nnd led the way. "Ily thnt time the violence of the snakes agonies hnd subsided, lie hnd stopped whipping nml threshing about Only the faint tremor of his rail In kept up. You see, lie didn't cure fm codfish, but cheese, being tnnde oi milk, hnd i. certain nttraction for him lie hnd gone to Imcstlgntc the ball on that mousetrap and hnd sprung It jusl ns If he hnd been h real uiotite. The consequence was that the spring, which was a good, strong one, had gripped him tight on the back of his head. And that was the end of him. "Hut, though lithel could go Into thai room with n Inmpnnil look at thesnnke, the sight nearly chocked her '.'ilo hysterics. She said she could ncicr forgel the look ' that dead rattler, jti its Jaws wide open, staring lit her lu the corner of the room. More than that, after she had nenrly dropped the lump and set the house on lire, she declared that she must get out and go to sonic other house. She could not stny lu that house nnnther hour. Fortunately, there was n sort of hotel in the town, and the llerrys went to it. Hut It seemed iery hard- nt the time nt least that during the next few days, while she was suffering from nn nttnek of feer, the doctor would not let llononilileTomct.cn send her a note. The fact Is, she could not bear anything that reminded her of 'that hideous night,' as she iilwnjs called it. Hut here Is where the iiroililenee Ihnt watches oier good girls comes In, think. Now observe A few dnjs later, when they were Just going to start north, Kthcl saw the joung man and told him thnt their marriage must' be txistponcd for some months, until she could forget nil iiImiiiI thnt horrible mousetrap alTiiir. She said that, for some time to come, the sight of him would niwnH remind her of a rattlesnake with its mouth wide open. He tried to tnke her out of It. but one evening out lu the moonlight the told him Just how It wns. Now. you tnsy think that a very un kind thing for n girl to say to her de moted imer, and no wonder he didn't seem to like it. Hut it was just as well that she did take thnt fancv. She went with her mother to Ncu York, nnd there by the merest ne J dent, she met nnnther Hnc lishuian who knew Honorable Ton Then, In conversation, it came out that Honorable Tom's brother had sent hln to Florida on to seirntc liiiu from Honorable Mrs. Tom, who wns n very undesirable person. lu fact. Honorable I om wns the black sheep of the family. In many wnys hi wns noi a oao icnow neier stole, ol anything of thnt kind but he had n wry light idea of his obllgntlous in the wny of mnrringe. evidently. He himself said, when hewnsaskid about the nlTalr, that lie had eorne to Horldaon purKise to escape from 'that woman' mennimr Honorable Mi Tom, his lawful wife. "So, you see, that mpiisetrnpnnd that rattlesnnke did one good turn for Kthrl llerry then, nnd n second good turn, you may say, when she innrrieil the doctor who trcntcd her for thcnerious trouble that followed. "And I happen to know that the doe tor lias mule her a particularly cood husband. I know it by her looks. I can always tell a happy wife." N. O, STUDY IN I1AT TRIMMINGS. Ilanr Tliss Arr .vrrnnaril t'pon lh "Better Be Wise Wist ptcrte ,i re ho rich tufitnlhey kneno 4 perfect remedy for All Annoy-M- ff diseases of the bleed, kidneys, th'er And benvets. It is Hoed' s St SApAfilU, tvttfch is rerfect in its Action to reguhtes the entire system as to crtng ixjorous iieAJin, le1, Soft met llesiliienr. llllll l" In uin Than Rich." EASE THE WORN NERVES. A Wiinmn'a Life "lii.iil.l iit lie All llnsli nml llur r If SUr W silts to lie Trul) llniiy. - 1 plii-crt- The wont "duly" lu the mouth of the ordinary woman Is synonymous with discomfort. The rccrct of hnpplmss consists In looking upon what one must do In this world ns the pleasnntrst thing life olTcrs. It is only another case of the miiit of view. The people who stny young longest nnd who ure most nttnictitc, whether young or old, nrc those who do things that they ought tn do, not from n sense ot duty, but because it is n pleasure. The woman who stays tip nt night to nurse a sick friend or to finish a doien shirts for the heathen Wmise duty nloue prompts her, white It Is n weariness of the flesh nnly sustained by the commendations of conscience, Isdoi.ig herself nnd the trlntltc or the hi.ithou wrong. She is dragging through n link which Is repugnant to her, nnd :ie shows In her face before many vents hate passed Hues Indlctititc of tiunccc-sar- y worry. Contrast with the ucrtoiis, hurried woman the wholesome, matron who "taken things ensy." It is not necessary to neglect hotni- - or husband to do this, for she does quite ns much In by way as the woman who is always "rushed to death." The one who Ihes by conscience fccU that she must do by her nrighlxirs as they do by her, and consequently her friends rice I ic Imitation, to dine at her house even when they find tho hostess In n fclnte bordering In nerious prostration. She must return the hospitalities she hns rerclied nt any cost, and if her income is limited she will tuske up the deflelciKy by oierwork nnd oicrworry. Her friends know this, nnd it Is trial for them to dine nt her house. It is nbsutd to say that onc hasn't time to tnke eaic of one's self or must not oiler jionrcr fare than one recchrs. Chicago 11 A I fv York man who Is famous for hie wit said the other day that the mil liners must gather their floral hat trim mines from irardeiis created for their use, for in nil Ids bolnnleal le- search- - and this particular brnuch ol study is one of his hobbles- - he hns ncter come across nny records of th specimens which nowadays ndom fnsli lonnblc headgear. LVsVMb-VkVi And one Is Inclined to take his state ment seriously when one sees the won' All Ariitimeiit, derftl creations which my lady wrnrs. cf louiucl for the drfrnia Here llie v Idea of draping the brim of sum llin'lrd ttilh im itifiii Thi ' tirndnnrii i he Jury," he tried, "you n rtilllc of fine lnrc hu tucr hnta with the riunrr In le the tout, tanno. rah u'st.tiif vi' in tne ttoiihi Ill.tkt him "lit to lie' rie In' i.. Slid ixiM he have nuirdritd his tide, iiil.itiiiit as he is iiuil of diMti7 Wniild lie not mlhrr h4e sutitd her III order Ihnt nrniht he here st tins trul to ttrrp fur Inm ttith Iter leatsf" and influent e (Inly the ihmighllesa think lattyrradn nut assist the elidt of Justiie. Dctrsil Journal. fJfoodA SwiSafmUtfg I n I l. Ilia 'eirit,-rrls- s Contains tiiptrh halftone rngrariiiKi, nisile from .li..t"t!rspl taken nt our At my in isnin, nn Ii4ii ..ris si..) in act ml srrtirr, and Anieriun loin huata, Culsi.lla S4inii ItKl f kb VVMe lNarrtmN, Mpmtl.fc.Aratrl Atihitictiiif ; lnnlaKs.torn of e tkr tur ii. .f Island. I'm lines of our Hetf roes llrsrv, lltnersl ( turns Kinn (tiwwn the author I. kteler, as ('apt. Miarles ll".oii, llii m sell,.sainwiH, Miles, Seldey. Misttrr, lyr, ltrs,k, I jtinli, tirnups til Mix r re. Cita'ry, Atliilery, Inftntrj, Ships, Silditis, Initititsnts, liillr pntdiie, wim-shutts the msnnrii sfid vitn.i, .Msinll.i, prtt-piIi ( ONK Ol TIIH Nt:V II0N.ST.T3 Inken splendidly. It lends n sweelly de mure expression to the face and tuuTei tlie hat picturesque. One very pretty hat wns trlmmM with ft mrdlev of odd blooms, Ther were purple roses, yellow tiolets, pink daisies, green cowslips, white forget. nnd blueilnuilelious.nll mussed uxin It in such u wny thnt your corm sMindent was not surprised to hear Hit wearer spoken of hs "it wntklng tlowei gnrilt ti." There ns also a Ihiw of rils bon iqMiri the rrown with flowers massed at the leftside. me-no- ilalulla. .la, Lmiihi.V, Tsiiisj, 1'aretttll Uttn Home, IIimU!, Clsra llatton. Ib'iiah liiiler. Stniiajo, San JiMn. MsiniU, the lleautiful unten uf Cuba ami 'Im kamaiifta, The Allmm Is vS litt oume, printed on tinrat n alnl lat.r. Sent I Itl.K to ast al Ireaa in the l'ultel State, (an. da it Met lor I'.' ittt in stamM r ."in. to i. t.r watat assl tk-in("pi mtr l urn ut aay 1st Let ullira iitrhes, weijlis 13 tf (Inter at ofn. as the edition r Nnilleil. Aiki'ts. W AItlliA .1. LYNCH, t'earral ratseeater and l.rl Anl, "Il iJ l'uur ltiHIte, ' Cipi innali. Ohm Maik mttiope "War Album." 1 the It it l our I! u: out ")s Chronicle. SOME ODD UMBRELLAS FOR COOL EVENINGS. Tbl pur-mr- c Itntlirr r.ipn. altr t'rrnllftn to 1 limit Otrr mt Ksruliii; (,iitn. 1 n llnlnt) Hill l.uropciuia TmI.ii .Vlnrr I'rlilr In'lbtlt Itnln lriilrelnr. Tlinn Ilo pic ,if 'I hi. Country. funnv. sometimes. Ten years sthrn His't tsfUit r, lit one ammiion Has lo Ik- - a in iilitr tsHMlsrassi liotisvtitlislasso " Itcrlln (Mil.) I let tUh "Ye. ' 'kl' f. rnii see thai pal yonnic man rssKrj at th ribbon cvunler!" - I'rilllleaa AlllliltlnK. Tale's atsfu'lv t'i aid. This. is an Illustration of the saying Hint the lies! goods sometimes come In the smallest iwekitgrs. I.Vnllv oil can ilo up I be fashionable little summer rnpe Into u xiteel so small that it can Ih; stuck away in the handbag and yet luive room enough for i'Im a; mi i lie in t u- cape Is linKcil a very soim-lliin- Times-Democra- t. 11 I I y www ww w ww otr d ,; TUB BLMMKIt CAl'U. Speed, In Woman's Home Companion. large nfTnlr In inuttir of cost. It Is one of the frholities of the sensnu that NOVEL FANCY LAMP. scarcely Ieae you car fure out of a hundred-dolla- r t'nlque llralRti In Oriental Wood bill. All slimmer wraps are made of deli llelleMlily I'nrtril ami Ver cate, light materials. They are mostly IllUhls I'lillahrU. for show, and tlie faneii r they are built .lust now when the housewife's the better. I'hls very pretty cape wns exhibited thoughts ure turning tint aril pretty furnishings for the summer home! u word n few dnys ago by n leading tnoilinti It is tlctclopcd in dotted l)i uli n silk of about lamps is not nmisn. The new deturquoise blue, with the figures in dnrk signs ure strikingly unique this year green. I be cape was trimmed around the edge with u rullle of spangled tulle set out itunthrr rullle of turquoise silk. I he lapels uie of dark giuen silk, bordered with u heaiy rticlilugof while chilTon with fancy edge. , row of the ruehlug In arranged over the shoulders and across the back to form a louuil oke. I he collar Is n high, rolling Mrdiel of Dresden bilk, llmd with numerous ruflles of pale blue chilTon. The cape Is lined with blue silk nnd fastened with jeweled clasps. a 1st Iliiltiui. civ Milrt A very good aluminium shirt waist button linn been perfected and is now the center there Is nlson rapier, It la ii .t rr.. t.'.le for asr girl ta hia wiiien may lie draw ii out. Another neal Intention Is n hollow stick which con sever t ui. lu. i. .n the stung. Alca- UOIl tains n camp chnir. 'l'hree steel nre pressed out of the top of th I Ah ' 1 ,t r ted r.'i Ins dossed W llu Ictin stick, a triangular piece of cantos pin ptnttett.".' e L on, nnd n sent is had which is at least as comfortable ns a bicycle saddle. All of these strange umbrellas come from the old world. The umbrella-nmkcr- s say that Kuropeaus tnke much more pride in their umbrella! than do peopli ot i nis country. .Many little jokes nr concealed in the umbrella h.lndlri thcte. A handle may present the n- penranre oi tne henil of n monkey oi n cut or some other nnliunl, and n secret spring will cause the little creature to open its mouth nnd spurt a droit of cologne on the beholder, -- John (illmrr In Many curious umbrellas are innj One hate seen can be taken nsirl and I lie stick is ol put in ones iel,rt. wihmI nbout on inch in diameter. Th enter can be turned Inside out ntul foldcif into ik small bundle. Ily toueli log n spring the ribs come ofl, straight, eu nut nnd may he placid lu the hoi' low of the stick, which is then n terj i, tiiiilrr. "fihe has a nriirkal!t time," piesentnble walking stick. It is found "In Khun ' tery coincident bv lu owner, who Is a "In iiinhre drummer. Another is still more in "No t..n ler She used to cult a Jnjcisj genious. I'lie handle Is eurted, and tlliip to ihniur ' - t 'oelah-- l I'Wm IHater, w hen n spring Is pressed :t pipe flies out Tn ( nr. "lil In One liny Tlie ribs nre stowed nwnv In llrnmn I illt Tahlela. Ait ter nnd tlie owner has n walking stick, Take fuuliHiiK?) lllllaitoeuru.ijo. 1 Inlrriiallonal ( iml rotloi,, llaplttl Young I'eople'a Tnloa lf Atlterle. Itlehnioihl. Vs.. July UtolO. ISt'.i. the (i II A II It f ttill main n rntt. of ni. for Ihe roiissl trip -- ! Rnlntf July II. I'J nisi 1.1 Kiat returnotK liom IticbmoHil mtt Ily .le)aaltlMt tletat Inter Ihsit Julv al villi .nil sk4iI on or lvtmi Jtdy II assl , stMtietit of 'a reel- - lelulH limit tHty estenihsl lolrttte not Inter thou UV lW ,V II. aRfiits fur Angyat Swl II iufvinwtiou fll lhcn but Uni(.-wt- tr ('I HOW OM She LOOKS Poor cloihcs cannot make you loo!, old. liven pale checks won't do it. Your household cares maybe heavy and disappointments may he deep, but they cannot make you look old. One thing does it and' never falls. It Is impossible to look young with the lolor of seventy years in your hair. I 11 ready for trade. The button is made out of one solid piece of metnl. no solder being used, nnd is warranted not to break or bciyl. Only n inelnl expert can distinguish between this button r.tul the genuine gold one, nnd the gold nlumluliim button issuhl not tobluckfit linen. Itcmoio the grease stains by riiliblng with magneslt, or ereiim of tartar, l're jiare n lather of lukewarm water and white roup; wash the glows in It, wring them and tquc cc them through u fresh lather, llluse first lu lukewiirm water, then in cold, uud stretch them on wooden hands to dry in the sun or before o fire. Chinese llrlilesiiuilils. An exceptionally ugly old woman in China can ulwuy s mako a fuir lit lug by acting us brldcsmuld at n wedding. A Chinese bride makts u point of choos-in- g only ugly women for her attend ants in order thut they uuy act a toll to tier beaut, Vigor I.AMI' OF OItli:.'TAl. WOOD. and they ure made of ull Imagluury mtv tcrinlH. The shapes, too, are very much changed from those of previous years, for Hi lieu of the short, dumpy lamp with Its large round bowl, there Is a long, slender vessel with an ull receptacle scarcely larger than u rood- permanently postpones the signs of age. Used according to directions it gradually brings back tho color of youth. At fifty your hatr may took as It did at fifteen. It thickens the hair also; stops It from falling out; and cleanses the scalp, from dandruff. Shall we send you our book on tho Hair and Its Diseases? tell-tal- e - ' Vnli..rnllirr tiluira. ,,, trXM ,,. 1 'r - n. -- MtulitrsunouwayJrgmttlltUewv'oJeul.J,, wa. quite uie it wait a rattlciutkc l,t , y of life," Judge. sl.cd teacup. A pretty new lamp design Is one that Is made of oriental wood delicately carud nml highly polished. Tin wood Is u dark brown and the llguret n r enameled la dark green. Th lamp stands ulmost VA feet ldgh, ex clusive ot its Iwsc, The proper shadi for such a lamp Is made of deep red French tissue paper, trlmmtd around tbe ciIkc witb IrllU ol cUiluo, Thm Btut Advlam Ft-- . II Ton da nut obtain all th Senssoil aipsclnl (ram th titsnt lh iKor, will th doctor about It. rrobablr thcr ll som difficult with your rsnsrsl ststsni ttlitcn roar tx illr rrmovtd. Ait lrrn, Oil. J. C, AYCIt, Uwsll, Mass. nu J Ail list iaiis. wins Boat Cuutsb bjrup. Taauia UuuJT I'M I la liinn. tAA br drusaUtA. mm 3 DOES WINE MAKE BLOOD? GRACIOUS INVITATIONS. Trila and Arxararnt Thnt It lines Alt! In Mol, (he I'rarrsa, (Inlna tn "linn bur lloes II Inlrrnnllnnal for Jnlr mn4r . lMMs-- Tc, llosra Verra4T. eliol l.eaaoi, 'WHAT SHALL I TELL JESUS?" 1.1111c Aliout the Urine flirt's Qnrallnn llrlnaa llrf nrmallnn nf llrr IlnafSoftkrcl Kalhtr, n Knclly Welt h liuly Intnl tninr tlir n mnrknblr nml touching Ineitlrnt vvlilrli tltwl usril In crush Jlir tianl, sinful heart of licr ilnmknnl nml In transform liltu Into n rlrnn, ilrvntnl nml iiftcf ill 1'lirlatlnn: A lKiiutl(tit tlaiightrr vtna liorn Into tlm liomi' unil lirrnmc the lilnl (if the fotlirr'a hrnrl. Iltr tiny nna lirlrf, lint rr .lint j rlrrclny rr full nf imrponr. Tim Ural unfnlilinRi of Iht rlillillsh nntiirr were fragrant with tlir lirnith of llravrn. She knrvv .Trans lirforr alir knew the world; Irnrnril to lisp III niinir with thr tlnvvn luff of lirr third jrnr. rilic vvn. ilitlnrly (im-orlou- . of purr lovr. HerniiKrl volcr Mini; 1n nvvrrl ntriilna nf hrnvrnly hong, llrr trmlrr lirnrt lirrnthrcl nut, In rhllilish Iniioccnre nml slinplr fnltli. the Jtrnyrr: "(iml blesa tnaniiim mill Mipn," Hint "Dear Iiul, make jwpii to br 1 inrn(r llrr tiny tirnttlril Hie In lirr fifth uimmrr tlir tiny tut wn stricken with n fntnl Illness. At tlir brtlslilr, ft ronatnnl, iinxliiti wntrhrr, Mt lirr nml hlontnl fnthrr. Tlmt rhilil hnil hern nn iuijrl nf iiirrcy to him. Jinny timer, the hnil piloted him from tlir drink dm to hln home, when the drink ilr.iuuu had rendered A CON8TANT, ANXIOUS WATCHKll. him told of rrnMin nml even lirntr In atlnrt. Timr upon time hrn the "hell firm" of passion I ii tin in liy rum Irnprd nut to devour nil tlmt vvn Mirreil nml dear In thr home rlrrlr the hnil thrown herself In thr very hrnrt of thr burn Inj;, never fnlllnp to nllny It. Thui, by the limbic Influence nf her loilnp to lrnd him nway frnni dnnprr nml Into the accurlly of n Saviour's love, hr had thrrndnl n pnrt of hrrown bring Into thr very hrnrt-llf- r of that reckless, tMllrrn fat lirr. Now r. tic Man nbnut to Irave him. llrr going mrnnt to him n los of nil thnt vvnn north rmllijj; the win hl "licUer. rrlf." There hr Mt undrr tire ttrrihof a that drove hrnrt pimps more l. Iff ply than hr hnil r vcr before f The fountain thnt hud been enled for year were brokrn ojH-n-, nn J those c)rn were flooded ef-fum Xpert-rncnrum-lilcar- trembling llj iihjii thosr purer onr that vv ere ulrendy touched with the chill of drnth. Hot tenrs gushed from hi ryes nnd broke iimmi the le, illmple.l cheek of hi dying child. In n fnlnt yet dlstllirt whisper the child used hrr Inst earthly breath In prrsslug iion Hip mind of her fnthrr this senrchlng In rjiilry: "l'npn, denr, whnt shall I tell Jrsu when I see. Illm. Viiuso you (to not loir nnd serve IlltuV" Tlmt tiny form now rest In the silent tomb, while flic child dwells In mansion on high. h eurth'ktny wan brief, but It frultngp nliiiiidaiit. The fnthrr. n redeemed, trnusformcd drunkard, now thing n life of great usrfiilnes In the Alnter' service. Is n most beautiful monument to the child's memory. liev. C. V. ltccnrd, In Wntihuord. 11 moved nml the fnthrr drtw ncurcr. "1'npn," the Mid, "I mil going home to Hem en now; if you hnve no whisky brruth, come to me and kiwi me good-by.- " Thr futhrr stixiprd nml pressed hi Up with tears. The child' No one can know, nn he who hn iuf fercd from It, the dreadful experience of u ilruiiknrd's life. The morning pa prp In u brief paragraph, oyn the In terlor, khowed the terrible tragedy of drink when It told of the llrcuian who wuk thrown from hi truck unil fearfully Injured, "doing tit fullupccdiuound o'corncr upon u pined Mrcct, the hook nml ladder departim nt made some balk und wo i thrown. The firciunn who had been seated Uxn the top, holding to Kiiit lis Terrors. the brake, won hurled against thecurb-In- g with mieh force lh.it the Ikiiics of his leg broke, nnd protruded through the flrkli, ''1'he eotnpanloiiK who picked him up ttirrlcd him to the neiirest phur mney, nnd with their own notion of 'firat tild fo the Injund' proceeded to flit him up with the bin! brnndy. Hut to their iiirprlse hi llpii were set with n flrmnes thnt excluded f very iVop; nnd thru It wa re memberrd that tic hud once been n drinking man nnd wnt now reformed. To hi mind, tortured n he wo by jrnln. n broken leg wn nothing to nn open bottle. No pfrumilon could Indue him to tnte the liquor that wiih brought, not even to uceept nnae thf t lc: nnd he bore the netting of the broken bonf without Ulinuhwtn or ?plate, rather than Incur the lightft risk of a ni.ipf from ubtlnence. How much that pfnki for hi flrmnm nnd the tf rror InipIreJ by pat fxpsrlence ofdrluk." Wlue I simply n mixture of nlcohrl Iflprrlsllr Ailnptn! from reloubet'a Notes.) UULHKN TIIXT.-Coand let us rennd water, with mine llnvnrlug sub turn unto Ilia tord. Ilo. stance ndded. The proportion nf nlco-ho- i Ill: At) the whole book of llo.es. IM.ACi: IN ItlllLi: IIIHTOHY -- 2 Kings. I sonirtlmrs an low nn pirn bt 17; Chron., Clup. M. 71, S. right er cent., nnd ngnln at high n. Z Chap. It.. It, CONTKMPOHAItV PHOI'linTH.-Amo- a. per rent. lltlonRlnir to JuJsh. hut prophesying In Cnn blood be mnde from nlcohoW lsrJ. Isaiah. l'ropheinR In JimUIi HKCULAIt IIIHTUIir.-Durl- ne Thl I n very lniMirtnnt ipiestlon, nnd ministry authentic history lirxan Inlloseai (licrrt one nu which thrre I n grenl dhrmllj with the Ulymptsds, II. C TTfi. Home wai nf opinion. I'nrnrelsn llrst inndp list foundcil It. C. 74. Assyria was the domiof purp nlrohol for the prepnrntlon ol nant, overshadowing powrrtlurln Homs'i hi elixir i line. Thousand of plnsl life, andthwas the Inslriimrnt of the execuUlvlna warning. tion of elnn tinlay rrrominrnd thnt. tuothrtf, KXI'IANATOItY. luinllds nml other feeble persons drink The Mission of the 1'rophct llosen. wine nml berr, with the Iden thnt Hicm Ilosen hnd fnllcn ii jkjii evil times, nml liquor tnnke blood, IVrhnp thl no hi mission vvn to make them liettcr. Hon grrw out nf the similarity In coll Like Tllsha nt the bitter fountnln ol of wine nml blood; nt nny rate. It I tl, Jericho, lie was to cast the salt of rightwines that nre largely consumed fo. eousness Into the polluted social nnd rrd till purMise. religious fountnln of Israel's life, nnd Hut wine rnnnot tnnke blood; wlnt restore the waters to health. Tlir Intrrferf with tlir bloodnuiktng proc 1'rophct Amos preceded Ilosen. Ills ps. To be coinert i d Into blood, a sub message was ono of denunciation ol stance must contain sonic of the prop sin, of "Woe unto you," of punishment, prtlr of blood. Winrdors. not rrsembl' of warning. It was of Divine Justice blood; It I diluted ntcohol. Ilenre II The 1'rophct Hosua follows him with ennnnt be converted Into something k. n new motive, the mightiest that can radically different, from Itself ni Ito brought to bear upon the heart ol IiIimmI la. innn the lovii cf fjod, the deepest, ten IIIcmmI Is Just n much flesh n nnj dcrest, strongest love possible. "Tc U llrpild other part of the Ixxly; It Amos' proposition 'God Is Justice,' IloIt Is liquid flesh; It I n vitalized sen mid, '(5od is Iove.' " fluid, nnd I ns much nllvc n the brnln I. Hosen's l'crsonnl Hxpcrlencc Mnkci or n nerve. Illm a Living, Visible Sermon on the Alcohol I lifrtrss, consequently It Tower of Lovo to Conquer Sin. Chnps. cannot be chnnged Into blood. Nothing but good food fruit, grains nnd II. Hosen's Appeals nnd Warnings. nut cnn tnnke pure blood. These Chnps. He shows how the people food lieconip blood through digestion. nre decaying morally, nnd ns a natural Let u test it: Suppose n man call result kj11 Icnlly. brrnd, npplr nnd iotntorH one day, III. A Vision of the Tast. Clinp. 11. nnd the next day joii examine him; The warnings nnd woes ngnlnst sin are none, of these you find substance. Interrupted by two visions; one of the 'I hey have been dlssolvrd, converted past, chap. 11, and one of future into Mood nml organized Into tissue. bilitles, chap. 14. On the other hand. If von should disIV. The Vision of Hope. 11:1-0- . sect thl man, and discover brrnd, nw Kirst. The Trophct'n Appcnl (vs. 1,3). pic nnd H)tntors In hi miitvlc, vou V. 1. "Itcturn:" like the prodignl win, would rightly conclude th.it that food niter his bitter experiences, unto the had not made blood nnd tissue. lord thy Cod:" whose child you nre, Thl I prrclsrly whnt happens when to whom you owe nllcglnnce, gratitude, alcohol I tnkrn into the nvstrm. love, obedience. "Tor thou hast fallen of men who have drunk nl by thine Iniquity:" Agnin like the hnvp mealed the liquor In the prodigal son. They hnd found "what eoliol brnln, lhrr und miisclrs; Indeed, the nn c II and bitter tiling" It Is to forsake whole body was saturated with nlcolinl Jchovnh their God (Jcr. 2:19). V. 2. nm onge with wntcr. The poison has "Take with ou words:" Kxpress vout been delected In the perspiration nnd feeling of repentnnce; make public In the secretion of the khliievs. lly confession of sin, so thnt your penitence distilling the breath nf such persons It may oo known as widely as the sin; tin been imssihlp to obtain the nlrohol put your vows nml promises on record; ngnln. Si alcohol doe not make blood as It were, sign a pledge. Such thiugt nnd tissue. are the natural accompunlmcntaof true Another nnturnl ipiestlon Is: Can it repentance. "And turn:" II. V., reIn any othrr wny for the benefit turn, to the Lord. This Is be used the new birth of the iMidy? Invrstigntion luite an- of John 3:3, 5. It is, and always has swered thl In the negatlvp. We huve been, the essential condition of salin devised nn Instrument by which we Hon. ran determine Just how long It tnkrn n Second. The Penitent' I'rnyer nnd tnnn to see, nnd experiments with it Confession (vs. 2, 3). "Tnkc nwny nil have shown thnt it tnkrn n person Iniquity. Ily free forgiveness, nnd by longer to sre the letter A, forlnstnnce, taking nwny the sinful nature. "So nftcr taking alcohol than before. Not will we render the cnlvcs of our Hps: only doc alcohol render n innn'n sight The enlves, or bullocks, were the largci Irs kern, but it rrtnrdt nil hi other sacrifices of their ritual. Their vows, sensibilities. their praises, their expressions of love, We hnve experimented to find out the their confessions and promises were efTccl of liquor on digestion, by giving their true offerings to God. Compare n young man n trst breakfast to whtel, Isa.5S:5-ll- . V.,3. "Assur, Assyria, shall four (inner of simple elnrrt of wine not nave us:" They will no longcrturn hnd been added. As n consequence, lib to Assyria for help, ns they hnd done reenid vvn down In the "hypo" terrl before (3:13; 7:11; 6:9). "Tor In thee tory. Thrn he was given two ounces the fatherless:" ol of brnndy with hi test breakfast, and chnps. 1 nnd2,"flndcthmercy:" (Com the record showed almost n pepsin, ot paro John 14:18). I will not leave you no digestion whntever. This ngrecs "comiortlpss," Greek, "orphan. with the experiment of Kir William Third, 'he Lord Speaks In Ilcplv (vs. Itobcrts, nn eminent I'ngllsh physioloV. 3. "I will be as d"cw:" gist. He put food Into u test tube nnd Itathcr, ns the night mist, the p., the 1. ndded u little hydrochloric acid nnd masses of vaor brought by the epln, making nn artificial gastric westerly vvlntla of summer. The dntnp juice. Next he tried nlrohol with the effects of the sirocco nre often baleful felt test breakfast, also ten nnd colTcc nml I'nlesline during the rainless heat in of various allied uhlniicc. Hi conclusummer, but by the beautiful provi sion vvn that alcohol certainly doc in- lion of night-mis- t all hnrdy forms ol terfere with digestion-.- (iood Health. vegetable Ufa ure preserved, Cam bridge Illblc. "Grow:" blossom, "as FACTS AND REASON. the lily:" In glorious bratitv nnd pro' fusion. V. C. Whnt n beautiful picture We nre right no farther than we dart tills Is of the kingdom of God on earth to do right. Lever. the ideal which every Christian church A draft of the wntcr nf life Is the he's should seek to realize more fully. liquor cure.Knm'n Horn. Tourth. The Prophet Pictures Isroel I.lfr I n enniialgn, not u battle, nnd lliiler tlio 1 n I II I nun t of this Promise. V. 7. "They tlmt dwell under his, ha It defeats a well ns It victories. Ureal', shadow:" The people of National Advocate. InteuiHTiincc In mi uceurhrd thing rncl. "Shall return:" lievlvi ns the It degrades thr mind. It demornliei! bam branches revive in the springtime. the whole moral being, nml, if not re- Minll grow, blossom, "ns the vine: Hcnutiful nnd fruitful. nounced, means everlasting ruin. The hick of courage of attack nnd 8. Tilth. Hcpcntnnt Israel Speaks. V. "Whnt have 1 to do any more with elenn-cu- t decision of purpose nml obmany n Idols?'' Israel renounces idols forever, be re.icbcd, ject to Sixth. The Lord ItespomlK. "I have young man from the start. - Men. heard (nnswercd) him, and observed There nre over 800 brand of wine pro- him:" nnd will regard him. The Lord duced in Trance, but more wine li nccepts Israel's repentance, nnd will drunk In Hugliind than In Trance, and tnko him under Ills care. London Ik the greatest wine market In Seventh, licpcutnnt Israel rejoices In the world. the result, "I nm like n green fir tree may be culled "Evidently thluklngof the splendid for (Jreiit mornl courage forth by very amnll duties. It some-Hu- csts of Lebanon. Cheyne. require more moral courage ta KIghtli. The Lord replies In words of sweep u room without neglecting the IxJth hope nnd warning. "From Me is corner than to take u city, HaptUt thy fruit found:" All these blessings .Standard. coma from the Lord, ns the life nnd Due of the member of the Massafruit of u tree conies from the enrth in reiMMird of pharmacy chusetts nnd nlr. So In John IS, the frnlt on the of branch comes from the vine. ported to have mild that the snlri liquor In drug store bale decreased CO Mine 1'rrlrrl Hut Christ. per rent, since the board bus certified Ho who boasts of being perfect Is to the Utiles of applicants" for drugperfect in folly. I never saw n perfect gist.' license. Almost, without exception, nil great man. Kvcry rose hns Its thorns Nnd Inmloii physicians nnd nil great Mir every day Its night. I.'vcn the sun geonn nre In favor of total abstinence. shows spots, and thebklcsarvdarkenrd Some MirgcoiiH will not undertake to with clouds. And faults of soino kind perform oihtiiiIohh upon persons who nestle in every bosom. Spurgeon. Huston Cunarralulatra llrrarll. hnve bcctuiddictcd to drink; lliey vnlut lloston congratulates itself on their rcnutatlons too highlyi to risk marked decrease In drunkenness dur failure. ing the last thrco years. In 1B90 there !lallu)'',Car. 'rrinprrnnrr v were 20,450 nrrcsts for this otfensc. In 1697 thu number declined to 19,11;, and There Ik one prtvute railway car tide of which thrre never any liquor. iu 1S9S to 10,n:'s. The probation system That l the ear of (ienrrul Manuger Is working well. Steven, of the Chesapeake A Ohio. Mr. liuiiit llulr. ui Stevens Is not what I iikually called n Christian people should be slow mperanee man, but he la so opposed about adding to their list of Ilcatitudrs tf to drinking thnt he will notnpprovrn the modern one which rends: "lllrssed bill for supplies purchatrd at a (tort nre those who row with the st renin, that handlra liquor In any form. Or for they shall get vhat they want." Uoiton natch man. me, tlx-su- poi F.thltilta nl i There will he a Uree exhibit from thl . country st the Paris eipositinn In Clarrnrr Wn Week nn "pelllng aa4 much win prove very interesting to an wno stir HrnnKlit It I'p In may attend, hut no more to than the newt llril Ink. that the famous American remedy. Hosteller's Stomach Hitters, will nnsitivrlv cure d)Spruia, indigrstinn, constipation, "Oh. Kleinor. I am tn clad to find To all suite rers of 1 went here tip to lour limitp, and jour nrss and nervousness. mother said vou had cnnie litre to lie fitted. the above complaints a trial is rrcomtntniV assurance that when honistly and as Llpanor grnsiKil the speskrt'a hand nl, with the I lie dreomakrr frovviird, fnrslieilidn t want ued a cure will be effected. It also tones up the entire system. lie nt of tiir new gun n intcririni Willi. " el . Wsisv. ssiil l.lrnnur. "I am glad. I see by yonrejra that you've some- Ino, for Would lie Had Farm. llnnjt to tell me. "No real gentleman, Mr. Hopkins, would l rs. mis morning I went ovrr 10 see ever have Ins" photograph tskrit in a dress Kit. and I ran un to her room, ai we auit." always ft, ion know." "What do J on mean, Miss Simpkint?" arntrd l.lranor. "In older to do to l.e would hare to wear Anil the was rrvini. All around her fcn it In dayligl.t."-T- lic Kival. 'lie floor werp letters, and nn the hfil more letter. I said: Wit icy. Kit, vvhat'a the Ilo Yonr Keel Arhr and rtarnT matter? I.vrrv now ni d thrn the would Hhakn Into your shoes, Allen's make a vinous jab nt a letter and appear to a powder for tho feet- - li maROstigiiioriNcw be riling. Knsr. Cures Corns. Ilunlons, Oh. D.il.vl I nm ahnoit wildl I m so Hlioc feelHot, (Pilous, Sore, and Hvvratlng Kivollcn, liuy.' Feet. All Dnicglsls und Hlioe Htnre sell I akeil. "What are ynu lining! know It, SV. Sample sent FKKK " 'Well.' said Kit. 'vou Clarrnrr and Allen 8. Olmstcl, la Roy, N. Y, I have had a uilarrrl- - and I'm clad of it' slip rnhhed the cUdd(t kind of a and hrrc far Ilnrk. ol "and and lie sent all my letters back Greene -- What a faraway look that poet and the silvrr honknink nnd the lovelr I save hun vlth his name engraved on pipe De Witt Yet; he's thinking of his last Daisy! I ran't lire any of them it and-o- h, how ran so Tin petting his letters meal. Cleveland Leader. ready to return. Tin I'm correcting them.' and then she laughed and made another Jab Thr neat Prescription for Chills. with her pen. nnd Fovcr Is a bottle of Quote's Tastkum i orreding them; l gasped. Chill Torcia It I simply Iron sndnulnlnnla " 'Ve correcting tlicm. You knowCIar- tasteless form. No cure no pay. Prloe.Mc enre Is a terrible speller, so I have gone over red ink and made him sec that rath letter in We believe, in spite of statistics, that itwas fntrntionat. Humph' I'll hct lie won't more girls kill thcm-clv- c eating pickles tell another man he broke it ofl!' than kill themselves skipping rope. Detroit I eouldn t lie n mistime, hut wssn I it a Journal. fine revenge!" Ixindon You do not have to dry goods in the shade colored with l'utnam rude ess uyes. iney GOLFING AND CYCLING. are fast to sunlight and washing. 10c per package. These two great spurts go hand in Some people are like clocks; they show by hnnd. The links arc perforce situated sort of a time they are at some distance from town, and tlu their faces whatDays. having. Golden easiest and quickest way to reach them Is with the bicycle. golf good links I cinnot speak too highly of Piso's Cure are needed; for cycling tiooii j.oaus. for Consumption. Mrs. Frank Mobbs, 215 . oi., .ew iork, uci. a( isim. (lolf links can be made anywhere by . digging holes, and making artificial Laziness makes all tasks seem hard; In. On Long Island Nature has dustry makes them seem light. L. A. W, barriers. been particularly kind. Its North llullctin. Shore is all lolling country, In many Hall's Cnlarrh Car places glacial action ha formed hills Internally. Price 75c. anil hollows of perfect delight to the Is takes followers of this sjKirt. The level nnd Money is an uncertain quantity; it's to beautiful ocean shore is broken In changeable uolden JJajs. many places by rolling hills covered witli grass nnd shrubs which go to make up links so close to the Scottish ideals that nil who have played in the old country nre struck nt once by their wonderful' fitness for the sport, nnd ndded to this the fact that the cool South lircee comes up every day throughout the Summer from neross the ocenn anil brlngn with it u bracing nnd exhilaration that nothing else can glvp. Nowhere but on Long Island do these condition exist. It is unique in this nt it I in Its varied scenery nnd Its unsurpassed nttractions in every line. The roads nre good nml mnny beautiful side paths nnd cycle paths wind through the woods. The tour nrnund the Island which cnn be made An Combination. In three days Is most enjoyable, nnd a The pleasant method and beneficial week tnken to the tripcan Ik filled very effects oi t'-- c well known remedy, full of pleasure. The camera should fsTliui- - or Flos, mcnufocturcd by the not be left nt home, us the scenery is California Fio Sviiup Co.. illustrate constantly changing, nml its beauties the value of obtaining the liquid laxaarc well worth preserving for future tive principles of plants known to be medicinally laxative nnd presenting enjoyment. I them in tho form most ref resiling to the ! taste and acceptable to the system. It Grnlns. Is tlio one perfect strengthening laxa"How it it Wilkin over there looks so tive, cleansing the svstem cffectcally, cool when ever) thing else I sweltering!" dispelling colds, headaches and fevers "Ah, Wilkins is .mart. Do you sec those old papers lie is reading? Well, they contain gently yet promptly and enabling ono the account of TebriMry's bliizard. Kvcry to overcome habitual constipation pertime Wilkins begins to feel the Iest bit manently. Its perfect freedom from every objectionable quality and subwarm tic reads about the twenty-somzero and shivers. His scheme i cooler stance, and its acting on the kidneys, than fans and cheaper than ice. Chicago liver and bowels, without weakening A SWEET REVENGE. U4-- 3, rati. Grcaff Tammany Leader. (The Catarrh of Summer. r. Toot-Kns- v -- ('--a- nd Tit-liit- Congressman Amos J. Cummlngs. New York, Oct. 11th, 1898. Drug M'f'g Co., Columbus, O. Is good for ca Gentlemen tarrh. I have tried it and know It. It relieved me immensely on my trip to Cuba, and 1 always have a bottle In reserve. Slnrc my return I have not suffered ftom catnrrh, but If I do I shall again. Meantime you use might send me another bottle. Yours, Amos 9. Cuiumings, M. C. Summer catnrrh assumes various forms. It produces dyspepsia and bowel complaint. It causes biliousness and diseases of the liver. It deranges a n n the kidneys and bladder. Summer catarrh may derange the whole nervous system, when it Is known to the medical profession as a systemic catarrh. is a specific for all these forms of a catarrh, never disappoint. Address Dr. Hnrtmnn, Columbus, Ohio, for a free book on summcr.catnrrh. Pe-ru-- Sour Stomach ta try CABCA Altar I was l4a RETS). I will Defer tw wllbont tbtm la the bon. My llctr wit la a very bad ship, and my btal takubd oa I badI stomacb IroofeU. Now, sloes atasr Una. lly wife bat also ing Cisciril. tbtm wllb Dsns Belli result! (or soar itotnscb." Jos. KBtnuxa, 1331 Cooircu su. tu Louis, Ilo. tl W CANDY CATHARTIC rsADi sum snjonsiw Tattt Good. Do ritisint. PiUtibls, rxenl. Gripe. 10c BcaDo. Ttr Sicken. VreaXn.or ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... ftltrllaf Uimij tmnfj, fklMt Mrvl, Rtv Ttft. Ill Good, Sold and rnsrsnteed by att drag-glsu- io ct'KK Tobacco IliblC (WWiYiYiWiYiYiYi Excellent Oklahoma r rec s I 1 uiicrs upuicni Opportunities j. m Its e Kvcning News. The most polite man in four counties has He is (Iroige A. Tracy, been discovered. the milk dealer. When you call on Mr. Tracy he takes you down' cellar ami seats roil in a chair in noni oi a lurrei oi cuier. arrange inriit, Then he starts a siphon-liktherider flow nig in an amber st leant iliiough s small hoe. Mr. Tracy then plares the business end nf the hoc inynur mouth and goes away. Willimantic Weekly Journal. e Tlir Top li f Politeness. I or irritating them, make it the ideal laxative. In the process of manufacturing figs nre used, as they are pleasant to tho taste, but the medicinal qualities of tho remedy arc obtained from senna and other aromatic plants, by a method known to the California Fio Stbup Co. onlv. In order to pet Its beneficial effects and to avoid Imitations, plcMM rcmcmbcrthc lull name oi tneiximpany printed on the front of every package. To Ihoee who desire new lands and homes; also unsurpassed chances (or industrial iitaeslrneata by capitalists and maaaiacturers. Farm Products in item include 25,000,000 bushels of wheat, IWM bales of cotton, and millions t dollars worth of other grains,! ruils,eto fiend for free copy of pamphlrt entitled "The Truth Aboat Oklahoma." At stated timea low rate are told via Santa Fa Kouta to Oklahoma. Homeseekers' Excursion ticket. lb Address Oentral AUhlaoa, TtfMka fuiiiitr one, SaaU fa laltwar. "BIG FOUR" "Tlie Sea Level Route" TO as up. Drift: it is iut as pleasant down the rirer Atchison lilouc. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. BAN JTIANCISCO. CAI NEW YORK. Jf. Y. LOUI8VTLI.. XT. For sale by all Druggists. Price SOc per bottle. Jfrom 9ffrs, Suntor to 9ffrs, tPinkham iLSTIta TO Insured Chain Troubles The "poller" Is a "VrmtttV and MIS. riSKUAU mo. rrfjiil luim-Mrin- g CLINTON CHAIN WORKS, "Ono yenr ngo lat Juno three doc- - , tors gave mo up to ilio, anil ns I nail nt 14a South Clinton Street, Chicago. different times used your Vcgctablo Compound with good results, I had too i much faith In U to dio mii.H I had tried headers ok this paper desiring to 11uv antti11no ' It ngaln. I was npparcnlly nn invalid, advertise!) in its columns was confined to my bed for ten weeks. hhol'1,1) insist i'pon having (I bcllcvo my trouble was ulceration of WHAT T1IEV ASK ion, ItKKL'Sl.NQ womb). ALL SU1IST1TUTES Oil IMITATIONS. sitlsfactorr ehsln The oalr iceunio rend lor one. delivered FBI. a. rninu'Kiured. on reeelpt mt prlee. Htlte Dumber 0( Hols wldib. wbclhrr am H or 1J centers and CYCLISTS against NEW YORK. for $i.6o DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE. WAGNER SLEEPING CARS. DINING CARS. . K. ISOAI.U, E. 0. MrCOIHICK. President. Pats. Trafflo Uf WARRIX 1. LT5CII, AstL QeaL Pats, k Ticket Alt, of tho Compound nnd using porno of tho T.lror Pills nnd Sanatlvo Wash, nt tho end of tw-months I hnd greatly Improved and Weighed 155 pounds, when I never before weighed over 138. Lydin R. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Is tho licst incdiclnu I ever used, und I recommend It to nil my friends." Mits. A.N.VA Eva OuxTEit, Hiooinsville, Mo. "Aftor taMng four liottlcs LIVE. STOGK GUTS. W CUTS COLLEGE HILL ASSEMBLY, BOOK, at or below quoted prtcet for tama. Coltf jf llllt, U under the dlrtrtlon cf the N. KELLOOO NEWSPAPER CO riltltmfnt, (lack l.riturM oa Ultrsviira, A. lltitory, Sr lencf tn4 Krunnmlci, by frf. P. V F. 333 W. Firth, aiM Cluclnsatttl, o. lliorta. Vrnt. J. 11. lortr. l'iTf. J S. Vta Oefi nl In budding Mil. IniU mnj olhf ri. moi butiful mbwrbof Oh Claflnittl. 1760- A. N. K.- -K of tc of lh Jul? I)cra fr"m a wfk up Opcoi 3u.ddria,l.clvita Auff. 1. Yot clrculir and Infornuiloo TfOEN WUITINO TO ADVCIITUEM that yaa taw tka JLvrUm lessa K. K, At HHKIUr.K, BuilNfM Htmiffn teat la thla Mltr, alntloo O, CINCINNATI. O. lUp't A. t will furnish duplicates of LIVE ITOCf or any OTHER CUT anown In any IPECIMEal Mrs. llarnhart Knjoji Life Dnro More. alck over tdnco my marriage, seven years ngo; hiivu given birth to four "Deaii Mrs. Pixkiiam I had been i children, nnd had two miscarriages. I nad fulling of womb, leucorrlucu, palna In back und legs' dyspepsia and a nervous trembling of tho stomach. Now 1 havo pono of these troubles and can enjoy my life. Your medicine has worked wonders for mo." Mes. 8. lUtwiiAUT. New Cabtlk, Pa. TO LOOK ON THE BRIGHT aajinllAA 0IUB1 Uh 1 niravio aura. aaaa, ak, tmwa j USE SAPOLIO Aids Dajotlen, i 1 RegmiUB Us rjowtu, eethinA TEETH1N6 POWDERS Mates Teetldag Euj. TEtTHlNA RtUerts Bowel Troubk6 of Chlldrea of Aoj Ije. (loata IMI tk ak Teux JsruMUt tottft as Canta, I New Courses COUNTY CORRESPONDENCE at Berea. SPECIAL DEPARTMENTS. THE HOME. THE SCHOOL. - PtpArtmrnt niiel ituclithe nl ilatp of llnr on frttunlrtjr fur thl "iij' Killleil lij- Mm. r.nt Cilllnl l.y Mm K nr. K. Pi TX.VM. Irwlirr III l KilIM fijr ft, (,, MmK, IWrnr nf llnrtlrtil i M. IKwii uf lit' Almost any kind of study at n good Normal Hfitlnifnl IVmi ditlrKi Several persons from this neighbor-how- l Inn. Vllir school i pleasant nml profitable, hut Dory. attended commencement ev The Homo-spuFair, an adjunct Lust week wo considered the part- Duttor Stock get the renl good of ntteiulintr to Mrs. Martha Hall is very low with erciies at Berea, Wednesday, and all of the Betca College Coinmeiicemeut, nership thnt exists between teacher w ,. school one .should take some definite heart trouble. report a delightful tune. isa thing of the pas!. Boom I, Lincoln and parent and some few suggestions With raising sheep and hogs tho course. By a Course we moan a ot "l,H I"11"1' produels of the as to the best way for parents to grading up Is much News has been received here of the Farmers nre badlvbohind with tln'ir n f fit(1u ivhieli lino boon irmiitioil inom rapid tliitn shooting of John Harrison on Mou KK),n- - Several of the counterpanes help the teacher as he tries to teach with horses and cattle, as they breed u'"rk nt thi Vhwtogether in such a way that each will one being ninety two 1th,. boys and girls what he has so much younger. I know of a Ken- G. D. Murray, who him been ill with day. .June III, near Alcorn. Jackson M,,v help the others. Besides this, the per-- ! to. lie was passing along the public jears out. vwnio tneso are wry learned, tins week we shall haven tuck neighborhood and not in the son who takes n course of study gets fever, is improving. ,)MmmI and show that their owneis few more thought! on the same line. "Blue Grass", either, where blocky enough togivo him a somewhat coin- Robert McCollum is working in the road when some unknown ticrson II red on him from the woods. He received ,"m' treasured them, we nr anxious All the toache.s have to attend a black (Kirkers can bo sts-i- t In the plete preparation for n calling in life, iuteients of the H. S. H. C. ' "pinning wheels and teachers' institute each year, where whhIs or sunning themselves in tho seventeen buck-sho- t in the leg and ,0 K'eP Berea College odors several new' Mr. Lon Clark gave the young folks The girls of this gen- - good instructors give them tho bene fenco corners on nearly every farm, hip. It is thought that ho will recover. 00,'' llt eoursen tho coming year and parents .,rtr Saturday night. Ho is the man who killed Joe Flinna rration must not lose that delicacy of lit of their experience and tsliication, They do not looks bit like will wish to study u'wu the question the rail Wo are glad to welcome The Citi- few years ago. touch that our grandmothers cultivat and by a few day's study together try splitters ami razor-back- s Atxix Bakuu. of where their children shall bo placed zen in that can be , send it our best our homes, and ed at tho spinning-wheeland which to spread now ideas and methods found without much in the school. For those who have other wishes. gae them equal delicacy of touch us which will bettor the schools all over neighlwrhoods. Thishunting, in to the is all duo not yet completed the common they handled the harpsichord. Next the State. Now this is a good Hev. A. I). Collins preached to a Conway. thing enterprise of one man who has Mrsist-fo- r branches, like Arithmetic and Geogyear we shall olTer no premiums for largo audience last Sunday at .xew tho leacherft and good for the ed in bringing in good Poland China Mat Colfey has Ikhmi very low with raphy, that is thoso who are not suffever for about six weeks, but is slow- articles which have not been made schools, mi why would it not boa good "dock and has taught his neighbors ficiently advanced to pass an ordinary Prospect Church. during the year. Linen for dresses thing for all parties concerned if There was a large crowd at fills' ly getting better now. par to appreciate its value. These hogs teachers' examination, Berea oilers ...... I I U'nu ltl i frt n iKtttintiil entsns well as teachers, should meet, make their owners lietter meat iu a Branch Church last Sunday, services I ar.nersiu tins locality are rather two things ,, n,, N C0I(, (m at least once a term, and discuss their shorter time and when there area few 1. Work in tho Model Schools conducted by Kev. R. G. Murray. , disheartened at the prospect of acorn ..t.i ... . i 'V schools, and devise menus of helping "ell, as there always should be, Messrs. R. G. Ball, James Murray, ,r0p this year, while oats and wheat Z which will enable them in the quick, m m spun woolen i loth. w o plead them. If it were done, parents would tho buyers are anxious to get est and most thorough way to com-- and Leander Chestnut contemplate are very promising. them at have more iulemst iu something which abetter prim tliMi iioo'r stock will plete these commcyi branches. starting for Leslie County in a few Mr. G. . bhockley has been liar- bilious young people .seeking a Year's hIioiiIiJ lie of gre.it interest to all II... I IN 111' 2. Work in the Trade Schools days to buy sheep, vesting wheat near Wildie this week. schooling nt Berea Colloi-wi mm in' rMiii WOIIIU Do where they will give half their time nimirr niUMI II1UKH Um tlllMtlkO I Mrs. James Hnwlings and her lfiirmwir(uM...t ...L.-.L.. .r. h"ofsup.H.sing a sire of half or thr,,' to school htudicH and half their time daughter, Miss Bessie, of Burning that neighborhood (his ear. " I1""'' thesohiK)!. quarters blood, if he is a Miinv ihnr to.souie trade or industry. Twenty-- Springs, are visiting friends in Madi- .. i. ni, hi, f lh,.!XBl,,uof ine uapie--t people ol caltolil n. Another wav in which parents can animal, is worth just as much to im tt,i,ii-ii- . four boys can be received next tall to son and Garrard Counties. Cane have ju.t completed a church-- ; ''"l'ting the m;1h,.Is otlen prou- - their herds with as a pure-breA telling feature of the Home Six 'J'.!'1 spun begin a course iu Carpentry. G I). Ml' it RAT. house near the cemetery, and are car Fair wns IoolI, ' TI,iM """r-ryini1H)en(ll0nmi(1 il m' boys can bo received to learn the II o on a very successful Sunday-- , , Vrry ,,, , of w Twenty-fou- r 1ltr!lc,im girls printer's trade. Pf Rev. !l,,ndr.c,o. h their j with great skill, school... . she proved to tho ad I'est school they can get. ami in one nhHHS to stamp u,k,.. his olTsping his can bo received for instruction iu Clover Bottom. pastor lor tins . may see what the Trusts'M own good qualities, with surenexs and niiring crowds tliat she uai mistress nit y household industries, sewing, cooking, Much success to The Citizen'. may never so., or sis'ing. may never wtniiity. Hev. Williams is conducting a sing- - uf tho shuttle. Hero is where "blood will In these Trade Schools students etc. The fruit crop is good hero this year. ingschoolat Sea iTold Cane, and has f,,r 'f '"' For lack of space, we shall this week '"auVwIici. re generations of will be expected to continue two years, vol get a real irood Kood Miss Blanche Tyler, of Nurseries. twenty subscribers. Visitors are wel- - be obliged t o L'ive merelv the num., ti..li,.r. m... ul. Im,,. t I stock back of him tin.., ml.l t.. l. and at the end of that time they may D. M. Click. come to come and take part with of those to whom award's were made. who is steadily improving, be careful Hie certaintv, while had blood will hope to earn at least twice as much as Va.. is visiting with Many people from this place attend- - them. The people of that locality but promise a complete list of all en- to keep him just as long as Msil,!t.. ,.ro,, ollt ti, ,., of ,rmI thev could earn at the beginning for tries next week The judges were g?I:r!;:i!i,n- w iinakilhxl lnbor. There is a L'reat ami el coiiuneiicen.ent at Berea, June '1. are greatly pleased with the results. : P. M. Lamdekt. Mrs. Lou Hanson. Mrs. Anna Fa v. hut UM. must prevent it lKK growing demand for good carpenters, and reported a good time. by working Mis. Morgan Rhu.sov, of Bonn, Mrs. up a tiititiuiil in fnmr of kts.piug g'HxI. pure bnsl sire often costs dres-inakerWildio. Mr. Carter Moore will teach at cooks, and matrons,, jour teacher jnt as long as he con more than anv one fanner is able to Miss Anna BraiiHiuau is s'lendiug Anileion of Jiu kson County. and the opportunity to prepare our Clover Bottom, this fall. Heisngood tint..", to ''"1'r.m. No merchant unest hut if seveml will The following was their verdict-Homgo in together children for these callings ought not teacher and we wish him a pleasant U feiv days in lierea. or farmer wwild think of turning olT , , spun Blankets, Nt, ilw . Mrs. a clerk or lnr.sl man when h.. time. ""d the to be passed by. '"' -C.C. Williams of Mt. Vernon was Grace Smith. 2nd, .To. .Mrs. Miirv coining more vuIiimIiIh, and animal owmsl by a utoek company, For those who have fairly complet- Messrs. F. C. Click and C. II. Par- iu town last Thursday. foolish it is for a good teacher to all sharing iu the Itenelit. Clark Whore ed the common branches, Berea oilers K. F. Marluw was in Richmond wl0 nre canvassing for the Linen Cloth, 1st. 51..V). Mrs. Mtuga-re- t tench in a dilferont place each year farmers have biHHime thoroughly con lines of instruction: ver i,eaf Nurseries were iu to attend last Thursdav on business. ' Todd. 2nd. 5.7:.. Mrs Sam Hart. 1. The Normal Course of w'inter'eum,l,onreinent. , .i ... i W' ....i t II... .i:..i Coverlids. Nt. 52(M. Mrs. May Sharp. tin pupils st inly under so many dif rn""" tMW'' better houws "re for three vears, and spring studies D Dauiiertv. of this place, and a ,.1,.,... .v;,i... ,. i ... : o i 2nd.. 5 1. ik I. .Mrs. Sam Hart. ferent teachers that they do not" mh.ih and lmrns buill, newspser subscnl) , which nw a person lor a. ..yiiposuioi. former stmK,)t of erwii (,oos Mr. and Mrs. Ja. Riddle visited the . Hut where isl or, monev to mv the preacher mid 1st, Mr,. Martha to make any pngre as a teacher, ine nrst year ot tlio work and is a friend to All who sillier e family of Win. Haves last week. Uk He.me. 2nd. SI to, Mrs.Thos. Clark. if; ' ia Normal Courso will enable a bright from tooth ache. M. Eva Click. , Mrs. Martha Johnson, of Orlando, Split-bottochairs. It. 5 .50, Wilson ciMirv of tudy, such as is iierseriksl and diligent student to get a first was visiting friends iiere last week. Tynor. iu the State ( 'ourse of study for tin-- ; Williams. class certificate, and such students on Cow Pons, woolen knittisi mittens, graded mvIhkjIs, mid at it isimiili'lioii completing tho course are prepared Quite a crowd from this place at- !Iine-'iiadentered the Major Jones has again 11 '"' " u f.- -lpmotico among as if had aepiir,M 1st. $.:. Mrs K. K. Rvhii. 2nd. the piiHl for a State teacher's examination for store at Jones' Mill. tended the Coiiiuieiit emeiit at Berea. MMithern fanners to run laud in oom soinethiiig. .25 Mri. Maggie Burned. a life certificate. Among the special And if the sclioiI is a erv good till it is utierlv worn out or'VornisI to A traveling show is advertised to June 21. Hoine-iuadwoolen knitted nooks one you can easily see how much .,U.th." featuies of tho Normal "Course at Be- bo here the loth of next month. Lena and Willie Jones lune returnIt is ihen that the (ields get 1st. .5.oO. Mrs. Ii. Ryan. 2nd, 5.2:., Iietter it is for vour son and daughter rea we should mention tho practico r , "'"" i . lsang turmsl out Old Aunt Rhoda Bowman, who has ed home from Bonn whine they !mo to . when thev l.ae lluished tin ciursel' Mrs. Maggie Huriiell. teaching, which is the most practical been attending chool. at Inline and haw gone nwav to 'tlt"", "l ' briars and Ni.ssafras. This been ill for some time, is very low. Home-madNorand costly training ever given in cotton knitted socks, 1st. school. They w ill have an advaiit- ""ft of a rotation forced from the farm-agMr. B. C. Richard-ouan- d Miss Ann Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Parmer have 5 12. K. Rya, 2w. $ .25. Mi Many a student has mal hchools. at the very start thnt will count. r when his land will produce no Stewart left for Cincinnati June '.'2. Mrs. Maggie Burned. o you see how ..n.H.rtnnt it is for said that ho gained more from a been visitiug Mrs. P's parents here. w better than none, but there is where they were married. Home-mad- e The school at Tyner is to be month of practice teaching than from ax handle. 2nd. 5 .25. parents to lielpm liiiilding up a go.x " l,Mjr" . Um worn l,r"1":,,,I" WI,.V nehool. It is the best thing for vo.ir Friends are thiukiugof t akin-,- ' Mrs. taught by John Dyche, a nephew of live years' experience. Thus. .Merrill. children, even if they never go away ""'hind. WIimi manure is put upon W. H. Uraiiainan. who has been Home-inadA second courso for thoso who editor Dycho. 2. win) lei. knife, fork, and lo sehool. nd heie is where parent's the land ode of the most valuable sub low for sometime, to Stanford for spoon, lt,$.iiO. K. G. Taukersloy. have fairly completed thu common The son of Charley Judd, who was very .an do a great thing. Make up vour stances it contains is nitrogen. Now Home made shucks or buckeye hat. brauches is the Course iu Applied seriously injured by a wagon .some medical treatment. L. F. Stewart has returned from' 1st. 5 .50. Miss Mary Carter, 2ml, Science. For young men this is an time ago, is slowly growing strong. s fore them even when they are mute V0"" the air. being about Faristown, Ky where he has been 4s .25, Miss Mary Carter and Miss Agricultural Course, teachiug them R. M. Bradshnw, our countv stipuryoung. It will stick iu'their minds of it, yet plants counot Use nitrogen in M....:.. lumber for the Ciflteri farming, gardening, draining of land, :tt,mte.lt. ,vas i.e,0 Thursdav. ( if measuring and IwforeyfHi know it thv will In this form at all, but it has n found .iiti nt oeiii. Maun LtimhorCo. caro of forests, raising ot mock, to- tweuty-livCounterpanes, lst,?2.(Ji, Mrs. Margate! or "' applicants in the last extl.atago.sl many plants of tho pea Cvntiiia Haye. gether with practical studies like Unit- amination, two received first class cerItUIIl .'till nee III I N j ami i iisin laiuiiy. fir pulse lannly us it ed States History, tho keeping of ac- tificates and nine failed. is calhsl by the IwtaniHt, an able, br counts, and other thiugd which make the action of their roots to prepare niWo are glad to set that the people trogen iu such a form that they can a good citizen and a successful man. of this place have at last begun work use it for their own growth and nlso For the girls this Course in Applied on our cemetory. Our burial leave a good deal in the soil for tho Science is directed towards domestic ground is tho resting place of several Use of ciopa that follow. industries, cooking, sewing, nursing, KildierH Clover is one of the plants of this and many other people who pulse family that has long been known gartleniug. together with drill in those wero dearly beloved in their time, to improve land in this way but it In studies which teach a girl to think, and now that wo see them no more only in receut years that it has come improve tho mind, and make her a ca we ought to respect, their graves. to bo understood how valuable the pable woman. These Courses of Ap- - Part of the lumber for the fence is iliirerent sorts of cow Has mny bo to . tv. .li.., UUlt WU already on the ground, and the work the southern farmer, for the samu IJUCM .JU1UIIUO 'AUI1I.U11UI ptirMse. The cow h bs are a warm two years each. mestic Science--cove- r finish. country crop and should not lie plant;. A third couruu of study forthoso is to bo pressed to a Jas. M. Cosms. ed until all danger of frost is over. who have fairly co.nploted tho com They may lie sown broadcast at the mon branches, is the regular Academy rate of one and n fourth to one ami a Owsley half bushel to tin- acre, cultivating Course, of four years, which fits young iu lightly with a hhoel plow or they Boonovillo people for college, for business, or for be may sown iu drills about two feet life. This course includes mote of Robert Wilson, our pieMUit jailor, apart and then can be cultivated the Mathematics, Sciences, and Lau- - has been sick for a few days, but is lietwcen the rows once or twice before thev get too high. guages, and is desigued forthoso who about well again, No liner feed can be found for a lot can spend a longer time iu study ami Michael C.abbard, of F.versolo, is of glowing pigs than to turn them in those who are looking forward to one visiting Boonovillo at nresent u.i.l IA0IES' HAlt CMAPtl on a uitch of cow peas that me just LINCOIN MAIL of thu learned professions. staying at tho Wilson House. liponing their mx!s. The pork so A VIEW ACROSS OUR CAMPUS BEREA HAS 14 BUIIOINGS. Beyond tho courses above demade is very cheaply produced while Brother Garret Combs, of the Christhe ground is left iu splendid condiscribed, tho College has three College tian Church is conducting a series of tion for the next croh Last fall we courses. tho Classical, Philosophical, meetings iu Owsley with good ro.siilts. Ovor ao toncliers, 7UO stmlout (lioni HtatcH), I O.tMIO boo Uh In tli Library. had two large litters of pigs make and tho Literary. The student who splendid growth on the ripened vines Ii. T. Reynolds, the accomplished completes "one of these coursus will of an aero of pens after the pxl.s had ,.r i i .. ' "'Cy, mumi IU been picked lor seed, having only the For tl.oso NOT suilicluntly uilvaiii eil to get a tencl.er'n certificate: find himself in step with the best 111 UIU0 ul I. Trade Schools : Carpentry, Housework, Printing addition of kitchen slops to keep them two years. H"l' aoul" acholarship of tho world. II. Model Schools, prepuriiiL' for Normal and the advanced courses. iu line growing condition. Wo have said nothing in this brief Cow peas uiso make excellent hay For thoso siilllciently advanced to get n tencber's certlllcate : Wo have a number of Mormon outliue,of Music. Instruction in sing11!. 1' arming ami Agriculture two years. if cut when only tho flint pod are I . riiioniug and stacked iu narrow stacks IJomostic hcienco howinir, Cookiuir. etc. two voarn. ing is given without extra charge to preachora visiting our county at pros-al- l ' " V. Normal Course for teachers preaching wherever they can ' around poles. three yearn, with practico teaching. students at Berea. Lesspns iu tho VI. Academy Courso four years, fitting for College, for busiuess and for life. Tho Clay and Black-ovmake a reed organ, voice culture, piano, and i fc'tit a chance. rauk growth of vines ami are quite Fur thoso more advanced G. B. Reynolds just returned from theory, uro given for a small extra fee. , MI. College. Courses Classical. Philosophical, and Literarv. late. The Whip a brown Adjunct Departments There is a great opportunity for a few Berea with Naiinio and Allort Reyspeckled variety, is earlier and a great producer of pods; the Black is still Mil. Musio Heed Organ, Choral ifroo). Vocal. Piano. Thoorv. onterprisiug young women to' lit them-selve- s nolds, two studentB of Berea College, I wo years' couno in tho caro of tho sick lx- - ,5eroa Geueral Hospital earlier and grows inoto like hush-beanto' give lessons iu music, and contemplates teachiug iu Owsley this uot failing over. Thoso last 1Jeru P1'1. th they will find it more profitable than yar' ctcutioii in reach of all. It ia not a money-makininstitution. Its instruction is a two may be sown broadcast among Ull,m i0, le'P who value education ami will help themselves, and charges a small incidental foo tho com just before teaching school, and it will be an oc -- MiBS Sarah Holcomb, former stu- - fr0 plowing to "lay ' ou.luUi.r. mm uiso puy lor uieir uoaru. Expenses for torm by" and will make'a line growth that cupation that will last the year round dent of Berea Co eiro. ust receive! a X.r i.t'.u" weens; may no orougui wiuim ki, uuoui nail oi wiilcli must Da imiu iu uuvauce. 7 . . . is clear gain. A postal-carwritten : Still another adjunct of the College certincato tn ttmi'li in tills enmit v nml t. 1 10 8C11.001 'a .....I... Uy 15altmls' o ougregat.oualists, Disciples, Methodists, Presbyterians, and good people of to tho Socretary of Agriculture, Wash-Ingto! l.'uulull UVIIVllMHIttlVMUl"'""Hfr1V , M.W UV flHIIIUlin I.. UUIUU, ..rm r. u,.l...... III I.. I f I f '7 VI(i IitO '1 or friendly advice .. is the Berea Ganeral Hospital, whero irV fnp Wnll Pnuib "oil Q..,il,.u " ..Atnn w. ...... W.WU.. w.V H.4 UUIItU.,1 UI I I). C, asking for Farmer's addrea the Vice a few mature young women, can tako Holcomb is an excellent lady and de- Prenident, GEO. T. Bulletin, No. 89, will bring you a little FAIUC1IIM), hh. I)., Ilereu, Ky. serves a school anywhere. booklet, mailed free, that will toll you a two yean courso iu the art or a great doal more about cow naas P. P. Reynolds. 13 I 13, than we have space for. j I'eir-looin- i, lt Clay County. Madison County. Panola. THE FARM. j ,.,,. Rockcastle County. ' 1 1 - o t - - reas.sl 1 i,i,,i good-lookin- ' Jackson County. Ki''l,"' T' g u-ar- z ,rlr rr ,d,rr ..., e eveU'lirelSi s Srff'c;: ' Rag-cart- "a'igX torr: . e '" - e o four-fifth- t cl ln-e- o itii. j 17 i,l i County. BEREA COLLEGE t) '. a loor-will- " '1t I ..l.l d n, 1 FALL TERM OPENS SEP. -- WINTER TERM DEC. 1898