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Digital page images are linked to the text file. lSUBSCRIBE LNN NffNNNNNfNNNN JI THE CITIZEN IublUhed at the office at TIIK CITIZEN Heron Ky lItltml at ItMlofflet at flfrm Ay aI uvonJ dan mdasna- tkrGeneral News Tim SluU encampment of llio 0 A II will Ira hold in Lancaster uuxt Muy 21th and 25111 L J McCormick tho groat reaper manufacturor died in Jhicago rUe con tty Tho Doinocnilio National Conven Ion will bo hold ut Kaunas City July 4th Dr Lajlio K Kooloy inventor of the Koloy Cure for liquor habits died in Loi Angolos Cal recently Prof E It Boyer director of the Chicago Institute of Pedagogy and well known in educational circles died Saturday Copt W T Harris Republican representative from Madison county who has boon ill for sovornl week Itaft recovered HuiHctoritly to resume his duties at Frankfort J M Jjowo of Kansas City claims tho ground on which Lexington Ky U built and has employed an attar hey to look into tho matter prepara tory to bringing suitEx Tho nnlicigarotlo bill which in now Iwfora the Oenornl Assembly of Kentucky is mooting with much on courogeinont and it is said to bo al most certain to pass The bill prohibits the manufacture or salo of cigarottoa in this State AMONG THE COLLEGES By tbwill of William E Oaboru of PitUburg Pa lately deceased Oberlin college will receive tho sum of 10000 to bo used at endowment for tho PrroidoutVi chair Oberliu Review At a recent mooting of mho Centra Collogo Athletic Association n motion was carried directing tho President to appoint a committee who should en deavor to bring tho various colleges of tho State into an agreement de signed to prohibit absolutely ringers from tho intercollegiate athletic con tells Tho basis of such agreement would bo thnt no person should bo allowed to play on his college balm ball team unless he hall been a stu dent of regular standing in that col logo since tho opening of college the preceding fall nnd that no person should bo allowed to play on any col logo football team unless he had been a student of regular standing in that college for a year preceding tho sea son in which ho plays It is to bo hoiHd that this will result successful ly Kentucky Advocate A luili a KTumbl lirkle a Ml Nix Moutxln l flrrwiiMlew Four ileml thP allLx College Items Dr Mayo gave tho Tuesday lecture last night inturvsting all in tho sub ject Examinations at tho close of tho Winter term will occupy Tuesday and Wednesday of next week visitors are welcome but an tho examinations nro chiefly writton little of interest can ho promised Dr A D Mayo of Boston Mass is giving tho normal course of lectures to teachers this week Ho bears tho weight of years with a youthful vigor that makes many a younger man envious Tho lectures at 3JO P M daily are open to ali Tho Closing Exorcises of time Win tor term will ho given next Wed nos day nt 730 P M in tho College Chap el The program is furnished by tho B Rhetorical Class under direction of Prof Dodge with tho assistance of tho Music department All are cor dially invited Tho Spring term is to open Wed nesday morning March M with a prospect of full attendance Most of tho present students will have their work assigned by Tuesday night and several now students aro expected Those who expect to teach next summer cannot spend their time bettor between this and Juno Oth than in re viewing studies at Bores e vA k l5 roJkBlai 23iO CITIZEN I IVOLPERSONAL Itcr std Mn II J Dvrthlck lire the happy parttit nt their lint tiorn which Ii a flue ion who arrived YeLrury cord Jlert Tllu attended let Friday night the iloa llDf cxirrlHeof the tanriutrr folrrrd nchonl of vhlrh Jima Whlt of Itlchomnd principal W I Pinllh who has Junt returned from a viII U In Jarknun and Owriey countleit left this week for Chicago Where expecU to cuftago In mlitlon work fur sump time- ThemMageof K lllli of Houston and Mlu Mary Multlni of llcrca took plnce Widnrn day of Imt week We extend couzralulnlloin and with them umM sal happlnris P I lleynolds why ramu to llvrea with Ida family Loping to carry a rnurm of Rudy hlmivlf this winter hu not IKTII able to toil on acronnl of poor health He luau loran quite III recently hut Is ntoferinjf tow Isaac lluihei of Sturgeon soil MM Mlnnlo Spenoeof our clay were united In marriage a week ego last Tuesday The bride and groom are lash well known to mot of our reader stud all unite In wUhlng them a happy and succens ful life LOCALS Cal ndor Memorandum Pads at tho Printing Offic- ePhotolibrary Paste in G cents jars at Printing Olf ice Big Pad anti fine pencil for 5 cents at the Printtngoflico Wire Photo racks nt tho Printing ollico they uro very fine Deputy Sheriff Preston anti A T Fish were in Richmond Thursday Chapin liras agents for Wuun maker ft Brown have n fins line of spring and summer samplon They can save you money on clothes Tim bruised heads and exhausted muscles of those who fought tho fire so valiantly and successfully aro still iu evidence but essentially repaired- A recital was given by tho Music Department nt tho conservatory last Wednesday afternoon A good pro gram was rendered by tho students Instead of saying last week that JamuH Field of Richmond 0 had visited his nephew Ralph Field horn wo should have said Marshall Field of Riclnvood 0 Aro you restless at night and harassed by a bad cough Uso COUSSENS HONEY OF TAll it will secure you bound sleep and of fect a prompt and radical cure Price 2Rocl 50 conts S E Welch Jr More careful inquiring shows that tho loss all told In tho burning of Ladies Hall barn is not moro than 1000 Tho cause of tho fire was doubtless the coal 011 stove used to prevent tho collar from freezing but just how tho firo was started from the stove will always remain unknown It was apparently goal condition shortly before tho alarm The state mont that u barrel of oil was iu store them is n mistake as none had bluff there for moths Some empty bar rels only wero iu tho barn Tho mombers of Miss Robinsons Trigonometry Class and thoir lady end gentleman friends were highly entertained last Thursday evening by Miss Robinson at her parlor in Ladies Hull Time evening was pleasantly spout in games after which light refreshments were served Tho AnnRIHnnsonEwers C H Burdctte A S Mama P F Shrock M L Spink R II timid Edwin Ember anti Carrel Murphy Tho guests wero Misses Hankins Burr Shultz lloopts Nettie anti Laura Burdctte Miller Rogers Sch vvesingor marl Mr E A Chupiu Academy Exhibition The regular Tuesday night lecture gave place last week to a program rendered by the Academy Students Tho rhetorical teachers of our school nro to bo congratulated on their thorough and successful work during tho past year Not only this entertainment but mushy others rend ered this year have lotto credit to the instructors and to the school Wo would net know where to leave off our congratulating sentiment of tho num bers on tho program so wo only give them as they appeared and say all who wore not there missed u treat A song by tho Academy Chorous opened and closed the program while Isoorallittlo girls also sang a lullaby rendered a vocalsolo W M Masoi and E C Soalo gave orations H Klima and A M Yocum essays R H Field His Historical Sketch E P Duncan and W K Knight debate t r r zzz z Z i zrz ZZz o A PROCLAMATION OFo I ECONOMY for the Fall and WinterISeason in Mens and Boys Stylish M- adeCLOTHING I I WKareprraredto cloth you with the lowCAIprlttd rghly made abolutcly In America IUllhI11made ult h of famous Vitals Brand the only rearlydo wear ClotliltiR Tailored on strictly scientific heals In clean ventilated workrooms Perfect fitting allll wcarmlitlng became the Inside I Vitals the very life of the torment U chrefnlneM in making represents the tllIiwndllure of time and thought and U a derided contrail to the tailoring seen readytowcnr Clothing The Fabrics that we show are the very will be seen this won Many mniie ezclt lvely to 1Iln the fare 1ordinary fact The mo t extrsordlnary eilure combining nur great offer 1lhal tIdo ll our Clothing at ee LESS MONEY ee jki Than etewtaro How cats we afford tonelltuch highgrade Clothing lor leu money thin rtMwbercT oar answer Is pure and flmple Ourn Is a modern lore constructed W- flfc strictly n ItpgresslT jilani our Clothing It add on the smallest margin of profit tW MftWCOVINGTON MITCHELL o RICHMOND KENTUCKY Jf w CS Obituaryip B JOHNSON son of William nUll Francis llooton Johnson wits born in Madison county Ky Octo Fehllrnry201moo 20 daIIrThe deceased was reared on a farm and rewired common school oduca lion At tho ago of twentytwo hoI engaged in tho uierchautilo business at Borea where ho lived until flue your 1891 Sinco that time ho huts turned his attention to farming In July 1873 he was united in marriage to Maggfo JMerrimau of Bloomington 111 Hato of Oarrnrd county Ky To this union wero born the sons James B who died at the ago of five years Joseph E and William B- In 1lrol Mr Johnson became a member of tho Silver Creek Baptist Church removing his membership to the Boron Baptist Church in 1897 sinco which time lio has served as a deacon until his death He was ono of tho principal organizers of this church contributing liberally his money and labor to erect the now church building Tho Berea Masons Lodge received Mr Johnson as n member December 1882 and shortly after tendered him the office of Worshipful Master Ho has sinco hold various offices in title lodge Tho funeral service took placo at tho family residence Wodnesday Uov CL H Palmer otliciating and tho hotly laid to rest in tho Boron Come liiry by the Masonic fraternity Washingtons Birthday The birthday of our George Wash ipgton was appropriately celebrated by tho faculty und students of Berea last Thursday Though tho tiny was cold and disagreeable many hearts wero warmed by patriotism and social gatherings Tho program of tho day took time general order of our holi daysIn tho morning at tho chapel Dr Fairchild introduced Rev H G Tur nor vaster of tho Methodist church of Itiohmond who gave n rousing ad dress on time subject Twentieth Con tury Citizenship Tho truth of tho HtatonionlH of tho speaker was deeply felt and the audience manifested determination to nmko tho Twentieth Century Citizenship a patriotic and Christian citizenship In tho afternoon Miss Robinson with tho aid of mummy of tho teachers rendered most successfully n pro gram for a social gathering Tho weather wing disagreeable outside time blinds woro drawn down the rooms woro decorated in the national and college colors and thou time lamps lighted Everything was cherry and comfortable and all hada good time Tho first part of tho program was devoted to games of many differ out kinds while tho latter part con slated of recitations music otc Mrs Yocum delightfully entertain od the younger students during the afternoon at Phi Delta Hall The day was a success not only in having a pleasant recreation but surely all felt benefited by tho ad dross pf tho day and cheered by the social gatherings f4 ASHAMED OF HIS TEETHI Many men are and yet it is neither painful troublesome or expensive to have those that are possiblo to save put in perfect condition and thoso that are not extracted and replaced by AKTIFICIALTEETH which will do everything required of thorn TR DKVTUJ WORK is second to none in tho city We make Teeth on Plates or Crown and Bridge Work on Gold Our Rubber Plates with Aluminum lining and shaded pink rubber are the most beautiful and lasting that can bo made Wo charge for gold filling 150 for solid gold crowns S550 gold bridge work So50 per tooth 22 carat gold See us before you have your work done All work guaranteed DR V H HOBSON Office Next Door to Postoffice Rich tnond Ky Office open nights The Coming Lecture- It has been remarked that mankind would do very differently ceif their foresight wero as good as their hindsight Wo are continually missing opportunities to enjoy things which would bo profitable as well oven when forewarned On Friday night next will occur the fourth number of time Lyceum Course for tho season It dillerlcntas sizing up with Prof Do Motto ofI his line will give a lecture on city Ho has a largo supply ofal1paratus and his lecture is those who have heard it to bo most brilliant until instructive No ono is so young as not to enjoy an exhibition of this kind No student should boi willing to miss such an opportunity whoa tho price iso low adults 25 conts and childrnif under twelve 15 cents Prof Dodgo has gotten out sonic largo showy bills and those who know how careful and conservative he is in speaking of thoso attractions will feel fiiiro that ho is counting upon this be ing a good entertainment Tho man agement of this coruso has been n benevolent enterprise which should be appreciated It M Burbridge an old citizen of Mt Sterling died last Saturday morning Rev R B Monday student hero has boon recently called as pastor of tho Baptist church at Irvine W H Hopkins has accepted tho position of baker at Joes rosturant in Richmond 4 n I rAN INDEPENDENT ij L WEEKLY J t Stylish Perfect Young and Old sold Intended Accept Other BRIGHT RICHMOND Berea Monument Co The result of good and reasonable prices that we now customers all parts of the State Iften you i Anything the monument line ft and will tend you designs and prices Headstones 600 up to amount Ss and Granite Monuments At prices to times Material and work firstclass JOHN HARWOOD Prop 7500 Berea Ky n WORMSFor 20 Yews Has Lid Worse saves cut xsa n- BOXoD IA Spring Suit ls what you need and can the largest lino of uptodate samples in town Both made meas ure and readymade goods upTrousers Our 12 JDIS Suits can not be beaten We also hats shirts collars and all kinds of fur nishing goods Come and see our samples nprerntlnltaptn S of Mrs Huntings residence JIC MORGAN Dental SurgeryOffice Hours 3 AM I tot jr National Bank Building Richmond Ky- G2S00 ATTENTION MILL MEN TRY our Small Dimension and Ticket Stills cuttlDR Lath Picket Chair and other Small Dliuvntlon Stork from round block Send 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Jean 1lnot points out that tit the erd of the last century French was the language sinken by the largest number of civilized people whereas it now stands fourth Kngllsh is spoken by 110000000 Illin ium by 85000000 ionium by SOOOO 000 and French by SS000000 There Is a peculiar sect known as Zionists in Ontario Canada The car dlnal doctrine of their creed Is that hogs are possessed by devils and should be killed The Zionist farmers In some instances have jolucd togeth er driven all their hogs into one place and there killed them in no instance allowing any of the meat to be used as food A raining company at Marquette Mich has discovered that rats are the best and cheapest underground scavengers Before the men go to work in its new shaft it wants to have at least the nucleus of a colony of rats in the pit so that the scraps and fragments of the miners dinners which are thown about underground may be disposed of The editorial law of Belgium pro vides that every man between the ages of twentyone Dud twentyfive years who shall pay per year in taxes will be entitled to vote one ballot married men over twentyfive years of age will have two ballots each and if such married men shall own real estate or government bonds or savings bank deposits producing an income of 20 n year they will have three ballots each The members of the United States senate last summer got away with 40 boxes of lemons a month A half box of lemons 200 lemons n month for each senator averages about 6 lemons n day Six lemons will make 12 glasses of lemonade or 6 rickcys The amount of ice used by the senators in one winter was 120033 pounds They used last year 106 cases of lithia water and 2510 pounds of sugar were required to sweeten the beverage There is little danger says the Street Railway llevlew of Chicago of the automobile becoming a dangerous competitor of electric railways To transport any considerable number of people the carriage must be of a large size and with the necessary storage batteries of considerable weight The heavier these become the greater the disparity between the auto with its wheels resting on pavement and the street car which runs upon rails The statistics of smallpox show that this ailment is more prevalent from January to June than in the later half of the year Measles show a descend ing curve in January a rise in May and June n fall from August to Oc tober and then a rise in November nnd December carrying us on to the January fall Scarlet fever is low from January to July it rises in Aug ust and is high till the end of De cember Typhoid fever is typically an ailment of the autumn In India there are a number of railways having but one rail nnd a road of this type known as the I wlnJr is de scribed in the Street Hallway llevicw The cars or trucks used have two or three small wheels placed one behind the other along the central line of the car which run on the single rail and support the greater part of the londIThe loads are placed so as to make the two sides balance as near as may be nnd the car is prevented from tipping by a lightly built wheeltTime immigration of laborers to thetHawaiian Islands during the year 1899I was 21571 men 5077 women nil 794I children making n total of 27442 these 20561 were under contract nndI0S8l were not Of Japanese were 20536 men 4026 women nnd 631 children n total of 26093 of Chinese SOS men 84 women mind 91 children n total of 083 of Koreans 4 men of Portugese 215 men 56 women and 77 children a total of 343 of Italians 8 men and 11 women a total of 19 In the Coblentz woods Germany whole villas hcva been discovered thct ruins dating back to before the tlmo of the Hornnns Near the villas thofgraves of the owners old of their fam ilies have been found The oldest of these have the form of mounds manydof them round while tione of usuallyfromsquare Near the middle of the Rettiet ment at CoWen 7 on the Khlne has been found a temple which has been dedicated to Mercury The longest time that is known to have elapsed between thin firing of a yearscentlyInto the Kimslaii harbor off Sebosto pol during the Crimean war at least 44 years ago wns hauled up by some beingtnkeuthe men and wounding several of thecothers notwithstanding the long pe riod which had elapsed alrce it had left the HritlBh gun which fired It Finds of shells are exceedingly dan 9zcecdinglyIlan d A IPArMv Copyright 1844 ty rtTennyton Netty CHAPTER I Something unusual was going on nt division headquarters and the men in the nearest regimental coups regula- and volunteer were lined up the sentry posts nnd IlIentIJ1IIglrIJ watching and waiting For n wcc rumor hud been rife that orders for a move were coming nnd the brigades hailed it with delight For a month shivering nt night in dripping drench ing fogs drifting in from the Pacific or drilling for hours each day on the bleak slopes of the Presidio heights they had been praying for something to break the monotony of the routine They were envious of the comrades who had been shipped to Manila emulous u those who had stormed Santiago and would have welcomed with unreason ing enthusiasm nay mandate that bor promise of change ofsceneor duty The afternoon was raw and chilly the wet wind blew salt and strong from the westward sea and the mist rolled in thick and fleecy hiding front view the familiar landmarks of the neighborhood nnd forcing n display of lamplights in the row of gaudy saloons across the street that bounded the camp ground toward the setting sun though that In visible luminary was still an hour high and afternoon drill only just over Companyaftercompany in their camS pain hats and tlanncl shirts in worn blue trousers and brown canvas leggings the men hind come swinging in from the broad driveways of the beau tiful park to the south and as they passed the tents of the commanding general even though they kept their heads erect and noses to the front their wary eyes glanced quickly nt the un usual array of saddled horses of car riages and Concord wagons halted along the curbstone and noted the number of ofllcers grouped about the gate Ponchos and overcoat capes were much In evidence on every side ns the men broke ranks scattered to their tents to stow away their dripping arms and belts and then came streaming out to stare unrcbuked at headquarters It was still early in the war days and among the volunteers and indeed among regiments of the regulars whose ranks were sprinkled with college men who had rubbed shoulders but a few months earlier with certain subalterns the military line of demarcation was a dead letter when the boys were out of sight and hearing of their seniors and so it happened that when a young officer came hurrying down the path way that led from the tents of the gen eral to those of the field officers of the Tenth California he was hailed by more than one group of regulars along whose lines he passed and nsn rule the query took the terse soldierly form of Whats up Billy The lieutenant nodded affably to sev eral of his fellows of the football field but his hand crept out from underneath the shrouding cape palm down sig naling caution Orders some kind he answered in tones just loud enough to be heard by those nearest him Seen the old man anywhere The general wants him and never hulling for re ply the youngster hurried on cycdladstumbling through the sciences nt the great university on the heights beyond the bay never dreaming of deadlier battle thou that in which hls eleven grappled with the striped team of a rival college All on a sudden to the amaze of the elders of the great republic the tenets nnd tradi lions of the past were thrown to the winds nnd the Hermit Nation leaped he stall rood flew at the strongholds of thcSpunishcolonlcs Volunteers sprang by the hundred thousand and n reluctant congress accorded n meager addition to the regular army Many a college athlete joined the rooks whileI a limited few gifted with relatives who hall both push and pull were per unlined to pass a not very exacting ex amination std join the permanent es tablishment assccoud lieutenants forth with Counting those commissioned in the regular artillery and Infantry those roust have been n dozen in the thronging camps back of the great city and of these dozen Hilly UreyJcllig Hilly as a tutor dubbed him when thus war and Hilly broke out together the latter to the extent of a fourdays absence from all collegiate ittywas easily the gem of the lot One of the brightest winds in hula class he wns one of the laciest our of quickest and most agile when aroused he was one of the torpids us- a rule One of the kind who should have gone in for honors us the fuc ulty said he clime nearer going out for devilment The only ton of a retired colonel of the army who had made Cull fornia his home Hilly lad spent years In camp and field and saddle wad knew the west as he could never hope to know Ilns sell The only natural soldier Its close when sorely against the will of most they entered the student batI talion he promptly won the highest that could be given In the sophomore year and almost PC prompt ly lost them for lance and nbsencee When the varsity Will challenged by a neighboring Institute to n competitive drill tho scouts of the former reported tint sup crock company of the Sun Pedros had the snappiest captain they ever saw and that with far better ma terial to choose from and more of It the varsity wouldnt stand n ghost of n professionalB aks put a premium on laxity to snake Hilly pruIlI any o them to resign in his favor Prex said no in no uncertain terms the chef was declined whereat the rival institute crowed lustily and the thing got into the papers As n result n select company of student volunteers was ntft work provided Hilly would take hold companyeboards six weeks later and left San Pedros contingent an amazed and ills gusted crowd Then Hilly went to metaphorical pieces again until the war clouds overspread the land then like his fathers son he girded up his loins went in for n commission and won And here he was a sub in Tnele Sams stalwart infantry with three classmates serving under him in the ranks and half n dozen more either as junior officers or enlisted men in the camps of the volunteers lie was a handsome boy a healthy hearty boy nail ns buys go rather n good boya boy In whom his mother would have found hail she not long since been lifted above the cares of this world much of comfort and more to condone but n boy neverthe less who had given his old dragoon of r mind many an anxious hour Now just an he neared the legal dividing lUc between youth nail years of discretion Hilly Gray had joined true third hat talion of Ills regiment full of pluck hope coil health full of ambition to make a name for himself In n profession he loved us except his father he cer Jalnly loved nothing else amid utterly scoffing the idea that there might come Into leis life u being for the sake of whose smile he could almost lay down hula sword for he had yet to meet Amy Lawrence Who arc the women folks up at headquarters Hilly naked n youth of his own years nail rank peering eagerly through the drifting mist nt the dim ghostly outlines of the generals camp Didnt get to see em Wheres the old man the colonel was the reply Chief wants him toot de sweet What wanted called a voice from the biggest of the neighboring tents and n closecropped head was thrust out between the front tent flaps That you Hilly Who wants the colonel lie and the brig rode over to the Pre sidio an hour ago aint got back Come In Ive started a fire in our oil stove A puir of warm air blew from the Interior and confirmed the statement It was well along In summer and not a dozen miles away to the east men were strolling about with palmleaf fans nail wilted collars Here close to the gray shores of the mighty sea blankets and overcoats were In demand Hospitably the older officer tugged at the lacings of the military front door swore be tween his set teeth when the knots swollen by the wet withstood Ids efforts nnd then shouted Sergeant major send somebody here to open this A light footstep sounded on the springy board floor nimble fingers worked a moment at the cords then the flap wus thrown open nail the ad jutants office stood partially revealed It wns a big wall tent hacked up against another of the same sIze and pattern Half a dozen plain chairs two rough bond tables littered with woks pa pers and smoking tobacco an oil stove and a clamp clothes rack on which were hanging raincoats ponchos nail n cape or two comprised all the furniture In a stout triune of unpinned wood cased In their ollsklim and tightly rolled stood the national nail state colors of the famous regiment and hack of them well within the second tent where one clerk was just lighting n canip lantern oflThe sergeant major n veteran of years of service in the regulars sat at one of them A young soldier he who land un fastened the tent flap to admit Lieut Gray was just returning to his seat at true other Two orderlies lounged on a bench well beyond and back of the sergeant majors sent and n bugler with his hands In his pochetswaR smok ing u briarroot pipe at the opposite back doorway Woe to the enlisted men who sought the presence of the colonel or adjutant through other channel The sergeant major would drop on him with the force of n baseball lint Who nil mire over yonder lit the chiefs asked the adjutant as soon he loud his visitors well Inside and till soft accent as well as the quaint phraseology told that in the colonels confidential staff officer a southerner spoke All time brigade and most regimental commanders rapt ours I should say and they teem to be waiting for them Cant we send l wns the answer as the jinlor whipped off his campaign lint anti sprinkled the floor with the vig orous shal cs he gfire time battered felt II Unvo Rcpt l0lllfftw briefly ns he filled a pipe tram the open tobacco box and struck a safety match Orderly galloped after him ten minutes ago Blow the brigade and bat alien commanders That I asked you was who art the women up there No you didnt You said who nil are up yonder Im n sub anil s posed you meant nirnsoldiersofl0ers What pare I to do with anybody In pet ticoats And Im n grizzled vet of n dozen years duty crows feet and gray hairs acomin grinned the adjutant lull- Ing nt a long curly mustache and drawing himself up to his full height of six feet mind when youre as old R I am and half as wise Hlllyyoull know that n pretty girl is worth ten times the thought our old frumps of generals de mand My name aint Ionian If havent n mind to waltz over timer e through the mist and time wind just to tell them Ive sent for Squeers Then Ill get a look at the girls Ive got to go bark said Hilly and youve no buMnrns tomelt Mrs cr don and an interesting family to con shier What tentd the ladles go to didnt screm- IrsGanioisnhsnld the adjutant with placid superiority consider It a reflection on her sex when fall In it due homage Of course you didnt see the lathes The party was shown Into the generals own domicile Couldnt you see how many young fellows were posing in picturesque atti tudes In front of h1 Awe Hank he suddenly shouted to on officer striding past the tent In dripping mackintosh Coin up to division headquarters Just tell the staff or the chief Ive tent an orderly galloping after Squrrrs lies half way to the Presidio now but Itll be an hour before they can get hack The silent officer nodded and went on whereat Jordan made a spring for tin entrance and hailed again Say Hunk Who are the damsels The answer came back through the fogPeople from the east looking for n runaway Old gent pretty daughter nail pretty daughters pretty cousin Heard the orders Damn the orders They dont touch us Where do they come from 7 Drect from Washington they say Three regiments to tall at once and Oh I know all thnt shouted Gor don impatiently It wns nil our camp an hour ago Where do they the girls come from Whats three name Wasnt presented was the sulky reply Let a lot of stuffy old women feints wats41- aluow up In search of longlost sons and those fellows at headquarters unload them on us In less thou no time but n brace of pretty girliI Why they double the gate guards so thnt no out cider cnn so much nil see them Hifly here knows em Ask him Hy this limn thnyoungster had ranged up alongside the adjutant and was laughingly enjoying true latest arrivals tirade at the expense of the headquar tern staff Rut at hU clotting words Lieut hills grin of amusement std lien left his face giving way to a look of blank amaze I know em I havent been cast of the Hig Muddy since I wasp kid They masked for you just the sane just lifter you started Least onu ofcm didfur Whntsblsnallletlw chief military legul adviser came out bare headed nail called after you but you were out of hearing Hesaidthccouidn the pretticat one recognized younsyou nkippcd away from the generals trnt and pointed you out to her friend Somebpdy explained you were running an errand for one of those aids too lazy to go himself and that youd be hack presently Then go at once young man said the adjutant laying a mighty hand on the juniors square shoulder Stand not upon the order of your going but git Never you mind about the colonel lie wont be here until after lies been there and hes In fern rasping over this mornings Inspection Just look nt the report Sergeant major send me Col Colts rep ct he called aloud tossing his heal back as he spoke home in Parson come out of the wet And eager enough to read u famous Inspec tars criticisms of the appearance of the regiment the officer addressed as Par ton shoved briskly into the tent Time young soldier who had opened the tent flap n few minutes before mimic forward with n folded paper which in silence he handed the adjutant mind turned back to ills desk Mr Cordon took the paper but his eyes followed the soldier Then he culled somewhat sharply Morton The young fellow stopped at the di viding crack between tho two tent flours and slowly fared the three olll errs lie wan sliiidcr well built erect Ills uniform fitted him trimly nnd WilY worn with easy grace Mi hnnjj bpd l o feet were imdll and slender his eyes and halt dark and flue his features del irate and clear cut his complexion a trifle blistered and beaten by the hash winds that whistled In every day from the sea and as he turned all three offi cars were struck by Its extreme pallor Youre sick ngain Morton sail the adjutant somewhat sternly I thought I told you to sec Dr Hcffcr nan linn you dour so I wasnt sick enough faltered the young soldier was nil right n min ute or twoor rather thin morning sir Itll be over presently Perhaps it was the smell of the oil thnt did It the stove is close to my desk Hut Gordon continued to look lit him doubtfully Move your desk across the tent for the present anyhow sail he and Ill speak to the doctor myself With ill this newspaper hullabaloo about our neglect of the Iek continued he turn lag to his friends if n man clinnprs color lit igh of n smashup hr must be turned over to the Iced Crox nt once What Is It orderly hr finished MII denly as the tent flaps parted and n soldier In complete uniform girt with Iris belt of glistening cartridges stood at snlutr some limiting cards in his gloved hnnd- Lieut Gray here sir was time com prehensive answer Then catching sight of the young officer who stepped quickly forward he held forth the cards The adjutant generals COlli JIll meats sir nail hed he glad If the lieu tennnt would come over nt one Gray took the cants curiously stud led them amid turn rend nloud our after the other smut placing time topmost tin dernenth the other two an soon ni rend Mil I18PKNAHD Inuit MI88 IHIMK MISS AMY IAWIIKNCK It was the last name thnt lay uppermost at time end end the Parson noted It- Thats the pretty cousin Hilly quoth hr Our of the lut hnil be first dont you et7 Scoot now you lucky troy nnd tell usnll about It later Hut Gray was still gazing dreamily nt the cnrdn Ins sure I nrvrr mrt any of theme before In my llfr until hr Thrrr must sane mistake Ycthint tin me sounds famlllnr untnehow anti that was the only nnmr sow In sight Im otT hr suddenly announced suit was n sound of light quick footsteps on the flouring of the rearward tent at the same time The lIer genet major glanced up from hit rU- Ing looked nt a vacant desk then at the clock then Inquiringly at hU regi mental deity thr adjutant It was Just the hour of the day at which all manner of papers wrrr coming down from division nail brigade headqunr tern to hr duly Mamprd noted and tacked up for the colonels action This was the young clerk Morton especial function hut Morton had left the office and was gone To n f ttnue- dWICKEDLOOKING WEAPON Deirrlpllnn of the teaser filial Tlml to lie card loT tailed Mule fntalriHirn- Thr new Mauter pistol with which our cavalry Is about to be armed U a horrible looking piece of machinery eaidanestheticsporlaananthrotherdayIt but looks like some strange Mlcntlflr instrument Mich as one might see In n laboratory Imagine a cigar hoe japanned black with a handle nt one end sal a short tube at thr other and thrrr you hnvr It This box contain tin mechanism and the tubs spouts ballets The cavalryman of the past was a dashing figure He wore n steel cuirass and n helmet with nodding plume nail while he carrlrd brace of pistols In his holsters hula real weapon was his trusty saber Do you remem gallopingSince then science hnl gradually tucked all Ute ort ry out of war and the Manner pistol Is the last work of brutal mill tarlnnlim The cavalryman of the future will carry nothing but n small black walnut box anti will closely rr ncmhlr n surgeon going out to operate for npprndlcltln When he gets to the right spot dr ignnted by time engineer corps hr will dismount open the box take out hula lildioiis Mouser machine hook the case to one end no as to form a shoulder rest spray n few quarts of gohonwthe fray If time calculations of the performerespectsitstyle but It will Inspire no ports Ins nglnr Tennyson writing the Charge of the Light Ilrlgadc nhout a cavalry regiment armed with Maureratomatr icyCldcago Uhronlcle llr But Ills Sleep Doctor I see what the mattrrls You do not get sleep enough Take thi prescription to a druggists Mr Hllnkers Thank you presume thats whats the matter Doctor next dnyAim goodmorn ing You arc looking much better to day Slept last night didnt you Mr HHnkers Slept like a top 1 feel first rnte- Doctorllow many doses of that old ate did you take Mr Blinkers In surpriseI didnt take any I gave It to the babyN y Weekly balers Got a job asked one urchin Yes answered the other with su lawyerIfirm next mlysicry trytodollars a Walt hIIA y mtWnfbing ton Start 44 Shallow Brooks Are Often Noisy9 You have headache back tehe eruptions or kidney troubles orII that tired feel Ing These are the shallow brooks with their noise Suit the source of the brook and it Is deep and quiet The source of illness is impure Wood Americas Greatest Medicine Hoods Sac stptrilli is Natures mvn means of cleansing the entire system It iaj no superior no equal only imitators Debility My system OWIS all run down I hid blackheads acrd that tired feeling Ibtgtn taking Hoods SrsAp lira Andhtvf gained ten pounds ntutighl and feet like a new man Wliiarn J Knight 331 Bluff Street nttiburg PJ JfooclJ SaMa ui rrjiIllli or llrtr Illi Ill in n irriilmg and oaf HlhktllO 14 tall vim pools tUr M tllla ANBPISODE IN BOERDOM War Thule llrmlrr Vtin Arr Krrp lama ti with Stir War Lit rmliirv An Afrikander trekking from Scliuini biltnaghalted behindOorloe shouted Voortirkker the Afrikander woo nil I man of readywit it awl the Sootrekkr JopprrThe who was standing on the dineltioom Hwmhi inraliri jumped alt and started on a era too ward a krauts In jllml a stud his foot slipped on a klip soil he fell into I diHB The others after much dop 10110 a Wt rd argument in Tail over the vav to the nearest dorp One Mid hr should take the drift over lh ipruit anti the other that he ahouii font over A came Ilon them both road the iiel and trough tilt Ic the falser where they should LeoIale frwfl iwouuki N Y Sun T run Bet All ltM t r fllllf Write t11n Apex N larvy- N Y for a KltKK ssm1de of aimenta Kwrt Katre iiowiler to shako Into four slew It cures chilblains wrailiiif ivollru Rolling fit It makes New or fight hot ray A remain tutu fur Corn and lieu hails All druggists and sbuoatores soil IUa- MnrrlnBf 1011 Iluln tanding up toetlher That r r nvmjr You an man and wifeThai maUiMmnj Living for each otherThats harmony Money that you spendHats polnwoHj Thin j written InlMtuiay Money you paidoutThats ahtaoar- Detroit Fro Ireu An AllVenr llranrl The Crescent lintel Kurrka Soring Art opens March llfJO A rm l ilrtirabl at tractive and ronvenienl trort fur awallti sad peaiurr seekers Idral chassis aaomnlndahosThrough for Mrtirular to Manager Hotel Hr to say rcprttcnUllve of Kriw1 Ir vial rnmfnrl Mrs KlallrWl 1l do vou lupp lhr are leaving a load of pre down at the door forIr ITstteWiy they heat the flat with lsut IU1Mrort I1 Press u Thr hell lrrerlillon for Clilll and Fever IllCm il Toxic Itta sltnplylruunndqualiwlajataMeheasforau Noiuronopoy 1rUvOc- Ign r rer Is a Nhkhrrt fin whkh we ml wnle hut sitar a one on uhlchwe mint fins rrair IVIluli- Hwrat and fruit adds will that dkeotis- rgals dynl with 1UTNAM HADIHItSS 111Ld told ly all drtigKlil You never met lame men that timer Aa not ask you to take a ibanro in a riCle Atrhixm nJIt lisleshoneyPikoaToolbacho prop Cure In one malamute A nun is ifJm sidetracked to ueren Chicago Dupatcn FOR MIDDLEAGED WOMEN Two Leflers trots Women llrlprilTlll iili the Change of Life liy Iill i Ilnk haws VcfrUUU Compound II nun Ides PIXUIIAU When I first wrote to you 1wn In a very hall con lion I was parsing through tint change of life and tho i actors Mild I hud bladder anal liver trouble I had suffered fornlnoyears Doctors failed to do me any Rood Since have taken Lydla B Pltikham Vegetable Com pound my health has Improved very muili I will gladly recommend your mnliclno to others und am sure that It will provo as great a blessing to them as It has to limeMmis Jro II lose901 IMfalb Ave Brooklyn N Y Relief Came Promptly uCAII bits pixnnAUI had been undtr treatment with the doctors for loll years nnd scorned U pel no better I thought I would try your medicine My trouble was change of life and anythinghelphams Vegetable Compound Hcllcf I came almost Immediately have better health now than ever hail I pcrlectlytrongCompound all the credit and would I1nyIhlngseveral of my friends There Is no reed of women suffering so much for Mrs Plnkhams remedies are n suro elite MAIULA Gotten Ilrldge water Another Woman Helped II DGAH MRS IIKKIIAH I tool Lydia Compoundduringglmnguof Lbenefit from its use Mvnv E JAJIES UOCoydonSU Bradford Pa Top Snap pieIipoaala X011tsllrl I 11j Il J TACKLIsojnseswteeun airrywiidsialiemammy r TIDE SUNDAY SCLOOL Lesion In the InhrnUnualllrrIN fin March 4 IllOIIJein llml Inn In Cnprrnnniii JTIIIMak Mil U 941 I And they went Into Capernaum ant iirilKhIwny on the HHbbntli diy II en tired Into the synagogue and taught doetrmtuihorlty and not nit the ncrllin 30 And forthwith when they wore come nut of the synnKCKiie they entered Into wllhJnmal Hut Blmoni wifes mother liy tick of n fever and nnon they tell Mini of her thehandthe fever loft tier and ahi nilnUtertil unlo them UIIhowithtlnltogetherIII And lie healed many that ivere iilek devIlabecause they knew Him manythatNOTKH AND COMMi NTH The people of Nnxnictli not nuy re Jtilril the Ifnclilnc uf luaus hut UK IHTKIII Truae tip and IIi ruct Him out of Ilin Illnlllilcil Illni unto thin brow of the ImU wlnnco Ihelr city unit built Unit they might coil Mini ehcnpcd11uwtold Hint KuaiiK ihruii h their mliUl lit went IIU nay front hue lime fur until Malt 11117 Iukc 131 Irstit limits llh homo In lnu nmiim lean HM not lose liy HiU forced rhatiKi ii f lluAiluii ni Cnporiinum wm an ex rullftit roil rr for Illa ministry IrudingblgbwnyMini tote HIP Ultu of Onlllco goer Him HfcrtA to n InrRr torrltory- CnllltiK of Four Dltrlplox Malt 411n Mark 11010 luke 1111lie four tlUrlplcu rolled nt Oils time April nnil 1hsy1 U 8S were Peter Antlrrw James and John Jmit was uwlMnff liy the lake and Mil IIKtaof bete turn I lio worn flslierinrn HlriiplHg Into IVIera hunt Ho r iisi wl Mm to pith out a little from a1Mrn and Ihrro tin prcflrlicil to HIP p iih who Jathercc1 After thlt lie told Peter In go out In this deeper ter UNil Ilirrc each lilt net Tliiso morn broil flUiln all night wltliont me craw laud illil us hllliii Tba mlrnrt loua tlraHglit nf flshrk tn Impressed IVlrr that IIP fell down at Trtit fcri Jfstis Mkl Tfur Writ from Immure forth thou shalt patch men Teter Andrew lamp HIH John had been tlllnl before lo lie illlirfplm hue from tiffs time OH keywrre nlmoit cotilln iwlly with Jeans Twihlii sod Hpolln park 121 34Tub IIIII U the rreiiiil of n liiisj Habluith HP tagim the Iln In tic ynaoKMO tPflrhln and wo air benchingIlenod not nc the crrnmca How rice rouli one trspli upon whom wait HIP Spirit of the Uinl Tin mlilrr M of tlp rabid werx full of iiiiilillun from the timllHon and wrlllnfii of the ililrm JPIIU sWkr HIP nlmptr truth ntniplf tny and the niillinrlly one fiirnlvlinl by the roiuclrnrn of the Irnrrrc nnil the tune of nipriy Hr per Ifrituil One nf Ihrtp work of merry which iHittrvNupil thii truth of Jesus teach- Ing sac the listing of a rnnti with nn unclean plrll This wccnrrcil before Ibo ayusgtigueertke nas over or nl impost before Ihr people lull ilijxirleil pnheNaetbywas umnllv ennnerlri with discus IsprInlly wltti Inilnlgencn In friiMin lUll An nl lack conic on while In tits naKour hut at Dm word of JecUt Uri ilcmnn left the limn lhoiih tint without n nl nipple After the ynnfjo nc uervlee death gora lo tho hoiinc of Peter where Pelcrn mob hrr hl law Urn III with n foter lnke soya It wnt n great fptiT nf n inallKiinnl type We Iiny iinlhe In mating that IVter hind n wire a nil lonsehohl rola rnlr l thU inullu hl law from her lifil Ihn see null miracle Hn prrformeil that lay At evening there were brought to Him rllicr to bn enreil It U Inter ralIeg In role that while there were none to kitlet ua lo objrcl thai IPNIIR llMletl nn the Kablmlh yet the people wnltHil after mn et The JewUh HAblmlh mina from kiinoct lo ahhtrt- So II tins not upon lilt nnereil tiny blunt Jeaue performed there Furl her inlra riles The ehnrncler of three mlrnelcH fol liiwctl Unit of the two performed dur ing the day lien liug dUcnscK nnd oncl big out drills AITKUTIIOldliTB It Ir a Ignlnl not fuel lirniifli out In the tlilrlvfoinlli taco Hint tilt ilivlln wvir nut tiered lo spealtbe taller llifv Uiew Him Uliellier bite thatIus Knous time voice nf clod nnil rllIll lllin llotili In Ihe roil it hoc to obey Truth opposed to error nhvays iiieann n struggle Tin miracle of Jesus reveal time charncler of God loving helpful and merciful Flgi and Thistle A trust Is no honor until the trustee honors I- IrorglHlIlU of sin U Ihe first step full freedom from It the Mont one God will nut build the temple of n lovely chnmetiT on the foundation ol unforflvcn slut The mnn who cnnnot put the steno on tho brnl rt ns wIll on the drivers tvlllhave trouble Frequently the people who ore moit careful of tlir gilt or tbelr illicIt care leriit nbojt the golc within Ihem Dllm Horn THE BOY WAS BENEl ITBD Ilia Parents Itnil n rolling Out and tie Cnnic Omit n W Inner In COII1I1IIII ittimeme and mid Are these ai y gmdl mid I thatnighpickw or sat anti then cleverly paclrd to howlIi1tickets1 aimwedthenminch a proud humor Minebow that mamma tellhirethathecome home till after 1J oVIork and he told mnarnedtoIclliu1madllrthe theater with him after that and he loro aooenlucredonma don care I picked lhl pieces nn thin carpet and patted them together and If uneeattunepare other tickets tu the candid kid and he hlu1ItUnrnaclea on Ocean Value The recent Investigations for cable laying in interestLaggradually become enennted with barnacles themThisthohtahhdapelwiabihouneamakes weak stomachs tilting All drugglsla 1I11 roinprlpnt Ilrfrnar The hnmelirat moan In niigre ia of Minnesota He ritthrrlnririi in blue dislme tion nf uglineM opecmlly M all hU other char rten tie ate elivialilr During his let IIIAI111hiencharge in a inannrr Ihnt diunnml nil nit ieism Oreel hIII hid Mr liWy In his jU think llul if IIM tan1Ulirnid ur the one I am khotvaig yuu now Argonaut A MINNESOTA FARMER WRITES OF WESTERN CANADA aner loenlitl Tlirrr rnrmi In IIU- NrlulilmrliiMiil llrlnulakru l 1iirinrr llrililriili The ullowitit extracts from n letter written to Mr llrnj Jhni Canailian iuverninetit Agent at Sa 1anl Minn Bite an cxcrllrnl Idea of what U sold of UVilern Canada by those who have gone there during the lollwo or three J ttrrWhets wo Ural arrived here nod took up our homes on the prairie near Dales Imro Asa fur hurt time we had a lit of Ihe blue but now nil Imndi are settled lo biiilne hIt henrly anti contented eiijajlni time finest win ter we have ever tern Nr have got very comfortnWy situated with con siderable prejiaralioH for n crop and all hopeful think this it a very tine cropbnot I believe this In going lo be th- eWI Field of the WI It Is till lug cap fact In IhU township last print there were 23 quarter aeclions of loud vacant and today there 11101 one I fan stand al my house and count 10 houses where there was not one last tiring xiilh six more lo RO up this This Is only n sample of uhat Is gong on all round We intend lo build a church next vuminrr right close to my place to we will be strictly In line It would have milliard you to late been here last spring There were crowds of landiceker and some times tn the spring the prairie is not very Invllinc aunt of course lots were discontented There was one In the crowd who jumped on me for putting n teller In tIme paper only for which he never would have come here anti he was very hostile hue eventually he got a place amid today claims he would not lake n Thoui and Dollars and move out to I am glad he Is satisfied Flnneyislib family and nun one of my eons any Ihlngrotiean do for them to assist them along and to make things smooth as possible will be greatly appreciated by me will close for this time and will write froth time lo time to lei you know we err living Drop n few lines to let tic know how things are moving In St Patti Yourn IfespeetfullyALl RON CrlllcliliK n lritfe nr A profC for of Knclish literature in the Kan nnirersitr once tioited tins lotirc In rominunicailnR will theinrrlvn the printliewritten under his notice That is to say talk to yourself in whisper is much as you CIInChirallo Chronicle Siiin or Onto Cute or poLItnoeIfCAS IllfSTV Frank J Chicory makes oath that he ill the senior punier of the linn of K J Cheney 1 Co duiiip s in the cityof Toledo County slate nforeoaid nnd that naiu firm will play Iln sum of One Hundred Dal lau for each and every cast of calm rh thai rannot be cured by time me of HaHnCilirrh Curl IUAXK I CIIFXKY Sworn to before me and fiihscribcd m mt presence this Oth day of Deremher A D ISM A W il KANON Inlipllair l nets directly on the Moodand mumus cur lace of time tvslnn Send tor Irftrnioiiitls fire F J CIIKNKY CO Toledo O Sold hv drncRiiit 75e Hills Till arc the best lib Iocltcltinnk Hixon at the reception Thatt a dun nine gown your wife lut en Dixon1 ea rtlmort knocked me cents lew Chicago Evening Newt To Cure u Cold In tine any Take axntlro Itroino Onlniiio Tnblcts All J ufrglsta refund money if It fillatofure Whv cant somebody give HI a list of which everybody nobodyIhlngI md another list cf things that 1114 lljmts and nobody Oliver l1c1e1I I believe Iison Cure for Coarimpticn iAvd mVbovs hfelait rummerra AItr Doug rah LeRoy Mich Oct W Aeigbppfb40tiC NICE OLD QUAKER LAM Cured of Catarrh By Peruna a After 20 Yearsj Suffering Ifr MllH FOLLY IWtNSt LIFE LONU FKIKXI OF IERUNA II fly wife Polly J Evans says size feels entirely cured of systemic rIJrrll of twenty years standing She look nearly six bottles of thy excellent medicine Peruna as directed andwc feel very thankful to the for thy kindness and advice She did not expect lo be so well as she is now Twelve years ago it cured her of la grippe I want to tell thee there has been a great deal of Perana used here last winter Penina does nut need praising ft tells for itself We can And Jo recommend 1110 anyone that is ifftided with catarrh As n er thy friend When catarrh lion reached the chronic itnouf IUII eithaxgoon beyond the rnchutaillocnirl1lllllIes Nothing but UIIltAlIIlc remedy cut reach it Ionina In the only remedy yet devised to meet each cniwA Ierunn erndleateH catiirrli JlIIlIy wnyNofree JIUiiUrWwiHmiuIUtNrlINHiUUUiNumlUtlwUNNrNiIVNrWNMJ I838 = GOOD RECORD =I900 McCulloeghs have been sold on their for L 62 give satisfactionthey grow We do 3 5 not make alluring propositions of something for nothing a We do 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all the purposes of the toilet bath and nursery Thus it combines in ONE SOAP at ONE PRICE viz TWENTY FIVE CENTS the BESTskin and complexion soap and the BEST toilet and BEST babysoap- in the world ijticuraThe Complete External acd Inters Trciiiren for Ewry Humor coniUtloff of clcnD o tic tlo of trait am scale and tcfteatbo tblckenedcuticle Curicum OINTKKNT Me IIhstud hnroinstlof aKlo scalp and blood humou Utah ioaof batr when spites bassD CConr Bolo Propi Uoatcn flow to II Two riCaroYacellunonatudoUothrIIlaantttes1 The Cotton Belt Route via Memphis offers yoy two daily trains to Texas One leaves at 910 a m the other at 800 p m The trains from all principal points arrive in Mempl s morning and evening in plenty of time to make this connection The Cotton Deli offers you the quickest and shortest route Ten wllhmt chance ft ears nr ferry transfer Ibis day and IJJ are nnlpped with romfortablo Coaehra aol Kreo Itecllnlne Chair ij also nightWilts 1II1on11 Uwill tell whet your ticket wlllnll and what train to eke to mole f a hint- time and ronnecllnns We will also end you an iDttrostlci little okltl Trip to Ttfiat PRYYATTTPACincinnatlOhto IY0AOAMSTPAPashttile Tenn II II SUTTON T P A Chattanooga Tenn E W LaBEAUME Q P and T A St Louis Mo In 3 or Hears an ludepcndcucelsAssJledII byiiiof ilclicaiii etc aua full Information asto reduced rnllnar rales can be had therupertutendentIlIllIO01l31I IalaOJ or address ftt nhowill tnu Tou41lases IhrlloIIIIIIor ten 1tULE tlHt i 0111111tDROPSY Mr mscovrnti jirca quit t relief and cures worst trtueeltmirnn IjIAIISUcol Cts In Una BoldbrdniceUts A N KH 1801 VllKH VUITIVM TO ADtaKTlSBHg pleat tofu hint you aNT th AdTfKltf IliA Iqb yrplrl J fv i ix rA Letter from Rilc DEAR CITIZEN I want to toll you about my goin to school When I wuz a boy things want like they air now The little roundlog schoolhouse over on Hollfersartin Crook hada dirt floor an us kids could roll in an out nt tho cracks an tho teacher ml hit at us liko hittin at a lizard on tho fenceIn school timo wo all spolt out loud an wo made a noise wussn a rattle trap Sometimes tho teacher would go to sleep an wed have a big time But we got our old blro back Websters Spellin Book by heart Hit wuz all tho book we had At recess wed play mumlopeg1 an run fox races Every one at wuz kneehigh to a duck wuz achaw in backer Ono unto a new feller come to school an Abe Jones said Whats yer name i Putldfnu tamo nst mo agin an yoH hear the same 1111 knock you from Hollfersartin to Kingdom Come that wuz the name o the creek he lived on Abe said an ho did whop him but the boy told him that ho come in a inch o not doin hit We wuz too mean to Tarn then an thats whats nhurtin some boys now 1 picked up what little larnin Ive got after I got married The boy that dont git some education now 11 make a heap raggcder feller than any of us made Times has changed Young people now have got u good chance but they dont appreshiato hit enough Theyre too careless not enough of em gittin education This big crowd o young loafers hero on Powder Horn ort to be studyin at home of they cant bo in Yours schoolI The officers of the RiLEY neGOLESI packet Falls City in port report tho arrival at Hickman Landing 3T miles above High Bridge of CO log rafts from the mountains along the north and south forks of Kentuc ky river and that the men in charge of them had gono through terrible ordeals en route many of them frozen almost to death while all wore more or less frosted in the hands and feet Eight of them were BO badly overcome with cold that their con r ditions were considered precarious Tho good people around Hickman Landing took charge of them and did the best possible for them How ever when the steamer left the locali ty they were in a very bad condition and it was feared that some of them would die The river above Hickman Landing was literally filled with log rafts when the Falls City left most of them came from the wilderness of Clay coun ty Louisville Commercial 1901 will be the hundredth anni versary of Daniel Websters gradua tion from Dartmouth College The event will be celebrated by an attempt to raise 000000 for increased endowment Authorities of Estill county have established a shotgun quarantine against the villages of Waco College Hilland Bybeetown in Madison county where smallpox has broken out Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat Itartlflclally digests the food and aids Nature in strengthening and recon i structing the exhausted digestive organs It Is the latest discovered digest ant and tonic No other preparation can approach It in efficiency It In stantly relieves and permanently cures Dyspepsia Indigestion Heartburn psandallPrepared by E C DeWitt 8 Co Chicago S K WELCH Jr The Counties Jackson County Golllntrsworth Your correspondent is just recover ing from a severe attack of tho meas lose J C Powell hRs returned from Liv ingston T P Marcum andson have just returned from a visit to Panola Bon Gnblmrd who has been very bad with the measles is improving Cash Powell passed through hero recently with a nice drove of hogs countyIcow last week Kvergrcen Dr Hunsley has many patients iu this neighborhood Miss Minnie Lake line been very sick but is slowly improving Several are attending county court from this vicinity this week- J N Lake has been crippledup with his back but is some bettor now Every body is talking about tho smalpox and many dread to be vacci natedFranklin Marcum is going to put in a stock of goods at John Amyxs next weokIcounty for his trial He is supposes to have been in the fight with the Phil pots Many of our young eople are pre paring to attend school at Berea in tho spring term Burdett Luusford of Wallaceton has been visiting friends and relatives es near this place IChlcrBottom Neelys folks have measles IIJessie Durham visited friends at Berea this week Tho damp weather has proved dis asterous to sheep raising John Durham and family have moved into their new house Green Harrison is recovering from an attact of pneumonia Henry Click bought ono hunred bushels of corn at fifty cents Mrs Mary Sparks bought a fine cow and calf for thirty dollars Palistina Haskins was at J D Hatfields last week on busness Dr C B Daugherty will leave in a few days for Kansas to practice med icineOur farmers are busy preparing for crops when the weather will per mitMarien Smith of Sturgeon passed here on his way to Berea to buy Frank Gays place Mrs Jane Sparks has gone to Wind Leave to attend the funeral of her father Mr Merrill Lakes Dont irritato your lungs with a stubborn cough when a pleasant and effective remedy may be found in COUSSENS HONEY OF TAR Price 25 and 50 cents S E Welch Jr Wolfe County Spradling There is a revival going on at Campion Mrs S S Shackleford is very low at this writing Born to Roy and Mrs J W Doarol on the 17th a nine pound boy C C Fulks of Campion put out ono of his oyes by falling on a thorn bushMr John Hollon of Still Water and Miss Lizzio Houiishell of this place were married the 22nd Grant Spradling who has been MillIhasC H Gosney was called to Camp bell Co to the bedside of his sister but she died before she reached there wo oxten our sympathy to the bereaved ones A BOOM TO M NKINiJii I BUCKEYEsPILE CURE A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 75 CENTS BOTTLES 60 CENTS JAMES F RAUARD Sole Proprietor 3M Msrtfc Wit Street ST LOUIS YO Madison County Dreyfus The Smallpox scare has created a groat sensation among the citizens of Droyfui MrsJ S Ogg and her little daugh ter spout Saturday and Sunday with Mrs Lucy Hudson Misses Pearl McKlean and Luln Adams will enter college at Berea for tho Spring term Tho young friends of Miss Dora Bongo aro glad to see her out again after an illness of more than two weeksThe party given by Mr and Mrs Pall Snndlin was much enjoyed by several young persons of this place last Thursday evening Wallaceton Joe Bowlin of Illinois is paying his parents a short visit Jimmio Wylio and Charley Baker will start for Illinois in n short time in soarch of work Rev Smith of Berea preached an excellent sermon at the ME Chi SundayJohn chI Weaver and family probably start for Illinois in a short timewhero they will make their home Miss Doyle Kinnainl a student of umlIA number of young folks gathered at Salem Wylies last Wednesday night and wore pleasantly entertain ed Miss Etta Rutherford of Frog Branch was tho guest of Katie Wylie Saturday rand Sunday and her visit was much enjoyed Frequently accidents occur in the household which cause burns cuts sprains and bruises For use in such cases BALLARDS SNOW LINI MENT has for many years been the constant favorite family remedy Price 25 and GO cents S E Welch Jr Estill County Locust Branch Misa Nannie Bickncll is ill with the measlesMiss Alice Combs paid her brother a visit the 21st Born to Mr and Mrs Seniors aI Hue son A fino son was born to Mr and Mrs Hines tho 20th Mrs Leonard Bicknell is slowly recovering from tho measles Erby Bickuoll spent several lIaysI with his uncle John Bicknell Leonard Harris and Willie Crisman calledon their best girls Sunday James Bicknell is putting up a shop at his home Vergil Howe will have charge of it Seth Bates and Wade Kindred were the guests of Misses Maudo and Nannie Bicknoll last Sunday Elisha Bicknell has 200 acres of land to sell It lies between the forks of lied Lick and Station Camp and will le a good bargain Ho wants to go to Berea to put his children in schoolFaultsof Digestion cause disorders of the liver and the whole system becomes deranged HEKBINE per fects the process of digestion and ns simi1atioll and thus makes puro blood Price 50 cents S E Welch Jr Washington County Springfield Thoso still on the sick list are Katie Johnson and Bottie Philips Miss E E Simms wont to Lebanon yesterday for a few days visit Miss Annie Gowdy is employed as clerk in the grocery of A Adams Washingtons birthday was celo brated by the pupils of the different schoolsMrs G W Hurdloy has boon grant ed n pension Sun received S150 and allowed 800 per mouth Essie Harbor who had been sick for some time with piiHumoniu died and was buried last Monday Thero are plenty of groceries in town now Mr Alex Adams was the last to start ono on Main Street He solicits the patronage of everyone Mrs Anthony Booker and little daughter passed through town from Louisville this week to attend the Funeral of her mother at Pleasant Grove TABLERS BUCKEYE PILE OINTMENT is no panacea but is recommended for Piles only Theso it will cure Prico 50 cents in bottles Tubes 75 coots S E Welch Jr SPECIAL DEPARTMENTS THE HOMER 1l1cll by MRS KATE IUTMAM teacher In DIre College Hints on Kntcrtatnln From The 1I0UIO hold In these days of delightful hospi tality those who uro entertained do sire naturally to return the favor and welcome anything novel I will describe nu evening which was n success from beginning to end Wo had boon invited to an evening dillnillgroomleach nt tho top of which were a few pan sies with tho words For Thoughts iu gilt loiters twined among them Below this on each curl was tho quotation bidet hear her spunk and under those words WHS a subject to bo talkedabout Each card was numbered and we wore told that wo were to have a three rtitiuto chat Tho lady who held No cart begun by making some remark About tho topic and all joined in the conversation each guest making one remark At the end of the three minutes n small hell was struck a rev subject was started and so on till all the topics had been diHCUSHCCIIIThose who is a lost art should liavo been there for it is remarkable how much was said in so short a tithe and lima ninny now and good ideas wcro gained It also broke up any stiffness which might have existed making every ono fltlacquailltrdalllllCrftctly At ease After this that exquisite selection The Hunting of tho deer was reAd and next wo listened to a short piano sole followNI by a Spanish song with guitar accompaniment Then a literary salad was served and as this ono was a little different from any I have seen I will give di rection for making it Out sonic green tissue paper ns near tho shudo of lettuce leaves as possible and sonic yellow paper to suggest mayonnaise Shape tho leaves scallop tho edges and fold lengthwise through tho con tro Slip eauh folded leaf over a hairpin and press firmly together in the rounding part of tho pin When takI en off the leaf will bo crinkled like tender crispy lettuce Cut tho yellow paper into slips number those to correspond with tho guests and on each one write a quo tation Paste a slip on the lower part of each leaf and servo in a large glass salad dish If ono suiliciently largo is not at hand a pudding dish with its outer surface concealed by vines or a band of muslin sowed with leaves or wreaths of paper flowers if nothing bettor otters may bo used and will provo an attractive feature of tho occasion CoutlnucJ next weekt Children who are troubledwith Worms are pale in tho face fretful by spells restless in sleep have hluo rings around their eyes bad dreams variable appetite and pick the nose WHITES CREAM VERMIFUGE will kill and expel tho o parasites Price 2f cents S E Welch Jr A E1 THE SCHOOL Edited bjr MM Kim flan ol the Normal Department Ikrr College Much Iu Little The people who enjoy life most who got most out of it in every way are not necessarily thoso who travel and see new things and now pooplo but those who have tho gift of insight who nro discoverers in tho world of common things Common Every poet knows that a leaf a grain of sand a snow flake a crystal has bound up in its tiny self laws of existence that touch God himself You remember Tennysons thought about it Flower iu tho crannied wall 1 hold 011 lien root and nil in tin Little hUIllIIWhat you are root anti all anti all in all- shouldI know whirL God and man is- Thwro are nannywlio hero the poets heart without tho poets poiijj ninny who can feel for ono who eau write And so the tender sympnthu tic beautiful revelations of KM Ciistarve Hut unless wu can Iiavosomn new thing some strange viands for this guest of our heart we often neglect ministration to it dnylivingOno moue is full of restfulness in spiration new delight not IJUIUIHO tho furniture is newer or the view liner or money more plenty but huI cause tho people are woing tlie 10nII enjoyingtheroach of every refined soul That isI just it Helmed We say Unit have hall no chance to bo ailtund we hnve hind to work hard always to do without looks without lictllreIwe have staved right nt well Tho blue sky is over all What do we know about it I last he tarry night lilted us with n holy pcaCcl1 souse of tho dear Uods eon stunt over sight Are we acquainted with Orion sad lire dipper the sickle tho twins tho chair the olliuI 11DoOUrdaYHlwith wo ninnies studying their habits The laws of plant life are the snare in all lands Do wo know our own tree the plants under our feet the mystery of bud anti seed It snows Have we wo caught the snow cr stal and counted its rays its angles nut wandered at the force that created iU We say that wo are f il alt CJIIWOWo might bettor dio thin live a tho animals A stands by himag ter on the hill looking out over the beautiful valley to the sunset beyond Itliucllire II but who doubts tho greater value of souls joy Wo must fire Iimayof natures rnystory delight that cronies to nny life is doubtless that condoms cooperation in all plans for finer truer growth that links us nt once to tho bust in our fellows and to all that wo can uuI dorstand of God THE FARM KdlteJ by 8 C MAKIH rrofrwor ol Horti culture Here College Prevention of Potato Seal As the time of potnto planting draws near wo call to mind tho fact Unit much of tits acid in store or offered in the market is effected with tho disease cnlled ale Scab This is a disease of a fungus nature propo gated by spores in much tho same manner as the smut of oats which 1 have proiolllllspokoll of Sel180II1IIlropways first tho spores of the disease ninny be in the ell from previous crops roueyone po tatoes on this laud but select a fresh piece of ground that haH not hada tnloex on it for several years In thu second case tine seed any la diseased and though the scab spats may IHJ HO fun its scarcely to be noticed there will bo disease gouts enough thereto injure tho crop very seriously if tho season is favorable to their growth Fortunately wo have in Corrosive Sublimnto n germncido with whieh wo mny effectually destroy the lTropIThe discovery of till fungus nature of till potato scab nnd its remedies is due to ono of tie workers in lie government experiment stations Thirteen years ngo congress passed the Hatch Act appropriating JlfiOW t year to tech stain nnd territory with which to ctitiihlihh and maintain nu exKrimunt station where investiga lions should cnrrird on in nil null ters of interest to ngriculturn annul it provide that turn results should published auk distributed free among the farmen Of the hundreds Mihjectn work ed upon nnd published tho iibcof fur gicides Mich ns hot Wilier for oats wrnt the Corrosive Sublimnto treat for potato scab nnd the use of Bonlcux Mixture for blight of potato ops diseases of grape vines and her such fungus pest would alone in any one year save ns much ns the stations fast if tire farmers of tire country would thoroughly apply themCorrosive Sublimate should bo this solved in water at the rate of 2 1 oun ecu to 15 gallons It is well to provide a couple of tubs by sawing a neat oil barrel in two Place one tub on a block or on tressels no thnt water can bo drawn from it into tho our r Place tho solution in the upper and put iu as many potatoes as will bo covered Let them remain from an hour and a half to two hours then draw tho wafer off salt repent process with another lot The water may be used two or three times Remember fltrill bo of no use to treat tho seed and then plant t on infested ground that has raised scabby potatoes the year before CAUTION Corrosive Sublimate is a ileady poison Bo careful in tho use of it and be sure that nothing drinks water containing it or sate tho K tutoes treated r ACROSS THE COLLEGE GREEN BEREA COLLEGE HAS 15 BUILDINGS IIUIIVBEREA COLLEGE IOUNOYU labs Over liO teachers 700 students from UO states BUilt Library In Kentucky No Saloons DEPARTMENTS For tiioHo NOT siiiHclently advanced to got n teachers certificate I Trudi Schools Carpentry Housework Printing two years II Model Schools preparing for Normal and tho ivIttleell courses For those Hiiiliciently advanced to pet n teachers certificate III Funning Agriculture gardening stockraising forestry olctwo years IV Science Sowing Cooking etc two V Normal Course for teachers three years with practice teaching VI Academy Course four years fitting for College for harshness and for lifo For those more advanced VII College Courses Philosophicalant Literary Adjunct Departments mrmtw MusicHoed Or nn Choral free Vocal Piano Theory IX Heron General Hospital Two years course in the caro of the sick Boron places the best education in roach of all It is not a moneymaking institution Its instruction is a free gift It aims to help thoso who value education and will help themselves and charges a small incidental foo to moot expenses of the fchool apart from instruction Students must also pay for their board Expenses for term 12 weeks may bo brought within 24 about half of which must be in advance The school is endorsed by Baptists Congregationalists Disciples Methodists Presbyterians and good people of ill denominations For information or friendly advice address the Vieel tsidtnt GEO T FAIKC1IILD LL D Berea Madison Co Ky C