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I L a Year Devoted to the Interests of the Home School and Farm 60 c i L HEK12A MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MARCH 7 1000 NO THE c Published at the ofllce THIS GITIZKX Heron nlfTfit at the Pottnjtft nt Item Ay o irtonj riche m4U matter General News Win Hunt nil old mid troll knows riwidont of Mitdinou county thud Feb runty JTith Thu only elks of btisinuHs inoti who ought to bo opposed to lilt Anti Cigarotto Hill aro tho undurtukura It Is said that u guard hnx boon atntionud nt Waco to prevent tit uproiul of that nrruptiou prevalent in that neighborhood Prof Freer professor of chcmihtry in tho University of Michigan will deliver n lucturu on liquid air nt Louisville March IHh The railroads will give rinincod rites from Rich aloud I co in Hiiiil to boa scarce conunodit in Switzerland and sold in extretnul small jimntitieH When it coin en to refrigmtiou the Yankee leads tho world and la ready to furnish much to nmko tho Alps trimmed with glaciurxExREUNION A reunion of tho Vtorans tho SpuninhAmerican war will bo held ut Lincoln Hall Hewn Ky on Saturday Mar 17 All soldiers of tin said war art cordially invited to lit hlIIl A program will bi rendered told Santiago ColTco nnd San Jiinn lIunltllkwill bo furnished by 1ost No lof tho V S A W Imf L V Dodge will nddrtm tho Heunion Cone lx ys and Ixj with we ex pct to kayo n rousing good tinio T T SIMMON 1ost Commander Heroa Ky Caste in the Churches ChrtMtKrauthM u of our itnHtt rrqueM that It appear In the rnur IIlNr llrwther ifarrlwtt KeangelIutij Ylof caiia In the Chuirhm Oie spirit hom1hhdlplaru In the huh This our tnlhrr says n 111110 Ibe Ihll lId letter of the MII quotalltruntof IHTXIIU Insure ol 1or pmltlon In Nxkly Is plainly forbidden bj thprplrltand letter of the garland Is a great hindrance in the multl tudra who would olherwlM mme Into the churches and tsar the word of lilt praeII IIIsone Ihlug In heathendom li prtKlurllre of much mlxry and wretctmliiew as runilgnlng widow notably child widow tr the million degradation and wrvtchcdueit Unauie of thainerafMCdfrntoftxIiig widows In which nowfdlhfutnratoChrist let me In klndnew ask Is there not In the schools and churcheaotntir land this name spir heathendomItconsign an unoffending meritorious young man or woman to a tcpatate or Inferior pier In re melneldenl In their wins as to consign a meritorious men or women to a dllTVren or Inferior place In the hornrhII11jiratiroAll asMmblcd world 11 UI amplify the thought by suppmlng a Mongolian with his gold ring and gay clothing saying will not extend social kindness or civil courtesy to a man or woman however meritorious if he or sho has a sup of CaiicuMan Indian or Mnlaylmi blood In lilt or her veins how tniall howIIIy Again how unfralermtl In the light iods word which My Oo l has made of one bla all antloueuhnenKee Is the mother of us ill Again this spirit of Is not only vnln silly iinfrattirnal but tnttiiMly crurf For me to lac crab the body of mi unoilenillng titan or woman would cfuelWlckel lint Insonct aslolncer ate tire fptril crush tin a plrutloni ofit noble young man or woman rocking li lit lilitiMlf or lierKlf for mine pwt of ui Iullllri civil nwloly or In the church the Idly of Christ would be fur mute crtitl nod wicked for hat we do to one member of the body of Christ wu do to him Once tunic let me my nnd what Is true the Jim lwI1Ir flail mutts of Its sanction In the proscription of tho caste vchoots 11111I churches more touch of the lynching and many oilier forms lawlessness In ourland haeI their nnlnlnltutho pn crlptloii of the schools nnd churches thv latter are generators of pullie rentlmeiit Our Ixinl tune to mive and by thclnw of lore that love thnt UII from the last remains of wlflslnies To title end he gnra lilsllfe a continuous oflerlng of love and social kindlier one iKVuslon he tat down and nto with publlcniiii nnd sinners The lhnIIoI1ISound fault with him for so doing from one of the prophets he said Co lar what that meuneth hInklntlnrti to a jtroKrtont dots This Is the lowon which all true disciples neeil HOIcarn and prac tire such disciples will be true light In titoworldChrl tllku Jolts 0 lllerea Ky Feb and 19m ATHE CITIZEN TeuILocals and Personals Will Clift wrm in Hichmond Mon lay Henry German returned to Heroa Monday Tho littlo tlatighter of Nuthun Welch ill illICalend r Blotters lit the Printing Ollieo Frey MIHH Louisa Yoctini was ill n day or ho last week PntlH PenoilH Hlatik looks Erac ern ate at tho Printing Olliice C II Bimhttn A S Mann went in Hichmond hiHt Saturday Big PUll nnd fine pencil for 5 cents at the Print ingollico Fino COrtllIlollllenco Papers nt price at tho Printing Of fico Miss Haley is slowly recovering her health from n severe attack of paral ysis S P Lucas traveling for Streater Broil of Louisville was in our city last week Miss Pattio Turner of Kirksvillo an old student is with us attending tho closing exorcises IcytomtotwnfMonday of last week Mrs Toot Hurst formerly Miss Mn ImfTy of Berea dial at her home in Ilichmoiul lust Saturday It B Wood font who has boon workiiig on the Kentucky Standard YO4tcnlayrnt the riding Ollico Better than MfsciLiE for household ptiriwsea Wo aro glad to note thnt Miss Thompson of till Faculty is regain IIing her health after several days ill ness Itichnrdson of Illinois anti 1IohnHichurdson who has IKHIJ in IlIstIloft Boron Saturday morning for Paines ville 0 where thug will engage in fanning Jas M Hacur has surely had his share of boils this winter Ho is now confined to his room nnd will probn bly not bo able to take port in tho program tonight laThn results of nn overindulgence in food or drink nro prolllpllrt Itl without pain or discomfort Ctifij taking tots dosos of nlmDl Price 50 Cools S E Welch Jr Mr Thomas Poff nut Miss Ethel Todd and Mr Thomas Powell and Miss Fannie Todd were tho princi pals in a double welding nt tho resi deuce of tho brides father W II Todd last Tuosdoy J L Dudley of Piuckard nnd daughter Mrs Sudio Turner of Brnunou were thoguosUof Mr Dud leys daughter Miss Mattia Dudley who ia in school hero several days alast nail thii week Dr Davis Woe taking carp of n smallpox patient in Dreyfus Saturday Henry Morton of that vicinity has n severe attack and his recovery is doubtful Several others wore expos ed before they knew tho nature of tho disease Dr E B McCoy and family leave this week for thoir former home nt Grecusburg IndOtt account of tho sickness of homo folks Thu Doctor will return in about n week while Mrs McCoy and children will remain a few weeks Miss Margaret E Dennis of Rich mond Jnd visited Bcron lust week Miss Dennis is Superintendent of tho Normal Department of tho Richmond school nnd cnmu to study Borea Col logo work She found in Mrs Put nam n former associato toachor atI Columbus 0 Tho lectures of Dr A D Mayo in spite of tho crowded last week of tho term lava hud audiences attention and interest Tho Doctor draws from wido experience and careful study lessons both instructive nnd entertain ing No one listened for nn hour with out feeling enriched and inspired Mrs Lizzio harper resigned her position as matron of tho Colored Ur Rphnux Homo nt Lexington recently A W Titus and wife of this city broil offered tho positions of Superintendent nnd Matron of thoI snmo institution but have not decid il as yet whether they will acceptor not 7JZ z1z1zTz1 z1z1 z1ZY1Z z1 Z Zz7g IA PROCLAMATION OF ou ECONOMY for the Fall and Winter tII Season in Mens and Boys F lneww I Stylish Made tII CLOTHING I telyIIthe only to WearClntllingTallorrton atrletly lcnUOc balls In clean we11 ventilated workrooms 1rrfcct fitting and wearrouting Ixnutc tits Inside the Vital the very life of the garment to carefulness In making represents the ex jiehilllureof time ami thought and li a decided oonlrait to the tailoring un In fJordinary readyto wear Clothing The Fabrics that we show are the very newest deolgnt that will he wen title eaM n Many confined exrlutlrely to in In tie Ire of the above facts The irott extraordinary feature comhlnlng our great offer it titer we ran and do sell our Clothing ate h Ij LESS MONEY 4 W Then elocwhere How eau we afford to Cell such hlgh grade Clothing lor lesi money than elsewhere Our answer Ii pure and ulniple Ouni Is n modern More constructed Hrlrtly on progreaalve plane our Clothing li wild on the smallest margin of profit depending on a loge volume or huelnese The more Clothing we sell the greeter our purchasing mcr the lower our prices thati the story In a nutshell MITCHELLQt1140 1C C Eo iA BOON TO MANKIND DRTABLERS BUCKEYE A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES DY MAIL 75 CENTS BOTTLES 60 CENTS JA1JES F BALLARD Sole Proprietor 310 North Main Street ST LOUIS MO W A A Harris of Huston IHov in our city Weduesdny timid Thursday visiting his wife who is in school hero Mies Sarah Cnldwell of Troy illitingIn student in school hero Irof L V Dodgo and wife go to Cumberland Gnp for n short visit during the vacation The Professor is engaged to deliver his lecture on President Onrfiold thero on Friday night March Oth Chas Twitchcll a former student of Berea anti now of Orlatul Ind is the author of tho following MARCH Rain and fog and sleet old snow Freeze and thaw statue and blow Warm as summer Cold as winter aright as tprlngtlme Dear u autumn Mud and run and dust aud Oh Whet were Marchlwlthout theta though The failure of Prof Favour to ar rive horo last Friday night was n keen disappointment to our people but this hits boon relieved somewhat by tho announcement that the lecturer will bo horo Monday March 10 Tho delay was caused by failure to mako connections on the railroad The lec ture which is on electricity will be interesting and instructive and tho delay will givo those who have not done so time to make up their minds to attend Tho printing ollico is in receipt of n very interesting letter from T G Pasco this week Ho arrived at Madison just iu time to secure n better position than ho had been promised On his way ho stopped iu Chicago n week ago lust Sunday and sting with Ira B Ponnimans choir nt tho First Congregational Church whore there woro eight Boren people TOll can bo addressed at ftU W Main St Madison Wis C R Adams is in our city trying to got up n physical culture class nnd it may bo that ho will miikn arrange montH with the Faculty of the Col lego to have regular classes among tho students Tho following is from tho Pnutngraph Prof nud Mrs C Hucker Adams closed n most succoss ful term in physical education nt tho Mnsouio Tomplo last Friday night Quite n number of tho ladies anti gentlemen took advantage of tho course timid nil speak in the highest terms of tho work Mr nud Mrs Adnms will orgauizo classes in differ out towns of tho state beforo return ing to Illinois PILECURE WHICH DO YOU LIKE t Many persons should choose the way thoy would prefer their teeth to look willed DO YOU CHOOSE Wo can take the uneven broken sot and fill in special teeth and care for those that remain The result is a uglyIf your teeth are getting loose we can make them FIRM as in the days of yore If you have lost a few teeth wo can replace under the latest meth ode and 00 natural as to fool old na taro herself A good set of teoth J5j best alloy fillings 75c All work at reduced prices DR V H HOBSON RichmondMusic Recital The term recital of tho Music De partmont of the College was given nt the chapel last Monday evening A good number wore in attendance Tho program on a whole was fairly well rendered and the young students should be encouraged iu their faith ful endeavor to become acquainted with tho old masters The program was as follows Uatart- KleJIoo Paddock and Grace Letter TilE ForNTAiN llohmMary SchumannHlMlAKIANLouise Yocum CRADLE Gabrielladlcs AuWauMar IletlholtllIAINEGrace Lester PIIETTV PitdlAnnaMELODY txF RuxnsrinRiedlee GolchalktJennie Manson MUICII nun TINMUUSKK Ifagaef Mrs Lodwlck and Jennie Hanson TIIEIII NATI fASII Ladles Glee ClubJ1uini uIca IUPI J = EAN i INDEPENDENTWEEKLY L lOOt TIZENI sold KY Monument Co The result of good work and reasonable prices is that toe StateWilenAnything in line Let us and ice wilt send you and prices 600 up to any amount Monuments firstclassJOHNr f CREAMVYORMS II J Quantity CotlxQulHr vsmfY Prepared by JAMES F Louis Sold by S E AVKLOII Jr 11701 A Spring Is what you steed and we can show you the largest lino of uptodato samples in town Both made to meas ure and goods upTrousers Our 12 t15 Suits can not be beaten We also sell hats collars and all of fur goods Come and see our samples nprnllllJapln S Roar of Mrs Huntings residence J C MORGAN SurgeryOffice ItoSP Jf National Bank Building Richmond MILL MEN I TRY our Small Dimension and Ticket Mills for SmallLUmenllonSend for circulan MACHINE WORKS KyJanDENTAL SURGERY A WILKES SMITH D D S Smith Building Main Street Richmond Ky Telephone llcsldrnce No OZ No 60 r PATENTS t PATENTABILITYNotice Book llow to obtain Patents DESIGNS TRADEMARKS OBTAINEDSFREElI securedLettersstrietlp fe I I E SIGGERS Patent Lawyer Washington P C JENNESS MILLER SHOESFor Are the Most Stylish Are the Most Durable Are the Most Perfect Are for Young and Old Are only by Us They Fit the Feet as Nature Intended Accept No Other BRIGHT CO 207 West Main St RICHMOND 52MW The Berea the monument know designs Headstones Marble and Granite Slostfn BALLARD St Suit readymade shirts kinds nishing Ky6gOO ATTENTION MODEL Office WSOO DOUGLAS CENTER STREET ART GALLERY- C I OGQ Proprietor UptoDate Photos Nothing But TN Best Finish at the Lowest Prices ss a BURTON The Photographer DKALEK IN AMATEUR SUPPLIES PrievVieics6awo CsF HANSONS LIVERYfF91d0 Yon Want GOOD GLASSES IF YOU WANT THEM AT ALL yoteyesyou ought to know It I will not attempt to raitglasses to your neededEyaexamined A Nice line of Novelties in JEWELRY T A ROBINSON Jeweler and Opticlit 62800 LEWIS A DAVIS Medicine and Surgery Berea Ky Office in Hanson Bid 2JO E B McCOY Dentist Berea Kentucky 62800 TNt00niranOgDglaeatthn t NION9iAipiCAIINIT t fM1rfeirtlr as tenuiIgba 16000 and tft7Oltroua + svaunusourat special OBcr Price 1550 rMItltest our weigbiuiuudundthfrelghtwiltaeregacenhtoreaabbO owlbnmendwwill return yuurIttwaoydayyuu1N oallned Well5femt kMuJ r alg Iitklrol1000 ftloo lloo Iti fulldeenbedn our rrr uki uuc iC the getaltd eslC eter offered h y aeuw- rIr5DEWARE OF IMITATIONSbyatrontemnwancopy ttxmeotoeerlograw various Dame with rl i det Wrlu MU n1 THE BURDICK ntSuGGUIDEthebeat I 12unSOLID 61 t maLUalowtptcatoecewleC5 bowed and dworalt l raMnct Bnlih Hnnl nickel dn ver pulls ntu oa foor ladluySnAArX7343w ralorlmproIbeel bar3 1w patent drrss ffuanf Jada 4re rtW4 M4 m Wtatirklly 5151 trti GUARANTEED lk lilll rattItiad mn LaitelueetwltheeerymoblaaIT r 61064WaUarTrkfTOtkItfotrsinyllmewlthithreemonthoyoUs DOJTT DELAY ISears Xrbuek It Co are thorrauhlr renble11 tur Address SEARS ROEBUCK CO Inc Chicago III 9190- 0BltooJa THE CITIZEN T G PASCO Editor mil Manacer 11KREA KKWTUCIY eG p 7nthU tb t r v b u Ib MARCH1900 Sun Mon Tue Fri Sat wedIThur = 24 5 6 7 8 9 JO 11 12 J3 J4 J5 J6 J7 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 ft 25 26 2i 28129 30 3J 4 A W R l g14t w IiI 1 Every Boer who s able to carry n gun is fighting in the Transvaal Inn recent battle a Boer boyonly 12 years old was taken prLoner by the British He lad been in the thickest of the fight and had both legs broken by a bullet Since the Rockefellers shore of tin Standard Oil Companys dividends gives him nu income of 33000000 a year from that source alone Mr Car negies statement that the oil king is the richest man in the world still holds good despite the remnrks of Mr Krlck which credit the iron king with only 24500000 a year The Twentieth century will have about 3SO eclipses the solar being to the lunar in about the ratio of four to three For the first time in any calendar year since 1823 the year 1035 will have seven eclipses the largest ppsiblo number The total solar eclipses visible in the United States will occur in IHS 1023 1925 1045 1054 1979 10S4 and 1904 Judge Brewer of the United States supreme bench is the author or rather the editor of n work embodying the great orations from Demosthenes down lie has incor porated Champ Clarks speech in eulogy of Frank Itlair in the collection end it is one of the richest in classic hind historical nlluhiou the American congress ewer heard It is generally supposed that more men are killed by artillery than infantry flue This is a total erroneous notion as from medical reports it would appear that the rifle is rte sponsible for nearly 90 per cent of the British killed In the Franco German war it was estimated that 0059 Germans were killed by rifle bul lets and ony 095 by artillery Japanese servants are more and more in demand evory year in Xew York They are looked upon as more capable than any other kind of domestic help There ie one serious ob jection to them They lavish their po liteness and courtesy on the masculine members of the household in which they are employed and can not be in duced to treat the women with re Aspect For the current year it it prophe sled the yield of the llaku oil fields will pass 50000000 barrels The pe troleum yield of the United State foi 1607 was 00508031 barrels It is un- Interesting evidence of the different conditions in effect in the two great oil fields of the world that the yield in the United States was from runny thousand wells while that of the lla ku field nil came from n few hundred Gen Jouberts wife has repeatedly t accompanied him in his campaign ngainst marauding natives and on such occasions always insisted on per sonally caring for his food While on n visit to Amsterdam Mrs Jou Ijcrt was shown an Interesting col lection of ancient pewter in one ol the museums Good material to make bullets was her only com mint One of the statutes which will bt Placed in Copley Square in Boston is of Paul Revere on his famous mid might ride at the outbreak of the revolution Ile is shown just as he Las reined his horse to call to a far mer that the Hritlsh are coming Those who have seen the model say tint the work la most lifelike the horse preserves sums of the moment um of iris dash and is full of lire while the figure of Itcvere shows the intenscexcltenicnt of his wild journey Electricity is employed for guard duty in the Cincinnati Zoological gar den A fence of fine wire mesh about eight feet high surrounds an inclosurc In which there are a number of fine game birds It was found that rats cats etc climbed over this so that two copper wires were stretched all around the top of the fence about an itch and a half above it and sonic distance apart At night the watch man ulnas on the electric current which nccompllnhes remarkable re yuitu In klllhii predatory animals When the Dintrlet of Columbia was flirt established it was ten mills square and took in the city of Al exandria liter some years Virginia desired to have tile part in that state receded ruin tho port of tire square in that state wan turned back to the JiirlEdlution of Virginia Itecently there has been shown a disposition to let part of the old territory in Virginia come back possibly bueausu the iovernmont U likely to expend more money In improvements If It lijlds the territory than Virginia la ever likely to do ttENJTlZN1lAL HYMN M I have ylsycd upon my heart Tl music of a lowerart 1C I have ever hoped to win A pleasure from the smile of sin If ever I mistook the gleam Of quiverings In starless dream Or fondly hoped I might dispense With spirit In the joy of sense Or slipped or fallen or gone astray Lead Thou the way lead Thou the wax t i could ever yet despise The teardrops In two human eyes If ever once the voice of tame Left me forgetful of Thy name If In the strife I ever tied My heartstrings to the lower side Or In the thickest of the light Mistook the useful for the right Or wielded an Ignoble word Forgive 0 Lord forgive 0 Lord tf ever once have been my care Mere trappings of Thine altarstair If e er In a lovely face Vhj Handiwork I failed to trace f I have doubted of the good Within the soul of womanhood Or Judged a man by some small blot Which Thou hast portioned to his lot Forgot Thy law or scorned Thy might Guide me aright guide me aright Jool alas Splngarn In Cosmopolitan 11 Copyright by F Tennyson Neely CHAlTKU The littre party of visitors in the gen erals personal tent made a striking contrast to that assembled under the otllclal canvas In the latter seated uu camp stools and candle boxes or braced against the tent poles were nearly a dozen officers nil In the somber dark blue regulation uniform several In riding boots and spurs some ever wearing the heavy frogged overcoat all but two juniors of the stall men who stood on the shady side of 40 four of the number wearing on their shoulders the silver stars of generals of division or brigade and among their thinning crops of hair the silver strands that told of years of service One man alone the commanding general was speaking nil the others lis tened in respectful silence In the gloom of that late fogihrouded afternoon n lantern or two would have been welcome but the conference hind be gun while it was still light enough for the chief to read the memoranda on hil desk and now he was talking without notes In the array of grave thoughtful faces some actually somber and severe in expression a smile would have itemed out nf place yet all on n sud den grim features relaxed deepset ryes twlhked and glanced quickly about in sure of kindred ijrniwtlietie spirits anJ rvte than half the bearded faces broidenc into n grin of merri ment and Iii many heads were sudden ly uplifted for just ns the grayhaired chief an Impressive period with the words It will be no laughing matter if I run lay hold of them there burst upon the surprised cars of the group a pef of the merriest laughter imaginable the rippling joyous mu sical laughter of happy girlhood mingling with tic hearty wholesome if somewhat oylsh outburst of jollity of healthful youth Merciful ptwers exclaimed the chief I hG forgotten all about those people rhryoust have been here 20 minutesSixtyfive sir by the watch said a saturninelocMng soldier tall and stair wart and wearing the shield of the adjutant gcncr ts department on the eolr far of his sad coat They 0113 t to go then was the placid suggestion of ft third officer u man with keer eyes thin almost ascetic lace but- humor thrc twitched a quaint about the lines of his lipo That visits rut the retiring age Arid then another peal of merriment rom the adjoining tent put u stop to Conversation They dont lock for entertainers lazardcd a staff officer as soon us he could make himself heard The sol rrnrr looking Gothumlte who came with them must have slipped out It seems he knows Col Armstrong said the chief thoughtfully I sent for him an hour ago and lie may be pilot ing Mr Vrime around camp looking up the runaway Another case asked a brigade com mander with a shrug of his shoulders Another case answered the gener al with a sigh It isnt always home troubles that drive them to it This boy had everything a doting father could give him What on earth could make him bolt and enlist for the war No one answered for a moment Then the oflieer with the humorous twinkle about the eyes and the twitch at the lip corners bent forward placed his elbows on his knees his fingers tip to tip gazed dreamily at the floor and Ecntcntlouslv said Girl Whereupon his next neighbor a stocky thickset men In the uniform oft brigadier never moving eye head or rand managed to bring a sizable foot In heavy riding boot almost savagely upon the slim gaiter of the humorist who suddenly started and flushed to the temples glanced quickly at the chief tad then as quickly back to the floor Ills blue eyes clouded iij cnuInf OU tressThe generals gray face hud seemed to grow grayer In the gloom Again there came like n rippling echo the nhoru of merry laughter from the cd joining tent only It seemed n trifle tub lined poetlbly as though one or two of the merrymakers hail jolrcd less heartily With sudden raoveaiert tie trcncral rose Well Ive Iept you stag rougtlc rI Let t1o tkrserrg meats be got in readiness at once but relax no elTort Inthnt other mutter Find time guilty parties if a possible thing And then the group dissolved One or two of the number looked buck link hesitating at the entrance of the tent but the chief had turned again to till littered table before him ninth seating himself rested his gray head in the hand nearest his visitors It w u tit though he wished to conceal his face One of the last to sothe thinfaced sol Bier with tint twinkling blue eyes hung irresolutely behind the chief a moment ns though he hart it in his mind to speak then turned and fairly tiptoed out leaving the camp commander to the society of a single staff olllcer timid to thin gathering darkness u Kindly tay to Mr Prime or his friends that I will join them In a mo meat said the former presently without so much ns uplifting head or eye rand the niddecamp left us noise lessly as his predecessor tine humorlrt Hut when he was gone and The Chijf sat alone the sound of merry chat annul laughter still drifted in with the mist nt the halfopened entrance Shadowy forms flitted to and fro between the of tidal tent null the lights beginning to twinkle at brigade headquarters across the wide roadway An orderly scratched at the tent flap but got no an swer The lone occupant lat well back in the gloomy Interior nail could barely be distinguished The waiting soldier hesitated n moment then entered annul stamped once upon the wooden floor then turned and noiselessly stepped out for anticipating his question the general spoke Xo light just yet orderly Ill call youit n moment Just closo the tout At his hand he needed no light to find it lay n little packet that had been passed in to him with the moil while the council was still in session It was stoutly wrapped tightly corded and profusely scaled but with tho sharp point of an eraser the general slit the fastening tare off tine wrapper mind felt rather than saw that a bundle of letters rolled in tissue paper and tied with ribbon ribbon long since faded and wrinkled lay within Thus he carefully placed in a largciizcd military letter envelope moUtcned and pressed tight the gummed flap stowed it in the inner packet of the overcoat that hung at the rear tent pole reduced time wrap per and Its superscription to minute fragments and dropped them into the wastebasket all al carefully and moth cdically as though life kqrw neither hurry nor worry then bowed his lined face in both hands a moment In utter si lenec surd in unmistakable sadness Presently lilts lips moved Can you look down earl see that I hue kept my word Ague he murmured God help me to find him and save him yet Once n gal u the laughter the gay young voices rang from the other tent All over camp far and near from the Unlit of the park to the very of the height at the north the evening bugles were railing by thousands tin thronging soldiery to mess or roll call Slowly the general rose drew on his oversold and in another moment un der the sloping visor of his forage cap with eyes that twinkled behind their glasses with n genial smile softening every feature his tine soldierly face peered in on the scene of light of merriment and laughter wider the canvas roof of the only home he knew in the worldtho soldier home of one whose life had been spent following the flag through bivouac camp or garrison through many a march battle and cam paign all over the broad land of the United States until now at the hour when most men turned for the placid joys of the fireside the love of devoted and faithful wife the homage and af fection of children the prattle and play fulsports of childrens children home less wifeless childless he stood at the border of the boundless sea soldier duty pointing the way to far distant unknown and undesired regions con tent to follow that flag to the end the world if amdbBlmtthan lfall higher hope or to nail uphold it to the end of his life faeliashis diedIwith appeal speaking eyes although only one of their number found his tongue in time to put the matter into words There were only two girls when the general left that tent to meet his officers nt four oclock and now there were four and the four were having fiveoclock tea At least anyone would have old they were four blithe girls innocent of graver responsibilities than social calls lad dinner or dance engagements for never looked four young women so free from the cares of this world than those who were picturesquely grouped about the generals camp table anti tinder the brilliant reflector of the generals lamp hut the plain gold circlet on the slender finger of the merriest and noisiest and smallest of the four and the fact that she hind nothing to say to the senior of the four attendant officers except in the brief indifferent tones of assured proprietorship and very much to say to the other three told a different story The generals manner lost none of its klmlncsi even though n close observer ivoultl have seen that tic face lost n title of Its light ns he recognized In time evident Icaderof the revels and mistress if tine situation time wife of his senior liddecqirp An hour before he bought her n thousand miles away mud so did her husband iItss your dear old heart ex talmed the little lady springing to her feet facing him with Imlrmltablr inllrs end thrusting forward two altn ler white bejeweled handahXO rtoat say you disapprove Dont ccold Pmt do anything mitt tit right down mere ccd have a cup of your cwn do liclcri tcr Prank some IrUajr w- acrtbt so one mates fsr yon ra orctite c v r cI1It rry ati iA then vfrr r riT la tr tlr J ac or dinner and then to the theater and Ill tell you all about it between the nets Oh you poor dear I ought to have come before youve been work- Ing yourself to dentin lad by this time resolutely pulling she mud towed the general to u chair anti into this his favorite leather armed canvasbacked hickoryframed companion of many n year sire deftly dropped hint mind then giving him no chance for a word gayly pirouetting she seized one after another upon each member of the party present an ac Ill h ell little mistress of ceremon irs encased In u tailor made traveling suit that rendered her proof against n dozen minor ills so beautifully was it cut clad fitted to her pretty figure and with Inexhaustible how of merry words presented her or him to the veteran in the chairThis my honored general first and foremost Is MUn Mildred Prime daughter of n tlaa and earls IK she yet one vastly to he desired though say It who should riot for slue halls from New York which is enough to make me hate her wirrens were just sworn an eternal friendship Youve only casually met her and her folks before hut I con tell you nil alKiut them You should have put Prank at the head of your Intelligence bureau general Hed never find out anything tint I would We came on the tame train together mill the way from Ogden A toll darkeyed dark haircdoval faced girl coloring slightly in evident embarraitMnent over these odd nary whys courtesled tmlllngly to the get eral and seemed to be pleading diiinby for clemency If there lull been trauma gresilon This hurried on the voluble little women selling another feminine wrist Is Miss Cherry Langton Cherry Ripe we call her at home this summer the dearest girl that ever lived except myself annul one youll simply delight in ns you do In me when you get toknovv her Slit is as you have often been told anti hue probably forgotten the only goodlooking member of Franks familyIda first cousin She was mop ing her heart out after all the nice young men in Denver went to the war and withering on the stem until I told her slue should go too when de bias conned and hluh d with Joy you zee her now sir Cherry make your man mien Cherry whose name well de scribed her was only waiting for a chance laughing the white at the merry flow of her chaperons words rondo at the first break stepped quickly forward and placed her hood frankly in the Ajxl this Is OUn Asa Unttsce outstretched lMilm of her hod then glanced eagerly over her shoulder as though she would say nut you must see lien and her bright eyes sought and found the fourth feminine mem ber of the group And this said Mrs Frank Garrison bravely yet with a trifle less confidence of manner with indeed u faint symptom of hesitancy Is Miss Amy Law rence and in extending her little hand to take that of the most retiring of the three girls only the finger tips seemed to touch Miss nvAltiAlpefOr quickly forward and no description bowed with quiet grace annul dignity to the chief undo smiling a bit gravely Mid Lncle left word that he would soon return general but hi has been gone with Col Armstrong nearly an hour I hope we have not taken too great n liberty and her glance turned to the substantial tea service on the rude camp table Oh Im responsible for that and for any nnd every Iniquity here com mitted solely because know our germ oral too well to believe he would allow furnishing damsels to faint for luck of sustenance It was Mrs Garrison of course who spoke simply set Frank trail his fellows to work with the result that ten and biscuit light and warmth mirth and merriment faith hope nnd charity sprang up like mangle in this gloomy old tent nail here we are still Now say youre glad II came general for these stupid boys OIl I quite forgot Let me present the slaves of the lamp the spirit lump general Frank you know too well dare say Stand forth vassal Number Two This general Is Capt Schuyler a mite of u nab physically a Gotham lie in fact but n tower of wit and wisdom when permitted to speak AI diminutive youngster with u heat twice too big for his body und u wnrlil of fun in his sparkling eyes bowed elaborately to Ida commanding general but prudently held his peace Capt Schuylcr my dear general meekly bears the crescent of time subsistence department on his beautifully high end unquestionably XewYorkiratlc col lars lie hasnt nn Idea on the sub jet of supplies except that commissary cigars are bad but his senator snid he had to have tionicthiig nod thats what he got Hed rather be second lieutenant of regular Infantry may day but that was too hljh for LIrs Heres a youth It fits to n tMr William Cray of the tocnth foot whom I lf i years 00 when vs were lhdal the crrc camp and whore Ic2t clin to rrr notice U Uat rJ knew lr father lie says so nnd hopes lOu1 forgive all his budding iniquities on tins strength of it The general noddci with n grin nt the youngstcrwho stoat at Miss Lawrences left DUll then held up iris hand for silence shutting otf further presentations Ill forgive anything but more chatter said he with a placid smile pro tided you give me some ten at once Then I should bo glad to know icon you all happened to meet here My doing entirely general Frank another cup quick Cherry cumi with me to surprise uiy husband hi easy thing to du1911 always doing it We found him here by your orders striving to entertain these two charm- Ing damsels the lust thing on earth he is capable of doing however vnlu able he may be with orders nand curre spondence I heard Mr Primes dory and at once suggested Coin Armstrong I heard Miss Laurence exclaim ut tight of Hilly inert and saw a reuse of old ne quaintnncc nnd sent for him forthwith so easy to say The adjutant gen ernls compliments found that after nil they hud never met hut Miss IMW reset sera him at the head of sour famous student ooinpnny lit wnswht presented him to her and summoned Capt Schuylcr to meet once more hi fellow citizens the rimes it war who ordered lumps lire and till ten thing am time good fairy who wrought the transformation Heholtl mo with my wandl She tulzed Miss tangUm tlender umbrella and waving it over her curly little head pirouetted again in tri umphant gayety The general was thoughtfully sippliiK Ida ten and studying her ns she chat tered curd danced When she jmused a moment for breath he again held up Iris Imams Col Armstrong went with Mr Prime did lIe1 WithtttrJ nsmmuicv that time prodigal should lit produced forthwith and restored to time paternal Imsom d claimed Mrs Garrison nielodraitiHllo ally and would tact ranted on never noting the tliish of wln and cinlwrrau luent that almost Instantly appeaml In the facts of Miss tawrenre and her ilarkeywl eastern cousin nor peeing the warning In her huilmndg tyta but at the moment the tent lispwas thrown luck and held open to admit a 1011i grayhaired civilian whose ail6 lit t r uplifted as he entered In courtu n ognition of the group dpit II h tress that was btrayed in tin1 pillnrij hi fare and the inotsnt pliinir nf his dark eyes toward the sUiiI r rt1 wh stepped eagerly nard Mi G r rison turning quickly saw and with swift agile movement sprrnp In on side The general IJI utrii xl nj from his easy choir iiwhin r fathers side Miss Prlmr laid hr h d upon his arm looking l nilh nn1 anxiously Into his fats Aeillrr middleaged officer In drlpplnir for cap and rain coot stepped quit Lly in and lowered thr flu p Did yon And him father wins Miss Prlnirs lowtoned faltering Ju linn We foundthe soldier rr1 i Col Armstrong ha iMMn mst kind but It wtsnt your brother at iH ulvhdd- To U Conllfu d MEDIEVAL MORALITY tnlanvr ot Ilii tllllrnr lit Hrltirry In OlttnlnltiK Itnyal Invnr liming Hip Dark Acr Tolnvillr historian and stat Hiiiai of the thirteenth century In an nnraor of Saint Louis iTUsadtr soldier and best sad greatest perhups of Ireirli kings not only reveals the perfect frankness of Louis rharnctrr hut shows HI the saute time that social morality is not n modern notion hut n matter of evolution At one time while the king was ttav lug at llyerrs to procure bcraes In fro to rranci the abbot of Clitny afterward hlsliop cf Olive mat him a pr a cnt of two line palfreys wit and one fur the ncllnrgnrrl of Irovrncr When h hrd given him Ms present he sold to tint king Sire will come tomorrow toKvicak to you about my own affairs On the following tie nl lot caw Lack tine king llstcnc to hii mitt i lively and nt great length Vlnn tin nblHit hall gone n close friend aid ml virrr of time king went to him runt avid I beg leave to ask whrther yon his trniil more kindly to tin nhbot of Cluny because ho gave you the two imlfrcyo yesterday 1 The klnp thought forn Inii timrnnd thrn raid Yes truly Sire said tsar kings friend doyen know why I nsk this Why Mild the Ling Sire It is hrratisp I would routircl yriii when you return to Irnncc that you forbid till your sworn councilors to accept anything from throw who lave business with you for you may- a sire that If they get anything they will listen more willingly and uttcn lively to those who glen them prcvnts is you Lave done with the nhbot of Irony Then Louis called till lira councilors sad told them what friend mail snli mad they were candid rnntir h to admit that It was good ndvlcc Youths Com lanlon Flit Innprctorn Mlslnlii1 An Knglltb police Inspector being in formed that n hotel keeper was serving fame out of season visited the restate Imt In plain clothes and ordered dinner Welter partridge for inc The In vector finished his dinner leisurely nlll1 then nil to the waiter Asl he roprietor to step this way n inliiite What for I sushi to notify him to paean 1n court tomorrow for elllrg mrtrldfje out of searon I ITI n jnlice fflcor and have ccrurcd tlsc nreffary vldMic ajrsnit hl l tcrItrnsnt partrWge you hrPclit1 Ir nectar unettsUjO What vs It her 1ValhrclmecroilyCrow- rho Inspector ewc3tCLegcart J IICharity BeginsAt Be kind to your body Re member it is fed not by thoughts of what you think youll do but by the strong volume of vital force which the heart distributes Treat your lifes blood well Roods Sarsaparilla Is a medicinal sister of charity and aids to keep you In good health AS nothing else can Pure Blood My blood rvAS poor I 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they let down the bed wherein the Iok of the patxy lay 5 When Jeiui IIaw their faith He nald unto the tick of the paliyt Son thy slirs be forgiven thee Hut there were certain of the scribes sitting there and reasoning In their hearts Why doth thIs man thus speak bias phemlea who can forelvo sine but Ood onlyS And Immediately when Jesus perceived In Ills spirit that they no reasoned within Ihemietvei lie nald unto them Why rea ton ye these things In yourheartiT Whether is It easier to say to the ucla of the poliyi Thy ulna bo forgiven the e or to ayl Arise and take up thy bed and wnlk 10 Hut that ye may know that the Ron of man hath power on earth to forgive aim Che BQllh to the nick of the palsy II I say unto Ihee Arliw and take ur thy be l and go thy way Into thy house And lmme llntely he area took up the bed and went firth before them all Insomuch that they were all amaztd and glorified God kuylngi We never saw It i IhU faihlon- UOlUICN TKXTThe Son of man hath rower on earth to forgive aim Mark NOTII8 ANt COXniKXTS Mark follow tip thb nnrrnllvc ot the Lords llfo without chronological Inter million Including the Interval clap Ir g between tIll lust lotion and this vi irwkc tills Miinninry Jesus at lraerIrk lttXreaching Tour In Oalllee vs Xa- HallBK the L pr vs M Joua In Capernaum Mark 111 The Hick of the 1aJty va 11- Gufitlonlng Scribe vs Ga The Power of Jesus vs HJ Jrius nt PrIeerWe noto hero the fact that Jenuh prayed Steral Inter ctir i questions urlie In this conncc tiim Tlie first regarding the tivcil of prayer In general Another lit Did 0111 t lie sinless One need to pray 1 And If this U iinswvrHl In the utllrinnthf why Tli u kugftttttetl the cry In tunall f study ofsvcrst prayer In a tollttiry ilaeo- Itegtirdlutf our nrtd of prayer there ts probably very little dispute Ktun be most ungodly utter a ptnyor wlirn confronted Ujr sudden dMDRfr or meet DOOM rrtaorrow It arrins Involun tary In other words natural Did iltmok umeed to prmy 7 Hurvly lie did not depart lute u solitary place alone to pray alenply to at t tie an example The tntr tact of Ills praying srrroa to In dkU ma nerd ot prayer Why Ilt RMsM js w t IIIe said It was natural It It U natural fur us how much wore for hUm vho was inflnltrly nrarrr Ihr PallM r than we Then too If Be were 0N with the Fut her as III MI often saul 11e was communion with Joel was Ills Very ute na It U aUo tIe teog of our pi ritual life Thca regarding secret prayer lesus had JI4lIt a very busy Mnbtmlli aurroHodrd all the day by Urge crowds Irvacblof Tour In Gall lee Hut tile Saviour Hat not to be Ml alone long Tlie people of Capernaum clamored for lllrn so Ills disciple rIme to tell Him Hut other towns and village also nrttlnl the UoalHl lie went about from place to place preaching and heal lug II rating the Leper At one of the plant u here I lie Iord stopped to preach lepr tune 10 Him for healing lixus pitying him nail teeing his faith sHil e tin word and the leprosy dvMrtcd and It was cleansed It seeiiia from thin Ipriilnnl lint many of JeMia miracles wrrr done prhnlely and iiletly This liroliiiK of the leper was done no And Icstm ell rgld him not to tell people of his euro hilt time man tilt and wo are hid that after that Jesus could no more openly that IK without attract meg more attention titan He wished niter Into time city Prominent people ire often unoblu to do much quiet good l31wOIIC who recognizing them ilaim their entire attention So JCSUI laJ to do liii preaching oiithldc the trwn where the people Mime socking Him Iritis In Co pern nn in After tlilt tour Iriui returned to nix home by time lnic if Galilee lInt here nit formerly and In the other towns strnlghtwny ninny wore gallicnd logethir And In the house Jciii prenclird to thrin HU olec renahlng even llosc whocroivdcd about time entrance The Sick of time 1nlny The pretence of leans brought those who needed healing nnd one tick of the pnlsy borne by four of his friends Hut they could not henr him through the croud so- they carried him to the roof ns they could with those orient nl lioutet and through the opening lowered him Into time houxo right before Icxus Time Jews helletrd nil bodily suffering came be cntmu of So JCKIIK mid Son thy mains be forgiven thie QiirMlmillig rlbeeThie scribes Irurnrd in limit law were quick to seize t upon this Clod atomic could forgive sins The Power of ItsuSTlIlIli answer was direct and to the point lie hnd before hralrd In n miraculous way lit ferent diseases Only time power of God could do that Was that then less wonderful titan to go to what they be lieved to be the root of the trouble anti say the sin woe forgiven Herein was the power of Ictus shown that lie could heal the Inflrniltlcs of both body and soul AFTERTHOUGHTS Secret prayer nnd mediation li the life nf time soul Much of the good In I his lire Is done in n quiet unprctcntloiu inanoor TIfnnt way U blocked try nnhllicr Sin Is he dUen e of the soul willed Jo 11 tutor Into the world to hrnl Tb scribes were learned In the low but there were tour thlngh theyuuth yin to learn The burr of lesus In shown in tin woii today by redennrd live anti higher artier at morality nfcd civiiixu tlor 1 IT WAS CRUEL ft Imnrt Young Man a Timid If tden and a Cute Little lloz Bhe was really timid And WM he quite sure it would not hurt herr It wax no annoying to be luddenly fright toed A driul open anal shut brace game ofso runty from harm r nicel No xho did not understand exactly hut ax the had never never MCI a real live bat she might take usV one ieer just n Pee into the cute little box he hall in his 13nol Would time hat really wink its twinkling batty huxlcs at her and rjeak a unnyhIMercy Dont open the box yet time to nrciiare herself Yet he could hold her hand Man aiiur lace of ia prvtcnte support if necci thoughNow carefully that the little hat cannot IIau and tear her fluffy ilulllctt And ih was sold an a Greek sieve in the market place of the streets of Cairo by a brickbat Vaihington Star CELESTIAL CHAFF Ibr Iulnlvil llrlort nf n Sninll nat Smart MutiKolInn to nnAincr Iciiu iiihiiiilinntr The young daughter of a former Philadel phia n it a Kchoolmal of little Wu the ton of the Chiunc aniba ador at arhitig on During a recent visit here she often talked about the little celestial and told tales about him that seemed to indicate that little Wu at times gently itU 1m thriitian scimooliumate lie is awlully cute1muhe said and ticak very lice just my age yet lies ahead of me What he likes bet to eat he says is mil hi That u young mice dllllfli in honey and imllowetl raw A thing isnt ill iHt Wu MVS that iaLbi arent lmalIso niuaihy and slimy as raw oysters lime mother s feet are so tiny that she can hard walk at all She it liuilied about in a wheeled chair I asked u once if he dada t think it WII emel to torture the Cliinetc ladies feet like that lie said Virginia my PIP sayi that whenever any aiki Ine that que tiun muit make the follow lag reply It is nut more cruel than for American ladies to torture their waitti in iteel Ort until their nose are beet red itid their stasis s like an hour glass Tiara tic nave a loud hiugh and walked away with lie little bands the loeketa of his ba7brocade trouMT 111 lo k awfully grave md fuuny Philadelphia PrtM TO Mliirr KTKAMMIIIB AN rt itrIf iIaa Nriv York Cen trnl Itnllrnnil George Daniels general pastotigtr igtol of the New York Crntral ton Itiver Itailroad hoi added a steam bmp bureau to the IUIIUIII of the r service of tlie rosJ He has ngsged Dantains Ixjiiu Inr emu and lsi G Sraultlp to saprriotrDd the bureau and one it their duties will lie lo meet all incoming IrsutUlaatic and the principal roastwist Mrsmthipt to assitt Ja ClIlIln who wish 0 leave the city via the Vanderbill system apt Ingweracn will have charge of the American unard White Star Atlantic Iraasport Wilson Anchor and Allan State met and Capt Sibuilt has been aaaigned lo the North licrman Lloyd Hamburg Amerirao French Kolttrdani lIed Star tad Tainfvalla lines They meet all incoming stnmihipt tad will be pre srrd to furnish railway ticket Parr and slerinnn car srmmmo iatioas to assist jMttvugers with their tiscrsge and cheek it to inti on the line f tne railroad after it has beer ritsrd the customs inspectors They will also furnish passengers with cabs operated by the railroad company and furnish time taicsa- mid general information to passengers two moen hite also been to assist MMcngen who com to this city with a riw of going nroartnd such iHtMengert ujil lie met Central Statmon 3ii intoning trains and conducted to the Their iMpng will be attended lo and steanwhip tickets can he In advane communicating with Mr- 1imumclalrorn the New ark Commercial Advertiser llnril ails tic Ioo ruerpe On the opening day of the tcwion of the Fifty ixlh congress a tell gsunt man lhar of with highwater trou lers a slouched hat in any way and in ovrrr at that needrd hruihing prc tented himself at the center door of the house of rure cntalivrs IIltarltd to walk right in but was stopped by one of time doorkrcie who ssid to Say oIIeoukl he said mildly Nolxxly but memo hers allowed in Well Im a memo tact Congremnian Cuihman of Wsihing ton On I beg your pardon walk right m At Mr strode into thliall astonished doorkeeper looked after him For a moment and turning to his as detent on the door said Say Hill did iou tee that Writ alter that 13it got time nerve lostop anytimingCritern- hses he brouitht out hl hl tory of the foment far prirate circulation Indeed Thats strange I dont think 10 ivrjr copyCleveland rut iiiticiri 3LlIS S3CAlVKSKxtrnHOCJHSHct packers OTtyy uu II 4liuImt 10 00hAMHSKxtrn9JQltAINWhiMtNoNo 3 rwl SiiViOat61hAYChoice 5115IIUI lJOVISION8Mcsx pork Tin n a Ihalea crtfiimcr 0 isJOlNrOICHICAGO UIo111tIIhutNnNo 3 Cliloneo Hprlnx iftorn No 2 u 33 Oats No 2 3 tt 2Hi itNn 2 5i OUKMims S m W AUUHtcam Iicl tj ii N13V YO1- thh1Ot1tWintcr patent J co J 8- 3UhtAtVhvntNo S roil Corn Nn 2 2SIoIttOltlMossAUL u i5 sill 23 tttuam IJAIriMOIti- lAJUItKnniHy IO f 3 HtAINVh ato 2 real ie Southern il1i1 Corn Xo t mlxixl 11 or Outs No 3 mlxeil V 1121 Hyo No S wstorn rr fAnJKKirst quality j tv lIOUSVustcrn r i3ua INDIANAPOLIS IllAIN Wheat No 2 red t r- otorllNo 2 Mixed 3J Outs No 2 mlxiHl 4p n UOUlSVILUi- IOUU Winter piitciit 3 43 01 1- 5UItAhNVltatNo 2 rod 11 Corn Mlxuil t 3d 2ai1pOttiltuaatAIIDbteamn 6 60 For Wireless BleeinjrA- nRngliihinvcntionfarsteering nr craft submerged or by means of an other wave on the wlreleis telegraph principle has been perfected In naval war it u to make torpedo boat al most infallible In this respect it equal the great American euro Hostel Stomach hlitterswimich never fails to dyapepulabiliousness one needs it and all dtujgiila sell it lift I ll Into the Trnp youthisHusband Of couric I did How provoking wanted to add a post crip J reducing time letleClWe1I It ItIdidnt tell mc that lithe placeChicago Evening News Catnrrli Cannot He Cored with LOCAL APrtiwnoss as they cannot reach the seal if the disease Catarrh Is a blood constitutional disease and In order to euro It you must tako Internal remedies Halls Catarrh Cure la taken internally and eurfacesmedicine It prescribed by ono of the best physicians In lhl for years and Is a regular prescription It Is composed of the best known combined with tho host blood purifiers acUnff directly on tho mucous vrfect combination- of the two Ingredients what produces such SerAlorP J CUTSET Co Props Toledo O Hold br Uruinriits price 7V Halls Pills 23 coats HuKKPstnl liT time L Teacher Xow Johnny you know the eagle itsnds for America rlll animal Great lititmai- nJoiitmnyI dun no yes you do Think for a moment it Ixsins with Iperlv IxjbstxrCathsUc Stand ard and JnrtIAn AIIYcnr The Crescent lintel Kureka Spring rkIopens March 1000 A moil lnirahlc at trictive and convenient resort for health and pleature toekern Ideal climate water licit ottOmmodallon- Throu h Sleepers via lriKo Line Write for inrtieular to Manager Hotel or to any representative of Priico Line At the Ironl He vaia newspaperman late warnens kept me downtown itammercd as he entered the house at 531 a m Humph replied his wife Well well a more war news right here for a late edition And the hattIe wai on Philadelphia North American Iotnlnri 1120 per lltil nnd VP Silicr beats the world on prices Largest Growers of Farm and Vegetable Seeds and Potatoes on earth Millions of pounds of Onion ted Cabbage ltadioh Pea Rom PoUtoei etc Prices dirt cheap this notice and 6r for ratalog John A Salzer Seed Co La Crosse WII Ik Points In time tcts Jinn A shopkeeper named Danger moved across a street put up this notice J Danger from over tM way Another man who took the premise put up this notice This is a safe shop no Danger here Answers TIme lint Prescription for Chills and Fever Is a bottle of Gnovra TASTHLESS CHILL TONIC His simply Ironandnuiuinclu tasteless form No euro uo pay rrlccMx3 You ranl tell how stt ng auVction ii by its Ighbluo lispa- tthNONE SUCH Nothing holbles the muscle uu II for notk lak- eSORENESS I I an- ilSTIFFNESST relaxes them and makes lcrfcCt timer like INolhlnlt Jacobs Oil tAIUSTINn Is the orlRlnat and crly durable wall coating entirely different from all kal Bomlnta heady for use In white or fourteen Ixautlful tints by adding cold water ATNES naturally prefer ALA BASTJNB for celli Ings because It Is pure clean durables Put up In dry pow dered form In fivepound packages with full directions LL kaliomlnes are cheap tem porno preparations from whiting chalk etc and stuck on walLs with de caying animal glue AUAOA3 TINE Is not a Kalsomlne EW ARE of the dealer who iii ho can cell ou the same thing as AUA1JASTIXE or somethlnir Just as good Ira la either not posted or la try ins to deceive you ND IN OFFEniNO something ho has heto and tries to sell on ALAUASttNEB de mands he may not realize the damage you will suffer by a kalsomlna on your walls ENSIBLH dealers will not buy a lanBult Dealers risk one byIDelllnB and consumers by Infringement Alabastlne Co own riffht to maka wall coat log to mix with cold water liE INTERIOR WALLS of every church and school should ho coated ant with Pure due able AUMIASTINK It safeguards health Hundreds oC tonal used yearly for this vrori BUY1KO VnASTIXlP customers shoi d avoll t tInr cheap kalsomlnea tndcr different names Insist on having our I ods In packages and properly labeled CISANCn of wall er Is ob viated by ALAHAST1NE It can bo used on plastered walls wood colllnRU bride cr can tI A child can brush It on It does not rub or scale ort favor Shun dndlrWrlto os intcrettng let free ALAHASTIXE CO Grgmtl RapIIlu Mtb T s ca Met Alleaf reJtaM TMXM LeroyP3Ktvc a powder to shako Into your shots It cures chilblains nwcutlnp damp swollen aching feet It makes New or tight shoes tony A certain cnro for Corns DUD Ions AU druggists and sliooslorca soIl It 2c- GrmrtHji arigrilyYon know that a fool can atk questions tint a wise nun cant ansiwpr dont ou lfoweflalve beanpa but I never knew it until nowIbtonTraveler To Cnr a Co III In One nay Take txatlro Ilronio IViblcte AU drucKUts rcfuotl mOllcyltit faiLs to cure What the public call a failure U often simply an unrecognized success Town Topics is nn simple ns wnshlnc when you urn TUTXAM KADKLESS lIVES Sold by nil druggists One vice gathers others like a rolling uiowball Atchiion Globe I could not along without Piioi Cure fee ConMmmptaOfl It always curesMrs- E C Moulton eedham tsOctJ2Oi First come fina served isnt saying how well Chicago Iisp- atchwomans Kidney Troubles Why triflv with hoalih when the easiest and surest help is the best known mcdicino in tho world 9 I Lydia Eo Pinkhams Vegetable Compound I Is known everywhere and thousands of women have boon curedofseriousMd nay derangements by it Mrs PinMtams methods have the endorse ment of the mayor tho postmaster nnd others of her own city Hoi mntficSne has UfO endorsement of an isn numfteretff muKstuda of grateful wetmen whose letters ara constantly printed in this piper Every woman should read these letters Mrs Pinkhsnt advSsas suffering women free of charge Her szftfrcss is Lynn Mass JoTliwe will nI FOR 50 or t uatiKVK1MT l ed with fell Irnzll vSbTEsL llATEU t TuttLE krsituie h ril ruiiiwr t4tor 4DaaTs ItccTtt ant ViiiNiL t lp tiny 1lppuu J pion nirtictit Jolntt cnartn itexlnot to ak or near All rtrvfnlly acked In ttraw boorsi trredbosiL f JOtae ill ret Our tftlftlame o- tthl IlluitratoJ rsetwlllbe riot prepaid on rerelrt of cent which rajt part the eicmt hranol will to rtoaadt on melM of on l IIPrlOtIJlt7 1501 W UaJI o Ordtt bill So U II CUlCAliO ILL AN APPEAL TO HUMANITY IWe need your asststaca la announcing to the world the dRBATBAT REMEDY that Sdtnc hu stir produced and you need our assistance to secure relief for yourself and friends Ihrnulrh WAWSflNS a flDOPS surety as the has ODDOseSI 1Imon lInrtllmilnt of your DlilllS retolrori otryli and lent for a sample Hart o UklnB It for three weeks and bare nut had an attack of unfferlnz tinea took the a II dose I be tIers It baa arrd mr life Tails statement poSitayely true iball LOU pleasure In recommend lag ourun 1JUOPS for tbe cure of NKUllALGIA El Dorado Springs Mo 113 RHEUMATISM came hsndon llth hut and recclro for I was tho with agonies flntdoie helped me out mr pain on short notice IlleiithenamoorOod for will do all you irewin and more too I had severe pilot all overmy body when night came mould nottleep The wont pain wn loft tee could nnt mY foci the floor iiitTerlnKgreat ruin hare used four different klndtof medicine for lull KIJMATIHM cot relief nntll cot jour SDUOrS Vhicb gave me ImmedIate relief above stated MAKTAN BOWKK3 IloaSSCaratbarOhio Dcclt 30 DAYS enable tafferert I DUOra leant trial will teod a sample bottle pr paid br mail for Soc sample bottle will convince you Also large bottles doicil tl001 bottle Ir Sntil by sCents Irw Tfrriurj UonU nrntt IVrlte nowl MWlNilOV IllIKtTSIATIO CUJtE CO 1OO to U Luke HU CII1VAUU ILL California Grown Ul i Seeds Lead the World i I That this Is true hs been imply proved but readers tf this paper may now test tr than a I Selves trflItn cost THE LAND OF SUNSHINE lino ol California ond the West II IIhlsselection to 140 FOR ONLY 50 CENTS If iwi are net now a subscriber send 150 cover one years subscription and the cost of the seeds We will then mall you two large and beau tifuly llluslraed catalcgues from which you mJSelect Seeds the list pno of 140 atlthcut further coat Or for 20 cents we will send sample copy of the and the and allow credit cf SUb1srbersTHE LAND OF SUNSHINE PUBLISHING COIDIPT tI IIHOPS to the of month It untold of IL In m ml to no at to to at we us ntiTID 4 It at J to f to o to It OOUOOHomSQ80aw91 aWe with to main thli year SontO neweistomrnd1111 City Uirdrn I rkiKurlnt honoolfrrI LOrosse Jlhket t mrawbrrrr SIster Day Hailih ca I Early Ripe fbage lUrlrDinnrrUclon leo Ia Urlilltot Flower Seeds tie Worth lao for 1i centa AboTOJO PkesT worth tl Owewlll Imall you free toacthrr 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In erowlDK beat report- ofdeiegate etc ann full Information aa to reduced railway rates can be bJ- On application to tttf Rnperlntendent of Immigration Department o Interior Ottawa Canada or addrett the alined lObo malt von aU ale pamphlet cue free of rout f JKIILKY Wujt of tmrnlpratlo OtLawatCaniiala or in ObIO T UULMKS Tbo Dates IndianapolIs tail 0 IOS 65CUITAR cehlauloidciiiltlIhscitaaauearperfectaa KMltlon Uorm dots It lble ltorttranc a 1IESC complete Inttrnctloa IItomak rant 1ltEE with each Uultar On nv itlOOnewlll enJ ItaUD sub eitmlnatlon OUH 81lClNO CATA LlIOCtol LPa IlIutratod paeewlm- lvreaaldonrc1m40Z baoeD la cent which part of theeiprm chrsraisu will be refunded on rerelttof flrttont r ThitcatAlogueQuotMwholMtle rrlceton you iabhjshe4 JailaN salvTam ItI zaoi Ce Viludlae MCklrace Order brtblt Mo H Jl DROPSYEW lsronn11 gIves quackreaaefandeure worst rate or teniraonfalfiina lo amjt treatment Free tar II It ultiKNS eoN3 Uox AtlantaUa A N KE i L 18O2 VIIEX VK1TI0 YO AMEILT1 SERB Iplente slate that you saw the Advertise bent In thla inper SPRh1G I HUMORSComplete External mid Internal Treatment 125Consisting of CUTICURA SOAP 25cf to cleanse the skin of crusts and scales and soften the thickened cuticle CUTICURA Oint ment SOc to instantly allay itching irri tation and inflammation and soothe and heal and CUTICURA RESOLVENT SOc to cool and cleanse the blood A SINOLE SET is often sufficient to cure the most torturing disfiguring skin scalp and blood humors with loss of hair when all other remedies fail Iol4 tan the world retrain a a Com PWBBcitcn flaw te Can Ipm BUllIon s The Counties Madison County West Union- J E Parsons is visiting relatives inI Jackson County- C C Blanton has built an addition to his dwelling Rev J 0 Parson has returned from tho mountains where ho has been preaching for more than a week D C Alcorn has gone to Drip Rock to superintend the building of a dam in South Fork creek Capt J M Thomas is having the work doneW C Parsons has bought eight acres of land joining what he al ready owned Ho is buying lumber to put up n dwelling There must be something in this gilrs Dreyfus One case of smallpox is reported hereMrs Emily Pennington is ill at her homeMyrtle tho little daughter of Mr and Mrs 0 D Barnes is very ill J S Ogg sold to James Combs ten head of hogs at 375 per hundred Mrs W T Rose is dangerously ill withconsumption and her recovery is doubtful O D Barnes who for the past six months has been in Oakdalc is now at home with his family Miss Rhoda Pennington left last week for a two months stay with her sister Mrs Cora Todd at Panola Mr and Mrs Robert H Hudson and little daughter Dora spent Sat urday and Sunday with J S Ogg and Miss Rosa Patten and Alfred Adams will leave this week for Ne braska where they will make their future homo Jackson County Evergreen Franklin Marcum has a new supply of goods Minnio Lako is preparing for school next term Charles J Lake is crippled up with rheumatismMrs Roso is visiting Mrs Thomas Hillard this week William Coffee of Rockcastle is going to work for Mr Amyx this sum merOur county judge T J Coylo is making the boys stand around and watch their places Wnnetn Tho people of Birch Lick aro proud of a new post olfice James Gilbert has a fine supply of goods on handnow Miss Amy Sone was the guest of her sister February 22nd Mr James Harrison and Miss May Roso wore married February 22nd Floyd Kidd of Borea passed through here for McKee last week on businessThe boys of Birch Lick have accepted job of stavo making on Hooting Creek for Capt Smith Green Hall R P Holcomb has gone to Man Chester on business Rev Black preached to a small audience at Hickory Flat Sunday Mrs William Venable has a very sickchild It is not expected to live Revs Cannon and Black closed a two weeks meeting at Travellers Rest Miss Mary Minter is spending a few days with her aunt Mrs J B Minter Married February 8th Mr W S Wilson to Miss Lillie Moore and on the IHth Mr John H Tacket to Miss Cynthia Smith and Win Peters to Miss Sarah Smith I dont wonder at us having so much now and cold weather after so many weddings I hope the rest of the girls and boys will wait till summer before they get married Clover Bottom Robert Dougherty is suffering from vaccinationLloyd is visiting at Isaac DeansJudge and Mrs Coyle went to Bo WednesdayDr left last week for Shawnee Kansas Green Durham has returned from Borea and reported nice time Mr and Mrs Benjamin Durham visited their son John this wook Frank Garret has just rcturoned from his fathers and says his brother John is no better Tho small child of Mr and Mrs Nathan Williams died Thursday night of measels andwhooping cough Also Mr and Mrs Pastine Hoskini baby died of whooping cough The parrents have the sympathy of the entire comunity McKee County Attorney and Mrs D G Collier have returned from a weeks visit relatives at with Wolchburg John D Hays and W R Engle have just returned from Gray Hawk where they enjoyed a few days hunt during tho recent snows M A Holcomb of this place who in now employed as President of the note College at Burning Springs was in town during the week James Cloyd of McWhorter who has been teaching school at Egypt this county this winter was in town Wednesday and Thursday Lawyer A W Baker has been at London attending tho Laurel Circuit Court for the past three weeks Mr Baker is expected home within the next two or three days J R Llewellyn our new lawyer from Mt Vernon who lately located here is preparing to build a residence on tho lot which he recently purchas ed of Isaac Hays Prof R M Bradshaw our County Superinteudout has announced his board of examiners for the ensuing year They are James Morris of Middle Fork anti Lee J Webb of Annville No bettor selection could have been mad- eWFWelch son of S E Welch Sr of this place who is now in busi ness in Cincinnati is to como here soon and engage in the mercantile business with his father Mr Welch is a clever business man and his old friends and neighbors will gladly welcome him back among us W T Amyx formerly of this coun ty but recently of Crockettsvillo Ky who has been temporarily located here since January has decided to make this place his permanent location and will move his family hero in a few days He has rented the property of M A Holcomb where he willreside and keep his office Amyx is a good doctor and wo are glad to have him with usOwsley County Gnbtmrd A J Edwards of Manchester is visiting relatives near here We are indeed glad to learn that there is no smallpox at Berea Several of tho boys who went down the river have returned home Win Duff and Wm States went to Perry county Saturday on business James Dull of Perry county is visiting friends and relatives at this placeYour correspondent hopes that his friends will subscribe for the CITIZEN so they can get tho news Messrs C B and C H Moore and Edward Eversole havo returned home from Berea where they havo been at tending school this winter W T Isaacs and Irvine Roberts of Jackson county were hore last week buying cattle they left for Buffalo and other parts of the county Duck Creek Born to tho wife of John McPherson a fine girl Robert Brandenburg of Leo coun ty is visiting relatives on Buck Creek this week Sam Mayso and Fayette Neeley went to Island Creek last week on businessProf L Brandenburg of Burn ing Springs College passed through hero today on his way home near Boonoville for a short visit Aunt Mollio Grass tho oldest lady in the county wjio is said to be nearing tho century mark and who was paralyzed about a year ago is now at her sousinlawStovo Guins is not expected to survive long W T Peters of Sturgeon diedon tho 18th of February aged 71 years Uncle Bill as he was familiarly call ed was u man that stood high in tho community beloved by all who knew him He leaves u wife and several children who are all grown and sow eral gruudchildred and a host of friends Sturgeon Elias Adisous wifo is quito sickof pneumoniaCorn scarce in this neigh borhood and going at CO cents Thomas Wilson has just returned from Berea where ho has been on a visit for a fow days E M Spenco has sold his farm to Thomas Wilson for 3rjOOO Mr Wilson has certainly made a good bargainTho remains of Elijah Brewer who was drowned in Big Sturgeon while running a raft out a few days ago have not yet been recovered though his friends havo made diligent search ever since W J Peters of this place who has been very sick of rheumatism for a long time passed away last Sunday night and was buried near his home in the old family graveyard Ho leaves many friends behind who fully smypathizo with his bereaved family All the schools of Owsley county have closed for this year The schools seem to havo made good im provements over any preceding year and the teachers are striving to bettor qualify themselves for tho coming year There seems to be more harmony than usual in tho districts and we hope this good work will go on KvcrsoJe C II Moore a former student of Berea College is sick A Eversole our clover merchant has a new stock of goods on hand 11W Duff and Wm Stats have gone to Perry county on business Albert Gabbard who has boon sick is still very low but is convnlessout W W Duff has just returned from down tho river and reports that tim ber sollingwell Pierce Moore and your correspond ent went to Wolf Creek last Thurs lay on business Alfred and Wm State havo purchased a toam of mules from W H Duff and are now hauling logs W H Gabbard exJudge of Ows ley county has obtained license to practice law in this and other tiesJacob COUllI Gabbard the oldest Owsloy county is failing in health Heis now 87 years old but is blessed with a good memory Running sawlogs to the market is the principle work of tho peopjo of this vicinity Among tho unlucky ones was Price Moore who undertook tho trip on the tide found that his wa torman was not sufficient and the result was he lost all of his logs und cane near being drowned Clay County Hunting Springs Sam Wolf was hero today on n visitMiss Anna Brown was in town MondayJ Rawlings who has been sick is improving Charlie Parker and J Hundley were hero Monday on business Iri sundujTbewhich has been very sick is improv ing Mr Cress of Choice is building at this place Ho intends to keep his children in school Lunden Holcomb and Mr Penning ton are tho guests of M A Holcomb and wifo this week Miss Daisy Parker has returned to Burning Springs after a visit to her home on Sextons Creek The Appalachian and tho Crescent Literary Societies had a joint session tho 22nd of February to celebrate Washingtons birthday They had n pleasant time and were complimented by all the people flare you a cought A dose of COUSSENS HONEY OF TAR will relieve it Price 25 cents and 50 cents S E Welch Jr Washington County Springfield Mrs M V Duff is in Louisville this week There are plenty of visitors in town every day as court is going on now Mr Singleton E Davidson and Miss Eliza E Simms spent last Sunday inI Lebanon 0 G Duff attended the exhibition given by Miss Nettio Cassoll in Bloomfield last week Row Lynch returned to Belltown last Saturday accompanied by Elder McCoy as far as Lebanon Mrs Jennie Lewis and Miss F L West aro hero attending school pro paring for time teachers examination Rev McCoy has gono to Bardstown to attend the reception gniven in honor of tho Douglas Gi vena wed dingMrs Mary Davidson has been on the sick list those illare Mesdames John Keeno and James Key and Miss Mary Goatley Miss Theresa Lancaster who had been ill for some time at her home died and was buried from St Dom inics Church last Tuesday You can be cheerful and happy only when you aro well If you feel out of sorts take HERBINE it will brace you up Price 50 cents S E Welch Jr d SPECIAL DEPARTMENTS THE HOME Edited by MRS KATE U PUTNAM teacher In Here College Hints on Entertaining Continued from last week You will be surprised to see how much like real lettuce the paper leas es will look und you will enjoy the astonishment of your guest if it hap pens to be n novelty The salad afforded us a great deal of amusement for some of the best informed of those present could not remember the author of tho simplest quotation and several of tho mistakes were ludicrous in tho extreme One gentleman was sure ho could find God tempers the wind to tho shorn lamb in the Bible and a lady thought that Marian Hnrland must have written Civilized than cannot live without cooks This part of tho entertainment was highly instructive Few of us were aware that Cicero snid Hotter late than never or that spirits was written by HerodotusI and who would over suspect Aristotlo of saying Beauty is worth more toI a woman than all the letters of mendation that ever were written 1 Allwere sorry when tho last quotation had been read so interested had wo become and when wo saw that our hostess llsomething more in store for us every ono was curious to know what it could bo Each guest was handed a card having simply n number at the topi and was requested to write some quotation upon it These were collected Rhuflled thoroughly nud placed in a small fancy basket More blank cards were given us onI which wo were to writo tho name of nn author or wellknown person These wore collected us before anti ileposotod in mother little basket Then each one drew first a quota tion then an authors name and rend lxIlongus Carlyle was made to say Little Jack Horner sat in a corner eating III Christmas pin IIwalbut it was certainly enjoyed byall This finished the program of enter tainment Before wo realized it the time had arrived for our departure As wo took leave of our hostess she must have felt more than pleased at the hearty manner in which the guests expressed their appreciation ofI her effort and tho congnitultaions which she recived upon its succes To Hooker Washington Ilrihlc our way the strtams are dried And famine mate in ilde by ahIDlMxwrtged and reproachful eISeek onre agnln the frowning klllIYet shill there ameptte A Moses who shall finite the Call manna from the Glrert rtltltIAnd lead ui to the promlml IAfl IAUIKXCK 1I1SBAItI Much pain and uneasinessis caus ed by piles sparing neither ago nor sox TABLERS BUCKEYE PILE OINTMENT cures tho most obstinate cases Price 50 cts in bottle tubes 75c S E Welch Jr THE SCHOOL Edited by MM EUZA II YociN Dean ol the Normal Department Hercn College Onco more we give a poem from Alice Cary A Sermon Dont ever a hunting for pleasures They cannot bo found thus I know Nor yet fall adlgglng for treanurci Inlcti with the rpmleand the hurl The bee has to work forthe honey The drone has no right to the foul And he who has not earned his mnvy Will get out nl lilt money no good Tin ant bulldi her houx with her labor The rqulrrel looki out fur hi mast And he who dc vndt on hlo neighbor Will never lIre friend ant or lat In short Hi no better than thelvlnx Though thitf It a harsh tame to rail sad thing to be always rmivlng And ncvtr to glue back at alt tad do not put on till tomorrow The thing that you ought to do now lilt tint Kt the chart In the furrow And then set your baud to the plow The time II too abort to be walling Thedaymaketh tasty to the ul ht Andltt jutt a hard work lob hating Your work at to do It out right Know thlt before ymi are older bud all the frvih morning It wow Who putt to the Malls whel a ilxmldar U he that will move the world out IKinl weary out will with delaying Anti when you are cmwilnl dont relieve tat them truth In the Mylng Theta always It maws at tie top To rniuelcncv v true ami to man true Keep faith hope and lore In your brra t Art when jou hare dune all you ran do Why then you nay fruit fur the ml Alico and Phoebe Cary are not so well known as they deserve They aro not great poets but their spirits is pure smith sweet their tone so hopeful their nioHsago co practical anti inspiring that I wish our boys and girls would memorize more of the 11IIIH entire mind mummy gems whose genuine would bright en tho days for us Hero are a few worth knowing Not what wi think but what wetlo Makw MtoM of oe uatng The rift flat wy hare heaven Ivnda IIV rip And MX for Ignoring and not fur aburing roe he who I boowt to noble Wtatom hl fortunn or Mrth We cannot auk DM galaa for bllww Nor clrb thelao aha lit stet And MHBHlBM the thing our Ilk fa twee rfdp BMT than the thing that It get To allay pains subdue inflamma tion heal foul sores anil ulcer tho most satisfactory results are obtained by using BALLAUDS SNOW L1NI MKNT Price 26 cts amid 50 eta S E Welch Jr Do not qunrrel with your lot in lifo Do not complain of its never censing cares its petty environments the vexatious you have to stand the lmallllndsordid souls you have to live and workwith Above nil do net resent temptation That is the practice which God appoints you ind it is haying its work in milking you patient and humble and goner oils and unselfish and kind nud cour leous Henry Drummond If your child is cross or peevish it is no doubt troubled with worms WHITES CREAM VEKMIFLGE will remove tho worms and its tonic effect restore its natural cheerfulness Price IT cents S E Welch Jr THE FARM Edited by 8 c ProlcMor ol Horti culture Ilorea College Another Treatment fur Oat Smut In tho following from correspond ont of tho Rural Now Yorker some of our readers may find a more con venient way of treating seed oats than time hot water method discussed by us in a previous number Tho formaldehyde can bo onlered for you by any druggost if ho does not have it in stock Put one ounce of formaldehyde costing 10 cents into four quarts of water sprinkling upon 10 bushels of omits after spreading them on tho barn floor to tho depth of four inches Stir them thoroughly with n rake af terwards shoveling them into a box covering them so that the formalde hyde would do mow thorough work by not escaping too rapidly Leave them in tho box until they are dry nnd ready to drill If there should bo many oats loft after sowing ono neon not hesitate to feel thorn there being nothing about then that is poi sonotis Apples for Profit For market and profit I hue l eoii advised to sot 4l Ie of Commerce Hlack lieu Davis Champion anti De helots instead of lieu Davis York Imperial Mammoth Black Twig nut Stuyman lien Davis Manmoth Black Twig und Wino Sap do well hero hut others have not been tried to my knowledge Finer Ben Davis I never smuts than grow here in my fathers orchard 1wish to set them wide apart and some others Ixi twion us What good early Intiring varieties would you in with JlIKyI on lien Davis It is ono of tho most profitable tip plow for Kentucky nndn largo part of the nUcy would cer tainly plant it them nx n part ofa eammi rcial onhard York Imixrial dependableSeveral adjacent Stales hiss proved that Ga no which is u variety just like Ben Davis in every wily only darker in color is nut no Nitlablo thnt old standard Some who have seen fruit of the Black lien Duvic sav it is Ga no or at least such n duplicate of it that they are not iliatinuiiiHimhlo I could never m o any difference H twevn thorn but am opwn to convic thou Champion is n Hynonvm given to it variety which hiss long been calla Collins in its native region in Ark miHOs Buurh is the approved name of nuothor Arkansas which 11te1l ln of Com ltlIplomerce nUll nomo other names Delicious Ido not know All of thcMj now varieties are now going through tho testing stage nud in good reason to expect that sonic of them will prove a value It would well to plant a fow trwvi of each for trial In regard to fillers to plant Ixitween tho porumiiuiit rues it is illlkiilt to say what one or moro kinds would bo best My opinion in that Missouri is time most suitable lrlylnrillgWinter States anil I know of it doing well in southern Ohio U is ono that I would plant for filler Wegenor is an other very enrlihllIror IIndn red Winter character It has the fault of wing n poorlyrooted tree and that may bo why it hears so earl and heavily when young Top worked on lien Davis it would bo ex cellent Jtnrut New Yorker r fIO rACROSS THE COLLEGE GREEN BEREA COLLEGE HAS 15 BUILDINGS A Q1A10MlertBEREA COLLEGEmOver liO teachers TOO students from 2O states test Library In Kentucky No Saloons DEPARTMENTS For those NOT HUfllclcntly advanced to get n teachers certificate yearsIIFor those Niifliciently advanced to net n teachers certificate yearsIVtenchiugVI for life For those more advanced VII CoursesClassical Philosophical nnd Literary Adjunct Departments VIII MusicRood Organ Choral free Vocal Piano Theory IX Berea General Hospital Two years course in tho care of tho sick Bnrca places the best education in reach of all It is not a monoymaking institution Its instruction is a free gift It to help those who value education and will help themselves amid charges n small incidental foe to meet expenses of tho school apart from instruction Students must also pay for their board Expenses for term 12 weeks may bo brought 21 about half of which must be Tho school is endorsed by Baptists Congregationalists Disciples Methodists Presbyterians and good people of ill denominations For information or friendly advice address the Victlretident GKO T FAIKCIIILl LL D Ilcrca Madison Co Ky- l