You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
Citizen (Berea, Ky.): n. Wednesday, March 14, 1900. Citizen (Berea, Ky.). 300dpi TIFF G4 page images T.G. Pasco, Berea, KY 1900 cit1900031401 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Citizen (Berea, Ky.): n. Wednesday, March 14, 1900. Citizen (Berea, Ky.). T.G. Pasco, Berea, KY 1900 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. r SUBSCRIBE I NNNNNNNNNNNINHN TODAY iJ 50c i Year Devoted to the Interests of the Home School and Farm 60 c a I VOL I BEHKA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MAIiCH 14 1900 NO THE CITIZEN Piiblliheil at the ofllcc ol THIi CrnKN Iteren Ky Knlerfit al the Pmlojlft nl nrtr Aya ittoml flat IMUItr IDEAS Spring lorin opunn today good idea to Ira on hand promptly Head our farm Home on the Inul page and plan to gut more out of tho laud than over before thm your Tho Lightning will ntriko Mar UHh Tho tleornxl Icctnro by Prof Favour illustrated by mulch expen nivo nppnratun will Ixo given that night1I May I ho thoro to neo Ono woman has made forty dollar by tho product of hur loom Hold to lkrea College for tho cxiucation of lier children Hotter raino a good crop of flax thin year and keep your wool for tho factory at tho fireside The Spring Term of Bcrca Col loge opens March 14th Thoro will bo a continuous track ors Itifltituttt for young people who doniro tonehnrn certificate at th spring examination Ono term of Ikrea U HUi ul to n wholo year nt many Hchoolx It will pay you to uttoiid thin HpringI Foreign News Tho inxurgoiitH in Luzon have renewing nctivititv mid have killed Hvonil American sold llrH Oennrals Hood mid Young have usk od for reinforcemmitH British cavnlary ongagwl n foreo 0 Boers near Driofounteiu Saturday Both nuTrrod over IOSMW Tho Ikxro retreatwl leaving over 0110 hundrod dead on tho fluid and lh British renumed their advance a Bloufontciu It in rfportOil that Ireiwlont Era gor has Htiggoatcd peace terms which havo boon rojlCtttl The Boer forces are diHorgaiiiziKl and tho British havo sriod tho crossing of thu Orange River at Xorvaln Pont A terrible famine ii raging in ludi owing to n drouth last Hiimmor nn failure to raise crop Tho mismonn riex urn imploring tho eople of America to soul them asswtanco until they can raise another crop All contributions from five centH up thankfully received One dollar tin miflHionnrie write will keop n mnn alive twenty day contribution should be sent to Louis Klopeck Christian Herald Bible house Now York National News Mr Lindsay of Kentucky npoko in tho Sonato in favor of trot trade with Puerto Rico A number of now cotton mill com panion wore organized in the Houthorn shins last week At Cynthiana Kentucky groat num bor of busmen pooplo wero fined for Helling cigerettcfl to minors the court lutnoHHiug each 10 and CURt negroes gathered at Athens Oa tho other day having tho understand ing that they wore to get fret trans portation to tho Mississippi Valley Forty seven bodies hnvo been ro covered from tho Red Ash mine nt nt Firo Crook W Vn It is thought that a tow still remain unfound Kentucky News Tim Kentucky General Assembly adjourned Tuesday Kentucky in affected by a cattle quarantine proclamation issued by the Governor of Kansas Tho burial of Mr Goebol occurred Monday afternoon tho Geuural Assembly holding memorial services in the morning Geo W Drake the fatuous moun lain dolecivo was killed last Thurn day night by Will St John in a blind tigor nt Torrent in Powell county Jntnos Ford who was with Drake was also killed Ml Vernon Signal Caleb Powers mud John Davis remain in jail at Lexington A guard has been placed around tho Capital Hotel in Frankfort in order to break up any attempt to seize Beckham Taylor has published review of tho wholo contest for governor L THE CITIZEN Locals and Personals Frank Pigg loft for Tuocolu 111 Monday Hay and corn are very scarce and much in demand Extra flue correspondence paper at tho Printing Oifico Mrs Frost stout Sunday in Oher lin with her children Dr Davis reports a new cam of smallpox at Droyfus George Morton All kinds of school supplies ex copt text books at tho Printing Of lice The article on the closing exorcises has been crowded to tho last page of this issue E M Kuibry editor of tho Rant bier and James White of Richmond wore lucre Saturday W H Webster left for Heattyville Saturday to visit his nephew He re turned Monday Mrs Hannah Allen left for Clay county lost Thurmlay to look after her property there 7hoCimcx Journal Camplwllsvllle put on airs last week by coming out reDr Davis left for SL Louis yester day to visit bona of his medical slut dent friends at that place We nro glad to polo that Mrs F 12 Mntheny who is in Lununie Wyo for hur health in improving H Y Bolion representing the Me Connick Mnchino Co tins been business in our city tho post cloingI Dillnrd McGuire n well known Goochlauddielfweek Misses Sallio Barbco stud Mary Mcrritt are npeding the vacation nt KingIMiss Maggie Hradcuburgh our correspondent front Buck Creek and her sister Miss Jonnie wore visiting in Berca last week Tho lilIIeA Rogers Condon nnd Howling entertained a number of their young friends at Ladies Hall 1last Monday evening Messrs C M White John Walker Fee Broaddun and J C Burnnm wero tho guests of Mrs Alfred Titus at tea last Thursday evening Misses Mamie Jennie and Annie nnd Mr Charles Hanson recievcd quite n number of young people at their home Friday unit Saturday evenings of last week Tho annex Sundaywhoo tendered u reception to Pres and Mrs Frost at Ladies Hull last Thursday oven ing Severn of tho toachora and students wero present also Any ono having news items of any kindwill add much to the general interest of slue CITIzen by leaving tho same at this office or with any ono connected with the paper II W Coddington writes from Pur duo University that ho is mulch pleas ed with his courso in engineering and that ho is comfortably establish ed in tho Y M C A Building Mr James Simpson and Mrs Wal ker tho young widow of William Walkr wore married on last Thurs day evening at 8 oclock at tho homo of tho grooms mother Rev n H Monday officiated Misses Tessio Watkins Bossio Ir vine and Pocohontas MoBain together with their gentleman fiionds were entertained by Miss Laura White at her homo Wednesday evening Re freshments toasts old games were tho order of tho evening Special religious meetings have been hold in Berea beginning Saturday night nail closing Tuesday night and conducted by novo Lelachuro nnd Mrs Reeves who have been mis sionaries in China and Thibet They wore considered by BOIIIO as Setters forth of strange doctrines but tho great blessing of tho services line como from n deeper realization of the truths which nil Christians be hove It is a good preacher who tuafhos us to doslro to bo bettor titan wo nro to ask God for larger blessings nut to sing from the heart Ionl lift mo up mill mule me stand fly faith on heaven tableland On higher piano than Ilmvo fouuil UirJ plant my feet on higher ground w A PROCLAMATION OF ECONOMY for the Fall and Winter Season in Mens and Boys Fine Stylish Made I WBarepreparnlta cloth you with the Lowest priced rlgrrIy made absolutely In America Hlghtlymiido u It U of fnmnu Vital Brand the only irndylowear Clothing Tailored ou sitrtctly Klentlflc blOb In clean well ventilated workroom 1erfert fitting all wfarrrMMInir becaurtt the inside the VIUln the very life of the garment If carefiilnew III making represents the eEI Hdllure of time and thought end Ii a decided rontruit to the tailoring seen In ordinary rvailytowcar nothing The fabric that wo how are the very newel design that will he teen thte aeaton Merit confined exclusively to in In the face orI tie above laeillo The most extraordinary feature combining our great offer Ii that we mil and do tell our Clothing at g LESS MONEY Then elewhere slow ran we affonl Oell ouch hlgh grade ClothliiK lor Icee money than elsewhere Our aniwer pure end lmple Ours is a modern store conitructed etrlclly 1IlIlronplye plane our Ilolhllll le told on the smallest margin of profit lepIIIII11 nil lure volume or lnulne t The more Clothing we sell the greeter our purolia lng power the lower our prices thata the story In a nut heiI COVINGTON MITCHELL L RICHMOND KENTUCKYu undo dA E W Baker of Wallaccton was a caller nt this office last Saturday Miss Xannie Tudor who line served a successful term on tho College Fac ally returned to her homo in Rich mond last Saturday Mrs A D Flora a well known nnd much respected lady of Richmond died Saturday morning from the ef feet of an opporatton Mr and MM Warner of New York have given Oborlin College tho sum of 0000 for the tho erection of n mens ed through tho Trustees and Faculty of the college to n reunion Juno 22 27 Great preparations arc being made for its cuccees War costs money Great Brititms army estimates issued last week shows total expenditure of SK7I07 000 an increase over last year of 122 Ells 000 Tho total number of offi curs mid uncut is placed nt 180000 an increase over last year of 2161 17 The small pox epidemic nl College Hill anti Wnco havnig abated tho shotgun quarantine established bathe distill county authorities against those infected districts have boon removed and traffic nnd travel have been re sumed In nil fiftythree cases Store reported nt College Hill and two deaths Trot John Edwards and Miss Fritz Loyal to Berca and Pres Frost The following resolution were adopted at very cnthutlantlc meeting held near tho end of the winter term We the mountain students of Be rea College at a mass meeting hold March 7th 1SXX adopt the following resolutions let RESOLOVED that Pros Wm G Frost by his firm stand in support of tho principles of tho college by his never waning interest in our wel fare by the untiring energy which ho has shown in the great self sacrificing labor which ho is doing for us has proved himself to bo our true and de voted friend 2nd RESOLVED that wo highly appreciate jis earnest labors thank him with profound sincerity and givo to him our hearty lovo and ro spoct for his kind and unselfish de votion to tho interest of the mountain people 3d RESOLVED that wo will earn estly udeavor to make tho most of every opportunity that is given to us prove ourselves loyal to the College anti in every way strive to snake our selves worthy of tho labor love anti confidence of its President 1th RESOLVED that a copy of theso resolutions bo presented to Presi dent Frost as n token of our lore nnd appreciationUnanimously adopted JAS M COMBS Chairman TAYLOR P GAUBARD Sec Several letters and other testimo ninls front northern and colored students show that our President is np predated ns well by thorn as by tho students front the mountains u Married Our people enjoyed pleasant sur priso lust week in the announcement of tho marriage of Mr Auvcrno Mann and Miss Lunettu Burdctte which occurred lust Thursday evening at S oclock at ho homo of tho brides parents Time bride is well known our o people being the eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs J Burdetto The groom is tho son of Mr and Mrs S J Mnnn of Liudenville Ohio Ho tins boon attending school in Berea tho past two terms and has by his pleasant nnd sociable manner won many friends among tho students teachers nut citizens A row inti mato friends anti relatives were pros ant to witness tho ceremony Pres ident Frost with brief and well chos en words officiated Tho occasion was a happy and joyous ono anti nil hoped that tho entire life of the new ly wedded couple would continue as full of happiness Refreshments yore served nnJa most enjoyable atoning was spent Quite n number of flue presents wore received A Pnlr of Ilnby Shoes Xo I wont drink with you today boys said n drummer to several companions as they settled down in a smoking car and passel the bottlo The fact is boys Ivo quit drinking I To sworn off Whats tho matter with you old boytBang out one If you ve quit drinking something is up What is its Well boys I will tell you Yester day I was in Chicago Down on South Clark street a costomer of mine keeps n pawnshop in connnec tion with other business I called on him and while I was there a young man not more than twentyfive wear ing threadbare clothes and looking as hart as if he had not scon sober day for a mouth camo in with a little package in hand He unwrapped and handed the article to the pawn broker saying Givo mo ten cents And boys what do you 8Uppo was A pair of baby shoes triflei things with tho bottoms only a soiled ns if they hud been worn only once or twice Where did you get these asked tho pawnbroker Got em at home replied the man who hud an intelligent face and the titan tier of a gentleman despito his sad condition My wife bought thorn for our baby Givo me ten cents fo- rernI want n drink You had bet ter take the shoes back to your wife the babywill need them said tho pawnbroker No sho wont because sho sdead She s dead Site s lying at home now died last night As to said this tho poor fel low broke down bowed his head ou tho show caso and wept like n child Boys continued the drummer you may laugh if yuo please but I 1 have n baby at home nnd I swear Ill nev or drink another drop fix Mnplo Syrup Any ono desiring to get maple syrup or sugar will do well to order through Chapin Bros Tho very best quality at a low price INDEPENDENTI YeuI CLOTHING nlullrriellll Other The Berea Monument Co The of and reasonable ii that StateWIlenAnything the monument Let us mow and ice will send you designs and Headstones up to amount and Granite Monuments At prices to the times work firstclass JOHN HARWOOD Prop1J Berea Ky f VORMSl Years Has Led all Worm Remedies DYAzz nXtUGGSXS Louisr In Sold h y S AVULC1I Jrn NN N O Until Further Notice Subscribers toI THE CITIZEN may get also Tie Tleaio Blade or Tie Commercial For a Year yearIDont Miss Come at Once subscriptions must como IAll TUB CITIZEN J CI MORGAN Dental SurgeryOffice Hours S to IS AM 1 t03 P M National Building Richmond KyC2 ATTENTION MILL MEN I TRY our Small and Picket Hllli for Sma11ISend for circular MODEL MACHINE WORKS KyJanDENTAL SURGERY- A WILKES SMITH D D S Smith Building Main Richmond Ay Tel phone Ilflililrnce No 03 Offlce No 00- 6aoo Irii NET TS PATENTABILITYNoUce Book flow to obtain Patento C area auto or rrtlshl t THE DESIGNS 14 J y ourSpecial Offer Price 1550 joorowm UAyyoaaro not WhdlUnaldldr1 a wlf awhUctl 1150 by sy hnn NEYWARE OF IMITATIONS BURDICK 19 FREED AddrI JENNESS MILLER the Most Stylish Are the Most Durable Are the Most Perfect Are for Young Old Are sold only by Us They Fit the Feet as Nature Intended Accept No DOUGLAS BRIGHT CO 207 West Main St RICHMOND KY- f7101 result good work prices in line price 600 any Marble suit Material For 20 aoxiD K M701 tNSN HIlN Louisville 50c It Bank Dimension Street OBTAINED ereeeeeed Are and and UicmenUoierintf sA AIAIei name with frIdbllle ke1NMlbld1rN CENTER STREET ART C I OWl Proprietor UptoDate Pbotos Nothing But TN Best Finish at the Lowest w The Views about Berea a specialty IC F r w- Yon Want GOOD GLASSES IF YOU WANT THEM AT ALL you ought to will not attempt to ault Clauei to A Nice line Novelties in JEWELRY- T A ROBINSON Jeweler and Opticiu LEWIS A DAVIS Medicine and Surgery Berea Ky Office in Hanson Bid m E B McCOY Dentist Berea 6800 uMSSgcuttbou HIOHIIIUaI TOIAtm1nunt wlftrollttlr SHOESFor IIGALLERY Pri- ces1URTON Photographer SUIPLlIIIFine HANSONS LIVERY youreyesneededEyes Kentucky tiki concerns eopynurdrer under various rrNl dt WW 62MM know n1your of COQ DM ery OIHk1 TKKY FDISTOr KTtnT I iriltSI Till thebestraterlaleyeSOLID QUARTER SAWED OAK COSTS YOU I5 19 I 4E55 CAlINlTI rIld Ir1wIT wm rItwt tboM your ttorekMper alt at f4o to 40M and then If eonTlnwd that you am UTtnic tAw to HIM My your freight annt the tiaOO WI TOIITTta TOtt 116H If asny ems within three month reawL 811 S4N- DWrT 1 Dli Addreu SEARS ROEBUCK COrInc Chicago III lYW r V THE CITIZEN TO PASCO lidltorauil Vanaucr llEfl1 A KEXITCKY An American woman living in Ma nlln writes that the two greatest lIe privations that she nnd her American friends have to undergo JUT fresh fruit und sweet milk iiort1 Is no berry ol nny sort to be haul mill no sinnll fruit There are plenty of bananas but they have nn insipid taste The present population of the pro vlnce of Tunises 1eru is 5000 souls In nad contract with its forpur pros perlty when 100 miles of canal un either bank of hat river furnished oc cupation for 80000 agriculturists alone YestigiH of roads and aque ducts are found throughout the coun try ft Senator Harrln a member of the commit tee on privileges and elections rarely speaks out Jn liieetiiifr Pays pass without a comment falling from the lips of the Kansas statesman lie said to be even taciturn iitnonp his dose friends Senator Harris was born In London county Ya and way graduated at Columbian college The population of India is about four times that of the Inited States while the latter has about double the nrea of tile former The bulk of the people are employed in agriculture Knelt man rcitH generally but a few acres Then are of course occasion al IlIre plantations run by a rich man or Knjah hilt they are exceptional Some curious secrets ns to matri mony are seen In the following sta fistls May nail November are the most marrying months leer I 10 pie are married in March than in any other month When bachelors mar ry widows the widow is generally the older hut when widowers marry maids the maid is usually the oiiug yr Sunny Slope Cnl enjoys time dis tinction of being the largest vineyard in the world It is situated amid the mot beautiful seinery of that fa vored land two miles from San Ga briol Of a total of 1800 acres 735 nre devoted to grape vine the remain der being distributed among orange trees of which there are 1SOOO 1cm on and olive trees Time first electric launch to he used In time canals of Venice Italy has been delivered from England The launch which in culled the Aletman dro Volta will accommodate fifty pas sengers Its length is about fiftysix feet and width ten feet It in equlp reel with a storage battery of 100 cells ind will travel at a speed of about nine mills an hour In Ucrlln the police authorities con trol ninny little things about which the police of American cities would not concern themselves once In a thousand years Three courts decided recently that if the Iterlin police judged any particular color scheme of a house to be improper or too pnndy or in laud taste otherwise they could order the painter to change it No member of the house Is more particular with his correspondence than liepresentative liradley of Aew York He makes it n point to an KWIT every letter time same day it is received The letters he receives are carefully filed away He believed in preserving nil correspondence no mutter how Insignificant for as he says It often happens that what Immayimp pear as n trifling note may nt some lime be of great value 11 more ways than one After nearly half n century of newspaper nnd literary work in this country Mrs Jennie June Croly will soon leave for Kngland the land of her birth where she intends to pass thug remaining years of her life Mrs Croly began her newspaper work illi New York in 1853 was one of the founders of Sorosis in 1SOS was twice elected president of that organiza thou and in 1SSO founded and becamo president of the womans press club Sir Isnoc 1itman invented the vegetarian brd composed not of feathers but of mosses fetus lowers all l hay This lnddhjg material com mended as healthy mill hmeuulthigi hlllr by many doctors and others has be come famous In vrgptHiian circles nnd deserves to be more widely known It smells like oone is time testimony of more than one phI cian and many say that sleeping upon it gives rest to brain niicl mind Coal and wool will be superseded by electricity In tilt twentieth century kitchen The fleet rie oven hake bread ideally and meats prepared by It do not rciiiirp watching or basting while broiling r frying may be done in superior style The electric chafing dish is attachable to an ordinary light wire the cnrrest turned and Imme diately tilt oysters begin to tew or the eggs to frizle In tIme electric kitchen there will be no coal no ntdiuH no smoke no fIl amid not even u bat tery Not many authors have had a burg er income from their hooks than the celebrated Knglteh author John Kuskin Ior the past thirteen years isis copyrights brought him nn average of 20000 rt year They must continue a valuable prop erty though the curlier writing of course be anybodys in ssvcn willI A careful estimate ulunvs that kins best selling book been Se same ama IJlieis After It would come A Crown of Wild Olive The Seven Lnninn of Atcl9h1rpiL1u Unto Thh In tv MY FARMER LAD Wf may be poor In worldly good My farmer tad and I Cut I am one whi envies none That live beneath the sky- I never sailed a forclcn sea Nor trot nn alien lior nut who has soul to rentl the whole That lies about his door The wlml that ripples throuuh the wheat The shadows In the brook The Illsht of birds they all lire words In Gods great xpeltlng book And these are ours to love and learn AlthoiiRh our farm In small The best things need no title deed The sunshine Is for nil BcflJc our hearthstone dwells content No luxuries have we If am clod to please my lad It It enough for me Two sturdy little folks are mine Who romp and laugh nnd grow One stops her play to come and say Mamma I love you sot Their father pauses hoe In hanJ To watch his darlings too Conic kiss me lad my heart Is glad Whll I have them antI you fanny Pclrco Iddlng In Farm Journal IIN JA stirring SorYt Ahuy Life in Th- eCotight fil pJinc F Tennyson NtclyJ ClIAlTEH 111 A tiny lund dawned on time Presidio Heights ns brilliant as its pred eessor had been dismal A soft south wind lund kept the fogs of time Pacific far out to sea and cleared the summer skyof every wisp of vapor The sun of early August shone hot and strong upon tfie sandy wastes between the western lim- Its of the division camps and the foamy strand beneath the low bluffs and beat upon the canvas homes of the rejoicing soldiery slacking cloth nnd vordagc so that the trim tent lines had become broken and jagged thereby setting the teeth of Old Saucers on edge as he gazed grimly from under the brimof Ida unsightly felt limit and called for his one faithful henchman the orderly Kvcn his adjutant could not condone time regi mental commanders objectionable traits for a crustier old villain of n vet eran lived nut III the line of the army Quid Canker the troopers had dubbed him mincing the few years he hail served in the cavalry transplanted from a foot regiment at the time of the reorganiza tion socalled of the army in 71 but a few years of mounted duty in Arizona and later in the Sioux country had sick cacti him of cavalry life and he gladly accepted a chance to transfer backto the infantry Now 20 years after risen by degrees to time grade of lieuten antcolonel lie found himself in com mand of a famous old regiment of regu lars whose colonel had donned time stars of a general officer of volunteers nnd time pet name save the mark of car airy lays had given place to the unflat tering sobriquet derived from that horror of boyish readers the illfavored schoolmaster of Uotheboys hall He had come to the teenth with n halo of condemnation from the regiment in which he hind served as major and won his baleful name and the hon of his command soon learned to like him even less than those who had dubbed him Squecrs because as they explained there wasnt privilege or pleasure he would not do the boys out of if he possibly could iqrilon lund promptly tendered his resignation as regimental adjutant when his beluvd colonel left the post to report fur duly in tin army destined for Cuba hut ieulCol Can her declined to accept it and fairly told Gordon that as he hadnt a friend among the subalterns there was no one else to take it Then too the colonel himself added a word or two and settled the matter 1big review hod been ordered for the morning An entire brigade of sturdy ohm teers was already forming and inarching out by battalions their regimental parades the men thowing in their easy tilde amid docile carriage tIme effect of two months bard drill ami gradually Increasing discipline The regulars were i till out III time pall hid den by the dense foliage nnd lousy with their company drills The adjutant and clerk were at their papers in the lug oflhe trill and only the sentries the sick nrd the special duty men irmaiiud about the body of camp There was no one said Private Noonan to himself as he paced tIme pathway In front of time Polands tent miller Immuring icrupuloiis ly saluted him on his appearance No wan fur the ould man to whack at bar riii it s me hut ellI Canker could fluid nothing to whack at in tills vet eran soldier who lund served in till ranks sluice time days of the great war and had borne the inc tugcs of Mich men as Sheridan Thomay and Mcllicr son when Canker himself was sweating under his knaptnck and musket Ml r most men even most objectionable men Conker had some redeeming fea tures and that was one of them he lied been a private soldier and a brave one too and was proud of it But life hind little sunshine in it for jne of lug warped illconditioned na ture There was a profound conviction in the minds of time company officers that time mere tight of happiness or con lent in the face of a subordinate was more than enough to set Cankers wits lo wcrk to wipe it out There was no doubt whatever in the minds of the biibclrns that the main reason why Squeorr was so manifestly down on Hilly Gutsy was the nlmokt Indestruct Lie exprcaxion of good nature jollity tad cnthutlasm that shown In tin Ittlc fellows face ever since lie Joined he regiment If we call the old muii cju yrn we should dub Willy Murk Tap try said Gordon one day when time lad hind laughed oft the effect of nn un usually acrimonious rasping oer a trivial error in the guard report hook Hes no end kind when u fellows III n fix saul Gray in explanation and nil the time he was soaking me I was think ing how he stood by Jimmy Carson In his serxmpea serious cernpe it was too for young Carson detailed to escort certain jirimncrs to Alcatrnz and III trusted with certain funds to be turned over to the chief quartermaster of the department lund unaccountably fallen kilo a deep sleep aboard time tlII111111111 awoke 10 ilml both funds and prisoners gone Explanations were useless The commanding general would listen to no excuse a courtmartial was ordered and a very worthy young officers mili tary career seemed about to elos under a cloud when Old Canker threw himself Into time breach He lund long suspected the sergeant who had ac companied the party In Immediate command of time little guard lit hated time commanding general with all soul and how it me about no one could thoroughly explain hut one day Canker turned lipwith indubitable proof that the sergeant was the thief that he was bribed to hiring about the escape of the prisoner amid that he had drugged the fresh spring water he brought in to the young officer after time burning heat of the desert was left behind In the dead of the summer night Canker even recovered most of the stolen money for there wnsa woman III the ease amid she had safely Mowed it away Carson was clearedmmmmul Canker triumphant See what time man can do when his sense of justice it aroused said time optlmmmists 01 time army Justice be bloweil nnswered the cynics He never Would raised his linger to help Carson hilt for time joy of proving time general unjust a regimental pet time sergeant a thief Yet Gray reverted to this episode an explanation of his tolerance of Cankers harshness amid thereby gave rise to n rejoinder front the lips of a veteran company commander that many a fel low was destined to recall before the regiment was two months older III order to settle it somebodys got to find his life or his cOIIIIIII lon In jeopardy Maybe Itll be you Hilly nail Im betting you wont find Squecrs jimnllun angel Vet on this sunshiny Mini in rr morn hag with hope nnd sunshine and con fidence in his handhome boyish fact Lieut Ciray came bounding up to the presence of the regimental though that sourvisagrd soldier were un indulgent uncle who could not soyhun nay A stylish open carriage In which were two remarkably pretty girls and n grnyhnircd slender grim tleman hail reined up In he street opposite tilt entrance to the row of officers tents and Canker lund ripped out imia watch with an ugly frown on his forehead for three of liii campn tIn had just marched In from drill nnd three of their young lleiitrnnnts on the instant of dismissal hnd made straight for the vehicle and he half hoped to find they lund lopped off n mintilo or so of time allotted hour The sound of merry laughter eemed to grate on his cars The sight of Grays beaming face seemed to deepen time gloom In his own Instinctively he knew the youngster hail come to ask a lamar and he stood reudy to refuse Colonel Id like mightily to go over and see that review this morning sir anti Mr Prime in good enough to otTer me a seat In his carriage May I go sir You cant go anywhere sir with time tents of your company in that disgrace ful condition Just look nt them sir ns rugged ns n wash line on a windy day And Canker scowled angrily nt the young fellow standing ely at attention before him I know that colonel hut tin sun did that while we were out at drill and the men will straighten everything in ten minute Ill give the order now si And Hilly looked us though refusal wcre alit or lime question Youll stay and sec It done sir nnd when its uiumncto my satisfaction will be time enough to ask for favors Mr Gordon send word lo tilt company commanders I wish to sec them here at once continued the senior officer w hit ling on his heel nail terminating the Interview by so doing It was III Grays mind for n brief minute lo fol low nnd plead He had made it tell many n time with an obstinate universi ty but he knew the carriage WII- SWIIIIIIIIIhl carriage load watching nnd deep down III his heart there wan keen disappointment lit would have given big slice of his monthly pay to go with that particular party and occupy the seat opposite Amy Lawrence and gaze his till at her fair face He wellnigh hated Squecrs as he hurried away to hail his Hrst sergeant give the necessary orders before daring to iftiirn to tha carriage and report his failure His bright blue eyes were cloiulid anti his face lluslncl with vex ation for he saw that the rearmost regiment was even now filing Into the Presidio reservation afar oil lo the north aral that no time was to be lost if his friends were to see the review The distant measured boom nf guns told that the general in WIOM honor time ceremony was ordered watt already approaching time spot and away over the rolling uplands toward time Golden Gate a omilry escort rode into view Hilly ground his teeth Kun amid tell them I cannot get leave he called to n fellow sub Squecrs lias set me to work fitralghtf nlng up camp Turn out the company sergeant Hrace lime lent cords and align tent s and n mourn fill wave of his forage cap was the only greeting he do re trust himself to give is after a few minutes of fruitless walt lug time vacnnt scat war given to nn oilier officer and time cnrrioge rolled rapidly away A second or two it was hidden trout lila sight behind time largo wall tents along the line of fcnci1 then shot Into Sail view npnln nr III ttt orl nt the ettil lie 0 e 111HIIIJ kfrH lnm l Ing eagerly for its reappearance And then occurred n little thing that was destined to live hi Ills memory for ninny a day and that thrilled him with a new and strange delight llehad nevorbeen of the socalled spooney set at the varsity Pretty girls galore there were about that famous Institute and he had danced at many a student party and romped through many a reel hut the nearest he hud ever come to Homelhlng more tban a mere jolly friendship for girl was the regard III which he held Ids partner In the mixed doubles but that was nil on nccoiint of her ex uberant health spirits general come liness of face and forum and exquisite skill in tennis Hut this day a new and eager longing was eating at his heart a strange dull pang seemed to seize upon it as he noted III a Hash that the seat that wan to have been his wits occupied by nn officer mummy years his senior a man he knew only by sight and an enviable reputation a man whose soldierly cleancut face never turned an Instant for hiM eyes were lived upon a lovely picture on the op posite seat Amy Lawrence bending ongerly forward and galng with lieu beautiful eyes alight with sympathy interest and frank liking in search of the sorely disappointed young otlleer There he is she cried though IIMI fur nwny for him to hear and then with no more thought of coquetry thnn a kitten with no more motive III the world than that of conveying to him in idea of her sorrow her syuuiuftiii- yicr perhaps pardonable nnd exagger ated indignation at what slit deemed nn net of tyranny on the lrt of hUeom inn tide r with ollh an Instant In which to convey It allillr sweet lace flushed nnd her ryes tlanird with tIll light of her girlish enthusiasm In that Inntnnt sue had kluscd her hand to him nnd then Col Armstrong turning sudden ly and hharply lo see who could be tho object of Interest so nhorhlllJlr caught one flitting gllmpe of Hilly limy lift lag his rap in quick acknowledgment nnd time minis that wcie nn tIll tip of Armstrongs tongue the moment be form were withheld for n more auspi cious occasion and It mIld unit come too soon It wax only four dn after that in itial meeting In till generals tout the foggy evening of time girls lInt visit to lAmp but lioth In oily nnd nn the tented Held there hash been several rp cklnn on which t colour hail liwn in conference with Mr Prime slid In company with time young italics It Ihnlled him with a tew arid siume delight Junior ollccr hail niono nllsed the time and attention of tin latter but Armstrong wns n dote tihscnrr and man vi ln loved nil Mint wns strung hlihiuiidfd nnd true in his own sex and thai was pure nnd sweet nnd win some in woman A keen soldier he hail spent many years III active service mutt of them III time hardy eventful and ig orous life on the Indian frontier He hud been conspicuous in more than one itt rn campaign against the red war riors of the plains had won huts medal of honor before his first promotion and Ids captaincy by brevet for during conduct In action long antcdatfil the right to wear the double lius of that grail P He hnd serum much of the world at home and abroad hud raveb much rend much though much hilt these were timings of Icsw concern to many a nun In our much married army than the question nJ to whether he had ever loved much Certain It waft he hnd never married hilt that didnt settle it Many a man lames so Iii they without getting married forgetful of the other side of the proposition ad vii uiced by horrid regimental cynics that many men marry without getting loved Armstrong would not hAIl proved an easy man loiii Minn on that or Indeed on any other subject which lie considered personal to himself Kvcn in his own urgi ii i In he rig ulnr service ho hnd lung fifcn looked upon nn exclusive sort of fellow a man who had no intimates anil not many ii lii hit ii ho a s yet officer anil sol diers he livid time respect and r trrm of the euutireeomuiuuuaummlevimu of those whom he kept at n distance anil few art tin nglmcnts In wlilcli there arc not one or two rharetcrs who mini not best serum and Mudlnl through a binoc r Without bring sympathetic said Ills critics Armstrong was scpiarc but his critics lunch scant mcnns of know lag whether he was sympathetic or not lIt WIIK a steadfast fellow an un swerving uncompromising nor of man a man who would never have done Ion a diplomat and could never hate been elected to office Hut lit unit truthful jus and ns time Knglish olliccr reluct antly mid of Liican whom he hated Vcti hllllhl is brave The men whom IIP mild not seem to like in the army nnd who disliked him according iyvee compiled lo admit to them sivs nt least that thflr reasons were con Irllel in time aboverecorded re prfiinUlc but unmistakable Indhe didnt lilcollicin Another trait unpop ular was that lie knew when and lion to lay no He smoked too much per hnpf nail talked too little for those wlm MQiiM IJJP lilt wortU RS wltnmr iWlnfi Mn lit never gonibUil Ji I h rarely dtnnk he revtr lent rcr tor rowed lie Will it bachelor yet Mould never mum u niesn limit kept house himself and usually lund some favored comrade living with him He was and dish not look 13 He was tall erect athletic hardy and graceful In build and his fnee Will one of the best to be seen In many n lim of officer at parade Ills eyes were slcrl gray and ileivrwnd penetrating his features ehemuim ute al most too delicately cut thought some of the best friends he hind among time men Ills hair won brown sprinkled liberally with silver his mouth an ad mirable mouth In every way was shaded and ha fli huh by a long moping mustache to w hlch Mime men thought and some women Mild his tapering wjiite lingers paid too much attention but doubt if knowledge of this critlelNin would have hd to the faintest alteration In the habit Gen erally the expression of Armstrongs face was grave and on dulymm trillt stern and not tcu people la the world were aware what humor could twinkle In the clear keen eyes or twitch about lilt corners of that mobile mouth There were lit live who knew the ten derness that lay in hiding there for Armstrong had few llting kindred nnd they were men There Ih cut not as lie drove tills glorious August morning to the breey lila ii i beyond the rumps one woman who could wiy she hind seen Ihoie eye of AriiitlrnnpY melt and gluts with love ts fir Amy Uiwrence milie its not dreaming of such n thing Slip wax not even tanking at him Her thnuKhU the mrmeiit were drifting Iwek to tint UMinlly HghtheHrtcd boy who Mood gating so disconsolately mutter them nil they droteawny her eye were Intent UJMIII an approaching group that presently reclaimed her wllldrinp thought Coming up Polit Ioho 4ieutmie lit rod II mrty of fomursisohdhmnu One of those wililrycd Jtn rth Ill Ill dUhiv ilcd his clothing torn his w rirls lashed Inhind him walked between Iwoarmetl Kimrdk The fourth a nrrprant fol lowed at their heels Miss lnwrenpe had just time to note tlmt the downcast fare uiRS dark mind amid nod refined when It wan iuuuihj nly uplifted nt sound of time whirring carriage wheels A light of rpfftgnillon nlinnM of terror llnnliril croM It with one Imillid the prisoner sprang from Itrtwern hli guard dote almost undpr th uinses of the startled team imdilartud through time wide nMn diiurway of u corner loon He wasiul of sIght In a second ITo uCaauInuu- tiuigiluig llritrr- A rhrmUt Is snaking collection ol time queer orders IIP wlfc from pro plr who send children to the storm for timings they need here srris few Mill pies of twpm risk child U my little girl I Pnt you a penny to buy two sit Itto t IKwders for KHMII adult who Is sikc Another reads hear Hexliter pie gif bearer pennle won of Auiillr Tuxyn for to garble Ixtbis Ihrutp and nblcagc An anxious mother wrtte i You will please give till led he hoi Knnuf worth of tIHII11 for to throw tip In a tIre mini ho old lialxr N ltlhe haiti titus a sort stuinmick ThU one puriled t drtiftgUl I ban a cue Niln In wy childs diagram Plcnip gltp my son Mimcthinir to rrlraip It Another anxious mother ivuoteJfy little baby rat up its fathers pariih plaslhcr Mend nn micedote quick ns possible by hit Inclosed little girl The writer of this one was evidently In puln hoC a hunt time III mar liikldis and wlrh wotd like it to lit extin guished What Is good for to extin gulch 1Il The inrloird sixpence Is tar the price of time rxtlngulthrr Hurry pIIIlnoll Weekly Thr Ilml llrM Seen A captain in n regiment stationed In Natal when paying hula eamMiiiy tlc other slay chanced to give u tuna n Trnimnal halfcrown which one would naturally pll Itenr the lit age mush subscription of 1iikldcnl Kruger The man brought It hack to the pay table und mid to the captain PJpase sir youve given me a laud half crown The officer took the coin with out looking at It rang It on the table and tlirn remarked It MUHII all right Hngstir Viiaammroimgmmltim it rc1dlhitIts nil right man It wCl pus in the canteen ThU apparently sstifislIlagktpr who llkIIlilT makjig tin remark If you my itn nil right sir It Is all tight limit Its the lint time IM Seoul till queen with lhrlerIonAnswer Vmsmiiinimm ienr The t nri of mr ely woman hll1 been u myslerv through the n gms but hn nit Kmillikon till founder of the Smjlhson institution ditermhiid that tin score should be n srcret nnlontrir One clay IIP saw n lpar lipplngdown a ladys ehcek and Instantly sought to oatch it In a small vial which lit oorrlod con IlrlInllserved the other unit Mr SnlliMMin stib IIhlFohlIIsi III ply ltrtanm in II salt with murltfc of soda nnd three or four allnp sub stances InIll in solution Youths Com panion When Ilir Troiililr lny- Do you think you can clcnr him nskcd the devoted wife of tIme lawyrr hope replied the law yer limit Im afraid Why lie lived here all his life sho Intrrruptcd and knows every one Yes and every knows him re joined the lawyer Thats what wor ries nmiuimugo Dally Xmms liirnllnu the Miirni Honrdlct with glnnco nt the lirnvniK- they mire leaving till club tit two a tul feel It In my bones Unit there Is u storm brcmml- nglhicimeiurlhnts n nenpntlon flint we bachilurx Unow npUilt1 ilOitiJlo ton COlllIcii Blood Humors Aro Curod by Hoods Sarsaparilla It Purifies the Blood Cures All Eruptions Eradicates Scrofula I almyumys take Hoods HurBaiArlllt lit time Hprlnjt anti Ill iuntticrIlIUlthurll Jalll Will Mich Kniptloiift thnlcnuio on my taco havn all illsut iseituvtistumet I tJ11II takiimg I1tHHI1 Har aiarlllii llrurcd amy iiUicrof catarrh AUIU HAMILTON HloouilllKtoil lid I lund Fcnifulit sores all over my luuU ami fiuo I bopui tuklnif Hoods Hiirmiparill1 and In low xvmkn I couUl nut set any time srts OTIIII II MOOIIC Muuut Hope Wilt SCORE FOR TIlE MENU lie Queeil Hi the Irrnrli nnd Mrueb llllllllK Omit IBU nlllt TniilluiliU CJiUon Next time tike a rt ton French rwuurnnt wont be M slifiremi moolh dont tame a ilurn whether idue behevn I talk French in my sleep and take a 1rrnrti she thinks dr1newM er or whether know a French poodle rum a ihtrhihumil- Wdlel Wh t the mustier now Last niiht IlhonhIr Id fin rht down the raid mil pckout rauirtlunt every couple of inches it IwHt rtafct If tImers one thing east eat its km fruit Well the timst round gut wu fonp with a dropped in it Well yon didnt to tat it The neil In pmtkr drew WM a plain omelette Iought of t cIdhai waiting for the real stud aihi Well next got cites lulled In bttlttr muti thus vfK iwodwiehe cowldat tur till foiever sad had to eat em Poor old chad- rh Rot nuamianti jausipedclear to the last thillI on the Kn or desaict tmsbaI do you think the waiter brought utf To lhn fcN Y IrtM Oh HIMT llntr Am Writes Mrs Arthie Youn 1917 flake Ave Wel Suwn r ibm Isin onre won free from thai lernhle runt pain had been MiHrrinf with over hue raus Ian oUWlnklulRd pleased enemy our6 nitolf k the twit mfthrm ever int in my life I art1MIhooftht would due Ilffur my hmhand n tensed from hit labor Kimr am tee Iron Mun man of friend art titttriM sml aay they wIIIMndftfoollofllHaIJROrl4 Sample hntlle will be tit to anyone nn rrript of 3Sr harp bottles rnnlsifiinc 10 mba tlm la no tiofl uhle hwan ton ttheumatic Curt Co 181 K ULr MU Chtcap III u unmtrr I Irr iirut Mm aHthwity upon rbenulir was bets hug before a veilknown uomoni nuts sail itluatraiinR hit rtmaika iuhuziwruuuuriitl All Meal well uolil he pumiids iomet and thin said IM ver rniit skary or the ladies wh ustoe wlrr eontaimni biunuth to leave the room IurlllJ this riixTimrnl as the Rare I am alxtiil to sit Ire hau a prrulin smaul for purpleWhereupon audirm sme shire courageous sisters rose and lied roam thus rtxwiSt 1anl GlobeaaTo CnlUornln lnleklr anti Onmlorl a 11 VU Chk 8 LnioB liteille aiMl North Weatern Uine The Dverland iMited leaves hOmage dimly 0M IV 5J arrivea lan Iraorwro the afternoon of third4sy sail I ABRfr next mnrning ehan e of ears All meal in JunioR ran lluffrl imokiaxaHd hubrsrian usmihilismbem rnjj hat of everything The Iacifi Kw re leave Chiragn daily MfA 1 with limit claw and throufh loornt sleeper In Califor nia Ieivoiulit dudf 5tcliufl5 every ThnrxU1 All agcni rl tuk via rago A NorthVi tern Hv li r full in foinnlinn mn 1i uu4 iJiifil iiiniilir npply to W II Kiikn1 1iftlImm r CliiiiK HI Wet ale iln 1Ir lie Iliuliliun YaU Itnoril Worith1Wcmei arc Invllotl to wrllo to Mrs Plnkham for fron atlvfoo aboui their health Mrs Plnkham Is n wo manIf you havtt painful periods backaches or any of tho more sorfous ills of womaN wrlto to Mrs Pinkham she has holjtoti multitudes You letter will bo sacredly confidential Lydia Ell PlnkhamsVcgotahio Gomnaund la known whorcvcr the Eng lish language Is spoken Nothing else can poss fillorlngmany Remember this when something else Is sug gos led Mrs Plnkhams ad dross Is Lynn Mass Her helping hand Is always outstretched to Buffering women Top Sn31- 1CODllIII Doubts 9Aa 1 GUNS EiVi FISHTACKLEurnaisrti liiiijrOWLL a THE SUNDAY SCHOOL lessiin In stir Inlfrnnlhinsil Serle tsP Miirrli IIMIO Jrsiis nl InllluMv House Prtiiarnl by lleclor C enlngton TIIU IK8SON TIXT MurU 2t3fl 13 And Us ntnl forth ARnln by the lite nnd nil tt mililliitle rciorlrtl unto Him anil ll nngln them II And sq llr pa 4tI by He aaw Lev Ihe acn of Alphcun sitting at the reo cilpt of cuiium and said unto him Iut low me And ho arote und followed Him Ii Anil It came lo psntn that an Jeiu ml at mral In hla hounc many publican tiNt sinner ssi also toctiher with Jems si1 ills dlielplea for there were many and they folunet Him And when Ihe ncrlties nnd Pharlstta paw Him with pulillcnna ami slntifri they Mil unio Ills dliclpteni How Is It trial lit ealtih and drlnlieth with publican a1 lnnfol1l1 17 When Jmus heard It lie sallh unto them Thry ilml lUll whole have no ntto of the phyiriclan hut they that nre tick mm nut in call this righteous but sinner In rtpeniane- el Aril ill dlnclplta or John and of the Plmrlsve used lo test and they come nnd Unto Him Why do the dlielplea ol John and or the fharlsrra fait Jut thy rtlselplca tact rot And Jenua suit unto them Can tbo cdtlilren Ihs brhlrchamUrr teat while this brldcgrocm Ii with them as long as they have the bridegroom with them they annul tact M hut the days Kill come when the brMftgroom shall be taken away from them and then sliull ihty teat In those 411II No nun itn seneth n piece of new riwh on an alit garment flll the new piece- tit hilled II up laketh away from the old and this rent mad wont B ltlIO man pulielh new wine Into old iMillltn irw the new nine doth burst the IwllUs and the wine iplllet and tht boltlea will be marred bul new wire must be rut iota new bolt OOIDKN TKXTn MaI1 unlo him IMww be Luke iT NOT AND COMMENTS The Irskon deuls with to events ilie call of NUllbew nnd the ttarot al Jatthees IIOIIM The Aral ocoiirred IH Mn or Jutes of A U S3 Till sec nnd tuny hate orriirrctl nt thu mine tlmr lbourh many think It tvan wime iRQOttik later In the nut iiiiiti 1nrallol Mvoiint of the Iraaon will bo foinfd In Matthew 9917 ailil ltiko S 7SO 1sM threw ia Mgrtt uro cry slinllnr lit eonl lrrlnn Ihe lesaon uu might hole the following point 1111nulieIO11IIA retell vs nSl- Maitbewa Cull Mattbew or Ievl hf U culled had his home lo Caper itlIum Hiaa n publlcnn or tax eut lirlor It la 101 prolmblo tnt ilia eon vrnlon wj a sudden ant It might linen been bul the reeL that botb he mid Jti lltetl IN Cop maum writes It jilnualbli that they hail talkcNl to lietber bro- 4u111iws IeastNot lung after he Istcamr a dlselplo Matthew 111 n hebt The wrilrr mint out that It v as apparently Riven vltb the hiM of KVH to thn IMOPtwltll vhnm bo hail Iltt ii ataoeialml nit tiprorl unity nl mretlnf JPH III thla emnpany MtrruMiny publicans and sic tiers pul llranti were not popular As chain tiry went elorlbiner who hind bough lb prl lIege of collecting till Line Thry tnrnetl over tilt purchnsu prlc of thin privilege and their mvn Income Hat n1C1 only by the amount pIthr could iHilteet oxer anti nltovu that required liy tIe Contan Koverninetit or the one from hnin they luau bought lie privilege1 It was nalnnil then Hint llic publican would fluid their ni soelalik among iilnners the wonl lmilyliiR lho o whuin the ilrlet Jcw ihoiiRhi unfit lo nanoelato with Sin urea Included Ihe onteflitt of society Matthew bltnsclf Will n lew nnd so nioro thoroughly deipUett by the Tews nt beiNg Ihe Instruinent of their on irr scir luting with ShuiuicrnIIic scribes nml iharlMe representing the strict 1tu uere ijulek to note the visit of loans to the house of Matthew nt tho time lie lund this tarty of publicans nail sinners Tbo Idea they Imd was guotl one tail company makes Ixtil snot nml nxin cnn itMinlly be known lay Ilio eampany bn liceps Cod liuil raited Ihe Uraelltes to bo n peculiar ide anil forbidden llient to Intpr sherry wllh Idoln Irons peoples about tlinn Hut the Mrllxk lund stat nntici puled Jeans ready reply A physician to llr up to liii calling must conic Into eoiilnet tvlih the sick that be may lical dltrnse The pliyslcliin of t Ito soul inii t no Into contncl wltb sinners that He may ae Iliuin- ItF anllnK lIIII11KAllloIIK the reo liyloii olnrrvances of that day was that of fiutliiK lenu and Ills disciples Old not rlllli and IliU tol gave n fplendld opportunity for Inquiring about ll ekK elnlly as It In Inferrcl fioui the ret mcii version Hint this feast occurred on one of time hutt lilt fast laJ x It set ins from Mnttlicus ne count Hint it was the illselplex ofIolin who really piopoundiil the question both for thcnmdvcN nnd he pbariiccs He imlnled out thin InroiiRriilly of faulty as a mere form After He uns gtinv then uonbl bey sorrow and fast A Parable ICCIIR ii hint rntti Ills ircHiitni by luirnblu He said in cf fid Mint till linpoxlnt on lila din IIplllIlIl thlt time of thu ancient Jew It Ii iitloin of fnstlnj would bu like lug n piece of new or nnslinm cn IIst onto nn old gui ruient or the put tiny of new wine Into old bottles Of enuire the fermenting juice would hurt the old tlilns APTKHTIIOUaHTa Keeping eompnny Is ns ilnngcr ons Rf conlrct wllh Infectious disease Men in sin nerd t lie helplnt hand tutu kindly sympathy of their Curia tlun fcllovs- Do runt attempt to test new doe trine by old forms Itellglous forms liavc their plnce but their oliscrvnnce Is no real test of char refer Jpeue III all lib illsrii luri went lo the very heart of thu mailer Me avoided tUpiite lull cminulnlci ret trlnclplr nur Inrrrnur of Insanity Much di rnyvn ban been aroused lately lijr llic alarming incrraic of insanity Our h1h ate of living in the came In the ruth for 1II0IlC both tacit nut women MR ret their bodies until the breakdown comes Fun heat wny In rllfrVI health it by n faiths nl tier of Hostellers Stomach Hitters Ily MirinK nil stomach ills this remedy presents icrvoiii brrakilmvii II IRIo an neilleino for constiwtion dyipepiia ant jiliouinctt 1iinn PiHiltmlrn Ifn girl nut male bitchy chocolate cnr unelt a nun tiiinkii tile inn cook Sucecia ii like n chicken if you Ret it oped up it ii woK to keep on rye on the onp When wiiiie women Ret the MUM the Ianiily Unit it out liy having to eat dried pmch pin When the truth Ii tolda1 our good resolution Issst loiigiT than ue thought they tiiuiih AfJt r a RT lute tnken three French tea ion sIte mnulo the F tenth shrug better titan her earlier Two fouls with hut a single thought mrprisc rvrrjbody by finding an awful iot lo talk shout Ilirth doesnt a moo to so much Indo trace often iirtMitl n lute Imitnticii of llm retract arittomtic air IndUnapolu Jour ual llcmsj TliUf We otTer One Hundred Dalian Heward for any care of Cauirh that cannot be cured by halls Catarrh Cure F J Chewy Cu Iropt Toledo We the IInd rtn J have known F J Cheney for the lat 11crfri and believe him perfectly honorable in all huiinit rante lion anti financially able to carry out any obligations taste by their firm Weat i Truix Wholesale Druggiit Toledo Waldint Kinnan Marvin Wholesale Iruigistn Toledo 0 hiehis aterehi ute is talien internally acting directly upon the blood arid mucous lIrfDC the system Prier 7V per bat tie Sold by all Drufgiitt Testimonial free hlahha Family IW1 are the hut Primitive niiintluii tellinRBlaitnti dm wa the lint hltinll createdshe aniiotinred solemnly was awfully hnney for one ta wbe he we Lord took a rib out of hi side11Ihl a woman out 0- 1Itlet Ail a in a mend to play with him And watut Adam sprieMl asked laie1Irltil h he nai to cCilalieolllNY Mni Iiii 1r Ititurnlnr Is Iowa a large at Maine Which in the ln lUndtf StsteY V bat elate is hounded by fuur straight iinisT 111Al1d many thrr Ursliuns relating to the geography uf our own country siimeied by the map fwule sent out by the Chitsfo keel West era Hallway Itto a di ccltd ira of the United State printed on heavy cardboard arid i lie puxxle fl5t in putting the piecte together so an to form a complete map It will be ruu interrptimi instructive to old people is well a young It will be sent lonur e smiling 10 cent to F lonl- n anti T A hiraxo ireat Wetem ltilwy Ckirafo III mark envelope Im ale Department Tlir rnvtnliiK illglit An Atrlunn man has been heneked dur log the greater part of hia life a wife and five daughters pnt his wilfhe has been obliged to lake liUl homeopathic pills when he wuuld lure pirfcirrd quinine to attend the Etiusculual chute when preferred th llautist and rntl hi women folk corn peflrd him to he vaccinated by a woman doc tor ilobe fl431 Irtlrrs n Imay The Icln A Salrer Seed Co La Ctwt Wi received 0131 order Feb 21 which n I monster day lint thry raped to double this number by the middle of March The Srm is having a prea liaile in itl specialties lhgYourve table There a wonderful demand for onIon rablMge teai and Iran seed hit ear Iarly fliru lIdh and lightning lIbite the earliest of this In the uuide wine world arc having a tremcndou sate the firm above mentioned it a Uipe adver ti er ant ue Meekly uew Mperi that tclll the story ol Sn Sure At a dinner in Itottingdean lately a roya letdtiiiKnn stated to tIll romMiiy the cii Inuj fact that ugar aunt tuiitac are the enl two word in Knglih whcie in ie pro ncuiuscIshut There wan liiuih interest nhuviM in the discovery when Itudynrd hi1s liiig wan heard from the other end of tin chic arc you quite auicCliir- ag Chronicle- Flue lulcrnatunal Great Northern rail way are pending out n map of Texas Mex ico and urioiinilinc terntory that bu tvItllent prodiHtion of the map artbnttu artistically anti geographically The uinp ia made on an unu unly large atlll arid posIbhtand tiket of the ry Um it 1alesline Texa is sending Ioiumap to irynne who ik lot it and en tlptc into ena iu kUmpt to pay iwiUge It 11 It UtOitF 9I1VB iIIIittlxcdI it KlKht lili mri 4ft ft 100 ItIMhtItriJUtT M nlNo3CornNo s inlxitl tt 01 tHycNiOJ1fIHluNtI5III1Tii4liOtrhnleo crittmcry a Sfif uc1OT1OIt3ttrCHICAGO KoritVlnlrr iwtenl 340 O 3 m aitMNWhffilNo 2 nil GSIji IWYtCornOnln No 3 fHiW 23HyeNii M It JOUKMwi o br frinsn LAItl HU nu 6 n Mf 5 NUW YOltl- CKlOtm Winter latent 3 alaitAIN VliiiiitNii 2 nil CornNo it DulB No tnlxwl IIi RlVIOItIlAltUHUiim 1iO IIAITIM01II- FLOITIIKntnlly 10 f 3 UHAINWhmitNn i rod iAt f Si Honllirrii hi ftiILIlornNo 2 nilxeil 35 IS OntK No mixed htyoNn 2 western rATTIKKlrtt iiuullty osiIIOOS WiKtcrn I ro INUIANArOMH QHAIN Whciit Nn roil JLorn Nn mlxeil w atisi 2 mlx1 If IOUISVIMU FJOUJlYlntcr t5 M ornMlxoil OMlH7WlxcU itCliti l m lfilln POSTED ON FINANCE At Iennt Tint Viia llic Inipreaclos She iuvc hire Slslcr Cluli Member It is simply impoMible to keep postedon iaughtcrYII indecxl it dmittcd the n A II Hut rumctimcii if you lire not ported you can wriggle out ofa dillicult situation without teeming so r ignorant For ex ample I was juist raved by my presence of dayIrofreal a 011 taper on iovcrncur Morrii Financier of tie American Revolution Who is title ioverncur Morris saida friend ol mine front the Fortnightly club Seeing to me never heard of him Ther were half a dozen women around and wan frightfully cmbarraMed never had iiear til Sovernriir Morris either you know a D A H is tuppoted lo know all those things 0 dont you remember I saidorriu was the titan who financed the govern ment and borrowed lot of nmniV to do It Thank you said my friend from tint Fortnightly Now the fact it know deer eon tinued the n A IL really knew nothiirij of it whatever except that lr f subject said that the man hail financed the governinrnt and knew if he did that he rnonaeyChicago Could CliiuiBC IIIN Jllud Irof llendershntt II well known in Pitts burgh as a roan of nibble temier and it n nre that he shows even impatience One day while traveling on a mrlrolll trolley car to vail on a friend he asked the con ductor to trarmfcr him to tie city street rare at a certain oiiit Soon afterward the car stopped arid he was surprixd to see out tide the very friend he was seeking lie started to leave the ear when ihe conductor arcuslnl him You cant change for your profesrchange tarn here tell you Knapped the oHmtor again The deep in conversation iih hi friend merely waved his hand to signify that the cir might go on without him Here cried the mien in brass button angrily dont I tell you hlareIseverity Hut Icant chianti my mind at this station rant Jolden DJJ Took Him llotvti- A former commodorecaptain of a famoi i trans Atlantic line while friendly and Ilitt- ll his MSMngrrs when below as H much the reverse if approached when on duly As he on deck one fine afternoon a lady quite unaware of this iliarity accosting nilft with MIme rithimig 1111 as to the probable duration of the favorable weather was surprised arid indignant to get curtly answered Dunt know maam dont know hInter and ask the rook Thr lath though taken somewhat aback quite equal to the occasion and ie joiiedlh beg thousand pardons Kxeuse me tiray thought was addrevmui Ihe ouvki Chillier Weekly Vn II hulcldff HraVcman The tinnbpy dropped dllnthe Ixagage tar a few minutes liD oninittor Iuor FcLuw ileit trouibe 11ip4014 think an lie haul one of his own I igams in hia itMUth al lh lime Uhitacii ICvening Xews tow Ittln lliioe Srnkrr I rnrslons The Missouri Pacific Ilailway and Iron Mountain lloulc arc now running series of eicumons to Ihct and SoulliwcAt Tickets on sale Martin 6th ard 20th April 3d and 17th at terr low rates Mans fold er time raisin antI illustrated pamphlets on appictintollnirlck llnclielor youlasttun your glove Why lie any man who made gloves that wouldnt button easier titans minI ought lo give up the business Well dear talc my advice and dont raitc any more time in list direction Stray Stonesiiuuouiui III in Ycnr l IlMil the story of tine Million Dollar Pota to also of italic llromii S elu 3eared Corn etc all great money makers for the farmer in John A Salicr Seed Cop La Cro e Vi catalog Send tage for ume and 10 rare sample of farm seeds lirir t Vegetable Seed Growers in the United States Ik Charged to Accoimtrathf r Youre al lonether too rMravnptnt sir Now what did jnii uiy for that suit yontr nil you 0011011It iti1you mutt think Im a chump You run Utt Allens hmEie IlCT IaroyNshako Into route shoes ItBuIIIoWIICIIO nwnliny lamp swollen iieliiuig feeL It tank a Now or tIght shoes roar A certain ctux for Cirn mid fun lena All dtuiggla nml Hlioontorm colt it ic Shun after the priiiwica1Ynui know r lIhilophilllhlIh11111111Harlem Life The proposition of the T M Tlobf rts Sup ply Iloine Minneapolis Minn foundelse when in this irsiir be accepted it once hy everyone 57 it JIkor eardtn reedo for a few eenl anti n tine free Wiirn you write them mention tints paper Time highest Itor military invention rt devised is lulloon Kllioltf Magazine In Cimrr It nlol lii Un Tubloln All 11IIJJlsISIhIlIl111101t1 failsto cure Como are nbout tint only thing that will tint a young nun of the small hoot habit LlhtOtC Macaainc Fortify Feeble Iuim ninl Winter with Ilnlcs Ionnev of Hnrennimd and Tar Pikes Toothache Drops Cure in one minute Deaf and dumb married folks should rev tainly be inispcnkahly happy Chicago Daily News u Thirtv inlniitra nil ttin llmorciiulrod to- ii 0 with PUTNAM FADKMCKS DVKS Sold by all drutrgktx Mars shnuld make it n point to carefully cultivate their memories attns onit 1iioa Cure it a wonderful Cough mardi eineMn W Iikrrlrnn Kiclen and Hlakc Ave l1OI The propir sic f T a lazy individual U eSCICI Il1Ij i Daily iiWs A NOTED JUDGE SAVED oY rtKUN Ilad Catarrh Nine Years Ail Doctors Faie J lioN 1MUIKJK KKKSTEV OF CHICAGO lion Hen Kcrstcn n wellknown Justice of thin Pence of Chicago says I was afflicted with catarrh for nine years My catarrh was locilcd chiefly in my head I tried many remedies without avail I applied to several doctors but they iverc not able to cure me J earnedof the remedy Pcruna through the daily newspapers After taking the remedy for 18 ivecks I was entirely cured I consider my cure permanent as it has been two and a half years since Iwas cured Any mint who wishes perfect heal must be entirely free frouim eat nrrhi Cn tarrh incll iijliiiimrrsil alinoKl oni nipreiiciit Piriinn is tin only absolute Kafcpimril known A coW is the Upin rung of eat nrrh To prevent eohtls to euro colds tochrnt ealarrli out if its lelllllrrhlLllnhr H U All or freo of seven The of Pdrlorafe Car SO in is are on the at IThe train l wllh Pnllnmn mnt In tnln ii free Clislr Isrs sucl Sillier trsln on the Cotton McmiiliU nir rs tht fsulrit aol phortf t mule Ten Write rout tell us wher you sea colni aol when nn with botbIand wilt ynn nnr ttkft with cost snd what tin ist lime ant eonn tlons Wswlll slto Tim n Illtlo A Trip to Texas W 0 1111 P A Tenn H W aBEAUME 0 P and T A St Mo Heary LaMar L of the Henry Comedy Co frcm Hiram 3J1 January 28 1900 Send me bottle o- fPainters LottoI thank you for resommendinj it lIe was troubled wi- thPIMRLES or pustules on his faro from which a dozen had failed to relieve him Ute LOTION SOAP in connection Lotion =aHPiCn l WaL1 DOUGLAS 3 359 SHOES UNION MADE 4 to 36 ed in with other nuK 7h lijrmer J X 1000000 ifcarom OffThfitrnulna have W ITi rnre and price f Ifjl stanjc en bcltoTi I tia itite 1mil to be V i 5i t 4 II6I cl jrithir jote an winii iin or cap toe Ill tree iOiUTt L Brockton Mass f D11BIDIH SCurc nil THtMt and Iuus AIPcticni- Gctth COUGH Srmiittt ftcfutciihtltutc HS Strr1E Dr Hulivirurer Trial tofar ft NiT IITlflHItlllvsrhRarp LJi iiIni uri wort Ilt Hoik to Tlr oni tiii dii tixe Ur 1111 lilllKX AtUntsn J fffn 0 Apple IJB r IiifRJ HJ Miivi r lots r ll11 w Vic uu tI utpolt ji a families Oiould provide tliom lelvawit1nncoy Pr llnrtmnns book cut i0tiI Whiter Catnrrli This book coiiHistB lectures on ca tArrh rind In prlppc ilelivered nt Ilarltmm Sanitarium It contains the information on the treatment eatnrrhal dlKeaRea Address Dr toni Columbus Ohio En route lo Texas 1 Itwill cost you only cents extra to ride all day a Cotton Belt Parlor Cafe Car 25 cents for a half a Passengers- toTexasviaMemphiscan take advantage of this Car which furnished with chairs has aGentlemens Observation Smoking Room a Ladies Lounging Room and a Cafe rhcr meals served European plan reasonable prices ntgbt lrqalpp 1lrn1night lth liMllnlne sM tlironrh tnieliei llolt to we whst uVetoinske Intercitlnx booklet P R WVA1T TPA Cincinnati Ohio ADAMS TPA Nashville SUTTON T Chattanooga Ubv Louis wrote quick doctors with the Worth emnnar lmlorsel DOUfiUj ECO nfrfa Irrallnint1111011 ATKINS latest Hart day easy In 3 or4 Years an Independence Assured yon homes Western Cnindi tho of plenty Illus ho hare become wealt or Otlasra Ciniilu or sddrcfi the 1ndff fjjcrj who nmit rot atnscs pamphlets rio fr of rnf t of IramlkTullop Uiii wnCanii1t or it tirl CAVKX Columbus Uhia KT 11ULMKJ This Dates Inii pia F L IIr hloorIu takouproJr rrorIoflorlnltodnt Indianapolis I r Williams Indian Pill ointment will cure nil liebiugIiiestumors allays tho llcli log at once acts us nouhuiec elves Instant her Ireiarcd for rudIoiiitgoftheprivatonri jomoll rn rccolnt cr lIe- nro cent and Cl VILLIUI c UevrtaNU Oulu 1 from IFactory o USER ONrProflt Our ItIELIIASewtei Ih Ur tvDal meet ncreusrr Attach mart sod AmMnrlM with rnoc of OAkorwal not tshlnot ltturtilhr tmrroAtTOEATIO llltlKADlNO SlIuI UK ll ai monmn the hattl l tbnsd i rood for pervlcr Tbs lh 4l t coMzhTlt of hit OVe VIMIKII eta i fckah In n lntomO VILV17 Puci cc wtab1 riedisatxcu1jnttprrum about lift wlJilo mlleiof Cblcasa Tb cabinet work IvornnnirnUl lh rndrsr sod em tineshejjich raschln esnfnlly tefted before iMrlnc out omeneancwfrienganc rcllo11JU8onmarhlne ll rnmplMl ei42 i1hetnate4Pithrsr rrtof eiprwi chsriM ant 0 torclptof ThlsesUloruonnntMwhnlruls frlceaon Hil ynn EAT wFila5d culL Mhllih d JOHN U MIYTII CO IW liOlCO W null Ht Order bj this No II n CU1CAUOUJ s1pr ttves Zilch IThstUlll Ctahfqfood2c SEEDSto lhnrstndirWsrraaWrrthea UUs LAt Trrh4 it gi1 Vtbetl UUIlarUii J Uliklell lutii i 4IIIiOy WIi Mils erin JKJbiib ftlmt t pert If yo9d tt CIII Ihrai Wwl ht sla filtrarrt kfrtf I list 10 DOLLARS WORTH FOR lOc kl if tars maass Bilk ili 104CtaCpihphIciit iObb fsi 54 lIes bI i4 betty nm itl-b Sttstfli vs I earth Satan asp PprlDl Uelwdllf r set Pines Frlind nt Clt Uf l llli PluI1 MIIIUii ll llrrotalo sit rr fteni Ciitlvttf warm iOsbbissdup- rhine iistui f uis aced this Ico CalI ad i nlth I titEI10 to Halter t Ladies and Children i without Escort En route to California should 1ofthe Santa Fc Route conducted excur petty carcs and annoy 51anices of longdistance travel iiarc taken off their minds by a special excursion conductor 2 No extra charge cheerfullyI GRADYIj re Railway TFfffi INCREASE Your CROPS Efurf fnrmer whether be has a few serfs or ion ilredt can mulacier crops If be wilt sow his grain with a Seed Sower lit cows eronomt I cally uolformlji Kiwi 4 to 8 trratn hour of any tcrd Lints hfv IftTf forttiflf In aeanon Kor year im bon rvroenlzcd sa Ih 01 rilfitle A1r If dIr wont urniih ltaidrcilour ISIPANY intri II- RUAWRS Ot TillS lAPER IIKSIII1NO TO HUT ANVTUISa ADVEKTISKI IX ITS COLUMNS PllOriD INSIST L1ON 1IAVISCJ WHAT THEY ASK IIEFU8INO ALL SLBSTITUTKS Oil IMITATIONS GREGORYS SEEDS I For 40 year the farorlta cfLtEO4with practical gardeners The new i cSp catalogue des rlbes all va Iriches Heft for It J J II OKEGOKT SOt Jtrblt fsJ Jan rEijiLs WhlHt All listfleet Cough Syrup Taatcs Good Us In time Sold by drugnlrta IA rr1 NHTER I Factory Loaded Shotgun Shells Ii LEADER loaded with Smokeless powder ands NEW RIVAL loaded vith Black powder Superior to all other brands forSIUNIFORMITY RELIABILITY AND QUALITIESII n 1 j Io4bIo i4ufz1ku VIA IRON MOUNTaIN R UTe The Worlds Bacltartum and AllrosrUound Pteaauo Hesort reached oclr eta ibis line Elegant KoKlsi Sublime Boenern Dsllithtful Cllnstei nesllut Sprints Pullman Duffel Sleeping Csrs without cuing rota St Louis Hedueed Round Trip Rates all year rouDd from alt coupon points In tb t7Lad Canada error deserlptlro and tlluitrsted pamphlet writ axsnts or n C TOWNSEND General ptnt and Ticket Aiisnt 8T LOOIB HO n aunt iii ill ofTr reh Brdn cots tnlhita pLaealic than bpslagrewttthntw4Il lTOln east knHo ollmol Ssbotii ant IlnilE TUErOUUTD 1rmutD tieEVERYTO PLACE GARnEt SEEDS III YOU fREIl relHU ctnrihuwnlit Jovuit of iII tUIT nOI TAlJiLKHtEU3 retail price is our Ui and no will ttni Jii TT fflT wg4 r14 ir JtIII OltrftlilklOanIJkutlJoJArdinEADTI1IS n1OntlllloVs tm 2qom t9 lJI iarn lDII1 umb1 AbbO1 1 1In OIlulI l =plol hOIual t tto Lelllleo Ik 101 ililw triwn 1011 kl Liry erarei lIdlb1 1i3 Ill1fZ Utt a icziIrlpieTillS UI tnl 77 ItNIrpd3 r cIOD as Hummer r r tp 1t5cIiiTot 00 1 Srree- f I inttT ii r tn C rAft aeii tahi I t irebi ui cc t ita iii bar floeg ire t itc t art qqo Trnthap OmIt I iLg Cit a tji ice 11 ihsarJ kq t1 Srni 1111 ike lien hrll Iiluce 09 sarir lwunbr1 rkl taut ID hsern han CAbbu rb lJwtI om t ll 1cI rooa Core tan U ether freet ri iaIInsa ih nibar ICNI FF rc1ofIl1a t lab IIII4c OSrIa form Qtbon aol tit it in every die bItt Ilt1 warxauitei hbt Cent rnmr 1 h Ioil ii Jwhat blt Tt flidhl nil ft1cl lay curl pi tai ihutIig lie shot kfT et at tUOb dsnierns5cr I tlii VI eli c4r thl lsInra in ssoe fanIii to Ih 5 froI to- rIHt lf llltlttt ffllHml t41ftIHlb ul frHHHt uago bVI I1Filf l rRn Ti QltT yppy 9Yt MiNP9I MINFs t The Close of the Term Ihrea Collego closed perhaps the most successful term in its history by a public exhibition on Wednesday night March 7th The exercises wen in charge of Prof L V Dodgo and tho B Rhetorical Class Tho music was au interesting feature and to bo commended for its variety as well as its excellence Tho A Chord Class and tho two Glee Clubs were greatly enjoyed while the clos ing duet by Prof Cord Mrs Lodwick was n piece of raro excellence The uuusuallmerit ner W DMollvaino of Oak Park Ill spoke earnestly on Tin Responsibil ity of Young Americans Helen 1f Hankins of Pawnee City Neb read a graceful essay on The Influence of Music Mary E Merrill of Berea roada thoughtful piece on What Woman Owes lo Christianity Marion Frederick of Ogle Ky gave an original poem entitled Suab lin on Squabblo Creek which was thoroughly appreciated by the au dience Charles Burdotte of Berea spoke on Kentucky Politics It was his first appearance before so large an audience and Ife acquitted himself wellThe essay by Grace Lester on TheI United States was something origi nal Miss Lester was dressed to re present a Chinese lady and spoko as a foreigner might speak of the United States referring especially to lynchI ings strikes and other disorders which would attract the attention of anoutsiderHarold Johnson of Now York City gave a vivid description of the cone which he witnessed on the reception of Admiral DeweyIFrancos Berry of Uockhold Ky presented her thoughts on Womans Position and Work She repeated some things which have often been said in favor of womans voting but tho strength and beauty of her essay was expended upon the workwhich woman alone can do in the home and school James E Ewers of Fredericktown 0ond James M Racer of Xenio 0 gave orations on kindredsubjects ehowiog the two sides of the same topic Mr Ewers title being A Crea ture of Circumstances and Mr Rac ers A Creator of Circumstances Both orations were marked by genuine and vigorous thought Miss Ellen M Click of Mulberry Gap Tenn read an originalstory called Jims Return which was out of the ordinary line of school exercise and showed real literary skill The last oration on Win E Glad stone was given by Raymond Earl Paddock of Superior Wis Over coming a little difficulty at the beginning Mr Paddock spoke with force and earnestness The audience was crowded and enthusiastic Many were standing dur fug the entire program and yet they were willing to sloud longer and en core tho music In fact we think they would have encored some of the literary exercises if they had sup posed the speakers were prepared to give another round At the close President Frost made- a few appreciative remarks on tho merit of the exercises saying that the young people who did well in such things would do well in nil their other undertakings Ho also spoke of his anticipation of the time when he could live in Beroa and bo u com panion of the students Such an exercise sent tho au insPir1ingmany homes from which our students como e So ends the Wintnr Term and a new term begins today Tho CITIZEN has a hearty word congratulation to the young people who aro march ing on through education to honor and usefullucsd und a sigh of regret for any young men or young women who do not join tho procession The Counties Rockcastle Countyv- 1thers Mrs Lydia William is visiting hei parents on Clear Creek Tho saw millof Owens Co has been shut down for a week Farmers are making preparations to sow oats and grass in this vicinity Tho mill dam of Geo Grillin has been bought by a company of mon and has boon torn out Johnson and Duloy have bought the merchandise of W C Mulling at Mullins Station and rented tho store house They will bo ready for business by tho 15th Tho citizens ol this place extend a hearty welcome to thorn To allay pains subdue inflamma tion heal foul sores and ulcers the most satisfactory results are obtained by using BALLARDS SNOW LINI MENT Price 2a eta and GO cts S E Welch Jr Disputants J T Miller has been quito sick for several days Larkin Abner has sold his farm to T D Miller for X150 James Lowman has soid his farm to Frank Pcnuiuglon Mrs Lizzio B Uoborts has been quite sick for several days Misses L F and M L Miller went to Berea one day last week on busi nessW T Dooley has sold his stock of goods to T C Cress and will move to Mullins Station in a few days If yoir child is cross or peevish it is no doubt troubled with worms WHITES CREAM VERMIFUGE will remove tho worms anti its tonic effect restore its natural cheerfulness Price 25 cents S E Welch Jr Clay County Buck Creek H H Daily of Jackson was visit ng hero this week M B Garrett is repairing his fence on the old Bond farm J R Flaunery and family were visiting hero this week C W Brandenburg has gone to Boattyville on business L M Garret was in Richmond with a drove of cattlo last week Carl Bell of Virginia is visiting his brother M C Bell here Aunt Mollie Gross died March 2nd andwas hurried at the Bond cemetery on the following Sunday W C Brandenburg was in Boone villo last Monday He reported a goodcrowd there but little business Much pain and unoasiness is caus ed by piles sparing neither ago nor eox TABLERS BUCKEYE PILE OINTMENTcures the most obstinate cases Price 50 cts in bottle tubes 75c S E Welch Jr Ogle M Harrold Frederick arrived homo from Berea John Hubbard moved near Flat Lickrecently Trigg Swafford is expecting a new lot of goods soon Bill Barley is moving to tho head of the creek today Miss Dora Smith is visiting relatives here this week Several of the cititzons of this vicin ity attended court this week Thomas and Harry Delphs return ed home from a visit to Washington Territory recently Thos Frederick sold his laud to Frank Frederick and bought a farm ion the head of Buzzard Crook whore ho moved last week The results ofan overindulgence in food or drink are promptly rectifi ed without pain or discomfort by IlEHDlNE1i A BOON TO MANKIND I DRa TABLERS BUCKEYEPILE r f Pl E CURE A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNALand EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 76 CENTS BOTTLES 60 CENTS JAMES FI BAlLARD Sole Proprietor 310 North Mall Street ST LOUIS 10 y Bright Sprite Miss Nellie Smith has been ill The in flint child of W D Mills hill Andrew Manning visited his noeli recentlySampson Kcou is very poorly will consumption Mnrcum nod Malcuin Smith hair I gone to Manchester Mrs U M Mills is slowly recover iug from n severe illness Miss Nancy Smith spent a wool with her sister at Flat Lick Mrs Gauds Smith spout n few days with her mother on Flat Crock Oliver Wagner is building a slor room at tho mouth of Big John Branch on Goose Creek andwill soon have on a supply of goods Mr Silas Wagers and Miss Lucy Webb Mr Liohugh Pone and Miss E Barker and Mr Malcom Smith anti Miss Ennis Smith were married last mouth You can be cheerful and happy only whoa you are well If you feel out of sorts take HEROINE it willI brace you up Price 50 cents S E WelchJr Madison CountyICollege II IIIITho wife and sisterinlaw of Moses Hislo have been on tho sick list Mrs Ann Grinstead has lost sever al head of cattle from blackleg Miss Mary Crows who has been ill for tho last three mouths ino better Mrs Florence Laino and sister law Miss Anna Lame went to Rich mood Thursday Mrs Mary J Hugueley the wife of George Huguely has been very ill but is much improved A good crowd attended tho Cap U Webber sale last Saturday anti stock of all kinds brought good prices Tho smallpox is abating in this part of tho county There has been only one death so far Mr John Ed wards West Union Walker Reynolds is viuting rela tires in Jackson and Estill conuliea D C Alcorn and W C Reynolds went to Richmond Monday on busi nessJ B Parsons has gone on another preaching tour in the moun tainsMiss Susie Parsons entertained number of young people at her home Saturday night J W Parsons came home Sunday but left Monday for Tommio Clarks in Garrard county to do some surveying for him- Misses Nettle and Myrtle Richardson of Bores have been visiting Miss Susie Parsons and Ollio Blan ton of this place J II and W C Parsons went to Drip Rock Saturday and returned Sunday with two bright little girls who will attend school at Berea this term Itlclunond Rev Quarles of Paris is conduct ing a series of meetings at the First Baptist Church Dr Gwynn who has con in attend ance at some medical fraternity moot ing in Louisville is at home Rev J W Caldwoll closed his revival Sunday Fortyfive persons made confession of faith in Christ Tho G W White Chemical Co has moved to Louisville this town being too small for their business Tho opera house caught fire Thurs day evening about 9 oclock but owing to the proximity of tho fire depart mont it was soon extinguished G A Miller has ont to tho press a collection of poems which will appear in hook form under tho title Kentucky and Other Poems Robert Adams of Louisville and Miss Viola Million daughter ofox Supt Mrs A T Million and Mr Paul Collins of Fnirhaven Washington and Miss Mary Bennett daughter of I Mr and Mrs James Bennett were joined together in holy wedlock this week Tho 57th regiment United States Volunteers and which contains a titan I her of mOil from this section of tho i State will bo mustered on Juno 1 WOO and those desiring will bo sent I homo Tho 557th will after that date ho made a regular regiment u bounty of SrXX having been offered to each soldier who will reenlist for three years more of service The boys of the J57lh are now comfortably quartered at Calamba near Manila and have lost only one comrade a private of company A since their landing in the Philippines in October 1899 SPECIAL DEPARTMENTS THE HOME BdlUil br MN FATE I rrrtAM iwiehor In tkrra College lust Before Ituiltline- Hv KLVYN llorr There is no family which include children within its circle to which this problem docs not occurwhat- to do with time hour which intervene between supper and tho children bad hour Below will bo found a suggestion for amusements which have given rise to many an hour of hearty fun timid laughter in our homo circleA PESXV lon YOUR fIlOCOIITSi Tim players are provided with pencils and paper and the loader aCtor telling the limit of time allowllIlIsl wally ten minutes announces n word which each proceeds lo inscribe at tho top of their paper as n starting point Then in perfect silence writes down in a column under lochIi worth a series of others suggested the first and the third by tho second andso on thus following out a deli nite train of thought At tho end ofI the allotted time the papers are handed in to tho leader who rends thom aloud and much merriment ii the result particularly if guesses as to time authorship 1m requested That it is possible for two people to start at tho word Boston and land tho ono in Armenia and time other in hRussia may Iw soon from tho IIlIhjoinCtloxamples Boston Boston Culture Beans Joseph Cook Pork Evolution Chicago Darwin Divorce Origin of Sjxjcios A Modern Instance Monkey American People Africa Equality Egypt Democracy Emin Pasha Aristocracy Stanley A line lady Gordon A pug dog- LuxuryHeroism Arctic Expedition Travel Whales The Eiffel Tower i Wlmlebono Paris Dressmaker French Revolution Dress Tha guillotine Girl Mario Anioinefte Boy Franco School Napoln Bonaparte Teacher St Helena Cane Exile Tree Siberia Forest Czar of Russia Jungle Assassination Tiger Abraham Lincoln Africa Time Union Gold Fields Stars and Stripes Livingston Flag The Congo War River Soldier Water Army Ico March Snow Battle Tho Alps Hospital Mountains Nurse Ararat Florence Nighton gals Noahs Ark The Crimea Armenia Russia Have you a cough A dose of COUSSENS HONEY OF TAIL will relievo it Price 25 cents and 50 cents S E Welch Jr 1 THE SCHOOL KtllttU liy Mw KIJIA II YIKTM Ikan ol Ibe Ndfmal IMiMMwem Itoiw Onllif There is n bluebird spring has tome and sure enough on the high I est top of tho grout buttonball trust opposite tho house sat the little bloc angel singing with all his might a living sapphire dropped down from the walls of time city above When these spring days como omit whole nature responds in n way tint seems to say that spring is the out thing for which tho world win i made tho natural under of things forever How limo Bunsliiuo woos lilt to now life to fresh growth to repeat the miracle renewed every year of beau ty springing out of apparent dark ness and coldness smith doadncss The birds sing their gladness from- IIl1lOlItruI11ld throats Wo are too reticent to say or sing time lest things that we feel hilt we cannot full some how to express the joy of living if it- t has really taken root in the soil of our hearts any moro than the flower bulb lean be content with a mans of roots and no leaves or hlossoll1- snrrlh1nIlLitInJlrhlnr I Tit aavr now for the twirl lo Ie lOll Ai for gnu lo l r grttn or iklc to be blue Tl the natural way of UlnllISome ono says that man nererI knows himself until he tries hurl things and in a vital sense i this is true but wo must live withour IIStltS many years and pats through many experiences hofom wo know time crson whom wo callacif But cer tainly tome of the finest relatives of our inner being come to us in our sympathetic touch with tho spirit that fills these spring days We learn then anew that we do lore light and not darkness tint we are in harmony with life and not death that wo long for purity through and through that we must grow hotter or else wo cannot stay even as good in we are To each ono of us doubtless spring brings its own message but lxsllre that wo cannot afford to miss any of the gladness and inspiration that can cOllie to us out of it by shutting ourI Itingwindows of our souls to thn light and air and sweutnexs of sunshine that waits to come in I Then a very common window shut ler is labeled I never noticed Lot i us try taking that down this spring The cobwebs are thick oror tho win dow Take the shutter off wo shall not want it any moro Wo can never bo content with thin dark after tho world of color and fragrance and sound have conic to us We did not mililingllIellclorth sympathy with child life and bird life and plant lifo aud lo moro ut in tho realm of beauty which homoI roots is goodness and so wo know ourselves part of tho great kingdom of God whoso blue canopy 1s over us nnd whoso love and law fill all things Dr Smart President of Purdue University died recently r THE FARM t HUte4 by s e HAKIM ImMfeer al lloill culture IterM On41tw What tier the Coming V ar The opening of another season is near at hand What have you plan ned for iU As you think over the past years has your farming been all you would like the next ymirs to be or are there places where you can see room for improvement 011 r llnn8 made for tho seasons work or do you leave that till the limo contest Have n plan by nil menus You may fail in sumo of tho things you plan hilt still you will have n helter grip on you work for having mado tho plans nod will bo boiler able to curry out nil you plan for in lilt years to follow harm you got the fences all in shape and how alert the way the fields mire laid out 1 A ro things handy umucbMtinnnas panels of fence munch changing gate save lots of time when the busy semi son sets in t How about that old Halo lint was ofT the hinges or crippled last year which you have not got around to mend yeti You have uHoL sort of used to it by this time and it dots not seem so bail but now do not go through this season still dragging that old gate around by main force Fix it up suit see if there will not bo several other thin R crying out to ho fixed too Maybe there in a place where you have boon throwing down a couple of lengths of rails to get in and out for n year past How many limes would you havo to do that when you tutu in a hurry to kill time enough to build n gate there t- Now a word about the fields Those that lisle beet run in COrti till they min getting worn should have n rest by being own to cow pens or set in grass or clover Timosts gullies that are beginning to appear should be Kloplttllromltly by little brush and atone darts lcforo they cut no deeply that your field is mined Clear those briars out along till fence row and in the corners and make iisoof what JOIIIofIcnlrCflulIIlligst animals froth pure bred sires than from scrub stock but it will pay Thus will IMS halfbreed Breed such to puro sires again amid you hue n herd of tllreo quarter broil animals Now you can begin to talk about your high grades and when time stocktrader comes around time bettor price that two or three such will bring will keep ono of tho toys in Bores nil winter Such things never come to a mss who does not make plans for thorn though What are your plans Tho mountain Sentinel says tho Mormon teachers are still in Clay county The greatest brush fire known in iiistralin for years raged there dur ng time first week of February A great part of over 2OCOCOO acres was devastated Ono family of ten was cremated Thu total amount of dom ago it estimated at f2T000000 r 11t 4V itr IAC S THE COLLEGE GREEN BEREA COLLEGE HAS 15 BUILDINGS IA YEmlvnoiYBEREA COLLEGE IOUNln1IIOver tO teachers TOO students from UO states Host Library In Kentucky No Saloons DEPARTMENTS For those NOr sufficiently advanced to get n teachers certificate I Trade Schools Carpentry Housework Printing two years II Model Schools preparing for Normal and tho nt vanctd courses For those HtilHelently advanced to got n teachers eertllleato III Farming and Agriculture gardening blockraising forestry etctwo years IV Science Sowing Cooking etc two years V Normal Course for teachers three yours with practice leaching VI Academy Course four years fitting for College for business anti for life For those more advanced VII College Courses Philosophical and Literary Adjunct Departments VIII Musio Reed Organ Choral free Vocal Piano Theory IX Berea General Hospital Two years course la the caro of the sick 4 Bores places the best education in reach of all It is not a moneymaking institution Its instruction is a free gift It aims to help those who valuo education and will holp themselves and charges a small incidental foe to meet expenses of tho ecliool apart from instruction Students must also pay for their board EX8nBC8lor term 12 weeks way ho brought within Ill about half of which must bo paid in advance Tho school is endorsed by Baptists Congregationalists Disciples Methodists Presbyterians and good people of all denominations POI information or Jrlmdlv advice address the VicePrttident GEO T FAIItCIIILD LIE D IJerca Madison Co Ky 1 r