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L lT60c v ell t Yen VOLt IIIIH THE CiTIZENro rnb1Wi4a uto bmee nlI I TUB OITIZIJN Ilereu Kjffr- tteretl al Iipl lm nil Itrrfi fty a4 itoM trfIallur IDEAS ttEven an enemy is goal for Homo thing if ho tolls you your faults Dont wait until tho train has gono before starting for tho station It is more important to be a good and smart person than to teem to ho suchIt is far bottor to laugh over what you have than to cry over what you have not A thief gets something for his sins but a profane swearer servos tho dev il for naught Do a good thing steadily until it becomes u habit habits may help as well as hinder Tho more wo do tho moro wo can do the moro busy we are tho moro leisure wo havo Hazlitt- Tha habit of looking on the best side of every mont is worth moro than a thousand pounds a year Johnston Thoroaro n good many now stub dents at Berea this Spring tern If you are not too wise already you had hotter come and join them Foreign News Germany is about to enter and oc copy tho province of Shantug China There is an exodus of visitors from Cuba causal by tho early enforce moot of quarantine It is ruported that 2000 women aro armlKlat Pretoria forming what is called the Amazon corps England has refused tho good ollices of tho United States in bring lag about poaca in South Africa Conditions at Manila are more serious than they been for somo timo Tho rebels are reorganizing through out Luzon attacking tho Americans and plundering tho country Lord Roberta hontcrOO Bloem fontein and is letting his army gut some needed rest before marching on Pretoria which ho will do in a few days Communication between Blo omfontoin and Capo Town havo boon practically established The famine in India is growing worse and worso In Bombay 403 die In a single day In tho great fauiiine of 1897 tho number of person on relief in tho month of Janu airy was a little moro than a million but now there are four million receiv lug relief This great famine U uu parallod with any of which we have record National News The Nebraska democrats and popu lists are pledged to W J Bryan Tho Sheldon edition of tho Topoka Daily Capital published the past week is a fine clean newspaper A strike has boon ordered by James OConnell president of the Machin iota Union which will involve 100000 men in the United Statos and Canada Tho Porto Rican Koliof bill has boon passel by Congress without a division Tho Quay case will hotak- en up April 3 and discussed until it is finally dlspolIClIof Mormon Roberts of Utah will in a foe weeks tako churgo of a Kansas paper and edit it for ono months as a Mormon would do during which time he will explain Mormonism and also toll all about how it happened that he was refused a seat iu tho present congress Kentucky News A Republican organization known as a Liberty League has been started in each county of tho state for tho purposo of defeating what is called u e gigantic conspiracy against their liberties Since April 27 1809 thorn havo been 27 illicit distilleries destroyed in Adair and Green counties by Got ernment officials For tho pant ROY a oral years there leas been but littlo moonshinhig going on iti Taylor county t THE CITIZEN1 Devoted to the Interests of the Home School and Farmt If BERKA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MARCH 21 1900 TLocals and Personals 0 M White Imtf opened a rcotu raut in Lester Hall J1tI Racur is just fecti wring from another attack of boils A goOj incklo intt and picfcfo Pen cil fort cciilb al the JPniiliugqflipe- ifrH Mary J Kqlly a wrll know lady ot Kiclimond lied VwJuesday of Just week The regular March term of the Madison quarterly court will begin next Monday Wo have a few dandy pads for 1ct Oct one before thoy are goneAt tho- Printingollico Dr E B McCoy who has hewn visiting at life homo in Indiana re turned Sunday G W Wright of Poytoutown was the guest of J 0 Burnam of our city last Saturday Miss Mary Robe of Camp Nelson Academy spout a few days visiting at Father Fees last week Mrs Morgan will have three vacant rooms for rent the 1st of April and will also lake boarders Our big bargain two for lvo cents pencils are hard to losethey stay in your pocket at the Printingoffice Mrs Mary Patterson and daughter of Lancaster attended the Alliance Meetings and visited friends hero last weekMrs Hopper who has been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Anderson Crawford the past few weeks left for Cincinnati last Monday The results of an overindulgence in food or drink aro promptly rectifi ed without pain or discomfort by taking a few doses of HEROINE Price Tr0 cents S E Welch Jr 1111 Johnston and R II Fields spent the past vacation at the homo of E C Scale in Owsley county and thoy must have had a very enjoyable lime as they asked us to give them a groat write up about it Wo received this week a copy of the puhliHhldbyW Webster of our city The paper makes a good appearance In its be ginning and wo wish Mr White sue cons in his enterprise Economy is not going without things so much as buying what you need at the best advantage that is why it is truo economy to buy pads papers card boards pencils etc at the PriiitingolEco you got more for your money Calendar Bloltori Free Mr and Mrs A S Mann entertain ed a numherof their gentlemen friends parontslalltloft for his homo at Lindenville 0 yesterday Mrs Mann will join her husband in few weeks It is reported that there was a con vontion of ghosts at Ladies Hall lost Friday evening One who saw thorn counted thirteen and another alleges to have seen the customary cloven hoofs and forked tail They wandered about the hall till ten oclockwhen they retired Wa find on our table a copy of Good Will Record published at East Fairfield Mo in the interests of the Good Will Homo Association for boys and girls In the list of contrib itors published in tho Record we find tho name of Miss Abbia Mcrrow our matron of Ladies Hall Deputy Collector Millard F West of Lancaster accompanied by two deputies captured largo illicit dis operationEighthundredof whisky and a r worm wore dostroyolBegietor John Mullins of Wildie came to flown list Thursday and tried to pass off oonio checks on our mar chant bearing the aignaturoof n Mr merchantshowever his theft a short time before his arri val andwhile in T A Robinsons nrrestodhimMessrs Prestpii Robinson and Cash yestenliiy atthatt ou rA PROCLAMATION OF IiI WEarepreparefto cloth you with tho Lowestpriced rlchly made ali lnwl aK In Amend Hflhllmlldo as It U of famous Vitals llrsw fff- llio only rfadjMowtar Clothing Tailored on astrlctljr scientific Luis In clean ventilated workrooms Perfect IIltlllg antI wcarmlitlng became the Inside 1 Vitals1 the very life pf the garment Is carefulness In making represents thewIllIptftdllure of time and thought and Is a decided contrast to the tailoring I 1the of I Than elMwhore How rail we afford to sell such hlgh grade Clothing lor less money Kj than elsewhere Our answer Is pure and simple Ours Is a modem store constructed strictly on projref lve plans our Clothing Is sold on the smallest margin of profit W I depending on a large volume or business The more Clothlagwe sell tbe greater our purchasing power the lower our prices thats the story In a nuthellCOVINGTON MITCHELL lRICHMOND KENTUCKY t4 t2 ZuZ t2I2aa aat2 I2 fZ2AI Mm Edwin Feo and daughter Bessie spent the past week visiting with her father J G Fee and house holdC C Logston writes his mother Mrs A J Logston from Manila that ho is in good health and that his captain thinks they will return to tho U S in July or August- A few weeks ago wo made mention that Tino Williams and son had dis covered coal on Bear Knob Some investigation has been made recently and a SO inch vein has been found to exist there A P Ramsey will op pornto tho same for a while and i will take much haul work to got tho coal down to where it can ho used College Items Dr Pearsons birthday is coming April 14th Pros Frost left lltSIIuNny to roo sumo his work raising funds for the endowment Tho B Grammar School has raised a fund towards the College endow mont to help in Dr Pearsons no otherS C Mason professor of Horti culturo and Forestry of our colleget expects to leavo Berea for New York a week from today Titers ho sets sailon tho steamer Oral Waldersee of the Hamburg American Lin March 31st in company with Dr C A Schenck forester of Mr Yander hilts Biltmore estate They will land at Hamburg Germany and go to Darnstadt in South Germany near Frankfort where the Limo will be spent in studying the forest and forest methods of Hesse Darn stadt till the last of May when the party including Dr Schonck and his forestry class from Biltmoro oDd Prof Green of the University monthsMinnesota will start on a tour that will include the Black For est Barbarian and Hungarian Alps and a part of France The Professor expects to visit the Paris Exposition and England before his return He will sail from Plymouth on return trip Aug 28th Literary Societies The Literary Societies elected offi core lost Friday night for the Spring term as follows Put DELTA President E A Chapin Vicopres A E Beatty Corresponding Sec J M Racer Recording Sec J C Cht pin Trens R H Embreo Sorgtat arms M L Spiuk members of Lit orary Board E It Embree and H 0 Tinsfoy ALPHA ZETA President W A Hubbard Vico pros H B Baker Cor Sec II H Johnston Reo Soc R S Board Asst Reo See D A Walker Treas Qeoi Pow Sergtatarms P F Shrock Board of directors E C Soalo W IL Humphrey and Ben Paddock Critic R E Paddock Chorister R H Fiord BETA KAPPA President Cv H Borger Vico pros J Young Cor See JW Haynes Roc Soc II II Clark Troas J H Washburn Sergtalarm AV M Mason i Litorary BoardLW Boatty at tPERFECT TEETH Aro tho result of a perfect physical system Our knowledge of tho condi tions which produce good teeth en ables us to put your teeth in tho best Condition Wo treat tho nerves and muscles and advise vim how to care for your tooth with a viow to giving you perfect teeth Wo do careful gentle work Last ling in its results and moderate cost Teethextracted25 cents 7Finest alloy fills75cents Fine gold fills150- A good set of teeth5 All other work at resaonablo prices DR V H HOBSON Richemond Ky Office open nights You can be cheerful and happy only when you are well If you feel Uout of sorts take HERBINE it will brace you up Price 50 seat S E Welch Jr Makin Sugar lWhen the lun Is shlnnln bright An the world quits lootln whiter An the Ice Is thawln out On the ertekanround about tier a good hearty freese Like to lit out tappln trees Long tore that I keep at work ehlrkrroun about Olttln elders whittled out For my spike an troughs all made Hunt my augers wouldnt trade My Job tot no other one When the work of tapptna dono So at we can ell b glu- Tutln sugar water In Tickled well as I can be Off I hustle to a tree With my bucket then hits fun Jilt to see the water run We keep parkas right away For awhile at last the day Turns to night n all the while Like to see the kittIes bile Fccdln done an nlght wood lu Supper over dont I grin As we youngsters with delight Keep the lire a burnln brIght Round the klttlis while Tap sits Kcndln som an Mother knits All right happy an content In the hours so nicely spent Nex day we keep btlln dowu An the syrup kind o brown Makes a teller smack his lips When he glts a cup n dips Up an tastes some to tell Kf hits glttln on right well When we git the whole batch done Suet hit will barely run Illtsto grainy Mother makes A flue lot o teacup cakes We eat sumo mong all the sweets Ill tcllyou thcys nothing beats Homemade sugar they I MY Takeaway your lAMes hey Well I like the sunn prime Sports iprlng n summertime An the of the tall MaVIn sugar beats them all IL H FnEDiuicK h IAN j I j JII 4 II Oca isu- N0 40 The of and it that we MS and ice you and up to a to 7 UWWIA J t In Dot In Qamlltr J St S Jr i or For a All All come J Office Hours 3 to M Ho a P M Ky 62S00 I TRY our Small Dimension and Picket Mills for Send circulars D D S Smith Main Street Ky Residence Mo 03 Office Ho 60 M300 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U1ASCO Editor and Vnnajcr HEREA KENTUCKY The post office building on Virginia Bun Diego county Cal is made of an old piano box It has been decided tint some change must be made by our army In its smokeless powder Numerous tests have well illustrated the fact that the powder now used Is extremely dangerous being made nearly en tirely of nitroglycerin A new instance of electric street railways being used for freight pur poses is found in Cleveland 0 where stone is being hauled from a quarry right miles distant Fifteen thousand pounds capacity freight cars are used nnd the work is done after the close of the passenger traflie Philadelphias Baptist temple has been placed on the tax list despite the exemption of church property because it was giving promiscuous en tertainments in the church building to which admission was had by the purchase of tickets which were on sale to the public just as tickets to any other secular entertainment are offered ranchThere is the rail handle of the western part of Texas that does not have Its own private telephone system and the barbed wires of the pasture fence are used exclusively for the purpose A num ber of these private lines arc fifty miles long and messages are sent nod received daily that distance without a break The loudest speakers In congress nre Senator Tillman and lleprcscntv live Itrosius Mr lrodns speaks with i long deep roar while Senator Till mat when thoroughly wrought up to his subject speakit In spasmodic shrieks Senators Lindsay and Vol eott have powerful voices but they are more careful of them than the gentlemen named Authorities differ as to the rate of growth of the human hair and it is said to be very dissimilar in dilTerent Individuals The most usually ac cepted calculation gives cy inches per nnnum A mans hair allowed to grow to Its extreme length rarely exceeds 12 Inches or 11 Inches while that of n woman will grow in rare instances to 70 inches or 75 inclines though the average does not exceed 25 itches to 30 bteimes- A u fnj hook of the cast India Co service in London was entitled by the will of a relative to an annuity of 400 pounds a year until his wife was buried To fulfill the terms of this important document nfter death he caused her body to be embalmed scaled up In n glass case and placed in the upper chamber of his house where it remained for thirty years but no person was ever permitted to enter the room where It lay The states of North and South Car olina arc having a race in the building of new cotton mills During the first fifftyseven days of this year 17 new cotton mills were commissioned In South Carolina and two old ones increased their stock In two mouths and one day in North Carolina 15 cotton mills were projected The total capitalization of the 19 South Car pllnn mills amount to 2835000 that of the 15 North Carolina mills reaches 52070000 A girl In Germantown Pa had an unlucky room No one can enter it without walking under a small lady tier Time mirror is cracked and pea cock feathers are strewn about in pro fusion Directly over the girls bed is suspended an umbrella which Is never closed There are thirteen arti cles of furniture in the room and on the walls are hung thirteen pictures The girl wears no jewelry except opals nnd will only heave her room cleaned on Fridays Payment of the bicyle tax in Franco Is proved by a small plate affixed to the machine every year but the goy ernment now proposes to issue plates good for four years The holder must have his name mill address engraved at his own expense but he Is sup plied with new plates when neces naryon producing the fragments of the old Should he cease to own n bpycle he must nt once deposit his plate to have his name stricken off tho list of persons liable to the tax The story that Gen Joe Wheeler Is returning from the Philippines to claim as his bride Mrs George IV Chflds who now resides In Washing tots has been revived It is asserted upon what seems to be excellent amr thorlty That the veteran soldier and the widow of the famous Philadel phia editor will wed It is further asserted that the trousseau of the bride prospective Is being completed In anticipation of the happy event nnd that th details have been ar ranged One of the ood effects of war Is that It cures Mm worst forms of dys pepsin Many officers who arc the the despair nt their medical attend nuts while upending their days be tween the club and time barracks come home tram n campaign with a stomach like the ostrichs This of course arises from the exercise the openair life the constant mental em- Ilomcnt anti very often the short commons Another good effect Is tho rather strange one that war cure nervousness of tho ordinary kind at HJ as lieutlac1and neijralgiu WHO DIED WITHOUT A NAME How brief the stay as beautiful is fleeting The time that baby como with us to dwell Just long enough to give a harpy greeting Just long enough to bid us all farewell Death travels down the thickly settled At highway shining marks they say he loves oI aim How did he find far down our lone bytvry Our little girl who died without a name We do not know the fond endearment spoken To which she listened when she fell asleep And so beside n column that was broken U e laid her to her slumber calm nnd deep We traced upon the stone with lovlnu fingers These simple words affections leers to claim In dreams beyond all earthly sorrow Ito gers Our little girl who died without a name She sleeps serene where fragrant mossy willows In sweet and wordless tunes forever wave Where summer seas In long and fadeless billows Areaklntobloom around her lonely grave In memorys hall how many heroes slumber We trace their deeds upon the scroll of fame I treasure far above the mighty number Our little girl who died without n name Alonzo Leora nice In Boston Transcript 111Nbstirring Story ot fyAtpy Life In Tlc iiippinesC- orfmlght 199 by F Ttncytoo Neely CIIJ TEn IV The review that morning had drawn a crowd to the drill grounds that baflled the efforts of the guards Car riages from camps and carriages from town carts from the suburbs eques trians from the parks and pedestrians from everywhere had gradually en croached within kicking distance of the heels of the cavalry escorting the general commanding the department and that ollicial noted with unerring eye that the populace was coming upon his Hanks so to speak at the moment when the etiquette of the service required that he should be gazing only to his immediate front and responding to the solutes of the marching column Hack of him ranged in long single rank was drawn up what tin newspapers unani mously described as a brilliant staff despite the fact that all were in soil ber campaign uniform and several had never been fo rated before In their rear in turn was the line of mounted orderlies and farther still the silent rank of the escorting troop Sentries had been posted to keep the throng nt proper distance but double their force could have accomplished nothingthe omniscient corporal could not help them and after asking one or two stray officers what they would do about it t lie sentries gave way and the crowd swarmed in It was just as the head of the long tramping column came op posite the reviewing point nnd the brigade commander and his staff turn ing out after saluting found their al lotted station on the right of time review Ing party completely taken up by the mass of eager spectators A minute or so was required before the trouble could be remedied for just ns the offi cers and orderlies were endeavoring to Induce the populace to give way a thing the American always resists with a gay good humor tht Is peculiarly his owna nervous hack driver on the out skirls backed his bulky trap with unex pected force and penned between It and the wheels of a newlyarrived and much more presentable equipage n fair equestrian who shrieked with fright nnd clung to her pommel as her excited mount lashed out with iris heels and made splinters ot the hacks rearmost spokes nnd felloes Down went the hack on Its axle point Out sprang n tall officer from the open carriage amid in n second it seemed transferred the panic stricken horsewoman from the fcUmut ic saddle to the safety of his own sent and the ministrations of the two young women nnd Iks grayhaired civilian who were the latest arrivals Tills done and after one quick glance at the ladys helpless escort n young officer from the Iresldlohe shouldered his way through the crowd and stood presently on its inner edge nn unperturbed and most Interested spectator Battalion after tmttalion In heavy marching order In Ihe dark blue service tines with campaign hats und legginn with ranks veil dosed and long wellaligned fronts with accurate trace of the guides anti ivcll judged distance the great regiments came striding down the gentle Ilope conscious every officer nnd man if the admiration they commanded Armstrong himself commander of nne regiment of volunteers In another brigade looked upon them with a sol Iers eye and looked approvingly Ihen as the rearmost company passed lime reviewing point and gentlemen with wo stars on each shoulder extended their congratulations to the reviewed ommander with one Armstrong olio raade his way among the mounted oil era in his calm deliberate fashion Iccdlcsfi of threatening heels amid crowding forehands until he too could my his word of cordial greeting lie had to wait a few minutes for the gen irnl officers were grouped nnd talking iarnestly lie heard a few words nnd knew well enough what was mcnnt hot quantities of stores intended for Ihe soldiers even dainties contributed iy the lied Crass society had been tolen from time to time and spirited tit In the lend of night and doubtless old in town for the benefit of a pack if unknown scoundrels enlisted for no ettcr purpose In his own regiment it eyttln hall Beep Ire strict that up loss was dls ipvcrnble but In certain others the deficit was great Com plaints were loud and the camp commander ailing possibly by comments from the city had urged his officers to unusual effort and hnd promised puny ishment to the extent of the law on the guilty parties whenever or wherever found Kvcn as he was exchanging n word with the brigadier Armstrong heard the exclamation Hy love theyve caught another for with n grim smile of gratification the camp conminidcr had read and turned over to his alum bunt general n brief dispatch just bund ed him by n mounted orderly who had galloped fast One of your irreproachable Arm strong said one of the staff with something half sneer half taunt as he too read and then linseed the paper to the judge advocate of the division Armstrong turned with his usual de liberation There was ever about him a quiet dignity of manner thot was time delight of his friends and despair of his foesWhat Is his name he calmly naked That young fellow at Cankers head qUnrtcrs you took so much Interest In a tiny or so ago was the reply That does not give his name not identify him as one of my men sold Armstrong coolly Oh well didnt say he belonged to your command was the stall officer response You devoted a good deal of time to him thats all Possibly you suspected him If you mean the young soldier In Gordons ofllcc tecnth Infantry I would be slow to suspect him of any crime said Armstrong with some thing almost like n drawl so slow and deliberate was his manner and now the steel gray eyes and the fair clearcut face were turned straight upon the snapping black eyes and dark features of the other There was no love lost there One could tell without so much as off then That commissary sergeant gave him away the very evening you were looking him overlie got wind of It and skipped and today came back in handcuffs All of which maybe as you say and still not warrant your reference to him as one of my Irreproachable answered Armstrong and It will take more than time evidence you refer to to make me believe him guilty Hy this time much of the crowd and awaytimeting earnestly together while their stuff officers listened in sonic impa tience to the conversation just record ed cTbolh knew the fault wax no- tArmstronghut it was jarring to have In sit and hearken to the controversy Boat ever twit or try funny buiinrt with Armstrong once said n regi mental sage lie had no sense of hay mor of that kind Those who bet knew him knew that Armstrong never tolerated unjust accusations great or small In his desire to sa an Irritat ing timing to n man he both envied and respeeled the staff officer hud not eon fined himself to the facts and it proved n boomerang It wns true that two days before calling at Gordons official tent while several other ollleers were present at nn Investigation then going on Armstrong was teen to be greatly Interested in time appearance and tech mony of Gordon young darkeyed clerk and after the conference nsked many questions about and finally asked to speak with him Then young Morton was ngaln missing when he was wanted and the next heard of him he wns either ab tout without leave or a deserterAnd once again Armstrongs eyes had lighted on that boy Sealed opposite Miss Lawrence as the carriage whirled across Point Lobos avenue nnd watching lace unobtrusively lit saw the sudden light of alarm and excitement In her expressive face heard the faint exclamation as her gloved hand grasped the rail of the seat felt the quick sway of the vehicle as time horses shied In fright at sonic object beyond his vision Then ns they dashed on he hind Keen time running guard and jut vanishing within the portals of the corner building the slim figure of time escaping pris oner He nw time quivering hands tearing nt their fastenings lie knew he had seen that figure before now He turned to the driver and bade him stop n minute but It look 50 yards of effort before the spirited horses mild be calmed and brought ton halt nt the curb To the startled inquiries of Mr Prime anti his daughter ns to the sauce of time excitement nml time running nnd shouting he answered simply A pre oner escaped I think and sent n passing corporal to inquire time remit The man lame back In a minute They got him easy sir lie hnd no show His hands were tied behind his back amid he couldnt climb was the brief report They have not hurt him I hope said Armstrong No sir He hurt Ihem one of cm nt cast before hed surrender when they nabbed him In town This time he submitted all right Bald he only ran In for a glass of heel amid was laughing like when I got there Very well Thatll do Go on driver We havent n minute to lose If we are to sec the review he continued rls he stepped lightly to his Kent saw nothing of this affair said Miss Prime What was It nil about tNor could I act added her father I heard shouts and ufter we passed saw the guard but no fugitive it Is just ns well Indeed Im glad you didnt uncle answered Miss low renee turning even as she spoke and gazing wistfully bad lie looked so young and seemed so desperate ant had such aIdont know hunted look on his face poor fellow And then time carriage reached the entrance to the reservation nnd the subject amid the second object of Miss Law icnces sympathies evoked that day were for time time forgotten Possibly Mrs Oarrlion wns partly responsible ff this for nidly had they tttr4tthe bend In the roud thnt brought them in full view from the left or southern lank of the long line of masses In which the brigade was formed than there carte cantering up to them nil gay good humor nil smiles and raiicy coquetry their hostess of the evening at the generals tent She was mounted on n sorrylooking horse but the habit was n trlumphpf art and it well became her petite rounded figure No one who really analyzed Mrs Frank Garrisons features could say that she was a pretty woman No one who looked merely nt the general effect when she was out for conquest could deny it Col Armstrong placidly oh servant as usual was quick to note the glances that shot between the cousins on the rear seat as the little lady mine blithely alongside He knew her mind saw that they were beginning to bens wise ns he for the smiles with which they greeted her were but wintry re fleet ions of those tint beamed upon her radiant tare Prime paterfamilias bent cordially forward in welcome but her quick eyes hind recognized the fourth occupant by this time nnd there was a little lees of assurance In her manner from that Instant How perfectly delicious she cried I fenced front what you said yesterday you werent corning anti so never or dered the carriage but cane out Inllal- lIIIel cnnt stay on horseback with such n wreck ns this lot every decent horse In the Presidio had to go out with the generals and stuffs you know mind I had to take what I could tboth horse amid escort she udded In a con dentin tone OHMayI present Mr Kills He knows you all by ramie already The youth In nttlIllalll and n McClellnn tree two sizes too big for him lifted ids cap and strove to smile he hind ridden nothing harder than a park lunch before that day rank says I talk of nothing rise Hut where Mr Gra1 Surely thought he would be wlthyou This for Armstrong benefit In case he were In the least interested In either damsel Mr Gram woe detained by some Ilm ties In camp explained Miss Prime with just n trace of reserve that wns lost upon neither their new companion nor the colonel It settled n matter the placid officer wns revolving In his mind Pardon us Mrs Garrison he sold briefly We must hurry Go on driverOh I con keep lip wall the indomit able nnswrr even on this creature And Mrs Garrison proved her words by whipping her Mewl Into n lunging canter and sitting him admirably rode We will drive you toms at once gnllnnlly nlongttdr and just where Mr Prime could not but sec nnd ml ml re since Col Armstrong would not look at nil lie had entered into nn explana lion of the ceremony by that time well under way and Miss Lawrence great soft brown eyes were fixed upon him attentively when prrhnps she should have been gazing at the mnncuvrrx Like those latter possibly her thoughts were changing direction Not ten minutes later occurred the collision between time hack and time heels that resulted In time demolition of one anti demoralization of the rider of the victor While the latter was led away by the obedient Mr Kills lest the tight of him should bring on another nervous attack Mrs Garrison wns auf fering herself to be comforted Ilex nerves were gone but she hnd not lost her head Lots of Presidio mammies nnd damsel were up on tine heights that day In such vehicles ns the post afforded Nonr nppcnred In nnythjng KI stylish anti elegant ns time carriage of time Prime party She urns u new amid comparative stranger there und it would vastly enhance her social prestige she argued to be seen in such swell surroundings With n little tact und management she might even arrange matters so that willy hilly her friends would drhe her thither InMcnd of taking Col Armstrong hark to camp flint would be n stroke worth playing Sue owed Stanley Armstrong a bitter grudge anti lord nursed It long She hnd known him ten years anti hared Mm nine of them Where thll1l1II1111 when It really matters not In the mummy people meet nnd part In a hundred places when they never expected to meet ngaln She lint married Frnnk Gnrrlfcon in n hnnd gallop said the gar rlson chronicle before sue hud known him two month cahd time mm before he knew her ntnllsnld the women She was four years his senior if the chnplnin could be believed nnd five months his junior If she could What ever might have been the discrepancy In their ages tt the time of the ceremony no one would suspect the truth who say them now It was he who looked aged mind careworn and linrntsFcd nod she who preserved her youthful bloom And vivacity And now ns she reclined as though still too weak and shaken to leave the carriage mind return to saddle her quick wits were planning the scheme that should result in her retaining amid his losing thn coveted sent There was lit lit tine to Most of the crowd had scattered nnc Juie well knew that he ras only waiting for her to leave be fore lie would return Almost at the Inrt3il lice opportunity cnme A coy J Bred wp n reined suddenly nlocg di and kind and sympathetic voices hailed her Do let us drive you home Mrs Garrison you must lave been terribly sunken She recognized nt once time wife amid daughter of n prominent ont Cir of time post Oh how kind you arelIhl cried I was hoping some one would come indeed did get n little wrench led then ns she moved with a sudden gasp of pain she clasped Miss lawrcncc extended hand Indeed you must not move Mrs Garrison said that young lady We will drive you home nt once Miss Triune amid lice father were adding their pleas She looked up smiting faintly- I fear I must trouble you she faltered Oh how stupid of me limit about Stanley Armstrong I havent rvcn thanked lmhnwellhe knows Weve been such good friends for years dear old fellow To lie Continued HONORING HER SON The Slather of llnhrrl liiinli Mrrrn on nl n Mrniorlnl SI rr Inn In Itdiubnrah Perhaps the first person to believe In the genius of Robert Louis Stevenson was his smother She was devotedly at Indict to him throughout his life and realized ids value to the world long before the world gave him n hearing It was her lot to live to mourn Ids death limit she was comforted In her trouble by the sympathy of two na done Sonic time after his denth a great memorial meeting was hell in IMIn burgh For hli mother ny time nutlior of Stevenson Ldlnburgh Days It was a gala tiny She started fur Music hall not too early feeling sure of a scat with n reserved ticket In her sand She hind declined to sit on the platform and preferred to be a simple unit In the nudlcnc Tint crowd was beyond expectations Mrs Stevenson arrived to find ever passage blocked and n surging mass at the main entrance clamoring for ad mltlanre Slue feared that she with them would be turned away but as n forlorn hope she appealed to a policeman Its mine use Its fn he said re serve euts were tncn an hour ago bj folks that had mine tickets amid the would na gang out I must get ml cried Mrs Steven sou roused out of her usual calm Ive n right to get In I am Hobctt loul Stevensons mother Aye youve the hut right the po lleemnn replied and turning to tis crowd he cried ink wny there She mamma get In Shes Koaberl louls mlther People who hind thought themselves packed too tightly to move somehow packed closer amid let Mrs Stevenson squeeze pastI- lrenlhless hustled anti for once with her mantle anti bonnet n little awry much against her will the crowd pushed her to the platform There she hastened to take n back sent anti a few minutes Inter she heard the orator of the day Lord Hoscbery soy with an emphasis which the audience understood well111s mother Is here Youths Companion IRISH SUPERSTITIONS Story or n Stone Taint Warn llrllrrrd- In Ininriii n Icrnlclnun Tower familyLandedcalled the Neoguc probably part of some Image with which the owners used to nuke the weather to their Ilk ing One day n party of tourists vie Ited Inishken heard of the Neogue papersThelay either hUll not known of this sur viral of paganism or thought that no one else knew of It but when time timing wns made public he decided to act So he visited the Island took tilt Neoguc and broke It up into tiny frog menu and scattered them to the four winds The priest was sacrosanct but the Islanders vowed vengeance and an unfortunate man of science who line lived sonic time among them was pitched upon as certainly time person who hind made the story public Thin man after some time returned to com plete his Investigations nt Inlihkca and was warned of danger but he laughed nt time Idea and said the people were his very good friends ns indeed they hind been However he was hard uponhimplctcly recovered Indeed tiled in con sequence of his Injuries some years laterProbably a like fate would befall anyone who touched the cursing stone on Tory which Ivan turned on time Wasp gunboat after she brought a posse of bailiffs there to levy county cess and ns every one knows tho Wasp ran on Tory and lost every soul on board Only tho other day I heard that n fish buyer stationed there din pleased the people the owner of the stone turned it on him anti n mouth after time buyers wife committed sul clde Ulackwoods Magazine Vain Itrgrrtn- Heglnnld OHnffcrty Since learned to love youse Angelina almost wisht Id never learnt tel smoke It takes so much money ter satisfy me crnvln1 fcr cigarettes tint Im frald Ill never save cruuff tel gilt married N Y Journal Not Worrying candyJolmnydinner Johnny You ought to know more about my appetite than that mamma Brooklyn Life A Xcw Ilennlllon rel1tJlehots n laughingstock mindCobwiggerThe necktie ti innnj wife buys him Town Tcplcs SMALLPOX DISTRIBUTORS fort the Orrnm Are Nurliircil nnd the DliruiB In Hprcnil It would seem that people will never learn to be careful The recent Ing spread of that dire phlemlcjRinalliiox tliroiiKlioit dllTercnt sec lions of the country lias been traced by physicians and sanitarians In ninny Instancca directly to the moldy and trotting layers of paper and panto which cover the wallu of mummy houses The practice of laying layer after layer of paper on n wall using com mon flour paste Is especially calcu lated to crenta homes for disease germs People could not do more to effect such n result If they tried Tho rotting vegetable matter of orals caves from which nro ready to dart forth tho Infection at every opportunity There Is no excuse for thin practice ns walls mill ceilings can bo coated with a pure cleanly anti niinttnry nm Icrlal like Alabaxtlne for Inntniiec at no greater expense Alnlmntlnc Is a rock bnso cement which Incorporates Itself with the wall or ceiling It Is easily applied comes ready to mix t with cold water requires no washing or scraping before renewing or re tinting Is beautiful longlasting and safe For walls that Have been Infected nothing Is equal to Alabastlno as a disinfectant to render them pure and clean and the rooms once mow hub m JSOA hit ormiii policy inunly hn few strike Ing features ag DniMUh 9 V e I lSpringMedicine i 1 TherorJ no season when guest 9 4 medicine U so much needed as In A Spring and theres no medlclna which does ho much good in I Spring lee itootis Smranlutrllln y In fart Spring Mcdiiinu Is army u q 4 other nnmo fur Hood Himnpn dVI rllln Io not delay taking It o Dont put It off till your health A i tuna guts too low to bo hif- tedHoods J- J 1 5 Sarsaparilla 5 Will giro you n good appetite f purify and enrich your 111Aovercome that tired glee r trcngtimand 0 o- aU for IIOO1VH and bo sure hunt o t J you get llotals tho lost medicine 0Amoney run Lay tier n bottle J TODAY All drlllrlrl11I lrioulf ABs i Tr SECURITY Genu- ineCarters Little Liver Pills Must Boor Signature of Ste r c5lmlU Wrapper tkiow- Yry u n4 a our to take ns rofor HEADACHECARTERS iTTir F0l BILIOUSNESS I VERFOR TORPID LIVEn JPI tl COHS1IPATIOM fOR FORTHECOMPLEXIOn SALLOW SKIH t ro rs IUIIIIIVlfU YYY1- ti lo iiLCURE DICK HEADACHE Hoary LaMir of the Henry LaJIar Comedy Co wrote from Hiram Mo January a8 zgco 1 Send mo another bottle o- fPalmers Lotion quick I thank you for recommerdlng it He was troubled with PIMPLESor pustules on his face from which a dozen doctors bad failed to relieve him Use LOTION SOAPI- n connection with the Lot- ionWULUIDOUCLAS S335O SHOES 118 N Worth4toGcomplred Indorenl by onrJThe 1000000 enufne WearerIDough name e istamped oo bottom Take no lubilltute claimed la bt Ys rood Your denier thould krrn themIf- sot we lend aalr ayeekind or leather ttalit and width plain or cap tot Cal Ire IUITrlUlI L W lotklon Marc DLEu11sCOUGH WhooplngCuighUnexcelled quick sure remit lubslltutei prBYUaHNscrmt f1JNoanor 7la1aoJrrpm q FIFTYSIXTH CONGRESS 11JiIi i1lrat Session WimlilnRton Mnrch lOBenftteTJio lip wllhntorlwonmlnltmalnlalnedthntdpnl thebilltnkellAIrllrllllmdRndMon 1enittefluringnlmoit iloorInconamutlonnlIhllll IIlhtylxIrhntelou vKor the second time within n theHousoIneo It A Vlsu Will given tho sent tromthothoItelluhllclln theltriUtIirt urhelltlapsed Washington March USenatolVr MrAllenthe llnanplnl nutMlon Iloth announced culnilKreportsto hltllnUnmeasure nearly was uncontilutional wouldhosupreme court llou eThe last Irclilallvo step In the tnkenhellwas attotitetl by n vote of yeas 1M nays senatehiattPresidenttCiII1iCYmeanure to make it a law Vaeuinton March ItSnoteTo are RiimenU were recnted to tIle senate In which almoni antlpodlcal poMtlonn were otlulurRdothat tho constitution could not extend over HIAtfIIhlle mllhlermanenttssePNiofltional questions the two penatora were In oppeacdtoany of the Insular territory becoming a tort rf the Inlted rltaten or Any of Im In nl ltMt elllien of tile Tnltnl Hlale nllrorrlftllllnPupped the Nicaragua canal Mr nw hill the IM question Mr Howard of 111111Iullo relating to tie 1hll lane policy In the ortfii Mr Rocker of Missouri the ad vittHllty of electing senators by tlw ix lie niHi Mr tout oil 1111 rallied to Mr I tinshltimi at private lulls retorted by the claims and war claim committee Illlln were passed to settle the title to real tale n the city of Panta l N M end Ir He relief of Innma Iaul The llm of ruluratrta appropriation Mil carrion 1fJl1I AVnsliltiKton March 11 HnntoIor- itirI7 tlflrq lflUfll the penCte ha1 under i PcI55nn mil apiiroprlatlnit tlKC lqrtnItkwhen the quay ease was railed up Mr rniBKton preventM an elr irmtn aritu neni airalnst the seating of Mr Quay itl the remaInder uf the soaslon t n ume l In a running IIloll of the constitutional flllon Involrnl louse Tho DMrlet of Colurnbln appro Ia4Ivn abnndoneil Ft Hay military nter Hllon to Iho state of KanMin for use nn iin experiment station Sidle normal thfMIl and putillc park purpos Washington March Senate After a debate at times splrlid extindinK over twirl of tai MS the senate teased the Inrto Illcan relief appropriation Mil A tssbeI the mf rirr1ea HOE the preMilent IXIHK authorlteil to use that sum for imttllr eduentlon hll works unit other governmental ant public pur IMwn In inno Itlro Other Mils were iwssrd IleUtlng to the arrountn of tnlt Ill tilaleo marshals and the clerks of the districts court for the territory of Utah to amend the Itevtsei Htatute relating to the slsnlnx of tills of exceptions dayIntwo liixirs were spent In the dlocusalan nf a hill to pay Representative Hwanson it for extra expense incurred by him In hi raCiest In the last congress tot the Mil was ultimately abnndone1 huts svirc inssrd In pSy J A Varo tXTV for rru ire In tile construction of the Mound fly national cemetery t ttler tun claim of jochuu Illshnp for services n lieutenant commander fuel lllalf the100aREIGN OF LAWLESSNESS The Cnvrrnor nf Xoulli Cnrnl Inn Cnllril on fur Troops lo Mil In Hiitirriilntr Illnimler Colunililo 8 C Mnrtlt ITThe ida I ion agent anti other citizen of JCve fiM8 Urnniritiuri county ttlijfrnplicd tIll guvornor Ixfffjliif trocm to pro tiit tlirm front white rculntom who hail tWill laltnl tin town licnt peo ple while 0111 lilnck nnd proinlhed In return nut Kill them Work on the MirrotinilliiK furnm hntl lioin utoppeil nnd the jicoplc ilrlvtii from their IniKlnettftTlio nwrnor ttIcffrnphctl tlic hcr lIT to rlitr tiorowi till country with n poiu e anil jlve protection till troops couhl he unit If needed The ontiip of the liiwlisniicHs Is tin Unown Vnr lili irnl tit Chtnii WnMhliiRtun Mnrch 17 Secretary Ititiff cnblcil hid met lotus to Atlin SVntison nt Ciivlle to MIII n wnmhlp to Tnku Chlnn nt tho mouth of Hc Tltlio river to look utter Ainerlcitn inlaalonnry IntoriMtN that are threat ineil He him left the detection of the tthip tOtIIliVbflthiOu- iInr AVotristers HenlRimlliin Ann Arlior Mleh March 111At- the mcetlnif of the boiinl of rcRcntH 1rof Denn C Vorcenter of the nev 1hlllpplnu ooniinlHHlon tendered IIK rB n mrmlier of the nnher lIecIJltedISrntrnrn Coniinuled Nil IIh IIII Tcnn Mnrch 13Neivi linn liccn received here of the com mutation of tho sentence of W V Cnrr of Stunner county from one year to nix months liy the president Carr was convicted of Illicit distilling I nnd he will bo relenned Mnrch 10 Ilnnk rrcnldpiit Until New York Mnrch tIDr fiumuel Fcnnhifrton president of the Newnrl City National Imnk nml who wns tin oldest iiiir RIHduate of Irlucctol college died at lila home In Nevnrk Jf Ji nged 04 yvora THE SUNDAY SCHOOL Lesson In lie Inlernntlonnl Series toe Mardi SS lIMloqttnrlcrly- llevlrtv Study feningtonJIiOIIhC came not to he mlnlilr red unto but lo minister Mark 1043 NOTK8 AND COMMENTS The HUtorlcal 1vc1115FhIowillg- Ia n brief chronology for the period up to anti Including Initt SundayHlenson- H C March Annunciation to Mary at NsinrHhlukc 1S8- C tk June John the Ilaptltt born In Judoa luk 1J7W n C t Ucfmb r Jeius born In ntthle hemMalt 118M Luke 217 f Hhephtrd hear the urs of the aUltelIuke 1820 D C January Visit of the wise men to the child Jeius Matt 2112 a C lebruaryliight of Mary and Joiwph into Kgypt with the chil- dJuuIIrall 21323 n a 2A 20Jcius1 childhood end youth at Nazareth Matt 223 Luke JSMO A D April Jeiui fIrst pairover at Jetuialem when years old I uke 41SO A D 24 Hummer John the Dnptlst begin ministry six months before and three months parallel with Jesus ministry Matt 1112 Mark 118 Luke 3111 A D JanuaryJenu baptized In River JordanMatt 11317 Mark 1ULull 32121 A D 27 January and February Jem tempted In the wilderness of Judeo Matt 4111 Mark 112 Luke 4111 A D 27 February Jesus gains lii tint disciples nt Ilethabaro John 11511 JUII performs Ills first miracle turning water Into wine at ollalJallleJohn 2112 A D 27 April ll17llcclnnlni of Jesus Judtau ministry Jesus drives out the moneychangers from the temple at Jerusalem John 2132 Conversation of Jesus and Nlco demuJohn 3111 A D Sumner and Autumn Jesus proaehr In Judea John ISS- A D Deeember JenusdeparU forUall lee John 413 Jews gains con vents In Pnmarln at Jacoba well near Sychar John 4442 Heals a nobleman son at Capernaumr John 414341 A D March M to April Jesuu attends the pesaover at Jerusalem John 51hiahs an Impotent man at tile pool uf Hothead John 6247 John the Msptlil Imprisoned at Marheru MatL IIJI Mark C17 II Luk IU 20 Clos of Jesus Judean ministry A D 3AprllJeiuirelurn toC3alllee IU rlanlKK of great Clalllean ministry Matt 412 Mark 114 II Luke 414 IS Jeaui rejected at Nazareth Luke 4G34 Takes up His abode at CapernaumMatl 41117 Luke 4i1Cahla four dlwlples to be fishers of men Matt 41113 Mark 11620 Luke 6lhIJesua busy Sabbath In Capernaum preaching and healtngMalt 11417 Mark 12131 Luke 43141 A DA May Jesui makes liii first cir cult of aallleeMatt 4iJ Mark 1J39 Luke 44241 Heals a leper In CJallleeMatt 124 Mark ll4t Luke 81218 A D May and June Jeiu heats paralytic at Capernaum Matt M8 Matk 2llt Luke SI7M Call Matthew the publican to be a disciple at Capernaum Matt 14 Mark 213 tk 5Z l iya dawn the law of the Sabbath Matt 1211 Mark Z2S2S Luke C14lleal the roan with a withered hand on the Sabbath at Caper aumMatt JtU Mark 316 Iuke CGII- A D So MidsummerCalls the twelve to be apostles on the horns of llattlo The TcnchltiK of JtsulIThe more Important teachings of Jesus may be recalled In the order of tho lessons of the past quarter Lesxm IThe birth of Christ Luk 24 The dlvlnt origin of Jesus It neceisary to III aflerwork and teaching and so a rccsaary Introduction to a study of Ills life Recall he angel sorir of pence and tool will- Lesson ItThe chld JemsLuke 241 This Ii meant lo Include the perloJ of preparation Jcsu at hilt mothers feet Jesu leaning of wise men In the tempJe at Jerusalem Jesus at work In lime fathers carpenter shop and it the same lime drink Ing In the hlitory nnd traditions of the Jew as well an the teachlngrof the old time prorhetsthes are the Inspiring pic tunes brought to the minds eye naptlIIILukoImportant sidelight on the life of Jesus The contrasts are worthy of study John the voice railing lo ripenlanoe pointing to tho Christ JMUS the Word preaching salvation Illmirlf the Light the Llfo of men Lesson IV Tlaptlim and Temptation of Jesus Matt 4111 Jesus hallows thi or foretellinghiIs In all points tempted like as Wt are yet without ilnIlebretra 411 Lesson V The llrsl dliclidei of Jestia John 1M2 Two sImple clauRea may taken to bring out the csnentlal teachings of this lea40Dk I They followed Jesus Illustrating tho beauty and value of dli clploalilp Come nril ace Jtsunown way of emphasizing one of the laws of increase In the Kingdom of Ood Leison IJuu and Nlcodemua John 3112 Jeans tenches the nicesalty of the new birth born of the Splf It and points out the way lo Ufa In John 316 lesson VII Jesus at Jacoba well John 4511 JIHUS roveal himself nn the source of Ihe water of life troche the secret of true worship In spirit and In truth and announces Himself us the Messiah Lesson VIII Jonus rejected at Naza rethIulle 41C2I Jesus tcuche that In lllmulf Old Testament prophesy Is Cut tilled lie has been oent to preach the Ooipel to the poor to heal the broken hearted to preach deliverance to captive recovering of sight to the bard and to set at liberty thtm that are bruised Lesson IX Jenui heeling In Cnpernaum Mark 121 2931 lltlrg the record of a busy Sabbath which shews Ul mlmlon to earth is ono of love and mercy Irftson XThe paralytic healed Mark 1312 Jems alone at prayer la one ot tlio 13nln ant scenes of the New TeaUmcnt record of Jesus life Jcius shows that lie hllll the authority and the power to forgive i4 nsLrrjon XI Jfius at Matthews house Murk 2132 1robably the moil Impor tent teaching In this passage Id the taxing of Jesus They that ore whole havo no need of the physician but they that are sick clmo nut to Ilhe righteous but vlnners to renrnlunce Cold ItGod Is content to wall because lie rclgnfthi man must bo content to wait beciiiisc he bellcveth Alfred IM crslielm Come tithe that tank of yours which you unto been iicfiltitlup before and shirking nnd nnlklng and on this very they lift It up nnd do It Phillips Hrooks- Tliu burden of autTcrlnp etcms a t oil liitti at linng nliout oiir neekn while In rtnllly It lit only the wetjlu whlcli neccsMiry to kpep down tin diver while Iin Is hunting for pearl lcbhr He Urnll in His Dream you1opTadier nt the mil of a very anti w lari flluallrulhlJinlend that your ous may experience islva vraycrleaconThere was no rtiponne Deacon White this time in a louder voice Deacon While will you Icsil Still no response It wee evident that the Rood was slumbering The preacher made a third appeal and his voice to a pitch that lucmdcd in waking the drowsy ian leadTheicm wonderingly drallllttrollOnr Nations Wealth Gold and silver lire poured abundantly into the lap of the nstlonbut our material and strength is rather in iron the mo t ute ful of all metals jut as the wealth of a hUe youhavetry Hontetters Stomach Hitters It will re lien lite clogged bowels the apne dyspepatabihioutnes Krvr Translation of It S V P A clergyman entering upon the charge of toinviteorder to make their acquaintance and ac AditriclmumImy neighbor and I have got nn invitation fourbigmean Keplir soon victuals provided but usCliicagohronicie I100 rtciTord tOO Tlio readers of tho paper will be pleased to learn that then is at ooe disease that scietce has been able to cure in all its stases and that Is Catarrh Halle Catarrh 0 is the only cure known ta the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional disease requires a conitUutional treatment Ualls Cure is taken Internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system thereby destroying the foundation of the llu Riving the atient strength by building up the constitution and asiiiting nature in doing its work The proprietors have so much faith in its cura that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any rue that it fails to cure Send for Iit testimonial Address v Chcn Co Toledo O Sold Druggists ichalts Family iih s are the best He Knew Now boys said the Sunday schoolteacher our lesson today teaches us that if we are good here on earth when everlastinghills ofrlalllinltthe foot the clan oaken Statesman You Tan Gel Allen FvoIEee Fit HE- Willa toilnu in Allen H Olmstcd Leroy N Y bra PKIiK Mtnpla of Allens Foot Ease a powder to slink Into our shoes II cures I inventing dump swollen nclilim feet It makra New or tight shoes easy A certain euro for Corns and lIon loin All druggists antI shocstorcs cHIt 20c To C llfornln Quickly and Comfort nh ly Via Chicago Union Pacific and North Western Line The Overland Limited loaves Chicago dally 030 1 M arrives ban Francisco the afternoon of third day and Lea Angeles next morning No change of cars All meals in dining cars HujTetk and library cars with barber ne Expressleaveiclass and through touriil sleepers to Califor rrrTbJlaNorthWestern Jl 011110WWide Open DrThrownmy I Miss Peppery dont think it was your youhadopportunity to aludrthe tonsils its my specialty you Times Las lIsle Itotue Seekers Kscurslons The Missouri Pacific Railway and Iron Mountain lloule are now running a series of excursions to the West and Southwest prll3depi time cards and Illustrated pamphlets on applicationto temptatlonblest if wotildnl rather be right than be governor of Kcntucl3lPuck PUTXAM KADKLKSS DYES sin not unevenlydyedIt Is hard for a crooked man to tell tnIbt atoryCiiicago Uiipaicb MAIIKIVr lllllOIIT ICL11TJ 73CAIVIiSKxtmllOUHHolpcl imckera 6 M V 5 Mlxrd luichora ID tf SOSIlKMIChiilcnIAM11S ixtra 715 y KhUUItSiiriuir patent 3 fjl OUltAIXluxiiNo 2 rod 0 71 ItOntsNo JI 5 03IIAYsolceIKOVISKJNHMciiH pork Mil S1UlrTrlf6A1JHChntcolOTATOKS1er brl IS 0 I CHICAGO IlOPli Winter nntcnt 3 Ift O 3 OllAIN WltontNo 2 rcl OVs 44CornNoOnlllNo 2 3jO 2i 4vIOltKhiss 66 I- sbtDncani CM 0 0 0i NUW YOIII- CFLOITflWlnter pntent 3 3 90 OllAlNWhentNo 2 red GS M Corn No 2 4- 1OatsNo 2 mixed js 12POHlesMLAUD Btcam 0 CS- OJIAIT1MOIIE FLOirrtKnsilly 320 OStO uitAIN Wheat No 2 red m KIU Kouthcrn a 75 Com No 8 mixed IIi 234EveNoCATlIKrirst quality 00 n 5 114 HOQS Vcstom 55J OS INDIANAPOLIS 3JJOutsLOUISVILLE FLOUHWlntor patents 473 uilAli Wheat No 2 red jiJg u Corn Mixed 43POItiCMesa 00 a tAItDStvuimi Q 6 i ARTIFIGIAL SUNLIGHT Tho Last Addition l y Science to Popular Use BRILLIANCY AND SAFETY A Revelation in Economical Illumina tion for Homes Hotels nnd All Classes of Buildings Acetylene the new artificial three ears ago known only to Scientists is today coining so rapidly into popular use that it promises to replace all the older means of lighting The new liijht hu been christened Artificial Sunlight by its rays colors can be distinguished as day and in soft ness iteadircss and all qualities of light the resemblance is most marked The great economy and convenience in producing new illuminant and the beaut excellence ot the light itself plain in a measure its marvelous growth in pOpularity Carbide the material from which each individual user produces his own Acet grllnlleito pieces about the size of eggs This mate rial is compact clean convenient and even safer to handle than coal Its marvelous atUnity for water makes it of value and the moment it comes in contact with water the generation of Acetylene begins Carbide as is generally called is usually packed in air and water tight drums holding one hun dred pounds of this material each Enough Acetylene gu cnn made to light merelythrowing gatIIIchines called generators are mndcr which IIIUle the IJroujbt together jut in proportion as the gas is needed for Most of these machines are constructed and II16eis needed then the machine causes just enough gas to b made to supply one burner If ten burners are lighted then the same machine deliver enough gas to tup ply ten burners The very principiahasand inventive genius of hundreds of scientists and mechanics tome instances unreliafile and unsafe generators have been produced Tin good and are many however and most of such are constructed under the direction of rom tlr1ineerlandcems Imagine receiving ones of arti ficial light1as a hundred st a in a little acorn from the freight station When one realizes that each package will make as much hiht as 25000 can- dIes for one hour more light than the ordi nary size family will me in three months and such package win cot about tOO perhaps the explanation of the increasing pop is fount- The cost or Carbide has been reduced notwithstanding the early Impressions of the great expense in manufacture hare quantities are now being consumed and such reductions in price have actually been made that users cnn expect- that lighting with Acetylene will be as in expensive ai it has proved to be desirable in nt excellence beauty Acetylene solves the lighting problem wherever city gas and is not available anyIuehIung by simple process of the Acety can be nn or ptnllIenlImpllowner or occupant of building every mcr chant or manufacturer and every Individ uzi interested in the probhin V Have your wages gone up CIu- ess sc i the boss made an assignment to day onkers Statesman To Cure n Cnlil In One liny Take Laxative llrotno Oulnlno Tablets All druggists refund money It falls to cure S5c No matter what job It in there is always somebody who want it Wsihington Is Democrat II cannot sped too highly of Pisos Care for ConlumplionIrl Mobbs 215 W St New Oct X ISM ltInationChie3go No speculator ever quits in time Wash ington la Democrat MY KAUTIFUL BABY BOY Weak Women Made Huppy tiy Lydia r Iliihliam4 Vtcptolilo Canipunnd Letters from Two Who Now llavo Children 0 Drvn MRS PIXKHAJI Jt wns ray ardent desire to have a child I had been married three yearn nnd was childless so wrote to you to find out the reason After fol lowing your Idnd nd vice nnd talcing Lydia n 1inUhnms Vege table Compound i be cnmo tho tnolhe r of 5 n beautiful bnby q boy the joy of our home Ho ia n ity fat healthy baby thanksto our incdt y chiieMits MINPA a FIMCIR Roscoc N Y Grateful3Rk 51 DKAR Man 1 IIXKIIAM I kh wrote you II letter some time ago stating 6r case to you I hnd pains through my bowels headache nod backache felt tired anti sleepy til the time was tvoublec with tho whites I followed your advice took your Vegetable Compound and it did mo lots of good I now have n baby girl I certainly bo lievo I would have miscarried bad It not been for Lydia E 1lnkhnms Vcge table Compound I hind a very easy time was stiik only n short time I think your incdiclno Is n godsend to WotnMi In tho condition In which 1 was recommend it to all ns the best medicine for wOllloDMnJ MAUI I Ail1 teQ3tVQ ccpu The above illustration shows one of the mammoth buildings occupied by the great Mail Order house of the 21 Smyth of Companyha1 they supplied their neighbors in the nearby towns widening their 5eld They lire now selling merchandise rect to consumer wholesale throughout the United Some years StntuItheir customers with logue As the were obliged to increase the size of this catalogue until today it exceeds 1000 illus tasted quoting the lowest wholesale prices on everything to Eat Wear and Use ly a superior process of color photography they illustrate many their coods in bringing out the rich color value of curtains carpets draperies and the latest designs in etc thus enabling the customer hundreds of miles distant to select goods at his own fireside knowing by the description illustration and price the expectThis it becoming more and more popular each year for it not only saves long and ti resome r ailroad i ourncys great timeI saver It leaves out- theprofitof the jobbing retailerthe expen sive ro- mmerelal ravelerijbe agent the Cu bngent and thuae- liminates from one to fourprofits say jag hitamount for the con- 6umer In short it U a great wholesale storebrought to the home The main nnhfl2tft loguc referred to is a 20th century dictionary of economy The illustration above shows the recent building added to this great enterprise The lucccss of this Company teems credible considering the fact that they have advertised so little Their spirit of fair nets and industry is the secret of this wonderful sucecas quantity of i they require in some lines them to handle train of merchandise secured at the lowest possible cost and freight rate goods the rough are coming from the mills and factories in the East the lake steamers are pressed into service at a freight expense vhic little in advance of the iron ore rates Their references are Any bank or ex company or any man woman or child in Chicago Some people of fair intelligence are so ll3eticslaenleJtcbiaon Some pretty girls are so vain that people refuse to their good looks Atchison Globe Factory to USER ONE Profit Onr 4b Bran Ann 1I1J LU- AIIeIUnblnLullllt the UptoItaU Inrrow ant Borceurr Attach menu and t with ehoic of oak or wal nut coblDM Iifurattbtd ubsistese- 4rroMATIo0ei LJ- SUITE Iii macemcee HIho hnttlj t threaded rtsds for aervlctt Tba pteaTARrr s OOMlLETF at of bm steci attachments carfU racked In n bsn some VELVET hued cape Weight of the msciIineiTestber wrepped and enetdtsebon Ibj lped cii rate The fteleht will rwago about irithln of 0 eao The cabinet nnrk faornanntal theeieaerawcnisd rr boles RAKD OARVKUnnd tha henri NI ingbrsweriuliutc- sch machind esrefuilt tested rlrnSaDoificoty MELDA s e to us mns aes tnf for our rrnoral limoS UVKltrniliia ion it4 SYiMI and l7Si lInN tosali t en rlora raanln end fuU CUAUANTEB It tar lelllehlllhlmathhoUOIHon receipt of itiltOO with onler rrlco ot 7drawet UUU meiiaPJtIKU tllnstrftel- races psut preeid receipt ofii ecnucwiici- eta loro t be refunded on orkTmata lInol pllcMOa AT CAHtmd USii liublliheJ JOHN M HltYTll CO liW 1SO1C8 W Sludlo Onlar this So 1 II fl1UO1LL H V+ pwrrAiO s i20- o Bill IarrfttSicJ POTATO Vrowrraln Amend lrlrr Cl20 A up EnrmulLOCIIPS5 iuer aid Frmied s0 thiioIieau I t5JaIIf El Jolla i utica SEEn ro LI rnnxr win E- 1Thohcetlted nope F KoofluE for Ic rcr ft i caps nod nails In IntoLLT j v riii flSCoVEith gives nnoBO U quick rrllef and rnreauont ece rovkof ttmmnnlnlf nrd 1O Ias treatment iicc IT II II Ultt1i JtlNS rol AtUnln Ua 1iVAnpe L I or Lw r Ii1Ce AT11S- rI CO 8 ManufacturiTf Indlnroll I a A KNOCK OUT I There belplcesucsi Is LUMBAGO more disability and thai any ether muscular sit meat but St Jacobs Oii has foanl It the easiest and prompted to cure of any form of LAME BACK TAPEWORMS A tape worm eighteen Oct long at least came on the scene after my talcing two CASCARBTS This I am sure has caused my bud health for the past three years I am still taking Cascarets the only Cathartic worthy of notion by sensible people Gto W I3owLts Baird Muss CANDY CATHARTIC ItOI1VItI Pleasant bIolnt Tllite Good Do Good Ncrcr Sicken Weaken or Gripe We Sic CURE CONSTIPATION Bltrllf Rr4 Cp7 Cbi4fflImsi It iceS Un TOIAC SoldsntleusratiteeCby ailtiru-gny isuto CUftFTobacco Habit tJ wwmw1bWIb Hig1l 1 Comfort at- LowCost Is the advantage offered by the conducted ex cursionstoCaliforniaovertlie Santa Fc Route- Secondclass y tickets arc accepted for the full privileges of this economical and enjoy able way of visiting the Pacific Coast Inquiries promptly answered TAGRADYl 8nlTat Atchison Topela Santa fe Railway r1 Vfl Adams Street Chicago II II II FOR 14 CENTS We with to ciln tbU j u rnew eu tomrr tad lucS aCer IPkr harden lust Ice ItlIlk umrrald CncnmbnlCe LaOrouoUorktLeUIlCUO- I btruwbrrrr McloD tic IJUtr Radib I Iari7 Rip C fbir loo ilr Plainer Onion a Briiiiaatrioser8oI lie Worth nOI for 11 cccl JtZO AbaTSlO Pkiti wort5 too111- m1I tree together with our I allaboDI CIofhIUDI upanrecelttothtsiiotice kl4cstamp v a 1knohn oncctrrHatxera iarestt will never do without Sale PiOn Sal 1500sir J eat earlletomato Itut Dearthrirl It Jolts i CLUES tIgOCOLCiOt81W1L 1103 or4 Years an Independence IsAssuredl- fyoutakeupvoarbomes in land of plenty limp tratcd pam Mets giying Ieeipcrleuro of farmers hare become wealthy IneruwluK wheat otdelegatesetcanufuil inforniationaatoreduced railway rates can be haO on application to the Rnperlntcndent of Immigration Department of Interior Ottawa Canada or the atlaaca pamphlet etc ImmtznationI IinAnEtlS 0V TillS PAPKH lltailtlNQ TO BUV ANVTI1INO ADVKBTISKn IN ITS COLUMNS EUOfU INSIST t ION hAVING WHAT mar ASIC ton UEFUSIKO Ml BliaTlTUTia Oil IMITATIONS 1 0 LuqS Slits rastestmoteivCast Coigli Syrup mime Bold bvdnntiita 0 A N KC 1804 WhEN V11ITIXO TO AMVEKTIBEKB ellO elate hut you saw the Advcrthll ncnl in Chic tinec BUCKEYE ACETYLENE CO DEALERS IN Acetylene Generators 1and Calcium Carbide IWRITE FOR ESTIMATES AND CATALOGUE FURNISHED FREE 8 Canby Bldrjr Dayton Ohio Riot New Unsland Cleveland Ohio 83 N High Street Columbus Ohio VIA IROTlfOUNTflULR2UIgV- to Worlds Osaitarle and YearRound Flaainn notort rotcbed cnly ste this tine Eleianl HottUi Bubllmo 8 cryi Delightful Cllnatei ntllui n1- SprIng Pulluan actlet mtce Cura without fti from St Lot J1ectu8d Kound Dtln flats all irtai round free all coupon points la lie tad Canad eiPTor dlwrlptlv and HHitralu imeb3t rtt1 annle or U C iowCNfl oaerw Irwieuiir 504 Tias 1ellLo n LOOUT KO Dumb Animals Our Dumb Animals n Magazine published by tho American Human Education Society for March contains tho following statement WO think no one can doubt tho import ance of humane odncation and Baud of Mercy in tho schools of Kentucky This is only too true and every day we small and unhealthy mules and horses beaten to mako pull load that are entirely too heavy even for smooth roads say nothing of tho deop mud on our streets the past few months Is an animal a machine tin wear of which is only pecuniary ex penseT Just because a man is poo r in earthly goods gives him no license to mistreat and misuse a disabled animal than has a man of wealth Thi Humane Socioty has officers place in different cities and localities in America who take animals away Iron those who mistreat thorn and thor have been cases right here on our streets in which such officers would have shown their authority Let us use our influence in this matter and everybody old or young who want to do a kind act to make the work happier and better is invited to ad dress by letter or postal Geo T An gell Esq President 19 Milk Street Boston Mass and receive full iufor mation Is it right for men to fight and kill each other and thousands of horses in wart Tho United States says it is and England says it is and they goI a long way across the ocean to and kill and say they are doing right After Quo t f tho Battles After ono of the battles in tho tor riblo war now raging in South Africa two wounded men were brought into the hospital Quo of them was a Briton the other a Boor Each hat an arm fihot to pieces Tho arts wore cut off in tho same place by th surgeon The two men were laid up on cots close together When Tom my every common English soldier is called Tommy Atkins saw the Boei near him suffering from his wound he called tho nurso and asked her to take tho Boor something from his case of supplies Tell him said Tommy that 1 sent it The nurse did PS she was asked The wounded Boer was so affected by the little kindness from his fellow sufferer whc had an hour before been his supposed enemy that ho broke down and cried like a child Tommy also gave way andcried and tho nurse who was caring for them both had to hurry away to keep from joining them it their tears How sad it is that warshould bring such men as these to treat each other as enemiesFrom the Angel of Peace If you child is cross or peevish it is no doubt troubled with worms WHITES CREAM VERMIFUGI will remove the worms and its tonic effect restore its natural cheerfulness Price 25 cents S E Welch Jr The etatiatican of tho Department of Agriculture reports that on Jun 1 thero were in tho United States 13 527521 horses 2086027 rules 16 292360 milch cows 27610051 othci cattle and 41883065 sheep This is a decrease for the year of 127i81 horses 48186 mules and 384171 cat tle other than milch cows an in crease of 392245 milch cows and 27 68612 sheep There was an increnM in value during the year averaging 6 721 per head in tho case of horse 1860 in that of mules 191 in that of milch cows 218 in that of otlici cattle and 18 cents per head in sheep This represent a total increase in val uo during the year of nearly 2H5X 0000 exclusive ofa manifestly cofi sidcrablo but not deli II illy ascertained increase in tho value of swine To allay pains subdue iuflaimnu tion heal foul sores and ulcer till most satisfactory results are obtained by using BALLARDS SNOW LINIMENT Price 25 cts and 50 its S E Welch Jr The Counties Estill County Locust Branch Mrs James Bicknell is no belter- J A Bicknolls folks have tho me selsMIss Lou Kindred is visiting Miss Maud Bicknell Joo Barker died last Wednesday morning of brain fever Maud Combs visited her sister Miss Beaula Bickuoll- Jatnos Bruce and wife are visitinL their daughter Mrs C Gentry Mrs Lillian BClick in tho guos of Miss Lilly Kindred this week Miss Maud Bicknell visited at her uncles J M Kindreds last week A J Richardson and wife are re joicing over the arrival of a new gir Born to Mr nnd Mm Curtis Gentry a fino 10 lb boy named Guston Andy Richardson had a fino mare to go mud also one two year old hnif or and one yearling steer All wet bitten by a mud do- gWashington County Springfield Miss Kato Johnson is still very ill Mrs Julia A Simms has boon ill with tho La Grippe but is improving Elder Campbell has boon sent her hy the presiding elder to take chargi of tho church Mrs Annie Harris a former toachoi at this place spent a few days will friends this week Bar McCoy will give a Tin entertainment at his church next Satur day night All are cordially invited Roy Nichols after spending a few lays with his family has returned to Now Albany Ind where ho is ono of the pastors 0 G Duff who was to have taught i Normal School this spring stopped his school and mysteriously left town 1 few days ago It is thought ho will not return Sa Marion Jackson a celebrated fricoHindo gave a performance nl the A M E Zion Church last Mon Jay night The program consisted of vocal and instrumental solos lit has an excellent voice Ho has traveled all over tho world and is a mtivo of Australia Owsley County Gabbnrtl H Rico has a new supply of goods on handCounty court at Boonevillo last Monday There was a turkey shooting match it Elihu Reynolds Saturday We hope the Spring term of Bcren College will havo a good attendance Cy Shepherd of Booneville was in this vicinity Wednesday on business Somo of the boys went to tho sale if R W Bicknell at Boonoville Mon layAllen Davidson has returned from Berea He reports everything all sight Miss Minnie Sealos school closed ecently She has been teaching al Buffalo Farmers have been busy with their work since the weather has permitted hem to do BO Albert Gabbard is at Boonevilli his weAk staying with P B Moore ivlio m paralyzed Miiiit cr Ia ffiiicing r- epr II L il iig 13i jitiul for I Uiid- O U Moore whom your Eversolf icribo mentioned as being sick is uj lignin and wo are glad to say so S1 Hogg of Boonovillo passed liniiigh hero last Sunday on his way tamo from Clay county whero he mud been on business Wo can Bay that tho CITIZEN is a rood homo paper and it should bo in ivory home It has not been well vpresented at this placo yet but we jopo it will soon Subscribe for it and you will be Hatiufiod with it A BOON TO MANKIND I D TABLERS BUCKEYE PILE CURE A Nsw Discovery for the Certain Curl of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 76 CENTS BOTTLES 60 CENTS we FIA1LARD Sell Pro dens 310 Korthlto Street ST LOUIS MO Jackson County Clover Uottom Leslie Coylo is logging for Judg CoyloJames Click and wife have n new baby girl- Harden Azbill is having his horn remodeledMiss Coylo visited her brother Charles and family Tuesday Several citizens from hero will at tendcourt at McKee next week Misses Maggio and Nora Gnrlam were guests at D M Clicks Satut dayPalistine Powell from tho Blue- Grass country is visiting at tit placoThos Powell and his sister Mist Mary entertained few select friends at a birthday party Thursday Mar 7 ROT Taylor traveling agent for tie Oxford Bible Co preached oxcellen sermons at Kirby Knob Saturday and Sunda- yEvergreen Miss Minnie Lake is attending school at Boron this term J M Lake bought 50 acres of lane of C S Martin for S1GO O M Payne of Disputnnta hat boon visiting relatives in this vicinity Mr Lathcru of Laurelcounty passed through hero buying fut Your correspondent is glad to soil so many taking interest in the CITIZEN Miss Fanny Jones was tho guest ol Mrs C J Lake a week ago last Sun day Fred Lunsford Wallaceton has hired to work for C S Martin during ho summer- J W Lake of Livingston was do lightfully entertained by G M Bal lard last week Wm Luusford of East Burnstond passed through hero eurouto for clover Bottom last week The little child of Peter Rose in very ill with pneumonia and its re covery is doubtful Robert Rose lost his horso last week which is supposed to have fal Ion into the creek and drowned Mrs Martha Jackson has boon very low with consumption but is thought to bo improving slowly Clay County Buck Creek C W Brandenburgh will go to house keeping next week Henry Garland moved from Jndg Isaacs to Knox county Thursday- G Miller and family moved from Elisha Halo to Finneys point near BeattyvilleLeo has just received car load of flour meat and ship stuff but Lee says the people aro so hungry ho couldnt keep it and by tho lime he got homo it was nearly all sold Well Leo just bring another load dont let the good people on Stur geon starve Ogle Robert Woods ii still engaged in thq logging business M H Frederick arrived home from Berea Friday Finley Swafford has moved to the farm recently left by T J Frederick Richard Smith Sr has sold hIs farm here and expects to move to Laurel countysoon Owing to the inclement weather little progress is being made with farm work A few Mormom elders aro in thi locality but are receiving litho en 2ournjemont The Delph who recently returnee from tho Pacific coast has gone to PittsburgBurning Springs Floyd Kidd was hero on business last week G F Lucas of this place loft here todayonhusiDess Luthor Webb has boon fencing his lot the past week Prof Martin who has been very sick is improving Alon Holcomb and sons wero hero recently visiting relatives Miss Cretia Morgan visited her homo on Sextons Creek recently Miss Mattio Marion of Manchester visited our school recently Prof Brandenburg is giving the boys of Burning Springs College a drill in military tactics Prof Brandenburg has returned from Owsloy whoro ho had boon on businesst i I t J C Pane who has been spending the winter at this placohas returned to Lies hoojom NowYprk Abijah Bowling and R B Anderson wero hero last Friday visiting our school They expect to outer soon SPECIAL DEPARTMENTS THE HOME Kdllrtl by Nat KAT IMTNAM tiwclitr In HITI tntke Twelve Joldoii ICulcs for Itiiyn Hold iuiegrityacted- Observe good milliners Endtiro trials patiently Bo prompt in nil thingn 1IaIce goo I ucqunintnnees Shun the company of loafers Dare to do right fear to do wrong Watchcarefully over your tempor Never bo nfraid of being laughed nt Fight lifes battle manfully bravely Uso your leisure moments for study Sacrifice money rather than principle The National Influence of tin Sabbath ExPresident Benjamin Harrison in letter dated Juno 3 1889 to Par Sabbath Congress Experienco ant observation convince mo that all win work with hand or brain require tho rest which a general observance of the Sabbath only can secure Tin philanthropist and the Christian may approach tho subject from differen directions but whether wo regan man as an animal or an immortal wo should unite in securing for him tit rest that body and spirit both domain for their boat condition and highesl good Those who do not find tin divine command in tho Book cauuol fail to find it in the man Some Other Day There are wonderful things wo aro going toSome other day And harbors we hope to drift into Some other day With folded hands the oars that troilWe and wait for a fovorin galo To fill the folds cf and idle sail Some other day Wo know wo must toil if we ever win- Some other day But wo say to ourselves there timo to begin Some other day And so deferring wo loiter on Until at last we find withdrawn The strength of tho hope wo lean ed upon Some other day Andwhen we aro old and our race is run Somo other day We fret for tho things that might havo been done Some other day Wo trace tho path that leads w whero The beckoning hand of grim de spair Leads us yonder out of here Somo other day Now York Tribune Everyone of us whatever our specu lativo opinions knows bettor than ho practices and recognizes a better law than ho oboys Froude Much pain and uneasiness U caused by piles sparing neither ago nor lOX TABLERS BUCKEYE PILE OINTMENT cures the most obstinate asos Price CO cts in bottle tutee i5cS E Welch Jr PORI THE SCHOOL Killtcd by MM Etna II neon ol the Normal Department Sierra College Reverence is not ono of tho modern rirtuos The rush anti intensity of American lifo do not leave much line for tho cultivation of tho quieter and moro thoughtful tendencies of our in nor lifo Tlu ro is much gained in the ability to makes ones wily in tho world in tho courago nnd energy that neat modern difiiculiiw in tho determina tion that seeks to solve tho complex probluiiiH of daily lifo But wo have yet to learn to harmonize tho sterner with time gentler virtues and that Tho strongest are the tendercst Wo are but half conscious of what wo miss in having lost hold on oursel ves on the finer until within we are not good company for ourselves wo aro lonesome iiulotH wo have con stant comradeship constant amuse mall t Tho world is too much with us No great soul over developed its lOWI er in the tlrtam of lifo Wo findI ounelres in tho quiet hours when nlono with God and Nature Tho old Greeks thought of nature as alive thu riven snug tho brooks babblml tho oaks were garrulous with gals Wo go to tho other and think of trees as moro cxtronuII rivers as just water Wo ed to laugh at the faucUH of the old Greek people but in our matter of met idwts wo miss much of tho real delight of living Trtt have a person ality Rivers are not nil aliko any moro tiara all people Every hill hits its own outline its own venluro 1 never see an old tree cutdown or neodlootly ginlled without remember Hnhllivhcncome to n placo whero a favorite tnv W1t boing chopped down Ho stop IIUil11oarntlll would memorize this poem by George P Morris Wonlmnlare that trees Touch not aIngle bought In youth It tht ltfrr me And Ill protect II now TWM m oref lhcri hinJ That plJuwl In near hU cot There woodman It It stand Thy ass than harm It now That old familiar tree Whose lorj sal renown Are iprrad oer land and ttt And wouMit thou hew U down Woodmin forbear thy itrok Cut not Ina earthbound tin Oh ran that aged oak Now towcrlnt to the tktei When but an Idlt toy ought lu grateful ibade In all their gushing Joy Here too my iblcn played Sly mother klixxl me here Jly Tauter prennl my hand Fontlre this fnollth tear nut let that old oak Undl Sly heart strings round thee cling Close aa thy bart ol d friend Her hall the wild blot sing And still thy branches bend Old tree the storm till brartt And woodman leave the spot While Ive a hand to tare Thy axe han hum it not Have you a cough A dose of COUSSENS HONEY OF TAR will relievo it Price 25 cents and CO cenU S E Welch Jr THE FARM Frilled by C TroleMor ot Hortl tticulhiro Henna college Ilbnuinoratlvo Tree IlantlLR Tho Division of Forestry is in con Biiltntion with three important railway companies over a contemplated novation in American railway moth ods Those roads tho Atchiuson Topka it Santa Fo tlio Chicago Milwaukoo St Paul and tho Zanos ville Ohio are considering rake ing tiu and polo timber on a largo scale on their nonutilized rightof way lauds Uthor largo western roads aro interested This action in duo chiefly to the to tho falling of tho natural supply of this material in nil but tho newer portions of the United States About one million acres of Umber urn con sumed annually by railroads in building and repairing and at tho present rate of timber depletion the increas ed cost of such material will soon ton serious factor in railroad economy The Santa Fo lino has already dono souls Qxpennautal planting and the results have done much to stimulate interest This road planted 1280 acres in Catalpas fifteen years ago The total expense was J128000 but it is estimated by the railroad officials that in Un yenta more the tract will produced t2500000 worth of poles liofl and posts Having become convinced of the necessity of growing their own Urn IHT limo railroads nat uraly wish to take advantage of the assistance of fend by the government to tree plan lorn which consists of export advice and of the working plans for plant ing based on personal examination Tho object of the government is to demonstrate tho value of tree plan tations to laud owners especially those in tho treeless regions of tho Wint Wooded Area of the Unmated States The former official estimate of tho wooded area of tho United States placed at 26 per cont has bonn rais ed to Ii per cent by tho latest com putations of tho Division of Geogra phy and Forestry of the United States Geological Survey That office has issued a bulletin containing now figures on American forests some of which tend to provo time na tional timber resources greater than supposed Tho two latest states to beGum Inod are Oregon and Washington The former is estimated to contain 23IOK1 million feet B DL in stand ing timber tho latter 111773 million feet Destruction by pre leas been WMhlngtonOnareas contained on nu at much limber as tho untouched pore tion 40000 million feet have been heganIhissawmills of tho United States for two years and at a value ot only 75 cents a thousand mcftna a dead loss in the state of 130000000 The amount actually logged in the same period has been UG000 million feet making tho estimate by tho same comparison of areas Oregon hiss suf feted less from both fire and lumber lag owing to the smaller facillities for marketing tho product ACROSS THE COLLEGE GREEN BREA COLLEGE HAS 15 BUILDINGS BERiiA COLLEGE FOUNDED leas Over 20 teachers TOO students from 2O states Ilest Library In Kentucky No Saloon ppyp A TTrrvrTTyrsrrrg3 For those NOT sufficiently advanced to get a teachers certificate- I Trade Schools Carpentry Housework Printing two years IIi Model Schools preparing forNormal and tho advanced courses For those sufficiently advanced to got a teachers certificate III Farming and Agriculture gardening stockraising forestry otctwo years IV ScionceSowing Cooking etc two years V Normal Course for teachersthree years with practice teaching VI Academy Course fou fitting for College for business and for life For those more advanced i VII College Coureea Philosophical and Literary Adjunct Departments VIII MuaioHReod Oran Choral free Vocal Piano Theory IX Berea General HospitalTwo in the care of the sick it uitii 14Beroa places the best education ia reach of alb It is hbt a moneymaking institution Its instruction U a froo gift lit to help those who value education and will help themselves and charges a small incidental foe to meot expenses of the school apart romiinstruction Students must also pay for their board Expenses for term 12 weeks may bo brought within 124 about half of which must be in advance Tho school is endorsed by Baptists Congregationalists Disciples Methodists Presbyterians and good people of all denominations For information or friendly advice address the Vice Preafdent GEO T FAIIIC1IILD LL D Berea Madison Co Sly tr