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N NN NNNNNNNINN NN N NN SUBSCRIBE I jN50c I Year VOL I THE CITIZEN ruUUhcd at the omee of TI i JCC 5 f II Bran Ky tnlereJ ai On ltoffltt at nuns Ay IU sere III dads maU mate- rIDEAS lie that goon a borrowing returns n sorrowing Its an easy matter to ignoro an in stilt ahnod at somebody oleo If a man has pluck and action ho will always find tho means and ways sometimes happens that while a man is watching his onemioa his friends get tho bout of him Foreign News Nearly fivo million people in India are receiving regular aid Turkoy has prohibited tho importation of American pork Swiss witch makers aro combining to protect thomsolron from American competitionTho havo suffered a severe defeat by n French force at Inrahr in tho Sahara Desert Tho wheat crop in India has suffered to tho extent of 10 to CO million dollars on account of tho drouth Winston Churchill in a dispatch from Capo Town recommends a gee crows and forgiving policy towards tho robots President Krtigar has warned tho women and children to leave Bloom fuotain within five days as ho intends to destroy tho city Tho Danish Cabinet hu expressed a wish to resign owing to the attitude of tho Lower IIouso toward the taxation quoation Goo Joubort Comaudor in Chief of tho Boor Army is dead Pre Knigor is expected to tako command- of the Transvaal foron Tho Berno award in the Delagoa Bay CORe which calls for the pay ment to claimants in Groat Britain and tho United StatOR of 1C m illio threo hundred and fourteen francs will soon bo paid and that without recourse to a loan no says tho Portu guese foreign minister National News Reports from tho Philippines aro still discouraging After few days debate tho IIouso liaR passed the army appropriation bill The bubonic plague in Honolulu hat about ccasedso that the quarantine it is behave will soon ho re moved Cubans aro hoping to establish at independent republic The coming elections will do a groat deal toward deciding whether they are capablo of Bclfgovernmcnt or not Tho Superintendent of Public Schools in Cuba expects to bring a thousand of Cuban teachers to the United States this summer to visit a few weeks at Harvard and other places The Secretary of tho Treasury esti mates that tho government receipts for tho year ending with Juno will exceed expenditures by 100000000 Ho thinks that tho present rato of taxation might bo reduced Kentucky News GOT Nash of Ohio refuses to roc oguizo either Taylor or Beckham The grand jury reports that Louis villa has been almost treed from pub lie gaming W S Taylor spent several days in Morgnntown this week leaving been called there by tho death of his slalom Tho argument before tho Court of appeals in the suit for tho govern orship Logan Monday morning An opinion is expected today or tomorrow MassmceliiigH havo heel hold in several citioH of tho state to put on foot n nonpartisan movement look ing toward action to retrieve time los t reputation of Kentucky It was do tided to call delegates from overy county in tho state to moot in con vention at Louisville April 21th THE CITIZENDevoted to the Interests of the Home School and Farm DEUBA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY APRIL 4 1900 Locals and Personals Smallpox in Paris Ky Ieytontown is frco from small pox Dr L A Davis arrived homo from St Louis Tli u red C II liurdctto was in Richmond Friday anti SatllnlllyjExtra fine sealing wax for correRI Xtidcncu at tho PrintingotlicoI Vo are entitled to five or six morn snow storms before spring arrives Earl Paddock and Perry Shrock drove to Richmond Friday afternoon J W Lovijoy was called homo last week by tho sudden illness of fatherFred has been suffering from a painful boil on his chin the past week Miss Blanch TouVelle a former student now of Ohio in tho guest of tho MIssvH HnuHon Lading and Gentlemens physical culture claMoR have been fully organ ized and aro now doing regular work A blithe spirit somehow puts charm and color on the darkest troubles as tho null does on the storm cloudsCuts wounds burns sprains and bruises quickly heal if you apply Bidlards Snow Liniment Price 25 and ro cts S E Welch Jr There is a cage of small pox roo ported at Dig Hill Dr Davis found twelve cases of meuslea at tho same place Miss Nannio Tudor of Hichmond was in our city over Sunday She leaves today for Cincinnati whore she will spend tho spring visiting relativesFor and colds there is no medicine effective as Coussens Honey of Tar It it the ideal remedy Price 20 and CO cents SE Welch Jr Even tho most vigorous anti hearty people have at times n reeling of weariness and lassitude To dispel this feeling tako Herbino it will im ctAnTho local freight whilo switching at the station last Thursday nm ono pair of trucks of a cur off the track and delayed tho passenger train a short while Lincoln hull had a narrow escape from fire last Thursday morning when some paper in tho basement caught lire but just huppened to discovered before any damage tra done These little incidents aro only timuly warnings of possibilities und steps should be taken at once to in suro protection for tho buildings of our city and college Those horrid fits of depression melancholy low spirits aud sudden irritability that sometimes afflict oven goal longlerel people is duo to the blood being permeated with black bile Herbiuo will purify the blood restore health and cheerfulness Pri CO cools S E Welch Jr Tho L k N and several other rail roads in Kentucky have deposited in a Frankfort bunk f2M000 tli amount of their taxes payable to tho state treasurer of Kentucky and are now trying to find out whether tho mousy should bo paid to the repub lican or democratic state officials Mothers Beware of thoso secret robbers of your babys quiet and health Those sleepless nights and long hours of tiresome vigilaro cans cd by thoso enemies of childhood worms Destroy and remove thnm with Whites Cream Ycrmifugo Price 25 cents S E Welch Jr Arousing baso ball meeting was hold Monday afternoon Time large nttcMidnnco showed that much inter est was felt null every thing looks moro promising for n good team thou over before ItS there aro many now candidates who will make goody players M L Spink was manngor Howard Embrec captain null Dun Paddock assistant rapt Many people suffer untold from piles becauso of tho popular impression that they cannot be cured Tnblors Buckeye Pilo Ointment will euro thou It has mot with absolute success Price CO cts in bottles tubes 75 els S E Welch Jr nu w 0 vzzzzzzz oA PROCLAMATION OF IECONOMY for the Fall and Winter IMens and Boys Fine Stylish Made ICLOTBING rand I Ithe only readytowear on well ventilated workrooms Perfect titling and wrarmlitlng because the Inside the I Shale the very life of the garment U carefulness In making rcprwenU the ex IIkndllureoftime and houhl and II a deelded contrast to the tailoring seen In ordinary readytowear Clothing The Vabrlca that we show are the very newest denlirni that will be seen this resin Many conanerl udallnlr to us In the face of I the above Ucla The most extraordinary feature combining our great over li that we Ican and do sell our Clothing at et LESS MONEY Than elsewhere now can we afford to sell such highgrade Clotting for leas money than elsewhere Our answer li pure and simple Our U a modern tore constructed strictly on progrrastee plane our Clothing II sold on the smallest margin of profit i depending on a large Tolume or bualnna The more Clothing we aell the greater our purchasing power tho lower our prices thafa the story In a nut ltell COVINGTON MITCHELL t RICHMOND KENTUCKY o sz 6262a IZUZ 62 A fine vein of lend ore has been found on a feral in Bourbon county Capt Chits Gallag r a Lancaster citizen died at Winchester last Wed nesday Tho LtS N shops at Bowling Green have closet down preparatory to removal to Paris Tolls Time Bible has been translated as a whole or in part into 100 lungungeRI or dialects BO that world if they could only read tho Word Surely anybody can sew that the ono who has a heart in him in anywise shining with the cheer which streams from such extracts and in stances is tho ono for doing endur ins achieving in this world of ours There aro 15 counties in prohibi tion Kansas them tho poor hQuseA and poor farms are without a single pauper and at tho last sitting of tho districts courts thero were 37 coun ties whero no crimnals wero found for trial Prohibition satisfies tho major ity in tho State What license state can show a county whero thero is not a pauper in its poorhouso or a crim nut for its courts t Now Organization Tho following Resolutions wero thesOrder of American War hold at Berea Ky March 2lth1900Ra- wLYEn that we the Veteran of the Spanish American War set apart the 17th day of July of each year as S A Memorial flay for the follow ing reasons lit That we may appropriately celebrate the fall of Santiago and the day on which the Ameri can flag was tint permanently ratted over a for eign palace 2nd To Ixfi ttlngly honor our brave comrades who fell before Santiago and other placca and the noble men who went down with the Maine 3rd That we may kindle annually theimol theCObreasts of over two hundred thounand of Amerl eaa bravest and noblest young men 4th That wo will do all In our power to cttab llth local organizations of the Veteran of the SpanUhAmcrlcari War throughout all the States Stitese5lh That we are now trained and prepared to do moro and greater service for our country than ever before and that wen a body continue at tar u practicable our training and hold our elves in a National Organization ready for any conflict which may antic Slid That we will encourage temperance and morality In every way poulblo among our mom born and strive to set an example for the Military forces of the Twentieth Century- It f TRUKTT Chairman of Committee Find a flaw if you can in the ARTIFICIAL TEETH wo make quality finish fit and ye 8 prices and you can have your racney back Tho work is of such superio l quality that wo have no hesitation it making this statement Filling wit finest amalgam or gold and extractini is done without pain Durability o tho work guaranteed Wo only use tho finest materials Our fillings artworks of art Teeth extracted25 cents Finest amalgam fills7S cents Fine gold fillsIso- A good set of teeth 5 All work done by experts V H HOBSON Dentist Odico Ground floor next door te government building in Ilobsoi building Richmond Ky CUT FLOWERS FOR EASTER Cut flowers for Easter will bo ver high but I can lake your orders the following prices Carnations very large long stemsIoo to 125 per dot Violets very large long stems25 cts per doz Roses very fine2 50350 per doz Prices after Easter will bo verJ much lower I will take orders o flowers for funerals socials weddings etc Funeral bunches from S150 up Give your orders to E Guy Tankersley Or write direct to MISS ADDIE HUNLEY Florist Richmond Ky wa1R10DanOy HIDNS 0 MrfwUf u- silthN Urwlwtiaollr a rrprvwutrd YJ u 11011 000 and Till UKttTlUr BtKUll1 run 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tIhtartTtlmrllhtslbnamontbyoupyouareaoi Mtliaed OBDIB DOJTT uAddress BEARS ROEBUCKIt CO Inc Chicago III rJO Year NO 92 for Dental cutting Ave Ky SURGERY WILKES patent PitSntl SHOESFor the the Durable the for Us the Feet Nature Accept No Other BRI GHT Main St RICHMOND The Berea Monument Co of good work and reasonable prices it that w StateWhenAnything in the monument line Let us know and we will send designs and prices Headstones 600 to any amount Marble and Granite Monuments At prices suit the times Material work JOHN HARWOOD Prop Berea Ky CREAMYVORMSIi For 20 Years Has Ltd all Worm RemediesY 60La XI X Azz aRVC3 Q3r2t9TRi Prepared by JAMES F St Sold by S E WELCH Jr 11701 H Until Further Notice Subscribers to THE CITIZENmay also Tie Tleajo BlaJe or Louisville Commercial t For SOc a Year All J 00 a year Dont Miss It Come at Once subscriptions must IAn TilE CITIZEN J C MORGAN SurgeryOffice Hours S to IS A AIt 1 toS P M National Bank Building Richmond Ky 6500tTRY our Small Dimension and Picket Jlllli for Path Picket Chair and other Small Dimension Stock from the round block Send for circulate MODEL MACHINE WORKS 20 Ashland Jan DENTAL r A SMITH D D S I Smith Building Main Street Richmond Ky Telephone Residence No 02 Office No 00- 62S00 rsPATENTABILITY Notice In Inventive Age Book to obtain Patent I DESIGNS TRADEMARKS COPYRIGHTS OBTAINEDFREEI Cnargtt moderate Ho ree till U secured LE Letten SIGGERS wyerihAingioC JENNESS MILLER Are Most Stylish Are Most Are Most Perfect Are Young and Old Are sold only by They Fit as Intended DOUGLAS CO 207 Vat KY ruoo The result you up to and firstclass BALLARD Louise The come Lexington 173m How CENTER STREET ART GALLERY- C 000 Proprietor UptoDate Photos Nothing But Th Best Finish at the Lowest Prices 62801 i BURTON The Photographer DEALER IN AMATEUR SUPPLIES Fine Photographs at Reasonable Prices Views about Berea a specialty 6 25o0r CIFt HANSONSLIVERY 62800 You Want GOOD GLASSES IF YOU WANT THEM AT ALL- Glawa that are not properly adjusted to JOB eyes are actually dangerous I know It amd you ought to know U not attempt to salt glasses to your eyes until know what li needed Eyed tree A Nice line of Novelties in JEWELRY T A ROBINSON Jeweler and Optlclu azsoo LEWIS At DAVIS Medicine and Surgery Berea Ky Office in Hanson Bid s0 E B McCOY Dentist Berea Kentucky 52501 A BOON TO MANKIND DR TABLERS BUCKEYE PILE PLIE TU E CUREr W A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 75 CENTS BOTTLES 50 CENTS t JAMES F BALLARD Sole Proorletor 310 North Halo Street ST LOUIS Ht i THE CITIZEN TO PASCO Kdltor and Manager HKltKA KEXTtCKY lfr s11hJi APRIL J900 9 SunMinTuilWidThurl Frl Sit I 2 3 4 5 7 89JJ23I I4fc J5J6 17 18 19 2 21 f It 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 C 29 30 If i IIlI li lIlIlIiIiIliM Lucchenl the murderer of KmprcsH Elizabeth Is npniu in solitary conliuc ment lie tried to stab the superin tendent of the prison where he is eon fined with a slurp Instrument he had made out of n ran opener The rea son for the attack was the refusal of unusual privileges Hinvnllnns cnll their either islands IJnhywyee we say llalivyce Oth er proper ways of giving well known Hawaiian names are Uahhu 110 nolulu Mowno Maul Kowaye Kanai Neehou Niihau Hcclo Hilo IiOiyna Iiihiilnn Knhhnh In Kohala Vowels are as In Italian and deserves much care Hawailans pay little attention to consonants u The colonization season has opened promisingly in the south and Industrial agents say tlc year will be n record breaker for inmilprntioii Many new mills and fnetorica arc being lo cated along the lines of southern rail roads mill new industries are con scantly developing Large colonies lire also coming south Hid thousands of people are taking advantage of the home seekers excnrsiois A change In the quality of straw hints for the Cuban and Porto lllean trade is reported by dealers this sea son The goods are to Its mostly of bright striking colors Two years ago hats of this character were rare ly seen in Cuba all the women wear- Ing black then cither for personal mourning or IISMII evidence of sor row over Spanish rule The change in fashions indicate the happier con ditions which prevail in the island The women of Marmaton Knn five miles west of Ft Scott have organ- Ized themselves into a hand of labor ers for the building of the United llrelhren church there Twelve of them dunned old clothes the other day and begun the work of excavat lug for the foundations Enough money to build the church could not to raised so the women determined to take up the work anti do It them selves rather than let the project be abandoned Gen Edward Moody MrCook who has been compelled to seek n refuge in the soldiers mime at Vountville Cat belongs to the historic lighting MeCooks almost a score of whom have been military men of renown The general is the sot of the late John McCook nail was horn at Stem bemille n In 1835 Ho was the fifth and seventh governor of Colorado nod was active In tin territorial legis lature of Kansas at the time when the state of Kansas was formed Italys sanitary precautions are interfering with the jubilfo pilgrimages A train load of 301 Marseilles pilgrims was stopped at the frontier and in formed that every one must he vacci minted before entering Kali The pit 111 nil refused to submit and were sent back to Marseilles The govern uncut oflleials declare that the measure is due to the prevalence of small pox in Southern France but the cler icals maintain that it Is devised solely to annoy intending visitors to Home Few rich met work harder than John n llockefeller the Standard oil Croesus and certainly no other New York millionaire is personally so lit tit In evidence as he Nearly every day he puts In a lengthy period at hil afire in lower Hroadway mad even the days he is absent arc usually passed III business pursuits elsewhere Thorn is therefore color of truth In the report that he recently sighed for a man to look miller his Interests of fering to paynu annual salary of 000000 for such service The first shipment of steel ever made from the south to the north left Uirmlnghnm the other daywhen a train of 21 ears earring 403 ton or steel billets departed over the Southern railway fur Worcester Mass The steel was made at the new mil liondollar plant of the Alabama Steel and Ship Hulldlng Cn at Knsley which began operations in January last mind vas consigned to the Amer ican Steel and Wire Co It will be used in time manufacture of wire A German authority has recently announced the diseoucryof a tree In the forests of Central India which has most curious characteristics Time leaves of the tree mire of a highly sea sitive nature so full of electricity that whoever touches one of them receives an electric shock It has very singular elTcct upon n magnetic needle and will influence It at a dis tance of even 70 feet The electrical strength of the tree varies according to the time of day It being strongest at midday and weaken at midnight Jq vet tsRG1bC r1 Jo redlaulI1OIH WE MUST GROW OLD Vfm must grow old The years by Sometimes on wings they seem to fly But why such heater We know not why We only know that we grow old Sometimes alas the years they go Ai If with leaden feet to slow We taint from pain We cannot know Wheretpre or why but we grow oldl Each vanished year Its own sad tale Ot disappointment woe and wall Adds to the score until we fall Since we grow oldl We must grow old The broken links of lifes short chain Can never find their place again The heart will bleed when pierced with painWhen loved ones die and we grow old Into the dark unknown we take Fhe hopes misfortune could not fhake Pure as the mountains snowy lake Where all Is well when we are old Timothy Thomas Fortune In N V Sun LCopyrlehttgq by F Tennyson Neely4 CHAPTER VI The great thoroughfare of that wonderful city seated on more than her seven hills and ruling time western world was thronged front curb to curb Gay with bunting and streamers the tall buildings of the rival newspapers and the long facades of hotels mad busi ness blocks were gayer still with the life and color and enthusiasm that crowded every window Street mile was blocked Cable cars clanged vainly and the police strove valiantly It was a day given up to but one duly and Jill purpose that of giving Godspeed to the soldiery ordered for service In the distant Philippines and though they hailed from almost every section of the union except the Pacific slope DS though they were her own children with all the hope and faith and pride end patriotism with all the blessings and comforts with which she had load ed the foremost ships that sailed yet happily without the tears that flowed when her own gallant regiment was first to lend the way San Francisco turned out en masse to cheer the men kom far beyond the Sierras and the Rockies and to see them proudly through the Golden Gate Early in the day the guns of a famous light battery had been trundled decked like tome rose covered chariot at the summer fes tival of flowers through the winding lanes of eager forms and faces the can noneers almost dragged from the ranks by the clasping hands of men and women who seemed powerless to let go With their little brown carbines tossed jauntily over the broad blue shoulders half n regiment of regular cavalry dismounted hind gone trudg ing down to the docks cheered to the gateway of the pier by thousands of citizens who seemed tc envy the very recruits who only halfuniformed and drilled brought up the rear of the column Once within the massive wooden portals the guards and sentries holding back the Importunate crowd the sol diers flung aside their heavy packs and were marshalled before nn array of tempting tables and there feasted com forted and rejoiced under the ministra tions of that marvelous successor of time sanitary commission of the great civil war of the sixties the order of the Itcd Cross There at those tables In the dust and din of the bustling piers in the soot and heat of the railway station In the jam and turmoil at the ferry houses in the fog and chill of the sea ward camps in the fcvcrhaunlcd wards of crowded field hospitals from dawn till dark from dark till dawn toiled week after week devoted women in every grade of life the wife of the millionaire the daughter of the day laborer the gentle born the delicately reared the social pets and darlings the humble seamstress no one too high to stoop to aid the departing soldier none too poor or low to deny him cheer and sympathy The war was still young then Spain lad not lowered her rlddletl standard and sued for peace Two great fleets had ben swept from the seas the guns of Santiago were si enccd and the stronghold of the oil ent was sulking in time shadow of the lag but there was still soldier work to be done and so long at the nation sent its lighting men through her broad and beautiful gates San Francisco IIn- dtle fled Cross stood bywith eager lavish hands to heap upon the warrior sons of a score of other states even as upon their own every cheer and com fort that wealth could purchase or hu man sympathy devise Jt was the one Feature of the war days of OS that will never be forgotten At one of the flowerdecked tables near time great stage that led to the main deck of the transport a group of blithe young matrons and pretty girls hind been busily serving fruit tot fee and bouillon and substantial to the troopers man after man fur over tno hours There was lively chat and merry war of words going on at the moment between half a dozen young officers who had had their eyes on Ihat pin llcular table vice since the coming of the command and were now making the most of their opportunities be fore the trumpets should sound the assembly and the word be passed to more aboard All the heavy baggage ind ammunition had at lost been swung Into the hold the guns of the battery had been lowered and securely shocked the forecastle head was thronged with the red trimmed uniforms of the artillerymen who had al reedy been embarked and were now eclpiikly clmaorlng that the troopers ihsuld be SlM PIt tow tbe lumber ministrations of the Red Cross and broadly intimating that It vasnt a fall deal that their rivals should be allowed a whole additional hour of lingering farewellsLingering farewells there certainly were Many n young soldier and mnnj n lass paired oil in little nooks and corners among the stacks of hales and boxes but at time table nearest the staging nil seemed gay good humor A merry little woman with strawcol ored hair anti pert tiptilted nose ami notch vivacity and complexion had np parently taken the lead in the warfare of chad and him Evidently she was no stranger to most of the olllcers Al most us evidently to n very close ob server who stood a few paces away she was nn intonate of the group of women who with good right regarded that table as their especial and pcr sonal charge Her lied Cross badge was very new her garb and gloves were just ns fresh and spotless She had not been ladling out milk nail cream or buttering sandwiches or pinning souvenirs on dusty blue blouses ever since early morning Other faces there showed through all their smiles and sweetness the traces of long days of unaccustomed work mind short nights of troubled Ie Marvelous were Mrs Frank Garrisonsrecuperative powers thought they who saw her brought home In the Primes stylish carriage weak and helpless and shaken after her adventure of the previous tiny She had not been at the Presidio n wrek and yet she pervaded She hail never thought of such n tiling as the lied Cross until she found it the center of the social imminent after her arrival at San Francisco and here she wns the last comer the foremost most for ward think soon one described it in their circle at one of the most prom inent tables absorbing much of the attention roost of the glory and none of the fatigue that should have been equally shared by all Adios slue gayly cried as the assembly rang out loud and clear and waving their bands and raising their caps the ollleers hastened to join their commands Adios till we meet in Manila Do you really think of going to the Philippines Mrs Harrison queried n much older looking yet younger wom an Rhywe were told the general said that none of his stair would be allowed to take their wives Yet there are others laughed Mrs Garrison waving dainty handkerchief toward the troops now breaking into column of twos and slowly climbing the stage Who would want to go uuh that blessed old undertaker iocd bybon voyage Ueordie sue cried blowing a kiss to the lieutenant at the head of the second troop a youth who blushed and looked confused at time at tention thereby centered upon him and who would fain have shaken his fist rather than waved the one unoccupied hand in perfunctory reply When go Ill choose a ship with a band anti broad decks not any such cramped old canal boat as the Portland Oh I thought perhaps your hums band began the lady dubiously but with a significant glance at the siltrt faces about her Who Frank Garrison Hcavenvl I havent known what it was to have a hiihbnnil since that poor dear boy went nn stafTdnty promptly answered the diminutive center of attraction n merry peal of laughter ringing under tin dingy archway of the long long roof Why the Portland has only one stateroom in it big enough for a band box mid of course time general has to have that and there Isnt n deck where one couple could turn a slow wnltz No Indeed walt for the next flotilla when our fellows go bands and all Then well see Hut surely Mrs Garrison we are told the war department has positively forbidden ofllcers woes from going on the transports again began her In terrogator a wistful look in her tired eyes I know Id give anything to join Mr Dutton The war department has to take or ders quite as often as it glues them Mrs Dutton The timing 1511 know how to be of time order giving side Oh joy she suddenly cried Here are time Primes and Amy Lawrence then time regiments must be coming And theres Stanley Armstrong Fur up the westward street the distant roar of voices mingled with the swing and rimy Ihrn mind crush of martial music Dock policemen mind soldiers on Iunrd began borings wide lane through the throng of people on the pier A huge block transport ship lay moored along time opposite side to that on which the guns and troopers were embarked and Jar hours bales Lames and barrens hind been swallowed up and stored in her capacious depths until now o cr against time tables of time Itcd Cross there lay behind n rope harrier taut itrotchcd and guarded by a line of sea tries an open space close under the SIde of time greater steamer and bc wcen time two landing stages placed fore and lilt Hy this tithe the north tide of the broad pier was littered with the inevitable relics of open air lunch ing and though busy hands had been nt work and time tables hud been cleared and frenh while cloths were spread mind everything on the tables began again to look fair and Inviting time good fairies themselves looked ask nice at their bestrewn surrounding Oh if we could only move everything bodily over to the other side wailed iladam President ns from her perch out u stack of Red Cross boxes she ur eyed that coveted stretch of clean tin tampered flooring And why nut chirruped Mrs Gary rlllon from a similar perch n tier or two higher lien mire men enough to move nountalns All we have to do is to say time wordIbut gazing wistfully about over the throng or faces ns though In Kiirch of someone EUtllclent In rank anti authority to icrvf her purpose We plccd la vain with the iiKfMMiic Wtirt1 IJi ton his Older are Imperative to Mlow no iuc to Intrude on that space mind iindnm looked as though she would rather look anywhere than nt the ani netted sprite above her What nonsense shrilled MrsCir rlson Here Cherry sloe cullrl to a pretty girl standing near the base of the pile give me my hug Im army woman enough to know that order re ferred only to the street crowd that sometimes works in on the pier and steals The hag was duly passed up to her She coat one swift glance overtime lends of the crowd to where a handsome carriage was slowly working Its way among time groups of prettily dressed women mind children frlerds and relatives of members of depnrt ing commands In whose behalf ns though by special dispensation time or der excluding all hilt soldiers mid the Ited Cross hind been modified Already the lovely darkeyed girl on the near side haul waved leer hand in greeting responding to Mrs Garrisons en thusiastic signals but her companion equally lovely though of fur different type seemed preoccupied perhaps un willing to ere for her large dark thoughtful ryes were engaged with some object on the opposite side not even with the distinguished looking soldier who sat facing her and talking quietly at the moment with Mr Prime There was n gleam of triumph in Mrs Garrisons dancing eyes as she took out n flat notebook anti pencil and diithcd oft a few lines In bold and Mgoroiu strokes Tearing out the page she rap- Idly read it over folded it and glanced imperiously about her A ca alry ser geant one of the home troop destined to remain at the Presidio was leaning over the edge of the pier hanging on to an Iron ring and shouting some part lug words to comrades on the upper deck but her shrill soprano emit through the dull roar of deep masculine voices and IIP tramp of feet on resounding woodwork Sergeant she cried with quick decision Talie this oer to the olllcer in command of that guard Then bring n dozen men and nave these two tables across time pier The cntalryman glanced at the saucy little woman In Ihe stunring costume tool In the gold crowed satires topped by a rcgl mental number in brilliants that pinned her martial collar at time round white throat noUu the ribbon and pin anti badge of the Red Cross anti the symbol of the Eighth corps In red enamel and gold upon the breast of her jacket and moue all the ring of ac customed authority in tier tour and All hi IhlssUoel Wliul never hesitated a second Springing to the pile of boxes he grasped time pa per respectfully raised his rap and bored his stalwart way across the pier In three riinutcx he was hack half n dozen soldiers ut his heels Whcrcjl you have cm maam iniiui he naked as the men grasped the supports and raised the ncarmost tobltStralshtneru15 mud well over to the edge slat answered In the sauna crisp tones of command Then with total and Instant change of manner sup pose your tables should go first Madam President sine smilingly said It shall be ait you ivUh about the others dud the Bed Cross was vanquished I declare said nil energetic ofllcinl a moment later leaning had on her throne of lemon boxes and fanning herself vigorously for a whole hour Ive been trying to move that ofllcers heart anti convince Mm the order didnt apply to un Now how didlihe- do 1Il- Tile officer must be sumac old some personal friend hnznrdcd the secre tart with n quiet feminine compre hensive glance ut the little lady now hclllt lifted up to shake hands with the carriage full alter being loaded with compliments mid congratulations by the ladle of the two favored tablet Not at oil was the prompt reply lIe Is u volunteer officer she never set eyes on before today vVoulrt like to know what was on that paper liut now the roar of encoring and the blare of martial music had reached the very gateway The broad portals were throvii open and in blue mud brown crushed nail squeezed by the attend ant throng the head of the column of infunti y came Gliding on to the pier The bund wheeling to one side stood ut time rutrance playing them In the rafters ringing to the stirring strains of The Liberty Hill They were still far down time lung pier the slop lug rifles just visible dancing over the heads of the crowd No time watt to be lost More tumbles were to be car tied bututho but thatthat little army woman1 could glue the order so that it would be obeyed Not one bit did the president like to do it but something had to be done to obtain the necessary order for time roldicni who willingly and promptly obeyed her beck and call were now edging away for n look at the newcomers and Mrs Frank iarrUon perched on the carriage step and chatting most vi vaciously with its occupants and no longer concerning herself apparently about Ilia fled Cross or Us table had the rjralljkntli of finding hermit m Vla CbRtJ yuhC f hl licit jml3pi4i1 IJJ y two most preiiilnent and distinguished women of San Francisco society sod requested to Issue Instruction an to the moving of the other tables Cr tautly Medics flc responded with charming smiles iiirt one uilnute Mildred Dont thrive farther et1I11t1 within that minute half a dozen boys In blue were lugging nt time first of the tables still left on the crowded side of the dual and others still were bear ing oil stores urns and trays In less time than It takes to tell It the entire fled Cross equipage was on its way across the pier and when the rom manding olllcer of the arriving reg lament reached the spot which he had planned to occupy with his band his HtalT and all his ollleers there Instate and ceremony to receive the citizens who came In swarms to hid them farewell he found it occupied by as many ns eight snowy goodyladen tables presided over by as many ns SO charm hag maids and matrons all ready mud eager to comfort and revive the inner man of his mighty regiment with cof fee and good cheer Illimitable nail time colonel swore n mighty oath anti pounced on his luckless ofllcer of the guard lie had served ns a subaltern nmmmya year In Ihold urmy and knew how It was done Didnt I glue you pmnnal and porl time orders not to let anything or anybody occupy this space lifter the bug gage was got aboard sir he dR mnnded You did sir said time unabashed lieutenant pulling n folded paper from his belt and the tied Cross got word to the general anti what the lied Cross Hiys goes Look at that The colonel looked read looked dazed scratched his head mirth raid Well Im damned Then he turned to hla adjutant Von were with me when I saw the general last night mud he told omen to put this guard on and keep this suet clear Now what dyou say to that r The adjutant glanced over tlfe pets died lines Well wild he If you sosc any order that dlserlmlnatri against the fled Cross Is going to hold good once they timid it out youre bound to get left Theyre feasting time first company now sir shall I have it stopped and there was n grin un der the young soldiers mustache Time colonel paused one moment shook Mi head anti concluded IIP too would bet ter grin and bear it Taking time pay per In hit land main hi heard his name called nail sauv smiling fares anti beckoning hands In an open carriage near him but the sight of Ktnrlr Armstrong iiinnling In him from nn other farther away hashronmethulmg dominant about It With you In a minute lie called to throe who first hind summoned him What it Arm strongI lIh to present you to some friends of IIIlnl Mis Iawrcncr Mi Prime Mr Prime toy old nnnxint Col Stewart Pardon me Mrs ar rlson 1 JM not tee you had rriurnn Sue had and was once note pert huh upon the step Mfrs Garrison Col Stewart Wlmt we tweed to know Stewart Is thus Will All mrn board the ship by this Itagor will some go aft 7 All by thlll stagewhyli- mit thr colonel fell a somewhat moss sive hand crushing down cm his arm anti fnrrlmrc to press the question Armstrong let no Mttsr carne He spoke rapidly for him bending for ward too nnd speaking loinhnl even ax she chatted anti laughed the little woman on thr carriage step saw even though she did not teem to look card even though sloe did not Hem to listenAn awkward thing has happened Tho generals tent was robbed of Im portant papers perhaps two days ago nnd the guardhouse rid of n most im portant prisoner last night Canker has put the ofilccroftheguord arrest Itemrmbrr good old Hilly Gray who commanded us nt Apache Thls Is Hilly Junior anti Fin awfully sorry Here the soft gray eyes glanced quick ly nt the anxious face of Miss Lawrence who rat silently feigning Interest In the chat between the others The anx lOlls look In her eyes gave way to mid den alarm nt Armstrongs next worth The prisoner must hue hind friends lie It among your men disguised anti those two fellows nt the stage ore de teethes A low try mine from her Zips for Mrs Garrison dropped nt the Instant and lay half under the wheels In a deathlike swoon upon the dock To He Continued rite llrnnon Wlir A gentleman Will riding on one of time Hcotl1ndlwlena coin guy me today 200 years old Mid you ever see a coin 200 years 01cl1 Oil yes was the reply I Lave one myself 2000 years old Ah said the driver have ye And he spoke no more during the rest of the journey When time coach arrived nt Its destina ton the driver came up to the gentleman with an Intensely tclfsatlsfied air and said I told you u we came along that hall n coin 200 years od you said to me us you had one 2000 years oldYes so I lave Sow you he a liar What do you menu by that What do I mean lViiyIts ouly 1800 nowiLoodonlaswcrallbertr New CookThen I am not toiwear 10111 bonnets when I like Mistress No but think how large your wages are New Cook haughtily My liberty not for cole Detroit Journal A flllRhl MliuiiilcritninlliiK JudgeDid you sec the prisoner al time bar WtncssNnw when I ice Urn hi leas on the slret wherttbcbQKfiJf tbufhdd bill OWIry From Washington How n Llttlo Doy Woo Snvod Washington ClVhea our boy t was nbout 10 months old he broke out with n rnh which was thought to ho measles Inn few days he hail a swell ing on the left side of his neck and it WIIK decided In be mumps Ho waa given medical attendance for nbout three weeks when the doctor said It was scrofula anti ordered n salve Ho wantrd to lance time sort huh would not let him nod contlmird giving him medicine for about four months when the bunch broke In two places and be come n mailing sore Three doctors said It uas scrofula and mach or dered n blood medicine A neighbor told me of n ease somewhat like tine babys which was curcl by Hoodn Sarinpnrllla I decided to give It to my boy nod In n shunt wnile his health Improved nod ids neck healed so nice ly tint stopped gluing Lulus the med icine The sore broke out again how ever whereupon I again gave him Hoods Sarsapnrllln mud Its persistent use has accomplished n complcto cure Mums Sumo CIIAJT ti St N EOne n f Urn McllitnotiHli InUm In our of but f srrts Glrn MrDnnaiigh ln l written two or thirr hurt to he ix krn by a grtepheavydo At rrhrarMl jirll1lde her way sadqidMrart Inl ont in the third CouMnt you write me one for rroml art tae MrDon ouxh thought it ininulr looknl it the girl said Yr in the lmmt rrnr ion fntrr and my 1rrr it the hum Oh anydearChicago Chrouirir To California uulrklr aim CiimforC able VU Chicago Union Paeiftr soul North Wrttftn Ilnt Ih Overlaid UaUrd Jeivw Cbiraio daily 030 P M arttvr San Fraarixo the afternoon of lhnl day sad IQs A IIICrll next mornmx No thaage af ran All mealy in dining ears HuUrt smoking stid lihrsrv tth Iwrber Til- eIt of everything l1ir Iaedc teeswith leaves CTiiraitn daily 1030 P M first rlasa amt through tourist sleeper to Califor everyThursdayk XorthIIlnl flr fnrtiiiliin and illudrated iwsuiphht app r tow II Knikrrn j Fifth aye Chleago III terhartar turn p ac wnt tsrnrushire llama htlo Iarei Happy Women who havo boon relieved of painful monstruation by Lydia E PInkhams VogO table Compound are con stantly writing grateful otters to Mrs Plnhhatn I Lydia E Plnkrum VfjcUblc Compound I cured thorn It always rclovcs painful periods and no woman who suf fors should bo without this knowledge Nearly all tho Ills of women result from some derangement of tho female organism Mrs PInkhams groat mod olno makes women healthy f of this there Is overwhelming proof Dont experiment It you suffer got this modl olno and got Mrs2Pink hams free advice Her addross Is Lynn Ma- ssPIMPLES fljruire Imtl ilniplr on lirrfurr but theybarowith consuMl ion for acme time lint after tak- Ing tho nrnt Cacarct harm bail no Ircmhli blebIUermaatowa Atelhlllldelpbllll CANDY CATHARTIC TIIAOI Rioianmo 10OuodCURE CONSTIPATION ff Iirhraoe 1111 Uulril I rwL to- N druUwaL DOUCLAS MADEWtmt4with other makes lmlonwHl hjr rarer 1000000 cater UDouiUtlumped on bottom Tike tubitltute eUimci to be at Your dealer them it Ihouldeer tend a pair on receipt of price and jc leathernitaantun DrBullsltlvlrcurelcwlbD Cnu h Syrupreliable lltl b apAlways WU if T911c1QW gicibfl4 Tvvih Mode from Pnper ladentIrtrymulerlalPaperat host prefer thtlr own and this may bye l II nrenutlduhcd by kee ring the StomachlIiltrrRiltcrswillIrengthrnand biliousness No Wonder Mr llmrltril 11 A eotniiirrrial traveler whore wife in one of throe women who borrow trouble iniliv tripcadndfeltnnallltox which wan reported to be preva SheItrgidin tin lo on contagion refnr1such a persistent odor saidtoIII wonderful the owerofthisitnagina 111IiIgnarl It warn imsginalinn at all quietly re piled the wily little woman i aired a bit WforeLIGHT0 r The Trry flrnt requirement of the prlinlthr innn food thr next rlolh IIIR Ihr nrM nbrllrr and Him be jiisr ftnin till rriiilrrinrnt of the inirrly anlinnl Italy to those of n lltlln igIitr pin ur nml ilrinnniln llfjlit and lirnt and coiiipiinlni lilp In Ilir proc ess of rvnliiilnn llir vrry nrl rvlilrnce of n ilrvrlnptnctil beyond the nnlmnl lnfp In whit innn was n cnrnl aroma tent of prey Uilllnp nnd devouring raw aiilinnU Iran at rang limit hlniMlf rn Ihr rtnplnyinpiit of flrc for heat rookingIt have m fashioned ndult innn Hint Irnllilol pnsa an mucli or thin tltnn In slurp nn KIP Ims flvn otrr lo iliirkliPi nnil It In lororrrrt thUfmilt In the ilriiiltiritlinlforiill lime man linn ilrvolcd n largo jnrl of hln rnrrulm to word Irod 1111111 mrnni far nrtificlnl Illiitnlnnllnn which would tencHirn HIP day nod khnrlcu the demand for light N as mat llrut n dcmnnil na Hint for food An crt ilcnrc of HIP furl that IliU Ii n natural ilrimiml II till rnplillly with whim nay rill 111 r Mip plying a sntiefnrlnry light p row e 1l thumps l hr large IK Intlnxtrnl conrcnmln HIP world arc rnrncil In the work of dispelling the ilnrkncxn offer the sun has HUt to shine A nunreloua new diem teal compound which when brought In con Inch wllh water would lwularaaingfu IntllnK attic ofimnuluimney gno won illsrotiiril liy url jllrnl At n small North uollnn rllloKi on Mny 4lh In Nolhini vni done with the ilincovrry unit II 1VJ1 when n rone pony to cNplolt It wit lormrd Since hems Iii 111IlhnllllIIIIIII1I1 has liicn without pitillcl In Hie Iniliislrtal history nil Inn The lieu Mihflincc Cnt lililr In np prnrnncc tr cnililr ilnrk irnnlli nml ordinarily cnlshrs Ihc plcccs nllr- rr alioul the alze of egg coal Cnrhlile U Inrrl will not hurl Is non Inllim ma tile unit cnn IIP handled In nay quan Hty with perfect calmly Calcium Car litilp In produced liy the fusion nml re Juctlou In nn clrrlilc furnace of n mix lure of tlnrty cuniKl unit inllniuUly mixed limy nml cole There Imur hrcii passed nnd pro noiincc l sale liy Hie Roan ol Klrr In fiirnncp over richly illlJcirnl Idmls of tlrrlylviiefromwntcr nnd Ihd antes of Calcium Cur tilde for a alujjlc day Imvc been In cx cc of 3CU tutu When It la comlilcrcil that lew limn foni year ago ihcic woe tint nn Accly Irnc fcnrrttlor on the niarlivt and the my iitim Acplylcne llftll tau tin known onlnlilr of Icchnlciil rhrmlcnl InUiinlnrlrn Ihlx 110ItI1I KCPIIIK truly hythltrnonliniillv hrllllnnl cheap Mitt unit Mlinfiiclnrv light Hint It jioi erases many nil taii iii gee nad common lo nnr oilier nrtlliclnl illiimlminl amid hunt It icichcft mil nppcnU lei n clni of Icolalnl IdiisinncrK In vlllnfjcs and on ftiniK away froiii pun and electric sorelyfeltJAcctlenp Is produced l y the simple combination of rntcltint en chide nail wafci the formic U now procurnhle really nml nt email cast Any tine chanlc rams inslnll Ihr generator Any tnnnlpulnleitTlirllatne from Hie Acetylene iii clear nml hrllllnnl lime very PUKCIICP of lljhl Jtvlnt lo Ily rirlinrss It consumed In my imnll liiirnorn An Acetylene flame Ihc size of n Ihutnli nail gives ua much lltjhl ns nn ordinary llame from city gas thirteen times oc large MRfiiirVnnt Slvnnl I was much amusedsaid Cawker In Ciimio at what a relurn Klondiker told me of thr customs of th gold minI Interesting and funny were they lie Mid that in six men sltpt together They all lay in a row like spooni in a cane faring one way to keep warm When one of them became tired of liinu on one side he would call out Jnwyer and they would all turn at once Wby did they use Uu word lawyer f Tb t Oicsnt Lie of the ot er tide Judge It Ii not Ahur the most lueeetiful rtih ermlllho tell Ih94 cetcbyItarrt H9 0l U9Pe r THli SUNDAY SCHOOL Lemnn In the Inlrrnnllonnl uncles foe April lllomlra Mi BMil Iriiinliif Prepared by It C Ienlncton TUB LESSON TKXT- Mnlllifw VH Judge not that ye In not judged Ior with what judgment yo judge yr shall be Judged and with what measure ye mete It Punt lie menmirid to you ncaln And why beholdFt thou the mote that I In thy brothers epe but ronnlilertnt not he beam that la In Ihlne own 111 Or how wilt thou say to thy brother Lt me pull out the mole out of thlnn rye mil behold a beam In thine own r1i Thou hypocrite that coat out the beam lut of Ihlne own tye sail then shall thou no clearly to cast out the mote out of thy brothers rye G Give not that which In holy unto tine togs neither cast ye your pearls before iwlne lent they trample them under their rot and turn again and rend you dunk and It shall be given you reek mil ye ahnll find knock and It shall b t opened unto R For every one that nclteth recelrelh snit he that neekelh nndctli aril to him hat knockelh It shall be opined f Or wind man la there of you whom If his ton sunk bread will he give him a atonal Or If he ask a fish will he Rive him a lerpentT If ye then being evil know how tc live good Rlflit unto your children how nuch more shall your Father which Is In Heaven give good timings to them that ask Hm7It Therefore all thins whatsoever ye would that men should do to you do ye von so to them for this la the law and he prophets II Knur ye In nt the strait gate for wide Is the vale nnd broad Is tho way that radeth to dMructlon and many there be uhlch go In thereat H lltcause strait Is the Rate and nar ow In the 8 which leudeth unto life ind frw there be that nod It nOIDBN TnXTWhalsoever ye would hal men should do to you do ye even 0 them Halt 712 NOTES AND COMMENTS With thin IfBHon we conclude the tudy of tin ecrinon on the mount Therefore verges 2127 ulioulil lie taken In connection with thin text lliey oloKo tho sermon and very rnplilcallv tlencrlhe the two types of men In the world TliiiMj who found their liver on the principle laid down liy Ienni will abide those who refure the words of eternal life will come to the close of life empty having built according to the figure of the Mn ter n IIOIIHC on the sntul or by n like llfjuro inucli In common mite only n houne of cnnlo The loki on onnlvuls will follow the text The Iaielng of Judgment vs 11ronrrrrlng Ir 3erv 711 The Uolden ltuhIs It Entrance to the IClngdomII 1911 Thin IDMliitf of Judgment In this pnnnn e JCKUH lays down cry clearly the rule of conduct regarding censori otin JiulKmentii In life we have to judge our fellows nnd nequnlntnnce Only by pawing n mrntnl judgment cnn we deal fairly nod honorably pro tect our own IntcrrKlN and gltc that which In due to thane about Hut Jesus warn tin ngnlntt cennorlotiK flees And concerning censorious juilg ment JeftiiK makes four ileclaratlonii 011n will be Judged by the saute ktamlnril that w d Judge others Tbli In JiiRt for If we mallcloukly or Igno rnntly and tinnrce Rnrlly mlareire kent iinotherV diameter no judgment rnu be too hnrcl for Another thing We cnnnot sec nil around time affairs of this life and In the majority of canes Ill jtidgnictt In uncalled for therefore we should temper with mercy whatever cMimatrx of an other character we niUKt make A third reason prrnentn Itself ngnlntst rensorioim judgment and eHtabllnhes the declaration of Clirlut nnd it Is found In the constitution of the hu man mind It Is that It Is the ten dency to Judge another hOllrllllt Therefore by judging another n moan dOrM little more than reveal his own weakness of character besides of course the learnt that In done that others reputation David hays Isnlin ISIO of Kodt t lth the pure Thou wilt show Thyself pure and with the forward Thou will show Thyself for word liven time Italy God Is thought obstinate perverse nail unjust by men whose liven are not in accord with time Divine teaching 2 We tire not to pick lawn with others while there that within our own hearts that needs correction verse 3 1 If we try to remove the beam from our own rye we will lave little time for the mote in n brothers rye In verse 0 Jesus adds an addi tional reason for not pausing judg mint The one of whom we nee apt to think unruly may be fully aa bad nn we knave thought lilui but why east penrlnbefore swine An old adage line It Reprove not n scorner list he hate theelrOl 07 8 Concerning IrayerJesime law con eernlng prayer In exceedingly simple It Is that we take the attitude of per fect trust Ask timid It shall be given you seek and ye Khali find knock and It shall be opened unto you If ye then being evil know how to give good gifts onto your children how much more nhnll your 1ather which Is In Heaven give good things to them that aslc Him Kntrnnce to the Kingdom The way lido the Kingdom of Heaven as laid down by Jesus Is not n broad one limit n narrow one and hard to travel It is natural to do not right kit wrong rlho path of the Chrlstlan life In tip hill Dinieultles should not dincour age but Incite lo renewed effort Straight is time gate nUll narrow Is time wny which lendeth unto life and few there be that find It lent of Truth Where love Is there Is no tollH S IJernnrd True life Is right eousness love joy pence 11111 out of doors anti In Intel lectual and splrtnal sunshine It is never among time dlsnonanccs of na tore oar tho jnr of affairs Ell Toy Right living In time fullest neimc of tine wool the spirit of love to mod and love to man carried Into every relation of life brings tine mill Into such n state Hili It I sensitive tc mornl truth nil apprehends ll ns bv Instinct Qr tfwlm THE TEEMING WEST rate Irnlrle Lands of Wmtr rn Cnnndn- llelnic 1lllrd will Exert limit Selllcra The snllcnt fact that presents Itself in taking a birdseye view of the Canadian West In that of Intense ac tivity In every department Whether lime glance be turned upon the dis- trIct cast of Winnipeg the lied lllvcr Valley south or north the Dauphin and M k X W district the South western or whether It talc in the great central division aloug the main line of the C 1 11 stretching away out to the Ilockles ninth from there bending north and south to Prince Alberta null Kdmonton Mclcoil nnd Icthbrldge whether the examination be mnde In any of these directions the tame activity growth and hopeful ness Is observable The Canadian west Is not only n good place to locatepermanently hut It Is alto a good place to Invite their relatives and friends to conic to This Is the spirit that seems to unit mate the west nt the present time and Iti effects are to be seen on every hand To enumerate the towns where handsome and substantial blocks and residences have gone up this year would he iilmply to give a list of the towns and villages along the railway lines And this movement line not been confined to these centers of pop ulation but in many cases It line been overshadowed by the Improvement in farm building So far as one can see this Is no passing phase no repetition of any temporary boom following n period of good crops and fair prices It Is movement more spontaneous more general more marked tutu anything that has gone before and seems to Indicate that the Great West like Samson bursting the encompassing bands linn awakened to n period of activity and development that will surpass anything we have known In time past and which will only be par alleled by the opening out of some of the most teethe of the western states of the union Look at some of the figures Over n thousand schools In Manitoba and the number going up by leaps anti bounds Something like five hundred schools In the Territories Winnipeg as representing the gateway of the west the third city in time Dominion In regard to bank clearings postal business anti probably In regard to customs the custom return nt Win nipeg running about thirty to forty per cent greater month by month than In the fiscal year of 1S978 the largest previous year for octal busl tires entries when over 000000 was patch through the Winnipeg ofllce for duty The C P It nnd Canada Northwest Und sales together run ning over 1500000 for the year These nnd n thousand morn signs show how the west line leaped into new life Thin Is nn Inspiring and cheering spectacle lint It brings with It great responsibilities The business men realize this time banks realize It and lave spread their agencies through every bustling little town clear out to time coast the churches realize It and one denomination alone Inns opened an average of about thirty new stations In each of the past two years and will Increase this in the year now entered upon the government departments real ize Itnnl1 there Is talk of redistribu tlon and additional members The rducatlonnl branches realize it nnd new schools arc springing tip every where Over 12000 settlers came in from the rutted States alone last year and these with the people who came In from time east prove the most rigorous Westerners They lose min lime In developing their farms in filling their grazing lands with stock and In every district Is to be found evidences of thrift and prosperity The man who cracks his fingers several lime while nailing dawn the carpet knows what it ie to take pains work Philadelphia Itccord toforget flrnllirn Orndlnilr An amateur philanthrnpiit teok charge of Sunday rrhnol cau of Chinamen on the Kant tide The mrmlwrii were zealous to learn and the intelligent responses of his favorite upil rnuted the teacher to glow 11IJiIIICaoleather and one Sunday afternoon in n burst of confidence he said carn tly I poorheathen FamhhnhoueMail and Kxpren Ilewnro of OlnlmiMiti for Catarrh That Cnnlnlii Mercury Iu merlur will IIr h destroy the sense of smell and completely derange whole tern when circling it through the murouj surfaces never lelll on prescriptions from reputable physicians as tin they ten fold to the 011 ran possibly Curclmanufatlllred0 contains no mercury and is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and murous surfaces of system In buying If alls Catarrh Cure the Itcni line It in taken Internallyand in ToWn Ohio by P J Cheney tCo Tcstt tnnnial free Sold bv Dmspi price 73r per bottle lIalll Family Pills arc out of Ilii Curtlnn- Mrs layabout Oh shear me suppose I mint live up Mimcihinit during lent mueh Die 1IaoouI Why riot give up talking no worldlyfTon Con Jet Allrn KoolKme mrK royNEayea slialto Into your shoes It cures chilblains ftwcullnt damp swollen nclilng rectoIL makes New or tight shoes easy A certain euro for Corns mud Hun lonl All druggists and shooturcs sell it ICiiil Atvnlif Listening What makes Mrs Henptck look to wor ried the e days lworrier Her husband has developed habit of lalkinlin hio and its driving her crazy 1hiUdelphia PrCM To Cure n Cold In One tiny Al- ldrullglslsreruudlllollo1rltfalistolurc 23c Did I understand you to soy that one of your ancestors fought during the icvnlit lion 1c my greatgrest tsrrcsit gram lloeandPiain GreensSonsspecialist in the world lIed their adver tisement in another column of this paper After a man don a clever thing he unI ally talks about it too much Atehunn ioUeITTXAM KADKIKSS DYBS do riot stain the haiuN or Bwt the kottlo told by all tlruggeste eomparionsdoesNews nnbothW Patterson Inkster Mach Xov 5 1891 Thre is a disease among raltr knnn n bir nwny jHople latch itAI IIMI Globe Everyone thinks he worku fora man who Ii mighty unapprreiative Atthifoi iobe Old as the Mills Ire the pains and aches ol R1I4UMAfSulNEURAE6IA SCIATICA i Sure as taxes Is the cure of Teem by St Jacobs Oil ABSOlUTE SECURITYn Ceun- oCarter9s Little Liver Pills Muot Bear Signature of See PacSimlle Wrapper Dtlow Terr email and as ears to take no agar tlUDACHECARTERS TORPID BILIOUSNESS LIVER DEFOR CONSTIPATION SALLOW SKIN THE COMPLEXION ORteuiNhi It ANr 26GlibIP 7Tegetablewwd CURE SICK HEADACHE C B Goldthwalte Druggist Troy Ala wrote February 28 1893 II FOR GRANULATED EYELIDS I would not take 50000 for the good I Palmers Lotion has done my son who bad been In care of a physician for 15 month Lotion Soap Prevents and assists In curing sore eyes end sore eyelids At druggists only O How Happy I am to BE FREE from RHEUMATISM TIIl9P1PER DKSUUXd TO ITS PON WHAT UKFCSINO Oil nt for and ratchr and GEORGE Cincinnati h lOG li iiD86 CENTS if newevtomersodTeneeolrrr Pkg City Itrtt Itc tetJCerumbylteII 101Ia rHMl UnrtlietOO 5tt5 AbntalD Pkei worth wn oil mum you Ir lep other our g 111111 aiont SAUI3 lilt tQllAR CIsuiteynartradetadL nlnu 1ronalatierlwithout 19 4 Da1 IOll0 OOOO 1J CASH GIVEN AWAY rvoneyWeand hounewlTcs who have a fewpare moments Curlcgtbadardocelpiis ailTct- tisoUSAPEPULE it tenrent for Indirection will pay llbe iully oral u a postal a ROKKKA aiKIIItIVn COM PAW- lK ptA IVovldencc Jt I In 3 or 4 Years an Independence Is Assured If you UDTOur homes thoIof firmer 1E DA who In crowing reports IA of ornsmenasetcored full cpd railway rates cant has on to the Superintendent of Immigration Department of Interior Ottawa or address the under who wit mill you atlases free of P Hunt Ottawa Canada or to 0 UCAVHN Columbus K T 11ULMKS The fates Indlaaapolla lad DROPSY DISCOVERY gives rrlltf and curfwortl dqtretma6Free WANTEDllntuforlncesandpqt k CO Saw Xssufsctirers Indlinspollr lu- auNEURALGIA l Is what Mre Atchle Young of Oaks ACoo West Sll rlor Wl writes us on Tan 25th fantsothankful lobe able tosaytliat your AllANfiONMO11501SIsthe beat lure ever used In my life I for some last November and commenced using It right away It helped from tiro first dose Olt I cannot explain 10 you how I was suffering rom 1qQIIt that death was nearat hand thought no one could be worse I was very weak harpy expected to live to see my husband tome back from his daily labor Hut now I am frinprntoycheeks are red and I sleep well the whole night through Many of my friends lo surprised to MC me looking to well that they will send for sonic of your 5 e I tiara beer afflicted with rheumatism for 2 with it when Isaw your advertisement a bedII81AANSoNSa IJlIOrH very try i4 It hascompletelycured me but I l more bottles for fear I will get Into the same fix I for en IINOsst0 writes Mr Alexander Kutrell of Uh Is the rnont owtrol known Free from opl ttand l lmOoUnlanUnoarellranll a J ror d ntlen Krurulzlu Jlueknrhe Aithmn lurrli lu Orlppr Croup Nlrrplesinri Nroun SrunilKlP Inlr Creeping Aumbnex eta hetc to enable snffertrs to give DHOW 30 DAYS wlltsendEacemplobotlle r Jklnr you 0 urge bollll l JJITIUUE uAa J6oldbyusxudgenta icni RAxtti s o7rrliwl 8WAVSIIX KIICVUATIC CO I to 1C4 Lake Bt ARE YOU A FARMER MERCHANT 1ItOPRrnper Interested in lighting your home store church or ings If so send us your name and address on a postal we will nail you a contalnln full information the new lightACETYLEE and tell you it is to Install ACETYLENE GENERATORS and nomically you can light a building Addross Buckeye Acetylene Co Dealers in ACETYLENE GENERATORS and CALCIUM Slide IIAYTOSf OIIIO S iLDbase Knaliind Illk friKVErAXD ODIO n aa N Utah Nlrccl CULUMIIU8 OHIO nKAORRS llfY ANVTUIKQ ADVKUTISKI IN COLUMNS BllOLll INSIST fTJKV ASK KOII ALL BUUSTtTLTKS IMITATIONS I 5 Send onco thin TWOSTKP MAIUH It Ions the full swine the air Is equal to Sotinir Send Ten Cents to money or stamps to C JO1IKSTKN Allen Ulds O sMC820r FOR 14 ltrtillant rrIeueb 5100 wllb gaaaUdal ft mrdlclne We take ciperlenc bare bccomowcalthr lined nampbletscto cost PKDLKY of Immigration Ohio sent highly Jtrilrntln CUKK booklet HAVINQ ROOFINGTh nlI SobdltataforpleterSimpleIn- TatrklktlsltlllasnsoeegelYaa cuR roR r i Ml tlSt fAHS Ucst Coach syrup Tastes Good Un- In time Sold tirdrunlits GvOtSTS UM B TION A N KE 1806 WilES WllITIXO TO ADVEHTI EH picnic slate that you saw the AdyorUaeo meat la Chli imper ItA STATE STREET SCENE ON A STORMY DAY NOTELaxative BromoQuinine which is advertised on the large banner over State Street Chicago as represented above is the only exclusive cold prescription sold by every druggist in the United States Canada and in England This is the sig nature VV ltJVof the inventor and plainlyappears on every box of the genuine ArticJef Jt is sold for 21c a lw and all rugglst refund dw jftoncy ifitfails w Sure Virginia Sketches I3v SOJOUBSEH Continual from last twclt Farming in tho Clinch Valley is profitably compared with the price of land which ranges from ten to thirty five dollars pot aero Tho farmers are generally prosperous Although they do not have a convenient mar hot caltlo raising brings in the most ready money They aro too far front corn and wheat markets to raise moro of thoso cereals than they need for homo uso They generally raise ono crop of corn and then sow wheat or winter oats The latter is sown in September and seldom fails to mako- a good crop After wheat or oats they sow clover By this rotation of crops they are improving their lands Where the inclined strata of limestone crops out and on the very steep land they secure a set of blue grass for permanent pastures and Como of these pastures are excellent In some folds where one fourth of the surface is rock the pasture oxcells much of the pasture in the famed blue grass regions of our state On many of the fields there are large quantities of hornstone the remains of vast coral reefs Many of the farmers pickand Laul this stone from tho land piling it along the highways or dump it into mink holes Sometimes they build it into great piles as largo as a house and as high as they can throw it from a wagon The have to pick tho stone after three plowings to get allof it removed This is a very laborious task for on some of the land the stono lies so thick it entirely hides the earth On some fields where the stono had not been picked I have seen a good stand of wheat which had been sown after tho first crop of corn where I couldnot see a particle of earth In such places the stone was small Tho farms are ratter small seldom exceed ing ono hundred acres and often much less than that Some men aro raising their families on tweuty ire acres and living well Ono old man was mak ing a good living on seventeen acres of ordinary laud Tho formers have fine largo horses that work well any where and aro excellent saddle horses They keep a large stock of cattle Six hundred were shipped from that valley to Illinois last fall to be grass fed for market Tho people are very sociable always asking you to come if they see you a dozon times a day Indeed this has become a habit which sometimes borders on the ludicrous I once meta man at a creekcrossing and when we had watered our horses ho asked mo to go up the creek with him I met a boy ou the road and after talk ing with him a few minutes ho asked me to goto mill with him If you enter tho house of a friend hours after meal time they will ask you to eat Indeed it would be considered great lack of hospitality if they should enter your homo at 2 P M and you should fail to ask them if they had been to dinner Whoa they visit over night they often sit up till midnight talking knitting eating apples or chewing tobacco Tho women nro real helpmates gen erally but sometimes it is tho man who is the helpmate Tho farmers wives raise chickens beans potatoes and onions They milk tho cows churn the butter help tend the gar den and corn take tho produce of their own raising to market furnish tho family with groceries and some times almost clothe the family in that way Thero is a great dearth ofmon oy in that section and most of it is only exchanged in cattle trading So of necessity the farm productions must bo exchanged at tho store for goods Tho women think nothing of tying a half dozen or moro chickens together hanging them across the saddle mount take a bucket of but ter to the store to trade for goods And they always keep posted as to where they can got tho best price for produce and where they can buy goods tho cheapest Tho schools of that section compare favorably with our own The teach ers wages are about tho same Some of tho teachers use tho rules on tho childrens palms when they fail to get their lessons They have good school houses and most of them aro three story Tho pigs or sheep occupy tho basement tho schoolchildren time first story and the bats andwasps the attic In religiqn the people aro largely Baptist Now and Old or Missionary and antidogmatic theology is more common than ethics theological dis cussions more in vogue than Sabbath Schools Yet tho morality of tho people is rather above tho average morality of tho south Tho people are beginning to desire a better state of affairs than now exists timid tho general trend of life is above and beyond tho past Owsley County Duck Creole Sam Everett of Mt Sterling was here last week and bought n pair of mules of tho Peters ou Sturgeon CreekThos Breeding of Boonoville amid Miss Dovio Isaacs of this plan were married on Saturday tho 2f th Mrs Verna Peters wife of John Peters died at her home on Little Sturgeon Tho cause of her death was consumption Born to Mr and Mrs II C Hall on tho 20th a girl to Mr and Mrs Daniel Maiuous on the 27th a boy to Mr and Mrs Mark Garret a iiuo boy Washington County Springfield Mrs Francis Baker has mowed into her new residence in Jamestown- J I Short of Harrodsburg passed through hero this week enrouto to Bardstowu Bishop C T Peddy is staying with Mr and Mrs Frank Brooks while in townBishop C T Peddy from Louis villa gave an interesting looturo last night at the A M E Church Tho groceries aro still multiplying There is great competition at present since the Blue Grass grocery has startedThe S M T Lodge met yesterday at 230 and the U B F mot at 730 P M to transact business under the Deputy Master White from Lebanon Clay County Bright Shade Miss Boll Size ore is very ill The little child of Thos Smith is ill Mr and Mrs E L Eversole wore here Sunday- II P Smith had a largo log rolling FridayS Wagers went to Manchester Thursday Simon B Delph of Piuoville was here recently Mrs Martha Green has come to spend a week with her parents Mrs James Smith visted friends at Martin Creek Thursday of last week Rev Nora Smith preached at Cadis Creek Saturday anti Sunday Mr and Mrs Thos Smith visited friends on Otter Creek recently Arthur Sizemore has gone back to lerea after visiting his parents at this place Mr and Mrs J E Smallwood spent a few days here visiting recently Married last Thursday Mr John Helton and Miss Eliza Asher both are of Spring Creek Miss Mollie Walkes is with her other who is in Louisville this week buying his spring stock of goods Miss Lucy Smith has returned to her homo from Martins Creekwhero she has been attending school the past winter Some readers of tho Citizen may be interested to know that J T Miles of this place will bo married ero the June flowers bloom Misses Nellie and Mary Sizemore visited Misses Mollio anti Lottie Swafford at their home near Man chester Saturday and Sunday CountyLocustBraueh Mrs James Bickuel is no better Boin Gentrys wife is very poorly Allen Kindred loft last Friday for Sallie Kindred has the measles Charley Coffee and wife have separated Floyd Kidd passed through hero last week Miss Paulina Kindred is very sick with fever Henry Nellof Pauola died last Wednesday J A Bicknells family is affected with tho measles Bill Rubles hired to J M Kindred for tho summer John Simmons is very ill with tho measles Marsh Kindreds folks have the measles Elby Bicknell called on his O- Sgirl Sunday Allen Powells little girl was badly burnt recently Charley Bicknell visited his undo jilner Bicknoll Sunday Mrs Manery Gentrys daughter was married last weok CharleyWagor lost ono of his chil dron with the measles ft Miss Alice Rovii visited Miss Ma nero Bicknell last Friday Erhy Bicknoll wont to his uncle James Bicknell to work this spring James Combs was the guest of Eunis Combs last Thursday night- J M Kindred bought 200 sheaves of oats of Godfrey Isaacs at 2 a hundred Mrs Amanda Powell is visiting her grandma Mrs Sallio Ann Kindred this week Hiram Bicknell came near being shot by a shot gun going off unox pectedlyMrs Sallie A Kindred was the guest of John Kindred and fami ly last week James Bruce and wife willro turn homo after a two weeks visit with their daughters Hiram Rose had two children burnt nearly to death and their ro covery is doubtful Tho now Post Office at Jinks on Red Lick is ready for use with W L Harrison as Post Master Jackson County Clover Bottom Mrs Jam Clicks baby is ill Mrs W J Dougherty has boon ill for some time but is recovering D M Click has just returned from Drip Rock MrsT J Coyle and daughter went to McKee last week- J D Hatfield went to Borea Mon day to tako his daughter there to at tendschool Uncle Billy Ballard visited his daughter Mrs W J Dougherty last weekThe writer was delighted with aI visit by Miss Lou Hatfield recently afterInoonNora Click Tuesday Several persons at Indian Creek and lurrouuding community have died of noasles Drip Hock After n long silence your correspondent will writs againIIT1 Coyle passed through McKee L R Ballard of Clover Bottom isI at tho homo of the writer at this Most everybody is busy now gar lening andoatsowing Mrs D F Parsons of West Union risited relatives hero this week R L Thomas and J W Fowler will in n few days go to Leslie county to measure logs Capt Thomas is having three dams built in South Fork Creek J E Parsons is helping II II Fowler make staves W R Lynch recently purchased time stock of goods belonging Thomas of Ford and has uddltI nice line of groceries This makes twelve stores of which not ono is moro than six miles from Drip Rock P 0 Evergreen Everybody preparing for plowing and fencing Mrs Mary B llo Rose tho wife of Mick hose had her arm broken Bradley Lako says ho is going to school at Berea next fall and winter John W Lake has been very sick with sore throat but is improving Franklin Marcum is getting along line selling goods Everybody thinks Sir Marcum is selling goods cheap enough Miss Minnio Ballard of this vicini tywas married last week to Patrick 3leaks of Livingston Green Lake Thomas Jones and Maud Lako woro tho guosts of Dinks and Kato Lako Sunday March 21th Mrs Fannie Jones and fanlily have been very sick with Grip but are slowly improving Willio Amyx has returned from Vnnvillo where ho has been going to school Madison County Wullaocton Mrs Tom Sopor is able to bo out again Mr A F Caldwell has gone to tho mountains on business Miss Funnio Boian is visiting hor aunt Margaret Parks Mre E B Wallace who has been ill for somo time is improving Kate Wylio will spend a few days with her aunt Ellen Ballard Mrs G A Ballard and little laughter Annie visited Mrs T I Ballard On lust Friday week Mrs T S Ballard draped a heavy stone jar on her finger and mashed tho end of it offcausing severe pain SPECIAL DEP RTMuENTSIITHE HOME Stilted by MRS KATK U PUTNAM teacher In lUrvtt Collets Inrkliurst Kpltfnuns In a paper for young moil in limo Ladies Jlome Journal Dr Park hurst gave brilliant emphasis to his text Tho Stuff That Makes Young Manhood by the frequont employ ment of forcible epigrams Putting n buttercup to school will not graduate it a butterfly even if it is ti very good school Its only wholesome ambition will bo to bo no good it can as n buttercup I have watched good many brood ing hens but I never saw ono fucili tate the hatching process by pecking tho shell The chick on the inside will get out if ho is worth it Moro men are injured by having things made easy for them than by having their path beset with dill cul- ties for it encourages thom to stay themselves on circumstances whereas their supreme reliance needs to be ou their own personal stuff worryingities Everyman will count for all ho is worthThere is as much science of sucess as there is science of hydraulics The less a young man talks about luck and uutowardncssofcircumstan Ltvi and the coquettishuoss of popular favor and tho like the better for him and for tho world to which ho owes himself Every man will have nil tho power ho earns and the power that lie has will tu11not bemuse eoplo like it or him but because it is power Personal pressure can no more huI hooted down or voted down or argu out of uxistonce than tau thopush moonjIftons pressure There is probably such a thing nMJ hUllIdrodtbswhich lazy people give to results which others lotto enmed hy lumlI IZIpeopleng or wishing they could gain it withII out toiling for it There is faculty enough in almost mybody to become gunnis if only nil that faculty were lumped Wo are more likely to Ibula good destiny by going afoot than by ridI ingITim world cares very little for ox girls and time course of events is only infinitcsimially duturmined by thelllIThe man whoso entire capital is mo of enthusiasm will bo coiupicti oils for his abundance of torch at the ame time lacking the timbr which the torch exists primarily to enkindle Sowingstill antedates reaping and the amount sowed determines pretty closely tho size of the harvest theylogicalspring Tho young man may as well understand that there are no gratuities in this life and that success is never reached across lots Course ICIuhmond to Mr Mrs which they are very Mr Corner a Boron Col lego spent a few hours with White week as ho passed through city on his way home Tho Night School conducted by Prof Reynolds being by both city James B McCreary has just from being interviewed by political friends en every streetcorner Culton has been to Frank innocence of ho established the righttime THE SCHOOL Ktllled by Miss KUZA It Y KTM neon of the Normal ltwrlmciit llcren College How to Keep up Good Heart Sidney Smith said oncoHI him gout asthma and seven other mala tics hiltant otherwise very well Said John Wesley I fuelnod grieve but by time grnco of God I fret at nothing Fur every evil under the There Ie rrmeily or there U now If their ik om try nut nod If If there none never mast It Writes Thomas Carlyle Won droll is time strengthen cheerfulness altogether past calculation Is its pow er of onduniufo Efforts to bo perma neatly useful must bo uniformity joyous n spirit all sunshine graceful from very gladness beaughtiful because bright Longfellow sings Tie alwaya morning and stove Tho nwitr nliic ruittenlii from shore to shore Somewhere the blnli aft singing ever more Robert Southy says I immure you of tho man who puts on his spectacles when about to eat char ies iu order that the fruit might took and more tempting In like manner I make the most of my iiijoymonts and though I do not cast mj eyes from my troubles I pack them iu as small a compass as I can for myself and never lot them jntioy others One of the Minnies men I ever new was MrSpurgcon He was one of the most Iur knew lie was pepotually praising God And ho was as perj etimlly thank fully reasons for God Well bo thankful for tho goodness you can discover in others mad so sure everything is not going to the bud mil no keep up good heart lllIIt was the ajxwtlos way Those Christians to whom ho wrote his Epistle anti for whom ho way so were by no inoniiri perfect eople They were quiirlHome stum ping woplo rather with much of tin mutch of their old limtheriinin still UpOIi them fleet time apostle sought out and praised God for Said n good duneou once to me getting his figure from hit tattle of iirpontcr There are a good many rooked Christians in the church had limey make excellent timber for imcos He thankful on the hunt for time good in others as tho POlitiC trims mind you shall Gad yourself get ting into his mood of uuwnsting cheer Do not stand longing for or go skylarking after uomo big chance for orvico Look for the usual common haneo right next you i thankfully use that and your own heart shall win gladness and uplifting I saw n irls face lx just now as she was preparing to carry good dinners to sons poor IltJOpo Bo thankful for trouble oven Trouble hits its remnetiialside If you look font you shall find it For its bonignanco thank God std like longo Park gathering courage from limn small lower which he saw daring to bloom among the dusert sands you will discover that oven play lutriment for high heart nnd ltrollgI n Socie ty is to bo organised at tho E church benefit of a has boon filed by Dillingham Co Sf 00 Tho properly in takes in that of as Dillingham If decision given of Mr Dill fifty peoplo L Potts to his stock of coal yard has been Godsend to of this Harris is FARM How to Trent Lot Abstract of Krneit nmnelcni AiMrcM at Snmcrs Iii UUitei 1t11lelavltll Win lOft IIIIH1 that N4d Now a wonl nbout underbrush Too smelt of this in a lot n nuisance because it keeps the snit able trees from growing A few off hours spout in removing it may therefore ho worth while many hut ho careful about going to excess in this In the first place it helps to shade ground and should there never be cut in whcro tho crowns of tho trees are too far apart In the second plucu never the underbrush from the margin of your lot especially towards the side of the prevailing wind Tho reason is that a Jolt of underbrush keeps wind from blowing the trunks of tho trees nnd thereby aiding evaporation and of soilBy observing these few simple a wood lot con bo maintained in n reasonably good condition But that is only onehalf of lie problem An no do taut our lots to look at like a perk but iu order to cut year after year we muni see to it that a new tree grows lit tho place of every ono we down That is thin second of task Hern get into a with time rule wo have junl laid down to keep tho ground densely shaded as least ble lie semite douse which prevents grass from growing keeps tree seeds from sprouting All tree seeds mire not by this law in the same degree For instance lianl or Iwcvh can stand roll idt amount of shading They ire what the cull tolerant species Time various ouklall rnr iery little of it They Inlong to time intolerant or light demanding kinds But even tho trees not profitably under tho demist ihndo of their uldors So there ill no tray out of it hut to mnkon craw iroinwe bet om the iimls of the seedling smith till rt tiireincinlH of soil irworvntiwi To do this Kovorul ways lire possiltho Tho Hiinplcit sot least satis toetory is to trust to luok that vherover you emit down one of time old ind large trees Mtflieicnt light u Ill- be admitted to allow time seeds falling from neighboring trees to sprout Thorn are various reasons which nuke this method of value but is ono in particular which prq libits the avoragti farmers from adopting it with any of This reason in them in nine cases out of ten ono of time principal uses of time wood lot is to lot the eat Ilu run in it when tho regular pas lures tire gutting dry Now ex tree seedlings to grow whore horses snit still loan whorl the sheep go Thcso not only bite off tho tender but they trample down what do not wit Consequently if you IIIlIka little On ning hen mud throughout your forest and ox jrcet lane your new trees grow up patches you mule sure to bo appointed You will simply make nil extra dainty nibble for tom cow Tti If fmttittatl A av tEtUUNUYUtat1I0UOver liO teachers 700 students from HO states Library In Kentucky Xo Saloons DEPARTMENTS For those HUflicicntly advanced to get a teachers certificate L Trade Schools Carpentry Housework Printing two years iL Model preparing for and tho advanced For those Miifllclently advanced to gut a tcnchurN certificate III Farming and Agriculture gardening stockraising forestry tctwo years IV Domestic Science Sowing Cooking olctwo years V for teachers threo with practice teaching VI Academy Course four years for College for and for life For those more advanced VII College Classical Philosophical and Literary Adjunct Departments VIII Music Organ Choral free Vocal Piano Theory IX Beroa General Hospital Two years course in tho care of time sick Borea thin host education in reach of all It is not n monoymaking institution Its instruction is a free gift It aims to help those who value education and will help themselves mud n spill incidental fee to meet expenses of time school apart from instruction Students must also pity for their board Expenses for torm 12 weeks may bo within 521 nbout half ofwhich must be in Tho school is endorsed by Baptists Congregationalists Disciples Methodists Presbyterians and good pooplo of dl denominations For information or friendly advice addrctt the ViceIresMtnt T FAIUCIIILI LL n Ilcrcn Madison Co ICs Born and Ben Lallgfonll girlof student of D F lust tho Normal is well attended anti county teachersHon roturned Frankfort and is Mr who HICullantho his soirwill easily nut told always larger thankful man finding praising hunkful nming worthy charges A Sunday Evening Literary A M for time tho young tonI suit Mr against thoIRichmond Land involving question part Richmond known tho Edition tho is in furor ingham a hundred and will loose their homes Poytontown R iu connection general merchandise has opened up a which a the people place Pap general mana gor THE Timber wood is in cubes the fore places remove outer time between drying rules keep wood wood chop part our we conflict cover also the affected maple a rahlo foresters tolerant In flourish also wny tho little there how IUCCCSH too you nnnot oct geldanti animals young shoots they there to gluttonous Host NOT Schools Normal courses Normal yeas fitting business Courses Rood places advance GHO Rev I Miller has just returned from Somerset whore has been preaching for Rev W D Knox of that placo Perry Mundy has opened up his store again since thin smallpox has diedout his store immuring been clos ed on account of time much dreaded disease The barber shop of J C Burnam which has been connected with tho storo of Monday Rico has boon opened by D D White Pap Harris has succeeded in getting a station anti post ollico hero both of which are a great convenience to tho surrounding community and everybody says Hurrah for Pup- A good listnor iu sometimes tho aiwatjiloasing conversationalist