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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t t SUBSCRIBE lL TODAY I BOc a Year Devoted to the Interests of the Home School and Farm Iell VOL I BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY APRIL 18 1900 NO F THE CITIZEN Fulillihetl at the office ol TUB CITIZEN Heron KyISnbrrit nllM PoUofflrt at tttrtn Ay M trcond etna nullnailer IDEAS Uuloss a man in Hlncoro ho can nev or bo a hero in hw own iwtiiimlion Till IAUOKK IIIA Kit At Ant I prayed fur Unlit CouM I but we the way low uUilljr iwlflljr wronM walk Toererliutluir day And next prayel for ilroiiRtli Tint inlRlil tread the mad Wllli firm imMUTln lent mid win Tho lirarrM wrcno able Ami then I asks l for Faith CauM lull trot my lot Id lire rnloMrd In Ills peace Though foes were alt abroad But now pray for lore Htiep lore til Oml and in A Urine love that will trot tall lIowenr dark Hit plan And Light and strength ami lulls Are opening every where std only walloil for mo till prayr l the larger prayer Edna Ikitn Cheney Foreign News The IariH Exposition opcnix last Sunday Latoat n orU from tutu Traiuirnal say that tlio Room wore defeated at 1Vupener Lord Roberts inUmdn to runmin in Hloomfoutcin for alxMit two mouth Tho funiinu ill Indiii cannot bo re HUVIM by crops until Juno The U S Navy Dopartiiiont is about to char tor n Htcatnor to trntmport food to tho HufTurure It in rux rted that Col Hadon Pow ell in command at Mnfoking is load Tnmttvual all BritiHhorfl and Ameri ca im and most of thu Germans will be compelled to leave thu two roo publics within two woks- National News t Thu footle in Toms are rcce ling Tho House takes up the Naval Ap propriation hill this week Porto like 11ln great need of med icine and tho services of phyiciann- Thrvo inches of snow fell in Chi cago lost Widiio lay night Then are now 03 85 officers and men in tho United States Army in tho Philippines 2OOO school boys of Philadelphia dispatched greetings to President Krugor and their sympathy for tho Doom The Sonata has appropriated i3000 000 for tho construction ora cob between San Francisco and Hono I1 lulu Tho House passed a bill pormittin- mothorw of soldiers or sailors in the Spanish War oven though that mar- i riot oxconfederato soldiora to receive i pensions A strike among the Italian laboro at Crotou Dam N Y ii causing a goal deal of trouble 300 armed deputies aro on guard at tho works and MX soldiers are to ho soot there Tho Porto Rican tariff anti civil t government bill became a law Thursday Tho first governor of tho island will bo Charles H Allen now assist ant secretary of tho navy iiissalar will IKJ 8000 a year- Kentucky News w S Taylor is in Washington this weekRepublican Stato Convention at Louisville May 17 Tho L N has purchased tho Nashville Florence ft Shofliold x in coal mines at Curdavillo and Aberdeen has boon stopped on account of tho threats of minors to blow up tho winos l IITh6House of Representatives has next Saturday for paying tribute to tho memory of tho late Evan E Settle of Kentucky Leonidai Kagan of Wayno county won in tho intorcollcgiato oratorical contest Friday night Ho represent ed tho State College Lexington t Last Thursday n strike was ordered among members of tho Order of Hail way Telegraphers on all the southern railways General Manager Gamou U announces now that tlu strike is practically ended f r c THE CITIZEN II rllljing Locals and Personals- J M Early has built a new barn nod d riven ay nt his residence Prof Teeters wits a business visitor n Richmond lust a oktLadies and Gents bicycles for renti over PORt ofce Inquire of J DuworniMiss Aunis Fife of Poytoutonj visited Miss Maria and Sunday of last week Wise is tho moms who acts as if hoj expected to live a hundred years hutI is prepared to shuflle off to morrowI Prof Testers and several memberRI of his surveying class run o tho Wnllaceton Pike lust SaturdayI The two Wnshburn boys and sister were called homo hist Monday on ac count of the severe illness of their mother Minxes Maggie and Snllio Gentry of Peytsiitown were iho guest of Miss Jewry White Saturday ud Sunday of last week Miss Clara E Noursv of Walnut Hill Cincinnati Private School for Girls was a visitor in Berea two days last week llIrIvisiting heir children who are in school here- Gilbert Watts of Peytontown was the guest of his winter Miss Allio Jim Watts of our city u talc days lust weekThu young ladies of Ladies Hall were delightfully entertained lust Friday evening by a number of curl ous individuals dud in snow white gowns Last week wo should have said that Hicknell ft Earlysold 03 machines the past year instead of tho past week They are doing a much bettor busi ness this year W P Chapman is confined to his room by n severe bruisu about his kneo received by falling from his wheel while going down the hill by tho College Barn last Sunday A ddrcss the PanAmerican Bureau of Publicity Buffalo N Yor teat lot or other printed information of tho PanAmerican Exposition to bo held at Buffalo May lilt to November ht HOI Read Bickuell it Earlys big adver tisement to keep posted on tho best and newest things ill the market Thoy will do anything to accomodate their customers and you will do well- to give them a call A largo number was present nt the Ihall game Pearsons Day when teRm No managed by fbn Paddock anti M L Spink lost tho game to team Bunlettg4 to 8 Many septa suffer untold tortures from piles because of tho popular cundrseuro thom It has met with absolute BUCCUSS Price 50 eta in bottles tubes 75cts S E Welch Jr Somo time during the past two weeks lucre has been committed iin net of vandalism for which no con demnation is severe enough What theyWitt in tho Berea cemetery Such an act as this cannot bo overlooked and over one shout i do what thoy can to find tho guilty pone tl us tho community is unsafo while ho is loose Old Coins I have several old American half dollars tinted 1800 1822 and 1825 which I otter for sale J L AMBROSE Bores Ky KodolDyspepsia Digests what you eat Itartlf1clnlly digests tilot odandaide In strcngtnenlng and recon structnR tho exhausted digestive or gcasItIsthela crt discovered digest ant and to i No other preparation can approach It In efficiency It In lIermnncntlycurcsDY8pepsln NnuseaSickIniperfectdlgcstloaPrepartd 5 rVA PROCLAMATION OF ECONOMY for the Spring and Summer Season in Mens and Boys Fine Stylish Made CLOTHING I w Are prepared to dolls you with the Loweatprirrd rlslrIy made absolutely all wool Clothing In America Itlghtlymade ai It It ol famous Vital ilrand the only readyto wear ClolhlnB Tailored on a strictly nlentlflc basis In clean well ventilated workrooms Perfect fitting and wrarrtnlitlnir lcaui the Inside the Vital use very life of the garment Is carcfuliieu III making repix cnt the ex penditure of time and thought and l a divided contrast to the tailoring wn In onllnary readytowear Clothing The Fabric that we how are the very newest design that will he teen thin season Many confined vxclntlrcly to in In the lace ol the above fact The molt extraordinary feature combining our great offer that wean and do wll our Clothing at J LESS MONEY eT- han elsewhere How can we afford to sell ouch sigh grade Clothing lor leas money thus clucwhcrc Our antwer U pure aud clmple Our a modern rtore constructed trlctly on proirwlve plans our Clothing li told on the smallest margin ot proflt depending on a large voliimo or business Tho more Clothing we tell the greater our purchasing lower tho lower our prices that the story In a nutshell COVINGTON MITCHELL L RICHMOND KENTUCKY A J Pearsons Day There is no time moro looked for ward to by tho students of Berea Gel logo and no time more fully enjoyed by them than tho birthday of the Col legs most generous benefactor Dr D K Pearsons Tho llth of April tuna on Saturday this year but owing to tho fact that most of tho stu dents ore necessarily engagedon Saturday tho faculty very consider mutely gave the greater part of Friday for celebration aud thanksgiving The entire school force gathered tho Chapel at 1030 Friday morning to be addressed by a speaker iron Cincinnati who had failed to arrive Dr Fairchild however took till chair and there was no interest want lug for a good meeting for ovary eta dent kuows and appreciates what Dr Pearsons has done for us Dr Fair child of his many gifts to othor 1schools and his special interest in Bo rea Prof Dodge then read congrat ulations which wore to bo sent to tho Doctor A committee of three members of the Faculty and three students were authorized to send the congratulations by wire Friday nightie that the Doc tor would get thorn in Chicago when ho first wont to his oflico Saturday morningMrs then gave n very Interesting and helpful paper on tho life of George Peabody and his work among colleges and other institutions after which the meeting was adjourn Ct1At 200 P M a general prayer meeting led by Mrs Putnam was held at which time prayers were offered for Dr Pearsons nnd his workand for tho College and all ita work bu especially for Gods blessings upon present efforts to comploto tho en dowment under Dr Poarsons last offer by Juno first Friends here and friends abroad were asked to unite in a special petition for tho needed aid iu obs rvauco of Dr Pearsons birth dayThe rest of the afternoon was spent in a social gathering at Ladies Hall whore the faculty were very promi nent and showed their ability as en tertainers Saturday afternoon tho boys played their annual ball gamo and a largo number was in attendance as the day was bright and beautiful Wo believe Dr Pearsons would have enjoyed tho celebration of his own birth day if ho hid been bore Easter Service- A large number attended tho East er Service nt tho First Church last Sunday morning A printed order of service was used which addod to tho interest of tho occasion The text ofI tho sermon was taken from Luke 21 Why seek yo tho living among r Dennisons Specialties- are needed in everyplace of business and nearly every home At the Printingoffice n TEETHtmeans OCR BEATIFCL TEETH so closely imitate nature that detec tion is impossibe They permit tho wearer to speak and masticate with perfect freedom They restore the mouth to its natural shape These teeth ore mechanically perfect and will last for at least ten years Sets on Zylonite or Rubber J500 Crown and bridge work is a specialty of ours If you talk with our patients we be liovo you will be persuaded that our work is excellent our caro aud moth ale are all that can bo desired Tooth extracted 25 coots V H OBSONIDentist Office Ground floor next door to Government building Richmond Ky Office open at night the dead Tho speaker showed tho towor of Jesus over disease of tho body Ho gave sight to limo blind speech to the dumb and even restored the deaS to life But tho climax of his power over the physical world was seen in his resurrection And the resurrection of Christ has become the foundation of our Christian faith gravetMan tho soul returns to God The ialjoy and blessedness and some to a life of eternal night Man must decide for himself whether ho shall bo among the redeemed or among the lost iu that groat day The spiritual resurrection may take placo now in the life of everyone who is not a child of God It rests with man to choose and it rests with God to regenerate Man and God are agents in tho spiritual resurrection but God alone is tho great impelling poivor in tho physical resurrection We should not be so much concerned about thia as about our relations to God If wo aro truly tho followers of Jesus Christ if wo have been spiritually torn again then death is robbed of its sting and tho grave of its victory Tho joys and sacred memories of Eastertide have a moaning to those who are living clean sweet Christlike lives Tho subject of tho sermon will be Freedom its Uses and Limitations FOR CASH CASH trade You can buy more goods for CASH than on credit mgy Call and examine our large stock of Wowed and Mens fine Footwear and Gents Furnish ings at prices much lower than ever before Call and be ConvincedDOUGLAS BRIGHT COII207 West Main Street RICHMOND KY The Berea Monument Co The result of fowf work and reasonable prices it that wt now have customers in all parts of the Stale When you want Anything in the monument line Let us know and tee tell send you designs and prices Headstones 600 up to any amount Marble and Granite Monuments At prices to suit the times Material and work firstclass JOHN HARWOOD Prop 7 Berea Ky Until Farther N ti1Subscribers to THE CITIZENmay also Be Tleaflo Blade or Be Commercial For 50c a Year All for J 00 a year Miss It Come at subscriptions must como through TUB CITIZEN I J C MORGAN Dental SurgeryOffice Hours 3 to 11 AM 1 to3 P Jr National Bank Building Richmond KyG2S00 ATTENTION MILL MEN I TRY our Small Dimension and Picket Mill for cutting Lath Picket Chair and other Small Dimension Stock from the round block Send for circular MODEL MACHINE WORKS 20 Ashland Ave Lexington Ky Jan 173m DENTAL SURGERY A WILKES SMITH D D S Smith Building Main Street Richmond Ky Telephone Iteildence No 03 Office No CO 6200 1PENfsADVICE PATENTABILITY Notice In Inventive Age Book now to obtain Patent INDEPENDENTL priceshave JI DESIGNS TRADEMARKS FREE Charge moderate Letter itrlctlr IIIGGERS WHITES CREA- MVERMIFUGEl ItotlnQuanuty nntlaQnlttr IRemedies WM II I1repare Looisville Dont Once- All NoreotlllpatentlaecuredI CENTER STREET BART GALLERY C I OQQ Proprietor OploDate Photos nothing But Hi Best Finish at the Lowest Pdeeaam BURTON The Photographer DKAIEK IN AMATEUR NUPrLi10 Fine Photographs at Reasonable hlua Views about Jierea a specialty 4bM Ca Fa HANSONS LIVERYcress Yon Want GOOD GLASSES IF YOU WANT THEM AT ALL i Oluwt that are not properly adjusted to yeteyes are actually dmncrroiu I know It rtlyou ought to know IU I win not attempt toaRglasses to your eyes until I know what li neeiul Eyes examined free A Nice line of Novelties is JEWELRY- T A ROBINSOB Jeweler ul Wcta 6 LEWIS A DAVIS Medicine and Surgery Berea Ky Office in Hanson Bid t E B McCOY Dentist Berea Kentucky reran A BOON TO DR MANKINDII PILE I IrA New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 76 CENT Borria 50 CEBITS i trSF LtABD Salo nf11ft Jtf iLSrSTUHJISi w THE CITIZEN TU PASCO Editor and ilannger NKUKA KENTUCKY Frequently at Molder river jnen soaped their khaki clothes und dhrd into the river fur n swim without un dressing thus washing their clothes amid refreshing themsehcs ut the same time Fruit farms are being diveloped in the south lu one place in Noith Car olina there lire stinwberry farms nt fifty acres The berries are large The peach orchard are being cult1 vatcd Several lelno of fruit are be ing raised mid the cntcrMrUcii htvu been very succensful The HamburgAmerican Ktcamcr Dcutscliliind recently launched at the Vulcan yards In SUttin will be nrxt to the largest passenger re set afloat She is expected tc be the fast hi craft ever propelled by jteJin mill will contain features never before at temptedon an ocean titcu uship Gen Ilotha proiouuced ltoata la n farmer and modestly claims to know more about sheep reining than ire does about lighting He Is only 30 yenta of age and almost easy year of that time he has spent in raising sheep and cattle on the lags ranges of land in the Vryijild disrlct of the Transvaal While South African soldiers hae been facing cannons the servants of the astronomical observatory in an other part of South Africa have been peacefully gazing through their tel escopes nod have discovered n little star of the eighth magnitude wheh is the swiftest traveler tjat has yet been found swung the stellar hosts John MaeGowuc of Clay county Florida claims to be the oldest pensioner in this country According to papers now on file in Washington is e 121 years old lie was born in Ire land on March 15 1779 and cane to this country in 1501 He enlisted in the 17th Connecticut regiment In 1803 when he was 84 years old The pension ollieials arc inclined to believe his statement People keep nuking whether it should be spelled Porto Itieo or luc r to Rico The Spaniards spell it with u u and the board of geographical tinniest appointed by the United Slates government to decide disputes in spelling and pronunciation adopt ed the Spanish style but Senator For nkcrs bill establishing a civil gOern meat on that island provides that the olliciul spelling shall be Porto Rico A New York doctor says I know of several girls who have died from supping lees through n strum Tills Is the reason In sucking he Ices nj the cold substance strikes the palate of the mouth mail cools the head Then when the young woircn walk in the sun and exert themselves the cold reads giving them ti severe headache which Is later followed by n fever maul In sonic eases death has result ed Views have been taken of the orchards of the Messrs Miller sad Pancake in the vicinity of Iiomney Vf VH for exhibition at the Paris expo titinn These orchards arc the largest in the world comprising 220000 peach nnd plum tires They planted 181000 trees the hurt year nnd cleared for planting 1731 acres of timber land The first season their orchards came Into bearing they shipped one hun dred car loads of peaches and plums Probably the greatest profit ever enjoyed by the government as n result of the destruction of money was in connection with the fractional cur renoy or shinplasters issued during the civil Will The total amount issued was 30872 1079 of which 0880553 has never been presented for redemption A large amount has been preserved as curios by collectors and even now it is offered forI Ied mlltionIIt is n recognized fact that Amer lean women can tour the earth alone and with safety This was exempli fled In Naples recently when n thief attempted to rob Mrs llurgcs and her daughter of lost n as they were leaving a shop The thief tried to seize the purse from MM Hurges who promptly took him by the throat threw him to the g ound and recovering her property wtb the utmost composure requested him to be ofT A French Canadian trapper JosephI Zolique La Joie says he lips discovered the North Pole According to his own statement he ran up against the pole while drifting on an ice floe On his unwilling journey La loll ate several of his dogs and nil the fish he could find He struck land after u cold journey of long duration aiul was taken In charge by a Polar ratio of In dians who took him upon n mountain that gave forth n volcanic light This mountain La Joie firmly believes is the North Pair When Queen Victoria visited IreIhind in 1843 slue spent n brief time in Belfast Slip was ncotnpa ieJ by the prince consort As he gazed at a col lection of linens in tc whitelinen hell his royal highness conversed the Idea of nn international cvhilition of the manufactures and products of the world On the return of Irlnce Albert to London he coiimillcd tile late Earl irunvllle wIll corroborated hia views and the result wan the great exhibition in IIyde Park London in 1331 the first enterprise of t kpi Ise viorl14p eraf 1J n THE FLIRT Tares a wlndsome little maiden Up my way Whos aiauchtng and laughing Alt the day And who seeks to make me love her In n dozen ways or other Till I have to run for cover Far away flees my heart but you must slop It Wlndjiome maid Of the flirt who mixes philters Im afraid And besides we cannot marry Aye no matter how we tarry For youre Just a little fairy Baby malt But I love you very dearly All the same Even though Im not acquainted With your name And Im sure that It would hurt me Were you ever to desert me So I guess Ill you flirt me Just the same You are four and I am forty What an age Your nfTrctloas yet you cannot Even KIIIKO- An I tee you hands so dirty With mud pies but eyes so flirty How I wish that you were thirty Years of age Kenneth llerfoid In Detroit Free Press CHAPTER VI L CONTINUED The carpenter cane and he and two or three of the guard laid hold of one end of the plank after its nails were drawn and with little exertion ripped it off the other posts Then everybody held his breath n minute stared and a small majority swore So far from its being open to cats cans and rubbish the space on that side was filled solid with damp heavy sea sanda vertical wall extending from floor to ground Canker almost ran around to the opposite side nnd had a big plank torn off there Within was n wall as damp solid and straight as that first discos cred and so when examined were the other two sides provided Cankers face was a sturdy and the board gazed and was profoundly happy At last the colonel exploded Ily Jupiter They havent got away nt all then There Isnt a flaw in the sand wall anywhere They must be hiding about the middle now Come on gentlemen and around he trotted to the front door Sergeant he cried get out all the prisoners all their bedding every blessed thing theyve got I want to examine that floor Most of the guardhouse hlrds were out chopping wood and Canker danced in among the few remaining loading them with bedding belonging to their fellows until every item of dothlngand furniture was shoved out of the room One member of the board sad one only failed to enter with his associatesav- eteran captain who rend much war literature ant abhorred Canker To the surprise of the sentry he walked de liberately over to the fence climbed it Mid presently began poking about the wooden curb that run along the road making u low revetment or retaining wall for the earth cinders and gravel that distributed over the sand hud been hopefully designated a sidewalk by the owners of the tract Presently he came sauntering back and both fen tries within easy range would have sworn he was chuckling Canker greeted him with customary asperity What do you mean sir by absent ing yourself from this investigation when you must have known I was with the board and giving it the benefit of the information I hud gathered I was merely expediting matters colonel While you were looking for where they went In I was finding where they got out Went in what Got out of what snapped Canker Their tunnel sir Its Libby on a small scale over again They must have been at work at it nt least ten days And ns he spoke calmly Ignoring Canker and letting his eyes wander over the floor the veteran battalion commander sauntered across the room stirred up n slightly projecting bit of flooring with the toe of his boot and placidly continued If youll be good enough to let the men pry this up you may understand And when pried up and lifted away a snugly titling trap door about two feet square there yawned beneath it leading slantwise downward in time direction of the street n tunnel through the soft yielding sand braced nnd strengthened here and there with lids and sides of craeker boxes Now if you dont mind straddling a fence sir Ill show you the other endsaid the captain impcrturbably lending the way and Canker halfdazed yet wholly In command of his stock of blasphemy followed At the curb in the midst of a lot of loose hay from the bales dumped there three dogs before the leader tits lodged with his sword the top of n sloth ing box that had been thickly covered with sand and hay and there was ths outlet Easy as rolling ofT a log colonel sold old Cobb witli a tar castle grin This could nil he done without a moan youve blamed and ur rested being a whit the wiser They sawed n panel out of the floor scooped the sand out of this tunnel bunked it solid against the weather boarding in side filled up the whole space pretty near but ran their tunnel widerfence nd sidewalk crawled down the gutter to the next block out of sight of tiny sentries then walked away free men Those three thieves who got uwny were old hands The other men In the guard house were only mild offenders except Uorjoo Course be VBI glad 4 f lime chance to JA with em I sposc youll release my sergeant and those sentries nowIll do nothing of the kind an swered Canker red with wrath nnd your suggestion is disrespectful toy our commanding officer When want your advice Ill ask for it Well Mr Cray will be relieved to learn of this anyhow I suppose I may tell him hazarded the junior mem her mischievouslyMr Mr Gray everything to answer furl shouted the angered colonel It was he who tele phoned for a carriage to meet nnd run those rascals off Mr Jrnys fate Is sealed He can thank God I dont slap him luto the guardhouse with his chosen associates but he shant es cape Sergeant of the guard post a sentry over Lieut Grays tent with or dews to allow no one to enter or leave it without my written authority Mr Gray shall pay for this behind the prison bars of Alcutraz CHAPTEi VIII Social cliches at West Point at long rare intervals lire shocked by a scandal and nt short ones say every other sum mer arc stirred by some kind of sensation and the Fairy Sisters were the sensation of the year 97 They clime in July they went in September and meanwhile they were on the go as they expressed It from morn till late ut night Physically they were the lightest weights known to the hop room Mentally as their admirers in the corps expressed IIeither of them eau take a fall out of any woman at the Point and this was especially true of the ehlcr Mrs Frank Garrison whose husband was on staff duty in the far west Both were slight fragile tiny blondes with light blue eyes with lighter tliilTY hair with exquisite lit tIc Lauds and feet with oval prettily shaped faces and the younger the maiden sister hunt u bewitching mouth and regular snowy dots of teeth of which sho was justly proud Yet us has been previously said of Mrs Frank while the general effect was In the case of each that of an extremely pretty young gi1 the elder lord no really good features the younger only that one They generally dressed very much alike in light flimsy gowns nnd huts gloves and summer shoes nil of dna xllng white sometimes verging for a change to a creamy hue but colors except for sashes nod summer shawls seemed banished from their wardrobe They danced divinely said the corps and preferred cadet partners to the joy of the battalion They rode fearlessly and well and had stunning hats and habits but few opportunities for display thereof They come tripping down the path from the hotel every morning fresh and fair an daisies hI time for guard mounting and at any hour after that could be found chat ting with cadet friends nt the visitors tent strolling arm in nrm about the shaded walks with some of their many admirers until time to dress for the evening hop where they never missed n dance and on rainy days or on those evenings when there was neither hop nor band practice they could be found each In some dimly lighted secluded nook about the north or west piazza or on time steps leading down to the ChaIn Battery Walk sometimes sur rounded by n squad of cadet friends but more frequently III murmured teteatete with only one cavalier In the case of Mrs Frank no member of the corps seemed especially favored She was just the same to every one In the case of her younger sister Miss Terms there presently developed a dashing young cadet captain who so scientifically conducted his campaign that he headed off almost all compet itors and was presently accorded the lead under the universally accepted theory that he hud won the little ladys heart Observant women and what women are not observant of each other declared Dull sisters to be des perale flirts Society nt the Point frowned upon them and mutter the first formal call or two dropped them en tirely a thing they never seemed to resent in the least or even to notice They were never Invited out to tea or dinner on time post solemn functions nowhere near so palatable as the whis pered homage of stalwart young man hood Mtii III yet such u child she infinitely prefers cutlet society and I always did pike boys explained Mrs Garrison Some rattier gay old boys used to run up Saturday afternoons on time Mary Powell and spend Sunday at the Point Wall street men of 50 years mind much lucre Dear old friends of fathers Mrs Frank used to say Ive timply gut to enter twin them Entertained they eel tainly were for her wit und vivacity were acknowledged on every side sued entertained not only collectively but severally fur she always managed to give each Ills hours confidential clint awl on the Sundays of then coming had no time to spare for cadet friends Moreover she always throe down in the big Mum with them Monday morn lug when the Powell was sighted coma lug along thud glorious reach from 1olopds Island und stood ut the edge of the wharf waving her tiny kerchief even blowing fairy kisses 10 them as they steamed away No wonder Nlta Terriss was frivolous and flirta tious with such an example said society und Its frowns grew blacker Yuen the White Sisters the Fairy Sisters the Svlphites came in view Hut frowns and fulminations boli fell harmless from the armor of Mrs Franks gay Insouciance Nlta winced at first hut soon rallied und bore the slights of the permanent IInelaeml permanent residents us laughingly as did her more experienced sister Nlta It was explained was only just out of school und ylms frank was giving her this summer ut the Point an a great treat before taking her to the far west where the elder sister must KQU go to join her inuband Everybody knew Frtijk IprlltonlIe had Inns teen h stationed nt the academy and was a man universally liked nUll respected even very highly regarded All of a sudden the news clime buck to the Point a few months mutter return to ida regiment that he sans actually engaged to Wltchlu Terriss Hot on the heels of the rumor come the wedding cards Lieut Col mud Mrs Tcrrist requested the honor of your presence at the marriage of their daughter Mar garet to Lieut Francis limy Garrison th U S Cavalry nt the Post Chapel Fort Itllcy Kansas November 18JI mill In Tiffanys liest style us were the earths which accompanied the Invi tation What n good thing for old Terries raid everybody Mho knew that his impetuiiloaity was due to the exactions amid extravagancies of his wife and lIchle11I1 what n bad thing for Frank Garrison was the echo Jill intimates knew that he had put by through ccninmy and self denial about 2000 flue extent of his fortune outside of his pay Shell make ducks and drakes of it In the six weeks honeymoon was tic confident prophecy und she probably did for despite the fact that he had MI recently rejoined the regiment Vltchle In sisted 011 n midwinter run to New Or leans Savannah und Washington and bore her lord but not her master over thccoursc in triunipltloaatudcntof hu man nature and frailly that union of n faded and somewhat shopworn maid of I7 to nn ardent and vigorous young sub dicr many moons the junior was easy to account for One after another Witchie Terriss had hail desperate affairs with half n dozen fellows older or younger in the mummy and was known to have been engaged to live different men at different times tumid hclictcd to have been engaged to two diffcicnt men nt one time Asked ns to this by one of her chums she was reported to have replied Do you know believe It true hud totally forgotten about Ned Colston before Mr Forman hud been at the post u week Of course the only thing to do was to break within Itoth and let them start fresh Hut this Mr Colston whose head hind been somewhat cleared by a month of breezy healthful scouting accepted only in part that part which Included time break Forman hail the fresh start and the wont rarer anti held the trophy just two month when It dawned upon him that Margaret loved dancing far more than the did hlmn clumsy per former anti that she would dance Is ntUiu tight sherd stood FIG night after night the lightest dain feat creature in tine hop room und never hose n word or a luck for him who leaned In gloomy admiration against time wall and never took his eyes off her lie became jealous moody uglytempered and finally hud the good luck to get his conge ns the result of attempt to nMert himself and limit her dances She was blithe and radiant und fancy free when Frank Garrison reached the post n wee hit hipped It was whispered because of the failure of n somewhat half hearted suit of hula in time fur elllll and the Fairy bounded Into the darkness of Ills life nUll fairly dazzled him Somebody lunch said that Frank Garrison had la no need to tell of the ilUlllu Ion that gradually came Frank found his debts mounting up and hula cares creasing She was all y mpathy nnd re gret when he mentioned It but there stem certain comforts luxuries and things xhe had al way been accustomed to nnd couldnt live without Surely hs would not have her apply to papa No but could she not mnnngc with n lit tle less lit wns willing to give up Iris cigars indeed he hud long since done so and is make hula uniforms lust n year longef lie who wits in his tiny time most carefully dressed man ut the Point iVSllsic thought perhaps he oight to do that lictldo mens rash Ions changed but slowly w hci eas wom ens Well Id rather be feud than oit ot style Frank And so it went Hut if slur did root love her husband there was one being In whom her frivolous heart was really bound up Nilu her baby sister ut nhi called her and whcnlVrriss th colonel went the way of flesh preceded only n few months by hue wife of his bosom timeless thoiicindi in life Insurance he hud iiiaiiugcdto maintain went to lime two daughters Not one penny stns tier laid out in payment of the delta of either the father or husband Nlta was sent to tin cxtravngunt finishing chool- III Gothum and ii long in May of the young girls graduating year blithe lithe Mrs Garrison relied fresh from limit fur west and miller a few wceks of sightseeing and shopping the sisters appeared at the Point even liulfmourn big by this time discarded Thirteen years difference was there In the ages of the Fairy Sinters and nut n soul some those who knew them in forinrrduyson the frontier would pure suspecie1 II Mrs Frank In evening dress didnt look over SO One lovely evening early In August just about the time shut Cadet Copt Latrobo began to show well to time front In tIt run 19r the prlitmIhr two u sister had gone to their room at the hotel to dress for the hop It was their custom to disappear front public gate about six oclock nnd when they clime floating down the Mains In filmy diaphanous clouds of white the halls were well Idled with Impatient cavaliers In the nutty cadet uniform nml time women waiting to see Then the sis tent would go into the diningroom and have some light refreshments with a glass of Iced tennud no matter hue torrid the hint or how flushed nnd dragged other women might look they were Inviting pictures of nil that was ever fresh cool std fragrant The two fluffy blonde heads would be huddled close together n minute ns they studied the bill of fare nnd virtuous matron nt other table fanning vigorously would sniff nnd say All for effect They know that supper hill by heait It never changes All the Mime at the bottom of this public display of sisterly devotion and harmony and in spite of occasional tilTs amid differences there suns genuine affection on both sides for ns a child Nlta hud adored Margaret nnd there could be no doubting time elders late for the child Some regi mental observers sold that every bit of heart thud eldest TerrUti girl lund sins wrapped up III the little one Neither girl even after Margarets marriage would listen ton word In disparagement of the other but In the sanctity of the sisterly retreat on the third flour of the old hotel there occurred sometimes spirited verbal tills that were quite uis tlnctly nudlble to passersby In the cur ridor provided they cared to listen whkh some of them did On this u Pedal August evening Mrs Frank was In un admonitory frame of mind They Dud known Mr l itrobe barely three weeks nnd yet ox Mrs Frank was sauntering nround n turn in Flirtation Walk leaning on the nrm of tIle cadet mljulnnt there In the pathway right ahead stood Nlta n lovely little picture with downcast eyes and Put lntrob bending over her with love anti patilon glowing In hula handsome fuce pleading eagerly clinging fencntly to both lieu tiny ushite gloved hands Mrs Garrison MIW it nil in the lath of a second the merrylaughtersal just spoken as though they were nbout the wittiest funniest timings in the world lint looked frankly up into eye though he were the best and brightest man slur niet in years so hula eyes were riveted mid time tableau had time to dissolve All the nme that sight gate Mrs GnrrUoa rather uiort than n bad quarter of an hour Mir suns Infinitely worried Not because Pat latrobe hnd fallen desperately In lour with lore charming little sUtrr that was hula lookout but what oh what might not happen If the charming lltllc sister were to fall In lose with thnt handsome soldier boy At nil hnzarr even If she had to whisk her nwny Ui morrow that had to h stopped nnd fhls very evening when they went to their room Margaret ixkc ITo He Continued 11IThey Urnllrmrn We all knew that Colorado Jim who wu the boss terror of Cuter City for a year or so was a gentleman but when It was given out thud Red Jos was coming ottr from Dcaduood to attempt to depose him there Will much anxiety to uncertain If the latter was a gentleman na well Koine taid he was and some were ngnlnit itand the question win not settled uutU bo came rid lug into town and got down from hit broncho lu front of the Eagle lialOOI and said Gentlemen Im a gentleman Im come over here to haven little dllllculty with another gentleman He removed his hat und bowed right and left and hitched hula guns around to the front and presently Jim ap geared at the door His guns wet + also handy but he was nil smiles ns he greeted time traveler with Day to you Joe I suns looping for you Hove n pleasant ride Soso thank you Youll drink of course O certainly hopeNever In a hurry today Well wont detain you long Come In mind nip und well set the ball to roll Inglloitlon Globe Stuck Ie Mnn Ton you me to be your wife to give you my heart my all Think well of what you say and then tell me if you will grant me one small favor Anything you oak my love Then promise me that you will never smoke another cigar at long at you live promise dear And It doesnt cost JolllallJlNot u pang Ill rather smoke n pipe any JColIIlrlI Weekly llonmlv llrwnriled Jim honesty is the best policy aft er nil HillHow lie bel that dog I stole Yc UVII tried two hull days to sell Ini nn no one offered moren n bob So I went like nn honest man nn gut plum to th ole lady what owned Jin an the guv me lilt n mot ering TitHits Ill Only Allrrniillre The Lady What caused you to become a tramp lue1ranip1 wuz drove nwny from a happy home an forced ter become n wanderer happenThesnit lInt I elder hnd ter go to work er git out nn I got outN Y Jour nal To He lend for Ito AnUlne The CallerSo Albcrtlnc is the eld est of tS family Who cOnies after herLittle trotherobocly hu come after her yet but I heard papa say thins if myliody did cone lie could have her tor the ftfktogSTlHHti CLEANSE YOUR BLOOD Thething moat desired of Spring Medicine Is thorough purification of the blood With this work of cleansing going on there li complete renovation of every part of your system Not only the corrupt blood nude fresh bright and lively hut the stomach also responds In better digestion its readiness for food nt proper times gives sharp appetite the kidneys and liver properly perform their allotted functions nnd there Is in short new brain nerve mental and digestive strength HOODSSARSAPARILLA Possesses the peculiar qualities Jtrtiliiir to llitlf which accom plish these good things for nil who tnke it An unlimited list of wonderful cures prove Its merit Au Pair AVnnlit llnrr It Many years ago in Arknw youth on leaving the home of his sweetheart late Hi night received a severe kirk u he stepped out of the door Ihs 1101 had not re sponded In his propo of mar rage hadauured him the rmiM soon let him know what lie rould do fni him He unfortunately for two tenl t hearts took the kirk for an gnro er and de parted for a far and wild ennntrv Here h over wound and hit broken heart until Leant crew down to hie knee and note lieeame Unman A fate would have it a fate ala It hu turned up late one sad evening when the straw perk lirns we te qtiarrelire nn the toast sad the lirimlle row wai lowing mournfully for her hunerloffon A voting nun wine six lone visitor It was one of term son barn from time to time unto hi old love Jv 1anation followed It was not the girl who kicked him 30 years More Oh nn It was her angry tether He west nut to the eelbGalveiton News C II A II Slilnc Inr Ib RyinsugursterincimiM and Quincy ruunlnFeta lndlnnnHll DrrMur and will leave Clnclmmtl dally nt 7 aai In the evenliiK nrrivlng IOAO next morn lag Ilrturnliik leave Qulnev data In Ilia evening nrrlvlnjc Cluotnnntt 710 following morniiug Time caramel are earning Oho Ofco softly hiitmnrtl the maiden as the dealt her doerLtllOhm iliol of Ihr llnclcr And Other Tall including Making a Kern button SuwiiiekMlili Trail of the Fats Once a Tartar of tlie World Feather of A riettchlful volume utifuhillulral Iliad for ibtttiUii thin about Mav Send 10 rrnli toT W lauengerlgeallukawnnaItaifruad City lulition Limited In teathinR the young be emful not to deeeive them they wtii catch you at It Atchison Globe r Xnnie city Alnika Idfieldsteamer will leave Settle nn or about May OeoIicage Milwaukee ii M Ieul JtlhfA Chi IllNothing In the Wide Worldhas for all aolutmly curing tamale Ills and kidney troublos as has Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound Medicines that are ad ovorythingfor anything PlnlchamsVegotablo not euro every kind of ill ness that may afflict men women and children but proof Is monumental that It will and does euro all the Ills peculiar women This Is a fact Indisput able and can bo verified by more than a million women If you are sick dont ox porlmentf take the modi cine that has the record of the largest number of curesLydia E Ilnkham Med Co Lynn Mass W L DOUGLAS 38 360 SHOES UNIONr comparedwith lnilnriiml by over fThfreComftd I no ubiiitute lo II Rood Your duke should kerIhemIInot we on rrcclpl of price and ijc for Carriage Stat kind or leather rutshe and widthstain or can ton Cat Ir- eaatuute L Brockton Mm L Ll ova 7rup Taste pits IF lima Said by druggist THE PALLID MAN QUAILS II Wna I10 to hint unit Ills goal tans Flllril with Terror Hut He IKCniiril nowThe more pallidand gated wildly around for an nvrmie of tttape hania avenue or spy oilier coIIItOrborneJolne down to Vmhitiinn potthaste on IrorrllltIimwas mi to him cunthakesofapillonsIt It up to you now rmanlerIthidthowniKwutiliil maiden cat tied in the mltnni pircIURhunLiUlllnrnowtnr veurearsand JullitOrlllnu ti the InrhIWife after the inlOlII111Ihll1Ye you did on toM me von were yelling tioa week when you asked me to marry nil evidently mintndrr tool me I said isIiutChicagoI11ening j Physlrnl llrnrllnnl- lrawn How do you feel about Sunday relit JonesDont tell that Isaid to limit I thertaadrat onittliiHKliidianai Journal The encccsful mill Kiinttiinet gives his mlher ehpIrr ihi rredil nf tint nude linn smart thiragt trrnocrat 1 HAVE IT READY i f fnqurnlllOUCh withJ1 St Jacobs Oil as fib l rot Instant II sslhtvmttI know ttlsa PERFECTa CURE for PAINSand ACHES 7RrG sir Tlr 7 i t of 4 ABSOLUTESECURITY Genuine Carters Little Liver Pills Must Boar Signature of Se racSlmlts Wrapper Below ITu ltoCARTE BTTLEIVER FOR HEADACHE FOR DIZZINESS FOR BILIOUSNESS FOR TORPID LIVER FOR CONSTIPATION FOR SALLOW SKIN FOR THE COMPLEXION Purely uunuinsi VegetAbto nuiTMvt JICURE SICK HEADACHE C W Rocenbach Jilt St and lodl ana Ave Chicago ill wrote ieb z s 1888 II I have been troubled with QUINSY SORE THROATf- or ten yens and I fi- ndPalmers Lotion tho quickest remedy I ever tried Lotion Soap Prevrnto and assists In cunng all skin discvics At Druggists only tatKSas FREETnanreeurull 1iirnrw Uigur lu n rrj C unlrrclUbli T OIII either srae luinllinl FIIKK a hIIIom JIIII rl Clot Amrtf n uudn ThU ril llnir Iniiini inrnk Iliri A V TO MATHMflV liOOO iliirrrnl toles lUndrrs Dane II J Iut- ai011lime f rMI11usy wa IMi a acid an onw On v iliit II ant Ahr1 lhship IllK IV inlum offer rl7dirGour KVulEUlO iUll John mr t ijvtie 2000 Per WEEK Plr1Fcllualfnulttratixttireeand1ertctl n II hwy Ullr IYI 11 WII t v h UI 4 THE SUNDAY SCHOOL Lemon In lIe Inlrrnnllnnnl Scrim fol April Y ItMMI Thf Criiluliu Serb nut llrnlril tlrepared by II C Itnlnnlon- Til K M5HHON TEXT Luke 7110 i Now when he had ended nil ills nay ing In the audlcree of the people hi en ttred Into Cupunaum- Z And a certain centurions servant who was dear unto Him was aid and ready to lie 1 And when he heard of Jmur he tent JIHO Him the elders or uit Juwn beseech log Him that Hv would come and heal Iii servant 4 And when they came to Jenu thny be tought Him Instantly Haying That he was worthy for whom lie ihould do thisC Ior he lovnlh our nation and he path built us a urnftgoRU 6 Then Jesus went with them And when Ho wes now not tar from the house the enturlon sent friends lo Him Paring unto Him Lord trouble not Thyn lf for I am not worthy that Thou nhouldtnl enter un ler my root 7 Uhtrvfore neither thought I my sell worthy to come unto Thee but soy In a word and my servant fhal be healed II For I also am n man net under author ity having under mo aoldlrra and I Ay unlu one flo and heROolh and toanollier Come and he cometh and to my servant I o this and he doeth IU t When Jtaus heard these things lie marvel at him and turned him about and said unto the people that followed Him I say unto you I have not found so great faith no not In Israel 10 And they that wire sent returning to lit houre found the servant whoto thai had been sick- Oo1DBN TKXT Mke as a father illltlh tits children DO the Lord pltlelh them that tsar Bienlan11111N- OTES AND COM n lS The healing of the cent iirlonV MTV nut win one of the ninny inlriicliK wliluh Jesus orfuruicil Immediately lifter the sermon on the mount It linn t cfii noted lint tlio tlnxc chapters which Matthew ghee to the wrmon sire followed liy two chnptcrii of mlniolcK The event of the lesson took place nt Ciifriiinm whlnh we renicm ier la thin rltv where Jeans nmilo Ills home niter thin rejection nt Snaruth Study not only tho ICMIOII text hut Its parallel In Mntthcw 8513 nod the teaeliint may be i reente l under four lends Hi Char er of the Ctotiitlon C Kmphakld Jesus lsya un Faith I it 1 romlat 10 tie UsmiCta II Healing of the Hervan- tClmrncter of tilt Centurion The centurion ia nn Interesting object for a elmruetcr study What luke and Matthew sayof hint occupied few rIMS hut In decidedly to the point Irom wl nt wi nro told of the innn we ran picture him nx one of quiet and unntsiimlnj ill nltv We are told lint ho wna v rthkv stud tho fuel that he could get the vlllerh of thin Jews to- go for him to Icnua hoH that lie uWMi dl l the honor mud respect of others lie was n man In authority Iflng os a eel Iiin on In eoinmnnd al out n hundred mien but he wait nhio under nutliH y and knew how to obey In spite of the gonel opinion of otluTM ninl thin KH ltlon he held In the Konmn army he loimtetl himself riot worthy that Jeaue should enter under his roof Ho WIIH n kindly nmn for we arc told his Mervnnt wns dear unto him and hhl the elder referred lo him an one who lowth our na tion We know ho wn + n religious mini fur he hind founiKsl n Hynnpogiie Chief of nil iris yowl ijimlltle woe hint of fnlthi iiliildpMinifpeeliilly com mcliiletl it- liniplinna leium Ixiyn on Faith It Is lu Just such n man that we would look for faith faith In Ciod oil faith In men Ililth U the foundation upon which nil strong Ilmrnctei In huh Jesus hind Jifrformcil many womlerfnl mlraclen In Cnpernnum stud when the centurion heard of Him he sent for the help He alone could give Tho dcrvnnt lvaa near to Vvtb Icsnsj hind helped other oral he believed that He could help him leans cama and when He was near the house the ecu tnrlon came out lie hind not meant that Jesus should go to the trouble of coining to him He reasoned that BS he could send one of his RoUHem to do a certain thing FO JCRIIH In coot mand not only of miitcrlnl thing hut of thliiKH Klrltnnl could have hut spoken and hU servant would he healed Marvelous faith No won der Jesus exclaimed 1 have not found no greet fnlth no not In Is rael We may notn that JIMIIH certainly knew as much about thiH Centurion as we can Know from the story we have lYrhapx He knew more living In the same town where thlH ofllccr hall his hrnihinarters lie Knew the man hind the good iunlten I il wo have men tioned hut He pointed out not ids evi dent humility not the klndncas ol heart he exhibited not Isis lies et0 lence hut his fnlth 1alth Is the chief of nil tho qualities of the heart save that of low find faith and lure po together Xow nbldeth faith hope lov- elroniac to tho Gentiles Matthew Sill 12 records what Luke omits the remark of Jesus which may hu construed Into n promise to the lion tilt world Ho says Many slush route from the mast stud west outside of time chosen people nnd shall sit down with Abraham Isaac nnd Jacob In the kingdom of Heaven Healing of the SertntitAnd Jesus evil unto the centurion Cio thy way and as anon hue believed so ho It done unio thee And Mil servant wat healed In the sclfsiuna Lout51at thew 813 HillKloiin ThoiiKht- Ilko the needles to tho north pole the Ilinlc points to lIenellU II Nichol Some Tlnnces of real lieauty may be teen In their faces who dwell In true meekness There Is n harmony In the loiind of that voice to which Divine tote gives tenurccloin Woolman The one Ling needful is to look up to revere soMiethlng above us to do Ore rnmcthlrg Letter to hunger for t higher good lie who loves the high st truest and bent Is In his henrt uul Haul n lover of GolfJ lVeemnn larLQ TIER ONE REQUEST The Onlr Ilrmnlnlnir Tlilncr That Vns eresinrr In Complete tier llapiilness darlingThe drew to nil heart the braiillful girl who had pomir lo there Isle wealth and happinris in urn langltuRe legan to teemed what the future had in store for them It has ben my great with he said that you should liave a home not only eommeniurnle with your position and my own but one whorls will be a fit selling for your Altogether sweet and delightful per lonnlity And so for months now 1 have been engaged in a search after the best that money ran hey curl the house I have hall built e for you is now complete throughout Nothing hu ken omitted Decorators and artists have bestowed their services and all my resources have been tuned to provide our home with a suitable interior with the most corny furniture What do III to this III dear It ial his betrothed as she JrlrtIJlliedheaved There is only one thing more that will make me completely and utterly be granted exclaimed her enthusiastic lover On I tell me what it is rapturouslyHowonly going to say that when we have moved into our new home I would like the privi lege of furnishing it all over again to grit mysefLife Knglnmls Armored Trnln yEngldtdnport her troops protect bridges and tele graphic communications in about the sanu way that Hostellers Stomach Hitlers drives dyspepsia from the human stomach and then mounts guard that it does not return The indigestionbilioupost fifty years It is invaluable at all times aol Inllinnlr Unonnh- MM Maison Kxcuw ignorance but HonesTfthing yet like Some of my riend call tile I In old idiot Ah but Hose are only who know fou intimatelyLondon llJlihIHE LIKES WESTERN CANADA Dulinmcl Jan 24 1000 I Dear Sir nml Vc hind u 1ItllIhjnectlons nml day afternoon stayed there nil night I bought n pony and saddle for the boy and hired n thrle sealed rig for the balance of us nnd got home to dinner next day caught the IJo cleaning up ami getting ready to come after UN VcdursiIny tin cnmv was all gone and nehadbarcgroundani bright sunshine for n month and It has been pleasant weather ever since The ground Is frozen nboul two feet and about six incite df jinott jusl rnougli for aheigh lag We had one cold spell In Decem her The thermometer went down to 32 below zero but we did not sulTer with the cold at nil te have worked entry day all winter are nil will stud feeling well Have built n log louse ISvlU two log btnblcs ICxlS and are now busy on n welt We lime ten cows three other faille anti fix head of horses The boys send their best respects to Mr llnclilsou and ay they will talk to him enough lo pay for not writing when he gets up here Will write you again next Spring and tell you all about the Winter We nil unite in ending you and fatally our best wishes and respects and hope Iris will find you all well Yours vcrv respectfully Signed THOMAS TATfi- Duhuinel Alberta Canada P S It line been down to zero this month it is 22 above now The charms of solitudes llarpelon cbsrmtdCbwegoDemocrat If Mnrkn Cnnnot tic Cared t1IQnl applications as they cannot reach the IIHtJ portion of the ear There is only one la to cure deafness and that Is b constitutional remedies Dcafrcss U caused by an iiillamctl condition of the mu cous lining of the Kuxtachian Jh o When this tube inlLimcd you have a rumhlillj- toun1 or imperfect hearing nod when it is entirely I is the result and unless mllnmmnton cats he taken out and this tube restored to its normal con dition hearing will be destroyed forever nine casts of I ten ore calami which Isnoth lg but an inflamed condition of the morons I 11evvhllgi iOnellandretlTollaraforanyc- ase of Deafness IltUCIl L cotarrli that rannot bo riirnl bv Iialls Catarrhs Cure Send for F1 Cheney k Co Toledo 0 Sold be DniRRists 7c Halls om Tills arc till best Sound Judumtnt The bandmasters llaricia Lift MAIIKRT iinronrC- iiieliinnti April 13 CATTMiCoiumnH 41 00 40 Soleet butchers I 95 00 CAIVKS KxtnH 14 75 IIOOSScleet puckers 5 00 05 Mixed puckers 5 45 5- 3511111thI1co Ij 0 O- DLMIIS1Kxlrn 7 13 a 7 23 llOl II Spring pat 3 03 a 3 00 WIIKAT No S red 73OT 74 ItxNo S nixedrs 43z OATS No 2 mixed n 28- JJYUXO 2 al 61r- a1111Choice timothy QU 50 MKSS IOKK u13 12a LAUD 11 Ii Sjl IILTTHK Ch dairy 12 a 13 Choice crciimery Q 23- AIMMKS Ch to furyt 4 23- IOTATOICS ler hr 1 25 rr 1 50 CIlHAtiO IlOlIl Win pnlent 3 00 n 3 70 WIIKAT Nil 2 ml ltt uj 70 CORNNO 2 WKdC IDva OATS Xo 2 23 y S- 5UYUXo 2 StirP 5Q- yPOlhlMess12 13 RI2 75 LAUD Slfiini f 75 7 OV NEW YOIIK FIOIIII Win patent 3 70 ji 4 00 1IIAlXn 2 red C 70 y COItX Xo 2 mixed o168s OATS Xo 2 mixed jr 81 11YU s 2- IOKK MCSB 11 25 ali 00 JAKD Stinin fij 7 40 INDIANAPOLIS ltINo 2 mi 1 72- COItX Ir Xo 2 ntlxedr 41 010 2 mixed TO 27s4 IOUISVIMI- KIOUII Win patent 15 n 4 50 WUgIo 2 red 72 g 73 COKX Miaod GI 13Vi 011SMixed O 2711 IOHK Mess f13 O- uLAltuSteutu yews 11 s 0 73 Axle roar Dmlorfnr Attn InntEa n A powder to Rltuko Irto your ulioniv It rests tho feet Cures CVirnsIluiilniisHwnlJciiKoro Hot Callous Achlne Hwrntlni feet and Inv growing Nulls UCIIS Knot KUDO makes drtlyruletaandAddress Allen a Olm Uxl Lo lloy N Y Fiinlahnifnt Did pair wife scold when you came home to I nightYou OOV whist It in to have a wife who was nine n eel nnl tcacher She imply made me write 100 limes on a IIII must he at home by ten oclock N Y World vSprite llromni llnpe Corn Oati Five remarkable things Hound to make you rich Mr Fanner tialzcri catalog tells the story Send Cc postage and this notice SeedCor Conlilnt Think of Vnmplre thathangEveningheatTo Cure a Colt Ill Out any Take Laxative Drama Qulnlna Tablets All druggists refund money lilt falUto cure 2V Wise ia ha man who acts ai if he ex pedal to lve a hundred years but ii pre tomorrowChicagoDlily I do not believe liJO1 Cure for Coniump tion has an equal for coughs and colds John F lloyer Trinity Springs lad Feb 15 1000 In the spring a man forget where he put things nnd places the blame on the house cleaning Atchii on Globe lle refund lOc for every package of 1UTNAM FADELESS to give satisfaction Monroe Drug Co Untoovillc Mo Sold by all druggists He who does not love honesty is a thief at heartL A W Bulletin n at once will well by f m JOc 25c 50c soy ftom bowel too poor 10 we or 131 I1 U the original and only durable welt contnir entirely different from all leal vumlnri neatly for use in white or fourteen beautiful I by adding cold water AD1E3 naturally prefer AIA HASTINB for olla and cell because It Is clean durable lit till In dry powdered form In nre round packages with full direction TL kaliomlnts are cheap tern porary from vf hltlntr chalks clay ct nrd flunk on walls with do- I rnylnc animal glue AliAHAS TINE Is not kaliominc ERe of tho dealer who says ho cnn sellyou the came thing as ALtBASTINE or lust as good Ira Is either not or la try log to deceive you ND IN OFFEIUNO somothlnjt he has boucot he3p nnd to cell on ALABASTINEH tie mends he may not realize the damage you will Buffer by a I knlsomlne on your walls ENSinLR 7lll not buy lawsuit Dealers risk one by celling and conjurers by using Alabastlne Co own to mnko wall coat Inc to mix wllh cold water liE WALLS of every church and should be coated with dur able It ante ions yearly fortthiswork N lUYIXQ AI nASTINB should nvold getting cheap under iDffrrcnt names Insist on having our In and properly labeled UIBANCn 5f Is obviated by It can bo used on plastered walls wood celllnBB or canvas A cJlld can brush It on It does not rub or scalo ort STAnLIStfED in favor Shun nil trtutlons Aalc dealer or for tint card Itilereitlns book litfree ALUASTIN I3 CO orgfI KaWs Mich I VALUABLE PREMIUMS Free The Round TradeMarkOn posnd package youloapputi i FRIENDS OATS MtSCATINE IOWA FOR BALE BY ALL GROCERS D rorrCough Syrup coughsyrupreilerwin mme et once and the sufferer will soon be cured Price only j cU Use Certain Cough Cure Price 25 lt501 d 0 How Happy I am to BE FREE from In 3 or Years an t cP ulolenbnt fit Imnl IntcrlorOttawa eLwhowittmall T 1 ladlaualolls lad ItaADEnq Oh TItIS iAlr DKSIIIINO TO tlUV AXtTIIISS ADVKUTISUI IN ITS COLUMNS HHOfLI INSIST UPOX W1UT TUKr ASI FOR IlKFUSIKO ALL aUU3TlTUTK3 011 IMITATIOVJ DlSCOTMITl gives and eurti wont tun Musket Ur OHKKN CONH Uoi l Is what Mrs Archie Young of 1817 Oaks Ave Superior WIs writes us nn Tan JSth 11 1 am no thankful tote able to say that your NWANSONM 51001SIsthe bet have ever used in life I sent for some last November and commenced mint H right away It helped me trout tire first dose Oh I cannot explain to you how I was suffering from neural It that death was near at band I thought no one could be worse I was so very weak I hardly expected to lire to see my husband comeback from Ills dally slut now I am from my cheek are red and I sleep well the whole night through Many of my friends so to see me looking so well that will send for some of yar0 II1o1Nt RHEUMATISM indcpcndcncclsAssured dIIrOlllakeUl1lnUrhOinflI odathescDsmphleuetcfree SnlnnflmmlgraUnnOttawatlanada DROPSYNIv lestlmnnlaleamllii4rstretmnt- Free NEURALGIA 1100I I have been afflicted with for years I was In with It when I saw your advertisement In a paper bedISWANSONS 6 ltOPS ier hl hhv I tou ht I try It It Ithsscompletelycuredme I like It iiowelilhatJ want more bottles for fear I get same fix I was before I sent 5 writes Mr Alexander futrell ot Vsnndale Ark foIhlmb powerful f petlfle known Tttt from uptatM and wrf tlr harmiu IwoIpIYllllloUntlntapo1I reulef ni1li a po dire for Khr urantUm aura JVenrnlcln IIrpepsin llnckichp Asthma e er tarrh Iit Grippe Croup HlerplCMnni nM o eurtletc Headaches ieueeWDrop Malaria Crt pf SUmbnenr etc 30 DAYS isbl r 1 sedum 1mrlbolllIIIoYlnoYu 1rIIUIJfOIIIIIboUcorIBWAASOV nilEDUATIO CUBE CO IdO I BILE H ENE BLOOD No matter how pleasant your surroundings health good health is the foundation for enjoyment Bowel trouble causes more aches and pains than all other diseases together andwhen you get a good dose of bilious bile coursing through the blood lifes a hell on earth Millions of people are doctoring for chronic ailments that startedwith bad bowels and they will get better till the bowels are right You know how it isyou neglectget irregularfirst suffer with a slight headachebad taste in the mputhmornings and general all gone feeling during the daykeep on going from bad to worse untill the suffering becomes awful life loses its charms and there is many a one that has been driven to suicidal relief Educate your bowels with CASCARETS Dont neglect the slightest irregularity See that you have one naturaleasy movement each day CASCA RETS tone the bowelsmake them strong after you have used them once you will wonder why it is that you have ever been without them You will find all your other disorders commence to get better and soon you be taking THE IDEAL LAXATIVE CANDY CATHARTIC To needy mortal suffering and buy CASCARETS wiusend box Sterling Company Chicago New York mentioning advertisement and paper LAUABT1 tlnti Inga pure tomotlilnif posted tries dealers Infringement INTKIIIOn school pure ALAUASTINK used customers knleomlncs packages wall parser paint labor they rheumatism DIt01N1f liar TRADE never and ttroubles Remedy i I If Its Omaha to reach heres good and time for you Good save worry is another name for care Keep this con nection in your when you think of Omaha its the best with trains which reach St Louis In the Leave St Louis Wabash 730 p m and you will be in in time for If you forget Omaha take other route the best that can you will keep you until I A 10t rlm l all about It something worth knowing you want to reach Day- I western city you Ian full specific Information about your bet train lolls railroad ami sleeping car fares etc the rate will be right Ad aaCII CRANC acdTlcket Aft St Louis ti ri Ni qs 00pr sad tailsttr the brit d n slllttA CVOrI f Y r i r411tiJJI kSt 1 S R HAVING rvlttf II II U West 2 lt t la ALLIa u E its Omaha I Wabashand connections connection traveling connection remember itIfconnection breakfast Prc fuIIlICIl I r m A N KU 1808 iriivrixo TO AOVKKTIMUHI- Iplru slate that you tun 1adrtlehq IlIt If lA1Mpcp The Largest Stock The Lowest Prices t Everybody knows the Place Bicknell Li Earlys Corn Oats Hay Potatoes Farm and Garden Seeds- 1VIcCOR1UIICK Mowers Binders and Twine Plows Cultivators Harrows Rakes GROCERIES The Freshest and Best See Us See Us See Us See Us Before You Buy t BEREA KENTUCKY April ForecastsiTho baby buds upon the trees are rocking in the gentlo breeze while on Uu wing the honey bees tako chances ef another freeze tho housewife plantaI her early peasbut pardon late to sneeze The cruel winters gone at last and days of snow and ice are past no IiBOte well feel the chilling blast n- oore tho clouds will forecast for spring is hiking hither fustId- Led my flannels if I dast Tho robins in tho ochard sing and Surly make the welkin ring tho little lambs dont do a thing but jump and swalllowsto eneeza again by jiugl Tho balmy vernal breeze that blows has melted all tho winter snows the maiden dons her Easter clothes and looks likt she was nearly froze the trees begin to work their toes excnss me whilo I blow my nose Housecleaning fills tho wife with care her oyes shino with a savage glare tho house is cold tho floors ore bare tho carpet dust is in tho air but pardon Ill have to swear a carpet tack was on that chair The first of April is dedicated to mankind generally for it is All Fools Day Theres tho old fool the hold fool the fool who thinks hos Fmiirt and the learned fool and durnod fool they cant be told apart There will bo several severe storms during tho month of April but wo defuse to give tho dates There is such a thing knowing too much about tho weather in tho spring Ex Those horrid fits of depression melancholy low spirits and sudden irritability that sometimes afflict oven goodtempered people is duo to tho blood being permeated with black bile Hcrbino will purify tho blood restore health and cheerfulness Price 60 cents S E Welch Jr For coughs and colds there is no tcdieine so effective aa Coussons Honey of Tar It is the Idealremedy Price 25 and 50 cents SE Welch Jr We will get you anything from Den nisons in the short est possible time At the Printingoffice The Counties Clay County Ogle Gilbert Lewis the small son of Elijah Lewis died of fever Wednes dayRevs J G Jones and Foland Hammonds preached here Saturday and Sunday John Fowler of Berea was hero a few daya since with some men who were branding logs T Fred Clark visited here during tho week Ho is still engaged in the photographic art in Knox county Elihu Payne has loft tho county He is accused of having taken some fromIford have partner tho goods business Holcomb is now located on Buzzard Creek Cuts wounds burns sprains and bruises quickly heal if you apply Ballardu Snow Liniment Prico 25 and 50 eta S E Welch Jr Jackson County Alcorn Sidney Hazel is very low with con sumption The fruit crop looks promising in this section J W Davis who has been on the eick list for some time is some hotter at this writing andIup Mr Williams appetite- J P Logsdon of Panola prssod through this place yesterday Mr Logsdon is a stock buyer and pays liberal prices for what ho buys Floyd Kidd of Borea a traveling salesman for W E Grinsted Co of Louisville is in this vicinity sell ing groceries Mr Kidd is a hust ling energetic man He has andI Clover Bottom Mrs Lucy Baker is quito ill D M Click went to Borea Tuesday Robert Daugherty visitcdh is undo Sim Isaacs last week Wm Hatfield of Berea is in our neighborhood EB Hatfield of Big Hill was here Saturday and Sunday Nathan Williams had a largo log rolling Weduorday Mrs Aggio and Miss Paulina Neel are visiting relatives this week Miss Martha Click who has bcun in Virginia for several months will ro turn soon Has Spence passed through hero Monday on route for Ovvsloy county Mrs Thos Flanuery and Mrs Martin Ambrose of Owsley are visiting their children at Borea Theodore Baker of Tuscola Ill passed through our country las week Mr Baker had just returned from Tennessee on a business trip and intended to visit a few tints with relatives here but receiving a message stating that his brotherinlaw was daugerously ill he returned home immediately Mothers Bewaro of thoso secret robbers of your babys quiet and health Those sleepless nights and long hours of tiresome vigil are caus ed by thoso enemies of childhood worms Destroy and remove them with Whites Cream Vermifuge Prico 25 cents S E Welch Jr Owsley County Gabbard C Roberts has been hauling goods for Hiico of Buffalo Ida tho little daughter of B T Huff is improving at this writing Messrs James and J L Gabbard went to Cow Creek on business Wheat is looking flue in this neighborhood and promises to yield a fair cropDr Anderson of Boouovillo passel through here Tuesday on his way homo Mr and Mrs W B Gabbard are improving slowly from an attack of GrippeAllen left hero Monday for Little Buffalo Creek where ho is working at his mill Rev James Eversole of Manches ter preached ut the Grassy Branch school house Sunday Mrs Sallio Baker a very old lad of this place died Sunday night after an illness of about two weeks Albert Gabbard loft hero Monday for South Boonovillo whore ho will nurse B P Moore for two weeks Tho farmers have been making good uso of tho fine weather they are all done sowing oats and aro now preparing for planting corn C B and neury Gubbanl wore at tho depot Tollega to meet their brother Meridath who was on his way home from school Meridith Gabbard canto homo from Berea Saturday where ho has been attending school for four months He says that the school thorn is progressing nicely having a good num ber in attendance for tho Spring term Ho expects to bo in school again next winterJacob Gabbard tho oldest man in this vicinity died Saturday night He was in his eighty seventh year being bor in Washington county V Aug 22th 1813 Ho was one of tho first settlers of this neighborhood and always recommended as one of the best citizens being kind to every one ho mig t meet Tho deceased was mar ried to Miss Elizabeth Wood who died July llth 1893 He hid been illonly about two wouks before tho Lord came and relieved him of his suffering though ho was always ready to go whenever he might bo called Ho loaves five children a largo num ber of grandchildren and a host of friends to mourn hit loss Tht body was laid to rest in tho family grave yard near where ho lived the most of his life KodolDyspepsia Digests what you eat Itartlflclally digests the toed and aloe Nature in strcugtnenlng and recon structing the exhausted digestive or It Is the latest discovered digest ant and tonic No other preparation can approach It In efficiency It In rcl loves and cures heartburndSIck eadachcGastrnlgraCrampsBn l ImperfectdlgestlonPrepared SPECIAL DEPARTMENTS THE HOME Killed br MRS KATE U IUTXAM teacher In lien College Homo Dyeing These dyes are much cheaper than the package dyes and are excellent for carpet rags Uso only earthen ware tin brass or copper Uso noth ing but soft water All goods should wetyaro all for cotton SCARLET For one pound of goods tako cream of tartar half ounce cochineal halt ounce muriate of tin two and a1o halt ounces Boil the dye put in the goods and stir for tenor fifteen minutes after which boil ono sad n halt hours Wash in clear water goodstn half ounce of oxalic acid Pulverize together and dissolve in hct water sufficient to cover tho goods which aro to bo worked in tho dye until the desired shade then wrung and thoroughly rinsed in alum watjr YELLOwFor six pounds of goods use four ounces of bicromato of potash three ounces of sugar of lead Dissolve separate in enough water to cover tho goods Have them hothI hot and dip first in one then thoI other until tho desired shade Rinse well in clear watorIOnesDip yellow rags in strong limo water or color tho yellow rags redGREENColor yellow rags blue COPPERAS For five or six pounds dissolve a half poundof copp ras in sufficient water to cover the goods Drain and rinso in lyo water Do notI get discouraged over tho color as the effect can not be sewn at oneuI cntlChullinuntil it is dissolved then add one ounce of sulphate of copper Stir well Put in the goods and boil awhile Wring out and then work for half an hour in a hot solution of threw ounces of bichromate of potash Work from this in a hot soapsuds This is an absolutely fast color for I have colI ored childrens faded calico and gingham aprons and washed them repeat ally without any apparent effect Dove and slate colors are made by boiling in an iron vessel a teacupful of black tea with a teaspoonful of copperas and sufficient water Dilute this until tho desired shade is reached There is no satisfactory way of color lg cotton blnckIExchange I kcow enough of gardening to un derstand that if I would have a tree grow upon its south side I must cut out the branches there Then all iU forces go to repairing tho injury and twenty buds shoot out whore other wise there would have been but one When wo reach the garden above we shall find that out of thoso very oUt111groaned dant branches bearing precious er a thousandfold Henry Word fruitI THE SCHOOL Edited by MM KUZA II YoctM noun nl Il Normal Department dens CollvKC OXPllcllited that wo will get knowledge Wo somehow have an earnest belief in the old adage that knowledge is power without always asking ourselves whether time things which wo know are likely to bo changed into powa- in our lives We accept the curricu lum excepting possibly some of the things which wo must tako and try to fit it into tho conception of our fu tutu life sure that some how the bits of Greek and Latin and mathematics and science that we acquire may help to fit us for that indefinite uncertain future to which we are daily moving nearer Probably no man has gone through his school and spent several years in business life without wishing that it wore possible for him to go backand tako over again his college course in tho light of his present experience If such a nun had timo enough and were wise enough he could give many hints that would be of practical hole to those of us who are in tho midst of college courso upon which wo shall sometime look back with vain regret The first thing that many of them onrIIthat instead of the Greek and Latin which has twined to have no appar cut connection with their daily life they might havo hud a finer knowl edge of nglishand a broader knowledge of men and things which would have broil a daily help But the serious practical question seems to bo the effect upon tho individ unl Can n man begin very early toI bend his energies to some fijMfial workwithout depriving himself of tho breadth of culture and the solidity orI foundation essential to fineness orI character It seems that in Worn ing specialist wo are in danger of be coming shreds of humanity instead of the fully rounded mon and women that wo liko to contemplate ourselves being In looking back at my old college life the first thing I should like to rid myself of would IHJ an exagger skid souse of the importance of books Lowell says that wo are never ready to use books till wo ire ready to do without them And paradoxical as this tinny seem I do not believe it invisible to get the Isbt from hook till wo bring to them something more than unquestioning reverence for their contents Books hooks Of tho making of uiiny looks there is no ondaull volume upon volumn is written having no possible excuse for existence But before any book could bti written the maker muni need see and hear and feel and think Wo are in danger of losing the fitter use of our senses by letting others do our setting and hearing for us Our fin est thinking and feeling is not that which merely follows the lead of an others thinking and fedingI Continued tint week THE FARM NortheIralnngofomo from un dcrdrniuing is that tho soil is drj enough to work sooner after hard rains and will yield better crops when the season is wet nuyImeans 00 caurlIaml seasons 2 It is easier to keep tho ground clear of weeds il Vega tables urns ole are undo more pal atable j Wheat mid clover do not heave out so much by freezing and thawing f Tho soil does not wash so much fl It makes thin soil morn fertileTo say that ditching prevents dam ago by drouth unity seem strange to those who have never tried under dniining their land but those who have tried it know that the crops over and near a tile ditch are bettor in a dry season than where no tilo are used Tho drouths that do tho most damage are those where u dry stun mer anti fall follow an open winter and a wet spring This is caused by dune wet weather in the spring making the soil run together mind becomu morn conic acted Wind dry weather follows it is more injurious than if the soil is loose un it generally in over and near a tilo ditch Wo Know a mellow soil resists drouth better thou a heavy soil Tho best drained soil is that whore nature bas placed a bed of t and gravel or honii other porous material a few fret bineatht thu stir face soil Where this is the case wo UNtmlly mlu fertile soil that pro duces well whether tho euf on be dry or wet Where this is the ease every foot of the stirlnce is ax well drained as if it hind n tile drain directly be noiith it AH to tho secondreasonit in easier to get rid ofwetrlsn little observation will prove it to bo correct It is in tho wet spots in tho wheat fields where the wheat in killed by the water that time dock ragweed chews and other pests are tho worst Itis tho same way In tho corn field and Potato patch The low wet places are generally time most difficult to keep clean The third abvantago is that tho products of well drained loud lire more palatable than those grown on wet land Tho Name variety of late taw planted in different soils will produce potntcxH of dituimilar qual ities Those grown on well drained land will cook dry and mealy whilo those grown in u wet heavy clay soil will bo of on inferior quality and will be soggy when cooked Seven years ago lant summer I had n strong proof that stock prefer clover that grown over or near tilo ditches to that growing on higher ground but not Un drained Continual next week Even tho most vigorous and hearty ofIwill im part vigor and vitality Price BO eta S E Welch Jr ACROSS THE COLLEGE OREEN BEREA COLLEGE HAS 15 BUILDINGS Ae1ANC UYUOUY FUU BEt EA COLLEGE E0VNDEn- ra 1l1li6 Over 20 teachers 700 students front 12O states Rest Library in Kentucky No Saloons DEPARTMENTS For those NOT sufllclently advanced to get n teachers certificate 1 I Trado Schools Carpentry Housework Printing two years II Model Schools preparing for Normal and tho 1It nccd courses For those sufficiently advnnceil to get n teachers certificate III Farming and Agriculture gardening stockraising forestry olchvo yeurslIV Domestic Science Sowing Cooking OICHtwo yours V Normal Courso for teachers three years with practice teaching VI Academy Course four years fitting for College for business and for life For those more advanced VII College Courses Philosophical and Literary Adjunct Departments VIII Music Heed OWBM Choral free Vocal Piano Theory IX Berea General HoepitalTwc unease in tho care of ls sick Boroa places time best education in reach of all a moneymaking institution Its instruction Is a free gift It aims to help thoso who value education ai p charges e small incidental fee to meet expenses of the school apart from instruction i j musfaso pay fw their board Expanses for term 12 weeks may Jo brought within f21 about half of whicu muai advance p Tho school is endorser by Baptists Congregationalists Disciples Methodists Presbyterians and good people of ill denominations For information or friendly advice address the VicePresident GEO T FAIKC1IILD LL D Berea Madison Co Kar c