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SUBSCRIBE NM l L TODAY J I THE CITIZEN rubllnhuil at the ofOco o- lTIII2 CITIZEN Boron Ky- Xnttrtd at tile Iotioflft at Htrtn Ay at tftonj doer 1UII IDEAS A big reward breeds false witness The bait preacher is tho mnn who mike us lovo our neighbors Tho 1U32 mful ftthirntn know what it is to have his linos tact in jilimnut plaoiH The mm who it uniiotii to acquro knowledge is norer ualiaiiiDil to con fuss his ignorance Foreign News Thnro Ins boon a lav pasted pro hibiting mho ihipiusf of South Amer ican cattle to Ohisguw Scotland Threa days of foitmtios have boon hold In Birlin on account of tho Crown Prince of Germany coming of ago The Vot rivor has been crossed by tho British after n fierce batllu with a lar o force of tho BOOM Not a riinglo soldier of the British troops was loit- There is no sign of abatement in the awful suffering in stricken India Over lW000OtK are effected Tho amino oiceods any yet known in tho devastated country National News CongrwM will bo adjourned not later than the middle of Juno Sonalor hillof Now York diet Friday morning after n lung illness There was nn awful mine disaster in Utah last weuk when 2f 0 run were killed Several loriiudcMM did a good ditu of ilatiHge in Central Kitiuas on Sunday nfternoon It H said thbt Cincinnati is threat oned with a coal famiuo thu supply on html ii lotll thin for thirty years One third of mother Texas town Gargit Iraq boon destroyed by a tor undo No persons seriously hurt lion Win C Kudioolt former Sec rotary of War diudoC Pneumoniu Sunday afternoon at his home in Boston Mr Endicott was seventy thriHj yean of ng A mmnlMir of Gnu Funstonfl flUilt ca pturnl Gun Panloton Giircia the highest oflicer in tho Philippine insurgent army except Aguinaldo Gun Iuustoti hug heap trying for soma time to do this In Montgomery Ala a conference for the promotion of the study r1 Mace conditions tint problems in tho South is to ho hold from stay 8th to tho I ltd This gathering will ho ol interest not only to the South but to tho entire country Kentucky News There was a heavy frost in Garrnrd county Thursday night Property to the amount of f12000 was deslruyed by fire at Mt Sterling last week In tho scar future thero is to bo a largo Confederate vetoron reunion held in Louisville Tho secretaries of Goy W S Tay lor wore called to the witness stand on Saturday to witness concerning the Ooohdlllllll W S Taylor left Sunday night for Washington D U He went iu re SKIIHO to a telegram from tho nation al capitol Mormon Elders worn about Rich mond lust week They naked to speak at the court house but wore re fused outright Morton Owon of Livingston Ky uged 18 yours fell under a freight train while attempting to board it and ditd from the effects of the accident Saturday morning The Louisville Atlantic R R will sell round rip tickets to Versailles during the U E Convention May 1113ih at the mtt of one and one third fate- Report Inns London has it that the WhileHoward Maker feudists of flat county hnvo negotiated petite betMivn themselves land all indict outriC8jloC t THE CITIZEN I50cLocals and Personals Aunt Leo Million has a now fence in front of her lIIiduncujMuch tanbark is being delivered at the railroad heroIJohn Chapin wont to Cincinnati Monday to have hiM eyes treated Dr E B McCoy watt culled toI Greensburg dud last week by the serious illness of his mother Miss Morion Haley now of Mt Vernon was visiting friends in our city lust week An interesting story will bo con tinued through tho School Depart ment for a low weeks Members of Phi Delta and Alpha Helta literary societies nro wearing new society pins W H Webster visited hm daught er nt Beat lyville last week Ho will leave Itoreu for Webster N Y this week Miss J A Robinson exhibited a fine collection of homespun and products of fireside industries at time Lexington Industrial hair last and this week Mr and Mrs A S Mann left last Monday for tho homo of Mr Manns parents nt Lyndmivlllo Ohio where they will make their hone Schuler and Jiownrd Best and Earnwt and Sidney Diggs loft the first of last wcHtk for Hrnssfiol Ohio Where they have secured positions on m u public works Misses Mary Merrit and Maggie Jones gave u birthday supper at tut home of Mrs HolTmnn on Center street last week Ri fresinont i were served after which many games were played Mr C B Moore nod Miss Nannio Reynolds both of Eversolo were united in marringo at tho homo of Saul Bii loy of this city last Friday night by Rev R E Smith The couple left for Everwolo Saturday Much cnrolctisnuss has IMHJII shown by starling Oran in tilt timber land iionr nOW and through the mount sills ns tiny have tint only destroyed much young and valuable timber but much fencing and other property Last Thursday was an unfortunate day nt J Burduttus plaining and HOW mill as one man got his foot severely bruised sad one of tutu large belts wee badly torn which ouuxed considerable trouble and dory Examinations for certificates to teach iu tho county schools will be hold for whit touchers the thin Friday and Saturday of May Juuo July and August for colored teachers the fourth Friday and Saturday of the sane months There has romo to our office a combination match box and striker issued from the office of E G Siggars one of tho leading patent Inwcrii of Wellington D C In ventors can procure samples of tho same by writing him at once Ilea ad appears in this paper Unless n woman eats sufficient nourishing food she eon neither gain nor koop a good complexion Food when digested is the base ofall health all strength und all beauty Herbino will help digest what you sat nnd give you tho clear bright beautiful skin of health Price 50 and 75 els S E Welch Jr William Fugat who moved to Bnreii several weeks ago front tho Coljego farm at Our Sulphur is starling quito n fruit nnd vegetable farm on the Johnston place to tho south of Ladies hull Ho will have many strawberries and potatoes for abstainers and shipment as tho sea son opmis The thin annual May Music Fes tival will take place iu Louisville May 11 15 and 10 There will bo threo evening concerts mid matinees will ho given Tuesday und Wednes day afternoons A ono faro rate hawing been secured on all the railroads In Kentucky tho Festival offers tho host l ossiblo opportunity for all wishing to visit the city this spring Season tickets are only 7 lot the best seats iu the houno Single tickets 2- 1o to 50 cents to hear Sombrick and Nordica th great stars of tho Metro K litan Opera Company and Miss Lenora Jackson the worlds famous violinist t i zF Z7ZZ0zv A PROCLAMATION OF ECONOMY for the Spring and Summer in Mens and Boys Fine iSeason Stylish M- adeCLOTHING I cloth you with the LowesPprlced rightly made absolutely allwool Clothing In America KIghtlynuule u It U of famous Vitals Ilrand only readytowear Clothing Tailored on a itrlctly scientific bull In titan well KM worknKima Perfect filling and wtarrciUtlng beuium the Indde IbeM Ithe the Tcry life ol tho garment la carefulness In making represents the cx y time and thought cud la a drtI led contrast to the tallorlllK Iecn lu rtadylowuar Clothing The Fabric that wo show are the very designs that will be Men tills seaon Many 1onflned exclusively to in In the lace I the abore fut The moAt extraordinary feature combining our gnat offer li that 01Ican and do sell our Clothing ate LESS MONEYMM tfJ Throe elsewhere How van wo afford to Mil such hlah grade Clothing lor lets money W than lucwhtroT Our answer In pure flinple Our In a modern ttorc committed h strictly on progressive plans our nothing Is told on the smallest margin of liu lne The more Clothing we sell theyi depending on a large volume or ronelKW our purchasing power the lower our prices that the aWtyin a nutshell 8 COVINGTON MITCHELL RICHMOND KENTUCKY fI t 6Za 6Z 6Z6Z 6ZZ ZW tS iSiS iS iSiSiS Clnrunco Williams Do Whilo and Bell Rico loft the first of last week for Ollen III whore they will work on tho rock quart The concert g von bjr tho Ltiilifs 11111 Manis Glee Clubs limt Tuesday night was very well attended anda good program coimistintf of vocal and instrumental music wiw giv n The MonK club sung several old familiar songs which wore greatly unjoyed Va need more such older uiiiiiKntH hum and tho Oleo Clubs have made such good start wo liopo they will kelp it up The receipts were given townids tho Pearsons endowment Dr I tA Davis received a letter from 0 C LogHton lest week writ ton Piigsanghnm P L and dated Mush 27th which contains note of interoHt to our render Companies E and It of tho 37th regiment have encountered the natives several times recently February 25lh twenty molt from etch company encountered tho insurgents who fled after H thirty minutes contest III crossing a river to return to camp Corporal Ifendrick soa fell into tho water and was drowned On tho 2nd of March de tachments were sent out again to search for tho natives Tho wore fired upon by the iusurgontu from inlreiuthments but after an hour and n hairs fighting the iusirgonts worn forced to evacuate Tho loss of tho insurgents iu tho two battles is esti mate at twenty killed A1 Donee of Co E was wounded in the thigh and Jack Molly who enlisted at Boroa last August was grazed across tho foot Copeland Lecture Prof Dodges effort to secure n good audience for Col Copland last Saturday night was a success and all fool grateful to tho Profess for such a rara treat Though the address lasted most two hours the speaker land the attention and interest of tho audience to time close Tho lecture was not only full of interest coin amusement but the deep and solid facts gained from ox tensive travel observation and study were presented in such a skillful and thoughtful arrangement that the speaker clearly established his argu maul which was that tho United States is tho only nation that pos sesses or ever did jwssoss all tho conditions and necessities for a por manent government Wo should not only congratulate ourselves on hour ing such a choice lecture but feel grateful to Prof Dodge who has shown much ability and liberality in placing such a lecture course bo fore us this past season and give him encouragement iu tho coming season Dennisons Specialties are needed in every place of business and nearly every home At the PrintingofficeFor 37J good Estil county Ky land Young peach orchard and some trees Small cottage nod out bindings Good limestone spring lasts all summer Land lies four miles southeast of Pnnola railroad station and seven miles southwest of Irvine Address W D Smith Mox 201 Boron Ky or 321 Wells St Chicago III ONE OF OUR PATRONS- who is dissatisfied with our work is R ralrty Tho superior workmanship and high class j Dentistry t cannot fail to satisfy tho most particu lar and every customer brings us two or three more Have your tooth put in order U will prevent inano an ache and pain ASK OUR PATIENTS ABOUT OUR WORK Special low prices for patients from a distance with free Hotel accomo dationV H UO SON Dentist Office Ground floor next door to Government building Richmond Ky Olfico open nt ni- ghtField Days approaching LOSE NO TIME In ordering your Running Shoes Trunks arid other Athletic Supplies Through HAROLD JOHNSTON AGENT FOR THE SPALDING Athletic and Gymnasium Goods Prices Rights FAN INDEPENDENT WEEKLY J FOR CASH Having adopted The CASH System our prices have been reduced to meet the demands of the CASH trade You can buy more goods for CASH than on credit wd2 Call and examine our large stock of Women and Mens fine Footwear and Gents Furnish ings at prices much lower than ever before Call and be ConvincedDOUGLAS BRIGHT CO 207 West Main Street RICHMOND KY The Berea Monument Co Tir result of good work and reasonable prices is that tee now have customers in all parts of the State When you want Anything in the monument line Let us know and tee will tend you designs and price Headstones 600 up to any amount n Marble and Granite Monuments At prices to suit the times Material and work firstclass JOHN HARWOOD Prop7soo Berea Ky fWORMS For 20 Years Has Led all Worm Remedies BOLD BY ALL altVCiCiIBTHr- nprad by + JAMES F BALLARD St Louis ISold by S E W12LCII Jr 11701 Until Forte Notice Subscribers to THE CITIZEN may get also Tie TleaJo Blanc or Tin Louisville Commercial For 50c a Year All for 100a year Dont Miss It Come at Once subscriptions must come IAl1 THE CITIZEN IIMN Ij C MORGAN Dental Surgery Office Hours S to 12 A M ItoS P M National Bank Building Richmond Ky 62800 ATTENTION MILL MEN I TRY our Small Dimension and Ticket Mill for cutting teeth Picket Chair and other Small Dimension stock front the round block Sent for clrculati MODEL MACHINE WORKS 20 Ashland Ave Lexington Ky Jan 173m DENTAL SURGERY- A WILKES SMITH D D S Smith Jiuilding Main Street Richmond Ky Tfilrnhonc Ilrldmcr Nu 08 OmceNo no 6280- 0itr II nsTRfJl i5 FREErf patenttaeecuredIAttenSIGGERS Palnt Lawyer C IVERMIFUCE CENTER STREET ART GALLERY- C I OGG Proprietor UptoDate Photos Nothing But The Best Finish at the Lowest Prices wm BURTON The Photographer UKALKK IN AMATKUK SUlIIIKS- Fine Photographs at Reasonable Prices Weics about Berea a specialty62W 10 Fa HANSONS LIVERY6280 You Want GOOD GLASSES IF YOU WANT THEM AT ALi Ulnae that urn not properly adjusted to your eyes are actunlly dauiryroui know It and you olllblW kiiow not attempt to ul- tgliI to your eyes until know what U newlwl E el xitmliied free A Nice line of Novelties in JEWELRY- T A ROBINSON Jeweler and Optician 62840 LEWIS A DAVIS Medicine and Surgery Berea Ky Office III Huusou DId 923 E B McCOY Dentist Berea Kentucky 62un ft BOON TO D MANKINDII PILEii I Ir CURE I New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN cs WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED rs BY MAIL 76 CENTS Bon s Sole Proerfetorc 310 f 7 LOUIS IlL I THE CITIZEN A WEEKLY NEW lAlItI IIEItBA KENTUCKY For the year 1899 there were 130 050 births in Scotland and 9511 deaths In n new airship designed by a Hnytinn a series of fans are mountr in n car partially supported by n gai balloon the fans being used to drive all through adjustable pipes which arc adapted to turn toward any point to more the ship in the opposite dl rectlon In at least one respect Gen Cronji the new Napoleon at St Helena will be better off than the one whose for tUlle was finally overthrown at Water lOll The island has just been connected by cable with England Cape so that the exiled Hoer IcaderI way keep in touch with events A modern railway moll car equip pied with the latest contrivances such as vestibules automatic couplers air brakes etc costs between 5000 and 6000 The government pays for the use of railway mall cars at the rate of 10 a year for a 50 foot car per truck mile and M per year per track mile for a fOfoot car The monster telescope at the Pavia exposition which will bring the moon within thirtysix miles la three times the length of the largest of its predecessors the Yerkes telescope at r Chicago It is Ift7 feet long 5 feet In diameter and weighs 21 tons Thi lenrcK the largest in existence men tire Oer 4J inches In diameter and weigh 1320 pounds Mr liu Ting Fang the Chines minister who will go to St Peters burg in the early summer as the diplomatic representative of his coun try is having built in New York ulonjr lines planned by himself a gorgeous automobile It will be o1 the phaeton type The body will bi painted n brilliant oriental yellow mitt the velvet upholstering will be of the same hue It will seat four per kolas Within the next six months Chicago hopes to bury thirty miles of overhead telephone telegraph and clcctrii light circuits at an estimated coal of half a million dollars At from 100 to IPO separate wires are on the lines of poles which arc to be removed the total length of wire actually put underground will exceed 4500 miles There are now about 500 miles of pole lines in the city limits carrying ap proxlnmtcly 100000 miles of separate wires u iTudge Mcllvalne of Pittsburgh has roused consternation among lawyer In that city by declining to allow leu for two lawyers In the settlement of that a lawyer who has rendered pro fexsionul services for an executor or administrator is not a creditor of the estate The claims of the two attor ncvs in the case at issue aggregated sUtOO and the court sealed the tees down to 300 Col Daniel S Lamont and William C Whitney each at one time prom Inent In national affairs declare that they arc no longer In politics though most people give them credit for still wielding great influence Not with 11 Sloat Fassctt also of New York state and sonic time ago are publican leader A he himself says 1 hare been politically dead as a mack cral for eight years meaning since his defeat for governor by the late Roswell p Flower The commercially speak ing may be all used or a good deal of it may be wasted But ingenious manufacturers have learned that the hard lull has ninny uses It can be ground fine and used to adulterate brown sugar It nay not add any to the sweetness of the sugar but it adds to the weight and is entirely harmless It may be ground a little courser und is of use to make coffee weigh more The hulls may be ground very line mixed with a special glue submitted to hydraulic pressure and become very valuable to German man ufacturers for heels of shoes rhlrt four stat legislatures have asked congress to propose an amend ment to the constitution making the homiforlal olllcc elective by the peo pie There would be no difficulty In getting n ratification of such an amendment by the states The stum bllngbloek is the senate composed of senators who owe their seats to the present system and who are not sure of their ability to hold their seats under popular election The feeling Hfnnst the abuses of the present aye rem la strong and frevrjnjjf mud ltrgz1 r SONG OF THE PLODDER God cave my vial that 1 Alas must do without On wings of genius he may tif White I must plod about The ends for which I toll ao long lie might with fane achieve But there are craving that are strong And ways men cannot leave Bestd his talents mine are poor While he might soar my way Must always be tha slow and sure That leads on day by day lit might outstrip me If he would And win the prlf crave But wins and IdlMBII are good And Tolls a sobir knave Godnave him gift that I have not That which In patient ways And years of tolling I have wrought He might have done In days I may achieve no sudden height Nor win swift glory hereBut I can curb my appetite And I can persevere K Klser In Chicago TlmeiHerald v Copyright i Sw by F Tennyton Ketljri CHAPTEIi XI CONTUICED Late that afternoon just after the various trunks and boxes of the Frost that were to go by the transport were packed and ready anti Mrs Frost look ing stronger nt last though still frog lie almost ethereal was returning fron a drive with one of her friends the at tentlon of the two ladies was drawn toe crowd gathering rapidly on the sidewalk not far from the Baldwin hotel There was no shouting no commotion nothing but the idle curiosity of men end boys for a young soldier a handsome slender darkeyed dark complexioned fellow of 21 or 22 had beer arrested bya patrol and there they stood the sergeant and his two sol dlers fully armed and equipped the hapless captive with his arms halt filled with bundles nod over the heads of the little throng the ladles could see that he was pleading earnestly with his captors and that the sergeant though looking sympathetic and ter from unkind was shaking his head Mrs Frost listless and a little fatigued had witnessed too man such scenes In former days of garrbon life to take nny Interest in the proceeding lion stupid these people are she Irrltnbl exclaimed running like nail anti blockading the streets to see n soldier arrested for absence from camp with out a pats Shant we drive nV Ob just one moment please Mrs Frost He has such a nice facea gen tlemans face and he seems so troubled Do looit at Itl- Languidly and with something very like a pout Mrs Frost turned her face again toward the sidewalk but by thIs time tle sergeant had linked an arm In that of the young soldier and had led him a pace or two away so that his back was now toward the carriage He was still pleading and the crowd bad begun to back him up and was ex postulating too Awe take him where he says ser ftant and let him prove It Dont be hard on him man If he e taking care of a sick friend give an a the sergeant tried to explain matters I cant help myself gentle men said he orders are orders and mine are to find this recruit and fetch him back to camp Hea two days over time now Ob I wish I knew wiol it meant anxiously exclaimed Mrs Frosts com panion Im sure he needs help Then with sudden joy in her eyes Oh foodThere goes Col Crosby Hell see s amiss and as she spoke a toll roan in fatigue uniform of an ofliccr of in fantry shouldered his way through the crowd and reached the bluecoated quartette In the center Up went the hands to the shouldered rifles in salute and the young soldier the cause of the gathering which tlyo police were now trying to disperse whirled quickly and with something suspiciously like tears In his fine dark eyes was seen to he eagerly speaking to the veteran officer There Will a brief colloquy and then the colonel said something to the ser geant at which the crowd set upn jlwcr The sergeant looked pleased the young soldier most grateful and away went the four along the sidewalk many of the throng following And then the colonel caught sight of the ladles in the carriage saw that one vos signaling eagerly and heard lain dame called Hastening to their side be raised his cap and smiled a cordial greeting Oh Im so glad you came colonel ive arc so interested in that youngsoh dier Do tell us what it alt meanr OM I beg your pardon Mrs Frost I surely thought you had met Col Crosby let me IJre Why Nita Whats Are you Ill Here take my salts quick Xonogo onII want to hear Where are they taking him faintly murmured Mrs Frost Try to control yourself said her ompanlon Ill tell you in one mo ment Meantime from without the colonelconVnuedaddressIng He tells a perfectly straight story lie says he has an old friend whcHs to desperately III and out of money that he got a doctor for him and had been nursing him himself Those things hII carried are medicines and wine that the doctor bade him buy All he asks Is to lake them to his friends room and gets nurse then he is ready to go to camp and stand for his trial so I told the sergeant Id be responsible IIOb thank you no much Po ihat tie poor ftljqw JIZt punWtCdi 1wrll drive right round Perhaps we can do something It Is Red Uross business you know Good afternoon colonel Plea lie tell our driver to follow them But to her consternation no loaner had they started than she felt Nttn trembling hand grasping her wrist and turning quickly saw that she was in au almost Hysterical condition My poor child I had forgotten yoi were so worn out Ill take you home at oncebut then well miss them en tlrcly Oh could you bearIt Oh No Not moaned Nltii wring 1rr her little hands Take me any where No Take me home take mi home ouch promise me not touot to tell my husband what we saw CHAPTER XI For a mnn ordinarily absorbed in his own command Col Stanley Armstrong had become all on n sudden deeply en grossed in that of Col Canker Thr Frosts had been gone n week vie Van comerthe expedition only about 16 hours when he appeared at Gordon tent and frankly asked to be told all that tall southerner knew of the youii soldier Morton now gone from ennp for the third nnd as Armstrong be llcvcd the last time Why that young fellas a bnwr gentleman drawled Gordon as he of fared the colonel a chair and cigar lUe was bchavin tip top steady ai you please until about a month ago lies only been with us since 1st of May came with a big batch of recruits a regular athlete you know Then after hed drilled awhile I nailed him for headquarters clerk I never knew him to be oft nn hour until about four weeks ago The men anyanothcryoung fella came out here one night had n talk with Morton and they went out together He got regular permission Nobody has set eyes on leis friend out here since that time but Morton got three passes to town in ten days and Squeers happened to want him and gave orders he should have to be con suited hereafter flout a fortnight since by Jove Morton lit out sudden ly and was gone 43 hours and was brought back by a patrol perfectly straight and he said he had to go on account of a friend who had been taker very ill and was n stranger here Squeers let him off with a warning ami inside of three days he begged for n hour pass and queers wouldnt give it He went without it by George It was just about the time the Prime family arrived looking up the boy they heard was in your regiment This time there was big trouble The patrol sent for him went directly to the bong dugs of hihick friend and thrrr they found him and he laid out two of our but met for forcing n way Into thr room They told me your carriage nearly ran over him the day of the re view Then came that dam fool charge about his luring mixed up in this rob berg Then his escape train under Wily Grays nose by Gage and thntjj the last of him Canker sent a party in to look him up at the usual place and both birds had flown both by Gawge The sick man was well enough to br driven off in a carriage and theres nothing further to tellasyct I wlfh I had known about him earli er before the Primes came said Arm Strong thoughtfully knocking the ashes oft his cigar Of course you dl vine my theory That Morton Is the missing son and heir Of course Now that Ive seen Miss Prime the family resemblance II strong Hut if he wanted to soldier whats to prevent Those tents yawn dub are full of youngsters better edu cated than I am and Gordon arose tangling a long lean leg in the nearest camp stool which he promptly kicked through the doorway into the sailing fog outside It was barely 11 oclock but already the raw wet wind was drjpedlbhgedropetfromlhceloped rifles of the men marching sturdily In front drill- Yawndub comes the Prime carriage now by Gawge continued the adju tant as he limped to the entrance Ole man seems all broke up dont he Armstrong lend promptly risen and came striding to lily comrades side Naturally was answer He had loped much from this visit The boy was just under 21 when he enlist rd and as lain fathers consent was lacking a discharge could have been ordered It may have been fear of that that drove tie youngster off Where Is the carriage and your glasses continued the colonel looking abdul until he found a binocular Combo right down the rood hack of the officers tents llcckon Its another visit of condolence to Gray You know r shouldnt wonduh if this arrest of his didnt prove n blcstln In disguise for that lucky boy No reply coming to this observation Jordan glanced over Ids shoulder Armstrong was replacing the glasses galn the adjutant huartll- dJf was saying this arrest maybe iftcr all the biggest kind of blessing III disguise for that lucky Hilly Yes hJ Jove Theyre comlti to his tent hats u splendid girl ole man Miss Prime you mean calmly queried Armstrong striking match utter match in the effort to light a resh cigar lain face averted Miss Prime I dont mean answered Gordon glancing curiously at the senior officer Not but that shes a Most charming young lady nnd nil that he hurriedly Interpolated south ern chivalry asserting Itself Then with a twitch about the lip Uy the vny ole man those cigars light better rcm the other end Take n fresh one Armstrong quickly withdrew the ill used weed from between Ids strong white teeth gave it one glance and u tbss into the waste bisket No Ive smoked ciougli lint how can they see him How iljout that jfltrv over UW lciittl uh ItuM Chief made Ihcm take It oft directly he heard of It grluncd Got don Moses nut didnt blaspheme And the adjutnnt hirer his head hack and laughed joyous over the retrospect Yes there that curlyheaded tune of Ulllys at the tent door now Iteekon he was evpecth cm There they arc ole Prime too Dont be In a hurry colonel They had known each other years these two and it hUll been Am strong and Gordon when they addressed each other or ole mOil avian Gordon lapsed Into the semlaffrctloi ate To the adjutants southern sens of military propriety ole man was still possible Armstrong would bt a soldierly solecism I am to see the general before noon said Armstrong gravely anti Iti time I started If you should hear of your runaway let me know It yo shouldnt keep our views to yoursell Theres no use In rousing false lopes With that Armstrong turned up th collar of lib overcoat and lunged ollt Into the mist- Gonlou watched him an he strod away the orderly following at the con rentlonal distance The shortest wa to general headquarters was up tht row Of company officers tents in fror of the still incarcerated Hilly till longest was round back of time mes tent and kitchen Armstrong tool the latter That escape of prisoners was still the talk of camp Men had come by hat taboos to see the tunnel observlnj which Canker promptly ordered It closed up Opinion was universal lint Canker should have released the officer and men he hall placed under arrest at once but he didnt In hula Imttlei wrath he hung on to them until thl brigade commander took a hand mud or tiered It Canker grumblingly obeyei K far as the sergeant anti sentries wen concerned but entered stout protest all to Gray ttlll hold lint officer as hull knowledge of the scheme and alillni anti abcttng can prove that he telephoned for that carriage he said At least theres nothing to warranl the posting of that sentry at lr1rn11 tent Col Canker said the brigadier with tome asperity Order him off once Thats nil for today sir and the man with the starred shoulder lucid over him with the silver leaves The latter could only obeyant ob jurgate Hut Cankers knuckles came In for an other rasping within the hour Tin brigadier being done with Ida the di vision com mo iidvrs compliments cami over per orderly and would the colonel please step to the generals tent Canker was fnmlng to get to town Hi was possessed with Insane desire to follow up that hoarding House clew He believed the landlady could be bill lied Into telling where her boarder nai taken and what manner of mnn or woman he was Hut down he hall go three blocks of lamp to where tin tents of division headquarters were pitched and there sat the veteran com mander suave and placid as ever Ah colonel touching that matte of the robbery of your commissary Morris Suspicion points very strongly to your Serge 1olcy Do you think il wise to have no sentry over him Why general snit In known that lI1anJlarllln faci1 got him ordered to duty here and the colonel bristled Well pardon me colonel but you lieanl the evidence against him hilt night or at least heard of it Dont you consider that conclusive Canker cleared hula throat anti con sldered as suggested I heard the allegation sir buthe made so clear an explanation to me nl least and betides generala bright Idea occurring to him you know that is commissary sergeant he Is not tinder my command Tut tut colonel nine Iwuaewnljoln- klynirtdnmlpledlour sentries guard it Copt Hanfprd the Commissary says he called on you last night to notify you that he had placed the sergeant under rrrest huh ondI- relJ the case MI grave that he askrd that a sentry be placed over him and It wasnt done I dislike very much to Inflict such In dignity on deserving soldiers general paid Canker stumbling into a refl1Iadl rap Until their guilt Is established hey are Innocent under the law Apparently you applyn different tile In cannot officers calmly rrs ond cd the general vide Mr Gray No fur her WOrdIlIlTlnrIlillr Oblige nrby luring that sentry posted at once lood morning sir Hut to Cankers dismay the officer of the guard made prompt report The entry was sent but the sergeants tent van empty The colonels ptt hind flown meant morerouhleforhecoloncl Meantime Stanley Armstrong hud tied him to Gen Drnytons headquar ers The office tents were well filled vllh clerks orderlies sides and other fficers who Had come in on buriincss hnt the meeting was by appointment real after brief delay thn tamp con nnnder excused himrclf to those pares eut and ushered Armstrong into his iwn private tent the scene of the mer ry festivities the evening of Mrs Gar Etons unexpected ni rival There the cneral turned quickly on bin visitors ltli time lowtoned question Well what have you found Knoiigh to give me strong reason for believing that Morton so euhied Is sung Prime and that your nephew is vith him sir The old soldiers sad eyes lighted with udden hope Yet as he passed his hand icnrlly over his forehead the look If- tlllllht and uncertainly slowly returned It accounts for the letters reaching it lucre he salt butIve know thai boy from babyhood Armstrong Ind n more Intense nature I hare never heard of What he starts In to do li will carry cut if it kills him An raton looked drearily about the tent 5 tlugli IG ftarcli of soffiMblPjf hr dldnttqultrknow what Then he KI tied back Iowly Into his favorite till clvttlr Do sit down Armstrong I want to speak with you a moment Yet it was the colonel who was the firs to break the silence May I ask if you have bad time U look at any of the letters sir Do I look ns though I lead time h do anything said the cadet droppli his hands and upllftlnga lined and lung gard fnec yet so refined Anjthlnj hunt work work morn twos and rigid rhe mnm of detail one huts to meet hen Is something appalling It weighs 01 me like a nightmare Armstrong No was worn out the night after tin package reached me When next J sought It the letters were gone plow long was that general Again the weary hands with theli long tnpering lingers came up to old soldiers brow He pondered n mo ment It must have been the next afternoon I think hut I cant be sure And your lied left thlm1 In the inside pocket of that old overcoat of minI hanging there on the rent tent pole was Ihfranswer nil the gen ernl turned half round In Ids chair and glanced wistfullyself reproachftdly thither Armstrong arose anti going to tin back of the tent mnde close examlnn tlon The canvas home of the duel was what U known as the hospital tent but instead of bring pitched with the ordinary ridge pole nnd upright a sub stantial wooden frame and floor hat first been built and over this the stout canvas was stretched stanch and taut as till head of a drum It was all intact nod sound Whoever filched that packet mndp way with It through tin front nnd that as Armstrong nil knew was kept tightly laced ns a rule from the time the general left It in the morning until his return It was nevci unlaced except In his pretence or bj his order Then the deft hands of the orderlies on duty would do the trick it n twinkling Knowing all this flu colonel queried further You went In town as I remember late that evening nnd called on tin Primes and other people nt the Palace think I saw you la the supper room There wns much merriment at your table Irs Garrison seemed to be the life of the patty Now you Taft your overcoat with the boy at the cloak stand No Armstrong thats the odd part of IL only tuned the cape bat even Ing The coat was hanging at Its usual place when I returned late with mats of new orders nn l papers Nol no lint here I taunt Jet hock to tin office and who I wished you to see was that poor boys letter What can you hope with a nature like that to deal with To Be Continued KILLED HIS MAN lint lest HP Ilelrented a ray ns PniilMe Then Pnllrd Pits flee rlnutr unit fired A story I read the other day said A O Hcpwortb of Atlanta strongly reminds me of one that I heard of n Mobile lawyer This lawyer who was lame and hall something of a reputa Ion ns n fighter was atone time at torney In n suit that caused much ill feeling Ho won the suit for his client and the loser sowed vengeance It pursuance of that same in the lan guagc of Truthful Jatrici he one dal went into the lawyers office and sub jectrd Linn to a tirade of abuse that would hate caused n salt water rnp to die from pure envy such was his talent In vituperation The lawyer answered him nothing to the sue prise of two or three tileD who were present hut getting out of hits chair began to bobbin backward Hit enemy thinking he was retreating followed him upilth more abuse and threaten Ing gesture The tlemcn I cull on you to witness that on account of this wall I have retreated nn far an possible till general law ol homicide drew a derringer and shot Ida opponent At the trial he teas OP quitted Ids wilncstes being the tarn present nt the time of the killing whc testified to time lawyer having retreated ns far as lxassibleN Y Tribune This tutu Wn n elite A Scotch gentleman owns a ties parrot who picks up many of the re marks it hence and at tines retails them at most opportune moments A fatorltc exclamation of the Scotchman when ht wife complains of any HUN ailment let Great Scott whats wrong with ye lust lately he sat strum mlng on the piano with one finger Dna endeavoring to sing the air of a new song belonging to Ids wife Having lit tie or no ear for music the effect was decidedly inharmonious On his per fornmnro coming to an end the parrot who had evidently listened in disapproving silence ejaculated Great Scott whats wrong wld yeLond- on Answers Thr Iolnl of View Magnificence may signify outs thing to one person and quite uoothet thing to another person It Is related that a gentleman went to a dentist anti nuked him to take a look at hit eeth The dentist did so and seemed lull of admiration What do you think of them asked the patient Magnificent magnificent was aU the dentist could say Then you dont find anything to do to themTo to them Why there lire four to be pulled six to be filled and three to be crowned Youths Companion othlnr New nigg Thats a funny idea the ladle bate of wearing their watches In their gloves bJIas That I Tired Feeling Just ns surely indicates that the Mood Is lucking In vitality and the clcmonU nf health as ilocs the most olatlimlo humor that the vital fluid In full of ImpurltleK lloudn Saran pnrllla cures that tired feeling by en riching anal sitalid rug the hlolJllicreating n pood appetite amid In vlgorntlnif Tery organ of thi ho- tlyHoods Sarsaparilla I hail limit tired reeling all the time Wa II tired In the morning when I rote M I Will when I went to licit I took four bottles of llouds tiara parilla and it made me feel like new man I eould work lord and not feel tirrd itrommenil Ilmda to all who nerd a Kod medicine A P CIIAUTKltCinlon lows Hoods Snrsnparllla isssld tiyalldruf Isis let Uootli and only Howl WAITED FOR ONE CENT Emborraiinirnl of an AlitenlMInded Iaretmier at a 1lnclyMne- Cent Mure I never felt so cheap in all my life said Short relates the Ilttiburgh ueas u I did one day in I department stare i bought a book for VI cents while nat w itinj for it a young woman whme fined opinion 1 rtNini came and we began to The book was wrapped up and banded me ty the trill at the counter stud after a short Mtiilc young woman asked ire you waiting fur your clings replied that wai lint in fast liailn t been thinklnlf of II xanlyd to tAlk to her end made that III exrute for InrAllnthe WWI delay when it had out of my mind the girl at the hawk counter stepped up and md our eliange sir sad site hlldA bright new tent In her open hand so that the other Rill saw I felt a chill at once and jut because it ap peared to the young uouwn llul hued been waiting all that time for a cent gal reputation fur ctoielittnlneii that ii still sticking to nie Till IIUIMMITH HOUTB UrrAI Train Srrsire The IlurlinglonNortliern IVifie Kf from M Latta Ike ntorninr from Kanws Uit in the afternoon fur 11111hlnlllonand IortUml Oregunia Ura tle short line and timrMtir so tli- elIIr loithned- 7o Iuget Sonnd in hnuri leans Kansas City 77 hours from SI Lone after Aral 2Uli l1aa u the elimii In the ilevelon eiit of the Ixmitiant Ilirrhaie Coaches Chair Cars seats free Standard and Tourist Weeper and l imn Can Tiii u the main traveled taste fivm the Southwell to the umber L ehrska Colorado Ksprne niftrin4 orado Utah PaciQc ait lie nigM to Denver Pleaic write for printed sad tlluilralcil matter U W WAKKIRV General Iaiienger Agent iiovnn KMIOTT General Manager St lui Mo- Wrnnar lniirr lnn nem I tight HI iie unmig to think you cite fur me he No you are MlCleveUnd Plain Dealer Gained 45 Pounds IDEARMRSePINKHAM i was very thin and my friends thought I was In consumption II Had continual hoad mchoSf baokacho andfall Innof uterus f andmy oyoa wore affected IIEvery ono noticed how poorly looked and I was advised to take Lydia E Plnhhams Vegetable Compound I One bottlo rollovod eightbottleswoman havo gained In weight from 95 pounds to 140 everyone asks what makes mo so stout MRS A TOLLE 1Q46 HI ton St Phlladeltftla Pa flltyhousdfrom grateful women e Save Lab elsand write olrlrfroe HIRES DROPSYalu5Dllitandurpoet HIM urea tlU u nt 1f IrMi4 KtiBhOcvN1Y91hfl HNM V H fj I LIKE THE REST OFUS1 Before Marring ETfrylhlnij IiSvrtri mail Lureljr Aflrr We Get DofTB- Jo Knrlli Aaa George dearhe said a night or two the IIll sewrdiog toritdo you think II puible that our love and 4 our injrrird lift tan Income the common place coldly iiuclnil love and life of the married pfoiif IIC see around tut Oh George my lirait would break if thought padonatclly too for that Our love it not ol the ordinary kind darling and our lint Will not lie to Ah no my angel that can never he And the othtr dt ahe said I aay George how wotiM like pork for dinner with apple mute You would All right fudiolthottleliter it and uihd that you dont keep din urr waiting And lie with a fallingvonof the rlion- of tn year ago Allright and I with youd sew a button on the back part of ino e itriiitd ttouuri of mine unit Hi mi hunging over a chair In our room Dont lute pork aa dry ai hit time and you watch the luihya cold That walriine of the eye look like malts to me There tnybus Good byl TilE POETS GRIEVANCE tits Line Wrrr lUlly Trmtrtl by the rioter and lie XVnt Jaially- IndlKtinnl The editor wit titling in liit office one da when a torn whose lirow was clothed with thlrbeumbrella on the floor and sat down tivt WeeklyAre rdilor he asked Yea writingOfHead dial then he said thrusting it tlie editor an envelope with an inscription on it ItThitSoli re Iset Well it looks like tinnrriNor nf IIjlrunnrrto see you about that poem of mine you printed tlie other Jay on the Surcease ol l4ITOV Dont rrmrmWril Of miirse you tlont because It went into of5mllThe rdilor lied RlaatrdIof the llritisli to the degeneracy of he aria torney The life of don not produce vigor Indigestible miiiien tale constant none tram and lark of ex tIt upset the stomach and weaktn both physical and mental vitality The Mood that Iivhllhters tuntie the Wood and strrngthrna the indilluliondi Mnrh I Ike Demosthenes Woman he said rrally ought to be a fetter orator than man Why so the asked- htrau e lie re died to a cerlan ex tent at least the follow the method of that famed lemo lhene In what n ayt she inruircdstill busy with the finishing louehet of her toilet You rememlier he answered that De hen used to tiler talking with hit mtmh full of pebble She hastily pint out of her mouth and informed hint that he was a mean old thing anyirajr Chicago 1ott lions This We over One Hundred Dollar Reward for any fIr of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Haifa Catarrh Cure J Cheney 4 Co Prop Toledo We the undersigned have known P JCheney for the tail 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transac tions fmannally able to carry out any ihligaliona made Neat k Truax Whoietale Druggists To ledo Ualding Kinntn t Marvin Wholtuli Uniriiitt Toledo 0 lure la tan internally acting directly upon the blood and tnuroitt surfaces of the tyttcrn Irice i5 er hot tie Sold by all Druggists TcttfrnonWi free Hall Family fills are the bttt The Proper Response youDaughterme Hut havent I told you you must Varn io tar XoV That what I didsay He asked me if mrlbiladclphla Ask Your Healer for Allens Fool Bue A lnshnkointo I allOt II It rests tho fcrt CunCnnlAlIulllouAliwoIlIDtia Hot Iallouv Aching HwrallnK feet and In prowlnjr ootKaO makes vow nr tight shoes rnll r Hold by all tlrttinrlMt aml hooMorr iiSV Hamplo mallei KKKIi Address Alien H Olmstcd Roy N Y If you want to be content and proiperom tell ire in summer coal in winter teed in ring and loaf in the fall Atclumn u Ttse 1l1pu of Carter Ink gyr We tans make any tidier ink than we do we dont know Lotto We can make poorer ink but we wont Cailera Ink it Now that Ilelle hat secured her divorce I she h ha1py Nn he isnt She it married Philadelphia North American Tn Cure n 1nlil one Dnr Tale I axalivo Ilromo Ouliilnn Tablets All druggists refund mono tilt failstociirc 23c Some people have filth in odd numbers and the It number one Chicago Daily Newt sets1iioa Cure it the beat medicine we ever ed for nil affectiont p the throat and lungi anO Endle Aanburen Ind Feb 10 1000 It lint fair to measure other people in rour half bushel but you probably it Atchison Globe Each package of PUTNAMS FAPBLRM DIES more than any other dye ti and colors them better tow by all druggists Dont hang on to the men who are above ou then you wont get droppedCbicago- 1ernocral melialashoneyIiLea Drops one t the allr a msn has more idtals than ideai Chicago Daily News Do not fall 16 relit tlie advertisement ol Teethina in this paper wlqOne irey to obaln credit ii by lot tttt Uli itkGUt tl Ito ord h GEN ROBERTS MOVED The War Office Receives A Dispatch From Him Dated Brandfort Ill liner llnrr llmvllr Knrtlflril the rnrlnc the IlrHUli In Front nf Klmidiliiiiiitr Th nrllUh lirlllnar the London Mny 5Tlie Will olllce linN iHitiiril the following fruits Iortl Hob crtH ilnlcd Ilrftiulfort Friday Mny The mounted infantry Imve gone on to HIP Yet rivrr The rest of Hut force will tniirch there toniorroui The mll vny hits been repaired to llrnnilfnrt Hunter reports very nnllnfnflory ntxvn tlmt the inNKHKp of the Vnnl linn been earned nt Wlniliiorloii with out nlI1I lOll From thin dUpatch It seen that the mounted Infantry with Lord Hot erts ninoiiK which ore the Canadian have picketed thrjr horses on the south hunk of Ihe Yet river 18 miles north of Hnindfort The head of Lord Itoliertu columns IIIIK HIIIH nd vancnl 31 mllr from Karee Siding In two dayf or VI toilet north of Hloetn fonteln Lord Roberts la In llrand furl Little power wnn Bpent The Brit- Ish work was hurl iimrchitip tint liners retiring out of the reach of the ItrltlMi shells The eorrenpondentii supplement Lord Hoherln plain Male ments with n few ItllllN lets llnlton with the fit nionnted hit fantry brigade drew near llrandfort he MIW n khnklelnd body of troop abend of him He wan nurprlned hut thoiiRlit they intiNt he llrlllih Soon however they ojiened fire upon the UrltiMi who replied heavily They were the hAtnrrlenn lirlgade from Ixireiuo Manpien nnd It In reported that the Irish lost severely The hoer flog wan flying on llrand fort an the Ilrltiidi entered the town Severn ItrllUh wonndnl were found In the hospital The hoer poxtmaMcr Rove up the keys or the pulilic build bogs to Copt floss Lord Kitchener arrived at Ilrnnd fort at noon bud Lord Hoberln at diiiV Ira Freneha cavalry In sweeping the country northward The expecta tints la that the Infantry iJuiurr will U tuft luued toward Kroonnlnd lust no prlnoners were takeiii mil nit boughs no hunt pursuit wan nt templed the news greatly cheers London Never heletm It IIIIH not herb merited with the sense rapture tint attended the thrust huceexrex of Lord ISoberlK Gen HunterV croMilnjf the fast At Wliidoorton bring the relief of Mafe king lij miles Iwyond almoBt within n ralenlnlde Interval It now re unled as lope MiKslbte that Mafe king nosy le uneeored before the an nlverwiry of the qiieenV birthday WeHner In to be iilTnonfd with it strong tntff from Urn Clierinktdea dlvlhlon euuntills lid Ill hy Lord Castle town lnilvumltli May fThl Itoent have uhlfled their RIIIIM on the range of hills facing the ItrltUh In front of KlaniUlnnRtc and have postedn LOUR Tom on n hill In Ihe direction of Wen seUtiek London May SNrws of thoc eiipnllon nf Hrnndfnrt wfM Issued hy the war oftlce nt 10 nmock Friday morning ronflnnlnff n dUpnleh jire floimly sent out It Is generally cost xldered Ills most Important uI eatlon received from the front since the capture of len Cronje anil the relief of Udysmlth The fact that till position RVCH the key to one of the main roads lending to the Drak rusher passes which possibly may be the means of cooperation with Grit huller later on provides an ad vance hose of supplies rte nnd nt the same lime curves the hoers now Noiithensl of llloemfonteln In obviously the reason for the import puce attached byall bunds to the Inv telligence Appealed for Irnleelliin Atlanta On Mny 3 Mayor Will Inms of AndenJonvllle tia the little town which piilned worldwide noto tidy during the civil war nn the locu tints of the great military prison lens appealed to tiov Cnndler for protec lion ngntnnt Ihe lawless iivtM usually foiuinllted liy the Negroes who visit the AnderMMivllle federal cemetery on Decoration day The mayor reorients that n company of militia hInl on Mny 30 Decoration ellI In order that riot may lie 1cIrllh111I11I1 n Htop put to the usual IOSH of lire rinftne Wlpeil Int Salt Francisco May 311hen till last Btrniurr left Honolulu on April 27 the board of health had decided thirst if no further outbreak of plague occurred In Honolulu before April 30 nil funrnntlne would be raised on the morning of that date It had been 13 days tilnce the last ease or rather sluice the death of the last ease Thin routine of lifting the quarantine will be simple It will be merely with ilrnwal of restrictions to shipping and travel Voted fur Good Road Lnportc Ind May 3 The voters of Michigan Sprluglfelo iid Cool Spring townships this co my hove ap proved the project to expend 70000 In the building of grovel roads and tint const met Ion of the stew roadways rtlll lie begun nt once II lt Gold Miiiunrnt New York slay IJhe steamer llretagic bulling for France on rhturiddywrlll curry i 100000 gold by the atloiml City hunk there la tulk of 2500100 more Vclug liilpiet1 THE SUNDAY SCHOOL Lfiioa In the inlerrmllonnt Srrlra for Slur m moo Jennt nl the PhiirUcei lions Prepared by lt C Lnlnaton TUB LESSON TEXT Luke 7MM 14 And one of the 1hnrliees desired Him that He would eat with him And fie went Into the 1hnrltees house and eat down to meat fl And behold a woman In the city which was a sinner when she knew that Jesus sat at moat In the Pharisees house brought an nlnbniter box of ointment And stood at lilt feet behind Him weeping and begun to wash Ills feet with teats and did wipe them with the hairs of her head and kissed Hli feet and an notated them with the ointment 19 Now when the Pharisee which had bidden Him aaw It he spake within him aclf saying This Man If He were a prophet would have known who and what manner of woman this Is that toucheth Him for she la a sinner 40 And Jesus answering raid unlo him Simon I have somewhat to say unto thee And he salth Master say on There was a certain creditor which had two deMon the one owed IV pence and the other ro 42 And when they had nothing to pay he frankly forgave them both Tell me therefore which of them will love him most 43 Blmon answered and said I suppose that he to whom he forgave most And lie said unto him Thou host rightly judged And If turned to the woman and said unto Almost Beest thou this woman I entered Into thine house thou gayest me no water for my feet but she hath washed my feet with tears and wiped them with the hairs of her head- Thou gayest me no kiss but this womaa since the time I came In hath not ceased to kiss my feet 48 My head with oil thou didst not an point but this woman hath annotnted my feet with ointment et Wherefore I say unto thee Her sins which are many are forgiven for she loved much but to whom little Is forgiv en the same loveth little 45 And He said unto her Thy sins are forgiven 47 And they that tat at meat with Him began to aay within them lvea Who Is this that forglvtth alns also 60 And He said to the woman Thy faith hath saved thee go la peace OOLDKN TEXTThy faith hath saved theeLnke 750 Jesus nt Pharisees Ifouselt was against the phariieea that Jcmis hurled Ills bitterest denunciations Asa class they stood for strict and punc tilious observance of the Mosalu law Hut this observance hail become largely outward and formal Christ called them hypocrites Hut the love of the Matter was for tho whole world just in He found It nod however bitter Ills public denunciations scented He was always kindly and courteous In bear Ing We have no reason to believe the phhrise of the lesson other thou one of that type often denounced by Jesus Ills attitude toward the worn an with the alabaster box of ointment shows that hit religion hind but little affected his heart and lire It was with this kind of a man that Jesus went to dinner Surely lie is no rev specter of permits Woman with Box of Ointment The name of this woman Inot given but we have in tine text enough to tell ut contlderablr concerning her char acter What the pharisfe sold with in himself shows us that she was outwardly bad nn outcast and disrepu table sinner Hut evidently the pharlsec did not tee the woman what Jesus saw The picture of this sinful woman attracted to Jesus and weeping ns ahe breaks on Hit feet a box of precious ointment indicates n soft spot In her heart and something within her to which the tllvlne could appeal 1arable of the Debtors Jesus tier celredwhat was going on In the mind of the pharisee So lie spoke the par able of thus debtors One of the debtor owed just ten tines the amount which the other owed That the one to whom most was forgiven should love most is p rhaps the general rule There are exceptions Ingratitude Is n burning sin and It so happens souse tunes that one to whom little If forgiven should love more than the one to whom much more hints bees for given Hut the general rule Is probably otherwise Application of Parable However all this may be the application of this pnrnble is clear nnd pointed The phnrlsee may have been as great n sinner as the woman Outward and seeming righteousness avails a stints or woman little Slit Is slit and poison In small does will eventually kill as well as one greater dose The punch see was n sinner ns well ns the wom an The degree of slnfulness Is of III tie consequence The point Is thnt the innrlsce did not view the matter In this light The woman he knew was u great sinner and he could not himself but admit thnt he was gravely nt fault when Jesus pointed out his iltftcourtcousne and lack of respect In falling to give his guest n frlcndlj kiss nod to provide water for that guests dusty feet The woman knew thnt she hail touch be forgiven and In the faith that the Master would forgive nil her sin she loved Him notch The pharisee In hU self rlghteousnestt thought he had little to bo forgiven consequently he could not be forgiven nnd hula love WIII correspondingly KinnK In connection with the parable it In Interesting to note howe ei i oboe test or la k of respect for another re rents the barrenness ofucues char asterthe Trmiltln troubled under whirls we struggle ore oftentimes wily n rcllnlng prec rtes through which we nre made more nluable to odRev Dr Lnndnim Chrlstllke Character The lllble exhorts us to that patient coni nil IIrl In welldoing t lint Is netdi ary to the building of Chrlstllke chil- IleterHev John H Shannon Prnrllcnl ChrUtlun Itellnlon Practical Christian religion means pity to the roar sympathy for the ufferer It henna n splendid Phftan 1 Qpjtrlter pr 4rliuop nnDAN GROSVENOR SAYS Pernna is an Eicellont Spring Catarrh Remedy I am as Wellas Ever Hon Din A flroavenor of the Famous ulyuditorfor Ohio Family from Washington C says AHowm Io mxfnatm mygrmlHud to you for the bonttlt dId from ono bottle of Perun Ono wornk hmm bfoufM wondrful chmngmn mnd I am now mm wall mm aver Bamldam being onoofIho vary spring tonics Him an oxfullont omtmffh fontody Vofy roomooifulljff Dan A Orlienor IixportExpositionwas romillctrl run down froltl and responsibility naturally tonncclcn with the exploitation of a Internal Uooal 1t pliyticun rectum mended an extended life teemed almost a burden I began taking and with the use of the liflh bottle I found myself in a normal condition I have aince enjoyed the beet of health Almost everybody needs a tonic in the spring Something to brace the nerves in the brain and cleanse the blood That lrMlIIA kill lids h beyond1 Kvcryone who has Iriel 41 had the Mine a Mr D W Tim berlakc of Lynchburg Vs who in a recent letter made use of following word I always take a dote of alter business hours as it is a great thing for the nerve There it no letter spring tonic and have used about all or For a free look on Summer Catarrh address The Ieruna Medic ne Co Colum but Ohio W L DOUGLAS 3 dlc 350 SHOES MADE Worth4to6compared Mad n rrI by ore t I Jl S J000000 Mearcrt f t ThfOfntilne hne W K Itf DoujUi rums itwl prior stamped an bottom laketluhtliiutc claimed ai rood Your dater boUt II kttrhomnot wt pill ayemkind or rSTbo and width plain nr can toe loatheiI ntlm L Brockton 11mI II Capt Cromwell Landlord of the Broadway Hotel Cincinnati 0 wrote NOT 17 18- 33Palmers Lotion has cured tni of TETTER of thirty years standing Lotion Soap Prevents and assists in curing all such afflictions At Druggists only llutitpeit the Srhool Sit liar A vliltor at a Columbia IIJrclloollhe otlitr day naked one of 101ltl dm nurnion What is the axu of SfangfrolllIupnYucould von hang bonnet on it rrFir Indeed And what kinl of a bums trAh imaginary bonne sir Tae viiitor asked 09 more guMliona Chi til Cnroj Kit MAHUET ItHPUnT Cincinnati May 4 CATTLK Common F4 00 110 Select butchers 5 00 if 5 10 CALVKS Kxtrnx 77r i 8 00 HiS Soloct packers 5 S5 ill ft 30 Mixed pnvkcrs 5 10 i1 20 SIlI Iiithuohee 133 i11 LAMHS Kxlru C 30 jl 9 00 QfIOWlmJCOILNo 2 mixed f 43 OATS No S nixed 2- 0ItYliNo a i 01 HAY Choice timothy iil 3i MESS IOIJK ili S3 LAItl 6 S3 liriTKltCh dairy 15 ri 14 Choice crcanierv QfiO- AIIESlh to fancytr 50 lOTImsIII hrl 1 33 if 1 30 TOMACCO Xiw 10 ill 73 Old 03 iil7 73 CHICAGO FLOUR Win patent 3 3 70 WIIKAT No 2 red 70 jr 70i i1 Huring GUiI 6- 3ClltSo2 it39isOATS NO a 2I tit a IJ- ItYIoJ ai Gpry PORK Mess 11 00 i la 10 LAIM Slcani 0 73 a 0 SM- NUW YOItlC TLOlli Win patent 3 C3 i1J S3 WIIKAT No a red SUit COUN No a mixed i 43y OATS No a mixed i18UYI tit 61x TOIMC MCH 12 73 ifl1 23 LAUD Strum 7 33 HAfTLMOR- KlLOlH Win patent 3 03 s 3 85 1I1YIXfl a red UOVK i5lj Southern 07 ill 72 CORN No a noised 4JasC itaOATS No a mixed 27j 5 2SJ4 CATTLi Flrist jtinl 4 73 Qf 3 10 HOUS Western 00 0 10 INUIANAlOLIS- WHKAT XO s red 71 TORN No a mixed if 30i OATS No 3 IOtil51ILLE lithxeelrt 20 FLOUR Win patent n3 C 4 3- 0NlllilTNo 3 red 7i 73 CORN Mixed n43aHATS Mixed c 27 IiLMUJStCiIlU ircfCostsOrillliunliltCJ MOFFETT M D ST LOUIS MO LL kWi r ESTER4Fa- ctory Loaded Shotgun Shells U LEADER loaded with Smokeless powder and U NEW RIVAL II loaded with Black powder Superior to all other brands for i UNtfbRMITY RELIABILITY AND a lStRONCi SHOOTING QUALITIES t Sfiells are for sale by all dealers Insist upon having Themten you buy and you will get the best ah SO Good Hes familiar it We mean your railroad agent here he knows Ask him the best route to Omaha Ogden Salt Lake Butte Helena San Francisco Spokane Portland Seattle Take trains which will reach St Louis in the evening Leave 730 p m Wabash Cannon BallOmaha 755 next morn ingtwentyfive minutes all you have to wait when the Overland Limited leaves for the West You cant get to Omaha much before noon anyother way this route is ten hours Louis to San Francisco Agent knows these facts heres what hell answer Wabash to Omaha and Union Pacific and thats all you need remember A loldrrlmplecomplrltell nit about it soma thing worth knowing It you want to reach any western city you can hire full specific Information about your best train and connection railroad and sleeping car fatesrelc and the rate will lie tight AddreHCSCRANBOu1FaMVind Ticket ActUStLoa la rUCan urseltEri Iin the Ladies Lounging Room ride all day in this car 25 c IFrfrw IrRnUTLATUSTINn Is the original and only durable wall coating entirely different from all kill Bomlncs Heady for use In white or fourteen tints by adding cold water ADIRS naturally prefer ALA HA8TINB for celt Inge because It Is pure clean dura le Put up In dry pow dered form In flve packages with full directions LL Vslsomns are cheap tmpornry preparations from whit chalks clay etc and stuck on walls with de cnylni animal glue AliABAS TINE Is not a kaltomlne- EVAHB of the dealer who usa he can cell you the same thine Ia AUXBASTINB or Just as good Ire trylugND IN OFFERING something he has bought cheap and tries to tell on INKS de mands ho may not realize the dsmnso you will suffer by n kaltomlna on your walls EN8IBLK dealers Tlll not buy a lawsuit Dealers risk one by selling and consumers by using Infringement Alabastlna Co own rIght to make wall coating to mix with cold water HE INTERIOR WALLS of every church and school should be coated only with pure dur obi AIABA8TINK It sate tons usehealthy foruthisework- 1IUYINOf ALAllAflTIXE should avoid get tlnT cheap knlsomlnes under illRercnt names Insist on having our a In packages nd properly labeled JIBANCFJ of wall raner Is ob- vIated by AUAUASTINE It can be used on plnttcred wells wood cellncs can ibr vat A child on It don not rub or scale off T BUSHED Jn favor Shun all Imitations Ask paint dealer or dru for card WrVte us fur Intereattns book free TUASTl CO are Ad Rarlfle Mien Use ccrtain Gprn curet Pr1ceI5Ct Its with In going to Texas via Memphis and the Cotton Belt you can enjoy a good dinner in the Parlor Cafe Car at a reasonable price and withdraw to the Gentlemens Observation Smoking to smoke your cigar in an easy chair with surroundings as pleasant and comforts as great as in your home or your club Ladies will find their comlcrt provided for It will cost you only 50 cents extra ants for a half day iJOES beautiful customers hit Room CHICAGO TO OMAHA IDouble DailyService New tla Rock ford rlortipolio and Coun cil Illufls Iliiflrt libra smoking csre 1replo fern reclining chulr ainliiHrsiiH ftnlllo the umlf rslcucd iorft cops if pictures and Notes CnRouto tIIu ins new line as seen from Ih car Tickets 01i nf I C It ltd tauIpmt A HiiAiC50NG V Fu 3 or Years an Independeocels UrnlllhulonrbomuI Buperlnlrndent of IramurMlon Driiartmect of Cdwhowillmatl IniclorOiUira you sthateiamobteaclcfra- ofcot F IKDIKY Suntoflnitnltratlonfnww a I CAVKX 1oddnaaeld Onw Ii Tu1101io ln lIan100Iii RKAHKUS OF THIS PAPER IIISIUINO TO FUV ANVTHJXG AIIVKUTISKIt IS ITS COLUMNS 1110IALL 8U1ISTITUTK3 Olt IMITATIONS nndndROOFor inaualdRnM111oieafotpluerSa t lefn Tae lt M1MIU f5 h hkt Il l act ht Tate olds nw metro 4t dnwlt ens t q v r ArHr w11- tlIIEN utitTINR TO AWVBRTIta9- plnue stutu lust you tuv lb AaYrUl Hf fit Ip Als slUSW I qI i 1 The Largest Stock The Lowest Prices Everybody knows the Place Bicknellr Corn Oats Hay Potatoes Farm and Garden Seeds- MCCORMICK Mowers Binders and Twine Plows Cultivators Harrows Rakes FRESH MEAL Wholesale and Retail See Us See Us See Us See Us Before You Buy BEREA KENTUCKY I like the term old maid writes Margaret E Sangster in the May Ladies Homo Journal A spinster means any unmarried woman a girl may len spinster An old maid is welljust that Sho may huvo her little ways and thankful she ray bo that no ono is priviligod to interfere with them If she keep house as many an old maid does in thesa days of independence it is very daintily done with an exquisite finish and neatness surpassed by none of her sistors Probably tho tidy has plenty peoplo to stay with hernieces to chaperon nephews to champion inva lidrelations to coddle alsortn of people to counsel and comfort In society she i simply invaluable As an unattached person who at an im mergeuey may bo called upon n the fatally by any ono in need brother or sister father or mother to tako tho helm she is simply worth her weight in gold lien s tho thrusts salt an old woman who was laborously spinning at u loom in her little cottage with a proper scorn that Jeems Barrio wrote so muekle about yo ken writes mary 13 Mullett of The Real Thrums of Barrio in tho May Ladies Homo Journal Tho thrums are the loose ends left after cutting the finished web out of the loom and the old woman looked at in with se cret scorn anti pity when we gave her sixpence for u handful of them They arj of no use whatever and wo were given to understand that it is a village grievance against Barrio that ho should have called it after some thing which is o nea manner o1 use to onybody Wo went about to nil these places and everywhere tho poo pie welcomed us and woudeied at us Their attitude toward Barrio is a queer mingling of respect and ro uentment with roar wonderment than either A few of tho people think that ho has ridiculed Kirrie muir But in ost of them agree that the books which hove won the hearts of thousands and have brought a for We will get you anything from Den nisons in the shortest possible time At the Printingoffice tune to their writer are havers nn nonsense as one man I talktclwith put it But Kirriemuir cant get over that Fortune It is spoken of within big eyes and the people look curi ously at the wee black moil who has made a fortune wi just writin havers an nonsense The Counties Estill County Locust Branch Mr and Mrs Isaac are rejoicing over tho arrival of a fine girl Mrs Lucy Rose was tho guest of Mrs Sinthia Bicknell Sunday Mrs Lillian Bicknell has just ro covered from a very severe spell of gripMrs Siuthia Bicknell hiss been very ill but is now sonic better Daniel Gentry is very poorly with gripJohn Bicknell is slowly recovering from an injury caused by a wagon Leo Settlers has bought a cow Gentry Lakes and Miss Etta Fowler wore married last Friday Martin Coil is fencing his whole farm this Spring Mrs Aunt Richardson and two daughters have brokec ti housekeeping and gone to live with her sonsinlaw Geo Wilson and Holy Wilt of Station Cutup Many a fair young child whoso pallor has puzzled the mother until she has suspected rightly her darling was troubled with worms has regain ed the rosy hue of health with a few doses of Whites Cream Vermifuge Price 25 eta S E Welch Jr Madison County Peytontown Rev Miller has been culled to the pastorship of tho Davistown church Garrardcounty Mrs Rhodos Denny of Kirksvillo was the guest of her daughter Mrs Charley Miller Sunday of last week Rev R IL Muiidy of Berca huh services here lust Saturday and Sun day with largo audiences J C nil filII III now of Berea was here week ago last Sunday terry Mnndy is down 011 Jolly Ridge house painting Geo llhiteJrof Berea is clerk lag in t Islorn of Mundy Rice dward Jenkins and Geo Jfille- lutyu just returned from Lynn where they have been on business for sever IIIIIYII Nothing has ever been produced to eualor compare with Tnblors Buckeye Pile Ointment as a curative tnd healing application for Piles Pismires blind and bleeding exter nal or internal and Itching anti Bleeding of the Rcchtum The relic- is immediate situ cure infallible Price Wet in bottle tubo 75 cts S E Wtlch Jr- Jackson County Green hull Mrs Flennell visted her sister Mrs Mudman Sunday Jamrs Peters and wife are all smiles over thin arrival ofII flue girl Circuit Court will begin at McKee next Monday Miss Belle Flanery visited her lire t her Willie Flattery Sunday night Mrs W T Eager of Beattyville has heel visting her sour PriceEnger of this place There is lots of sickness hero now but it is mostly Ltigrippe Mrs William Robertson died of consumption Sunday April 2iih There will be preaching at Rook Spring May 1Jth A large crowd is expected as it is communion meeting There was preaching at Hickory Flat last Sunday and quite a crowd was present Miss Matilda Minter of Travelers Rest wits the guest of your corespon dent Sat unlay night and Sunday Elias Flanery of Miiuldon hats gone to Frankfort as a witness in the Goebel killingISome our buys timid girls who been attending the London Il8voI are expected home in a few attend time cxnmination A row occurcd Sunday evening bet vice11 some Brandenburg boys nnd James Whicker which resulted in Whicker getting shot through thoI thigh and hit in the head twice with rocks but his wounds are not thought to be serious In constipation Hnrbine affords a natural healthful remedy acting promply A few small loses will us unity be found to so regulate tho exI cretory funtions that they are able to operate without any aid whatever Price HO cts S E Welch Jr Owsley County Oabbard A C Gnbbard of Booneville wits lucre last week looking after the interest of his farm Walter Reynolds visited friends and relatives here lust Saturday and SundayJohn Gilbert of South Forkwas here Saturday Miss Jennie Gahlmrd visited her sister Mattie Saturday and Sunday Miss Mattie Reynolds paid us a short visit last week There is a great deal of sickness in this neighborhood A J Barker is clerking in the store of Alfred Eversolo his brotherinlaw Dr Anderson hits been called several times to see J K Gabbard and family all being very low with an attack of la grippe Alfred Eversole a promising young merchant of row Creek returned homo Saturday from Louisville where ho hind been to purchase a new supply of goods rite forest fires aro almost master of tho woods now Some of tho boys of this place re port having caught some very fine fish last Saturday in the river Dr Anderson of Boonoville Misses Dora Moore Dehora Colo and Mari deth Gubbnrd of this placo wero tho guests of Miss Amanda and Edward Evorsolo last Saturday and Sunday- J B Lewis of Turkey Creok preached at the Eversole schoolhouse on Cow Creek Satmdny and Sunday Henderson Reynolds has moved from Jackson county back to his old place on Cow Creok Albrt Gabbard who is nursing P B Moore of South Boonovillo paid his home a visit last Saturday and Sunday week accompanied by little Shordain Scale They returned Mon day ISPECIAL DEPARTMENTS ITHE HOME Ktlltctl by MM KATK trnclirr Itrtat olivxe HcspniiNilililty Responsibility driven a iniiti to toil mid brings out his best gifts John son wrote his iiiunortal Riisselas to cofrfit Hunger and pain drove Lao to tho invention of his loom Left a widow with family to sup- Port in midlift Mrs Irollopo took to authorship ninth wrote a score o volumes The most piteous tragedy in En ColeridgeI1Voxlsworh reNnre ami Lamb him archangel slightly Tho generosity dIlIllUglCII Coleridge a homo without tho necessity of toil lint ease and lack of responsibility with opium wrecked him Hunger end want would have inutlo him more famous ninth enriched all English lit tlrnturllIego and slowly but surely turns feeblings into giants Kcouomy- Economy is not stinigness econo my is not ovum self dthinl j it is aim ply making the most of what you have When I was a girl an old lady in whose house I was visiting told me toI put aside a plain old broken ItnisH matchbox as she would send it to ho miiided could not resist nI meddling remonstrance W hat could you do with that in this leautiful house tot will give it to MIM Reilywho washed sho will think it pretty Now I would lure been too stingy to sHind man v in saying a Cuero tri ling oTlllwwui for another ItrlHlIII but I took tilt lesson to heart mid IIglOlIlIlIIilOmire VIHI tt give I1I0t giving unit of tints aria of civilization tIThings a Mother Should Nut Do Shu should not forgot that if situ treats her boy as it gentleman sits will do much towards iimking lute a lIthlIIlIlII ItlUgnoble mntIlIlKIcSitu shoed never so orIhnnl pressed for time that she cannot a listen to him If he lives to a tumult ho will too coon leave Iwrt SIll should nmke the most of while situ hue him SIll should outdoor CXI urcise or sport nudsite should not forgot to train him with projKr ro gard ixixiniil appearance She should never allow him to form such habits as coming to table in his shirt sleeves neglecting his nails or teeth or carryingsoil hallllklrohitCsI about Situ should nover nag him or forget that he is a oreatnro of reason not an animal that requires to lit driven Situ should not try to break her boys will but bo thankful that he isI manly enough to have a will of his own cad devote herself to training it to tho noblest UHlHIShe should not to a distaste for all timid is vulgar THE SCHOOL WelxKln ti ilny A it SturJIwritten In lira hlllI U rtt Utlte Dull It was almost ilusk as the new teacher gathers up her oks put oi her lint 1II1111locked the door of the Hchoolhouse As wo look we see a young girl of figureShe dark brown hair and her eyes are so full ofI expression that you sea rcelyyet tllll arts dark blunt She is not termfiuteroslingthatto againIt hot and dreary day tlwllillgIon it it MHiiiH to her the hardest week of her life This was Miss Julia llazletons first experience in teaching n coun try school Silo had taught three ngllilltIIOCllitJ have many of the hnrdsIniof 1111I average sition in our graded luhoi Is The school was in the well Kpulated village of Linwood The school house hud Ixen built only the year lieforo and had plcnts of good 111111III InHIlIttilllll hdItho nchool Site wiNhml herself buck again ill the detir old home in IINIi ratNprethertlxta giiHit lump iwe in her thrum fur she thought also of till IIIMr mother who hull died a year before sad even hen she went Ik1St littllli of IlIrfMliool home eouldnt Ito name again Her father wiis uiNS t 1111111I and tint thitw bruthera HIM ttiMvrsc mint to lIeMIcr mid nwit to ncliool and JuliH thtIIIIIIi l ing nblo to a latch iiiiiNt earn RlldlItto fur thedt ir ones hIIIlIlIt IH tirNi SIIU tlHMighl of nil this and more us Idle wHlkml from the school to the hoiiiu the lid worth where she iMwnlml This fniiiilj Itml iilwl in Liuwoml hut tltre ira They hind left tha city that iho r rliil lnn iiiight have more of the wlwilewHiM b I of tine country Mild yon go lo K Mhool lh Mildly POHsmtml of tlw fnther Mad tmxher a win William the oldII est nod two youtiK clnUlr n Humid an LimeyNhe tees pnpiU of ilifw Inns ttnaN Liter ihw vouuger WIM shy pretty shill w rich drkitlour a fine complexion MINI large MOO eyes wns away Mt col oge no MifS lUcleUm hud II tokl hff wondereil why the family M sot dOllllpuko bun Lucy bail iilkd to him our at table tumid receivnd Htern frown from her futhwr MIIM llazli ton notice i that thlIIoth WUIoCtOIl sad and thoughtful Mud shun had wond red if anything was I wrong Milt of course she CIIIn juestions Mrs l l1orh was not like tuna women of the vilhago She did not gossip nlwut other 1NNlIPINN alliiirn nor did hIIi CIlt this tutu This ins a relief to Mins llazleton for she disliked alMive anything else tho at mosphere of gossip i Several weeks later as Misty HNKO ton was going to her nxtu attar her days work wits over Lucy came run ning to her and said O Miss Julia mamma has got n letter from William and she wants to sew you if true will come mid hho is crying Missj Hazleton followed Lncv into sitting room where Mrs l worth sat the sola with a letter in hut hand and tears in her eyes intlniKMl next weak THE FARivi Ill g cov- A CliiM Iinyt lleivn tbiiego by mtttHKIJmin kut wr- tIttiylug tho Cow Upon deciding to buy mind keep n cow three timings Hhould always lo IhuIowner fetal timid without Ior these in tIright condition and the Keeping of the cow will unprofitable In buying a cow de signed for the production of milk or butter it is not necessary to Ibwla high priced thoroughbred withn pedigree extending buck three or four generations but it is essential to gilt a well breJ and well selected lOW Got a thoroughbred if you can reasonably if not get a high grade Kxamino the cows pedigree with reference to butter and milk pro duction of dams and thin nuts being sure you can believo all tho statements of the owner It is not advisable where olllJOIiU cow is kept to select a double puriose animal Duller and lx 4if produu tionis combined in souio animals to a fair degree but not to n profitable degree when till calf Is uhis1a5sIof ooclIllMirytain diNtinguishing ohnrneteriiitics and to IKI xucasNfulouu must take theM into Xtisiderntkn Seli ct an aninial whin e form is in shape ofu wedge whim viewed from either side or front She should have hair and soft skin mallow IIXMU and too thick with strung and active coiHititulion hilt with no IxMtfy1 HwtIlw gl low client a wellsprung long ItttMil rib and a large stomach See that the udder long oxtHitding high HIM fill in front and lH hind Tho iidder slMHild 1m ciNiciouM Illex and with n pliablb akin oovtmnl with Hue hair Till HlNt UlllVlMg TIlllB It in 114t to have a row CHTH in t II II Soplmnlmr is time tout iimath of the ywr for n haifer to drup her Qnt calf anti it Man excellent for anyname to calve The crew uintds tho most hoalthy mind iiiitririoiH imstiirego fuel after limn strain of calviug HIM while coming into full How Jilt when the tilling olf in milk oceiir the is taken to tho barn mind another fulling off nay be expect ml juttt alwut the time the mnturt of spring HOIIIOM in and by haying the cow to citlvo in the tall the milk low is held up in the Ixwt possible mnnnnr and the greatest amount of milk is obtnine when butter mind milk are high in prim Hy this method till cow will lot dry during midsummnr a timo when it s hardest to ItltlII cow so as login a good low of rich milk mina it is time most dillicult timo of year to handle butter mind milk mind onto can do without hotter in JIIIancl August than in Spring July is a good lime to dry alts a row Thus there ie a decided advantage in hat ing cows calve in hall OHillnunl tlxl wk xry rACROSS THE COLLEGE GREEN BEREA COLLEGE HAS 15 BUILDINGS ACIIANOKFOH FOUNOKll COLLEGEILYI- tIrlrYttBEREA Over 20 teachers 700 HtudmitH rum HO state Best Library In Kentucky No Saloons DEPARTMENTS For tlioNo NOT Niifllcloiitly advanced to got ntoncliorN ccrtlflcato yearnII t For those stitllclently advanced to pot a tcncliorN certlllfute yearsIVteachingVI for life For those more advanced VII College COUTHOH Classical Philosophical nnd Literary Adjunct I TheoryIXBorea places the best education in reach of all u moneymaking institution Ita instruction ia a free gift It aims to help those who value education ai iwp themselves tumid charges a small incidental fee to meet expenses of the school apart from instruction 1 ta must also pay for their board Exponsoe for term 12 weeks may ho brougtit within 21 about half of whiuu inuai he paid in advance Tho school is endorsed by Baptists Congregationalists Disciples Methodists Presbyterians and good people of all denominations For information or frlrndlq advice addrexs the Vice President GEO T FAIIICHILD IJn Dt Heron Madison Co Ky C