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SUBSCRIBE ties a Year Devoted to the Interests of the Home School and Farm 50 c a I a VOL I BEKEA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MAY 16 1900 NO THE CITIZEN rulillihed at the office o- lTIII2 OITIKI3X Huron Ky- Snttrtil nt IV Iottofflrt at Bfrnl v iu tttnn dUi faultmatter IDEAS Somo follow havent enough push to mutter a whottlbiirrow- Tho secret of HIICCOSS bnn abilit to mind OUOH own luuillon Tin butter to lit washed whito than bo whitotvanhod A dofoativo stomnch knap moro pooplo awako than a guilty coimcionci Its a good thing for a lot of poopl that thoy cant thoiUHolvos Olt others sou then Commencement Week Wednesday Mill 30 Momorir Dayiridayluuo Anniversary of Lit orary Societies Saturday Juno 2 Acadomy Exhi bition Sunday June I Baccalaurcat Sermon by IBv W II Iluniuni Auhorn N V Monday Juno I Addrons bofor Literary Sooiotio- sTuosdiy Juno fi Concort by Mim Nil Department Votlnosday Juno 6 Commence moot Daji Qraduating Exorcises lit 900 A M Commencement Addrcst 1K P M by Rev WAMACE XirrriNf D Uor Irovidenc Hhodo Ihlond Foreign News KinMiit hay soot lOOX ImshoN or corn to India Thu btilwnic plague is reported t ho declining in India Tho AsliautoW with fiO000 warriors ore trying to throw off tho British yokeBoth houses of the Swedish parlia niout have roto l large sums in noil UcfonoeTha subscription in England for tin famine nuffororN of India has nached C230IXYJ There in four of a tnlniatorial crisis iu Madrid over the agitation abou- taxation in Spain 0Thu correspondents in tho Trans vnnl believe that the war is about over as tho Boors scrim dUcouragM at tho recent English sueco sos National News The Soutnoru Indu trial Conveii lion oxjned at Chattanooga yesterday The is considerablo uxcitoment ill Cuba as election draws near and trouble is feared About a 000 visitors attended tlo Southern Baptist Convention at lint Springs Ark Sunday Populist in convontiou at Sioux Falls S D May 10 nominated Win J Bryan for the presidency Admiral nod Mrs Downy visited Andrew Jacksons old homo the Her milage near Nashville lust Friday Tho May Musio festival has been in progress at Louisville this week Tho leading singer Madame Sein brick started for Europe immediate ly after thu festival Turkey still Inlays paying tho in demnity demanded by thu Unite States The Turkish minister Washington says it will be paid hilt they want a lit tin limo Amorictiiis in the Philippines an expecting a general uprising of the Filipinos Senor IStioucamino how over a member of the Filipino cabinet says ho is going to try to bring about pOll 0 Over JJ0X men employed on tutu street cars in St Louis have beau out on a strike this week The earn that havo attempted to make thuir trips havo been prevented by mobs and Nome have been wrecked by means ol dynamite Kentucky News The republican state convention will meet at Louisville tomorrow- A fire at Grange City Fleming Co last Friday resulted in losses to too amount of 11000- Tho eleventh tin mud Kentucky ntato convention of Christian Endeavor taut nt Versailles May 11 to M Throo hundred visitors wero in ai dance THE CITIZEN YearI Locals and Personals I have two or throe fresh milchcowi for sale M K PASCO John Gay attended fiscal court in Richmond last week The C rhetorical class gar its exercises on the summit of Wes Pinnacle last Thursday Lewis L Davis of Elwood Indium is visiting his brother null other ro lativcs in our city Prof and Mrs M E Marsh I1ro the happy parents of a new boy who wan born last Sunday May 121th A party 01lit IIIluIIIH visited tilt caves at Otvsloy Fork last Saturday and enjoyed themselves very much Mrs J liurdetto and daughter Miis Laura mid Mrs May raison were shopping iu Richmond Friday Mrs H P Hawlingn of Sidol Clay county passed through town Monday on the way to her fathers home in Gnrranl county W P Chapman while attempting to murder a rat Monday morning full and hurt his knee over again Hat will lo safe around Chap hereafter A lamp was accidunlly knocked from a press in tho printingolfic Monday night which caused a big blaze but quick work prevented IIIIY damage Mr H LTructt of Mitulden uud Miss Lou Settle of Berea wore unitiH in marriage last Friday night at till homo of tho brides parents Mr and Mrs A P Settle Itcv Smith olliciat ingAn tinnooeftsary lire alumni vas given Wednesday night of last week which causal considerably fright end troubhi but all wore glad to know that it was onlysoulo pnper caught fire in a stove in the Baptist church Unless a woman eats nullicien nourishing food she can neither gain nor keep a good complexion Foot when digosttMl is the base of all health all strength and mill bcaiitj Uorbino will hole digest what you oat and give you tho clcarbnght beautiful skin of health Price rIG and 76 cU S E Welch Jr bethold for whitn teachers the third Friday and Saturday of May Juno July and August for colored teach ors tho fourth Friday and Saturday of thu tmmo mouths Many a fair young child whose pallor has puzzled tho mother until she hits suspected rightly her darling was troubled with worms bus regain trI the nwy hue of health with a few doses of Whites Cnrnm Vermifuge Price 2a ohm S E Welch Jr Bollards Snow Linimnnt cures Rheumatism Neuralgia Hcadachu Sick Headache Horo Throat Cuts Spntius Bruises Old Sores Corns mind all pain anil ill nllultiou The most penetrating liniment iu thu world Price 25 and IX cts S 12 Welch Jr Our most prominent and influential business rumen met at Hanvon hall lust Monday night to unite their ef forts to push tho proposal pike from Berea to Cartersville Much interest and enthusiasm was shown and our eilizns are ready to do their part in this enterprise III constipation Herbino affords n natural healthful remedy acting prom ply A few small done will us ually bo found to so regulate time ox cretory funtioim that they are able to operate without any aid whatever Price GO cts S E Welch Jr Miss Mollio Early daughter of Mr and Mn M N Early of this city died last Friday after a lingering ill ness Tho funeral occurod Saturday when a short service was conducted by Hey Lodwiok at the village como tory where tho hotly was laid to rust The fatally wishes to thank tho neigh hors anti citizens who rendered suds kind assistance during thu illness of their daughter and sister Nothing hits ever boon produced to equal or compare with Tablers Buckeye Pile Ointment as a curative niul healing application for Piles Pismires blind arch bleeding exter nal or internal and Itching and Bleeding of the Itechtum The relief is immediate smith euro infallible Price m cts iu bottle tubo 75 cts S E Welch Jr A PROCLAMATION OFoIECONOMY for the Spring and Summer in Mens and Boys Fine Stylish M- adeCLOTHING II to cloth with the o cat ii made 0theventilated workrooms Perfect fitting and wear rraliing because the Intlile the Vltaln1 the very life of the garment li rarcfulnewi In making represent the cx loellIUliro or time and tllOlllllll and a deeMed contrail to the tailoring seen in 4 ordlnarjr reMlyto wear Clothing The Fabrics that we show are the very newest iIolKtu that will be wen thin season Man confined excliulrely to in In the lace of I the aboro facts Tho mOlt extraordinary feature combining our great oirer li that we can and do Dell our Clothing at I it LESS MONEYIThan elsewhere How ran we afford to than elsewhere Our aniwer pure ttrlclly on progreiwUe plats our Clothing It sold on tho smallest mrgln of profit depending on a Urge rolumu or business The more Clothing we tell the greater our purcha lng power the lower our prices thati the story In a nut shcll a COVINGTON MITCHELL c KENTUCKYv RICHMOND 11401 61 s QR 2a u222 22a SamuollIIl1nson Thursday in tilt interest of the new Wnllncoton Tike T A KohiiiHon our optician has fixed tipnnd furnmhud in a comfort ahlo mminurtho ainttll room in tho rear of his stoma room for his business The W T C U Convoiiliou of the Eighth Kentucky District which was to bo holt at Livingston MaylCth to 18th has been jxwt onixl for a short titus Positive dale will be annouuc eh later Field Day Every follow in school physically ablo should train for some of thu ovonlH for Field Day Ho should feel it a duty to his college anti himself to tmiko this day a success for on it depends tho future athletic welfare of our institution Somo of you think cant win because BO and so can do bettor Dont let that prevent yotj from trying Train a little from now until Field Day told you will ho surprised at your improviHl physical condition and ability to compute in tho event you decide to enter Dont le lazy but get out with the other Dcys at tho training quarters nod do a little until work for halfan hour each day Time prize committee have second prizes well worth computing for Beware Fill yu tip tho inenmiro of your iniquity Tho measure is not yet fullThere needn ho moro murder more vituperation Moro hounding political clue trap Tho young men and boys of till state reel to bo more dt eply steeped if posttiblo III tho bo lief that government means a gather ing of men at thu Simile Capitol for tho purpose of engaging ia carousal debauchery riot bloodshed and everything that can bo thought of to infiuenco evil passion mind to fix in their minds that election fraud mid crumb are synonymous terms and that ho or they who can do tho i ort of it an entitled to tho offices They must bo taught to believe that the decision of the courts and juries are nothing if not favorable to their party They aro being taught timers is no truth nor honor nor fairness except in tho party to which they belong Thoy are taught to believe that form must bo employed when tho will of tho 10UII agree with tho will of the defeated party- I say our boys mind yonmignlen but how is it with tho older boys tho grayheaded boys who have been participating in tho election of our What is tho ox ample laid before us by our Solons our Hon So and So who ropro souls us at tho Stato Capitol in tho capcilyor the Legislature slump not kill Do they saysThe law says you shall not carry concealed deadly weapons Do cnrry them Tho law says you shall not bribe or intimidate voters Do they bribe or Dennisons Specialties are needed in everyplace of business and nearly every home At the Printingoffice intimidate or aid and abet in bribiu and intimidation gi If you rend the great dailies of tin two contending parties and bvliovi what hath of thorn say you beliov that almost to a plan that tho lead ore on both Hides aro political thieves inciting to murder and guilty o every crime known to exist iu corrupt political methods If you he Novo only your own side you havi this opinion of the leaders at least on tho other silo How far wrong this judgement entertained by ad herents of either side Politicians and Ward heelers strikers and Basses all over tht county know what methods each em ploys in a campaign Each pleasures the other by tho standard under which ho himself lieu worked and is still working and I do not wonder I fearfullyoxeiuinl HO wonder that is no c iu parties and partisan methods Tho lack of corm if not already universal is reaching out and permeating tin masses In state and nation Wo dili trust tho courts the juries tho legis lativo bodies municipal state aw national and this leaven of distrust is instilling itself into every fiber or our social and political fabrick In view then of this picture if nol overdrawn what is tho need of tin lour What is the loading and po tort causit or causes of our unhappy and deplorable condition as seen trot the political stand I The writer is no pessimist am confesses that tho picture ho has attempted to portray from may be overdrawn maid too highlyly colored- in some of its details hint he believe that tho thoughtful man or woman of mature yours will agree with him that our moral status is deplorable nUll if the conservative peace loving peoplo of Kentucky nail tho nation as well do not unite to put a check to limo uddnwhml and disgraceful cor rupting influences actively oar ployed by our political wo may to accept as inevitable a state of anarchy or rido of martial law It is 0111 the influence of our consorvativo selfgoverning people belonging to both parties through out the state that has fur restrain ed tho hot headed partisans who have teen in thu lead nn1 kept thorn front engaging in an armed conllet- Tho ress tho mouthpiece of lima people shouldehimiuato from its columns as its anti its impera live duty those oxngorated state ments sent in by correspondents from all purls of tho country In tho white heat of political prejudice and passion to which wo havo been sub long such expressions uro but little short of crime There is a limit Wo hnt well nigh reach txlitt III closing I appeal to my fellow uitizens Democrats and Republicans nil ho temporato in spoech bowarol- Uerea Ky Man 10 V For Sate JJ7J acres good Estil county laud Young orchard and somo trees Small cottage and out juulings Good limestone spring lasts all summor Laud lieu four mile southeast of Ianoht railroad station and seven miles southwest of Irvine Address W D Smith Box 201 Boron Ky or 321 Wells St Chicago 111 1 AN INDEPENDENT I 0 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 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 The result of good work and reasonable prices is that we now have customers in all parts of the When you ItantIAnything in the monument line Let us 71010 and we will 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 7500 Berea Ky VORMSl YrnSrmRemedies tw SOxD DRVGrGrXSXS- Irelrc by JAMES F BALLARD St Louis Iby S E WELCH Jr 11701 Until Further Notice Subscribers to THE CITIZEN may got also The Tleaio Blade or Tfc Louisville Commercial For SOc a Year All for 1 00 a year Dont Miss It Come at Once subscriptions come IAll THE CITIZEN NNN4 C MORGAN Dental SurgeryOJJItiO Hours S to 13 I dos P Jf National Bunk Building IJichmoml Kyava ATTENTION Mill MEN I TRY our Small Dimension and Ticket Mills for Iuth Picket Chair end other Smell Dimension Stock trout the round block Send for circulars MODEL MACHINE WORKS 20 Ashland Ave Lexington Ky Jan 173in DENTAL SURGERY A WILKES SMITH D D S Smith Jlitildiny Main Street Richmond K- Tnlriilione Heiildrnve NoUti Office Ni 6MOO S JHNHNHMHHMHNNNH 1DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS OBTAINED NFREECAargeamoderateNofeetill Letters stricUr con dentlal Address E 0 SIGGERS Patent Washington DC WHITES CREA- MVERIVIIFUCE IMoat la Quantity Best In Qualit UY ALL Sold must J 1111 ruttlnc J Lawyer CENTER STREET ART GALLERY- C I 000 Proprietor UptoDate Photos Nothing Bnt The Best Finish at the Lowest Prices w oo bURTON The Photographer DKALKIt IN AMATKUU HWIIIKS Fine Photographs at Reasonable Prices Views about Jierea a specialty 6iawx T CIF HANSONS LIVERY62S00 You Want GOOD GLASSES IF YOU WANT THEM AT ALL Uliutsfs that arc not properly adjusted to your eye are actually UautiToii I know It you ought to know It I will not attempt to suit glatwvi to until know what li needed yours eutulllC1 tree A Nice line of Aoielties in JEWELRY T A ROBINSON Jeweler and Optician G2S00 LEWIS A DAVIS Medicine and Surgery Berea Ky Oflico in Manson Bids o E B McCOY Dentist Berea Kentucky 6801 A BOON TO M DR NKINDIPILE Il T ICURE IA New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNALand EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 76 CENTS BOTT3 60 CETS ff iRD Sole Pnorletor 3101 1W t ST LOUIS MIL q r THE CITIZEN A WEEKLY NBWSIAIKK IIEKBA 1BSItKY The Ilnroncss HitrdrttContts lint Jut entered on her SCth year Sine she became the possessor of her for tune in the year vt the queens ac riMilon the Imronexs has spent is charity It las been estimated Jtl DK000 out of the 1800000 she then Inherited By last official census in IIollMid the number of cattle returned wits 1300 of pips 1200000 of sheep tlSOIMM nnd of horses 270000 The shortage of hop products in Holland offers to the United States n profitable market the stability of which 1SIIII to he not only well established but Jii a basis of permanence It is said the most valuable checker bnord in existence Is that of the late Prince Ilisniiirck who wns a great lover of the game The squares of the board are made of silver and gold to represent the usual light and dark colored leather The draughts are of silver and Kold liming a diatuom or ruby In the enter of each AH measured by C C Martin tile engineer of tin Brooklyn bridge the center Is lay feet above menu high water as men ured by the war de parttncnt for the pasngc beneath the structure of the training ship UulTa to this distance is 132 feet Mr Martin claims flint the bridge has been made to wig three feet by the extra weight of the trolley curs The Ilrltish empire now has a pop illation of 410000000 with a capacity of almost unlimited Increase in the sparselysettled regions of her col niiics in the temperate zone Add tin population of the Yanptse valley of China now under the Hrlllsh sphere of influence and we have an nggr pate of near onehalf the total phpu lation of the globe Great Britain is Indulging in sub clued comment over the fact that none has been taken in parliament of the attempted assassination of the prince of Wnlcu In Belgium In March IRfS hit brother the duke of Edinburgh now Duke Alfred of SaxeCo hurl was wounded by a wouldbe as mssin in Australia and both houses of parliament adopted congratulatory addresses to the crown on his escape Bank notes and general lithograph ing work has reached a high degree of perfection In intricacy of deslgi In late year and while counterfeit tug has not been stopped the dlflicill ties have bem greatly increased A paper of sccally prepared filler and chemically treated substance has been made on vhleh it is impossible to make any change or erasure without detection Still even thin falls some lines Maj Gen Sir Herbert Charles Chermslde who succeeds to Gen Gat acres command in South Africa la a distinguished officer lie was born in 1S50 educated at Eton and entered the royalengireer corps in 1S6S grhd unity proceeding to the rank of col onel by 1887 In 1877 he was militar attache with the Turks In the Unsso Turkish war and In the following year he assisted in the delimitation of the Turkish frontier John D Jlockefeller said in an ad dress before a New York Ulble class the other evening The pursuit of riches is not n wrong thing On the contrary gold is one of the mightiest agents for the doing of good and though there are bad rich men just ns there arc bad poor men I believe that most wealthy persons look upon their money as n sacred trust which they hold for the good of their fcl lows Samuel Stophlet of Kansas City Is the originator of a nOel idea for the raising of the additional money neces nary to rebuild the Convention hall lie suggests that the iron of the burned building shall be made into medal bearing a picture of the old hall with time dates of its completion and destruction on ore side and the date of the completion and dedication of the new structure on the reverse side these medals to be sold at 1 each for the fund Away with the linen handkerchiefs bays Dr IfeifTer the discoverer of the influenza bacillus The handkerchief propogatcs 70 per cent of nil colds mind inflammations of the head throat nnd nose he declares It often causes erysipelas to spread mind that influ enza reoccurs Benson after season In epidemical form is directly traceable to the use or abuse of the linen handkerchief The sick person Dr 1felflcr SRJcarries a veritable arsenal of microbes in his pocket This microbe needs nourishment darkness warmth and dampness While the diamond mines at Kim berley have been producing about 19000000 worth of gems a year the industry in Brazil formerly the most important diamomd producing country in the world hAs fallen to a low ebb It Is now curried on only by in dividuals or small associations work hog in n crude manner The yield wns never much over 1000000 in nay year and the product is now worth annually less than 200000 and ytt the quality of the Brazil Btoncn aver ages higher then that of tea Ui tuber ley output AN ASTONISHMENT Thtrei a mighty curious feller who Is llvln out our way Ha never seems ai anxloos as the rest to have his ray III listens to an argument as quiet as kin be Aft sever makes an exert to break In an referee An once upon a tlmtus folks la lalkln bout It yet Wa liked him his opinion sos to help de tide n bet It was on a general toiito that excited high and low This feller thought a minute Then he said he didnt know Wed heard a lot o people who had strut ged to explain Each query It ud give you palpitation of the brain To hear the way they figured An their words were of such length That tryln1 to remember them was Jcs a waste of strength Dut the wises of them never with their great display of wit Within my recollection made the memorable hit That he scored when niter thlnkln very carefully an slow lie fared the situation an confessed he didnt know- Washlnjtton Star DIDstirring story o Arty Life 1n THC Whines Cop iigbt age by F Tennyson Netly CHAPTER XOoTI lED Armstrong took the missive held out to him and slowly read it the general studying his face the while The let ter bore no clew as to the whereabouts of the writer It read March 98 It Is six weeks since I repaid all your loving kindness brought shame and sor row to you and ruin to myself by deserting from West Point when my commission was but a few short months away In nn hour of Intense misery caused by a girl who had won my very soul and whose words and letters made me believe she would become my wife the month of my graduation and who as I now believe was then engaged to the man she married In January I threw myself away My one thought was to find her and God knows what beyond- It can never be undone My career Is ended and I can never look you In the face again At first I thought I should show the letters one by one to the man she married and ask him what he thought of his wile but that Is too low hold them cause I have a mad longing to see her again and heap reproach upon her but If I fall and should I feel at any time that my end Is near Im going to tend them to you to read to see how I was lured and then If you can to pity and forgive KOlLISY Armstrong firm lips twitched under hit mustache The general with moist eyes had risen from his chair and mechanically held forth his hand Poor lad sighed Armstrong Of course you know who the girl was Oh of course and Urayton shrugged his shoulders ellwell have to go and led on to the misty light without Over across the way were the head quarters tents of a big parade hope fully awaiting orders for Manila To their left separated byn narrow space so crowded were the camps werr the quarters of the officers of the teenth infantry and even through the veil of milt both soldiers could plainly see along the line Comingtoward the gate was Mr Prime escorted by the major Just behind them followed Mildred and Thi biter boo no clew to the whcreibouts of the wtitti the attentive Schuyler limit where was Miss Lawrence Armstrong tad al ready seen Lingering the stood at Billys tent front her tar Inclined to his protruding pate lie was tnying tonic thing that took time and situ showed no inclination to hurry him Miss Prime looked back then the and Schuylcr ex changed significant smiles nnd glances There was rather a lingering hand clasp before Amy started Even then she looked back at the boy and smiled Hm said the general as tie gazed that youngster wouldnt swap places with any subaltern in camp een if he is under charges There was no answer from the strong soldier standing observant at his elbow lint when the chief would have moved Armstrong detained him One more question general In case you were away and wanted something you had left in this tent you would send on aide or orderly orwould an order signed by one of your staff be sufficient t Hm well yes suppose It would said the general CHAPTER XII Opinion was divided at Camp Merritt as to whether filly Gray should or should not stand trial Confident as were his friends of his innocence of all complicity In Mortons escape there reo moinrd the fact that he had telephoned for a carriage that a carriage hnd come sad that a carriage wllli four nun np pcrcntly iqldlrri had driven lejiiOl townwnrd along Point Lobo avenue It was seen by half a dozen pnllceniet ns it shot under the electric light or gas lamp Then there was the bundle intldi his rolled overcoat that Gray had per sonnlly handed Morton when a prison cr Everybody ngreed he should have sent it by orderly everybody thnt Is except sonic scores of young soldiers In hnrtlillittwo Delta Sigs in time teenth Thei there were the long eonfrrenifs In the dark Whnt dill tlmey men II All thugs considered the older and wiser bend snw thnt as the lieutenant could or would make no satisfactory explana tlon of these to his colonel he should to a court or take the consequences Youve made a mess of the thing nm nn ass of yourself hilly was Uordoni comprehensive If not consolatory sum wary of the matter and as Canker hat been rapped for one thing or another by entail division nnd brigade com mnudcrsoneafter another he feels that hes got to prove that he Isnt the only fool in the business Yon it better em ploy good counsel and prepare for n fightCant afford It said hilly briefly and Im blowed if Ill ask my dear old dad to come to the rescue lies hail to cough up shame on your slang Billy far too much already I tell you Gordon Im so fixed that I cant ex plain these things unless Im actually brought to trial Itsitswell you have no secret societies at the Point as we do at college to you cant fnthon it Im no more afraid of standing trial than I nm of Squeers and h- eJd to him Good Iawd youngster you you arent quite such an ass ns to suppose n court Is going to regard any schoolboy obligation as paramount to that whleh your oath of once demands Look hyuh hilly your hehds just addled cant work on yen but somebody must And Gordon went awn r low In his mind lie liked that bllillloda keen alert snappy soldier on drill and Hilly had no superior in the battalion when It came to handling squnt or company The adjutant plainly saw the peril of his jxisltlnn mod furthci consultation with his brother ofllccri confirmed him in his fears Schuyler the brigade commissary being much with time teenth messing with them in fact when he was not dancing nt tendance on Miss Prime heard all this camp talk and told her Thus it hap pened that the very next daywhen he drove with the cousins Mr Prlim being the while in conference with the detectives still scouring the city for tin young deserter who the other now felt confident was his missing boy Min Lawrence looked the captain full In the face with her clear searching eyes and plumped at him the iolnt blank question Copt Schuyler do Mr Grays broth er oMicers really consider him In danger of dismissal Mist Lawrence grieve to say that not one has any other opinion now There could be no doubt of it Amy Lawrence turned very pale and her beautiful eyes filled It is a shame she said after a moments struggle to conquer time trembling of her lips IlnsIs thert no one influential enough or with brains enough this with returning color to take up hit case amid cleat him They were whirling through the beautiful drive of the Golden Gate park passing company after company at drill Even as Amy spoke Schuylet lifted hiCAp and Miss Prime hosed and smiled A group of regimentalof ficers four in number stood apparently supervising the work anti as Mitt Lawrence quickly turned to see who they might be her eyes met those of Col Armstrong Vive minutes later till carriage returning drew up ns though by some order from Its occupints at that very spot Armstrong and his ad jutant were still there and promptly joined them Long weeks afterward that morning lived In Stanley Armstrongs memory It was one of those rare August days when the wind blew from time south east beat back the drenching Pacific togs and let the warm sun pour upon the brilliant verdure of that wonderful park Karth and air distant sea nnd dazzling sky nil seemed glorifying their Creator Brightlined birds Hashed through the foliage and thrilled the ear with their cAroling The plush of fountain fell softly on tin breee mingled with the rustling of time luxuriant growth of leaf and flower close nl hand It was not chance that brought the stalwart soldier Instantly to Amys side Her gaze was upon him before the carriage stopped mind Irresistibly threw him The man of mature years the hero of sharp cnmbnts and stirring campaigns with a fierce and savage for the commander of hundreds of eager and gallant men obeyed without thought of demur the unspoken summons of n girl yet in her teens There was a new light III her clear and beau tiful eyes a flush upon her soft and rounded cheek n little flutter possibly In her kind and loyal heart Hcnvrn knows his heart brat high with an rune tion he could not subdue Humph his bearing was grave and courteous is ever but about that sweet and Gushing face there shone the halo of n woman brave determination mind no sooner had lie reached the ra rrlnge side tlinn humid ing toward him she spoke Mildrrd Prime could not repress a little gasp of amaze Col Armstrong will you kindly open tllllIrrlnr1 door want to talk with you u moment Without word lie wrenched the handle mad threw wide the door Light is n bird she sprang to the grrund her fingers just touching the extended hand Side by side they sliulled nwny across the sunlit lawn he so strong virile erect time so lissome anti graceful Full of her purpose yet rearfu- ltlat with delay miylit cpfiie timidity flit fooled tjp hi i iU fmf et rere Col Armstrong I have heard only todny that Mr Gray is in really serious danger Will you tell ruethe truth V Just whnt Armstrong expected It might be hard to say The light flint had leaped to his eyes faded slowly and his fare lost something of the flush of robust health There was n brief pnusi before he spoke as though he wisher time to weigh his words I fear it IR true he gravely said Then in a moment Mss Lawrence will you not take 10 arm And lit felt lice hand trembic ns time placed It there It was a moment before she be grin IIalilIThey tell me he should have counsel Ihit will not heed I knee not semi hill today There Is no one In his battalion it seems whom lie really looks up to He Is headstrong and selfconfident Do you think he should that he need Olllt And noxiously the orate eyes sought the strong soldierly face It would seem so Miss Ijiwrence She drew a Tong breath She teemei to cling n little closer to his arm Thei straight came the next question Col Armstrong will you do me u great favor Will you be his counsel lie was looking directly to the lion ns she spoke Something told hint what was coning yet he could not niuue nil nt once What did It mean after nil but just what he lint been thinking for a week that the girls fresh young heart hind gone out to this merry hand sonic soldierly lad whom he too hind often marked with keen apprcciatloi when In command of his big company at drill Whnt possible thought of hers could he more than twice her years have ever hoped to win t She had cone to him In her sore trouble and her lovers an she would have pone to her father lad he been a soldier rebooted in such affairs Armstrong pulled hlmseli together with quick stern selfcoin nand looking down he sec thud her eyes were filling her lips paling anti a rtul of tenderness overcame him JIp he tiiu ply and gently answered Yes nnd there Is no time to t e lost All these lat days It will be remcni bered Mrs Prank Garrison with pret ty Cherry Illpe hnd found shelter HI the Pretldio The palace was no place for n poor soldiers wife and there was no longer n grateful nabob an a possible source of Income It II doubtful Indeed whether that mine could bo further tapped for the effusive brotherlnlnw of the winter pone by hind found lit illusion in more wny tint one Garrison laity day and night with hit stall duties hind plrlnly to tell hU cnprl cirrus wife thnt she hail tome ithoul hit knowledge or consent nnd that hi could not think of meeting the expense of even n two weeks stay III town lie could not account for her coming at nil He hind left her with his own peo pie where at least sue would be in com fort while he took the field He desired that sic should return thither at once She determined to rennin nail guyly tapped his cheek and bade him hoe no concern She could readily Iind quarters and so the did The regli1 lar garrison of the Presidio was long since afield but the families of moil of its officers still remained there w hilt the houses of two or three completely furnUIird so farar army furnishings po were there in chrrpe of the Mist quar termaster From icing the tcniK rnry guests of some old friends Mrs Frnnk nail lire pretty companion suddenly opened housekeeping In one of these vacated homes and nil her witchery was called Into play to mnkc it time most popular resort of time younpercle inent ut time post Money she might lack but no woman could eclipse her In thednnrleof her dainty toilet tic Presidio was practically nt her feet be fore she had hero established 4S hours Other peoples vehicles trundled ice over to camp whoever the would drive Other peoples horses stood saddled ut lice door when she would ride Other peoples servants flew to do her bidding Women might whisper and frown but for time present nt least the hind the men nt her neck nod call Morn noon and night she was on the po tic morn imiga being given orr an a rule lo n gallop over flit breey heights where the brigade or regimental drills were polnpou IhrafternoonstoeoliswlintI- ii it Is ccr more blessed to jie than to receive and the evening to Imp the n llIIhh room or lo entertain illlIlIlrlllllli entertaining thr little Mvarm of ofikrrswitIt uteapiuilul umigtla of tier own sex sure to drop in mill spend nn hour Cherry played mind sang nail made ctrl ut lie loys Mrs Fran was winsome nail genial nnd joy out to everybody and when Garrison himself arch Ill finm imp pcnerallv hale In the eicjilnjr limiting worn and jaded from long hours nl the dekshe had ever a comforting supper nail smil ing playful welcome for her lord milk ing much of hint before tin ntfciuhlcd company In Hie end Hint nun a tuna one callow sub was heard losay that there would be sumac sense in marrying by George if n fellow could pick up a wife like Mrs Frank All the salute Hie past- Sono learned that the tuppotcdly blet aidedecamp breiikfimtcd solus on what he could forage for himself before he mounted and rode over to life long days- laiar nt Camp Merrltt Another thing was speedily apparent the entente cor lisle between her raldinnt self and the Primes was at an end if linked It ever existed She to be sine wiis sunshine Itself when they chanced to meet at camp The crowds were on the faces of the father nail daughter while MUs Law rente maintained serene neutral HV They were lingering In Frisco still hopefully were the Primes The di rctives on duly nt the landing stage the eenlng Stewarts regiment em barked swore Hint no nor nnswerlng time dcniiption of either of the two young men lad slipped aboard Those in till employ of the sad old man were persistent In the statement that they had ciews were on the scent etc lie u sheep vqrth the fihcaring and so t hIQ V r1etmmpent many Jiour in consultation with certain of these sa railed sleuthhounds the joniig ladles took their dully drive through the park generally picking tip the smiling Schuylcr somewhere along the way mid rarely omitting n call with creature comforts In the way of baskets of fruit upon the Imply Itlllywhose llmltt were no longer restricted to his tent ns wring till first week of his nrrest hilt whose court wns ordered to sit in judgment on him the tlrpt of the con ing week Already it began to be whis pered that Armstrong hnd n mine to spring III behalf of the defense but he was so reserved thnt no one even Ourt don sought to question Armstrong is n trump lIillllIllJI to Miss Lawrence one fair morning Hell knock those charges silly though dare say I could have wormed through all right only you see I couldnt pet out to find people to RiveI evidence for me- Do rnusee him often sue asked somewhat vaguely Armstrongtxelnlmited hilly In openeyed niunc Why lies here with me every duty But never thought Miss Lawrence In the morning when we lire the eventful Montluyvu iii drily uelr end In but not the court That can Atmittooj will knock chirpu illla slid nilllj novel nine to trial Like the crack of n whip nn order snapped In bywin on the Thursday previous three erg linenlk time teenth repulur nnd tin Primeval Dudes Armstrong splen did regiment among them In prepare for voyage forthwith More that that ties Drey ton and Halt were tli reeled to proceed to Mnnltft tt once Iwo thirda of time members if fur court were from three regiment A new Oc tall would be necesMiry The general s rnt for Armstrong font we try that clUe here and non 7 he asked- Certainly said Armstrong if youll tend for Canker that he may hi satisllcd To lie Continued Ilia fir raisl v Say A man can fight at the drop of Hit hat but you cant count on lib pacing for lib wife In any such spontaniuii futhion The only way to nail out vihat you really amount to Is t0 get theoplnlun an Intelligent ami honest nntMgoui A fools mouth Is always open for en pnpcincnt People who unite al tier top ol Fame s tower in an elevator soon lie tome din and tumble oft Dont flatter yourself to nte others time rouble They wont appreciate It Some men mire only prevented fruit grumbling nil the time by the nrccksllj of sleep A boys greatest hero is toe man who tells him the biggest lies The man who laughs nt hi own joke should wear a placard citing his excuse fur hieingChirago Democrat aced III IVI life Admiral Sir Henry Keppcl when hr was gigs midshipman In the Tacced Illo Rot hold of u small monkey which he smuggled aboard in till captains clonk bag and then stowed In the seat tie of till mlds berth at pets of Ihiit nature were not allowed When undei suit Keppel was Iii wii cd to dine with the captain nod unluckily time monkey who hud been let for a run by u me s male found Its tray to the cnbin The captain culled time sentry anti ordered him lo throw the poor little Least over Ixinid but the marines tint movement frlphlened the monkey anti Inti tly Jug onto Keppels slionluV clutching him lound the forehead with II s pans Of course thl lit once proved who was the culprit but time captain relented mind the monkey was earedChlemgn Tiiucsllernld IIght Follow till straight line In morals and the curved line III manner If glut itud is allowed to cool It w81- be found only halrll troublesome Anything worth doing at nip Is worth doing Infamy you get out of the notion Ifu mini gluts u girl hut picture in n frame the think it U ah good as a pro posal When one smiill boy halloos nay other boy nnswcr him no mutter whether he knows him or not Man is the architect of his own for tune but he couldnt put the prelimi nary con met In writing People who can enjoy only Ihe test of everything acquire a iclfsatUlled air but they inUs lots of fuu Chicago Record tint of ttmr Alnnllio lOr llnlirt A small nut on hearing somme ptopU say that they Hhould not consider them selves properly married If they were not married In church said should consider myself properly married If I git a pood wifeSidney Ttwn and Country Journal Snmrllmri n Uratrlinrk Many n mans nblllty to pet ladle has prevented him from acqiiruf wUllr Cbkajro Uultyr Non Cures Talk Croat n Cronl ModlolnmotyofActual Nlorlt The fame of floods Nia rilln hu been won by the good it has done to lhu e who were sulTcnnit from dieeme Its cures Iwve excited wonder amid admiral on It IMI caused tlimnniidi lo rejoice in the enjoyment of good health and it will do you the same gaud it lint done others It will repel from your blood all nnpurillei will give yow a Rood amxlile and snake you strong aliil is jut the medicine to help ou nlllJhrll your system Is III acid of a Indigestion After suffering six month from headache nrr vouiniM anOIIJIII blo11 be ran taking Hoods SariMpardla n hail taken six hollies was Frank Nolcn Oak land nil- UKMIMI1K11 Hoods Sarsaparilla Is Americas Greatest Medicine A Irrllr Olil lliirr Rev Frank Uunsauiui atone time her lieved that lui parish work would lit made much easier for him if he i0PMSed a have on wlnih lo ride from place to plare so ho delermined to purchase one Nun what Itev Mr Gun aulu t know shout a horse would till a large volume avid ai might have teen expected he fell into the hands of the tilulistine MV nollunK runc with the horse however He had the man of whem he bought it that he wa not used lo riding anti so wanted a quirl tIll re eet at least the hone hiliCaill up to the rnuircmenU Onr day Itev Mr Giiniaulu father came to visit him and the hone wu shown to him Gun carefunltlinn hon looks it lie r No answered Ink hut then yen triw father the Saviour roda hone tlsat war anything but handsome 1Cs Ive heard that Mid the old tan refletlively rank hr added tutiilrliiy youve jot a treasure Ill bet hit is the same hunt Cincinnati Knquirer- Naluraily a inn mnintrntrs In In la the rings whtii he URUH to gnwl hsmgii 1etnom nt- 3a33933it393J333333333y u Ii W gtalIttm i St Jacobs OilW 2 should cure RHEUMATISM 1innLUMBAGO w iSCIATICA w A err test ff nr owe tat r- it aWouetuarxwt d limeWSURELY ASU PRO flY W vccccccccccccc c ccc ABSOLUTEf SECURITY Genuine Carters Little Liver Pills Must Boar Signature o- f7zSea TacSlmiU Wrapper IVclow Ysry mmmll sad ae easy sugarCARTERS AVER PILLS HEADACHE DI7ZIHESS FOR BltlOUSrlESS FOR TORPID LIVER FOR CONSTIPATION FOR SALLOW SKIN FOR THE COMPLEXION uuntiirru ugirM i rl U c tin PurUr VsretabUX CURE SICK HEADACHE W Its DaUCfLAS S3 350 SHOES UNION 0 compared inane vrr refsihire W I nj rtlcei aleenidno T 00 lumcJ 4 datt r Jfiler jft 1nndwwYlY I taie tm4of Irathrr tawatuisrl L St7 rt Poeton Hest Mrs C T Harding Cynwyd Pa near Philadelphia wrote April let 1900 I have been using Palmers Lotion for 20 years for my HAIR AND EYES and other ailments It is the best friend I have SoapPrevents alt oklc troubles At Druggists only I CENTe g Ft locluJlaii Oil nd calla for ta b jH Itsd ttot Mmlui IOR HARTMANS ADVICE 18 Sought by Fvnmlo Su Tor era Prom Ocean to Ocean Mr W tioildiT 1500 4tlinVcKnck IMimtl 1111 wrltokl wns ntIHUiUilfurfiro or nix cnraIvlth nl illfllcultlca niid w h a K rowllllfW- llrlilJ nil llio begantnklng rrrnnii with n innrked Im provement InilepciiiliMit lthatr tin n lina Rrently I II- Iprovuit m K cllotnlII- tnlth r but IaIfnWl1g1itgold clnllv to me for I ovc my present goodto is n Peru na All over tlm country tlirro nro women who linvo been itivnlld for many year nifTrrinir with female ilrrat KcnctUl wlilth the family ilf tor cannot run OplIarVmanaStag him mklll mrI him that hardly m but10111wllioutfnimniihmofftrmtaevmrjrwo aywqitonsffoo doa and lrmtmmnt Tlio nuxlli ho Ire ril c can boob Ulncil nl any drug UT S and the cent U wllliln tho ronrli nt any wnman Ho tlo- Irll minutely iui l carefully Jtitt vlitt lieoltbypibut epccIiul1yforHastily Thl book rontnlnii ininy Innlrf1Columbus O DOKSNT KNOW RIGHT nAND knii Vis Thla trrnnnl Kind II IMinenll In JlhtlnaahhIlUulil from htu- n Mime nf tIe little thing of lifo om n ore nUurtlly Ignorant styu the Chlrnga Chronicle I HUH ft paper loot werk thAt n mlornl wttnnn wsiu eiclmtal from tekttfylbg In court Iwcnuic him ilklnl know lur right IIHIII fnun tier left aid vrnt thrrrfari pMetinril iii lj Htimnl far her cvlilrnrn In lie of any lutw uiaklau oWrvnnl ChIcago you1Hoof UK know lu r right hand from herIloft without topplnff to contlilcr IlInUerIwm Ilirftlpr till other day nl n nntlnoa vntvhlntf tha niullrurp inanity frm nine It IIIMtCI In VrII nchI innhl Immlwl hrr check to till luhcr nnd he rnltml out Tlrtt door to IheIright or SfcooiHl ilmir to the left ii the onto mltflit lie WIth hnrdly nn reception thou glrU turned In t liii wrung illrrc Ion then theyd PIIO to oowhtdcr cxclnlm Were going theI wrwntr WR y nnd ukurry back again ThU happened M ouch that 1Iftjiakn to the imher ntioul itaThey nltvnyn do It Ineontcnlly iimnlly point thtJ1IIknow the wny lint Ive q rill today Theyre nil right If tlicy IdOl to think hut they never do thInkcnn young wt mmi uho linn to mnke n llttln mo thou us If khe were writing with 11111hI hili till before Abe cnn determine tight om Niid nhe dcclnrcs that nil her Bicqimlntnnecu nre iiffectwl In Ilko manner no pcrhnpx thin U n general frmlnlno fnlllnp ant the colored wit fleas wni unjimlly ecehuleliAMERICAN DUEL IN GERMANY A oCnllnl Affair of llnnnr lie I ureA llrlilrllirrtt IlCollnlII InUI During my rwildence nt Heidelberg Inmrnlnbln nnd terrlnle nffnlr took ptaco that threw u profound gloomn over the iinlvirslty nnd the town pays u writer In Science TwobUeriunn atudentu luirliig decided the earth WAil not large for both of them to lire In ind rreortf rd to the diabolical practice called thoI American duel nll darkened roomI tlie two young men drew lota tintings worn Hint he who drew the would commit aulclde The unhappy later went to his room nnd dichnrgcda bullet Into his breast heart nnd lingered for cetera dllfon his denthbrd Ills parents summoned by elegra phi and besought him on their knees to disclose the name of lila nntHKonlst hut he steadfastly t refuted antI died with the secret locked In his hrenltThr students not only excused his conduct but prnlscd his courage nmlII when his remains were taken to tho railway station to be transported to distant city they accompanied the funeral cortege with torches nnd inn Me TIll rtudcnts clnlme lie was not filicide for he wan killed In an hon orable duel nIl they maintained that lila opponent was not accessory to Ida death because he shot himself I hind many arguments with them and never could convince them of their extrnorjrilnriry tcrglTersnitonf rJluntTrl ntwv tenants next door lire not u hit neighborly lrllullI1onotice they keep vonfomikil pjjjio lp1tiOfLb n THE SUNDAY SCHOOL L4Pinn In Hie Intrrnnlliinnl Jrrlen for Jlny SO JOIIOIlIrnhle of the Mouer tenhIIFtotJTilit Matthew I3IS ant ISSI 1 fha sninn duy went JUM out Of till hoilKe nail ml by the MM lil 2 And great tniiltlltnloii were antltnrei ttiRetlirr unto Him that lie went Into ship ami mil anil tho whole nluUltutle looil on tho iluire- I And lie a mke many IhlnRi unto them parable saying llcholil u nowcr wont forth tu lOW 4 And when ha stlwtil Mime seeds fell by the way side and tile fowls came unit UIc stony place where they haul not much 3rth nnd forthwith they HprutiK up liocauia they had no dirpnes nf earth And when tho sun wan up they wrro searched and bemuse they had no root they withered nwny And some fill iiinong Iliornm aol the thorns sprung up and choked them Hut older fell Into Kood ground and brought forth fruit corns nn hunilrrdfolJ nine slxtyfold sums thirl fold H Hear c therefore the parable of the sower When ailyonn hearoth the Word of the KliiKdom and understnndeth It not then coinMli the wicked one ant catchclh nway that which sown In his heart This ho which received trn by the waV Hide M Hut ha that received the seed Into tOtly place the same In he that hearvth the word and anon with Joy recelveth It II Ycl hath he not root In himself but durcth for nwhlle for when trlbnlatlnn or ier eeullon nrlseth tiecnuse of the Vonl by nail by he Is offended 21 Hi also that ticvlvrth reed among tho thonu Ic he that htsirolll tho Vurd nnd tho uare uf thl i world and the ue rrllfulnrsn uf riches rhoku tile Word and he berumeth unfruitful a Hut ho that received seed Into the good Rruund Is he that hesrtth the Word and underiitandelh IIi which sho benrctli fruit and brlnseth forth soniC an hun dredfold some sonic OOUUIJN TFXTThio seed ls the Word n Mod Iuke ttII- SOthS AND COMMKNTrf In the uliort period that lntriciies between the events of lact leksun null those of the proeht leteoh JUlia hud iiiatlo with Ills disciples tour of Gull leeShortly titter Ills return to Caper liaiini Jesus begun preaching by the cnslde A great zuiuiit it tide soon gath tied so rent that Jesus used n boat a little out from the shore for n pulpit The ground rilIng directly from the Wrtter formed n vast amphitheater nnd here the people listened to the words of till Muster The Power nnd the Sowing Jeitis In Ills explanation docs not tell us who the Miwer WHS All will teach Divine truths may lie considered ns sowers but prolmbly fur this parable the KOW cr waia Jesus who sowed the good teed In the hearts of men by Ills life on rnrth and teaching The cuiii lug wile broadcast Koine of the cvit fell by the wayside some upon stony places some among thorns nnd some Into good gniund WI wilnol lines hear of ople Who cninplalti that they hove had no chance In life1 This rAil unruly be true of anyone wlio liaa hurl the t cacti big uf Jesus The good seed lisa fallen III the promiiilng places well ns tin unpromising Two thhlflltH evidently meant to leach I That lie bud sowed the good seed Ills u ktri ioM ntiiong All cknnd condltluna of men and 3 that those who wished to be sowers of this seed should not chooic their Held of work We cnn tell what Is good ground for when growing but the hearts of men nre hidden from tint t lglit nnd there mny be goothcoil where we least ex pet The Seed and the Soil The seed we told was good teed If it docs not grow then we can catchy conclude that the fault Is not III the teed hint In the The hearts of men form tilt roll nd our own heart Is n pert of that We coil chntigc thnt Mill und mnke t whnt we will The doctrine nf this pnrnblc not fnlnllstlc The element of human choice comes Ih right lucre Med that hits been sown was good IlclnlHl It line fallen Into our hearts Nurture of the plant will do little We must have depth of soil the toll must free from other useless growths lint will crowd out whnt we wish to have grow Good Sent by the Wayside Jesus refers to Ihoke who have deliberately hardened their hearts The seed can tot alilde there sn Is soou tnlien away Another thought is suggested The beaten paths of men nre not the places fur cultivating the good feed Medi tation and prayer Inn be had nl their only In solitude therefore we thould give ourselves such moments ns we cnn Good Seed on Stony Ground This to fhnllow people people of o depth of character who have not ns lIluoIIIII cultivated what soIl they ns e who hate no aim In lift Good Seed Among Thorns This re ems to the cultivation rather than to he soil After the sped is sown care be tnken that the hurtful things not crowd out that which has- prung up from the good teed Per haps we cannot help the weeds start but we cnn them out nil soon they begin to Miow themselves flood Seed In iood rllllllclHu re freshing It Is to turn from the barren nnd uncultivated places to a field that Is well taken care of This Held is tint hat Is all flint the others we have con Mdcrcd are not It away from the highway thieve Is depth of coil nnd the cultivation Is complete Krcn here of the seed huts done better than other but nil has home fruit- iil iiea The most dlfllcuU thing tot the stub born heart of man to bellete Is Oods goodmns It much easier to believe In Gods tyruitiiiylUv Dr Crane Iriiloiin ur Kuvy If we have n feeling of jealousy or envy In our hearts the surest way tti ill It is to be kind to those we nre jculous ofhtet X Woodsldc Ael nml though s Jesus demtipds thnt nil nets nnd thoughts shall square with the white lire tint He has drawn through lilt torvncv Jt H Potter A niT OP SPRING The Iciinlve Ioel Iii tile trakitt Is tlic Uonntrr nf ihiw era tilt votl silll poetry loda a lnuigIiHredrailer etid Itle 11111- Iktl editor or Rith Tli lilUr usa the motion anti held ili ills halm afi fieuhitilPti il viII this lotihuaire1 head but di not lill this dad lie crooned olllrJjd i uwlerctauud toll to s ypu aprig poetry IbcJay us edited with mild infitteMc I vonld like it as well today aiany day rtpiicl the suitor hut do iuot Jikrt it iu- nday Iliertt hniurccani saul moving und d uptahlJnd4IJtt of bile nn1 anti thou holll Ihln 1- 0eontllc with in tI1 IIIfIt1i titholt hllll1l any eln shoved in on im Hut think of the kind mire iniinled the vi itor he pulled out a dingylooking cliii ofvaler and Flier bursts the from the earth To meet the Browing showers And them the crocus presses Us plumes The rooster of the flowerS Whit do you think of that In Ihl1l1 err iiciiiu of finwer ieing tr queried tin editor Tile most unlimited will not iet mit that tort of a wrench tu the imaguui- atipSteady steady my legacia lairt the vis itor tootiiiiiRly I knew you would be kick out of the traces and dnnt blame you for there In a pally startling thought in that lIoll likifl Inolllh wben you leclt Which init saying that ahybbfJj tan ever see it Only the blind will not see Now oh serve please The crocus il the rooler of the flowers in what I said didnt And I am ri8lit4for the rootter in a crow eu1ciawhat hs to 111h tlc eduto uiJill tint fit hr lu- biItionN SUit 4 An Iriinic tiudhltftt When a man becomes suddenly rich it hoi Infrequently follows that he becomes as lid to liin old friends Icnuan having obtained lucrative poilionI at court a of lila came shortl1after ward to congratulate him new eourllrr asked hinn Who are ou anti why do oU rblute liMe This othfr coolly re you not know me sm 1lItiIJUo allltIII toln to condole JOlelrlUlluihtuuuii In Inrro InrIOeorgies mother infilled upon lepeat big the prayer of childhood He itnrtcd sleepily requiring prompting at the begin nidif every line ine had neart won thp inatcry by the time that he had ubcdienly get ai far U my oul to take Oocl Iea prompted his mother icoigie has hang l There was a Ihitter ii lids III lumpeulI them ai toicetLr Upd hlroa hoolinl match nd Ire list Chicago Chronicle 31IetpI A Jihorl Order Mr F hleI tell you the telf phone Il IItfreat einvenience Mr Iibli Sure thine Fellow down nt Hramrr1 irInurant Rave me a hot roast over mil e yetcrdayIkiltimore American a AnkVcur llenlerfor Allenn Inutrme A wd to shako Into oufJlhoe1I It tests tho feit CUresUnrnsnunlonsHvollcn8nro HoUCahaus Acliln Mncatlntr fret nnd In Krowlng Allens rooUlapo miikca now or tight sliDes Hold by all drturelMit unit shoo stares 2V Hamplo Address Allen B MlmsfMl Ij Roy N V Areoiiiiuuilnllns- I lie saidas heam I lltitith tiihject therttfultr llounh AH the 111II rk If I noticerilthljrepUtc about nl girt ott thus till to uuli to cover Ihiladclpliia North American njTn One tlnr Tnko Uixntlvo Ilrnino Qnliilne Tablets All druggists refund money If It falls to euro 25cI You know lion fifth and rrckleulv you talk about other people Well that i the way they talk about you AtchUon Globe Bishop J 8 Key wrote Tcethina Teeth lag lowderc was more latitfactoiy than thing we ever ucMI TIlt man who itches for fame hu to do lot of couching before be gets IhceIChicano Daily New sunhigtutwuisliiiigd i Tte smlrtT In fancy the more be will in art in fttt Itamt Horn MAIl lcLi ttntuitT Cincinnati May 11 CATTIiK Common SI 23 tju 4 C3 Hetect blltehera 5 00 CT 3 13 CAIjVKSUxtrnH 700 Jf 7 S3 IlnBSSII1 jinektri 5n i110Mixed piiekerH 3 10 3 KIIKKI1 Choice 4110 fiij 4 7- 3LAuIlt8Fxtrut n 00 II s 00 llOUU pat 3 fiS 3 00 lIo S red I 7- 1OhtXo S IIlhlllr ll ti OATS Xo 2 mixed M ItYK Xo2n 6- 1IlAChioI timothy nt3 23 MIXS IOliK Cill KAItl iv 0 73 HlTTTKIlCli dairy 1347 13 Choice crcnmcrv II 21- 1AtlL1SCli to fnlleyIVIOTATOKS Per brl 35I 50 TOIIACCO Xev SO cI0 00 Old 50 212 73 CHICAGO IlOlTIl 7WIIpJlent 3 iJ 3 70 In 72 Xo 3 Miring 62iCOI1NNti 2 u 3- 9OiNo 2 23y4f 21 53ii1OliKLAUD Steum 0 S3 6 NKW YOIIK- 1IOUU Win patent 163 3 WIIKAT Xo S red 61 7SS COKX Xo 2 mixed Qi 43 712H1OIJK Meus 12 30 613 23 JAItD Steum 1 7 27 IIAtTIMOI- UVlomt Win patent 3 C3 3 S3 WIIKAT Xo 2 red 05Vi 03 Vi Southern Iii ti 7- 2COIlSNo 2 mixed 41i 4PI OATS Xo 2 2S4 CAIIf1FIrtmlxe27UI 3 10 IlOGSWe8tcllI 610 INIJIANAIOLIS- WIIKAT Xo 2 red 7- 1ChtNNo 2 mixed 131OATS Xo 2 mixed f 20 10III8VILU- FIOtTIt Win pfitent 4 23 fig 4 5- 0WIIIU1o 2 red 72 COKXsMlxed ft ISy OATS Mixed IIfinUK Mess 6J13 00 LAUD SUaw M MI 7 00 VeA CihlrKK Slniletils Illi The death tale collegfi catremety how The itri t attention to the ii given cs cause PCP outside qf colleges js well ma loire br 1Jh awl strength Hoi tetters Stomach hitters in rerommrndcd mod hijtlll for preventing as well as curing bodily wcakncn is for the blood the nerves and all Momarh disorders arid ih dPIeJli3IUKiihnurkable Nti ii en Iii ill t t nI Jrs Rlowpsr A nrllltr1 in your employ an el n advcrtiicmcnl fur a Ii ale hOllrl- lJlreAlhlkcrThvl Is note than I can toy Why chat in you mean ou Me have no iio ltve proof of her honenty lint every time cent her 10I you with my bill to tire me monr Chicsgo lIvening Newi linfnes Cnnnot lie Cured local npiilitntioin nn they cannot reach the portion of the car There is only one way to cure deafness stud that is constitutional remedies Deafncrs Ii cauicil by an inflamed condition of the mu cous lining of the Kii tacliinn Tube When this tube gets inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing anti it entirely is the result and units lie Inflammation can be taken out And this tube restored to iU normal con itiolli liesrhig will he dcstiorcd forever nine cases of of l are aictl catarrh which H nothing but an inflamedcondition of the mucous siiifaccx We will give One Hundred Dollars fornny rape of DenfiieM coined II catarrh that tamnt bn cured bv Halls Catarrh Cure Sffid ft nISoul JIIIlII k Halls Tills alt tlm hut lie who can stand the little trials is fitted for the great trutahauiia Horn lIstis lire cannot IK too highly poken of Is tough turl1 W Oltricn 322 Third Air N Minricspolif inn Jan 0 1000 The ehironuikt iiMially kicks liim clf out of joint ltam Horn ALABASTIHE a durable and itutal cemeul ao wall coating in t IU paper packase rondo ready for me In fchlt and fourteen beautiful tint by mixing tilth cold water H Ii a cement that through prjeesj of setlinf hardens with age end can Utcontad and rocoated nltbout ttathlcg oIl Its old coats before ffbttilog iAlABASTiNEIs entirely tCUD all the TariouikalsomlnMoo tbo market elDgnurabio and not stuck on thn wall vilbKlae Alabastino customers should Inlst on huluK the Roods In poeliBffCt properly labeled They thonld reject all Imltatlom Tkeroii nothing just BI good ALABASTINE PrersuU much Icknew particularly throataod hung diflicultlrti ottrlbutablo to unanltanr costings on wails It has been recommended a 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Paris Exposition wns lint encsested we now have ready for the tint krienco Anrerlcaa Houvtnlr bpoona made There spoons are 01 beautiful design silver handlewith gold bowlon which U engraved the American and French coau of arms leach Spoon nicked in neat jewelers box To every sending DOC for OLe years sublc iptlon to TIrE JIOMB CotJRita we win send The exposition huuvenlr Spoon by mall prepaid free We will return money to any satisfied TIm COOBIEB U a splendid s page maniine for the home loriClFuhlonCl1meaFlowerFarmlnglOultrylJlrdaBe- Dome Medical Department COOkery Timbroldety and Uome want Scuooo new double value for his money Send stamps or silver subscriber and we are wllllnir to give everyone WANT AOKNTH 10 solicit for TUB HOME CODaUtBt using our Iarl EzpoelUon Souyenlr Spoon as e Premium Send Sccnts for aua shlp lng AlenU Sample Spoon and to to work for us You CIIn make 500 a day- CoD6deotlalteems to Ageuu Send stamps or silver Two cent Ump for sample copy I HOME COURIER PUBLISHING OX Dept At Glam Building Gnrlfina 0 i The Counties Madison County Poytoiitowiii Thero has been n great deal of sickness lioro for the past welt or twoMIBTohiu Harris has bent on the sick list for several days but is now improving James Derthorngo has just finished lanting corn and is now preparing for tale Thoro have been two Mormon elders in our midst for several days but no one soems to give thutu much eiicourngoment Mrs Mary Shearer who lIaR been quito ill for some time in able to ho out again Mrs Hobert Warner of Ulythwood was to guest of her mother Mrs Sarah Miller last Sunday Owsley County Kvcrsolo Albert Moore visited friends at liooneville Saturday anti Sunday Michael Gnbbanl went to Hoone villo Friday on business Itobeca Gabbard who has been Very ill we are glad to see out again Lucy Koynoldfl is visiting her sister Emma Coils of Indian Creek who is very ill Martha liejiiolds entertainnd a minibor of hor young friends at a wool puking last Thursday Belle G ihbard visited her sister Mrs Mattie Gabbard of Indian Creek lust Saturday and Sunday Fire caught out last Satunlay night whore Dudley Reynolds hind Leon burning rush and it caused considerable damage Clay County Bright Shade Joseph Smith huts a now stock of goods on hued Perry Braughtan of Buzzard Creek visited hero recently Nelson Smith and wife aro rojoic ing over a now boy Sampson Keen died with consump tion May Gth- William Smith of Knot county was here Monday trying to get a school for his daughter Kobt Green was hero from Flat Lick Saturday and Sunday of last weekJohn Smtillwood who is teaching Sunday School at Mud Creek says the school is growing in interest Jackson County Glover Bottom James Clicks baby is ill Isaac Dean has Lagrippe D M Click went to Drip Rock SaturdayC Ramsey of Berea passel through hero this week Thomns Clicksold a fine sorrel mare to Peter Powell Frank Hatfield killed a dog sup posed to have gone mad Thomais Hays of Winchester is with relatives here Mr Harmon Hotflold and family will visit relatives hero Saturday J D Hatfiold wont to Berea last Saturday to see his children Several of the boys aro attending court at McKee this week lion Win B Smith prominent lawer of Richmond went to MoKeo Wednesday Eva Click will return from school Tuesday to attend examinations Fri tiny and Saturday at McKee We have not yet learned the name of the now doctor who is to locate here soon Rev J G Parsons pastor of Kirby Knob church will louver sermons there Saturday and Sunday Allen Powell of Alcorn is seeking a place of resdonco near Mount Vernon Ho expects to sell goods there KodolDyspepsia Digests what you eat artificially digests the tood and aids Nature In strengthening and recon structing the exhausted digestive organs It is the latest discovered digest ant toniC No other preparation can approach It In cfllclcncy It stantly relieves and permanently cures Dyspepsia Indigestion Sour Stomach Nausea 81ckHcadacheGastralgiaCrainp81and all otherresultsof Imperfectdlgcstlon Prepared by E C D Wltt A Co Crjlcaasv SPECIAL DEPARTMENTS I THE HOME Killunl by Mns KATE II IUTJUM teacher In llcrcn College limo YuHNiir GrailtiatoH Loaf A Vassar graduate was presented to Mrs Harriet Ii Stowo nt till Twin Mountain louse somo years ago Anil vlint do you propose to do with yourself now t demanded Mrs Stowo 1 shall probably spend next winter in learning how to make broad answered the girl graduate who fortunately determined to sup pliinent the education she laud received at ViiKsar by learning how to cook GoodlIhl tho author of Uncle Tom Send mo a loaf whoa you have rondo one HIO added Time gradimto promised and several days litter as shun was leaving tho hotol Mrs Stowos farewell wits Now dont forget my loaf of brelldrllw graduate relates in tho Now York Tribune how sIll kept her promiso and tho result Mrs Stowo never know what a des perate struggle I hind to keep my promise anti yet preserve my college reputation for brains Denpito a rourffl of chemistry and my B A tho pratical problem of breadmaking developed aide issues of malgnant unexpictodneHS until I was fair to confess myself of nnhiimblochildkliko spirit give up theory and go and wit at tho fet of our miliitered Irish cook When I felt passibly eatistfied I sent off by expnss to Hartford loaf of what in the light of later achieve ments now consider very ordnairy bread but of which as a triumph of mind over matter I thou folt justly proudHow Mrs Slow o regarded it is shown by tho letter I received Irony her HARTFORD Sept 15 18 My Dear Bnivo Little Girl Bravo and courageous you are to take tho practical problem of bread by tho horns snaking yeast bread and all Well your loaf was servedat the HtipHrtnl lo and wo all hllilu slice and pronounced it excellent Let me whisper in your ear littlo girl that if that broad land stool five minutes longer it would have passed over tho invisible air line from perfection to HourneHS That in just like all human virtues There is n lien that if passel it spoilt Just enough firmness for instance is Christian virtue just a littlo moro is obstinacy Just enotigo obliging ness is n commendable grace just a littlo more is unprincipled subser viency There is oven BHWO are told a kind of anger in which there is no sin But who should get it jUt right t How soon it tunn overt Lot mo hopo for you that your bread and all your virtues may hit tho exact line But who should dare ask that of any one Your affectionate frielldI For Whooping cough Asthma IIIllli1cillOPrice 25 and BO cts S E Welch Jr A THE SCHOOL A Story Written In ova chIlcI fire lIlfefCnt mem of Utllo Dulco Literary Society OIIA1TKU II On mitering tho room Miss Hazel ton saw instantly that it was as Lucy hud sued Mrs lidworth sat at her writing desk with it sheot of paper before her and in leer hand tho letter trout William II Lucy says you wish to soo me Mho said hesitatingly Sho know that it WftK not nu easy mutter for a woman of so wensativo end retiring a suture as Mrs Kdworths to spank to anyone of hoi own personal troubles Yes was the reply1au know Him said that our son William is away at college You havo noticed and doubt less thought it strange that we never speak of him but it is Mr Ed worths request that wo do not mention tho boy And then tho mother told how William lead been tho pride of his fathers heart It seemed that tho ambitious hopes that ho hind once cherished for him self hUll been of lulu years for his only on- Tho hohOOlIof time lad was prom ising Ho was a dumlHOU audu good Htndent in fact ho always ranked at tho head of his elasxes but three years previous to this lieu William had formed a intimacy with a young man to whoso inthienco all attributed till great change in the try Ono mixdcmennor after another came to tho ears of tho father Mr Kdworth himself uisaman of noble character but of a disodtion nut at all fitted to deal with till short corn ings of this ltpmldSOli Intending to reprovo his MIII quietly for letting lack Reynolds loud him into so many wrong doings tho inter view had ended in angry words and tho father finally told tho sun that ho must luavo homo and work his WII for himself William went immedi ately to Ins mother but though tube intorvifdfd for hive till father fit mained firm in his derision Then it was that Mrs Kdworth hind insisted that her uon got to col legf that shin should furnixh n part of tho necessary moans and ho left homo confident that ho would soon regain his fathers confidoneo and strong in his mothers faith in him At college nil went well for song months tint William was foul of what ho termed n good time and had thoughtlessly joinedIVitll a number of his friends in lazing ono of tho new students William himself was new student and it must bo said in his vindication that ho did not know that the severest disap proval rested upon hazing and that expulsion from school awa ted tho offender I have told you all this Miss Hazel ton because you seam a young wom an of good judgement and although I have thought of n ntimlwr of plans for William I cannot think that Rimy one of three is entirely satisfactory Of ono thing only I am certain ho cannot como hose now I wish very unfelt that ho might with kind people notnowhoro who felt interested in welfare for ho will IH very dis couraged and I am afraid reckless just now Both women wore silent for some time when Julia HiiTolton looked up with almost o smile on her face cud said cheerily Mrs l worth I Im Hove I have a plan You know they call mo the general at homo and say that I plat the yearly campaigns nUll I do hope that this idea of miuo will help us out of the ditlicultly Continued neil week THE FARM Til 13 COW A Clan Kmojr at Itorvn College bjr KuvrARD DUNCAN Ominunf from tail urrt Clare tif time Jew Too much intention cannot bo giv en tho cow at calving She should be placed in a box stall by herself a week before calving whilo prior to this timo hho should have exercise but not excitement Watch for thu overt lint do not dittturh or inter ear unless something goes wrong anti assistance is WHetwary After calving givo n bucket of cool water into which have bent stirred one quart of bnm und meal Should the udder bo hard told knotty give n warm bran iimnh und Hpsoin snits Removo all milk from time udder mid oil time udder See that thu Ixiwel urn mov ing freely See if the appetite is Im proving watch of tho crows eyes us thrum is no butter indi cation of her condition Two great scourges of tilt dairy are abortion and ulilk fever Should thoroughdisinflltioli hhoulg take plocu lieforo another row takes the I11wo of the infected eel mal Milk fever is midden in attack rapid in iirogreM generally fatal and attacks t Il hetttiest unit richest milk ors Thu Hyinpteins are a twitching of the iiiuccleH of chit head failure to llftHIImUIlUflmilk and iiiheiiKihility of hind quart ers Keep a watch fur fortyeight hours after ualving for such nymp tours and if they appear 11111a self narv However in l oth ortion and 1111111mcure limo Cow Stable The Muhlu for till cow should light dry roomy warm cud well vuntelated Tim Htablu should lOU lain n dull for IIIOW storage room and bin for ledding and attached to the itablu tthould u maniiru shwl it is not best to linn n inanuru cellar under a row stall ristall nhould Im on a ground level anil not in base ment It bhotild have a high ceiling and it in all thu better if it extiiidx to the roof thus diHH iiNing with n loft over tile lOW stall for storage purjKMies About right hundred of air should ire allnwinl quitedesinthlountied and if a liberal Biipplv of bed ding is given shw keeps clean and healthy A box stall gives comfort and protection hut OD- Otaunot always ho hatlIIU1l ouo hiss to resort to tying up This method is tho one generally used w hem large numbers of cows arc kept and they situ usually given n three and onehalf foot stall hut whom thrro is but a single cow four or four and ouohalf feet are better There should bo a inanuro gutter behind time cow It should not Ire deep but should Ixi from ono sad onohalf to two feet wide Tho length from tie hythotance from the tio to limit gutter is too grunt time cows udder and holy will wane soiledunit dirty if too short limo cow will stand with hind fret in tho gutter Tho floor of the cow stall should slopo gently to tho rear two or two and onu Indies is sufficient Should an artificial floor bo made of gravel and cement or of brick it is well to cover it with a plunk llloor as tho cement and brick ant cold and damp and conductive to disease In front should bo a level feeling floor nuy part of which tho cow Tan easily roach Continued nut tIlIJ ACROSS THE COLLEGE OREN BEREA COLLEGE HAS 16 BUILDINGS nlIUIIYBEREA COLLEGEt IIWIOver 20 teachers 700 students from liO states Best Library In Kontiicky No Saloons DEPARTMENTS For those NOT sufllclcntly advanced to get u teachers certificate I Trade Schools Carpentry Housework 1riiitiiifr two years f II Model Schools propnring for Normal mid the mlvunced courses For those Hiifliclently advanced to got u teachers certificate III Funning nUll Agriculture gardening Blockraising forestry ototwo years IV Domestic Science Sowing Cooking etohro years V Normal Course for toachors tlireo years with practice teaching VI Academy Course four years fitting for College for business and for life For those more advanced VII Courses Philosophical and Literary Adjunct Departments VIII MusicRed Oruutl Choral free Vocal Piano Theory IX Boron General Hospital Two J x UlllO in tho caro of tho sick Boroa places the best education in roach of all s a moneymaking institution Its instruction is a free gift It aims to help those who value education ai help themselves rand charges a small incidental foe to moot expenses of the school apart from instniction Shunts must also pay for their board Expenses for term 12 weeks may within 21 about half of whltl wart be paid in advance Tho school is endorse by Baptists Congregationalists Disciples Methodists Presbyterians and good people of all denominations For iinonnation or friendly advice address the VicePresident GEO T FAIRCHILD LL D Berca Madison Co Ky