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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 2s 4CttttSt L 50c i Year Devoted to the Interests of the Home Scbool and Farm OOe a I VOL I BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MAY 30 1900 NO THE CITIZEN FutilUhcxI at the once ol TUB CITIZEN IJoreii Ky Etitcrtd at Uif rottoflrt at term Ay at ttconif dace maUmatttr IDEAS Activity in not always industry Onlor ill a mans grotilent need and his true well being Ainiiiol A life of pleasure is the most un pleasing life in the world Gold smith n a philosopher but amidst nil your philosophy Iw stIlla wan Ilumo Let us be of good choer remember ing that the misfortunes hardest to bear urn those which never happen Lowell Commencement Week Wednesday May 30 Memorial Day Friday June Anniversary of Lit orary Societies Saturday Juno 2 Academy Exhi bition Sunday June 3 Baccalaureate Sermon by Kir W H HCHDABD Auborn N Y Monday Juno 4 Address before Literary Sociotlea Tuesday Juno li Concert by Mus June 6 Commence ment Day Graduating Exerciell at 0 OOAil Commencement Address 130 P M by REV WALLACE Ncrmo D D of ProTidenc Rhode Island Foreign News Mrs Gladstone is reported critical ly illThe Princo of Wales has opened a bazar for the sufferers of the South African war- Lord Roberta infantry forces were within thirty live mile of the Vaal River on Thursday The dates for the Paris Exposition athletic games hue been changed in order to do away with contests on Sunday Prea Kruger has issued a procla mation asking the people of the Transvaal to tell him if they desire to continue the war or to sue for peace National News The Cuban census shows a loss in population duo to the war of 200 000In St Louis on Friday afternoon a street car was attacted by lays and men anti about ono hundred shots wore fired Oront crowds attended tho Boer meet tug in Washington addressed by Senator Wellington Bourke Cock ran tho Boer envoys and others Pros McKinley observed the total eclipse from the dispatch boat Dol phinrJolT tho coast of Virginia near Old Point Comfort Tho National Mothers Congress adjourned its session in Des Moines on Friday Tho congress expect to meet next year in Buffalo or Milwati kw Tho House passed n bill appropri sling rtX000 to roimburso Coufodor ntll soldeirs whoso houses and other property wore taken front them utter the surrender at Appomattox Kentucky News urn John Leach of Mt Sterling diml Saturday night from tho effects of Morphine The Kentucky Federation of11o mens Clubs is holding its annual session now at Coviiigton unity Confederate vntorens are ox peeled in Louisville this week to at 1tolid tho Confederate soldiers reunion The Buciiluureatu sermon was preached by Rev J II Garrison at tho Madison Institute on Sunday May 27- Col H P Potter of Bowling Groan banker died recently Mr Potter was a member of ono of tho oldest families in tho state There is some fear that tho Clay county funds will bo renewed There is strong fooling occassioued by tho Davidson and Philpot shooting r TODAYTIDE CITIZEN YeuILocals and Personals Bicycle for solo at CITIZEN Oilico F L Dickinson and several others wore here from Richmond to attend Field Day Dont forgot the Anniversary of Literary Societies at the Chapel Fri day night 0 P Green and wife of Winchest er are visiting friends and relatives in our midst George R Roberts a former stu dent of Boron of Hamilton 0 is hero for commencement Miss Maggie Elliott arrived in Bureu from Olrarliu yesterday on her way homo near Wallaceton John Burdotto arrived homo from Georgetown yesterday where ho has lOon attending school tho past five months An umbrella was loft in the Print ingoflica about May 21th Owner may have same by paying for this notice Deputy Sheriff Preston T A Rob inson awl C A VanWinkle were In Mt Vernon the first of the week as witnesses in tho Mullins case Bollards Snow Liniment cures Rheumatism Neuralgia Headache Sick Headache sore Throat Cuts Sprains Bruises Old Sores Corns and all pain and Inflamation The most penetrating liniment in tho world Price 25 and CO eta S E Welch Jr The Ladies Glee Club gave a lawn party and spread at tho Conservatory last Monday evening to which they invited the Gentlemens Glee Club In constipation Herbine affords a natural healthful remedy acting promply A few small doses will usually be found to so regulate the ex cretory funtious that they are able to operate without any aidwhatever Price CO eta S E Welch Jr Rev T H McWhinney Daytoa 0 a trustee of the College has been giving some interesting and helpful talks and sermons at the Chapel the past week Many a fair young child whose pallor has puzzled the mother until she has suspected rightly her darling was troubled with worms has regained the rosy hue of health with a few doses of Whites Cream Vermifuge Price 25 cte S E Welch Jr Some wellknown sportsmen with their noted fox dogs leada good chase on Blue Lick Knob last Satur day night and after an allnights ramble they wound up on the trail of a rabbit John Van Winkle representing tho Wrought Iron Range Coor St Louis was in Boron over Sunday visiting friends and relatives Ho left Monday for his home iu Oakley Ky where he will upend a few days Unless a woman eats sufficient nourishing food she can neither gain nor keep a good complexion Food when digested is tho ham of nil health all strength and all beauty Herbine will help digest what you eat and give you the clear bright beautiful skin of health Price CO and 75 cts S E Welch Jr Nothing has ever been produced to equal or compare with Tabltirs Buckeye Pile Ointment as a curative and healing application for Piles Pissiiros blind and bleeding exter nal or internal and Itching and Blooding of tho Reehtum Tho relief ill immediatu and cure infallible Price Oct in bottle tube 75 cts S B- Wlch Jr Recruits- A S Fleming First Liout 6th Artillery IJecruitiiig Officer nt Lex ington Ky has just received orders from tho War Department to recruit fur tho following regimento Heavy Butteries Int Artillery Fort Barracks Florida 2nd Infantry Fort Thomas Ky Also recruiting for regiments now in the Philippine Islands these recruits will ho sour to tho Preside San Francisco Cal Applicants dos siring to remain in this country will be sent to Columbus Barracks Colum hue Ohio and may bo assigned to either Cavalnry or Infantry A substation is at Ashland Ky which will remain open until June 80th next d A PROCLAMATION w c I ECONOMY for the Spring and Summer ISeason in Mens and Boys Fine Stylish M- adcCLOTIIIIiG I areprelared to cloth you with the ruweet prlced rightly made absolutely allwool Clothing In America Rightlymade u It It of famous Vitals Brand the only readytowear Clothing Tailored on a trlctly demise baste In clean well Tcntllatcd workroom Perfect fitting and wear rcaleting became the Itinlde the 1 Vltali1 the very life o the garment li carefulnevi Iu making represents the ex pcnillture of time and thought and U a decided contrast to the tailoring seen In ordinary ready to wear Clothing The Fabric that we show are the very newest deaigue that will Iw seen this season Many confined excluilrely to 1IllIlhe face of I the above hcti The inont extraordinary feature combining our great offer U that we par and do Bell our Clothing at LESS MONEY e- ThanI eloewhere now can we afford to sell such highgrade Clothing lor lens money than cUewbere Our answer It pure and simple aura li a modern store constructed itrlctly on progressive plant our Clothing U told on the smallest margin of profit depending on a large volume or bu lncu The more Clothing we sell the greater our purchailng power tho lower our prices thatf the story In a nut heu- lo COVINGTON MITCHELL Jf RICHMOND KENTUCKY ns v a 6Za6Z 26Z6Zf2a Field Day Tho rain last Thursday made it necessary that Field Day be put off until the following day The delay however did not detract from the success of the occasion and the rain only freshened and enlivened every thing for the next day A good crowd gathered at tho fair grounds early in the day aud everything went off better than had probably been u pooled Tho band added much to the pleasure of the occasion and the boys are to be congratulated on the good music they furnished The winners and reoords of events were as follows 50 yard dash 1st Humphrey 2nd Suffern Tim 6 sec Shooting matchrifle 1st Begley 2nd Walker Shot puttat Tye 2nd Tinsley Distance SO ft 11 in 100 yard dMhlst Humphrey 2nd Suffern Time 10 45 sec High kicklet Oabbard 2nd Hubbard Distance 7 ft 4 im Chinning the barTie Chapman and J C Chapin 12 times each 120 yard hurdle 1st Berry 2nd Tye Time 17 sec Base ball distance 1st Pearl 2nd Washburn Distance 277ft 2in Milo runlet Berry 2nd Field Time 5 min 7 15 sec 220 yard dash 1st Humphrey 2nd Stiffen Time 21 45 sec Standing broad jump 1st Berry 2nd Spink Distance 9 ft 6 in Running broad jump1st Spink 2nd Begloy Distance 17 ft 1 in 110 yard dash 1st Tin loy 2nd Humphrey Time H8 45 sec Running high jump1st Berry 2nd Tye Distance 4 ft 9 12 in Running hop step and jump1st Berry 2nd Tyo Distance JJ9 it 9 12 in- Standing high jump 1st Berry 2nd Williams Distance 4 ft 112 in One half milo wOUtlllt Chapin 2nd Embree Time1 min IB 45 sec Baseball at mark 1st Murphy 2nd Beqtty Milo relay race Duncan House teamTennis game winners Lodwiok Wad Paddock Base ball gamo winning team No 1 Score 18 to 12 Berry won tho gold medal tho prize for points while Humphrey came second and Tyo third Alpha Zeta Society received a prize staff froth tho Utilo Duke Society for winning more points than either of the other societies Dennisons Specialties are needed in every place of business and nearly every home At the Printingoffice We are In receipt of a program and an invitation to attend the an nual commencement exercises of the High School of Milroy Pa for which we are indebted to Prof J T Baker of that institution and who presents tho diplomas to the graduat ing clasa of six members We also notice on the program that Roy C Rexford Raymond A M Professor in Berea College is to address the class The invitation and program are very neat Ordained Last wok w receivedmarked copies of the Oberlin News contain ing a full account of the ordination of C Rexford Raymond The ser vices were held at the Second Con gregational church in Oberlin The following is from the NewsClMr Raymondwill go to Berea Ky and divide his time between teaching in the college and university extension work among the people of the moun thin regions after graduating from the Seminary next week Having devoted considerable t me to that workand other lines of public speak ing ho is well prepared for success ful career and it may be expected that he will make a good record T A ROBINSON JEUIUD 0meur Do your eves give you any trouble What a horrible sensation you exper ienced when you looked upon that unfortunate blind mmi old realized hit deplorable condition Have you over thought of youself thought that by you persistent carelessness you might some day have tho stone uHiiction Unless by accident blindness al ways comes one wRyhy neglect Eyes become weak you strain them They become weaker you continue your carelessness at lust it is too late your case is hopeless no help no cure Come in today I will examine and toll you just what is needed free Then if you like I will sup ply you at reasonable prices T A ROBINSON Jeweler and Optician BEItEA KY 4 r AN INDEPENDENT 1 J1 WEEKLY FOR CASK priceshaveCASH trade You can buy more goods for CASH than on credit w Call and examine our large stock of Women and Mens fine Footwear and Gents Furnishings 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 it that tee flOW have customers in all parts of the State When you want Anything in the monument linerLet us know and ue will send you designs and prices Headstones 600 up to any amount I Marble and Granite Monuments At prices to suit the times Material and work firstclass JOHN HARWOOD Propz Berea Ky Vpw1R 1IreparecIFor Sale 871 acres good Estil county land Young peach orchard and some apple trees Small cottage and out bindings Good limestone spring lasts all summer Land lieu four miles southeast of Panola railroad station and seven miles southwest of Irvine Address W D Smith Box 204 Berea Ky or 324 Wells St Chicago 111 J C MORGAN Dental SurgeryOffice Hours Stole A If I los P M National Bank Building Richmond Ky 62800 DENTAL SURGERY A WILKES SMITH D D S Smith Building Main Street Richmond Ky Telephone Ileildrnce No Office No 001 f PTICMTC TRADE IMARaS 1 OBTAINED FREENoUceCtarp moderate No fee Ull paten U secured AddreL C KodolDyspepsia Digests what you eat It artificially digests the rood and aids Nature In strengthening and recon structing the exhausted or It is the latest discovered digest ant and tonic No other preparation clan approach It in efficiency It instantly relieves and permanently cures Indigestion Ileftrtburn NanseatSIckall other results ot Imperfectdlgestlon Prepared by E C DWttcCoCrjcuou t WHITES CREAMIWalla Quantity CENTER STREET ART GALLERY- C I 000 Proprietor OptoDate Photos nothing But TM Best Finish at the Lowest Prices 6 a BURTON The Photographer SUPPLIESFineViews about Berea a specialty 62800 C Fe HANSONS LIVERY62800 You Want GOOD GLASSES IF YOU WANT THEM AT ALL Glamoi that are not properly adjusted to your eye are actually dangerou I know It and you ought to know It I will not attempt to suit glatsvi to your eye until I know what li needed Eyes examined free A Nice line of tforeltiea in JEWELRY T A ROBINSON Jeweler and 62800 Optician LEWIS A DAVIS Medicine and Surgery Berea Ky Office in Hanson Bid 12300 E B McCOY Dentist Berea Kentucky 6Ht j IAPILE CURE A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 76 CENTS Borria 60 CEHT 3A JiDsoHProirietw 36 rjiL 3 t sT LOUIS ML r I 1T i 1 THE CITIZEN A WKKKLY NKWSlAPKU IIEUKA KKNUTKY thin William colored died near roniRvlllo Aln recently nt the ngi of 122 years She was born in Virginia and claimed to have seen Vnshlngton several time She lived to see live gcnviiitlnn of her own Her young put son who is 85 years old bought the cofllu and shroud A huly named Alexnnder Tina horn appointed nnd confirmed posttiinstci of Kliabctliton Carter county Penn The word postmaster Is used ad visedly for the government does not officially recognize such n title ns postmistress Miss Alexander hears the curious Christian name of Se Doll a The thousand ut pilgrims who annually mime their way from Nash ville Tcnn to the Hermitage where Andrew Jackson and his wife stop Hill soon have railroad nceonimo lii lions for their benefit The number of visitors to the Hermitage has in creased to such proportion that a spur railroad has become n necessity One of the most unique laws ever passed will shortly go into effect in Winchester V Va The city coimcM of that place passed n law requesting every clllxcn to pour kerosene oil OP every open pool and that every open rain barrel shall have the spigot at the bottom The town Is infested with mosquitoes and the law was passed In order to snake the place an attrac the resort for summer boarders F M Spawn aged 19 n school teach er nt Alto Pass HI has exploded nil pschyologienl theories regarding the rapacity of the limiirui stomach by eating and drinking in one evening in addition to Ms regular supper one can of tomatoes one can of pens one ran of sardines seven glasses of soda water and two quart bottles of tem perance drinks This is only one of ninny like achievements by which he hns astonished his ncqualntances Czar Nicholas II has presented to the French government n moslnc map of France in precious stones which will be exhibited nt the Paris exhibi tion The map is one meter square nnd is framed in slatecolored jasper The sea Is represented In light gray marble the departments in jasper of various colors nnd the rivers tit pint inn in The names are inlaid in gold and lOG towns are marked by Hems Paris being represented by n diamond George Foster Robinson who saved the life of Secretary of Ktnte when Lewis Payne a member of llootli gang attempted to assassinate him at the tame time that Booth slug Lincoln is still living in Pomona Cal He was serving ns a guard in the sick clamber of Seward when Payne wh land overpowered Sewards son brok Into the room He received the thank of congress and was promoted fron- the rank of private to that of major A cloud of bugs was recently re sponsible fo the calling out of the Trenton fire department The bugs were gathered around the steeple of the Fourth Presbyterian church in such numbers and at such n distance from the ground that a passerby mistook them for smoke nnd sent in an nlnrin When the lire department rrltetion the scene Chief Men with the nlil of a fund glass discovered the mistake nnd the fire companies returned to thelrjiouses- tOr rirtIe south products on an average of 10000000 to 11000000 bales of cotton representing including the cottonseed n valuation of from R1S0 000000 to 400000000 This enormous crop Is produced on 3 per cent of the total area of the cotton region Of the entire eotton growing territory of the couth only 20 per cent is now in unproved mad It is possible with new loud added to the cotton grnwing area and with more scientific cultivation to increase our cotton pro duction to 100000000 bales The eyes of the world are turned to the Paris exposition as the great civic event of the closing century its progress thus far has justified the prophecy tint it will bo visited by evenly millions of people represent lag all the nations of the earth dur ing the summer months Its indus trial and art exhibits its architecture find Its beauty make It easily Hie first In rank of nip the expositions thus far held It Is gratifying to know Mint the American people aside from France occupy the largest space Senator Hoar is one of the wittiest HS well ns one of the most learned men in public life and an Inveterate punster Not tang ago he was joined In the corridor of the capitol by a formor colleague in the senate and ns they approached the entrance to the senate chamber Mr Hoar motioned his companion to pass in first After roll said the exsenator drawing back politely No indeed retorted Senator Hoar tic XH always go be fore the wise Work of the Chicago city directory enumerator for 1900 shows the popuI button of Chicago Is not less thnn 2 901000 The directory estimate in soIconservative that the national census white commences lime and ends June 15 will probably show a higher figure than thin by some 20000 Tho Increase In population between 1SOO tail 1900 has been practically 1000000 total not surpassed by any city InIthe country except New York her extraordinary pains were made through anpc ttton of ncighboriou tmltprr THE OLD WARMIN PAN Nlae oclock end upstairs oh the breath frceilng room With Itll nudllU silence and tangible gloom I Ob the snivels and dreads of that tor tuous hnll Where we bumped our poor heads on the down sloping wall And the demons that danced down our candlelight lane Tt the squeaky quadrille of the old wiath ervanel nut ah every terror each recess of dread We forgot In the depths of our billowy bed- When snuggled therein on the slnkaway In planIWarmln Pan a A we11 won protection from bogies and ghosts Fnm the farthest confines they mlgh- marhal their hosts Out no spook In the whole vast domain of Upstairs Could approach undented this the surest of lairs Deep down In our feathers twlxt laven dered sheets Peeking over the counterpanes regular pleats We laughed all the bugaboos square In the face Till they mak their retreat In tho hush of disgrace Poor things they were awful but blame them who can For no doubt they begrudged us our Old Warmln Pan Oh the Old Warmln Pant How tho memo odes hold Those days were of sliver those nights were of gold And each homely object my childhood held dear Has grown to an idol through many a year The starlight the stillness the frost gleaming pane The welrdweavinc shadows the winds low refrain The hand at the door and the step In the hall The low gentle sound of tho motherly call For the lack In the child Is the love In the man- Toward the genius that wielded the Old Warmln Pan Art Wheelock Upson In Chicago Time Herald Copyright by F Tennyson Iieef- yJXIILCoxttxrtnCHAPTKK Dut with the edict that no more troops should be sent carne comfort the souls of these bereaved ones Transports would not go without troops and Mrs Frank could not g o without transports the journey wa far too expensive They wished her no thetaorejoicetthat she nary- were actually beginning to feel n bit charitable toward her when the Queen lionolunenews ismcamp ficcrn Hilly Gray was down with brain fever and there hud been n furious scene between him end his peppery colonel before the breakdown and by that same steamer Mrs Garrison laud got a letter that land made her turn white and tremble us Mrs Stockman law and told and then slant herself up In her room an entire day Now for nearlyn fortnight the lovely guest had been daily hinting that she really must go home dear Witchlc was surely tired of her and Witchlc disclaimed and protested and vowed site could not tine without her devoted friend limit then had come that letter and with It a change of tone and tactics Witchic ceased to remonstrate or reprove Mm Stockman mid the latter felt that she must go and Witchie contented with out demur In no pleasant mood Armstrong mounted and trotted for the east gate The road was lined with camps and sot unteers at drill Vchlclci were fret quently moving to and fro limit the sentry at the entrance had kept track of them nnd in response to question answered promptly and positively Mrs Garrisons carriage had not come that way lint sold he the wagon with the ladys baggage did I saw the name on te trunks The colonel turned In saddle nnd coolly surveyed him Do you meat Mrs Stockmans name he asked in quiet tone How many trunks were thereOh sonic of them might have hart Mrs Stockmans name sir but time two or three that taw were marked SL G This was unlooketh for news To her nextdoor neighbor Mrs Garrison had iiid nothing about going away with Sir Stockman and Armstrong had grave need to see her and to tire her at snce The train for los Angeles did not leave until evening Ponlbly they were Irnching somewhere spending the afternoon with friends in town He rode direct to headquarters Some of the staff might be amble to tell was his theory mind one of them justified it Did I happen to meet Mm Garrison Yes I just saw her aboard the China Aboard the China exclaimed rlll strong With a sudden thrill of excitement Dyou mean slum Is going Didnt ask her They were hustling everybody ashore and 1 had only time to glue dispatches to the purser but she was on deck with friends when IIcame away People wondered that day at the peed with which the tall ollicer fol lowed by Ills oldnltlettered away down Market street In less that trim minutes Armstrong was at the crowd d pier tend pushing through the throng the Chinas stage Too late Al rcnoy it suns swung aloft the HIICK were just louse and the lunge black mus- scal just beginning to bark lluwlv from Itmi moorings The rail of the prom monde deck swarmed with faucet sonic radiant some tearful Words of ndlcu fluttering kerchiefs waving bonds tossing flowers were there on every side Two officers Honolulu bound shouted Armstrongs name and n cheery good by but he did not seem tr hear A gentle voice the voice of all others he most longed to hear repent cd the name and strove to call nttcn tion to his gesticulating comrades on the upper deck but he was deaf to both Kagcrly anxiously Incredulous ly he was searching along that crowded roil and all on n sudden he saw her Yes there slue stood all gayety grace and animation stylishly gowned Writ wastwas smiling nil sweetness all confiding trusting joywith just n little of unipli too and a tinge of sentimental sorrow In the parting Apparently it was all for him for lure blue eyes never IIIHIIthrnwith the daintily gloved little hand and leaning far down over the roll lowering it toward him ns much an pOSt Bible she finally tossed to him stand lug there stern anti pcllhound n bunch of beautiful roses she hud torn Irons her corsage It flU almost nt his feet for in his astonishment nnd till lingwrath he made no effort to etch It A man stooping quickly rescued and handed it to him Mechanically he sold Thank you nnd took It n thorn pricking deep Into the flesh n s he did so nod still his eyes were fixed on that fairy form now surely swiftly gliding away nnd over him swept the consciousness of utter defeat of cxns gentian of dismay even ns he strove to fathom her motives in thus singling him out for such conspicuouseven nf fcctlonatc demonstration Triumph nnd delight he could have understood but not not this semblance of cash dential relations not at least until he felt his nrm grasped by a cordial Laud heard his name spoken by a friendly voice mind Mr Primes pleasant in quirt Have you no greeting forol her friends Then time hot blood mistiest to his face and showed even through the brone ns turning lilt troubled eyes met full the clear placid gaze of Amy Lawrence IC111Tlm XIV MM October The Quean o f the Fleet the finest transport of the IMciflc airy lee thronged with boys In Miu il last ordered on to Manila lay tit the wharf at Honolulu awaiting liercinmanilcr orders to cast loose In Mmng forve and with stentorian voices the Prime ovul Dudes joined in rullicklrvg chonu to the crushing accompaniment Ike ir band rand when they could ink time to rest the crowd echoes set upii rher spotlessswhite forming huge and melodious cir ell on the wharf tird with the anus clans trout the slates in the tjiirjl mind swing of their stirring airs Alnlin Oct Aloha Oe chorused tho urging throng afloat and ashore as wrciilhs and garlands the iris of the ulniilti were twined or hung about tunic fa vorite officer or favored man Thf troops still hold to tcrticc in Huunii shouted goodwill and gold by to lho c ordered on to the Phtlipplue Tin Dudes of tin Quern and helaci Horn time prairies and the niountainson oilier transports anchored In the deep but narrow harbor yelled soldlcrlJcon dolrncc to those to stay The steam of tin scape pipe ronul loudly and belched dense white oluwU on high swelling time uproar Ducky little Kanaka boys diving for nickels and paddling tireless about the ship added their shrill cries to the clamor The captain in his natty uniform of blue and gold stepped forth upon the bridge to take command mud robed his bunded cap in recognition of the con stunt cheer from the host ashore and the throng of blue shirts on he furl castle head Then manse another shout as u veteran ofllcer in the undress uni form of n general appeared iimn tint sacred bound and bowing to the cross was escorted by the captain to the end overlooking the nnlniattd scent below and then the signal was given the heavy lines were east o and hauled swiftly in the massive screw lirgHn slowly to churn time waters nt the stern and gently almost imperceptibly at first the Queen slid nonclciisly slung the edge of the dock to the accompani ment of a little valley of flower nml garlands tossed from eager hands and a cheer of godspeed from the swarm of upturned feces Ami then then up rose another shout a shunt of mingled merriment surprise and applause fur all on a sudden there darted up the stairway from the crowded promenade deck to the sacred perch nlmvc defiant of the lettered warning wlas Migeri are not allowed upon the bridge a dainty vision in filmy white and nil in the next moment there tippcarcd at the generals side smiling bowing blow hug kisses waving adiiuv ill sparkle animation radiance and rejoicing n bewitching little figure In the airiest loveliest of summer toilets The 1It11I Cross nurses on the fled below oord at one nnothcr and gasped Two brave army girls wines of wounded ofllccm In the Philippines who by special dispen sation were making the voyage on till Queen glanced quickly at each otllrlI and said nothing audible The gen eral lifting Isis cap but looking IlIlthI deprecation and embarrassment fell hack nnd gave ids place at the whlllI rail to the new arrival and colored high when slue suddenly turned and took ills arm The captain trying nut to see herI or to appear conscious or this Infrac lion of u stringent rule and Invasion of his dignity grew redder as he shouted rapid orders mind swung his big hlalltlI ful ship well out Into the stream The guns of the Hcnnlngton boomed n deaf ening salute as tho Queen turned her sharp nose toward the open and almost the last thing Honolulu suns of her human freight was tlir tiny iluinty svlrtspii litO flurc iu SYJltc wgulp a spotless kerchief In fond farewell Once ulcer of time narrow entrance the Wig troopship heeded westward toward the setting sun shook free the reins ns It were and followed by less favored craft sped swiftly on lien way Wltchle Garrison the latest addition to the passenger list entirely at house If not actually In command Leaning on the generals arm nn hour later and deftly piloting that bewil dered veteran up and down tilt breery deck she cnme just its she had planned to conic face to face tamer more with Stanley Armstrong Well the knew that under the escort of that exalted rank sir was safe from possibility 1of cross question or Interference Well she knew thnt hnd he hemmed of her stud then determination to go to Honolulu she could not have escaped stern inter rogation possibly something averse 1nod her heart failed her vthcn sir real lull that the man who hail gaugtil her shallow nature years Infore mm hed n lash over her head in Hie shape of the paper thnt tunil vanity hind prompted her to write and scud to the olllrrr of the guard the tiny thnt Steuart snllrtl What nmdneis It wns indent yM how could slut hue dreamed It would fall into the Wands of tilt man of ell others she feared smith respected the our man who haul he but cared could j cars ago hnve hind her lure the man w hOthc came he cared not had won her hate And now tint h held or had lurid this paper nothing less than a forged order In her husbniidi name as side deramp to Gen Dray ton the could have cow ered at hula fret In her terror of him yet braved him with smiles sweetness and gnvety with arch merriment stud joyous words quitting for the moment the generals arm that slur might ex trod to him hath her little white gloved lands Gravely he took the left In his left while with tit right ht ruined his forage cap In combined salute to the woman and to his suirrlor otHcer Gravely nud almost Instantly he re leased It And lUtctH In helpless pa tience to her torrent of playful Mortis but liis ryes stun on time general face as though he would ask could he tin general know the true rlmrnrter of the woman he bud honored above all lair sisterhood on hoard in thus taking her to the bridge whereon neither oflieer nor man tar nurse nor army wife had presumed la set foot In all tltlx davn1 man from San Francisco as though lit uoiild ash If tlipgcnrral knrw Jut what she was this blithe dainty winsome little thing that nestled so confidingly Indeed so snugly close to Isis list lernl sir nntl who hud virtually luken Missri ololi of him in time face of nn en JOIIH and not too silent cir le of her own vex Truth to tell the chief would rather hate scatted Ile wa but an QUtIIIlnqIsvriling in hula lnnrrconsciousnrs tong Ing fur cracked let and thampagne He hunt kniiwn her lust the few llir QiHru rrmiinr in port tuaUI dIe1II pivpuriiifj fur he on won voyage tin Gourd Paciflr lint a grui function try of the general government had told aim n inthctic tale the very day of his first peep al the 1oval Hawaiian hotel lath given hint n capital iHnnerai that farcnns hostelry whereat hc DIIIflllI- n dun tiling shire and In a lUiw of spirits simply IrrrsJutlUl Her tttllle of wit bald made him roar wilh delight her mluaieryof our or t wo ronvlrntioun Iud tuidiilaifd dames who bad come OUT on the Queen hound as nurses for Manila Wad tickled him In the serge of apoplexy Itul when lalrr she tucked him limit time coolest earner of time lannl with the plash of fountain close at lined anil the sweet untie ofller gcrs famous band Ilonlingsofllyaim the messing air and laid him how her father land loved In talk of Was the gen male dash smith daring In the great duI of the great war and left him on to tell of lib cninmlgnK in time Hliennn dosh anti time west listening with di hafted ryes anti parted lips ibenm pnignrr himself watt captivated and she hail War will A great waster hail told him how the had come thither lo nurse n gallant young officer in her husbands regiment how she lad pulled the boy through the perils of liraln truer until he was now causal escent nnd going on to rejoin hili com rades III Manila and slit she was pining lo roach her husband now serving on hen Drnytons steal Other women were nlmaril the Queen mull not lien 7rabli find room for hrr It is Imrd for a soldier to refnsr n pretty wonmii or n prominent member of the commit tee on military affairs There was not a Niarl stateroom on the ship Officers were sleeping three or four in n room so were the livl Cross nurses and the two array clues already iilxmrd haul been assigned a lithe cubbyhole of a main in which only one could dress nt a time There were only two apart nicnu on the big craft thnt were not flllrd lo their cajiaclty Ihe room occu pied by that sea moiiHrih the captain and that which from having Item the optomThe piano had been wheeled out on deck the writing table stowed away and n flat new wide brass bedstead with dainty white ctirfnlns and nuns quito luau a large bureau noel a wash stand hail been moved In anal these with easychair electric fnns electric lights and abundant nit mrde It the most desirable room on till r lilp Kvcn Armstrong colonel comiimnillng the troops aboard wn compelled fo share little cabin with his nijntnnt IIl1dI the generals aides wcrr bundled 111111I ThlrlIno rison aboard csptirtnllv when It was tonal that the pamengir list was to be Increased by three n surgeon and two olllcers going forward from Honolulu tine of hear was our old friend nail once llKhtrheartcd Hilly Gray now r nrly convalescent hilt wrak nnd nliItlllGuidtee feverishly ginger to get on In Manila All thin WIll explained to the senator It was uven suggest ft that there wits room for Mr liwrUgu ou tit 101l1 i n lawn n safe old tub If she eras sine but Mrs Frank looked so pathetic and resigned when this arrangement was suggested that no one haul the hardi hood to actually dwell upon It nnd the senator MM It wan n shame to thinkof it With whom of her own sex couul she associate on that long hot voyage nhcai of them Why not transfer some of the lied Cross nurse to the Louis lane Mrs Garrison hall noobjectlons but they had and the surgeon In charge made prompt nnd vigorous pro test lie laws Mrs freak nnd she knew him mid did not In the least de spair Slur still had n plan There was n cozy dinner one eteningjust the evening before the departure of the Queen and the gallant captain of the slip the veteran general the quarter master In charge of transportation the member of the senate military commit tee sonic chnrmlng girls but none so charming an Mrs Garrison were of Ihl party There was some sentiment and much champagne ns n result nf which nt one a m the bighearted sea monarch aforementioned sworn by tljr buries of his ancestors In the slimy grasp of Navy Jones that that sweet little woman shouldnt have fo 10 abegging for accommodations on ship If the general would condescend to move lint his room by thunder hed sleep up In his foulweather den next the chart room and Mrs Garrison iiotl bless hercould take time generals room mind lx queen of the ship queen of time Queen queen of queens by lupitcr nod heres her Wealth with all honor A soldier of course could be no less gallant than n sailor cape cially as the captains rooms was n bit better than the lloudolr nnd had nn lee chest nnd contents that the veteran campaigner was bidden to consider hIs own The agreement was clinched that very night before the party broke up and little Mrs Prank shed tears of gratitude inset the generals coat sleeve and threw kiss after kiss to the handsome sailor an able hung over time balusters of the broad veranda and waved them nwny In their shiti run ning cnbs and then danced olT In her room and threw herself on the Led aft er a mod pirouette about time spacious nMtrtinent nnd laughed nail laughed until real tears trickled front her eyes and then gave orders to Iw culled nt seven oclock Site meant to be up and alsoard that ship with all her luggage before sense old repentance could come with the morning sun brfnin IbllltilhiTo the amne of the women already aboard to the grave annoyance of Col Armstrong In the of jxHir Hilly lay anti the umulucmievuia merriment of several youngsters on the commis sioned lid Sirs Frank Gnrrlcon the latest arrival became sole ooMipnnt of the finest room on the ship and It suns n loiter of lilies nnd tropical fruit and day she sailed owar IToof Honolulu Ha Conlfnunl FOR illS FRIEND ta Indnnrr of heroic sett Sarrlflo In the lliimhlrr Vnlk ot life Tames llrown nail Harry Ice were the- closest of friends They were pnlntrrs by tradr nnd unmarried lames llrown hoarser non the only supHirl of nn In valid mother the fact being well known to Harry The two young men were nt work up on one of the high buildings of the city For some reason Harry had occasion to descend to the ground and there no heed for the first time how Insecure was lames position At the same mo ment he was horrlflcdto see him losing his footing As quickly ns thought ran work Harry remembered time Invalid mother and stepped In nn Instant directly into time spot where James would drop und braced himself Ily something like n miracle hn stir ceeded In hilts purpose of rescue When the two men were brought Irvin the Flower hospital In New York It was discovered thnt Harry hnd not received fatal injury and that tames for whom he lad risked his life was std frying chiefly front the breaking of both wrists and the bones of tine ankle llirry who was the first to be well enough to report for duty found n pleasure III ruining for the Invalid moth cr of lily friend as if he were her son The Pastas of the hospital who alone here tiwnrr of the facts report nn ex pression of gritllude upon the fare of lame whenever Harry visited him dur ing MR convalescence n look that rv pressed more than human eyes are nc ciistomrd lo sec or human hearts to re vcnlNcw Voice A Mhnri llrlirl- A wellknown dean of Norwich tells the following good story iigalnst himself Some few weeks ago he came to n stile in n Held which was occiiplrd by a farm pad who was eating his bread und bacon luncheon The boy made no attempt to nllow Ids reverence to pass so was duly lec tured for Ills lack of manners You serum my lad to be better fed than tauglitt Very likely answered the Ind slice ing olT a piece of bacon Cot trainmen 01 but 01 feeds mesclf London An ewers rime Mrrelfnl Moliirninn The fellow coming out of that sa loots owes his life to me said time Hrooklyu motorman to the new hand to whom he was teaching the business flows that naked time beginnerai he piled till the passengers to the front of the car by n quick movement of the brakeOne night explained the motor mail he was lying hclplett nerou the congiertIhic Cnrloillr Pave Life A raCkaAe miirkfd quinine was fferetly sent to a woman belnB curious rime took it to a dniRRist who Mill il wns pot quinine hut arsenic A like inquiry into some the medicines altered will certainly detect till later from the true I or a eenturv llo tett r Stomach litters hit been ciirinn indigestion conilhwUlon dys never oncefaileddr Try it if you tee svcak amid tired Reniilnr lilliiiUin The lrssumittflint waiter n awfully flow within those dices Miidwiehr The OptimiIOhlIlnr mind Tlic tango we wait grows the cheese Indi intpohs Ircw- Do Your Iert tchr anti llnrnf hake into your hoet Allens FootKate a powder for the fret It niakct tight or er Shoes Katy Cute Cirn Itching Swollen lint CallAu Stnnrtmg Sore anI 8vrait Feel All llruggu and She Stores 111it 2k Sample tent FltKlv Address Allot S Ulnuied Lr Hoy X Y Thr lolilrii llnlr In Trani AVlicn nun learn to do unto others at they would have other do unto them hone trade ing will hate become one of the lot artt UrCaloli Nets a n WMelverTuikeKee Alawrale Our childs bowel were 11011111 pure blood nod all l1tiona railfll to relieve her until wq tried Teetluna teething ruwdert lOll she it now doing well rIf you feel tint yon mutt ncntioaally yield In the lemptathn to till a ono to big that no one will belle a it AlcaiMn Globe Dropsy treated free Dr II IL Greens of Atlanta flue Ktentrtt droHV itvecialiU m till world Hed their tisement in another column of this tutor Some men teem to think ber iit ttll1I11 ervation it the lint law of salary it it nliltU lo keep themselves Militantly soaked in slcoliol Cbu io Daily News- I am sure Pisoi Cute for Cooiumntlen need my life three rategoMn1meIo- bbin Maple Street l Feb 17 1000 An old barkrlor flip tbat wkn n mA- nhunt trntifh wrr hi should marry Chicago ljir Sews All goods are Mtko U IVrsiM FAPttrM nUll as then rotor nil fibers ut one botHuj Hold by all drtmggtts Miuprnt me It inver repAJd Chieftjo Democrat MorningTiredness Is serious eoniplamt Its a scarring that should lie heeded ItIt difTerent from an honest tired feeling It u a sure sign ol poor blood You ran ewe it l y nuking your Wood neb sad pure with hoods tfat upariila That II what other people do thouundt of them Take a few Iwlllet of this medicine now and jou Mill not only get ridof that week languid eibtuilcdj feeling but it will taste you fed Melt all through the summa Tlrod Footing I had that tired feet and did nft have Ilfor amliilion loae romplitli my mual amount of hou bold work11wlersapersau gar mt relief sada cured a nlas teid ney Iran Merriit Dowsgj Mih Hoods Sarsaparilla Is the Bed Mtucie M rry Can Bay ABSOLUTESECURiTY1 wCenulne Carters Little Liver Pills Muot Boer Signature of 70See Pac 3lmlls Wrapper ttelow y rrrdl a aI flUIto take M Jtoe FOR HEADACHE FOR OIMIMESS FOR BILIOUSNESS FOR TORPID LIVER FOR CONSTIPATION FOR SALLOW SKIN FOnTrlECOMPlEXIO oanIItI1T legetabin f G CURE SICK HEADACHE ttttts9z Hejry LaMar of the Henry LaMAr Comedy Co wrote from Hiram Me January as 1000II Send me another bottle o- fPalmers Lotion recommendingits PIMPLESo- rpustules on bis face from which dozen doctors bad failed to relieve him Use LOTION SOAPi- n connection with the Lotion weLea DOUGLAS 3 8330 SHOES Maim Worth4toS6comparcdx V lnclom l bv vor S Jooocoo vtrurrrs f tInrniilne have Douilu name mil mice I 1uumpedonbottom Take ano In at good four dealer Kl should Icern themIInot wcwIIUtniUpliiV an ol price anti ijc HafJ WInlr Inr t mtft Sole kind or lulher treemaDROPSYP16COIEIIielvesquick trsalanentlirelieliUse Cerfin cusp Curse Price 25 cenls l- i The Plnkham RemediesFor the feminine organs have galnod their great renown and enormous sale mm onus of the permanent good they have done and aro doing for the women of this country- If all ailing or suffering women could be made to understand how absolutely true arm the statements about Lydia E VgtIICompIngs would end Mrs Plnkham counsels chargeNorMass The advloe shegives la practical and honest You can write rooty to her she Im a wo man WANDERING 7N DREAMLAND HIMT nn AhtrnlMlnilrd Woman Crrklril a I Hindi In a Mrrrl Car The young wornanii mindwu probably ankesIhalVIilurtan Post Anyhow when she got on an uptown ear the other aftrrnoon she iTJinily opened her pocketbook when the conductor amt around for hrr Itrr stuck a Klovrd fingtr and thumb into one ol Iht I inpartnirnt of the Mine rxtmrtrd 4 t ullie ot luuUnl and with that faraway rxprr mn emitin her cyn handed them lo the conductor The conductor wai a middle agml mn lie imilrit and wailed Ir the young woman tn came out of her trantr lint she held the faulard ampler out to him with hrr ryn on vacancy until the conductor still grinning had to fetch her lark In earth Ye theyre pretty mils he idndI d like to get my wife a dress oft that piece nn but she rtdhotof her pevkrlbeok for car ticket and the kxtked real when brutal iiwl yams across the car site gunned 10 sbe it Mutter of Memory The man who was attrmllinCluicide was net unking for Ihr time Uf ruunr it was iircriKtiy Hereupon that lie recall everything in hit ait life in tha puce of one instant he failed in do raln my vurtnl mtmorjr he hissed end he waded aUton In muchchagnn which wat in nowise learned the derisive laugh ter oll o sicctstornDslroit Journal Inc MR hi In Drnrrr Via Chicago Tnion Pacific NorthWeil Fin Line Colorado Special Icavti thlca Fit 10Oevery morning arriving Denver 120 till next alternnon Colorado Iltlnlll and Manttou same evening No of ear fasttraintrado illustrated mailed on edits pontage Ticket Oflirei Chicago AtldWeillArt In rrnnirlTnnl Our has received a social and INlffllon1Iddltlon in the person of Mr to native town In arcmplisfied artist In Iluiladelphia he wa rcpudrd ai one of the brat men in the lintel JlInk barber shop He has row accepted a llitinn in Torn Johnson ton parlora Mountville Ia Clarion Tn Cure a Cold In Our tiny Toko laxative Ilrotno Quinlnn Tablet AU clrupRtsU rotund money It it rallll to euro rio A nice refined new expression ili Awl slap chewing the rag or youll get lint in your lungs Indianapolia ewa rtoctor never take tbrirown mfllidllrrl they usually profit by their own advice Oiiwgo holy tll It Is a fatal defect of many old Saul that dullIndiatupobaNew The hundrrd yard runner ii allu a dashing fellow Ihicago Democrat aacl NONE SUCH Nnlhlnghnbblesthetnnaclegred SORENESS an- dSTIFFNESS S Nothing relaxes then and males a speedy jrftct cure like SteJacobs Oil THE SUNDAY SCHOOL Lraann In the Inlrrnnltniint Merle for inn 8 111IHIThe Tn rlv Rent forth IPrernrnl by II C l nlnatonJ THK IKBHON TKXT Mntthew 036 to 105 Es And Jesus went nbout nil the cltlci sad vlllflRr teaching In tlirlr nynntfogueii and preaching the Conpol of the Kingdom and brushing every sickness nnd every ilia taiie among the pcoplo- ft Rut when lie saw the multitudes Hs waa moved with compassion on them U roils p they fainted nod were nontlered abroad nil sheep hearing no shepherd dlsclplea7nuoInborrrn are few M Pray yr therefore the lard of the hnrvrat that lie will send forth laborers Into ills harvest And when tin had rolled unto Him Ills ilUclplex Ho gave them power against unclean niilrltn to cut them out and to heal nil manner of alcknraa and all manner of dUeanc t Now the mime of apostles nrr thew The Bret Hlmon who Is called Peter and Andrew Ids brother lames the son of Zolicdev nnd John Ida brother I Philip and Ilartholomcwi Thomas and Matthew the pulillran James tin son of AlphrUft nnd I bbcUs whose aur name was Thaddeu 4 Blmon the Cnnnnnltr and Judas Ia carlo who also betrayed him 5 These 12 Jesus sent forth and com manded them Haying Jo not Into tin way of the Icntllen and Into nny city ol the Samaritans enter ye not n Hut go rather to the lout sheep of the house of Israel 7 And all y e co preach saying The Kingdom of Jlfavrn In At hand Ural the sick rlfntue the lepers raise this dead raft oill dovlla freelyye have recclvfil frrrly give OOLDKN TBXTlt Is not ye that speak but the Hplrlt ofyour Father which irnkrth In youSiatt 100 NOTKH AND COMMKNTH The Iraaon ftttnly nlulllil Include the text nil printed above nnd through the tenth lmjiter Tbn following unlit annlyaU may be helpful The Bplrltual harvest llIItIn J5JJ The Twelve ApostlM lIosenva JtThe A antics 8 nt 0rlhIIHprvUI InlrucIlOlIllII 9K The Spiritual Ilnrvont IrltlWohave come now In our IIltuhollho life of Christ to the bat quarter of llli second year Irnua toured nnion r the towns of Jnlllrp durliiff the nlitunin of A 23 nnil the tvlntl just follow- Ing He VMit Into the lewlsli nyna nnd there irrnrheil the com 11t1l1CUla the Kingdom of llenven lie preached lint HP lienlrd Not only did Hn speak gracious words lint III prrformril kindly nets HN effect Ice nnd Palm 1 preaching nnd Ills beautiful life nttroctril the jxojile lint to npprcrlntc wtmt ilrRiii said rOil fernlnj the nheplicnllrun multitude It U not necessary to suppose that other reasons nay have brought many to henr nnil rn the grentTcnch rr It mnr lir nn some have unltl that the thron followed out of Idle curiosity to are the mlraclm they may have hen hungry for the lances an1 fishes Hut wlmtivrr the motlvrs of the wople Irmm unwdownlntotliolr hearts They were IIIIIlIlok suit wrnry Jesus bad couin lon plain them ns ahrrp having no nlirplirnl The Twelve ApORtlm 1hoinH wna In furthcratioe of thus grvnt work l pfor Him that IIUII now comniU nlontd the Twelve who bad been closest to Htm for saint months past Hn had related them to bo with Him and learn ills wnya just before Ills Bennon on the Mount This WR early In the Mimmer of thin sauna year Xow they were not only to learn but they were to do some actual work Bo He cnllrd the Twelve rave them especial power over unclean spirit and tlVenkc and gave them their com minion Ilefore passing to this however we- may note briefly Komethln concerning these 12 men First cones Simon whom Jemm hind called Peter mcnn lug a rock He fulfilled Jeu expec Intloni and became the rock of the early church Andrew was Peters hrother They were nmotiff the first live of luaus dloplplen They were ImithiTK whom Jeans hail called sons of tlituuler lionnprRCH because of their fiery dlnpofttlonr lohn afterward MI learned to control hla tem per that lie became time disciple ivJiom JeMis loved Unrtholomcw IInhllo be the Nnthnnli1 of John IMS Nebbncnx Is the same us Tliaddcus itnd as ludan hide Simon wns n Cnnnnnlte wlilcli means that he was one of the sect of fnintlc iinlloiinllhtn who were always In revolt against the foreign yoke ludan Iscariot was the only disciple who was not n Onlllenn Isenrlot menus moan of Kcrlott a Ittdrnn town The Apostles Sent Forth The com mission of time disciples sums to preach unnnp the Israelites and not among ientlles This fins becntise Jesus lad been sent to the chosen People Unci first They were better prepared for the message at least should lave been by their long nntlonnl training First to the Jews then to time Gentiles urns the order Their message was to bet The Kingdom of Heaven Is nt hand The King bad cone remission of sins might bo hnd through repent ince anti filth They were further to hrnl the sick demise the lepers anti cast out devils leaus says to them Freely ye have received freely give They hind been with Him drunk In ills message of cheer nnd salvation now they were to spread forth to the people what they hnd received TenehliiK of John the llnpllat John the llaptlnt the greatest of time prophets gathered together the scattered rays of Old Testament pre diction Into these two snylngx which will he forever associated with his mine llchold time Lamb of God that nkeU nwny the sin of the world end He shnll baptize you with the holy Ghost nnd with fire The first Is the Gospel of ntonement the second Is the Gospel of regeneration amid both together glee n comprehensive ummnry of nil that Jeu brlnicrs to menWnJlny M Tnylor r CARTER MEDICINE CO WINS Obtain Injnnellnn In Case Involrlni Blnniliitlnn nt lnliela Brent Good president of the Carter Medicine Company yesterday received a telegram from his lawyers In Chi engo Informing him that a final junction with costs hnd been granted against time Chicago Label and JloxI Company ThU company makes n ape cialty of manufacturing labels boxes etc for druggists The Carter Com pany has been following them through the courts for two years on the com plaint that the label company was making simulations of the labels of Curlers Little Liver Illls They hneInow obtained n final Injunction costs and the costs are very large as the case tins been submitted to b Mas ter In Chancery for n final accounting The Carter Medicine Company lone been the first nnd only one to prosecute printers or engravers who have pre pared such labels and wrappers It marks new departure In infringement cases and their victory Is one of great Importance to the whole proprietary trade nnd also of Interest to retail druggists X Y Press May 2 1000 Mil Iota of Frililnrs Robert Frank the well known artist Ii a seif made mm and not until he become telfiuppnrting did ho have a chance to isr studies which most peo lhiladeiphiaIoslhit workmanship was ao excellent had no difficulty in orders One dap he delivered sauna sketches to an em ployer who said IJy the by Frank I want a picture drawn in a great hurry It Is a Ja lwohll answtredatherartist will ba youYou of course Freak must have been thinking of an ostrich brrauie he answered a com plarrnt wnile Rrwiwlich It ii a long tall thing mlt lots of feddan And Fcddar has he ID hia nickname ever since Catarrh Cannot He Cured with local Applications as cannot rear the seal of time Catarrh Ir a blood or constitutional disease and in order to cure it you must lake internal remedir Halla Catarrii Sire U taken internally and IlIlItollliltlarlmedicine It was prescribed banI of the IiI phyiiciana in country and is a rrgularprescriptton It is composed of the with the beet blood purifiers acting directly on time mucous surfaces The perfect tom producestarrh Send for testimonials frrr FI CIIKNKY t 01ropsIolcdo O Sold by all druggists price Halls Family I ills are ulIAn Author Wnnta a Chnnee A publishing firm rrrenlly received the lolll wing from ID anxious aUIh tallhtr who had been reading The Hooligan Nights I with to put If t MM llrmy the puliiic Annf Out of it to me a start In the world led Crlhunllife 21 yearslrest- ed 21 time hot at 27 lime teJlatl1on haUit Uarents Broke 13 tales Convicted 7 timtillrokl pen and taken 27 Ionvicta with me Waylaid and shot my fathern law twice rperatrd and Divowed If can get a start in time World imttlng my life Before the public will Quo ao London Mew In the Ike Country ot Northern lllinou Wiiconin Mintif iota and Michigan there are hundreds if time most Summer Itetort await ing the arrival of thousands of tourists from the South and fatof near by are lox Lakeklavan Lauderdale Waukesha Uronomowot IaIDlta The Della at hit bourn Klkhart and Madison while a little further oil are Star Fron tense lithe Ufat Minnetonka aDd Mary superiorIolummer Homes for handsomely thus trated Ftlinmerhook In take nearest ticket agent or address with tout cents in Gco II Hraflord General1asscnQer Agent Od Colony lluilding Chicago IIIIThere was a Michigan girlwho while hypo noticed borrowed If she will kindly end toe name of the school that turned the trick the will confer a favor on Anxious Header IndianapolUNeni rourrIoIAIIKIT iiiroitT tinelnuatl May 23 CATTLK Common gl 23 4 M Select Illllt ers 5 1tf fJP 5 15 CAIAKS Uxtran 73 Qi 7 00 IKMiS Siliit packets 3 lid Qt 3 35 Mixed pnrkerx 3 In 5 25 HIIJIPChohc 4 13 p 4 25 17001IOlJtHprllll 61j11A1CholcoMKSS IOUK IMS oo LAUD 16 7- 3HUTTEIlCh dnlry I31r 14 ViAIMLKS1OTATOFSIVr hurl 50 II 1- 3TOHACCO New 2 63 n 12 00 Old 5 10 a IS 23 CIIICAO- OFLOlll Win patent 3 u 3 70 WHEAT No 2 red 7tNo YI 3 spring 01 61 05 V- fcCOItXVo 3 l37 W 373M O ISNo a 2J ft 2y S6sattliNoIOltK MOM 10 33 it1 43 LAliD Steum 073 n 6 ISj- NKV YORK FLOlIl Win patent 310 n 3 8- 511llE1INoy a nd r S- 2lOIiNNo 3 nmixederr 42 OATS No 2 mixedrl 27 IIYK r 1OUK Mess 12 00 6112 75 LAUD Steinn 7 23 UlTUIOIU nlItWln patent 3 05 0 3 85 1111021111 OSyii 05 Southern 05 a 1- 1OLINo 3 mixed lU 4- 0OATSNo e 3 mixed ft 27 rATTLK First qual 5 10mt 3 35 ltOGScstern 5 80 5 00 INDIANAPOLIS VHKAT No 2 red i 71 CO UN No 2 mixed nj 30V4 OATS No 2 mixeda 26 LOUISVILLE 1IOUK Win patent 4 25 4 5- 0WIlE1FNo 2 redt 71 OlXMlxell 43 OAIS Mixed ci251a P011KMessc12 Q9 30 BARBER GOT IT MIXED In Itclntlnir n Mtlle Joke He After the planner of Ills Kind Turned II typos Illmarlf Henry Iimm an attorney of SrJnlia told- a story at the reception to the Missouri liar association recently which caused n IlenlI- AIIII fa the Kansas City Star Mr Uunm speechlieThis ib taking an unfair advantage of me I have a paper in my pocket which am to rend at the meeting tomorrow It it very dry paper and it will take me an hour to read it If am given the slightest en colIld emenl I will read it right now That would be one on you wouldnt it And that reminds me I was in Texas jokrAabout the two dirtrtollant You are sup posed to an then the man ay youA had been sold on this joke concluded to try it on the next customer who came into shop So as he was getting ready to shave the next caller he asked him lIar heard dot story about the two dirty collar No answered the customer Veil dots one you got on lllnlrlonlc Imiirnlinlillllr QuoYadiaIetroniu to forget hie reproaches saying tearfullyAh howtan you ever forgive met t jrlclu replied 1ctronius with great earne tnc thou art my only sisters dead thud Whereupon the audience which was not limit only bored burst Into huge laugh tcr KaoMa City Journal A Different Declaration the is very proud of the fact that she ills an ahrrotor who was one of the signers of the Declare on of independence Thats nothing to proud Thrrc an divorce m our family too IhiladelphM Bulletin UVBASTINK is the original and only durable wall coating entirely different from all kal pomlnc Ready for use In white or fourteen beautiful tints by adding cold water S ALA cellringsdurable Iut up In derY pow dered form In fiveround pack ages with full lL kaleomlnea ere cheap tfmIpornry preparations front whiting chalk ys etc and stuck on walls with dn rovln animal glue ALADA8 TINE Is not a kalsomlne- EVARB of tho dealer who says he cnn llvou the lame thing PS ALA13ASTINB or something lust as good Ko la either not posted or la try log to deceive you ND IN OFFFFINO something he has bougnt Jheno and tries to sell on ALADASTINKS demands ho may not realize the damage you wljl suffer by a kalsomlns on your wall K8ttIn dealers will not buy a lawsuit Dealers risk one by selling and consumers by using infringement Alabastlna Coon right to make wall coat log to mix with cold water TFRJOR shouldevery church and rchool br coated onl with pure dur able AkAUASTINK It safeguards health Hundreds of tons used yearly for this arkI K lUYIXO 1LABM TINE customers should avoid getting cheep kaUomlnen under clirterent names Inslot on having our In packages and properly labeled UISANCD of welt paper Is Ob viated by ALAUA9TINE It can be used on plastered wood cclllnBs or can vas A child can brush It on It does not rub or scale off alitimitationssfavor deal er or druggist card Write us for interesting book let free AIAlASTJ E CO Grand Rapids Mich 25c 50c Time debilitating drains and discharges which weaken so many women are caused by Catarrh of the distinctly feminine organs The sufferer may call her trouble Lcuchorrhoca or Wcakncssor Female Disease or pome other name but the rral trouble Is catarrh of the female organs and nothing else Pcruna radically and permanently cures this and all other Catarrh It Is a positive specific for femalo troubles caused catarrh of tho delicate lining of the organs peculiar to women It always cures If used persistently Is prompt and Cant a Square Ft nuur I Gt a n rays Rd and RnIo n tla henna MAMPfRN VMK Till KAY MAJ lliA HOOFIN CO Camden no You Know nurnhams Hasty Jcllycon will Ritisfac torily answer the question what shall we have for dessert today You have the choice of six delicious flavors orange lemon atruwberry raspberry peach wild cherry and the plain calfsfoot for making wine and coffee jellies Every where Jcllycon is having a large sale Your grocer tells ft h NEWS 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dayevery day is the dayto keep watch of Natures wantsand help your bowels act regularlyCASCARETSwill help Nature help you Neglect means in the blood foul breath and awful pains in the back of the head with a loathing and bad feeling for all that is good in life Dont care how rich or poor you are you cant be well if you have bowel trouble rou will be if take CASCA RETSgetthem todayCASCARETS in metal box cost JO cents take one eat it like candy and it will work gently while you sleep It cures that means it strength ens the muscular walls of the bowels and them new life then they act regularly and naturally that is what you want it is guaranteed to be found in THE IDEAL LAXATIVE CANDV CATHARTIC ItOe ALLITo uY ntedy mortal suffering from bowl troutles and too poor to buy CASCARETS we willsend box Sterling Remedy Company Chiwgo or Nw York mentioning advertisement and paper f1 t F IfCI F The Largest Stock The Lowest Prices Everybody knows the Place BickneH Earlys Corn Oats Hay Potatoes Farm and Garden Seeds A New Car of McCORMICK Mowers Binders and Twine Plows Cultivators Harrows Rakes Just in Making TWO CARS THIS YEAR See UsI See Us See Us See Us Before You Buy BEREA KENTUCKYi Census Queries The blank schedules to be used in the next census are now being distrib uted by tho Census Office to the enumerators who will start to work on Juno 1 Tho schedules contain questions which some persons may think prying purposeless or excessive in number But their number and character have been determined by Congress not the Census Office and all of thorn have been asked in previ ous census Tho only important change since 1890 is that some ques tions have boon abandoned People aro often offended at tho question How old are you t and are apt to wonder what uso the Government can mako of thoir replies Tak en as n whole tho replies are as im portant as any class of information tho Census Office collects Ago re turns penetrate and elucidate overy other branch of statistical knowledge They show where child labor is prev alent and where the proportion of persons able to support themselves is large or small They reveal the groat number of coloredchildren and tho short lifo of the negroes under pres ent conditions Thoy make it possi ble to ascertain whether the average length of life is increasing or decreas ing how many men the nation contains who are capable of voting or bearing arms and whether the relative number of children is increasing ordecreasingFew dispute the neceseity for asking questions regarding race All arguments regarding the future of any particular race in this country like the Indians the Negro or the Chi naman must hinge upon the returns in the cosus With the Indians mor to h We will get you anything from Den nisons in the short- estI possible time At the Printingoffice over it is of the highest importance to learn what success the policy of the Government has mot with in es tablishing them apart from their tribes and reservations andwhether such Indians are increasing or de creasingIn light of such explanations and only a few of the most important itIthat no question has been orded by Congress or has been asked by the Census Office which if properly and correctly answered will not lead to suggetivo inferences regarding the American people and their work The Counties Home Spun Notice Good homemade coverlets and linen rill bo bought by Borca College at Commencement time but no homo spun will be bought by the College between Juno 7th and Sept 12th PROF JOSEPHINE A ROBINSON Clay County Bright Shad Wilson Smith accicently cut Clark SmithThomas and Marsh Smith went to Matin creek last week Harry Delph visted friends on Spring creek Saturday and Sunday Andrew Manning visited his home near here mat week Mrs Martha Green of Knox coun ty was here recently at the logrolling of Dany Smith It is reported that we will have a wedding soon Mr Jessie Smith and Miss Melia Gamberl are the parties f ounto Lee Cht3r Rey Press 1Vil1lme preached s very able sermon atthe Rbae Schbl house Sunday Jack Miller of this place was fatal ly shot by james Dyked last Saturday the 19th The R R that is being built through this place to the Carry Coal fields is progressing nicely Prof Thomas Supt of Leo City S S has announced for celobrating the 4th nrrangtlOenbI Matt Slosno and place made a flyng trip to Frozen Creek the 20th Miss Rosio Folks of Spradling who has been visiting her brothers of this place returned home the 20th Washington County Springfield This week examinations for teach ers will bo held Mrs G W Hudley has received the rest of her deceased husbands pension Mrs Sallie Robertson of Louis ville was tho guest of her mother Mrs Ellen Gode last week The U B F Lodge had its anullalI performance last Sunday F Buckner preached the annual ser monMiss Mary Montgomery was called to Bardstowu last week to attend the funeral of her brother Joseph Lancaster who trains horses for Alex Adams was run over bya horse and received a painful injury but improvingOwsley County Gnhhard Some of the boys of this place went fishing Saturday night Dr Anderson of Boouville was here Saturday and SundlYIWe are glad to our neighborhood are improving- W B Gabbard a labor of this place attended court at Boonville last week There have been several logrollings in our neighborhood the last week or twoA G Maupin and J G Cole of South Fork were here lost wednesday- on business Geo W Gabbard the P M at this place was at Boonville several days last week William T Isaacs of Egypt Jackson county was here last Weknasday on businessMrs Gabbard of this place and Price Moore of Eversole visited friends on Cow creek Satur day and Sunday of last week Geo Baker Delano Bolin and W 0 Gabbard visited friends and relatives at Island creek Saturday and Sunday of last week C R Moore of Evorsole and Mor idth Gabbard of this pluce attended the examination Friday and Saturday at Boouville Chas Eversole of Eversolo hero week before last counting treesI on A C Gabbarda farm He count ed about 5300 trees over eighteen in ches A CHANCE FOR- EVEiIYIt00Y IIHOM1r Bellied by MM KITI 0 tuber in Jicrc College The Honor of Service The lackof service bathe ruin of hu manity Do not forget the truo notion of eovico as the essence of Christianity yea of divinity It is the highest of accomplishmentsGoorge puts these words into the mouth of one of the wisest of his book characters Dirct ly tho parson goes on to say There is nodignitylbut of nervice How different the whole notion of training is now from what it was in the middlu agesl Service was hon orable then tho first thing taught then was how to serve No man could rise to the honor of Knight hood without service A nobleiimntt son even had to wait on his father or to go into tho family of another nobleman Bud wait upon him as a pago standing behind his chair at din ner This was an honor no notion of degradation was in it It was a necessary step to higher honor and what was the next higher honor t To bo set free from service No To serve in the harder service of the field to be a squire to some noble knight to tend his horso to clean 11111 armor to see that every rivet was sound every buckle true every strap strong to rido behind him and carry his spear and if more thou one ultact el him to rush to his aid ThiH service was the moro honorable because it was harder auawas the next step to1 thilllhigher The very word menus simply service And for what was the knight thus waited upon by tho squire That ho might bu free to do as ho please I Xo but that he might free to bo the servant orall By being a fiirst the servant of one ho reJllireI to rise to the higher rank that vant of all Ills horse was tended his armor observed his sword and spear and shield held to his hand that ho might have no trouble looking after himself but might be free strong unwearied to shoot like an arrow to the rescue of any and every one who needed his ready aid There was a grand heart of Christianity in that old chivalry notwithstanding all its abuses which mutit ho mow laid to its charge than tho burning of Jews and heriticfl to Christianity It was the lack of it that occasioned the abuse that coexisted with it All Mrrlce ranks the Mine with oat It now lu formerly he triM Ptrwlltt hli pre enee alb Our earth each only a Oat wllli Can work Oocli pupjrU txst end Are we there It no let nor Ant wonlI Dont Leave BereaIWithout laying in a ply of writing material from the Printingoffice You cant get it ntI twine as cheap as we can sell it to A fine present to the homo folks will be a nice lot of paper and envelopes For Whoopingcough Asthma Bronchitis or Consumtion no modi cine equals Coupons Honey of Tara Price 25 and WctH S E Welch Jri THE COW A ClM quay 1 Item College by EtiwAim IdJtCjiH CbntlnutJ from lout well Feed From Soiling Soiling has many advantages over pasturing especially whero land is high priceVl However much of its value depends upon labor the supply cost character Two things aro al ways necessary in soiling Green crops in well arranged succesion throughout the growing season 2 There must bo no breaks Different sections of the country have different crops best adapted to soiling Alfalfa and redclover aro good soiling crops and should there bo more than needed for summer feeling they litI bo cured nod stored for winter They do not nerd so much top dnsllI ing and they leave tho ground in a good condition both regards hxtI ure and fertility Mixed oats and pews lire good When they begin blooming begin feeling They can also be stored and make excellent hayI Corn is good when town thick enough so that tho stalks will bf small and thus be eaten by tho cow When sown too thick tho air and light and heat of tho sun cannot reach it and III is not so valuable Sorghum ii drouth resisting and will grow luxuriently on almost any soil It gives an ex cellent milk tlow Rye can bo sown in th fall after a crop of corn or peas tins been removed and contra in very early in spring Among other prom neat soiling crops may ho mentioned wheat timothy vetch s millet and barley By making a good selection of Boilingcrop a cow can le kept 011I a much smaller area of land anti tho land will continually become more fertile and tho food supply cau be better regulated and economized Winter l e dhlJIGreat care should be in win ter to see if tho that elements protein carbohydrate and fats are fur ninhcxl in digestible form proportion to the cow Timothy hay 10 pounds cornfodder 10 corn meal or gluten meal or something rich in protein d nod wheatbran 4 When one has clover hay and ensilage a good ration is Clover hay 12 pound ensilage 20 corn meal 4 bran 4 glutenmeal 4 Usually it is more economical in keep ing n cow on a small tract of land to buy the hay for winter feeling and use tho land for more profitable and productive crops as beets When feeling concentrated feed it is bet to mix it with chaffed hay slightly moistened thus insuring complete mastication which is essential to thorough digestion Hoot s especially augar Bets parsnips and carrots are excellent in a winter ration as they prod uco a laxative effect and tone up time system in gtmoral It is not desirable to cook or steam the feed unless it is unpalatable and it is de hired that the cow consume morn of it Shelled corn and some other feel stuffs can bo soaked and an advan tage is gained by so doing The cut ting of coarse feed as cornstalks nud hay is economical because of the less ened waste It is Itest to grind feel esK cially oats nndcorn Continued nut week ACROSS THE COLLEGE GREENuuBEREA COLLEGE HAS 15 BUILDINGS EEREA COLLEGE POUNDED 1MB Over 20 teachers TOO students from 20 States Bent Library in Kentucky No Saloons DEPARTMENTS For those NOT sufficiently advanced to get a teachers certificate yearsIIes For those sufficiently advanced to get a teachers certificate yearsIVteachingVI for life For those more advanced VII College CoursesClassical Philosophical and Literary Adjunct TheoryIXBerea plates the best education in reach of all 1 a moneymaking institution Its instruction ii a free gift It aims to help those who value education ai waE tip themselves and charges a small incidental fee to meet expenses of the school apart from instruction Sicdt ts ilaut also pay for their board Expense for terns 12 weebmay be brought within 24 about half of whieimwat bo paid in advance e school is endorsed by Baptists CongregationalitI Disciples Methodists Presbyterian and good people of all denominations Fw information or friendly advice addren the Vice Pretident GEO T FAIltClIILD LL D Berea Madison Co K7 r g A Start Wrlllrn In Ate chapter by five different tnm ben of Vttle Dulre Ulrnry Society ClIllirTER IV When Class Day dawned there was a great deal of Btipposed excitement aud groups of Seniors and Juniors were seen talking txcitedly William Edworth was the oily enoof the class who was cool and possessed Fel lows ho said toward the close of tho ayuovo got to keep our heads for tho Subs urea to get tho spittle to night if such u thing is possible Wo will Haunt it iu their faces and then itIup puce it they never hhall- AH tho eight oclock bell rung for the Senior concert that evening time Assembly Hall was crowded to ItH ute West for tho class was a very popular OUt Its men woro strung and bid liant and the was to bo the ribbonsldaintysmiling faces wore In evidence over tho house Notwithstanding thu light the program nod tho mimic there was the saute undercurrent of excite ment throughout tha hull that had boon felt durug the tlaufbeSeniors may expect n row before tho night isj through whispurelsome one near thu door Ill tell you iixcitodly whUpunxl utluthor tho Subs will serer get tho upudo Just wait muttered Junior who happen ed to bo at time moment smoothlydoingthe last uutiilKT wan a 11110U II cUll as it did not appear on the program It was entitled Tho Otaequien Tho curtain slowly rolled to tee top and William Edworth Mep ed to the front followed by tour others iu their bombro drts suits They carried a long black box with four shining silver huiiillis Edworth ruined his hand at if for silence anil in Iris loop holturn voice addressed the audience youknowspadebutHllIpendlllrorbury the hatchet we trill bury tho ujMulo until thu SoKUote i are ready for it With this ho reached to time top of the iiiano took down the pado smut placed it tenderly in the DIIlIIpiauiht began toftly tho strains of n uuertil march The four uieu lifted the box stopped quickly from the stage down the long aiilen of people anti out Not till the solemn procmiion ed through the door did thaUlllence happenedThouto his foot andcried Follows its tho spade theyve got in that box At that from all over the house sprang to their fet some rush ed to the door othun jumped through the windows rt DnUllI of tho fact that many a girl won left withou- tI escort After thrum After thorn rung from all parts of the halluWhltt made you let thorn gut out of tho door with our spade ehricked six foot Junior Well have it yet yell ed beck another Over in one corner ununieiYtJITholwrforumnncoamo never realized until was over that tho seniors had hoodooed them But true it all overt Tho campus was alive with excitement Juniors Sophomores and Freshmen flying in every direction while under the groat arc light a cur sous group was gathered Tlero stood the four blaekrobe1 Seniors with solemn faces At their feet stool tho black box open but empty Around thirtyJuniorsdisgust ou their fIlCIIullow slid that spade get out of that boxl thundered the brawny Junior The four Seuiont looked at each other with funeral faces and in 0110 voice echoed How What had become of Ed worth where was this spade anti how did it over get out of tho box t ICoutlnufrlneil week A float Appeal for Htarylug Indhi Tho cargo of corn which Americans were asked to send to starving lotus is now well on its way in tho big steamship Quito which sailed May 10 Tho two hundred thousand bushels will go through tint hands of American missionaries directly to the starving But what Hhall be Bono for tho people before the corn reaches them tho last of Juno and after the corn is eaten I Wo must keep thom alive by cabling money for immediate relief and for food after the corn is consumed Less than three dollars will now save and keep a man to the end of the famine Will you not send a postal card today saying that you will try to raise 120 If you fail it will be in a good cause You cannot fail in so holy an undertaking Do not wait to get the money but end us word you will undertake to do it Send names or money to me at Springfield Illinois or to tho Christian Herald Bible House New York R G HODDS