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NMNNNNNNNNM NNMNf n1 r SUBSCRIBE 1 ilI INNTODAY NNINj to the Interests of the Home School and Farm 50 c a Year 60c a I JUNE 6 moo NO 61 VOL I DEUBA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY THE CITIZEN C REXfORD RAYMOND Editor ubllihnl at the office ol rilE CITIZEN Ilcrcn Ky Entered aIAt PiMtoJUtt at Drrrn Ay iteonii ctoM mattmatter THE CITIZEN is nearly n year old Its voice has reached many counties nnd its weekly calls have brightened many homed Wo think each numb or tins coutainod some wise or in been worth has prevented the paper from doing BH much as was expectltlnProfessor C Hoxford Hnymond well known in Heron nnd throughout n largo part of Eastern Kentucky will take charge of the paper somoJ nrnlllgeolIIWllt CITIZKS will ho more valuable ant morn popular than over the coming year Our next number will contain accounts of Commencement the visit of Miss Helen Gould the other distinguished visitors and much ho sides that you will wish to read Subscribe to Ray and make sure ofI this extra number without extra cost Whun will you have n lion or daughter to graduate Where theres a will theres a wayCommencement Day proves thin Boroa College in now known and np predated throughout the whole laud Foreign News On account of the murderous Box cm of China the lifo of orery foreign or is in danger Tim powers are tak ing tho matter in in hand and marine from several Western nations has landed in Tien Felon and Peking Tho editor of the Christian Ilcrnli louis Kloptch has been making tour of tho famine districts of India Tho latest report from South Afri en nro that Lord Iloborts line occupied Johanuesbury BUll the people Bro Kurrondoring Communications with Pretoria are shut off but it is reported that Pres Kruger has been cape urtd National News The Philippine commission reachet Manila Sunday It is rmnortxl that Agunnldo ha been shot and wotiudwl by the sol diemof the Thirty Third Infantry Tho consult enumerators at work now in tho United States number 52031 Kentucky has 1318 Tho Kansas farmers will begin week to harvest the greatest who t crop over harvested tho state 10is average is lGSoSlO and the crop is tt 85000000 bushels Kentucky News The Conlotlonitu Heunion in Louis villa closed Saturday to moot uov year at Memphis An indictment hits been issues 11 against Win S Taylor for tho murder of Goebel It is believed that gold hn beet discovered in Sulphor Lick Creel Franklin county NNNNHm Until Further notice Subscribers toI THE CITIZEN may got also Tie Tleado Blade or Tto Louisville Commercial For SOc a Year All for 00 a year Dont Miss It Come at Once- All I through TilE CITIZCSi tNtNN1l NNHN N N THE CITIZEN YearDevoted IIIrho Locals and Personals Pat Kern and family were in Louis yule last week 2Rev J A Burns n former teacher was in town lust week Pres Frost and several visitors nr rived Satunlny night Miss Lottie Woodford is stopping with Mrs Woodford Bicycle ropariug and Sundries at Coddingtous Tin shop J C Hurnnm IMrs Dodgo arrived como from from Cumberland Gap last Thursday VVI IIIellcn Gould arrived yesterday in cl private car to spend Commence E L Robinson and JL M Miller busy taking tho Census of our villageHarry Coddiugton who has been attending Perdue University returned yesterdayMiss Tucker of Millodgo tulle spout Commoncemuntweek here with her friends Miss Fannie Hoppur of Maduou ville 0 is here attending commence ment Miss Nanuio Y Miller and Mr E W Morson visited Peytoutowu Sun dayT is R Johnson of Lancaster has been visiting Miss Lizziu P Gentry our city- Charles 0 Coyle who Las been in thoC merchautile business in Indiana arrived here Saturday with his wife Millard West Deputy Collector of Internal Revenue of tho EighthIt District was in our cit SatunlJ Miss Eva Woods who teas been visiting here for quite a while left for hor homo in Lexington Thursday You can bo cheerful and happy only when you lire well If you out of sorts take Ilerbine it braco you up Price Bo eta S E Welch The result of an over indulgence in food or drinks are promptly rectified without pain or discomfort by taking a few doses of herbino Pric 50 cts S E Welch Jr On May 29 Rev T L Routt 97 was united in marriage to Miss Maud Fletcher at the home of tho bride Shelbyville Ind Mr Routt has just graduated from Gammon Theological Seminary Atlanta 00IIf your child is crow or peevish it is no doubt troubled with worms Whites Cumin Vermifuge will roe move tho worms and its tonic elTlCtI restore its natural cheerfulness Price 2o cts S E Welch Jr Much pain and uneasiness is caus ed by piles sparing neither age nor sex Tablets Buckeye Pile Ointment cures time most obstinate cases Price 50 cts in bottle tubes 75 cts S E Welch Jr isRe L W Simmons of Floral City Florida father of T T Simmons whoI attending school here nrr our city Friday on hue way homo from tho Confederate Reunion at Louis rifle Ho preached at tho Baptist Church Sunday night When n knight of old entered company of ladies ho removed helmet to indicate that he considered himself among friends and that there was no need to protect himself This practice has survived in tho custom of raising the lint when saluting ladyJaw Ladies Homo Journal Ile tho wedding of I Lr McLaren and Miss Grace 1t Barton both former students nt Boron The wedding w take place Juno M nt the homo tho brides brother iluvV E Baton in Oak Pnrk III Tho bride an and groom will spend the summer Oak Park There HOOIUS to be n revival of i terest in needlework an art Tl Ladies Home Journal nsked f photographs of sofa pillows and t response to tho request wns almost overwhelmingpictures literally you pouring in The judges who awar ed tho prizes for tho best exnnapl of this variety of needlework wero greatly surprzed at tho artistic excel loneo of most of tho specimens offer nppnrlntlyIwith tho noodle than ever before Jouroal will have sevoro pages show- lug fifty of tho best of those pillows W z1 Z7z1 Zz1 z1 A PROCLAMATION OF ECONOMY for the Spring and Summer W Season in Mens and Boys Fine jjj Stylish M- adcCLOTHING m I 1 the rowest priced rlgtry made Absolutely gV VTE are prepare to cloth you with allwool rlothltiir In America Itlghtlymftile u It l ol famous Vital Brand Af wlcntlflc In dean well KM the only wlyto wear Cluthlng Tailored on strictly ventilated workroom Ierfect fitting nnd wearmisting besauee the Inside the K Utah the very life of the garment carefulnen Iu making represent the ex fjfl- penilllure of time 1Ulthought and a dtctded contrail to the tailoring teen In onllnnry realyta wear riutMng The Fabrics that we show are the very lIew delpe that will wen this teaton Many confined exctuilvcly to in In the tale I the afore failu The mo t extraordinary feature combining our greet offer K that tIrun end do Ml our clothing at e LESS MONEY ee Then eUewhere How onii we afford towlltih high grale nothing for lens money jta then elsewhere Our anwer pure and lmpe Ours li a modern store omtructeJ Irletlr on pregre lve pln our lolhtng h wl on the timeliest marglll of Iront depending on a large velum or busimhs The more Clothing we al1 the greater our punhating tower the lowirour prices than the story In a out hel h COVINGTON MITCHELL RICHMOND KENTUCKY IIof os s Mrs C M Baker of Ml Victor 01 visiting relatives hereIMrs Elenor is visiting her Have you a coughs A dose of Coussens Honey oflTor will relieve it Price 25 and rtO cts S E Welch Jr Rev R C Bedford n trustee and traveling ngent for Tusktegoo Normal and Industrial Institute was in ourj it toolchapelTo ally painssubdue inflammation heal foul sores and ulcers tho most ItusingThe examination for teachers in Owsleycounty occured at Boone llr May 18th and 19th Twentynine were examined three received first class certificate five second seven third and thirteen failed There is nothing so safe and so satisfactory for washing colored goods both light and dark as starchr Make a gallon of thick starch with half n cupful of rico or cornstarch IIg1l1ol1sof the starch and the same amount of water to tho remaiuiiiiug fourth Wash tho garment in tho thickest starchwater then wash in tho next starch water Riuso in clear- water dry in the shade sprinkle andiron on the wrong sido Jiino Ladies Home Journal Dont Leave Berea Without laying in n summer sup ply of writing material from the Printing oflico You caut get it at homo as cheap as we can sell it to you A lino present to the home folks will Iwj n nice lot of paper anti envelopes n his a of IT A ROBINSON JI IH Aa OMCUH 111natures Danger Signals Dord they hurt after rending Are therein frequent headnchs Arc the muscles around the eyes drawing wrinkles Naturesndanger signals Only realizedorIeIt costs so to eyes if dono in time ICIIII give the early r help later I have to refer tho work oculistsd esexumino tho eyes in the most intel legont mitt careful manner without charge If glasses are needed I can supply the correct lenses mounted in any manner desired T A ROBINSON Jeweler and The Optician IIUUKA KY Commencement Week IThe earliness of Commencement quite noticable especially to the students as there has been no hot weather and everything has been fav orable for study up to the closing ex clseIMemorial Day Wednesday was not includ d in Commencement week hilt it came so near to that time that gave the students a holiday andI has been appreciated by them g with the other The day was rathe- disagreeable and rainy and the pro gram of the day had to be changed suit the weather but it was greatly enjoyed goodI Friday night occurred the annive- sary oxerciees of the Literary Sock ties at the chapel A good and aIIpreciative audience was present toI enjoy the excellent program presented Tho numbers were well chosen and each showed work and careful preparation Tho four societies were represented follows Matcblin Trio Phi Delta John 0 Chapin Phi DeltaIIA Stu dents Vision Harold Johnston Al Zeta Glimpse into the Future Williams Beta Kappa Tho call of tho Cornet Duot Phi Deltai ChronothauIIKappa Ascension of Frederick Douglas Wallace A Battle Phi Delta Tenacity Perry F Shroc Alpha Zeta Opportunity The so duties aro doing good work and of great benefit those who become- Rotie members The Senior Academy Exhibition- was held Saturday with a well proI pared and appropiata program There wgro only four graduates and thoy are surely entitled to the Mono which they received The class pr seated the following subjects Edw HypatiaIJnmes Myrtle C Burr hard Things James E Ewers The Porto Iilca Situation Sunday morning Rev W II Hu hard of Auburn N Yoo addressed tho graduates of the different depart ments The sermon was strong and full of wisdom nUll impressed manyl helpful thoughts and suggestions to tho students who are to soon leoI school for other work While there are but two graduates from tho i logs proper thoro are several from or departments which shows tho extended work tho Collego is doing Rev W B Marsh of Talmud 0 gave the address before the Liter ary Societies at the chapel Monday night Tho attendance was rather small but the address was fairly good sensiIblohave tho good will of every class iu his congregation but he especially covets tho respect nnd confidence of tho young men This is not because they are wiser titan their elders nor because they are moro spiritual because they are unconventional sincere to the last degree Jan Mac hiron in tho Juno Ladies Home Journal rt L rAN lINDEPENDENTWEEKLY JII 11111111111111111111 S FOR CASH Having adopted The CASH our prices lidve been reduced to meet the demands of the CASH trade You can buy more goods for CASH than on credit i 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 Convinced DOUGLAS BRIGHT CO 207 West Main Street RICHMOND KY The Berea Monument Co The result of good work and reasonable prices is that tea now have customers in all parts of the State When you want Anything in the monument line Let us know and ue will tend you designs and prices Headstones 600 up to any amount Marble and Granite Monuments prices to suit the times Material and work firstclass JOHN HARWOOD PropT Berea Ky I- uuUU WORMS u I For 20 Years Has Lid ill Worm BIOXD SY AXJXJ x IIrepared by tat JAMES F B by S E WELCH 37 I acres good Estil county land Young poach orchard and some apple trees Small cottage and out springrlasts all summer Land lies four miles southeast of Panola railroad station and sevon miles southwest of Irvine Address W D Smith Box 201 Berea Ky or 324 Wells St Chicago Ill J C MORGAN DantaJ Surgery Office Hours S to IS A M 11103 P 1r National Bank Building Richmond Kyfii DENTAL SU11GERY A WILKES D D S Smith BuildingiratI Street Itichmond Ki aro ADVICE PATENTABILITY Notice In Inventive Age Book How to obtain Patents 1DESIGNS FREEL CtMrytt moderate Nofee till Is lecnred Letters itricUr confidential Address EO SIGGERS Patent Lawyer Wtthlngton CI Cure Nature in strciiRtnenlnp and structinp the exhausted digestives orI It is the latest discovered est ant and too No other preparation can approach It In clliclcncy It In stoutly relieves and permanently cures Dyspepsia Indigestion aJ1 other results of hIrepard by E C DaWItt ft Co Cljlecoa WHITES CREAMIMoit In Quatltr riSold IIJI TelephoneIleldenceoO051ceNo60lk PATENTS KodolDyspepsia eatb SlckfeadacheGastralgmaCrampsand CENTER STREET ART GALLERY- C I 000 Proprietor UptoDate Photos nothing But The Best Finish at the Lowest Prices saw BURTON The PhotographerDE- ALER IN AMATEUR SUPPLIES Fine Photographs at Reasonable Pricesifiefs about Berea a CaFe HANSONS LIVERY6wo Yon Want GOOD GLASSES IF YOU WANT THEM AT ALL Glues that are not properly adjusted to your eyes are actually dangerous I know It you ought to know It I will not attempt to suit Klasses to your eyes until I know what is Eyes examined free A Nice line of Novelties in JEWELRY iT A ROBINSON Jeweler and Optician 6254 LEWIS A DAVIS Medicine and Surgery Berea Ky Office iu Hanson Bidsaseo E B McCOY Dentist Berea Kentucky 2Qf IiAPILE CURE I A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and batEXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBESBY MAIL 76 CENTS Borrsa 60 CENTS jfYS FSAUAHD Sole Proprietor 310 Mil Main Str pt ST LOUIS IML I I wwra T THE CITIZEN A WEEKLY NEttF1Arrn- HEHEA EiNI tit KY A notice has been issued by the Parisian police warning the public And especially foreign visitors that a prent number of false 50frnnc notes are circulating in Inris nail the inrgc Trench towns The notes lire cleverly engraved nnd blended on special pa per resembling that used by the Hank of France and inexperienced people nary be easily deceived A new invention that is alreadyon the market in Germany is that of artificial stone steps A design im itating staircase carpets of any desired color pressed into the steps when still soft and as the design or figures penetrate to a considerable depth they last as lung as the steps llcautiful designs can he used and have been found suitable for tine rculdcnces Frederick W Atkinson who has been appointed superintendent of ed ucation in the Philippines is 6 feet l Incites in height broad in proportion r nnd of immense personal strength Like Jtr Fryc Hupcrintcndent of edu cation in Cuba ho is a graduate of Harvard lie is I5 years old and be fore receiving his new appointment was principal of the Springfield Mass high school Queen Victorias walking stick Is one of great historic value having been the property of harks 11 to whom it was presented by a citicn of Worcester Originally it was a branch of the tree In Itoscnbel in which Charles I hid when he was pursued by Cromwells men To the plain gold handle that It first had the queen has added a queer little Indict Idol a part of the lost from Scrlngapatam The model village of IJiltmore X C built and managed by Mr George Vnmtrrliilt not only hoists of elec tric lighting for streets but for houses as well and what Is morn the residents have the advantages of elec tric heating nnd cooking Electric cooking says the Western Elec trician is a luxury beyond the reach of the average householder hut Mr Vnnderbilfs villagers enjoy It to the full extent of its present develop ment The net offist of the late John Jluskinhas been sworn to At 50000 The 1000000 he inherited from his father In JsGl he distributed fifteen years ago retaining for him self only sufficient capital to yield him JCl a day lie bequeathed all his unpublished matter to Johanna Sever and Irof C K Norton of Cam bridge Mass und revoked a bequest to the Uodlelan library of books por traits and drawings by himself and Turner Bishop William Taylor who is now on the superannuated list of the Methodist Episcopal church has hind n most eventful career Previous to his retirement from active life four years ago he had preached continu ously fer fiftythree years lIe began ns a street preacher in California and then went to work in foreign mis sioiic Ho has worked In Africa Aus truth a India South America Asia anal in most of the islands of the South Pacific The woodcock seems to be rapidly nearing the end of his race The bird is not shot in the spring but in many states time hunters are allowed to go after him in July Knrly floods drown out his young und unlike quail time woodcock is easily discovered and stops nesting The bird commands a high price in the market and Is lot lowed relentlessly by the gunner who shoots to supply the tumble of the toms who can afford to pay S13o a head for his birds A novel mind Mcnsationul divorce case just been Illed at Clinton In The plaintiiT Mr Alhcrtinii Klcinsmitii alleges that her husband Michael KIciiiMiiltli kissed her and that before doing so he smeared his lips with a Kiibtle and deadly poison She nllegtB lint immediately after she became deathly ill from tho poison with which he had smeared lill lips rind for some time her life was In danger and was saved only ns by a miracle The husband denies the charge New York and other American ccn tern of population mire to furnish ser ant girls for London and other for eign cities Norumua K Lees a rep resentative of the National Domestic association of London arrived in New York the other day on the St Louis lie Is commissioned to engage an unlimited number of house ser rants who will be guanmted good po tllloiiK in the best families abroad and whose passage will be paid by the association Ladles maids there receive ag high rjb seventy noundi r year asrrxe quitr HOUR Thou knowest all our trials Tord Each tin and need and grief And Thou hast promised In Thy Word Sometime to send relief Rut Thou hast set n task for each As soldiers In a war Who storm some point the height to reach Through battles thunderous roar Help us for we are faint Indeed Our little strength Increase With manna true our spirits feed And hid our fears to cense From Thy great white throne far above Thou dost our conflicts tte O God of power Thou God of love Our Friend and Helper be Let purity and truth be ours While here we dwell below Accept and consecrate our powers lake every virtue prow Lead Thou through each perplexing strife DP with us all the way Lift UP our hearts from death to life Crown Thou each passing day Oh when our hope Is burning low Its oil Is wellnigh rpent As up lh rugged path we 10Tho rocky sleep ascent Be Thine the voice resounding clear With victorys thrilling ring To tell Thy people Thou art near The needed aid to bring Anna 31 Woodfln In Vnlon Signal KINGA Stirrung story o- fEd AFrey Laic In mcili incS Copyright 1899 by F Tennyson NeelyJ CHAPTER XIV Covnxrrn No time need be wasted in telling the effect of this assignment to quarters Prolific n source of squabble as is time custom ashore it becomes intensified afloat and when coupled with it came n slinking lip and rearrangement of seats at able all hope of harmony van ished on the instant The two brave young army girls still retained their seats nt the captains table but two most cMlnmbl young women led Cross nurses were dropped therefrom and transferred to that of time second officer on the port side much to the comfort of n rather large percentage of their sisterhood who had rrgarden their previous elevation with feelings of not unmixed gratification Then iflieers who had been seated with the generals stall had to vacate in favor of Mrs Frank and Dr Prober nnd Lieut Hilly Gray whose father anltljcjJiief were longtime chums nail the lied Cross nurses who hail beer at the first officers table fell back to that of time third It was every bit as good ns the other hut It didnt sound so and they couhlnt see it and there were faces sour ns the product of the ships linker when that evening all hands went down to dinner and the silence maintained or the ominously subdued tone of the talk at the other tables was in marked contrast with the hilaritythat pre rolled where sat the grayhaired ruddy cheeked old chief and the laughing coterie that listened to time limit that fIll from the lipof Wit lh II Garrison Armstrong silent and somber at time captains right looking forward from time to time saw only one face at the generals table that was not lighted up with merriment it was the face of the boy he envied If envy of this kind ever entered into his heart and he wondered ns he looked nt Hlllys curly head what could have come over that glut young life to leave so deep n shadow on Ms handsome face One night just tine week later Arm strongs eyes were opened More than once in the meanwhile he had invited the young officers confidence and Hilly who three months earlier had been nil gratitude and frankness protested lucre was nothing on his mind Hehad been very III that was all As In Cankers charges they were simply rot lIe hadnt till faintest inkling what had become of time purloined letters any more than he had of the whereabouts of his Delta Sig friend young Morton now olllcially proclaimed n deserter lint Armstrong heard more talei of Wilehles devotions to him in his Ill ness and the slow convalescence that ensued noted how the boys eyes fol lowed her about the deck and how many n time he would seek hcr side even when other men were rending walking or chatting with her Arm strong looked with wonderment that was close allied to incredulity and pair Was it possible that this blithe lad who had won such a warm interest in time heart of such n girl ns Amy Lawrence could he forgetful of her faithless to her rind fascinated now by this selfish and shallow butterfly It was Incrtd Uriel Hut waa it The days luau groiva hot ter the nlgkU closer and tair between dl lltJ was stifling then the era rolled high and closed the parts Offi cers had taken to snoozing up on deck in steamer chairs Jh an unwritten low the port side orthe promenade deck was given up to them after at night but time women folk had the run of the starboard side at any hour when lht crew were not washing down ducks rmstrons had been far forward about wo orifk one breathless night to see for MiiiKelf the condition of timings in than hospital under the forecastle The main dent vas crowded wllh sleeting tornis of fnliHcrs who found it impOK ilble to viand the heat below so on Ills etur1 instead of continuing along the rantfvny he decided to climb the Iron aJder from the main to the promenade tck It would land him at time forward nlof time starboard side There he wild sinake a cigar In peace and quiet It is high time everybody was asleep RH n hula head and eyes reached I- hIel oS the deck he became suddenly vrue c4 n couple huddled close toy her in Ovt shelter of n canvas scrim 4d iJTuler the steps lending visitst f Zl1rlie knew Grays u Voice nt once nnd Cray was pleading He knew her tones of old nod she emus Imperative and listening with obvious impatience for almost at the instant of his arrival she spoke low yet distinctly Do ns I soy do ns I beg you when we reach Manila and then come und bee how can reward C1IAPTHIJ XV Manila nt lastl Queen city of the archipelago nail Manila again bey sieged The loveliest of the winter months was come The Luneta mid the Pasco de Santo Lucia close to the sparkling waters were gay every even lug with the music of the regimeiita bands and thronged with the carriage of oldtime residents and their new amid not too welcome visitors Spaniel dames and damsels invisible at other hours drove or strolled along time road way to enjoy the cool breezes tint swept in front the beautiful bay nail take wistful peeps at the dainty toilets of the American belles now arriving by every bout from HongKong All the Castilinn disdain they might look ami possibly feel toward the soldlery of Uncle Sam gave place to liveliest inter est and curiosity when the wives and daughters of ids soldiers appeared upon the scene mind there wax one car tinge about which whenever it stopped n little swarm of officers gathered and toward which nt any time nil eyes were directed that of the White Sisters Within time old walled city nnd In the crowded districts of lllmondo Qtitapo nnd San Miguel north of the Paslg nod again in Paco and Krmltn to time south strong regiments were stationed in readiness to suppress the first sign of the outbreak so confidently predicted by the bureau of military Intelligence In a great semicircle of over SO miles girdling the city north east and south the outposts and sentries of the two divisions kept watchful eyes upon the Insurgent forces surrounding them Aguinaldo unit his cabinet at Mnlolos to the north had null but declared war upon the obstinate possessors of the city and had utterly forbidden their leaving the lines of Manila mud seeking to penetrate those broader Melds nail roads and villages without Still hug ging to its breast the delusion that a semiMalaysian race could be appeased by show of philanthropy the govern ment at Washington decreed that despite their throwing up earthwork against nail training guns on the American positions the enemy should be treated as though they neter could or would be hostile and time prhllcgr denied by them to American troop were by the American troops accorded to them Coming nnd going at will through our lines they studied OUt force our arms equipment numbers supplies method nail long before time Christmas hells had clanged their greeting to that universal feast day mind the boom of cannon ushered In thin new year nil doubt of the hoMllr semi meats of the insurgent lenders hail can shed Alrendy there had been ominous clashes at time front and with every day the demeanor of the Philippine officers nail men became more and more In solent nnd defiant Ceaseless vigilance nnd selfcontrol were enjoined upon time soldiers of the United Slates nearly all Btnlwnrt volunteers from time far west nnd while officers of the staff and of the halfdozen regiments quirlcrrd with in the city were privileged each day to stroll or drive upon the lunetn there were others that never knew an hour nway from the line of time outposts nnd their supports Such was time ease with Stewarts regiment far out toward time waterworks nt ihrest Such was the case with the Primeval Dudes on the other side of time Panlg lining the banks of the crooked estuary that formed the Itnhcon we were forbidden to cross Such was time case with Canker nnd time tecutli in the dense bamboo Ihlekit to the south nnd ro it happened tint nt first Armstrong nail HUly Gray saw nothing of each other amid limit little of the White Sisters probably n for tunate thing for nil lacer since that memorable night on the Queen of the Fleet Gray haul slim diously avoided leis whilom friend nail counselor while the hitlers equally studious avoidance of Mrs inrrison hail become observed throughout the ship The dominion and power of that little lady had been of brief duration as was lo be expected In time case of a woman who had secured for her undi vided use till best tine airiest and by far time largest room on the steamer a cnbine de IIINC Indeed Ihat for a weeks voyage on nn Atlantic liner would have cost n small fortune while here for n sea sojourn of more than double time time under tropic skies and while olio and worthier women were sweltering three In n stuffy max below It had cost lint a smile The rnplnin had repented him of his mngnanimily before time lights of Honolulu failed out astern The general began to rend ize that he had ben made a catVpaw of and his amour propre bring wound fd he hud essayed for a day or two majestic dignityof mien that became comical when complicated with the qvilniK of seasickness There wns even noticeable aversion on part of some of the officers of the Dudes who Laving made Ihe journey from the hay to Honolulu with the women passengers army wives mind bed Cross nurses nat urally become the recipient of the views entertained by these ladles Quit to see If slow to seem lo see Mrs irank ins lost no time In begging one of the young soldier hires to share her big stateroom nail broad nail comfort iiblr bed rand the lady preferred the meat nnd discomfort between decks to reparation from her friend Then Mrs iarrison tendered helm time rntrof her cabin during time day mod evening tug gnat ed indeed that on hot nights they tome nail sleep there one on the bed and one on the couch nail they thanked her btit never came She coddled the general with cool champagne cup whdn he was in the throes of mal de mer and held him prisoner with her vivacious chatter when he was wen enough to- cue to lath JJut after all her must ww r- 11 serious trouble seemed to consist in keeping Ullly Grny at respectful dls tance He sought her side day after slay to Armstrong mild nmaze at inns been said and when he could not he with her wns moody even fierce nnd ugly tempered he whose disposition had been the sunniest In nil that gray shivery dripping sojourn nt the Sun Francisco rump Hut once fairly settled In Manila the White Sisters seemed to regain nil the old nscendcncy Col Frost had taken n big cool roomy house surrounded by spacious grounds down in Malatc and close to time plashing waters of the bay Duties kept hunt early and lute at his office In the walled city limit every evening otter the drive and din tier callers came thronging In and all Wilehles witcheries were taped into ploy to charm them into blindness and to rover Nitas fitful and nervous moods now almost painfully apparent Frosts face duns at times n thunder cloud and army circles within the outer circle of Manilas stun plainly that nil was not harmony betwixt that veteran Benedict and that fragile fluttering baby wife Till bloom of Nltns beauty was gone She looked wan white even haggard She haul refused to leave HoiigKongorcome to Manila until Mar garets arrival then flew to the shelter of that sisterly wing Prank iarrison had been occupying n room under the same roof with hits general but both general amid aidedecamp were now much afield and Frank sprat far more days and nights along the line of blockhouses than he did nt home The com lag of his wife was unannounced nnd uterly unlooked for Did consult v husband site exclaimed In fill prise when asked time question one tiny by the wife of a etcrnn field officer Merciful heaven Mrs Lenox there wns no time for that except by cable annul nt four dollars a 0111 No If any doubt of what Frank Garrison n say or do exists in my mind I go Quit do tin thing at once turn the doubt settled If he approve well and pond If he doesnt well then Ive lund my fun anyway Hut it made little difference whut Frank Garrison ought think snyor do when Nitns nerd meow in question it was for Nlln Hint Margaret meson so Midiirnly quitted the Iroidin and luau tenrd to llnVnil It wns for her sake to be her counsel nnd protection tie elder sister hnd braved refu nl diflUil ties criticism even Armitrong open suspicion nnd dislike to take that Jung voyage to n hostile clime That shim braved too her husltund ili pleii urr WaR not n nastier of sufficient weight to merit rnnidcriitinn Stun tens there lo help Nlln mind until Hint baple child were freed from peril thnt cter thrrilrnlng secmrd supping her very life Mnrgurct GurrUnn mrnnt to stay For the litter limit came bynay of lie knew Grunts voice tt once Honolulu hnd loltl the elmer titer of increasing jealousy nod suspicion on the colonels part of his dreadful rage at Yokohama on learning tint even there the srry hour of their arrival when the consul tame nlM nrd with a hatch of letters in Ills hand he had one for Mrs Frost Sir hind barely glanced at lid content before she was Mrickm with n Ill of trembling tote it in hail tossed time frngmrnls on the swtft ebbing tide then rushed to her state room There she nddcd a postscript to the pang letter penned to Margaret on the voyage and the purser not her husband aw it safely started on the Gaelic liming for San ImmJMo tin Honolulu that very day That letter beat the ordinary mall for time Queen was heading senwnrd cten ns the One lie came steaming In the coralguarded harbor nail a little packet wns tossed aboard the new troop skip an slumped away one mloslvc in it trilling Witthie Garrison tlmt tore man ttho r life had been wrecked by her si ters enforced desertion was already In Manila await ing her coming and telling her more over that the packet placed in Urn JJra tolls hands contained only her earlier letters In hit reckless wrath Latrohc had told her tint those which hound her to him by the most solemn pledges those that vowed undying lure und devotion were still in his hand and that sine should see him mind them whru IItlnsl tic reached Manila Three mortal weeks lid the sisters been there together and never once In that time did Nila venture forth except when under the eicoit of her black bro srd husband or Hit protection of her mulling witching yet vigilant Mar garet Never once hud their house been approached by anyone who bore resem blance to the dreaded lover All along the Cnlle Heal where were the quarters of many officers little guards of regu mars were stationed for black rumors of Filipino uprising came with every few ilnyi nnd some mens hearts were falling them for fear when they thought of the paucity of their num bers compared with time thousands of fppatlcal natives to whom the liking of luinnn life was of lest account than the CTS cf a game chicken and In who tfht assassination was a virtue wW A rid OflP QIII foe Already r tier many officers who lend weakly yielded to time Importunity of n devoted wife was cursing the folly that led mint to let her Join him The outbreak was Im minent Anyone could see the war was sure to come even those who strove to banish alarm nnd reassure mi unxioui nation And when time call to iiriui should tound duty honor and Ina would demand tutu soldiers instnul answer on the hint lie llnf then who win to sire for the women The very serf rants in each household It wan known were In must cases regularly enrolled In the Insurgent army The crowded districts in time city the nlpa huts sur rounding the wealthy homes In the suburbs swarmed with Filipino soldiery In the garb of pence Inns nnd niniiiu nitioB iKitli Ire stored In till great stone churches Knives bolus and ills tols were hidden In every home Through the clergy In some Instances MIll foreign residents In others tho statement was tit afloat that every American officers residence wan mapped und marked that the Tognls were told off by name so many for each house In proportion to the number of Ameiienii Inmiitcs and day utter day uwujting the signal for thief bloody work were native devotees greeted with kertllc bows oust studied the habits of the of tiara they were designated to full upon In their sleep cued slny without mercy lven women nnd children were not lo hlnrlnrIIterror For n time In dread of Ihl new peril Nila Frost almost ft rot the oilier but not no Miirptrct She scoffed und scouted the rumor of Fil ipino outbreak She laughed nt Frost who nil too etldently believed In it nml was In hourly trepidntlnn He begged that time guard nt hula quarters might be doubled end was totnllr unnerved when told it might even nve to be rrIduced Not so Mm Frnnft Shim mndr friend with time stalwart sergeant commanding nlwnv had hot cotTer fluid sandwiches ready fur time midnight relief mode It u point to learn the nnme of cinch mioecsslre non cnmuda xloncd officer in charge and had a win some mn He nil worth for the sun miss us she pnssrd It wasnt 11 II 11 nil nggrtr stun lint air feared The men won dered why slme should no urgrnlly bid thrm see thnt no Mrangnri AnirrlcHiii tvnp allowed within time tmaeulte gates There were trump ln In Ma niln ahe sold When tine sishre drntr their natty little Filipino term fUslied through the bites and streets at top pen tin springy vlctofln bounding at their heel to the Imminent perilof the cockadrd hats of thr dmekyrndei nnd footmnu If not even to time seats of those trim white eoatrd blghlittnnnl topbouted Impassive little Spanish bred servitors Tho carriage slopped only nt certain designated 10111tll only then when a group of officer stood ready to greet them Not once haul they been menaced by anyone nor ap proached by than eten filthily rev sembllng poor Jit robe and WItehi Garrison svna beginning to take heart und look upon thnt threatening letter n toad piece of bluff when one day the unexpected happened To He Continued HUNTING IN CUBA In f llomtillr Anlmnli hair thin Vllil unit one Aflnril Utrrl lent marl- In eastern Cuba Weylrr campaigns of rxterininnlion have led to nn un expected result n drcldrd and probably permanent improtrmirnt of the local hunting grounds Tlioiisnnd of stampeded pigs goats and chickru taken refuge In the SierniK nod become clfMipK rtlng enough to de fy recapture 1ractlci bus also Im proved their speed nl11 Ill fowl turned into wood birds nnd pa s the night In nlniost inaecctxiblo rooststime top brnnchr of tall for pet trees Mirnudrd by n mantle of tangled vines The Spanish Itlltllrll- whll Imported pigs front Andaliiriti ami Aragon would not rccognie theJr ilocendantH In time junglcN of till SI crrn de tobre Ordinary hunting sings can unruly venture to encounter the fierce boom thnt rush nl every Inv truder of their hills mail stand at hay until their female rclntivcx here scut lletl into pathless thickets A a nntiiral gook preserves both Cu ba mid tine Domingo lime in fact more than doubled their attractive ness since the time wlien Imp compan ions of Coluinbua explored tine up land of Santiago nnd marveled nt Ihn almost total absence of wild i limit n Veils Hints abounded but thin were no ulcer in the forests no foxe bears or badgers In the nioimtnin cliffs There were neither rabbit nor squir rel the only indigcntm mint hi be lug time liuita a burrowing rodent that serums to form a connecting link between the marmot anti woodrut Indianapolis frees He Wnntril l n llv Arcnrnle During the bombardment of Alcxnn dria in 1SS2 Lord Charles llprcsforo Hiked a gunner if he could lilt a man that was on the fort Thin gunner re died Ay ay sir Then hit him In the eye said Lord Cliarlcn And he was considerably astonished when time gunner replied Which eye slrCldcago Journal tnnpprrclnleil Voenllst Clara an amateur vocnlhstIf had my voice what would you do wIl It Mnudc I dont know sitar hut I be Here J would give It n holM y till the nan came round then I would have It tuned Pearsons What IUd She 11eaa Slowboy I nm going to bias you tonight when lito Miss Willing Dont you 4ilnk time you wcre golnffT ChJcAfo PaJlj XCWIS Mlirwl Kmotlnnn To ilhittmte the feeling of Irelind toward the predominant partner an titter who lust lately been the story vl on old waiter In a Dulilin hotel U lien ate you going to get home in Ireland John lor was the fpie lion Ire ye here norr said the old man the only way dlRt1 homo rule for oiild Ireland will he if Frume an KiiMMan lermany an AtiMria an maybe Italyif they would all join together to those ItlaygianU of hiiRliali a rate getdomecautiously around a ani t etmutle were added tu the es ehotttlretogether couldnt do it said the navy ticregullLoudon Chron- lele lion Tutu r We offer One Hundred Dollirs Howard for any NIl of Iatarrh that cannot be cured by Hair Iatarrh lure F J S Co Trops Toledo We the undersigned have known K J Cheney for the last 15y ears and believe him perfectly honorable m all IxuineM Iranian tions financially able to carry out any obligations made by their firm Weil A Truw Whoewle UruggUls To Wadding Kinnan of Marvin WheleMla Toledo 0Urlll1fiiat C ttrrh Curr la taken internally acting directly upon the blood and niueoui surfaces of the ijslem Price 7V per bet tiP Sold by all Druggist Tnbmonhe Haira Family Pills are the hut AililliiK Color larryie you rvinimtwr our null torn rot thol run if a kitten Inotied at him Will he kin lick th bould alley bj himself nowIlennIhwat bmuglit about tk ck e We tote a gnat arouu Till nlckChicaKO KVCPIOK sews Yon Will ever Knint what good ink II mink you uw Carters H costs uo more thus poor ink All dea Itn alto n Tow Forty five truuapelers arrowpany the AhinU whrrrr be lor Haws Is one toss at lent who doesnt bare la toot hit owe horn to Iw liedottiaras lhiadeco llallttm Louis F Walbft INi n St Ismk Ye wrote have tsammmeededleet he wfcri the doctors gave up tbc ebUd and H cured at once Love may lash at locUmitlu but later on not iBimiuently lb silt ut theduorlHrk rises Cure for Consumption U aa teMIV ble medieme for roughs and rokleM Btnuel Orean lime N d l b 17 1900 The lazy mans motto Work Ibilt you he not rkrl l iirito Daily Newt The dear departed1eeieonsale lice end How Much You Eat Ii net the question but how mmh ou di gest because fond dcwn fend niy when It II dtgedrdcud aIllalrl UlrN up by the blood aid made into masts nerve bogie end tissue ponds KtrMptrilU rettorr to this itoHMwh tin power ofigestma lien apptUIr U Batvul aid healthy 1hea llllia it gone and Mrtngth eUmciiy aid eoduranrc retur- nStomach TroubtoMr mother hIt a very Iwd slomath trouble tine wetibtd- only 111 reunda liter uiiaji four KutUt Hood i NirMMrilu she pound She tookml lana Iftrrthrgnpaid Mdy2SlafayettcIvelabeiu Hoods Sarsaparilla iIi Amentas dr Itol M J Mr lir cis C R GoMthwaltc Drufjjtsl Troy Ala wrote rcbruarjr 38 189 II FOR GRANULATED EYELIDS I would not take 50000 for the good Palmers Lotionh- as done my son who had been In tam of a physician for IS months Lotion Soap irrfcnb and unit In curing tore ryes and tort eyelids At drujsiU only 100 K I1 OUTTot tour fmliy romfoni an 4JQurca- nAIRES Rootbccr Hill ronlrtbuln mnrf la It Than it ii ant atui of Klloni Inc rrntn Wrlu M minlrranaue1C rnautaarii urcn- AIttr i IWL DOUGLAS S3 35O SHOES UNION MADE Wo with 4 to SG comparer other mak- osIl1d1i user f M JOOOUIIOrrrl f KYThfprtHtln lure W I name and anon stamped on bottom fakevno ubtlllute claimed at nodnur dealer mshould here them ilrj we will sent a pii on ol and I luthrtruuimun The iirllun of unseen TI ca ily anti simply solved with n packaci onlfneI1rylag water andset away to cool The rcult U a delightfully pure jelly and an ideal1llos setI flavors are orange lemon straw berry ra nhcrry peach wild cherry nail the andhrttpenJoeldTHI IAI MANillA 9O UU A DAY IWlf alaior Woniitl eonnryWrite rentsflaformsnoa Use Certain Corn Curt PnceISc r fyi wr TI LOST FAITH IN EACH OTHER 110 Ih llrt Urll0 IIrolrrol Iti innu Ciinllilrnrr unit rrtUid Imin Ulna Currrr- A s Springfield politician tells a queer lory of how two former memberH of the legislature took to drink Two young fellow from the eon prcMlonnl district where nied to ligIwiik elected one term nnd reelected the rext The other wns first elected at the beginning of his fritmis iceond term The twoterm man WHS llllll wont tell you Ills but niiine The othcri first niiinr wns Joe mil and IOl Jinil been playmates III youth they were related distantly tbINkIII1 eiteh had n high opinion of lh other Neither drunk that Is be fore they took their IIr1 rInkInu1 urn getting nhettd of my story If iinyonu maul stItIit n thing nbout Joe lit II would Imve knocked him down If anyone hud told Joe that luau ever token n drink the InformrrMhend would lmv been punched Knelt thoiiKht the other Incapable of a mean net and matter of fact It would 011111fellllwHIHII hnllll md cold the first dny of the new s Mlnn nnd I ndvUed him to take hut whisky Hi didnt like the MM lid I IMVI never 10lh Ill mytelf WITH A CJUHH IN 1118 HAND for Insisting that it wni the only thIn tO iirre him up We cunt po to the Milton though snh he nnd I agreed placeInport for tolltMlans who want to get n UU without being seen In n taloon- Illetl up along every wall of the rear room wrrr barrels There were n bun sired tMrrels of strong ilrlnk In tit- 11ett The Iwr tender If you cwild call time man that where there waant any bar drew n falrslze whUky for Mil ami one nlxtiit the iii of n 4iou e for me lust as we rllnketl our gbmes mind put them lo our lls saw look of ashy mleneM come over Hills fuee I followed lila pyrs which were toward the deer and there wan Joe with a glnsfi In his hand ready for a drink A remark from u mnn nenr Joe did the builnets tokl you w ed nnd lUll lucre he Milil loJoe lnt iMllng It nsn Joke lint Ii men lonknl white and nothing could hue convinced Joe that Hill hadnt been In tlir habit of pending his line among nil thote Iwrrels boorlng later tenrncd that Joe hail also hnd n cold and that hum friend luau brought him In the same way luau Bill found It mil too lute however Time mNcMcf had been done Prom that time for wnrd each doubted tholhr Hoth tried to explain hilt neither believed the other The upshot of It wan that both UMI their fnlth In human nntiire iMd ulllmntely both really took to ilrlnklnir It wan n little at n time at first but the amount Increased until finally they beenine merely good tel huivp llnth voted for n haul pleetof leg Isatlnn Inter and werrdefented for re niimluntlon Chicago Dally News TEMPERANCE DRIFT The Tree Church Temperance aoelety of Hcolliinil celebrating lh jubilee this year The first tcmporrnee journal to be published In llussln in the Vlestnlx Tresvostl Messenger of Tempernnee Us first Issue appeared September icu Temperance people will watch with Interest till doing of the Itoyal Welsh fiuI lee rut during the piesent Transvaal nmpnlgn for men of the battalion ire utanch teetotalers The United Norwegian Lutheran church which numbers 225000 mem brr at lib recent convent Ion at SI Ianl Inc html Irerldent McKlnlcy on the canteen question The late Mr Cndbury the founder f the Hlrmlngham temperance insti tute directed that C37AOH bespeclflc b llly bpiiiestrd bestdes legacies for re ligious Institutions Tin London tem perance hospital will get c 10000 Temperance work Is having nuspl S clous beginnings In lull hood Tcm plnrlsm ii nil open societies have been successful hold many meetings and do aggressive work There are promi neat physicians at the capital nail rIse vhcre and oilier public men who gate restriction and total abstinence An Amerlcnn rilj- Twentyfix thousand arrests for IrunkenncMi a year anti 3000 Imprison ments Is tat appalling record of one of he mot enlightened of American jltlcs It means one arrest to rrrItour families The net cost to the city pet therefore mor thun wcto I I TilE VOICE OF SCIENCE How Mini lroliiil lie Clntinnl f4i It a Iolion In the Mlrlce Mensef Dr Hleitler Swlterlnnd Journnl of Inebriety April JSO page 111 The physiologlenl effect of alcohol U trfil of a poison whore use Is to be lim ited to the utmost liven the moderate use now practiced injiirlour 3 Dr II lvii Kriitiie French Jour mini of Hygiene Perfectly pure ethyl alcohol Itself exercises a dangerous no t Ion upon the animal economy anti must be considered a true poUon 3 II Adolph Kick late professor of physiology Wurbnrg university Oer many International rrplltllllollInI- In exhnustlvc deflnltlon We shall hate to class every inhMnticn nn n prison which on becoming mixed with the blood causes n disturbance in the functions of any organ That alcohol Is such a MlhsUincf cannot be doubted Very appropriately has the Kngllsh lan gui uIgs named the disturbance caused by alcohol beverages intoxleatlnn which by derivation means poisoning iuiihmIIhiedInconsidering at lergth the question an to whether alcohol s n poison defines poison us a substance capable of In juring the hotly either by causing data age to the tissue or by pnxllielng functional disturbance lie eoiiclml ed that alcohol Is a poison In both senses 6 Dr A Iorel professor of nervous diseases 1nlverslty of Xurlch Switz erland Alcohol even when diluted as In PoisonhiIeiiBitea of till boily and leads to fatty de pcmmklugeer the latter for example a glass of wine or n half liter of beer Is also In jurious n on u to It Injures till brain b producing paralysis and disarranges ment of function limit Is clearly dem IruicpeiItiSmithsame has never been controverted Time most moderate lukohol In uite useless for t Iheindlvldunls but by means of example nnd fashion pro duces an Incalculable KllIllnJllr nail misery of the IIIIIM because all can not remain moderate and the strictly m dernti remains nt least the ccep- ti0ltlIjflfl Hlglml ONE OF THE CAUSES lId lrrlInl nInrInrnllrtlit Illonil llr iill In CrnrlnK for Anlrnl splrlli It Is now pretty well understood that loud feeding and consequent poverty of pirItmummlyVhmeilearned tho value of a good hot meal for a tired hungry man and knows how to prepare It there may Ix less netd of temperance MKtocintlonn anti- liquor licensing laws There U rea son to hope that the eoollng lemons now Included In the school board rill riculum may effect an Improvement In the dietary of the working classes for there Is little doubt that In ninny such homes It hits not been so much the want of material ax the want of skill to turn what wa At hand to good ac count In the course of time too the Instructions the young scholar are re melting In the Industrial departments ought to make thrill more etllclent servants as well HS housewives n eon summation devoutly to be desired by employers us hitherto there has been no branch of culture excepting do mestic service where some klnll ol prentleeshlp has not lei required and where the doubtful pleasure ol teaching has been conjoined with the penalty of paying for Incapacity and stumiciItyChnmnhera MUST NOT IMBIBE ABSINTHE linn Ilnrnl finn Ii1 tlir Irrnrh- MlnUlrr of Vnr irn Julllfrl A very important ilfclslon WIIK pro niuulgn ted by the French tiilnlttcr nf nor iII the MurquU tlo inlli tel nnd one which in particularly note worthy In a country like France where lh e conximption of uiti nnil tiC teuimm pe rI t iTs Mich as absinthe nnil vermuth Is no prevalent the aper lilt hour bet ween sIx nnd KIVCII p m belnj n regular institution in France and especially In 1iiris For homr time the leading nxdlcal men have been Itll J eondcinnlng time prnctlqu declaring that time ihlef briindy antI alcoholic concoction sold aperitifs are rapidly filling time lu natic nxylumx of the country llfccntly n number of military chiefs prohibited the stile of Mich drinks In the bnrrnckx anti camps under their command Sen Galllfet now comes out decree milking this prohibition general throughout till French army Xo brandy or otJier spirits and not o caiietiimperil mny henceforth bf sold although wine beer nnd eider are lit allowed ns Innocuous beverages iII dc iallifct this decision in taken not only for the rake of uni tonally in army regulations hut to ex tent to tIme entire army bent Ileetit nhi n which should not be confined to ccitnln corps rur r nf n Clt Drmt Selintifller Fays In the S4 Iouls Christian Advocate In n err lain city 1000 paloous are doing buxl Hess These take In on nn average IS per day This makes time awful rum of 1500000 spent every year In that city for Intoxicating drink After mm mnrblng a long list of things most de sirable for the municipality and indi viduals wlilch this monej wouM buy the worthy doctor adds thnt enough would remain to buy out every saloon ut ia averts e eojt of SHOO each THE SUNDAY SCHOOL Lrunn In time Inlrrnnllonnl Srrlra tom June III 1100 llrnth ot John HIP llnpllit IPrermrrtl hy It C Ixnlngton TUB UiHSON TEXT Mark 61429 And King Herod hfnrcl of Him for Ills mono was Kprend abroad and he told That John Iho Kapllut woe ttnfrom the iload nail Iticrrforo mIghty wnrlts do show forth OlTtlsclvoit In him Others sold That It Is Kllnii And otlirrxKnld That It Is a prophet or as one or tho prophets IS Hut when Herod heard thereof V maId It In John whom I beheaded Itt risen from the dead Ior Herod hlmvtlf had sent forth and laid hold upon John anti bound him In prison for HerodlaV sake Pits brother rhlllps wife for ha had married her IS Tor John hail until unto Herod It not lawful for theo to have thy brothcrn wife Therefore Herodlas hnd ft quarrel against him and would have killed him but the could not SO For tIered feared John knowing that ho was n just man and an holy and oh ncned him nnd when ho heard him he Slit many thins and heard him gladly And when n convenient day was come that Herod on his birthday mado n upper to his lords hIgh captains and chief entitle of Galileo St And when the daughter of the said Herodlns came In nnd danced and pleased Herod nnd them that sat with him the klne nald unto tho damsel Ask of me whatsoever Ihou wilt and I will give It thee a And lie nwaro unto her naUoever thou slmlt ask give It thee unto the half of myliluigiom Anti she went forth and said unto tier mother What shall askT Anti she said Tho head of John the llnptlst 5 And iamb In strnlehtway with hastn unto tho klmr and asked saying I will that thou Blvo mo by nnd by Itj n charger tho hrnd of John the llnptlst 14 Anti the king won excwillnu morn yet for Ills oaths sake anti for their mikes which sat with him ho could not reject her Anti Immediately tile king sent An ex ecutloner und commanded Pits head to bo brought and ho went and beheaded him In Urn prison f 2t And brought hlf head In a charger and snvu It to the damsel nnd the dam tel gao It to her mother 5 And when his dlsclplm heard of It they nine nnd toptrtip his corpse and laid It In n tomb UOlDKN TKXTHo not drunk with wine wherein In excess but be niled with the HplrltKph 61S- NOTKH AND COMMENTS llrrod Antlilas ton of Jitrod time Great wan the llomnn ruler over Gall Ice nixl IVrcn with time title of king I- Willi III this ers territory that Jesus hud been dolttffllu greatest work lila word uitil orks rnttic to time ears of Herod nn l todays ICMOII conies In an time result of the rcfieVMlonB of time Irked Wng What heMiml said must have been court gossip An150 filtered down to the people generally Vccnn then make thU lesson n study of tIme character of Herod and of his relations with the brave prophet John time Hop list noting especially Herods Troubled Conscience llenxtn Iharucter- llertMs Crime Herods Troubled Conscience There never yet been n guilty conscience limit that It Puns been manifested In koine outward word or not Herod lund committed great and dreadful crime nnd it torments him when one might think his thoughts were furthest from It The wonderful works that JCKUR Inn been doing during time nn tumn of A SSand the following win ter are related to him Nothing luau been saidabout lohn yet the guilty mind of the king Immediately m socl nted the two great and good turn It might seem and probably wns the fact that good turn were generally this counted at that court Here were two who rose far above the nvernge One luau rebukrd the king bren imprisoned nnd murdered another arises says nothing about the king simply going about telling the glad tidings of time kingdom amid doing good Vlille the works of Icsus were being told Herod reviews lila great crime Herods Character This Incident reveals time kind of man Herod was hInd associations was one of lila fall lumgs Then he hnd been guilty of break lug one of the laws of time decalogue In taking lo himself his brothers iTf John had Mild this wns not lawful and the kings Intelligence had not lumen blunted so far at lo Iell It lint he could Mam out nlnlnt lila wife far enough to save time life of John from her hands This however was not strength of mind but time reverse prob ably superstition least nkln to that was lila femur of killing a just man nnd nn holy Hut this dread of conse quences was not so strong as one other characteristic of Herods nature He could not stnnd the scorn of hula com panions It was for hula oathH sake anti for their smikes which sat with htm that John was finally beheaded nnd we may well suppose that It was not so much for the oaths sake as for tear of the scorn of those with him lilt hnd been solely for lila oat Ims sake Pie would probably have let his first refusal to behead John st and Herods Crime Herods crime was time beheading of John tIme Ilnptlst John wns imprisoned In Macherus n strong fortress and castle on time bor ders of Arabia nine mitts east of the northern end of the Death sea In March or April A 2S He was beheaded n year Inter The not shows how a crime grows He had bven rebuked by John for what he knew was n sin Instead of repenting he Imprisoned time Lord messenger limit he hnd not tficMrt to Ink lila lift yet just this Is what eventually happened inrr find Tnnitnen Tongues imbue cannot work much mischief In time world It takes ear to make tluwork of tongues complete efficient If tongues must he bridled ears must be slopped Many n mini who would not tell nn Impure story or give impetus to n ribald jest will to lilt part in demoralizing himself nnd MR fellows by onenlng his ears tn II Denfnecs helps tIme evil speaker If hold hi10IlglllS S Times Them Wnjr lo heaven The wny to Heaven Is by Wecllhfr rqfs pnglUh Proverb Sleep ChniiRfs the The jury in a recent law TfrUfOtIscreed upon time verdict home to After went home the next This ihowt the power of sleep to strengthen the human e who are troubled with insom ala should Hostellers Stomach Hitter It tints the itomach in good condition and induce sweet sleep It is time best of remedies for kidney liver and blood dfor den TIt Victoria In Doitnn bnroonfered to mingle with street boys Once I thought otherwise and permitted our Emerson to choose Ids playmates as should throw them in mi way wasnt a week sir until that boy in of his hereditary tendencies careful home training hypothetIcaltrI Puck In the Lake Country- of Northern Illinois Wiiconrin Mimic Iota and Michigan there are hundreds of the most charming Summer Heiorts await ing the arrival thousands of tourists ftom the South and East Anton list of near hy places are Fox Lake Vern Lauderdale Waukesha Oconomowoc Palmyra The Della at Kil bourn Klkhart and Mnditon while a little further nil are Minoequa Star Lake Fron tease White Dear Minnetonka and Marquette on Lake Superior For pamphlet of Summer Homes for 1000 or for of our handsomely illus trated Summer Book entitled In The Like Country apply to nearest ticket agent or four cents In postage Geo It HeafTord General la njZer Agent Old Colony Building Chicago III Iarlteultir About Ills Shoe A western couple who were on a visit to New York for first time put up at the WaldorfAitoria during their stay in this and what was of their first day in New York they largely devoted to view W the decorations of the hotel The myrtle room the Astor gallery and the great ballroom were viewed b them and the mag oppulentdecorationraid little however in comment but thAI awe was one of the feelings that what they had witnessed gave rite to was evidenced hllibaml who upon retiring for the night when he was b his faithful epou e if according to his usual custom he was not to put his shoe outside to be blackened emphatically Not mueh It I did thld tllemoi y Tribune One XlRhl to Ilenrrr Via Chicago Lnlon Pacirtc A NorthWe ern Line Colorado tytcljl leave Chica go 1000 every morning arriving Denver 1o the next afternoon Colorado Spring nrd Manitou tame evening No change of ciin All meals in Dining Cars Another Utl train at 1030 P M Daily New book Col orado illustrated mailed on of four cents Ticket Offices Chicago tt NorthWestern lly 103 Clark St and Well St Station Iullf Vlllntrs Irrlinps garrllninMr a ning planted a cat under a tree yesterday evening PitUburgh Chronicle lelcgrmmh Do Tour Fret Ache and Hnrnf Shake into your shoes Allen FootKase a powder for the feet It makes tight or New Shoes Kaiy Cures Corn Itching Swollen lint Callous Smarting Sore and Sweat Feet All Druggists and Shoe Stores leI tie Sample tent FKKK Address Allen S Ulnuted Le 1101 Time Proper Term The Maid Marriage is promotion commotiondont To Cure n Cnlit In One IJnr Take nxatlvo Hrnmo Quinine Tablets AU druggists refund money Kit falls to euro 25o A Glrli Ittlmnlr of Men A girl may have ten brothers hut her opinion of men is derived from reading of those in novels Atchiion Globe Remember that Glenns Sulphur 8nap- Jlruenlll all the aiivantdgcs of sulphur baths 1tHills lidur and Whitker Dye Hlack or Drown tOe No woman should think of marrying until she acquires a forgiving dispositmomiChm- itago Dill Sweat anti fruit acids will tot discolor goods dyed with 1irrxixi VuiELEji Urea olil bv all ilrukcltU MAiiKirr IIIIOHT jIll llllali June CATTFiK Common tt 23 Kf Select butchers 3 10 ft 3 15 CA1VKS Ixlras 1116 75 I1OUSStimct puckers 5 20 it 5 L5 JBHKlCrIAMIIS ICMru 5 00 Ii 7 2- 5lIOlK Spring pat ao itI S- OVliii1No S red f 72 OlIN Xo 2 mixed 0 10 OATS No 2 1II1lIu 2 ItIct 2 fll at- JIAYtlmnice tiiui tby ft 15 MKSS PUHK 11 50 LAUD fi JjJHITUKCh dairy t HI 21ijAPiLKSIOTATOKSIVr bil ljU 0 c TOIIUCO New 2 I3 ili 30 Old 1110 nl5 73 CIIICAUU- FIOU15 Win piitcnt f1J 70 WIIUAT Xo J red ii Xo J Hprlng U4 Aiij 05 iCliXXo 2 37Ci JiOATS No 2 2tmu1 22 KVK Xo 2 5- 3POKKMutil 11 00 ill 10 1AIM Stciim fi 00 0 7i- XKW a YOHK FLllWIn patent 3 i1J S3 rlm iSo 2 red fli S2H tollS Xo 2 mixed fill 4P IaBPOI5IC Mess 11 75 n 12 j- OJIISII1I11I iC 7 05 1IAIT1MO- HIFlOril Win patent 3 Tf 3 80 C1o 2 red i5ys ti 33 Southern 07 J1 1 oliN Xo 2 mixed 40yC toy OATS Xo 2 mixed iI SSy- 3CATTIll First qual 3 10 ir 3 I1OUStVesterim 5 SO v 3 00 INDIANAPOLI- SWllliAT Xo 2 red ffi 7- 1JitNXoI 2 mixed ffi 301j OXfSo 2 mixed 20 LOUISVILLE i1OUIiVlmi patent 4 2i f 4 WllKAT Xo 2 red J 71 OltX3iixed ft 42 23i3lOIFC3esLAItteamn 5 87 kA Slsleen It IthnhlpNew York one of the iiitlior hip DieJurk livingmlovingly of wrote the Nieu Netherlands the peaceful nUn of the Httlson from Albany tn Mifiliil n tlc many legends with which inure irion abounds notably that of Kip Van Winkle anti his long slrep and thtnncient mmei and families wlinie deiccndants are Mll a Power in that locality So far reaching wore the elfeet of tr that in time the turn Knickerbocker beeaine the pupaar ityPieold German of staple girth clutching lirmlv 1tlnriOlIlIIorlalizcdvein of sentiment in thc American people long ago a train r rrvit ii i no tig ura to New York from 81 LOIIH to which Father Knickerbocker lent Inn 11IIeiu to the average traveled American ai to res idents of his own City Leaving St Louts at noon the traveler is horne swiftly And safe ly to Fattier Knickerbockers abode trav ersing by daylight those scenes with which he was so arriving at New York the next day in time for a leisurely preparation eveningSo has the service proven that the Dig four has started a new train as a companion it leaving St Louis 800 A M ceiving all Western mind Southwestern con nections and arriving in New Yorkat 2f5 IheIwayhrlrSixteen in emulation of his railroad breth ren and inquire if she M on time A months business has demonstrated that ILlS success The Hig Fours motto is Comfort in travel and the train amply liven up to the motto ai a trip on it prove to those Who desire every convenience in travel lIigtollrwill always receive a prompt and courteous reply Mother stcrnlyhle kissed twice to my knowiedge and I uiont know hoW often after that Daughter Ncithcr do I ma I never was ranch Foodat mental arithmetic Philadelphia HH NEWS Everybody railroad 1I accommodations personal charge n eary Women and liatp weary vjontait found In Lydia St makes wo strongandhoalthy to boas their hardens and overcomes those Ills to which women subject because wotnon I Pinkhams Vegetable Compound I known from coast coast curedmore sick women any other medicine friends and they writing thankful letters which appear lit this paperIf puzzled write Mrs Pinkhams advice Her address Is Lynn Mass She will chargo nothing and sho million women to health WALTHAM WATCHES The factory of the Waltham Watch Company is the and most complete establishment of the kind this or any other Watches are the most accurate timepieces it is pos sible to make Watlfum Welches Are by ill retail jewelers A news ink that IS CHEAP Is manufactured by The Queen City Printing Ink Co Cincinnati Who have bad 40 experience in making NEWS INK TO MEET THE REQUIREMENTS Such as the Speed of the Prcn the Texture of the Paperthe Temperature of the Press etc It gocs FARTHER ADDS to time look of a pa per and IS CHEAP or at least ECONOMI CAL which is TEST the word CHEAP Is rrinleJ vlth THAT Int INK Makes Paper LOOK TIlE PART I + + + + + + 4 +n pspSSSpSSSSSiSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS UNCHESTER HewRival IILeader and Repeater IniUt upon them tale no others and jroa will get the best shells that cn ALL DEALERS THEM ywyyryry vvwVVVWVVrWVVV l T E DR E MOffETTSIaJsStrengthens Regulates Irritation Teething Relieves the the the MOITroubles of Children Costs only cents at Druggists ANY AGE Or null ascents tv CJ MOFFETT M Dt ST LOUIS i Likes i Bargain The best bargain in i iruTCi at jrc tiii is a personal conducted excursion to Call fornia by time 1c X i Excellent + and reliable escort J without extra y a weeP from X Chicago and Kansas City Ask for full detail X x T A GRADY Mtmcfr Tourlit Pry Ur Ihfi Santa le Riilvtay Adams Street Chicago Y v v v Wltltt tlbi lAtS Beit Cough Sjnip TancsOntu o In tine lIa by crnraifl I t ij Rast for are E men arc they aro Lydia E Is to It has than Its are everywhere are for you has in Waltham for sale Ohio years Room TilE for This Good Wfi PinithairSs Vegetable Compound constantly restored largest country pocket a f hiring money buy KEEP yyyyyy Aids Makes 25 a 1 Santa Route Three times llornli Atthltaii Topeka are GIIOIOO OMAHA v Double Dally Service Stir lino tla Rock ford Dubnqur Fort 1LRO hodceauuCouncli llbrarysmoklDE pans levplni ears free reclining chair cars jl liiffrar Sent to unrirrKlrnnl for a free opy nf Pictures and Notes EnRout llhutrat tills new a seen grunt the car window vkcts of ngmit of It it did connwrtlDS Inc A If II ANSOV II A Chlrano JlEAnKRS OF TillS PAPKH DKSIIUNO TO IllV ANTTIHNO ADVKKTISKI IN ITS COLUMNS fillOCU INSIST LTON JUVINO WHAT TIKV FOIL 11KKLSISO All SUUSTITUTK3 OK IMITATIONS giveaDmtk Ik of tf tlmoal al J to d JlrIIDIDFrm Or it OBKKN8 lullI N KE 1813 iriiEX nuiTixo TO AUVSKTISEB- Ipcnie Huto Ihul you saw ttoo AdfcrtlM Heat la Ut ii i or s f t rx i If 1 BEREA COLLEGERE- V WM G FROST Ph D President Fall Term begins Sept 12 Winter Term begins Dec 12 NORMAL DEPARTMENT 1900= 1901 General Instructors The College Faculty Special Instructors Prof Dinsmore Mrs Putnam f Tutor Matheny Lecturer Dr Mayo Berea College has always been famous for its teachers The State Superintendent has stated that Berea does more for the Common Schools of Kentucky than any other institution in the State Its teachers are wanted everywhere The Normal Department is organized to give the best training possible to teachers Classes are so arranged as to accomodate teachers and experience in teaching ma count in the course Its diploma is the highest recommendation for scholarship and training Preparation in the Teachers Grammar School Course FALL Bngliih Arithmetic U S lllttory Heading WINTER Grammar Arithmetic U8 History ihy ioogy SriUMO Grammar Arithmetic I S Hlitory Civil Government TeACher Training Class Bible study Competition Lectures on Farm and Home Topks and Music attend the coune FULL NOKMAI COURSE This course requires three years beyond the grammar schools with studies arranged as follows FIRST FALL Arithmetic 5 Grammar Elocution Drawing 1 WINTER Algebra laS Ihyiical ieograpy f Theory and Drawing 5r Geocraphy I SfRING Algebra Ib5 Botany I a nerlewiJ Bookkce ng SECOND FALL Algebra Ifs CojnpoMtlon Jhrloloj r Draln I WINTER Algebra lib a Practice lIory la 6 illghcrArttlnnetlca3 Music SPRING Algebra lie Practice 5 History lb 5 Higher Arithmetic bl Music 4 THIRD Fill Geometry or ThyMc ClawlCT 5 Civic Practice WINTER Grometry or lhrIlS English Literature VI t Theory andEerlewa6Illstoryof eluratlon a SIKINO Geometry or Ihyilcf 1iycholog S Word Study 3 Kevlewf 2 School Admin t TEACHERS NORMAL COURSE For the convenince of persons already engaged in teaching a spec ial course is provided occupying the winter and spring of each year in studyand the fall in teaching Students admitted to this course must give evidence ofe having taught at least one term under a county certificate and in cafe of spec ial defiencies may be required to take some studies in the Model Schools FIRST FAU School WINTER Arlthmetfe11a6Englisb5Theoryn1USlllitory5Geography3Br- RINO Arithmetic lib 6 Grammar CivlcfS Keview 2 Physiology SECOND FALL Teaching In Public School WINTER Algebra la Ihyrtnl rphy5 Higher Arithmetic a S Practice 5 Mutic EriUNO Algebra lb5 Botany JI Higher Arithmetic b 3 Practice 6 Mutic 2 THIRD FALL Teaching In Public School WINTER Literature VII History laS Theory and Uevlewi t Hlit of Education BFRINO lMythologyEdYJSiilsmryIbbWool StuJ3f IUvlcwi2 SchooLAilmla SHOUT APPRENTICESHIPS- For the benefit of those who are unable to take a fuller preparation for lifes work arrangement is made to give two years of special train ing in farming carpentry printing or household economy and sewing while they devote onehalf their time to study in the schools Appren tices admitted to such training must be as far advanced at least as the highest intermediate grade see CatalogueA Intermediate Out line of Instruction and must show a general fitness for the work A limited number of applicants can be recieved and and early inquiry will insure first consideration TRAINING FOR NURSES The Berea General Hospital gives to several young women a two years course of training as nurses Applicants to the first year or probationers class must be mature young women of good character and health and without relatives dependent upon them who might interrupt their course of study They must also have some education in the common branches They will reside at Ladies Hall or approved boarding places like other students and receive one lesson a day in the Hospital with ad ditional instruction in such classes of the other departments of the Institution as the Superintendent may select for them The instruction this year will cover common physiology and hygene the taking of temperature keeping of records diet for the sick disinfection and general accuracy and fidelity in following a doc tors directions Young women who complete this years course in a satisfactory manner will be reccomended not as nurses but as emer gene helpers who in cases when nurses cannot be obtained may be em ployed to care for the sick under the direction of a doctor A limited number of the most promisiug students who have completed the course as emergency helpers will be admitted to a second of instruction They will reside in the hospital receiving their incidental fee board and uniform without expense and render active ser vice in maintenance of the Hospital and care of its patients as well as in such cases outside the Hospital as the Superintendent may assign The second year course covers twelve months of continuous resi dence andservice in the Hospital with regular practice sa well as sys teniatic instruction from manuals and textbooks furnished the Institution and on its satisfactory completion acertificate will be given Each young woman entering upon this year will sign an agreement to continue to the completion of the course COURSES OF APPLIED SCIENCE preparationinfulness upon the farm in the shop and in the household These cov er two years beyond the Grammar grades including such studies as everydaythese courses is recognized by a diploma FAIIM ECONOMY TWO YEARS FIRST FALL Arithmetic I 5 Kngllih Sentence 6 Farming 5 Drawing 3 WINTER Algebra la 6 Phyilcal Geography i Woodwork 5 Drawing tSPRING Algebra Ib 5 Botany 15 Gardening Bookkeeping 3 SECOND FAlL Competition Botany II 5 Physiology 5 Drawing VilKjiK U 8 II lttory a 5 Horticulture Farm Management 3 Animal husbandry SPRING 6 Ill tory b 6 Horticulture 5 Forestry 5 Farm Crop 3 HOME ECONOMY TWO YEARS FIRST FALirlthmetlc Ill Engllth Sentence 5 Sewing 5 Drawing 3 WIKTU Algebra la b Phyilcal Geography Cooking 6 Drawing 3 8FRINO Algebra Ib 6 j Botany 18 Gardening S Bookkeeping 3 SECOND FALL Composition Phyilology Cooking 6 Drawing 3 WINTU U 8 Hlitory a 6Uouiehold Economy 6 i Dreumaklng 6 Hlitory of Education fir U S HUtory b6 Special Hygiene 5 Dairying 6 Word Study 3 ti The Counties Jackson County Green Hall Undo Dan Strong the oldest citi zen of this county deid Juno Mr E B Flnnery and wife visited his father It M Flnnery Sunday Mr McQueen of Travelers Rest visited his cousin Miss Corn Mudmau of this plnce Misses Mary and Nora Wilson who have lately returned hone from Lou don Ky where they had been at tending school visited friends at this place SaturdayWolfe County Lee City County Judge G T Center was in our town tho 2Sth looking after whiskey dealers and other violations of law and reports 15 to 20 cases James Dykes who shot Jack Miller whilo under the influence of liquor was tried by J P Koso and bound over under Slf 00 bond Drs McKeo and Taubell of Hazel green and Dr J It Carroll of this palce have been attending Mr Miller who was shot There is to bo a S S Celebration the 4th of July at Lee City There will also be a celebration at tho BethI el Congregation Church at Sprndliug Madison County Icytoutown J C Burnam was down from Oe rea last Sunday- C F Burnam now of Richmond was here Sunday visiting friends- G W Wright went to Richmond last week on business Hon John D Harris and wife went to Richmond yesterday Miss Nannie V Miller of Terril was the guest of Mr and Mrs How ard White Sunday Miss Mary V White who is attend fag school at Beren came down last Saturday to visit relatives and friends Mr and Mrs Albert Duerspn of Burnamtown was tho guess of Mr and Mrs Green Campbell Sunday evening SPECIAL DEPARTMENTS ITHE HOME Killted by MRS KATE V PUTNAM teacher in Here College Notes the Cooking Class For politicians Gold cake or sil vor cnko and election cake For a geologist Lay er cake For n sculptor Iarblc cake For nu advertiser Putts For a tailor Measure cake For a fnrnier Hoe cake For a milliner Ribbon cake For a devout Angel cake For n jeweler Gems For the irritableshort cake and ginger snaps For a baby Flannel cake For a lover Lndy fingers For the betrothed Wedding cake nnd kisses For bullaUlI bears liaised cake amid drop cake For a gossip Spice cake For nn itilerLoafcake For an office seeker Wellington cake For n sufferer from hay fever White Mountain cake For pugilists Pound cake and batter cakes For n doctor of tho old 8choolI Cup cake For a man who lives on his father lslySpongo cake For a dudo Johnny cako For II bello Vanity cake For a music teacher One two three four cake For those who partake too freely of the above mentioned Stoua coke Atlanta Constitution Ieehnltlci Nature the First When a Ulan is inclined to feel that to him alone has been given wonderful faculties let him consider some of the common inserts and many of tho exIamp es of interesting organisms are given by the Popular Science Month ly Continued In next rofoian Agriculture ritor MiuTtnttL- GtNERAtI FARatsnFieldwork fencing draining roadratklnr and eare ol IIwk Fate term live noun a week II FARM MASAOEJirM Leetum upon tom ecenoray In crop stick UilMlcct etc Winter terra Hve hour a week Ill ANIMAL ItreaANl avOUtllnedecrlptlamofrarlunebretdeofetaek and the teat meth ode of breeding and handling domettloanlmalt Winter term life hoar a week 117 FARM CRon Adaptation of farm crop to soft ant waton Sytttmi of rotation and heat method of ending tillage gathering and storing Horticulture and Horticulture ForestryIPROF MAN5 Fftmrmrj or PLANT Crmnt GofT Supplanted by practical lertonr in nurtery work of making cuttings grafting and pruning Winter terra fire hour a week FanTCfMTRi A etude of the cultivated fruits of Ihe lilted Slater their botanical relatlonn SpringtermCVLTVRt or FIFJJ AND OARiiENViflCTAliU home and marketgardening IM of hotbolt SpringtermA card catalogue of Ifi000 t S Experiment Station Index earth enable the student to u e the tinllctln published on thec topics Standard Iiortlcultural book and journal will be avail able for contultatiou Fortry Pkor MAMJS I A BOTANICAL STUDY of the mo t Important and valuable of the fomt tree of the United States with their range and adaptation to different Mil and rllmate The large lbl of trees found In the region near Berva will afford the batl of thli tu1rant arollectlon of leave twlRi and fruit will be required Lecture Geld ttudler exrunlon Fall term rive hour a week every year II controllingflowthe forest and their preparation and use In aria and manufacturer Kitlmatlng value croWinterIII reedlingrellneratlonlive hour a week every even yea- rDomestic Economy lea I Plane and fancy tltche cutting and fitting garment and the of the HwIng machine Fall term lIe hours a week II COOKINO Practical lellon In preparation and care of palatable ard nutildoui food Winter term fire hour a week III nualItleIV HyaUNEOrTiiKlIoxr Lecture on topic connected with the health of the household SpringtermTraining In ewing and cooking II alto given to girl In the A and n Grammar rciiool occupying I hours a week during each year Four young women are placed under direction of Ihe matron f the Model Cottage fur training In ilulltx of the houfvboM and perform thee duties In return for a wet of board and room rent WoodworkIEtilicATioNAL Sloyd a Con of a series of graded taodel winter and rprlng two hours b tram111gThere courn are Joined with mechanical drawing la CAKrcNTtKV TRADE lourFla Conduction care and menf tool growth and uses of native wood seasoning and preparing lumber II In Manual Training Cotme Kxten Hve aeriea of comtrucltnn problem and apprentice work upon any couitructlon In progrem Ten hours a week through the year b Carpenter geometery and ue of the steel square contraction of roof Intlde anl outside InbUIUllgThis entire court is accompanied by arcbilectual drawing A CIIANCK ronI- WtUUOUY From THE FARM Till COW A ClAra KMjr at Herca College by KiraAtm P DfVCAN tbatlawd1mw led trek Guru of the cow A good cow and good feed well fed aro two essentials in milk production but they aro no store essential than a good attendant and caretaker Ho should be quiet gentle regular even tempered and clean Ho should ar range tho work so that melt division of it should have a time for doing and then ho should do it at that tines Ho should always work to tho cows comfort Ho should not be a user of tobacco as a cow despises the smell He should see that sho has n dr light roomystallor in ono word hoI should see that sho is comfortable lIe should see that her teed is not musty dirty decayed or frozen In milking he should exercise great earn and cleanliness Her udder flank should bo clean and if not theyI should be slangedwith warm water and wiped dry Thoro should be no dust flying at milking time AH It milker he should bo quiet quick and complete For at least ten or fifteen herIging Sho should bo rubbed suflici cutly to keed her free from dirt and dead skin This rubbing gives ll1j joyment to the cow and whatever gives her enjoyment helps to fill up the milkpaid little fuller with milk Save the Manure Tho manure is another important consideration and neglect of this resource causes losses which should bo andideems it unnecessary to build a re ceptacle for the storage of manure greatItilizem have in a great measure caused time Indiference with which this great recourse is often regarded but it is much better economically and otherwiseto buy food to make fertilizers than to buy fertilizers to make food Tho dried manure of 1I cow is nearly onehalf of the food consumed but the manure produced contains W to W per cent of moist mnthrlUlaktscure and to this must be added the bedding used to that when a cow consumes 23 to pounds of dry matI ter per day a quantity of manure amounting to 1C or 20 tons per year would ho made Tho value of liquid manure is often lost sight of in prac tice but it is by far tho most impor tant Liquid manure from the cow is especially rich in nitrogen Continued next week Continued Iron the llama Department The first needle ever bill of time tailorbird who sowsleav es together to make a nest and shelter for tho youngIThe first cloth maker was the weaverbird that from threads and vegetable filaments manufactures aI fabric quite waterproof anti of very dense structure The ant hills of South Africa have been found to contain suspension bridges passing from one gallery to another and spanning a gulf of more than six inches The insect known as the water onrRIswims on his back as in that position there is lesss resistance to his prog teas Tho sympta a water insoct is pro vided with an anchor axactly the shape of those used in ships By steam of this peculiar device the insect holds himself flrtnluy ou any spotThe nautilus is a natural boat and auillllllis waterIBEREA COLLEGE IJHOver 20 teachers 700 students front liO states Hest Library in Kentucky No Saloons DEPARTMENTS For those NOT sufllclcntly advanced to get a teachers certificate yearsIIFor those siilllclently advanced to get a teachers certificate yearsIVteachingVI for life LiteraryAdjunctIX Berea General HospitalTwo yeatS coarse in tho care of the sick Bores places the best education in reach of all lUg uot a moneymaking institution Its instruction is a footo12 weeks may be brought within 24 about half of which tuust be paid in advance The school is by Baptists Congregationalists Disciples Methodists Presbyterians and good people of all denominations For information or friendly advice addren the VictPretident CEO T FAIItClIILD LL D Berea Madison Co Ky w THE SCHOOL A Story Written In nvt chapters by five different mm beta of ttllc Dulce Uttmry cKlity yrCdtntneucementspade hind been taken homo by a fun lovhig resident alitmmiH smuggled up into tho attic and hung botweon the weather boards and plaster there worthytograduates had gone and William had finished his work for Mr Loland in whoso employ ho had been luring term time ever since coming east Then on tho first day In four years that was free from excitement and hurry he awoke to Hud his surroundings all out of harmony with himself Tho floor was unsteady when ho ugalustIliniweighed three times as muchntl it ought to weigh William wisely concluded that ho was a sick man and went to tho old Thodoctorthought Hm Spent n fuw years sowing wild oats and had too hard work to got rd of that crop fond got wasYoungthis world much longer and bo good ofdoorsnut I cant said William I must begin beekeeping for Wana maker next week Ohyoui niiiftt must you t I jxjso nnamaker cant get along todressshould shut up shop William flushed a little It wasnt on Wananinkfrs account that lie limit keep his hooks but on account aKoineed beauty Of course he couldnt tusk her to preside unless ho tad twine prospect of tho wherewithal to stake tho home hishnntering youthanstand it to stay in tho house all the time You could keep books whun you cane hero four years ago What did you take n college course for if you cant do something better titan that now are free to go where you wish end live your lifo where you art host needed Take six months to get strong and see where you are needed most Three minutes hail passed In tho RUlIillialllHof lifo changed wonderfully Three houri was walking with the Music teacher In tho past they two had talked over almost all subjects with mutual pleasure and now his first impulse was to toll her what a new of life tongueclovotowere coining thick and fast that day and the last ono was that the couldnt whenbeho said goodbye to her forever anil she did uot seem exactly heurtbrokeu nudWilliamvalley a beautiful ono but shut in seemedfit a hadberJllunder a canvass roof In southern New Jersey sorting and paking fruit for the market a visit with a class mate in Philadelphia where ho meant of a conductor of a mountain excursion partywho was frantic because Ills cook had deserted him on tho eve of tho day the party was to start a few weeks of cooking for that party of rich folksso the summer gone and ho had staid behind to get a closer acquaintance with the hills titan was with tho chattering puts of fortune around hint Ho was growing stronger but had not yet found ho was needed most Tho children who picked tho tarries ho passed did not seem to need very much The rich people ho cooked for needed a great dual but Bupplythoiring very pleasant ho turned his at tention to timings about him A field grtenhriarToo ball ho thought when folks in tho cities havent room to breathe Well my lifo la going to wnsto just about like thoso elds Ho rose with a scowl of disgust and walked slowly up tho valley A turn in tho road brought to n view that made his face brighten A noiisulookedon ono side and n rich pasture on tho other Everything about scorned to speak of comfort and good care An old man in tho yard was gathering apples From up tho came a tall young woman with n group of allbusydifferent kinds of leaves William stopped and asked the old star if lin could obtain Inllrlnrr for tho night As he introduced himself quicklyatface a moment and afterwards an childrensContinued next week fJ