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Elward Flora pip r SUBSCRIBE N 11111N 111N11IN1 E NNNNIN11N1 a Year Devoted to the Interests of the Home School and Farm 60 c a MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JUNE 20 1900 NO THE CITIZEN- C RGXPORD RAYMOND cditor- uhlthnl ill the office Til 12 OITIIJX Ucrca ICy Klernl tl He Ioitefftrt at limo Ay at call less swR mnkr IDEAS Note tho special vnltio of tho Sun dayschool review lessons on the page All our renders nrc enjoying tho continued story running in Tut CITIZBN Now is lime time to put in practice the suggestions found in our farm department Now in tlio lime to ho laying up money for the incidental null other txjHmses for tho Iwginning of the Fall turn Sept 12- A few people near Boron may got nomo work from Berea Collego oy ap plying to Mr Ticters or Miss Mer row Work to apply on tern bill s noxt fall Foreign News Haius havo fallen for three days i one of tho famine districts in India American Artists have received seven gold modal at the Paris Ex K iition Stephen Crane ono of tho coos t promiiing young American died nt Baden Germnny- Tho insurrection is increasing h Calm Colony mud Gun Wnrrenn forces art thought to bo in danger A dispatch from ChungKing says that the buildings of tho China In land Missions were jmrtmlly betray txl thosu of the Hible Christian missions wore utterly destroyed Diamond IIillono of tho must strongly fortillwl floor positions been taken by tho British under Gun1 Hamilton Klerkwlorf was also sur rendered by too sou of tho noted Door loader Gen CronjeIThe latent alarming than over It in said that the foreign ministers nro virtually prisoners in Peking and their j osi J lion should tho Chineso attack tho Legation guards in torso is hopeless 100000 Chinoho soldiers are massed outsido tho capitol preparetl to rests tho advance of tho relief column Tho worst feature of the Chinese situation is tho absence of nova Not ono 0 has hoard front its mlnitI have been sent there- Natlollal News Gov Tlioo Roosevelt is being strongly urged to become candidate for Vicepresident Tho Hocond PanAmerican congress is to 10 hold in tho city of Mexico sotto limo between April amid July of 1001 Ten lives were lost and a number of irarsoua were injured by tho burn ing of tho Jackson Street tenement house of Now York on Juno Ifith The first consignment of Klondike gold amounting to shout 100000 ar rived at Seattle The seasons pro dueiion is estimated nt about 25000 000 A number of political clubs and also State delegations arrived in Phil adelphia on Sunday June 17lh to at tend tho liepuliran National Conven tionDomocrats of tho state conventions of Kentucky California Missouri Georgia nnd Vermont nil indorsed W J Bryan as their choice for Presi dent Kentucky News Thero has been a survey made t preparatory to the construction ofI water works for Lancaster floaters in hum grass seed estimate season for many years Tho baseball game between Central University and Y M C As of Lonisvillo resulted in tho scoro of 7 to Ii in favor of tho Y M C A boys The Democratic Stale convention hold in Lexington Thursday mid Fri dump indorsed time Chicago platform and Bryan Delegates were elected for tho Kansas City Convention to bo hold July 1th 1 TIr TIDE CITIZEN1111111NN11NNN11NN1NNNNNNIIN I60c 111BEREA YearI Americl1nl1roop fullyf0 Locals and Personals Time Ladies Hall is cleared for re pairsM L Spink was on tho sick list last week Little Winnie Davis toil and broko her oral Friday The nigh Point Sundayschool had a picnic at Slate Lick Saturday Mrs Yocum occupied tho desk at tho Union Church last Sunday Morn ling Dr and Mrs Fairchild leave today for their visit of several weeks in the NorthMr and Mrs Bud Crook of Whites Station spout several days in Berea last week The storehouse iu tho rear of Ladies Hull will bo rebuilt in tho near future Tho Baptist Church has made nr rangements for tho use of nn organ in tho services this summer 11 C Tinsloy loft last Thursday Ho will spend most of the summer attending Teachers Institutes Harold Hunting received second prizo at Yale on time sjweial Latin ex amination Time prize was On Principal March will spend a good part of the summer iu extension work for the mountain counties of tho State Mrs mIen Cooper and daughter Mrs Bessio Schmidt of Indianapolis SlatoI81Ilck Branch Sundayschool hold meetings in the primary school building raised 120 oiules for tho sufferers in hillinIProf Haymontl reports it Boot mriouftIduring tho past mouth Miss Lnngloy who Its been em ployed in time millinery store here for several weeks loll for her home iln Cincinnati Thursday Mrs Yocum leaves today for Chi rage where she will spend her vaca lieu in special study for tho now work she undertakes next year Subscriptions for TilE CITIZEN arm coming in rapidly 1111 Humphrey sends in 25 for a starter Wo nro also getting good lists from our other agents Annalo r3 Chappelmau of Mississippi spent collegetMrs Will Hanson Misses Anna and Jennio Hanson Plmmy Richard son Ethel Putnam nnd Messrs liar old Johnston nnd Charles Hanson visited the caves last Saturday Time Presidents house is noaring completion Superintendent Kinh is building tho mantels and will finish three principal rooms on the first floor by the work of trained students Mr Candeo und family expect to leave us soon as arrangements can bo made for the printing olllce They will visit friends in Toledo 0 before ho takes up work at Weiser Idaho Mrs Mason spent Friday of last week in Cincinnati and reports that Miss Jnuio Johnson amid Miss Sallio Harbeo arc doing well at tho Deacon esses lotus of which Miss Florence Merrow hoe charge Mrs Frost and Mrs Mason have received trout Miss Gould beautiful reminders of her visit hero Mrs Frosts is an elegant picturo of Miss Gould Mrs Masons is a dainty set of Minton China plates Josiah Burdetto has broken ground on time lot east of Mrs Todds place for tho homo of Dr mid Mrs Fair child Time house will not be finished t this fall for want of seasoned lumber i but will bo ready for occupation next spring If tho predisposition to worms in children is not cured they may be come emaciated weakly and in or of convulsions Whites Vermifuge is tho most daugj and popular remedy Price S E Welch Jr Miss Gaul and Mrs Smith who are making Boron headquarters for work in time mountains this summer made their first trips last weelwith Mrs Frank Hayes but Wore obliged to re turn earlier tuna intended because of Goutleft Ireturn in September zz1 z zz oz Z zOZ7fZJ fiPW1Z PROCLAMATION OF I ECONOMY for the Spring and Summer Season in Mens and Boys Fine Stylish Madc t OLOTEING I K DWnreprclrrnltnthe only ra lf towcar Clothing Tailored on n Mrlrtly Mlemlflr hash in clean well V Yntllatf workroom 1erfevt fitting nnl wrarrwIHIiiR boraute the luMde the Vital1 the rry llfr of the garment l tttTefiilncs In makliix reprt ante the ex pefidlturu 01 time AII thought find it n dehleit commit to the tRlloring seen In w5P otilltmry eailjrtoWHir ClothliiR The Fabrics that we show are the very newest TO dslgn that will be seen this rcaton Molly UIInIIeI Xllulnlr tout In the fate of the abore Mete The mot extraordinary routvromlilnlng our great offer A that wo iran ami do wll our Clothing a- tLESSI t MONEY Than elewherr How tan we afford to 011 Mich hlgh grade Clothing lor mousy wS than eljwh re Our nn wcr li jmre nn l rlnple Oiimtia modern tore constructed strktly on progresdre plain out clothing It sold on the smalht margin of profi- tdhrudingonatarge volume or hllotnc the more Clothing we tell the greater four iinha Ilwer the iowarour prices thaI the story la a nut hell MITCHELLtfL11440 Or IIOld papers for solo at this office cents n hundred Tho Walnut Meadow piko is being Bailey and Curry of Slate Lick were In town last week The Borea General Hospital will be cared for by Mrs Golden during the summer Ellis Soldo and Mart Roberts of Owbloy county were In town Friday 1Rud Saturday Dr C W Gould arrived Saturday from Chicago He will practice with Dr Cornelius this summer Miss Morgan of Leslie county is visiting friends here She expects to attend school hero next year Tho readers of TilE CITIZEN will bo glad to know that it enters today upon its secondvolume with a rapid ly increasing subscription list nnd good prospects for its future Mrs Yocum Messrs John and E Clmpin II II Johnston DOll Maltbio Misses Hankins Fairchild Putnam arid Mr and Mrs Gould took supper on Bear Knob Monday evening Mrs Teeters who has been iu the hospital at Cincinnati for some weeks has gone in good condition to her children who have been staying with their grandmother Mr Teeters visited her in Cincinnati before the journeyIf sight is blurred with specks and spots floating before your eyes or you have pains on the right side under tho rims theu your liver is de ranged and you need a few doses of Herbine to regulate it Prico 50 cta S E Welch Jr Ernest W Told returned last week delighted with his terms work in postgraduate studies iu the Illinois State University at Champaign Ho will have charge of tho work in Chemistry Physics Physiology tumid Botany in Berea College next year Dr and Mrs Fairchild will attend time grand Obcrlin Reunion this week where ho will present to that College a portrait of Pres E II Fairchild a duplicate of tho one giver to Berea This portrait is tho gift of several friends who know Pros Fairchild as Principal of Oborlins Preparatory Department for fifteen years before ho conic to Boron S NNt f1 i N N 1 Until Further Notice Subscribors to THE CITIZEN may got also le Toledo Blade or The Louisville Commercial For 50c a Year All for 100 a year Dont Miss It Come at Once- All subscriptions must como through TUG CITIZEN Village ImpeG ement With time prospect of having the piko to Wallacetou built this year Derea is in shale to become n center of trade and business interest for a considerable area It is worth while for everybody to think what will het to matte the place attractive not onlyI to transient visitors of whom there are multitudes und to students who willCOIIIO in throngs next fall nndi winter but to those of us who it our homo tho year around The location is beautiful the forest trees in the college grounds give added beauties and the comfortable cosy homes givo truest chorine but thi cosiness depends upon n tbousnu- little things in tho way of louse painted or whitewashed shrubs and trees platted nnd cared for walks kept clean and in good repair cross dugs in proper places and gutters that actually drain the streets Above all overdy our and rear A very littlo money with time time of which wo hare plenty and the care which costs nothing we tho people can make Borea a of taste and comfort as it is now of intelligence and character Why not organize ourselves into a village im provement society in which every householder should bo an active member and every inhabitant a help prT Who will tako tho lead in such an organization of tho many little forces which must do the work I Build the Pike A subscription for building a pike- R broadsolid road from the end of tho Big Hill piko to the town line toward Wallaceton was begun Monday night with eight hundred dollars from from Btroa College Tho Town Board took steps to aid as far as menus permit Every property owner along the lino will get his money back in tho increased value of his place if ho subscribes liberally Every teamster and liveryman can earn a liberal subscription in six mouths after tho road is finished Every citizen can afford something for pride in tho town and everybody who walks tho streets can get full satisfaction for his ftubsl rip lion in tho comfort that will como to man mind beast next winter Students who can contribute n days work can gain such comfort in helping a good cause Let us subscribe liberally in money or work or both If we should live to be as old as Methuselah wo shall bo glad all tho years and if wo should die tonight wo shall have ono moro reason for enjoying tho heavenly mansions Quite a gathering of interested ob servers watched test on Friday last of tho Phoenix dry firo extinguisher Under tho management of Mr Urner it put out a hot firo of dry goods boxes iu less than n minuto Asido from tho serious inconven fence and pain caused by piles titers is a tendency to fistula and to cower in tho rectal regions Piles should not bo allowed to run on unchecked Tablors Buckeye Pile Ointment is an infallible remedy Pried 50 cts a bottle tubes 75 cts S E Welch Jr I J I S FOR CASH priceshaveCASH trade You can buy more goods for CASH than on credit Call and examine our large stock of Women and Mens fine Footwear and Gents Furnish ings at prices much lower than ever before Call and be ConvincedDOUGLAS BRIGHT CO 207 West Main Street RICHMOND KY The Berea Monument Co The result of good work and reasonable prices is that we now have customers in all parts of tile State When you Kant Anything in the monument line Let tts know and ice will send you designs and prices Headstones 600 up to any amount oo Marble and Granite Monuments At prices to suit the times Material and work firstclass JOHN HARWOOD Prop Berea Ky f VVORMS r For 20 lftpan by For Snlc 87J acres good Estil county land somedbuildings Good limestone spring lasts nil summer Laud lies four miles southeast of Pauola railroad station and seven miles southwest of Irvine Address W D Smith Box 201 Bores Ky or 321 Wells St Chicago Ill J C MORGAN D ental Surgery-r Office Hours S to 12 A 1 toe P M National Bank Building Richmond KyG2S00 DENTAL SUltGERY Al WILKES SMITH DID S Smith Jitttlding Main Street Jticlnnond KI Telephone llptltlr nre No 02 Office No 6 GOJ PATENTS PATENTABILITYNoUce Book liow to obtain Patents DESIGNS TRADEMARKS COPYRIGHTS OBTAINEDFREE31 Cnargei moderate No fee till patent li tccnred AddreuE Digests what you eat aIdsNaturostructing the exhausted digestive or gans It is the latest discovered digest ant and tonic No other preparation can approach It In efficiency It In permanclltlycurcsDyspepsia Flatulence Sour Stomach Nausea Sick Hendache Gas tra gmCramps ana another resultsof Imperrectdlgestlon Prepared by E C DeWItt ACo Cblcapa l lint WHITES J JI CREAMI IJSI KodolDyspepsia CENTER STREET ART GALLERY- C I OGG Proprietor UptoDate Photos Nothing But The Best Finish at the Lowest Prlces6z- sooI3URTON The Photographer gUllLIESFineViews about Jierea a specialty C2MO C F HANSONS LIVERY62300 You Want GOOD GLASSES IF YOU WANT THEM AT ALL youreyesyou ought to know It will not attempt to suit glares to your eyes until I know what Is needed Eyes examined free A Wee line of Xorelties in JEWELRY T A ROBINSON Jeweler and Optician G2S00 LEWIS A DAVIS Medicine and Surgery Berea Ky Ollico in Hnusou Bid 92300 E B McCOY Dentist Berea Kentucky 62sa A BOON TO DR MANKINDlI PILE CURE A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUDES BY MAIL 75 CENTS BOTTSS 50 CEriTS- IHJES F 5ilAHD Sole Proprietor 310 til Main Street ST LOUIS 110 F i THE CITIZEN A YVEKKLY NKWSPAlKlt IIEHEA 31X11KtWh- en the stun IK ponding down its rays upon the ocean at noonday none of them ixinctrnte to n depth of over tOO feet ConM diver descend to that depth he would find himself shrouded In darkness nn profound as though he were immersed In n sea of Ink The cotton acreage this year will be the InrpeRt on record nnd will not Jail far short of 26000000 nons Cot ton raisers also expect good prices for lust years crop in India wns nl most n totnl failure ours wns annul and the present Egyptian crop is not promising Scarcity of hemlock bark report ed to have caused the almost totnl ex tinction of the once prosperous tan nlnj industry jn Maine Though there a large growth of hemlock In the ttatf It is ait fur from practicable tannery sites that the cost of hauling prohibits its use Fire alarm boxes In New York nre being coated with luminous paint in order that they maybe easily lo cntcd nt night The paint is made of white zinc In sonic parts of New York where there is little light the alarm boxes can be distinguished at a distance of ten blocks The hoard health ins classed tuberculosis as contagious nnd requires reports from physicians- of cases of the disease In the peat flvo years deaths from consumption In Boston have been about double the combined mortality from scarlet fever diphtheria and typhoid fever +Swinburne is deaf as post lIe lives in n somewhat somberlooking house nt 1utney hill the diningroom walls of which nre covered with orlg Iml pictures by Dante Gabriel Ito set ti which must be worth n fate ulous sum The famous poet is hall with a thin straggling reddish beard and has beautiful hands Jllle Marguerite Ciixsini daughter of the IliKslan niiiliajwiilor to ihe United States is the only woman in the diplomatic corps who handles lire own automobile nod she rides arovind Wabhlnijton nt n pace that canset consternation among her friends talc has n costume designed especially for mobile ridiiip J has n skirt of cream colurcd sloth with n white silk waist nnd om of the new Iadysinlth hats The mental collapse ofMunkacsy the llungarJnn painter began with his picture of Moart on his death bed listening to the strains of his Jeiuem Munkacsy insisted on having an invisible orchestra behind his canvas nnd often remained for hours together in a state of apparent ccstaey ills dintlnguished fellow countryman Ur Max Xordau soon perceived that the symptoms were grave if not incurable Ignace J 1aderewskl the Polish pianist has the most valuable pair of handj in the world When he sail ed from Xew York recently he cur tied with him check for 171081 n portion of the earnings of his hands In the tour which he made through the United States In the season just closed The total receipts for the trip amounted to GO000 Deducting from this 00010 for traveling ex pense Iaderowskl curried nway with him u net protlt of 200000 Annie Truchenrtbillion a pretty Kiowa girl about 14 years old daughter of lllnek Wolf n noted chief of his tribe IB sole heiress to the en tire fortune of 1000000 and tnore left by Joint Dilllon n rich cattleman who about seven years ago was saved from death nt the hnnds of n halfbreed assassin by this little girl The girls wUicntlqn Is to he begun nt ounce under the supervision of the bishop of Monterey Traveling Incognito nnd attended only by a lady in waiting the Prin cess Arlbert of Anhnll eldest daugh tee of her royal highness the Princes Christian and granddaughter of Queen Victoria arrived in New York on the Majestic the other evening The Irinccss Arlbert is here as w tourist solely for pleasure and has pvferrcd to remain incognito She will visit the national capital rued Crnndu Her present Intention is to return brunt in July Tic cotton crop this season Is 2 000000 bales short of that grown each year for u long time but the cotton planters have found It the most prof itable crop for the last decade For the ten months ending April 10 IIOO our total exports of cotton were i St8755000 pounds compared with 3 4780JV000 pounds in 1809 Hut such were the prices obtained that the value of the exports of cotton for the ten months of is 223100000 ni against 191517000 for the same time in laJO What is probably the largest single armor plate ever made at either llcth lehem or Homestead was shipped re cent ly to Saul Francisco to bo used In the construction of the battleship Wisconsin which Is building there The plate will become the port plate ofn turret on the vessel and is mule on a new principle being cut at an angle Instead of being the are of a circle the idea being to better deflect a shot Tho plate weighs 10 tons surd costs over 12000 preiwcd Retplehegl and rciturnnj to Upjae IRl l tar finlcblpgJ WINNERS AND LOSERS The man who quits at the first rebuff Sa one of the men who tall And the man who deems three effort enough Ii one of the men who falll The man who believes down In hIs heart That he never was born to away Or to to the front In n leading part To rlu oer the crowd some day Is one of the men who fall The man who labors but for hImself Is one of the men who tall No matter how vast his piles of pelf He Is one of the men who fail The man who has never enjoyed the thrill That follows a kindness shown Has never won nnd ho never will Though the earth were all his own He would still be doomed te fall j The man who never Rives up Is one Of the lucky men that win Who believes that his but has never been done Is one of the men that win The man who has faith In himself and stands Forevci ready to try Whatever men do with heads or with hands Will be numbered by and As one cf the men that win The man who praises wherever he can Is one of the men that win WhO raises the hope of his fellow man Is one of the men that win A man may shiver and starve alone And die At the foot of the hilt Dut if he has loved and If he has known What a childs love Is he still Is one of the men that win E Klier In Chicago TimesHerald NNti I Astirring story crfi1Y Lj fie in he rillippintSI- Acyflght rave by F TcnnywQ NedyJ CHAPTER XVI COSTIXCED All along the line from right to left there ran the crosscountry road connecting the broader highway from Ma late to San Rafael and Paranaquc on the west and from 1aco by way of Sin Kalon to Pnsay In front of the right wing all was swamp morass or rice fields In front of the left wing nil was close dense bamboo and jungle save where the broad straight roadway led on past lllock House 13 or the narrower cart track stretched southward over arched In places by spreading brunches and commanded at Its narrowest path by the swarm of dusky lighters ih Block House 14 A year before the blue shirts stormed these forest strongholds from the south ant took them from the troops of Spain Now they were com pellet to turn and storm them from the north for just as Stanley Armstrong said at San Francisco the Filipinos had turned upon their ally unit wouldbe friend Aguinnldo had hoarded Lncle SamAnd while the volunteers and regal lars fo the right could only remain In support it fell to the lot of the left wing of this brave brigade to assault in almost Impenetrable position an enemy armed with magazine rifles or breech- loaders and entirely at home The bugles rang the signal the ollieers in silence took their station nut stepping into the narrow pathways through the jungle crouching along the roadways or crashing through the stiff bamboo the blue shirts drovc ahead Two three minutes and their purpose seemed undiscovered Then suddenly Blockhouse 14 blazed with fire and n storm of bullets swept the road The earthworks in the thicket to the right and left seemed- tobecrowdcdwith a running flame and down on their faces fell the foremost soldiers their gallant leader shot through and through plunging head In his dying agony waving his surviving men to get to cover Vengc fully now the Crags opened in reply to Itemington and Mauser The blue shirts struggled inch by inch through the network of bamboo Still the storm swept up the roadway nod no man could hope to face it and live Hut little by little the lowalined steady volley driven In by squad and section through the canebreak or by company and platoon across the westward swamps told on the nerve and disci pllne of the little brown men In the bamboo Their shots flew swift but wild and higher Then n daring lad in the rough Held uniform of n subaltern of infantry sprang like u cat Into the lireflashing lane and revolver in hand and a squad of devoted fellows at his heels dashed straight nt the wooden walls ahead In frantic haste the oc cupants blitzed shot after shot upon him and his heroic followers One after another three went down but In another Instant the lieutenant leading they reached the block house and dart ed through the open doorway the last of its garrison fleeing before such un heardof daring and determination And then cadre the rush of comrades cheering down the lane tumbling over the earthworks and the luckless gang that still crouching there lucid to their position and all the southward leading road was ours Hut over along the next lane a parallel track through the timber there had been as stern a check and the fury of the fire from the trenches in the thickets forced brave men to cover and dropped others In their tracks Hy iod we must have It al most screamed n tall captain pointing with his word to the flashing block house half hidden in the trees Hear those fellows on the other road Dont let them bent us Come on lads anti out he darted Into the open an instant target for n score of Mausers Out too leaped half n dozen men one n tall lithe superbly built young athlete with a face aflame with resolution nnd rage of battle Out leaped Hilly Gray from the corner of the crossroad nod heerlng mndlv called on others to follow Down went the cnplatn ihot through ljc Knef PJVWO went the rjeBf i most man the tall youth who was first to follow Down wt n brawny sergeant who hind stopped to raise his fallen captain but on swept n score of others while the bamboos blazed with the fierce volleying of the Krngs For ward In scores now yelling llc Apaches rushed tin regulars nnd somehow he never just knew how It happened iray found himself n mo ment later straddling an old field gun in n whirl of dust nnd dirt and smoke and cheers was conscious of something wet nnd warm It rettln hI jdown his side anti of being tenderly lifted from his perch by brawny bluesleeved arms given a sip front a canteen and thrum halfled halfsupported back to where the surgeon was already kneeling by the tall young soldier on whose brow the last dew was settling on whose fine clearcut face the shadow of the death angels wings was already traced The poor fellows eyes opened wearily ns he sipped the stimulant pressed upon him by eager sympathetic hands and glanced slowly about ns though In search of some familiar face and so they fell on those of IJilly Gray who forgetful for the moment of his own hurt threw himself l y the stran gers side nnd seized his clammy hand A half smile flitted over the pale face the other hand groped at the breast of his blue shirt nnd slowly drew forth n packet stained anti dripping with the blood that welled slowly from n shot hole In the broad white breast Give to Gen Dray ton Promise he gasped nnd pushed It painfully toward Billy Gray Then the brave eyes closed the weary head fell back nnd Gray staring ns though In stupefaction into the placid face found himself drooping too rowing nnd fnlnt and reel ing but still holding on to his trust Dont some of you know him risked the surgeon lies past helping now poor lad lien you drink this Billy nnd hr placed a little silver cup at Grays pallid lips He came nrunnin from over nt Block House 12 with n note from di vision headquarters just as we went hanellucrospec fully stepping hack nil a young of ficer bent down and glanced at Gray Much hurt Hilly old man No Thank Gut for that Look at who Where Why God in Heaven its Pat Latrobe Oh Pat Pat dear old boy has it come to this CHAPTER XVII In the fortnight of incessant action that Mlowcd the mod tut tack of that starlit Sunday morning there was no place for hilly Gray Sorely wounded yet envied by many I fellow toldier for the glowing words in which the brigade commander praised his conduct unit urged his brevet the tiny lint been carried back to the great reserve lies pital at Mutate The breezy ward acre filled with sick tint wounded tint certain of the rooms of the nit con vent once used for Muily and mitu tion had been set squirt for ollicrrs There were three cuts In the one to which they bore him and two were nl ready occupied lifer in his pin and weakness he could hardly suppress a cry of dismay for there with his arm bandaged and In splints his face white from lots of blood lay Slnulry Ami strong Time and again the boys heart nnd conscience had rebuked him for the estrangement that hud arisen between him and this man who had proved his best friend Time and again he had promised himself that he would strive to win hack that friendship but well he knew that tlrfct he must rein state himself in Armstrongs respect nnd how could he hope for that so long as he surrendered to the fascination that kept him dangling about the dainty skirts of Wltchle Garrison Oddly enough the boy hind hardly both Bred his head with any thought of what Frank Garrison might think of hats at tentions or devotions whatever they could be called to this very captivating and capricious helpmate When a hUh band is so overwhelmed with other cures or considerations that he never sees his wife from morn till night society teems to correspondingly lose sight of him Down in the depths of his heart the boy was nvliuiiird of him selL He never heuid Armstrong men tioned that he did not wince lie knew and she knew that coming suddenly upon them ns Armstrong had that tropic night on the Queen lie must hate heard her words must have rcallrd that sound compact or ulldertollll1 lug existed between them which neither Gray nor Mrs Frank could palliate or explain It hind not needed tint epi sode to tell her that Armstrong held her In contempt and yet when they chanced to meet she could smile up Into his ryes ns beamingly as guileless ly as though no shadow of tin had ever darkened her winsome face Hut not to Gray He moaned in secret over thin loss of n strong mans confidence mad esteem lie longed to find a way to win It back He hunt even thought to go to the colonel with hula trouble make a clean breast of II tell him the truth that he had fallen deeply as It was pos slide for him to fall in love with Amy Lawrence hud hoped his love was rev turned luau found it Will trotthat slue had only n frank friendly kindly Interest In him and thus wounded nail stung he had fretted himself Into a fever at Honolulu aided by ankers aspersions mad lhcnwelluuy mutt is liable stilt Billy to himself to get smitten with n woman who tenderly and skillfully nurses him day utter lily and thats just what Wilchie Gar rison did But somehow the opportun ity to tell Kahn never soeiurd to come and now now that Armstrong nnd him self were thus thrown together with the prospect of being in tin same room day and night for the best of the innnth n third officer a stronger lay there too and in his presence or hearing any con fidences would be lmpo flbc even If Armctrong cccournscd tjicm which he pobaWy would not In jijlj fmliBr f rassment Billys wish urns that the colo nel were fifty miles away It was fate and n hard our thought hc that brought him therenit everpresent re proach It was luck of the worst kind that they should be confronted under such circumstances since neither could retreat Be submitted In anxious silence to the keen quirk rxiiinlnntlon of the skillful surgeon In charge and to the redressing of his wound He could love been proud and happy but for that khadow on his life of which Armstrongs presence would so con stantly remind him He could not even think how Luis dear old dragoon daddy would rejoice In the congratulations that would surely greet him when the story of the brave dnsh of the teenth Billy among the foremost should reach the states He could not even dream how It might affect hermLawrence He was beginning to be nshnmed now In this presence to think how that other how Margaret Garrison might be Impressed forgetting that to the army girl who late lived long years on the frontier titles of heroism are the rule not the exception He wondered how long It could be before she would route to him to bring him comfort Surely by this time she knew that he had been seriously painfully wounded He did tint know how ever that nt the very first soutulof battle Frost had bundled the sisters nbonrd his launch and stcnmrd away to the transports Yet what comfort could her visit luring to hint with that stern censor lying there seeing and hearing nil Billy Gray that Monday night could almost Lave wished that Armstrongs slumber taught be eternal never dreaming that before n second Monday fhould come he would thank Lenten with grateful heart for Arm strongs presence vigilance nnd inter vention In three IB8 the colonel was able to sit up Within the week he wns per mitted to take air and exercise in till spacious court of the old college his sword strut in lusllng But tray and the young officer of volunteer were ton pllII0WIOtime several of Billys brother ollieers hint dropped in to se luau nnd tell him regimental news mud one of them blur young Went Pointer who hnd broken down at sight of the dying face that stirring Sunday morning told him of strobes soldier funeral nnd of Gen Draytons presence mid pecehle grief and Itlllys hnnd groped beneath the pillow for that little bloodstained Give loCe Duuton promLjt racket still undelivered He bad promptly caused the information lobe conveyed to the veteran commander blunt it was his own lost nephew who had died lute soldier death In front of the tiring line hilt the packet still re mained in his hand and even before the tiny thermometer confirmed lids views the keen eye of the surgeon say that something fund heightened JliIl11 fete thnt tiny and so when just at sun set there canic driving Into the court the most stylish equipage in all Manila and Mrs Garrison fluttered up the broad stairway and confidently asked to he announced Mr Gray the stew- art in charge of the door wan very very sorry hntthl doctor hnd given In structions that no more visitors should see the young gentleman thut tiny Mr Frank smiled indulgently and nuked for the doctor himself anti beamed on labia with all her witchery tort begged for just a few words but the suave placid yet hllllllIet Ill II Iloe tor sold he too was sorrysorry thud Mr Gray whs not able to see anyone GarIrisondidnt know It was the who hud ijursed Mr Gray so assiduously at Honolulu Dr Frank did knot that and more but lie did not say so neither did he yield There were tears In her eyes as slue sprang Into her carriage agntn lint they were tears of anger and defeat She dashed then away the very next In stunt and smiled joy anti congrattdu lion even ndulatlnn at sight of the tall stalwart officer Ida arm in a sling who stood the center of a staring group usher carriage Hashed by She would have ordered stop but while the rest of the party had gazed us they lifted their saps Armstrongs uninjured hand per formed ltd duty Ids cap had been lifted with tIll others hat nut so much as a glance went her way and Margaret Garrison bitter in spirit throve on down punt the old cuartcl to tact luxurious quartos where Nlta a piteous shadow of the sweet girl g1ullllllleoC thcyear before was awaiting her coming With the Insurgents retreat anal the advance of the American lines thin hud burn a gradual return of the refugees among the transports and Frost hud finally brought his hlrdllng buck to shore but Nltn dare not thrice slur said for fear of again seeing those stern reproachful eyes The guard nt the gate had rev aired orders to adult no more of the rank out tile even when they came us mcwengcrs null to the child urns late EcliJ Jlnrgaret 1 for hmclf ft must drlvuu1c Il1UDt le Win fist the Instant she reentmd the house Mrs Garrison knew that during her brief absence some new trouble hii come Good heavens could she never leave Nltivs side that harm tilt not be fall lure At the head of the broad flight of stairs stood her brotherlndaw u black frown on his brow Go In and do what you can for her he briefly wild I thought shed he glad to know IhatIhlltfcllow would trouble her no more That fellow slue gasped You mean mean Yes Latrobe killed anal buried n whole week ago And you told her slue cried clinch lag her little hands In Impotent wrath You brute ITo He Continued AN INFANT PRODIGY lmvrencr Altrnctrd the Allrnllon of llnrrlrk Knntr nark at Sheridan Raphael with genius at his back did not come to maturity so quickly nor did Rubens triumphant at Antwerp hold popular applause to long for I twrcncc kept hula admiring pub lie lo the last nnd wns something of a wonder lath ns man and boy Ills whole career was hrlilinnt yet not through Intrinsic force hula nr war successful without being great he was honored and praised down to his grave and yet he possessed no genius There arc men who achieve popular succei without gcnlui Lawrence was our of them The father was a man of some birth and education but he had what It called the poetic temperament and never got on very well In the world He was at different times a barrlitet without a brief an actor without s part a keeper of the White Lion ins at Devizes without gutsts enough to make It pay When young tawrrnce was three years old his father made n change of base nnd moved Into the black Bear Inn It was here thit the boy was placed upon n table to re rite Shiikrspcare for the guests Hen also he developed wonderful gift of making portraits in pastel of the uses lug public A gueit could hnvr n portrait painted while he waited and the speed of the artist was not Irsa wonderful than hula age the duchess of Devonshire ant Lord and lady Kenyon were among hula early sitters and the record preserved that I idy Ken ois likeness was drawn In profile became ns the child artist declared her face was not straight In a short time he bad attracted the attention of Gnrrick Ionti Wllkes Burke Sheridan and Johnson and hit father began traveling with him about the neighboring COlin try nail exhibiting him ns one of the wonders of the ageCenturyP- RISON BABIES Tlirlllllr iTrnnirr Alttnyi rr n4 n Ilnllrr of Kirllrmtnt In Their Ulonmr Illrttiplato Very few people outside official cir clew know what n large nutot er pf ba burs are Inn every year In she Infirm nrie of prison lint penltrnllnrleii the little xoplo always canning quite a flutter of attentiveness mid excite uncut among female warders and iris oners alike Of course there is n vast difference in prisoners and sometimes the person least attentive to the prison baby is the mother herself but on the oth cr hand the general lady of the worn en prisoners make the most pathetic efforts by means of all manner of trifling scraps anti odds and ends to fabricate articles of wear and oriia mint for the otitofplaee stranger Julie threefourths of the women volunteer to tend It anti It la often the care that the roost refractory ant tilt ficult of the prisoners soften anj greatly niter by bring allowed to do little things for It Indent It acts throughout like a veritable ray of sunshine among the whole of tutu poor prisoners who generally manage to get themselves Into great good humor by suggesting ax volubly ns the prison title will permit fantastic name for the child Within u rcrtnln period of their birth there children ore taken nwny from the mother and are tended rifcwhern with the utmost care and humanity Cincinnati Knqulrer lnillr Campbell There are few more picturesque spots In Scotland than Dollar Glen and no more Interesting ruin anywhere than the grim old castle of the Iampbtlls known in the olden time ns Castle Gloom Once visited the castle will never be forgotten It It not only beau tiful for situation adding might to the majesty of Ihe everlasting hills but It abounds with weird tradition tint give the added charm of romancf To visit the glen by moonlight and lo see the hart walls of the castle gleaming while through the trees is to be filled with a mysterious feeling of nIt that Is In tensllled by the rushing ot the water In the deep black ham beneath It it a scene to uplift the soula glimpse of nature in her wildest and most im pressive mood and it Is not surpris ing that every year an Increasing num her of visitors find their way to this most beautiful part of the Oclilli Scottish American An KnlrriirlnlitK Merchant A town which has played Its part la history for more than a hundred years ought to he forgiven for being a little sleepy by this time although Its newer neighbors may be Inclined to poke fun at it It Ik told that a Blndcnsburg merchant was dozing ID huts store one day when a little girl came in with n pitcher and asked fOil a quart of molasses The merchant yawned stretched himself halt opened his eyes nnd then said in nn Injured tune Well aint there nobody whit llladensbIrgbutBST1o1thi TOO LITTUl DEBAIJ5 heater nrreni Opinion of bun SerT lore Held In nn IHilicoiml Church Eenttor Benton of Mis ourl one of the most conipicuou Dsurc of the flltllr In either house o had a foiiuiUliU intanolnH in Senator hatuucsSltpbeoGreen Congressman Ilitt according to Chronicle tins anecdote of the two eliiliatort nalor Green wu not only a nun of iplemlid ofchsrmitlg manner He tfllillilhilt1111011110111wllrrl ho wet toInasr with men and women Tho latter out that till senator was not much of a churchgoer end minted that no should nand ways an ami One Sundae he wulale for dinner The women ttke l him why have been attending divine worship replied llie senator gravely what church did you senator eked a woman I dont kwon aniwerrd the ctiurt y Mimounan walked the avenue turned nn Fourth street and rntcrrd n rliiirch oil the hell haul side Thu wu an lipmropal churchlow did you like tlie ervicetV aikcil another woman It appeared to me antwernl the ten atnr that hunt wa too much reading ef tut journal and too little debate AN UNEXPECTED RESULT II Vn liar Mother mill ol the Dunlin trr Who rrrilrtl llUCnm- plliiirnl Say said the man with a worritd leek- do you remember giving me a lot of ad vice on how to conduct my own love affairs about two month ago Yu mJied Hie man with the wise w pruion reMlM the Baltimore Amfrimn taut If wanted lu win the girl I should make love to her mother thi huh Said if could set the old lady en mr tide all I had In do w as to toddlf 1111111- itla a ring asdear lltHtO the girt The wise man nixldew Said for me lo compliment the l rikcr on hr outhtul III1ff the wotrirdman sad give a alwet bow sad I tva that OIiU 15414 ef the- present were nlll to be tomlrrei with these the Mil Ye Yr You wen the 1JIt1OWf Yes ld ant The old lady has her hu Und for divorce and nw fur breach- of pronme Miiriinrllr on Ink Nupcrlnr- is one of the vast charming t mwr rwwrlt reached via the flmaao Milwaukee t It 1aul llailwav Its healthful location beautiful antnerr good hotels apt rompltlr iHuanNilr r- ohr fever male a semmrr nataa at Jlar atlrstlye frosa Ike rstandpointFor a cop jfce containing a dfcriptt of Marareita anti the sipper coHnlry adder witk fr-t cents in stem lr to pay pelaae MO II llraflerd General IWtcngcr treat Chi cago III It just u racy In look draMnt lilt la In wear a long fare sad look sa tbmtfh you had dined on rrabapplc Chsmito Daily Newa A good many failure are due In the fut that the saeahnlnplwrtuaI cs in a nun lure are net Alehitoti Glulic Straight Road To Health Is lijr the way of purifying liar iv litnnt and impurities in tin b ot uu r ae nil iicVnrm Impelling Iii impuritim re moves tilt tIr HIMMI oil niU ilMi this and it tins nifrr It niki ihr bnlr- ich by imreanne and vitalising the rid globules and Rirmi it JNWIT lo Irannml to the organ nerve and imir1r the nutri ment contained in tlieeitcd tooth Hoods Sarsaparilla It the Ikst Me nine taeiii Buy C W Rosenbicb Jill SI and Indi ana AnICblC4EoIJJ wrote Feb litrase troubled with QUINSY SORE THROAT for ten year and I fi- ndPalmers Lotion the quickest remedy I ever tbledl Lotion Soap Prevents and assist In curing all akin disease At Druggists only LOOK i Y4ForrouIIJaUolrourun HIRES Rootbccrw- ill rcnlilbulM more lo than loot kw and a prrom or taw- a iIon foI Crate Will M lii t rrikitmt irin M 151 Cse-oSlatis CHICAGO OMAHA Double DailyService New lint Till hock ford DiitinqiiP Ikslceanlnun Ill Dudii IIlInl- lihrnnmoklol earsdlntageancopy of Plolure and Not mRouU llluMrat windowTicketslines A 11ANHUV 111 A Chicago Dellelon DrurrtI- lurnham Jcllycon mnke the finest dessert jellies clear sparkling stud deliciously flavored Prepared in a minute It ill only necessary lo diuolvc in hot water and set to Flavor orangelemon ttrawlicrry peach cner unflavored calf foot for making wine and coffee Jellies All grocers tell it RKADKI13 Of THIS PAIKIl DKSIHINO TO IIUV ANVTIIIKQ ADVKHTIBKII IS ITS COIUUKS BUOUH INSIST UPON HAVING WHAT TUKV ASK ron HEVU81NO ALlo uuvrrruTus uti IMITATIONS r ar 1 BIG BATTLE EXPECTED The Doers Occupy a New Position Before Lord Roberts Army flen Ilnller nml lnril Mellineii hAL IIIK nil rmirt li Cnplurr 1rril illill Mem nml IIU TIMMI or opJ IohIubher London liinu l5lord Ilobertn en KiiKemeiit with CPU liotba termln nted cxpeelid by the llorr com Inn tIhIcrJ Itf retiring from lib po fclllon hyo nil driving lit In fur ther from the rapltnl little neema to liavn been iicfoinpllnliril Lord ltoo irtM doen not mention tin captnro of prlnoiirrn or guns or the Infliction IlIIpllrtlllltIllItllre ohil dlspatehen In the nnnoiiiifemeiit that thr nriiiy of Xatal U nt last trtnlflicincnl long delayed Mhonld connlder lily accelerate the paelllcallon of tlin bnrlllgIrliitof the WakkerNtroom dltttrlct to ien ttlcton Another dlspalch from icn Ilnller len Cler encoun tered no IIppIIilloll In lila mnreh front Ingogo to lilngn Nek which he now ooeiipim ien Durtnell marehcil thntngh IjilngN Nek lnne 13 Wcdnea 4day on lilA wiiy t Chiirleatown The puwi ilUpatchcH nay lnirle tom won NirlIally ilihlroyed prevloun to Ha fill Ion by the lloent but that no daiuHgo ilono to Volknruxt- On the Oninge river colony nITnlri leem to be returning to IhIInlllO Matna n obtnlned prevloun to the cut ling of the line of ItrltNli commnnl tit tloll London June UTlml Coniinnn limit Swii LuiiU Itoilm should bine been ohIo to utanil for two iliiyn Hpilimt linl ItnberlH nml then to re t rrnt without lonlng nny pina ir hav Ing unyof lilA men captured U tnken to niPRti that he baa u force which tho llrtHtli miiht Mill reckon na formida ble when net lug defenilvely lnndon June I8lly the peneefnl i rru t lois nf KlirUiulorp iiiinoiinred by lorhI Itnberta thr llrltlnh ptlnid a ttrateattc POI hun of Mimr Import inc na tlir town la nut ollh tin ter ittlnua of r4t tier nlllrtMin Jolmn iMwlHirjr lilt till within faay renrlt at the KrwoiMtiidVlvrfoutilii rnll rnol11ic tnmjc who aiirrendiTcd tint pbieo U n aon of the fnniona tIn Crotljt now n prlaoner nt St Helena 1Alhil vna prominent during tho li lfe of Mafcklii r At irl from thr furl llml Ltrd loli nrl llIliiotk0111P8 illreet from Ire lorln ahotvlHK till tili fnipli lIne H rcupcneil the oilier only Hilnt of In trreet la the furl that till IliHTH whom lien XletliHcn reportinl lo hntn 10 lilt 1111 routed hRU milllel nnllj ret iiH nil Nl to ntiRckn eon tntrtlon tmln- A dlct Mtrh from Klmlxrly rcporln 1 pugilistjiilant ln tilt Itoer army nnd who blew up bridge nt 1ourleen Strcnm London June 10Iunl KobertN illawttrhea Icnvo alT lra at Iretorin nntlMtiirtd with lie llorra wlthdniwn to now ponillunx New of frenh fight IIIR expected nt the war olllce Jon llundlcH mtroU bad II iklr liiiah with ItoefH ugitlti Wednrwbiy homo wonder xire8inI here an to wlmt he doing with three dlvbtloiiH which It iiMiumed by Nome iII Ituller will mine Into Orange Itlver t olony and cooHrale with Ixirtl Me Iliitnn uilunl Knmllu in biifKlK Irealdcnt Steyn and Ida 7100 or SooO folIovr Part of Chrlfltan lUithnV force unit luiltcil at Iaiirdokop is tiilleN north viwt of YolkxrnM Doer parllcH nro Mill near YnlkuriiHt and tin occasion ally upon this llrltlih plckelK- Tho llrltUb JlIn rllm1I1 In Ioiiklil rrinp whether iitllut forc Khonld tint be oent to China front South Africa It thought nnolll ilally that Lord Itobortn could Iron brigade or two nnd till neccNwiry tniiiMportit flEe now in South African wnlcni Till commander of the ex pedition It naiil would bprlllln bly ien Sir William Nicholson A Alapitch from Lonrenco 11111111 mya IernoiiN hne arrived here who have Meii till preparntlunN of the Hours and learned that they will re tire when forced Ii mug the lyden butff dlatrlet into the outhpaimberg region adjoining Ithodcsla and lazn land The Dully Mall has n dispatch from llloeinfontcln paying ien DC Wets nttnck on tin rnilroad wan made after be had succeeded In luring Met linen from where be had destroyed tIlt line Then he cleverly seized It north of KroonMnd blew up t lie bridge and dcxtroycd a large Kcctlon of the line with dynamite The Cape Town correspondent of the Dally Telegraph Rayn under Hluiiil that ien De Wit in addition 0tothe Derbyshire battalion captured 10 companlcH of till city voluntccrtt and two companies of yeomanry two men only escaping t Ilrllw talc Utllnnkcr Arrratnl Chicago June 1nhnN 1 1ackcr exbanker elnbinan financier and a lender In church el mel ee was 1IIIIh1I In Minneapolis Two warrants charg lOll Packer with obtaining money by false prelcnsen are III the bands of the Chicago police liipiiiie r Onloreil HtiMirleil Washington June 15 Commlxston er Ucneral Vowdcrly of till bureau of Immigration orilcrrd the tleporta then of 31 Jnpiinexe from Port Town Bend Wash where thcY Iiatl laiulctl IIIITiolntlon of the liiiiiilgrmlou lawBi i j TIlE SUNDAY SCHOOL I trfllorIlrnun In lilt Inlrrnntlnnnl June SI IIlJLuunrterJ- JtriIcv Mlnilr irrepnrnl liy H C I nlnKton nolmiV TrXT Tli kliiKiliiui rniiiP Stall lull A CIIUONOIOCJICAI URVIBW IIclow vn plvc n brief hlxturlcnl re view covrrliiff that period In the life of Ihrlut tnuhiilcil In tho piixt quarters t iiuly A l Mldmilnincr Jo un utters the Bcrtnon on the Mount turin of Ilnltln MMt rtinptrrft 5 6 and 7 CciilurlonH ivant hrnlcd at Cnprrrmum Matt 6H3 lnkn 7110 WldowH son rnlnril Ht Nnlnltikn III1John the Imp tINt rrmlii to JcmiH to learn If Ito In Iho Mritoluh In OnlllppMutt 11113 Iiikx IBili JCIUA wnriifi Inlllcntin and In vltrn Uirm HHylnic Comn unto me nil yetlmt halter InllII OJIIIIII-Rt illnnrr In phnrlKcnH lioiup sinful woman nnoint Ills fret JVBUH utlera parablo of Tho Two thlorIuko7Msn A U Autumn Jemia and illnrlplrn make nothrr tour of Unlllec Iuko 613 Jmun hrnta blind nail dumb ilcmonlnc nt CnirrnnumMatt l2Si4S Murk 3K JrMia mother nnd brethren visit Him rnpernnumMntt 050 Mnrk IJMB Iuko S19iJriUB rpeak eight parnlleK by the Kea of lalllrr Mnlt 1116 Mark 4131 Luke 8UJIIIuPtIIU lempent on lalllee Mutt gilSSj Mnrk 4S4I luka K2SJrnui re lorfs demoniac nl Oirxeia town on Mulrrn aliore of IalIltcMtt SS31 Mark 610 Luke PiG3ti Jemin ultendi rnpemnaumMsittPlGfl rentorei Jnlnm daughter lo tarlIottBI1M Mark 5Zl Itike Sl9MJenuicure two blind men nnd one dumb pos ifMKl nt Cnpernmim Mntt 11731 A U S 11I1rJII ua rejected n necond time nt NnzarethMntt JIM4S lark iI JeMin i endi out the Twelve to prenrh rid heal In Galileo IownsMatt 9Z to 111 Mnrk6ClJ Iuke 91C A V MarrhJohn the Baptist heniled nt Mnrhertii Mntl 1412 Mark 11421 tllko A oJ AiirllJmtU feed Ihn five thou rnrulnrMrllrthaaliJa Malt II 111 Mark cae4C Mike 0lftlt Julia 6116 TIIK TKAflllNriH OK JKRfB Tim more Important tiwhlnga of the punt qiiurtorM ntmly may be brIef- ly rrcnlleil In tho order Of tile Icusonn- LeiiMin ITht llealltudmMntt 4II611 Itivnll the arvrral beHtltiiden nnd mite that they Indicate the wny of huppl ntsa HilrMPilriPFM sa pointed out by Jsata Ixfmn IlIrteqta and Promiass Malt 7114 JII warns uculml eeixorlouimcun In Judclnu othrrn tenthen that prayer In merely askIng reeking nail knocking nnd God nlWny niHWrrn gives ua the uolden veryMinIyHeaven U not PIss y but requIre effort for rlrali narrow Is the flats And narrow the wny which lendeth unto life JalruIIItIt31I1rknut lend but nlrvpclh The event la tplrui tif JMUK IIHII 1ath ninl rnmrrw Ilim lair soil given lo Inunnlie comfort lug nmurniMe Hint death iliwn not end nil hut that w rhall rlne to a n and teller lit Irm IV Tho Centurion RrYa- nlJlNIIIukll 71M JuIalIln the text of ihU lr M n rtunnintxllni emphnala on th renluriona faith nnd commemli It nn exnmpla lo the world Thin Incident ahq 1111 the bam down for the preaching of lhi fi4 Mtvl to the Jennie IlaptisitlukeIliem Jesus by healing the blind soul deaf and lain and leproua raising the dead and IWNtcliUlN the l MiMl to the lor prove to John and III world that lie U Hi Mn r la h the Havluurnr the world loiu VlJeaiin VarnlnK anal Invltlif Malt i There In great dnnxer In rJnnlHK tIIlnllllhlu It shall be mure tot erable for Tre nml Hldon nt thv tiny of JwlKtncnf than for nuch an blindly on not heeding the tall of Je u Come hieivyladenITHWII Vllr Jeiiu nt the Ilmrljceii house IliUo 7HM NolnlliolAikof cour teOUaArN lu th pharlet who slId suet ac cord ills HUt hit nrcuntoiiwil klw oil for the Iwnd or the wanhliiK of feet Chrtft fornlvrn the great ulnner a readily n a lem r one Note olxi the reason Iho sin tel tvuman ItIII forglvtn for she loved much Chnpler Vlllrarablv of the lower Mntt IIIS soil ISJt Null that nil the seed wna peed hut that the result dc IfiiJed upon the chnrncter of the noil Note al thaI where hiId wan planted the Mine nun must Intve shone nnd the same mount of rnln have fallen Knvlronmtnt had He to do nllh If but merely the ill pill and cliBractiT of the ground III Irunaiulihlkilkfl we krow that much d ienda Uxn llu hearer whether tho good rveU of the wnrld fall Into ntony or bar ten or gItI iruund Chapter IX1nrnblen the Kingdom Malt irilM Tim neven imrablen spoken At thla thus nit tcCOrdrd In Malt 1M2 lariibieleaven of the hid treasure of the pearl of gNat price of the Milling net and of the fruitful Held KMHOII XTlit Twelve Rent lnrtIi Inll tX to lOS The harvent U filenteolia but the laborer are few There In a great work for every servant of lad to do and It to proclaim l1l11tUeinnelvcn lIve us If thoy belIeved that the klnndom of Heaven U at hand lIalIIIllIrkof character and how rurlly he II nunoil to iommlt nn awful crime Confront Hlno the happy memory and tho helpful Inllucnci wo have from the llfxnf John an opposed to the contempt that has conic down through alt history for the wink and wicked king Ion X ItTho IVnllnK of the Five Thounnnd John 6814 TIns most salient tnt limb bly the III Uit rut t ion the mlr acts gives of how much God can make out of n very little Tho lad did not know the noble Lisa that his live small loaves cern lo ho put lo neither do we know the Inllnllo possibilities of our small talents A IoallUe thInK Christianity Is nothing If not posi live The mere hatred of evil In n pnrtleulnr turin U no evidence of piety Men have hnted the devil who lund mode little progress toward lovIng God Jehu the furious driver In a hurst of zeal swept his kingdom of Dual war shipers hut Jehu took no heed to Ill lie in the low of the Lord Sod of Israel with all Ms heart It la little to the point to he told what a man Is against It Is vital to know what he U lorS S Times tjiirlnllnnlt na Kurt The only Infallible tiling In this world la i fact It him boon Hncly snld that you mny moot nn argument by n contrary nrRUiiiout hut you cnnnnt meet n fuel by nil nrgIInituItt fact In nIt iniuite anil It tho part of win ilpin to ailjiiM ourselves to It ItiKtonil of llflillnf npnUist It In thought vo aiiist hnrtiionl our tlicorlcH with It In notion we must nceotniiKMlatc our tclveg to IIHIMton Wntcbmon We ore punlihvJ by our fin rather than tor them TleTolallnn IB Water Travel Experiments hue proven that TI ltd with propeller Imitate thefllhs powerItMen gradually learn that Natures ways are dent One cautc of the remarkable success of Iloitettcrs Stomach Hitlers from the fact that It ill n harmltM natural medicine made of Natures mo t strengthening herbs indigeitlousdypcpcia Too Aniloua It was at a and as the soonlohc weeldedcoupll ttalkef tfilll the aisle of the cmharranMncnt wit plainly written on the face of both hut when in reo to the uc tion by the minister if IhlYhoullcame boldly forth from each the answer I do the evident embarrassment on their part was changed to one of real on the part of the elergyusan1 Harpers Monthly Do Vonr reef Ache and JlaraIShake into your hoe Allens oootl ale a imwdcr for the feet It makes tight or New ItehingtOSweali Feet All Irugi ts and Shoe stores el 120 Sample tent 1UKK Ad dreti Alice S e Roy N Y A llnaeliall Kntlinnlnit Teacher Now Sammy please tell me what you know about the nine Muses Sammy I never an em but m to bet that the lIluehird1 kin heat em out every time Hichmond Dis patch To Cure a Cold In One Dnjr Take Uixattvo Drotno Qulnlno Tablets All drugglstji refund money If It nils to cure t5c Mans liberty has been threatened ih numerous ways throughout history but he has filnMvi been free to make a fool of himI self ChlcaRO Democrat Irof Chan Curd St Louis Mo writes Vc unhentitatingly attribute the recovery and continued Rood health of our little boy to Ttethina Teething Powder George says he doesnt knon the taste or liquor Iours it down so fast I suppose that palate doent get a chance Cleveland Dealer Lots of people tanking up Iniidc n crowd e4street ear dimply meant o many riders are trapped or room lluflalo Non Carter Ink Is lmrd 1cIuaieli liy thctrhoolaofNew York Ilotton and many other plaio and they wont utc any other A sure way to attract people who want to talk to have a look you waut to reid Washington la Democrat Thirty mlnntca la nil tho time required to lUowlili IITMAM IMHina lrw by itil drIl11l1IDid he prove to he n strong candidate hllllJelroillltllrftlli 1ison Cure cannot lie too spoken of la a iiiigh urcJ W OHrlcn XM Ave N Minaeapolii Mien Jan 0 1000 mi MAiiKir t until June I 3 CATTIK Common 100 fi ISO Select butcher Ji 5 10 CALVKSKxtriiM 33 ft 0 50 IIOCS Select packer 3 HI jl 3 MKcd IMIIIIITN 00 fi 3 1- 3SIIKKIflinln 23 ff AM US Kxtni TIKI ji 7 10 KlOril SprillK1 pat 3 63 QI 3 WIIKATXo 2 rid Qi tOlhSo S iniMil fit 7611j OATftXo t mixed fii ltVhso S 02 V- tllAYChoUi timothy fjil 73 MKSS IOltiv till 1AIM 6 37- iilltITIiCh dairy ii tliolii eli minlry IjfAlIIKSChto fnucy 5 00 t 0 00 IOTATOIiSlVr brl 40 50 JOllAlTO Now In Oil 7 73 Old 4 00 14 73 CHICAGO riOUIt Win patent 3 70 3 S- OWIIKAT No S red 70 No 3 spriiig7i4 7l1- aOIlSNo 2 SUM SJi OATS No 2 23 fff 2iy4- 11YK No 2 57- VllltlMroN 1010 Gill 23 LAIlUSlenm 40 jji 0 S7Vi New voni- cIlOlll Win patinl 3 3 WIIKAT No 2 ml 4j 8- 1thINNo 2 mixed 0 4rys OATS No 2 mixed ji 27 1JVK 01 5J- IOUKMiKH 11 73 CTI2 1AI1I Sttiim Q 610 BALTIMOR- EWIIIAT NO 2 mi 71 a 7 lit Southern 71 si OhhNNo 2 mixed 43 4ig OATS No 2 mlxrd fji CATTJI 1lrst quill 3 Q 3 HOliS Western 5 60 Q 5 73 INDIANAPOLIS hI hrxo 2 red 7- 0htNNo 2 mixed li OATS No 2 mixed g 2i LOUISVILLE nOlil1VIn patent 4 23 Q 4 50 WIIKAT No 2 red 72 COH X Mixed 44 OATS Mixed ifdJOKK Mess 12 00 JlIUSIj1II fti 0 Mt One ef the Veenest dlsppolntmfnU a misanthrope meets is lack of a demand for his cntiment when an epitaph ia to be nrittcn Chicago Democrat llnlla Cnlarrh Cure Ii a Constitutional Cure 1rice 73c remedlnCbicago Tis tweet to kiiio is Kiime Gum to chew heart Ilama IfiIh Turnof This Is m critical period In tho life of every woman and no mistakes should ho made Tim ono recognized and rollablo help for women who are approaching and paoslng through this wonderful change Is I Lydia E PlnUumi Vegetable Compound II rellallCejcan fied to by an army of gratefulwomen who have been helped by It Mrs Pinkham who has tho groatest and successful mostI tho world to qualify will advise you free of charge Her address Is Lynn Mass Write to horI without the bright satisfied BY CATHARTIC JOc 25c 50c aI 1sisiSisiII1IsIIis-a e Dealers Like have their regular customers smoke SOld Virginia Cheroots ie a because know that once a man jg = starts smoking them is fixed pa and that he will have no more trouble = with him trying him with I different kinds Five Cent cigars a hundred million Virginia Cheroots smoked = Ask your own drlcr Price 3 for 5 cents Not the Cheapest But the Be 4flngy the money oar rmr 1eva bAll the fef toplrdvery flue InlOi Kcrolel leather trimmed The bet hickory fcrrwed lIronlhipuhiaita te liace tehIclc from filM tip iacludtng toad Fart Road RigsShIppedall avpotageonourfrce1iuggy Catalogue Ii M ROBERTS SUPPLY IIOUSEJUIIIInrnll aJs Inilatlon Digestion Regulates the Bowels TDR IOFFETTSJ Slrtngthtru the Child Makes Tttthlns Easy- t TEETN Relieves the flowt of Children or Costs only 25 cents at rggls tTtoublu AGE Ormatl 23cenl to C J MOFFETT M Dt ST LOUIS MO WNOHESTCR Send name and address on a postal now Dont delay if you are Interested WINCHESTER REPEATING CO WINCHESTER AVENUE NEW HAVEN CONN w One of the great advantages of going to Texas via the Belt is that you avoid the annoyances and discomforts of changing cars necessary on other routes The Cotton Belt trains are the only ones that run through from Memphis to Texas without change These tnJnicorrr Pullmiin Blenwn at night PirlorCate Cn lurinj the day Co chei and Free nocllnloll Choir Cars both d nigh The itrrlp compare i wtth that of any reid In theeGntrT WrIte and Sell nt where yon Ire going and when you will Ieaye sad WI tH whit rose ticket will cost and what train to take toinakmtha Slit lime aid onoelloll W will also tend jou an interesting ItttU booklet A Trip to Teiai fUlBJMUDJXitBjUjTtti WtnUUWJLlca Uit a TLADAlSTJiaibilleTea rE flAil rACllclllllI I LZVTTOITPLf9attafsTea- sa W LaBEAUME 0 P and T A St Louis Mo BILE BLOAT Puffs under the eyes rednose pimple blotched greasy face dont hard drinking always as much as it shows that there is IN THE BLOOD It is true drink ing and overeating overloads the stomach but failure to assist nature in regularly posing of the partially digested lumps of that are dumped into the bowels and allowed to rot there is what causes all the trouble CASCARETS will help nature help you and will keep the system from filling with poisons will clean out the sores that teUof the systems rottenness Bloated by bile figure becomes unshapely the breath foul eyes and skin yellow in fact the whole body kindof fills up with Every time neglect to help nature you lay the foundation for just such troubles CASCARETS will carry the poisons out of the system and will regulate you naturally and easily and gripe or pain Start tonightone tablet keep it up for a week and help the liver cleanup bowels and you will feel right your blood will be rich face look clean eyes Get a lOc box of CASCARETS take as directed If you arc not curedor you get your money back Bile bloat is quickly permanently CURED CiNDY To any needy ISIerlinga Cigar to they he I to satisfy of Three Old this year sltItCtQlomte Aids ARMS Collon Thronsh fnorlbl7 mean dis food the filth and + ++ ++ + + m + + ++ 4 r + +4 ++ 4 A news ink that IS CHEAP is manufactured by The Queen City Printing Ink Co Cincinnati Ohio Who have had 10 years experience in making NEi VS INK TO MEET THE REQUIREMENTS Such as the Speed of the Preuthe Texture of he jperthe Temperature of the Press Room etc It ROCS FAKTJtRU ADDS to the look of a jmper and IS CHEAP or at least ECONOMI CAr wliicl ho tIE TEST for the word CHEAP This Ii crtnleJ viilh THAT Ink NS INK S + 4 + + + IIIUE Use Certain Corn Cure Price 15c ntdbVdrtVciltsu7rJ IDRU Makes a rapcr LOOK THlf PART j 1OO UU A DAY JIVer n w1or Woaiaa ads cia Inirwtn e uur ictJiU In muntrr NVrw lutrrnaloual Muiufu Co rnnont kanut n A N Kt 1817 VUCot vnnixo JO AuvBHTitiint- plfu e etiitc tbut you law file A4 ff 4 IlUlU IA III Cf 4g IJ- GREETINGS TO MISS GOULD Mnny atnUenta and friends know that greeting Were Rltrn tu Its loulil oil the sin itIIIr nrrlcnl upon the tepe of Ladies 1eu know uluit uni unltl there and will he pToiip etl to nee tho wonl lit one of the young Inillp ltls Ellen Click Mini llarheea words nre not now nt Imncl Miss GOULD Wo have been told from timo to time about our friends whom wo have never seen but who i are helping us and expecting us to succeed We have all to look into their faces and to know them Among them all there is not one whom we would have more gladly chosen to visit us than Helen Gould We have read in the papers that you have a hundred and seventylive letters every day asking for your help and it has been a glad surprise that who know every school and every good cause in the land should have chosen to help us and the college we love so well- I wish to in behalf of all these students and hundreds more who are- not here today that we appreciate what the supporters of Berea College are doing for us Through the in dustrial instruction which these friends are furnishing here they are making more and better corn grow on tho mountains and in the valleys more flowers bloom in the sick room and more well and happy children play around the schoolhouse door thank all these kind friends these neighbors and helpers and we thank you Mis Gotill Wo are glad you are here so that we can say to you with our lips what is deep in our hearts We know that you have helped Berea College because you really cared for tho young people whom it is training If you did not really earn for us you would not have pass ed by a hundred proud institutions to come to see us You have not come to see great buildings or rich furnishings but to see a group of young people most of whom have started in humblo sur roundings and who are very hungry for the things that help us on to better living We thank you That little word is not enough very earnestly do siroto prove ourselves worthy of all the noble unselfish interest which you have shown Wo desiro that our thanks shall be living thanks and that you shall not be disappointed in us We know that Miss Gould is nc- customed to the riucuiu admiration of- the noblest in the landthe gold medals of Congress and tho thanks of princes We cannot express our selves in terms or show you the outward honor which we feel in our hearts but none of these great gifts and finely expressed thanks are any more sincere than ours and as aItoken of our feelings wo ask you accept this hunch of wild uncultivated mountain laurel gathered from the hills around us I Education Worth Working For The cost of education is evident tho are known only to the one who has gained by education And yet the world knows if we do not that A Good Kdnrntlon Inyat lt In dollars and coats All testimony of statistics agrees in showing that educated laborers ofall ranks have better work and better wages than the uneducated l2 In influence and position Careful estimates make it certain that the chances of promotion to places of trust and power among men are two hundred times as great to an educated man as to an uneducated man 3 In usefulness The bulk of good work in the world discovery invention government philanthropy and religionis brought about by those who learn to think by study 4 In enjoyment Our pleasures grow out of what we are ourselves more than from surroundings A well trained man sees hears and handles a great deal more of the world than an untrained ono All things do him good not so much be cause ho owns thorn as because he understands them He always has good things to think about Tho above paragraphs were writ ten more than twenty years ago and yet in reviewing them today 1 see no reason to change in n single word the testimony then culled from experience and study of the worlds pro gress Thousands of students since added testimony to their truth from experience Thoy still stand unchallenged though they have been printed hundreds of times in several different states No one is too poor or too ignorant or too old to gain some of these pro fits In getting an education you but one step at a time and the hardest step to take is the first one It is like learning to walk one step gives strength and faith for a second and these for a third After tho civil war a soldier who had braved battles and endured the horrors of prison life made up his mind at the ago of to go to school He rented his little farm and took his young wife with plus to college It was u struggle against want and against habit but at forty he graduated and went back to his farm To the misfortune of such a late start wore added long weeks of suffering from accidents to both his wife and himself It seemed to some of us that tho four years of struggle yearslatercollege classmates and I had the boldness to ask him Did your struggle for education pay lie looked me in the face but with tears glistening upon his eyelids and said If you mean did it pay in dollars and cents I think it did am wqrth more money today than I would have been had I stayed at my workon the farm But if you mean did it pay in all that makes money worthanything in true enjoyment of living in the world it paid a hundred foldYoung people do not hold back because it costs a struggle All the good things in this world cost some thing An education costs but pays because it costs energy pluck judgment and wit which grow by being used Come to Berea with your hard earned dollars and go back with power to earn more dollars and with joy in owning more of yourselves GEO T FAIBCUILD The Counties Madison County Kiclimoiitl Mrs Eliza Chenault after a long and severe illness died on 15th of JulyR S Beard a student of Berea citylastThe residences of Mr James Brock and Miss Josie Walker wore recently burned No insurance Dr Evans and Miss Smith sister of the late lamented Speed Smith were recently married Delegations of Elks from the neighboring towns met and organized an Elk at the Masonic Tem ple Thursday night Clay County Ogle Butler Smith went to Flat Creek last Saturday- J Davidson of Tennessee is spending a few days here Miss Dora Smith of Bright Shade was hero last Sunday Tho infant son of Frank Swafford died a low days ago H F Farmer was here part of tho week taking the census Crops are good here anti farmers are well up with their work F F Clark expects to try photo graphy in this localitysoon Frank Wagers of Bright Shade and Jabel Stuart of Spring Creek return ed home from Berea Several of our citizens are attending court at Manchester The trial of Ulysses Lewis for the killing of Mon roo Davidson was sot for Wednes day Owsley County JJoouevllle Miss Hattie Minter arrived homo front Boron where she has been at tendingschool Corn crops are looking well in this section of country Oats nre light owing to tho dry weather Grant Sebastian who has been staying in Danville for some time is now visiting his father at this place Thomas L Gabbard salesman for Floyd and Bohr of Louisville has started on a trip through tho moun tainsOld uncle Joe Allen of Eversole made a visit to this place recently He is eighty years old and says he can do n very good days plowing- A C Gabbard and wife of this place returned from a trip to Berea and Mt Vernon whero they were visiting relatives They were pleased with their visit countydiedpneumonia fever ago 72 years The deceased was born and reared in Owsley county and belonged to a family of nine boys of whom timers are only two now living His wifes death was about one year previous to his Jackson County Evergreen Ben Drew was shot last week but seriouslyMiss Lake has returned homo from Berea Miss Martha Lake is visiting her aunt at Wallaceton- T J Ballard is visiting his sister Mrs Dillon of Livingston Abner Jackson has been iu this vicinity taking tho census Tho people who attended tho com mencement report a fine time Smith was in this locality a fewdays ago culling staves for J W Lake Drip Itock The wife of Harvey Parsons died consumption June 12th Tho infant child of Nathan Isaacs died Juno 13th of spinal disease Mr Logsdon of Panola has been in this community buying cattle Since the Commencement rain crops in this section have greatly im provedIt supposed that Miss Etta Gay of Berea will teach the Drip Rock school this year F R Davidson of Irvine has been hero buying cherries which are very plentiful this year Mrs Terissa Williams has been visiting her sons A H and D B Williams of Alcorn countyisLyuchtown this week 4 Green hall Wo are having lots of rain now W E Minter paid W II Scott a last visit Sunday M V Roberts and Ellis Seale visit ed friends hero last week Miss Cora Mudman visited Miss Bello Flanory last Sunday Miss Mollio Peters of Tyner visited her uncle R M Flanery last week Miss Hattio Minter stopped hero last Saturday on her way home from BereaAndy Minter and James Flauery of this place attended church at Flat Lick Sunday There is a now post ollice near here called Powell Cassius M Powell is postmaster Robert Flauery who has been measuring los in Perry county ii home on a visit Miss Mattie Ambrose who has been attending school at Berets returned home a few days ago Mr J B Minter of this place visited friends and relatives at Boouevillo Saturday and Sunday Glover Bottom D M Click wont to Drip Rock Sunday Chins Click and sister are visiting the Misses Parks Miss Rosa Parks of Berea is visit ing relatives here Mr anti Mrs Sam Isaacs were at Kirby Knob Saturday- D M Click bought some hogs of David Durham at 3I cents Miss Ruth Putnam is laving a few weeks visit with Viola Click Rev James Lunsford was in this vicinity last week buying cattle Misses Viola Click and Ruth Put nam are visiting Miss Nora Click Mr D C Sparks and wife of Drip Rock visited J D Hatfield last week Miss Martha Click will go to Vir ginia soon to resume the study of artJames Reynolds and Albert Alcoru wero here Suuday on their way to Drip Rock Thomas Powell will go to Berea tomorrow to work a few days ou his uncles farm Several of the boys and girls at tended tho examination at McKee Friday and Saturday Will Eagle of McKee passed through hero Saturday on his flay homo from Richmond Dogs broko into several flocks of sheep belonging to farmers hero kill ing a great many of them Two ladies from Bereti came out mid assisted in organizing a Sunday school at the School house Henry Click went to a big hoe robbing Saturday evening and said there WAS an abundance of honey and girls too Mr Stephens n former student of Berea is taking his vacation in tho mountains lIe wont to McKee ThursdayMiss Hays is at McKee at tho home of her uncle Frank Engles and will probably remain there dur tho summer Messrs Lori and Green Durham loft for Miltonville Ohio whore they expect to remain until school opens at Bereft again Johnnie Durham the boy who was rather mysteriously shot while return ing from town days ago is not recovering very fast Misses Lottis and Mary Parks and wero en IrslWD M Click and family received an invitation to attend tho marriage of Miss Grace Barton to Mr Ira Mc Laren Juno 14th at Oak Park Ills SPECIAL DEPARTMENTS ITHE HOME Killtol by KATE V 1ftXAM Teacher In Jlcrco College AVlso Sayings of Lincoln Epigram was Lincolns way of speech whether in conversation or in set rhetoric Ho had n way of putting things in telling nuggets A few of his ninny notable sayings are the followingWo escape history Let none falter who thinks ho is rightIf slavery is not wrong then nothing is wrong Como what will I will keep my faith with friend nUll foe All that I am nil that I hope to be I owo to my angel mother Thero is no grievance that is a fit object of redress by mob law For thirty years I have been a temperance man and am too old to changeNo is good enough to govern another without tho others consent I believe this government cannot permanently cnduro half slave timid half free Gold is good in its place but living patriotic mutt aro bettor thnn gold Savin 3Iollicr farmer sat In his tIy chair Between the tiN awl the Ixtupllghti glare llli fief wiu Toddy And full antI fair Ills three small bays In the ehlmiHy nook conned the linen of it picture look Ills wile the priile of hit home tad heart- H kMl the Utttilt amt made the tart Laid the table apJ steeped the IM lIeftllWeetl8IInllTlreol ami fatal she bore Mr Irtati without euMipUlnt Like many aBodwr boob d Mist Content all MiUMt bUtt Mon In the patient iniUy of tote At Mst between the cloud of mete That wreathed his Urn the biubaod pots Tbeiv taxw to rat an tatiwt to raF- Aad ef thin tounld com a ralnj day Twonld be alghty kaadjr Im boon to Mjr T haIUlBlotblu put bjr Far folkuM Asthsluaeralbills and grarvtnna to buy Enough to iwaap a nun putt nigh Bides therct Edward lad Dirk and Joe To be pforiilrd for when Je1O- Iof I twsa you Ill Ml you vtial Id da Id be rata ol wood seat 114Extra IM doD t W sly fo 4 Id be satin of reap an satin ol lye And run up ape oMdlft taw Is while Id be ratbtr spud K eualW an Ma poi ert hlfi Aod all to hwy And waist la gad tBMfk for Mr Id be Wad o eanrtal about mr vhf u And took MI sleep taw the money now tiny triwia I the tone of worn Id lIo1tlw best of the JIIIad fA- D ana le rb ood nigh about tile assay And ar to the carpet you wanted new iMtt we mm make the old one dn And aa for UM wales an towln BMehlne Theta onootb tomruod agents m pesky BOM Youd better ftt rid 01a alien awl etan What do they know about moan Most Du they ralklUlo wow wM horn to hlrtY Irtek and Kdward mad Uttto Jo Rat In a maser In row They MW the ptticiit mother an- On eweeles erranda W and fro They rw that her form bent And lklN liar tUlIM gray and her cheek sunk la They laW the tilvcr of lip lad chin And thin with a warmth he rould net MWlbar uUloOh the yotmtvM fnlteat brother you talk ol wrln wood and lie An tea and roger tall the while Slut you never talk of anD mother Hardly a day passes in families where there aro children in which Ballarde Snow Linament is not need ed It quickly cures Cuts Wound Bruises Burns and Scalds Price Uf and 50 cts S E Welch Jr THE SCHOOL A Story Written In five clmptcn by flre different mem hers of Utile DiiUo Ilterury Society CHATTEIl Coutlriiieit from lust Weep Three years hind passed On a slat hill top whero tho air was pure and bracing another log house looked down upon tho ono in which wo loft our discouraged hero fart of tho steep hillside between the two houses was still in all its natural beauty a tangle of wild grape vines mountain laurel mountain pansies form and mosses struggling for existence Another part hud been cleared and im proved grapes anti strawberries and blackberries and raspberries took tho place of the old tangle and vied with tho wild things in covering the rocks with foliage and turning it into fertile soil with their roots Down tho other side of the hill sheep and clover wore busy renovating a wornout field anti In tho homo two women wore busy tanking tho castoil last year coats of tho sheep into something for thoir superiors to wear Down in time valley a grout tent shone in tho sun light nod a group of starved looking boys who surely didnt grow up in the country were digging sassafras root A titan nod n woman stood watch ing the boys The man said You can soil anything if you only adver tise well enough Folks like tho ones I cooked for three years ago wont get over thoir craze for sassafras tea sassafras flavor and sassafras mucilage till this country at least is clear ed of its surplus sassafras Ill tell you what Julia next year well work a new advertising scheme That greonhrinr down there is closely relit ed to the sniilax they decorate with at hightoned weddings Wo will ad vor HsoSmttax tierlxiccn till they nro as wild over that as thoy Am our Masse fins now and thou well Bare more work for my city missionary class mutes poor little slummem Julie exiled and turned to look at n group of little children coming out of IKHIW half way down time hill HOS she snits nnd wo will make imotigh wit of the MMMafntB to buy Mr Brown s old fnrm lint hocnutdo anythiiig with cud put that consiiuip tire crpeutt from MansachusuttM to building n house on it and his sister ono run a kindergarten hare They need one in that tntighborhood too She is tired out with tonchiug in the city cord a few years Hero will make her all over- And so it was everywhere Those two people wore busy finding places that needed pooplo and people that ueoded places and making over timings that would Imvo gone to waste without them They wero not getting rich very fast and they didnt seo that thoy needed to Thoir wants wore easily supplied and they found their luxury In thoir work Sometimes they stopped in their busy lif to congra tulato themselves that tho General lend made something worth while out of a nuns that might otherwise have gone to waste The Foo For relief nod comfort iu Asthma Coussens Money of Tar hasnocqiml Price 25 and BO cts S E Welch Jr ACROSS THE COLLEGE GREEN = BEREA COLLEGE HAS 15 BUILDINGS tnulUOU1EEREA COLLEGE FOUNDRl 183B Over 2O teachers 700 students from 12O states nest Library III Kentucky o Saloons DEPARTMENTS For those NOT sufllciontly advanced to get a teachers certificate I Trade Schools Carpentry Housework Printingtwo years II Model Schools preparing for Normal anditho advanced courses For those sufficiently advanced to got a teachers certificate III Farming and Agriculture gardening otctwo years IV Domestic SciencoSowing Cooking otctwo years V Normal Course for teachers three years with practice teaching VI Academy for College for business and for life CoursofourCollege CoursesClassIcal Philosophical and Literary For those more nlv no VIII Oruntl Choral free Vocal Piano Theory Adjunct IX Berea GenorallIospitalTwo years course in tho care of tho sick Borea places the best elhtcntloll in reach or all Itia lot a monoymaking institution Its instruction is a aid relit themselves and charges a small incidental fee free gm It aims to help those who value education help to meet expenses of the school apart from instruction students must also pay for their bOON Expenses for term be within 21 about half of whlca roast be in advanceweeks12 may Methodists and good people ofPresbyterians The school is ondorswlby Baptists Congregationalists Disciples all denominations For injowation or jrlendly adLofce address the VicePruillmt- GEO T FAIICCIJILD Lt D Berea Madison Co Iffy THE FARM Ktlltci by C MANX Prolettor ol Horti culture llrrcn Colltcc The Truo Forestry Not many years ago tho people in this country who were interested in forestry were foe in number nnd weio moro or less discouraged Looping further ahead into thu future than their follows and foreseeing tho grate dangers and dillicultios which threat ened North America front the de struction of tho forests thoy wore yet usable to impart their enthusiasm to others or oven to make theta see tho dangers that were ahead Nowadays things aro very different Time number of people interested in forestry is large the number of train ed foresters in tho country is consider tJeryIlIlIulthat forestry is something practical n means of investing property that mi adequate return shall bo had for the invuitmeiit It is but a few years sluice it was definitely explained to tho American people that tho chief purpose of protecting anil cultivating tho forests is that tho crops which they prodit co may bo harvested anti sold but when this btatemoiitcamoto bo believed and when what it meant came to ho understood tho public it was seen that tho laud owners lumbermen anti foresters were all working for n common untl and it boo cattle evident that they ought all to work together Tho business of tho forester is to manage time forest HO that the land owner and tho lumber men tau get out of it as much as poss sibleBefore that tho lumtMirmen had boon bitterly opposed to tho forester because they supposes that he want ed to keep the luinlximiuti out of tin forest that hu withed to prevent thu cutting down of the trees that hu desired to keep them xrliHM to look at In other words that tho forever hAil 800M orupruheuihlesoatftnsut which led him to go about oorwittiitly singing Woodman spare that tree We nth know a little better than lint now Mud nre ml her diapered to laugh at the iduM which purlmp we oursdkot cherished not long ago And at tINt same time time notions of many ixwple wbo are really iuterasUHl in forestry are still milHdonUy sagas us to whet forestry IIMDUM and they know little more than that it moans in general Uw protection of tho forests which ninny of tliMn have seen ruth lessly dtjatroyod by tho lumlxinnun or by fink In n Primer of Forestry recently published by thu DopqrtmiNit of y Agriculture as one of Its bulletins Mr Gifford Pinaltot tolls us some thing about forestry which we take it will Iw news to 00 per cent of the people into whose hands time book comas Wo aro told first what a tree is its parts its food what wood is composed of how the tree breathes how it grows and of time structure of wooltincluding tho annual rings and the heart wood and sap wood Tho see otul chapter teaches whnt are time vari ous requirements of trees as to heat moisture and light it shows that some aro tolerant and others Intolor nut of shade while some tolerate shade at ono period of lift which yet cannot bear it at another little of growth reproductive power and succession of forest trees are treated as well as pure and mixed forests and reproduction by sprouts Thou comes the treatment of time forest as n community Time life of a forest crop time sever egos of tho trees time struggle among tho trees for existence tho growth of those which survive the culmination of tho treo in size tho end of tho struggle and finally tho death of tho tree from old ago So long as the forest was loft to nature it did very well but man in terferes with nature and trouble fol lows to all natural timings Sinco Mr Pinchot returned to this country and tool up the practice of forestry as a profession ho has doe a groat deal of good in many ways perhapsho spreadingreally means as tho writing of this little book Forest and Stream A sallow jaundiced skin is n symp springsfront cheerfulnessand life Hemline will restore tho PricojTo improve the golden moment of thatislife Johnson