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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t J u au a r SUBSCRIBETODAY 1 NMH N 60c a Year Devoted to the Interests of the Home Scbool and Farm 50 c a Year I VOL II BEIU3A MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JUNE 27 1900 NO2 THE CITIZEN- C JiEXPORD RAYMOND Editor ruhtuhed at the otare of Till GITIKISN Moron Ky Kntmtl at the Ptttitt at lima Ay ei utoitil da asaeinr tte- IDEAS A man who is idle In Bummer ought to bo hungry In winter Note what IB saiil about public schools this week in tho schoolcol umn on pago Tlio ninn who does not take n good newspaper is liko tho ono who puts out his childrouH1 eyes About this time YOt can toll the dU foronco between n good fnrtnor and a poor ouoby hits crop Tho earth has no prejudice against rolorIt will yield as much when a blackman handles tho hoe as though ho were white Foreign News Over six million people in India are now receiving relief Foreign ministers in Peking are said to ho asking for their passports Four American soldiers were killed in China near Tion Tain in an am btiscado ItiHiiaid that tho fighting force of the Hours In South Africa docs not nxcocd 20000 tamp From Shanghai comes alarming ruuors that many Chinese have peen killed ntid their bodies burned Cambridge University England has conferred tho degree of LL D upon tho American ambassador Jo noph Chonta There is no news whatever to lx ob tamed from Poking IIH yet Tho typhoons nro raging that it is land sailing for our battle ships Settlements in Ecuador near tho Colombian frontier have been sacked h by Colombian irregular oldirs A conflict between Colombia and Ecua I dor in inuniuunt National News Tho St Louis street cars nro run ning nil right again Oberlin College is holding her com mencement exercises today At Smith College Massachusetts there wore 200 women graduates this yearThe census estimates indicate a population in tho United States of 78001000 Brown University received nt com mencement time 1600100 of which John D Itockcfullcr gave 750000- A fatal railroad accident occurred near Green Bay Wisconsin Two trains collided killing six persons and wounding fiftythree On Saturday night a passenger train near MncDonough Co ran into n washout and inns completely wreck oil 30 passengers were hurled into Klernity within n few seconds Tho Pullman car passengers were un harmed Attho Republican National Couven lion held in Philadelphia Juno 21 Win McKinloy of Ohio and Theo lore Ilooscvclt of Now York were nominated by acclamation for Presi dent and Vicepresident amid great News Tho L C N Railroad Company it is said has bought tho Tallahassee Southeastern Railroad Harrodnburg has local option onco moro Tim saloon mon are doing all they can to got tho law repealed Tho Richmond Military Band will givo open air concerts each Friday night In Richmond all this sunnier Tho fourteenth annual session of tho Kentucky Chautnu Ua Assembly oponed Tuesday Juno 26th at Lex ington There is an abundant harvest of wheat in Kentucky this year All the fnnnont are very busy gathering it in this week Mr Justus Gotrbol loll Frankfort yesterday for Phoenix Arizona It is thought that ho will make no further effort to apprehend WS Taylor until the trial of the other conspirators has begun TIDE CITIZEN III onthu8iastuKentucky Locals and Personals Dr 14A Davis spout Sunday in CincinnatiOld for sale at this ollico 20 cents n hundred Robert Trtiott and wife are vistiug relatives in Jackson count r- Mrs Lizzio Burke is confiniHi to her bed with sciatic rheumatism Prof E G Dodgo pulpit of tho Union Church SumlayJ Miss Mnttio Heath of Slato Lick visited friends at Brodhead lust week Green Gabbard who has been working in Ohio returned homo Sun law Miss Ida Azbill who has been in Louisville for several months arrived SundayMrs A King has boon appoint ed superintendent of tho branch Sun dar school J Messrs E L Robinson and Malcotn Miller have completed tho census of tho Glado Precinct Robert Duncan loft Saturday for Indianapolis whore ho expects to work this summerIRov and Mrs Henry DerthSck left last Thursday for a two weeks vaca tion at Camp Nelson- Hermenegeld Klima has accepted a position with tho Central News Central University at Richmond ly1 Tutor J T White has reached his homo at Cross Plains Teun alter a five days horseback trip through tho mountnlnsITho farmers are harvesting their wheat crops which promise tho larg est yield for years The price now bring offered is 88 cents Mr and Mrs Irvine Walker heads of tho Culinary Department at Ladies Hall nro visiting in tho country dur ing Miss Merrows absence J C Teeters who has been survey lug every since Commencement loft last Saturday to join his family at Garrett Ind for a mouths vacation Mrs Frost and Cleveland loft Thundny for Oberlin and wero join ed there on Monday by Pres Frost who preached nt Cleveland Sunday Mr nUll Mrs M L Spiuk left Thursday for Chandlcrvillo Ills Mr Spink will return to work in Mr Biirdcttes mill the latter part of July Rut D Ie Jones of Boron former ly of Paris Ky was iun down by n north bound freight train Friday morning and instantly killed The body was buried in tho Boron Ceme tery Pres Frost returns to Berea Jul 7th and will preach at tho Chapel July 8th at n union meeting iCnr rangements can ho made The Presi dent does not speak very often in Boron and whoa he does speak everybody wants to hear him Tho Bloomer Girls a base ball team from Boston have been play ing with tho different college teams throughout the state Tim gamo in Richmond last Thursday resulted in n tie IS to IS Tho young women handle themselves welluud tho games attract a great deal of atten tionTho Inst issue of time Times the weekly paper in Westfield Mas contains nu article upon Bores College including nn extract from the CITIZENS account of the Commence meat Proto rtOl1oughnud other friends of Berea in Westfield rejoice in the recent addition to tho funds of tho College sad its promise ofera larged usefulness A camping party consisting of Misses Anna and Jennie Hanson Pianos Richardson Addio Fish Ethel Putnam Messrs Charley Han son Curtis Rhodus and Col Ben Mitchell left Monday for Camp Torrent Ky They will ho joined at Winchester by Mr and Mrs Will partyMrwho havo been fortunate enough to partake of his hospitality know that ChnrloJHnnsolloverseer of tho party while Mr Rhodus will entertain nnd wait upon tho ladies Only one camping party is admitted to the grounds at n time a A PROCLAMATION rECONOMY for the Spring and Summer Season in Mens and Boys Fine I Stylish Made I OLOTE3ING I Icloth you with the LoweM priced rlghvly made absolutely wallwolllolhIIlJrOS In America nightlymade ai It U of famous Vitals Ilrand the only readytoiviar Clothing Tailored on a Mrlrtly lentlllc bnls In clean ventilated workroom Ierfect filling and wiarrttUtlug UcauM the Inildc vjy Vital the very life of the garment l cartfulncM In making represent the ellIlradllure of time and thought and II a deckled eoutnart to the tailoring ecru I 1thee e- Than I el where plow ran we afford to sell such hlgh grade Clothing lor leer money tiffa than elsewhere Our answer li pure and duple Oun It a modern store constructed jfljftour piirthaimg power the lower our price thaft the story Ins uut hen M COVINGTON MITCHELL so RICHMOND KENTUCKYjJtZ6ZtZtZtZ6Z 2 Miss Abbie S Morrow is spending a week with her sister Miss Florence in Cincinnati Wilt Flanery has been mowing the lawn In front of Ladies Hall adding much to appearances Miss Graco Lester is spending a week witn her friend Miss Sallie Chrisman of Panola Ky IIK Bohou of Hustonville Ky is hero in tho interests of tho McCor mick Harvesting Machine Co Prof Dodgo is arranging fcr a picnic to be given at his homo on the fourth of July for tho old soldiers F E Matheny writes from Lara mule of beginning missionary work in the mountains of Wyoming on Juno 22 Tho Borea Wallaceton and Carters vine Turnpike Company will begin work on that road in a few days This is a road that has long been needed and will add much to tho prosperity of our section of tho country Children Must In Summer That children do rust out during tho long summer vacation is unques tionably n fact writes Edward B Rawson in tho July Ladies Homo Journal That several weeks of tho already too short school year must be spent In rubbing ofT tho rust before tho advance can bo resumed all teachers know But that is not tho worst of it When tho rust is removed the former luster is not restored The childs brain is not in receptive con dition it has been allowed to rust Children prefer regular employment provided it ho interesting However glad they nro when the last day of schoolcomes they aro quite as glad to resume their woik In tho fall oven if its interest is not great Ahoyor more frequently a girlwill sore times overwork not because ho is pushed but because ho is permitted Very seldom will either n boy or a girl choose to do nothing One may choose to do things other than those wo require and so ho called idle or lazy but to bo doing something it tho natural condition and tho condi tion preferred So strong is tho instinct to bo active in both mind and body that when left to themsolvor our children will find something to do in spite of us nnd too frequently it is something that might bettor not bo done Ordinance Tho following ordinance will bo voted on finally by tho trustees of Bcrea Ky after thirty days from this publicationThat presort limits of tho town of Berea bo so changed that thin west line shall be as follows Beginning at tho west end of tho footbridge on Chestnut avenue and running northwest with Ellipse street to north limit of tho town and from tho samo beginning southeast to tho south limit of tho town includ ing tho residence of E P Fairchild S E WELCH Chairman E L Romxsov Clerk Good fortune seldom travels around in an automobile looking for youEx The Union Forever A Seculon Movement Talkd or In Here Berea is mildly excited over a strange action which was taken at a called mooting of the village council recently A motion was mndnnd carried to change the corporation limits by cutting the town In two near tho footbridge west of tho College propertyThis proposition naturally awakens curiosity and surprise It is not a change of boundary but a did sion of tho town The half which it is proposed to exclude from tho town limits includes tho railway station both school houses and the entire site of tho first settlement of tho town and perhaps moro than half its tax able property It appears at first glance as a piece of sharp practice to secure help from the county In building the projected pike from said footbridge to Cam Lewis blacksmith shop Doubtless it is a disappointment that wo cannot havo County help on this important improvement but n political gerry mandering of tho town for tho sake of securing loss than 1000 would hard ly make Berea feel proud Some of the citizens in the eastern part of town nro inclined to say to tho secessionists as Horace Greeley said to tho Confederates Erring sisters depart in peace It wouldcertainly relieve the portion of the town that was loft of its heaviest expense in maintaining good roads iu tho region cut off Tho suggestion is made that certain large property owners have desired to bo relieved of the insignifi cant sums collected for town taxes but Tho CITIZEN cannot believe this is true It is certain that tho people cut out of tho corporation in this way would bo liable to bo called upon by tho County to work their roads in n fashion that would ho far from agree able But tho whole thing is only a dream The action taken at tho meeting referred to was not legal and wo do not beliovo there is n man iu the council who will over propose the thing son ousts Wo have a council mantle up of reliable citizens and business men ne strong n town hoard as Berea has over had A majority of them by tho way live In tho secession district Tho mere suggestion ofn divided village should make every resident realize what our blessings are Mistakes have been made and many im provements are still needed but tho people of Berea and time wholo of Beren undertook to have n town government horo years ago They entered into a compact as solemn as that which binds together tho United States They have made progress and been profited by this association nnd they will all say with ono voice liThe union forovor New Postal Rule A now postal rule that recently went into effect is that persons who through carelessness or for other rea son8 tuke nail from tho postofhco that belongs to another and fail to return tho samo are liable to n fine of S500 appliesmail matter Register tAN INDEPENDENTi L JHMM MNHNHNN NHNHNH MNNN l S FOR CASH priceshiveCASH trade You can buy more goods for CASH than on credit m 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 totS now have customers in all parts of the State When you tcant Anything in the monument line Let us know and we will send you designs and prices Headstones 600 up to any amount Marble and Granite Monuments At prices to suit the times Material and work firstclass JOHN HARWOOD Prop 7 0D Berea Ky hUU uu f WORMSFor 20 Years Has Lid all Worm Remedies SOOLa 8ZAZL X Prepared brr JAMES Sold by E I J C MORGAN D ntal SurgeryOffice Hourk s to IS A M I toe P1 National Dank Building Richmond IJr oo DENTAL SURGERY A WILKES SMITH D D S Smith Butlding Main Street Jiicfunond Ky Telephone Kmlilrnce Noe Office Nn 00- G2O0 PATENTS PATENTABILITY f AgeBook DESIGNS TRADEMARKS COPYRIGHTS FREES Chargei moderate No fee till patent It tecnrtd AddreuEDC Build the Pike A subscription for building a pike a broad solid road from the cud of tho Big Hill puce to tho town line toward Wnllacctou was begun Monday night with eight hundred dollars from from Bursa College The Town Board took steps to aid as far as means permit Every property owner along the lino will get his money back in tho increased value of his place if he subscribes liberally Every teamster and liveryman can earn a liberal subscription in six months after tho road is finished Every citizen can afford something for pride in tljo town and everybody who walks the streets can get full satisfaction for his subscrip tion in the comfort that will come to man and beast next winter Students who can contribute a days work can gain such comfort in helping a good cause Let us subscribe liberally in money or work or both If wo should live to bo as old as Methuselah wo shall be glad all tho yours and if wo should die tonight wo shall have one moro reason for enjoying tho heavenly mansions Mottla WHITES I CREAMI A Y I S JVaaXTI STREETTART C I 000 Proprietor UptoDate Photos Nothing But Tha Best Finish at the Lowest Prices 62800 BURTON The Photographer SUIlMKSFine v Views about Jierea a specialty 68110 CF HANSONS LIVERY6SOO You Want GOOD GLASSES IF YOU WANT Tff Jf AT ALL yourereyou oll hl to know It I will not attempt to suit glasses to your eyci until I know what Is needed Eyes examined free A Nice line of JToceltica in JEWELRY T A ROBINSON Jeweler and Optician 6240 LEWIS A DAVIS Medicine and Surgery J Berea Ky Office in Hanson Bid b a0 E B McCOY Dentist Berea Kentucky 62801 A BOON TO DR MANKINDII PILE CURE A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 76 CENTS Borrra 60 CEBITS jUtES F BRWRD Sole Proprietor 310 Mi Mala Stl etrST LOUIS HO F THE CITIZEN A WEEKLY NKWSFAFiSlt 1IEREA KKNUTKY For rnce courses in a new starting machine a pair of ears travel on rails on either Ride of the track support ng n pair of ppringcoutrolled nnns which fly tip to lift the jUnrllng bar ivlinii the rnoe Is under headway the cars being run by n motor to keep pace with tin contestants at the start The German government after an extensive series of observatloiiK has ascertained that the tree most liable to lie struck by lightning is the oil Other growths follow with varying degrees of probability the beech being most exempt from unpleasant visits of the electric fluid The Nvlilte ants of Manila arc fond of wood They bore holes from thu outside enter in thousands mid eat articles of furniture until little is left but mere shells Sometimes they de sour the legs of n chair so that when- n person sits down the chair crumbles under him and ho suddenly nod ungracefully lands on the tloor An English pilgrim just returned to London front Rome gives a strik ing account of the con ti lined strength of the 00 year old pontiff lco XIII though appearing emaciated is full of vigor nod not onlyyiwcnt through the very trying process of blessing the 25000 pilgrims among whom ho was curried on his chair but stood up ninny times in order that lunio might lose the benediction The Baroness IlurdettContts who is perhaps the richest woman in the World has celebrated her SOth birth day When the queen en me to the throne the baroness cause into an in heritance of 10000000 This was in creased afterward from other sources She had always attended to her own financial affairs and In spite of her great gifts to charity she huts certainly lucreasrd her holdings largely Bavaria boasts that It hits the long est lightning conductor in the world It rises some yards abovit the top of the meteorological station on the iCugspltze the lightest point in the Cierman empire tad runs down thu side of the mountain to the bottom of the Holleitlhal where there running water all the year round The length of the rod is live timid a half kilometers nearly hrcc miles and a half- Herbert Ilitnam the head of the Congressional lihrrtryivlio just flailed for Kuropcj will have a busy trip lie is to purchase runny hooks for time llbrarywill attend several con gresses of professional interest to him in widely separated parts of Ku rope ant hopes to be present at the five hundreth anniversary of the birth of Gutenberg to be celebrated in Mainz To this celebration he will go a delegate from the United States A new disease has been added to the list of more than 2000 to which man kind is liable this Is mountain tooth ache The workmen employed III the construction of the railway up the ilungfrau who have to live at an attitude of 10000 fret have been greatly nflllcted with toothache and gum bolls The malady resembles a fever in Its course the crisis occurring at the third day limit the disease does iforumA German scientist has been mnk ing some observations in South Africa on the subject of the Influence of repeated detonations on the ear Ho examined the ears of ninetysix sol diers before and rifer a battle mud found marked changes in no fewer than fortyfour or nearly 50 per cent In seven cases he found small hemor rhages In the ears nail In one case a large bleeding while the liring caused till edge of the ear drum to become red in thirtyseven cases Dy the death of Mr Dieiidonne Denis of St Simon the Jacques Car tier hank of Montreal will receive f33000 the amount of a policy on his life taken out to cover n loss made several years ago In grain speculation Mr Denis with others losing 1200000 at that time The bank it self lost 35000 which is now rccotcr ed after seven years during which time it has paid the premiums The amount writs not included in the state ment of assets submitted ut the last meeting John Glenn of Urbana n died tho other day after having made a record for eccentric wows Hccausc his fa ther bought what ho thought was n better suit for Ids brother than for him he vowed that he would not wear a coat for twenty years Another time he took offense at sonic trifling thing nnd vowed that lie would not cave Ids house for twenty years and for twenty years he Will u voluntary eccentrictiesbeen quite wine In the course of n speech nt time recent general council of the fir form d Episcopal church nt Baltimore Disliop Stevens rather astonished his coworkers by declaring his fondness for tobacco I smoke he said arid r shall continue to smoke dont believe the use of tobacco Is as bad Is it has been described I believe it fsull a piece of will worship God tins never said anywhere that we shall not be ministers of his gospel If wo do use It God provided for every need in nature and 1 thunk GPS for my cigar tBE QUAD Vt clad when We flowers have tdeU Be glad when the trees are bare When the tog llei thick on the llclds and moors And the frost Is In the aIr When nil around Is a desert And the clouds obscure the light When there are no tones for the darkest day No stars tor the longest night Be glad when the world Is lonely And the heart has been bereft When of all the loves of the young spring time- Scarcely a friend Is left De glad In the desolate valley After the sunny hills When the joy of the morning Is far behind And the gloom Its task fulfills Ah yes for the truest gladness Is not In eate or mirth It has Its home In the heart of God Not In the loves of earth Gods love Is the same forever If the skies lire bright or dim And the joy of the morning lasts all day When the heart la glad to Him Marianne Kamlngham In Christian World IIN6 rung story at AftM Lite in The flincS Copyright iSw F Tennyson Nctly CHAlTEK XV11 COSTISCED Another week rolled by The tide of battle hind swept Inland northward and all eyes were on the plucky advance of MacArthurs strong division while fnr out to the south and east the thinned and depleted lines of Anderson held nn insurgent force that forever menaced but dare not attack The Primeval Dudes sorely missing their calmly energetic colonel had drifted into a war of words with theirnenrcbt neighbors on the firing line a far west ern regiment gifted with great com mand of language and small regard for style The latter had crowed mightily ovef their more rigorously disciplined comrades because of the compliments bestowed on them In an official report wherein the Dudes received only honor able mention It was Capt Strieker of the volunteers who had led the dash on the rebel works across the Tripa to the left of Blockhouse 12 It was their Sergt Finney who whacked n major with the butt of his Springfield sad tumbled out of him the batch of re ports and records that gave the num hers and positions of every unit of Pllars division on the southward zone It was their Corporal Norton who got the Mauser through the shoulder just m foremost in the rush he bayoneted the last Tagal nt the Krupp guns in the river redoubt It was his devoted bunky Private Latrobe who volun teered to carry the division com manders dispatch across the open rice field nnd the yawning ditches that sep nrnted the staff from the rest of the charging teenth and who died gloriously in the rush on the rebel works Man after man of the woolly westerners lad been referred to by name while the Dudes hind nothing to show but their wounded colonels modest report that where every officer and man appeared to do his whole duty it would be unjust to make especial mention of Hen a limited few The Dudes were getting hot over the taunts of the Toughs as some one had misnamed their neigh bors and one night when there was more or leu Interchange of pointed rom the flank of the rifle pit nearest the westerners and what it said was re peated In wonderment over the brigade before the Dudes were another day older Well dash your thlcvin gang We made our record for ourselves any how We didnt lave to rely on any dashed deserters from the regulars at you did And that was why Sergt Sterne of the Dudes was tent for by the field officers of both regiments the follow lag morning and bidden to explain which he did In a few words He was ready to answer that the wounded Corporal Norton was the very sane young man he saw in the adjutants office of the tccnth regulars at Camp Merritt and Will then called Morton And that evening the veteran sergeant major of the teenth was hidden to report at the reserve hospital In Er mita close to the Malatc line was con ducted to the bedside of n pnllld young soldier whose ticket bore the name of Norton and was asked to trll whether he had ever seen him before- I pave sir said the veteran sadly and gravely He is a deserter from the tecnth His name on our rolls was Morton And that night Col Arm strong cabled to Primate New York the single word Found Nor was It likely the lad would soon be lost again for sentry with fixed bayonet stood within ten feet of his bed with orders not to let him out of his sight n second Mrs Garrison appeared nt the hOI pital that very evening and heard of the episode und reached Hilly Grays bedside looking harassed even haggard During the pnst three lays she had been accorded admission for Gray was so much improved there was no reason to longer forbid but on each occasion the wounded volunteerollicerand the brace of attendants present hail precluded nil possibility of confidential talk Slue must bide her time Gray would be up In a few days said the doctor and then nothing would do said Mrs Garrison hat he must be moved to their big roomy lovely house on the bay side and be made strong and well again made to give up those letters too thought she for she had wormed It out of a l tnndcr that a packet of tern tiled had beep given 11 the Jylpg sot dlcr to the lieutenant und she well knew what It must be She had even penned him n little note since not n whisper could be safely exchanged nnd Leaded it Olvethlsbaek to me the mo mcntyouhavcreadlt Inlt she remind ed him of ids promise and did he need to be reminded of lucre She knew that packet of Nltas letters had been In trusted to hiurl She assured him she had it straight from the surgeon who attended both Latrobe and him self nail they mist reach the hands of no mime on earth but must come to her Would he not give them at once or tell her where she could limb them He gave back the note but closed his eyes mad turned away In the presence of Armstrong day after tiny and In the recollection of Lnt robes dying face and the last parting touch of his stricken hand Grays eyes were opening to his own deplorable weakness She plainly saw her power was going If not gone He hind wrapped n silk handkerchief about the packet and still kept It with Ills watch anti purse beneath his pillow He would not tell her where It lay She smiled archly for the benefit of the at tendant but her eyes again eagerly claimed n look from his her lips framed tIn word tomorrow Hut neither on tint morrow nor et the next tiny came her IIJlortllnit The gallant fellow who hind lain there for days dumb and patient but n bur- rier to her plans had taken a turn for the worse and she was again denied ad mission Then coot the tidings that the barrier was removed the long tight was over and the heartless woman actually rejoiced Now at last she could talk to Will Gray and when mid night came she knew that now at last she must for Frank Garrison worn nnd weary returning hate from the front briefly announced that Gen Drayton purposed visiting time hospital the following afternoon and long be tore noon long before visiting hours in fact she wits there within flowers ns winsome as her smile and some jelly as dainty as her own fair hands She was there and the Instant time hour sounded was ushered in and Hilly Gray propped on his pillows was writ ing to Ids father and alone Xo time was to be lost Army moment the at tendant might return She threw herself on her knees beside the homely narrow cot seized his hand In hers amid looked him in the face Where are theyWillVshe pleaded Quick must have them now Hut will she realized that time spell units broken that time old fascination huddled its death Then It was useless to hint at love maid In n torrent of impassioned words she lade htm think of all he owed her hOllorjnllllall she claimed he clumsily haltingly yet honestly told her he saw now that It was nil for an object all done in the hope that he might become her Instru meat for the recovery of those com promising letters mid nor the fate haul delivered them Into his hands he wn bound by honor and his promise un heard unspoken perhaps hint all tit same his promise to the dead to give them to Gen Drnytnu Then rising in fury nnd denunciation she played her last trump Trembling from head to foot pale with baffled pur pose and with growing dread she bent over him both hands clinched You mod fool she cried Do on know what I can dowll douuicfli you glee them to me here and now As God hears me Will Gray I will give that other packet to Gen Drayton my self mod swear that Col Canker was right that you were the thief he thought you nnd that got those letters from you Forn menac imp nt i 1tiaioilntoi in nl most ran amazed and Incredulous face nnd then with an awful fear checking the beat of her heart Lund turning her veius to let the grasped nt the flimsy framework that supported the netting over the cot lint stood swaying and Ktnggerlng her eyes fixed in terror on the man In the uniform of n colonel who quietly en tering stood between her and Ihedoor two papers In his lmnlf extended hand II man whose voice long small too well known cut her to the very quick ns she heard In calm and measured tune the wordsMrs Garrison here are two rea sons why you will do nothing of time kind Shall I hand these to Gen Dray tonor to your husband CHAlTEU XVI II The long wilt for the coning of the big transports with the regulars was over For the first time In history Amerlthi was sending leer soldiery pant the pyramids and through the Indian tea landing them mutter 40 lays rind nights of voyaging upon the loinlent shores that hemp Mrnla hay und shov lug them out to time hostile front be fore their sealegs could reach the swing and stride of the marching step tmConcernedlJyetut home as though they had been campaigning in the Philippines tlncc the lade of their enlistment This to be sure in the CUM of more than half Ihclr number would given them scant time In which to look about them since raw recruits were more numerous than seasoned men Hut io matter what may he his lack of drill or prep iraton the average Apglo Saxon never seems to know the time when he doesnt know how to light So with all the posy assurance of a veteran our Yankee Tommies wriggled Into their blanket rolls and trudged iiwuy to the posts issigncd them and once more the army assumed the aggressive There were changes In the composi lion of the furs even before thu move began The dudes mind the toughs part ul company and the former with Stanley Armstrong once more riding silent nt their Lead joined ft roes with stewartt riddled regiment up time mil iviiy Krard Milldo ff1 Jrnst Imd inctcMl in 0nvlrchg tit toImpacq hat Jje wovlc lie hill ur vt as his name Itself In tmch a clinic and cllmnte uud was in dully expectation of nn order home Hilly Gray mrndlug only slowly hUll bell sent to Corregi dor where the bracing breees of the Chum n sea drove their tonic forces through his lungs trod veins and the faintly rising hue of coming henlth bock Into his hollow cheeks The buy had IKCII harder hit than seemed the ease nt first wild the fellows of time ftecntli hint the wise young Mirgeon of the Second reserve nod a grave faced colonel of Infantry could have told of causes little drtumcd of In tim- eregimentwere either given to telling the half of what lie knew That sonwtldng mot unusual hind oc curred in the room of Mr Gray the day that the sadfaced kind old general vie sled the hospital nt least half a dozen patients could have told for an at tendant went running for onto of the women nurses nnd the doctor himself hurried to the scene It was on tile nrm that half an hour later Mrs Gnr n eon slowly descended the stairs her flimsy white veil down nail silently bowed her thanks and mllenx ns the doctor closed the door of her carriage nail nodded to the little coneliinnn It wns the doctor who seagested to Col Frost that Manila nil was not conducive to Ills wifes recovery mind recommend ed Nagasaki ns the place for lien IT cuperntlon until he could join her and take her Maine The l mercldn lime the White sisters over HongKong way within n week mind they left without flourish of trumpet with hardly the flutter of n handkerchief for since the battle of the stir of February neither had been wen upon the Iuncta Their women friend were very few till timed they knew were mainly nt the trout The story got out fomehnw lljut Garri son hall asked to be relieved from fur ther duty an ntddccamp and returned to duty with hU rcitimcut and that Drayton would not have It The gen erals manner toward that hardwork Ing staff officer though often preotru pled ns of old jrrrw even kinder He did not are the ulster oil for Chlnn be was far too titianwas time expla nation but IIP offered Harrison n fort nights leave and urged lute taking It and was obviously troubled when liar risen declined You need rest anil the change of air more than any nine I know said he but inrrlton replied that clmnpc of scene and sir would not help him There were two young fellows In khaki unlftfrms landed from the hoe tnl launch on the Mick trip from Cotreg Idor one warm Mardi day One wore the badge of n subaltern of the feenth regulars the other the rhrvroiik of n corporal and the hatband of a famous Qalck must hive them Bowl fighting regiment of volunteers yet the same carriage bore them swiftly through the sentineled streets of the walled city nnd time guards nt the Ay un tnmiento Sprung to their arms nnd formed ranks at sight of It then dis persed nt the lowtoned order of commander when It wns seen tlmt stead of stopping nt the curb nnd charging an elderly general officer It whirled straight by tend held two youth in field uniform One of ems young Gray of the tecnth he that was hit In the charge on the Pnnny road call the officer of time guard to n comrade lint who till devils the other lie hail corporals chevrons on Some fellow just gut n comm sioii pcrhnpn And that Will the only way the soldier could account for n coriioral riding with a vommln loncd olneer In n generals carriage They lied a long whirl iihriid of them these two and the corporal told Gray ns he ilrcady had the general nail Col Armstrong much of the story of friendship for Int Utrobe of hiliI poor fellows HIiicM at San aid all tho trouble It post his and chum There was n strong pond between them lie explained and the blush of shame lint stole up In tune face of HIP narrator found instant answer In that of Hilly Gray Determined toe service lit the front und not return to punishment In bU regiment never dreaming that In quitting a corps doomed apparently to mod ion at home and joining one going straight to the enemy country lie wits commit ting the grave rime of deiertlon GO Prime had Spoken to wain men In Stewarts regiment nail was bidden to COIIIQ along numb fetch his friend for they vrrr just ns Ignorant asbe Having still consid erable money Gov lad bought civil ion clothes und nil the supplies they needed while about town mid hired a boat that rowed them with certain Items contraband of NUT to the dark side of the transport Itlllllghtrallcnmr and they were easily smuggled aboard nod Into uniform and thru during the fowl lays stay nt Honolulu were for mally rnllted and no embarrassing picilloiis asked And now pour Pat owns gout and Primes father hind peen cabling for him to return home but there wall that nwk ward matter about the desertion Gen Drayton was trying to lace It straightened out nt Washington for he had been Ulndncs Itself the day of his visit o the hospital where nnio t his first net lied liPcn to ell oo lie wounded yuni iMiT who lintl be n bis beloved n ilowo I a crnjrarioD and at one 0 fIf ifi jhc trtSty re lieved of hit surveillance and Corp Norton transferred to Corregldor to re cuperate nm now that both Indi were well on the road to recovery Drayton had sent for them Strictly speaking some one should hue seen to It that Corp Norton of the volunteers was shifted back to Private Morton of the tccnth mid the chevrons stripped front his sleeves but no one hnllellrllt to Interfere where the worsted was con cerned especially ns the toy had won such praise for brat cry nt Coucordln Hrldge Si there the chevrons stood when the two were ushered Into the presence of the grnylmlred chief mid lie muse and stepping forward held out a hand to each- I want boys sold he to be ready to take tilt next transport horse The doctors pay you need n sen voyage Gray so there to true order The doctors say your hither needs you Prime amid the record will hI duly straightened out In 11osliingtonthe charge of de sertion no doubt will be removed Its n matter of Influence Tonight you mimic with me here mil naked your good friend Col Armstrong to come ITo He Contlnufd1 THE FEMININE OBSERVER mite if Mrr llomrapon Ihllniifplijr tonal the 1rrnllnrlllri ten and Women A woman wants to be truly loved and to be told so A womans voice Is the greatest evi dence of breeding or the reverse Many mans resolutions regarding moneysaving git up In smoke A woman who owns palms thinks think they are aa much trouble e a sickly balmy How many persons who tell n deg to speak would survive the shock If It didFollowing In the footsteps of duty lends to mental tranquillity however great the cost- lieitolullons are not carried out ns often as nre the men that make them from JIIIlonnl- lThere Is not such a great evidence of genius ns nn actor when a man plays the fool successfully No mntter how Intelligently a man may be IIP always seems silly to a om- an when he wants to marry her A word of praise for a dinner often more than compensates a woman feral the trouble of Its preparation No matter how sensible a woman may li she la willing to stint henrlf on Gael to pay for anything recommended to make her beautiful- If the photographs In our rooms were to suddenly come to life what a horrible quarter of an hour the hostess would have In her efforts nt masking them agreeable to each hrrIhilideilibia Time Cllr or Crime The Italian city of Artena situated about 40 miles from Home Is known the City of Crime Ever since thclx Ivcnth century every criminal who lUll escaped from prison or dote hU time link emigrated to Artena and today practically every Inhabitant Is n crim hush or the child of criminals Every family takes the law Into Us own hands and it Is reported nut a day passes with out many murders being committed the streets The Italian authorities hoe now come to look upon Artena at hopeless mud remark that It Is far bet ter that criminals should kill criminals than that Innocent persons should be their violinsIt Is said that on ono occasion when S3 murders led been committed In that city In one day the fuel use reported In one of the Italian In the following terms Since hats been issue 23 lmienm deathlnrlrlIsar And no further notice of the murder was taken or expected Cincinnati Enquirer Too Potllr At n recent church dedication this preacher who was a stranger fol towed up his sermon by an earnest appeal for the balance of the money needed to pity for the building Tin collector went round nnd promises mile In AH the subscriptions were one after another rend n collector an nounced The flue Illack children one dollar The courteous preacher quick ly amended tin statement by an nouncing Five little colored pnple one dollar Amidst nn outburst of merriment the pastor hastily ex plained that thr donors were white children of the name of Illack Short Stories llrrlilrill Vnrir Mrs Morrall How our Ideas of lore soul matrimony here rctrogaded dur Ing time last century Mrs Frank In what particular Mrs Morrall Why in the difference between the old mil new regard forth actuating motive for matrimony what for Instance can be worse that the modern custom of marrying for Frank Why er marrying for it and not getting It of course Illch mond Dispatch Cnninl n Mllsihl Fnmllr Jar Maria did you read about that Philadelphia woman who was cured of her mental troubles by fasting 4S days I believe such n treatment would euro tint unhappy temper of yours Pre It would make an angel of me Is that what you would Ilk John IlllltmaChicago1ribunerraie Does Daiibthlck get a sufficiently Biivago expression on his Indian past traits Yes Indeed they look like foot ball players Chicago Itecord Would tart Off Wnler The Physician You hove a coat OB your Ujugue The ColonelI sincerely hope it U q PacklntQthr1ndlsaapQUI JqU1lM No Remedy Equals Peruna So the Women All Say I Mln Susan Wvmar Min Susan Wvmar ttichn In the Itleh tnond school Chicago III rides the fol lowing letter to Dr llartmin regarding IVruna She says Only tines who hero suffered at I have fin know whets lileiting It is to be able to find relief in IVmni This has been experience A friend In need is a friend ltr bottle of Peruna I ever bought proved a rood friend to me Susan Wymar Mrs Marparttha Diiubrn 1214 North Su perior St lily Win writer L so well and Rood and happy now thai xn cannot deO it na U everything to me have taken several bottles of Peruna for female I am in ttooclletllnlaritiri and rmerctmie peculiar to women caused by catarrh Adilrrn Dr Hirtman Columbus 0 for a free book for womrn poly JLITTLE BUT 011 MY Itow a lawslsed lawtyer huprearJ Tlmlil Srrmnt ullb ilia linixirlmire The folowing ttorr it altnUHled to Sea hiragolritataeIkfore in Indeprdrnrc Mo who was the counterpart In appvarancc of the pa lure of Ilrkwwk He was a fuse in hit meaner at a hunt with a brood of dud One day he nearly taroks- in the door of a resident by vigorous Juie of time knocker Time rfitturhanre was answered la was frightened out of hi l tUlk1hft l the door Where jour mastery thundered the laIIeI and before the dark could an Hr tlteIlawer ku IIIMllIOlI rka IIdrkj retied that he was not ill 1I11l not thundered the lawyer again Ill triad now mind yon when he comes you tell hum want toahim wnt to Melumat once ImlrroUHd Till hint J prows Iloreytlorary at law want to see hum at flare at ogee Witk that Mr linn turued and dipneired 1111 flutter When the meager visa h aikr hi servant if anyone had railed The darky was still in hit frmbt and with bit teeth chatterl lie lfuanyheokIngyou 1st brown I hinny de eternal want ttr sn you nht away Unet ItripriM Trnitlllon piesdeSave me shehrkkal- larold the INn touts standing upta the shore throws aside hs coat Are jou sinking far time third time lia sits Oil dear I forgot to count Hor stupid of me ConiUHec cries in much confusion Harold u as braves a lion truly taut he will irarrrly nk violating Ieper lisps the most cherished ronvrnlion of ro mance Stray Stories A penny n the lund letter than a nickel in the otlh rage Daily New Mrs PinkhamThe ono thing that qualities a person to give ad vice on any subject Is mxpmrionoo cxncrfonoo creates knowledge No other person has so wide an oxporlonoo with femalo ills nor such a record of success as Mrs Plnkham has land Over a hundred thousand cases como beforo her each year Somopor sonallyf others by mail And this has boon goring on for 2O yoars day after day andday after day Twenty years of constant success think of the knowledge thus gained Surely women are wise Sn socking advice from a woman with such an experience os i pecially when Itis free If you ara III got a Jottlajof Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound at once than write MrsJPlnkhamf Lynn Palmers LotionCU- RES IPIMPLESRED SPOTSECZEMA CANKERSORE EYELIDS BRUISES BURNS aud all other skin troubles Use Lotion Soap In all cases UK CerMig Cugh Care Price 25 ceata SJ 1a THE SUNDAY SCHOOL Iraion In thr Inltrnnllnnnl Srrlea for July UlofWrrue Walk- Ing uii the ten Irrpareil by It C txnlngton Till IKHHON TINT Mnttliow HK33 n And MrnlRhtwny Jut contrnlnrd tits tllnclplca to get Into n slip mod In before Him unto the other rode wlillo He vent the itiultlHiilr iivny 83 And when He hind unit miillllinlr Hwny Ho wrnt tip Into n inoTintaln apart to pray nml when the cvrnlntf waa curve Ito wan tlitToutone Hut the Kliln win now In the mldiit of thin sea breed with for the wind was contrary K And In the fourth watch of the night Jtnuft went unto them walking on theca Ifi A lid when tlipill clilm rnw Him walk Inlt on the sea they were troubled imylriK It Inn plrll and tliey cried out for fear 71 lint KtrnlKhtwiiy Jeru npnko unto them miyliu He of good cheer It In I be not afraid IS And Peter nnnwered 111m and sold Ixinl If It be Thou bid mo come unto Theo on the water And He wild Come Andwlirn Peter was come down out of the ihlp ho wnlkrd on the water to go to Jeans 34 lint when he saw the wind botnterou ht wen afraid and beginning to sink he cried saying Lord save me 31 And Immediately Jriua iitretched forth III hand and naught him and said unto him O thou of little fulth wherefore illdit thou doubt n And when they were come Into the ship lie wind ceased l Then they that were In the ihlp came aril worfhlpetl Him saying Uf a truth Thou art the Honor nol Hi11TEXTOf n Irntb Thou art the Nun of iol Mntl I lillN- OTKH ANt COXMKNT8 Thin lesson follow In vliroiiologlenl onlrr their of Inxt quarter the limit occurring during the Vfiilnjr and tight following the feeding of the SOOO In April A nI After thin fjriHt mlrnilr which was tlic Browning net of n busy day of Ivnehlng and hrHllngr JI spent n iilRlit In jirnyrr Ite piTkiinded Ilia ilUflplrK to Irnvc lllin to llfliiilkH thn multitude and to cn M to the other nld of the lake nt Mime point where He would mrot thrill later Then He tent up Into k the mountain apart to pro Thim He spent the latter mrt of the other IHMII and darkness coming on closed nhmit Him ktlll alone with Cod This suggests one of the two profitable line of kliiity itfiir l up hJ the leu Mill JrauM upoiit n very busy life among men but not the opportunities lit HMde for solitude n Micritl loiirll nrss when even ills nenrcM dUclplex were not pcrinlttra to In hy Him le4tlntlon and prayer are children of Milltiulc Note nil thin rmrtiotllnrlv In tilt recorded life of the SuUonr hut also In nil the great characters of the lllblo The other lint of study that tnlglit be tnhett up pertnliik to the miracles of Jesus There hate been ninny our imrtnttillen for thin before In our 1IutIor the life of letui cool It wan towliml iiNin hrielly In the htudy of Iebws feedliiR the 5000 lint It even more miRKfMlvo and pertinent In 1011 nectlon with swell n intnicle as that of the present lesson khnwlng nil It doed IriMm mver over nAture Three Incldeutx ort miffrrtlrp of cxperleneen that come to every life I The tONing of floe wares raised by a contrary wind 8 the fright of the lUclpIfN at sight of their Help cr and 3 Peters experience rccult lug front his waverltiB faith The first Mippeuls tie contrary wind which arise In the sea of life KtnrttiH come tip wry KiidOeiily on ktnnll Inland budlcn of water The 111 JIll sailed during n bright after noon njmn a pnlm sea They hlllllol ten no more than half way aerocn when their frail lulling bont wax nt the mercy of tcmprMiiou waves The analogy suggests Itself We Know not the hour or the clrcumntance which will turn our fair day Into a cloudy MormMvept one Happy In he who knows to whom to turn for help at buch n time And In the fourth watch of the night between three andslx oclock In the morning Jesus went unto them walking on the sea And when the disciples saw Him walking on lire sen they were troubled This ex perience of the eii lea Inn hardly be called uniiie far It often happen In life that we mlMake at llrnt our best friend for nn enemy WI nre nf frltfhlednt the nppenranee of our helper 1rovldenc mores In a inynterloiiK way nnd the help we may he even expecting comes In n manner no totally unexpected that we inlxtnkc It for n new evil The dliclplen took their Mauler for n plmntom more to be feared than the storm which threatened them Thirdly Peters experience In often duplicated In our own liven When 1eler recognized Jesus he boldly stepped from the boat upon the water In Imitation of hole Mauler limit once upon the wilier the holxlerouftncKS of the wnvcs affected his mound more than thou presence of Jesus Doubt began to lilt his heart With vc boldly venture upon n good work full of n great faith and purpose but stud denly xve become intone of the dan KITH that threaten anti of the dlfllcul ties of the way Taint heart never won fair lady and faltering fnlth never performed any grent miracles The voice of Jesus comes 0 thou of little faith wherefore didst thou doubt figs and TliUtlen Power with man proceeds from pow er with Hod The saddest truth Is less severe than the merriest lie The sun Is Jilways shining to the man who wnlk by fnilh- Christs rule Is everywhere but Ills throne is In the heart The Blithe Is the mirror of conscience held up to mnnn heart The hutnim heart Is like n grapho phone cylinder and the sweetest rec ord are often cut by the ftyhm of puln JInma Horn The Typewriter taLTrntlne- 4Statlsticinuhar proved thtthe Invention Ions given employment 600000 people hut he to slate how many cues of weak it iinicli and dyspepsia it has indured All peoplcofredentiry occupation need Hosteller Stomach Hitter ll helps nature to hear the train whirl cnucs liiiiu ennlinemeut and il is n wonilerful niedieinr No one ruilicK llial noon keenly than the man nr voinan who has linen cured of tour echo trouble by iUiue n The Parsons Itrvrne It had been the Im tom of an Atchison man sit his life lo lime his rlldlPr at church and when the preacher hail toiled minutes the Atchi on man il long enough und not up and walked out lie died recently and the took nil o fart that the knocker of his fMinnin couldnt get away and preached a runeinl sermon hosting an hour 13 min ulei Alcliiton Globe SnprrneCaurtSualnlns the FoiitIInir Trail eMnrU- Junlice Ijiiiftlilin in Supreme Court fiiif Palo has ordered n permaiietit injunction with cost and n full aecountinc issue sgainot Paul II lIuloolI lloe manutar lurer the foot powder called Dr Clarks Foot Powder and also against a retail dealer of Ilrnoklyn restraining thrrn from mak wiling the Dr larks root Powder inror is dtelared in the clrtlion of Ihe Court an imitation and infringement of FootKaie the powder lo shake into your shoes for eet now so largely advertiwd dold all over the country Allen S Y is the owner of the trademark1oot 1ase end he it the first individual who ever adtertised- a foot owlrr extensively over the conn Irv lie wll1ltn1 n knmtilr Free to anyone who writes him for it he decision in thus rase uphold hit trnilemark and renders all iwtlierf who fraudulently attempt to profit by the extensive Foot Fase ail the market a tqm lcIUallOntlabledtOlltJC 8imilar suite will be acainut others who are now infringing on the 1oot lase trademark and contulon Jaw rights An llliKlrnllnii An lri nan was telling UK that Irish men ate creaMirc of unpuUe An Irish wiuld kolIi in m in sine saidtend hr nftlirr Ianolnl horn a dtirinkt- ime next land n Iirk M 1- pABSOLUTE SECURITY Genuine Carters Little Liver Pills Must Boar Slgnnturo of- Sea PacSlmllc Wrapper lltlow aU aa ewy IT I to take as angor CARTERS IllVtE PILLS II i erte FOR HEADACHE FOB DIZZINESS fOR IIUOUSNESS FOR TORPID LIVER FOR CONSTIPATION FOR SALLOW SKIN fOR THE COMPLEXION IPanlTCURE SICK HEADACHE to desist your un under The Itt Prrlcrlptlon fr Clillla and Fever U n botllo of Onovrs TAKTFLKM Cnill Toxic Itlx almplylronnnilqninlnrln ataatolcas form No euro no pay IAHark Hrcrcl- Forcipncr How are your senators elected American None of them will mil tuck To Cur n Cold In rune flay Tako Inxrtlvo Itrnnm Quinine Tablets All druggists rotund monoy If il limits to euro 23c perfeetlyhappynever to eatIndianap olii Journal I do not believe liot Cure for Coniump lion has an equal for roujhs anti colds John K Dover Trinity tjjiriiigs lad fob 15 1000 In of matrimony every man should take the hand of a woman Chicago Daily News listed bresthlhiiaddplitaRecord with n flohcrt Flonrnny Tlnckyanl An wrote I consider no remedy equal to lr MofTftt Ttthina IVething Iou ders for the im tatinnn of trelhiiiR and the bowel troubles of our Southern country IWhcn some people lose their positions nrollnrl for sympathy instead of new job Atchiinn dyctleylcuramco Men dont always have to climb to fame instanceChicagoDemocrat hails Culnrrli Cure Ii taken Internally Price 75c whohimIndianapolis News All the Kentucky belles chew Kiime Gum They like it humankindneuChicao WALTHAM Over years ago the American Waltham Watch stated that 350000 Valtham Watches are speaking for in the pockets of the people Today EIGHT Waltham Watches are in use the Vaflfam Watches are for sale by all retail jewelers If you will buy three Virginia Cheroots and smoke them today will get j waa smoke and get it three times over J = You havent any how good they are and cannot have until you try them Try three today instead of a sc cigar = I Three hundred million Old Virginia smoked this year Ask your own dealer Price 3 for 5 cents 3 G IU S1I B trwaaaaw Bears The Signature Of JUDGE to imitator Laxative You have made imitations of You have tried to pass them as the genuine You have traded on a business reputa tion which has cost years of labor and of dollars to The United States to every man the undis turbed of the fruits of his toil and it will protect the public from fraud You are therefore ordered and from lawful practices the extremest penalties of the law WATCHES twentyfive Company themselves MILLION throughout civilizedworld Old you idea Cheroots 3 For Infuuts and ChildrenIn TJdhIY Years Use For o The Kind You Have Always Bought MUNMTTRCCTNtW TOee n 6r1 r A news Ink that IS CHEAP is manufactured by The Queen City Ink Co Cincinnati Ohio Who have hind 10 years experience In making NEWS INK TO MEET THE REQUIREMENTS Such as the Spud of the Prmthe Texture of the Paperthe Teroptrafure of the Press Room etc It goes FARTHER ADDS to the look of a paper and IS CIIEAP or at least ECONOMI CAL which is TilE TEST for the word Thli It frintti THAT M NEWS DR Irritation Aids Regulates the Bowels E E the Child Mikes Teething Easy Relieves the Bowel Children of Costs only 23 cents at DruggistsTroubANY AGE No black powder shells on the market compare with the NOW RIVAL In ual formity and tinny booting qualities Sure flrpcd waterproof Get the genuine REPEATING ARMS New Haten Conn CHICAGOTO OMAHA Service NcwllnerlaRockford Waterloo Fort DcxlccaDcl Coon cil lllufis Ilunct ears Hceplne cars free reclining chair auIcarv to iinderslrned era EnRoutalllllSlrat1In IIKADKI13 OK THIS rArER 11 1U1SO TO nUY ANYTHING AnVKUTISKI IN ITS COLUMNS INOI1NO ALL SUUSTITUTKS OH IMITATIONS of BromoQidnine Laxative off thousands upbuild guarantees enjoyment commanded Printing CHEAP INK Makes a LOOK PaperI T IOFFETTSXllaJSStrengthens Digestion OrmallcfDlltoCJMOFFETTMDSTLOUISMOWNCHESTER WINCHESTER DoubleDaily llbraryfmoklnc nLabor SnrliiB llraarri Dissolve in hot water contents of a pack age of llurnhams hasty Jellycon set away in a cool place until and you will have the most brilliant pleating jelly The flavors are lemon orange strawberry raspberry wild cherry and pUlhor if a delicious wine or coffee jelly is desired get calfifoot Tellycon Your grocer sells U rrrUUnlit VOUHATKUlntALICKV fKUrlT UTallIII04IIau f1 or TWO Feuu S 9 III lUsnT t3oltmro eusle mrakumeil ralacv u aliMkjMrpnTi rlUfUiireilM k CART CoLttr ClJCMJiTI 0 5 CURE FOR Ha lieu DougSrruR droatitaiCONSUMPTION In time fold br =A N KR 1818 W1IKV WKITIXO TO ADVERTISERS please tale that you saw the Advertise rent la this paper n LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE Must not be Imitated BromoQuinine 123I i Irf011I laxative DromoQuinino is a Valid TraifeSWark and must not be imitated The Paris Medicine Co St Louis Ho recently won a suit in the U S Circuit Court for the district of Indiana establishing the validity of Laxative Bromo Quinine as a trademark and perpetually enjoining thedefendant Newton C Davis of Frankfort Indiana from using those or any similar words to describe a medicinal preparation of his manufacture On account of the popularity of Laxative Bromo Quinine it still has a few imitations put up under similar names which are calculated to deceive the public and in order to get the genuine be sure this signature D hw is on every box The Paris Medicine Co will bring suit at once against all other infringers Laxative BromoQuinir n a prescription compounded exclusively for colds t and H se dom fails tp cure a cold ia one day All druggist in the United States nd Canada self it Ho Cure No Pay Price 25c 1i 1 0 Race Education COMMfXICATIOX FROM flan FEE Race education as maintained in this country is radically wrong and of evil tendency It is the invidious separation otI members of the same family God hath mado of one blood all nations of men and citizens of the sano com monwealth into classes consigning a part to different and generally in ferior places because of the mere incident of color complexion 2 This separation is unnatural Animals of tho sauna species as tho white and black horse graze together in harmony and so white and color ed children until some one with casto notions whispers into tho car of tho white child This is wrong White people wont think well of you 8 This invidious separation and consignment is unjust Every law abiding young man or woman has a right to such places as will be con ducive to their best intellectual and moral wollbeingI1 This treatment is cruel It isa not mere neglect contempt but it is tho infliction of positive cruelty For one to lacerate the flesh ofnu unoffend ing person would bo cruel but to lacerate the feelings the heart of an unoffending person seeking an honorable position in society or in the kingdom of Christ would bo for more cruel It would also be offending Christ in the person of his little ones What ye do to one of tho these my of brethren ye do unto 5 This teatment moIing member of barbarous It is such as heathen nations from mere prejudice often inflict upon offending persons In of our country it is the infliction upon unoffending persons time invidious treatment of defunct slavery Slavery sent the coloredman or woman to the kitchen So now the caste engender ed by slavery sends the unoffending man or woman to the kitchen tho in ferior place in school or church because ho or she may chance to wear the same complexion the slave wore 7 This is coarse and barbarous yet this treatment is dealt out by professed Christians to the fellowdisciples of Christ even though tho latter bo pre paring for tho gospel ministry This treatment is essentially unpatriotic Whatever detracts from tho good will and harmony of citizens imperils the safety of the common wealth In this country this proscription is contrary to the genius of re publican institutions which demand that each man shall have an equal opportunity for life liberty and the pursuit of happiness 7 This treatment is essentially uuphilauthropic True philanthropy demands the equal opportunity for good to each member of tho whole body Says the apostle When one member suffers the whole body suf fers with it 8 This treatment is essentially and manifestly unchristian The fundamental principle of tho Christian religion is love Love thy neighbor as thyself and as a manifestation ofI tho actual existence of this love our Lord demands that we Do unto menI as ye would they do unto you There is then no true exhibition of the true Christian religion short of this This violation of all that is fundamental in the religion of Christ and in all correct civil government cannot but be perilous in consequences if continued Race prejudices when once brought into conflict will be perilous to society anti the peril will be in proportion to the intelligence of the enraged parties Are we now slumbering over a heaving volcano The place in which to correct the wrong is in the schoolroom There sentiments and habits are formed which govern in future life Coeducation in the school room con duces to harmony in after social life This work coeducation can bo done even in the South Berea College- is a beautiful illustration of tho har mony and efficiency of coeducation- as fur as it goes Tho multiplicity of such schools in time South would contribute largely to the solution of tho southern problem Who will help in a similar enterprise in Camp Nil son Jessamine County Kentucky Jons G FEE Bereu Kentucky Juno 18 1900 Aside from the serious inconven ience and pain caused by piles there is a tendency to fistula and to cancer in tho rectal regions Piles should not bo allowed to run on unchecked Tnblers Buckeye Pile Ointment is an infallible remedy Price 50 cts a bottle tubes 75 cts S E Welch Jr I Tho heart has eyes that tho knows nothing of r The Counties Estill County Locust Branch Farmers are getting along well with crops in this vicinity William Chrismau and Miss Miuva Bickncll were married last Saturday Bro Long is holding a series of meetings at Beaver Pond Ho is hnv very good attendance Clay County OGle Wm Menus went to Flat Lick last Tuesday M II Frederick expects to teach at MudlickE Walker is buying sheep iu this locality Wni Sibert of Horse Creek was hero Monday looking for a school- Ed Frederick and daughter Ella made a trip to Goose Creek last week Elirus Smith an old citizen died at home on Gosso Creek a few days Attorney Faulkner of Barbours yule passed through hero Monday ou his way to Manchester For relief and comfort in Asthma Cousseus Honey of Tar has no equal Price 25 and 50 cts S E Welch Jr Owsley County Uooneville There is a fine prospect for all kinds crops in this section 11 L Blackman a lawyer from Barboursville is visiting this place on legal business The last rains have so raised the South Fork river that quite a number boys have started with their timber to market- A number of young folks of this place got up a surprise party mid of went to visit Mrs Herndon and film ily of Dry Ridge The June examination for Owsloy county has just closed with 26 applicants 5 received first 10 second and third class certificates and 1 fail uresrHardly a day passes in families where there are children in which Ballards Snow Linament is not need ed It quickly cures Cuts Wounds Bruises Burns and Scalds Price 25 and 50 cts S E Welch JrtGubbnrd Corn crops lire looking fine Born to the wife of Wm Huff n girl J L Gabbard was at Boouoville Friday The CITIZEN is always a welcome visitorJohn Cole of South Fork was hero ThursdayC was hero last Saturday on businessW went to Boonoville last Saturday and Sunday- M J Reynolds of Cow Creek was here Saturday on business Wheat is fairly good in this section and is ready for harvesting A C Gabbard of Booneville was here Thursday robbing bees Mrs Julio Gabbard visited relatives on Cow Creek week before last Mercdeth Gabbard attended the cx amination Friday and Saturday Rov Louis Cawdill of Meadow Creek was hero one day last week Elmer E Gabbard visited 0 B Moro of Eversole Sunday before last Albert Gabbard and wife visited at Beattyvillo last Saturday and Sun day Miss Maggie Mayors and Mrs Mat tie Seale of Boonoville visited Mrs Rose Gabbard of this place last week Light air and sunlight are impor tant factors in lteel the family anti the house iu lealthycoudltion Nothing could bo worse habit some of keeping the house isdarkness from morning until night The house should bo flooded with nud air for several hours each dayJuly Ladies Horne Jo- urnalKoclol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat Itartlflclally digests the food and a1 Nature In strengthening and recon Btructinp the exhausted digestive o It Is the latest digest ant and tonic No other preparation can approach It in efficiency It scantly relieves and permanently cures Dyspepsia Indigestion HeadacbcGastraIlaCrampsandIn Prepared by E C DeWltt ACe Cijicaso rSIHluA tanner Between the tiN Mid the Inmpllgliti glare Ids fate Will riuldy and full and fair HI three small boys In the chlmnuy nook Council the Hues of n picture book lids wife the pride of hla homo and heart flaked the bltcult and madp tho tart Lold the table and ttectnxl the tea Deftly sweetly tllenlly rind mid weary and weak and IMut She bore her trlali without complaint Like many another houxvliold Mint Content nit tclflth bibs stove In the patient ministry of lore At last between the clouds of emote That wreathed his llpi the husband spoke There taxes to rale an Imrcst to ray And ef there should rome a rainy day Twould be mighty handy Im boon to say T have umpthln put by For folks must die An theres funetal bills and jcravertniii to buy KnoiiRh to swamp a mat party nigh Besides there Edward and Dick and Joe To be provided for when they go Sol I was you Ill tell you wwt Id du Id bo snvln of wools even I could Extra Hie dout do any Rood Id be satin of an wivln of lie And run up some candles once In a while Itl lie rather sptirln of take an tea For mgar N high And all to buy And water Is good enough for me Id be kind o earful about my etudes And look out sharp how the money goes Bxtry trlmmln S the bane of women Id sell off the best of the grew aril honey And eggs Is as good nigh about a tho money And MIO the tarlet you wanted new I guesswe can make the old one du And as for the washer an ewln mashing Them uaoolhtiHiKueil agent pesky menu Youd better get rid ulm slick and tietin What do they know about womans work Du they ealkllate woman was born to shirk Dick and Edward and tittle Joo Sat In a corner In a row They sew the patient mother on ceaseless errands to end fro They iww that her form was tent and thin tier temples gray and her cheeks sunk In They saw the quiver of lip and chin And then with a warmth lieconM not smother Outspoke the youngest fruited brother You talk of MTin wool snot n tea and sugar all the wbtle nut you never talk of satin mother Rural Wealth and Welfare Dr Gco T Fairchild This volume is ono of tho Rural Science Series edited by Prof Bailey Cornell University and its intention is to present iu simple readable fashion tho teachings of political economy moro especially as tbnp ply to rural life It differs from other elementary treatises on tho subject only in that the needs of the class of ers for whom it is intended are kept closely in view and tho condi tions of modern industry receive less attention than they would do in n book intended for more general use IU very excellence in this respect do somewhat from its value on side of tho Atlaniic since the point of view is that of tho American farmer Titus for example the ques tion of time economic significance of rout receives less attention than it would in a volume intended for En glish farmers In spite of this how over the book is ono which could be them with much profit since it could not but help to give them a truer understanding of the economic laws which govern prices labor and credit Time Bourbon county blue grass seed harvest will amount to 150000 bushels It is said to bo of a superior quality Most of the crop will bo ex ported to and South America Richmond Register If the predisposition to worms in chil is not they may become emaciatedweakl and in dang er of convulsions 11 hUes Cream Vormifugo is tho most successful and popular remedy Price 25 cts S E Welch Jr IACIIANCK toff- EEuvuouY SPECIAL DEPARTMENTS THE HOME Kdltod by MRS RAn U IVTKAM Timelier In Ilereo College Fanner Browns Conclusion Well the first thing I hwtrd about em Was through some boarder we had Thai talked about microbes suit such thlnglI Till I own I was faith seared Were llrcdon the farm for thirtyodd year And been tntdlln healthy too Were rIM eight good smart II1IIWhlchs as well as mOil folks do but last summer we took some IWtlle ftAnd they made my blood run coM For ghoMs and goblins wnmt nowhereIComiMired to the yams they About microbes that swim Iu water dud lly on wings through the air That have feet to walk about with And can stick to your skin and hlrIThey looked over the well ctub To see If the bucket was tltIIlIIAnd analysed the i vrtaters To dud the 1adt grew That put on the tops In early spring Afure the titers win growed Though how they thought It eoaM gel WikleI Was mure than erer kiHw d They peeked In the sulUr and alretl the barn Though I allurn took pains to kwp dean And sprinkled rleowln powders aro nd That smelt wiisti any old Ateeo They umitrd em faithful all summer Till I kind of pitted the things And thought In myralf the Almighty was wise When on tome of the kinds In put wings Well after theyd goer away In the Ml lankly she nays Hlle Tbm toil thliw we ran Ito CiIIIs to lit the whole thing be So we come to this KHwtaslon- No matter what microbes might Mug little bit of leamlnKIb a mighty dangerous Intuit I Depend upon it tho only luck is merit and that no young mnu will make his way unless ho possesses knowledge and exerts all his powers in time accomplishment of his objectsI SAMUEL SMILES There lire times when tho arrow quivers within usin which all space seems too confined Liko tho wound ed hart we could fly on forever theI soul struggles to lieu essayand take the wings of tho 1110ruiugILOUD LVTTON The fate of tho countrysaid Tho ran u does not depend on what kind of paper you drop into tho ballot box once a year but on what kind of man you drop front your chamber into the street oery1110rning Whou a man is faithful and true in small thiiis depend upon it that ho will bo faithful and truo in great things Great principles depend up on small detail SAMUEL SMILES I slept and dreamed that lifo was 1Btmutyl- I woke and found that life was Duty Wai thy dream then a shadowy lion Toil on sad heart courageously And thow shalt find thy dream to ho A noonday light and truth to thee EbLUN Iloorcn Our lives are open books Each day we aro writing n pago of lifes history anti each tiny some out is reading unknown to us its records of good or evil Whon death comes tho volume is sealed up unit put on tho shelf of forgetfulness A sallow l skin is n symp springstroutblood which destroy energy cheer fulness strength vigor happiness and life Herbino will restore time natural functions of time liver Price jeta S E Welch Jr THE FARM willed by 8 C rrofruor ol Horti culture Herm College A Farm tiardun A family garden should contain early and Into varieties of tho following vegetables Radishes lettuce penis heats sweet corn cabbage cu cumbors nod in sonic cases tomatoes Ono variety at least of these vege tables Beets squashes sweet potatoes red told yellow poppers parsnip turnip anti onions If tho soil of the garden is henry cold clay it is per Maps best to use medium instead of early varieties of tomatoes beans and sweet corn Very early sweet corn has not proved satisfactory with us the ears being small nod always wormeaten Stowells Evergreen is n splendid sort for both medium and early by planting at intervals of a week or ton days- Roundpodded green Valentino bush beans havo proven veryantis factory Tho wnx varieties nro excell out in quality anil honvy producers but they tire rather tender anti wen tho rustproof sorts havo not promt so in wet cold springs When plant ing bonus early select tho hardy sorts and cover lightlullio cover early poas shallow Champion of England a good medium and into trim Market Gout of tho bush sort is very good for early use- Cutshort polo bonus can hardly ho excelled for lato sump buans although u dry Hummer is likely to out time crop short Kentucky Wonder is highly recommended uu earlier pole bean Wo prefer tho Frunch Breakfast for early radishes Chartiers for lute and a globo shaped red beet Wo have hind ninny excellent varieties of lettuce The secret of having crisp lettuce late in tho season is to prtinl 1ahado it keep it wull wlhn and trim otf tho bitter stalk up high A small burl of lettuce trill furnish an almost continuous supply the soasoti through if it is only pulled up whcrt it is necessary to thin it and nil tho rest emit olT close to tho roots It will grow miRuilit very nipklly Red Wonthenifield onion sari will prtxltice uico sizable onions by multi summoner if half attention is paid them Vinoless sweet potatoes have suited us bettor than the riniug sort and aro n nicer shape Time nro very much sweeter KMMV CLtunwvTErts Facts lor Iariucrs Keep tho stock oil tho mondow sill for for cash whenever possible Many people imppvurish thetntel yea buying It is questionable economy to work tho soil it is wet nnJIIWouldllt n permanent bluegrass riverbottomflow Shade trees about tho house are desirable and elm and hard mnplo are among tho best varieties for the purpose One advantage with clover is that It can bo grown with n crop of small grain without special preparation of sol at a small cost Midland Farmer j IASSTHE COLLEGE GREEN OEREA COLLEGE HAS 15 BUILDINGS BEREA COLLEGE lOtI IlUIIOver 20 teachers TOO students from liO states Host Library iu Kentucky o Saloons DEPARTMENTS For those NOT sulHciently advanced to get n teachers certificate L Trade Schools Carpentry Housework Printingtwo years II Model Schools preparing for Normal andltho courses For those siiilluieutly advanced to jot a teachers certificate III Farming and Agriculture stockraising forestry oletwo years IV Domestic Science Sowing Cooking otetwo years V Normal Course for toachors threo years with practice teaching itsVI Academy Course fouryears fitting for College for business and for life For those more advanced VII Courses Philosophical and Literary- r Departments VIII MusioHood Orwuj Choral free Vocal Piano Theory Adjunct IX Boron HospitalTwo jcaW ocurao in tho caro of tho sick Berea places the best education in reach of all RID not a moneymaking institution Its instruction is a free gUt It to help thoso who value education ni tl rlU kelp themselves charges u small incidental two to moot of time apart from instruction Stldcnts must also pay for their Expenses for term expenses 12 weeks bo brought within 521 about half of which inuot be tumid iu advancemay and good people ofMethodists Presbyterians Tho school is endorsed Baptists Cougregationalists Disciples all denominations Par information or friendly advice address the Vice President GEO T FAI1CC1I1LD Lii D Barest Madison Co ICy THE SCHOOL Edited by MB KLIIA Yoctisi Dean of tho Normal Department IWren College The Free Schools All through this region tho free sellouts will open next month Thohu free schools are onp of tho host and greatest of our American institutions They lire tho splendid gifts which Uncle Sam offers to every child Nothing can leakier the children from getting something at least of an education unless It bo tho negli gonco of their own parents Let over father cud mother find out ox actly when the school will open anil ho certain that every child of school ago ion hand tho first day provided with books anti kept iu school until tho term end Our schools are very short Iu all tho eastern cud northwestern states tho public schools are in session eight or flume month of time year Kentuc ky limns only five months Let us make tho most of that brief time School Trustees About this timo tho people mire electing somo of tho utmost imx rtnnt officers that wo are over called upon to select tho school trustees Tho school trustees have tho duty of spending tho money which tho State gives in such a way as will moot benefit tho children and young people of tho district This mousy is entrusted to them for this purinose That is Sswhattruhteymimns man who is trusted Now trustcss like other public of fleets need n great deal of wisdom and aro subjected to strong tempta tions It is hard work often to select n rellll teacher unit tho 4tatioagive till school to sonic friend or tine lativo because they wish that friend or relative to havo the tiionny al though they may not Ixi as woll quail tied to toaih its sonic ono else If trustees do miuh timings ns this or If thoy soil tho mihool for n bribt thoy betrayn greet trust tad if time trustees do such things tho jKoplo who elect thorn are also to blnino iu not solootiug mon who nro worthy of tho trust committed to them Often trustees nro nbusod and uliuuleroml and found Inuit with because thoy do tholr duty People who do not got tho school for theme solvoa or for sane of their relatives will complain but it is tho duty of tho trustees to act for tilt hOlt in treats of tho children of tho district All honor to the mOll who tutu faith ful In this imjiortant office IloUinir u Teacher Tho hardest thing that school trus tees hart to do in to select n tcnchur In these days thoro nro n good maiiy applicants for ovary school and the trustees have n chance to pick the lest ono Wo will monition n few points about tho lest teacher 1 Tho best tcnchor should bayoung man or young woman who loves tho work of teaching and Is not simply getting a school for tho money thoro is in it 2 Tho best tcachor Is a young man or young woman who has attended n normal school whore good teaching is eeou and whoro irmtrtic tiou is given in tho art of teaching Teaching is n trade which must bo learned as much as tho buslntis of u doctor Wo cannot afford to have ux perimunts In teaching or Iu doctoring mado flu our children by untrained people 8 It Is generally boat that time lonelier should bw solute one from out side tho district Thou thoro will bo loss suspicion of favoritism hut moro than this a toucher from ouUrfdo tho district is likely to have more iuflu oueo and authority aid Imsidos such n tuuuhor if lit has attended somo largo school will bo Mimic to bring in to tho district many now itloos and this is something very importiint in a country district 4 The host teacher is n young nisi or young woman whoso influence will ho felt outside tho schoolroom ono who will be likely to organize n Sundayschool timid who will have a Christian example which tho young peoplo will bo safe in following Wo know of many cases in whiclrn good teacher Las in u single term saved dozens of boys and girls trot going to tho had and set them on tho high way towards useful happy and sue ccseulliefl If your sight is blurred with specks mud spots floating before your eyes or you havo pains oil tho right sido wider tho ribs thou your liver is do ranged amid you need n few doses of Herbiuo to regulate it Price HO ate S E Welch Jr Clothing Illn give n fellow an air of refinement but its all put ons