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Ms s N NINNNINNNNN1 11N111N 60c a Year Devoted to the Interests of the Home School and Farm 60 c a Year I IYOLoII BI3KEA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JULY 11 1900 NO4 THE CITIZEN- C REXFORD RAYMOND Editor Published at tho ofllco o- fTil 12 GrriZISN llorua Ky- Knltrtil at tin IottoflM at lima Ay el uconil tfriM mallmatter IDEAS By the way cull promptly and re new your mibscriptiou Neither political party In as bad as iU enemies represent it or us good as orators claim Big harvests and wo nhnll have thorn this year aro of little account unions they are well used Dont fail to rend the special do pnrtmoiila on tho fourth page this week Each one is worth tho price of tho paper for n year The homespun bedcovers and homespun cloth brought to Berea continue to soil for high prices Mend your loom and earn some monoy The biggest thing Undo Sam will over do for you is to help educate your children Tho froo schools are oH niug this month Will your boy and girl Ira on hand t Full account of Democratic Con vention on pogo 8 Pros Frost will preach again Sun day morning August 12 nt n Union meeting in tho Baptist Church Repeal tine Goeltcl Election Lute Foreign News Japan will have opportunity to see what her soldiers can do Most of the powers will expect to stand good for tho expense- A cable dispatch was received on Saturday at Now York from China announcing the safety of a number of rolssionarias there It is said that emperor William has offered a reward of 1000 marks for the rescue alive of any foreigner of whatever nationality from Peking Tho department of agriculture through tho appropriations of con gress will have 81000 more monoy in the next fiscal year for tho benefit farmersThe at Shanghai announce that tho Peking Ministers woro safe on July 1th but from Tiou Tsicn comes the cows that tho allies a hard pressed There nro 10000 0 them The Chinese force at Tie THII is estimated nt about 100000 Tho troubles in other provinces are increasingNational News There have BO far been found 116 bodies from tho Hobokeu wreck since tho disastrous fire Tlio schooner yacht Idler wan sunk in n terrific storm 1C miles out from Cleveland 0six lives wero lost Mips Helen Gould unveiled tho Dewey cannon nt Throo Oaks Mich on Juno 28lh There were 10000 persons present Somo of tho Now York Chinamen have heel mistreated by the people of that city on account of the recent trouble in China Eleven American soldiers woro killed and sixteen wounded in last weeks fighting in Luzon Tho Fill pino loss was 1GO killed The new city charter of Havana will go into effect some time this coming week Charters for other cities are to bo given nu rapidly as thoy can ho mado out Tho following candidates halo been nominated for office by tho different political parties Republican for president Win McKinley vicopres Thoo Roosevelt Democratic presi dent W J Bryan vivo pres Adlai Stevenson Populist president Wm J Bryan vico pros Chas A Towno Prohibition president John G Woo lay vicopres Henry B Motcalf Peoples Party president Whnrton Darker vicepros Ignatius Donnelly Kentucky News Tho State Colored Teachers As sociation hold a successful meeting last week at Frankfort Next year it will meet at Boron NNNN1111NNN1NTHE CITIZEN Tho Pqutagraph says that Prof J II Hathaway has been elected presi dent of the colored State Normal school At the Chautauqtm Assembly in Lexington July 14th is sot opart as Womans Day Susan B Anthony will preside both morning und after noonAll democrats UfO to vote nt their different precincts who urn to moot in Richmond on July IGth to select dalcgates to tho Stato Democratic Convention July 10th for tho purpose of nominating n governor The first annual declamatory con test for young ladies will ho hold in Lancaster on Thursday July 12th The speakers lira young womon from different parts o f tho State A handsome diamond ring valuod at 100 is the prize offered Locals and Personals Mr Will Flanory spent Sunday at Kerby Knob Mr Tom Stuart of Wild ie spent Sunday in Boron Miss Ellen Click has been visiting in Jackson county Mr Burnam Baker has boon quite sick tho past three days Miss Nina King is visiting friends in Jackson county this week Mr T A Robinson was in Clay county last week visiting relatives John R Abshear of Owsloy coun ty ill visiting at P M Reynolds Mr Hubert Bailey of Lexington is visiting his mother at Slate Lick Mr Goo W118rt of Kansas City is visiting relatives in this city and vicinityMr Mnltbio and Edwin Em bred are assisting in repairs at Ladies Hall this week Mr Wm Lusk will teach the school at Hickory Plains this year which begins Monday July 1C Miss May Richardson who has been visiting nt Wildio for covornl weeks returned homo Sunday Mr anti Mrs E M Preston spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr James Jones and family of Brassficld The camping party came in from Torrent today Mr Curt H hod us camo in advance of the party several days Wo failed to mention in our last weeks issue that Prof L V Dodge mINI tIle pulpit at the Union Church July offGreen wore the guests of the Misses Duncan last week Mrs BC Richardson of Wildio who has been the guest of Miss Esio Richardson for tho past two weeks left Sunday for hone Mrs John Williams nee Miss Clara Grilhth and little daughter Lutio of Germantown Ky are visiting their uncle Rev John G Fee Messrs Charley and Walter Overly left Richmond on the excursion for Cincinnati Sunday morning re turning to Borca Tuesday Mr W F Kidd traveling sales man for W E Grinstond Co loft last Tuesday for n two weeks tour through Eastern Kentucky Mrs James Wood of Lexington with the two children of Mr B C Richardson are visiting tho Misses Richardson On Centre Street A letter to Tho CITIZEN from Mr W D Candeo says that Mrs Caudeo tho boy and himself are having n do lightful nt his fathers in Toledo 0 Mrs A J Hanson has returned from Gonova Ohio where situ attend ed the burial of her father Mr Hugh McCollum who was in his ninety third year Mr S F Lucas the hustling drum mer of Strater Bros Louisville Ky in at homo after an extended trip through tho mountains in tho interest of tho firm A cablegram from Mr S E Welch Tuesday morning reports that ho had landed in Cherbourg Franco after a safe nnd delightful voyage on the Wilholm dor Grosse Those who live on farms are liable to many accidental cuts burns nud which heal rapidly when promptlyS E Welch Jr 2I z7 zf FZ7ijf z IA PROCLAMATION OF o 00 W ECONOMY for the Spring and Summer Season in Mens and Boys Fine0 Stylish M- adcCLOTHING II I VYKareiireinredto clone you with tho IiwettIirtced rfghly made absolutely W all wool Clothing In America Ulglitlymiulc as It li of famous Vitals Brand r- pI the only rwilytowrarClothlpK Tailored on aMrictly tclcntlflc bails in clean well ventilated workrooms Perfect fitting and wear rcrlsting becnute tho Insure the Vitals the very life of the garment In carefulness lu making represents the ex JeftUlure of time and thou hl and is a decided ronlraU to the tailorIng seen In onllnary realyto wear Clothing The Fabrics that wo show are the very deslgtu that will bo uen this can blany lUnflned exclusively to 1I1In the the above faela The most extrwrdlnsry feature combining our great offer Is lIellMtI can and do sell our Clothing at LESS MONEY e Than elsewhere How ran wo alTonl to sell such hlghgrado Clothing for less money l than elsewhere Our answer In pure end simple ours Is a modem tore constructed m strictly on progTtNhe plan our Iolhllll le sold on the smallest marglll of profit depending on a largo volume or business The more Clothing we sell the greater II our purehulmig lower the lower our prices thats tho tory Inn nut eh- eILCOVINGTON MITCHELL tI RICHMOND KENTUCKY VIj rtZuZu2 Z uZ 2 Mr and Mrs 0 Kexford Raymond arrived hi this city lust Saturday and have taken rooms at Mrs Gertrude Todds Mr Haymond will preach at the Union Church Sunday July 15thMr John Clnrkston of Sidell Ky anti Miss Etta Scale of Boonoville were married Saturday July 7 nt tho brides homo near Boonovillo The CITIZEN extends congratulations and bait wishes Ilev C II Palmer and Roy Leon nrd have been holding n very success ful meeting nt High Point Ky Tho principle gain in the meetings was the revival of spiritual interest among tho members of the church Mr 0 E Xxon has placed on tho market this week from tho college gnrdeiiB Romo very fino specimens of Russian blackberries Tho ben ios are unusually large and fine having the rich yellow color of an orange when ripe In a recent letter to a friend hero Mr J A Hood of Ludlow Ky who was a student hero two years ago says that ho is holding tho position of conductor on n passenger train running between Cincinnati and Pittsburg PUt Some of our citizens who hue phones in their homes havo been much interested in tho sermons of Hov Lloyd delivered in tho First Christian Church at Richmond Ky on Sundays Ills sermons are powerful earnest and eloquent While this is n novel way of attending church it is claimed by some that the discourse is much easiror followed than by attending services The music at Richmond is fine and is distinctly hoard through tho phone Prof S C Mason is having n de lightful trip through tho forests of Germany and Switzerland In n lot tor to Mrs Mason dated Juno 11 ho says This finds us up in the really truly Alps A white glacial river at the back of the inn and snowon peaks all around Prof Mason was fortunate in seeing tho tho Passion Play nt Obor Amnurgnu Germany In a card dated Juno 17 ho says Wo did go to OberAmmcrgnu after nil and it was n great treat too grand beyond my power to write This play is given every ten years and has been given at this placo for over 200 years After visiting tho Paris Exposition tho Professor will spend some timo in England and will sail for Homo from Ilymouth Aug 7th Obituary Mrs Martha R Coruolison widow of A C Cornelison was buried in the Berea Cemetery on July 5 Shot was ono of Bereas anti bolhun friends and an earnest Christian woman Mr M N Early died on July 1th of typhoid foyer Ho was an earnest conscientious Christian man Ho was in his 73rd year hind boon a member of tho Methodist Church 51 years and had been preaching 46 years After funeral services July 5 at tho Second Church by Rov Honry Dor thick tho romaine were placed to rest in the Beroa Cemetery Christian Patriotism Pros Frost spoke last Sunday on Christian Patriotism with the text from Numbers xxxiii 18 Wo will not return to our houses until tho children of Israel have inherited every man his inheritance Tho favored tribes of God and Reuben would not settle down to on joy their homes until all their neigh bors wero able to enjoy the same blessings Patriotism is helping our neighbors whether in peaco or in war The discourse was very practical and made us all feel like showing our patriotism by standing by our own town subscribing liberally for the turnpike andshowing ourselves as kind neigh Lore and public spirited citizens JSoldicrs Picnic Respording to an invitation sent out by tho Capt Jamos West Grand Armj Post tho soldiers of the Civil War living in Beroa and vicinity with members of their families gathered at tho home of Prof L V Dodgo on July 1th for social conversation and a basket dinner Tables wore sot under the trees for ninotyftvo of whom for ty were soldiers The after dinner program consisted of reminiscences of lifo in Rebel prisons Commander L 0 Duncan making the principal addressOn of Mr A P Settle the following resolutions were adopted RESOLVED that the thanks of this meeting are duo to Prof L V Dodge and his estimable lady for their kind invitation to meet at their house and for their unexampled hospitality in their endeavor to make everybody comfortable and happy By Special Request of a number of our prominent readers wo ropublish tho following poem whichappeared in Tho CITIZEN some time ag- oFarmer Browns Conclusion Well the first thing I heard about Wai through tome boarders we had That talkel about microbes and such things Till I own I wag fairly scared Weve lived on the farm for thirtyodd year And been mldlln healthy too Were raiser eight good mmrt children XYMchs as well as most folks do nut last Bummer wo took some professors And they made my blood run cold i For ghosts and goblins warnt nowhere Compared to the yarns they told About microbes that swim In water And sty on wings through the air That have feet to walk nbout with And cau stick to your skin and hair They looked over the edge of the wellcurb To see If the bucktt waa clean i And analyzed the pertatcrs To find the parlsgrecn That I put on the tots In early spring Afore the taters was growed Though how they thought it could get Inside Was more than I ever knowcd They peeked In the sulUr and aired tho barn Though allurs took pains to keep clean And sprinkled clcansln powders around That smelt wusn any old dreen They hunted em faithful all summer Till I kind of pitied the things And thought to myself the Almighty was wise When on tome of the kinds he put wings Well after theyd gone away In tho fall Matlldy she says to me Tho teat thing we can do Caleb Is to let the whole thing be So wo come to this conclusion No matter what microbes might bring A little bit of learning is a mighty dangerous thing NNNMNNNN NNNNNNNINNNNNNM NN ALN INDEPENDENTI II in 111 S FOR CASH priceslidveCASH trade You can buy more goods for CASH than on rrrdit 21 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 tiara customers in all parts of the State When you want Anything in the monument line Let us know and Ice 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 Berea Ky ri20Years His Led aU W rmRlm ies1WR SOZaa 331 liZT AVGC3IBTBPrepared br JAMES F BALLARD St Louts ISold by S E WELCH Jr 11701 J C MORGAN IDBxital Surgery Office Hours 3 to 12 A M 1loS P Jf National Bank Building Richmond Ky 602800 DENTAL SURGERY A WILKES SMITH D D S Smith Building Main Street Richmond Ky Telephone IteslllellceNoCCOn1cco CO 6230 Ordinance Tho following ordinance will be voted on finally by the trustees of Berea Ky thirty days after the first publication of this notice That the present limits of tho town of Berea bo so changed that the west lino shall be as follows Beginning at tho westend of the footbridge on Chestnut avenue and running northwest with Ellipse street to north limit of tho town and from the same beginning southeast to tho south limit of tho town includ ing the residence of E P Fairchild S E WELCH Chairman E L ROBINSON Clerk KodolDyspepsia Digests what you eat Itartlflclally digests the food and aids Nature in strcngtdenlng and recon structing the exhausted digestive or It is the latest discovered digest ant and tonic No other preparation can approach It In efficiency It in stantly relieves and permanently cures Dyspepsia Indigestion Heartburn Flatulence Sour Stomach Nausea SlckHeadachEGastralglaCrampsan all other rcsuitRoflmperfectdlgesuon oy OtI po I WHITES CREA- MVERMIFUCEIl Imat la Quantity lieu la QtuUtr 7 CENTER STREET ART GALLERY- C I 000 Proprieto- rIi to Date Photos Nothing But The Best Finish at the Lowest Prlces60- 2S00BURTONt The Photographer UKALKIl IN AMATELK SUPPLIES Fine Photographs at Reasonable Prices Views about Berea a specialty 6300 Cs Fe HANSONSLIVERY 6200 Yon Want GOOD GLASSES IF YOU WANT THEM MALL Glasses that are not properl adjusted to your eyes are actually dangerous I know It and you ought to know tt I will not attempt to suit glasses to your eyes until I know what Is needed Eyes examined tree A Nice line of JYbrefiea in JEWELRY- T A ROBINSON Jeweler and Optician 6oSOO LEWIS A DAVIS Medicine and Surgery Berea Ky Office in Manson Bid a2WO E B McCOY Dentist Berea Kentucky 6230 A BOON TO DR MANKINDII PILE CURE A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNALand EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 75 CENTS Bon J 50 CCrlTS AMES F E lURD Sole Pro rietorl 310 Mi Mais Street ST LOUIS HO I ITHE CITIZEN NBWSPAIJSR KENTUCKY What Is commonly known as the measuring or span worm has made H f appearance in the section of country surrounding Richmond Ind and is doing vast damage to young fruit trees A mystery with which every sailor is familiar is the formation of dust at sea Those who are acquainted with sailing ships know that no mat ter how careful the decks may be washed down in the morning and how little work of any kind may be done during the day nevertheless If the decks are swept at nightfall an enormous quantity of dust will be collected Until the discovery of deposits of lime in the Calico mountains borax nad been a product of the marsh and of methods the simplest admitting no improvement in mechanical nppll nnces An entirely new era opened with the discovery of borate of limo in stratified rock formation Thence forward the industry was transformed into a proposition akin to that of quartz mining An Italian military officer has pro duced n new explosive He makes use of the explosive properties of water tlectrically decomposed he incloses this in a box or other steel receptacle hermetically sealed It explodes with a force more than 50 times greater than gunpowder and nearly 30 times greater than dynamite He is adapt ing this to rifle cartridges and the Italian government is making tests in Turin It is called Cosmos Adm Lord Charles Beresford is 1r tually revolutionizing the Mediterranean squadron especially as regards its gunnery He is insisting on the utmost attention being paid to ac curacy of fire both with large guns and rifles antI is manifesting the ut most ingenuity in devising targets of a novel character He is likewise In- Itiating and taking part in gunroom debates on all matters likely to quicken the intelligence of the officers and met under his orders The only place in the world where violin making racy be said to consti tute the staple industry Is Markneu kirchen in Saxony with its numerous surrounding villages There are al together about 13000 people in this district engaged exclusively in the manufacture of violins The Inhab itants from the small boy and girl to the wrinkled grayheaded veteran and aged grandmother are all constantly employed making some part or other of this musical instrument One of the consequences of the installation of a corn kitchen in the agricultural section of the United States exhibit at the Paris exposi tion is n widespread agitation In France in favor of the appointment of government commission to visit this country and ascertain the best means of Introducing corn in France The cereal already hus won some recognition In Europe and in the course of a few years the exportation seems likely to be of large proportions Capt Francis Martin of Detroit the oldest American naval officer alive has just celebrated his one hundredth birthday He was second lieutenant six years before Adm Dewey was born He entered the government service in 1811 and him been in it ever since getting his first commission from Andrew Jackson A month before attaining his majority he witnessed the funeral of Napoleon Bonaparte the vessel on which he was serving having put into St Helena for water It is interesting to know from a dealer in jewels that pearls are in par ticularly good health this summer Good health Is the expression of the dealer and he meant it literally These gems are particularly liable to disease he said Commercially the health of n pearl refers to its luster anti when it becomes dull you may know that it is sick Salt water is thft only tonic that is known to be efficacious in such cases and after being Immersed In brine for several days the gems will be found to be restored to their usual health Miss Sarah Moore floss aged 00 years passed away at the house of her niece Mrs Jarcd Haines No 34 Franklin street Newark N J a few days ago She was born in ISO in a house on the site now occupied by the State bank building in Broad street and was the daughter of James and Margaret Ross Miss Ross was one of the 13 girls representing the original 13 colonies and states who strewed flowers before Lafayette when he visited Newark She was a beautiful girl and Gen Lafayette boa cred her with a kUs TIS WEt Happr beyond we cannot see Bttttr by far that we should smile at tint Happy we do not know or fear the worst A little while from apprehension free We dream of cooling waters aa we thirst Tts well we cannot see Father tis well we cannot see That all our human artifice Is vain All things must vanish that we seek to gain Our substances are shadows and they nee The paths of pleasure leading on to pain Meet at aettiemane I think Thee Lord I did not see Far down my lifes cold rocky road I could not know the grievous heavy load Was love that turns to sorrow and must be At once a beckoning phantom and a goad Towards CJethtemanel Annie RobertsonXoxon In Home Journal V a A atirrinj siory of- 2riY Life in The fl line s Copyright 1899 by F T noyson Nttly CHAPTER XVIII COMIXUED Hoofs wheels and flashing lights were again at the entrance gate even as Mrs Frank sparklingwith animation distributing her gay good humor over the silent semicircle suddenly exclaimed Oh if Id only known you were here I could have provided the one thing to make our reunion omplete If I were not going on at Jaybreak I should do it yet Then hoofs and wheels and lights had come to a stop lit the front of the house and in measured martial tread a mans footsteps were heard upon the lanai Then all of a sudden with a cry of joy Witchle burst in again Should d- oItll shall do itl Said I not I was the fairy queen Behold me summon my subjects from the ends of the obedient earth And waving her parasol II shewould wand gayly pirouetting II ahe had that night in the tent at old Camp Merritt she danced forward Sound ye the trumpets slaves hEal to the chief See the conquering hero co IMS Enter Brevet Brig Gen Stan ley Armstrong though his arm is anything but strong Bowing gravely to the sprite in front of him vaguely to the group in the shaded light at the edge of the lanai and joyously to the little hostess as almost hysterically she sprang forward and clasped his hands the colonel of the Primeval Dudes stood revealed before themCol Armstrong How when did you get here What does this mean Is your arm quite well again Why didnt you let us know you were com lagwere the questions rained upon him by Mrs Marsden immediately followed by the somewhat illogical state ment that she was actually breathless with surprise Shall I answer in their order sold he smiling down at her flushed and joyous face By the Sedgwlck This aft ernoon That I wished to see you Do Ing quite well Because I didnt know myself until two days before we sailed Then as he stood peering beyond her she would have turned him to her other guests had not Mrs Garrison made in atant and impulsive ruth upon him As fairy queen or fairy godmother I claim first speech she gayly cried What tidings of my liege lord and where is hers my fairy sisters she demanded waving in front of him her filmy parasol and pirouetting with al most girlish grace Capt Garrison was looking fairly well the day I salted he answered brieflyand Col Frost left for Hong Kong only a few hours before In hopes- as we understand of finding Mrs Frost at Yokohama Permit me he added with grave courtesy I have but little time as I transfer to the Doric to nightA spread over the radiant face one instant but was as quickly swept away And I have not met your guests be finished turning to Mrs Mnrsden as he spoke and quietly sass ing Mrs Garrison In so doing The next moment he was shaking hands with the entire party coining last of all to Amy Lawrence They told me of your being here he said looking straight into her clear beautiful eyes and thought I might find you at Mrs Martdcns She was our best friend when we were In Hono lulu They told me too that you desired to go by the Doric but feared she would be crowded he continued turn Ing to Mr Prime There is one vacant stateroom now Its occupants have de cided to stay over and visit the islands There will be I think another And drawing a letter from an Inner pocket he calmly turned to Nlta now shrink ing almost fearfully behind her sister The colonel gave this to me to hand to you Mrs Frost on the chance of your being here He will arrive by next weeks steamer and pardon me It is something I think you should tee at once as a change In your plans may be necessaryIt for Margaret to interpose The letter was safely In her sis ers hands and with t o significant a message that it had to be opened and read without delay Coyly excusing herself and with a low reverence and comprehensive smile to the assembled party sIte ushered her sister into the long parlor and the curtain fell behind them There followed n few tnluutes of brisk conference upon the lanai the Marsdens pleading against the lather and daughter for immediate return to the hotel there to claim the vacated rooms aboard the steamer In the eager discussion pro and con both young soldiers joined both saying go and promising to follow by the Sedgwick In this family council despite the vivid Interest Armstrong felt in the result neither Amy Lawrence nor himself took any part Side by side at the unowi railing over the breaking sea they stood almost silent listeners Suddenly there came from the front again the SOUIH of hoofs and wheels loud and distinct at the start thin rapidly dying away with the increasing distance Miss Lawrence turned and looked inquiring ly into the eyes she well knew were fixed upon her Mrs Marsden hesitated ono moment then stepped across the lanai peered into the parlor and en teredoIt was a minute before site re turned and in that minute the decisive vote was cast the carriage ordered Oh I ought to have known how It would be If I left you a moment she cried despairingly on her reappear ance n little folded taper in her hand But at least you must stay half hour We can telephone direct to nilI dock and secure the staterooms if you must go on the Doric Yes she con tlnued lowering her voice they are not going farther until Col Frost comes Mrs Garrison explains that her sister nnt really too ill and too weak to come out here but she thought tin drive might do her good She thought best to slip quietly away with her antI bids me say good night to you all So when next day the Doric sailed four new names appeared upon the pas senger list and the last men down tin stage already trembling on the rise were two young fellows In white utah form who turned as they sprang to tin dock and waved their jaunty caps Join you In ten days at Frisco shouted the shprter of the two gazing upward and backward at the quartette on the promenade deck Oht beg n thousand pardons he added hastily as he bumped against some slender ob ject and wheeling about to pick up a ilirnny white fan he found himself face to face with Wltehic Garrison ker chief waving beaming smiling throwing kisses Innumerable to the party lie had so lately left The hot blood rushed to his forehead an angry light to hit eyes as she jioddcd blithely forbear ingly forgivingly nt him near boy she cried in her clear penetrating treble how could you be expected to see anyone after leaving her nut Govs arm was linked in his at the very Instant and led him glowerlag away leaving her close to the edge of tin crowded dock smiling sweetness bless Ing and bliss upon a silent and unresponsive group anti waving kerchief and kisses to them until far from shore the Doric headed out to tea They were nearing home again Day and night for nearly a week the good ship had borne them steadily onward over a sea of deepest blue calm and un ruffled ns the light that shone in Amyi eyes Hours of each twentyfour Arm strong had been the constant companion at first of the trio then of the two forMrPrlme laud foundn kindred spirit in a veteranmerehunt homeward bound from China then of one alone for Miss Prime hind found another Interest and favor In the eyes of a young tourist paying lila first visit to our shores anti so It happened that before the voyage all too brief was half over Amy law- rence and Armstrong walked the spa cious deck for hours alone or sat In sheltered nooks gazing out upon the sea The soft summer breezes of the first few days bad given place to keener chillier air The fog ahead told of the close proximity of the Farallones Heavier wraps had replaced the soft fabrics of the Hawaiian sauntering lInt warmth anti gladness coupled with a strange new shyness in his pretence were glowing In her fresh young heart One day she had said to him You have not told me how you came to leave there just now and it was a moment be fore he answered That uuas the aurgeonl doln They sent mo back from the front became the wound did not properly heal and then ordered n sea voyage until It did but I turn back at once from San Francisco She was silent a few seconds This was unlookedfor nnd unwelcome news I thought site said at least Gov heard Dr Frank say it would be four mouths before you could use that arm SIte plucked at time fringe of the heavy shawl he had wrapped about her as the reclined In the low steamer chair but lime white lids veiled her eyes Possibly answered Armstrong but you see I do not have to me It much at any time Im all right otherwise and there will soon be need of me More campaigning she anxiously Inquired her eyes one moment uplift ing Probably Those fellows have no Idea of quitting Another Intel val of silence The long lazy roiling swell of the Pacific had changed during time day to nn abrupt and tumultuous upheaval that tossed the Doric like a cork amlmade locomo tion a problem The rising wind anti sea sent the spray whirling from her bows and Mildreds young man cast ing about for a dry corner hud depos lied his fair charge on u bench along the forward deck house and scout Ing up and down for steamer clinics Armstrong hud drawn hits close to Unit In which Miss Lawrence reclined her knitted steamer cap pulled well for ward over her brow His feet were braced against a stanchion lib eyes were Intent upon her sweet lace He had no thought for other men even those in similar plight Ills gaze though unhampered by the high peak of his forage cap comprehended noth- Ing beyond the rounded outline of that spit cheek Her eyes wellnigh hidden by her shrouding Tarn saw the searching son of Albion and told her his need The best of women will timid excuse for Interruption at such mo menta when sure of the devotion of the man who sits with a fateful question quivering on his lips and even when sIte longs to hear those very words will linn means to defer them as a kitten dallies with a captured mouse orochlld I saves to the very last the sweetest mor sel of her birthday cake Not ten minutes before when lion Bertie Shafto hind shifted Impulsively toward the va cant chair by Armstrongs side a firm hand detained him anti Miss Prime hind hastily Interposed Not on any ac count snld she Imperiously Cant you see And Mr Shnfto adjusting his monocle hind gazed long and fixedly anti then transferring his gaze to her taldElieliyes Its not ours 1 suppose you menu nut now Amy Lawrence was beckon- Ing and he made a rush for the rail then worked his way aft liiuul over hand Every movable on deck was tak ing a sudden slant to starboard and time sea went hissing by almost on level with the deck ns next ethic spoke Surely n soldier needs both nrms In battle and you Oh certainly Mr Shafto take that chair she added Armstrong glanced up suddenly Oh that you Shafto Yell take It by all means Anything thought he rather than that they should come here The young Briton stepped easily past between them and the rail behind there was no room nnd swinging the long awkwardly modeled fabric to lila broad shoulder started buck just nn u huge wave heaved suddenly under the counter heeled the steamer far over to port threw him olT his balance and lila foot catching at the bottom of her chair hurled him loud anti all htrnlglit at Amys reclining form One Instant antI even her uplifted hands could not have caved her face but III that Instant Armstrong hind darted In caught time stumbling Briton on one arm and the full force of the shooting chair crush lag upon the other already pierced liv Filipino lead When a moment later the emerged safe antI unscrntched from the con fused heap of men and furniture It was to cut oft instantly the stutter and Matumcr of poor Shaf tos apologies to bid him go instantly for the shuts doe tor and with face the color of death to turn quickly to Armstrong Time blow had burst open the hnlfhealrd wound and the blood vas streaming to the deck Both liner and transport turned bark without Stanley Armstrong Doric amid Sedgwlck sailed unheeded for the highest surgical authority of the de partment of California hud remanded Mm to quarters nt the Palace nnd for bidden his return to with nn un healed wound He wauliUflJ up again somewhat pntlid and not too strong but Yoa kite I4 me how uoo cain to uses with every premise said the medico of complete recovery within two months Hut not u month would Ann1 strong wait Time Puebln was to start within time week nail he hall made up his mind Go told he I must They lund been silting about him the night this opinion was announced In the parlor of the suite of rooms time Primes hail taken Billy Gray hall gone with lila father to the club Khafto had been hanging nbout In Chen onlcsoflln Englishmans first lame liov disap pea red a moment nnd ins back vl tickets for time Columbia bidding Mil tired get her hat nnd gloves at once antI whimpering to Slmftn that lit hall a sent for him An the little mantel dork struck eight Amy Lawrence lifting up her eyes from tIme bool she was trying hard to believe she mount to read saw that Armstrong was rising from lila envy chair and springing to lila tide laying her white hand on lila arm she faltered Oh pltnso You know time stipulation was that you were not to stir But then her heart began to flutter uncontrollably The blood went surg hag to her brow for nil of a mddcn as through impulse irroistiblr her hand was seized In lilain both of his In fact nnd the deep voice that had pleaded at tier helical for time cause of Billy Gray was now in impetuous flow of words that fell upon her ears like some strain of thrilling music plradlng at lust his awn Ever since that tIny In the radiant suiivhinc of thin park site html learned to look up to him as a tower of strength n man of mark among his fellows a mann to bo honored anti obeyed Ever since Hint night nt the Palace when chic saw lila glowing eyes fixed intently upon hrr anti knew thai hn Will following her every move she hind begun to realize the depth of lila Interest In her Ever since that tIny when the China slipped from her moorings with Witchle GnrrUon singling him out for lavish farewell tutors she had woidered why it so nnnoyed and stung her Ever ulncn time day she read the list of killed anti wounded in the first fierce battling with the incur rectos she knew it was the sight of htLs name not hilly Grays that made her for time moment faint and dizzy and taught her tIme nerd of greater selfcon trol Ever since that moonlit night upon the Mnrsdcns lannl when lice heart leaped at time sudden sound of his voice site had realized what his coming meant to her anti ever since that breezy day upon tlr broad Pacific with time tailors song of Land ho ringing from the bovri nd he her wounded soldier had araunLbhleld her tram the crabot Bhaftos hapless stumble and the dtJr- WRII stained with the precious blood from that soldiers reopened wound shied for herfor who so revered him she had longed to hear him soy tho words that alone could unlock the gates of maidenly reserve anti let her tell him tell him with glad anti grateful heart that the love he bore her was answered by her own Hovering over him only ono minute her lips half parted her eyes still veiled her heart throbbing loud nnd fast with sudden movement the threw herself upon her knees nt tIme side of the low chair nnd her burning face ever so lightly was burled In the dark blue sleeve above Unit blessed wound Till KND HOW A CLAIM PAID An AUUn Miner Tell of oft of irlllnK Mnnrr Without Iniinlna Jut There nrc more ways of making immoneyalT of a claim than panning il out said an Alaska miner who had some luck with his pick antI shovel For instance I knew a man of mean In the Davrton district who had a cnlm which had failed to be ns profitable as expected unit he didnt know Just what to do with It to get his money back until he hall dctoted consider able thought to ittimtl It was simple enough when he knew lion lie quiet ly went to time gold commissioner anti announced that he wlkhed to pay hma ten per cent royally on the product of his claim for a year which was Goo 000 The commissioner accepted time 6000 royalty nail gave him time usual receipt stating on its lace what Itwas for with number of the claim location etc Then he waited patiently about like Marys little lamb and one tiny In the course of human events nn Englishman cattle along looking for a good thing for tome people who had money to spend HrniUeil Mr Blank among other timings what he Lad to tell and the smooth gent told him he didnt know exactly but he would simon luau his goods They looked over several claims that were practically unworked anti then in a casual wny Mr Blank showed time Eng lishman his receipt for royalty on claim so amid to And you know he Mild with a wink that a man Itnt paying royalty on any more titan he can lMcsi by help The Englishman usc right on to that little game of course nnd he sized up the 6000 receipt looked over the claim in a general way anti ended by buying It for 150000 Waihlng ton Star Thr Admntiiac of P lllnn Ihe late Charles Tladdon Spurgeon was tint one of thoso gcnlutra who suddenly become a revelation to their friends A n child hn was cxtvel Ingly intelligent lila subsequent development WIII continuous Ills schoolmaster looked to him whenever a question had long gone unanswered One winter tIny iiuuvever whrn time weather was bitter cold a change lee met toTome oter the boy till answers went wide of time mark Soon he dropped to the bottom of the class and stayed there The teacher was puzzled his prlc pupil seemed to have lost every spark of intelligence But as lie thought he noticed that Spurgeon at time foot of the class sat right In front of the stove It took hut a moment to rearrange the pupils The head boyuuns given the warm sent anti Spurgeon was placed next the window Then tutu questions je gnn again Time change was com plete From that moment Spurgeon dill not hesitate for the rigid answer hue minutes inter he was once more it the Lead of the claM sitting In front of the stovesouiths Com panion A llorr rotA band of hoer ambulance men met after one of time recent engagements in Sunlit Africa an English patrol The Boers were very thirsty arid asked the men of the patrol to give them a lit the water With plrasure they re plied if yon will drink it to the health of the queen The lloers after con stilt big together replied that they had no objection to drinking to the hcnllh of the queen for whom they felt much respect provided that they might add to the toast and to the damnation of Cecil lihodes as they regarded time latter nil the cause why men who had no Illfeeling toward each other were fighting To thin the patrol willingly assented anti joined themselves In the toast thus expounded London Truth Itrnrr Clny amid the tinnIer When Henry Cloy was Mumping Kentucky for reelection nt one of his mass meetings nn old hunter of wlle political influent raid Well Harry 1vi nlnuyc been for you but because if that ote which he named Im goln nifli you Let me set our title said Clay It was handel to him Is she a good rifle Yes Did the ever miss fire Well yet onc Wiy didnt you throw her away The old hunter thought n moment nnd then said Harry Ill try yom right And Harry wis elected Chicago Chronicle rrnnnnrlatlon uf Vnler Mr Clerk was pleading in a Scotch appeal before tho house of horde Time question issue was In regard to a right of water Mr Clerk more Scotlco pronounced the word wittier Pray Mr Clerk said one of the lav peers do you spell water with two ts In Scotland 7 No my lord was the dignified anti scorching an swer of the great lawyer but wt spell manners with two nsNotesund Queries ScIentific Kciinoinr They say that Jorkus Is vera stingyStingy Hes so lUng that hi it olitcns his postage atmps only aJ the corners Ciioijfo ccor L One ii WomansLetter SAYS- III doctored with two of thebestdootorslntheolty for two years and hadne relief until I used the Plnkham remedies My trouble was ulcer mtlon of the uterus Isuf fered terribly could not sloop nights and thought sometimes that death would be such a relief II TodayI am a well wo man able to do my own work and have not apain II I used four bottles of Lydia E Plnkhams Vege table Oompoundandthr packages of Wash cannot praise- the medicines enough MRS ELIZA THOMAS 634 Pine St Easton PjMrs Plnkham advises suffering women without charge t Lydia 1 IlokUm Mel Co Lynn llaaa c JOKE GAINED HIS POINT A MlrltlNn Alulrimnn rirtrr haul i 5 iirUnl nn a Ctiiumltlrc- nn Irnlom Nat long enC inprrnninHnk Smith of thieteiimnd iiciigan iitittwrketl jhoff on the huutr romuiilUt on It thojM be rxplainiJ as time Chicago thron that this roiniuillce it tint the one which Iou r barge of the iwntlont which jirrw mat ut the civil war caa rorrwpenil tat lit function apwntdmit to granting of ptniont to the wijuwi ind a the Mrxiran ami Mark ilutkwars and other atKient unplraMnlnrMri It thould lo toe iwintrii out that one nf their rules ii that no tvtdnHt rn lion chat larger theta fs a mouth this tirotrMU urwo the ihforr that any widow who mtvivr a veteran of these wars mu t br a rnnijuratively ounl woman and that the must tha fetrran in hit dctage to get his Ifnaien the new nxmlxr item Michigan appeared timbre the romtmttee at itt List nicetieS sad in an inrkjtqtal ind milling way alluded tn time uile That it a fine rulHid hIn a guuieess tort of tray I yniMthnc with iii purim llirve it stand limit JUlt to thaw fwx faith I ant going to ropo ean amend went I move that it amended oa la read in the case of do lover stars of latoThe number of thr committee are always In favor of a joke and the tuitiOn was adopted with a unantmnui faiicn And thrrrupon Hank produced from his kj ft a to grant a peniion of 112 a 1 moBth In Mr lilxon of Clinton Iich She hail just a5P44 her one hunduruh year It was not nerritary to captain that her bfhand had served to ono day of the 1IIIrbill favorably liarS Him Irofroloimllj fcJ spendinrv ning in a hatch in Portland While hll lingered a terrihr ilorm look plare The window nf the room in which he was tlttlnf were Iirnken l y haittnnr almmt a ae rIt The r of the hotel no Heed that the barkeeper turned aside to drop a tear oe the storm scare you he ventured t i k hi punt trbuwatl In a prohibition tateS V Mail amid Ixlmrcss Tune Wmlril It it uilor a certain learned man that I111enl1Inanti mirried a wife who never gives him n chance to set a word in eilgetvayt TitIIIU Fine howt remarked the lintnidhter at the ur time new tamale opera Iha comic nihrrn an was a realistic character ilont you think No I dont icplied the amatnir angler liii lines were too catchy Philadelphia 1rett In spite of time set that the arietlIf nn rent in the world nuinhef tamrnoft now and then another boy tiara in to make a complete collection Somerville Journal ABSOLUTESECURITY Cenulne Carters Little Liver Pills Must Bear Signature of 1 See PacSlrall Wrapper Below 7 ary email u4 a aU If to Uke aw irnfar CARTIS plies ii Ces FOR NEAIACHE FOR DIHINUI rOil IILIIUUESS FOR TORPII LIVER FOR CONSTIPATIOR FOR SALLOW SKIN FOR THE COMPLEXIOIn n OncIU Purely ThgetiiI CUR5lOKHApAQit u i BRYAN AND STEVENSON Nominated by the Democracy for President and Vice President The 11111Irlllllfur Ihr Free ColiiMgti of h- ltrr Italbat101u I KOIIMIH City Mo July I1ho na tlonnl ileiuocrntlc cniirenllon iiiut nt noun July orfiiulliiK nnd listening tn n few MpccchcM After routine biiHliicNs ndjouriiincnt wnn hud until Thursilny Thu convention reomiumblcd at 1035 n UL Will In in J llryan of Nebraska wnn unaiiliiiously placed In nomination ilK the ileinocratlu canillilnto for presi unit of the U n Idl States un n plat form opposing InipvriallHin iiillltiirlmn and trusts ntulMpcdlieully declaring for for fret colmiKu of dllver at the ratio of 16 to The noinlnatlou iame nn the Iulnilimtlon of n frenzied pnrlyleaderuttenincu to till the pent up emotioim of t hAlt multitude It followed nUn a tierce Mtrugrlc Ihrmifliout 30 houm concrrnln the platform declar Hllnii on alter and on the relative po anion which the silver quoit Ion to main lain to the other grunt Issues of the day The pint form denounces Iho Porto tied Uw ilcnianils the prompt and liunctit ftilllltment of pled eii mad o to the Cuban eoile that the Urinal Stiiten has no dispoalllon or Inellnn Unit to exercise sovereignty over the islands The Philippine policy of tho present iidmlnlstriillon h condemned 1nvorH nn Immediate deeliinitlon of alto nations purN se to glue tho KH Iptnox n stable fort of government lndetendence and protection from uulkltle Interferenee- Tmde 11111111 by every ieneoful i and legitimate inrun f run nil The maintenance of the Monroe doe trine in letter and spirit U In klated on Tho platform oiMM eH militarism A small Mamliug army mid n well din olplinctl militia are amply nufliclcnt 0WILLIAM JCNNINQR DHTAN Front llla Latett Photograph by Town end Lincoln Neb In tune of xncc Private nionopnllet ore drnomiftil the tarilT lawn should be nmrnded by putting the product of trust upon the free list to prevent monopoly upon the plen of protection The currency law eniicted nt the last urshlon of congress In denounced A ermnnent national bank currency secured by go ernment bonds miiNt hart n permanent doll to rest upon An nmendmeiit to coiiMtltutlon pro viding for be cirri Ion of rutted Stolen senator by direct vote of the- people favored The black list In denounced mid nr bl rat ion an n ineniiM of settling labor doubles In urged Following the surer plnnki Wo reaHlrni nod Indorse the principles of the national democratic platform adopted at Chicago in lion and we reiterate Ilse demand of that platform for nn American llnnnrlal system made by the American people for IhcmKclvcM which kball restore nnd maintain n bimetnllle prime level nnd nn part of such nyMeni the immediate rcstorntlon of free null unlimited colnnge of hllver and gold nt the pres eat legal ratio of 10 to without waiting for the mild or consent of any other notion KansaH City Mo July GThe dem ocratic national ticket wits completed by the nomination of Adlal K Steven non for vice president Friday The nomination wax made on the drat hal lot Hlnle sifter Htnte joining In the wild scramble to record HH support of the winning candidate It wan nut accompanied liy nny arch frnntii ilrinonsl nil Ion of npprovnl ns had marked the proceeding nl previous Ktngeti although the result followed n fiplrlted nnd nt llmen highly dramat Ie contest between the advocates of Stevenson Towne and the lesser rnnilliliilcK The dlHtliiel triumph of the day In the wiryor n breakaway nl n popular ovntlon was that necordeif to senator Hill mind In Its spontaneity and cnthiiNiaxm ono of tin mojt notable features the convent ion huts produced It was accompanied too by n remarkable seene when cal nestly protested to his friends ngnlnst being plumed In noininntlon and then iindlng his protext In vain be strode to the pint form and in lones wlilcli left no doiibt of his Hlncerily earnestly besought the convention not to maVe him the nominee A rcholutlon wns passed congratj Inting Kanas Pity upon the linn tOil vention building the usual resolutions of thnnUc to the nflteem of the convention were adopted and the cots Ttntlpa djounied blue ills THE SUNDAY SCHOOL Lesion In the Inlrriinllonal Ncrlei fat Julj in lunnrite icnllle W oiunna lMIII Prepared by II C IcnlnRton1- TIIK U58SON TKXT Mark 7130- N And front tlicnco Ho nrn r and went Into the borders of Tyro anti Hlilon Mod entered lulu nil house mind would brio luu man know Hi but Ho could not lit hid youngdaughterHim sail como and fell nt 1IU feet M Tlio woman wan u reek n Hyrophe nlclan by nation and she besought Him that Ilo would cant forth tho devil out of her daughter It Hut JCHUI sold unto her let time chit drrn lint bo Illlrd for It In not meet to lake the children a bread mind to cat It unto the iJnR himYrerat of the children crumb 3 And Ho said unto her for this nay trig co thy Ihu devil Is gone out of thy ilnuchtrr w when Mio was come to her louse be found the devil gotio out and her ilHiichtrr lull lllli 1IxIlaird hell mr nil 11 lUr- NOTKH AND COMMKNT- 8Trluinjilinnt lnlth would lio nn appropriate topic for thin Icunon unit for tho iHcoml time un recorded In the UoupcU It la the faith or a Gentile that In held up to the mlmirntiou of the nurld11e remember that upon another occnnlun itimin npcnUIn of tho Itotnan centurion Mkl I hate not found no great faith no not In I rnd llilH limo It In the filth of a Rvrophmnlvlan voinnn that U held up uti example liy vhlch we might prom However before ontorln UJKJII this study we make n brief note of what happened between the Inut lesson and the prinont Thin Include Vlult to Jeeua of Ilurlacei from Jrrusn tem IJInrourno on Baling with tMWaMim- llHIllI ltver nlng Oppodllou to Jtiui Tho frost of the pflMovcr occurred April 10 A 10 limit Jens did not K to Jerusalem to attend It probably bcmiikc of time already apparent oppo nltlon of time Jews The Jews of III mien hail evidently looked forward to llli coining and were Ill llllpollllcd liven the IbnrUriM wanted to sec Him for IIH nun nn the piuover feast was over they Hiarted north for an inter view texuM did not avoid theta Ho and the disciples went on In their no ciiBtomct way No sooner land time din tlnpiilnlinl men from Jerusalem nr rived thou they found an nccnMon for controvert The illkclplen did not follow too tradition of the lewlnh rider and rabble In the custom of wnnhlng their bunch before eating Jriw reply usiinl went rtralHlit to the heart of the matter lie bald Matt lbla7 Vo hoc made the commandment of Gad of none effect by your tradition antF often In Illus tration traditions which hnic hind the effect of canning open tlulntion of ono of tho ten coimnnndmrnlo Then to the multitude that gathered about pram He declared that It In not that which goelli Into tIn munch that tic fllrth n man but that which cometh out explaining that ihoxe things which proceeded out of the mouth como forth from the heart nod they dense time mini For out of the heart proceed evil thoughts murders adul teries fornications thefts false witness blasphemies thene Ire the things which tidily a man but to eat with unwashen burnt neflleth nut n man This rebuke 1o and exposure of the Hinrtsees before the people helped lncren e the growing hontility to Jesus So He departed for a short rest among the hills of eastern Phoe nicia There lie entered Into a house and would have no man know It Hut word soon got abroad that the grunt miracle worker nod preacher of tall lee wax In the neighborhood nod the Incident of the visit of the Syrophoe nlclnn woman ocean Inlth Triumphing Over Obstacles The beautiful story of n Gentile wom nlllI faith ion the point tint the lews hi general nnd the Ilinrlseex with especial corn used to spent of nil icntllcH ns dogs The fact that 11111111 the term seem not to lion surprised the woman and probably for the reason that the ccliiivcnci x of the strict lew wan universally un derstood and nt this place only SO or W mile front Cnperiinuni the Phoe nicians were accustomed to meeting with the haughty contempt of their neighbor to the east and south Her daughter had an unclean spirit n demon according to Matthew SIll needed help and train what shy heal heard of CMIS she knew lie could gum It to her mindsite wan willing to sink her own pride to gain It The answer of Icsux In no wte dlnconraged her If the Jews were the children and the ientlle only dogs yet slue remembered that urea the dogs tinder the table eat of time children crumbs For this saying showing her humility trust and faith lesiiH granted her prayer U woman great Is thy faith be It unto thee even atl thou wiltMnlt I52S MvliilC In Tills llfr Hereafter can hope little practical power on time life and character of o person who neglects or disregards time present As Or Stalker says llellg lUll ihoiild be not nn Insur ance for the next world but n pro gramme for the present world How we list or misuse the life that Is Is nn Indication of our flttuvs or our tin titncM for the life that Is to come S S Times In the ItlRlit llnnil It In better even to rttiimbto along In the rlht road than to step firm In thin wrong one Itnms Horn lovr nail Life The life of love better than the love of IIre1I111118 Horn unit lrwer Contr- A Kteiidfiist faith begets a constant pcacf John Mofcrn A holt prayer will get to Heaven quicker thtin n longone rr t the Bmnll Illril- Orce upon a time there was a bantam rooster with an Immense opinion of him iclf amid tt he itood in the barnyard he UIUI will make i stir in the world I will attract attention Wherefore he began to crow lustily al though he had nothing much to crow linut Now it happened that far above the ban tam hawk was wheeling in the circum ambient air The hawk had not seen tim- ediminutiveto the IaItcrs proportions when the bantam crowed heard and in shout 13 tecnmli bad his claws full and was contentedly winging his night homeward while all was still below Moral It li not a profitable thing to try to make a noise in the without a reasonable excuse Chicago TimesHerald AVIitit Will llecnmr ot China t None can foresee the outcome of the quar rel between foreign powers over vision of China It is interesting to watch time going to piece of this ancient but un progressive race Many people in America arc alto going to piece because of dPI IomnchdleaIron th nor and good health rAn be re tnlnl I if wr off and cure the above dit ease with Uoitcttcri Stomach Hitters Time Lost Thrill Have ou ever felt the thrill that comes from having a tweet girl look up into your youXoit was Iputhersweet lips clotc to mine said George I adore you Anti you werent thrilled by that NoLt I was about to be thrilled when her father who happened without standinghackIntuit the feeling I had Icalling it a mere thrill Chicago Times hlcrald If You linn Pimple letter ltlIIa or any diteateof skit nr Mucotit Membranes that un ht reached 10an outward application it can grMthautiftrkept in every hounehoid ready for any enurttnry lotion Soap will greatly assist in curing all suchalllictions If your drug does not wnd hit name to Solon Palmer 374 IfliI New York and re ctit free mlhlfl of lutimoniaa with Maple of or Soap Horror of W r The hardworked humorit tat at hit desk and without the slightest apparent elTort he- duhtcilhilolT Why do you here naked Ttl Ann of the Russian general who was recon noitering in time imperial neighborhood Ilecauie am going to Taku was time re Herre reply Vet turn things as this were not men tinned among horrors of war alitlloorl14t The Hague conference Ilaltimorc Amer lean vritv IIIW IIATII TO TISVln 3I K 51Iq from Ivnnns City Irf w rule excursion tickets and one way tickets will be old time M K k1 from Katttai City July Tth Sth and Oth to Texas The excursion rates to the more im FeIcnisnn tlh11fchf ta Hound 1000 Dallas Ft Worth Hound Trip 1200 Waco Hound Trip 1300 Temple Briton Taylor Hound Trip 1100 Houston Calvetton Hound Trip 1300 good until July 30th returning Goodfur ten days going and in TunOneway tickets will be told tame dates it 1200 less the above Tbii opiK rtunity does not come often 1lependEmployeraccording credentials honul110wyotrhavehave to ask firt wcek If there Is no nil g11lostonTranscript All Is not gold that glitters Sometimes it a a ditmonC Chicatfo Daily New TIIU M AUK UTS Cincinnati July CATTrlv Common S3 23 i 4 23 Soleet linleherit 3 10 ft 3 I- SCA11lExtras 0 73 ii 7 I- MUOttSSclfc puckers IJi ni 3 31 Mixed packers ft 33 if 3 40 SIIKKICliole 3 73 fI Oil JMItSKxlra 3 13 Ca 0 JFMIII Spring put 4 33 f1I 00 WIIKAT Xo 8 red fi COUX No a mixed j 13 OATS Xti 2 mixed KYKNO y 2 ft 61 HAYCliolec IniHthvU 00 TiU as mss IOlt i3 03- IAItl 6 fiK- lirriKISCli miniryr 11 union orianiorv t AlIllyChto rand 2 00 II 3 0- 1IOTATOKSlVr brl 23 il 3- 0TOItUTOXfw 2 00 ffilT 73 Old 4 00 Till 73 CMICAC3O- VOIIIIll potent 1 10 f1I1IWIIKAT Xo 2 red 80 i0-o spring0i 73 11UNNo213min 4I OATS Xo 2 23yffl HYIv Xo 2 i IOIMvMesH 1111 Trl2 00 JAKD Stfiim 73 i 0 S7V- iNKV YOII- KVlOIir Win pallIII1 13 fff 1 00 WIIKAT Xo 2 red 88 COIlXrXn 2 mixed 31 OATS Xo 2 mixed ft 23 Vi t ri 03m- IOhbliJless 13 23 fi4 00 AISOStuiini Q 7 13 1IAITIMOUK WIIKAT Xo 2 rod 7Tffi 73 Southern 73 ffr 70 COUX Xo 2 mixed t 41iv OATS Xo 2 mixed 0 273- CATTIK KlrHl quill 3 10 3 H7y- IHJtiS WfHt ru 3 SO tl 00 INUIANAIOIIS- WIIKAT Xo a rest ft SI 1IiNNu 2 mixed tvO- ISII 2 mixed ftlLOflBVILKK- KIOII Win patent 4 50 fit 3 00 WIIKAT 75 JlixedtiCORN 47 OATS Mixed ir 2f- iIOltK Mews Of 11 0- 0LAUDStcam ill 7 00 Pleat for time Ilmrcls No matter what oils you headache to a ourhowelacure you without a gripe or pain prodtro eay natural movements cost Jou just 10 crate to start getting your health gfnuinrJplltuptamped on it Ilrw are of imitations A si ma harrylastCora eagerly Uid he really propose Puck nn Your Frt Ache and Ilurnf Shake into your shoes Allen Jootl a powder for the feet It makes tight orXew Shoes Feel Easy Cure Corns Itching Swollen Hot Callous Smarting Sore Swcotii Feet All Druggists and Shoo Stores tel I5c Sample sent FILES Address Allen S OInuted Lc Boy N V Xol liy the 1leee- Slerchant No I tell you I have absolute ly for you to do pplicanWcllflcI be willing to do that on Prw The Item Prescription for Chill and Fever Is a bottle of Giuivrs TSTrir s CIIIIL Toxic Ills slmplylronnndnulnlnelii tasteless form curono pay lriccWc natklIow did the alarm clock work I moment it went iff tllakcYtJ Urthe to Didnt have in bed to throw at ItlIoltoDTranscript To Cure n Cold In One Iny Take laxative Hrnino Quinine Tablets All drugKiiUrofu money Kit falls to cure 23c When a man does you a favor repay It in our own way at soon as you can otherwise the chances are ten to one that you will have to return it in his way later Somerville Journal We refund 10c for every package of Jrlvet1MaolionMa Hold by all druggists Men admire women because they are women and anything that makes theta letl womanly makes them less charming Phil adelphia Time Pisot Cure for Consumption is an infalli ble medicine for coughs and oldX W Samuel Ocean Grove X J Feb Protect us from our friends our enemies let us drink our tea or coffee the way we like it Indianapolis Journal loldtliwaitc d Son Troy Ala wrote TeclhinaV tltcdrcure of sores and erup lion upon been remarkable Our bet society might be even better if money would talk less and think mote Detroit Journal hells Calorrl Cure Ia taken Internally Price 73c no True charity never waits until it ii asked Chicago Daily New All the Kentucky belles chew Kimx Cum They like it The humorist gets his huller from the cream of his jokes Chicago Daily Newt Rt61OneeIY t j 3 s =OP Tfclilo ktltk Ab Inlnt roffro to tmr ton time butonlr inn dao tut week wn we ptee fptir olldriraof cutrMof nnt 40 NCO FCC KlnaOIJ Own Rio loll 0701 fnih Slul IO7i Ino o cna O7ri 7i to llUlboIIoocbInnI lbS 47 to IbollI lb smite Tolhw hfJd aatto twt their awn roirrrfno Lon pld lOIh lVJJilTOKv tll trine la lb 111 iii litJ fl3i Mlhl7Mi lXJIh Rrr to randy IIHi cnJ iSIiii6 t tb13 ttf f end Mw5flrorISlbtl77aelbltUIb 1710 In or lh rron IN Onler Iu there U prob anotbrt aloe In pi IM urou toast lit uStctval jl rBr M R 1bU taniw IJ L- mrmCC + f 9lD 111 f fCr A1cgelable PreporalionforAs sImilating lhefOOdnndne u1a Ling lite wdDow of N Promotes DigcslionChcerruJ ness lInd 1pumMorplline nor 1fincral NOrNA1It00TICJtaitdtNL4Sf1dG2Z ltAgfa Jars rma SJIt dwrzzgale 1frolsr I71w rorConsUpanon Worms Convulsions Fcverish ness and Loss OF SLEEP FAcSimile Signature or NEW YORK 01 b mniiUi old J 5 Diisy s 1 i N i s EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER NewRival IILeader Repeater Iiubt opon luring then take no and you will jet the bed hells that eroeyan buy ALL KEEP Teething Bowel to D ST CNlCACOTO OMAHA DoubleDaily Service New lino via nock ford Waterloo cllliluns librarysmoking rars cars free chair cars nd to the cnrtrrslcniHl torn tree ropy of Pictures and Not CnRouto HIilMrat lag this new lino from car Tickets ot agents C It K oomKvilnfr A 1L U T AChlra OK THIS our ANTTUIhO AIVKKT1SKI IN ITS KIIOLU INSIST UPON HAVlNfl WIIATTHKV ASK KOIt ALL BUUSTITUTK3 OH IMITATIONS Tiro Ilcllelnn for price of one The of tliU city are siring a package of liurnham Cream to purchaser of a package of Jellycon Both make delicious or bak- Ing the Cream in hot Jellycon in hot water Order LIVE STOGK We will duplicates of LIVE STOCI or any OTHER shown la any Kook at or below quoted prices for same A N KIIIOQQ NEWSPAPER T3t w mrtu MI ctiiciuiiati u leeBeae t t ia Most knows = = somethJngabout = SOldVirginia Cheroots s as 300000000 of them are beings smoked this year Ask anybodyabout = them if you have never smoked them r= yourself They have made their reputation and their own place Sin the cigar trade wholly on their a a merits Three good smokes for five = cents and no waste I g Three hundred million Old Virginia Cheroots smoked this gg year Ask own dealer 5 cents e le m l ImI Q HALFAIRAIIILOAD COFFEER HTonltrflfor SPECIAL bARGAINS tenllifaupedor dceupFn Intli 8ao101l not rQerome Inrl1OfIBilnilnmatnlcnilcrs pfomiowe Splendid liloroiiul II5tedlpl f71JJi frbInII Oflldrnlllocholr blcnIJtr MlUnUl Ijjfl ordering frnmdny ooTrur JPFCIAL RARCA COFFEE iawurtraatpuaUOaT 1OGf iiUITLV HOUSE itO MIIJ RI lNlAlVISHltlKI yt f J IJf 5 is i II t 1 i ceslaus NtW Taaa and others THEM DR E E Makes Easy Rdltvu i CJ M LOUIS MO DubuqliF fort- liairo Uunet sleeping recllninc ninrcn window Unto 11ANSOV nBADRIW PAPER DKStlllsa TQ COLUMNS IIKFLSIKO Derot Grocer Custard each Hasty desserts without cooking Dissolve Custard milk Hasty todiy GUTS furnish SPECIMEJ COt i your Price for CASTO RIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears thes- lgrllatUre oft In- Use For Over Thirty Year- sCASTORIA WNO HESTER DEALERS Irritation Digestion Regulates thedMOFfEIT1SlaJS Strengthen ofCastsOrmane3eents MOFFETT Uurnhama t Ii New s i Railroad to iS San Francisco S S Santa Fe Route by S S its San Joaquin Valley Extension S S The only line with track and trains under one management all the way from Chicago S to the Golden Gate- S Mountain passes S extinct volcanos Spetrified forests o prehistoric ruins Indian pueblos Yosemite Grand Canon of Arizona en route Same highgrade 0service that has made o the Santa Fe the is SfavoriteS Southern California Fast schedule Pull man and Tourist- S sleepers daily Free reclining chair cars Harvey ueais- throughoutS IS SGeneral Passenger Office- S The AtchIson Topeka 4 Santa re Ry S COICAOO SSSS tAILSheat VKK In time Sold bTilrucclM 11 j0E 1KUO WHEN VUIT iO TO AJlVRKTinClIM please stale Unit you flAW the AdTcrtlo went la thii puper g r y p your PenrwindowsNIliand11bldofnutkltaaUter1 windowa e70lUthergrr4Unpreportioa5101turpnceOFPeM iiyuureadnatesod ewld 11rtiEELllOOFINQ and t rat bouahd a1111Nrntd Prick sumne per squre ZIeOorrueilnl booing per 6273 16adnt 1 Co 1In1M Op Qooaut Con ialooriholnolIorcrfrloIS30J Tbee MeofaIahowlhlnlT- tS ene p u lib eb WAJTEpTbo andpnkalroMdrP iSI in it at wbolcalo ra W Orwry ever two Ittlnstir n ebenamrodaddrreof rrrrmare I8Iiryelaensertbinglaabineuuldtrubprtiojgnnd Sma1wownUforPgpaGSAIATA OQUD uI Uuwaa4CUU7otaintoa Wrga tare as aii T rot aODSRTS 6UPPLY EIOUSE Kinnpapolic Minn F Lfv TH Tribute to Helen Gould Miss Helen Gould who recently visited Berea and Richmond nnd who was the recipient of many courtesies while here is without doubt tho uncrowned queon of Amo rica The folowing tributo paid her by Congressman Chas B Landis is altogether lovely I will not attempt to specify the numerous projects of clarity that have been given lifo and vigor by Miss Gould I know her gifts of recent years hare passed tho million dollar mark Would you have an idea of her personality Ifso think of a good young woman in your own town who loves her parents and her home who is devoted to the church who thinks of the poor on Thanksgiving day and Christmas whose face is bright and manner unafected whoso dress is elegant in its simplicity who takes an interest in all things from polities to religion whom children loco and day laborers greet by reverently lift ing the hat and who if she were graduated from a homo seminary or college would receive a bouquet from every boy in town If you can think of such a young woman and nearly every community has one and ninetynine times out of a hundred she is poor you can have a fair idea of tho impression mado on a plain man from a country town in Indiana by Miss Gould Helen Miller Gould is just at tho threshold of her beautiful care r What a promise is thero in her life and work for the coming century She has pledged her fortune for a hall of fame on the campus of the New York University overlooking tho Harlem River It will have tablets for tho names of fifty distinguished Americans and proud will be the descendants of thoso whoso names are inscribed thereon The human heart is tho tablet THE WEBNTZ I t upon which Miss Gould has inscribed her name and her hall of faro is as high as tho republic itselfPanto Clay County Ogle Wm Wolfe will teach at Indian Grave Branch M II Frederick will teach at Mud lick this summer Wm Ilibbard and his family have the whooping cough Gilbert G Root will teach tho Low er Otter Creek school Miss Susan Smith of Flat Lick will teach hero this summer John Grey shot and slightly wound ed John Asher on Bills Branch a few duys since- Although they have been delayed by tho rains farmers say they will soon bo ready for layin by James Mills an old citizen of Knox county passed through hero on his way homo from Manchester last Monday Owsley County Gabbard Albert Gabbard is at South Boone vile this week John L Gabbard went to Boone villo last Sunday Merideth Gabbanl went to Boone rifle Wednesday Murriau Bailey has built a store house at this place James Gabbard visited relatives on Cow Creek Sunday John Rose of Eversole gave tho young folks of that place a supper John W Wilder of Clover Bottom Jackson county is hero on his wheel Mrs Laura Moore of Borea is visit ing relatives at this place and Ever sole pipe Stock Trotting Pacing Running Male Races f Free THB HUNGARIAN BOYS MILITARY BAND 85 Fins Lads direct from Hungary In Dally Concerto 33 PAM- ILY6lIElmER86 Aerialists Supreme graphThe Counties Attractlona Theee celebrated families will glvo FREE PERFORMANCES each day In front of the grand stand THE WLLWOKTH FAM- ILY8iIEMBERS8 Unrivaled Acrobats The ARCA IAN VICILAextensive and attractive array of amuse Will Include the most gorgeous t meat features the best and highest priced artists and the grandest aggre underand modem TOrMISSeITanngregated one management YOU CANT AFFORD i E W SHANKUN Secretary Lexington Ky Excursion ratea on all railroads See posters and small hand bills CIIANCIIonImtnoul Merideth Gabbard will loach tho school nt thus place and T P Gab bard will teach at Grassy Branch Messrs Sidney and W B Combs of Tyuer Jackson county visitedro latives at this placo and Eversolo last week Jackson County i Clover BottomtThos Powell is very low with measles and fever Mr Sydney Combs of Tyner was hero July Cth on business D M Click and daughter Eva returned from Berea Friday Allen Powell census enumerator returned to his homo at Alcorn lastc FridayFreddie and Gracie the infllntt children of Mr and Mrs Wm Jones are sick Principal Marsh of Bcrea passed through hero Friday en routo to Boouevillo Mr E M Sponco and son Leonard of Berca stayed at John Durhams Friday night Misses America and Annie Kimber tin called on Miss Agues Rucker Thursday afternoon Mr D M and Misses Eva and Elu ten Click had a pleasant time riding over tho rougher parts of the county this wool Uncle Den and aunt Jane Durham with their little granddaughter Bessie visited Mr James Durham ThursdayMr Click and Miss Lydia Williams were united in marriage July 5th at live oclock p m Rev J H Parsons officiating Tho happy couple have our best wishes Couuty InstitutesI Laurel and Whitley counties combined London The last week in July Leslie County Hyden July 16 Jackson County McBeeJuly 23 Owsloy County BoonovilleAug Clay County Burning SprintIi August 13IColored Institutes Prof F L Williams of Louisville Kyof tho class SO of Borea College willconduct the following institutes Bardstowu July 9 Sprinfield July 16 ColumbiaJuly 23- Greensburg July 30 LancasterAugust G RichmondAugust 13 VersaillesAugust 20 Warsaw August 27 Prof Monroe will conduct the fol lowing institutes ParisAugust GlasgowAugust 9 FradkliuAugust 16 CadizAugust 23- StanfordAugust 80 What among human ills are more annoying than piles The afllctions that prevent active exercise are bad enough but one that makes oven rest miserable is worse Women aro among its greatest martys Tnblora Buckeye Pile Ointment wilo euro the most obstinate cases Price 60 eta in bottle tubes 75c S E Welch Jr ACROSS THE COLLEGE GREEN BEREA COLLEGE HAS 15 BUILDINGS BEREA COLLAGE IOVNDEUI Over 20 teachers 700 students from 20 states Best Library in Kentucky o Saloons DEPARTMENTS For those NOT sufllcicntly advanced to get n teachers certificate- I Trade Schools Carpentry Housework Printing two years II Model Schools preparing for Normal andtho advanced courses For those sulllclently advanced to get n teachers certificate III Farming and Agriculture gardening stockraising forestry etctwo years IV Domestic Science Sowing Cooking etatwo years V Normal Course for teachers three years with practice teaching VI Academy Course four years fitting for College for business and for life For those more advanced VII College Courses Philosophical and Literary Adjunct Departments VIII MusicHood OrunlJ Choral free Vocal Piano Theory IX Berea General Hospital Two COOUo in tho taro of tho sick Borea places the best education in reach of all ItL JlCt a moneymaking institution Its instruction is a free gift It to help thoso who valuo education at d xrfli fcsJp charges u small incidental foe to moot expenses of the school apart from instruction Pfvrfa must also rmr for their board Expenses for term 12 weeks may ho brought within 2J about half of which must bo paid in advance The school is endorsed Congregationalists Disciples Methodists Presbyterians and good people of- all denominations For information or friendly advice address the VicePresident GEO T FAIItClIILD Lit D Berca MaUUou Co Ky 1 SPECIAL DEPARTMENTS THE HOME Killuxl by MM KATE ICTNAM Teacher In IJercn College Uses of Gum Arabic Among small children when it is hard to administer medicine one will find gumdrops invaluable for sooth a cough or for sore throat whore thorois greet irritation without tho dangerous white spots The cheap grade of gumdrops are the best for the purpose as there is little sugar in them they can bo given in any quanity as the only effect they can have is to loosen the bowels which a is tho fit thing required iu such It is surprising how quickly they willsmooth over an irritated throat and a cough is often stopped entirely by the use of only a few of them If one prefers a gumsyrup can bo made for tho same purpose and in that way ono can bo sure that time gum is puro- Procure onefourth of a pound of the best gum arable and your over it ono half pint of hot water cover tightly and lot it remain until tho gum is all dissolved Then add onefourth of pound of granulated sugar and one half n gill of lemon juice Place it over the tire and let simmer slowly for ton minutes then bottle and cork tightly as it is ready for use Water may be added if desired whoa taking tho taking the syrup In cases of severe sickness when thirst becomes troublesome the fol will be found of use To ono teaspoonful of powdered gum arabic add two teaspoonfuls of pure glycerine best together thorougly then add a glassful of cold water with u little lemonjuice to give it flavor A small sip of the liquid will quench the thirst at onco but it cnn be taken as freely as desired being perfectly harmlessGum makes ono of tho bestt cements known for mending broken china Take n teaspoonful of thngum enough water to dissolve it them in plaster of Paris till it is thick like cream use at ono applying to the broken edges with a sump brush and pressing carefully together It is so white and shining that it leaves almost no trace of tho break and holds like iron On account of time plaster of Paris hardening so quickly only u small quantity should bo mado at a time and that used as quickly as possible Onward nnd Sunward Others shall sing the song Otters shall right the wrong Finish what I begin And all I fail of win What matter I or they Mine or another day So the right word is said And life thin sweeter made Hail to the coming singers Hail to tho bravo lightbringers Forward I reach and share All that they sing and dare I feel the earth move sunward 1 join tho great march onward And take by faith while living My freehold of thanksgiving WIIITTIEH A little bit of Hope Makes a rainy day look gay And n little bit of Charity Makes glad n weary way A little bit of Patience Often makes tho sunshine como And a little bit of Lore Makes a happy homo What shall I do to be forever known Thy duty ever This did full many who yet sleep un known Oh never newer Thinkst thou perchance that they re main unknown Whom thcu knowst not By angel trumps in heaven their praise is blown Divine their lot SCIIILLEH promillle9Horse Show Fair and Carnival Aug 1318 Is your liver tired Does it fail to do its duty If so dont neglect its call for help A few doses or Ilerbine may save you a spell of sickness Herbiuo is the only perfect liver medicine It cures chills and fever Price 50 cts S E Welch Jr Imperfect digestion and assimila tion produce disordered conditions of the system which grow and aro con firmed by neglect Hcrbino gives tono to tho stomach and causes good digestion Price BO ctsI81700 given away to Shorthorn cat tie alono at the Lexington Horse- Show Fair and Carwival Aug 1318 THE SCHOOL Americanism Cnminetuxinciil Oration Illtn liy E Clmplu a member ol the cnuiiallngcla of Jlcrra College Americanism has meant much RnelI has done much in the past but it means oven more und is to do oven moro for time future in the advancement of Christian civilization It moans the working out of such prob lems as have faced ninny other nations anti intro proved the overthrow of not few it means also a struggle withI now problems which have arisen under now conditions Some distinctively American problems are before us nt the present time Tho difficulties of tho Itacn Question almost fill us with misgivings time complexity of the problem ns to capital and labor almost defy solution tho question of terri tonal expansion and tho consequent extension of Americanism is demand ing our attention now as rover before The task before us is not nn easy one amid these questions are not to bit settled by tho North or time South or time East or tho West mono they con cern our country as n whole But the doing of great timings has fitted us to do yet greater things and tho lritumphs of tho past give us hope that a by consecrated mind united effort wo shell solve the problems that are hero and meet limo difficulties that shall come In Americanism lies time hope of the future not for ourselves alone but for tho world It means not only time solution of own problems but it moans bearing a hand in the solution of world problems It is riot too notch to say that tho attitude of America for the next tow years will determine tho welfare of South America of Europe and of Asia America in view of hor present jx sition and influence hns Iwth a right and u duty to exorcise authority be yond her own shores but American ism is not imperialism rime ooustuln lion may not always follow tho ling immediately but time spirit of Ameri canism follows time flag and already is righting the wrongs which centuries of Spanish oppression have wrought in Porto Rico and time Phillipines Wo have mado wonderful advance ment along commercial lines and are daily opening up new avenues of trade but Americanism is not com mercialism Wo have distinguished ourselves money makers and are lending tho world in material prosperity but Americanism is not materialism If we look for tho truest and best examples of Americanism wo stall not find them in men whoso horizon is bounded by tho milled edge of tho almighty dollar nor in men who are bending ever energy to time fulfill meat of selfish ambition but woshnll find them in men who bo thoy small or great are actuated by time firm purpose to servo their God by sening their country nnd their fellow mou We shall find them men whom the world Is proud to honor who havo achieved noble things not only for their country but for humanity ns well True Americanism stands bodied forth at tho mention of such tinmen as Washington Franklin Hamilton Adams Webster Gurficld Lincoln men who have been n glory to our past and are nn inspiration to our future Americas history Is brilliant with achievements but her prospect is still moro bright with possibilities May her torch of liberty which has for moro than a century led time advanc ing columns civilization never grow dim may hor spirit of unity and equality never bo supplanted by tho spirit dissension or of caste may tho wheels of her progress never cease to turn and may the Americanism of the future outgrowing time imperfections of tho present prove time crown ing triumph of tho ages N 0 NON NOlOtlNON O Until Fnrte Notice Subscribers to THE CITIZEN Bladr also Me Toledo The Louisville Commercial For SOc a Year All for J 00 a year Dont Miss It Come at Once subscriptions must como IAll OSNNONSNO TilE CITIZEN THE FARM IMItcU by 8 C hums ITofewor ol Horti culture Il rrit College New Uses For Cure Tho following is a list of tho products now being manufactured from without limo uso of nay other component material Mixing gluecoso of throo kinds used by refiners of table syrups brewers leather manufacturers Jolly tankers fruit preservers and apothe cariesCrystal gluocoso of four kinds by iniiniifnctiiringcoiifootioncrH Grape sugar of two kinds used by brewers principally anti also by tan nersAnhydrous sugar used by ale nUll boor brewers and apothecaries Pearl starch used by cotton and paper mills Refined grits used in tho place of brewers grits they are giving bettor results Flourinu used by mixers of Hour without detriment except ns to time fettling that n corn product is Inking tho place of n wheat product Lour kinds of dextrine used by fiuo fabric makers paper lox tankers mucilage mend gate maker npotho timid many industries requiring strong adhesive agent Corn oil used by table oil mixers lubricating oil mixers manufacturers of fiber shade cloth maaiifncturvrn paint manufacturcrn nod in many similar industries whore vegetable oils are employed Corn oil cake gluten fowl chop few 1 and gluten meal all caltloftt InJ stuffs of n very grade nml capable of being fed scientifically with super for ndvnntugos Rubber mikstittite a RiibtUitun for crude rubber and very extensively used Corn germ a material from which the oil amid cake are obtained British gum n starch which makes very adhusivo medium and is used by textile mills for running their eel ors ns well ns by mnl1llrncturOIH who require n very strong adhesive me dium that contains no trace of ncid Granulated gum which compotes with gum nrnbin is used lucrfully u its place nail finds a ready pro orouco by reason of time absence of any offensive odor Probably time most important iu tho above list of products in rubber substitute tho substance which Chicago chemists have recently brought to perfection This new rubber mado From tho waste of ordinary yellow corn will cheapen time price of rubber goods 2t per cent Corn rubber must le combined with nn equal quantity of Para rubber to give it general utility Twenty chemists have been employed nt tho Chicago refinery for a year in bringing this now rubber to perfection The greatest difficulty lias boon to mnko n product that would resist lent At last the cho misUt havo developed a quality of corn rubber that will bend stretch and show nil the resilency of tho best Para which is the standard of commerce In the manufacture of gluecoso part of the corn about 5 ller cent could not bo utilized This waste in what will bo transformed into tho now sub stitato for rubber Corn rubber tins almost the slime appearance ns tho ordinary reddish brown India rubber Oil of corn from which principally tho rubber in made does not oxidize readily Its tendency toward oxida tion is ono of tho principal defects of India rubber Tho chemists who have been working on tho corn rubber de clare this to bo nn enormus advan tage for the now product Articles manufactured from it will nlnnys re main pliable and not crack It is cal culated that corn rubber cat be sold at six cents n pound It can bo adapt ed to nearly all tho uses to which or dinary rubber is put from bicycle tires to linoleum Dr Bartons New Novel Threo yenta ago a brilliant and nl trendy distinguishLIclergjmnn then of Boston published A Hero in Homespun a romance of unknown types and lhasR of lifo in time moun el1tuokyI KentuckyLifemountain life with iU wealth of amusing peculiarities sad it also has n it pictures conditions attendant upon tho antislavery movement anti tho days of tho war interest of a treasure search tune through tho talc since the aim thor has adriotly utilized a mountain legond of a lost mine Pino Knot is a romance racy of tho soil in n true sense n story fresh and thoroughoutDYork