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TUB CITIZEN from January 1002 for Clrcolitloi 1000 An Independent Weekly Devoted to the Interests of the Home School and Farm 60 c a + VOL II BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY NOVEMBER 81900 NO THE Rev JOHN DODWELL Manager- With strung Muff of Killlon and Cur rrnpomlrnti Knlertti at IV Pottofet at flow Ay oe eeeo eras mnttmalltr IDEAS Every day is a little life An expensive full suit One settled by a jury Seasonable lessouat the cook schoolWhat know now is the pledge of fuller and more perfect knowledge Tho value of knowledge depends moro upon its certainty than upo iU quantity A teacher asked a class to write a essay on Tho Result of Laziness and one of the bright but lazy boys in the class handed in as his composition a blank sheet of paper Whenever God intimates His will nm and you will find the cross will grow very light to willing feet It i heavy to tho man who crawls bu light to the man who runs Aikan TAKE NOTICE Supt C A King will deliver the lecture Tuesday evening Subject SUPCMS President Frost preaches Sunday 3 p m at Red Hill School House at night at Thomas School House both near Panola Estill County novoC 0 Clark the Rocky Mountain Evangelist will preach at tho Boroa Church house Sunday morning and Sunday and Wednesday nights FROM THE lID WORLD Cotton crop in Egypt has failed Carlist uprisings are booming fre fluent in Spain British manufacturers have reds the pries of iron on aooount of American eompotion The Powers have practically freed upon an open door polhy in China I is said in Washington that the retire ment of Emprwts Dowager tbera lion of an indemnity fund and the abolition of the Tsung LiTamen will be demanded IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Yellow fever at Natchez bliss Ex Mayor Stowe of Now York died FridayPearls have been discovered in tile upper Mississippi river At Mansfield Ohio Dowie elders were driven out of town by a mob John Wanamaker has put up f50 coo to bo new in detecting election frauds Tho population of the United Stats in 7GJ5ZO In 1890 it 63009750 U S Battle ship Kentucky ha boon repaired and bus again started on her secret mission to China COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Guy Boekhatn will marry bliss Jean Fugue of Ownnnljoro Nov 21 Tile Court of Appeals upholds thn decision of the lower court in the eases of the minor state officials Morgan County is under quarantine because of an outbreak of small pox at Cauey Easter Taylor colof Lexington aged 108 years died and was buried Nov GreonGolden accused of complicity in the murder of Geobel was ad witted to bail in the sum of 15000 FridayRobert Trumbo age 15 of near Winchester was killod by tho acciden tal discharge ofa shot gun in tho hands of a companion last week Inspector Fred Best of the United States Post offico Department is in Paris nnd has examined the books and accounts of the Paris postoffice which was recently reported as showing a shortage in its cash account A discrepancy of 1392 31 was found to exist which was made good by Postmaster Bosloy who will retain tho office A vacancy exists in the office of Deputy Postmaster Ex If you have sore throat soreness across the back or side or your lungs feeleore or tender or you ara threatened with diphtheria or pneumonia apply Ballard Snow Liniment exter nally and use Cousins Honey of Tar- S E Welch Jr 500IHE CITIZEN I YearI CITIZEN Locals and Personals Miss Katherine Bullis is sick at the HospitalHarry Coddington came from Per due Intl to vote Lucas tins retired from the adlumbar business Fred M Judson loft Wednesday for Weiser Idaho Mrs Sallio Bales has moved into the Morgan house on Center St Rev 0 Roxford Raymond came from the mountains to vote A son was born to Mr end Mrs agoI B P Alton came in from the mountains to vote 1J Burdotte carpenter andeon tractor has nine unfinished buildings 1on hand Mrs Will Gabbard of Silver Creek died Monday night The funeral we at Silver Creek Bro Fee voted for John G Wool ey Prohibition canidato not for W J Bryan aa reported Halltn Mary Bakers birthday Aliases Mary Nixon and Edith Ir vine arrived yesterday from the North ceded Mr and Mrs 0 E Nixon Miss Nettie Johnson of the Blue Lick neighborhood is taking the Course in Nursing at the Hospital KiN Myrtle Burr and Mr Claud Schram who were sick slut week are able to bo in the class room again Mrs Matt Gentry who has been writing her mother lira Eliza Dal lard routrns home to Lexington Ky Saturday G L Griffin of Pulaski has ar rived in town Ha brings with hi two daughters and a son is studen for tho College school Rer John B Whitohill of the class of 08 has had a pastoral barge dur ling the past year and is now a eta dent at Auburn Theological Semi nary Auburn N Y Ohiothas the contract to lay the cament walk leading from Chestnut Avenue to tho Presidents residence Philip Bauer student in Berea in Ofi and 97 now pastor of the Baptist Church at Cold Springs N Ywas married last Juno Ho sends cordial greetings to his Boron friend Mr Will Citudcos sister Mrs Anna Smith nee Kugor and hue baud of Springfield N Yvisited Mr and Mrs Caudee st Weiser Idaho last mouthrH Smith IB known to many friends in Boroa IMadison CountyI iLncoo Lautnr of near Doylosville while out hunting lust week accident youthsmuch loved and respected Gibon t Turley report the horse and mull market brisk a number of good horses goiug at 50 to 200 Mules were greatly in demand at f6O to 160 Dillardand Richard Garrett of Jackson county were arrested late yesterday charged with stealing a bunch of eleven aattle from Maj John D Harris There is at effort on foot in the county to have a Game Warden ap pointed by the County Court who will have authority to arrest violator of the game law The second meeting of the Madi son county Medical Society was held in tho courthouse Saturday afternoon Owing to Dr Hockadaya declining to accept the presidency of the socie ty Dr M C Heath was unanimously chosen to fill that office The next meeting will be held the first Satur day in DecemborIautagraph November court is always the largest of the year and yesterday was a record breaker in point of attend ance John Robinsons circus in its palmiest days never drew such an immense throng aa was gathered here yesterday Tho election was tho principal drawing card and business was a sort of a side issue Especially was this true of the stock markets Norris Bros report only COO cattle at their yards and few of thorn told The prices ranged from 2Jo to 4o About 600 bogs were offered but were unsold as we went to press the best figure offered being 4e ILLUaM McaIN IttoDORC ROotlfl THE PEOPLES CHOICE Our Salutations to the Newly Elect ed President and Governor The country will breathe more isspassed Much over the contention between the great political parties has been un necessary Probably no political party would ruin the country As an independent paper the CITIZEN has given the news with few comments When election day came we suppose some of the editors correspondents and friends of the CITIZEN voted for every party in the field In the movement for the election of Mr Yerkes as Governor of Kentucky there was a union of Democrats Prohibitionists and Republicans so that he could not be called a partisan candidate Now that the peoples choice has been made all good citizens will come forward with best wishes for havetopower coming years Good Christians will remember the biblical injunction to pray for rulers and all in author ity The President of the United States is not the president ofa party but the president of the entire people The governor of the stale is as much obligated to protect those who voted against him as those who voted for him and those who voted against him on their part are under as much obligation to sustain and support him in every way in his public duties as though he had been the man of their choice In entering upon his highoffice for a second term President McKinley has the opportunity to perform the highest service to his country He will not be planning to secure A reelection but will give his entire attention to the welfare of the country He is sustained by an able company of experienced public officers and his second term ought to be made one whichwill avoid the errors and increase the merits of his first term Governor Yerkes also enters up on his difficult task with some ad vantages He has had the sup port ofmany of the best men in all parties and he will certainly have their good wishes now To the managers of tke Repub lican Party there has now come an opportunity to give to the country good government and prosperity If the managers of the Republican Party know what they are about if they are willing to act unselfish ly and for the public good tbey may secure for their Party a long lease of power Ifon the other hand they shall be selfish and reckless let them remember that an other election is coming The CITIZEN and all independent vot ers will reserve their judgment and be ready at the next election to reward those who have done well and condemn those who may have done otherwise A Card Rev J G Fee desires to express his sincere thanks to the students and teachers of Beraa College his friends in Bores and the paoplo of Camp Nelson for the kindness shown him by the gift of a comfortable rolling chair Pleasant and Grateful Surprise A number of college students and friends of tho venerable John 0 Foe have for somotimo been planning to show their love and ostoom for that worthy agedsniilt Owing to injuries received from a fall while at Camp Nelson Brother Pee has been for some time unable to walkand it was decided to purchase for his use and comfort a rolling chair which was done and last Wednesday evening Brother Fee was carried out on tho piazza where he was met by a company of friends who much to his Hurpriso and pleasure presented him with the chair A noat presentation speech was made by Mr Lori Beatty who has boon specially active in raising funds for tho purchase of tho chair Brother Foe responded in words of feeling and gratefulappreciation Why Prayer are Hot Answered How do I know that it is of any use to pray repeated Aunt Doreas poising her knitting needles and look inK at the questioner Did you ever send a telegraph message Well how do you know there was anybody at the other end of the win or that your message went where you wanted it to got Because I reoeivtd an answer Well thats the same way I know that prayers are heard bavso Ive had the answer Maybe if you had only left your message at the telegraph office given no address and gone oa your way without waiting or looking for any re ply you wouldnt belisvain telegrams either That is the way a good many people send their messages to Ood and even when the askodfor blaming comM to them thy either forget that they ever prayed for it or they sail it one of the things that would have happened anyway Advocate and Guardian Do Your Best It is said that once when Sir Mich ael Costa was having a rehearsal with a vast array of performers and hun dreds of voices as the mighty chorus rang out with thunder of the organ androll1 drums and ringing horns and cymbals clashing some ona man who played the piccole far away up in soma corner said within himself tin all this din it matters not what I do and so ha ceased to play Suddenly the great instructor atop ped flung up his hands and all was still and then ho criedaloud Where is the piccolo The quick ear missed it and allwas spoiled be cause it failed to take its part 0 my soul do thy part with all thy might Little thou mayest be insig nificant and hidden and yet God seeks thy praise He listens for it and all the musia of His groat universe is made richer and sweater be cause thou givast him thanks Bless the Lord 0 my soul Mary Guy Paarao Infant mortality is something frightful Nearly onequarter die boo fore they reach one year one third before they are five and one half before they are fifteen The timely use of White Cream Varmifuge would 51TS a majority of these precious Price 26 913 Welch Jr WiMTKDACTIVB MAN OV GOOD CRAft cter to dcllter aDd collect ID Kentucky for old tUbllibnl mtnuficturlnt wbolMtl bouie F o3yarsure p 7 Honesty more Ihn expert anJcllJMtnuhcturen atbora Cblctgo Repair That Loom YARD Good Homespun Linen 4Oc II II Llnosoy 6Oc Patent diN sot received Old fashioned Indigo blue prcferrtd Good Homespun Jeans BOc Dross Flannel 6Oo Good Coverlids well woven and matched from four to six dollars It is a groat thing that Bores Col lego is finding a chance for tho moun tam women to got good money for their homespun Ladies who visit Berea from Louis Villo and Chicago and othercities like to got things like those their grand mothers used to make And they think the homespun more beautiful na well as more durable than factorymade- We wish the name of every lady who can spin weave or dye Address Miss Josephine A Robinson Berea Ky Look for new Derolopmenls in Tn CITIZBV shortly uoit Read Reflect Act Mr Covington of Covington Mitchell has purchased the interest of Mr Mitchell deceased from the administrators toy obligationsbyness in our career Our entire stock in this short time must Ibe converted into money and we know of no better way to bring about this result quick than t t Extraordinary Low Prices tAfter a careful consideration we concluded to name such Low Prices on every item in our store as will cause people I to wonder It has taken a great deal of courage to do this at the beginning of the Fall Season But we figure on doing a 1 mendous volume of business and at the same time feel that treIgiving mighty values that we are going to make many new lasting Customers and increase the prestige of this store for future Now we know everybody knows that we always have I given the best merchandise the market affords For the Fall our stock of lisMens and Boys doing Furnishings Hats Loeso better stronger and More Original than ever tcourse the early buyers will get the cream of selection and those who grasp the opportunity now will show their good judgement Covington Mitchell Richmond Ky DO YOU SEE CLEAR tF NOT YOU MAY T A ROBINSON eta Jeweler and Optician Jfe Mala Street Beret Ky Will scientifically examine your eyes FBKB and then for a reasonable charge will fit you with spectacles enable you to see olearly Robinson sells Fine Jewelry and Nice Novelties Robinson sets your time correct Take your crippled clock or watch to him Two Necessities For every Student Parker Jolntliss Fountain Pen The Stadents Standard Dictionary The Dictionary is compiled specially for Students and is recommended by Dr Fairchild Come and see them at College Book Store Room 3 Lincoln Hall Perry F Shrock Proprietor Junele1U01 for Reilew of Reileis 250 Review of Review meet be anew ub cilpllOQ all olhen nw er ld McClure 100 Current Literature 300 Success 100 The Citizen 50 Home MagaeInr bt la e1 OMBupolltaa 00 E B Berea Kentucky CsFe HANSONS LIVERY LEWIS A DAVIS Medicine and Berea Ky Office in Hanson Bid t2soo IDEJVTAL SURGERY SMITH D D S Smith Building Main Street Richmond Ky TUpIioo0 ItMldene No OS Office No 60 J C MORGAN Dental SurgeryOffice Houn 3 to It A M ltoPU National Bank Building Richmond Ky Center Street Art I OGQ Proprietor Uptodate Photos Nothing but the host finish at the lowest price Grand Clubbing Offer 1 I900 in Magazines only 450 100- Cosmopolltlll Petenoai will McCOY Dentist ALL SIXsent to one or separate addresses for 12 months for 460 Address M orders to THE CITIZEN BEREA KENTUCKY i i i Douglas Bross Latest Styles R pliable MerchantsRichmonds leading Shoe and Gents Furnishing Goods Retailers Boots Shoes Hats Caps a Gents Fornisiiings We wish to announce to the of Berea and vicinity that we are showing this FALL the most Complete Stock ever shown in this city As usual with us everything bought here can be relied upon as being the best and the prices as being the lowest Call and see our line before buying elsewhere 207 WEST MAIN STREET Surgery Gallery- C Douglas Bro- sRiohrnond Ky 207 WESTMAIN STRE ET Berea College Winter Term opens December 12 1900 t v I I V C I 6RIGADltQ GENE t- tPCHKR Copyithi list ty F Tennyson Neely CHAPTER I Riding ot ease in the lazy afternoon sunshine a single troop of cavalry was threading its way In long column of twos through till bold and beautiful foothills of the Bighorn Ilehind them glinting in the slanting rays Cloud peak snow elad still although it was late In May towered above the pine crested summits of the range To the right and left of the winding trail bare shoulders of bluff covered oily by the dense carpet of bunch grass Jutted out Into the comparative level al the east ward plain A clear cold sparkling stream on whose banks the lit tie com maud had halted for n noontide rest went rollicking away northeastward and many a veteran trooper looked longingly even regretfully after it and then cast a gloomy glance over the barren and desolate stretch ahead Far as the eye could reach In that direction the earth waves heaved and rolled In unrelieved monotony to the very sky line save where here and there along the slopes black herds or scattered dots of buffalo ware grazing tinvexed by hunters red or white for this was 3 J years ago when In countless thousands the binon covered the westward prairies and there were officers who forbade their senseless slaughter to make food only for the worthless prowling coyotes Xo won der the trooper hated to leive the fool hills of the mountains with the cold clear trout stream and the bracing air to take to long days marching over dull waste and treeless prairie covered only by sagebrush rent and torn by dry ravines shadclcss sj riugless al most waterless save where In unwholesome hollows dull pools of stag pant water still held out against the sun or further still southeast among the breaks of the rooty forks of the South Cheyenne on the sandy flats men dug for water for their suffering horses yet shrank from drinking it themselves lest their lipashould crack and breed through the shriveling touch of the alkali Barely two years a commissioned of leer the young lieutenant at the head of the column rode buoyantly along caring little for the landscape since with every traversed mile he found himself just that touch nearer home Twentylive summers counting this one coming had rolled over his curly head and each one had seemed brighter happier than the lostall but the one he spent as a hardworked plebe at the military academy Ills gradua tion summer two years previous was a jlory to him as well as to n pretty sis ter young and enthusiastic enough to think a brother in the regulars just out of West 1olnt something to be made much of and Jessie Dean had lost no opportunity of spoiling her soldier br of wearying her school friends through telling of hs manifold perfect ions He was n manly stalwart hand some fellow as young graduates go and old ones wish they might go over again lie was u fond and not too teas ing kind of brother He wasnt the brightest fellow in the class by thirty odd and had barely scraped through one or two of his examinations but Jessie proudly pointed to the fact that much more than halt the class had scraped off entliely and therefore that those who succeeded In getting through at all were paragons especially Brother Marshall But girls at that school had brothers of their own girls who had never seen West Point fir had the cadet fever and were not Impressed with young officers as painted by so Indulgent a sister Most of the girls had tired of Jessies talks and some had told her so but there was one who had been sympathetic from the starta far western friendless sort of girl she was when first she entered school uncouthly dressed wretchedly homesick and anything but compan Io able and yet Jessie Deans kind heart had warmed to this friendless waif and she became her champion her ally and later much to her genu ine surprise almost her idol It presently transpired that the Poppoose as tin girls nicknamed her because it was learned that she had been rocked In an Indian cradle and had long worn moccasins instead of shoes which ac counted for her feet being so much finer in their shape than those of her fellows was quick and Intelligent be yond her years that though apparently hopelessly behind In all their studies it the start and provoking ridicule and neers during the many weeks of her loneliness and homcIonglng she sud denly began settling to her work with grim determination surprising her teachers and amazing her mates by the vim and originality of her meth ods and before the end of the year climbing for the laurels with a mental strength and agility that put other efforts to the blush Then came weeks of bliss spent with a doting father at Ntagara the seashore and the Point a hear old dad ns ill at case In eastern circles as his daughter had beep at that at school until he found himself welcomed with open nrms to the ole- ers racssroom at the Point for John Folsom was as noted a as ever trod the plains afrontlersmnnI cers of the cavalry and and honored as a square trader in Ibe Indian Country a man whom the j Indians themselves loved and trusted far and wide and when a man has won the trust and faith of an Indian let him grapple it to Ids breast as a treasure worth the having great even as the heart love of a child Sioux Shoshone and Cheyenne they would turn to Old John in their councils their dealings their treaties their per plexities for when he said a thing was right and square their doubts were gone and there at the Point the now wclltoAlo old trader mel men who had known him in bygone days at Taramic and Omaha and there his pretty schoolgirl daughter met her bosom friends big brother Marshall n first classman in all hit glory dancing with damsels In society while she was but n maiden shy in short dresses Oh how Jess hail longed to be of that party to the Point ht her home was in the fur west her father long dead and burled her mother an invalid and the child was needed there Earnestly had old Folsom written begging that she who had been so kind to his little girl should be allowed to visit the seashore and the Point with him and iappooseas he laughingly referred to her adopt ing the school name given by the girls but they were proud people were the Deans and poor and sensitive They thanked Mr Folsom warmly Jessie was greatly needed at home this summer was the answer but Folsom somehow felt It was because they dreaded to accept courtesies they could not repay in kind As if I could ever repay Jess for all the loving kindness to my little girl In her loneliness said he No there wasnodclicious visiting with Pappoose that summer but with what eager Interest had she not devoured the letters telling of the wonderful sights the little far westerner wtbe ocean the great Niagara the beautiful Point in the heart of the Highlands but above all that crooned monarch that plumed knight that incomparable big brother Cadet Capt Marshall Dean Yes he had come to call the very even ing of their arrival He had escorted them out papa and Pappoose to hear the band playing on the plain lIe hind made her take his arm a school girl In short dresses and promenaded with her up and down the beautiful shaded walks thronged with ladles officers and cadets while some old cronies took father away to the mess for a julep and Mr Dean had intro duced some young girls professors daughters and they had come and taken her driving and to tea and she had seen him every day ninny times a day at guard mounting drill pontoon ing or parade or on the hotel piazzas but only to look at or speak to for n minute for of course she was only a child and there were dozens of society girls young ladies to whom he had to be attentive especially a very stylish Miss Brockway from New York with whom he walked and danced n great deal and whom the other girls tried to tease about him Pappoose didnt write it in so many words but Jessie rending those letters between the lines and every which way could casIlydivincthatPappoose didnt fancy Miss Brockway at all And then had come n wonderful day n wonderful thing into the schoolgirls life Xo less than twelve pages did sixteen yearold Pappoose take to tell it and when a girl finds time to write a twelve pagelctter from the Point she has more to tell than nlie can possibly contain Mr Dean had actually invited her her Elinor Merchant FolsomWino na as they called her when she was a toddler among the tepees of the Sioux Pappoose as the girls had named her at school Nell as Jessie called her sweetest name of all despite the ring of sadness that ever hangs about It and Daddy had actually smiled and ap proved her going to the midweek hop on n cadet captains broad chevroncd arm and she had worn her prettiest white gown and the girls had brought her roses and Mr Dean had called for her before all the big girls and she had gone off with him radiant and he had actually made out her card for her and taken three lances himself and had presented such pleasant fet lowsfirst classmen and yearlings There was Mr Billings the cadet ad jutant and Mr Kay who was a cadet sergeant cut on furlough nail kept back but such a beautiful dancer and there was the first captain such a witty brilliant fellow who only danced square dances and several ca det corporals all hop managers rn their red sashes Why she was just the proudest girl in the room And when the drum beat and the hop broke up she couldnt believe shed been there an hour and threequarters and then Mr Dean escorted her hack to the hotel and Daddy lad smiled nail looked on and told him he must come Into the cavalry when he graduated netx June and hed slaw him the Sioux country nail Pappoose would teach him Indian dances It was all simply lovely Of course she knew it was nil due to Jessie that her splendid big brother should give up a whole evening from his lady friends Miss Irockway spoke so patronizingly to her In the hall when the girls were all talking together after the cadets lochIscurried away to answer tattoo call Of course site understood that It it hadnt been for Jecs c none of the cadets would have taken the slightest notice of her a more chit with three years of school still ahead of her But all the same it was some thing to live over and over again and dream of over and over ngain and the seashore seemed very stupid after the Point Next year next June when Marshall graduated Jessie was to go and see that wonderful spot and go she did with Pappoose too and though it was all ns beautiful as Pappoose hind described and the scene and the music and the parades and all were splendid there was no deliriously lovely hop for in those days there could be no dancing In the midst of examinations There was only the one great ball given by the second to the graduating class and Marshall had so many many older girls to dance with and say goodby to he had only time for n few words with his sister nail her shy silent little friend with the big brown eyes to whom he had been to kind the previous summer when there were three hops a week and not so many hoppers in long dresses Still Marshall had one dance with each and introduced nice boys from tin lower classes and it was all very well only not what Pappoose hail painted and Jessie couldnt help thinking and say Ing It might all have been so much sweeter If It hadnt been for that odious Miss Brockwny about whom Marshall hovered altogether too much but like the little Indian the girls sometimes snld she was Pappoose looked on and said nothing All the same Mr Dean had hind a glorious graduation summer of it though Jessie saw too little of him and Pappoose nothing at all after the breaking of the class In September the girls returned to school friends as close as ever even though a little cloud overshadowed the hitherto unbroken confidences and Marshall joined the cavalry as old Folsom lead suggested and took to the saddle the prairie the bivouac and buffalo hunt as though native and to the manner born They were building the Union Pacific then nail he and his troop with dozens of others scattered along the line were busy scouting the neigh borhood guarding the surveyors the engineers and finally the tracklayers for the jealous red men swarmed in myriads all along the way lacking only unanimity organization and leadership to enable them to defeat the enterprise And then when the whittling engines passed the forks of the Platte and began to climb up the long slope of the Rockies to Cheyenne and Sherman Pass the trouble and disaffection spread to tribes far more nUt memos and powerful further to the north and northwest and there rose above the hordes of warriors a chief vHi made let tab IU arm whose name became the synonym for deeprooted and determined hostility to the whites Machpcalota lied Cloudand old John Folsom he whom the Indians loved and trusted grew anxious and troubled and went from post to post with words of warning on his tongue Gentlemen he said to the commis stoners who came to treat with the Sioux whose hunting grounds adjoined the line of the railway its nIl very well to have peace with these people here It Is wise to cultivate the friendship of such chiefs as Spotted Tall and Old llInAfrahlot Ills Horses but there arc irreconcllables beyond them far more numerous and powerful who are planning preaching war tills mite ute Watch Red Cloud Red Dog Lilt tic Big Man Double treble your gar risons at the posts along the Rig Horn get your women iud children out of them or else abandon the forts entire ly I know those warriors well They outnumber you twenty to one Re enforce your garrisons without delay or get out of Unit country one of the two Draw everything south of the Platte while yet there is time But wiseacres nt Washington said the Indians were peaceable and all that was needed WRit a new post and another little garrison at Warrior lnp In the eastward foothills of the range Eight hundred thousand dollars would build It provided the labor of the troops was utilized and leave a good margin for the contractors and the bureau And it was to escort the quartermaster and engineer ofliccr anti an aidedecamp preliminary survey that C troop of the cavalry CajiL Brooks commanding had been sent on the march from the North Platte at Fctterman to the headwaters of the Powder river In the hills tun with It went Its new first lieutenant Marshall Dean CHAPTER n Promotion was rapid in the cavalry In those days so soon after the war Indians contributed largely to the gen eral move but there v ere other causes too Dean hind served little over a year as second lieutenant in a troop dolnlIduty along the lower Platte canrle occur ring gave him speedy and unlookedfor lift He had met Mri 1 Folsom only once The vetemu trader had embarked much of his capital In business nt Gate City beyond the Rock fee but officers from Fort Emory class to the new frontier town occasionally told him hi had won a stanch friend In that solid citizen You ought to get transferred to Emory they said Heres the band half n dozen pretty girls hops twice a week hunts and picnics all through the spring and summer In the moun talus fishing ad libitum and lots of fun all the yeararound lint Han cars were oddly deaf A classmate le fall the observation that It was be cause of a New York girl who hat jilt cd him that Dean had foresworn en clcty and stuck to n troop In the licit but men who knew and served with the young fellow found hint an enthusiast In his profession passionately fund of cavalry life in the open n bold rider a keen shot and a born hunter lp with the dawn day after tiny In saddle long hours scouting the divides cud ridges stalking antelope and blacktall deer chasing buffalo he lived n life that hardened every muscle bronzed the kin cleared the eye and brain and gave tocvvit monotonous existence a verve and zest the dawdlers in those oldtime garrisons never knew ITo no Continued A Innurr ni Ilnllncliintlan I saw n shrewd and successful gen tleman who on my being introduced said he was glut to have a talk with a nerve doctor for he thought there was something wrong Then he told his tale says the London Lancet which was that he was pestered by gangs of gypsies who appeared every where Hi said that he had just conic in from chasing them in his garden for whet ever he looked out he saw them pnlliog up Ills shrubs I said But the shrub arc not removed how do you account for this He said Well It is hard to tell but 1 still feel that they do it and when I awake in the morning see the same gypsies unlnjrinv toothbrush and my hcirbrushrs I Jump up only to find that they have disappeared He admitted the absurdity of the whole thing but yet he said he fet It Will true and he must act upon hl belief What might have proved a serious hues followed the pcrtistrnt hallucination for before I insisted on his withdraw ing from nil business he had on one bank holiday gone to lis ofilec and looked through his private safe with its very valuable securities before leaving he thought he MW his ton in the adjoining ogee and tott him to put the things away and to lock the safe The sou WHS a hallucination and it was only by accident that the son discovered the state of affairs before the others arrived next day lie Was Arniril In the Joys when highwaymen were more numerous and successful than they are at present It was the common practice of the natives to travel un armed and submit tamely to robbery With foreigners n different sentiment prevailed The author of Mexicans ni Home tulle a good story of a German who traveled In that country rue gentleman alway carried arms with every intention of using them rather than allow himself to bt robbed On one occasion when be was traveling by diligence In the Interior he being the only pannongcr armed the coachman suddenly pulled up anti announced tint robbers were in sight The German prepared to defend the conch but the other passengers begged him not to do so UK this might compromise them Consequently when the robbers came up he jumped out and going to the side of the road culled out that they were qute welcome to rob all the other passengers but that they would please first take down his portmanteau and place It beside him This they did nnd when they hind robbed the others he ordered that his portmanteau should be replaced which was done He then took ids seat in the coach nnd the journey was resumed Youths Compan ion At luric Do you mean to tell me that that maneating lion of yours got loose nnd wandered out into the streets Yts answered the proprietor of the show and a lot of trouble ho made us Did you have any dlfllculty in catching him- I should say 1101 It was hours be fore we could get near enough to lead him back to his cage You see some of tin bail boys of the town had tlid n tin CUll to his tnilWash ington Star iinulili llncUfu There scents to be smiles nil ovi your face this morningINo wonder tierce n new baby down nt our house Ilm lIdII new piano Well youll get precious little rest In the future hImlllclIpiano the piano males such n racket you cant hear the baby Chicago Dally Xcw S ilniiilnllnn tliinepeminrj You think I had better simulate insanity said the accused roan I do answered the adviser Whals the hest way Well youre no actor of course If I were you Id get some war maps of South Afrlrt nail repent the geograph heal names over and over In the course nf a short tlmo I dont believe youll have to pretend at all Cossells cot Knvyt Rev Dr Fourthly My location I expect to spend It In Europe My con gregation has given me a purse of mou ey anti a three months vacation for that purpose Rev Dr Goodman turning away with n tlhI wish my congregation was as keen to get rid of meg tiiut Chieojro Tribune Bears The Signature Of For Infante and ChildrennUse For Over ThIrty Years The Kind You Have Always Bought vsa ssrw oorasr n nurraursto om HOW WEAK CHILDREN ARE MADE STRONG VIGOROUS AND WELL A W 7Err HALLOWS I Mr and Mrs Thomas Hallows of Pccklmm St ttox Village Fall River Mass have CUUM to thank Dr Greenes Ncrvura for restoring to health and probably prliCrvlll the life of their little son Almost from infancy Everett vra + with Inllieltloll amid nervous troubles anti Jlolhllllf teemed t i help him Finally Dr Urronen Xcrvuru was recommended anti trltd with Miccvw A few bottles were aulUclvnl to effect n cure and today the llttlo one is enjovimn the best of health By the use of Dr firccncs Nvrrurn tho tlkl child was transformed Into a happy hearty robust boy Srm Greenes Nervura 1fiBAYi for the- Blood and Thousands of other children can thank Dr remedy for the strength and health they enjoy given have lltMckncMt better health better growth and lives IarvnU should realize that It I + their duty to who it not In prfcct health There are no diseases more thnn tits epilepsy anti St Vitus dance Yet no child them If Dr Ununes Nervura were given when the first Charas L McBay a highly offfcor who resides at 14 Myrtle Mass saysto About two IIIrl11Om111Ulo daughter Moms run lrrl1- Cron St Vltum e bo was prwtnitrd bjr affected her low llmle After trying various remedies without obtaining n Ur Greene lOll and nrrvo remedy andezlsrteti Klje and after tU1 live l ottles rheumatism stir oprvctlto returned hr diupiiiiivd alto wm again able to her cen health was restored and silo was nUe to attend other chlMnn Dr Greenes Nervura blood and nerve remedy and discovery of tho wellknown Dr Oreene ot 35 Wet York City who is the most successful specialist In and chronic complaints and he can be consulted In personally or by letter WALTHAM NervestItNNOm Ralph Waldo Emerson essay on Eloquence said speaking of a man whom described as a Godsend to He is put together like a Waltham Watch I The Perfected American Watch an of Interesting information about W free upon request American Waltham Watch Waltham Mass ee m mmam G rFREE Our 60It 1 page illustrated cata loue g i1 0 alt 6r j sTERlfFACTORY LOADWSHOTCUN SHELLS I the winning combination la the field or at III the trap All dealensallthim i colJ Cures Cough or Cold at Conquers Croup Hoarseness Bronchitis Grippe WlnohostervFactory loaded t NEIVRIVALa LEADERandREPEATER I A trial will Z their superiority r Dr BullsCougha I Syrup ItQuickUr Bulls PUll cure CoaMpatloa Fifty plus 10 cU box 5 eta 7 q h It la IncompaMhle SlagoflnIgonaing alrommcdinft ymtr lollon eve andiScreraErqskpelal itIalmrrsthmillkmriimelit it rrour dru Gist dart not il NewJLilybytm Ulobe To Cure n Cold tn Onr Ony AUtlnllAlslft huntsChicago R BEST CATARRHI COLDS COUGHSSORE THROAT GRI CROUP HOA NESS MRS OEN LOXQSTREGT Says UcaMei being a good tonic Pentaa Isunef fectlve cut for catarrh I recommend your remedy Peruoti ABSOLUTE SECURITY Genuine Carters Little Liver Pills Muet Boar SlgnAturo of 7see r eSlmtl Wrapper I low Part dill and as ofr I to take as tufar CARTERS I F Nrt lice iYr+ 1 real or TV L 1300 unit MIOO tn ewOO lnr Jilt 1110 TIII tHiiniit lio at nnp prlec ucurer FOR HEADACHE FOR DIUIKCSS FOR BILIOUSNESS FOR FOR CONSTIPATION FOR SKIS IUUUO u- tm IImI1T Yltetanl0 tirCURE SICK HEADACHE 3 OI1GlLiSB U UNION MAne worth IloitQliii oJRftIII riiimllril trr1NRtl- xn nntlalleI awE o 3 or 5360 hero larpcit lunlitr of mens q3 nod S1O darn lu tho world Vf make and sell ntoreS3 coil 51CO shoes than nuv other two In Ilio U o 350 TORFID LIVER SALLOW COMPLEXIONu ttJOoullFpSTCOIpk rACtDS3 Vonrotho niniuifiirlnrrr SHOE The rlnlnllin of L Paucln lUUaui lot romlol In4 riknwn hlhrvu01u14Thtr htT beau utlmao llou than Mkrr main bcul- b standard hs ITI ntent moroboriiAilrnma ban Ilirjr coo rtt tlMnhcn BEST 300 SHOE Tin It AU un uillrod110shol orotd Un male h betiu1i1Fa AIUEIIIJ Inroh four dnler abould hf- PIm tin on dedr nelltft Nlln tick town Iake no fubttnnet rnet en hnlnr W Ilculkubn wllh aim and pr tamred on bottom our deice wdl ut let them fur 711 04 direct to fume neltilur lot extra Wt CanO- CHiltk1401 sthrr flu and wllth or pot ha wtlt tau hu OrRVn Iod L Luualuhna Jlrku RtJ It t h t llestldulutlrr11R luu UleJto time old by roed y j vLI- 6L i 4 COMMISSIONSr TungIAdded to It by the Emperor Tlir llnllrond iriim Inn TliiK In In tin tnpllnl cirly Cuiiiiilf liil Tin Llnr llchiK iniirilril II Irl nell 8uld sera London Xov IIhl Hlimiliu tOrrt pHiU iil of the TIIHHKIVK that nn Iniporiiil wild uppointH 1111 Km Yl viceroy of Niinkln nod hnng Chi TiniK vlotroV of irniikow to bis nd illtlonnl pence vommlMHionerH on be half of Clilm- illorlin Nov 3Ofkiu1 telfriinfi from Count Yon Vnlderme nliow thnt nil thr Cerinnti troops Imve 111 reel III UililU and been dixtrlbuted The Ixt IIlIelel innrlncs the Int Infnnlry tint fiitlu und a Hinall force of cavalry and limitary urn ittiitioncd tit Peking Tho il ilifantrv brigade wllhII corre Ipollllllllf force of nrtlllcry engineer situ ciivnlrj In lit Imn1Ing Ill Oim iKittnllolt nt Shot lint KWIIII Thn third Infantry brigade with a vomit pnny of HhiirpshooterM two sijuail runs of Ilmilty omit severnl batteries In nt TiniTain One battery nnd sew eral hotvitzorM are nt Tnku null a itonghesuperintending the work of uoimtrne lion A Hpeoliil dlhpateh tn Hie Hamburg C irrtiiuiiiileiu wiyit In n well alt tinted in time iniperlul palace precincts In Poking wnlt foiinil tho body of Km peror Kwang SIIH favorite wife Shell Ti whom till inpriHs dowager e tm- nnl tn be dniwneil before the flight of till court from the capitol The nee omit favorite Shlng rl null 100 Indlen belonging to the Imperial hnriMii are prisoners in the handH of the ullleii A itiKpiileh trout 1110 Ting 111 tinted Thun dnv kas Telegraphic roll Itetion been completed with Pe king entirely by the ionium 1h clipltuhineiiiR ore guarding the line Another Imtch of letters from tier Fridayhutthe Iliinover Courier which editorial ly Ofiilaiiil otllelnl tttatemenlM with lefereiice to the iletnlli given by thu vrilerii of the cruelties ulleged to hate been eommlMed by Cleriimn IroopH in hina ImpsieprChina In finding exprewdon hen Tho r1lIlIorhlll1111rLetters from prlvntKS tn limit be rIll to niitl their way Into the social Illiocratlo piipere showing tlmt the ienimn troops dime mi quarter The llremrn Kuerger Xeltung pulilihheH n letter from a wilier In Peking wh6 fnlotvlukaretletSl bytheiricrmnnit compellml to dig their own gnives tintshot en muse The llalbcmtndtor Yolks Xellung PekingInprcfernblyolio Sunday afternoon we had to boy onet 71 prisoners They lint kllle l one of our patrolmen An rutini battalion purxucd them and captured 71 alive It won cruel It wet Indes cribable The PoM of thin city semlolllelal ly mnd j the following aniionneemeiu Tluirwdiiy the thin clause of the AngloCicrinan agreement In tended lo operate in the event ot one power noting In opposition to the principle laid down It ceases to 1m Important nil tho power accepting It loiuldii XII 51r Morrison wir ing to the Time trout Peking No vemlier treys The evidence in the Pan rIng Ku trio to lix tho ro ponnlbillty for time iniiKkiicro nhowed that nn American lady before execution wan led miked through the city mud that her breasts were cut olT Tho destruction of two temples out udeipiatc piiniKliment for cuch Inhumanity AdviceH from Tien Tulii says flint Shiinghal correvpondent of theIhnes wiring Sunday shot that dhtorgnn latlon and nbseneo of fccnrity art the chief charncterlctlcK of the allied oeeiipatlon St Petorhbnrg Nor The hon Nityn n newnpappr of wide circula tion ngnln ctnpliaHlxrH the importnnce of KiiHslax Mparate hclereutmc In China maid lemandH that the should definite ly nbandon the concert of powers and negotiate n separate pence Sank a llnliliiHT SeliiMiner QiiceiiKtown Nov 5Ilw Cunard liner Saxonln Iapt Pritclinrd from lloaton October 27 which arrived hero Sunday morning brought 15 nicmhcrx of limo crew of the fishing Kchooncr Mary Mosquito which the axonlii sank oil Gloucester on the dayof her departure from Boston One nicmbor of the crew was drowned The Cu Harder wan nut damngcd 1rtnaury iinlllliin VatiliIngton Nor n Prldnys statement of till treasury lialancoM in the general fund rxcliinlvo of the 150000000 gold reserve In time divis ion of redemption shows Available cash balance 117 05815 gold U2 I iliOn l rlyrivr Convert London Soc 711r Dowle con cluded hill first installment of hli fjoiulon uampnign and baptized In te crrt 45 converts lie leIlformatout 1f the province Prida early in Deco tuber will ptorm 1arii THE SUNDAY SCHOOL Lraann In the Intrrnntlonnl Wrrlr for Nut roiher II IIIOII Thr Idea linn end lninrui Prepared hy II r 1nlnllon1 rim lKBSON TEXT Luke 161931 IL Thri was o ctrtnln rich mnn which was clothed In purple and One linen and land uinitui ni ly every day And there was a certain beggar named Lazarus which wan laid at his Kale full of sores And desiring to he ted with the crumlii whlchi fell from that rich mans table moor over the dogs came nnd licked his sores eo Ahd It canoe to pass that the beggar died and was carrlMl hy the anted Into Abraham bosom the rich man alu died and was burled And In hell he lift up his eye brine In torments anti cffth Abraham ufnr oft and Iiiarui In his bosom And he erlcd anti said Father Abraham have merry on mr and rend fazarun that he may dip the tip of bin flnser In frater nnd tool my tongue for win tormented In this Hume Hut Abrnlmm raid Hon remember that thou In thy lifetime rtcelvrdnt Ihy good things und Ilkewlne Lazarus evil things but now lie Is comfortid and thou art tormented K And beside nil tills between and thataIons cunnnti hcllher ran they pass us that HbuIH cothe tram thence 17 Then he said pray HIM therefore father that you ouldeM tmd palm to my fathers house For I have nve brethren llul he tow testify unto theta lrt they xlu iom mio thin place of torment Abraham illll unlo him They hate Mon and the prophets let them heir them JO And he said Kay father Abraham but If one Went until theta fioin the dead they would repent And he said unto him If they hear not Moses and the prophets neither will they be persuaded though one Luse from the dead II1sN TliVf liiy at for junr selves Irriixurvn In HIMH inMiill NOTKH AND COMMKNTH Time tciulilntf nf Jests riiiflrilltif thr tniiMiinun or Imam 11I1llilltllC- tOlleh time plinrisrcM hi u trader for nil Luke Hi 14 tells us they were lovers of money They wilTed at Jesus mid Ills tcnrliin IIIK this brought out the charge of lesus tluit yr are they which justify yonrnelvpH lu the nlphl of nirti lint He addict Got kncmrth your hrnrl It Is to reenforce Ills previous Irnrhlni ro ftnrdlntf inohey null Isle pfrlli that lit therein that He gives the story of the rich norm and Jnnrun flue lessou limy be outlined follows The Rich Man anti lazarusva 1921 The Fate of oehVI 3H Horne of the lesson a Award lint am JerflrrIh The lmpasahle lliilf tI K c Truth Apparent In Thl Life va flJI The Itich Mnn nod 14varuata- ltnrp contru t h iirennted W have the worldly man nt his earthly best iind tits iodly limit at his earthly worst The one la n self seeklug n1 ratlfylnp sordi l iniin tvhote uliolc thought U for the courtnr t hugs of life lie In the man who bo made iiminiiion Ilia gad cued money vhole end of existence The oilier is n Godly mnn with n clrnn cliHr con kclcticr but who hnn nod with mitts fortune suchcis ccldom falls to the lot of honest men- The Fate of lId11I the roiirte of time built died as lu the course of time nil must Hut rslntrnci doe not end with what we Ball death There Is thnt within us that conlinur to lite and It continue on the mmo iourto In which It inn tturtcil hers on earth In the hplritual world the mnn who hail been rich here found there was nothing that could satisfy the wants and wishes of his mil tire He hand pandered to the body mind dwarfed the finer qimlltle which could Lave been brought lo perfec tion In the life beyond time gravy The denlrea of earth had not left him but only grown the more Intniiie tn thul he would Imve even lln despised IMI artia lining Ilion hilt u drop of water on the spor the linger Some of the Leasonsa Jesus lens before latch down HIM rule Illuii tailed In verse SS In the sermon on the mount lie hall said of the hypo erless Verily soy unlo you they have received their rewari b The Impassible Uulf There never n greater or more ImpiisHlbte gulf than thnt between n elumiotcr rightly bullded sail one built upon weak foundations and Illuinlly eon ftrncted After n lifetime of baling nail habit of thought and notion u good non emu commit no great wrong nor can n had mot do righteous net We have reason lo believe that these trails are only continued in the ftr lure life The gulf then become truly Impassable This would be n hnrsh tetchlng were it not for that which follows- c Thnt other teaching U that the truth MiMlcient truth In apparent In this life God has given an inward monitor to guide in the right way K that were always followed If we only would do that which we abso lately know we ought to do there Is reason to believe that we could emerge eventually Into the light Hut besides this Inward monitor God Inns vein us prophets who have pointed us to the right wily out ills own Son who Is Himself the Way the Truth and time Life It we neglect tech great nppnrcnt opportunities surely we would not be persuaded though one rose from the dead loner from the llnok The best Christian notion Is ani mated oy aspiration The world thinks because It Is lost that God is fort The lute of the loaves lends to the loss of the Lord let your wheat seed in first and It will choke any tares the devil may tow A mothers apron strings are most likely to be coupled to Gods lending lines of love We need lees theorizing about the court of Heat en and more work for the kingdom Karoa Horn LOVE STORY WELL TOLD A VOUIIK 3lnna Clever Metlinil of Vln- nliiK n Confession from Ills Adored One bite pouting at a lea that afternoon and the looked bewitching esu the Smart tiet lit 8 titling at her Idl in a bower of patens that almost concealed titan He was holding one of her hands under cover of the tablecloth while tlie tried to pour with the other She did not look at tutu as he talked but he knew by her color and the little quiver of the hand he Iran wading that the hcar l everything he takdeIkarest he inunnuiKl at the sent one ult without a and another filled only with loon dfurxnt if dont mind my saying all tint to you tint drop a spoon toulilri t you manage lit A clatter of silver and more an the girls face ae in stooping to pick the iioou he kissed her hand Spurred by this auiccm he went on Dearest ofIf meyouknowjust youdontThe tiny cup tai almost full and in her haute to hide her confession she covered the three Ininpn hastily with chocolate and cream and sent them off hM mother as they drove home if she had en Joyed herself Ugh no wan herdisguated reply Such horrible stuff to drink as they one Why my cup was half full of tugarl lilt Chinese JiHunilnili The cause for the Chinese ehtan glernent is not religious differences but thti abuse of the hiiietc immigrants by the for comMfolllindifestiondyapepsiaanti i the best medicine to take Itwill restore a healthy tone to the entirety tern and pnt nervousness deep It ttlalor despondency Wont fail to give 31ndeItrF hair Curl Since I have had need of 1eIuimquealut1lhalt the leaaon Well when youve got a husband you find that Ife ran ante home at any old tour In morning with an rxctine that would I11 h your hair lurlKanu City Star fjiiifiirx f ItlI Oared by Io nl applicationii they uinhol trite t the diheaMxl portion of the car There is only one way to cure deafnem and that u by iimotitutionnl remcdier Ieafner is caused hnil iiitlninisl condition of tin mil fills lining of time Kti tnrliinn Tube When tin tube get inllaimd you have a humbling oilnl or Impel feet hearing and uhcn it in entirely ro cu deafnoM li time remit and unless I liillxmtnntioll can be taker out qltd thljWho lestored tn its normal COIl will Ice dtro nl forever Iltnl canes or f teu are IAII hrnllfrh which It nothing but an inflamed condition of the milfoil nirfacr- We will give One Hundred Dollar for any cute of Deafnetit cauad by cAtarrh lint cannot be noel Ii tis Catarrh Cure Send for eirculnr free ORolclHall a 1amily Pill nn the best After KUImc Her Jooilll Alice She nays she married him Icuile wai different from the other met stir- urv hertOWDA trial Iliilllr VrteI- llicuiiMtUm Sciatica and Neuralgia with stand every other merfirioe hot yield on the instant Ir 3 mops To en Me a Mif ferns to test this wonderful remedy we wall tend free a trial bottle on receipt ol two 2 prl1t1I1II1ltollll for mailingj Large bottica of d etl tentpreiKiidhy mail or ex press 5 it a preventive as weil ea a curative for Ilieunutifm Sciatica Sets ralgia liout DyoiMiwia Backache AMhms KielneyTrouhlNtout anci Toothache Heart eaknon loll irippe Malariallaralyakn Creeirinir Numbness am a t ill Write us in haste snit your suffering Agents wanted- Swamon Cure Co Lake Street Chicago try liiw 164111 IhtNiirlliMMt rna lbe Mlxiinrl Turlllo It411w- 4yStluuls One Ilouud TripAiiHCouda Y45UOINlaknne1ommnHrnt Uud Vancutiver klorln futerinedltii olutHM MyOOO tMW Tickets on Kale every Tuesday up to and liidudliig Novciulwr 27 For further fnfor nmtlon KC yotirllty Ticket Agent or write ouv Missouri 1iiciflf rcproentHtive or H UTOWS t M U llTAgtmLouUMo RlrtUli InlubC Tattle IlessCousin Ii betli wlat is stu pitlil loom LinlnethOh little IJirt stupidity U a state of mind other people think we lifeI in when they cant understand what we wy hiirianapolis IournalIVnelc AllFiin My boy tmuiMcil hIISpark nlway suave to the Ktpeeially ifOU mire in a game of footballChicago Tribune Steal fur inc llmvcl No matter what ails you licadaclic to a eumcr you will never get well until your bowels alt right Ca carctH help nature cure you without a gripe or paiu produce vas y natural movements cost you just Mils tn start health back Cascarcts Candy Cathartic the jlelllllncJIut up in metal boxen every tablet stamped on it lleware of imitations Of course Oll were in Paris Oh yes indeed in fact we spent to much time parasitesIndianapolisNews The Ilex PrenerlpHnn for Chill aud Kcvcr Is a bottlo of GIIOVKS TASTKitsfl CimlToMi His lmplyironaiidnulnlneln ulustclcHs form Noriiro nopay IrlccaQ- ualified lf1I141lIrown1 0 you be lieve in sea bathing Hobinson = Oh ye I think fo Juan have been known to survive Town Topics It requires no experience to with PrrsAM oIIr Uvrs Simply boiling thatIIIICCCsllnljdoltl When a loan climbs up in his family tree and looks down the passing throng he hat outlived leill usefulness Chicago Dally Newt I do not believe Piio Cure for Consump lion has an equal for coughs and colds John F Boyer Trinity Springs lad Feb 15 Lines ThMeTllIetTo be sue cessful in business a man must confine him self to one line Askit What it he is a palmist Baltimore Americani Tit sweet to kissso Is KI mc Gum to chew All men are born ignorant and some never outgrow ItClllcago Dauy cCWii I Motherhoodl didnt 5000REVARD Orne skeptlcnl have time time ques tiolloo reauinesaofthe letters are constantly publishing weave City of Lynn Mass which be person following testimonials are MEDICINE How a mother is weak and with some female trouble bear healthy children How anxious women ought to be to give their children the blessing of a good constitution Many women long for a child bless their home but be organstheybyLydiacessfully by any other medicine because it gives and strength to the parts curing all displacements and in Actual sterility in women is rare If any woman LynnMassbe mothers MM A D Jarret Belmont Ohio writes VegetAbleto carry babe to maturity having lost twoone at months and one at seven Tho said next time I would but thanks to Lydia E IMnltlmmH Vegetable Compound I did not die but am the poundandbaMrs Whitneys Gratitude II DEAR MR PISKUAM From the time I was old till I twentythree I was troubled with weakness of kidneys and terrible pains when mv periods came on I made UP mind to try SLZ WHITNEYBAOYI cess tho the may be L Z 4 St of is en f your wife She the it do Xo Then do you the I a face the slaw when she was to him and Ill bo if he look at it he hd the IIomc j To nls in the nn at the un the first aud third of and ot time very low rate one fare plus sJ0 for the for days from tale croon trip will save by on any estern the home or F H Lord G 1 t T A 113 nude Htm Tired are not to young as you were you I do or not mix up If Im not so young la I was u my as the was ten years ago dont to It every time I tiChicago to the fact to the we with the Bank 5000 will paid to any who will show that the pubfished parICo to six die was tho my your The you Vegetable Compound and was soon relieved myfullstitutionally I had a at and half next I continued to take your Compound and I then if I my time and my lived be youMyhealthy as any one could wish I my Rratituto to you I was so that I did not dare to go to of time God for- Lydlu Plnklmms Coin sufferingdoin futuro as and many brightened as has boonDins WHITNET Somerville Mass The medicine cures the ills women Lydia E Pinkh ms Vegetable Compound lem GIiemDI i An Expensive Tip is the one which you cut offand a throwaway every time that you 5 smoke a Five Cent cigar There is Hi nearly much labor in making this = 2 end as all the the cigar and Q yet everyman who buys a cigar cuts it off and throws it away You get E3 all you pay when you smoke 1 Old Virginia Cheroots Three hundred million Old Virginia Cheroots smoked this Is year Ask own tlcilcr 3 for 5 cents a- o aG emSm moD w Seminar Kind- Tohnson1oes speak French Thompson thinks dues Youdont speak how know doesnt watched French waiters other talking blamed toothacheDetroit Free liras crkcr Ixcurlnn Marlallllo United States oilicvs of Chicago meat Western Tuesdays October November December homclCCkers of round- trip Ticket good return within 21 date of contem llalln1a money Agent obtaining detail information regarding seekers rates addressing Adam St Chicago Brown You know Orient dont know Ages me awfully noulicr sittersoold 1ieaie askme head ache of Chronicle Owing that people from testimonial deposited National PINKIUH shall who sick than tone very proud sixteen weak lost baby seven The said went full baby to and cannot express bad away from home any length Praise In homes mine Flint that as rest of for your Price Tickets ltaihvav calling whether explain makrsm months hearty Dnlntr Dessert Can be made with liurnhams hasty Jelly con Delicious jellies from purest ingredi eats Dissolve n package in hot water and Mt away to coop Get a package at your Grocers today There are six flavors orange lemon strawberry raspberry peach wild cherry and the unflavored calfifoot for making wine and coffee jellies HO FOR OKLAHOMA 0000eou nerd ad to learnt- eubcnb fir cute hION IH drnd w Into roalloa boH Ui Iud On M II 111- rIIOe aubcrlbn 1001 111114rIInMorris MUaal itn wttk LwrIWa AdaruaiCkrMORUArlrxafYOZ Top Snap- Caurpleie l uubl 5899Lead GUNS FISHTACKLII worseDROPSYquicknlmetwd nose link of tertlmnnlals and In day tnatmsl free Pr 1t II GREEN sONS ox Anlnte4a A N KB 1838 1VHCV WUITIXO TO ADVERTI EJI please state hat you saw the AdvrtlsM 1CAt to Ibis payer r rvTHECITIZEN A Weekly The only Newspaper published In BEREA KENTUCKY u NOVEMBER 1 1900 Suggestions for a Third Meeting Call to order by the temporary Chairman of lest meeting read corrected and ap proTe Signing of shq Constitution by those who design to become members in order that they may be qualified ai voters Election of permanent offiecra ns provided for In the Constitution and Bylaws The temporary Chairman and Secretary will escort the newly elected officers to their reals The President may make a brief Inaugural dress npon the Importance of the Union and the necessity of general cooperation He will at this time appoint a Reviewer to report at next Program Review of last weeks ex ercisci reading or recitation essay debate Appointment of persons for the several puts In next weeks program Payment of duet to the newly elected Treasurer Appointment of time and place for a meeting Of the newly elected officer to discuss the general plan and wellaro of tho Unionwhat llnesof activity will be most profitable etc Adjournment Subjects for essay The Eagle as the King of Birds See page Ix of Young Clllzcn lt hatmakesAmcrleabetterthan Africa See Chap III of Young Citizen Subject for debate Resolved That the Government ought to fnrnlsh free textbooks u well at free schools Suggestions for a fourth meeting In which the Union will bo fully organized and at work in regular fashion next wee- kIndependent Say I thought TUB CITIZEN claimed to be independent in pol itics and your paper this week is out and out Republican This was the greeting tho CITIZEN man received Friday morning Tho comment was made because of two articles in our issue of Nov 1 viz The Question of November 6thand The Colored Voter The independence of TUE CITIZEN has not boon effected by either or both of these articles- Independent as applied to the policy of THE CITIZEN means not identified with either political party This is the standing of THE CITIZEN and puts us at liberty to indorse or disapprove of any measure or policy of any or all parties Tho spirit and principle involved in the articles alluded to we do not recognize as specifically Republican we do consider them essentially DemocraticTrue is political and legal equality a state of society without class distinctions made or formed by laic or custom This is the platform upon which THE CITIZEN takes its stand and any per son or party who would deny that this is fundamental to the best interests of the Commonwealth has forfeited tho right to bo counted DemocraticAttachment to a party is one thing adherance to a principle is another The freeman is always independentLot confound neutrality with independence rather let us be independent on all issues neutral in nothing The Latter Day Saints This is the conceited title assumed by the Mormons whose missiona ries are now prospecting through many parts of Kentucky in search of simple minded people whom they may lead astray The CITIZEN has known much of the work of those Mormon missiona rios and they are very sleek and plausible men at the beginning We make bold to warn all our readers against their seductions They do not tell the truth about the tyranny of the Mormon Church or the polyg amy which it teaches It is a part of the Mormon religion to lie Tho man Roberts whom they tried to send to Congress from Utah do coived a groat many people but since ho was sent homo from Washington his falsehood and criminality has all come to light- Thousands of men and women suf fer from piles especially women with femalo weakness have this suffering to contend with in addition to their other pains Tablers Buckeye Pile Ointment will quickly effect a cure Price 50 cents in bottles tubes 75 coats S E Welch Jr For burns cuts bruises lacera tions or injures of any description Ballards Snow Lininent is a sovereign remedy It never fails to do good and so promptly that its wonderful curative properties frequently surprise Price 25 and 60 cents S E Welch Jr c Corresponderice Jackson County Clover Bottom Miss Ohio Hatfiold returned from Berea Friday Mrs Wm Hayes is sick Walter Garret was baptised Wed nesday by Rev D G Combs Tho free schools around hero are being more regularly attended than usualAunt Jane Durham and grand daughter Bessie came home from Ohio Tuesday Several boys and girls of this community are preparing to attend school at Berea Will Flannory and sister Miss Lou passed through hero Saturday on their way homo Undo Billy Ballard returned Saturday from a two weeks visit with his daughter Mrs John Fowler Mrs Peter Moborly wife of the former pastor of the Kirby Knob Church died at her home last Mon day consumption All have much sympathy for the family and friends Rev James Parsons and Prof R L Brandenburg will preach at Kirby Knob next Saturday and Sunday They will probably conduct a series of meetings there the following weekEvergreen C J Lake who has been sick is improving Mrs Elizabeth Lake is recovering from a severo illnes- sJ W Lake has a fine riding nag of which he is very proud Miss Martha Lake visited your correspondent last Sunday Godfrey Gabbard has moved near Berea to put his children in school Misses Maria and Tommy B Lake of Richmond have been visiting the family of J W Lake While hero they explored two caves and secured some fino specimens of stalagmites to carry home Clay County Grace Tho sickness in this lo cality is abating Rev Parsons will preach at this place Sunday Helen Brigmon who was sick last week is able to teach now Mrs Laura Mo Donald who has heart trouble is improving George Anderson of Gooso Creek was hero yesterday on business Mr Taylor Sharp of Radors Creek was here Wednesday making pic turesRev I W Brigmon has had a well drilled tho past week and has been preparing to make a now chimney to houseOgle Rev John Jones preached near here Sunday Born to Woodson Swaffordand wife a girl Sudie Smith visited friends near FridayGilbert friends at Flat Lick Saturday and Sunday M H Frederick visited friends on Goose Creek Saturday and Sunday Several people attended the speech of Joseph Lewis at Otter Creek Sat urdayThe two children of Wm Swaf ford who were very low with flux last week one died Monday the other is recovering Mason Gdurtty Maysville Mrs Bettie Brandy a respected old lady of this city died last week There was a grand rally at the M E Church last Sunday Prof T A Reid preached There will be an open session of the YlI 0 Anext Sunday All ladies and gentlemen are invited Miss Julia Young has gono to Charlotte N C whore sho will be employed as stenographer and typo writerRev R A Strauss of the Bethol Baptist Church has been called to the pastorate of the Baptist Church at Carrloton Ky The Normal Training class under tho instruction of tho principal of the primary department is doing excel lent work They are Mutnio Harris Emma Taylor Mary Lyons and Ida Countee Rockcastle County Withers On Thursday evening Nov 1st Messers T T Simmons and S F Brown addressed the people at White Oak Branch schoolhouse in the interests of the Democratic Party An attempt to break up the meeting was made by stoning the house and loud disorderly language While Mr Simmons was speaking someone on the outside fired a pistol through tho window the ball lodging in th blackboard few inches to tho right of Mr Simmons Several persons were struck by pieces of glass Much excitement existed for a while The speaker pricked the bullet n 41 caliber from the blackboard and resumed the address with added spirit After Mr Simmons Mr Brown spoko at length on the issues of tho campaign Owsley County Hoonovlllo R G Rose line finished hauling logs on Buffalo CreekWalter Reynolds who is illof fever is improving Tho little daughter of Zacary Tay lor near this placo is very sick Sammio Cawood son of H B Ca wood is planning to go to school at Berea this winter Married on last Thursday evening John D Abshear to Miss Harriet Payne both of S Boonoville The wife of Jno Barrett of Meadow Creek is very ill ofconsumption Sho is not expected to live J E Harmon of this place has just returned from the City where ho bought a stock of drugsIC L Rose has just returned from Clarkcounty with a small drove of cattle which he had on pasture theroI Albert Reynolds and Elisha Moore started to Berea tnday tho former expects to vote for McKinley and YerkesA election for tho differ ent county officers will be hold in this County on tho fifteenth of Do cember next- UnclcJoo Reynolds and daughter Fannie Durbin have just returned from visiting relatives in Madison and Estill countiesCMiss Laura McBain Colwho taught the Colored public school here so satisfactorily last year hllsI been reappointed this year School opens about Dec 10tMadison County Vallacoton Mrs Susie Hol comb is a little better this week Mrs Ike Bodkins health is much improved this week E W Baker is on the sick list Born to Mr and Mrs Ruben Gabbard a fine boyCJack Wilson is in the Mountains this week Wm Hiatt is building an addition to his house E B Wallace intends to move to Berea soon to put his children inI schoolITho little baby of Mr and Mrs Gentry died Sunday night and was buried Monday at Wallace Chapel Mrs Addie Gentry who has been almost bed fast for some timo isno betterIMiss Nannie Gabbard of Berea isI visiting her brother Ruben Gabbard this week Mrs Green from near Berea spent last week with her daughter Alice Gabbard James Moore and family whoI recently lived in Illinois arrived here last week C C MoWhorter rented tho dwell ing and store house of E B Wallace whom ho will move and open store WANTEDACTIVE MAN OF OOOD CHAR cater to deliver and collect In Kentucky for old established manufacturing wholesale house a year sure Uonenty more than experience requited Our reference any bank In any city Endow telfaddreseed stamped envelope Manu facturers Third Floor 331 Dearborn St Chicago I 4VV THE HOME Edited pro tern by the Manager IWhat WomenareDoing According to the United Sates bu reau of statistics there are more than 8500000 women wage earners in this country Hero are some of tho omploymonti in which our sisters are engaged Teachers and professors not toach ers of music 250000 Teachers and professors of music 3J519 Artists and teachers of art 10000 Ministers of the Gospel 1113 Journalists 8SS authors and literary persons 2725 Lawyers 203 chemists and assay ers19- DettCtivs 270 votinary surgeons 2 In Texas a woman has tho contract for carrying tho mail from KifTo to Sovirnal Hall In Georgia a woman mailcarrier has a 10 mile triweekly route New Orleans has a fino orchestra composed entirely of women A St Louis woman packs trunks A woman manager of a California Insurance Company receives a salary of 10000 n year A Jersy City woman makes her liv ing by writing signs- A Louisiana woman supports her self by raising mint A Conservatory and rosegarden in Elmiria N Y is owned and manag by a woman There is practically no limit to the possibilities of intelligent energetic womanhood but tho field that offers tho largest return and has most prom iso of bounteous eternal harvest toI true womanhood is as the angel ofi the homo Business enterprises large bank accounts emoluments of office etcI are only incidental and temporary True character installed in thei child by a mother right living en- grafted in tho young life of tho boy or girl by tho example of tho mother is fundamental and will live and bring forth fruit through all eternity The recent census has developed interesting fact that there are 21J51 more women than men in tho population of Now York citytA Few Toothsomo GoodlcH IUlClI Useful FadsIAdd a pinch of salt to tho coffee to give it tonoIPlace an cako box to keep tho breadand cake moistISprinkle grated cheese over oatmeal porridge instead of sugar and eat with creamISoft Gingerbread Ono cup ofI butter one cup of sugar two cups ofI molasses ono cup of milk four ggsI ono teaspoonful of soda spice to taste flour to make like pouudcnko batter bake quickly in panIMolasses Candy Two cups ofI molasses one cup brown sugar butI tor the size of an egg one tablespoon vinegar Boil when done add a tablespoon of cooking soda addI walnuts if you liko them Constipation means the accumulation of waste matter that should be discharged daily and unless this is done the foul matter is absorbed and poisons the system Use Herbino to bring about regularity of tho bowels Price DO cents S E Welch Jr If you are suffering from drowsi ness in the day time irritability of temper sleepless nights general do bility headache and general want of tone of the system use Herbino You will got relief and finally a cure Price 50 cents S E Welch Jr A BOON TO MANKIND DR TABLERS BUCKEYE PILE CURE rA New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNALand EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 75 CENTS Bomra 60 CErtrs Allis F RsLWID Sole Pro rUfiif 3WMii Mali sireaf ST LOUIS IM WHITES CREA- MVERMIFUCEroila IWIUI1 Bad Fir ZO yU Nu Lii ll WIrSMSI r I jj jJjW 10La iiT axaa DEW GrGrZW Ica pared by JAMES F BALLARD It IAulS Sold by S E WELCH Jr 11701 1HE SCHOOL Edited by J W ninimoro Dean of tho Normal Department lcrv College Reading Tho importance of good reading is admitted everywhere and as much timo is devoted to its teaching an to any other study yet three is more just complaint made of poor reading than of any other thing taught in tho schools Part of tho trouble is undeniably duo to tho quality of tho teaching but by no moans all Much of it comes from tho small amount of rending mutter supplied tho children The only way to learn to read is to read Practice makes perfect in this as in everything else In many cases a child is supplied with a first second or third reader for ouch year of school The book can bo read through by a ready reader in a few hours is practi sally committed to memory with ono or two repetitions and is henceforth useless for learning to read Now material is absolutely essential for rapid progress It is a very common thing to find children able to repeat the lessons word for word without the book Such practice is not reading and for the purpose intended is tints wasted A first or secoud reader does not contain as much matter as a single ordinary newspaper that a man willI read in an hour throw aside andI never want to see again Is it reason able nay is it right to confino a child to one such book for several mouths anti expect him to learn to roadTj Luck ofsufficient reading mutter tho chief cause of the miserable stunt bling halting style of reading found manyschools Tuaohurs complain that tho pupils are in readers too difficult for their ability which is certainly true If thoI words are not understood the menu ing of the lesson is not comprehend ed and tho main object is lost Such work is wholly uuintercfltiiig either to child or grown jxreon and n com plete stumbling block to progress Tho teacher suggests putting tho child buck into n reader less advanced but such a course is not easily ef fected and next to useless when it is douse To compel a child to spend another year wading a book ho is al ready sick of is a cause for tears aud frequently for quitting school Who can blame him for revolting at such procedure Such a remedy is worse than tho disease and in fact is not a remedy at all for no ono will learn to read in that way Tho trouble is ho was kept in the old book entirely too long It was not a harder book that was needed but a different one of about tho same grade Hero lion tho remedy and U a very easy and simple A first or second reader pupil should have three woks in a year instead of one Third and fourth road ers contain more and two a year mayI answer Tho additional cost is too trifling for consideration when com pared with tho benefit that would ac crue Besides throe readers will loot three times OB long as ono reader and most families will find abundant use for thorn Such a plan as tho above is especially needed whore there is littlo or no reading in the homo Some children read many times as muchat home as their readers fur nish and thereby learn to read readi ly and acquire a taste for it but many have 110 such opportunity and to them these additional readers with bright fresh literature would be a godsendFurnish plenty of goal reading matter and cultivato a tasto for it and the difficulties of grading will vanish away Teachers with tact und ear neatness can by argument and per suasion do much to bring about this desirable change and tho result will more than repay the effort THE FARMS Edited by C Professor ot Born culture Bcrc college humus In The Soil Humus is any animal or vegetable mattor which is in its indeterminate stago of decomposition In prairie soils tho grass has not boon removed for centurion aud whore each seasons growth goes back to tho soil it is found in great Abundance In fact humus oon stitutos a large part of the almost soilsluvarying amounts having condo from tho purtinl decomposition of trunks branches roots and loaves of trees and other smallor vegetation that pay have sprung up IP some mumps it occurs in large quantities in tho form of muck As yet tho chemical composition of humus in not well understood nor has its mimic tions and importance M a food for plants been clearly defined Yet we from observation and experi once that it is of prime importance to the farmer Continued cultivation for years has greatly diminished tho amount of humus iu tho soil says D Z Gibson in Farmers Instiutn Bui letin Ontario Cun and tho lack of this important clement may account to a certain extent for tho small crop returns and failure to got a good stand of clover Chemists us that an average soil contains enough plant food to grow wheat at this rate of thirty bushels por acre for years in succession without tho add tion of any fertilizer Nature howev is not so lavish with her treas plantfoodn fi w years A great deal of it ifl locked up In an inert form and can only he iniultt soluble when surround tCl by certain favorable conditions toIfunilshis able anti make use of whatsoever agencies ho eau in doing so Humus ono of those agencies It iimkon soil moro retentive of moisture How are we to incnmwi this element tho e coils that are lacking is tho next question Since cir umHtlnCOlt- vary so widely no method can ho given that will apply in every case but some ouo or moro of tho follow ing may be found helpful First by umlordraiuing the laud whore it ill needed and it in nmlwl whore tho toil does not readily tako up tho water falling upon tho surface or coming to the surface by underlie lroldoforfalls passing down to and out through the lJralnR The writer further adds that the plowing down of clover or clover sod not only increases the hu mus but also augments the store of nitrogen Second any grass sod yearsThielfresh rourth where summer fal lowing ii practiced in connection with tho growing of winter wheat winter rye may be sown in August or September on the field intended to bo fallowed Plow the rye under the following June Buckwheat because of its abundant root growth is val ublo all a procluctr of humus n con junction with The culti ration of a fallow or a crop tends to diminish tho humus but this can not be helped and as humus is ono of the agencies that enables us to got tho most out of tho land wo may hare to restore it just as we would have to cultivate again for another crop Cultivation also increases the nitrate whichmay bo lost in tho drainage wa ter if there is excessive rainfall and tho land is liable to leach To Whom it may Concern This is to certify that wo have investigated Messrs Chas L Pet lie Co Buyers of country pro duce 401 Dunne Street Now York and find thorn to bo worthy ofall credit and financially ablo to fulfill any contract that they might make and cheerfully recommend them to all dealers in produce ai a sound financial house to soil to Yours truly DANIELS ft COMPANY Bankers G Wall St 116 Broadway Slept 28 1900 Now York 97701 BEREA COLLEGE Founded less I Places the Best Education in Reach of All Over 25 Teachers 700 Students from 20 States Best College Library In Kentucky NO SALOONS Trade Schools Carpentry Printing Housework Nursing two years Model Schools General Education and fitting for advanced courses For those sufficiently advanced to yet a teachers certificate Applied Science Two years course with Agriculture for young mon and Domestic Science for young ladies Normal Course Two years with practice teachin- gs Academy Course Four years flitting for College for business and College Course Literary Philosophical Classical for life Music Reed Organ Choral free Vocal Piano Theory Wo are hero to help all who will help themselves toward a Christian edu cation Our instruction is a free gift Students pay a small incidental foe to meet expenses of tho school apart from instruction and must also pay for board in advance Expenses for term 12 weeks may be brought within 2100 about 14 to be paid in advance The school is endorsed by Baptists Congregationalists Disciples Method ists Presbyterians and good people of all denominations- For information and friendly advice address the VicePresident QEO T FAIRCHILD L L D Berea Madison Co Ky