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Rev JOHN DODWELL Manager Wllh Mann elaff ur Editor andCnrr- eapollenla Fhrered III IM I sollct nl Neves Ay ao 0- dau amalltl I VOL II A Family Paper MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MARCH 11101 Fifty cents a year NO IDEAS 0 that men would hasten to bo IIH good ns they want thuir neighbors to ho- I would join the church if it won not BO full of hypocrites Dont lo that dolor you thorn Is always room for ono more It is a privilege to bo ohio to work Keep thy heart above all keeping Bible Every act wll hear fruit of its kind A wise school trustee will keep i good teacher year after your March 5s tho ntonlh lu which to plan for HKWMB on tho farm e Take Notice Dr Burgess will preach next Sun day morning onuTlm Truth concern- Ing tho Modo of Baptism In tin evening ho will give a Btercopticoi lecture on Bunyaus I Pilgrim lrog raw Tho Y M C A expects to engage in extension work around Beroa Nod Sunday afternoon a pnrty gee out with Dr Burgess and Rov Lod wick to Narrow Oat Mr S D Gordon who mean HO deep an hupnwsion the Y M C A Convention at Louisville will ho III Beroa March 11 and 28 On each of those days there will Ixi a noon pray ormfoting the College Chapel On the night of tho 27th ho will addrtw a general meeting of tho young people conneclod with lath tho Vit 0 A and Y W C A together with thir friends and citizens of tho town Oi tho 28th ho will steak in the College Chapel to an audiencn of nlun only FROM THE WIDE WORLD A report from Russia says she ha no designs on Manchuria China English lapere say thoro is great danger of a collision between Hussii and England on account of tho Tioi Tsln affair A slate of siege has been establish od In Moscow Russia on account of riots started by students There ore fears of a revolution ii Turkey precipitated by a reform par ty called Young Turks II OUR OWN COUNTRY Gen Benjamin Harrison ExPnwi dent of tho United Slates die poaco fully at his homo Indianapolis at 445 p m March 13 Tho funeral was hold Sunday afternoon in tho First Presbyterian Church of which bo was o member nearly fifty yens Tho body was buried in tho fatally lot in frown Hill Cemetery Tho dill ease which carried oft tho ExPros dent was pneumonia the disease that caused tho death of tho first Presi dent of tho Republic Goo Washing ton who diet Dec M 17UO President McKinley attended the funeral of ExProsident Harrison at Indianapolis last Sunday A crusade against whist hoe been started in Boston- A bill has boon introduced in tho Georgia legislature to prohibit treat ing in saloons Smallpox killed five persons at Saddler ville Tonmln as many days A Lowoll Mass chemist claims to have invented an artificial coal that is cheaper and has more heating power than genuine coal4C- OMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Cloverport Brcckonridge county ia in ruins caused by the explosion of a gas Pita in the two story dwell ing of II A Oelzo resulting in a fire which destroyed every building block in tho town Hundreds of people urn homeless Loss estimated at about 00000 Clay county troubles have been brought to a close by the resignation of Sheriff B P White and tho ap l pointmout of D L Walker to fill the vacancy Tho Broadway Roller Mills of Bardstown was destroyed by fire Friday morning Loss 11000 The annual Conference of tho Pres Ideate of the Young Mens Christian Associations of colleges of Kentucky v will bo hold In Danville March 2224 Dr C K Wallace physician to Caleb Powers pronounces Powers a physical wreck duo to a long confine ment and a lack of exercise ItExOov Bradley is to be judge of the district of Eastern Kentucky i H r 1 1 THE CITIZEN 89ILocals and Personals John W Cope spout vacation ill Livingston v Miss Lizzio Bogie left Thursday foi Marshall Mo Ed S Fee returned to Clarksburg Ind litut week Clitudu Sclmitn is hack from hiH trip to Michigan- A W Titus wile in Lexington IOH week visiting his wife Good tablo hOArd for young mat nt Miss riiamoy Richardsons Ladies Hull and Howard Hall aro unusually popular this term Cnpt Ideal of Sturgeon visited hit who aro ill school lust wook Vise Ella HayH aatudeut sat fierce hits entered for tho Junior Normal courso MissJ A Robinson hits removed from Ladies hull to tho President House Miss Coza Kitchen hue returned from a visit to her homo in Greens burg lad Dean A Walker a student hero foi the past two terms loft for Tunnelton dud last Saturday Miss Anna B Junks left for Spring fled Mass Friday on account of the serious illiuws of her brother Chins Napier of Cnrlersville is in school for this term and says hill hoardImarried of OreothurgIndspenttinl- atter part of last week with Dr McCoy while on thoir bridal tour Mrs R B Wood ford alldsis ter Mrs Annie GifTord who is visit lug her spout Sunday in Lancaster with their slitter Mrs Henry Duncan Rev W HCrowduH of Ashland writ v that ho has been sick for two weokH but is improving Ho send two now subscriptions to the CITIZEN Win Coldiron of llwho wan a candidate for superintendent ol schools in Clay county lust year in taking tho Normal courso hero thus termS G Taylor formerly of Beroa now of Kemp Illt called on the CIT IZKX Monday and loft subscriptions for the pnjwr for a son and daughter in Illinois Tho Buck Johnson house occu pied by It P Gillon was dwtroyed by tine Monday night Mr Gillou lost all the household goods no insur ance Tlio house insured Rev W D Smith of Estill county n former student at Borea and who attended tho Moody School at Chica go last year has entered tho Normal deoartmont of Boron College Miss Lloyd late principal of Mad IlIOn Institute anti Miss Belle H Bennett of Richmond accompanied by Prof L L Willett of Chicago and Rev Mr MoLollau of Richmond visited Boron and the College last ThursdayMrs A Boouchamp State Presi dent of the W 0 T U delivered an eloquent lecture to a largo audience in tho Chapel Tuesday night Mrs Bcauchamp gave an address on So cial Purity Wednesday morning in the Second Church to women only Tho Free Kindergarten under the Buporintondanco of Mrs J H Tice with quarters in tho Robe House op ened last Monday About twenty pu pils so for have attended It is a good institution and should have tho encouragement and support of all our peoplo Hugh Logan ago 17 son of E Logan died Thursday consumption Funeral services wero held at tho house Saturday morning by Rev H J Dorthick Burial at tho cemetery Mrs Annie GilTord and Bessie and Beb Logan of Madjsonvillo 0 and Mrs Lizzio Haydeu of HyattsviJle Ky attended the funeral Hey Edwin M Fairchild of Al bany N Y and Dr Paul Eairchild jf Brooklyn N Y sods of Dr Gco F and Mrs FnirchUd and Mrs and Mr Chins A Kirshner of Kansas pity Mo daughter unit son in law of Dr and Mrs Fairchild and Mrs tfollio S Kodzio of Peoria Illand Prof Curl Konaston ofOborlin 0 LIMO Mr Frank Fairchild Mt Very ton 0 brother to Dr Fairchild and President Nichols of the State Agricultural College of Kansas ivero in attendance at tho funeral of Dr Goo T Fairchild on Wednes lay Madison County Tho Citizens of Valley View aro taking steps to incorporate their vii logo Thomas Webb and Miss Idn Rhodes of Big Hill were married In Richmond last week Valley Viow has a string band that would do credit to a much large place Tho members who compose it are Clay Crow violinist H D Spur lock guitar and A B Howard ha- sviolinVulleyView Argent Elder has boon engagec tho past week in a protracted meet fug at Dreyfus Firo destroyed several small build jugs and a great deal of fencing non Droyfus last week Rev Joe Hopper of Perryville tbo noted evangelist began a protracts meeting at tho First Presbyteriat Church Richmond Monday night Hon Grant E Lilly of Richmond has decided to withdraw from till contest for judgeship of the new die trict created in Kentucky- E P Million has sold his Whit Hall property for 51500 BurrellMillion son or Thos Mill ion has accepted a position with tin Pantograph Mrs Wood of the National Amer ieau Woman Suffrage Association and Mrs Laura Clay of Lexington will address tho citizens of Richmond on Saturday night Topic Civi rights for all Special privileges ror more Among the Societies Phi Delta Literary Society began the Spring term with an enthusiastic meeting Tho following officers wren elected Pros W A Battle Vic Pres R II Embreo Cor Sec 0 D Murphy Treas 0 H Burdette Roc See E B Wells Sorg Arms II M Racer Alpha Zeta opened tho Spring tern with u short program followed by tit election of the following as ollicert for tho term Pres F E Ewers Vice Pros Geo 11 Pow Roc Sec PO Derthick Asst Rec Sec A Yocum Cor Sec A E Sulferu Troas Raymond Osboruo Serg al Arms R II Fields Chorister Guy Leahy Critic J E Ewers Boon of Directors W H Humphrey Robt Short Howard Ernst Prof L V Dodge favored the society with at address Beta Kappa Literacy Society met starch ICth and elected the following officers for the Spring term Pros E M Gentry Vice Pros Win Blanton Cor Soc Jos F Lame Roo Soc Jas B Young Troaa Jesse W Ralcliffo Serg at Arms H Wash burn Third of Literary Board E D W Bell Enthusiastic speeches were made by the outgoing and incoming officers and visitors Beta Kappa now has a good member ship and hopes to make this term tuc eat in its history The Alpha Zeta Banquet Perhaps tho most enjoyable social eature of vacation was the banquet ghon by Alpha Zeta Friday evening March 8 at their society room in Lincoln Hall The room had boon brilliantly decorated in holly gold and crimson the society colors and the tables were arranged to form the letters A Z Pic urea of former presidents and prom nent members hung upon the wall rhe tables wore covered with white linens decorated with flowers and iiolly and nt each pluto was placed a largo carnation The guests numbered seventyfive Prominent among thorn weae Dr and Mrs Piernon of Now York City Pres Lad Mrs Frost and other members of FacultyMr F Shrock presided Mr lumphrqy the first speaker of the ivoning gavo a toast to the Faculty This was followed by Prof Jones In a bright and witty toast to stud nth J E Ewers duly toasted Ladies Hall and its occupants Taylor Gobbard paid an eloquent tribute to the Kentucky Mountaineer The menu consisted ofice cream ingels food and devils food cocoa vaftVrs and fruit The guests wero most enthusiastic In their praiso of the delightful even ng Hpont and departing left many words of cheer and good wishes for tbe future welfare of Alpha Zeta and iLs loyal members George Thompson Fairchild Our community received a sever shock lest Saturday morning Di Fairchild is dead was tho messag passed from lip to lip carrying pro found grief to all hearts In this death Berea Unllego loses a capable conscientious kind and inllu ential instructor and executive office and the community will miss his ox ample of an intelligent godly pure lifeWo are not prepared to give an ox tended notice the life and labors or Dr Fairchild but we toke tho follow ing from Whos Who a Biographic al Directoryof Living Nun and Wo men GoorgoThompsoa Fairchild Pro lessor of English Literature Bore College since 1893 born at Brown holm 0 Oct G 1838 graduated froa Oborlin 1862 and front Theologies School Oborliu 1865 receiving degree of A M 1865and LL D 18931 from same institution married to Charlotte Pearl Halstead Brown holm 0 Nov 25 1863 Was brough up on his fathers farm appoints profoseor of English Literature Michigan Agricultural College 180579 president Kansas State Agriculture College 187997 Ordained Coogro gational minister at Lansing Mich 1871 president American Associit tion of Agricultural Colleges mad Ex perimont Stations 1897 Member or NatiOUOlliEducational The funeral took place from the College Chapel A proper obituary of Dr Fairchilt with an account of the funeral exorcises will bo given in next wooki CITIZEN ByPaths of Salvation Dr Burgess preached before the annual mooting of the Berea brand of tho American Bible Society iron Jonah 29 Salvation is of the Lord There is moro Gospel in these out oI the way passages of tho book of Got than in all Pagan Literature The fundamental truths of the New Testament aro in ill famed Jonah First Outspoken plainness of the preacher concerning himself His preaching saved a city but ho had to be driven to it and he was sulky after it His words breathe humility Second Ho had the right Idea concerning punishment find provi deuces God in nature lights against the man who sins The tea has a controversy with him The withering wind and the gnawing worm up on his vegetation aro speaking to him Third God is pitiful He heart tho prayers of pagan sailors lIe Is mindful of the dumb brutes and the 00000 speechless babes in the great cruel pagan Nineveh Ho prepares a- Itch for sinking Jonah Fourth And penitence is the key to salvation Salvation is of God No beautiful eastern Veda ever found out that groat truth Salvation with tho heathen was works of merit or penitential suffering of the sinner Jonah said Salvation is of God and repentance is tho key Fifth Here we find tho right the ory of pain Pain leads to prayer Sixth Jonah too has a world wide outlook To the Jews it was a revelation that Jehovah cared for the seafaring Phoenicians plying their trade with Tarshish and for the blood thirsty Ninovitos That God sends a preacher to the perishing pagan city Is a foregloam of tho gospel for the world There is prophecy too in Jonah of that Greater Ono who would como up in three days out if the depth resurrected to bring ternul life to all ages A Year ago the Milford Mich En leavorers circulated I petitions all long the lino of tho Pero Marquette Railroad against Sunday excursions rho Stato railroad commissioner was ilao urged to use his authority Many irayers havo sinco been offered for his step toward Sabbath observance STow comes tho news that tho passen ger agents of all the Michigan railroads havo agreed to do away with Sunday excursions this year This is a splendid victory won through ef orts initated by tho Milford Eudeav rere Mrs ORoar mother orJudgoO- HeBr died Mt Sterling last Thursday aged 73 yom 4 I An Independent Weekly Devoted to the Interests of THE HOME FARM SCHOOL 60 CENTS A YEAR BEREA 21 nt at in children Coombs at member of Seventh at I CHANGEInow firm will exert all of its ability in trying to please ESTIcoot r WitbovigorandtjseasonJlerchantTailoringmay want 4 COYINGTON BANKS Richmiond rv Q2 JMEAT MARKET I have Good Fresh Beef or Pork constantly on hand at popularprices Blacksmithing done at the same standat lowest rates for good workP REYNOLDS DepotSt u601 E B McCOY Dentist IBerea Kentucky IGenter Street Art Gallery C I ono PMprieto- rUptodnto Photos Nothing but tho boat finish at tho lowest pricerWANTED Capable reliable person In every county to rcpreent large company of wild Oman cial reputation tXM salary per year payable weekly u per day ahaoluteiy sure and ipntea itralgnt bonafldc definite salary no com mission salary paid each Saturday and xpenw money advanced each week STANDARD HOUSE 331 UElutoiN ST CHICAGO 6O YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS OCC3H3 COPYRIGHTS Ac Anne tending a fketrh and 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and we will mall you a knlie tho exact eta of this picture It haj 2 blades 1mdrelaUi generally atTSJcU but tojiet yon to try then we will aeud you DUd for 44 ell 01 I 242 cent tampa Your wife want a palc ol SUKAKM Wo mall her a pair neb razor tee for rA ct or SO two ct tUmpi IWe have an SO pageI- 11U1Uated I Oatalpguo we will mall you rco U you uk for It Address MAILER O QUOSU CO 00 Adama St Toledo Ohio and mention the UP SALE of Winter GoodsGLEANING UP SALE will continue until March 10thQUIt this Sale all Ladies and Childrens Heavy Shoos and all Mens and Boys Heavy Shoos Boots Bootees High Cut Shoes Felt loots and Rain Coats all Winter Underwear for Men and Boys all t Winter Caps Work Shirts and Glove every thing In Winter Goods will bo sold at Special Cut PricesI We wish to close out all Winter Goods before receiving Spring Goods Should you want anything to bridge over the storms of March with it will 1be our pleasure to show you our goods and give you prices We will Save You MiortevThanking you for past patronage and soliciting your future demands WE ABB RESPEOTTULIT MAINDouglas Bros willI Olt- laenCLEANING 207II STREET RiblHSDandKv STREET t ITEMS OF INTEREST The Sew uf the World Condensed and Counted for the IleneBt of the hasty Reader tONHAI- Ine new cases of bubonic plague Mace been officially reported at Cape Town The health of 11 Hung Chang ngnln cuusts apprehension It is sold he Is In ti state of collapse Eight dwellings and u livery sta btu were burned in Kansas City Inn Including six livery horses Hy the explosion of eonl oil nt Cas capsule QUI Mrs John Jaiithlcr and her five children were burned to death A deputation of the lloyal Munster Fusiliers lurid n beautiful Celtic cross of shamrocks and lilies on the ton of Queen Victoria ML Do Hotluys is safely recover Ing from his wound received In u due- with Count le Castellane The will be taken from his hip In a few daysThe dispute over the Anglo Rus shin railway at TienlVln Is still on A Kinnll detachment of troops o each Country are encamped on each side of the line Civil government will be established In the Philippines May 15 Judge W II Tnft of Cincinnati will be the gov ernorgeneral lent ChnlTee will be In command of the military forces At Tlpliinvllle Lake county Tenn u mob hanged Ike Fitzgerald to a tree near the court house The Ne gro WUR charged with assault on a white girl Miss Mina Davenport 19 years old- During the progress of a fire at the corner of Duquesne Way and Fort street Pittsburgh one man lost hll life three others were badly Injured The property loss will be tully 250 000 well insured Two Pullman sleeping cars on a train from Tampa to Jacksonville were completely burned near Pnlat ka Ila The sleepers were filled with sleeping tourists and so quickly did the lluniet spread that there was practically no time for saving clothes or valuables SVUU1 Nearly 30000 troops have sailed from Southampton Eng for South AfricaThe war department has received from General McArthur news of the surrender of General Trios with officers and men No charge has been preferred against Minister Loomls now in Ven ezuela Officials say Loomis has done his duty Near Nashville Tenn Bailie Crltch field colored woman was taken by a mob and shot then her body thrown in the creek She was suspected of theftJ Pierpont Morgan has donated 1000l30 toward defraying the debt of 100000 owed by the city branch of the young dens Christian asso caution At Cumberland Md while in an enfeebled condition William William son aged 05 was virtually eaten alive by ruts He was found dead with ruts Knmperlug all about his body In a duel with pistols between Count Itonl De Cnstellnne and M De Itodnys editor of the Figaro Purls the latter received a bullet in hit hip The count was unharmed Ko days wound Is not serious The civil service commission an nounced that It is now ready to re ceive applications and hold examina tions for the government service in the Philippine Islands The examin ations are entirely separate and dis tinct from those for the United States service By unanimous vote the delegates to the United I1neworJ ers conven tion which has been In session in Hnzelton Pa for nearly n week de cided to suspend work at all anthra cite mines unless the operator agreed to meet the miners executive board in joint conference before April SATURDAY The Missouri senate passed n bill to tax nil Ifqunra and wines sold in the stateCount von Gretzen has been all pointed governor of the colony of German Knst Africa Mr liockhlll the American special commissioner is opposed to further execution of Chinese The French are encroaching on Moorish territory at Figulg and se vere fighting has token place It Is reported that German troops ransacked and desecrated a native Christian church in the town of Nau Wing A T Hose the first friend and benefactor of Miss 1mina Abbott the 7riini donna died at Yonkers N of pneumonia Mrs Prudence Smith and Mrs Jane McNutt who raided a joint in Ar moiirdiile Nun were fined 25 each In police court The Twentyeighth infantry regl incnt sailed for San Francisco on the transport Indiana also Company of this Tenth Infantry Russians nre already in the disput e ed territory at TlenTsln Both the KusslaiiB anti British are awaiting in structions from their governments Andrew Curnepfe linn offered to do ante to St Louis 1000000 for the building of n new public library sub jcc to the usual maintenance aud site condition Fire In the Dally Advertiser and Record serett story building Boston did considerable damage Three proofreaders lost their lives nUll a dozen men were more or less Injured Gen Chaffee has received orders from the war department for the evacuation of China by the Ameri can troops They will leave the last of April for Manila Only a legation guard will rennin KIIIUAY Two soldiers of the Porto Rico reg iment committed suicide Kmille Sand lie was arrested in Flllmore county Minnesota charged with counterfeiting A French torpedo boat sprang a leak at Threat and sank Her crew narrowly escaped In boats Charles W Ryan cashier of the Halifax Pa National bank was shot werebtI to Col William Cary Sanger of San gerfield N Y was appointed assist immediatelytflee The race horse Crcscus the Abbot Charley Herr and Boralnm may bo against each other to settle fastestftrotter in the world Mist Edna Orricku hnndsomo young society girl of Canton Miss committed suicide in a hotel at Jack son Hiss She vas engaged to bo married several weeks hence Count font De Castellane slapped the face of M DC Rodays editor of the Figaro and is likely to lines to fight a duel in consequence Do Rodnys accused the count of fiavlnjj been treacherous to M Deroulede On the face of the Russian agree ment it is shown that Manchuria will he returned to China upon condition that Russia be allowed to establish suzerainty over the province with u Russia official occupying the chieX ecutive position similar to the lint ith viceroy of India TIIDHSUAY Three lives were lost in a burning dwelling on Atlanta avenue Brook lyn A locomotive on thft LehIgh Valley railroad near Pittston Pa explode instantly killing Morgan Marsh Wil ion Albert and Robert McMillan Andrew Carnegie has mode a donation of S3 000000 for the endow ment of a fund for inperaunuateil iui1 disabled employin of the Carnegie CoIt Is alleged that Chas A Johnson the missing cashier of the suspended First National bank at Sties Mich committed forgeries to the amount of 100000 A bill was introduced in the Arkansas legislature to regulate the li quor traffic In that state which nn exact copy of the South Carolina dispensary law It K Eckert traveling salesman for a Louisville liquor house Will sir rested at Unlontown Kan for soliciting order He was fined 100 and sentenced to jail for 30 days The hill appropriating 1000000 fort hp Louisiana Purchase Worlds ex position at St Louis passed the Mis Bonn house The bill now goes to the governor for his signature Postmaster Picket with 75000 in gold and au escort of ten mounted men was attacked by a party of 20 bandits on the road in the province of Neuvo VUcayo After a hard fight the robbers were routed At COllll ana Tex a mob took John Henderson colored from officers and turned him at the stake In the presence of 4000 people He was accused of the brutal assault and murder of Mr Younger wife of a farmer MARKET REPORT Cincinnati March 16 CATTLE Common 2 90 JM l Extra butchers 4 r3 i L1LVESExtra 8 75 rt 7 00 9ViMixedSHKEP Extra 4 40 Q 4 Vi LAMBS Extra ul 7i- FLOlH Spring pat 3 80 a 4 SO WHEAT No 2 red CORNNo 2 mixed fi 4- 2OATSNo 2 mixed i 2- 8RYISNo2 ft 58 HAYChoice timothyi14 25 PORK Family ri IG 50 LARD Steam j 7 55 BUTTER Ch dairyf f 14 Choice creamery 2 J APPLES Ch to fatty 3 50 arc 3 75 POTATOES Per brl 40 n 50 TOBACCO New 8 00 fiill 25 Old 1000 ta 3 SO Chlmiro FLOUR Win patent 3 C 3 S- O111IEATNo 2 red i No 3 red rt 74 40YOATHXoPORK51ess 1111 515 LARD Steam tt 7 j2Y New York FLOUR Win patent 365 4 00 WHEAT No 2 red ft 81 CORN No 2 mixed 0 4U OATSNo mixed itU GOy10nILARI Stenm u 8 10 Baltimore sSollthernCORNNo mixed 4V 4- 5OATIu 2 mixed ft 30 CATTLE Hutchers 4 75 ii 5 00 HOGS Western 6 10 tf 1- 5Ionlevllle FLOUR Win patent 4 25 w 70 WHEAT No 2 red fe 77 iIJIJOAJSlIxedPORK Mess n till LARD Steam u 7 C- Lilndlatnapolls 5YICORNN02OATSNo2 mixed 2 26y6 IA YANKEE SEA KING CAPTAIN 8UOCUM SAILED AROUND THE WORLD IN A SLOOP The Hold Knvlitntnr null Ills Kmiinim Craft the Sprny Will lip nt Mir 1nnAmerlean 1SIlIol In IInt fnlo Vest Summer The nautical adventures of the V- Ikings of old which have been celebrated In song and story are over shadowed In Importance by the re nmrknble voyage of Captain Joshua Slocum around the world lu n sloop 80 feet 0 Inches In length over all nod nine tons net burden The solitary Yankee sea king cruised liiOOfl Mlles nn nil the oceans ten times the dis tattoo ever claimed for n Viking ship It MIIS the lint nnd only successful attempt to circumnavigate the globe nlono lu n small boat The ext uordl nary character of the voyage can only be gauged by those who have devoted CAPTAIN TilE SPHAt ITo U at rucricu eipotltlon tneir lives to sonng the seas ann know their varying moods and they one and all regard It as a most remark able exploit Captain Slocum and the boot In which be made his around the world voyage will be at the Pan American Exposition next summer The craft will ride upon the waters of the Beau tiful Park Lake where It may be viewed or boarded by Exposition visitors That It will prove to be a great nt traction goes without saying The Intrepid Yankee globe clrclcr Is a slender man not above the medium height and Is somewhat bald but there Is little gray In the fringe of surviving balr or In his full beard lIe has blue eyes wblcb are frank and direct He possesses a dry humor wblcb Is very amusing That be Is daring pod plucky It attested by his long npd solitary trip The boat In wblcb Captain Slocum made his voyage Is named the Spray It was originally a Usblng lone sup posed to be a century old and when ItI came Into Captain Slocums possession was In process of decay Unaided be rebuilt It upon the original Hues and the splendid manner In which It behav ed on the long tour Is sufficient evl deuce that be bullded well Captain Slocum nailed from Boston on April 21 1895 nnd his voyage consumed 3 years and 2 mobths coming to a close during the SpanishAmerican war In lieu of a chronometer be had an old tin aloe but be was rarely at fault In his longitude The voyage was intended with many unusual Incidents The first occurred after the Spray bad left her first port of call the Azores The Captain had eaten freely of plums and a native cheese and they did not agree wIth JIm Uc was attacked with stomachic cramps He double reefed the mainsail and with a full jib put tbeI sloop on her course lashed the wheel and went below to the cabin where be rolled In agony on the floor Becoming delirious he Imagined that c strange man came on board announced himself as one of Columbus crew and guided the craft blow came up and the Spray ran like a doer When tile Cap tain regained his full senses and was able to go on dock slit was holding true to her course She had nmde 00 miles during the tight In the rough yea The Spray went through the very dangerous Straits of Magellan whose shores are strewn with wrecks and InIhabited by pirates without but after weeks consumed In the pas sage was driven by a furious gale southward and tbeure eastward around Cape Horn necessitating a second pass sage of the Straits Captain Slocum was received atI every landing place with the mobt wII81knownfaring man and the cabled news otI his progress went before him In Sn moa Sirs Robert Louis Stevenson viII lted blm In Tasmania Lord Hnuipden was a caller At the Cape Sir Alfred Milner saw blm A past over tile Cope railways permitted tbe skipper to pay Ida respects to President Km tur of the Boer Republic While he wns cruising the SniiulshAincrlenn wnr broke out and his first Intimation nf the fact wns gleaned from the Unit ed States cruiser Oregon which sig nailed Are there any Spanish incnof war about l Captain Slocum knew of none being In that locality He flip lastly ropllml No hut let us keep together for mutual protection II wan on Juno 27 1S9S that the Ppray cast anchor nt the moorings she had left on her voyage around the see the skipper and the croft of globe circling celebrity will be a treat which nil Exposition visitors will want to enjoy KLDKIIT U Lewis OUTDOOR MACHINERY- One Clnaa ot Knulne Tlml Is Knt housed to Protect It From the Wrnther The oldest type of engine represented at the Ian Atncrlcnn l ICxtosltlon Is the windmill The earliest mention we SLOCLM AND tb A nave of a windmill being employed o do any work was In Alexandria lO C when an Invention driven by In power was employed to operatn a musical Instrument As even this must have been the product of evolution It leaves us entirely In the dark as to the actual origin However we know that windmills were employed In use till labor In many parts of Europe long before Columbus discovered America These old windmills were quaint af fairs Some of them flouted on wa ter and were turned by hand to meet the vagaries of be wind A utter d velopmeut was built on a post and still later the roof of tbe building was otvot ed wblcb allowed tbe building self to- remain stationary It remained for tbe engineers of for nineteenth century to construct wind engine that wasnt once r tuple useful powefItime honored Invention amounts the aggregate to hundreds of thousands of horsepower At the Ian Amerlcan Exposition a group of windmills will be gathered together and planted In a corner of the grounds where they will be required to pump water and In other ways demonstrate their usefulness These will comprise many different types showing tbe evolution of tbe cngltw from tbe old fashioned four sail pat tern down lo tbe ordinary multltudl nous sprocket plan la which till sail area Is automatically adjusted to the wind pressure and tbe speed Is regu bated by a governor Some of these engines will develop a tremendous power while others are simply devised as a cheap and reliable means of work lug a farmers pump Experiments extending over a period Hof years have been conducted tor the purpose of generating electricity by this means Developments along these lines so tar have not been entirely sot Isfaitory though Indications point to ultimate success The dllllcultleH snot with are principally owing to the In constancy of the wind which must lnerlDlOtment we await with Impatience the Improvements In this direction tbat we know ought to be made The time will undoubtedly come when electric light lug will be done In this manner lu fact the electric light plant In a vil lage In Scotland Is now partially op prated by a wind wheel which Is built on the horizontal principal To those unfamiliar with the pros ductloD of the wind engine as used at the presoDi time n visit to this section rrvelatlcnIuseful merely to tbe farmer tied man Possibilities In the Immediate future point to a much wider and mor extender usefulness when power from storagel I AFTER THE CANTEENWHAT SiiKKollvr and lniiiirtnnl Letter by Army tlinpliilii Ilirthrr Vurk fur Trniitrrniipp People Now that the nrmy canteen linn been abolished the qucMlnn Is at in whut will w the effect sisal how the now under of things will be re ceived by the soldiers These ques lions have presented themselves em Orvllle J Nave post chaplain S A at Fort McPhcrHon Ua who writes to tin Union Signal making1 numerous suggestions The points which ho makes will strongly com nieiul themselves to all temperance people Ills letter nH followM Dear Editors I desire to submit a mntter for the careful consideration of your renders We temperance peo pie are largely responsible for the agitation ngalnst the army cnntetn Its abolition wll radically change tilt conditions of service Dividends from the sale of beer have beeonio a recog nized necessity In eoinpnny ndmlnlv trillion One of the chief argument In favor of continuing time canteen has boon that It Improves tile ration of the soldier amid conduces to his contentment nod comfort In other words It demoiiHtratcx the node pincy of the ration now provided by law for the many different condi tloiiN and circumstances of service To deprive company commander ol thin resource without provldlrd equally well from olner sources will worn Inciilcnlable hardships upon the soldiers sow discontent and increase desertion stud drunkenness the latter a rcnctton on aeeonnt of III creased distress l eing Inllluted In thr name of tempernnee Ildcss some thing In done to shake good the loss Hint will be sustained the canteen will be restored The soldier nska for bread a bet ter ration The canteen hiss given it poisoned by till viper of drink Ofll cent justly demnnd What shall we do We worked tint u scheme that answered tie purpose well according to our views what will yon give list In return We trust take care of our men I suggest the following I A sate estimate of tine ration value of the saloon dividend to rnrii company UO per month or it bout It cents per tlay to loch soldier The people should auk ronprr to appropriate that sum to lx turnnl over to company commanders to lie admlnlHtered In the name manner an other company fund are mlmlnU tend suit as the canteen dividends art administered 2lue ItrlliHh government sys tenmtlcnlly encourages total nbntl ncnce In Its army The American government lists hover expressed any appreciation of total abstinence nn n desirable virtue In the Holilier Now that the canteen may be abolished n very desirable result n step forward should IK taken by the American jwo pie and n premium placed upon total abstinence train thetise of all alcoholic drink To secure It would insure more eftlclent discharge of the delicate duties of the soldier especially In our new possessions nnd In Cuba It would reduce invnlidlm save val uable lives reduce iKnslons and re turn the soldier to civil life with double honor anti it would elevate the charcter of the service There fore substantial elTorls It seems tome should bo made to promote this end and Induce an many soldiers as possible to abstain I Total all itinence societies should bi encour aged as IH done In the Itritlsh army 2 Honorable mention might be made monthly on muster and pay rolls 3 Suitable marks of distinction might be devised for total abstain era to wear on duty Preferen tial eligibility other thing being equal to desirable positions includ lag places where extra compensation U allowed S Preferential eligibil ity after discharge to government positions In the various services 0 h eclal mention III discharge papers 7 To nil soldiers who have n record tree from conviction of military or other courts while In service to lit paid a bounty of 30 at tIll time of their discharge Oumiliolellrlllarc underpaid High character Is now required A different soldier IH smote In demand from what was required hitherto No silt ference In pay Is provided for n good soldier who nlwnyn and under nil ell eumstnnces does ids duty faithfully and well from that given to the man who Is the disturbing element In the command nod who cannot be depend ed upon We need sonic premium on character In our army A prize at the roll of enlistment along with decided preferences during service in the form of special mention which would be n handsome testimonial on return Ing home III the xhape of an artistic diploma worthy his endeavor and of preferential eligibility to government positions on account stud na n reward of his lust of total abstinence along with n special bounty of 50 would save thousands of young men from going wrong In their countrys storm ice The little It would cost the gov ernment would bring returns In com pound ratio In comparison with the money spent on obscure creeks and other public expenditure lavishly made At least so It seems to me Your truly Orvllle J Nave Post Chaplain U 8 Army Fort Melhcr ton On Miirr Ittistie Tunis Xnvy The German navy costs ench Inhab stunt of the empire less than 2nmrka- n ear while the amount spent by each for alcohol and tobacco Is between 50 and or 24 tines as much The amount spent n year for bur wine whisky and tobacco U 3000000000 murklUnlon Signal Nearly 500 saloons have gone out of business In Cleveland 0 within this last six month according to the report of the city treasurer o THE SUNDAY SCHOOL Lesson In the International Series for Mnrrli SI 1I O1 Jcsna Cru rlllvtl nod Hurled j Prepared TJIK LESSON TEXT ion Luke I35rl35 And the people stood beholding And the rulers also with them derided Him saying lie saved others let Him save Himself It He be Christ tho chosen ot fled And tho soldiers also mucked Him coming to Him sad ofterltiK Him vlnetar- And saying If thou lie the Kliiu or Thyselfi also was writ ten over Him la letters uf Greek and lAtin and Hebrew This Is the King of he Jews 39 And one of the malefactors wultn were hanged railed on Htm lylnci It Ihou bo Christ save Thyself and us Hut the other answering rebuked him saying Dot not thou tear Josh see nit thou art In the same condemnation And we Indeed Jolty for we receive the due reward of our deed but this man halh dune nothing amis 41 And he said unto Jesus Lord remem bar mo when thou comet Into thy kingdom And Jesus sold unto hlmi Verily I say unto th e Today halt thou be with In Paradise IIUB And It was about the sixth hour and was u darkness over all the rurtn un til tho ninth hour And the sun was darkened and the veil of tie temple wus remit In the midst And when Jesus had cried with a loud voice He said Father Into thy hand I commend my spirit and having suld thus He gave up the ghost Now when the centurion saw what Will Uonv ha glurllleJ Uod saying Cer lulnly this was a righteous man It Aim all the Iwopte that came together to that sight iHhoiUtng the timings which were done smote their breasts and re turned 4J And all Ills acquaintance and the women that tollowru Him Irom Ualllee stood afar oft beholding these things to Anil behold there wu a snail named Josrph a counselor and he was a good man and a Just M The same had not consented to the counsel and deed ot them IM was ot Art malhaea a cityat the Jew whosliohlm sent waited lor the kingdom of lad H This man went unto Iltate and begged the body of Jesus H tad he took It down and wrapped It in linen and laid It In a sepulchcr that ws hewn In Stuns whereon never man be fore wan 1al- dOslllii a 1hTChriatdied fur our aim MrfiirillnsT lu tlie Scrlplur Cur 5 NOTK8 AND COMMKNT8 The culmination of the life work of Jrsu came on the cross Whnt a thing it is to contemplate Jriut the Son of Got and most perfect amung the suns of men dying the death of n swan degraded criminal Cicero speaking of death on the cross says It wna the most cruel and hameful of all punishment Let It nevrr come near the txslyof a Itoinnn citizen nay not even near his thoughts or eyes ocean Too low for a Homnn to even think upon yet the greotrst Benefactor of the race of man there found Ilia end No not end It was only the beginning For I If I be lifted up shall draw all men unto myself The cross Itself became transfigured by the death of Christ Olson It Now It Is no longer the In strument of n degraded death but the emblem of service of devotion to duty of sublime selfsacrifice The priests scribes and phorlsers thought they were getting rid of Christ Instead they gave Christ to the world To get an appreciative view of the events connected with the lesson rend the various accounts of the crucifixion and burial nl follows Matthew HJlttStark 31CLuke 2cuJ- ohn IMtllA careful compilation from the four records gives the various events In the following ardent The superscription placed on the cross In Greek Latin and Hebrew TillS IS Till KINO OK Till JKWS This was n subtle narcnstu for Pilate himself did not believe It The Jews had not accepted Him sa king In fact He was being crucified for claim Ing to be a king It was not In mock ery of Jesus claim For this Pilate cared not at all Hut It WDII a tort of public proclamation of Pilate notion that a malefactor dying1 on the cros waa a fit claimant for the title of King of the Jew Naturally the Jew objected They wanted the su perscrlptlon to be that He alit I am King of the Jew Hut Pllnte left It u It was TIle first word from the cross ynl Father forgive them for they know not what they do The next event In the casting of lots by the soldiers for the garments of JesusIt now the Jews begin to mock Jesus sayings He cared other let Him save Himself The second word from the cross Is spoken to the penitent thief To parndllle i TIll third word is to ills own moth er Mary Woman behold thy lion This Ho said of John this beloved disciple whom He taw standing nlnrIAnd to John He added behold they soother At the height of Jesus suffering at f Oertileuttered the ory of distress My Ood my God why least Thou forsaken me This was the fourth word from the cross The fifths word uttered was I thirst The sixth word showed the now fat approaching end It is finished The Inst onlof Jesus on the 1ITerse sad True Exertion earns excellence Look out for the man who look out for himself There U n great difference between a stiff will and a hard heart A truly Christian life has greater literatureYou 1TherewittedThe only way to have the very prev presentHelperiaa t iy5 r 1 JOHN BRENT Maj Theodore Winthrops Great Story Ilurses Hunting and Adventures in the West II11ICIt 11- 11wIISIt r 11 wine nfliriioiin we rodo on Mijullly Tin1 country grmv rougher Thjf Ititrser luvcr flinched lull thy HWiHtil friilv mill fount from their lirirtti ilpfkitl their fchouldcrH Hy null II with little lilriiwinl minion ilicjinUM hiici diuw iluwii frciiu tin AJinMtintitng frosty rdgeN of HID i itjnii AIM MMiliil lloiKiM iinil liftUt ivi r ohivicd old fnhliriiril nlftl Itfiwl nniMv lo thitlr wor- kit ItllI swiii mill hiiird no lift on IIit ifotl Ismv In the broken conn trv n liuyuto or two scuttliil envy ll UO jHtMWd KlIlllcllllICK II llllllj- JFajf Wolf would skulk nut of a onyiitillMSTClHH nt our klrangi speed lllght CllHW lif COIlId stilt rstnnd Lilt itIllplil rill IIlfIIIuliutv fuf fnuil lIrn n ru ipicur niys tyrfiS Ko ulus cum OVIT edge of it yftjtc Itenilliig iiwiiy to it tallofdrHliliiy pntiirc nt ho lefl II herd of Ijntolupo iiiMiiriil Thry Will tlRe to UN within envy revolver shot Ji y Hpiwiitf Into graceful Might Mind scow nf them villi tnlU tip n il iuv tool ylniiiing lrt niilly pa iiir Ins i nlolly thty Mew iliat vii il lui followed cull thoy In IN IM pursuers enrcoring n Ir n IIIM or loon until in ii InminrM lyft their gumbol Ir HI iKlilml- i11 I il tidily for that Illllrh III tin in 4rrn Thu luniiiilnln IIOV- t l irpir the country where WII trr il riiuirhfr every stride 11C v mi 1 n n whir track covered with v i n hi B Three ihhiyril and k n It twin a pi fmy forest oft t urn end complete but no III h HI in the knee lorry dwnrfoil 11 iitlod limit bad the trunk int amt gray withered foil n i ii n minimum of oini trc 11 Iwt rturtly that IIM hAIl u tii r iiiiit Mrnpgle fur lift on At 11lml cittK liy shore nr a unite Mele of n flumnlalo ii ri nlloHHiiuc of Bnllln vat 01 rtiur In ilrlnk MyrUilH of v nilra of that anti ri glen have nil p rtnnt vipilnllon except title 111 e or ArtrinUhi nut a ininn rr brntbcr not even juod to liiirn tin i rnttnvoiK- lI I inay rill through the toarln th vfcitaof n forest priinovnl nil one lade liimldiT Ihroufjli a crowd of tvttlritl Itarlnrlnn nt n upoctaolo gnhoptor the top of tide pigmy uftoil was OR illlltrult as to find JIBH Ilc OVIT the head of the some froi lt tall itttti sal iliort men hat toil wllli Klnucli Imtft W SIMVS and lovoplpc It wan n rough CnIII bit It checked our speed and cliafol our horlCS Sonicl lines we L could find natural patlnviiya for a few roils The a utrnyrd oildc or cloMil up amt WII must large Hlinlglit on Ue host time inomont W last more precloiiH than If every ijiut witru lUll 11111 by n drop In n ijjijwivdra a clock whirl numstirim Lint by the dripping of water and iWlilt leap nN it fell ehaiiKcd Itself hnil tlliklinl In the liuMn a jirlccless- limrlt it worries me thin delay I sold to Hreiit TliCry lust an much more time than wis lo tall 4nil ho crowned on moro deeper niilf aH it man rides for dearer than tiB it lover rides for love through4indfilters best In could rulano began tit t invf lilt what leaps were In him gnvu him Jilt head No bridle Wiiilil bore held him kept my mas iiify ty the voice or rather by the jxlrftiet Idcntlflratlnn of his will with Our nihuls acted together Vgitvo Btreiififi I Btlll warned hint vi strength my friend for the xnotmtnlim nml thin Innt Imps A little jMtliwny In the Nags bushes ittuldeiily ojMned before me as it late rlftR In thi press of hurrying legions tilt the ertih ofII city thorough fan dashod on u hundred yards in advance of my eoinraden What Wan this The bushes train lih and broken down just ns we In our miUKiKC were riiinpliiic nml bntikln then What 1 Hoof marls in lie dust The tntil I cried tho tralll They sprung toward me llrent followed thl line with his eye Ho ijlilhICII fortrard with a look of triumph Snddunly I Mil hint illnif himself half out of his saddle and clutch nt mitnu object Still going nt speed lend holding on by one leg alone utter the Indlnii fashion for sport or nhelter it aliiHt an arrow or a slot lie picked tip Homethlng front tho 11111111JIIIIrode beside him over n gap In the wipe A Inilys glovcl that was what ho hind stooped to recover An old buekskln riding gauntlet neatly it inh ni11Iet pinked on till wil tlot A pretty glove Mtrangely almost trngleally feminine in tlilH devolution A wullworn glow thft IIIIH seen helter days like HH inlKtrcKM hid never any day FO good us this which It proved to us that wu were on the intro path of rescue take up till gauntlet sold Urcut care a yii le touchol Wo maid nothing more for he nn conncloii token this silent cry for help made the danger seem more iilouely Imminent Wc pressed nu- Nn lllnchliig In any of the horses Wlirro wu could we wen wing at speed Where they could tin horKos kept tilde by tilde nerving each other Companionship KiiKlalneil them in that terrible tide And now In front the purple Sierra WIIM growing brown tutu rising up a distinct wall cleft visibly with dull gully ravine mid canon The saw teeth of thu ridge defined thcniMlvcs sharply Into pork nod pliiiincli llrond lie kiN of cool HIIOW gleamed upon the summits We lung ourselves tin ttII anil tip tile titer Into Hiilmlplnu legions WI rrobMd great Hloplng Nnvnu tills leap in dry rustling grass where a nation of rattle might pasture We plunged Ilirouifh broad wastes of hot stud Wu Hung iiiirilvctf down and up till red silts of waterworn gullies We took breakneck leapsacross dry rye briidiiH In the clay 1Vr chit tercil iieroril stony urroyog longing IhirHt lly for the gush of water tlrat hud Hutted there tunny inoiitlm before Till trail was everywhere Xn pinlrle iTiift was needed to Iran1 It Iliirr the close hind gone but a few budttnnsrdth acroKM grassy nlopcH r1ennslltrnlmower that pliiiighlng iarlly through the stud here trending till red crumbling cluy hero breaking down the slur of a bank lucre tenting n sharp hooftniiU In Ihr try mud of a lied lot mil Uvcrvwhere a straight path poliiiliig fur that iliipenlng gap in the Sierra uggerncl Alley thu only gllll Of IMJIp- lHrenlN iiniirrlng judgment hail dl tined the course might On he led uliHrglng along the trail as If he were tniinpllng already on the car ulllllfI of the pursued On he hid mid we followed drawing nearer nearer to our gout Our horses suffered bitterly for water Homo five hours we hnil rid urn without pause Not one drop of water In ell that urld wiiNtc The torrents had poured nlong the dry watercourses too hastily to let the- noly idles and willows nlong their lists treasure upnny sap of growth Tin wililHage bushes hind plainly utter lasted fluid more plrntiotik than seldom dewdroM doled out on ecrinln rare festal days enough to keep their meager folliign n dusty pray No pleasant streamlet lurked iinywhcre under the long dry grass of the savannas The arroyos were parched and hot ns rifts In lava It became ngonlzlng to listen to tin Mint Ing nnd gasping of our horses Tlielr eyes grew staring and btoodkhot Wu suffered ourkelves hardly lets than thry It was cruel to priM on Uut we must hinder a crueller cruelty Love against Time Vengeance nguliiNt Time We trust not Hindi fur nuyneck liumulilly to the noble allies that struggled on with til without ono token of re sistanceFulnno suffered Icnst lie turned his bravo ryes Lack and lcckoned mo with Ids ear to listen while he seemed to tint See lids is my Uii durancct I hold my Power ready xtlll to show And ho curved his proud tack shook hie innnc like n banner mid galloped the grandest of rolloWe cane to a broad strip of sand thin dry bed of n mountain torrent Ilio trail followed up this disap pointing pnth Heavy ploughing for the tired horscsl How would they bear the rough work down the nt vine yet to come Suddenly our leader pulled up nil sprang from Ills saddle Iookl1e cried how those fel lows spent their time and saved ours Thank heaven for this We shnll save her surely now It was water No need to go back to 1lndnr to know that it was the lest They had dug a pit deep In the thirsty sandand found n lurking river burled there Nature never questioned what manner of men they were that sought ilurdcrers Hying from vengeance and planning now another villain outrage still Im purtliil Nature did not change her lutes for them Sunshine air water life these boons of hers she gave them freely That higher boon of dentin If they were to receive It JlIIW11Inllromen of water In tho sand It proved that our chase had suffered as we nnd hall been delayed as we Before they hull lend to pause hind waste price less moments here their horses must lime been drooping terribly The pit was nearly five feet deep A good hours work and no less had dug it with such tools as they could bring almost laughed to thinkof the two slowly balling out the Mild lug tinnd with u tin plate perhaps and n frying pan while n score of miles away upon the desert we three were riding lined upon their tracks to follow them tho teeter for this refreshment they had left Sic vos non vobla You worked but not for yourselves wits ready to pay triumphantly but then I remember ed the tlilrd figure In their groult II Moinnti like n Sibyl growing Cahill er her peril grew and suctnir seemed to withdraw And the pang of this picture crushed back Into my heart any thoughts but n mild anx iety anti n frenzy to be driving on Wo drank thankfully of this well by the wayfclde No gentle beauty hereabouts to enchant us to delay No old tree the shelter null the landmark of the fountain pro claiming nn oasis near Nothing but WILli111I1Icstill remembered UH parent snows We drank soul were grateful almost to the point of pity Had wo linen but avengers like Armstrong my I friend nnd I could itch ii Igli have full mercy hero and turned buck par doning Hut rescue was wore im perative thou vengeance Our buil ncKH tortmed while wu dallied Wu grudged these moment of re freshments Before ought fell down the west and night was soon to be- climbing up the cast wu must over thenI and t pane away trout Kulnnos nostrils stud brrathcd him a moment Tliun let him drain deep tin kiuus draughts from thin IIlIdIcurvet lull bound My weight was n feather to him All tlioso leagues of our hard hurt gallop were nothing The brown Sierra hero wits clove nt hand Its glittering Icy summits above the dark and sheeny walls far above the black of nook clambering phil stooped forward and hung iuer lik III wi rode Ve were now at thu foot of the rmigu where it dip 1111ITt giant force had clutched the mount I1lartIhwound away mid cliwcd lost between slit uuigltyunlls a thousand feet high nod bearing two brother pyra mid of purple cllir aloft far above the snow llni1 speakingthnutrIGrsltOut we shall lo at the Springs that If w rout go through this break neck gorge nt the same puce ily beforeIhim up How arc yours J luhino asserts thAt he has not lcgiin to show liliiKtlf yet I may hint to curry you on behind before we nre doiii i pointdgtiunt white dorse inotud on quicker int this geotiirc lit seemed n tireless machine nqt tlrsh anti blooda ttclng mil Ills muster living sal net big by the forn of n puryroe alone Our chief led the way Into the canon CHAITKIt XX A HOKSK- Ven John llrent you were right when you rntlrd LtiiTfierncI Alley a wonder of our continent I reiueml cr It snwI onlIInw it then It seemed to me then that I prccIplorR faceslitnot to stare about but to look sharp and rldn howl and did itYet now I cat remember distinct as If I beheld it every stride of that pass and everywhere its I recall foot after foot of tlmt fierce chasm I sec three men with set faces one deathly pale tend wearing n bloody turban nil galloping steadily on on slayTerrible pave greathtdtimighty boulders where n cliff had fallen an neon ego before the days of thin roadmaker race crevices wjiere nn unwary foot might catch wide rifts where rt slinky horse might fall or n timid horxeinan drag him linen Terrible riding A paws where a calm traveler would pro quietly picking his steps thankful each hour counted Lint n safe mile IfI Terrible riding Madness to go we went Horse and mnn any mo ment either might shatter every limb Hut man and horse neither can know what he can do until ho WlItiIll rt broken with eagerness No whipping or spurring Our 10Ihorses were a part of ourselves AllcyIdrnwing through horse nnd were braced and cheered to work and in such riding as that thllrI titan nod hors must think timid move together eye and hard till rider must choose nail comm ofI ns bravely ns the horse executes blue sky was overhead thin red sun upon time castellated walls n th tisnnd feet above tis the purpling chasm opened before It wits lute these were tho last moments Hut we should save the lady yet Yec our hearts shouted to ns we shall save her yet To be continued Progressive dinners are becoming popular In some of thu western cit ies One of six courses Will lately enjoyed In lopoisvlllc WIs At the first hoiko twenty guests ate oysters nnd then hastened to thu second house where they partook of soup then on to the third house where they hind fish and then they contin ucd until thu sixth couro was served IWhcn royal personages get tired of the glaring light that beats upon them they often assume borrowed names which not being generally known insures u certain amount of prlracgr THE SHADOW OF THY WINO When the shadows darkly gather Hound my pathway here below And the floods of sere affliction Threaten me to overflow Then 0 Father give me shelter Neath the shadow of Thy wing Let me learn the blessed lesson That bthlnd the blackest sky Tho sun of love Is ehlnlng And the clouds must moon roll by May I know the sure safe shelled Neath the shadow of Thy wing keepingFoldedNo evil can come near me No trials can me move When I creep Into safe thelter Neath tho shadow of Thy wing Charlotte Archer Honey In United Preibyerlan BUILDING THE TEMPLE There It Slnoh In Tills Life That Is ol Only Temporary Use Iulne The permanent rearsand leave hnsworld is a small affair compared with the mental labor of which it Is the net product The unseen toll IB the world of scaffolding and scattered chips which Is only implied but never visible in the completed structure A great author gives a book to the world It ia a comparatively small affair may be carried in the hand or mislaid on a shelf If the scaffolding and byprod ucts of study and reading and think ing nnd discussing could remain visibly surrounding the finished volume what a bewildering network of supports hers ladders and other accessories together with litter there would bel George Hancroft the historian for Instance Is said to have seldom written over 300 words a day spending only the early morning hours at his desk The unappreciative onlooker would say that Hancroft did not do much work for he got through WHtlng by nine la the morning But the reading the studying the planning this was the necessary tIICflceell4ory aea fToldblllld Ing Where Is It Gone yet not gone And to of all construction whether in the realm of mind or matter We must be content to do much drudgery for which we get no credit and which Is of but temporary purpose It is so in rear ing the structure of character It is so In building nation a world The chips from the woodman ax and the dust trom the carpenters saw like the scat folding have no place In his finished product We are all In part scaffold Ing and chips nnd sawdust In the proc ess of progress or world bullding But while we must consent thus to disap pear an mere accessories of the time or an byproducts so too we should contribute our share to the permanent temple of human progress S 8 Times THE GREAT TEACHER Chrlat na the Itermlrr of Truth Por rayed by the Dlahop of nipon It is the recognition of Christ as not only teacher but revealer which gives such deep significance to thent ternnces of Christ In which He gath ers round Himself the fullness of Hit teaching as when He says I am the truth He therefore that would enter into the teaching of Christ must enter into the heart of Christ Christ is the way to the understand lug of what He says He Is the ex pression of the life which He unfolds He gives light when He expounds the principles of the spiritual order but In Himself also He is the Light for in Him the spiritual order finds its highest and most beautiful expression From Him there flow more than words of wisdom for His words are chnrged with the vital force of Hit own personality The form of thought which He presented are noble and fair but even these are less than the living personal influence which they carry with them The words which He spoke were spirit nnd were life lie who understands this will realize how far Christ surpasses anyone who has been even a great teacher among men When He speaks there Is heaven and energy nnd eternity in His words because He Is what He Is None can take ills place The apostles question rises naturally to the lips of those who have sat longest at JIll feet Lordl to whom shall we go Thou hast the words of eternal life of Upon In time Thrift QulerILifes real loss is life unfired The strength we pay out for a principle enriches us though the cause may seem n failure The strength we save through cowardice or selfishness Im poverishes us The love that is given though It be not halt returned builds up the heart while the love that is withheld shrivels it Prudence may be an enemy of power and thrift bring beggary behind it There Is that wlthholdcth and tendeth to pO- TertyS S Times Need of the World The need of Home is the need of the world today The characteristic that commended the religion of the Nnzarene to the Imperial city II that It was a power that would bep men be and do what they knew they ought to be and do The Gospel of the of God is something more than a phlll thenBibleclaimed the attention of mortals Rcr Dr SwUU FORGIVE AID FOR01T A tll1WineThe late Dr A JL Quint to relate an instance of neighborhood observaIthrough an unhappy family difference dividedIto reconcile the two factions resigned his pastorate in the interest of peace But the trouble continued and the hostile parties were so implacable that for years it was Impossible to settle another minister One summer when the congrega tion had dwindled and the church had become too weak to support a resident a young theological student came out to preach during his racsv tlon In some way he won all hearts and continued to supply the pulpit during his remaining year of study after which he accepted a united call aspastorThere lived and labored made peace and grew Into the life of the people It was his only pastorate and it lasted half a century He buried the leader in the old quarrel married their children and their grandchildren and died at a good old age after 50 years of a blessed mini try Then happened a strange thing When the church came to consider the calling of another pastor Mr Smith made a joking allusion to the historic quarrel How foolish those old fellow werel said he Ive heard my father tell how old Deacon Brown wouldnt pray In the meeting where he had taken part Deacon Browns son laughed too but resented the allusion and men tioned something which his father had told of the elder Mr SmithIThats all very true no doubt said Mr Smith but my sainted fa ther was a man of convictions sir and I honor his memoryl No more than I honor the memory and convictions of my father said Mr Brown Incredible as It may seem this little dispute at once called back a hate ful memory and started in full career all the unbrotherly clamor and rej proach of the old quarrel Dead for half a century the contention began again It had sprung out of a trifle in the first instance and the merest trifle now brought It out of Its grave Only after the greatest effort on the part of those who had no ancestors in the original strife and the wise counsel of men outside was the diffi culty settled and peace restored Those who say I can forgive but I cant forget have never more than half forgiven Unless one can so far forget that he ceases to think evil wrongheof bitterness out of which new hatred may grow Dig out the root and let It the children of your Father which in Heaven is the precept of Jesus and the Fathers feeling toward the pardoned offender is some thing for Hi children to Imitate unearly as they can 1 will forgive their iniquity and I will remember their sin BO aonYouUl Com pinion THE GOSPEL BY JAMES Eplatl5 Hoately Dlr otBe i and Close PertlaeBoe to COBIBOB Pe le sad Everyday life This epistle is full of gospel of very distinctive character No more practical really than that uttered bj Matthew Luke or Paul It has a cer tain homely directness a close pert everydaylifeillustrates ia the same degree We realize the authors wide knowledg- of human life and character Mil shrewd keen penetrating vision hit plalnspokenness at once blunt and kindly and his disposition without losing sight of the theoretical and spir emphuizItaThere Is nothing new or striking in the teachings of James Make your sayExhibithumilityKeepnot be beguiled by appearances Cher ish a calm supreme faith In God But by plain precept and vivid illustration he makes clear lasting Impressions Perhaps no other book of the Blblt has thhleplltle and tenderness interests and touches lit positiveness tend to convince It is severe yet friendly and even affec tionate It teaches us how to use oui common human nature and experl ences In the spirit of consecration lot the Masters sake We know little about the writer but he is Immortal In literature because of this one short letter How litth he doubtless supposed as he wroti It that It would milD to the sue ceeding ages what it has meant The history of the epistle teacher afresh the familiar truth that he wht does his best day by day may prove st any time to have done a work ot eternal significance Boston Congre Nationalist A Secondary TklBr How pitifully in contrast is our con duct with the Master and the entire spirit of the religion which we profess Let our Christian living be no longei a secondary thing Gather the choicest affections of your heart and bring ti Yls W eMArct Itye eta IiaL i WHEN AMBITION IS EVIL Tremendous Force for Good If Properly Controlled I Often Saturated with SelUihneis Ambition is like pride or the desire for wealth right and useful In itself and a tremendous force for good if properly controlled but exceedingly mischievous when allowed to become master instead ofservant No other motive has so influenced mankind but its operation is ns different as dark ness and light Napoleon the Great was conspicuously ambitious and trove to win power and fame at no matter what cost of the blood and tears of his fellowmen Mr Moody waa equally ambitious but his aim was to illustrate a genuine humility and an unfaltering and richly fruit ful Christian service Nobody Is worth much who Is destitute of ambition But he whose am bition ia fixed upon some evil end or makes use of methods which are unfair unkind or in any way Injurious to others or only tend to diminish his own spiritual sensitiveness and energy is an object of pity To desire wealth fame power of any kind and to strive for it In honorable fashion is commendable But to try to be first for the sake of surpassing others rather than of doing the most and best with ones powers and opportuni sheownD pento suhceed tbyful measures If clean and square ones cannot be depended upon to secure the result desired is to allow ambition to befool us Unless ambition be consecrated we cannot safely allow It to become ab- sorbIng as Its tendency Is It Is satu rated with selfishness unless It Is Im hued with the Holy Spirit It fixes oars attention upon himself his own condition and prospects hits own gains and losses his own standing with his felons until he looms up before his own mind pxnislvrly mad loses all just r use of proportion That is not the spirit of the Copel It is not the spirit which niives the soul or blesses the world No ninbl Lion Is safe which Is incnnsltrot with humility and with mlnUteriiig willing ly to others Without ambition many most neces nary achievements never would b wrought But anios It Is In llnq with the character and life of Jesus Is it helpful or even safe It must bp that of Paul not that of Alexander Boston Congregationalist A FRANK RECORD MDlotrrihri Vlin Iovclh to Hnrr the lrmiilnrnerA I2nilinnlr- at Cliurnilvr In the third epistle of John the nini verse we read of u certain mini by lea name of Diotrephes who it Isaid HCIlliloel1eeuIentire character and If the truth were known many of us might appropriately accompany that e l1mute with n furl ing of profound sympathy Indeed suspect that out of my own unlovely estimate of this stun of the long ago there emerges what might be token lor- a personal reflection One many as well 4 acknowledge that It is pltnmnt to oc cupy the chief seat III thesj iiigugue at least it appears to be It would be grate ifying to be able to reflect that byvir tue of my own ability my own person ality I can compel the admiration the emulaUonof those about me Most of us agree within ourselves that to be unrecognized unappreciated here below is a very unfortunate state of ufo fairs to yield up ones rightful place to another an Indignity oat to be thought of But certainly none will deny that all this Is distinctly out of harmony with the teachings of Jesus proteassmile of approval as what Is above all else really worth while How many of us who claim that to love one aim other is essential remember that this tame love vaunteth riot herself seek eth not her own 1 nlwayaIndulgedregardless of consequences nor yet waysNayfor ourselves that if time germ of a sim liar characteristic be found In you or me Christ shall speedily extinguish It and shed abroad in Its place the love that will enable us to lire In honor prefering one another Florence Turner In Baptist Union GOLD DUST The wells of God are never dryDos ton CongregatlonalUt Our service is the seal that attests the genuineness of our pruyersMans- Horn Faith prayer and prudence ore three elements In a successful life or work United Presbyterian Sorrows are often like clouds which though black when they are pushing over us when they tire past become as If they were the garments of tlod thrown off In purple and gold smug the sky Henry Ward llecchcr God hides some Ideal In every human soul At some time in our life we feel a trembling fearful longing to do sonic good thing Life finds its noblest spring of excellence in this htdllrn Im pulse to do our best Ilobert Collyer By friendship you mean the KI II est love thin grenlest nefulnese the most periVct trust und the n open communication anti the 111 sufferings and the siucerest truth nail the heartiest counsel nnd the gn uiiai union of minds of which brett it and women are capable Jtreiuj lay La IJ H V f M e Li iw w4 a 6 u w + r t LJTHEGITIZENBEREA KYMARCH 21 1901 The Educated Hand Oration at Closing Exhibition ol the Winter TVnn br HrBMEsroiui ol lUUImore Mil There is something new in educa tion Tlioro is n widespread tenden cy to place hummer and story us well us spelling hook and arithmetic in the hands of tho pupil Thus the manual aud inontil training aro com blUed anti in the near future will be found on tho curriculum of our public and private schools The purpose of manual traiuiig is to uphold tho dignity of labor to tench the hand to obey the mind and to fit our boys for tho actual duties of life When manual training is combined with mental culture wo shall not pare so many sickly ministers editors and teachers One fourth of the students upv leave college with injured health and fully ono half are too sensitive to bear the rough treatment of the world We believe that an early ac quaintance with the square the saw and tho chisel would greatly help these uetVous scholars and futher wo bl Bern that with manual training in our public schools we shall have fewer criminals What is there but the penitentiary beforo any boy who has learned no profession trade or reli able menus of honest selfsupport t It is fount that in our prisons there nro six criminals to one skilled work man These criminals are not ruined for lack of education but in spite of it In three state prisons of New York after careful investigation it was found that only about six per cent were uneducated In another prison seven por cent were graduates of colleges academies and highschools- Tho army of tramps is largely com posed omen who never learned a trade anti who can handle nothing but a shovel A boy who learns no tmde masters no useful and productive calling has lust his chance and for the rest of his life his existence is a close strug gle against poverty vice and crime There are thousands of young mon in our great cities who rise each morn ing with littlo or no assurance as to where their daily bread may come fromThe great changes of social position in this country are sufficient reasons why every boy should learn a trade and learn it well Aud this is our next pointil lean tlcraft is not learned until it is learned wells There are some young men who know many trades a little of each but altogether they hardly can make a living I know u young man who spout three years in a grocery and wuon he had learned tho business he decided to go into a dry goods store By failing to choose the first he has l lost three years of experience After some time he hue decided to become a printer and it was my privilege to give him soma instructions in the mystery of the art of But in a few weeks he left the printing otlice in order to become a conductor on a street car Incidentally I met him last summer in Ballimore He was selling on a street corner newly invented bachelor buttons It was nu amusing sight but it was also a pitiful sight and the hopeless and sud look he cast upon me greatly aroused my feelings not only for him but for all young men who may be in a similar situation The young man with mechanical trade is often better quipped for the battle of lift than the young man with learned profession The industrious skilled workman is sure of a cottage and tho cottage may grow into a mansion while the man of let ters so often struggles in vain to mount the steps ofa palace And tho man with tools not only helps himself but he helps his country by his industry and his in ventipns So called greasy mechanic has done moro toward tho progress of tho world than was accomplished up to that time by all the statesmen of nil the deadages Tile young man can no longer go West but he must go up or down In order to insure him a living and to protect him from going down let him have an industrial education the education where the brain informs tho muscle where the thought directs every blow and where the mind the t eye and the hand constitute an in vincible triple alliance A saloon was driven from the sub urbs of Zunesville 0 largely by the efforts of the Meadow Farm Method ist Protestant Christain Endeavor so coly The city council of Lexington pass ed an ordinance last Friday making it a misdemeanor to sell cocaino in that city they also issued an order that hereafter no whiskey must be sold on Sundays i lWa CorrespondenceClay Ogle B J Jackson of Goose Rock has moved to Jellico Tenu Irvin Smith of Goose Creek has moved to the head of Otter Creek Joo Eversole and Mary Hubbnrd have moved to Barborsville Joe Morgan of Goose Crook has opened a store near the mouth of Ot CreekWm has replenished his stock of goods Bourbon County Milleraburtr John Mayberry and Richard Bush left Tuesday foi OklahomaMrs Allen of Mayslick is vis ding her brother Eliguh Allen Presiding Elder Walker held Quar terly meeting at Methodist Church Sunday Mrs Walker his wife is still sick- Mrs Hulda Herod is on a visit to her daughter in Springfield Ohio Miss Emma Griggs is visiting rel atives in Paris this week Jackson County Kirby 1nobR W Daugherty haw gone back to Berea to school- S B Combs and his brother Henry passed through here going to their home at Tyner Mr Combs has been attending school at Berea William Jones is slowly recovering from a severe attack of fever Miss Mary Baker of McKee visited friends at this place last week Miss Baker says the little Sunday School at Mckee is getting along nice Iy The Sunday School at Kirby Knob is a very prosperous one Little Rosa Powell is still sick Alfred Sparks io visiting his grand mother at Wind Cave J W Baker and family have moved to Ohio D M Click is soon going to Lin coln Co where he will travel in the interests of the Silver Leaf Nurseries at Nurseries Va Levi Kimberlaiu and daughter are visiting relatives in Owsley county Several of the neighbors have been making maple syrup and sugar Mason County filayavllle On Monday March 17 Mrs T A Reid gave a grand so cial in honor of her birthday Quite a number of her friends brought presents which were given with hearty con gratulations We wish for Mrs Reid many more such enjoyable birthdays Neal Potts and Mies Lizzie Combs were married Thursday evening at the home of the bride on Third St Rev O A Nelson officiated Winter apparently is over and ever ybody is showing his appreciation by wearing a broad smile on his face If parents wish their children to become useful men and women they should take more pride in send ing them to school and not wait un til school is nearly ready to clove be fore enterjng them The way the twig is bent the tree is inclined The sisters of the M E Church gave an uptodate supper Saturday evening The refreshments were elaborate and heartily enjoyed David Adams continues ill at his home on Third St The None Such club was entertained Friday evening by Mrs Silas Marshall Madison County Wallacetou Miss Maggie Wal lace of Berea was bore on a visit re centlyS Taylor expects to leave shortly for Illinois Rev J G Howes has been prevented from Cro filling his appointments by an affection of the eyes Miss Lucy Black is teaching a school at this place Miss Nannie Keene now on a visit to her sister in Illinois expects to return home shortly- If the health of his wife permits John Wyler expects to move in two weeks to the farm ha has rented Ed Smith Henry Elliot who returned recent ly from the Philippines will go to Illinois soon Albert and May Ponder came back from Illinois last week They said they could not find employment Peytontowu Miss Mary White has been quite sick but is improving and hopes to be able to return to school soon Miss Adele Phelps cams home dur r ing vacation she has gone back to schoolat Keene Miss Allis M Watts a student at Berea spout vacation here with her parents Harry Turner attended church at Richmond Sunday Our Sunday school is growing in attendance and interest Aunt Esther Martin spent Sunday with Mrs Lucy Turner Mary Jenkins and sister visited Miss Nannie Jenkins this week Owsley County Gabbard Whitley Minter of Booneville is moving to his farm at this place We are glad to have him with us as a neighbor Dudley Reynolds of Cow Creek was hero Tuesday on business aud went on to Wolf Creek Forest fire broke out at Alfred Bo lins place Thursday but uus stopped before it did any dam tgo Holey Combs of South Booneville was here Thursday on business Ballard hull is in Leslie county making ties John L and Henry Gabbard were at Cow Creek Friday A J Barker of Cow Creek was here last Saturday and bought M Baileys produce Mrs Jailey F Gabbard sold Ever sole Barker 83 pounds of poultry Last Sunday was the windiest day of the season many fences being blown down Jas Mayes and Miss Lucy Baker of Cow Creek were married last weekSamuel Combs has roved to South ForkDr C M Anderson passed through here Friday on his way to Buffalo The health of fhis neighborhood is very good Marion Baker will soon have a now supply of groceries Leander Gibson and Edward Ever sole returned home from Breu lust weekWalter Scale of Booneville was here Wednesday The CITIZEN is well worth its COt Subscribe for it a year Forest fires did great damage on Meadow Creek last Sunday and Mon day burning over 1000 panels offence for G B Rose Spring Term Opens Big The Spring Term opened with an unusually large number of new stud ants and the happy return of old students so that the number will be greater than ever before at this time of the year And The more the merrier r The Chapel address on the first lay of the term was given by Pres Frost and was an occasion not to be missed without regret On the second morning of the term there was a most ringing and helpful talk by Professor Leonard L Willett of Chicago University who was visiting Berea Prof Dinsmore was in Frankfort during the vacation in consultation with the State Commissioner of Schools The special courses for fitting teachers for spring examina tions are doing splendid work Extracts from Town Ordinances PUBLIC ORI AKTICLE sri 2 Any person whokjiajl rMe arroni any ridge pertaining to a tide walk or along any walk or who shall In a disorderly and boltUroiu manner ride through any of the itreeti ol he town ol Herta ihall bo lined not lew than Ire nor more than twentyfire dollar for each Any penwn who ihall within the lim U ol the town of Btrea become or be drunk and act In a disorderly manner to ai to attract the notice of pawcrt by ihall be lined not Icti than two nor more than twentyfire dollar for each oflVnac SEC 8 Any penon ai above dUturbfng the order of the town shall be arrested taken before- he pollee court and committed once to the lockup till wbored when he shall further be team twlth onorlng to law 9 Any perron who shall ue abuilro or Intuiting language towards other within the town limit or who shall engage In bofoteroiii convenatlon gather and loiter about any di pot house of uaembly or place of builnet to the obstruction of peeler ahall be fined not lew than two nor more than twenty dollar Do Good and Make Money BY IntredaGlng EntertainingBooks FOR TERMS AND FULL PARTICULARS ADDRESS Nichols and Coipany TnHisler Naperville Ill And Mon THE CtTUKN THE HOME Edited by MIM J Inittuctor In Domcitlo Science Hero College UTILIZING THE LEFTOVERS Probably one of the hardest lull overs to deal with is the vegetable Such a mere scrap of tomato peas or beans And yet your economical inclination will not permit you to throw these things away The cup of tomato if properly added to a white sauce will result in a mock bisque soup tho bonus will give variety if folded into an omelo while the puns string beans and boots leftovers front yesterday may be mixed with a salad dressing garnished with slices ol hardboiled eggs and lettuce leaves and give a palatable as well as a pretty salad Thrift taste and judgment como into play in salad making by using originality and in vention many a salad can bo produced that is not described in cookbooks but delightful to tho oyo and taste A very good scallop may bo made from conked rice if you alternate lay ers of grated cheeso with tho rico and finish off the top with white sauce The number of rules for fixing over cooked potato might cover pages be ginning with the simplB creamed potato and going on to the more elabo rate soutllo Bits of oatmeal hominy cracked wheat ole may be added to the grid dle cake batter sad give a pleasing change or they may beshuped into putties and fried or combinedwith fruit or custard as n pudding Stale pieces of cako or cookies may probably be used to a greater advantage than most of our leftovers for the question of desserts is often n serious ono to tho busy house keeper A vast improvement over tho or dinary bread pudding is made by cut ting pier ls of stale cake into small cubes pour over them a custard mix ture and steam the whole for an hour The top may be covered with chopped fruit or bits of leftover jelly Anoth er nay is to spread squares of the rake with jam or jolly place in layers iu u glass dish thou pour over them a boiled custard and servo cold Those are only two out of a great number of ways for using left over cake The poolings from oranges and lemons should be saved anti kept in a weak brine until a number have been collected then washed thoroughly boiled in water until tender The water should then bo drained off tho white pulp scraped out and the yol low peelings boiled in syrup until clear They may be dried by spread ing them upon plates then put away iu jars Peelings prepared in such a way may Ira cut into shreds and used in cakes puddings etc making- a very delicious and cheap addition to various sweet dishes Thus we might continue indefinitely for the ways of saving odds and onds to an advantage are without number By using much care and an average amount of intelligence there should be practically no waste whatever in our kitchens and tho time is coming when the gage of a womans rank in cookery can be definitely determined by what she wastes or utilizes SAW MILL forSALE A twelve horse power engine mounted on wheels and a Handy Saw Mill aril Grist Mill combined all in goodor der at prices to suit the times Call on or address J W Lambert Con way Ky8r21 Photographs 12 on fancy mounts copied from your photo 80c On buttons lOc each3 for 25c Send 2 stamps for sample Wm Lorimor Photographer Danville Ky AOENTS WANTED Orders for pies doughnuts and other products of the Cooking School be made to Miss Stokes at the Model House THE FARM Klitc1 by 8 C Iroltfwnr ol llirll culture area Collctre THE ESSENTIALS OF BLACKCAP CULTURE A small Plantation well tilled CULTURE DISTANCE ArtnTTut distance apart ut which tho rows should or may bo spaced depends ih u great measure upon tins method to lo pursued in tho culture of the plantation continual clean cultivation is to be practiced tho rows should not bo closer thou toven fuel the plants J feet apart in tho row NVo hart grown blackcaps however and very planted much clover In plattiponwhore continual moans that our ground will not only very promptly assume time form ofu huge stairway but that every hoavv rain will carry away tons of rich Inc low soil Our first plantation of Oreggs wits set ttxii foot apart and was very profitable for eight years although this is too closo to admit the pickers readily By their own luxuri unco weeds wore not allowed to en crouch although cultivation was not continued after tho first season The past season wo planted u fow hundred Grcggs 24 feet No doubt it will be urged that soil will riot profitably aria tain such dense planting yet from the tact that a small area 11 morn read ily subjected to heavy fertilization than a largo one time objection does not carry much weight Wo give our plants extra euro and culture tho first season after which they lake such weeds eat no figureIhtisestnblished upon our toolluamy hillsides we may safely harvest nt least six heavy profitable crops ofextra line fruit and with no extra expense above an annual thorough pruning which is never by any moans neglected At our place wo are so situated that the steep ground must bo devoted to those crops that especially thrive under time conditions that toast be maintained to the soil its deep loamy character cud its fertility limited area of lower and more nearly level ground is demanded br tho products tint from year to year bring the soil constantly under cultivation PBUNISO In pruning time plant wu thin the fruit In thining the fruit wo increase tho size of thud remaining to such nu extent that tho labor in liar cslin is greatly diminished while tho product sells at an increased prof it For several years wo practiced spring pinching of the new caues taking out tho tips at the height ofabout 18 inches This causes hem to grow out laterals or branches which continue growth the season Tim littorals the following year sro pruned back to from 12 to IB inches This forms broad treelike head Fruit is borne only upon time laterals tho utulu cane or the plant remaining dosti tuto offnow shoots We have discon tinued this plan with the exception of pinching back the newlyset plant tho first season which is merely to check evaporation and prevent wilting The objection to spring pinching is that it practical ly stops the growth of tho new plant or cauo for about two weeks Time laterals are a now development or production that did not outer into tun calculation of the tender young shoot in tho dawnng of its career and very often do not sufficiently mature to stand tho rigors of a zero experience We now prefer to allow the young rulers to grow develop in its natural form If any part of it winter kills it will be but tho extreme tip In the annual spring pruning these single eaves aro pruned with a mingle clip of the shears back to the height of 3i feet Wo have found by experience that a hill of backcaps will yield almost as pruned in this way a broad head Inasmuch as tho canes from tho ground up will send out strong fruiting shoots while tho ranched plant bears only upon the laterals Tho labor and expense of pruning is by this method reduced fully ouohalfF H BALLOU in The Rural New Yorker Farm for SALEFour miles south of Berea 251acres of good arm land 12j acres of it in cultiva ion It has house stables crib and rood well near the house also an or hand of 25 fruit trees For jmrticu lars address Harvey Knuckles Con way Ky 4 BEREA COLLEGE Founded 1855 1Places the Best Education in Reach of All Over 25 Teachers TOO Students front 20 States JetCollege Library In Kentucky NO SALOONS Trade Schools Carpentry Printing Housework Nursing two yuan Model Schools General Education and fitting for advanced courses For those sufficiently advanced to get a teachers certificates Applied ScienceTwo years course with Agriculture for young men and Domestic Science for young ladies Normal Course Two years with practice teaching Academy Course Four years fitting for College for business anti College Courae Literary Philosophical Classical for life Music Reed Organ Choral free Vocal Piano Theory We are here to help all who will help themselves toward a Christian win catbs Our instruction is a free gift Students pay a small incidental fee to meet expenses of the school apart from instruction and must also pay for board in advance Expenses for term 12 weeks may be brought within 12400 about f14 to be paid in advance The school ia endorsed by Baptists Congrogationalist Disciples Method ista Presbyterians and good people of all denominations For information and friendly advice addresa the Viee President OBO T FAIROHILD L L D Berea Madiaon Co Ky THE SCHOOL Edited br J Wmiumoru Dean of tne Normal IMmrtinciit Itcrea College What it Means to be a Teacher Fatty WlnllrTrmI taught my first school in Gnrrard Co n very hilly but beautiful sectionr of the country The school board r reported about eighty children of school ago My enrollment for the first day was very small I was an entire stranger to the people and they thought It boat to become some whnt acquainted with mo before send ing their children to school Thom was n general curiosity aa to how colt tho now teacher would whip somebody allowed the first day to pass without having n switch brought into time schoolroom but my con science was much hurt over that I loll that I hud not done the children justice As I went on teaching the number kept increasing until had quite n good attendance I didnot want it said that I wits partial with the children so when I punished one felt strongly inclined to punish all Experience taught mo other amid bet tor methods of punishing than with tho rod This was beneficial both to tin and tIll children Before the close of that toxin my acquaintance with the children drew rte near to them we became much attached to each other Br the end of that term we wore such good friends that the trusteed kindly coil smiled that I should touch the school another year After a vocation of coven months which Iai eat ul Heron going to school I returned to my work This boing my second tore visited tho hornet of the children arid became acquainted with their par oats Thor nil had very humble homes but every homo tout wont into showed signs of industry and economy Tho buildings were all old fashioned log houses except one Every one owned his own home I was often invited to their homes to njHMid an evening Those people wore uneducated i not omit in tho community tied attended school except In hits own district Thoy showed ability for improve ment if they only bad a chance As an example of their native abili ty there trims n man in this place who IllIulllot gone to school a day in his could Imitate any thing ho ever saw in carpentry work Besides this hn was an inventor anda musi clams pialIpromising young girls and lays to como to Berea to school Several times thought I had succeeded in convincing thorn that they could af ford to sacrifice any thing for an ed ucation but tho parents would finally decide their help was BO much needed at home they had bettor wait until next year Next year never came Ilt in letter to take advantage of present opportunities It is always yesterday and today but tomorrow never conies I did succeed in getting quite a number of young people above four teen to attend school quite regularly Sinco I taught there the people sent a conveyance acd n very cordial hurl tation for mo to make them a visit I gladly accepted and had a pleasant drive of about twenty five miles through the country They bad so planned my visit that it took about two weeks to got around to all the people That time was indeod iassmithy spent I felt that my labor in appreciatedThatward Teaching menus an much practical advantage to tho teacher as to the It cultivates mnnypriucipleHwhich are strong and helpful to good character It develops patience cour age sympathy and love for humanity aro great in tho building o l a noble lfu A teacher should possess ability and love for her work From these varied experiences I con- cludo teaching school does not always mean apparent success but we should endeavor to make it n real success IIItvtfyJInlyrial on tea r r payabl- ewrekl7taptrdayabelittelyt1reandallxrem w on Mltrr no rim mlMloni Mlary paM each Hatimlay andexpcoo tlTNIJAIIU1I0U8EsJII To Whom it may Concern J This Is to certify that we have investigated Messra Chas L Pet Us Co Buyers of country produce 401 Duane Street New Yorkand find thorn to bo worthy of all credit anti financially able to fulfill any contract that they might make and cheerfully recommend them to all dealers in produce as a sound financial house to sell to Yours truly DANIELS COMPANY Bankers 6 Wall St 96 Broadway- S pt 28 1900 New York Ltrq- I y