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Rev JOHN DODWELL An Independent Weekly With Strung start of Devoted to tEe I Knfcrrrt at lit lrtJllYoIlltffO rnpondeutti 11MtlDH E CITIZEN TilE HOME Interests FARM of SCHOOL dlw eaamntxr 60 CENTS A YEAR VOL II A Family Paper BERKA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY APRIL I IM Fifty cents a year NO 41 IDEAS Spring Una como Clean up Ho who fears God need never fear mini Nothing is settled until it in settled tight Grow Homo small fruits on your farm No uso to hutch chicks unless you nave them Uneasy lies tho loud that wears crtilvul So thinks tho Czar Farmers deut buy western pig bosom Rnlso your own meal Take Notice Dr BurgOHS will preach Sunday morning on Tho Greatest Movement lit tho LIrol Christ Thu branch Sunday school will hold tnt Ennter entertainment at the Primary building Saturday 230 pm Row R M Hopkins State Sunday School evangelist will bo in Boroa April 10 and 11 The Extension committee of tho Y M C A will hold services at Bluo Lick school hoiiRo noit Sunday Dr Burgess will prench Good music At the Chapel on Sunday night tho C E societies will hold a joint Borvico addressed by Miss Hoops and P F Shroek to bo followed bya lecturo by Prof Mason on tho Pas sion Play of OlMsrAmmorgnu- PnHiion week services aro being held in tho I Impel this week Ray Win Lodwiek conducted tho sorvico Tuesday evening Rev J Dixlivell Wednesday evening To night at 030 President Frost will preach and to morrow at 130 p m Pro I L V Dodge will addross tbo meeting p FROM THE WIDE WORLD China has agreed to the proposal of the Powers and Kwung Su Inland will bo an international settlomonU A dispatch says that a mine has been discovered under tho palace of tho Czar at Tzar KeoSelo near St Poren burg Unceasirg rains for two weeks lave canted repeated landslides from th Apcniues whole villages hue been destroyed by them A Capo Town correspondent warns Great Britain that Americans are supplying South Africa with stool rails II OUR OWl COUNTRY Thirteen stales have prohibited the manufacture and Bale of cigarotts and twelve others have tho matter unddr consideration Last week tho post ofiico authorities of Chicago de Glared against tho employment of any young man who did now use or had in tho pant boon addicted to tho use of cigaretls Texas Advocate Gen McArthur cables that Aguin nldo has formally declared his alle giance to tho United States An increase of ten per cent in the wages of iron workers has boon mado in pastern Pennsylvania Tho Slate Department admits that it is practically certain that tho Unit ed States will acquire the Danish West Indies Qeii McAuthur reports to Wash ington tho surrender of ninny Filipi nos with their armsC- OMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY A South Bend Ind Company has sunk three wells on Licking River in Bath County which ore producing superior oil and in paying quantities There is a probability of serious troublo in Lotcher County between outlaws rind John W Wright the mountain detective Cahlo Powers tumid James Howard havo been granted new trials They both expect to bo acquitted ExPostmaster Bosloy of Paris has boon pardouitd by time President and appointed on the Internal Rev Billie force Robs Priwo of tho Mouth of Lau nil was at tucked by n bear while go bug through tho wools to his homo eat week Elinor Rico ago 14 of Mnysvillf noticed a landslide on tho C and 0 railway Friday anti flaggod the east bound train from Cincinnati with his handkerchief preventing a wreck Two thousand Kentucky miners mot at Central City Monday and ratified the wago agreement made last week in Louisville 0 Locals and Personals Roubon Preston is improving Miss Juno Culdwell U mart at the hospital Goo W Pow after novornl days illness is out again Lock your barns at night seine body is stealing feed Miss Myrtle Burr loft for her home at Lodi 0 last Friday Humphrey lull is slowly recover hug from a serious illness Dr Burgess loaves next Thursday for a trip to Rhode Inland Miss Ernie Richardson is assisting Mrs A T Fish this season Ilev11 J Derthick has been nt Camp Nelson for a few days Miss Nourse of Cincinnati is expected to visit Berea this week Mr and Mrs Jas Dalton have just returned from a visit to Panola Doors and Windows cheaper than ever before at Bicknell Early lIam MahafToy has moved into tho house belonging to Mrs M N Early Mr Smith from III is visiting his wifes parents Mr and Mrs Sum Detherago Seed Potatoes of tho finest New York Stock GT eta nor bushel Bick nell Early James Deaton of tho Blue Lick neighborhood died of consumption Friday night Mrs N B Willoughby and Miss Allio Fowler returned from Cincin nati Tuesday Mrs E L Robinson id still very sick but tho Doctor has strong hopes of her recovery A company of Y M C A monitors wiut to Hickory Plains Sunday for evangelistic work Miss May Richardson was with Miss Lona Jones at Wildio from Friday until Monday Rev R R Noel of Stanford will preach at Silver Crook church next Saturday and Sunday Miss Mamie Hanson has accepted a position aa trimmer in a millinery store in Now Vienna 0 novo Mr McGarrity of London preachod Saturday night and Suu day at the Baptist church There will bo a public Rhetorical by the C D and E Rhetorical classes in th Chapel next Tuesday at 7tO p mDaniel Riddle Cnl cornotUt of tho Richmond band comes down once a week to practice with the College baudBickuell i Early have void 0 two horse Avery Corn Planters These are the first of thou machines over told in Boroa Mr and Mrs A Crawford wont to Hyattaville and Lancaster Saturday to visit their daughters Mrs George Hayden and Mrs Hoary Duncan Joe Adams has moved into the Morgpn House on Center St and Jesse Clark has moved into tho house vacated by Mr Adams in time Elder additionMrs B Willoughby is at pres out in Cincinnati She will bo at tho Fowler house in a low days with stock of beautiful now millinery Call and see her A parsonage for the Second Church to cost 1000 will bo built on the lot next tho church donated for the purpose by Brother Fee Work is to commence at once Dr Green Holland once a promi nent 1b of Borou ditxl at the Insane Asylum Lexington Wudnos day last The burial was at tho Bo ron cemetery Friday afternoon Mrs A T Fish has returned from Cincinnati with an elegant Unit of spring and summer millinery Fri day and Saturday a special display Sco her goods before buying Tho CITIZEN maul tho printing olllco had n cull front Mr S D Gordon of Cleveland 01rldllY Mr Gordon is a momburof limo Inter national Committee of tho Y M C A Misses Ruddock Merrow Rogers Hnrmiin and Stoke and Moslem Howard and Edwin Embreo Cons Bartlett Tutor Told attended time llUdlOucerL at Richmond Monday evening Mrs G T Fatrchild writing to Prof trod Mrs Mason says she en the north and is now comrortalllysettled with her daught or Her addross is 33 Ocean Avo Brooklyn N Y Prof James Madison Chapman elocutionary entertainment at tho Chapel Saturday was very ex and well received his lecture Sunday night on Courtesy was highly commended h Oreetings from Professor Rogers Prof J A R Rogers who was limo first head of the school lit Boron urn in mill itu founding and persecutions no lose n than lire lee scuds tho following letter which Pres Frost hands to tho Cmz v as n mailer or inturost to nil its renders TYROS N Cxn March 8 mOl To Tilt PitEsmrNT FACULTY ANI TEACHERS or BGHEA COLLEGE VERY DEAK FKIENIIS I wish to thank you nil most heartily for your cordiid invitatloti to visit Boron College at this time I hud previously had two similar invitations trout the President whose requests always uiul rigthfully have great weight with ins mid after carefully weighing mho nuittur hud decided that it would not bo wise for mo to accept so delightful nod urgent re quest but when this third and still stronger invitation crone I felt that could not decline tho honor with out considering tho subject anew Afltr additional consideration I still feel that it will not bo wise for mo to attempt tho visit at this time though it causes mo n great heartwrench to Htny away from n spat so lent to me- a spot which I have often felt in another world would riot only be dear to me but one which in someway kuow not what I might hope to servo It is huidly posMblo for any of you to undemtnud what great joy it would give mo to visit plnco where so much of my life has been spout maid where I have hind so many and abun dant joys and some sorrow should like to go over all tho region round about Berea to see whore walking out from Richmond I weut over tho ridgo on which tho allege buildings now stand then an unbroken forest to see where tho first school houso stood and in which the struggling infant Berea College was nursed standing in a thicket of underbrush so thick that you could see through it but a few rots and where teachers and students worked quite ns hard at tree roots sad slumps outside as at Greek root iusido 1 should bo delighted to go out to Richmond and sue some of my old friends hero who still in main and whom I shall never forget I should rejoice to see all tho neigh hors within half u dozen miles of Bo roa with a grunt many o f whom I havo oaten at their tables as well as my own and in not a fow of whoso houses I have slept I should like to mount a horse and go out twenty and thirty miles in tho hills undsoo where I have preached and tho places where I have got lost I should like to go to a spot on Bear Knob where was an occurrence too sacred to bo spoken of and to see u place on Leos Knob when hiding out ouo Sunday afternoon during the war I hullu revela tion of divine forgiveness which ought to have made mo a butter mUll Once more I should liko to visit a spot whore under the light of tho stars much prayer was wont to bo made to visit the study of Brother PlO of blosod memory whoro the constitution of Bereu College wits long discussed and repeatedly amend cdIInd those spots on tho campus whore tho first students crowded into small buildings of rough beards and into attics where they could stand erect only under tho ridgepole and where the old chapel was used all too long But it is not tho plea so mush wish to see us tho dear people who Imvn made and mute now tanking the place und tho college Fain would I Sec you tho honored President and faculty and teachers sad tho oldand now citizens and tho students full of hope and vigor and give you all n Godspeed and give you such words of cheer and encouragement as I might bo able from my own export onces from the sumo work and In tho samo place in the years now long past 111 cannot bo with you I do not tense to commend you to him who has been tho sourco ofall tho blessings which hits flowed from tho college a blessing which I trust in but a moity of what will yet How from a school time list words of whoso charter mire To promote tho cause of Christ I eau but feel that it was the spirit of God nlthough through non which put those words as tho fundamental work of tho institution I hope that those words and thoso on tho college seal will ever bo in our hearts us well an minds and not only thoso taken from the Bible but those taken front tho coat of arm of ore of the noblest of martyrs Vincitytti u palHitr Jf wo would do much for Christ we must first bo willing to suf fur fur him If any of us have ever Hundred any ill Berea fur our Lord wo have surely received from him n thousandfold greater joys Indeed it seems almost profanation to speak as if wo fliiiTuicd at all even in tin early days BO slight were our trials in comparison with tho blessings roo coivodThanking you again and wishing all possible blessings for you and your work Mrs Rogers joins mo grateful appreciation of your invitation but does not see tho way to go now I am yours faithfully and nffectionly J A R Rooms Madison County There was n small fire in the Jewel ry store of II E Lane at Richmond Monday Loss fully covered by in surance Tho rains and nice weather recent have brought out tho wheat finely IIY n fair crop is looked for in this William Caluhan of Clay county was picked up in tho street at Rich mond Friday night and died soon thatigroes as Thomas Thorpe Clerk for two terms of the Madison county court and one of time host known citi Zeus of the county died at his resi dence in Richmond on Monday aged 07 years Tho April term of tho Madison Circuit Court convened Monday Thoro are a largo number of criminal cases on docket County Court day was dull Cat tie sales Were slow There was a largo crowd but littlo buying and soiling Tho committee appointed by Judge Million to redistrict tho county completed its work lust week If tho re port of the committee is approved thero will bo four now voting pro cincls in the county Th3 number of Magisterial districts his not been changed There is evidciicu that the work of the committee is well and fairly done College Items The Collego farms are in fine or der Outs up ryo a fino stand Moro fertilizers being used than usual anda good corn crop expected The College Library has just re ceived sixtylive valuable new rnis sionary books the gift of Rev F L King of N Y CitroTho Siego of Pekiu and tho Story of the Boxers are included in the number This is a timely and much appreciated pres emit President Frost supplied tho pulpit of tho First Presbyterian Church of Lexington last Sabbath morning nnd evening Tho President came to Lexington on his way south from Cincinnati Mrs Frost joined limn from Bores and they worn enter tamed at tho home of Mr and Mrs Bcuuchamp whero a numbor of load tbell11ono Beren College was hold last week in Cincinnati attended by Maj Burnam of Richmond Dr Barton and lion Addison Ballard of Chicago anda placesifluetho need of more buildings for the growing school and tho financial lIugofllliJilymeans Thai trustees of Boron College have voted n 5200 appropriation for the nth lotic hold soon bo re moved cattle and men are more than half of tho tiling workingj tho work is progressing nicely A now diamond for in field practice has boon put ill by Howard Hall Already tho cnptniiis are getting their men out practice Fortytwo men have lorI their names ou tho roll for The janitors at Science Hall have for souse time been hearing peculiar noises at night throughout the build ing and nodded ono night last week to investigate the matter Tho ono who was nwnkoued first by tho noise was to arouse the other Precisely at tho same timo hour and place the noises were Ijeard by ono of the boys 1uu11tu at once nwukonwl his mate Arm ill arm they descended tho first stairway anti behold right in front of tho fireplace stool a white robed ap parition They stood spellbound as the ghostly visitant silently vanished down tho stops awl through the outer door Tho boys with trembling steps returned to their room nnd waited anxiously for tho dawn Tho ghost tally not faro so well should it return the visit 4 SPRING SUITS Ira We are pleased to announce that our now slock is now com plete in every department Mnko us a visit and well show you n line of SPRING SUITS second to none m the land All our clothing is manufactured for us by the best wholesale tailors in the country and each garment is made to conform to the highest standard of excellence in overy detail Not a point is overlooked Fabric Style Fit and Workmanship all must run tho gauntlet of scrutiny in ovory instance And tho price is never higher than others ask for inferior goods In our great assortment of styles and range of prices youll find something to your notion Dont forget our splendid lines of Shoes Hats Shirts Ties Etc COVINGTON BANKS Richmond Ky MEAT MARKET I have Good Fresh Beef or Pork constantly on hand at pop iar pric s Blncksmithing done at the same standat lowest rates for good workP REYNOLDS i J Depot St jut 01 E B McCOY Dentist Berea Kentucky Center Street Art Gallery C I OQQ Proprietor Uptoduto Photos Nothing but tho host ilnlsh at tho low oat price everycouutytocial reputation tXX salary per year tmyablo weekly fJ per day absolutely sure and epen KS Btralglit bonutldc definite salary no rom mission wilary paid each Saturday and cxpcno- mono advanced each week STANDARD HOUSE 331 ST CHICAGO 60 YEARS TrAUs tarnsDCSlONO OPYrI1CB sic maygnumnnmentinselaPUtrIdMI npencr turr nun naivntn rectlr tIhouacbarcolitLoSc rlrOIIKUIIear r n nthiI HoWbyall newMltalen am1UNN CD3GID oadu New Ynikllraucb Cure S3 K 8t Washington 207 MAIN EXPERIENCE DO YOU SEE CLEAR JFNOT YOCJ MAT Y A ROBINSON JI Jeweler and Optician tss- MaIn Strut Berea Ky oyaFnaawill lit you with spectacles that wil enable you to see clearly Robinson fsells Fine Jewelry and Nico Novelties Robinson sots your time correct Take your crippled clock or watch to himrAttentionKentuck Teachers I The Fountain Pen is a neces sity for every teacher who wishes to save time The best pen made is the Parker Joinfless Fountain Pen It positively has NO EQUAL You can order it by mail Irou College Book Store Every pen WABBANTBD and can either be exchanged or money satisfactoryWrite for Books and Stationary promptly filled Address Perry F Shroek Boroa Ky Juno 29 1901 J C MORGAN IDantaJ SurgeryOfflce Hours 8 to IS AM 1 tos PM National Bank Building Richmond Ky Hand Forged Razor Steel Blades V iffiSSSua 212 cent stamp and we will mill you a knUo the exact tin of thus picture It has 2 bUdc IIIBend generally at 75 ctn but to get you to try them wo will cud you oua for 48 eu or 242 cent tampa Your wife wants a pair of SUEAK3 Wo Will mall her a pair of 7 Inch razor iteel ihcan lot 60 cti or SOtwo ct lUunp IWe hare an page ultra ted OeAdalnStToledo CLEANING UP SALE- of Winter Goods QUIt CLEANING UP SALE will continuo until March 16th this Snlo all Ladies anti Childrens Heavy Shoos and nil FeltDootsWinter Caps Work Shirts and Glove every thing In Winter Goods will bo sold at Special Cut PricesWo wish to close out all Winter Goods before receiving Spring Goods Should you want anything to bridge over tho storms of March with it will bo our pleasure to show you our goods and give you prices We will Save You 3 onevThanking you for past patronago and soliciting your futuro demands WE ARE RESPECTFULLY WEST Douglas Bros 207ISTREET RiolirnorLd Kv STREET l r NEWS CONDENSED iBtrreillnn Intelligence Gathered by Wire Prom UI Part of Both IlemUphere MONDAY Smallpox Is rapidly spreading in S Joseph Mo- Seventeen caws of bubonic plague were officially announced In Cape transport Arab sailed for the Philippines with 070 horses Othct transports will sail with troops All arrangements for the unveiling of the John A Logan statue in th lowu circle Washington April 0 have been made Florion Irner a Kansas City saloonkeeper was found hanging from the limb of a tree over his wifes grave In the cemetery The wife of Capt Von Tungcla while In a fit of melancholy killed her three little daughters and then poisoned herself The anticlerical demonstration In Barcelona was suppressed by the troops They fired on the mob wounding Runny An officer of the household at templed to kill the Czar of Russia lie fired at his majesty but missed He then shot und killed himself Alleged crookedness was discov erect in the commissary department at Manila Illicit transactions in gov ernment stores have been traced back to June 1000 Several arrests were made Mr Chamberlain has been warned that n powerful combination of European and American merchants in tend to boycot English goods syste matically until independence Is grant ed the Hoers Fire broke out in the sailsroom of the American gunboat Petrel at Ca prostratlitlhd M Roper attempted to descend t their assistance and was overcome mind died sown after Ills body will be shipped home on the Buffalo SUNDAY Lord Salisbury is suffering from BrlghtH disease Agulnaldo rainy soon be given his liberty The amnesty offered the Filipinos cover his case Gen Fred Funston was appointed by President McKinley a brigadier general in the regular army The wife and mother of Agulnaldo who have been living at Ulnacayan near old Covlte have been granted permission to visit him John Jasper the famous Negro preacher of the Sun do Move no toriety died in Richmond Va after a long Illness He was 89 years oldThe Chicago Evening Post was sold by H H Kohlsaat to a company headed by J C Schaffer of Evanston who will be president and publisher of the paper Rear Admiral ONell positively de nits that he authorized the Drlggs Seabury company to sell guns to the Colombian or any other government which had been manufactured for the use of the United States The American government Is ibis pleased with Venezuela and has re called Minister Loomis The real trouble Is not so much what Venezuela has done but that she refuses to give information and in answer to Insistent questions answers by permitting violent abuse of Ministe- Loomis SATURDAY Lord Salisbury is suffering from nf fectlon of the kidneys Robert Mansfield of Indiana hay beenappointed consul to Valparaiso Chili Col A K McClure retired from the editorial management of the Phila delphia Times Maurice Barrymorc the actor has been taken to the insane Pavilion of the Hellenic hospital Sew York The Jeffersdn hotel erected and furnished at a cost of 1000000 ut Richmond Va was destroyed by lire Li Hung Chang will in the future be the foreign minister of China ie placing the abolished Tsung LI Ynmen The administration is in a luau dary us to what disposition should be made of Agulnaldo May be deported to Guam After being convinced that Agulnal do has been captured many Insurgents throughout the Philippines are surrenderingEmil welltodo farmer near Devils Lake N D while Insane killed his three little children and committed suicide Attorney General Griggs on his re tirement from office was presented with n large solid silver claret pitcher by the officers and employes of his departmentMnj S B M Young has ar rived at San Francisco from the Philippines He hays of the effect of the capture of Agulnaldo that time troops would have to be kept there but six months longer At a meeting of the executive committee of United Mine workers at Wllkesbarre Pa it was decided that the men in the anthracite coal re gion should continue at workand the threatened strike will not take place Prentice Tiller a notorious crookI Ins been arrested at Omaha Neb There is a long record of crimes against him extending back nearly SO years Ills alleged accomplice a man named Fisher was arrested atIllnntlnv Neb r FRIDAY Taylor Soak a life prisoner in tho Kansas Penitentiary hanged himself In his cell An Immense flow of oil was struck on the Sitlington ranch near Colora do Springs Col hiLa and four children was hanged at lie e rllo Minn Gen MncArthur recommends that Gen Funston bo made u brigadier iu the regular army A movement is on foot to esllu fish a uniformed rank In nil the lobo unions of the country eCharles H Dietrich a all tI ntJ banker was elected United States senator by the Nebraska legislature The committee on relations of tho Cuban constitutional convention lick n meeting and made five different re portsDick Darnell n widely known law year was shot mind killed by n Mr Benseley at Tiptonvillc Icon dur lug u quarrel Count foul De Castellane hits with drawn hisuit for damages on ac count of nn article published in the Paris Figaro against M De Uodnys Naval Constructor Hobson hits been ordered to Washington for tmccial duty In connection with the bureau of construction anti repair of tho navy department At lola Knit the neighbors of tho 1hltllrll1Icompanied by n brass hand and ten dered him u serenade Time Kentucky court of appeals granted new trials to Caleb Power sentenced to life imprisonment nnl James Howard sentenced to hang as alleged accessory end principal respectively in the assassination of Gov Wm GoebclTlltllSIIAY oThere is nn epidemic of smallpox at IneOur l avis of Arkansas has signed the anti gunmbling bill The Baldwin locomotive works have been sold to n New York syndicate of capitalists Denmark will sell the Danish West Indies to time United States for i 000000 on certain conditions The bodies of six United States marines killed in the legation siege in Peking have been disinterred and made ready for shipment to America The Egyptian expedition pus un earthed the records of kluge before Mann the founder of the first dynasty nearly 4600 years B C nt Abydos A proposition is on foot to erect an Abraham Lincoln mausoleum at Springfield that will outshine the Grunt tomb on the Hudson It will cost between 1000000 and 500000 Gen Fred Funston captured Agtil naldo and n portion of his stud March 23 nt Pasiguran near tales province of Luzon They were brought to Manila on a gunboat and are now in the Ands street Jail The British protest against China making a convention with any power touching territorial or financial af fairs This places the United States Great Britain and Japan in formal opposition to ItiiRslas designs in Man churia A mob of boys women and men assaulted the superintendent of n silk thermob The action was in sympathy with a strike of female employes In the mill MARKET REPORT Cincinnati April 30- CATTLEComnmon 3 3 90 Extra butchers 4 00fil 4 00 CALVES Extra 25 HOGS Select shippers 0 0 15 Mixed puckers 0 00 p 0 SHEEP Extra 4 35 4 10ILAMBS Extra II o FLOUR Spring pat 360 II I 20 WHEAT No 2 red 6e SO CORN No 2 mixed II HY OATS No 2 mixed 21II 2- SRYJXo2 n 551 HAY Choice timothyu IS 00 PORKFamily a 15 50 LARD Steam 7 05 BUTTER Ch dairyw 14 Choice creamery 23Y APILEChi to fancy 3J5 wl 50 POTATOESper brl 1 75 n 1 65 TOBACCO New 8 00 OT14 75 Old 10 00 fl4 25 Chicago FLOUR Win patent 3 45 fit 3 05 WHEAT No 2 red 75i rt 77 No 3 red 72 y CORN No 2 II 44 OATS No 2 2G- iItYENo2 53 II 54 PORK Mess 15 35 u15 40 LARD Steam 8 30 s9 35 New York FLOUR Win patent 3 05 rv 4 00 WHEAT No 2 redIIICOIINXo2 mixed n LU1i OATS No 2 mixed rn 31 RYE rt PORK Family 10 50 jfl7 00 LARD Steam n 8 Ilaltlmore WHEAT No 2 red 70 jj 73Vi Southern 72 m79ia- CORNNo 2 mixed 47rja 18 OATS No 2 mixed 30Yl n 31 CATTLE Butchers 4 75m 5 00 HOGS Western 0 00 Ioulavllle FLOUR Win patent 4 25 110 7iYCOUN2SYPOUKMellsLARD Steam 8 00 Indiana poll 75VCORNOATS No 2 mixed 27 CYCLE TOUll CLUBS FORMED TO WHEEL TO THE PAN AMERICAN EXPOSITION Vnlnnlilr Infiiriiiiilliin Ior Tliimv Wliii C ntviiiilnli II Trip III HiilTnln ninl the Great Slum Ulilcli Will lie There Next Suiiiiuee The chief pleasure which n bicycle affords Is to bo found by touring In congenial company over Rood roads through nn unfuiulllnr country nliound lidsrTime central location of Buffalo brings It within easy touring distance of the principal cities of tin Eastern and Mid die states and time Dominion of Canada Within n radius of VX tulles are the cities of Quebec Montreal Toronto Ot tawa Portland Itoston Now York Philadelphia Italtlmoro Washington Richmond Plttsbiirg Cleveland Cin cinnati Columbus IndlanapolK Tol do Detroit Clilcasi cud Milwaukee and many other thriving and populous towns Over otichalf of time population of the United States and over two thirds of tin population of Canada reside within this radius Tho reputation which Huffalo has for being time coolest city III till country In summer time Its many miles of smoothly paved mill heavily shaded streets and avenues the One buildings magnificent electric al effect beautiful landscapes and the multitudinous attractions displayed hy the exhibitors of the PanAmcrlr n Exposition will make Huffalo the cy clists Mecca next ninnmcr Cycllstn living within this distance of miles CASINO AND UOATUOUSE trout IlufTnio art trot living up to their possibilities If they fall to visit the PanAmerican Exposition Valuable Information on the most Important sublccts of human Interest will be freely disseminated to nil visitors Knowledge of great Interest and of unsurpassed value may be hail for the price of admission It will be 1I vast school of learning where expen sively Illustrated Information may be had for the asking Concentrated experience of a lifetime from which all the froth and tonic of experimental failure has been skimmed will be freely offered ti the public It Is easy to make a mistake and life offers plenty of opportunity for regrets but It will be easy to attend the Exposition and avoid this unfortunate consequence It will bf Impossible to visit the Ex position grounds even for a day with out derlvtnr both pleasure and profit It will be Impossible to conceive through nnlgbbors description an nil equate Idea of the Expositions won derful beauty Its rare plants and flow ers Its nuerous patios Its elegant proportions Its odd scenes represent lag distant lands Its sparkling fount alas and note than all Its general comprehensive utility Cyclists who contemplate visiting tho Exposition should begin making their preparation this winter In order to fully enjoy an enterprise of such Im portance Histories of tho different PanAmcrlun countries should be read and descriptions of exhibits collected and studied In order to select those pertaining to subjects of the create Interest to ndlvlduala It will be Im possible to see everything without staying all summer but by systemat ically laying out an Intelligent plan much may bo accomplished In a given time These winter evenings may be profitably employed by forming a club with a view to carrying out this Idea This club should be planned to Include tb financial arrangements for a tour awhec to Buffalo In which case It might be oOIccred by n treasurer and secretary The duty of the fccretniv would Ipdrz nil necessary correspondence In rornrd to Information for tho benefit of the club as well as arrangements for hotel rl other accommoda lions while the r ty Is en route and during Its aay in Buffalo If each clad nicmbc siinuld tiny limbo the treas u y n Mated amount rash week a sulll cliiit sum vould soon b realized to meet the rvcriwary expenses of trip The treasurer of time club should pay all bills while touring while to another should be delegated time care of time baggage To make the tour thoroughly enjoy able time organizer of time club nmmt before starling out carefully plan time routeo lo h followed rhoose his rom pinonn tot liar trip nnd so arrange mailers thai I and his fellow tourists shall ruin maximum of pleasure without appreciable fatigue and at thAI smallest possible expense Ulcycle touring cannot be enjoyed without the personal comfort of each member of the party being largely con sidered and the more experienced riders regulating their speed to time pacts set by the novices AH soon as riding becomes hard labor one might just as well dig n trench or break buys on the roadside am call It sport If this little maxim wns borne In mum by old riders when out vllh those of le sexperlellce we should see fewer weary and mud bespattered men and women toping homeward late lu the evenings and averring that holidays spent awheel make the so called pleas tire more disagreeable than n day spent In the olllce or factory The strongest nail mast experienced rider lu the party should bring tip the rear to assist the more Inexperienced In case of accident and to encourage time weak or tiring rider A trip of eight or ten days will satisfy most riders and It there Is n spare day sandwiched In the middle on which rest Is taken the enjoyment of time tour wll gain rest The object of a tour Is nut the mileage covered but time amount seen and the enjoyment de rived from It Much will depend on the nature of the country and the con dition of the toads Fifty to 75 miles n tiny should be the maximum distance even over time very best roads and If the tourists nre to get the most snits faction from their outing and mount every morning full of ardor for time days rude they will content themselves with from 10 to ro miles a day Early starts III the morning nre n femur rather of speculative than actual tour lug People who Mire really tried one speak enthusiastically of time joys lor n daybreak ride but It Is to be hoped that no tenderfoot will be be guiled hy these siren voices Into get TireIThe first essential toward n success PANAMERICAN EXPOSITION ful tour Is to start In proper condition The neglect of tutu consideration spoils more holidays than any other caus making the work a toll Instead of a pleasure anti too often doing harm In stead of good to time health of the rider Time Intending tourist should practice steadily for at least n fortnight before start beginning at very short Ilhe and Increasing the work dolly till he can do with ease the maximum distance which he proposes to cover During the earner stages of his train lug he will probably tint himself at the close of the day very stiff and sore anti at night feverish and unable to sjecp It Is a good rule for the tour 1st to use nothing absolutely new knelt article should have been tested by ex perience and should have had full tlmo to accommodate Itself to tho Idlosyn crasies of tho rider or vice versa A new saddle In particular Is n fertile source of discomfort However perfect In Itself It Is sure to feel more or less a misfit for the first few days and the same may be said of almost every part of the riding outfit Each garment worn should have hind time to adapt Itself to the figure of the rider and should have become as easy as the proverbial old shoe before the cyclist trusts himself to Its tender mercies torn lengthened absence from home If not found desirable or convenient to make a bicycle tour to Buffalo all cyclists are advised to take their wlftcls with them Transportation by rail or water will he so cheap and efficient that n very small outlay In time and money will enable even those living at a distance to make the trip From any section of the city the Pan American Exposition can easily bo reached by wheel over smooth asphalt pavements or parkway cycle paths while the magnificent scey ry pt the Niagara frontier Is also wljhin easy cycling distance of Buffalo Arrangements will bo made for tho comfort and convenience of cyclists attending time Exposition Any additional or spctnl Information will he furnished on npplcatlon to the Bureau of Publicity Pan American Exposition Buffalo N Y W SHI LIoN BULL TREMENDOUS FORCE Power nt the Electric Cnrrpnl Cabled From Niagara lo HulTnlo To look upon the cables of the trans mission lines that cxtcn1 nip the way from Niagara Falls to Buffalo one falls to get any Idea of the power of tho force that Is being transmitted by these conductors The cables hang like any other cables drawn taut there Is no swaying In the wind They stretch from pole to pole for mile otter nine but throughout their entire length there Is nothing that gives an Intimation of time wonderful work they are doing L B fitllln ell who has been prominently connected with the Niagara develop meat points out that the power that Is so silently and Invisibly transmitted along the six copper conductors less tuna one itch In diameter would easily brjak six steel cables of equal diameter moving at a rate of 10 miles nn hour Such Is the wonderful force of tho electric current from Niagara of which the PanAmerican Exposition Is to re ceive 8COO horsepower BENEVOLENCE VIe nail Vinrlur Wn nf lleitimlnu- Clinrll rerllncnt lIIKKUnn- to the Mlienil tllvrri There Is something very attractive l prompt nnd ungrudging benevolence Ho who always responds to an appeal for charity usually Is lovable III char actor and otter does much good Yet the testimony of experience and ob servation unanswerable that such misehievoliMeIt usually Is Impulsive It does trot In vestigate and discriminate between worthy cud unworthy objects Itoftcn Is weak yielding In order to avoid trouble amid running grave risk of help- Ing plausible Impostora Indiscriminate giving is not the only unwise benevolence It always Is un wise to glen away more than one cat afford or to give so much to one online us to be unable to glvo its tale abut to number or to give under the guld mice of sympathy rather thou o judicious systematic study and with the aim to make ones gifts go ns lime im possible In the way of results Not every Intrinsically worthy ob jret deserves help Nor can everyliody no matter how wealthy be expected reasonably to give to every worthy ob ject This Is nn age of unprecedented anti splendid benevolence limit the best results are reached when we study existing needs select those which our own duty seems to prompt us to supply and give according to our means not only gladly but judiciously Wine iHMicvolcncc sometimes may seein to lack warmth of heart but It docs most to promote n truly Christian elvllln tlon Boston CongrcgiitlonnllM TRUE GREATNESS OF MIND ConiUli In the Innr to Intr Intr the Thought anti Ilvrt uf OClirr True greatness of mind la never ego tUtle or solitary It III the lower to enter Into the thought mind lives others and draw upon the experience 1of mankind for strength tumid wlndnm Its originality Istfiot In thinking and saying what no one else thinks or says but In gathering froth nil tarn Ihe ele ments of whnt Is nt once new nnd old A Goethe and a Shakespeare are de cried for having taken from the whole body of exlatlng literature amid art for their own work na though they wen called tgwn to be like spiders which spin nil front their own Inwards ltls the token of their preeminence that nil things ministered to their wants nnd that whet other men saw In part or on the surface they saw whole amid with deeper vltlon Who rends the author they nre charged with having copied What chance would these have had to be remembered If nqt by having served the needs of men of the first or der of mind Time originality of such minds la In their power to enter Into the mind of their time and of the nice and to gather from all quarters the materials of fresh creations 8 S Times GEMS OF THOUGHT Life Is what we make It George LoganOpportunity with ability makes re spomdblllty Blxhop llurs The hypocrite uses truth lot all the vehicle In which to mix lies RainV Horn Be ye kind one to another tender hearted forgiving one another even ns God for Christs sake hath forgiven you It Is lawful to pray God that we bo not led into temptation but not lawful to skulk front those lint come to us Robert Lords Stevenson God sets before men the example of the good the striving of the great time lives of the nlntn but chirpy the per fect pattern Ills Incarnate Son1hev It T DnvliUon Bath wronged thce lie bravely revenged Slight It anti the works begun Forgive It nnd tis finished He is below himself that Is not above nn injury Francis Qimrlen People think It weakness to forgive an Insult Thru God would be the weakest in Heaven and on earth for no ono in Heaven or on earth forgives so much as He Martin Boos Praised be Thou 0 myaril of them that do show forglviiieis unto others for love of Thee nnd do endure sickness and tribulation Yet blessed lie they that do endure in pence for of Thee 0 Thou Most Highest shall they be crowned Francis of Assisi Silent IrrnnlilUK The atheist who spout a few days with the saintly Fcnelon said If stay here much longer I shall become a Christina In spite of myself JeIIlI Ion had lined no word of controversy or solicitation It was hut time IlultlI convincing argument of o holy life n consistent walk and conversation uI tried to be a skeptic when I wins n young man sold Cecil hat my moth ers life was too much for me My brethren said an old African preacher a good example Is the tall est kind of preaching And he wax right There Is tin energy or moral miimlon In a good mans life says OrI Chalmers pausing time highest efforts of the orators genius The seen beau ty of liollneKH speaks snore eloquently of God mull duty thou the tongue ofI men nnd angels Gerard B F pal lock D D Sinful Ilemure Over every sinful pleasure you may write the Lords own words Whoso ever drlnketh of this water shall thirst again Every man has two natures the one uplifts and elevates the other wallows In the mire and like the beast it grovelq The animal nature knows one law only selfindulgence the divine selfdiscipline Time first and best victory is for a man to conquer himself says Plato and without that the conqueror Is naught hilt the veriest laTelev Dr Madison C Peters 1 THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LIKHIIII In the Intrrnnllunal rrl- ntr April T IIIU1 The llriir rte hum of Jrnum mpIrrpnred by H C lAnlnrrlorI t THIS L SOON TEXT Luke 4112 I Nowuion the llrit day of the week very early In the morning they carte unto the rtpuklur lirlnglnK the spices which they likd prt urHl and certain others with them And they found the alone rolled away fnm the Mpulclitr Aril they entered In and found not the IIId y o the Lard JoIAnd It came parr m were much 11111011 thereabout behold two intn stood by Ihem In MtlnlnK itnrmentn J And as they wtm afraid and bowed town their tares lo Ihe earth they veld unto him Why reek ye the living amontt the dtudre6 lie le not here hut l rlien remtmltei how He stalks unto you when lie was yet In lalllfe deityeend Into mum asnlnfs And ictiirntil tram the pulch r and toM all then IhlnM unto the eleven and all time red la It weIary Magdalene and Joanna and Alary the mother of Jamec and other 101diIII Idle later and Ihty bilfevetl them not M Then arose lefts and ran unto the rtputchir and stooping down he beheld thr linen clothes INId by themselves andtdt artt i wordrrlnir In himself ut rlilrh n came to pat tmnlllltl Ti1vTxorv Chris rlrnfrom the drwl1 Cor IftiUO e NOrtH AND COMMKNT8 Tile fact if time resurrection and of limo cnnlliml points tiin which ChrUtlnn faith rests H Christ Im nut rUen says Inul I Cor lAilMU then la ourprcnchlng vrilti iinil your faith Ulan vnluiIt Chrlat lie not risen your faltli I vain ye mire yet in your sins Then they which nre fallen ntdiop In Christ nro perished If III this life only we hints hope In Chrliit wo mutt of nil men most miser nlilo lint now Chrlat rlien from time iltHil amid become tin first frnitatof lluiii that idept brnatyrother kerne when the hnhe JCNIIN hnd JUKI come Into thn world and the whole heavens burst Into mu lci Olory to Hod In HIP highest amid on rnrtli pence goal will townnl men Those two scours lure perhaps time two clearest visions of Joil that hate ever been given to mankind They give us jrlinp of nliotlicr life which has not thp HtnltntlonN we now know niul Into tvtiirh death wilt not enter Christ hue met mans archenemy nnil tom qurred him Who la this nrch enemy of nmnkltiil He has two nnineat Dvnlh Sin Death andrut are synon ymous You ecfnquer slur and you hue overcome death cternnl life U yours On t hotrr linntl you may allow sin thr innMtpry nnil death hu the upper linnil for the wngea of sin death In It tint n curloiiN con Urination of this that the men of sow did nutloiia amid corrupt tnornU often court denth III suicide wlfllo the thought of eternity la coupled with nil that purr lofty bright anti hems tlful Death In the cud of nil for the clearerilslanThe rlftClnllnt of thin resist nation of Jesus lure an follow Mull 2HM8 Mnrk 10 19 Luke Sit 18 and John 20 M7 Till tseentinl jMilnta of the lesson err 1 Clirlat wu In the tomb three days 2 there woe no poaalhlllly of hum hoily liarln liven rentovfd hy Impimtora J that Jeaua did rUe fruit the had and He allowed Itliimelf nt various limp during n period of 40 drays to Ills nposlles and otlicrn Brad nlao time report of the prlestsMnttChrist In the Toinli The ronimnnly ncceptcd theory In tint Christ was bur led Friday afternoon probably nlMiut four oclock and rose early on Sun day morning Thim He was In the tomb only a part of three ilnyn and only two nlKhta Many have hcaltntrd to ncoept thin theory owintr lo the- etntementMatt1210 Turns Joins wna three days nnd three nllil In the whnloa bellyso shall the Sun of nightsItsinent would be literally anti fully kiibMtnntlated nn volumea have been written to prove leans was crucified nail burled on Tliurmlay Inatyad of lrldny No Iosalbtllty of Sllatnke To In emit thin denth of Jesus the Itoinun ioldlurs pierced the hotly through nppnrunhlyleer nnothcr timing Jesus holy was laid In a now tomb where no other body had been Inld thus leaving no qti Ntlon of mistaken Identity to be settled Then tho entrance to the tomb wan sealed JIIInllII pianl of Boldlern WUH placed there limo KuHiirrectlon The fact Is al most concliiNlvely proved without Ink ing Into coimlduratloii the nbove facts by the Incredulity of thu disciples It won nlmost Impossible to convince them that their crucified Lord was with them nfrnln- JemiN Appears to Apostles and Otis ers During tho 40 days between tin resurrection nnd tho nsccnslon we Jiiivo recorded In one or nitre of the four Gospels ten appearances of Jesus on one occasion to over fromHe who prays III pride tuba prayer of adornlntThooro than bo tcachcH When wo east our cares on Him it does not mean ire cares for others limo Is not In the land of time living till they Imo pasted from thin world Irof time dying Gods blessings come buck to us In the baskets In which wo send our gifts to others When our wills conflict with Cutlet It la poor policy to seek pones by rank lag out tho i uiice lver Jtuiuu JJoru JOHN BRENT Maj Theodore Winthrops Great StoryHorses Hunting and Adventures in the West CIIAITKIl NXlCoutlmicd nrRIIt1IlIrHUM Of twilight the sane WltllOllt 1IH doubly tvnd IlllllOMt doilies tic Tim springs four or the In limn her mill Sue carrying with It u thread of lust steam sprung vigorously out along the bold edge of the clllf All thu ground wags erduregrecii ten eyesairierIlm willIIereotureit that cane there IltrlllllIIhlItIIf the Champagne Spring kept flit grass grazed short thu turf of n peak Two great spruce trees tlich with one foot uniler the rocks nisi tam edging flllllltnhIrlluud plllni miler pyramid Some wreaths tit drooping erccxrs flouting front till crags hind caught and clung and gone winding among the dark loll t tag of tilt twin trees nnd now their leiius rlcned liy initnmn Rhook amid the dusky greets like nn alight Jug of oriole Kxrcpt for the sprueen ponied against thin cliffs tier grassy men of an ueru about the springs was clear of other growth than grnss below lilt rivulet illNnpiHfircd In n green this kcl and farther iloivn were large Cot tllllwOnilalld one toll stran gar tree the feminine presence of a drooping elm much unlooked for hero ate the sweet dellenlo womnn uiiom Ntrnngu dinners hnd liroiiKh- ti dignify ant gnicc 1he spot This Mrnugttr riot fluted j hrllrt with in fliiltc tender memories of home and 1ofthose early boyish days when llrent nits lay under thus llerkeley College elms or strnycd beneath tin elm liullt arches up and down the avenues t f Hint fair city clustered round the college In thoiu bright stays lns fore sorrow enmu to him or to me my hnrsh neecwilTy we two In broth erJiiNtd unit trained eels other to high thoughts of courtesy nnd loveti tlrllIlIlIllnf love for large heroic souls of women when cur tlmo of full Ffliiiplclcd worthiness Khould come And him time hind come And yet It might la that the wounded knight would neater know hi lady nn much loving beloved It might that he would never Hnd a sweeter HOoth hag In her touch than the mere touch of gratitude and common charity It might IN that be would fever away hiss beautiful life with the fever of hiss wound nnd never fell the holy quiet of n lovers Joywtieu the full bliss of Jove returned to hU I gave n few momenlH to the horses uul mules They were Mill to be tin addled llrnlthy Ftilano lend found iris own way to whiter and now won fencing on the crisp cohort grass along the outlet of the Champngne Spring tickling his nose with the but IIIIll of gnu as they sped by Sup Kit huol Thin slSnt was worth the gal lop to nee Sup Fuhuin the brave enil mny nn stain of lhls days right rots deathdoing rent upon your entitle life llrrnt wns lying under the spruce drowning with fatigue reaction and of blood Mis Cllthroc 1tItt by watching him These line beings have nn cx uhtllcly tcnnrlous vitality Tim Impplnemi of release haul uddrnly re kindled all tier life again AM nhe riwn to meet me there nOl light In her eyes and color In her check tier whole noul leii cil upand spoke its large gratitude In n mnlle My dear friend stars said and then with itithlcn tearfulness God be thanked for your heroism Sod IK thanked I repented Wt have been strangely rulcctcd unIt sent you from Knglnnd lilY friend sad and my horN the hero of tlio day front the 1ncinc to Interfere here- In duds others liven It would cem rtinmnee but for the sharp terror of thin day coming after time long agony of my Journey with my poor errant father A nhnrp terror Indfedl That only terrorl and n glow of maidenly thnnkfulncM pnK eil user her face Except one moment of rough usage when slipped RWllY my gag nnd Kereameil nus they carried inn oil tlioMMticu were connldernte to me Jhey never halted except to dig n well In the Kami of n river bed learned from their talk thnt they luau Attempted to steal your horHes In the tight nnd falling dreniled lest you nnd cHpcclnlly llr Itrent would fol low thesis clone So they rode hard They mipjoned tint when I wnx found inlRHlng whoever went In pursuit and you they always fraud would lose time along the emigrant rondnenrch lag inHtwjird Wn might have statue no but we had ourselves ridden off that way In ilcMjnilr of nllllllollnllll I gave leer n sketch of the events of the morningIt the hope of succor horn you that sustained me After what your friend said th me last evening 1 knew he could not abandon me If lie had power to nut And shin look ed very tenderly nt the sleeper n look to repay him for n thousand voumln Did you find my glove she oskedHe has it Thnt token assured Ah you should have seen that dear ivoiiiided troy stir lender when ho knew we were not astray continued my story of our pur suitthe lulling bent of the strenm tmdertonlngmy words In the still twl light When I came to that lust wild burst of 111 limo nnd told how his kerolc charge had fulfllteil his faith UIIful ardor of the slay she sprung thrilled out of nil veiirlnons and ran to tlio noble fellow where he wan Inking his dainty l an uct by the brookslde She Hung her nrum around his neck stud rested her head IIMIII hits shuts der Locks of the black hair esc np lug Into curls mingled with hit Inane Presently Mlsn Cllthroe seemed toI feel n maidenly contieloilsnriiN that her caresses of the horse might remind thu horsuo in aster that hu WIH not unworthy of n like reward Site returned to my friend Ho was Htlr ring it little In paths She bimleil herself nUiut him tenderly and yot with certain dlxtnncu of manner build lug n watt of delicate decorum le twcen him std herself lucked from thu Ixglnnlng of our aciualiitanen ycHtenlay inch now In thin mentlhg of today she land drawn apart from llrunt mail frankly approached lilt tier Olio liiftttnct knew the brother from thus lover- Armstrong presently rode up again When hu saw ids brothers sorrel horse feeding with the others he wept like n cinch We two till Indy amt I were great Iy touched Ive got a daughter myself to homo to the lYaIlIIn lurid Arm strong turning to Mss Cllthroe jest about your scttln up nnd jest nlmut Ins many eons HhiiuUlns old ll ten lice nnnieI- CIIen IH lilY name Thats pretty pooty he Tarn nounced It Well Ill stand father to you just ns ef you was Slyawn gal know what it gal In trouble wants moruii young fellows can Kllen lit hrot gave her hand to Armstrong In frank acceptance of his otTer In became Ihn putericil eliMiient in our party he protecting her mid she hiimanUIng him We lighted nor iiimp lire and soh pest heartily Except for llrents mi eaKy stir and unwilling moans we might hate forgotten thu deadly bull tress of thnt slay We mndi thin wounded mnn rom hart as night bat with blanket under the sheltering spruces After sill If he must be hurt hu could not hnve fallen upon n better hospital than tilt pure ouch air of this Innull fill Hlicllcr std surely nowhere sus n gentler sunrise than hU Armstrong Laud built the lusty n bower n little lodge of Itiulirx front thu thicket urea he nnd I kept watch and watch- ix ninth thu starlight Sleeping or miking our souls and IxMlleM thiinkeil find fur this Hace of n MMiccful nlglit utter the terror nnd tramp sad battle of that trembling slay CIIAITKU XXII- CI11M1AGNi How Soundly I slept In my sleeping hours niter our great victory Cour age over Sjxice HOJM over Time host over llrutallty the Heavenly Tower over the Demon Forrest I sprang up after my Inst morn lug slumlKr with vlt llty enough for my wounded friend std myself felt Shunt I could carry doubly rexi rn nlblllty as Ftilano hind carried dour the weight toil lens guess me the blcmdng of n great vigorous life My biMly alwnyN hns been n perfect ma chlno for my inlnili work such ns that they tiny std never a better machine with every valve crank joint and Journal In twill onler liras on that dawn nt Lnggarncl Sprlngn If I had not awaked nllve from top to tot from tip to tip from end to end olive In muscle nerve nod brain the Iuggernrl Chnmpngnu Hprlng would hare put life Into me Oranges before breakfast are good There be who on awakening gasp for the cocktail And others who fuel died last night arc limp in their lazy beds till soda water lends them Its flzxlc Eye opxners these of moderate caliber lint with nil the vigorous vitality I have claimed perhaps I still might have remembered yesterday with Its lollop of Three its suspense Its roger dash oust its certainty anti remembered tuna with new nnxletlci for todny except for my morning draught of exhilaration from the un bottled unmixed sources of Lugger nrJ I stooped nnd lapped Long ngii dldcon Ilnrakron recognized tho thor oughgoing braves because they took their water by the throat fill not Itv the pnlmful And when I had lapped cnougli nnd lot the great bubbles of laughing gas burst In my face I took n beaker to be surd it wns batten tin and lunch hung nt the belt of n dns tnrlln beaker of that cordial Julep to my friend He was awake and look Ing about him seeking for some nary Coups 1o your gruel old fellow said I He drank the airy water nnd sat up revived It Is like swallowing the first sun beam on tine crown of n snow peak he said Miss Cllthroc dnwned upon us with this She cnme forth frosts her lodge fresh and full of cheer Brent stopped looking about for some one Thu One lunch entered upon the scene I dipped for her nlso tint poetry In n tin pot This said she Is Maier balsa thnn the enchanted cup of CII mil never did lips touch n draught To life no friendlyor so cool to thirst My dear friend this is the flr t night of peaceful hopeful rest I Imve had since my poor father was betrayed Into huts delusion Thiink you and noel for it- Anil again her eyes filled with happy tears mid she knelt by her pa tient While shu was tenderly nnd deftly renewing the bandages Arm I strong st oil by ouch Inspected use wound In alienee Prcucntly walk ed olt fwd called me lo help him with our camp tire Irotty well ploughed up thud urm of hlsn said he I have seen amputation performed for less Then Im duns glad theres no saw bones oboist I dont bulletu Nnfcr means n mans leg or arm to go un IlIlIhe breaks thu solid hone so tlnut It iiliOt to be sot nil u iv Hut what do you allow to do lnnnri ahead orI n piat here Von uru the oldest you have most experience will take your advice October Is sweet as the smile of a gill when she hems that her mat liis muds fifteen hundred dollars oil tlio purceeds of a holf aero of onions to the mines but thcsu ycr full storms reglar Injuns they light down thout scud iii on handbill Wu ought to bu plntln for home If we stasis Hut HrctttM wound Cats he tray el Nun about that wound theres two ways of lookln nt It We ken stop here or wu ken punt for karat tail I allow that It oughter take that nrm of hlsn a month to make liulf right low III a month therll hit prnps three feet of snow wlmr wn stand We muwt go on Jtesldes lookcreherel Acconlln to lilt the fcellnM nunn sutliln when a mans got nny Hell be nil the time worryln abut the gal till he gets her to her father Its my judgment shod lictter never see the old man tights but I wouldnt want my linen lo quit me cf I was nn unhealthy Ronoph like him Daughters ought to stick closer n twitch grauss to their fathers and sobs to their moth ers and she aint one to knock oft lovln nnylxidy shes guy herself to love No shes one of thu stlddy Kind st hldy as this stars Hn knows that that there jinnlener of yourn knows It and his feellns wont gin 11utili no rest until slats got thus old man to take lure of nnd follow off on hU next streak So we must pool for Iximnile live or die Tharll be i dodt ir there Kf we ken fled tint tvny It Hhoiihlnt take ns more n icn days Ill pool him on Hills sor real jest as gentle n horse as Hill was Ih1 rode him and well see ef we mliit worked out the bad luck out f nil of us for one while Armstrongs opinion was only my men expressed Oregonly We went n preparing breakfast Thirst there A A nude says rmxlrong was Hills iiiul mine and his stuff in tho packs was ours I lont know what the fellers slid with the two menu mustangs they was rid in when they found ns fust on Hear ilver used em up I reckon Here llrent hailed us cheerily Iook olive titers you two cooks Ve Idlers here want to he traveling I told you so said Armstrong He understands this biiHlntKS Jest is will as we do llull go till he Imp Thar grit Into hint ef I now grit Yes but when I Haw him alt still with his lack agnlnxt the spruce rce mud remembered his exuberant ire of other days I desponded Hu oon took occasion to speak to me gait Dick sold he you sue how It is I am not good for much If mi citrus alone you and I might settle here for a mouth or nnd write Hubbies from tho Hninnen Hut ihrru Is it lady In the east It Is plain where she belongs I know every Inch of the way to fctramle Ican aka your through In n week he unused and uavcrcd n little its he continued If I live Hut dont look dtr anxious I shall It would be stupid for you to die now John Hrcnt that Inner with the oliKtaclcs cut ashy rich nn herolo taxis of operations A wounded taints perhaps a dying ninth has no business wlth love I will never present her my services and ask pay Hut Dick if I should veoiout you will know whnt to say to her for me- At this slit Joined us her face so Illumined with resolution and hope that we both kindled All doubt skulked away from her presence Brent wax nerved to rise and walk n few steps to the campfire sup ported by hits arm and mine Armstrong hind breakfast ready such ns It was And really the brace of wood grouse lu hind shot tint morning not n hundred yards from wimp were not unworthy of n ladys table though they hnd never uncle JOllrlll In n crowded box over a slow railroad front Chicago to New York In n Innuary thaw ouch then been Ixiuglit nt half price of n street pcdlor a few unites before they dropped to pieces Wo groujwd to depart llIhullremlmher nil this for scores of sketches said Cllthcroc To be continued Another wealthy beggar was t1ls covered In Franco on the death nt Versailles n few weeks back of Ma vie Lerct n miserable looliag woman of 83 who for years had begged outside church doors nnd nt railway stations Fifteen thousand dollars in gold was found In n stocking secret ed in a cupboard of the wretched hov tl whcru she lived together with se cashes to thus value of 25000 of which the dividend coupons lunch not been utilized for eighteen years Moses Knodell who died in halves ton n few weeks ago bequeathed the bulk of his estate of 15000 to es tablish n public school In Sabine Pass Tex- According to a hate census bulletin Kentucky has a land area fif 40000 square miles SAVING OF NATIONS Dr Talmage Tells of the Sacrifices of Our Savior llr SprnUn of Grlhirmane a It Appeared In Him Mvrtnon from the Textt Ye Are Douifbt with a Price Copyright by Louts Klopsch N T- In thU discourse Or Talmage shows savIIntext I Corinthians 020 Ye are bought with a price Your friend takes you through his valuable house You examine the arches the frescoes the grass plots the fish ponds the conservatories the parks of deer and you say with in yourself or you say aloud What did all this cost You see a costly diamond flashing In an earring or you hear a costly dress rustling across the drawingroom or you see a highs nettled span of horses har nessed with silver and gold and you begin to snake an estimate of the value The man who owns a large estate cannot Instantly tell you all It is worth TIe says I will estimate so much for the house so much for the furniture so much for laying out the grounds so much for the stock so much for the barn so much for the equipage adding up in all mak ing this aggregate Well my friends I hear so much about our mansion In leaven about Its furniture and the grand surroundings thnt I want to know how much it Is all worth and whnt has actually been paid for it I cannot complete In n month nor a year the magnifi cent calculation but before I get through todny I hope to give you the figures Ye are bought with a priceThe first Installment paid for the clearance of our souls was the fjjno mlnlous birth of Christ in Bethlehem Though we may never be carefully looked after afterward our ad vent Into the world is carefully guard ed We came into the world amid kindly attentions Privacy and si hence are afforded when God launches nn Immortal soul Into the world Even the roughest of men know enough to stand back Dut I have to tell you that In thin village on the tilde of the kill there was a very bed lam of uproar when Jesus was born In n village capable of accommodat ing only a few hundred people many thousand people were crowded and amid hostlers and muleteers and cam el drivers nt stupid beasts of burden the Messiah appeared No si lence No privacy A better adapted place hath the eaglet In the eyrie math the whelp in the lions lair The exile of Heaven lleth down upon straw The first night out from the palace of Heaven spent In an out house One hour after laying aside the robes of Heaven dressed in a wrapper of coarse linen One would have supposed that Christ would hove made n more gradual descent com ing from Heaven first to a halfway world of great magnitude then to Caesars palace then to a nicrnhants palace In Galilee then to a private horny In Bethany then to a fisher mans hut and last of all to a stable Not It was one leap from the top to the bottom Let us open the door of the caravan ears In Hethlehem and drive away the camels Pass on through the group of Idlers and loungers What 0 Mary no light No light shut says save that which come through the door What Mary no food None she says only that which was brought In the sack on the journey Let the Bethle hem woman who has come In here with kindly attentions put back the cover Ing from the babe thnt we may look upon It Look Look Uncover your head Let us kneel Let all voices be hushed Son of Mary Son of God Child of n day Monarch of eternity In that eye the glance of a God Om nipotence sheathed in that Babes arm That voice to be changed from the feeble plaint to the tone that shall wake tho dead Hosanna Hosanna Glory to God that Jesus came from throno to manger that we might rise from manger to throne and that a11 the gates aro open and that the door of Heaven that once swung this way to let Jesus out now swings the other WRY to let us In Let all the bellmen of Heaveq lay hold the rope and ring out tho news Behold I bring you glad tidings of great joy which shall be to all people for today Is born In the city of David a Saviour which is Christ tho Lord Tho second installment paid for our soups clearance was the scene In Quar antnnln a mountainous region full of caverns where are today panthers and wild beasts of nil sorts so that you must now go there armed with knifo or gun or pistol It was there that Jesus went to think and to pray sash It was there that this monster of hellmore sly more terrible than eounlrySatnnThe rose In the cheek of Christ that Iubllua Lentulltu in his letter to the human senate ascribed to Jesus that rose had scattered Its petals Ab stinence from food hind thrown him into emaciation A long abstinence from food recorded In profane his tory Is that of the crew of the ship Juno For 23 days they had nothi lug to eat hut this uufTerer hnd fasted a month nnd ten days before he broke fast Hunger must have agonized every fiber of the body and gnawed on the stomach with teeth of death The thought of a morsel of bread or Wt t must have thrilled tho luuty tvitla some thing like ferocity Turn opt a pack pf men hungry all ChrUt was q hungered p4 tk MM M4 tengtb with MM yell they would devour you as n kid It was in that pang of hunger that Jesus was accosted and satan said Now change thcgp Btpnos wjph look like bread Into all actual supply of bread Und the tettlptdtloil come to you and me under those circumstances we would have orlndi Dread It shall bet and boon almost Impatient at tho time taken for mastication but Christ with one hand bent bACk tho hunger and with thin other hand beat back the monarch of darkness 0 ye tempted ones Christ was tempted We are told that Napoleon ordered a coatof mall made but he was not quite cer tain that It was impenetrable so he laid to the manufacturer of the coat ofmoll Put It on now yourself and let try It And with shot sifter shot fired from his own pistol the emperor found that it was just what it pretended to be a good contofmall Then the man received a large reward I bless God that the same coat of mail that struck back the weapons ot temptation from the head of Christ we may now all wear for Jesus comes and says Y have been tempted and I know what it Is to bo tempted rake this robe that defended me and wear It for yourselves I shall see you through all trjal and I shall see you through all temptation But says Satan still further to Jesus come and I will show you something worth looking at And after a half days journey they came to Jerusalem and to the top of the tent pIe Just as one might go up In the tower of Antwerp and look off upon Belgium ao Satan brought Christ to the top of the temple Some people at a great height feel dizzy and a strange disposition to jump So Satan comes to Christ in that very crisis Stand Ing there at the top of the temple they looked off A magnificent reach of country Grain Melds vineyards olive groves forests and streams cattle In the valley flocks on the hills and vii ages and cities and realms Now says Satan Ill make a bargain Just jump off I know It Is a great way from the top of the temple to the vat ley but If you are Divine you can fly Jump off It wont hurt you Angels willcatch you Your Pother will hold you Besides Ill make you a large present If you will Ill give you Asia Minor Ill give you China Ill give you Ethiopia Ill give you Italy Ill give you Spain Ill give you Germany Ill give you Britain Ill give you all the world What a temptation it must have been The third Installment paid for our redemption was the agonizing prayer In Qethiemane As I sat in that gar den at the foot of an old gnarled and twisted olive tree the historic scene came upon me overwhelmingly These old olive tree are the lineal descend ants of those under which Christ stood and wept and knelt Have the leaves of whole botanical generations told the the story of our Lords agony to their successors Next to Calvary the solemnest place In Palestine Is Geth emane While sitting there It seemed as If I could hear our Lords prayer laden with sobs and groans Can this be the Jesus who gathered fragrance from the frankincense brought to Ills cradle end from the lilies that flung their sweetness Into His sermons and from the box of alabaster that broke at his feet Is this Jesus the com forter of Bethany the resurrector nt Nato the oculist at Bethsalda Is this the Christ whose frown is the storm whose smile is the sunlight the spring morning Hi breath the thun der His voice the ocean a drop on the tip of Ills finger Heaven a sparkle on the bosom of Ills love the universe the dust of His chariot wheel Is this the Christ who Is able to teal a heart break or hush a tempest or drown a worldor flood immensity with lids glory Behold Ills in prayer the globules of blood by sorrow pressed through the akin of Ills forehead What an Installment part payment of the greatest price that was ever paid The fourth installment paid for our redemption was the Saviours sham trial I call It a sham trial there has never been anything so indecent or unfair In any criminal court ns was witnessed at the trial of Christ Why they hustles him Into the courtroom at two oclock in the morning They gave Him no time for counsel They gave him no opportunity for subpoe naing witnesses The ruffians who were wandering around through the midnight of course they saw the ar rest and went Into the courtroom But Jesus friends were sober men were respectable men and at that hour two oclock In the morning of course they were at home asleep Consequently Christ entered the courtroom with the rufflaps Oh look at Him No one to speak a word for Him I lift the lantern un Ill I can look Into His face and as my heart beats in sympathy for tills the best friend the world ever had Him self now utterly friendless an officer of the courtroom comes np and smites hUm in the mouth and I see the blood stealing from gum and lip Oh it was a farce of a trial lasting only perhaps tn hour and then the judge rises for sentence Stopl It is against the law to give sentence unless there has been nn adjournment of the court be tween condemnation and sentence but what cares the judge for the law The man has no friends Let Him die says the judge And the ruffians out side the rail cry Aha aha thats what we want Pass IBm out here to usl Away with Him Away with Him I bless God that amid all the in justice that may have been inflicted upon us In this world we have a divine sympathizer The world cannot lie about VQU por abuse you as much as they dd Christ and Jesus stands today In every courtroom in every Courageand abuse I will protect those who are trampled upon And when Christ for xt that two oclock Morning scene and the stroke of the ruffian on the mouth and the howling of the un washed crowd then lIe will forget you mad me in the injustices of life that may be Inflicted upon us Further I remark The last great Installment paid for our redemption was the demise of Christ The world has seen many dark days Many sum ncrs ago there was a very dnrk day when the sun was eclipsed The fowl at noonday went to their perch and we felt a gloom us we looked nt the astronomical wonder It was a dnrk day in London when the plague was at Its height and the dead with uncov ered faces were taken in open carts nnd dumped in the trenches It wax n dark day when the earths opened and Lisbon sank brit the darkest since the creation of the world was tvlaentltoIcarnage of Calvary was enacted It was about noon when the curtain began to be drawn It wns the swing ing of n great gloom all around tho heavens God hung It As when thero Is a dead one in the hoise you bow the shutters or turn the lattice God In the afternoon shut the windows of the world As it Is appropriate to throw a black pall upon the coffin ns It passes along so It was appropriate that everything should be somber that day as the great hearse of the earth rolled on bearing the corpse of the King A mans last hours are ordi narily kept sacred However you may have hated or caricatured a man when you hear he Is dying silence puts Its hands on your ups and you would have a loathing for the man who could stond by a deathbed making faces and scoffing But Christ in Ills last hour r cannot be left alone What pursuing Rim yet after so long a pursuit You have been drinking His tears Do you want to drink This blood They come up closely so that notwithstanding the darkness they can glut their revenge with the contortions of Ills counte nance They examine His feet They watt to feel for themselves whether those feet are really spiked They put out their hands and touch the spikes and bring them back wet with blood and wipe Ihemon their garments Women stand there and weep but can do no good It is no place for the ten derhearted women It wants a heart thnt crime has turned into granite The waves of mans hatred and of hells vengeance dash up against the man gled feet and the hands of sin and pain nnd torture clutch for his holy thoroughlyfastened torn Him down and trampled Him cavalryhorsesthiir bits and reared and sniffed at the blood Had a Roman officer called out for a light his voice would not have been heard in the tumult but louder than the crash of spears and the walling of womanhood and the neighing of the chargers and the bel lowing of the cruciflcrs there comes n voice crashing throughloud clear gronnInAwhat a scene Look world at what you have done I lift tho covering from the mal treated Christ to let you count the wounds and estimate the cost Oh when the nails went through Christs right hand that bought your hands with all their power to work and lift and writer When the nails went through Christs right foot and yourfeetrun or climb When the thorn went In yourbrnlnplan When the spear cleft Christs side that bought your heart with all Its power to love and repent nnd pray When the Atlantic cable was lost in 1885 do you remember that the Great Eastern and the Medwny and the Al bany went out to find It Thirty times deeplrisurfaceNosurface than they lifted a shout of ex imitation but the cable slipped back again into the water nnd was lost Then for two weeks more they swept the sea with the grappling hooks and theybroughtit this time Then with great excite ment they took one end of tho cable to the electricians room to see if there were really any life in It nnd when they saw a spark and knew that a mes sage could be sent then every hat was lifted and the rockets flew and tho guns sounded until all the vessels on thin expedition knew and thin conti nents were lashed together Well my friends Sabbath after Sabbath Gospel messengers have como searching down for your souls We hove swept the sea with tho grappling hook of Christs Gospel Again and again we have thought that you were at the surface and we began to rejoice over your re demption but nt the moment of our gladness you sank back again into the world and back again into sin Today we como with tho Gospel searching for your soul We apply the cross of Christ first to see whether there is any life left in you while all around the people stand looking to see whether the work will be done nnd tho angels of God bend down and witness nnd spnrkofsend up n shout that would be heard on tile battlements of Heaven and two worlds would keep jubilee because communication is open between Christ bl1sIlined on the Goat And shore they tell me your hoos bands very llthcrary That ho Is indnde theito the house Shure he does And vat in the name of goodness foes tho poor goat get to ate honkers Statesman THE CITIZENBEREA KYAPRIL 4 1901 Caluegua Luzon O townsman Matt Benge han ed the CITIZEN a letter from Caluegao Luzon dated Jan 29 written by his brother George now with the 3rd S cavalry in the Philippines Belo we give an abridgement of the lette The insurrection is practicaly a standstill in this region BO we an called on to do garrison and escort dutyWhen wo debarked on the coast of northern Luzon the insurgents were very troublesome in firing on the wagon trains but the 3rd cavalry and 33rd infantry under Gen Young soon put a stop to that Ever since the commencement the troubles here it has been a mye ry how the insurgents obtained arms and amunition but it is a mystery no longer An expediton of our troop and Co I Eth Inft under Maj Stosu ers unraveled the matter on Nov 22 Our expedition going east of Viv an had reached the river Lapo whic we followed through the mountain- until we could go no farther mounted so dismounting we continued tb rocky course of the stream for som miles Maj Steaners called a hat and sent Serg Gosa a veteran of Sa Juan and a party of eight to try for a trail across the mountain The detachment starting in a right hand di rection had to cut their way through bamboo and underbrush a very hard task as they had no implement for such work except a bolo taken from an insurgent a short time before Arriving at a small brook they followed its course for some distance comin to a place where some party had re cently camped the campfire being still alive Here a trail was found leading up a steep bluff some twent feet high The Sergeant asMsted b some of his men scaled the bluff and reaching the top found himself face to face with an insurgent who instant ly made off Serg Goss calling for his party to follow him took the di rection the fugitive had gone when suddenly they were greeted by a heavy fire from an insurgent party The tire was returned and after brief fight the attacking party re treated leaving their baggage and the wounded on the field In a knapsack among the baggage were found six letters from soldiers in the U S ar my to deserters who were with th enemy and eleven letters from the same source to Gen Teno and oth er prominent insurgent leaders also directions for making bmokeless pow der technical drawings and descrip dons of weapons of modern warfare and instructions how to obtain arms andamunition Several of these ren egades are under arresta and will most likely be executed Insurgents in great numbers are coming in and surrendering their arms Since I commenced this letter one thousand bolomen and one hundred riflemen have surrendered atI VivanThe natives of this region are bright and have some education They resemble the Japanese always doing something are neat andclean in their person and best of all have good morals They seem to be con tented and in their manner of lifeIIn Prussia changes of faith are recorded by the state During the seven years 189097 the number in the old Prussian provinces leaving the Catholic church for the Protes tant was 40677 the number leaving Protestantism for Romanism was on ly 4442 John G Wooley candidate for the presidency on the prohibition ticket last fall delivered a lecture March 4 which he said would have been hisC inauguraladdress had he been sue cessful at the election Ho also out his hypothetical cabinet vizI Wm McKinley Sec of State Grover Cleveland Sec of Treasury BenjE Harrison Atty Gen Filz Hugh Lee Sec of War I K Funk Sec of Navy Joshua Levering Sec of Agri culture Samual Dickie Postmaster General Alfred Zayas leader of the Nation alists was elected Mayor of Havana in place of Gen Rodrignez resigned- d Correspondence Clay County Redbiifieate boy Born to Mrs Nellie Smallwood fine girl Rev Abe Davis of Martins Creek preached at our school house last Sunday Gus Smith moved to Hammond Fork last week Frederick of Goose Creek tefvisited friends here last week Joe Eversolo and May Hubbard who moved to Barboursville a few weeks ago have returned to their oh home Owsley Couhty resWe are having lots of rain and andaIlenrn9 John L and Hy Gabbard Sr went to Island Creek Monday Lee Rose of Eversole is hauling ties for Rev John Mason Cordell Roberts of Wolf Creek is hauling goods for M Bailey Your correspondent visited Delaine Bolin Sunday onBSimmon s Creek Lee Co Sunday Mrs Jaley Gabbard visited Mrs Margaret Moore Sunday CountyyMlllersbtirff Miss Mary Rat cliffe is on the sick list John Mayberry and Richard Bush hive returned front their Oklahoma trip favorably impressed Noah Gleen of Springfield 0 is here visiting friends entertainaeven ingMrs Nancy Parker is recovering- her health The funeral of Mrs Kate Allen was ateendanco was large We are glad to welcome Miss Alice Simms of Oberlin 0 to our city She will reside with her sister Mrs W H Bowen Elder McFarland of Mayslick is preaching at the Baptist church this week Miss Josie SmrJOtsof Paris ii here visiting Miu Minny Ming Mason County Maysvllle Mrs Julia Yates whose illness was recently mentioned died Monday morning at her homo on Lexington Pike On Friday afternoon May 10 theI pupils of the primary department will celebrate Doll Day All tho chil dren are requested to bring their dolls and the child to whom the nicest dressed doll belongs will receive a prizeAll churches are making preparations for the celebration of E88torI One of the most enjoyable events of the season was the celebration of the twentysecond anniversary of the marriage of Rev Mr ana Mrs OI NelSon at the Plymouth Church last weekAnthony Dimmit is ill at his home in Phister AlleyIMrs Mary J Hill of Murphysville died Friday at the home of her par She leaves a little baby fourI weeks old The High School Almuni requests the members of the High School be present at their meeting Saturday afternoon at Miss Lida Walkers on Fourth St Rockcastle County Conway Jessie Dykes and B Riddle quarreled last week for the second time and ended with a fight Caleb Gadd and Miss Luanna Baker of this place were married last week Ohio College of Dental Surgery Department of Deitlstry Oniiersity of Cincinnati Central Ave and Court St Cincinnati O r This College was organized in 1846 and the 56th Annual Session begins about October 8th 1901 Three sessions of seven months each are required for graduation This is the first Dental College established in the West It is coeducational and has a teaching corps of twenty instructors Its build ings are modern and well adapted to the requirements of modern dental education and its clinics are unsurpassed Optional Spring and Fall Courses in Clinical instruction are also given Fees are 100 each Session For in formation and Announcement address H A Smith D D S Dean 116 Garfield Place Cincinnati Ohio Ipapl nD Cook who ban boon sick so long is said to bo worse Wo hopo that ho will soon recover There are inpro candidate in Rock castle county than there are OIOrAl and how can any of them bo Tho measles aro subsiding in this neighborhood and we tiopq they will not get scattered again Mrs Stella Blazer tins rettirutd homo from Cincinnati whew she has been visiting her sister A P Gadd is moving to the farii- of Copt R D Cook Mrs Kline of Ohio is visiting her daughter Mrs II Blazon Mad dogs are reported iu this sec thou Joe Wren of Boonos Gap inn JUIIIl1Ito Pomery 0 P W Jones and wife hove gone to Illinois to visit their daughter Madison County 1PO3tOtltvtI Alex File is in Cincinnati Miss Maggie Gentry anti sister have returned from a visit to Win chester Tho infantof Mr and Mrs lImn ahrpy Brooks lA very ill Miss Adelle Phelps has been called home by an accident to her father Chas Buniam Jr who purchased tho Minutia store Inns restocked it with dry goods Jordon Burnam was here last week visiting relativ- esWnllncetouMr Perry Rey nolds and wife wore tho guests of Mrs Bodkins Sunday Rev Win Thomson of Kingsville preAched lit the M E Church Sun dayJames M Combs and Walker Kelley of Borea attended church inure SundayRev W D Smith of Baron will preach at the M E Church Sunday Mrs Green Gabbard is visiting her daughter at Big lull this week Newt and Nora Cade were tui ttly married at tho home of the bride Wednesday afternoon at 3 oclock lisses Fannio Todd and Bessie Smith wero bridesmaids Weather Report Voluntary Observers Metriological Record for month of March 1901 Boron Ky Sinn temperatrj fur the month 474 K Maximum on the 17th to F Minimum on the 21th I F Oreatrt dally range 39 F Total precipitation for tte month JfO Inches Grealtit precipitation In Ibn the JrJ Total now fall for the month 10 No of days with precipitation of 01 In or trere U clear day g partly cloudy day 10 JondTla 12 Guaranteed Salary 900 Yearly Men and women of gorel addres to repracnt ui come to travel appointing other for local work our fiiterroti VOOO salary guaranteed jrivrlyi extra commlioloni and advancement old elblhhedhouseBrand chance for earnest roan or womnIto secure plea gut permanent poilllou al income New brlllUnt lines Wrllu at once 8TAFFOHU 1UKSS 33 Church St New Haven Coun 9M Remember what a good price is paid for homespun linen at Berra College and when you put in your crops plant some Repair That LoomIHomespun is coming into fashion again and our keep up Collegeisfiudiugof fireside industry which may bring education and comfort to many homes We can pay for wellwovon linen 40 conts a yard Joans 60 cents llnsoy 50 cents woll matched bed coverlets 4 to 6 Patent dyes not accepted oldfashioned Indigo pro furred For information address JOSEPHINE ExchangeDorea THE HOME xdltctt by aloe GRACE J STOKIS Instructor In Domestic Science Heron College The Hood Cook rOTTEU MEATS III ii recent issue an article appeared advocating tho timuufncturo o f potted meats reinuuuratira hem- industry It is now my purpose tho present article to explain tilt pro cuss by which these delicious savories are prepared Tho method is simple and by carefully following directions IInlllt taking pains to Will only moat nUll butter that are absolutely fresh and sweet one can hardly foil of SilO cess while the list of meats fish game and poultry that well bo potted being practically endless render 8it possible to prepare an infinite uxpwudiIturu TOTTED BEEr Procure a oleo mu i e Piece o r lKtJf us free as possible from gristle and skin and put it into a jar with u very little winter Cover cleanly and uland in a saucepan of letting thu water reach within two inches of tho top of jar Boil gently until tender und remove from the lire to cool a little then out it into pieces tho liZtl of a walnut null pass four or live times through nay good uncut chop per or sausage until cur hIdtrtIsalltliut run from it whilo cooking and us much good salt hillier us ennui be afforded with any nice mellow meat drippings on hand bearing in IU that tho butler or flit adds to the ktwpio- tunlities tho gravy on the contrary detracting mar Season to taste with pepper suit and nutmeg o nmcf kneading meanwhile with the hands into n perfectly smooth mass Fill stimuli jar with this smoothing tho top and cover with n of huller just wormed and jwurwl over Storo in n cool and dark plnco PUTTED VEAL Cook tho vend thor oughly in a covered pan without browning it anti when cold proceed AS before allowing lib of coked ham or bacon to every four of veal Omit most of tho gravy season with lemon juice mace etc and pack away for present uso only veal will not Keep as long as the other meats POTTED POTK Select a nit u piece of cold roasted or pickled Add fliitlicionl good Irk dripping instead of butter and season rather highly with mustard etc Press into Jars with if top layer of clarified lard POTTED TOXOCEJ Cook tongue as usual und puss through machine twico Add butter with cayenne supper tilt salt to suit taste POTTED HAM To every lbs cook ed lean ham allow Ib fat Grind teaspoonnutmegand a lingo j teaspoon of cayenun pepper Pack into pots us lug butter both in mixing and as top lover POTTED LIVERS Parboil tho liver inI tailed water for half an hour nUll bake slowly for the same length of time Grind and add sufficient onion juice popper and suit to taste to getbur with a of parsley and u little lemonJUIce plenty of away for present useVery many other dishes may beI prepared by combining two or more meats etc and seasoning with dried mushrooms celery seeds or the or dinary driod herrings opening up to housekeeper a compare tively new branch of tho culinary artEnirtl DIIAOE in Tim Now England Homestead REPORTERSCORRESPONDENTS or WRITERS Wanted everywhere Stories news ideas poems illustrated articles ad vance news drawings photographs unique articles etc ute purchased ruhlicationparticulars and full information bo fore sending articles The Bulletin Press Association New York Farm for SALI3 Four miles c goodfarmtion It has house stables crib and good well near tho Dose also sun or pnrliculareaddress way Ky 4 THE WESTERN POULTRY NEWS and THE CITIZEN One Year for Only 60c The Western Poultry News is a big 10pago Monthly Chicken Paper published at Lincoln Neb and is splendid authority on poultryraising It not only interests fancy breeders but the housewife in town or coun try who wants to make some profit from a few hens It also has a Belgian Hare Department It you want a poultry paper hero is your chance Only 60 coats for both papers a year Address THE CITIZEN Berea Ky t THE SCHOOL Killed br J WDInsmorc Itiwn of tho Nor mal DcDurtmvnt IkrM Cope o Uthl4Tluigli Tush It was upon a winter evening not long ago Wo sat about the cheerful radiator Near by was my little daughter amusing herself by spoiling myu1 looked up from any paper with n scowl my wife u roformiHl wehool maam looked amused Laud tho boy went on reading without noticing Ho hud recently bran through tho suave mill The tliughr No authority for it in dictionary usage or common souse visited a school soul time bolero mid upon the board In n primary room saw the words the to a Before ale ruullintjoxurciso the teacher poiutinl pug pits yeller thught1 to to and tinny runttThis is tine only ease that hunts comet to iny notice iu which to has been given that careful Hystomatio drill iu mispronunciation that a largo share of our primary teachers givo to tho tho aOlIa oleo como across limo articles ugh anti tliugli iu tho upper grades times without uuinbor never the preposition tugh which would seem to indicate that tho mispronunciation of to is sadly neglected by primary teachers AS INVESTIGATION v1hiclnSresolvedriosity sole liko charity int gut at homo Whom had I first heard of tho elm nioloon charaoturibticsof those words tntgsomo instituu we wero tho is l thi before the andrtho alone or emphatic match ed my head in mini And thou why did primary teacher nilopt thu unit igiioro lath link and thot My wife reinouilorri distinctly that when sine outer l tine village school front tine country years ago tho first gxnnontsbydren was her of IltlulSuptJriutellllent thutllittho iutluito pains taken to lix tho ill correct pronunciation I feel that ho would think dilferently AnotherI says Thorn is no anti nothing in our teaching warrants it They do it not because of ourI teaching but iu spite of it Another goes so far as to null it unmitigated bosh I was nut ceriniu whutherI this last was meant to apply teaching objected to or to my objlCII lions so in order to bo hair to placed him on tho right side If he has done mo injustice au apology will bo gracefully revived WilT is irT Whoro that ughthughtugh teacher itt bho is n of tieeydidDo these teachers imagine that iris necessary in order that pupil small read well Never was a greater mis take One of thorn said to mo Would you inure thorn rend as thoy used tol I SEE MAN and she it in the high pitch ovoryword emphasiz ed schoolroom drawl of e olden timo No I admitted I would not but of the two it is preferable to 1 SEE can MAN Porhujw 1 emphasized the ugh oven moro viciously than she had a Besides I addeda is correct thero according to tho die tiouary for you certainly emphasized il Well she persisted you would not try to teach three pronunciations of youSurely a Then what you M A Match in Intelligence TO I1C CONTINUED Photographs 12 on fancy mounts copied from your photo JJOo On buttons lOc a each or 42Bc Send 2 tamps for b sample Wm Lorimor Photographer Ky AOENTs WANTED Iouhlyclan rm per rear weekly day absolutely iironml expen seatnlaht buna fldo ilpllulto Milary no rum 1reIlUmoncf THE FARM opted by C MAMN boftmor ol Horti culture Here ColUKC When and How to Use For tilUarH Will you advise mo as to proper modo of using sulphate of potash mud nitrato of soda on a vegetable and small fruit garden I Should they bo spread on tho surface now or prior to digging for spring planting Should thoy be mixed and equal parts of each used I Are they unlike beneficial to raspberries and strawber rice Wo Imo many questions an to how fertilizers should bo put on the land Garden toil is usually rich and we advise broadcasting fertilizers utter tho ground is spaded or plowed Spread tho fertilizer evenly over thorough furrows mind rake or harrow it in One of tho few ironclad rules of soil culture in tine fact that it is bitter to harrow rather than plow fertilizer or limo Even quantities of nitrate of soda and sulphate of potash will answer for garden culture butt you must remember that neither of thesM substances contains phosphoric acid which is likely to bo lacking in most heavy garden soils Phosphoric acid hits most to do with the podiiciion of sued and is very neccemary to all small fruits You might well add three times as much of eli HOlvll1 phosphate rook or twice as much of fine ground hone as of nitrate ol soda It is not neccessary to mix theme spread them evenly over the garden unit rako them in I wish to experiment ou about half of 18 acres of corn mad onehalf nero i of potatoes In nil my reading of Tho Jt NY I do riot know jars innv ppotstoesIsby hand or in there a faster way suit when it is Honiincnded to luau M much per nom hnvo I to count Iho perhiliWo plant in drillRIIII drop tho fertilizer with the attachment on n Itobbins plant r which does good work When planting in hills tho for tillzor may bo dropped ono way In tho furrows put in the hill by Imud or broadcast iu tho majority of onset hrondcMfttiug is letter Many echo use tint fertilizer in hill or drill put it thero bccnimn it is easier and quicker do so A grain drill will put fertilizer iu Iho ground well When the upper surface Is has and loose tho moos on tho drill may lw lot down to drop till fertilizer two inches or under and cover it Such IOJlPliclitiOIi is just about right If wanted iu drill or hill deep furrows can lo rondo one way with tho plow Tho tubes on tine fertilizer drill can IMI tied together so as to feed unto tho furrows Then crcww mark wilhIt light plow or marker This will coy er tho fertilizer in tho hills and time seed pieces can be dropped and car ered If an exact experiment in do haeInary cultuie however this is not lire essary For corn wo would broad crust by all menus Some farmers plant anti then 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