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Rev JOHN DODWELL Wllli HI run if 3rrapoodenlaNDevoted to of the Weekly Enltml al llu A YEAR SCHOOL OLl1 A Family Injwr HEKEA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY APRIL 111901 Fifty cents a year NO 12IIDEAS llonltli is till vital principle of IIM Thompson Happy Is tho mat that flndolh wisdom Do not quit fowling tho cows too noon UHO fino salt fn your butter Every ChriHtlnn is doing wonio thing to keep tho church pure when ho is keeping hiniHulf pure You inuiit never judge of clmraolir by druauustaueuaSptlrgconTake Next week will bo observed uYn week of pmyor by till W C T U nod tho y W 0 1SlIlIdllY ob Hemuicos and UH claims upon UR will bo tho npecial topic There will bo prayer inoelliign Monday anti Wtnlnesday night to consider thin Hubjfvt nnd W C T U prayer meet tugs ou Tuesday Thurmlay and Friday at 2UO p in Prof II M Jones will preach al the Church of Boron Sunday morn 1lug on Sabbath Observance Rev II J Dorthlok will preach at Sucond Cumuli Sunday morning on Sabbath Observance ThaM M 0 A u tension workers will go to West Union Suuduyitt a p in Rev Win Lodwick will preach The W C T U will hId a mass meeting at 7iK p in Sn tho Chapel next Sunday Thu topic will bo Sunday Observance Several Hjxjak ers and h ccial munii Prof L B Sperry of OUrlin is out of tho Most noted lecturers iu the ojuutry and ho will give R frwi enter tainment iu Colhgo Chapel illimtrnt od by tho wteropticou next Monday night This is provided by the College nod Is Komething that will intercut and benefit very citizen FROM THE WIDE WORLD Rousseau tit French premier in very ill- Eulpuror Joseph of Austria oh served Holy Thursday by wanning tho feet of twelve beggars picked up on the Ntieu- lEgloffsttin Court Marshall of tho Emperor of Germany has been din miwtod in disgrace Tho Emperor no Clines him of distorting his public ut terances Tho Pretoria corresjioudent to tho London Post Nays tIlt Boors will light to a linldh- Bunds of thieves are opporatiug in China Thousands of Chinese are dying of starvation in the province of Siuau Fu II OUR OWN COUNTRY Tho festivities connected with the marriage of Rockefellers daughter to E Parmaeleo Prentice of Chicago showed that lx th Prentice nod Rock efeller are total abstinence people The bodies tof 32 U S soldiers have been whipped from Pekiu China to this country for burial Tho work of investigating alleged census frauds in Maryland has begun It costs 10000000 to build tho Pan American Exposition at IJufTulo N YConcord Neb is to bo conducts the coming year under the direct ad vice of Mrs Nation tho mayor and council having been elected under this pledge A picked patty of British woikmeu from Manchester will comp to this country to study tool making COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY The State Prison Commission at Frankfort have contracted tho labor of 150 convicts to the Tennessee Shoe Co of Memphis at IK cents u tiny Every Democratic olliciiil of Mar shall county wto asked for renomina lion at tho primary was defeated The Internal Revenue ollico of the 8th dfotrict will not bo moved from Danville I Tho pool rooms in Lexington have boon raided Tho ease of Joi McDowell charged with embezzlement of funds front the Estill County Deposit Bank is in llm hands of the jury- Congressman Boroing and Senator Deboo have been iu conference con corning tho nppointneiils to be made under the new judicial law Tim letter carriers of Louisville will be allowed to wear shirt waists this summer Locals and Personals Fresh fish Fridays Blcknell Early E T Fish is in Loiiinville on busi mesa Mrs Almina Ilardiu lilt moved to Snydirs Switch Tho roof of the tabernacle is being prepared for recovering Rev II J Derthick is suffering front nu attack of rill ullllltiHm Dr Robinson is building nn odd tion to his dwelling on Chestnut Ave A number of our townsmen have been summoned before tho grand juryPaint your house afresh this spring and use the paint sold by Bickuoll Early Mrs Wm Hanson of Winchester is visiting Mr cud MrsS G Ilnuson this week Mrs E L Robinson who hits been seriously ill for several weeks is im proving rapidly Mrs Minnie Hughes of Sturgeon lax been visiting her parents Mr pad Mrs SpellcoIC II Gibson of Point Truth Va hex moved to Mrs Sitllin Davis IIOUM on Chehtnut Avt Are you going to dyi this spring If ho try Putnams FudeWi Dyes Bicknell it Early Hob Truett who him been attend hug a denial college in Louisville has returned to Berea Ho well Brewer who ha been InI bad health is at his fathers in Stur goon and is improving- Mr old Mrs J H Wills of Kings ton visited Lewis Johnson nail family on Center Street Friday A W Price of lime Fairbanks Morse Co of Cincinnati paid Iho ollico n short call Friday Jerry Mitchell is able to be out again after a long illness Mrs Mitchell is improving also Purity Flour made by tho oldest mill in tho state is just splendid Tho editor uses it and Hcknell Ear ly sell it Mr and Mrs Sam Mason who have boon on a trip to Florida have return ed and will make their homo In Beren for tho present Rev R R oolor Stanford prenched nt Silver Creek Sunday old at the Berea Baptisit Church Sunday and Monday nights Dr Pigg who has l eon in France tho past year was hero lust ltkI to visit friends Ho has located in Indian Territory Mrs Goo Rathburnof Salt Lake City Utah daughter of Mrs Laura Embreo arrived Monday for a months stay with her lIIolhorII C Coylo was seriously injured in tho eye by a small piece of iron living from a horse shoo upon which ho was working ono day last week Mrs N B Wilionghby has a bran tiful display of millinery in tho brick store Welchs old stand Site will be glad to show her stock to the ladies A lot of river men front Clay county who had boon to Frankfort with rafts got off tile train hero Monday Among them wits R H McDauicl u former student hero Mrs A11 Titus wits called home front Lexington Saturday to tho bed skip of her stepdaughter Miss A ltJlinI Titus who wits suddenly taken iu the classroom Thursday II S Stunt the tailor of Richmond Kywill be at till Central Hotel in our city Apr ISI9 to take orders for mens and ladies suits Ho hits a largo line of spring goodIE L Robinson Llttl UIaIIstirring business non of our town mud Miss Pearl Anderson n popular young lady of Heron were married last Tuesday nt the home of the brides parents Tho CITIZEN extends lust witlhlll Many person from hero have hI1Ii called lo Richmond us witnesses in tho cn o of Mrs Bottle Jones vs thin L N un in n suit for S5000 damages for tho death of hr husband by accident last Jim Tho case way continued until next court Our townsman Rrv11 E SmlrhI has paused through much trouble the past winter Seven of his children hind measles ono of them dying thou his wife was taken seriously ill and att ono time not expected to recover WoI are glad to know that all tho family aro now fairly ou the way to recovery Madison County Tho Case of Goo Mallard indicted for murder is set for hearing Apr 1C The petition asking for tho Incor poration of Valley View has been re fused Ant Harris was fined fifty dollars for cutting Sam Lucas about three mouths ago lIon G 0 Gilbert is suffering with appendicitis at tho St Joseph Infirmary Louisville Ben Stout Local Editor of the Pantngrnph has resigned and goes to Deeutor III Robt E Little lakes ills place Thin will of Dr G T Fairchild was offered for probate last Monday but owing to the absence of witnesses was passed indefinitely Pantograph A recent ISMIO of thin Colored Amor icnn Washington contains an excel lent half tone plate of Prof C W Reynolds the talented Supt of Rich mond High School together with a lengthy mid very complimentary no ice of his work as nn educatorPant- ngraph The unification of Central University 11tlItlr Collogo or the pro position to unify them camo upon the ls oplo of Richmond and Madison county likn a shock and tho citizens are unanimous in their opposition 10I ally nteps looning towards a COUMI mation of this deal or any deal tInt will take froth them Central Uuiversi ty and leave in its stead a preparatory department or something akin to our Cnldwell High School Register College Items Howard Caldwell Stnto Secretary for tho V M C A visited Boron last week The huts born to Prof and Mrs C- It Raymond Thiirhdiiy died Friday morning and was hurled Saturday Prof Jones will preach for the Bo rca Church the next row weeks while Dr Burgess is viiiting his parents In Rhode Island Hiss Noiinu of Cincinnati spout three days iu Borsn last week She is tho one who sent Sauna Claus to Boron College last Christmas Mrs Julia Hunting Miss Robinson and Marsh visited tho Sue Bennett Memorial School and the Baptist College at London last wookI They were cordially received royally Miss Robinson hns found sale for homespunlinenmoney having been earned by women iu their homes at times that might otherwise have been unoccupied iu profitable labor Tho Public Rhetorical by C D andI E classes at tho Chapel Tuesday night was well attended ProIM Jones acted as chairman The following program was well pro Belated OrnticnAn Advance in Dealing with tho Crimuul Classes Claude Schram Declamation j Knit tucky Philosophy A B Jones 1I41C Essay Mountain Superstition Joel Cox Recitation Story of the Revolution Miss Ethel King Piano Solo Lo Secret Miss Margaret Caldwell Original Poem Aaron Bell nod Snub Alison linker Oration Why 1 Admire Brooker T Washington Joseph Lana Vocal So rllIhonlugBrceztMountain School William Coldiron Essay In Yankee Land Miss lichen FieldTho rollowrnRis An extract from a letter in G Frost written ii cur recant guest Mrs Alice O West of Worcester Mass wish know how to make you realize what tho Berea visit was to us The coming taco to taco with n correspondenceis iutar13stiugtonation to actual realization I had so long had a Boroa dressedup ll buildings and of my own fancy that 1 wits delighted to have this opportunity to prove or correct my pictures flat it was nil so much more than 1 hind imagined mow in brick cud wood worn n beauty of hoes and landscape more iu quality of students more in personnel of touchers 0 Save Your Bacon I TUB CITIZEN has a valuable tip for dhogsuetgliborsfwas rather awkwardly trimmed and ulgligootlyDut it that ordinance will begin to work peoplehunt1 in Boron at an early day A word to tho wise is auiliciont SCAFFOLD CANE The Citizen man while iu the neighborhood Scaffold Cuno learn ed from reliable sources some of tho earliest history of this locality also tho origin of the namo by which it is known In 1781 John and David Cook sous of Valentino Cookor Greonbriar county Va now W Va accom panied by John Crooke a laud sur voyor camo to what is now Rockcastlo county Ky to locate lauds op war rants for Valentino Cook David or Ensign Cook was comrado of Daniel Boone They camped at a spring ou the land now owned by John S Gadd Near this spring was a camp or scaffold covered and sided with cane Hero they located a tract of 400 acres do slribing it as cane scaffold because of the novel structure Old settlors say that cano grew luxuriant and abundantly in this region those days and that tho Indians erected these scaffolds to dry ginscnir roots upon Song was plentiful hero then In 1793 Wm Cook brother of John and David and Jacob Stephens came to Rozkcastle county and settled upon the tract of land located for Valen tine Cook This was limo year iu which Kentucky was admitted to tho sister hood of states Some of their do sceudeuta have lived upon this laud from that time to the present Will iam Cook and Jacob Stevens were accompanied by their families and a young man bach to assist them in their work Tho families livedweek about with each other working tho same WilY This was for protection from Indians but they were never troubled In 1704 u sou was born to Wm Cook and wife perhaps the first white child born iu Rockcastlo coun ty Ho was named Lindsay and became the father of Capt R D Cook Sr now living at tho ngo of 75 years ou Scaffold Cane Capt Cook taught school in Carvers Chapeli 1818 near where S E Welch Jr is now locat ed Father Fee stayed with Capt Cook near Conway the first night ho spent in Rockcastlo county This was iu 1S53 Capt Cook served in the Civil War enlisting In tho 4th Ky V L Hojs in very poor health and does not expect to live long but his mind is bright and active and he is awaiting the call of his Master with unclouded faith Jacob Stephens who came to Ken tucky with William Cook in 1793 was the greatgrandfather of J W Stephens tho popular agent of the L C N Railway at Berea and of Mrs J J Brannaman wife of one of Berea substantial citizens From cane scaffold to Scaffold Cane is not sucha tar cry andso we have the history of the locality and the name Domestic Science Classes The sowing and cooking classes under the direction of Miss Grace Stokes assisted by her sister are do- ug excellent work Tho first lesson given is on water and things cooked with water Then on milk eggs mixture of eggs and milk and combinations of these and tho teacher lectures on tho properties of food to be cooked the physical effect of the same and the kind of diet suitable for different seasons of the yearAfter those lessons the pupils are sot to provide meals for a curtain number of persons and aro allowed thirty forty or fifty cents to procure supplies for tho meal Ouo of the number is chosen hostoss she selects and purchases tho materials for ex periment and tho others attend to tho cooking under tho direction of tho hostess Tho meal is then served as in tho home The recipes or rules for cooking nro divided into as many parts as then url pupils in tho class At the closo of the meal tho utensils and ta life service aro cleaned and put in their places Tho sowing classes are taught nfter flit same system us tho cooking class es Common stitching and button hole working at first followed by- rafting patterns and higher class of og Garments are made one size in the primary classes but full size iu the advanced classes Visitors are cordially received and gives the teachers much pleasure to show tho apartments and tho work going done Tho College is justly proud of this department of Domes tic Science SPRING SUITS We are pleased to announce that our new stock is now com plate in every department Make us a visit and well show landAlltailors in the country and each garment is made to conform to pointispricoillyoullfindDont forget onr splendid lines of Shoes Hats Shirts Ties Etc COVINQTON BANKS Richmond Ky MEAT MARKET I have Good Fresh Beef or Pork constantly on hand at popuar prices Blacksmithing done at the same standat lowest rates for good workP REYNOLDS Depot St- Iu801 E B McCOY Dentist Berea Kentucky Center Street Art Gallery C I OGQ PNprietor Uptodato Photos Nothing but tho boat finish at the lew est price WANTED Cpble reliable peran In every county to large company of lolld finan cial reputation fJ36 salary per year payable Iper day absolutely sure and upen lea ttralgut bonaflde definite salary no com mission salary paid each Saturday and money advanced each week STANDARD 331 DEARBORN ST CHICAGO JrtADi COPYRlQ AnrornenAtna ateletinl ere tnnqulctlr mutrwlnInTtntpin u r vbA Ullllrronndel1lhL llmiiU ntoii 1itenU tpttlM nmUJ without cburve Iu the t trlllnitrMM ncetlK Jmot car iui tiiii of Anr MlenllDo innrnal Terms U a i MAIN IEXPEniENCE MARKSI biIIrn1u uuinnuIntents Scientific Refill Wt7tiiBrauch DO YOU SEE CLEAR I T A ROBINSON Jf Jeweler and Optician Jf Male Street Bern Ky yetFREEwill tit yqu with spectacles that wil enable you to see clearly Robinson sells Fine Jewelry and Nice Novelties Robinson sets your time correct Take your crippled clock or watch to him AttentionKentuck Teachers The Fountain Pen isa neces sity for every teacher who rishes to save time The best pen made is the Parker Jolittes Fountain Pen It positively has NO EQUAL You can order it by mail row College Book Store Every pen WABBAMTEO and can either be exchanged or money satisfactoryWrite for Books and Stationary promptly filled aKyJone29ini J C MORGAN SurgeryCLfce I to S PM National Bank Build ng Richmond Ky Hand Forged Razor Steel Blades 1WAKUIJlU 1aD242 cent ltamps YourwUe wantt atpalr of SHEARS We mItor cti lor two I ct We sumps hue Ian 80 pale- lIIoluled Catalogue we will mall you tree It you uk for It Addren MAHKR OBOSU CO Adams 8t Toledo Ohio and mention the CltUen eOICLEANING UP SALE of Winter GoodsUIt GLEANING UP SALE will continue until March 10th O During this Sale all Ladies and Childrens Heavy Shoes andall glens and Boys Heavy Shoes Boots Bootees High Cut Shoes Felt Boots and Rain Coats all Winter Underwear for Men and Boys all Wintor Caps Work Shirts and Glove every thing in Winter Goods i will bo sold at Speoial Cut PricesWo wish to closo out all Winter Goods before receiving Spring Goods Should you want anything to bridge over the storms of March with it will be our pleasure to sbow you our goods and give you prices We will Save You MonevThanking you for past patronage and soliciting your future demands Wx ABB RKSPEOTTOLLT WEST Douglas Bros 7IInch IWESTSTREET iRioliiao ondKv STREET THE NEGOTIATIONS There is Likely to Be No Further Important Hitch Says Li Hung Chang LISTS OF PUNISHMENTS AGREED TO The Court Is Anxious to Return to Peking as Soon as the Foreign Troops Evacuate Some of the Minister Think Thai a Inrue Force of Troop Acting IIH I runt Inn Guard Would lie n Croat MUlnkc Peking April 8Mr llockhill Unit 100jkingwith LI Hung Chnng who satisflVil him that there Is not likely to be nnj further Important hitch in the nego tiations for a settlement Iwtwocr China and the powers China hill agreed to the list of punishmcnti submitted by the ministers of the powers asking onlyone concession namely deprivation of office Instead of banishment in the case of a mIlt who is i6 years of age To this tin ministers have agreed II Hung Cluing says the court is extremely anxious to return to Peking as soon as the foreign troops evae pate the capital Some of the ministers of the pow ers begin to think that so large a force as 2000 troops acting as lega tlon guards in the city proper would be a great mistake Such n body would have to remain in a space of one square mile The troops could not be allowed outside the legation quarter armed and it would probably not be safe for them to go unarmed It is thought bysome of the ministers that If the encampment were made from 12 to 15 miles away with the necessary stores this arrangement would be much preferable as u telegram could bring the troops Into the city immediately Moreover several ministers hire been insulted by troops of other nationalities Mr llockhill and Sir Ern est Mason Satow the British minis ter were returning from dinner in Sedan chairs when the choirs were stopped by German soldiers who proceeded to beat the bearers The ladles of the party were greatly frightenedThe generally fear that the presence in Peking of a consid erable force of troops of various nationalities might be a source of International friction Washington April Jfho admin istration is perplexed over a table dispatch received from Mr Squlers now in charge of the American lega tion in Peking Tills dispatch ac cording to a publication Monday said that the Russian minister refuses to receive official communications from Chinese commissioners which carried the Inference that diplomatic rela tions between the two countries interested would be broken oil The peculiar state of diplomatic relations between the Kussiau foreign office and the Chinese minister at St Petersburg give further evidence that friction has occurred Gen Chaffee has reported to the war department that the allied mill tary commanders despite his strong protest have decided to recommend the absolute destruction of the forts of Tnku TlcnTstn Shan Hal Kwnn Yang Tsui and Tung Chow Gen ClmlTee proposed that they should be merely dismantled but he wets April DThe Daily Malls Yokohama correspondent reports con tinned activity in warlike prepara lions in Japan He says that shipping companies have been ordered to hold their vessels in readiness for transport service and cruisers on the reserve list have been commis stoned for active service LETTER CARRIERS Au Innovation Looking to Their Co infort In Severe Hot Weather to lie Introduced Washington April 6An innovation looking to the comfort of letter carriers throughout the country during the heat of summer probably will be introduced this year by official per mission to them to divest their coats on their rounds when felt to be neces postewill Issue tin order formally granting authority to postmasters for this purpose and modifying the require ments so as to allow the carriers to wear n suitable gray blouse with turndown collar std a black tie To llntirtnln McKlnley Denver Cal April 8A non partt sun committee of 21 citizens Includ ing United States Senators Teller and Patterson ex Senator Wolcott and Congressmen Bell and Slmfrotti will receive and entertain resident McKlnley upon his visit to Denver The president is expected to spend three days in Colorado one at Denver one at Colorado Springs and one on Pikeu Peak Military Value of Wheelmen London April 8Iu the volunteer cyclists manouvers ordered by the British war ofllce the attack on Lon dot Monday morning proved that the military value of wheelmen is largely dependent on the weather The at tucking force outgeneraled the de fenders but lost many men hi the ruin unit owing to the had roads that it was unable to attack in force bt the proper time GEORGE Q CANNON One of the Apostle tit the Mormon Church In Seriously III at Monterey Cab Monterey Cal April 10 Georgo Q Cannon of Salt Lake one of the nM stle of the Mormon church Is seriously III here and his death Is momentarily expected A bulletin Issued says that he is gradually growing weaker Mr Cannon accompanied by his wife anti n physician came here about two weeks ago suffering from a nerv ous affection Ills sickness assumed n serious form about a week ago and members of the family were sum moned from Salt Lake On SlIndll last he showed sonic Imprmement but it IDS only tem porary Tuesday morning his condition became critical again and preparations were made for the end Former United States Senator Vrank J Cannon his son who was summoned from Washington has nr rived and there arc now at the bedside in addition to his wife who is n daughter of Brigham Young und her two children three grown sons of Apostle Cannon and his nephew Sketch of II In Mfe Salt lake Utah April lOOorfre Q ngJnnuarIMI and was ordained nn elder In the Mormon church In ISIS In 1846 he joined the main body of the Mormons from Nnuvoo III on the way to Utah and reached here In 1SI7 In ISO he went to California on missionary work and In went to the Hawaiian Island and remained there for four years In lie established the Western Standard In San Francisco In he was made a member of the quorum of the Twelve Apostle lie was n delegate In congress from to and Is one of the coun selor to the president of the Mormon church He prominently connected enterprisesinFIRED ON THE BOAT Severn Hundred Shot Hxchnntced- lletweeu the Crew and Aeirroe at Ratlin IHnillnf Ark Memphis Tenn AprlllOAt Gains Lauding in Chicot county Ark nt the steamer Delta running from Memphis to Vicksburg was leaving the landing Negroes who had congre gated on the bank opened lire on the crew Capt Nowlnnd of the Delta had anticipated trouble and hail armed his officers crew and passen gers and wasprcpllltll to fight Ser eral hundred shots were tired and the Delta was struck by many bul lets but no one about the boat was Injured The Negroes fared not so well howeter One of their number was M ercly wounded in the side The Negroes were intoxicated and disor derby whet the Delta arrived Gains Landing is about 250 miles from Memphis It line been the scene of other trouble between the whites mud Negroep In 1873 a famous race war was waged In Chicot countyIn which a number of men were killed STANDARDIZING TRIAL Torpedo float llold boronnh lie lleved to llnve Hroken All Anterlcnn Speed Record Washington April 10So far as the standardizing trial goes the torpedo bout Goldsborough is believed to have broken all American records A dispatch received at the navy de partment from Lieut Commander Peters of the naval trial board dated at Seattle Monday says Goldsborough standardizing trials completed today over measured mile average speed 3084 knots Official ThursdayThe are over shorter distances than the regular official speed trials which require the boats to run steadily for two hours BIG OIL DEAL Property of the Texas Western Oil Co Sold for fl23OOOO Till In elude the Beatty Gusher Beaumont Tex April 10The largest sale yet consummated in the Beaumont oil district was made Tues day when 1250000 was paid for the property of the Texas Western Oil Co formerly the Southwestern 011 gettheperdayD Pullen of New York city for capitalists headed by L Henry of Chicago Carpenter Strike Buffalo April 10Three of the tire gangs of carpenters employed at the Ian Anierlcan grounds struck Tues tiny morning They number about 200 The strike is the outcome of the trouble between the mill workers und planing mill owners that has now anted ten days- Fingllals Language III School 10EmprrorWilliamlisp language shall take the place of French in tae high schools of the German empire according to a com munication received at the state de parturient from Consul General Guen titer at Frankfort Emperur William Aiallant Berlin April 10 Dietrich Fieland the assailant of Emperor William at Bremen who is now in an insane asy lum has suffered several severe epi leptic attacks In one of these he al most killed the the cousel retained for his defense Prolonged Strike at an End Marseilles April 10The coal workers decided to resume work Tuesday and with this decision the pro longed strike came finally to an end PICKED UP AT SEA Captain and Crew of a Wrecked Schooner Rescued by the State of Texas WERE DRIFTING HELPLESS OS A RAFT The Erie Lumber Laden Was Driven on the Frying Pan Shoal In a Fierce late All Through the Mght the Seven Men Were UuHeled Aliout hy the Ho ugli Sea Which llroke Over Them Baltimore April l0Tie steamship State of Texas which arrived here Tuesday hud on board Capt Berry and the crew of six men of the wrecked schooner Eric picked up at sea lost Sunday The Erie was wrecked the day be fore on Frying PUll shoals and her crew were drifting almost exhausted on a raft when rescued by Cnpt N S KIdrldge of the State of Texas Capt Berry of the Erie which Ise longs to Jacksonville Phi said the vessel was bound with lumber from Savannah to Yarmouth N S On Saturday April 6 she encountered heavy seas mid dense fogs In a tierce gale slit was driven on Frying Pan shoals At the time the Erie went aground the wind was blowing a ter rifle gale and the weather was so heavy that it was impossible to see more than a few yards ahead The sails were blown to shreds und then the vessel became unmanageable At the Mercy of the Element Ship and crew were at the mercy of the elements Shortly after stank big the Erie begun to go to piece AH wave after wave swept the lum her off her decks it also carried awry the masts and then Capt Berry mid his men lushed themselves to tho after house All through the night the seven men were buffeted about by the rough seas which continuously broke oier them and which were steadily boating their little float to pieces Even when theywere taken off by the State of Texas the hoiife was slowly slaking and the men were tip to their knees in water They had neither provisions nor drinking water and when rescued some of them were so weak they had to Ire assisted aboard Tho men had drifted 16 miles in a northeasterly direction from where the Erie went to pieces FOUND AT LAST I out Sliver serrlceof the Crnlier Cincinnati DUrorered III the Norfolk Navy Yard Washington April 10the load some silver service belonging to the cruiser Cincinnati presented to that ship by the city of Cincinnati which has been lost for the lost two years and which the navy department used every effort to get trace of line been found It was entirely lost sight of for many months and only recently was the first trace of it se cured through an officer who had preen on the Cincinnati when the SpanishAmerican war broke out In the rush of getting ready for the war the Cincinnati made a hurried stop at Norfolk navy yard where simperfluousticles unloaded was the souvenir silver service In the hurry of depart ure no receipt WWI taken for it It was stored away without knowledge of Its value as the officers of the ship were expected to look after such a possession It has been found Intact and steps are taking to restore It to the Cincinnati VICEROYS AND GOVERNORS They Forwarded a Memorial to the Chlneie Throne Suggesting Certain Ueform Shanghai April 10The Yangtse viceroys and governors have forward ed n memorial to the throne sug gesting certain reforms These re fortes suggest among otter things that the royal princess and students of good family should travel and Ktudy in foreign countries that the entire army may be drilled bweill ern methods that colleges and schools be extended and that a stand nrd dollar currency be adopted txorrlde and Suicide Milwaukee WIs April 10 Edward E Moore IIgedr a member of the Iron Brigade lit his wife about ten years his junior Tuesday night at iilr home maid then committed suitlilt The couple had been taut red about two years und lad had frequent quarrels Fruit letters ho left it lt thought he did not intend to kill his wife but hud premeditated killing hinted f Alleged Murderer Killed Ainsworth Neb April 1OIavidC Luse charged with murder turnout and other crimes was shot and In stantly killed Tuesday at Ills ranch some miles from here by Deputy Unit id States Marshal Fred M Mums Luse tried to kill the marshal when placed under arrest Hobson Algned to Special Only Washington April lONuval Con rtructor Ilichmohd P Hobson has been assigned to special duty In the bureau of construction and repairs navy department He will assume hs new duties next Tuesday A WASTED LIFE Pad Story of IUile Tinleyiipeuda Nearly Nine Year In Jail- or Drunkenne Pitiful indeed is the story told of Lizzie Finley of New Haven Conn Once pretty and beloved 10 years ago the took to drink and since she started downward she has passed eight and threequarter years in jail for drunk enneM Think of tl Convicted 111 times of intoxication she will have passed 3200 days in jail for her offenses when time penalty inflicted for her last offense shall have been rounded out There It no denying the fact that this woman whom the police call the star drunkard of the city has been attractive Traces of refinement and beauty still linger in the dissipated face and there U that In her rancorous voice which retaliate one that some time In the pest she might have been listened to with love by husband und little ones- Sixteen years since she began to drink and here she was up again for the 117th time 1he record was enough to mike one ihudder and to awaken the pity of the most hardened for this poor besotted creature In the majority of casts the sen tences had been for from 30 to days but often and often judgment hail been suspended to give her a chance to re form but like Jane CukebreaJ the never reformed and her case seems hopelessOn liberated from jail scarce ly 49 hours would go by before the was drunk again and the record of the po lice department thaw scarcely u month in many years when this woman was LIZZIE F1NLKY THE STAn DRUNK Ano out of jail that did not find her again under arrest Yet Its 16 years now since I began my life of dissipation said Lizzie Flu ley musingly And yet I was not always a bad woman Once I wu happy Once I had friends who were respected a mother who loved me a husband who mad for me a home Once I had children who playedabout my knees the same as many another mother Is rejoicing over today But my my that seems so long agoso long ago And the great teardrops welled up In the eyes of the unfortunate woman showing that somewhere down deep In that abandoned nature of hers there were yet wellsprings of feeling which were stirred as memorys chords were swept by reminiscences of other days- I was raised In old England My parents were working people and my home life was happy My grandfather was a brewer by occupation end drank moderately Bo did my father but I do not think I Inherited my present ap petite from them It II rather a product of artificial growth but of that will tell you later Whena young girl I married an Eng lishman We set up a home und lived happily together He was a cabinet maker by trsde and a clever workman and our home was all that we could de sire I never drank mall those days Byandby baby came to us My heart went out to the little boy with all a mothers love I watched over his infancy with jeatyus care and year by year T saw him grow up into a sturdy lad He It living now somewhere God only knows where It hat been long yean since I have seen him But there came a change In my life My husband was seized with consump tion and died I then decided to come to America I did to about 18 years ago bringing my boy with me I was not bad looking and I had good health and was able to work and In this new world I set about establishing a new home I was then 32 years old Up to that age I had never known what It was to go off on a spree I did not even drink in moderation At my fathers house when a girl the beer mug was common upon our family table but we girls were never allowed to drink I was one of a family of 16 children Hut troubles came to me deep and plenteous I lost my husband From a home of my own I was forced by cir cumstances to go out to service For awhile I maintained my womanly Integrity but fond of sociability I fell in with a crowd of women who led me astray These women knew I usually had money by me and they cultivated my acquaintanceship and I liking their lively and social ways was an easy dupe I spent my money on them and un der their guidance began to drink Not whisky mind you for at first I couldnt stand that A little dp of it would fly to my head and drift no wild began on beer Tell me that beer wont mike a person drunk I want to tellyounttd I know what I am talking about Its one of the worst promoters of drunkenness It brought me where I am today a pail per a vagrant a woman without n home thrust into the street to live or to starve a mother without her chil dren a wife without a husband a wom an without character Early in my career my fines and costs were paid by the people for whom I worked but when became so far gone that people had no use for me I began to realize tho truth of n text I had once heard that the wages of sins deathI today a wreck of what I once was I am beyond all hope of reform I shall get another long sentence in jail tomorrow I shall serve It I shall he released got drunk again and probably again and at last die a drunkard with no one to care for me another poor unfortunate and those who know ue will tlmply say Its only Liz Fin Icy gone to her death Im nearly 50 now but I teelas though I had lived a century hut there I have told you my story The police records covering Lizzie Flnleys criminal career cover long en tries In at least five big volumes ou Ilk- Ft the central office timid from them an Evening World man was permitted to make the following entries In an ordinary clue of drunkenness the costs In the city court are from Ito 7a fair average 1110 Prisoners In working out costs at the county jail are allowed f per day to applyon their Ine so that In each case of drunk against this unfortunate xvoman a line of not lest than S 0 on an average und sometimes more would be Included In her sentence which would add at least six days to each cue or about 300 days In allN Y World WOMEN AND LIQUOR Strong Presentation of the reseat Situation by fn Lake of Calliulla Total Abstinence Society At the National Catholic Total Abitl neat convention Mrs take the sble and eloquent vice president of that oresnlxa tlon called attention to the Increase of the drinking habit among women lIer state meats have bun severely criticised and she Jell called upon to Issue the following declination which II worthy of a careful reading We slve the substance of hrIvaptr Union HlgnalJ Judging front the criticism that I Rare seen concerning the matter the chief offense lies in that statement of Dr Cyrus Edton who clulmed the drink habit was prevalent among so ciety women its tr at11entaI1ll0t all common as that for coughs and colds among the Four Hundred There ls a trite saying that 1Tie only the wounded bird that flutters therefore I take It that that portion of society which seems most Indig cant it most culpable There are society women who are leaders In everything that Is pure lofty re fined Intellectual against whom no such charge could lie But there are others and what was said concern Ing them and the drink habit whisky tens punch bowl receptions afternoon poker games with strong drink refreshments etcis true Every word Is true And as we go down the Icalof the social ladder we find similar customs duplicated In quantity If not In quality- I am asked Are the above conditions prevalent among a majority of women I should say emphatically No Thank UOll nut they arc sufficiently prevalent to be alarming As we are now reaping the harvest of past habits so as the habit In creoles will we In the days to come see more of the evil results unleti the cause Is checked Another course of lifedestroying practice was laid bare when one of the greatest sjwclnlltti on neurotics of the century said If you would stop drunkenness begin at the cradle In your nurseries I would go a step further and say begin before the conception of a new life Though a child may not Inherit the direct appetite for alcohol yet It Is true that a weak characterless moral pervert will be the child of any mother who poisons her body and debases her character by drinking eggnog cocktails brandy or beer whlln she Is forming the character and building up the slate ture of the child God has given her the privilege of bearing Then In almost every walk of life our young women are surrounded by such conditions tint the wonder Is that more of them have not the curse of alcoholic appetite fastened upon them In that part of the social world where handpainted china or cut glnse punch bowl Is ever present at social functions who Is chosen to serve Its wine or brandled contents Why time prettiest brightest most winsome girl the hostess can find Then when the young girl entertains her own friends the practice taught by her elders Is carried out resulting oft times In a maudlin condition of host ess and guests After theuter sup pers with champagne asa beverage have sent many a young woman home In an Intoxicated condition Beer gar densare thronged with people of both sexes Oo to some of these my crit Ics and see our future mothers now in their teens filling and drinking glass after glass of beer In company with those of the opposite sex Then ask yourself first is it any wonder that mens respect and reverence for womankind is lessening dally and secondly how or where will this end And why wonder at womans yield Ing to the subtle Insidious influence of alcohol Has she not brain tis sues nerve centers and flesh fiber as well as her brother And if practice becomes a habit and habit vice with him why not with her She is dif ferent only In so far as her depth of piety and glorious womanhood keeps her where God place her on a highs pedestal tiuw Jeer brother BUM THE SUNDAY SCHOOL lesson In the International Perlee for April 14 19thJesus Ap pear to Mary Prepared by It C Lenlncton THIS LKSBONTKXT John Mll18 Hut Mary stood without at the sepul cher weeping and as she wept she stooped down and looked Into the sepul cher It And seeth two angels In white sitting the one at the head the other at the feet where the body ot Jesus had lain IX And they said unto her Woman why weepest thouT She sallh unto them Ikcause they have taken away my lord and know not where tbey have laid Him 14 And when she had thus said she turned herself back and saw Jesus IandjIrs and knew not that It was Jesus IS Jennie faith unto her Woman why weepnt thou whom soekesl thou She suppotlng 1Im to bs thl gardener sslth unto Him Sir It thou hath borne Him hence ttll me where thou but laid tllmiand I will take Him away 19 Jesus stld unto her Msry 8hl turned herself and salth unto him Itab j bonl which Is to say Muter J sus tilth unto her Touch ros not fur I sm not yet ascended to my Father but to to my brethren and sly unto them I ascend unto my Father and your Fa ther and Io my Uod and your God U Mary Mavdalen came and told limo disciples lust she hail seen the Lord InIthat II had spoken these things unto her GOLDEN TI2XTllebuld I am alive for evermore Her lilN NOT 3 AND COMMENTS This U the first recorded apur nnce of Jesus after lily resurrection It U to be noted that it wee to noun of hut apostles not even that one whom Jesus loved but to Mary Magdalene this great favor Will shown Magdalene Indicates thut the was a resident of Magdala on the Nouthweatrrn coast of the Sea of lattice Mary had bern a demoniac The first we hear of her Is the oc casion upon which Jesus met liar nod cured her of her terrible inMsdy Luke 812 Ever alter the was one of Jesus most devoted followers While Jesus Will preaching lu lalltee she and other women helped on the good work of spreading the Gospel 5 for we are told they ministered unto HIm of their substance The fact thut she had substance out of which to give liberally shows that she was probably In pretty welltodo circumstances thlt In contrast to most of JUlia disciples fhlslory Is an excellent Illustration of the change made In a life by the coming in of Jesus Christ Before evil spirits possessed her now the spirit love and helpfulness was manifest atIEarly Sunday morning Mary start ed for the tomb of Jesus and attired while It was still dark Time first thing shin saw was that the stone wnlch closed the sepulcher hud been pulled away Without stopping to reason or hardly to think she ran hastily back toward the eltandmet Peter and John going to the tomb She told then that the body had been token from the sepulcher Time tiding were little disconcert ing especially III this was the morn Ing upon which a few of the faith fill followers were just about to gather Both ran toward the tomb John reaching timer a little In the advance They found the tomb empty John did not at first enter the tomb he only looked In Ieter topped not to look but entered Then John also went In There they SAW the grave clothes but no body Then they went to their homes ngsln Manlike Peter and John heard the news rushed to confirm It jumped at the conclusion that the hotly had been removed and went away Marys was the womanly way She stood a little apart weeping After the disciples mad gone away her eyes still filled with tears but half doubt lag In her heart that the body which had been so surely laid away was not there she stooped down and looked Into the open tomb Through her tears she beheld a wonderful vision Two angels clad In white were sit ting where only n little before had lain the body of the Lord Their first question hen hidden In It a great comfort for every heart that grieves Why weepest thou Time Louts body was misting but the apparent Is often not the real In Mary sor row lay time greatest blessing of mankind the Lord was risen But Mary did not know this until turning about she taw Jesus Even then the did not know It was Jesus Ills ques tion was the same the angels had asked Why weepest thou Her answer showed her mind was still In the empty tomb Then Jesus spoke her name Mary One of the most touching things in the life of the late Queen Victoria It her re ported saying after the death of the prince consort Now there le no one left who will call me Victoria What love tenderness mud sympathy ram be expressed by only speaking ones name How appropriate too that In this Christian era the given name which so dear on the lips of loved ones la called the Christian name This was the first recorded appearance of Jesus after Ills resurrection A second appearance Is recorded by Matthew 289 10 Jesus ap pears to the other women who were returning to Jerusalem after they had seen time angels and fled from the tomb Wheat and Chair No day can be lived twice Love has n logic of its own A windbreak often hides the sun The life of pain oft makes the heart at pence Your sins may overlap but they cannot cover one smother When evil men slap you on the back look Into your henrtIWe do not wall upon God long enough for Him to tell us what to do The moral elevation of Christ Is manifest in that He for good from tho most lIegadecLo Raw Rom a JOHN BRENT Maj Theodore Winthrops Great StoryHorses Hunting and IAdventures in the West CIIAITKH XXIlContlnued Anil Indeed there wmt material Tins rocliN behind threading away uiul narrowing into the dim gorge of till Alleys the rushing fountains tin with iln lIuucuf utcuni t hi two grew J4iriitn the greensward the thick ts mid above them a furuvuy glimpse of a world all run to top und Mining Itself up Into heaven t tumult of cnig mid pinnacle nuiuli fur the scenery Ami fur pc ttoiingcM thorn wus Armstrong with IH luiid tllrhallllllIull dling tin white machine thet two mules packet and taking their hiNt nibble of verdure Alias Cllthuroe III her round hut ifnd with u green blanket rigged an riding skli l mounted upon the sturdy roan IJrrnt renting on my shoulder au stepping on my knee he clluihi painfully to anti rent on the tall rel lion Fnluno waiting proud at roger And juxl an we were starting Mcme fell from overhead lulu tit wnler und looking up we saw cragivtsuhigliorim weru curt to comrihvnd ou dialect gave till party their stirrupcup from ihii Champagne Spring 1hWit wuitIhmWe Hi ruck a tnitl through the et Ooodbye to the Itiggcrnc Springs ami tuggcrncl Alley to that scene of tragedy und tragedy cacupcd V CHAITKK xxni ACKOSS TIIK UOCKIKi TO FT LA KAMI Ishall nmkr short work of our journey to laramle waysknimnaura He could guide but mi more gallop In front end beckon ou the vavulcade It was n grind Jutintry A wild one nil rough for a lady nut this lady war made of other stuff that the iiilNlrosiN of lujidogs- We tiroshcd tho backltone of the eon tinent climbing up the clefts bet vect the rugged vertebrae stud over the tug of that meandering spine lleidird with great grassy mounds thru plunging down again among the rifts und gleim- A brilliant quartette ours would Lava born but for my friends wound Four cople all with frewh souls and large and ccullar experience Except for my friends wound My Mend closer than a brother Jiow I felt fur him every 11111of that rcrn Journey Ho never complnlnrd Un 1OlllO he ald to me llodlly ngony something to teach I find lilt will as mental serer one wonl of iiifferlng rrpt that He wore slowly n e- no Kvery day he grew a little weaker in hotly but every day the strong splrl- lifted the body to lla work lie lout live to be our guide that he felt He limit be cheerful guy even let the lady he had aced should too bittern feel that her safety war dally Inld for by his increasing agony Erer t day that Ichor something like blood of love Imptized him with new life lie breathed love and war strong Rut It war love confined to fir own consciousness Wounded and dying III rhll Ill uulcmt hie life could Inn time by a day or an hour he would not throw anyrhara of his iiifferlng oil another on her by calling for the ymKithy which a woman given to her lover Did rhe love Mm Aht that In the nnclrnt riddle Only tile fiphlux tier self can uimwcr Those fair Lace s of women with their tender smile their quick blushes their starting teary Htlll vwar u maik until tho mo inent come for unmasking If sh did out love aimtltla man of all men Must lovable thin feminine soul In the body of a hero this ninn vhi hind spilled Ida blood for her whoNn whole history had trained him for those crowning liouni of II chlvulrlo life When the lover led our Gnllop of Three If she did not love hint he must be thought Home bloodless creuturu of n type other thou human on angel aid no woman n creature not yet truly embodied In to the body of love we wcmrd to be until She wan sweetly tender to him but that tint wound received for her nke merited that was liardly more than the gracious thankfulness nlic luvlKhcd upon ilK nil What an ex quisite womnnl How calmly she took her place lofty nnd serene above nil the cloudy atmosphere of such n bewildering life an hern bud been How large and deep and mature the chari ty she had thrown even no young from the strange contrasts of her life tory slow her keen observation of a woman of gedilus lint grasped stored nwny the diamond or the dust of diamond In every drift across her II falShe grew more beautiful dally Those weary days when mile after dreary mile tin listless march of the Mormon caravan bore her farther and farther a way Into hopelcMt exile were Iconn fnreyrr tfhe breathed ruddy hopo now Wore pie bind HUerej hope front every brputh and only taken the thin diet of pale ndiraifev All future pnaNlblhityof trial uter her great fticapis seemed nothing Bhe wall confident of llrpntV limtont recovery vlth rlllOlI and a mirgiHin Lon uklllful than she at Fort JA Y c ramie She was sure that now her fnthera wandering llfu was over and that he would let her find him u home and win him u living In some quiet region of America where all hits sickly fancies would pass away and him old age would glide serenely And then think of itmbe hind a gciiiUH for cookery him known this MI mo power In other line poetic awl artistic beings She hind u grim IIIH for imaginative cookery n rich Inheritance from her fathers days of poverty and ooulmtnlng She Insist Ill upon her share of uampdnty awl betu pnh ItYntrli of pork feat ly dlllJlIed over 11hcull to bantu that succulent re layrNlotvly ttcclimulntjiiii force for the next dnyii Journey std watched her with wonderment und delight that hlie could uondeHuend to bj a house hold goddess lust aint her Ikwlll to bo scared up would Armstrong nuy on these 1odslall the Uinpqna wish had her IIlIdJupn1rllllltrolll btcame more flint more the paternal element In our jwirty UtIIlllInrKllen here u wanderctl across time Rocky MoiintaliiH And she returned more thou ho guar In the sweet ell- I Illing despotism of a lady That rcgrizzly turban presently ilinappeared fiMiu his heath Decorous bandages replaced it With that token went from him tire Mcrnncss He was a frank honest kindly fellow shrewd and untllnclilng but our who would nevnr have lifted his haul agaiiiKt a human tclng except for that great solemn duty of an exterminating vengeance That done he was his genial self nguln We never tired of hula tales of plains and Oregon life told III his own vivid dialect He wax the patriarchal pioneer u tuna with time personal freedom of a nomad and the unschooled wisdom of n founder of states III the wilderness A mighty hunter too wan Armstrong Ko day petrel that we did not bag an ante 11111 n ricer or a bighorn The creatures were BO hospitable that it hardly seemed proper gratitude tot kill thrum even that great brown she bear who one night d her limit Into the shop and muttering some thing which In the thrum lingo may hose IMCII What no soap smole Armstrong with n jww which years of tucking hnd not made tender Kxoept for llrcnts wound we four might time hind n joyous Journey full of the true savor of brave travel Rut that ghastly murderous hurt of his nrcdrd most skillful surgery and needed most of all repose with a ml ml at pence Ha did not mend but nil the while The breath Of her tarsi tendance hovering over him IrINqWith deeper and with ever deeper LIonRut he did nut mend He wasted dally Ills sleeps brcnmc deathly owlYtip like n brave IAUtI at tail one noon we drew out Black Hills and tnw before us across the spurs of Laramle Trek the broad plain of Fort Laranilc- llrent revived We rode steadily lust before sunset we pulled up nt our goal CHAITKU xxiv- Dltllfl01AfA fur the last hour I had ridden enema to Urrnt I saw that it was almost up with him lie swayed III his made tile ilia rye wax glazed und dull lint he kept hll look fixed on the lit tie group of Laramlo Barracks und let his horse carry Mm lifted up my heart In prayer that this noble life might not be quenched writuenlarged und sanctified by truest love At last we tftruok open country Hill Armstrongs sorrel took Ii urnd Hug lope wo rods through a camp of Sioux tepees like so tawny great white foolscap we turned the Hugh of u grtnit wilts wooden building and halted I sprang from Fulano linen quietly drooped down Into inyaxui JuHt III time said n Ihrrrfiil manly voles nt my ear untie H said I ta It Oiptalu Ruby Yen Wnll take him into my bed Dr Inthle heros n patient for you We rattled Hrcnt In AH we cross rd the vernndn Raw Miss ClltheroeV meeting with her father Ho received her almost peevishly We lull the wounded maw In Ku byh hospital bed Evidently a tine fellow flub nnd what wax to the point fond of John llrent Dr Inthte shook tins head So surgeons tire wont to do when they study sick amen It n tacit silent recognition of the dark nega tie upon which they are to turn the glimmer of their positive a recog nltlon of the mystery of being They are to experiment upon life tool their chief fautti are certnln ragiilidi thro IICH why tents men die Illp surgeon shook his rnih H was p t ovemet pfsympathy for thp ini nit a man Thei he proeecflccl tq l roKder him n machine which It WillS a surgeons bislprsH to repair lltl bv hind f stpofl by anxiously while the Ilk ilicl craftsman fnsppcted WPH this Insensible but still breathing creature only pouting away the last puffs of hit motive power or wu It cupablu mcchanlMn stIIIV Critical ease said Ur 1athle at last He hnil great umbnigpous eyebrows uiul u gentle peremptory man ner as of one who hind done much merciful cruelty In his day Ugly uvwidcvcr saw H worse furrow Conical bull Ho must have been al most nt time muzzle of the pistol Ho ought not to have stirred for a month How he lint borne such a Journey with that arm I can not con ceive Strong character eh Pas sionate young fellow Life means something to him Well Xu turn nominates such men to get Into scrapes for other people she gets them wounded and drama them of their blood Lying on their bucks Is good for them and so Is feeling wenlct They take In snore emotion thus they can assimilate while they mire wideuwuke They would go frcn zsel with overcrowded brain If they wllru not shut up into themselves Mimctluirx by sickness or sorrow Theres not much to do for him A very unit hand lint been at his bandages Xow If he Is u maw with a Ills tined nnd controlling purjKjse In hil- iIlfuIf he has word to say or deeds or dutlcH to do nail knows Ithe- will hold by his life if not not Keep him quiet And do not let him see or hear or feel the presence of that beautiful young woman She not lilt sister und he will have too much trouble herself to be a quil nurse for him here I left him with his patient und went out to care for our horses Huh model host hind saved me all trouble have given Miss Clltherou my sole guestchamber he said She has nI Indysmnld in the brawny person of an Irish rorporalcss What u trnu xccndcnt being site Is I dont won tier llrent loves her nK I divined he suit from what lake ShlllllhcrllllllIshrewd fellow lake consigned the father to me I must have a talk with the old gentleman O there he Is with Arm strong Armstrong Was handing him the moneybelt Ills eyed gleamed as he clutched it Walk lilT with me a step said Ruby before you speak to him We strolled off through the Sioux encampment The warriors toll fel lows with litho forms togated In white blankets were smoking in a circle Only the great chiefs were In toggery of old uniforms blossoming Into brass buttons wherever u button could bourgeon And only the great chiefs resembled frowzy scarecrows IMie women melancholy as the ibiihcd women of barbarians always mire were slouching about nt slave work All greeted Ruby as a friend with sonorous grunts Society even of Sioux dwelling un der buffalo hide foolscaps was hue iiano after our Journey The bar arks of Laramle lonely outpost on a bleak plain were fairly beautiful In their homelike homeliness Man without n roof Is mere chaos Trouble lu store fear said Cape lain Ruby for Mr Clithcroe and all who care for him lie ought to be at peace at last He is riot Dr Iathio says ho is Buse of Drnpctonmnln I have heard that outlandish word used to express the tendency ills eased of course that negroes have to run away from their masters Mr Clltheroe Is wild to get away from lilt proxr master namely him nelf A desperate malady At his age almost fatal So Jut hie says When n man of Mr ClltheroeH age III not at peace within he goes into war with his clr Ill III He sum not conquer then so he runs nwny He has ill mays before him n shadow of n dream of what he might have been aid that ghost drives him anti chases him un III it wears him out Yes but it Is not only the forlorn and disappointed that this pitlabh disease attacks Very rich and pros porous suffer become drupctomini tics sell houses and build new change neighborhoods travel furiously ue er able to escape from that Inevltubh companion of a reproaching self Mr ClIIJiMoe Is chafing to b gone I start n train for thr State minorrowthe Inst chance to trnvr1 with escort this seusonam ttnin topographical party going baokII inns been for the last few days In passion of Impatience utmost scold ing me and your party his daiightei and circumstances lest you shouli nut arrive In time for him to go- To go where What does he In tendHe Is full of great schemes I d nut know of course anything of bin except what have picked up fron hU communicativeness but yet would Hiippotie him a duke from hi talk He speaks of his old mall II- IhOllSI1 should know it by ugh nowturd says he intends to rcpur chase It and be n great moan ngali lIe is constantly Inviting me to sluir hula new splendors Keally his pit lures of life in Knglnnd will quit spoil me for another winter of cot Ing m heels in this dismal place wit n scalp on my head und n hundrei Sioux looking nt It hungrily Ito must be deranged by hl troubles nm sure he has no hash for nuy hopes In Knglund SIzzun stripped him He has alienated hit frlonilH nt hllllleHls daughter U hula only friend nid gtiqrdiaiu except ourselves He sprang ip when he saw you cpmlng anti WIII frantic with Joy not fpr ltip daughters safety but be ciiifu he could start with the train tomorrow suppose she is a tested traveler by this time TQ bt continued RELIGIOUS REVIVALS Dr Talmage in a Timely Discourse Declares His Belief in Them Srrmoii Ailnplrd from the Klory o Minion mill the ll lnr firralril Ulmlliclr to IlitUuln 11111 Unconverted Mliilnlr Copyright JM1 by Louis Klopsch N Y This discourse of Ur Tulinage Is most pertinent at this time when n widespread effort for religious uwak cuing Is being made text Luke verse 0 They inclosed n great multitude of fishes und their net brake Simon und his comrades hud experl enced the night before whatflabertne cull poor luck Christ steps on board the fishing smack and tells the sailors to pull away trout the bench nnd dl recta them again to sink the net Sure enough very soon the pet is fullof flukes und the sailors begin to haul in So large u school of fishes was taken that the hardy mew began to look red In the face us they pull and hurdly have they begun to rejoice ut their sue cess when sung goes u threul of the net anti soup goes another thread so there is danger not only of losing the Ush but of losing the net Without much cure as to how much the bout tilts or how much water Is splashed on deck the fishermen rush about gathering up the broken meshes of the net Out yonder there Is u ship dancing on the wave and they hall it Ship ahoy Hear down this way The ship comes und both boats both fishing smacks ure filled with the floundering treasures Ah says sonic one how much better it would have been If they hull staid on shore nnd tidied with n hook and line nnd taken one nt a time In stead of having this great excitement and the bunt almost upset and the net broken nnd having to call for help ant getting sopping wet with the sea The church Is the Boat the Gospel Is the net society is the sea and a great revival is n whole school brought in at one sweep of the net I have nd miration for that man who goes out with n hook and line to fish I admit the way he unwinds the reel and nd justs the bait and drops the hook In a quiet place on a still afternoon and here catches one and there one but I like also a big boat nnd a large crew and a net n mile long and swift oars and stout sails and a still breeze and a great multitude of souls brought so great a multitude that you have got to get help to draw it ashore Htrnlnlng the net to the utmost until it breaks here and there letting a few escape but bringing the great multitude into eternal safety In other words I believe In revivals The great work of saving men began with 3000 people joining the church In one day and it will close with 40 or hundred million people saved In 24 hours when nations shall be born In a duty Hut there are objections to re vivnls Icople are opposed to them because the net might get broken if by the pressure of souls it does no get broken then they take their own penknives nnd slit the net They closed a great multitude of fishes an the net brake It Is sometimes opposed to revivals of religion that those who come Into the church nt such tines do trot holdout As long us there Is a gale of bless lag they have their sails up Hut as noon as strong winds stop blowing then they drop into a dead calm lint what are the facts In the case In all our churches the vast majority of the useful people lire those who are brought In under great awakenings promInentchurches In prayer meetings In Sab bath schools For time most part they are the product of great awakenings I have noticed that those who are brought Into the Kingdom of God through revivals have more per sistence and more determination in the Christian life than those who come in under a low state of religion Pen ple born iu an icehouse stay live but they will never get over the cold they caught In the icehouse A cannon ball depends upon the impulse with which It starts for how far It shall go anti how swiftly and the greater the re viva force with which u soul Is started the more farreaching nnd far reeound tag will be the execution lint It Is sometimes objected to re rivals timid there Is so much excitement religIonreligion there Is either a suppressed n demonstrated excitement Indeed Ifn man cnn go out of a state of con demnation Into a state of acceptance with God or see others go without any agitation of soul he is In an unhealthy morbid state and is us repulsive and absurd ns a man who should boast he saw n child snatched out from under a horses hoofs nnd felt no agitation or saw a man rescued from tho fourth story of a house on fire and felt no ace celeration of the pulses Salvation from sin and death and hell into life and pence und Heaven for ever is such a tremendous thing that If a man tells me he can look on it without any agitation I doubt his Christianity The tact Is that some times excitement is the most Impor tant possible thing Iu case of resus citation from drowning or freezing the one Idea is to excite animation lie fore conversion we are dead It the business of the church to revive Arouse awaken resuscitate startle Into life Excitement is bad or good according to what it makes us do It t make us do that which Is bad U It bad excitement but if It make us agi tated about our eternal welfare it mako us pray if It make us attend upon Christian service I it moke us cry unto God for mercy then It is s 1004 esctruueut It Is sometimes said that during re vivals of religion great multitudes of children and young people are brought Into the church and they do not know what they are about It has been my observation that the earlier people come Into the kingdom of God the more useful they are Robert Hall the prince of preachers was converted a t 12 yenta of ogre It Is likely he knew what he was about Matthew Henry the commentator who did more than any man of his century for increasing the interest In the study of the Scrip- tutee was converted at 11 years of nge Isabella Graham Immortal In the Christian church was converted at ten years of age Dr Watts whose hymns will be sung all down the ages wns converted at nine years of age Jona mlghtteact intellect that the American pulpit ever produced was converted at seven annd mother take an awful responsibility when they tell their child at seven years of age You are too young to be a Christian or You are too young to connect yourself with the church That is a mistake as long as eternity If during a revival two persons present themselves as candidates forth church and the one is ten years of age and the other fa 40 years of age 1 will have more confidence In the profession of religion of the one ten yearn of age than the one 40 years of age Why I The one who professes at 40 years of age has 40 years of impulse In the wrong direction to correct and the wrollgdirectionare 40 Four times the religious pros poet for the lad that comes Into the kingdom of God and into the church at ten yenta of age than the man at 40 I am very apt to look upon revival as connected with certain men who fostered them People who In th day do not like revivals nevertheless have not words to express their adml tattoo for the revivalists of the peat for they were revivalists Jonathan Edwards John Wesley George Whit field Fletcher Grlflln Davies Os borne Knapp Nettleton Moody and many others whose names come t my mind The strength of their In tellect and the holiness of their lives make me think they would not have had anything to do with that which was ephemeral Oh It Is easy to talk against revivals- A man said to Mr Dawson like your sermons very much bu the after meetings I despise When the prayer meeting begins I always go up Into the gallery and look down and I am disgusted VeUlIald Mr Dawson the reason is you g on the top of your neighbors house and look down his chimney to exam ine his fire and of course you only smoke in your eyes Why don you come in the door and sit down and warm Oh I am afraid to say anything against revivals of religion or against anything that looks like them be againstiHolyOhostin this world nor the world to come apestagainst you If you are an archi buildingdyou If a revival be the work of th Holy Ghost and I speak against the revival do I not speak against the Holy Ghost And whoso speaketh against the Holy Ghost says th Dlblcihe shall never be forgiven neither In this world nor In the world peoplehaverectionNow I come to the real genuine cause of objection to revivals That is the coldness of the objector It Is the secret and hidden but unmistak able cause in every case a low state of religion id the heart Wide awake consecrated useful Christians arc never afraid of revivals It Is the spiritually dead who are afraid of having their sepulcher molested Tho chief agents of the devil during a great awakening are always uncon verted professors of religion As soon begintoof water aud try to put out this theytrythey succeed As well when Chicago was on fire might some one have gone out with a garden water pot difficultyis pointtbations soul with a pall of cold water there are 500 other anxious souls on fire Oh how much better it would be to lay hold of the chariot of Christs Gospel and help pull It on rather than to fling ourselves In front of the wheels trying to block their progress We will not stop the chariot but we ourselves will be ground to powder Rut I think after all the greatest throughoutChristendom try We must believe that the vast majority of those who officiate at sacred altars are regenerated but I suppose there may float into the ministry of all the denominations of Christians men whose hearts have never been changed by grace They are all antagonistic to revivals nowIdid they get into the ministry Per baps some of them chose it as a re spectable profession Perhaps some of them were sincere but were mistaken As Thomas Chalmers said he had been many years preaching theIGospel before his heart had been changed and as many ministers of preachingorders years and years before their hearts were regenerated Gracious God what a solemn thought for thaiIof us who minister at the altarl With the tntwrni Miaiftii = tsv 1Mt present temperature of piety this land will never be enveloped with revivals While the pews on one side the altar cry for mercy the pulpits on the other aIde of the altar must cry for mercy Ministers quarreling Ministers trying to pull such other down Ministers struggling for eccle siastical place Ministers lethargia with whole congregations dying on their hands What a spectacle During our civil war the president of the United States made proclamn lion for 75000 troops Some of you remember the big stir But the King of the universe today asks for 1200000000 more troops than nre en listed and we want it done softly imperceptibly no excitement one by one You are a dry goods merchant on a large scale and I am a merchant on a smell scale and I come to you and want to buy 1000 yards oi cloth Do you soy Thank you Ill toll you 1000 yards of cloth but Ill sell you 20 yards today and 20 tomorrow and 20 the next day and if it takes me six months Ill sell you the whole thousand yards You will want as long as that to examine the goods and Ill want as long as that to exam ine the credit and besides that 1000 yards of cloth is too much to sell nil at once No you do not say that You take me into the counting r0om and In ten minutes the whole transac tion is consummated The fact is we cannot afford to be fools in anything but religion That very merchant who on Satur day afternoon sold me the thousand yards of cloth at one stroke the next Sabbath in church will stroke his beard and wonder whether it would not be better for a thousand souls to come straggling along for ten years instead of bolting in at one service It seems to me as if God is prepares ing the world for some quick and universal movement A celebrated electrician gave me a telegraph chart of the world On that chart the wires crosslngtbe continents and the cables under the sea looked like veins red with blood On that chart I see that the headquarters of the lightnings are UnitedoStates In London and New York the lightnings are stabled waiting to be harnessed for some quick dis patch That shows you that the tel egraph Is in the possession of Chris tianityIt a significant fact that the man antand that the man who put the tele graph under the sea was an oldfash honed Christian Cyrus W Field and faomous this country was an oldfashioned Christian William Orton going from earthtdoes all that mean I do not suppose that the telegraph was invented merely to let us know whether flour Is up or down or which horse won the race at the Derby or which marksman beat at the latest contest I suppose the telegraph was Invented and built to call the world to God In some of the attributes of the Lord we seem to share on a small scale For Instance in Ills love and His kindness But until of late fore knowledge omniscience omnipres beentrace gives us a species of foreknowledge in the weather us telegraphyegives us a species of omnipresence in the telephone gives us a species of omnipotence in the steam power Dis coveries and inventions all around about us people are asking what next- I will tell you what next Next a stupendous religious movement Next the end of war Next the crash of despotism Next the worlds expurgation Next the Christllke dominion Next the judgment What becomes of the world after that I care not It will have suffered and achieved enough for one world Lay it up in the drydocks of eternity like an old man of war gone out of service or fit It up like a Constellation to carry bread of relief to some other suffering planet or let It be demolished Fare well dear old world that began with paradise and ended with judgment conflagrationLast I stood on the Isle of Wight and I had pointed out to me the place where the Eurydlce tank with 200 or 300 young men who were In training for the British navy You remember when that training ship went down there was a thrill of horror all over the world Since then there was another training ship missing The Atalanta gone down with all on board By order of her majestys government vessels went cruising up and down the Atlantic trying to find that lost training ship In which there were so many young men preparing for the British navy Alas for the lost Atalanta Oh my friends this world is only a training ship On It we aro training for Heaven Tho old ship sails up and down the ocean of im mensity now through the dark waves of midnight now through the golden crested wave of the morn but sails on and sails on After awhile her work will be done and the inhabitants of Heaven will look out and find a world missing The cry will be Where is that earth where Christ died and the human race was emancipated Send out fleets of angels to find the missing craft Let them sail up and down cruise up and down the ocean of eternity and they will catch notone glimpse of her mountain masta or her topgallants of floating cloud Gone down The training ship of a world perished in the last tornado Oh let it not be that she goes down with all on board but rather may it bo said of her passengers as it was said of the drenched passengers of the Al exandrian corn ship that crashed into the breakers of Melita They all Cot s4MIe tQ Lndj Cdr I tiJ l1Qrvt A Visit to the Free Kindergarten Tho readers of tho CITIZEN will Kimlergartoiillately efforts and under tho supervision of Miss Ida L Brooks of Piqiin 0 Miss Brooks has always been very fond of children and during hor residence hero tho past five years she has grown especially interested in the wee folks of DTCii and vicinity The death of her little sister foul year ago fixed tho purpose in her heart to brighten tho lives of other littlo ones Under many difilcutics and after some delay she has at last been able to start kindergarten in a small was Ono morning recently tho writer visited tho kindergarten while in progress end found there Mrs J Hammond Tico etablished as teacher over twenty fcur little folks from four to six years of ago It would mako this article longer than desirable to toll all the children did that one morning But if you should drop in and sio for yourself what they aro doing you could not spend a more delightful hour They always have a bright good morning song and a prayer sung afterwards with hands clasped to teach rover once Next perhaps is u story which teaches cleanliness kindness obedi once etc tho lesson being drawn out by the children themselves Thou there aro songs nnd games and iimehing which the children always enjoy In their games there are ninny opportunities to teach lessons of fairness and generosity They have balls and blocks to play with which they callsphere cubes and cylinders as the case may be thus learning the tames of forms which would otherwise bo difficult for them With objects thoy learn to count add subtract etc and in many pleasing ways gather helpful lessons for heart mud life while getting facts as a foun dation for future schoolwork They aro so happy and busy it is a delight to see them Ouo tiny girlsays she likes to come to the Kindergarten College which name i is her invention One boy gets the bright worsted with which ho is sew ing tangled and gravely observes Im dettin in trouble but getting it straightenedout later announces Im dettiu on pretty well now Tho text for this first term is Awake thou that sleopest The work of tho rain and sunshine in waking to growth tun sleeping plants in springtime is illustrated im many ways for thorn They like to play thay are sunbeams and skip around to awaken the others who have closed r their eyes Who knows what will he- tho fruitage of the seed sown in these tender budding years Boroa is for tunate iu having a free Kindergarten the only misfortune being the lack of means and room to accommodate the many who might be gathered in It is hoped another year will find these needs supplied Miss Brooks is especially fortunate in securing the services of Mrs Tico as teacher for besides her natural qualifications to deal withchildren she has had some years of Kinder garten training an well as consider able experience in the management of Kindergartens ELLEN CLICK Tho Cincinnati Womans Club wants the legislature to make cook iUga compulsory brunch to teaching and study in the Intermediate schools of Ohio The Ooebel monument fundnow amounts to 11000 Do Good and Make Money BY Introducing I d EntertainingBooks j FOR TERMS AND FULL PARTICULARS ADDRESS Nichols and Publisher IINaperville Ill Correspondence Remombor what n good price Is paid for homespun linen at Berei College and when you put in your crops p allt sonic flu- xBourbon County MlllersburK Littlo Coral Bow en who has been quite sick was able to tako part in the Easter exercises onSundayMiss Green is very illaUl her sister Khetu in with her Mr and Mrs Chas Derrickson an all smiles over their firstborn It is a fine boy Mrs W H Bowen will entertain tho Missionary Board Tuesday night Bishop Cano will preach at the Methodist church Monday night Owsley County Gnbbtml Some ol our young met have gone down the river with logs Suowden Reynolds and mother were hero from Cow Creek last Sun dayR W Minter and family aro visiting relatives at Booueville W B Gabbard has been appointed postmaster at this place Oeo W Gabbard having resigned The report of the killing of A J Edwards is not true Ho is alive anil well at his homo in Manchester Madison County 1eytoutowuMr Harvey Miller visited friends nnd relatives hero last week Geo W Wrigbt Deo White and Robert Chenault left for Indiana Tuesday morning- JacksonJ3urnam was down to visit his friends Sunday Win Blytho has returned from serving out his sentence for trespass Mrs Florence White gave an Easter egg hunt at her home Tbe little folks enjoyed the search andwent home delighted with tho entertain mentTho Easter services held at Sun day school were a decided success and were muchenjoyed Mrs Catherine Shearer entertained a number of her friends at an Easter socialJackson County Klrbykiiob Mrs Lucinda RORO has been very low with measles but is some better now The Fifth Sunday meetings hold at this place were not so well attended as was expected probably owing to inclement weather Rev J G Parsons nnd Rev Taylor were the onlyministers present Viola Click and Robert Dougherty came home from Berea to attend the meetings but Mr Daughterly became so ill that he has not returned up to this date- S B Combs of Tyner visited friends here last week Mrs Larkin Kirby has been very low with fever but is improving The fourmonthsoFd baby of Mr and Mrs Wm I Powell is very sick Allen Powell candidate for the office of County Supb of Schools passed through hero Wednesday Tynnr Farmers are now beginning to sow oats plant garden seeds and do other work necessary for 81 goodcorn crop this season James McDowell bad a logrolling last Saturday and was greatly bene fited by the help received Tho candidates are now having a lot time in this old town1 but after the 13th some of them will feel like they were beaten School at this place is doing good work and all who are attending feel that thoy arc getting what they will need in the examination Tho enrollment is now about 21 nnd others comingThe whooping cough is raging in this vicinity but Providence has been with tho little ones and they mire rap idly recovering James Dinhem who hUll LI en le fpr some time died lost week of con Ohio College of Dental Surgery Department of DentistryUniversity of Cincinnati Central Ave and Court St Cincinnati O This College was organized in 1J5 and tho GGth Annual Session begins about October 8lh 1901 Three sessions of seven months ouch are required for graduation This is tho first Dental College established in the West It is cooducationul 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 nnd Fall Courses in Clinical instruction aro also given Fees are SlOO each Session For in formation and Announcement address H A Smith D D Se Dean 110 Garfield Place Cincinnati Ohio t s I yi sumption lIe leaves a youngwife and parents to mourn his loath Daniel Moore son of G W Moore is still very sick lIe has been ill for 801110 time with tits and other symp toms which are very bud S H Co ubs lute just returned from a visit to Kirby Knob mind Owsley Fork Ho always reports a good timo Mrs Edwnrd Anderson and Mrs Tarlton Combs have just finished number of bed spreads and have thorn ready for market During the past two years Mrs Anderson has sold about T 00 worth to Miss Robin son A Letter Richmond Ky March 18 1001 DEAR CITIZEN Though I have wandered away from your abodo I have not forgotten you and this morning 1 have concluded to mail you a short letter which you aro at liberty to show to your friendsWo living near the center of this town and are making the best of life wo can Our neighbors are kind and affable and we are becoming somewhat adapted to tho place and like it quite well Tho people of Richmond as many of your readers know are generally of the highest typo citizenship and but for the presence of tho saloon the most fastidious visitor could find but few objections to tile town Legal business is somewhat dull bore nnd from all appearance bids fair to remain so but with time aid of real estate business pension work nnd other timings I have succeeded in finding employment for tho most of my time And by tho way I wouldsay to your readers if any of them want a farm or town property in this region of country I would like to have them call on me We are very sad to hear of thedealh of Dr Fairchild He was truly a goodman nnd Boron will miss him It seems that tho town is very unfor tunate in tuo loss of Mr Fee and Dr Fairchild Their places will bo hard to supply in the church andschool But the good anti the great must dio ns other men Man dieth aunt wnst eth away yea man giveth up the ghost and where is het Hoping for the prosperity of Borra and all its enterprises and with kind regards to nil our old friends and neighbors I will close this latter by asking pardon for the personality of its substance and promising n better ono in tho future Succefs to the CITIZEN It is a welcome visitor to us Very respectfully A P Sears Agumaldo has taken the oath of allegiance to the United States REPORTERSCORRESPONDENTS or WRITERS Wanted everywhere Stories news ideas poems illustrated articles advance news drawings photographs unique articles etc etc purchased publicationparticulars and full information before sending articles The Bulletin Press Association In York Guaranteed Salary 900 Yearly Men anil women of eoo1 adtlrtM to represent u tame to travel appointing Hceul other for local work our Intercut Hilary guaranteed yearly extra Iahedexpen c rapid advancement old bouw Urand chance for earnest man or woman to mure pleasant permanent pmltlon and liber al Income New brilliant linen Write at once HTAPPORI ritKSS 31 Church St New haven Conn 926 Three is now a broodaud steady market for homespun linen cloth at Beren If you want to make money during your idle hours at the fireside put in n good crop of flax this spring lilt IJIItler f I ag THE HOME Edited by Miss URACE J STOKIB Initrurtnr In Domestic Bclenrc Berca College Buttons lliitlon button who has cot the button OM Ploy Button tbo main stay of the re public So it is in a certain sense and thus worthy of our attention in our search for clear light upon all rustlers connected with our domestic economy It is really surprising how much of good and careful thought can and should bo bestowed by tho good himo keeper upon buttons Any thought or care that increases our comfort or lessens our annoyances is always quito worth while and so I ask you to go over with mo tho re suits of my experiences with that which may seem to you trivial In any largo family the kind of buttons that are most persistantly a trial to us are shoe buttons They are never out of sight and be wo strong ly or weakly moral wo are soonest annoyed by the wrong things that are in sight Shoe buttons should bo on wo all agree but how to keep them on and what to put them on with is not equally clear Strong linen and cotton thread or stout cord all have their commendable qualities I wonder if ninny mothers know how good a practice it is to have tho boys of tho family put on anti take ofT when tho shoes are worn out all tho shoo buttons for the entire faint ly I Certain things tho girls and mothers must of necessity do for tho boys and there ia a law of reciprocity that should not ho disregarded Ono final word about shoo buttons and 1rtln through Have them put on securely as sown us tho new shoes como from time store and thus fall in with tho wise hint in tho old proverb An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure- Buttons for underwear nro of vari ous kinds When a large or medium sized button is needed nothing is no serviceable as a four holod boric but ton My box is marked thus Extra fine American stud back bone but tons and the high sounding title is none too Haltering 1 would always advise getting tho fourholed although the first cost is greater than that of the twoholed because they have twico as much chance of staying on after they are put on since one can use twice as much thread and twico as Bianr lire taining points in the cloth Buttons and time are saved in tho end Where pearl button are adopted for underwear apron and wash drosses it is wiso to adopt n uniform size and quality for two reasons First they can bo bought in quantities and and thus are cheaper second in replacing lout buttons they will always match tho others and fit the button bolos and aro quickly found in tho button basketJUNIATA STAFFORD in Good HousekeepingTo Photographs 12 on fancy mounts copied from your photo 30c On buttons 10o each Send 2 stamps for sample Win Lorimor Photographer Danville Ky AOENTS t tbe Greattit machine magazine on Eartb I Cbc mcnlca Cbrcsbcrman In rUtlawhich htlpt to perfect omnlutloni for their mutual taDelU It flstli Ibe thrrib eyerrWArUbe refunded at lb end of three month If the subscriber li premiumtorsampleoopyand InterestedInat subscribers Address Ube ameriCAn ttbrcobcrman The warmest lUby In the flu neb Aafflon xaio V15 a 013 Slleiler flock THE WESTERN nn POULTRY NEWS and THE CITIZEN TOne Year for Only 60c The Western Poultry News is a big 16page Monthly Chicken Paper published at Lincoln Neb and is splendid authority on poultryraising- It not only interests fancy breeders but the housowife in town or coun try who wants to mako 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 cents for both papers a year Address THE CITIZEN Berea Ky 4 THE SCHOOL Killtcil br J UUInitnore Des n ot the Nor mal Deimrtmcnt lUirc College Ugh I lanahlOITughl GENERAL HINT How do children loam to talk I Wo know that children in educated familioti uso good language without learn to talk by imitation Thoy should learn to rend iu tho same way Rend their little sentences for them at first and let them imitate Phrasing is tho main key to good oral reading whether it bo that of tho beginner or tho bust elocutionist nUll phrasing depends upon understand ing Does any child intro tho least troub le in pronouncing the in conversa tion l Never Tost it Take a child who has newer been tampered with by a teacher but is old enough to talk readily Notice carefully and you will find that in connected ills course ho pronounces the as an un accented syllable of the following word just ns everybody does und rued ifies the vowel accordingly If ho emphasizes it or pronounce it alone it is not thugk but the as it is with tho rest of us providing of courtio that ho has not been tampered with So withu andUto Now if a child has no trouble with these words In talking why in tho name of common souse thould one minute bo spent in teaching him to pronounce them for rending purpo seal And worse then that absurdity of obsurditien teaching him to pro nominee them wrong in order to wad them right What tho pupil needs is tho ability tightinSo i in tho first threw redden thoy Bro per fectly familiar to tho pupils as spokou words and what they need is not drill iu pronunciation but iu instant recog nition THE RECIPE Tako your pupil and tell him that the spells the Do not tell him that it is over pronounce in any oth er way Takn sentence as I see tho cut and rend it to him ns you or ho would spunk it that pronouncing thisas an unaccented syllable of tho next word and have him read it as you do Keep doing If you do itIofe In for it Is merely a matter of phrasing Treat a nnd to in tho same way Drill drill drill for instant recogni tion of wonts picking out nil lime theeon the palm pronouncing words vertically down the pagt backward and ovary way you cnn thinkof But when he reads n sentence in sist first last and all the time that ho reads by phrases rather than by single words Kentucky has quarantined against Tennessee on account of tho small pox Repair That Loom Homespun is coming into fnblonI again and our girls the art of spinning Berea College is finding a market for tho products of fireside Industry which may bring education and comfort to many homesWe cart pay for wellwovon linen 40 cents a yard jeans 60 cents llnsey 6O cents woll matched bed coverlets 4 to 6 Patent dyos not accepted oldfashioned Indigo pro ferredFor address JOSEPHINE A RontNsoN Homespun Exchange Berea Ky m WANTKl Ciptble reliable IKTMII luevrrr tore resent Ur nr of finan rlblewetlllItfl Irahtbt bon ade definite salary n wm Dilution anlary paid each Saturday ami rxiwnm mono ailrance1 each week rtTAMtAIll HOUSE 311 UIARBOR CHICAUO n j THEFARM Ktllliil by 8 0 rofrnor at llorti vulture fence CUII- cgeDlggingStrawberry PlantsiWhen digging Strawberry plants I uso those tools withwhich a man cum do tho most rapid work and at the some timo tako up nil the fibrous roots in tho bust manner It is n mistake to use it spade to take up strawberry plants for tho reason that uniiiy of tho fibrous roots are several This roiniiuln mo ofa limo when I took tip some plants for a neighbor with a spade Ho said tho plants woro wry nice but ho could beat mo in tithing up tho plants and that ho would not cut off n part of tho branch or fibrous roots us 1 did This was nearly twenty yours ago anti from that timo to tho present I havo used n fork To gut tho row ready fqr digging wo first remove tho mulch then with the oldstylo straighttoothed garden mike thaw all tho old leaves mil runners ponsi the out of tho row clear away from tho edges of the row Now wo take what culled tho splint barn broom anti sweep tho row lightly from ono side to time other to finish clearing out nay dead or loose loaves that may remain Then time row is linger mid thumb picked to denim out any roe maiming pieces of rumors that were not taken out by the rake and tho row of plants in trimmod rosily for digging Time forkd scribed above in thou started ulthoond of one row and by thrusting tutu fork straight down alxnit 8 or 10 inches each tiinn it inukeii it easy to dig with tho long tined fok Somo like to use the list tined tipad ing fork it is not light to handle nor its good to shake thin soil from till riots As the plants dire thug by ono man another platys ihmn at once in a largo burlap hug that has seen thoroughly Houktd in water before bringing to tho field Then they are loads on u lhoOio wagon and haul ed to the packing steels whore tho roots an straightened and laid down in bundle of thirteen plants Then tho hiinchoH are dotiblml snaking twenty six which wo count as twenty five makes tho count quite stun to hold out if Nome one of tho counters should make a mistake in one or two bunches lUll thousand A days work in counting stntwIhT ry plants is from 0000 to 10100 iu ton hours I would prefer to hiro la dies who will only count from 0000 to SOOO day pay them more pert- housmuid thou where Lucy count 10000 or oven r oiiu tiniv x lsr day those who count tho most I find tho most linhlu to make a mill tako CiunLKa C NASH in American Qardiniini farts Green Paris green for dusting on should lee mixed thoroughly with land plas ter air slaked limo or common whrat flour For general purpmea one Ih lor the poison to 100 MM of thou dilut ing material in mod If n small quantity is needed mix it at time rate of ono ounce of Paris grew to six lbs of tho plaster limo or flour It should then bo thoroughly stirred and jthaken aver tho early in time morning when the dUI is on This can lw nccomplinhed by plac ing tho material in an hag or an old vessel which has previously been jHrforated Tho dry method is Will ally more satisfactory than tho wet method especially whoro tho plants are small but when time plants begin to form continuous rows tho wet method is preferable being less ex anti more easily applied III preparing the paris green for lies it is to use about ono pound of the poison In about MO to- GO gallons of water It It desirable in most instances where poison is mixed iu water to add a small tity of good stone lime which has been previous slaked usually nn am mount to the n oi the is green used This will litilp to hold tho paris in ttusMnsoc The solution should bo thoroughly stirred while being times rulvisalilo to use paris green iu Bor deaux mixture in this instance four ounces of tho paris green are used in each barrel containing 40 or CO gal lOlls of Bordeaux nnd is sprayed over Iho plants American Gardening BEREA COLLEGE Founded 1O66 1Places the Best Education in Reach of All Over 25 Touchers 700 HtnileiitN from iO States test College Library In Kentucky NO SALOONS Trade SclioolH Carpentry Printing llourtowork Nurwiug two ytiip- HMotlul HchoolH General HMticition anti lilting for advanced coiirwen For UIHBC KiiJJtclentli tttlrnncrd tit yrt it irnrht rlcrlIltrlu1- ltllod 8clcnco Tvo years course with Agriculture for Young it cu and DumiHtio Sciunm for young helira Normal Course Two years with practice teaching Acndemy Course Four years fitting for College for h isiors math College GunrHO Literary Philosophical Classical for lif- eMusicIlea Organ Choral fno 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