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H Rev JOHN DODWELL Weekly Entmd With althf strong Pollln dare rr HtnfT Jlct toinleiit mallmatter iif nl KUIIorn slain ManagerT HE CITIZENDevoted to A of the YEAR SCHOOL I VOL lh A Family Paper B12HKA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MAY 0 1901 Fifty cents a year NO 46 t r IDEAS Look after your foncos Dont forget to plant cow Nothing mokes chnruutor no rapidly Bolf denial Chastity enables tho soul to breath a puro air in the foulest plaoo Joubert Sow u patch broadcast with nor glium it will make the best of egg food for your hens next winter Tho world is alwayH sunny To the chap that huN tho money But youve got to hunt tho honey the IMMM If they idled every hour In the shine or in tho shower WouhltboyUIr nuts a flower In the breezes Take Notice WEEKLY PRAYER MEKTINOS Korea Church Wednesday 7Xj m Baptist Church Thursday 710 pyi Second Church Monday 7IM p in Womens Irayor Meeting 2 W p in f at the home of Laura EinbreoS- UNDAV SERVICE Bcrea Church Prof II M Jones 11a II- ISltOUlI Church novo II J Dorthick 11 a in e Baptist Church Rev Jan Allen 11am KovGeo Ames 7iJO p III Sunday school nt UI5 a urnnil churches Y M C A extension workers at West Union JJ p in FROM THB WIDE WORLD Tho typhoid fever in tho City of Mexico is abating Tho population of London is ltilW 031 an increase 303717 siuco 18111 China is said to have suggested that Manchuria be opened to the ont rllflso of all nations A thouaud iIIllno priconors will bo released to celebrate the surien dor of Gun Tiuio Fifty cases of loot taken by tin Frond anti sent to 1iirin from Chum have boon rotmiml to Pekin Several hundred persons have been arrested in Russia on Hiispiclon of be lug implicated in time alleged Horo lu tionary movement Persons of high station are said to bo involved IH OUR OWN COUHTRY An olliclal bulletin says tho center of population is about six miles east of C Bartholomew county Snm is getting a big rnko ofT 10000 to 50000 n day as stamp tax on tho big transactions in the Null Street markets Over 1000 men women and chil dren marches to n Catholic Church at Wilkesbarre PH Sunday and took the temperance pledge GOD Hampton has refused the ofhco of postmaster at Cplumbin S 0 because lie an fort to buy hits influence for Senator Mo Laurin PreH McKinley and his party were officially welcomes nt El Paso Tox Monday Tho oxerctHos wore elabo rate and thousands of Mexicans at well as Americans heard McKinley Jacksonville Flu has suffered a tremendous loss fire May It was tho greatest lint that over visited the South Tho loss is estimated at 130000000 to 15000000 and 10000 people are homeless Eighteen of the largest buildings including tho court hoiue several banks four largo t churches three very large tourist ho tell and an orphanage were consum ed Tho firo WIll by an eke trio wire getting limbo the shredding machine of the American Fiber Works COMMONWEALTH OF KBKTUCKY Former Gov John Young Drown is ill 3000 Union workhgmon are on a strike at Louisville A militia is needed to capture Morgan Reynolds baud Tho blind tigers of Danville are closed and the town is dry L M Atkins of Louisa a wealthy timber merchant and prominent politician is dead Carroll and Ovou county UfO plan ning to build an electric road from Milton to Owonton In a collision on the M 0 It n- at Fort Jefferson Friday Engineer R K Jackson of Jackson Tenu was killedLexington is to have n now census taken The School Board demands it claiming that tho consuls taken is in accurate Tho carpenters and builders of Louisville are organizing a strike for an increase of wages and recognition of their Union Tho women of Lexington will appeal to Gov Bockham to have a wo man physician appointed at tho Lex ington Insane Asylum ExGov Bradley made the positive statement last Monday that ho would jlnot be a candidate for tho Senate Senator Deboo Tho Board of Trustees has settled tho faculty for the United Presbyter ian Colleges and has selected the following Rev Drs William H Mar quess Charles R Homphill F R Boattie of Louisville 0 B Mar tin and O K Crawford of Danville f s Personals and Locals Josiah Bunktie hUH purchased u Weber log wiigon Mrs L V Dodge is visiting Mrs May It PaltenJon at Lancaster W H Humphrey is at home be cause of the illness of his mother Stol that thieving if you dont trot u of Lines shut in your trowsers Miss Alice Lawson of Walluceton is visiting her bioler Mitts Sarah Law son Win Lusk who has been attending school at Lexington is home for II visitC M Rawlings and E T fish wore in Lancaster the first of tin week Miss EUie Johnson is visiting Miss Miss Sallie Jones near Dreyfus this week Dr McCoy has moved lifts lentil of lice to rooms over Welchs drug storeMiss Julia Rowlett spent Saturday and Sunday with relative near Rich mondDr E H McCoy and his two rot u mini from Kingston hilIcunesduy Rev R It Noel filled his appoint ment at Silver Crook Saturday and Sunday Time Annual Picnic ol the Uaiilinl Sunday school will bo ut Slate Lick Springs Saturday Miss Maltie Gilleu of Riuhmond has been visiting with tier mother Mrs Robt Gillen Rev II F Aulick is in attendance at tho Southern Hnptiht Convention nt Now Orleans Lu There has been an encouraging re vival in the churchof Rev James Bond Nashville Tenu James Jones of Dreyfus candidate for tho nomination for Jailer on Re publican ticket was in town Wed nesday Mrs Isaac Hughes of Sturgeon is visiting her father EraHtus ispence who has been very Daisy Sponce is also ill A E Suffuru leaves this week for Buffalo N Y where he has secured a flue positron at the PaliAmerican Exposition AlbanyNState Library is vitiliug her brother Prof H M Jones Berea purple cannot afford to plant out their gardens without using fur tilizer Sold in nnv quantity desired by Blcknell t Early Misses Rose Miller Irene Herman Grace and Tao Stokes spout Saturday and Suudnrnt Kirby Knob with the JC Teeters Sunday school class of about fifty young men were enter tained by Mr until Mrs Teeters ut their home Thursday evening Bores is free of the licensed saloon and we believe of the blind tiger too hue it has some of the measliest potty thuivos outside time pun Do not use WOIIN or SAAB nt tableware Have it made equal to now by having it E I Urner opp Burdoltos Jill Berea Ky does this workDouglas Bros will change their ad next week To two tho slices in their store mind to know tho pricey at which they sell them it would seem that no one need go barefoot- WOIlncdclay ught of last week sneak thieves entered time residences of Dr Lusk Dr Cornelius A T Fish and Isaac Davis and carried away considerable clothing and food Horace Culdwoll a member of Co D 41th U S Inf writes of thrilling experiences in time Phillipino cam paign expects to be in Berea with severaleoumrades next fall The little four year old laughter of Tniiinu Dalton while nliivinir III the yanl Monday was nccideutly hit by u stouo thrown by some small boy and knocked sonselesa No serious results Mrs Lou Hanson and Mrs Laura Embreo were delegates to the W C T U Convention at Livingston last week Mrs L Y and Mrs J J Braunamau attended time last day timers ill ono business man who ought to be encouraged more than another it is tho olio rlc1 man Jo S Joplin marks all its goods in plain figures nud sells ut marked prico to nil customers Time counters and shelves of Cov inglon A Banks are loaded with cloth ing etc yet bout immibors of time firm were engaged last Tuesday in select dug summer stock The certainly do- a big business Miss Bessie Golden of Berea and Mr Hurry Prathor of Richmond were today in Richmond Recep tion tonight nt tho home of parents of tho bride The CITIZEN wls IllS joy may attend Mr mind Mrs Prattler J D Oldham an alumnus of Beroa College Class of 88 writes Long live the CITIZEN I have jut graduated from the St Louis College of Physicians and Surgeons and have located nt 7li South Grant St Springfield Mo President WO Frost of Boroa College Boroa Ky and Mrs Frost Saturday and Sunday April 13 11 with us Saturday was spout in an titipoction of various departments of the Sunday Presi lout Frost preached in the Institute Chapel to students and teachers Tuskeogoo Student Madison County Fiscal court is now III session The dry weather is cutting short the crop of grass Meadows are need ing rain mid the wheat crop will IK cut short Court tiny was not very largely nt tended Cattle brought from d to inc The horse and mule market was ex willingly dull limo Annual Commencement of Central University will bo held J line gnlllulutltion has had for years James M Boon ono of tho best known citizens of this county died suddenly at tho homo of A P Settle in Richmond Monday Deceased wat u resident of Kingston Tho centennial of tho Kentucky Presbytery of the Associated Reform Presbyterian Church will be hold lit Now Hope Church near Paint Lick beginning slay 11 Pnntagraph Georgetown vs Berea- It was u beautiful day sada clear game from start to finish Barring time first three dinastaous innings the contest would have been excitingly close It looked blue for Berea when at tho end of the third inning it stood 0 to 0 against her Then time wearers of the cream and blue settled down to business stage fright was over mid scored Five to the visitors four 8COItf- OronlltmnUI AH H Ill U ill 10 A ilrkl r f 0 I 2 0 0 0 0 Craft II I I 21CflllrlMrso 6 2 2 0 21 llolinuiiii tj I 2 0 3 2 KIppliiK r I 2 0 10 0 Blout f I I I 0 0 0 lliHirno 2 b 6 2 I 0 0 Amlennn rt 0 0 I 0 JHIVrlt p 6 0 I 0 I 3 0 UU- llrnr1 61 ll 1 Alt It H auf ID I41urjfyti I 1 f j men e I t I o o 6Erulllunlflte n 11 0 Knbrw b 4 S 0 2 Heft 31 40100 11Dick 2b 400001 17 Smith rf 10000200111141 I It 6 Y This being time first game of tho season in fact Boreas first intercollegiate game excuses the players for their imperfections Ill played their text Luck of practise and coaching wits painfully evident but in spite of these great handicaps some brilliant plays wore made Captain Ewers showed the fan how to knock n homo run and Burdotto followed it with a beauty which started for tho Baptist church house Manager Mur phy was toolho knows what to do with his stick The work of the batter was fine throughout at times brilliant Tho catcher excellent Nor nust generous words bo with held from time visitors They are gentlemen nUll sportsman their con duct in Berea was irreproachable they honored their college and thom selves by tho way they know how to play ball They spent tho Sab tats with us visited chapel and classes on Monday and expressed pleaswithllerenomoiigain Thanks are thin to the band for their assistance We eon ratulito tho management on coming out so nearly oven on finances TOE OLD INFERBOR WAY 4 FIELD DAY Thursday May 23 1901 The following prizes will bo awards by tho business men of Boron to the successful contestants W P repairsShoos Pair firfitclnss Half Soles 7fi C C Kiiomis Groceries Fruits VlgetuuleliFino S2ii E F COYLE Shirt 100 STUDENTS Jon 1mvr Fine Stationery 150 C I Oao Photographer Kentuc ullyDozen 200 J W HOSKIXH Groceries Provisions 50 Mns N B WILLOCOIIIIT AND Muss ALLIE FOWLER Millinery and Dressmaking opp Wolchs College or Society Colors 00 BICKNEIL fc EUILY Groceries Hard QueenswaroFancy 150 J J BiiANsAMAX General Merchan dine Pair SuHpondors eGO J M HART Postmaster Cash 25 J C COTLE t Co Shoos Clothing and Furnishings Shirt SlOO Straw Hat i0 Faculty rules Governing Field Day None but actual students may compete 2 Wo approve of having work widelYllistributoorathor than center ed upon a few champions 3 No student may contest who is failing in any study of the current year 1 No contest may bo hold or the reward therein considered valid after GnO p m Contestants must stand a physi cal examination LUST f A hunch of keys on n key ring attached to aluminum ulmlu Finder will receive re- lit Citizen OHIcc Berea Ky Mormons in Mexico The polygamous Mormons aro re ported us having secured five million acres of land in Mexico and their colonies there are said to bo practic ing polygamy In spite of all de nials it is plain that plural marriages form a loading attraction of the Mor man faith A tract of land this size could hold a population of dangerous size if it over should become hostile to the government and Mexico will do well to take steps toward check ing tho evil before it becomes too deeply rooted Otherwise they will have a second Utah on their hands Union Gospel News KELLOGG WITHENBURY Wholesale Grocers Irvine St Richmond Ky A full line of Staple Groceries carried at all times Mail and Phone Orders receive prompt shipment in OpticianFUllc THE NEW SUPEKIOIIV Time host adapted implements do tho most satisfactory work the best satisfied customers are those who use tho lino of goods sold by Bickuell Early Boroa Ky A MAN Need not wear illftting clothessjust because he happens to be a little too long or short or fat or lean for in our great stock youll find suits to fit all sizes and shapes of men and a tailor ready to make alter ations free of charge while you wait t A splendid assortment of the latest styles to GreysMixedetc in endless variety at money saving prices GIVE US A CALL COYINGTON BANKS Richmond Ky MEAT MARKET I have Good Fresh Beef or Pork constantly on nand at popuar prices Blacksmithing done at the same stand at lowest rates for good workP REYNOLDS Depot St JU601 E B McCOY Dentist Berea Kentucky Attention Kentucky Teachers I The Fountain Pen is a neces sity for every teacher who wishes to save time Tho best pen made is the Parker Jointtess Fountain Pen It positively has NO EQUAL You can order it by mail row College Book Store Every pen WABBANTED and can either be exchanged or money satisfactoryWrite for Books and Stationary promptly filled Address Perry F Shrock Borea Ky June 2916l1- WANTEDC ble reliable person In ererr to large companyofsolid finan cial reputation tvtiO per rear payable 13 per day absolutely euro and air expen ere etralgbt bonatlde definite salary no com mlulon ulary paid each Saturday and money adrarccd each week STANDARD Sat DKARBOSX ST CatcAG- oPhotographs 12 on fancy mounts copied from your photo 30o On buttons lOc each 25o Send 2 stamps for PhotographerDanville DO YOU SEE CLEAR ZF1 NOT YOU MAY T A ROBINSON JIt Jeweler and Optician JIt Mina Strut Berea Ky eyedFaxwill fit you with spectacles that wil t 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 j Three Years in And out of all the sots of teethtthat have been made at my office if there is one set or any sets that show any defects I will make a new set free We aro making the best set of teeth in the world for 760 and if defects show any defect shows in lye years we give you a new set free This applies to all the teeth I have made or am going to make the best alloy fills in the world at 75 cents DR HOBSON Dentist Permanently located in the Hobson Buildingnext door to Gov ernment Building Richmond Kentucky Reference Richmond National Bank Special Price 16 Students FURNITURE The very latest designs in Bedroom Suites Iron Beds Couches mid nil other Furnishings Tables Safes and Matresses in groat variety always in StockWe invite all our Berea Friends and all Citizen subscribers to call and inspect before tanking purchase- sUNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY tP676JO Sa JOPLIN Riobmolid Ky CLEANING UP SALE of Winter GoodsGLEANING UP SALE will continue until March lOthOUR this Sale all Ladles and Childrens Heavy Shoes and al Ions and Boys Heavy Shoes Boots Botees High Cut Shoes Felt Boots and Rain Coats all Winter Underwear for Men and Boys all Vinter Caps Work Shirts and Glove every thing in Wiater Goods vlll bo sold at Speoieil Cut PricesVo wish to close out all Winter Goods before receiving Spring Goods Should you want anything to bridge over the storms of March with it will be our pleasure to show you our goods and give you pric- esWe will Save You Moneyrhanking you for past patronage and soliciting your future demands We ABB RESPEOTTULLY 207WEST MAIN STREET Richmond Douglas Bro- sRiohxnond ECv 207 WESTMAIN STREET ix AMERICAN MEATS Exclusion of it From the British Army Will No Have a Bat nhr HIE EXQLISil SUPPLY IS LIMITED What Is Shut Out Krnni the Army Use Will Kind a Rind Sale In tbo licurral Uarkets Thf Uniiiillty nf llrct Impor- from tin llnllcil Stale U Very lnrci and In liKrnalnir I Vrnr lly Pear Washington May SUpOI1 being ndvlscd about three welts ago through tin press llKKitchos from wilxefstate department Instructed Ambos Rador Chontti to report upon the m ter Information lens been received clHrlllHhlast excludes from ninny use for six foreignbeefr slnughtr1uDr Wray inspector of American conic appointed by the lopirlnirnt of agriculture wlui hua Investigated the mibjeet is of tin opinion that the order when carried into IlTeel will slot result in nay considerable direct loss to American exporters of l eef and eat lie for the icncon Unit tho dome tie HIIIor beef for all pur posed III jreat Britain and Ireland in no limited that whatever beef may be shut out from army use by I pew ruling and notice necessarily bo absorlxd by till general market an UrrlnlII I w There ino ovormipply now The annual report of the llrilisli board ol agriculture for IS99 showed the totdl number of homebred attic In the Ultcd Kingdom to be Cattle in the Lnllvfl Kingdiim In IIIIIIor in calf cows nod heifers 93171 ass other cattle 4078000 Total GG40 000 Assuming that 4078 0M to be all that arc properly lunllnble for slaughter this would furnish some less than one ox or bullock loJulntlon40000000 Dr Wray thinks it clear from the statistics that for whatever beef the army may draw on the local markets an equivalent will lice to fro furnished front abroud for the general market radtThe quantity of beef Imported from the United States and which is equally affected by the lug mill notice Is very largo und la i Increasing every year and Is brnuc Ltllnt to Great Itritnin only to supply t eOIlIiI1I11ptlOIIof Dr Wray and many exporters whom he has consulted then Is no cause o apprehend any npprrrialitc direct Injury to the American If tlsr views are correct nil Irntle1 probability is thnt it will t7 practicable 10 enforce the new ru tOt even the six months for which the experiment is proposed to be mode and that contractors in order to flll their army contracts with Lethat requisite quantity of beef of go odfrom permittedfurnish to the A COLLECTIVE NOTE- d CMnn Will HP Aiikrd By the Iorelc inlromltyrPeking May SThe foreign mlnA isters Wednesday decided to uddre sxb0n collective note to the Chlnexe g o Hrnmcnt Informing It tint a joint Indemnity ot 430000001 tncls wnu demanded and asking what met od of payment Is proposed A reply of U expected at the end nf the week which will probably propose to meet the indemnity by raising the cus The tours tariff It is considered likely thnt the powers will nssont to Como no ills measure in return for rmcessio oji the part of China in time shopeIII of n total nbnlltton of the Likin ti placing of Import dutr on n gold basis rcnllv free imiitn of Chi nese waters nnd the nmnval of im pediinonti to anti notion nil the tax at Woo Suns The mlnlKters were n iblc to ngr ns to the riVfclrnbllity of rpeninif ti whole empire to tIe nail reriden some of tinin kohl III Ihnt It l c nuking t him to inhume too grc responsibility and iinciir time present syrtpm of government it would be Impossible to guarantee the safety of the numerous foreigners who would flock into the interior If the empire were entirely open- Cremated Children mer Parry Sound Ont May flOn Ap r11defeated 30 the house of Joseph Inrton Hnrdvillv was destroyed by fire nndfh five children the eldest aged IS were burned Tuesday Parton who Is 70 years old was arrested here it belt g the alleged that he cremated the chil cur then WoTIrcoCCordele Go Mny SDurlng thunder storm the lightning for a short time was terrific and three oersons were struck and killed They were Mrs J J Perry n Miss Kin icy and a Negro noun who was at an work in the suburb of tows CUBAN RELATION Commission Reported on Confer once With the President and Secretary Hoot PLEASED WITH THEIR TREATMENT Senor Vlllnonda Believes the Platt Amendment Is the Work of a Nation and Not a Party IJ I Expected tbr Cuban rdtlonnl Convention Will Take Ucflnlle Ael Ion on the IMatt Measure Neat Snlnr ny Havana May SThe commission at the secret session of the constltu tlonal convention presented nn ex tansies report of their cmttcren th President MeKlnley and Sec Root nnd a glowing account time and rel tenller rontincorporating an account of tho so programme In the report h commission insisted upon point In reference to the third elan reportIInot intervene useless Cuba were nt tasked by n foreign power or unl there existed in Cuba a condlH of affairs similar to thnt which c istcd under Spain nt the time American intervention Regarding coaling stations the placerdesired a apex Mays and San Antonio n another point commanding the en trnnce to tho Gulf of Mexico time liPIIthat the object of these station would be the maintenance of the In dependence of Cuba as well as ti protection of the United StntcsdiTo Dlacnsi Economic The report also sold that tho Un ed States would In no way interfere In time local government and thnt President MeKlnley had promised to appoint a commission to meet a Cu ban commission to discuss the cc nomie question and to draw up commercial treaty an soon as t republic Is established anti that he advised the Cubans in the meantime hotoSecretary toot had sold that limn vns nothing in the Platt amendnte to prevent Cuba having representatives in foreign countries The report hue evidently made a good impression and only a icals will continue to oppose i acceptance tlrtar amendment said he first tlsoug If the convention rejected the amendmentWashlngton might change Its policy ns ho then believed the amendment was the work of n party Annexation or a Itepnbllo 1I now believe sold Senor lucndn thnt the amendment is theII work of the notion There in no use in objecting toI the inevitable It Ieither sane ation or u republic with the nnren meMo and I prefer the latter Thr United States government by In listing upon the amendment shows the Americans have changed their policy before the war and that they no longer rely upon Monroe doctrine to protect the A Interests of American republics The convention win meet Thurs and In expected to take definite action Saturday AN ENGAGIIENTIII rloa Cavalry Company Defeats Insurarents Near the VII vlag of Bayalan pohthe 1st cavalry encountered 50foul Insurgentft near the village of Hal Cyan In Batangas province Luzon enemy made thrcu stands mid wet each time defeated by thu American cavalrymen There were American casualties A court of Inquiry II Investigating the ed connection of Lieut Richard Capnet who has been tried for ofllciul misconduct In connection with thetitle eoinmlssary department Tre ury Statement 8Tuesdaye the er telihjAvniatcash 7MI4337 gold fJ7782tf50 The Chinese DdrateIIIBerlin May SFicld Marshal Von Waldercee In n dispatch from IJcklllgor doted Monday says that Lieut Run r and cavalry patrol attacked no the enemys cavalry 200 west of Kalgan In 10heL1 provincetrDescended safely Cologne May SThe military cnp balloon with two men in the which ascended hero Sunday aft ernoon broke loose in a gala and the lost to sight In the clouds has a occupantsa of S OB a Goal Cripple Creek Col May a1omSharkey lout to Mexican Pete Everitt has n foul In the first round here Tuesday night A DAY IN ARIZONA IIAnthe Presidential Train Arrlral nt Phoenix Phoenix Ariz Mny SThe presl Ntinysunshine anti Invigorating air nf forded the party much relief utter the hot anti dusty ride of Ioncluy Thu two hours in the morning nt Congress gold urine in the Inuo1nn mountains were replete with tact ellJllyedAacross the tunnel through whlcli the president tell anil after he ofathat he had seen Old Glory flouting from tower and stole house and Will ship In many dltrcrent places lint cAmericanground Inqnlrleii For Teddy Ilexofo gManyRiders during the Spanish Will sin m therettwas unSOspatterwitriloosethe li g journey began the teleg compelledona to tap oIAtwire WIekcnburg the scene of the trainielltll III nthe president to receive n visit frown childrennd tlietclllIIIn lIalaK Welcome tenIecltr delayed the arrival of the train Phoenix two hours nml somewhat sarranged the progrnmmo there nitthe territorial officers had met the party nt the Congress mine anti nc companied them bock to Phoenix At the station the territorial militia bronchnaa andhes ly receptionThe the Adam tel for luncheon nod afterwards was escorted to the territorial cap excrcfstfcA HORRIBLE CRIME Yentolaramoor lmorriblht f an e n toted place In the stale of Pueblo A Mirnlytlo suspecting his wife of in fidoHtj employed two rutllans to tlIIn n straw mat hIs hands and fee t olIthe paralytic who still fiiId g prisoner The murderer and his two nccompllcea were placed under ar rest BUFFALO EXPOSITION m Night Show It Is llecomlna Very PopularA Large AUradeonce Tredq Evening IIBuffaloPanAmerican exposition ns a night will become popular is already of being demonstrated by the steadily spIngwas the largest of nny week day evening since the opening of the ex sition The Court of Fountains s seen nt its best Tuesday night created pleased astonishment The Midway is rapidly rounding into shape ed an Will Dlstrlbntt Ration 0WIIRblngloncutler Hamilton now nt Jackson IItOOOtIcJCrecland rhc also will distribute ratlonlpVolcano In the SelltlSan Francisco tiny SThe choonh W 1h Phelps has arrived a Gulapogos islands Capt Noe8cI ls of an active volcano In scaldinghothands of scalded tlshtJtu Their Old Virginia llama Omnhii May Soen Kitzhugh Leo family Including his son Lieut orge P Lee left Omaha 1ucsdn andLieut Len was iniHtircd out of theIllMonday with the HOIli at San lmllclscobTwo Killed fly An Esploalon- Unlontown of Pa May HIIJ the ex plosion of n holler in time old Dennis distillery in Wharton township neat West Virginia line Frank Fear workman mid Ezra J Thomas pro printer of the distillery were killed ptJWlekenbllrgstatement thnt the state department m delivered a new Islhmlun canal treaty to the British ambassador IB ofllcially denied by Secretary Hay est CAREER OF AN ISLAND Know That oa a Small Scale the Work of Creation Are llelaa Constantly lleueated Islands are formed In several ways fa Dr Charles C Abbott in St gfnerallylookedtuna of the earths surface but occa atonally they disappear nod we are sur prised at the history their destruction whichkuncc of being otherwise than a part the mainland around which the wa 1ter had worked Its way but the truth two revt al d when the loll was re provedtogrtlltfreahctstream a large tree and that It nod lodged at some shallow spot No sour was It an obstruction to the tree of the water than It began catching drifting material nnd this securely lodged wtis an additional anthlllglionto collect sand shout It nnd limo begllllInplants mid these rank growths It submerged species cheek the current and cause Hooting particles to sink anti later taller plants like wild riot dock and arrow head tithe anti flourish Thus by various the soil is accumulated or an I stud the Island grows Then mho seed of some tree taigas and a maple roleIryt and the birds frequent time spot It nosy be the work of a few years or many or of centuries but this Is the history of some of the Island In our rlveni and creeks Perhaps we never of thlwhen walking about that la where wo make a grave mistake No matter what the chain THE COHB OF TUB ISLAND ter of the locality it Is always wall to look up 1U geological history that we can the better understand Its pre ent condition The island of which I have told gave no clew as to why It was an island and not a bit of th surrounding meadow but this Is not reason for wondering why It here at alb Nowhere is the just as It has always been That my playday Island now snore was very old as we count years was shown by the fact that close to e level of the water were found arrowhead and pieces of pottery Here was a prttly the Islands history When but bare perhaps at low flu only Indians came here perhaps fish or to lie In wall for pasting wet fowl but here they came and who they left behind them clearly proves that the old tree wan the foundnH of the new land long before time whl man camp to this country Wherever there Is a little brook the unmakingIslands of ev erywhere time greet works of crea Hon ore being repented It le nets necessary to travel to the ends of the to learn about a great many In tcresting things that are gulag on out doors The familiar Incident abot our doorsteps are serer to be d iced A cot In the grata can tell much u a tiger in the jungle Lttof an Idqla DIrAn old tailor now a pilot at Port Royal 8 C is fond of relating an In cident which occurred near Calcutta India The vessel which he wmmnA Dengdbeof oars saved The three me shore and in seeking food and shelter come upon an lmmen wooden Idol While they reale at It they saw a party of na approaching and hid era the bushes near by Each nail a dish of eatables which he In front of the Idol and aftthad departed the hungry a sumptuous feast For near week the sailors camped in the of the Idol living on his pro dlecoveree d en they a fight with the na thoughtItway to Calcutta and there ae cured passage homewardtSlur Made It Unite Clear llvYer e The husband Fritz has two of which he is very fond One a pup while the other is quite old in as sometimes occurs with do gslnp different breed the old dog li much smaller than the six manthro 1d puppy Derv sea somedlnga funny spend dem dog alrcatty said Fritz is who was showing them to a friend other day Dot leedlest dog vas de plggest Mrs Sklmmekopf reallzln- othat her husband had not made the quite clear thought she had come to his assistance You ust excuse mine husbandaims eat d English languidch he knows not goot Vat he means Ie dat da 1ouuetr dog sae de oldest wn rr THE TERRIER FIGHT A Capital nit of Hough and Tam or nays Hscltlnar Hot by No Mean llrnlal Rough house la time expression u by the boy of today when he U scribing a general scullle and he al ways smack his lips over the word lint rough house haa its disodt tages as many sprains maid bruises can testify and if time same amount of tryIngwhich Is quite nit energetic anti qu as exciting the boy of today will certainly adopt It In preference to rough house A terrier fight Is exciting nod funny It Is alto energetic nnd vic tory depends clultliS much upon TJIK TKUIUUIl P1QIIT skill of the fighter as upon his strength Furthermore a terrier fight Is not brutal No boy will hurt himself while engngetl In thus sport As shown in Urn Illustration two boy are placid facing each other In the center of a room lamb clasped be neath the knees anti a stick just un der the elbows na shown Koch con testant endeavors to push the other over but as It requires considerable attention to keep your balance nt all when In this position the attack Is easy matter To suddenly give way Is n maneuver almost sure to upset your adversary but unfortunately it la very apt to up set you at the same time and only after considerable practice will you be able to overcome a man In this way The pivot a sudden swing to the right or left Is safer thought not quite as effective Always remember that the best terrier fighter ins run bly makes his opponent throw hi self Give way nt some unexpcc t point and unless he li a skillful roan he is sure to go over Never try hard push except In the lost isletmaof ity when everything else boa failed A terror fight consists of three ont minule rounds with SO lCondl- relt between rnch round Time scoring the largest number of f accountedeTh1ltISt Loult GlobeDemocrat rnA TALK ABOUT FISH noThrlrfimarkblrslrraglluadA ll IAe Dripulr of In- line InmlluHlaro The flight of birds has been studied yieldingertheerns anaem t It myalerlouathnno the cur flutrN than their own length the extraordi rusitlea tie and a hundred and one other uhf have been the detpnlr of every Invekti gator We know that such miracles are performed In win manner by move nltne cases a o organ are altogether too small to ac eOllnt for the JllllOnnt power the de velop In leas time than It tskn to tella g1oobc the textbook It does things that are the oretlcally Impotslble While I was In Washington on my vacation last sum nwr continued the speaker Ifa rel ativc of mine who la a designer In the bureau of naval construction told me mdndu e movement different fish with a rlcw to Im bonatC prro rid useless when applied to working mod showing conclusively thnt the real secret had eluded time observers I h good alzed tank at home In svlnlc atvesome farnnl especially ns regards heir speed One of the fish Is a young freshwater trout about five Inches hrarc w a while it was waking plunges for fllen on the surface of the water It era old npprouch leisurely of not over six hateI atprey e np straight for the murk like an arrow rain a bow The Intervening dlstonce would be covered In approximately tenth of a second That dots t IIgurea1hutat about five knot an hour and then the twinkling of an rye Incrcns it speed to a mile a minute The t would be no more astonishing than that performed by my little trout und what makes the mystery all the greater the extreme delicacy and flexible TImeseem to offer no purchase worth men angcean a gauze yet comparatively apcaklng they accomplish more than the m powerful machinery ever built by m When nature gives up the secret If ver does we are apt to see the t lIoatN O Tiinctvlfemo Grit THE SUNDAY SCHOOL V hie BerlIrCommlaalon et Prepared by II C LeningtoI XTIe11 Then the eleven dletlplee went swsy Into lulllre Into a mountain Where Jesus theman saw lllmey a orihlpfd Him but sum doubled IS themInllHeaven and In earth UonItcOhesl20reachingshatioever I have commanded you and thetTkITSLo I am with you tbIeCOMMENTSThe la the next to last recorded appearance of resurrectionThe utChrlstladtylag If It U not missionary In spirit ninngwhichledl r sLomeIsTLeThe PromUe 119The Meeting In Onlllro This vos the designated meetlug referred In ebaletere s thelevenjnlaultern of above 400 brethren at onre c IIIIcleathere of Jesus dliclples This ex planation would account for tho formality of appointing n meeting In so retired a place as a mountain and at so great a distance from the scene of the trial nnd crucifixion Rome Worship Some Doubt When nofife company had all gathered Jmus made Ills spprarnnce and they wor ahliwd Him that U the great Ma duuLtedtthisrending of the text might lead one to tblak11e have seen In prerloua lei TwlceJJlIIout Thomas and once with that dis ciple who would not believe until u sax the print of the nails Hut even Thomas believed 80 It must hors rdtrrh some of the other dliclples loTlrUndoubtlcIall Jraui said to thlcomllAn of ItllltQfthl Iad11Il1I tofifindtcourse was one great ob ject of the crucifixion and resurreo lion In show It then all power Is llli He tins become the source of all rower This glees authority to all His previous teachings and to Ills P resent comnilnlon to preach and baptize The CommliMon The comTnlaHlon twofold Pleat It was to trash Second It was to baptlo Time bajt tlim woe to be in the name of the Father nail of the Hon and of the Holy Ghost Tbe Father thn Jew hidcdcome the more perfectly to revral the Father The Holy Spirit wry He inswho should testify to the hearts slid minds of His followers after lie had PalliernpirThe were to teachailnations The Jewish religion hsd been excliulve Church and state were one In a more absolute way ethan ever they were under Christina sway To be a recoirnWed Jehoval worship thn tlentlle had to breams Jew The new religion faith lit Jesus Christ wins to know no nation allty and no race Ood loved hnkiaa kind and Christ came to redeem the whole world from the sway of aim All the commandments of Jesus to His disciples were to be binding upoaU every subsequent follower i The PromlieWlth the great commission was coupled a very cots foiling promises And 101 am with you olway even unto the end of the world The Divine assurance of Di vine help under all circumstances III ours If we are doing the will of Cod ateAnwrlg the Challenge may look upon an extr or tiltBinary difficulty In lib path as a sig warning him to turn book or on flan other hand as a call to ex traordinary effort One man will halt and waver at the edge of th dtlch another will take U with a Sundaratachool class of restless boys because they have been too much for him another will resolutely set himself win those boys and BO change hhimself la too radical no labor too aevere for him In so doing Tha world needs rasa who take hold hard and persistently work out difficult problems at sly and to themselves To such ass a difficulty bchallenge and their sown b Yiotorj over itS B TimIIIlcs wl TklslUa Deeds are the only season of out days The superhuman la God cannot M Inhuman It U mockery to wear the crow yetiV do not bear You cannot do right unlaa +jou art 4 wllllag to suffer wrong No work of grate la accomplished till gracious work appear leapsarroccrowsVltama Horn JOHN BRENT Maj Theodore Winthrops Gre Story 1lorses Hunting and Adventures in the West CHAPTKU XXVILContluucd she day lifter till crisp frost ness of Its beginning was u belated day of Inilliiii summer ml Iii IIB tho gold mornings of that calm luxurious time Va stopped to noon In n hUll ny spot of open past u ro near n wide muddy slough of the Missouri li reservoir for the brewnge of shaken for Iikos liiul been refilled In tuft layan gloat slngimnt lake along the road Hide n uillo or no lung two hundr ynriU broad Not very exhilarating tipple hilt Ktlll wuter the horsed would nut dUdiiln It after their qalfyal lee It with thu little films of Ice un invited along the pools edges Wo wer fortllled with u hag of turn t tin Nurses and u cold chicken for IUolT men 11e ouiup4d by n fallen cottonwood Hear till slongh The iitmonphcre hoiffiil 1Ve plcknleked murrlly e and bush Three gentlemen OiUo ovcr chleken noon disxnt tlilH nits its trimmings IroKcnlly wo begun to fancy wo heard then to think wo heard- last tithnQ to lit IlUrli wu Liam the bayh- of lioiiiulf through thu mild gold air lntIy llalerled Blddnlph wli tit allay fur n foxhunt This linpe liiiikt the scent llu almost ns well ax thn clouiU Mimic MiiMlc cried lie again springing iii the Mound Incraisii rUl and full along the peaceful u that lay on earth no lovingly HllgJallllA cursed uproar hero where Ihu hunt nru manHlcalcrs Mid Itrenl vefnblstits Maroons cnnl believe In dogs after men until I tIC It 1tnafm ItiatsoUrfriendllnnsIIn are utter This would be bis line of eKenjHt SLIItrNbiir l through llr inrnrtl to run tllIlIlMlug with Might on the ground lit a- tfretthe r poplar nlgxrl IOn Mum hs IIIINl Deys ttUllr sot do dogs on me Whntll do foCantin was kneeling No Manna or Id IKCII across thlover Nloo Para tile fun you ride Iteekn I kin Mnua- A burst of luiyjng trout the hound rite black shook with terror I sprang to Fnhinn Work for you old huylsaid to him ns flung the xnnlllc over lilt head Take mlnol said my two frrm to1x at n hint albLiNo Pulnno understands this biul newt base or flight nil ono to htm to he liaftloi thn Unites rnliino urljhod and bout the ground with eager hoofg nn I buckled U r4iebridle Cnnt we how flglit said Ttl i1outdulph Therell be n dozen on the hunt It tine of the entertainment here nlMiutH Hciddrs theywould ra1i o tl pass upon 4N Yoli forget were a Slave Stntr nn enemys country I Inl Hnlnno to the brink Ho aloud inotlonleioi eying me just an lie eyed mein that terrible pause lu Lnjfjfernel Alley Here HAIII up with yon Tut eroiv the slough He swim like lllgntor Then make for the nor star and cave Ute bonito for alr tic h art Wade nt the Trcinont House Chicago Treat film like n brother Hum Lor bress you Mnsna I will dat lie vaulted up like a sprightly trigger one of the ranI ambitions fiTheringing sweetly through the golden quiet of noon I launched Kulano with nn urgent whisper Two hiindretl ynrdn to swim and then all clear to Freedom Ill In no splashed In nod took deep water magnificently What n night it In to Pea n noblo horse nobly breast the floodto nee hU KhoiilderH tlmiM nitlde the anent- lilt breiitli come ijulck hU eyeH flits hilt haunches lift hit wako widen nfl n er him And then Act 2 how grand it Pelt him par and Rtrngglc up wl might mud main UJKIII the farther I- Ibllllktll sec him rite all gloBy and reeking Hhako himself mid with n snort go galloping free nod nwayl Aha n sight to he Been We Mood watching Act The fn pitlve was halfway across The bay lug collie closer closer on his trail Iwo thirtls Huron The buying ceased The whole pack drew n lung wnll IhlyIIle Mm said Iliddtdphti AlmoHt nervresi A dozen more plungeA Fulnno A crowd of orated men on horoe bitch ilaHheil up to thin bank 20C yards above till It was open where nt they halted They could not set ui among the bushes on the edge of the lough One of themIt was Murker sprang train hili saddle Ho paint cdgot hit rifle quick and steady lion r nnd titan the fugitive were close tc and the lank and tIlt thicket of safety 1lng Almost over u tho rifle cracked I nom had turned at the Round of his pursuers crushing through the boa co Fulono Bwnm high lit burn IIIatwince ho hud dashed puny nod tl lung lines of hU wuku still ripph agnliiKt the hither bank Wo heard the bullet ding It mlo8 ed the man as ho turned It FiMano lllood spirited from n gr artery Ho llounilcred forward cullum caught the bushes on the bunk pulled hlnmelf ashore und clutulied fur the bridle 1oor Fulanot Ho Hung his bald ii istrod paweil the Kiirfaeu with a gee hpnuiu lie ucreiimed a deathHcream uugulNhthlx comrade iiiartyred In the old role cruise In hugh crncl Alley h4rdIn the socket Bending toward us ghineo of farewell IInb nodawnk slowly away ht- td that IIIIHO dlteJi Hut Hum was hit Ritfu Ho h dlwippeared lu the thicket Ilia p4 ntllnprto chum him round the slough wits Kifc He g off to free dom From his refuge In Chicago he writes mo that he poplar that 4laloeclent wns saved lint Fulnno gon Dead by MurkerV rillo The brother strangely avenged Ills brother 1trnugdtvl to death In the faruwny 4ucnnoupf the llocky Mortntnlns We three on the bank looked each other forlornly The Home of Uillvcenc a martyr Wo turned to our Journey wi premonition of sorrowful III IrGIIAI1hlt XX VI II SHOUTS CUTOFF near Mr Waile We are huNtcnlng on I can write yon hilt ono won Our journey him been pronpcroux Mr Anniitrong In ry kind My dent father I fear vhatlorcd out of nil HtcadhicxK tJoi guard him mid guide me My un Ing love to your friend Your sister lilleii Clltheroe- Armxtrong handed us this note t ltnlt Itlddulph once n sent i plnkllng now n broned man of the wilds exhibited for tills occn nlon only the phenoniennl of n brace or so of tear I lured him for his strong sorrow Its out for myself Wade he sild ItlIlI irtand liar loving John 1nod not knowing that she lias me r brother too Im tint of tho chiMim but this mud er rue of the father trod this hopeless falthfnlneiH of the daughter toncheit mr tenderly And lure we lire three necks or more behind them YeK sold AnuKtrong full three weeks to the notch nil ef nyry one of you hays Frtx any atom by VIM lII d better be plntln along their 1ball afore It gets cold Thats what allow lies oiiKufr the oldlnan III line lllarttll n beJn as tree wns nt luck has drur him out of hiss If anil made a reglar gonoph of him loiioph U vernnrnlur for Drapeto nianlne I suppose said I and a lietter worth It Minn Kllen boro journey well Armstrong That there young woman Is made of wntehsprlng They nlnt no slop to her The more you pile on Ilio springier she gltx She was a mile an hour more to the train tom ughi0r y We cum down from Ii the Flontln Iullls No5 Soma er them gnmblln I4kes on boon got n holt nn thu old auto lies got his bead den ved on imikln n pile again and allows that gnmblln with 1lkcs waytlisfree e pokcrlnhlo tutu fttufk thnr lookln Komctlmes nly ns n huhStun times mean nnd ugly na n gray wolf nnd Komellinm liken dead ephcrgee cut out er chalked wax She nor I couldnt do nothln with him So I ambushed the lImhlerH nn tvnrnt much nrtor min when I cotched em cheatln the old man They couldnt walt t take his pile slow nn sure So railed nn Indignation meet In nllliI when I told tho boys nboard was Luke AriiiRlroup from Oregon they made me chairman nn guy me threeI cheers I knowd It wnrnt poJllIIellI try for the chairman to IOU tlnn but I motioned we shove tl hnl kit nn boodle of the gnniblr qui1ito fair show with n big stick of cn Inn vonrl and n shingle Apiece nnd Calith6norl the furnacedoom to light cm acroBH nod they pool for shore withI IIhlowlllThats the American method 11111II dulph Fold L Iynchlaw Is nothflag but the Boverefgn peoples oxeeuted without lit Interventiong the forms tho people for convenience With Armstrong for judge It may n sold IliddulplncAfter that Armstrong we got on well except that the old of man keep on the stlddy tramp up nn down the boot when lit wnrnt starinItho engyne nod Ellen couldnt quiet him down Ho gut hash with her tllOI Iihrwcakenln Into It Well when we here I paid their ticket pin through to York out of my own Uc shoved n treat er dimes Into tbeSI IIButdont believe any Uilug but djln wllL golon my own II4xtours o thoIyou on lilt sharp on trulls where men Is thick ns ho U where men is scarce nod it 1hruttd eat cm Tlmt Twill Armstrong said treat And next morning we three pur sued our chase aeries tilt continent noteIIormeWellnll at once for home My fa 611Pa4t Is airtor go away at 6Ellen Clltheroo They left rocIhu lover mid tho Ncrtotx my rlI pro nilIccl And my bread to win ntyecd1f to n new up n claim which have held good und tun still improving Meantime nothing from Brent uOIL61g II1IIII IIII VIIIIIVI Ul gr- t bitterly anxious for kalifthe Lrot er mid the nl ter of my adoption These ties of choice ore closer than ties of blood unless the hearts nro kindred ns well the bodies My sister Kllen chosen out of all woman hood tool trade precious to me the agony I had known for her sake thongis4d mlhlx ury And Brent I knew that he did not write because he must thus set be frtro Ids eyes In black cruel that his pursuit had beta vale T love that conquered thou nnd space hard beaten doun a nil slain Brutnllty was It to be ballled nt last lunged to bo with him lending my cruder force to his liner skill In the Heard Together we might prevail nn wo hind before prcvullrd But HIIW no chance of joining him I must slay and taro my bread ut my tie bllNlllCKK- I That winter toyold friend Short jMirfeelod bin famoim Cutoff I crybixly now ISIIOWH Shorts Cnt o It HIIVOS thirty Mr rant of steam m llfty per cent III rouble mid wear nnd tear to engineer nnd engine Short burst Into myoiUce one morning He nail Brent rind I nnd n eel of other fellows worth know lug had been comrades In our young or tiny Wo still Lull together with n common purpose to boost elvlllzn tlon for ns our shoulders will do Ile Look nt that cried Short de positing n model nnd sheets of ilea Inge on my table My Cut o What do you think of Its I looked and vna thrilled It was a simple splendid triumph of love n the geniusn difficulty solved so easily that It seemed laughable tb no one hUll ever thought of this soli ton Short snld I this is Tine A Hurrah for the nineteenth century How did Oll happen to hit it It is nn InspirationIt that revealed It said Short I hove been pottering ov- Id arnthat cutoff for yenta whllo she d nut Mimic when she smiled It came to mo liken sneezeIWell you good nod node your fortune Yours tat old follow If you like Pack up that model und the draw ings go to Knglnnd Vrnnce Ger many wherever they know steam from tobaccosmoke tithe out patents nnd introduce it Old Chnrm say ho will let mo hoer half n million dol lira if I wnnl It You Khali bit tap of funds and charge wai percentage you think proper So I look steamer for Knglnnd with Shorts Cutoff to nuike known CHA1THU XXIX JV LOST TRAIL It was June when I reached Lon don Business not fashion wns my caIof titan curl things so 1 drove to Smorleys lint Charing Cross In America landlords dodge per responsibility They name hotels otter men of letters statesmen saints and other cut pcrlnnraInfinitesimal comfort differentlyt In tit Nut Pnlmerston nor Wordsworth SllIr toll Is emblazoned In smoky gold on Smorleys sign hi Smorley Curses or blessings there t Smorley himself gets theta No scowls nt the slrllon nnd Brut sotto vow Palmerston has c1 too fat today nobody tosses be twecn the sheets nnd prays 0 Wordsworth why didst thou be rudge me tilt InHcctKxtermlnator Nobody complains SpurgoonH be nil froth and small nt thatsnod Smorh yAlone gets rtIHt for beef brio and beer SmorleyB Hotel stands nt the vergo the Emit mid loops toward ti Wont Kurt of London Tho Stra by Its side so thick with men boms nod vehicles that only n sharp viewing It from shove detects pavement The mind wearies the counllcKH throng going n nil coming In that narrow lane canphtI coming down St Martins Lane rccu the cabs and tho balustrade the sultan two gentlemen I knew To be continued i INFLUENCESFOJIGOOD Dr Talmage Calls the Roll of Those iOnce Antagonistic Clirlntlnnlty Nosy Vnlntc to lef r llrrnelf Wrniiiiim Once Ineil- Aualn l tier Cratplntlunthof tlio r Copyright by Louis Kloiwch N Y In this discourse Dr Talmage cc the roll of influences once uutngun lat io hat now friendly to the Gospel r encourages Christian workers lc Samuel n like tithatDavid fled front his pursuers I world runs very fast when It is elms iiogDavid goes kilo ie house of n psi and auks hint for a sword or Kin with which to defend himself j priest not being accustomed to 10 deadly weapons tells David that cannot supply lilt but suddenly the priest thinks of nn old sword ew hind been carefully wrapped up pittold away the very sword that Go lIuth formerly used nnd he to k down that sword and while ho Is wrapping the sharp glittering mem ornble blade It hashes upon lavIdetp mind that this Is the very sword t bywas ut d against himself when Wait In the fight with Goliath David eon hardly keep his hand xait until the priest has unwound David stretches out his hand toward that old sword nnd There wnoneer words I want in my own hand the sword which hoe been used against me nnd against the cause haGod So It was given him 1V my rlends that Is not the first the last sword once used by gl sicome Christ and of Ills glorious church want as well aa God may help to show you that many n went which line been used against the Ilumicavused on our side nnd I only bolt David when I stretch out my hand toward that blade of the Philistine vspit cry There is none like that Itgive it met I remark first that this is true in regard to all scientific exploration You know that the first discoveries in astronomy and geology and chro nology were used to battle Chris tlanlty Worldly philosophy came out of Its laboratory and out of its servatory nnd said Now we Iofprove by the very structure of earth and by the movement of tLein heavenly bodies that the Bible lie and that Christianity as we impoaftloQthe Leyden jars the electric battersall in the hands of the Jut ono day Christianity looking about for some weapon with which to titPvery Philistines had been using against the rttme Cope cue nnd Galilei nnd Kepler and is Newton nnd Herschel nnd 016 Mli ell Clime forth and told the world that their ransacking of the earth and heavens they hall found overwhelm Ing presence of the God whom we wor and this old Hlble began to shake from the loran and Shnstcr and Zendavesta with which It had been ered up and lay on the desk of s c Rhemisttlan unharmed and unanswered while the tower of the midnight heavens s IrnlseWllrlcll r wabhi S Into rocks lrntlualImust have been some point nt which the process started Then who start It And so that objection was ov come and In the first three words of the HIblo we find that Moses stated a magnificent truth when lie said In jWorldlyRible is n most inaccurate book AH that story in the Old Testament again nnd again told about the army of the locusts It is preposterous There Is laIlkefly An army goes In order and prat tosion locusts without order rsaid Christian philosophy and in G9our tJtra mine the march of the locusts There lire men right before me who rot have noticed in that very part of the locotAllfldoinn army was that pokeLemof llttko a row ever went in stratghtcr flight thnnIt the locusts come nut even loyal aside for the wind If the wind rls rrAnil agoerinsoy line of monk not varylngn fu ofbutThe old Bible is right every time when it speaks of locusts coming like an army worldly philosophy wrong 011urldly philosophy said All that elllYtllOld thne worldly philosophy said The light comes straight Christian philosophy says Walt a little while nnd it goes on nnd makes discoveries of and finds that the atmosphere curve and bends the rays of light around tidiearth literally as the clay to sent The Bible right again worldly saJ1III her earth ia simply an absurdity Where wist thou says God when I set the foundations of the earth The earth has no foundation Christian phi losophy comes and finds that the word as translated foundations may be better translated sockets So now translatedd setIit docket It In the hollow of Go honda socket large enough for any world to turn In Worldly philosophy said What in absurd story about Joshua making the lbnun nnd moon stand Ktlll If t world haj stopped nn Instant t ofntoxtphy not quite so quick The wo- ns two mi lions one on Its own n wasItnot necessary limiting them stnnilatth iroti ns should be yslnppcdIIlli the cii turning the JItere was carrrnsou whythe of the ear disarrangedICr right and wrongCerytlmeebe wrong I that wbenIIIdchi- celigion fact r and science have struck ban deeperInown can digand the big astronomy can soar all the Letter JesusIlatthengtlIer cross Christianity now III the observatories at Albany and toIIvvcap giveIt tsiltpoworavert eyes thils been just so that many an astrono observntoryuup midnight throughIe hisInman out HaventI remark that the traveling disposition of the world which was adverse to morals and religion Is be brought on our side The man that went down to Jericho and fell amid thieves was a type of a great many travelers There is ninny a man Is very honest at home who when Is abroad has his honor filched his good habits stolen There are very few men who can stand the stress an expedition Six weeks at a vaweplace have ruined many a m the olden times God forbade t purposea of Intlnitu the transition fr place to another Some men w- eem to be very consistent hero In theset theygelbullfightsPinto milesleithis traveling disposition of the wo whichAnc is elaltde ournlblesport our missionaries these anllo aroundtheChristian heralds and go out at preach Christ among the heath Infinitethepower ceone BnrkhardtIIndJerusalemabout which Jesus preached the beat theforrlstossedthetheHnlyChristian I could not help It beeergn theHolDethlehemrd muleteers now easily buy tcke TLlet a steamshipsthis shinInTlberleswnttChristianity and go back and ti llthe rockIngsunlet run the firearms with which the In traveler brought down the Arab and the jackals of the des err kayo been surrendered to the church and we reach forth our hand crying There la none like that give mel of it has also been with the learn eloquenpo of the world Peop Religion Is very good fora women it Is very good for not for men But we have In the lIanICanova and Angelo sculpture Raphael and Reynolds painting Harvey and Boerhaave poetrq p phllusophyThomas theology Themost brilliant wnIttn n worldly nature are all aglow wi Scriptural allusions Through sena speech and through essayist scourse Sinai thunders and Calvary all speaks and Siloam sparkles mlghtrtDthebut he reserved his strongest eloquence for Wet dqwh a U atoed before the literary societies at Prince Wit commencement and pleaded for the grandeur of our Bible Daniel Webster won not his chief garlands t while responding to Hayne nor when he opened the batteries of his eta quence on Busker Hill that rocking SinaI of the American revolution but on that day when in tho famous GIrard will case he showed his affection for eulogbcdIslearning that have been on the other aide come over to our side Captured for God There is none like that give it me picturehevery printing theziaell The antiquarian goes and looks pictured rules or examines the chiseled pillars of Thebes and Nineveh and Pompeii and then comes back to ancientdtlcally consideredof sculpture and amidkand they are locked up How Paul must have felt when standing amid himIstheherworld on the silo of obscenity and crime and death hasbeWhat to unclean Henry VIII was u beautiful picture of the Madonna unjustjudgeonmeat What to Nero the unwashed n picture of the baptism in the Jordan The art of the world on the changedhC andtmuch of the power of these old mas goesvthehisfore of the sufferings of the Saviour the private tourist goes to Rome and looks at Raphaels picture of the Last Judgment The tears start and he goes back to his room in the hotel and- o prays God for preparation for that day when Shriveling like a parched scroll The flaming heavens together roll andhedenbutwreck Christ on the cross Oh that might in our families think more of Onebeprayer will mean more to your children than SO sermons on devotion One enatient face of Christ by the hand of childhoof the world is to be taken for Christ What has become of Thor Ghirlnndnjosta limeIcaocu uponridlosltlonThereliant in all the apostleship Joseph of Arlmathea the rich man risked noth rocknilbefriendedil beachlyWhen Peter came to Joppa he stopped with one Simon a tanner thenilofhirepu bebechanged Among the mightiest men Christianbankers and if tomorrow at the board of trade any man should get up and malign the name of Jesus be would be quickly silenced or put out In the workharetowas farm willed away some years ago forPamatters have changed and now all the thetotruecr Itdon and traveling disposition of the world makIngacumen and tact of the world on the right side thine 0 Lord is the king peoplelItarmy and led by such a commander and on the way to such a victory If ChrJstIsthis world everything that is worth nothinglaamnestynsaying Whosoever will let him havei4letinofChrIstiever had He is so kind He is so lov- Ing so sympathetic I cannot see how ComathofOIsye ends of the earth and be ye finalIntheIhaa i The Homespun Fair Following tho custom of tho last fov years Berea College will at tho coming Commencement hold an ex hibit of articles which can bo made in tho homes All articles of domestic manufacture including homespun and handwoven fabrics of wool and of cotton and wool and of linen nUll wool and of cotton and also articles made of wood aro solicited for exhi bition and liberal premiums will be given for tho best articles submitted in each of many classes It will be required that all articles submitted for premium must have been manu factured since tho lust College Com mencement It is timo to bo getting ready to compete for some of these prizes If n man can make a good chair let him sot about making one a little better than ho ever made before and bring it into Bcroa and put it into the fair It will cost nothing for the privilege of entering it and if is the best made chair brought in ho will get a prize on it and will probably bo able to soil his chair for a good prico beside And by looking at chairs made by others ho may learn something about mak ing chairs which will bo worth more i to him than the premium or tho prico of tho chair The same will bo true of his wife who may bring a homo spun coverlid All premiums will be awarded strictly for excellence of workmau ship Very liberal premiums are to bo givoa for allwool jeaun and for linen nid wool linsoy that is for the linseywoolsey mado from linen and wool as its name indicates The Col lego finds n demand for such goods It is also hoped that there will bo competitors for the premium offered for the best dimity counterpane A premium in olTored for hand made saddles also Tho Fair will boon Commencement Day Tho CITIZEN will keep its read ers informed as to tho progress of the arrangements for this Fair Mrs Jennie Lester Hill of Berea is tho chairman of tho committee which will have tho Fair in charge and she will be glad to answer ques tions about it J9QQSalary Men nnd women of Rood addrcu to represent IK some lo travel appointing agent other for work look Ins alter our Interest 81011 mlary guaranteed yearly extra conimluloni an1- nlellCl advancement old established Grand chance for earnest man or woman to secure pleasant permanent position anti llbcr ul Income New brilliant lines Write at once STA1TOIID rilKSS 23 Church St Nrw llnvrn Conn e26 Tired Out I was very poorly and could hardly get about the house I was tired out all the time Then I tried Ayers Sarsaparilla and it only took two bottles to make me fee- lperfectlywellMrs N S Swin ney Princeton Tired when you go to bed tired when you getup tired all the time Why Your blood is im pure thats the reason You are living on the border line of nerve ex haustion Take Ayers Sarsaparilla and be SLOOabotIequcftIy yeaold umlly meillrlne follow tile adrlce and we will be latliflM J C AvaIl Co Lowell fall Correspondence Madison CountV Peytontown E W Mason and G L Campbell attended the First Baptist Church at Richmond Sunday Miss Addle Miller of Paint Lick visited her sister Gertrude last week Miss Addle Phelps was at Foxtown Sunday Jus Deatherago was iu town last weekRov T R Reed preached the annual sermon to the Samaritans Sunday Mrs Chas Mill er spent Sunday with her mother lit Kirksvillo Mrs Jane Parsons or Wildio is visiting hor sister Mrs Harris Mrs Julia Buruam met with a painful accident falling from a fence Chas Buruam Sr left Tues day for Cincinnati Mason County Millersburff Mrs M II Trot ter who has been ill is recovering health Mrs James Mayborry and Eliza Moyberry were baptized Sun day afternoon There was a large congregation in attendance Dis trict Conference will convene in Car lisle this week Delegates left Trios day morning Jas Allen has como from Virginia to pay a visit to his rel atives horeMiss Hattio Mayberry was obliged to leave the State Normal because of ill health She has recovered some since coming homo Rockcastle County Conway Mrs J S Gadd who went to Richmond for surgical treat ment is improving rapidly and will soon be able to return hou1iTt farmers of this neighborhood very buisy planting corn Mr nn1 Mrs R D Cook are taking Magnet c treatment from H E Gadd and are improving nicely John S Gadd sold a fine two year old heifer to Sam Mason a few days ngoThe fruit was not hurt at this place by the deep snowTho widow Bullin and son Charles met with a serious loss Friday about 4 a m Their home with nearly all of their furni ture was burned Loss about 700 Mrs J H Sigmon postmaster at Conway is suffering from rheumatism in her foetLots of our people are anticipating on attending commence mont at Bere- aUockfordWe are all glad that spring salad is largo enough to gath orMr Harry Beldon and Miss Sal lie Tom will be married soouYour correspondent has finished planting sorghum and will have more time to collect news Henry Mobloy mail carrier between Conway and Rod ford killed a uad dog Aprtl 30th Rev Robert Braunaman who hns been so long ill of consumption i daily growing weakerA few dais ago J J Wren danced for tho first time in 20 years The back logroll ed from the fireplace on his bare foot J W Lambert who has been ill for several weeks in able to be out at his business Thomas Simmon is visiting friends in Conway Mrs Sola Martin has returned from a visit to friends In another part of tho county Disputauta James Hammond has been visiting friends in Mudison Richard H Anglin who has boon sick a very short time died Ayril 27 Ago 22 yearsMr and Mrs Jim Roberts of Madison are visiting rein tives koroWork has begun on tho now railrord on Brush CreekJ C Abney of Brush Creek is visiting relatives heroMr and Mrs Wren of Conway are visiting their daughter on Davis BranchJohn S Gadd is improving nicelyS A Holt and No More Vermin and its Attending Evils Our Peerless Poultry and Animal Fumigator will positively rid fowls and animals of lice and germs of overy kind It is worth many times its price Costs but little No trouble to use Lasts for years Big Inducements to Agents B CODDINQTON Co Berea Ky Ohio College of Dental Surgery Department of DentistryUniversity of Cincinnati Central Avo and Court St Cincinnati O Tit College was organized in 1845 and tho 56th Annual Session begins about October 8th 1901 Three sessions of seven months each are required or graduation This is tho first Dental College established in the West It is cooducational awl has a teaching corps of twenty instructors Its build ings are modern und well adapted to the requirements of modern dental education and its clinics are unsurpassed Optional Spring and Fall Courses in Clinical instruction are also given Fees are 100 each Session For in formation and Announcement address H A Smith D D S Dean 116 Garfield Place Cincinnati Ohio THE GIT1ZENBEREA KYMAY 9 1901 family have moved near Climax Mrs James Holinnn of this Place loft for East Borustadt whore sho is visiting her sons Farmers are very busy planting corn in this vicinity Owsley County Gnhburd Taylor P nud Stephen Oubbard arrived homo Friday fron Berea where they had boon attending school this winter They camo on account of tho illness of their father who is not munch better at tho time of this wiitiugA W HUH am Meredith Gabbard camo in Sunday from school at Boron They said that they hated to leave Old Boron for it seemed so much like homo to them Mr Huff stopped hero ant visited his brother a few days and started Tuesday for his homo in Los lie countyC C Vermillion of Scott CoPVu an agent for lie Greenville Nursery Tenii was can vnssing hero this week Miss Fanny Moore of Meadow Creek was hero this week getting orders for Mrs Rose of those who wish to send theii wool off to Intro it nuulo into cloth Konious Gilbert and L C Roberts went to tho depot after goods for 11 II Rice this wecicil T Huff lint goif 10 Leslio Co oil buMUOFH this week Wo are having very pleasanl r Irutah tIme farmers seem to lie in king good use of itH W Min for is at IJoouovillo this woekTho fruit has not boon injiirtnl hf tho re edit snow and every timing looks promising for a fair crop this year Albert Gabbard huts just returned from a trip down the river and reports lOmmOIlIfever riouioivluit better at this writ CINCINNATI MARKETS U REVOlTED Ri 0 NORMAN A CO CINCINNATI May CArrLEColntnon2M5 SUII Butcherst7rt lilfII Shippers475 ff 52- 5CALvFsChoico150 yi 561 Largo Couimon300 ff LO- Hoas Common 125 Ill liw Fair good light 550 It 50II Packing5B5 if 57ii SHEEP Good to choice 375 j 12ii Common to fair 250 Iffi 35C LAMBS Good to choice 525 57fi II Common to fuir350 J 12J WHEAT No 2 Red 77 g 78 UORX Xo 2 mixed 17 OATsNo II RYEXO 2 rGf 01 FLOUR Winter patent 370 IIt 400 fancy 810 vi JJW I5lILLIItNn Timothylt2ii Hftf XI2 1225 vi lifiNo I Clover 1025 p llifXo 2 900 ifi 1UiO LARD Prime steam 715 gt 70i Uitv SALT ifEATs Clear siths 837 Short ribs S21 Shoulders UIK Clea bolliea M to SOlb 8G1 tj 87i- BAcoxShort clear sides 891 IIribl 880 Ii Clear bellies 885 JllHAll Sugar cured IOIC ilj POULTRY Springers per Hi 20 Vryew 10 12 Heavy hens Light lions Jl Roosters ft Turkey liens 8 Toms 7 Ducks 8 Eoos Fresh near by 11 Goose limes Wit salted fj ft 7 II Xo 1 dry salt 10 W 101 II Hull 5 Ii Lambskins JO it CO TALLowPrime city flirlIJCountry fi WOOL U medium combing 21 22 Washed 20 t 27 Tub washed 2ii II 80 FEAThERS Geese new nearly white 42 gray to aJ VI 10 Duck colored to white 28 II 85 Chicken white no quills Iii Turkey body thy 12 Ifii Hi THE HOME Wltol by MIM IKACE J STOKB Initriulor In Domestic Science llcrcn Cullexe A Grout niul Worthy Work Wo take pleasure in submitting to renders a statomcdt of tho work done by THE AMEIUCAN HOME FINDIXO AS SOCIATION Incorporated As its namo indicates it is an or ganization for the purpose of securing homolifo and training for all the homolnss classes 1 It provides good family homes for abimtd and neglected cliildreii with coatiiiuous oversight and curb 2 It places mother and child in tho same homo and thus keeping thom together 3 It furnishes employment and homo iutlucuco for big boys maul girls and for graduates from Industrial Schools It helps paroled and oxprison ers to homo life with employment The association for tho past year has placed at tho rate of one person per day and has helped halfi many moro specially neody cases in various ways This method of caring for tho homeless commends itself as tho most natural helpful practical and economical Thou too it not only thlROIWho will open his homo or find u home forono of tbosot Anyone who will do so should writo to Gao K HOOVEII D D Supt 107 Doiuborn Street Suite 712 Chicago Ill or to- W D Smith an Assistant Supt and Representative of the work in Ken tucky box 201 Heron Ivy Tho nssoc atinn is national nUll interdenominational in its scope 01 1n free from sectarian political thIpeople everywhere Any information regarding homos or tho homeless or any help for xotno will ho gladly accepted timid duly acknowledged by Mr Smith In Germany Intro is an institution called Tho Housewives Union which devotes itself to a large oxt nt to tho training of sonant girl It gives prizes for good ones A girl who stays with one family five years is given a gold pin with an inscrip lion on it stating that she is n good servant After sue unit been with ono family ton years she gets SW in gd t After twenty years service with one famiU she gets fire dollars after thirty years site gets six dollars in gold In Germany servants often with ono thirty years 1Od r lile Iwnn In every cOllnl to Igro 1 y of san rblewstraight txHuflilf lrflnlt Mlry no rolmloii Mlary ulil rmli Salunla y uml IttoIM money mlmimil wirh vrevk ttTANllAKP SSI lICAKHORNiir ClIICAOO REPORTERS CORRESPONDENTS or WRITERS Wanted everywhere Stories news ideas pmis illustrated articles ad vanco news drawings photographs articles etc etc purclmhed publicationparticulars and full information bo fore sending articled The Bulletin Press Association New York 00 YEARS EXPERIENCE TrtAoc fUrma DtIC CCIYl1trIIT9 c AnTono ili epp- fIaIlT hirrtrt onojwwniiii r r Iwe wiiHIttr mirintm AI vr r iito niunln lim iiMiii cinOJ iiJ r tbnol on rateuti IIt uI 11O8W fr s irigPIlta dll 4lU throuah llui n t 0 rocclr lxclli fr Triitxiut tlnrvo lull- ioScIeiHific Jsfiicrican- hinlwinifir IllnftrnloJ wr klf Ijirewt Hr ui iuu nf unjr MMtntld lvuniml hernia II a rtwri tout Iuurtls u rJolaliall newmJwUern MUNN CO3610r01daT New York llmDcli SZ V BU YuhIn ion II C BEREA COLLEGE Founded 1SS5 1Places the Best Education in Reach of All Over 25 TcauhorH 700 Student from 20 Staten Hont College Library in Kentucky NO SALOONS Trailo Schools Carpentry Printing Housework Nursing two yours Motto Scliools Ueneral Education and fitting for advanced courses Fur those xnfllcienlly tulcnnced to jet u teachers certificate Applied Science Two years course with Agriculturo for young men and Domestic Science for young ladies Normal Course Two years with practice teaching Academy CourHO Four years fitting for College for business and College CourseLiterary Philosophical Classical for lifo Music Ileod Organ Choral free Vocal Piano Theory Vo are lucre to help all who will help themselves toward a Christian edu cation Our iuHtriutiou is a froo gift Students pay a small incidental foo to meet expenses of tho school apart from instruction and must also pay for board in advance Expenses for term 12 weeks may be brought within 2400 about 14 to be paid in advance The school is endorsed by Baptists Congregationalist Disciples Method ists Presbyterians and good people of all denominations- For information and friendly advico address the VicePresident QEO T FAIRCHILD L L D Beroa Madison Co Ky a THE SCHOOL Kdllril bv J WUtnmnar Dww ul UK Nor mal Deiwrtmcnt Item CohM Duties otScliool OUIcors Ono of the toudunuios in school ndminislnition that most no dh cor rection is an increasing ansumption omoc1lhiRschool rogulations hut moro norioua ly in suporvisioii anti especially eu porvision by membors ofcimool hoards acting as individual or cOin mittees It in bolioved to bo not an uncom mon thing for a school director or trustee to dictate to teachers tho mothoils to bo used in teaching given subjects anti also what limy are to require tho pujiila to do Toaohers mire told iiuthoratlvoly that they must not ruquiro pupils to prcparo spelling lotsons by writing that nil spelling lessons must ho oral that pupils iKtist bo taught time alpha bet bofaro thoy attempt to road that pupils must bo pormittcd to rotul at least ono verse ouch and that they must read tWO a day that tho pu Ilill must recite by turn list pupils must not bogiu multiplication un til they havo learned the multiplion tion table that time rules in rithmo tin must bo loarnod by Iwmrl before any problems arc solved that tho toxt in geography must bo committed to memory that no wall maps mIld to be used in recitations tutu It is easy to seo tItus tnhchinf which must result from miuh olFlclnl diutn tiou in tho dutiiilH of timchiiif Iud it is obvious that suck dictation oven moro miaohiovous itnd Prl1al moro common with roffronoe to din ciplino and all this miwshiof unity done by a school ollioer without his II even dronming that noilhor time Intv nor tho school regulation give tutu an iota of ollirial authority in Itomatters that ho hiss no mar l Ktil right to play ttmchur in time IIcll than any other citizen It ma1 of course bo ontircly proper for u school director to call aUD lion to what may seem defects in lookIlligtruo toachar will welcome such elicits to remitter such iwMit Dcebut wu nre not now ooiiHidwing the proprioty of ollicial advioo hut of nuthoriUivo di thingDrKnierirni osts and Duties in The Ktlurativnnt ttulilin The jiublio Khool are uo duiig a titho of what they Ituukl dn to girt our boys anti gina roQutMl cud lJo uuti rill manners Isay it strongly for on this point I tesl ditly till leek tll training in time schools Jr R K Witte Exciuc me for not shaking land Mine art full futt no- wMALCOLM KIRK by Rev Charles M Sheldon A most faicinating story will b printed in this paper begtnnitiK Those of our patrons who tail to read it will miss n rich treat Mr Sheldon possesses the novel ists art lie knows how to tell r in a way that keeps tbo reader interest at a high from beginning to end Above anti beyond this ho Imsnn object higher than tin usual story teller bo ninis tu helj anl uplift THE FARM ttlllml lijr 8 0 rrolcwor ol Uortl cnltiitv llerca Cullrii- aSoino OoxvPou FuctH Aro you still advocating the ufuvof cow peas t Certainly Reports are nearly nil favorable What soil are they host mlnpUnl U rite lighter poorer soils of l1ro farm Wo would not sow lucia on good corn ground Put thorn on tim rotationDo advise their use an fodder or Imyt No not in thin North though sonic northern farmers have found thom very useful At tho Now Jersey SIn tion an micro of cow POll gave 10000 pOllluls of green forage or 381 pounds of protein This would equal tho protein in 2r00 j ouiids of wheat bran At tho Nebraska Station cow penH wur used us a pasture for cows It was found that an aero of cow seas produced moro milk than an aero of sorghum fed under tho name comll tloim What would you plant row an for if not for ImyT To plow In an mantiru or to tuoko a hog past tiro In an unclosed Ibid nour tho house tho hogs might run on tho cow peas to 811 tin log Uminlly such fields will produco corn or scum better forago crop Wo plow tho cow perns in an manuro What mire they worth manuroT At tho LouiHiatia Station it wits es timated that time IIUIVPH Mom and roots of an aoro of drillinl cow peas furnished 10SJ ounds of nitrogen 2fi pounds of phosphoric nchlflllli 1231 of poliiHli TIll yield was below time itvrnugo Wlmt docs that mount It would n iiiro moro than 10 tons of nvorugu ntablo mainiro to provide this amount of available nitrogun stud potash Suppose tho crop hail htt11 cut for ImyT In that case most of tho nitrogen timeNlsltlcomparatively Hiunll Time nitrogen which is taken from tutu air comon Into thus plant by IIUUUH of the roots but is found at maturity in leaves and fltBIKH Are such experiments conclunivot IlliIlIIftl111 manure our uxH rieure no would an toon 1m vo the crop grown on the nvttnigo aero an tho 10 tons of mutmnt nut u1usimt time cow pea dcHinnd tho use of tho latin for a wholo rA scum t Yos in onlor to make seed but n fair nmuurial crop con bo grown alter frostIYen wo haro grown a fair crop of cow poas mutter early potaloM also utter picking strawberries In time South cow PCUH are drilled In tho corh after tho last cultivation or dropped in tho hills whou hood Ilnvo othorH dono It i Yes Prof Cottroll of Kansas Ar riciiltural College tolls of 1C of cow peas that wcro planted in Plantlugwas Whippoorwill By October tho vines covered tho ground and yield ed moro limn ono ton of hay per aero Ono great virtue of cow peas in thnt it innkpH n good growing in dry seas on Most HHplo aro inclined to sow it too early It in a beau a 1111will not Htand frost or cold soil the Greatest machine magazine on Earth I Cue Bmcrlcaii Cbrcsbctman ranlawwhich bfi t to txrfrct orpanlutloni tot CIar mutual UiirOl It Diiliti the threat rrroun hattie and helps him In IaInend of UIIM month If ihn lulurrilrr ll lrepulunusnluablllllntJ uwful nforam5Iucey j and iiKwUI terra I to URtnH interesUIinM tuUcrllxn AJJrui Cbc Zdiicrlcnii Cbrcobcrmnn The Warroeit llaly In the Hunch naoiiJon TOta U S a- i KllchUr niwk tr Chicago College ot Dental Surgery Dtoltl Dtpittmtol ol Lilc retest Uilrtntlj Thy Twentieth Annual Course of Instruction wilt liofflo about Octotar 151 Nldinlf about May tat IIIX Three full winter rouncs or Ifctnrcmra required before Rrailiiatlon Initnictlon coml lolo In every iletnll ClinIcal material olinndnnt Collrga liullillnir and tviilpmcnt offer nniarpaired farllltlps to tho dental ituilrnt For anI uouucomout and doscrlptlro booklet address Wood Harrison Sts CHICAGO