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Digital page images are linked to the text file. fI Rev JOHN Wllli HtroiifC Knlerttl at the lbd clou VOL A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MAY 10 1901 Fifty cents a year NO 47 IDEAS Tho potato bug hits como Strong temptations develop chnrac ter Necessity is the first aUmuhw to industryKeep tho lost weeks CITIZEN and Cow Pea catechism it Is worth your while It is not what wo tuko up but what wo give up that makes us rich Beeehor I nouns ono thing whoa n innn guts into n tote spot ho dont never send for his friend tho dovil to hop him out Josh Billings Take Notice WEEKLY PlUVKR MtETISOS Heron ChurchtIIIIIHdnIIOpll1 Baptist Church ThurHilay 7 M pm Second Church Monday 730pru Womens Priiver Meeting JriJO p in at the bone of Mrs Lou Hanson SINDY SKUVICBS Heron Church trof 1L M lobe 1111 in- Swond Church Rev IL1 Derthick 1111 tu- Baptist Church Roy II F Aulick 1111 in and 7150 p in Sunday Hchool at 1115 n in all churchesY A extension workers at Hickory Plains J p in e FROM THE WIDE WORLD Do Vernimio Vicopres of tho French Senate died Monday Premier Rousseau ins returned to Paris completely restored to health A of Nations is to ho formed to aid commercial competition with AmericaSix PlO111I lire hoinohss because of three villages buraing in Qallacia utrhc- Ctmllunturnlllihm the population of uJllInrillml Wales to bo JKyWO hl01111 increase in 10 years of 8ba Mrs Botha wifo of the floor Goiter al Hailvnl for Euro e to inter view President hrulflrlIucl urge him to advocate jnace in Africa IN OUR OWN COUNTRY The cotton crop of the South is buf fering for ruin- Oklahoma lifts n new governor W M JonkiuH who has bets territorial secretary Tie sent for outside relief for Jack sonville Flu continues Thousands are destitute Mrs McKintey has hud the ploys fire of till pnsideutlul trip marred by her serious illness Tho County DtlIIocrnclof Chicago will broom 1 for till presidency IWI A strike of IMJOOO machinists at Homestead Pa 500000 metalworkers is threatened Municipal governments hate been established in Uitann P I The Filipinos readily adjust themselves to tho now conditions Tho Southern Baptist Convention in session at New Orlwiiin adopted H resolution an property destroyed in China The steamer City of Puducah a Tenuenflo River pncket went down near Grand Tower Into Sunday night Twelve lives were lost Tho boat is a total lowC- OMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Danville In to put in a new sower Hytem to coat about 522000 Judge B F Buckner died at Win chester last Monday aged 01- ExGov Dudley is expected to mono his residence to Lexington llarlan county republicans have decided to nominate county ollicials at a mass convention Oar Bed khnnm will appoint demo crat to succeed Judge Tiiisloy in tho Clay county circuit court Thirteen thousand dollars tilts boon subscribed for n V M C A building to bo located at Lexington Jrankfort volunteers who Horvod in tho Philippines in the mlth Infantry woro welcomed homo Sunday Judge J W Green of Owouton tiledat his hone Saturday Ho has served as circuit judge nine years countyiscoed Judge John W Greed deceased A water spout n hail storm nUll a snow Btorm visited tho neighborhood of the Duko faun two miles west of Danvillw last Thursday Rev W C Roberts D D L L D has boon elected president of the Central University of Kentucky nt Danvillo with Hulury of SJJOOO a year and residence Dr SchtMik tho eminent forester of Biltmoro Elnto Anhville N Cwill Ipcturn in Louitvillo May 20 at 8 p D Subject Forestry as a Permanent a Business Tim minors of Ohio county about one thousand in number ore threat suing a utrik0 booauso of a court in enjoining operators from collecting assossmonU for tho support of striking miners Hopkins county maamalttrTHE CITIZEN Personals and Locals Base ball Friday ttW Miss Row West is very low with cancer W IL Ilumphroy is back from Mnysvillo Tho now college barn will bo a commodious building See Douglas Bros liichmond Ky for MCUH Furnishing Goods Leonard Garret has moved to the logic house on Center Street llarmoiiia Society gave a spread at Science Hull Thursday evening Nice lino of Straw limits Prices Right Bicknoll Early Berea Ky Miss Butner of Wildie has been hero this week on insurance business Miss Mary Alice Titus entertained the graduating class Monday even lug Mrs Sum Deutheruge and Miss Etta Moore visited in Richmond last weekDr Ono Millur of Chicago arrived yesterday to visit his sister Miss Rose MillerDouglas Bros Crotmott Shoo 100 and 325 Ono of tho best on time market Ilov Mr Jones of Bedford hid preached at the Baptist Church Sunday night If you want to save money call on Douglas Broil for Shoos and Mens Furnishings Base Bull Friday UiM p m Bo reu versus Williumsburg Admis sion IH cents Mrs Lunk wont to Livingston Mon day to meet Dr Lusk They cutnu home Tuesday They have added twenty feet to tho Masouie Lodge room More room for the goat to jump If you want the latest and newest things in Childrens Slippers sew Douglas Bros Kichuioud Ky Time rain hindered the enjoyment of tho Baptist Sundayschool picnic Dinner was served in the church T A Robinson mho jeweler will move to tho now store room in tho Welch Block in about two weeks Tho Junior Endeavorera had a pleasant picnic Saturday afternoon on tho lawn at Prof S 0 Masons Williamsburg plays baso ball hero tomorrow Everybody come and root for our boys and sue them win J J Branuauian was sutnriouod to Wildio Monday on account of the serious illness of Mrs Abu Braunu 18all II II Coylo a merchant of Sparks vile Ind visited his parents Mr and Mrs J C Coylo Monday nUll Tuesday JO Coylo has put a now veranda to his house front and now kitchen and dining room to tho roar Tho house is being freshly painted J W Stephens the popular L X agent of this place is taking a rUt cation Mr Butler of Millorsburg has charge during his absence Murk L Spink tho Collogo Printer is jubilant over tho arrival of a now printer at his home Tuesday tight Baby and mother lire doing nicely Miss Lena Jones of Wildio u for tact student of Berea College and Dr Lewis of Wildio woro married May S They have gone south for their bridal tour Tho ball game nt Lexington Sat urday Georgetown vs Kentucky University resulted in n score of 11 f in favor of Georgetown John Bur detle played with tho winning tear J C Chapin toot in tho game At n meeting of thd town boned Monday night time resignation of J W Winkle as police judge wits tendered and accepted S E Wolol Jr was recommended for time ollice subject to the appointment by the GovernorTho has received a copy of Tho Daily States a Now Orleans paper with an account of the Southern Baptist Association in session May 911 in that citroev II F Aulick pastor of our Baptist Church is in nttiwdnucp C M uwlings mot with what might kayo boon a very serious acci dent a week ago on Owsley Fork He with his horso and buggy foil down n stoop embankment Severe bruises and cuts were received but no bones broken Madison County byDouglasA protracted mooting hits boon in progress nt College Hill1 E Church South When you are in Richmond call IIptodutoSholsTho school census of Hichmoud shows CCO whites of school ego and rS2 negro children of school age a total increase of S3 Fiscal court adjourned Saturday to countylevyyearIlovLittle Hock Arkwill preach tho baccalaureate bcrmon for tho closing exercises of Madison Institute Sunday May G Edward Stockton son of Jlobt C Stockton of Hihuioud received the medal at the FreMimnn Sonhmoro ChapollastAfter a refusal at their regular Sell sion to appropriate army funds for the use of the Ptittio Clay Infirmary tho fiiscal court has decided that tho meagre Hum of SCOO ho donated Tho fi cnl court in session last week appropriated 7f per mile for work on the mania turnpikes of time county and pikesNoChief of Police Allman closed up tune Lawson liquor saloon on First Street Richmond Friday last on n distress warrant If nil such establish ments could 10 closed Madison county would ho no loser Dr Dudley S Reynolds of Louisville has flied a suit in tho Madison county circuit court against Central University for SlfiOOO damages bo cause time consolidation of Central and Contra will abolish his chair in the Medical College of time University The commencement exercises of tho Negro High School Hichmoud wore hold in the United Baptist Church lastFriday evening There were nine graduates each rend on essay or de Iivored an oration Dr Ballard of Lexington addressed the graduates Prof Reynolds deserves higheour mendation for his work in tho school LOST A bunch of buys on n key attached to aluminum chain Finder will receive reward at Citizen Ollice Iturea Ky Childrens Day at Christian Church Time first Sunduy in Juno is known as Childrens Day but will bo fittingly observed at tho Christian Church Disciples of Christ on Sunday May 20 There will be music sad happy faced children and general good cheer Tho church will bo hand somely decorated for time occasion This has come to bo a great day in this denomination It was first observ ed in 1881 now it is annually observ od in almost all their schools It is hold in tho interest of Heathen Mis sions This people now hUe missions in all of the grunt hcathon fields of the world Last year the Sunday schools of this body raised therhnnfort is being undo this year to raiso 550000 and we learn time signs point to success Wo have no doubt time Sunday school in this placo will do its full share towards the 50000 They nro liberal and enterprising Wo lope tho friends will render substantial encouragement tJ their lofty purposes The school will bo delighted to see their friends present on that dos It will bo a great rally day and a day of generous gifts a day long to to bo ro- itewbored 1A TRUE HERO KyLosesHis Fellow Workman- INDIANAPOLIS Iud May 12 Willinm Phelps Poytontown Ky and James of this city eightfootmills this afternoon when an em thinkingthoscald ing steam poured in on tho two men Tho only exit was a ladder to a manhole in tho top Both jump ed for the ladder Phelps reached it first took ono step and stopped Ho golirstSlausbury escaped with slight legsThouhhis act of heroism cost ism his life Both men were being cooked when Phelps jumllcdnside By the time he hud up tho ladder the flesh was dropping from his limbs Ho was cooked alive and with supremo effort dragged his scalded body from tho manhole He agonyhotIt was Jims right to go first said Phelpshushouse Both men uro colored FIELD DAY Thursday May 23 1901 The following swill be awarded by tho business mon of Berea to tho successful contestants W P repairsShoos Pair firstclass Half Solos 75 OpticianFancyC C HIIOUUS Groceries Fruits VegotnblosFillo S125 E F COmE Shirt fioo STCDEXTS Jon PRINT Fino Stationery 150 C I Ooo Photographer Kentuc SpecialtyDozen 200 J W HOSKINS Groceries Provisions 50 Nits N B WlLLOCOHDT AND MIss ALLIE FOWLER Millinery and Dressmaking Welchs College or Society Colors 00 BICKNCLL L EARLY Groceries Hardware and Queensware Fancy Lamp 150 J J BRANNAMAN General Merchan disc Pair Suspenders 50 J M HART Postmaster Cash 25 J C CoYLE Co Shoos Clothing FurnishingsShirt 50 Faculty Rules Governing Field Day None but actual students may copmete 2 Wo approve of having work widely distributed rather than centered upon a few champions 8 No student may contest who is failing in any study of tho current year 1 No contest may bo held or the reward therein considered valid after 530 p m 5 Contestants must stand a physi cal examination For the latest creations in Ladies DouglasBros BiokzneII Early THIS IS BUSINESS SURE I Four Weber Wagons sold within a week You cannot posisibly beat the Weber if you need a wagon Sold By BICKNELL EARLY Berea Ky An Independent Wtkly Devoted to the Interests of THE HOME FARM SCHOOL 50 CENTS A YEAR 11 in A MAN Need not wear illftting clothes just because he happens to be a little too long or short or greatfstock 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 A splendid assortment of the latest styles to GreysImoneysaving GIVE US A CALL COYINGTON BANKS Richmond Ky MEAT MARKET I have Good Fresh Beef or Pork constantly on handat popuar prices Blacksmithing done at the same stand at lowest rates for good workP REYNOLDS Depot St ru 6 el E B McCOY Dentist Berea Kentucky Attention Kentucky Teachers I The Fountain Pen is a neces city for every teacher who wishes to save time The best pen made is the Parker Jolntless Fountain Pen It positively has NO EQUAL You can order it by mail from College Book Store Every pen WARRANTED and can either be exchanged or money satisfactoryWritefor for Books and Stationary promptly filled Address Perry FShrock Burea Ky June 29 1901 IWANTEDcapable reliable person In every company of tolld finan cial reputation fJ6 per year payable 13 per day absolutely luro and all expen K straight bonande definite salary no com mission wary paid each Saturday and expense money advances each week STANUAUD HOUSE SH DEABBOBX ST CUICA- nePhotographs 12 on fancy mounts copied from your photo 80c On buttons lOc each 8 for 25c Send 2 stamps for PhotogropherDanviue can furnish you with Eye Glasses or Spectacles suit od to your need am a Manufacturing Jeweler I do Fine Engraving I repair and adjust Fino Watches My prices are very reason able and I guarantee all my work T A ROBINSON Main St Berea Ky Three Years in RichmondAnd sots of tooth that have boon made at my office if there is one sot or any sets that show any defects I will make new set free We are making the best sot of teeth in the world for 750 and if detects show in 3vo years wo 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 Building next door to Gov eminent Building Richmond Kentucky Reference Richmond National Bank Special Price to Students FURNITURE Tho vory latest designs in Bedroom Suites Iran Beds Couches FurnishingsTables Matresses in great variety always in StockWe invite all our Boron Friends and all Citizen subscribers to call and inspect before making purchase- sUNDERTAKINGG A SPECIALTY 0Night Phone 3 JO S JOPLIN Richmond Ky L 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 Chicago College Dental Surgery DcnUl Dtpirimcit ol LiLa Forest Iohenlty Ono of tho loading dental colleges of tho world located in the eroit medical and educational confer of Chicago ofteN munr pasted facilities to the student of dcnlutrr Twentieth Annual Course ld IIft Iu nrl JI IrIoIIBASE BALL Williamsburg Vs BereaTomorrow 330 p m i CHI ESE WILL PAY The Indemnity Demanded by the Powers Will Be Liquidated in Thirty Years TUE PLENIPOTENTIARIES RESPONSE The Annual Payment of f10000000- Is the Extent of Their Power to Discharge the Debt Mr nockhlll Una Been Instructed to Continue His Efforts to Secure An Abatement of the Total Amount Asked Washington May 15A cablegram from Mr nockhlll special United States commissioner at Peking re celled at the state department Tues day mentions the receipt by the ministers of the response of the Chi nese envoys to the ministers demands for indemnity The dispatch indicates briefly that the Chinese represent that an annual payment of 10000000 is the full extent of their power to pay on indemnity account It will take 30 years to discharge the debt at that rate without interest Mr Rockhill makes no mention of the subject of Interest nor does he touch upon the inctins by which the money is to raised by China or say who is to guarantee a loan necessary to be intule It appears that the Chinese feel themselves obliged to submit to the powers in this question of n demnity as in till other things and though realizing their own Inability to assume the indebtedness of 450 000000 taels they feel obliged to make the effort Mr nockhlll has been Instructed to continue his ef forts to secure an abatement of tho total indemnity but in the present disposition of the powers little hope of success is entertained Berlin May ISThe news that Chilia agrees to the payment of the indemnities demanded Is received here with general approval but in of ficial circles and privately insomuch that till Germany desires is to wind up the China campaign- It is understood that the proposal to extend the payments over a pe riod of 30 years meets with a qual ified assent AMERICAN BRIGANDS Detectives nnd Police Broke Up a Und Who Operated In the Province of Paiiipaniia Manila May 15 Detectives and the police have broken up a band of American brigands who have been operating in the province of Pam panga north of and not far from Manila George Raymond Ulrich Rogers and Oscar Mushroiller have been captured and Andrew Martin Peter Jluise George Muhn and two others are still being pursued This band committed outrages murdered and raped at Bacolor Pam panga province and in that vicinity and Sunday last they killed Henry Dow an American The band some times represented themselves as American deserters and at others as American soldiers George Raymond wore time uniform of a captain Raymond nnd Martin were formerly po llccincu In Manila A LIBERAL POLICY United State Steel Corporation Will Ucnl With Competing Concerns Heitnrillnir Wages Pittsburgh Pa May15rrhe same liberal policy that the United States steel corporation is said to have adopt ed in Its trade dealings with compet ing concerns is to show itself in the great combines dealings with organ ized labor The outside companies are to be allowed to enter the wage conferences heretofore held sacred to the big sheet steel tin plate and steel hoop combines and they may have a voice in the annual settlements if they desire This was the word sent out Tuesday from the headquarters of the Amalgamated Association of iron steel and tin workers in this city LIEUT COMMANDER ROPER Ilia Funeral Will Take Place at An nuiiolU Std Nest Thursday The Pollllearer Washington May 15The funeral of the late Lieut Commander Jesse M Roper who met a heros death while aiding in the rescue of his sail ors during a fire on board the gunboat Petrel in Manila harbor sometime ago will take place at Annapolis neXt Thursday at 230 oclock The pallbearers will be Commander Gol vocorvsses Prof Henderson Lieut Commander V L Cotmon Lieut Com mander K B Underwood Lieut Com nmmlcr Charles E Fox and Lieut Charles U Galloway of the navy and Col Carter and Maj Hodgson of the army In n Serlon Condition Washington May 15Mrs Gage wife of Secretary of the Treasury Gage who has been for some time is reported to be in a serious con dition though her friends have not given up hope Hull Plnyern Released Philadelphia May ISThe Phila delphia National league club Tuesday released Pitcher COWl and Second Babeiuan DoluDeo u IN SAN FRANCISCO IThe President Made lib Official En try Into the CUT and Wns Royally Received San Francisco May 15 President McKinley mado his official ontry into this city the objective point of his tour lato Tuesday afternoon After being formally welcomed by Mayor C D Phelan ho was driven through the principal streets attended by n military and naval escort Tuesday mceptioOn in the large nave of tho steed t ferry depot At 240 oolock ho left the Scott residence for the Valencia street station Here he mot tho train bringing the members of the cabinet and re mainder of the party who hail tilled the programme between Sa Jose and this city President McKin ley was also met here by Mayor Phelan and formally received Tit e president the members of his cob inet Mayor Phelan and the reception committee were then taken by spe cial train to the Third and Townsend depot where the military and naval escort waa waiting A few minutes offer the train ar rived the procession Was formed and the march up Third street was begun In the rear of tho platoon of mount ed police and a battalion of patrol men camo Grand Marshal Warfield and his aides Behind them war swung into line Troop A the special escort of the president clo ely followed by the veteran guard of tIlts Grand Army of the Uepubllc who acted as a guard of honor for the battle flags of President McKlnleys regimentThe Multitude Cheered A second later President McKinley reclining comfortably in his carriage won in full view of the throng had waited long to greet him Ace panying him were Mayor Phelan Irving M Scott the chairman of the citizens executive committee A the carriage was drawn out to tho street and turned in line with the procession cheer after cheer rose from the multitudes nnd was re echoed along the narrow thorough fares With his face wreathed in smiles President McKinley gracefull- raised his glossy hat and bowed an acknowledgement of the ovation After the presidents carriage came those of his cabinet Coy Nash of Ohio and staff and the Ohio con gressional delegation The long line of carriages was fol lowed by 4000 troops infantry artil lery and cavalry from the Presidio led by Gen Shafter and 1000 ma lines and sailors from the battle ships Iowa Philadelphia and Wiscon sin under the command of Adm line of march was handsomely decorated with flags bunting and evergreen At Van Ness avenue Pres ident McKinley reviewed the procession after which he repaired to tho Scott residence for dinner Mr McKinley Ilctter San Francisco May 15It was an nounced at the Scott home Tuesday afternoon that Mrs McKinley was a shade better than early Tuesday feeling stronger and brighter than at any time since the beginning o her illness She slept some the morning and Dr Hlxey is well pleased with her progress toward ro covery PANAMERICAN EXPOSITION Legal Step lave Peru Taken to Compel Directors to Close It on Sunday Rochester N Y Mny 15Legul steps have been taken to force tho directors of the PanAmerican exp sition utBufTalo to close on A motion was made in the appellate division Tuesday for an order to show cause why Buffalos police commis sioner should not be removed from ofllce on the grounds of malfeasance misconduct and dereliction of duty The grounds set forth in the affidavits submitted are in effect that the police commissioners allowed work not necessary to be done on the Pan American grounds on Sunday May 5 A decision will be handed down next Tuesday THE ASIATIC STATION Hr Adm KempB Ordered to Send Home the Ship Concord Marietta and the Callne Washington May 15The navy department sent orders to Kr Adm Kempff acting commander of the Asiatic station to send home the ships Concord Marietta and Call tine during the latter part of the coming summer This is in pursu ance of the policy announced some time ago reducing the naval strength in the east Ccnnlngton Petrel Ore gon Newark and Brutus already Lave been ordered home so that with these ships there is a total reduc tion of the fleet in Asiatic waters to about 42 vessels Hilly Rice Serlonnly III Chicago May 15 Delirious from the ravages of erysipelas and practically blind Billy Mice the old time minstrel was Tuesday night taken from the National hotel to the coup ty hospital Ills irlcnds say his con dition Is such that there is little hope for recovery No Truth In It Chattanooga Tenn May 15llon- Jr Clay Evans pension commissioner arrived here Tuesday night to spend a month looking after his business affairs In an interview he declared the report that ho was to be appointed minister to Japan is absolutely without foundation METAL WORKERS They Will Enforce the Demand for a Nine Hour Day and Increased Wages TDE STRIKE SET FOR NEXT MONDAY A Large Number of Employes in the Trades lava Keen Informed of Their Employers Concession It la Thought Xo Serious Opposition Will lie Smile tu the Movement ItsldnWashington May 15The reprc Kcntntivea of Machinery and Allied MetalTrndc National mil Internation al unions who have been in session here for two days considering the enforcement of a demand that union machinists hereafter shall be re quired to work only nine hours a day with an Increase of wages that would matte the dully pay the same as under the present ten hour scald late Tuesday afternoon decided that there should bo a strike on May 20 desiredeconcessionsThose in Tuesdays conference were James OConnell president of the International As1 nocation of Machinists John Mul holland president of the Internntlon nl Association of Allied Metal Mechanics L II Thomas President of the Pattern Makers League of North America K J Lynch Metal Polish ers Buffers Platers and Brass Work Soma91nlcmenLsThe following statement concern ling the conference was authorized It was decided that all workers in the machinery and allied metal trades should demand the ninehour tiny without reduction In pay be efyon The officers of the organizations decided thnt the men In their respec lies trades would stand by each other in the enforcement of the demand should it be necessary to cease work In view of the encouraging reports received from a large number of cm ployers in trades having already no titled their employes of the conces sion to the above demand nq serious opposition to the movement Is an ticipatedTho conference adjourned nt 5 theyre spective headquarters MACHINISTS STRIKE One Hundred iiuilord In the Wabash Itnllrnad Sliopn nl prime Held III lull Work Springfield ill May 15One hun dred machinists in tho Wababh rail road struck shiallsfThey will ask for an increase from 25 to 29 cents per hour time and n half for over time and a ninehour day Many men employed in the blacksmith shop have gone out in sympathy with the machinists and probably half the force of 300 men employed at the shops have quit work Master Mechanic Doebler Tuesday said he did not believe the strike would be general enough to result in the shops shutting down rrWASHINGTON RELICS About 3O of Them Were Turned Over to BHa Mnrr Cull Lee of VlrKlnlu Washington May 15 About 30 of the George Washington relics which have been in the national museum f6r years Tuesday were turned over to Miss Mary Custis Lee the heir to the rejlcs These relics consist of blankets sets of China including one given to Mrs Washington by Gen Lafayette and other souvenirs They do not include the swords camp cheMs and a large amount of other Washington relics now In the museum They will be sent to an address to be designated by Miss Lee THE AMBASSADORS All of Them Will Ienve WnaliliiKliin at An Knrlr JJiite For Their Kiiropcim VurnllaiiH Washington May 15All of the am bassadors here are preparing to leave Washington at ah early dote for European vacations The Russian ambassador Count CusHlnt sans on the 27lh Inst leaving M Do Woolant as Hussliui charge daffaires fie French ambassnador M Cninbon goes on June 6 leaving M Ie Mar gerlo In charge lime British am bassadors departure in set for Juno 5 The Malian ambassador sails on the ICth init The Troncurxn Condition Washington May 15 TiioBdaya statement of the treasury balances in the general fund exclusive of the 1150000000 gold reserve in the di vision of redemption shows Avail able cash balance 158679781 gold 9724175 The GuI of Coy Hiiife San Francisco May 15Gov Nash the Ohio delegation Gov peer of Oregon and other prominent visitors were the guests of Goy Gage pu ouj excursion Tuesday A WONDERFUL CHILD Little Florence tiller Ilaa Heen Her Father bookkeeper liver Since She Was a Itabr Since she reached tho age of four years Florence Monte Miller has bent bookkeeper for her father Fre mont Miller of Bloomington She Is now six years of age Little Florence began to exhibit her extraordinary powers before she was three years of age At those baby years she startled tho community by the wonderful beauty and accuracy of her drawings both color nnd pencil work that she would develop into a phenomenal artist be came the current conviction Her abilities In other directions however nmlhllnuumm FLORENCE KEEPING HOOKS were equally amazing she would pick up the newspapers or almost any hook and read them easily and correctly By the ago of four years she was writing stories Not Infant jargon by any means but sparkling little stories with the must fascinat lug touches of plot nod rhetoric At this time also her mind seemed to turn to figures She picked up everything herself and could not be per suaded to leave the work of which slit was so fond At the age of six years Florence was allowed to enter the Lincoln school She had scarcely been In a week before she had been promoted to the second room and her promo tion to the A class third room was allowed after an attendance of exactly one month Florence is now only a little past six years old She Is again ahead of her class and ready to step Into the fourth room after attending a single term CUNNING PACK MULE tie Was nn Hid Fellow anil sa Adept at the tlncstioaslle Art of Shirking Ilia Duly A pack mule that has seen service gets very cunning said an old soldier We had one old fellow that had been in the army for 12 or IS years and he knew at much as most of the men He was occnilniKily used ItA a leader and was very fowl of the job btciune In that position he had no load to curry To MC him maneuvering to get to the front was very comical The regulation pack weighs 200 pounds and the mules soon learn to size It up to n nicety refusing to carry anything more For that reason they are blindfolded while being loaded else they would be continually looking around to see whether the pack was In side the limit On one occasion we received A cof fin to be sent to Stboney and the old mule referred to was selected to tarry It The coffin weighed only 25 pounds but he must hove concluded from IU size that It weighed a toa and he imme diately began to groan In the most pIt- Iful matuier exactly like A human be ingWhen the coffin was put on his back he pretended to stagger and sagged down nil if he were carrying a tenInch gun At thr same time he turned hit bead and looked at me with a mournful exprctMon that was as easily read as so much print Good heavens he seemed to say are you going to allow me to be crushed by this enormous burden W were all shrieking with laughter and tried to make him take hit place in- line but not an Inch would he budge At last he deliberately rolled over and knocked the eoflin oft That settled it We let the old rascal take the bell and I could almot hear him chuckling as it was ioopcd around his neck Another mule was then blindfolded and took on the cola without much trouble Call on Ocean learner Every large ocean liner carries from six to ten cats these being appor tioned to various parts of the ship as well ns appearing on the vessels books for rations Particular em ployes are detailed to feed these vats dally nnd when In port ono man at tends to them There is promotion for pussy on board ship Ordinarily unsociable cats arc kept In time hold In the steerage in the forecastle but a cat that Is amiable and clever Is given the run of the first or second class saloons When at sea tho cats attend to the mice and rats hut after all can do little more than scare them out of the parts of the ship fre quented by passengers In port time ship is visited by a professional rat catcher who frequently captures 500 of these pests Vise cats always accompany the rat catchier nnd pick up the stragglers Time Untie In time Wood A for yenrold girl wandered away from Loose near the Bonanza mine Oregon recently nnd was lost In tho mountain 48 hours When recovered she was quite unharmed She told of having seen a big black dog with two puppies which she tried to catch but they ran away after their mamma The dog was a bear and the puppies were her cubs THE CREATOR ALL ALONE Ten million times ten million years Uefore creations morn Ten million times ten million years Itefore the Christ was born The Triune God was all alone JIll glory tilled the eternal throne Ten million times ten million years Before the birth of time Tho Lord of glory lived alone In majesty sublime Eternal ages rolled along Before its heard a creatures song Ten million times ten million years Before God was adored Before an angel spread his wings Or seraph over soared Throughout all space Gad was unknown All lire and love were Ills alone Impelled by love while yet unloved And while yet unrevered The Great Creator spoke the word appearedThey throne And then the Lord was not alone This U our God and Father whose mercy we Implore This la the Christ whose pralies well sing forevermore Rev James ULcod D D In N Y Observer THE GOLDEN CALF Aeqnlilllon of Monrr Not the Stand Mril of Success In Life A Wrong Tendency The tendencies of our time are all In the direction of making tho ac- quIsition of money the standard of success in life When success II spoken of time first thought in multi tudcs of minds is of money and it tl difficult to make such people believe that there are any rewards In life comparable with ample pecuniary pos sessions When the other day a millionaire shot himself probably thousands of people read In the yel lay journal obituary that he achieved success by certain methods without being aware of tho Incongruity ot coupling the word success with a failure so complete that the man sank into a suicides grave There are few matters upon which the public mind needs such persistent instruction and warning as upon the frightful perversion that applies the commercial standard to all the values of human life This practical ma terialism is a far more deadly miasma to the spiritual life than any of the philosophical or critical theories that many men commonly assume are so hostile to true religion Even if we do not rise to tho high level on which character appears as the supreme attainment we do ourselves a great injustice In being blind to the fact that there are many rewards in life nobler than the possession of riches Take a man who has had the bless lag of winning the wholehearted aft fectlon of a devoted and noble wom an nail what Is any success In gaining wealth compared with the lmoMenloa of such a treasure Take a husband nail wife who have nurtured and trained four or five wholesome clean minded xclfrcllnnt children who liars capacity to hold their own in the contests of life and to help their fel lows and have not their lives been a success They may not own the roof over their meads or have put by a dollar for a rainy day but they have made a SUCCCM In comparison with which the pile of the millionaire look mean and tawdry And then timers is the success of honest work well done whether the pecuniary rewards are little or great The school teacher tho mechanic the engineer the professional man does himself a wrong when be Is willing to estimate his success In life by the number of dollars he hiss earned or saved If he lane wrought honestly If he has done good work and men have learned to respect and trust him he has won a success of the most substantial and abiding tort Let a man who line acquired a million dollars by exclusive worship of the idols of the market take that money and go forth Into the world to turn it into the other kinds of success at which we have hinted and ho will discover before he has gone far how Impossible It IL lie cannot buy the love of a noble woman who cares nothing for the dollars and everything for him He cannot buy a household of manly tons and womanly daughters upon whom a parents eye rests only to kindle into thanksgiving and delight lIe cannot purchase the consciousness of good work faithful ly done Some of the poorest men in the world are the millionaires who have atrophied every faculty and ca pacity except that of making dollars breed dollars Even thought a man did not worship time living God there are nobler Ideals than the Golden Calf Boston Watchman Fresh View of Life Much might be said on the wisdom of taking a constantly fresh view of life It is one of the moral uses of the night that It gives the world anew to us every morning and of sleep that it makes life a dally recreation Ood is thus all tho while presenting the cup of life afresh to our lips Thus after a night of peaceful sleep we be hold the world as new and fresh and wondcrfulasit was on the first morning of creation when God pronounced it very good And sleep itself is a divine alchemy that gives us ourselves with our primitive energy of body and mlndT T Munger Hoot nnd Frail True goodness is not a patchwork but a vital growth developing Into all the virtues It takes a good tree tc bear good frulU Baptist Union THE SUNDAY SCHOOL Lon In the International flerle for- M r lt 1IMI1 Jean Ascend Iota UaWPrepared by II C lenlngton1 THK IKS8ON TEXT Acts 111 I The former treatise have made 0 Theophllui of all that Jesus began both to do and leach J Until the day In which lie was taken up alter that He through time Holy Uliuit had given commandments unto lhr apostles whom He had chosen t To whom also lfe howed Illmnelf alive after Ills anion by many Infallible pruufi speakIngdom of God And being assembled together with them commanded them that they should not depart from Jerusalem but wall for the promise of the Father which aalth He ye have heard of Met For John truly baptlied with water lIolyOholt6 When they therefore wrrr come together they asked of Him saying lord wilt thou lit this time restore agulu the kingdom to Isreal 7 And Ho said unto them It Is not for you to know the time or time seasons which the Father hath put In Ills own uwtr I But ye shall receive power nUn that the Holy Clhoit is come upon you and ye shall be witnesses unto me both In Jeru Salem and In all Judea and In Hamarla snit unto the uttermost part of the earth 9 And when He had spoken these things wane they beheld He was taken UIi and a cloud received Him out of their sight And while they looked steadfastly toward Heaven as lie went up brhuld Iwo men stood by them In while apparel II Which also said Ye men of Gallicwhy stand ye gating up HeavenT this youIntooer a1 ye have seen Him go Into Heaven IXIIDK TKXTlXVhllp He nlereil Itivm He was psirlril from lli m and rurrlril ui lute brntrn lukr Ulini- NOTKH AND COMMKNTH IlealdeN the lesson text printed nliuvt rend also the lurnunt in luke chapter 34 verses 44J3 II will bo noted thnt halls of llitM Hicount nro goes by IhlIallll writer luke having been the author of time book of AsIs well us of the innpel at luke Mat hew and Join In their Gospel do not nt nit mention the ceiiMlon of Christ The fact was well knows nail needed no comment an far us those for whom those two OsalHhI wire originally written acre concerned Murk allot uhf verse Murk 1010 to thin mere xtntcmunl that after time Lord hush spoken unto them lie was received up Into Hcnven and ant on the right hiind of 0oil The 11 verses In Acts mnjr be treat ed under the following hernia The Work llegun vs 11- A Commandment and a rromlvs I MlThe e The Work llrgunThe Hook of Acts Is merely a continuation or sequel of the Gospel according to luke Luke says that In his Gospel he Indicated toIwhen lilt bodily presence left the workioff of human limitation IA Commandment and Promise On Thursday May 18 A I 30 or just 40 days after the resurrection of JIIIUII there was a meeting of time disciples not alone the apoatlea with their Master In Jertmalem From the city He led them out to the Mount of Olives near Bethany The commandment of Jesus was that the dlsclplea wait In Jerusalem for the promise of the Father It la well to sitingIsduty of walling la juat as obligatory aa the duty of doing both In their season The disciples did not know how long they were to walt they were to wait for the promise and the waiting period extended slowly along until a week had passed The prom SpiritWhyanswer to thin question Is Indicated In a little Incident that occurred lm mediately before the ascension Time apostle asked Jesus If nt lint time lie was to restore again the king don to Israel The question showed that these chosen ones atlll had a lingering hope ofan earthly king dom of Christ Hut Jesus replied that they were not to know the time and the seasons This knowledge was In the keeping of noel Almighty alone IJut the work of establish Ing His kingdom a spiritual king dom on earth was theirs The gift of the Holy Spirit would mean pow er for the disciples In extending the kingdom The Ascension After making the promise of the Holy Spirit and Indicating the line of their work wit nessing at horne and abroad whelIever they should go He was up and a cloud received Him out of their tight And Into the sky the dlsclplcH looked but they saw their Lord no more The Second Coming After Jesus departure two angels In the form of men stood with the assembled com pany who called their thoughts back to earth and present duty and this promise was given to comfort them This same Jesus which In taken up from you Into Heaven shall so come in like manner as ye have seen Hlm go Into Heaven The earth shallsagain see its Lord face to face in Ills bodily presence queer idea of Chivalry- In India where women have always been drudges the deference paid by Englishmen to ladles Is always a mat ter of curious interest An educated Mohammedan gentleman was talking to an old resident of the Punjab who has written on the subject Said tbest Mohammedan Now that the queen is dead will you Englishmen take off your hats to ladles When told cer taialy this would be done and asked why he made the InquIry he said Wo ntoell ills fLM Vawa I JOHN BRENT I4 Maj Theodore Winthrops Great f7 StoryHorses Hunting and Adventures in the West CHAlTKU XXIXContlnued llrent lid jlldilulphl IIhMlIlJlhII surely Thcro could Ih no ing Ihnt blonde manly Blunt re lapsed malt Into modified Angli cism of dress but walking freely nlong witli step that remembered the prairie lint Unit pale fcclilo fellow hang lug on the others urnil Could that bo ilohn llrint 1 Ho was slouching nlnng look tho ground cnivworn dejected innn It cost tine a sharp pmg to see lilY brllltiint friend so vanquished by u sorrow III 11111111rllhIIng systematically nt right tables In the coffeeroom were startled ut atrapidity of movement quite unknown to tin precincts of Smorley and lIchI of tieight choked tamer IIH 1111Irl It oxtnll salmon mutton brand Klght waiters caught III the tact of saying Yesslrl Drcctly Blrl weir llkcnlrc shocked Into inomcn limy paralysis I dashed across the street knock lug tho nosehug off the forlorn nose of n hungry cabhorse nnd Inld my hand on my frlcndit shoulder He turned In the hasty nervous nmn tier of n innn who In expecting wiine thing nnd excited with waiting than half Inclined to let 1111I pass said You have not writ tit I hud no right to suppose you alit 4 could only write to pnln you nail myself I hints not found her I am Ian rdly nllvc Mlnill not Ion t be- Come said lllddnlpli with Ida old friendly cheery innnner now Hint Wade linn joined nn We will have n fresh dart and better luck Walk on with fie Wade null llrent will tell you wluil we him hero doing Why Mhnuld I tiro him with the weary story of a fruitless search sold limit It was the tuime utterly disheart ened thinner tho IUIIIIR tone of tie Hmlr Hint hail so affected me that evening on the plain of Fort Hridgor Not finding wlioni ho sought wnn mndilng him now lui losing her crushed him then Hut I thought by what n Mrangc and fearful mercy f our despair of that desolate time land been changed to joy Coming newly to the fact of Innn I could not sir St no darkly an It was present to him A grout confidence nwoko in me that our old partnership renewed would prosper I determined not to yield to Ids mood Your search then IB absolutely fruitless wild L ell If she In not tlrail oho mist hare forgotten I ns lit ale n woman to forget wtld llrent mimed n little by my wilful enlumny Like other women I snp ose You must have forgotten the worn nn wo met and wived anti hind for our comrade to think no I rejoiced nt the Indignation I had ntlrrrd Why then lass she never writ- ten1 I queried I am sure as faith that site has but that her father has cunningly suppressed her letters Ilie name lias occurred to me The poor old fellow ashamed of his Mormon life would very likely Iw un willing that any one who knew of It should be Informed of his where fthoiilnHe night too have nn undlscrlm hinting senile terror of any letter going to America lest It nhould net Danltcs upon his track nn n rene gnde He might fear that we would take his daughter front him There ore twenty suppositions to make will not accept that of death nor of neglect t No wild Illddiilph dead people call not hide away their bodies an living can You know that they art In Eng land They lolled In Liverpool from the Screw There they dlsapjicnred Illddiilph took me to Clltheroe up to the old Hall A noble place It In It in jmelry to laic been born there J do not wonder Mr Clltheroe loved It You nuts go down with me Wade i Moon nn tho season In over said Illddiilph wish I could quarter you In town llrent In with me lint you will dine with nn every day when you have nothing better to do and be nt home with nn always I can give you flnpjackn nail molasses Tn ramie fashion Thnnk you my dear fellow You III II lit not think says Hrcnt thnt I went tip to Clltheroe even fat lllronn hospitality Wo were both on the search nil through the color try Wo thought Mr Clltheroe might have betaken himself to n coalmine ngain We discovered the very moue where he formerly worked They re tiuinbercd him well Thin order gen rriitlon of those grimy people well re menibered Jentleninn Hugh and his daughter little Lady Kllen and the rough follows avail their rough wives hand n hundred stories to tell of the jieuutlfiil gentle hlltlhllw shu had been n good angel to theta anti al ready n protectress to he father In the olllee too of the coalmine mils wnyn faithful honest respected and gentlemiui It was Interesting to Jiavo nil his sad story confirmed ho told It to yon the night of Jake Shamberhilns ball but ItItlcl pot help our starch Then wp en tlaged ItH scope and followed out cv cry line of travel from Liverpool and la London the great monster Wit draws In all the prosperous and theC ruined the rich to spend and the poor to big Wu have hail some queer and some romantic adventures In our search eh llrent Some rather comic mn a nwayn weve overhauled sold llld dulph hut well tell you of themI Wade when we are In good spirits ngiiln mil with our fugitives by un hear whut pains we tool for their And all thin while you have found no trace said One slight trace only replied my friend enough to Identify them ills appearing among thuHe million of London We found a porter at tillI Iaddlngton Htatlon who had neon u young lady and an old mun stepping front a tlilrdchiBN eurrlago of u III hl train Yon see sir suld thin 1111111I he evidently hud n heart under his corduroyn I nmrkud the old nail the young woman she WIII tllIlIlChterlywith him Ive got a little girl of my own and mayhap Hhal route out old and wenkly 111111I shell have to look after me It was gray of the morning when thuI train come In There wnrnt ninny pasHcngers It was cold winter weather the month of February I should say The young womansho load dark hair and looked an If she was ono to go through thick south thllllIhl jumped out of the car riage where site hind been scttln nil that cold night tad gave the old gout lair hand I hoard her call him Father and tell him to take care and he hail need He seemed to be stilt with cold Ho suds an old gent such us you dont see every day Ho had n long white hearth n kind of swallowtail haul Ills clothes tow was strange He lied n long say topcoat grayish and bluish with a cups of the same over his shoulders stud brass buttons stamped with an eagle A mlllngtnry coat It wan 1 iihcd to see such cents on the sentinels In Fnince when went over to dig on this Chalong Hallway Tho old gent locked like n foreigner with his swallow tall beard and that inlllngtnry coat hut there was an Kngllshman under the coat If I known cm And the young woman sir wax KnglUh I dont believe theres tinysuch taut of Old Kngland It must bo they I cried I saw him In that verycost tramping up and down like a hunted mUll benlila the wagons that were to take him from Fort inrumh- eout did Hint completes the idea tification lint what good This was n train of them In Iinilon MI In a nallorn rill on a surge n token of n sailor sunk and lying somewhere under the gray waste of sin We lost them again utterly With nuch talk we had descended from Trafalgar Square gone down Whitehall turned In at the Horse iiiards and cronlng Green Purk hind come out upon Hyde Park Cor nor It was thus very top moment of tho London season The world all sunshine nail smiles and splendor ApIof eager busy ptoplo The Park blosftomrd with gay crowds Hut tinder all this laughing surface I nnw with my mimIIJe two solitary fig urns slowly lnklnir away and drown lug drearily two figures solitary ex cept for each othera pale coma woman with gray steady ryes lead Ing a vague old man with a white hearth ouch n long military surtout Lost ntterlyl said Brent again as If In answer to my thought No sold I shaking off his de 1 101111 ell 1 We have seemed to lose her twice more desi crntcly than tow It looked darker when we left them at Fort Ilrldger much darker when we knew that those rulllann had trot time nnd sauce that start of us dark riot of all when poor Pumps fell dead In Luggerncl Alloy Searching In n Christian city Is another thing than our agonized chase In the wilderness 41 Christian city said Brent with a slight shudder You do not know what this Christian city Is for a friendless woman There are brutes here HMfltHiind more numerous than In all barbarism together Many time in my searches up nail down the foul slums of London I have longed to exchange their wnlls for the walls of Luggcrnel Alleyand endure again the frrnry of our gallop there You think me weak perhaps Wide for my doubt of success but remem her that I have beet at this search over Hnglnnd and on the Con uncut for five mouths lIIdl11111p11although we have found no clew Cave It npl cried llrent with for vor I Ilve for that alone When time hopo ends I end How worn he looked with grief thats beantyn canker Life was wasting front him ax It ever does when man pursues the elusive ouch nn attained When a mint like Hrent once voluntarily concentrates sill hi soul nn one woman worthy of his love hcnccftrrth he must have love for dilly food or life burns dine rood Is a dying tIIl1l1- 1rOlIIl1rrow said I halting at the Park curlier I must be at work set ting my business In motion I hnv letters to write thin evening filch q dozen of famous mechanicians to see tomorrow In the evening we twill put our heads together again CUAl11t XNN LONDON Shorts Cutoff shut nil other NOb- it jeeK from my hejid next woriililg It WOK on Innqvatlon n revolution Mankind objects to both It came from Anurlcii nnd though America has given tobacco womans rights the potato model yachts model Stutea and trotting horses to the World that World still distrusts our work as boyish We In tura deem the Old World a niece child and our youth based on a complctcr ma turity than they will uttnln for half millennium Shorts Cut ulT was so simple that puzzled everybody consulted half u dozen eminent engineers Very pretty Indeed they said lad at oncu turned tho conversation lo the exploaioim on Western rivers iud ever beet blown u11 How Jld It fecll Hut n to Khorts Cutoff they onlyI thought it a neat contrivance but evidently by u person who did not ompruhcnd intricate machinery I took It to n man of another order Kngland Is the worlds machineshop was KnglandH chalet engineer A grout man ho was laid clash IIOWc A freeman who recognized the his country nod genius everywhere nu lust brother Ho understood Shorts Cutoff at glance How I wish old Short could hoveI been there to see this grout IIIl1nsI eye glow wll enthusiasm as he said Admirable This In what we have all bunt waiting for Pedlham must see this We must Lava It In every engine In Knglund Command my services to aid in making It known Can you recommend me said I presently n thorough mechanic I want soon more models mode of these valves stud machinery to illus trate their action You must go to Pndlham the best arlUiin know In all ICngland Worth Mjflng for himself as the man whom you name best among these millions of craftsmen Pndlhnm U the man Ho ought to have nnmo and fame Ho might If ho clause Worth knowing ngnln for thlll rare abnegation He U nn oddity Sotto unlucky mode of life stunted him mind and bony until he wan u mature matt He Is dwarfed in IKTSOII and fancies his mind suffers too It makes him n little gruff to feel that he U n man of tools and not of principles a me chanic tot n philosopher There Is nothing of morbidness or disappoint ment In him Only he underrates himself and fannies his powers blunted by his deformity fir keeps out of the tvuyamt works mote In n little shop lie will only do special jobs for me and one or two others lie says he would be our equal If he were fttil grown We deem him our peer and treat him as suet but he will not count tacit and lake the place he could have at once before the world I thought of him toad wished htm to see this Cutoff as soon an you showed It to me You must tell him I sent you or he may be surly nt first and so drive you awayor per haps refuse to do your work I think can make my way with Much II jicrnon but If not I will use your name Where in he to be found Thin In his address An outofthe way place yon MC If you know Lon don A bystreet on the Surrey side of tilt Thanes lIe in well to do but lives there for a special economy lie hits n method of charity which is like himself thoroughly original More good he tines in his old way than any man I know He owns the whole house over hiM shop and uses It as n private hospital or hospice for poor but worthy sick and broken down people Ills own dwarflshness makes him sympathetic lest Instead of souring It softens him to the feeble lIe may perhaps feel n transitory resentment nt big strong fellows like you and me but he is nlwayn tender to the weak Ills wonderful knowledge of machinery comes Into play III his hospital From the machines plan makes he lane pasted to n magical knowledge of the finest machine of all The human body Tho machine thnt Invents and ex ccutes machine the human Imdy the most delicate mechanism of sill the type of all its own Inventions Padlhum achieves magical cures He Is working by practice and lately by study Into profound surgical skill There Is no man in Kngland whom I would trust to mend me 1f1 broke as I would Padlhnm He avengen himself upon Nature for not perfecting him by restoring IIhr breakages Why do you not sug gist to him to become n professed impairer of mankind I have suggested it He says he must take his own way Besides mechanics can unrulysiarr him Many of my own Inventions have stayed In embryo In my hrnln if Padllnim had not helped me out I tnlk over my schemes to him he catches the Idea and puts it into format once You Interest me very notch said I I nniHt see the nine nod know 1him for my own sake as well as for Cutoff miil care lac does not thrive you pray In n huff Youll fluid him n roughhewn lilt I went nt once A man who land warred with Pikes nt the Foolonncr Mine to nothing of other ruder 1C1111MlltltII was tint to be baffled so- ho trusted by n surly genius AH I walked through the crush the streets ngnln there came to that vision of the old man nod his daughter lost in the press more sadly lost store vainly seeking refuge lure Hian in the desert solitudes Vhert we hall found them To be continued Prof Hodge of Clark university es Imntes that toads are worth 1988 each for their work as destroyers of citworniB He thinks the propagation of toads would solve the gypqmoth probleq SPIRITUAL WORKERS Dr Talmage Uses Bunting as an Illustration of Gospel Truth Urge All ChrUllan Workers to ta crrnird KlilclKr and Tell Hotr Much Effort at Doing loud Kails Copyright by Louts Klopich N T In this discourse Dr Talmage urges Christian workers to increased fidelity and shows how much effort at fulls through lack ofI adroitness text Genesis 109 He before the Lordwas a mighty hunter In our day hunting Is a spurt but In the lands and the times Infested of wild beasts It was a matter of life or death with the people It was very dif ferent from going out on a sunshiny afternoon with a patent breechloader- to shout reed birds on the flats when Pollux and Achilles and Dlomedes went out to clear the land of lions andI panthers and bears Xenophon grew eloquent in regard to the art of hunt Ing In the far east people elephant mounted chased the tiger Francis I was called the father of hunting And Moses in my text sets forth NImrod as a hero when it presents him with broad shoulders and shaggy apparel and sun browned face and arm bunched with muscle a mighty hunt er before the Lord 1 think he used the bow and the arrows with great success practicing archery have thought If it is such a grand thing and such a brave thing to clear wild beasts out of n country if it is not a better and a braver thing to hunt down and destroy those great evils of society that are stalking the land with fierce eye nail bloody paw and sharp tusk and quick spring I have won tiered if there Is not such a thing as Gospel archery bywhich those who have been lying from truth may be captured for God and Heaven The Lord Jesus In Ills sermon used the art of angling for an Illustration when He sold will make you fishers of liien And so I think I have authority for using hunting as an illustration of Gospel truth and I pray God that there play be many a man enlisted in the work who shall begin to study Gospel archery of whom it may after awhile be said lie was a mighty hunter before the Lord How much awkward Christian work there is done in the worldl How many good people there are who drive souls away from Christ instead of bringing them to Him All their fingers are thumbs religious blunderers who upset more than they right Their gun line a crooked barrel and kicks as it goes off They ore like a clumsy comrade who goes along with skillful hunters At the very moment he ought to be most quiet he is crackling an alder or falling over a log and frightening away the game How few Christian people have ever learned how the Lord Jesus Christ at the well went from talking about a cupful of water to the most practical religious truths which won the womans soul for God Jesus In the wilderness was breaking bread to the people I think it was very good bread It was very light bread and the yeast had done its work thoroughly Christ after He had broken the bread said to the peo pIe Beware of the yeast or of the leaven of the Pharisees So naturals transition it wits and how easily they all understood hunt But bow few Christian people there are who understand how to fasten the truths of God and religion to the souls of meal The archers of olden time studied their art They were very precise In the matter The old books gave spe coal directions as to how an archer should go and as to what an archer should do lie must stand erect and firm his left foot a little In advance of the right foot With his left hand he must take hold of the bow In the middle and then with the three fingers and the thumb of his right hand he should lay hold the arrow and affix it to the string no precise was the di rectlon given But how clumsy we are about religious work How little skill and care we exercise How often our arrows miss the mark I am glad that there are Institutions established in many cities of our land where men Zany learn the art of doing good studying spiritual archery and become known as mighty hunters before the Lord In the first place If you want to effectual In doing good you must be rery sure of your weapon There was something very fascinating about the archery of olden times Perhaps you do not know what they could do with the hOt and arrow Why the chief 1bnttles fought by the English Planta genets were with the longbow They would take the arrow of polished wood and feather it with the plume of a bird and then it would fly from the bowstring of plaited silk The bloody fields of Agincourt and SolwayMoss and Nevilles Cross the thrum of the archers bowstring Now my Christian friends we have mightier weapon than that It is arrow of the Gospel it is a sharp arrow It is a straight arrow it isfeath ered from the wing of the dove of Clods spirit it flies from a bow made put of the wood of the cross It has brought down 400000000 of souls Paul knew how to bring the notch off thnt arrow on to the bowstring and Us whirr woe heard through the Core Inthjnn theaters and through the courtroom until the knees of Felix knocked together It WQS that arrow that stunt In Luthers heart when he cried cult Oh my sins Oh my sins If It strike a man in the head U kills his skepticism If It strike him to the heel U will turn his step if it strikes him In the heart he throws up his hands qs did one of old when wounded In the battle crying Galilean thou lust conquered In the armory of the earl of Pea 1llw broke there are old corseletkV whichI show that the arrow of the used to go through the breastplate through the body of the warri or and out through the bookplate WJaat a of that Gospel which is iharp relngIbody and of the joints and ranrrwwl Would to God we had more faith in that Gospel The humblest man In the world if he hid enough faith in it could bring a hundred souls to Christ perhaps 600 Just in proportion us this age seems to believe less and lens in it I believe more mind more in it What are men about that they will accept their own deliverance There Is soothing proposed by men that can do anything like this Gospel Again If you want to bo skillful in spiritual archery you must hunt in unfrequented and secluded places Why does the hunter go three or four days In the Pennsylvania for eats or over Kaquette lake Into the wilds of tho Adirondacks It Is the only way to do The deer are shyI and one bang of tho gun clears the forest From the California stage you see as you go over the plllln8I here nod there a coyote trotting slung almost within range of the gun sometime quite within range of it No one cores for that It is worthless The good game is hidden and secluded Every hunter knows that So satiny of the souls that will be of most worth for Christ and of most value to the church are se cluded They do not come In our way You will have to go where they are Yonder they are down in that cellar Yonder they are up In that garret far away from the door of any church The Gospel arrow has not been pointed at them The tract distributor and the city missionary sometimes just catch a glimpse of them as a hunter through the trees gets a momentary sight of a par tridge or roebuck The trouble is we are waiting for the game to come to us We are not good hunters We are standing on some street or road expecting that the timid antelope will come up and eat out of our hand We are expecting that the prairie fowl will light on our church steeple It Is not their habit If the church should wait 10000000 of years for the world to come In and be saved it will wait In vain The world will not come What the church wants now is to lift its feet from damask ottomans and put them in the stirrups The church wants not so many cushions as It wants saddlebags and arrows We have got to put aside the gown and the kid gloves and put on the hunting shirt We want a pulpit on wheels We have been fishing so long in the brooks that run under the shadow of the church that the fish know us and they avoid the hook and escape as soon as we come to the bank while yonder is Upper Saranac and Dig hoppers lake where the first swing of the Gospel net would break it for the multitude of the fishes There is outside work to be done What in It that I see in the backwoods It is a tent The hunters have made a clearing and camped out What do they care if they have wet feet or if they have nothing but a pine branch for a pillow or for the northeast storm If a moose In the darkness steps Into the lake to drink they hear it right away If n loon cry In the midnight they hear it So in the service of God we have exposed work We have got to oamp out and rough it We are putting all our care on the comparatively few people who go to church What are we doing for the millions who do not come Have they no souls Are they sinless that they need no par don Are there no dead In their houses that they need no comfort Are they cut off from God to go into eternity no wing to bear them no light to cheer them no welcome to greet them I hear today surging up from the lower depth of our cities a groan that comes through our Christian assemblages and through our beautiful churches and it blots out all thIs scene from my eyes today as by the mists ofII great Ni agara for the dash and the plunge of these great torrents of life dropping down Into the fathomless and thundering abysm of suffering and woe I sometimes think that just as God blotted out the churches of Thy atlra and Corinth and Lnodicea because of their sloth nnd stolidity ho- will blot out American and English Christianity and raise on the ruins a stalwart wideawake missionary church thnt can take the full mean ling of that command 1Go ye into 008peltand is baptized shall be saved but damnedIwith A throne of Heaven and a dun geon of hell I remark further if you want to succeed in spiritual archery you must hate courage If the hunter stands with trembling hand or shoulder that tnklngIhim What would become of the Greenlander if when out hunting for the bear he should stand shivering with terror on nn iceberg What would have become of Du Challlu nnd Livingstone in the African thicket with a faint heart and a weak knee When a panther comes within 20 paces of you and it has its eye on you and it has squatted for the fearful spring Steady there Courage 0 ye spiritual archers There are great monsters of iniquity prowling nil around about the community Shall we sot in the strength of God go forth and combat them We not only need more heart but more backbone What is the church of God that it anIgal tiger of drunkenness that prowls roud ftfid instead of attacking it tow many of Ufj hide under the church pew or thJ commhnlon table There Is no mucJi invested in it wo are afraid to aniiault it Millions of dollars in barrel in vats In spigots In corkscrews in gin palaces with marble floors and Italian top tables and chased ice coolers and in the strychnine and tho logwood and the tartaric acid and the nux vomlea that go to make up our pure American drinks I looked with wondering eyes on the Heidelberg tun It is tho great liquor vat of Germany which Is said to hold 800 hogsheads of wine and only three times in 100 years it has been filled Hut as I stood and looked at It I said to myself That Is nothing 800 hogsheads Why our American vat holds 10200000 barrels of strong drinks and we keep 300000 men with nothing to do but to seo that it is filled Oh to attack the great monster of intemperance and the kindred mon sters of fraud and uncleanllness re quires you to rally all your Christian courage Through the press through the pulpit through the platform you must asault it Would to God that all our American Christians would band together not for crackbrained fanaticism but for holy Christian re forml I think it was in 1793 that there went out from Lucknow India greatesthuntinged There were 10000 armed men In that hunting party There were cam els and horses and elephants On some princes rode and royal ladies under exquisite housings and 500 coolies waited upon the train and the desolate places of India were in ended by this excursion and the rhi noceros and deer and elephant fell under the stroke of the saber and bullet After awhile the party brought back trophies worth 50000 rupees having left the wilderness of India ghastly with tho slain bodies of wild beasts Would to God that in stead of here and there a straggler going out to fight these great mon sters of iniquity in our country the millions of membership in our churches would band together and hew in twain these great crimes that make the land frightful with their roar and are fattening upon the bodies and souls of immortal men Who is ready for such a party as that Who will be a mighty hunter for the Lord- I remark again if you want to be successful in spiritual archery you need not only to bring down game but bring it in I think one of the most beautiful pictures of Thorwnld sen Is his Autumn It represents a sportsman coming home and stand Ing under a grapevine He has n staff over his shoulder anti on the other end of that staff are hung a rabbit and a brace of birds Every hunter brings home the game Xo one would think of bringing down n roebuck or whipping up a stream for trout nnd letting them lie in the woods At eventide the camp is adorned with the treasures of the forest beak and fin and antler If you go out to hunt for immortal souls not only bring them down un der the arrow of the Gospel but bring them into the church of God the grand home and encampment we have pitched this side the skies Fetch them in do not let them lie out in the open field They need ouv t prayers and sympathies nnd help That is the meaning of the church of Godhelp 0 ye hunters for the Lord not only bring down the game but bring it in t If Mlthridates liked hunting so well that for seven years he never went Indoors what enthusiasm ought we to hate who are hunting for immortal souls If Domltian practiced archery until he could stand a boy down in the Homan amphltheate with a hand out the fingers spread apart and then the king could shoot an a row between the fingers without wounding them to what drill and what practice ought we to subject ourselves in order to become spiritual archers and mighty hunters be fore the Lord But let me say you will never work any better than you pray The ohm archers took the bow put one end of It down beside the foot elevated the other end and it was the rule that the bow should be just the size of the archer If it were just his size then he would go into the battle with confidence Let me say that your power to project good In the world will correspond exactly to your own spiritual stature In other words the first thing in preparation for Christian work is person al consecrationOh walk with God A calm and heavenly frame A light to shine upon the road That leads me to the Lamb There is In a forest in Germany place they tall the deer leoptwo crags about 18 yards apart between them n fearful chasm This is called the deer leap because once a hunt er was on the track of a deer It came to one of these crags There was no escape lor it from the pur suit of thin hunter and in utter de spair it gathered itself up and in the death agony attempted to jump across Of course it fell mad was dashed on the rocks far beneath Here is a path to Heaven It is plain It is safe Jesus marks it out for every man to walk In But here Is n man who says I wont walk In that path I will take my own way He comes on up until he confronts the chasm that divides his soul from leaven Now his last hour has come and he resolves that he will leap from the heights of earth to the heights of Heaven Stand back now and give him full swing for no soul ver did that successfully Let him try Jump He misses the mark and he goes down depth below depth destroyed without remedy Men ingels devils What shall we call that place of awful catastrophe Let It be known forever as the souls ieath lest HOMESPUN FAIR The annual Homespun Fair will be hold Wednesday Juno 6th 1901 Room J Lincoln Hall In order to encourage Fireside In dustries and aid tier skillful frimNl- in finding a market for their wares Borea College will again hold tkp Homespun Fair which has been so successful in the past Rendour list of premiums thou- start that loom Even if you do ne take a premium you may hare a clinuco to sell something Entries must be made before 10 a m Commoncomont Day All goods entered for B premium must have been made since last Commencement Day Juno 1900 But any homemade goods which the owner desires to sell may bo dis plajed nt the Fair free of cost and the managers will do their best to ar range a sale Notice ulsp tho amount of goods called our premium lists Theso aro the lengths for which there is most demand PREMIUMS OFFERED 1st 2nd r Homespun Coverlets 42 00 St 00 Dimity Counterpane 2 00 1 00 All wool Jeans 10 vds 2 00 1 00 Cotton and Wool Jeans 10 yds 1 00 Linsoy Linen and Wool 10 ydH 2 00 100 Linsey Cotton and Wool lOjds 100 60 All wool Dress Flannel IO yds 2 00 100 Homespun All wool Blanket fit yds twilled 2 00 1 00 Homespun Blanket 5J ydn twilled cotton and wool 1 00 W Double weave Linen 10 Jdsi 200 100 Fi ud Linen 10 yds 1 50 7ii Plain Linen 10 yds 1 00 liO Hug Carpet a web 2 00 1 00 Buckeye Hats 1 00 60 Buckeye Baskets B- OAsliRiidlfs 25I 50 25 Wooden Fork and Spoon 50 2ii Handmade Chair 1 50 75I O0KnitHomespun yarnIindigo bluo or blue and white 50 25 Knit Mittens Homespun yarnJindigo blue andwhite 50 25 Competent judges will be secured and the manllgomentreslres the right to O only secondclass pro miums for secondclass articles when no first class ones have been entered For full particulars address Mns JENNIE LESTER HILL Borea Ky e The day is coming when from thel Kindergarten to the climax of busi ness or professional success boys and bylibrariesEdgar Wilson Dill Nyo BUY THE H NKBNESEWING MACHINE Do no bo deceived those who all- nertiso a COOO Sewing Machine for 2000 Plib of a machine can be bought from us or any of our dealers frott1500toeIS00- wE O MAKE A VARIETY THE NEW HOME IS THE BEST The Peal determines the strength orGweakness of tc Double Feed combined with otherbstrong points makes the New the best Sewing Machine to buy Wnte for CIRCULARS showing tho dlf fircnt Klylr Hewln Jlncldnrs wo mauuCicturcnudi rlcc3 before purchasing THE HEW HOME SEWING MACHINE CO ORANCC MASS 28 Union Sq N Y Chicago III Atlanta Go BU LouUMo DIIasTcxSan Francisco Cal FOR SALE 0YvTIll CITIZEX iieiea Ky I Guaranteed Salary of 9001 Yearly alert Hml women of jrooil addreu to represent forliftMlBrfKuaraiilced yearly extra commlwlormiml catabllhcdbauuto rcturu pleMant wrmnnentioaIUouandlittran income New I line Write III once STAFFOIIII IllKSS 23 Church St New Haven Coon 920 Correspondence Clay Countyi Mrssu Woods huts moved from the headof Otter Creek to near the mouth Tom Woods was hero Sunday on a visit to friends Henry Means was a guest of Mrs Hiuda Smallwood Sunday DavistJackson County Kcrbyknob Circuit court wosI held at McKee this week Oreen Johnson was convicted of forgery and sent to the penitentiary two years Rev H J Derthick preached at the Cave Spring Church Sunday Mr and Mrs Henry Click aro the happy parents of n Hue boyJohn W Cope and Mr J W Van Winkle both of Boron stopped over Thursday night Dougtothe ease against the Powell brothers and Frank Gay for burning the Pow ell schoolhouso Madison County Poytoiitown Ben Poyton and Ides Isaac Miller have purchased n new buggy each for the benefit of their best girls this summer James Buruam was in Kirksvillu Saturday Mrs Parsons of Wildie who has been visiting her sister here has gone to visit another sitter at Mnywood boo tore returning home Albert White was here from Cincinnati Sunday Ho returned Tuesday Her It II Mun day filled his regular appointment here last Suunay and in company with Rev J Farris was entertained by Mrs Julia Burnnin Wm Phelps son of Mr and Mrs Phelps was scalded to death in Indianapolis Sun day Mason County Mnysvillo Ilex R Butler of Lexington preached very interest ing sermon at the Plymouth Church Sunday morning11 If Humphrey Borea College made a welcome visit at the huh Street High School Friday morning Wo are always pleased to have former students visit usJohn and Miss Bettie Smith of Lew burg were married Saturday in our cityThe celebration of Doll Day by the pri mary department Friday was quite a success The prize for nicest dressed doll was awarded to Johu II Miller Johnson Lewis of 12 Fourth St met with a very painful accident Sat urday While trying to board a train ho fell and his foot was bruised so necessaryMrlargely attended Friday ereniuffat the lI E Church of the Rev James Walker oiliciated Dr Harrington who has recently located in our city is making a favorable im EmilyBrittonspent Sunday with Mrs Mary Straw er of Lawrence Creek Owsley County Gabbard J L and Meredith Gabbard visited Michael Gnbbard of Cow Creek Sunday Wheat looks cropThaovoacora ing some of the mud holes filled Some of tho boys of this place aro preparing to take tho county exami teachers at Booneville next Friday and Saturday Rev James Eversole of Manchester preached at Grassy Branch schoolhouse Sunday If you desire to here an honest and worthy paper for 50 cts Please sub scribe for the CITIZEN ono year and be convinced The warm days and showers have caused the timber on our hills to look very beautiful W Gabbard had a log rolling Friday Farmers are in a rush to crops plantedCircuit court con at Boonville next tokII C abbard went to South Fork Mon Pleasant Gabbard who has een very low for some time is not much betterA C Gabbard is visit ing R W Mintorthis weekMr and Mrs Carter Bowman of Fish Creek visited Mr and Mrs C B Gabbard SundayRockcastle County Conway James Dobbs is pros on his farm for gold and si- lerThere is a coal mine on the farm of H E GllddWo hope the CIT ZEN will receive many subscribers its n good paper for rile homeYour correspondent attended church at Creek Sunday Corn planting WesloyCrouchorandMiss Thursday Dlftpiitnntn There was service SundayBornlins a fine boyH E Joy of Scaffold Cane visited Clear Creole SII- IIdayHlr Nimrod Smith is seriously ill0 51 Payne has been on o visit to relatives in Madison county Mrs O J Abnoy is regaining her No More Vermin and its Attending EYi1S Our Peorless Poultry and Animal will positively rid fowls and animas of lice and germs of every kind It is worth many times its Costs but little No trouble to uso Lasts for years Big Inducements to Agents B CODDINQTON Co Berea Ky a THE CITIZEN BEREA KYMAY 16 1901 q Inmlth Miss Mary Owens left for Brush Crook Tuesday for a visit of some weeks Geo Purkoy of Davis DlsputantnDIED here of consumption April 27th iu his 21th year It is a joy to all his fittial was at Scaffold Cano Rockford Miss Mary S Wat sou is very low with puounionin fever H S Voalall hRS rented tho farm belonging to tho Alex Mobley heirs veryis WIstorehouse it will bo much larger occupiesAlIcedcently returned from IllinoisMrs Hunt of Brondle Ridge is visiting friends III Couway Wo wero not sur trisel to hear of tho marriage of Dr Lewis and Miss Lena Jones last week Mrs Rosa Grunt of Davis Branch is lucre on n visit to her homo Frank Parker and wifo have returned from visit to Laurel county There was largo congregation nt tho Communion services at Fnirviow Church Sunday Tho marriage of Leo Wron to Miss larlydayJed Church at Scaffold Cane Sunday r REPORTERS CORRESPONDENTS or WRITERS Wanted everywhere Stories noun ideas poems articles ad vance news drawing photographs purchasedArticleslocation Books published SOUl for particulars and full information before sending articltsIThe Bulletin Press Association New York THE MARKETS l1 A O NORMAN t CO CINCISSATI nay 1- 1CATTLECommon250 i Sa2 Butchers 75500Shippers450 Qb 510 CALVES Choice 150 r 550 Largo Cotnmon300 VI 100- HoosTCominon J 25 fillli 05 Fair good lit ht510 Iff 5W II Packing555u fifiOi SHEEP Good to choice 375 gj 125 Common to fair 250 11 350- insGoodLU to choice 485 jri 515 4Common to fuir2i75 i 475 WHEATNO 2 Rid 77 rr 7S UoRsNo 2 mixed J7 OATSNo i 30 UnNo 2 50 trn 61 FLOUR Winter patent 370 M fancy81oi jooIII Family240 fill MILL FEEn1650 fti HAyNo1 Timothy 14 25 fP II 50 No2 1225 tf 1275 No1 Clover 1025 1075 Xo2 900 9WI LARD Prime steam 785 i 795 DRY SALT MEATS Clear sides 837 Short ribs 8230 Shoulders 325 Clea bellies 11 to SOlb 803 Q 87iiI BAcovShort clear sides 875 ribsU 8G3 Clear bellies 885 91S 111POULTrYSpringers per lb 20 25 Fryers 10 J 12 Heavy hens 8 Light bensII 9 Roosters 5 Turkey hens 7 Tomsu 0 Ducks Eoas Fresh near by 11 Goose HIDES Wot salted j 7 No 1 dry salt 9 10 II Bull 5 t 6 Lamb skins 10 60 TALLOW Prime city 5j fa Ls Country 4J 5a 1VooLUnwasbelmedium 17 Q 18 Washed long 22 it 23 Tub washed 22 fh 25 FEATHERS Geese new nearly white 42 4gray to average 14 Q JO Duck colored to white 28 35 Chicken white nc quills 15 Turkey body dry 12 15 THE HOME Klllcd by Mm QIUCB J linlruelor In Domcstlo Science Ikrca College Fruit IroHorvlnjr JELLIES JAne AND JULY GOOSE IDtIlRUShousokeop1lrjam It is n great mistake to put off making currant jelly till the end of tho season for the best jolly is made of currants not perfectly ripo ripoIshould bo taken not to cook sugar loD as this will darken fruit and causoit to candy Some persons are very sue cessful in making currant jolly by merely heating tho sugar in tho and tins boiled twenty minutes adding tho sugar and leav ing it over the lira until tho su gar is thoroughly dissolved Tbf makes tho jolly of II beautiful Colo fwd delicate flavor but it is not lUlU ally so firm as that rondo by twolltyItldmpItho safe rule The bestially bag is made of now flannel Take n square of flannel and fold it to makdn double three cornered piece sow up one side this loaves a Illru oiHiiing by which to put in tho fruit and the juico will nil run to tho point the weight of tho fruit pressing it out Do not squeeze the bag Very little juice can bo gained in way and what is will bo of an inferior quality It will not pay for the labor Currant and applo jollies are tho easiest to make ns they nro the sur Ielptothin Much of tho jollies in tho mar kut is mado from stockwith flavoring of various ands to justify hoIover used A delicious raspberry jolly may bo nude by using one quart of currants to a pint of rappbeirien Pick over tho fruit leaving currants on stein but taking out all leaves Mush tho currants and put theta over tho firo to scald then pour thorn hot into tho hag Take tho juice that runs raspberriesanother bag Let hath hang over thoIsurntowoll before putting tho sugar ins it must boil twenty minutes at least g l the augur and let boil ten minutes longer skim carefully i if the juice dOts not look clear the white of an egg bo addisl Crabapples make firm and palat able jelly Tho Siberian crabnpplea nro easily obtained and nru fine in flavor but if one can got them the wild crabapples tho sour green things that grow on thorny trees in this country give best satisfaction They have a spicy flavor anti a pleas ant acid which nro particularly de lightful to invalids Tho juico of the crabapple of either kind may bo used for jelly with that of other fruit suchas peach raspberry or cherry will give firmness without Injur lug tho flavor Tho proportion maybe left to tho taste of the jellymaker Good HousekeepingTo WANTKI C pWe reliable renon In every eountytouprtentlergeempnyufolldflnAmdal tluleryutondsllexpenctrnithtbona flde ileOtilte iMlary tin ennl mlvlon mUry told eath tUtunUy eJlIIelOon iulriine each week TANIAH1J llOUdKVl Deiiuwn1 ST UIIICAGO 50 YEAR- OfXPEnlENCE ITnAOE Aenaworm 4IIrnd0wre Ilnnma- yqIeel u pna n fre an INre le I r hrn4Ma r mmmnla tkm trwlr no fi lUmltxotnn Iatrctl f end fIM I1 i fvr njrinr fonts Inlrnii ru amen Iu reclvS Ipa lJu I cearae m rte deti ic Jlmerican Aanoaow r Ill trnie prklr laraet Ire al1 n ttufUltto jwruaL jernn II a inntiIL5o1ObyallnewarAlerah9Uflfl Urtnrti ontco BO F EU Wulilnnon J1U BEREA COLLEGEFounded Places the Best Education in Reach of All Over 25 Teachers 700 Students from 20 Stales nestICollege Library in Kentucky NO SALOONS Trade SchoolsCarpentry Printing Housework Nursing two years Model SchoolsGeneral Education and fitting for advanced courses For those sufficiently advanced to get a teachers certificate Applied Science Two years course with Agriculture for young men and Domestic Science for young ladies Normal Gourde Two years with practice teaching Academy Course Four years fitting for College for business nnd College Course Literary Philosophical Classical for life Music Reed Organ Choral free Vocal Piano Theory We are hero to help all who will help themselves toward a Christian education Our instruction is a froo gift Students pay a small incidental foe to meet expenses of the school apart from instruction and must also pay for board in advance Expenses for term 12 weeks may bo brought within 12400 about fU to be paid in advanceisThe school is endorsed by Baptists Congregationnlist Disciples Method iota Presbyterians and good people of all denominations advice address the VicoPresidontir foGEO THE SCHOOL tilled bY J WUIimnoro Wean of the Nor mal Ucnartmcnt llcrra College Unrealized Hopes Hundreds of teachers began their work in tho schoolroom eat Se tom 1elighlfuli Unrealizedhopesare tho causes of these So various thater hopegher butt there are waiting words of solace and encouragement Mistakes have bona mado Yes or 111111Ichildren who are always making mis takes Angola in the schoolroom Oulyran alllimisIsym pathize and steady other wavering wandering feet cnroIestimate of tutu morn responsibilities uoIdren who havo lConllwnrflltHtuuttll uyIt teiichew harm not tho pricking conscience to drive them to givo up their rNlivoIn HH courage amid fill their places by men and wo roan worthy of it But for others to whom tho summer seems ollla mockery bo luartednlflliIgo r those who imvo striven with all their outiHIIchIthe past your has been full of failures llUIMo the outstretched hand of uplift and encouragement lift is too complex for any ninglo individual to accept all the reHultliIaro ways at work in shaping events about ulllhrltalllicaum o our greatest pression But allowing for nil this aIprobing introspection and review of thi past will reveal no much that woI errorrwe droopsWbnthlmH truth unjlinciliitjly Look every mistake Acknowledgethem others if need lro Get tho fullll81OnI tho past holds for you leave It Clinging to the of an unhappy past or brooding oorI tho might huvo been never yet roo doomed a wrong or prepared the heart for n better luturoIheaven U not raaithnl by a dntle bound we bulM the IwUrr b which wr rtxVnsm the lowly earth In the Taullnl tUt And mount to UIItUb1I1IUtJUII1 by rnund Primary Education The Story Tellers Art Is not so common that many writers havo it Only now and then na Author shows it unmistakably Rev Charles SHELDON tho author ofIt In Ills Is tt writingis Malcolm Kirk one of his stories which will scon ap- peAr In this is as fascinating as any novel Beyond this Its influence Is most wholesome The first I chapters will be printed soon 1 THE FARM llted by C MinoK ITofftwor ot Horti culture Ilcrca College Fnrni Poultry UniOllT ILLINOIS WOMANS JIKT1IOD Farmers as u general rule pay tew littlo attention to the raising of poul 1 try Ono may travel for inileH and- IIcarcely sea n farm whore aught elso Istthink ho has done well if ho ha cleaned tho henhouse once or twice n year amid BO this part of tho farm t work is in mOt cases turned over to V 1 the womenfolks and children who from force of habit keep right on raising tho soma scrub fowls your mutter Perhaps my experience may help some of these My father has been n fancy poultry brooder ovor IIbegan with tho common chickenn and soon concluded Id try some other rnriutp lluvo had Plymouth Rocks then Doininiiies thou Light Bruh inns and finally the Limgnlmu and though tho others urn good we like tho Black Lnngslmn best of till huvo had thorn for four years nnd now tho good man takes as much pride in althoughlunothing in poultry they being small ImnIylIIlasiro to sit than other Anilities and are mothIore are of largo size mid mnturu early In fnct are the ideal fowls for general oursyour buy roosters from omo reliable poultry breeder one for each J5 IIOUH Sot two or moro hunt at once in covered hazes marking both boxes amid and each morning lift tlimn off feud anti water and tee that thoy get back each on her own noat Whu hatched I give JX chickoiiM to a hen anti sat tho others ngain Feed bread and milk or water tho flntt few days five times a day thou corn meal nnd wheat Sot bOil from March till none after Soil most of tho earliest cockerels for 1th of July broil era With n littlo extra cure Imvo had tlmoIuemo 7 pounds apiece before Thanksgiving lout year Tho Lang sham lays a very large floMh colored egg During hutching season we sell hOOllIpriceForturkeys rnining from 10 to 80 each year from four lions nnd n gobbler I set tho first laying of nil tho buns under chicken lions nnd two of tho turkey lions nnd give these young turks all to tho turkey mothers sot egg as nearly at ono time ns possible Chicken home will not stay with young turkeys rw long ns in needful while tho turkey hen will mother thorn till nil and easily take care of 25 or 80 Tho other two hens lay another sitting and will take care of thom solves if there In n field of clover mina stubble near Ford them well every night thoy will be sure to remem ber to come homo I put tho first hatched turkeys in a largo coop In a worm sunny place with n largo yard of wire netting around it where they run in nice weather but keep them shut in the coop on cold wot days Clip tho old turkeys wings BO sho cant fly out of tho yard and watch carefully that thoy dont get lousy Look for lice ou young tur keys on tho outside of tho wing at the base of tho big feathers Sometimes hosts of them will bo found them when thoy appear to bo free from them elsewhere The last two years my turkeys averaged dollar apiece and market prices have been very low Mrs Wra H Hoover in Helpful lion To be continued the Greatest machine magazine ON earth I Ubc Cbrcobcrman N topesWhichtheir mutual bone tbmh rrmani bottles and beltbtm In rarforallycenuulwsInalvenoeaudtthomonry of three U the iulMcrll r It IreIavearrslpromlumi mJlIcop1aOInheredpQInat lubtcrltwrt Address ttbc Smcrlcait Cbrcobcrmntt The Warmest llaby la the Hunch ftaaUJon TOlo H 3 B 611 SllckUr Block rH a Ohio College of Dental Surgery Department of DentistryUniversity of Cincinnati Cpntral Avo and Court St Cincinnati O This Collego was organized In ISIS and the COth Annual Session begins about October 8th 1901 Three sessions of woven months each ure required lor graduation This is tho first Dental College ostablishod in tiro WJstJt coeducational and has a teaching corps of twenty instructors ate biiliia ings aro modern and well adapted to the requirements of modern dental education and its clinics are unsurpassed Optional Spring and Pall Courses Clinical instruction are also given Foos are 3100 each Session For in rmation and Announcement address H A Smith D D S Dean Garfiold Place Cincinnati Ohio r