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An Independent V cckly RevJOHNDODWELLManagerT HE CjjiiIZf3NTHEHOME 50 Devoted Interests CENTS FARM to A of time YEA- Rr d SCHOOL VOL IL A Family Injwr I1EHKA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JUNE 0 1901 Fifty cents a year NO 50 IIDEAS Four TliliiRH roar llihiRi n innu mud IMMI to ilo U In would nuke lilt nroril Irnr llhnul mnliirioii i harly IluwmIItUNIjTn 1n Imlln Uuil nnil liiHVin Mcnmy Brlifliil liTho irretitiwt Miami ever Hindu for civilization wax the iikMim KeliKion in tn love your broth- Istter r tlinn your IIIIHUICHI Juno Put n Himill fruitN this mouth they will come III well for winter line Your Hiirrouiidin rounl for VITI little your clmrmlcr couiitn fora goal deul Take Notice WKKKIA 1iuvrn MKKTINO Urtli Church Kriiliiy 7SO p in HnpliNt Church TInirHiliiy 70 piu Sttfind Church Monday 7iM p in WOIIIUIIM Iniyttr MMlnirrtOpm- nt Ihu hone of MrH Liiiirn Ivmlmo SrNetT StnllIH Itwn Church Dr Burgers II nnt Second Church Hey Cash Van Wlnklo IIII in- BuptlMt Church Iiv IF K Aulick 11 a in and 7iiO p in Sunday srhtl lit Jtir n in nil rhurchsOur w story Mnlcolm Kirk If iommoiiei shortly is worth rending by any until woinnn lay or girl liv hitf Dont IIIIx it e FROM THE WIDE WORLD KIIIKHdwnrd VII of iKlniidJHt ivdurtt hta paid chnplaiim from to 12Sir Clans Soil lberlnllll Inns com IllIrdlHtICnrni tji Thcro was n riot ul Cortinna Spain Saturday Two men and oim woman Wenl 111111 a d tansy IHrf4IIIH serious ly injured Tho Hcceplnnco of tho Ilatt Amendment liy Ciilmn Gmstihr tional raiiventiou wn tint MitiHfncto to the United Stntcri nnd the Ciilmu have lx n given to iimlerHtnnd thej iiiimt Hwallow the Amenilinent in its nnlintly It IK tlpnrlclllant Gen Botha and President lrllJr cry in direct cable coinniuiiicntion through limo iiKencj of true NetherlnndH Government dm cussing teriiin of Ixinl Kitch liner lmngiven ice Bothn fro use of the cattle HlipulntiiiK that he mist not use ask lK OUR OWl COUNTRY Mitt MoKinlev linn milTWed n ro1 lasso and gmvo fount nn entertninwl for her lire Tho AttortieyGonend decide that cOCk IlKhtiiiK ill Porto Rico in illegal nnd prohibits thu sport with heavy- MHIIUlk ThwNrnv York Herald wire loss telogrsphy for tho convoying of Milim from tin Nuntuckel Shoulx light nii Tim Wnr Dupiirmiiit compiling a picloriid history th SpaniMh Ainoricjin War whUh will tiiko milk with any Government Win U lltJiiHt Ins htnrt d IIncO- IhoolIIOJII on a lour of the world by till lnitm SilHtrian rout etucll n iir mnting n slsclil tho Nnw York Journal Chicago AllluriclIlIlIllCl the Sun Knincico Examiuuc- Hov A W Winlmrl prstor of Central BiipiW Church Trenton N J lias accepted thctIitltI4hlp of IIIC- 1rrenton TitIlCH a Iacling paper of- tho city Ilo will retain his piiHtontti and run the paper an u Ghtihtinn but iindLMiomiiiutioiiiil nuwnpapor An Alalmmn iralitician has inlro dnced n resolution in the Ic illIture to oxcludu from the polls nil IWDMIIIH of African decent and this in the fare of such a tnodol iiiHtitution with such an iinpnnillixl r conl now exintH In the TiiHkegiMi Normal nnd Industrial liiKtitntu at TunkogiMt Ala COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Biirglnrx worn nt work III Dan villu Saturday They HIlItI1COII nidurablo plunder in time 0 rm of mon ey ami jiuvelry any Itickhiun Sat unlny appClillt Ill Jesse Drown Sr Jnntico nf11m IVacn in District No Itc11or country This district is near Wliilos burg hc Miuof tho recent feud Imnlilo- IroHidnnt PaltiTHon nf the Kentiio ky Stato Colligt hus iiHkinl thn city of Lexington for an endowment fund of ST 0KX for the pntIss0of innhling a iiitMlioil ilepurniiMit lo t t College MM hose lii nnitn who formerly suit loud pencils on Iho streets of Louisville and who was located re gently in nil uumxhlotunisx11111 to have ileixjHiteil J20000 in a Loumvillit bank Oov Heckham SHHUCH a prwlama lion Satiiruny leconimonding that the county judges and nmyorn throughout tho State appoint miitable ntpresentativos to attend the Gxxl Roads to hit held in Louisville June 27 and J8 Tho Kixcal Court of Owen county liut at Sliiirpn urg lridn under from the Stato Hoard of health plac ed guard on ovary road lending from CarliHlo They nrrestwl in confinement about 20 per son known to have como in contact with smallpox patients at Sharps burg Locals and Personals Fresh bread at lick IIC Earl It G mid W II Mart Imvu return ed to Kairliind Illy nI1 Derlhik lemon rut his vacation icnmriow- Mr stud Airs Jon AdiiuiH turn visiting fritiirHttl Vnco M A W Ill IIH arriviMl Tuendiij for Jot ODUItm ellant MIHH UnwliigMof Hnrnin Springs is a guest at Mrs lulls Inrilv Flour is tliu bent by best Sold by Iticknelht Early liof nnd MIH M F Dinev 1I llnrlan ate hero visiting friends Mrn Mclmdii Lnngfonl of K cli niond is with friendh lierctlii week iniily Flour inakeH mote lewd tlllIlI other flour Sold by Uicknell 1 Early Mr and Mm Roll Hollopeler Of Onrrctlnd arc with Mr and Mn TeeterH 11tss limy linker of Wiillncetoti is a visitor nt Lndie Hall for Coup merciinentIntity u1r mnke lMtti r bread than any other lour Sold by Hick nell t Iarly1- V D Owns of Hreckennilgit Coin in town Hit is looking for Htave and ftnve timlior- Mrn Sum Conn whoiit illnes wo re porlid hint we k diiil Thnixhiy am vas buried Friday Purity Flour ill olienpewt when com pared with other brand Sold by Uicknell t Karly The mibHionnry collistion taken ChildrenH Day at Scctind Chnrcli was npwnnl ol 5U Mrn Kverett Van WinUo haves this tcek to visit her bn ther lr flolm at jeeble O Mr TS To ld nnd son Claniieeo onilon ioined MrH Tixld at Mi C1Oggs Satnnlny- Gen Turner a Htudent at Keren reoelved a first clnsi toucher eertili cumin in JlllrllullcOllllly Iterea Students who nro takini exnniliiation for certificate to tend aroumkiugoodncenis bliss Naniiio Bales Htiidunt nt Bercn car nisi a fi rut class teachers certificate in HiKkcnstlo county Mr OCKJ Unthbnrn of Suit Lako City Utah has joined Ids fninilv who urn hero at Mrn aunt RmbreuH The tencher for tho Heroa Public Schooln white for Ihlcmr nto Mistw NanaTudor nod UUen Haven Prof of London mitt n teacher in Sue Hunuelt Memo rial School in horn for Commence meat The Colored Slain Teachers AHSO cintion aunts hero Hoiiiutiine in July Fuller notice ol the avent will lx Kit on next week A reception wa tendered Dr and MrH Hurge al limit resilience of Mrs Todd Friday afternoon It was un rnjoynblo occasion MTH E II Snink of Clintulcrvilli III mother of Foreman Spink of tin printing olliw arrive Tuesday fur a visit to her son and family- Mr Janus Hart whom wo report Irlmax Ibttig erously IIIHtItlk is no Utter Her iliinglitor Mrs Skinnei of Corliin Ky arrived Sunday Dr nnd Mm Knhn of lhe ago culllustnut until after Commencement Alson linker rec ive l a first class EertifiintoatthetcauherH exaininiitioi in Hichmond lust week He is on gaged to tech the school at Panoln- Kev James and them Bout or Nashville Tonu arrived Satiinlay for Commencement but wern sunimoiiLx by McmlayWogrss hack to llerea Ho peaks of two mouth stay in his old homo re glen nil very delightful and unfit able GloorgctownCcllllhl wl them address Inforo tho Literary HoiiuticH of tho College on Monday night Ueo W Young of Kingston inn dldnte for jailor of Madison rannty Hiibjtct to the action of the Kepiibli ran party wax in Burea for D cent lion Day Mill Carrie Strong of Olxrlin 0 a teacher in the A M A School al Tnngidnii MHS us a guest nl Irof UnymoiidH and will remaih for Com mencennntTint r Wagon i x tho greatesl Hiice s of tho day It is iniidii right it liMik right tliu price is right putt it ix sold bv hit right iMtoolo viz Bicknell c Early NOTIOK will pay n good nnvanl for tint numit of till low down thief who leas lama Htealing mill from mj caw while out during tho day JOHN QrnvaIi Borea till not bestir thomsolvcx to run to Hit1 earth the snonk thieve who ant oimr nt ing in thin town they will be railed upon to par tribute to the rascals Mrs S b Andorsoii of Peorin Kan toothier of Mrs Lulu Fowler of Paint Lick nnd a subscriber to Tin CITIZEN from its first issue paid IH n cull this week Sho says HIO must hnve Ira Hiiymondrt sister Miss Ellen It Raymond who has tniight during the past year ntStorrs School At limit tn Oa arrivwl in Boron last Ssturdny mil will lo nt home hero during the nimmur vacation Berea College Carpenter Shop One of the most important and helpfulof all thn departments of Berea College work1M that under tho superintendence of Instructor C A King In this department thorn aro classes for instruction in Architectural Me chanical and Freehand Drawing then there are the Sloyd Manual Training and the Trade chiRses During the school year now closing the nuinlwr of students in tho classes mentioned wore Architectural Drawing 35 Mechanical Drawing 00 Free hand Drawing Ifi Sloyd Manual Training GO and in the Trade Class 15 TIlt Tride Class puts into practice the theory taught in the Sloyd Manual Training MomlMrs of this class workout the construction and repair of tho College building various articles of furniture bricabrac etc and some most excellent work is turned out Each boy must own five dollars worth of tools for which ho piss in installments these make a nucleus for a good kit The workers are paid from five to twelve and a half cents per hour for their work nod an energetic industrious attentive boy can earn perhaps luau of his school expttnses This year f 9 student who have boon employed on repair work have practically paid their way in school Aleut W00 worth of work has been done on college property this year 1500 of this has been paid to student labor Mr Clurwieo L Koyle is instructor in the Sloyd Work nnd has done excitllont work Instructor King who is general superinten dent hits charge of tho Trade and Freehand Drawing classes Consider nble stock in trade is carried by the Carpentry Department The stock on hand at present amounts to about 5000 of which onethird is lumber one fourth hardware and the balance tools and fixtures The Carpenter Shop is cramped for room having to use class rooms for storing of stock There are pluccs for several more skilled workers An inil crtnnt fuel in connection with tho work done is that the boys leave school not only with a literary education but with a trade in hand edu cation and trade forming tutu twit possible outfit if backed by true Chris tian character with which to face time world hytillman or lay in tho A or B Grammar School who shows time greatest diligence anti improvement in the Sloyd work during the Sprint Term Madison County D T Bogio has been chosen by republicans of the Million District as the candidate for magistrate It reported that GUll Cassins M Clay has promised financial help to the Negro Industrial School at Keone Jessamine Co Challis an omployoo of tho- PUIIIIIgrnJlh taut a sad death on tho baseball field Sunday Ho was lying on tho ground resting mum was struct our tho heart by a ball mind expired almost instantly Circuit Judge T J Scott has decided that his court has no jiirimlio tion lo grant an injunction or re- raining order to prevent Iho n districting of Madison county as order llIlId approved by County Judge Million Inst winter The Court of Appeals has decided that banks must taxes for the years 1890 and 1897 under tho general tax law TO THE DEAFA rich lady cured of her Deafness and Noises in tho Head by Dr Nicholsons Artificial Ear Drums gave 25000 to his Institute BO that deaf people unable to procure the Ear Drums may have them free Address No 1311 Tho Nicholson Institute 780 Eighth Ave nue Now York 620 02 WANTEOC reliable In every muinlyture nkuttnrgucompanyofNdid1Inauu- chit tiM ulnry tier var vrcultljrflpcriUyiilMOliilclyiitin Miiil nil uxpfii weary im nan nilinlniu Mlary 1IIch Satiinlny end iXHii u inoniT aihanixtl each week UTANUAUU howls DKAKBOKN ST CIUCAOO Strangers in Berea Should Call TODAYAT E P Drners Plating Works Opposite Burdettes Mill 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 WOMEN OF TASTE Like to see their men friends neatly and becom ingly clothed And where is the son of Adam who does not wish to please the ladies Does it cost too much to dress well Not at all provided you select the right place to buy your outfit Visit us and well show you a great assortment of new suits elegant and stylish enough for the most exacting taste dud low enough in price for the most economical pocket book And dont forget our matchless lines of Mens Shoes Hats and Furishings COYINGTON BANKS Richmond Ky MEAT MARKET I have Good Fresh Beef or Pork constantly on hail at pDpaar prices Blacksmithing done at the same stand at lowest rates for good workP REYNOLDS Depot St luOOl 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 The best pen made is the Parker Jolnttess Fountain Pen It positively has NO EQUAL You can order it by mail trove College Book Store Every pen WARRANTED andcan either be exchanged or money satisfactoryWrite for Books and Stationary promptly filled Address Perry F Shrock Burea Ky June211- Ai1Fine Stationery Cheap You will do well to lay in a supply of Fine Writing Pa per and Envelopes before you leave Berea CALL AND SEE OUR STOCK AND PRICES Students Job Print A handfull ofglasses will not help your eyesight If you wear them all unless your vision has been properly tested and the right lens fittedIJThat Is just where the skill of an optician comes to your aid If I test your eyes youwlll ba sure of getting the right glass es and will have pleasure and satisfaction In wearing the m EXAMINATION FREE T A ROBINSON Main St Berea Ky Three Years in Richmond And out of all tilt sots of tooth that have boon made at my office if thoro is ono set or any sets that show any defects I will make new set free We aro making tho best set of tooth in tho world for 3750 and if detects show in five years we give you a now set free This applies to all the tooth I haro mado or am going to make the best alloy fills in tho world at 75 cents DR HOBSON Dentist Permanently located in tho Hobson Building next door to Gov erument Building Richmond Kentucky Reference Richmond National Batik Special Prico to Students FURNITURE Tho vory latest designs in Bodroom Suites Iron Bods Couches and nil other Furnishings Tables Chairs Safos and Matrossos in grant variety always in Stock Wo invito all our Baron Frionils and all Citizen subscribers to call and inspect boforo making purchases UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY Night 6JO S JOPLIN Richmond Ky I SHOE BARGAINSATURDAY DOUGLAS BROS Richmond Ky Mens Tan Shoes s 500 Shoes for 350 400II II 300 i3150II 1 200 1 II300 175 iMens Black Box Calf Blucher Shoes 300 going now at 250 Come early and get I your size Only a Jim ited quantity on t bandol N NH fH1 Berea College Fall term opens September 11 1901 1 s SUFFRAGE SCHEMES Two Introduced In Alntmra Conitl- tutlnnnl Convention In Srn don at SlontKoiuerr Montgomery Ala June 4 Among the suffrage schemes Introduced III the constitutional convention Mon day was ono by Mr Tonkin of Wit cox which provides that the voter must read and write or understand the constitution pax taxes on 300 worth of property or have fought in a war or been descended from n soldier It provides however that un cxslnvu of good character can he put on the roll although he tills none of the other requirements Another suffrage scheme offered by Mr White of Jefferson provides n poll tax for all voters under 15 am lets in all old soldiers After 1910 ar educational qualification Is added n disfranchises vagrants pamblers convicts and all who buy or sell votes IN ST PETERSBURG Senator Mrverldire Making Inqnlrlr Into Indnitrlnl and Conimervlal Conditions In linla- St Petersburg June 4United States Senator Albert J Bevcrldpo of Indiana arrived here Monday He was met by Charlemagne Tower the United States ambassador Secretary Pierce and Consul General Hollo way The senator at once begun an inquiry into Russian Industrial and commercial conditions and had on interview with M A Rothstein the banker ire expects to see many important per ronapes will remain here about n week and will then visit Moscow the neighboring factory towns the Volga valley and the Iron works around Yekaterlnenburg the Ural mining district Later Senator lice cridge will traverse Siberia He be lieves America should and will have a splendid Russian trade IMMIGRANT INSPECTORS Three Will Be Sent to Porto Rico For Permanent Dot There Will Keep Chtnrie Out Washington June Assistant Secretary Taylor of the treasury de partment and Commissioner General Powderly have decided to send three Immigrant inspectors to Porto Rico for permanent duty It Is feared that the recent decision of the supreme court In the insular eases nay stimulate Chinese immigration to the United States The collectors of cus toms have hitherto noted as inspec tors mind will continue to do so but the need for additional help in keep ing out the Chinese Is apparent to the officials and from now on 1he ex elusion laws will be more rigidly en forced JAILFlira IVhltecotton Wanted In Texas For Murder Arrested at hunt vllle AlaI Huntsville Ala June Jlm White cotton wanted In San Jacinto county Texas on the charge of murdering William Lyons at Oakhurst Tex who came back to Jackson county Ala bama more than a year ago was lodged In jail here Monday A reward of SJOO was offered for Whitecottons capture and Will Atkins a Cum berland Presbyterian minister resolved to earn the money Tie and n companion located Whltecotton in the mountains and attacked him Sunday night A fight ensued but the fugitive was knocked down and taken without bloodshed I THE FIRMS MONEY Clini Cronlir Traveling Suleiman j Artmini Churned With Embei sling SIOOOO 3 Anna III June 4 Charles Crosby a traveling salesman claiming to rep resent the FrIck Grocery Co of St Louis was arrested here Monday by the city marshal upon receipt of a telegram from the sheriff of Franklin county charging him with embez zling 30000 of the firms money Crosby said when arrested I guess its all up with me now Crosby has been in Anna at fre quent intervals during limo last three weeks He was captured in the fair grounds and had plenty of money AN APPEAL FOR AID Great Suffering U Imminent at Ila- kerirllle N C Jinny Ifeople Are ilomele and Ilentltule Atlanta Qa June 4A special from Rutherfordton N C says The mayor and commissioners of Bakersvllle N C have issued an appeal for aid to rebuild their city which the circular says was destroy ed in the big storm of May 20 Great suffering Is said to be Imminent The appeal says it is not known how many lives were Idst but 500 dwell ing houses mills andstorehouses were swept away and the damage In the entire county is put at 100 000000 This damage to the town alone will reach 100000 To Increase the Capital Stock New York June 4 Stockholders of the American Telegraph and Tele phone Co held a special meeting here and voted to increase the cup ital stock from 100000000 to 120 000000 Nine Hour Fighting Wlllowmore Cape Colony June 2 Commandant Sheeper with 700 men attacked Wlllowmore Saturday but was beaten off after nine hours fight big t r PEOPLE OF PROMINENCE William Dean Is a lover of whist and chess In one of these two games he finds recreation nearly every eve ningI was newer in debt said the late bishop of London until 1 came to be the head of this see He then had to keep up two houses and the act of 1810 forbids the letting of either of theseCount Von Zeppelin the expert on aerial navigation has had his work In that direction recognized by the German emperor who has conferred upon him thus Order of the lied Eagle first class How Yow the Chinese consul general at San Francisco has gone Into business as a breeder of trotting horses lie has bought a farm for the purpose near San Jose and ex cept for an American overseer will employ only Chinese Mr Thompson n member of the Connecticut legislature Introduced new word the other tiny in a legisla tive debate It was in a horse story A neighbor of Mr Thompsons went to buy a fast horse Alter hawing been shown some with past records and some with possible future records the man said I dont want a has been nor a will be I want an Iser lit Rev James McGoldrick bishop of the diocese of Duluth who tins lived In this country 33 years took out his second papers only a few days ago lie took out his first papers years ago nnu was a regular voter until the constitution of Minne sots was changed to require that voters take out their second papers before exercising their right as citi zensDuring his prosperity Warwick the great millionaire Philadelphia root beer Inventor gave thousands to friends In need and entertained In a princely fashion Men prominent in politics and In social affairs of the city state and nation were his guests All but two forsook him when his fortune dwindled away and he died in the poor house Fair weather friends are myriad SOME SPRY OLD MEN The nearest parallel to Verdis musical writing in his old age is that of Auber who lived to be 89 and wrote an opera after his eightieth birthdayDr J Furnlval most illustrious of English scholars in England and just ending his seventyfifth year rows 16 miles on the Thames on Sun days and recently took part In a race which he won President Eliot has just exceeded In the length of Jala service in the executive chair of Harvard the exceptionally long administration of President Holyoke which covered a period of 31 years eight months and four days- Frederick Holbrook of Urattleboro the war governor of Vermont was 6S years old on February 15 MI am happy and contented he says I try to make myself useful walk several miles every pleasant day at tend to my correspondence and do myown writing I read aloud several hours dally largely from the poets and works of imagination This tends to prevent Introspection when one Is old I try to be young old man FEMININE FRILLS In the Sandwich islands the beauty of woman Is measured by their height Do not put pens and kettles partly filled with water on the stove to soak as It only makes them more difficult to clean Fill them with cold water and soalc away from the heat Mrs Elizabeth Cady Stanton disapproves of the trailing dress and has given the elevator boy positive instructions to show no woman up to her apart meats who U wearing a trolling dress- She is probably afraid of microbes Attorney General Murphy of Arkan sas has decided that women are not qualified to serve es notaries public but that the acts of those already holding appointments are not invalid though their commissions may be revoked Dr Mary Walker clad In imported tweeds with trousers turned up and a fancy pin In her fourinhand scarf held a levee in a downtown New York building the other day One bibulous caller slapped the doctor on the back and Invited her out to take some thing Dr Mary said with asperity You are no gentleman to which the man replied Neither are you and the levee went to pieces there und then IN FARAWAY PLACES South Australia 16 times as big as England has a population only equal to that of Leeds All over northern Siberia are scattered men who make a business of rats ing Eskimo dogs for the market The Bolivian tin mines ore located at an altitude of 14000 feet above the sea level In the departments of Oruro Potosi La Paz and Cochabamba Rio de Janeiro has a municipal debt of almost 60500000 mllrels about 12 000000 The annual deficit is nearly one and a half times the entire Income A new bridge is being planned for the Bosphorus The designs which have been prepared are extraordinary Each tower is surmounted by what appears to be a mosque with domes and mina retsThe governor of St Helena in his an anal report expresses the belief that when the new barracks are finished it would pay a small company to erect a plant for lighting Ladder hill and the town by electric light worked by windmills There is always a steady wind from the southeast tnuAers only nlse- daylsavf Daaaaltdal01 A BROADWAY INCIDENT PaaterDir Give Twle to afleagar- and the tleKBar Doeant Stop Him One of two men who were walking on Broadway talking was attracted by the appearance of a onelegged beg gar who sat a crutch beside him on the edge of some steps In front of a store holding out his hat to the pass ersby So he reached in his pocket pulled out a number of coin and took from among them one which he dropped in the beggars hat The one legged man Inclined his head not iorv Hely nor humbly but with a calm and decorous ort of politeness In acknowl edgment of his gift says the New York SunAs for the giver he seemed to take no heed whatever of that acknowledg ment he simply kept on talking with his friend at the time however con tinuing to pick over the money that he held In his hand and in a moment be dropped another coin In the onelegged mans hat- Maybe he thought the first coin was not enough to give perhaps he gave- also for his friend possibly he had struck It rich and felt flush and gener ous and wanted to give he might have been absentminded but anyhow he gave twice And as for the onelegged man he no to speak was not carried oil his foot by the Incident at all he sat perfectly steady As the second coin dropped In his hat he inclined his head gravely with an acknowledgment a little more pronounced In manner than the lint but with no obsequiousness or foolish show of thanks This was Broadway It was a business man who was giving him thin money and he was aCknowledgmentjAnd not disturb by too much profuseness of thanks what might be a sort of In voluntary or automatic action on the part of the giver who was thus repeat Ing perhaps he would keep on giving TAKING THE TIME AT NOON All Bolne of the Western Union Company Slop for Tore Minute Dully Just before 12 oclock each day all business must be taken oil the wires controlled by the Western Union com pany and that means the absolute cessation of business along the main lines of electric communication in the principal cities of America say Pear sons Magazine Three minutes before noon wire chiefs In each of the prin cipal cities and the towns and cities leading to and from their large ups tees cease sending or receiving mes sages no matter how Important they may be and devote themselves to switching on wires in such a way as to make an unbroken circuit of com munication from Washington around the uttermost boundaries of the United States This Is called an un broken national circuit Thus s smooth track is mad along which the electric meisage may flash encom passing the union and announcing the time of day Ten seconds before the time bell strikes comes another si lane and then a mighty throb a titanic heartbeat from the foremost factor In modern commerce nnd an electric current pulsates from the At lantlc to the Pacific from Gotham to the golden gate announcing the fact that the sun has pasted over the seventyfifth meridian and It Is noon at Washington OUR VAST MINERAL RICHES Nearly a Tboniand Mlllloni la Vain Taken Crow the Earth Yearly A chart published by the geological survey gives a summary of the mIn- eral products of the United States for the past ten years The aggregate values have Increased by more than onehalf In that period and time fig ures for 1899 are greater than In any previous year footing up the enor mow total of 976000000 The value of the metallic product of the year is given at 927316084 and of the nonmetalllc at 447790862 Tho latter class includes of coarse the ooals 168000000 In bituminous and 88000000 In Pennsylvania anthracite 64600000 In petroleum 30000000 worth of natural gas and large value In stone brick clay and cement with various other minerals Of the metals our pig Iron Is worth almost as much as all others together the value of last years product being given at 245000000 Copper comes next worth 104000000 and the 71 000000 in gold Is third The market value of the sliver produced In 1899 was about 33000000 and the lend and zinc together were worth about as much Quicksilver aluminum anti mony nickel and plantinum are the other metal that figure In time table llniclea and llraln In one of Ills recent lectures at Clark University Prof Angelo Mosso of Turin averred that Physical edu cation and gymnastics serve not only for the development of the muscles but for that of the brain as well It is becoming evident he said that ss much time should be devoted to muscular exercise as to Intellectual exercise and children should begin reading and writing only after they are nine years old Muscular fatigue exhibits phenomena Identical with Intellectual fatigue Nerve cells show on the average every ten seconds a tendency to rest It is probable that only part of the brain is active at a time the various parts relieve each other The more mobile any animals extremities are the more intelligent other things being equal he says An Aflcans Idea ol Snow An African who had visited England described wow M rat MM to elIM 1 BITS AND BREVITIES The zither has displaced the banjo In England as a fashionable Instrument An order was recently issued In Osh kosh that members of the fire depart ment must wear wlvltc shirts collars and culTa In medieval times not only were lie ing prisoners ransomed by their friends but a ransom was demanded even for the bodies of those slain Inaction Time manuscripts of the fifteenth anti sixteenth centuries are in many cases almost Illegible on account of the fading of the Ink At that time the lamp black Ink Missed out of use and chem- Ical inks became popular Probably the most conservative in stitutlon outside of China Is the British museum Although It la 70 years since the quill pen yielded to the age of steel the reading room authorities persist In supplying quills which are invariably broken when there Is occasion for usIng them Such a thing Is inconceivable In an American library A cup of hot coffee is an unfailing barometer If you allow a lump of sugar to drop to the bottom of the cup and watch t he all bubbles arise wlthoutdls tubing the coffee If the bubbles collect In the middle the weather will be fine If they adhere to the cup forming a ring it will either rain or snow and If the bubbes separate without OMUIU Ing any fixed position changeable weather may be expected SCRAPS OF INFORMATION Sappho Is said by the Greek writer to have iKen n blonde Tea grown In British colonies is enough for British consumption for ten months The newspapers of Great Britain have an average combined circulation of 8500000 a tiny against 12000000 in all the rest of JollropcIHot shot as as grape idiot when first employed were declared to be the Inventions of tin devil and not to bo sanctioned amon civilized nations Sixteen negroes have sailed from New York for Monrovia west Africa where land will be given them by the Liberian Colonization society of Birm ingham Ala Tlila organization is said to have ample funds and will furnish transportation to 500 met nnd women In the spring There are few people who have not been occasionally puzzled to write ci or le In the words that so represent the sound of the long e A very simple rule however removes nil difficulty If the diphthong im mediately follows tho letter o It is always eInl in ceiling conceive etc but when It follows any other letter It Is always le as In grief niece friend etc IN THE SUPERLATIVE DEGREE The largest mosquitoes In the world are found In the arctic regions Time smallest cows In the world are to be found in the Samoan Islands The largest library of small look in the world belongs to a Frenchman who boasts that he can pack 700 of his pocket editions in a portman teauThe most vicious looking weapon on record has been unearthed In New Or leans It Is a combination of a revolver a row of brass knuckles and a dirk knife all In one and each built for the transaction of business The worlds greatest drop Is that of the potato 4000000000 bushels of pots toes being produced Annually Seven eighths of these come from Kurope alone 2000000000 bushels of wheat and 2600000000 bushels of corn are also yielded by mother earth in the course of a year The largest hornets nest that has ever been taken jiadnmnged was more than a yard In circumference and one foot four Inches In length It was found suspended from the roof of a house on the earl of Clnr mlons estate and weighed barely three pound It was said to contain 730 insects JUST A FEW FACTS In Brussels automobiles are taxed from 30 to 50 francs per annum ac cording to horse power Telephones mire to be added to the fire alarm boxes of London The firemen will carry receivers In their pockets and time handle of the alarm box will be made into a transmitter- A resident of Bangor Me hOI in vented a selfpropelled sled which he hens called an automosled says the Klectrlcal Review When completed the machine will be ten feet long three feet high and four feet wideA collapsible bucket for automo biles Is made by a Boston firm It In monde of rubber and Is provided with a strainer so that water can be taken from any source It proved very useful for automobiles as It emu be folded up and carried under the seat cushion NOTES FROM ITALY Italys convictions are 230 per 100 000 population a worlds record Singapore comes next with 228 Italian oranges rarely yield over 2000 oranges to the tree Florida and California trees 40 years old bear 20 000 each Salt heavily taxed in Italy and 110 one can draw a uucket of water from the sea without permission lest he should evade time tax by extract- Ing the salt contained In the water A brisk trade in fox skins Is spring Ing up between France and Italy The latter country last year exported 4000 mostly from around flows kToxea are plentiful In Italy THE MARKETS Al A U NORMAN A CO CINCINNATI May eCA17LECommon260 tfj 3Jf tI Butchers176 frl t 2i tI Slmiplt rs485 ItJ 5i5- CALvnsClioienliOa lifd- a Largo CominonUX ti IOC- Ho is Common 100 rfl fi Ol Fair good light fino pit r7r I Packing fiGOyj fi7- SHKKI Good to choice Jfr ff iixtI Common lo fair 250- IAMas000d HM to choice 175 fillIt Common to fiiir17n Nf 17r 7lijJoKsNo IouRWintlr patent JlGfi jJ alK tI fancy IOW Bro- It Iauily210Qq 27i MILL FEEul6fto yj 17N HAyNo1 Timothy 1125 pal 11t4- 1uNo 2u lyyr W 127C It No Clover 1025 1i 107fi No2tI yoo aw 1OULTRT Springers per lb 20 PryorlIt 10 12 Heavy hone S Light hniia- HooflUrn II I u Turkey hung It Totim tJ Ducks Eaos Frrah near by 11 Gooto limnsRetsaltel 0 r i- It No dry salt t r 10 u Bull f r tJ Lamb fikins 40 r 60 TALLOW Prime city 5J fie it Country 4y 11 WOOL Unwashed mediuUl conlhttlg 10 17 Witnhed Ion 21 2l qrTubFEATHERS Get 8o now nearly white 12 Itgrny to average IU ft 40 Duck colored towhitu 28 r iCliiekon whito nc quills Ifi Turkey hotly dry 12IJ Ifi REPORTERS CORRESPONDENTS or WRITERS Wnuttnl everywhere Slorio news ideas lea illustrated urticlon ad vaneo flows drawings photographs iiniqiin nrtiili etc etc piirclio c flllhIiluUolIparticulars and full information he Toro Hunding articles The Bulletin Press Association New York 1 1 11 ClK Greatest machine magazine on enlb I f ttbe Cbrcebcrman ee topesslawwhich to orir nli lloni for their mutual benefit It Butti th tunth nunl stile end hI bum in ter attyoentiwsyIndranoeandte end of thrra month If Ib talxcrlUr fatUBM with It We have Hreral r mlumi thrMhtrroca which at trry tamable alll utrtul Sendtorsamploup- yandtscId terms to airenii Only threshermen or those InUrettis In IhreihlBtf and the UM of strain dolrrJ si ijUcrlbm Adilreu Bbc american Cbrcobcrman- Tb Warnwtl Baby In tU lluucL- BaDtflOM TJQI0 13 S B 61 Mlcater Block BO YEARS EXPfcKILNCE f TriAoc MARK DttlCNO COPTIIIHTC C Ann sendins akelrhld dNC IIn lelq quitMr inir frt t lethr all itifKiiihn u ptuhnllf pitnitnlita f inmnmlrllonvitrlcflyronndetillAl IIin Jio iiPafenu cut fur HMm mrin 7 for YIri erlllaIalenli taken llminvn MUMI lu rerlro- Iqrlamrrr without Scientific flfhcilcan- hwrtwnilj tllnilralM weeUr l rart cit riiiaiiui of anTclnliae journal Ternit 11 s twin Imir monb ttolabyall newiulntlen YgrkBranch BUY THE NOMESEWING Do not be deceived tboso who nd vcrtlso a ICOOO Sewing Muchluo for 2000 This kind or IJlJichlllO CUll be bought trout us ornny of our dealers from 1500 to 1800 WC MAKE A VARIETY THE NEW HOME IS THE BEST Tho Feed determines tho strength or wcaknctui of Bowing Mach es Double Feed combined with other strong lnU nmked tho New Home tho lest Sewing Machine to buy SltBlorCIRCUURSsSSSwo THE NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE 60- MASS 28 Union Hq N Y Chicago Atlanta Uiu- BL LouUMo DullanToxHan Francisco Qtl FOR SALE BY SISCO a COI Ricliolasfllle Ky THE SUNDAY SCHOOL Lcn In the Internal loiuil Serle for June O 1IMI1 Jrmirj IIInr to Iaul trrrpnrrd by II C IeningtonjITUB IKNHON TEXT Acts X6IG- And It came to pass that as I made my Journey and wan come nigh unto DnmnuUK uliout noun iniUlriilv Ihtrr Mimic front heaven a treat IlKhl round about me- T And fell unto time croiinit and heard p voter iiiylnic Unto Haul Haul why IxricriiliM thou Met lad armwrrml Who mitt thou lord And hr said unto Iii Jrxu of Nuiar rlli whom thou IMTWUIMI 9 And they that were with me sax In deed the light and wtrv afmld tint they heard not voice ol 111m that shake to me And I wild Vhiit shall loin Lord And the Lord said unto tor ArlM and Into Dimaicuii tad there II shall r told HIIK of all thing which are uiipuliittd for limes to da IL And when I could not see for the llary of that litchi being led hy the hand of them that were with came Into IViinnpoui II And one Annnlai d vnut man nc sordini lo time law having gaud report uf nil the Jews which dwelt there It nine unlo me and stood and said unto me llrolher Sun rHfh thy sight And the mine hour heeled up upon hon II And he sold The Ood of our father hut chosen litre list thou thouldett knew III will and see that Jllit One and ihuiildrit hear this voles of his mouth IS Inr Ihou shahs le IIIs witness unto III men of what thou hi seen and heard U And now why larrlent thou arlie and pal bnpiltid and wurhawuy thy tint ealllnic on the name ol the Lard iOIIIO TITl min mil dlm lieilleiit until the Iener1 1lna Sri ailllllNDTKH ANn nl lI NTH The ompleit storyof Iinliiiiivrr llmi ptnU1ni should lie lead It a upon the complete text wi IIIIKP the following nnalyalrt 11dFluSaul Ciinv ri d V 49- AnanU lnproml MI lanVa IIU Saul the rhrlllan Irmtrlur N Sail the IVrxriiiiir IViliapi the mil nil thought nf iliU leiMiin la time work of tin IhllIltlIrl111I 1Iu vcr don of soul Nut lour lhi some wonderful experience mil sill have seen tilt bright light or heard the voice from Heaven that Siul lifiinl yet tlie ruMntliil ivporlinco Ix the nniti IIke Saul vr have all of found out nhVH on Ihr wrong tvuIrsr 1I11t1111 all of im him mine Ihr light alsoiviiigiis our mistake The troiilile U w t have nut all of Immedlulfly fornnken t what WI have irnrncil li lie the wrong roll rue nod dreliled lo do what we know lo lie rlflit It U time universal Ity of till npplleatliin uf the principle nil writ nl Ihr striking pheiiomrnn of the particular en Hint nuikeN the story what It Is to the Clirl linn world Iteymul this It alaII beoldi tin ex perlener of n single soul the eternal work of Christ In the rrgpiirrnttoon of time lives of men- The Light from l1nI1IIIIUII U not the Saviour of n few but of many of all If they will To every man at slime lime or other Ihrlimes lllmclf in Saviour from sin nod guide to eter nul life He thrown llentfiily light on the course one In puraiilng mid reveals It as the right or time wrung way Saul Converted Immediately the light ia seen n voice upenks to lima heart At once we know It la the voice of the Lord for It U klgnlflcnnt that without hesitation Saul nddreMei time Heavenly guest asIird U Inn point also that the Inleimn light blinded Saul It Is a common experience Hint the hurtling of a great truth upon the rabid makes one the tower loompre Mend for n lime other matter how ever familiar they hind berg Saul had to be led over the familiar road to Unpromising MUxlon Christ had sunken directly lo time soul of Saul limit It Is the Divine way to ac complish results through hiimnn agen ties Ananias was a dloclple nl Damascus Christ spoke to this mnn to go to Saul Ananias had known Haul by reputation and knew of Idsernlin persecuting the followers of Jeiua at Jerusalem He knew of time authority he to Imprlion dUclptes here In Damakcus Naturally Ananlns heal tated limit Snul wnsn chosen vessel that Is chosen for n speclnl work So Ananias went as commanded nnd Rnnl received his sight nnd with lira sight the gift of the Holy Spirit Saul the Christian Preacher Note the contrast between verses and 20 And Soul yet hiria thing out Ihrentenlngs nnd slaughter against the disciples of the Lord went unto time high priest And straightway he preached Christ III time synagogues that Hell the Son of God Saul was no longer a persecutor but n preacher no lunger opposed to the dlrclptrs of Christ lint a humble and faithful fill lower imam Mini Cnnlnter No power without pain Too much rest makes rust The brave man Is ever a believing one The empty lift cnn never he a holy one The tiniest devil in a tremendous evil Our Interests determine the level of our lives The lowers of honor bloom In the soil of humility You keep the Sabbath day holy and It will keep you holy The light of a Christina life either ihlnes out or it goes out Make no compromises with sin for slim will make none with you Time best way to overcome error Is to emphasize the truth It Ignores Moneymaking for God Is as right as making a god of money fs wrong The Saviour can change even stum bling blocks Into stepping stones The trouble with some scientists Is that they live In the coal mine of their Investigations and call their candle the sun The man who revolt around him MIl tmwsye get aalywiar Zslrla JOHN BRENT Maj Theodore Winthrops Great StoryHorses Hunting and Adventures in the West CHAITEK XXXII- 1ADIIIAMS SHOP Id w Jubilant tilt the next morn rug I mule my WilY toward LIUIIP y Court The Thames really secmcil to mo a pure and lucent current begun to fancy tliat there might In stray wlillt of ozone tress air In the brcces of A1llnn old nainu for England What a cheerful clock it wax It mint Htreplu near at hund that truck seven ut I nut foot upon Pall IIUIIIN steps Whut a blessing to n neighborhood to have a clock no ut terly Incrcduloiu of dukfuluussn cloak hut aald Alls well to the gust liuur std prophesied Alls well to the comlngl No I thought I naval lusts my wits about me My IniHlnrtui In with Imlllinin thu inechanle out with tadihnm the good Samaritan Mj line nml mind belong to Shorts Cut elf I must not dash oil tutu Imperil men queries about people tin dwarf may know nothing of muj wish to tell nothing of Keep cool Itlchurd WillIe mind your own busl lienK nml thru you can taint other people lie ready to be disappoint till Deathly In not no racy to propi tints you termed to believe last the clock dallied on Iti lust stroke of wren I entered Iadlhami slurp My lint glance rye never looked morn eurnestlywn lownnl the two drawings Them they Here fact not fancy could Mtlll hold to the joy of n hopeThey were loo far away In tlili dusky corner for absolute rriHignt tine but there were the familiar gable of the old hull anil there wan my hor e yen himself bending over that very group of Luggcrnel Spring I iiiiixt chug to my confidence I IwOIIM out doubt If I doubted I hccom it stupid bungler over tIt models and probably disgust Iudlhum by my awkwardness UI morning Mr 1adlham Uood morning said he In the hourly voice which resolutely de clined bring nurly lie wan tundlng tiling away Just where laud left him yesterday 1nt luau on pair of properly elongated legs shake the reef out of his ribs 8111 n very distinguishedlooking man would ieorge Iatlllmm In fact he was his remarkable head raised hlii oboe pity Many of us would content to lea dwarfed to lit halt man below the Adam apple If ultove It we could wear such u majestic head this Htnntril man the chief artisan ut all Inglnud Iliillliiiin WU us gruff ai yesterday but Ids gruflnriui gave him flavor letter a Unir than n tlnnkey There I excitement Inlnlklng with a man who respects you exactly In projior thou tit your power and Ignore you If you are u inutT- We went at our work without delay For nearly two hour I put art kept myself nt Shorts Cutoff 1ndi IIUIIIH Hklll and readiness astonished me Great artists area laborsaving ma chine to themxrlvr they leap to n conclusion In it moment where n xit tercr would be looolllllld for a tide lly utid by found that I could be of no further use to this nmitcr craftsman You understand this job bettei than do wild I I underHtand it said he Ill take u short spell said I and look about the shop a little bon t IK netting my tool by the ear No I want to ace those pictures by the chimney- lie said nothing Ills lathe buzzed Ills chisel tortured bars of metal un til they shrieked The fragrunco of freshcut Kteel tilled the shop I sprung to the dusky corner My heart choked mo I wanted to shout to that John Ilreut miles away across the wilderness of the great city could hear and come with one step For here WM what I hoped Here we wero our very selves In thlll bold masterly drawing John limit himself the wounded knight myself bringing him water from the fountnln our dear tales kneeling be side cued bending over us Don Hit lano till chlefest hero of that ter rible ride through till canyon And more If I mirrdrd proof For here In among the waterplants by the spring there In the grass under Wordsworths oak lurked the Inl thins K C Finimll Ah not yet A clew but perhaps n clew that would break In xny hand ax I traced It I lout no tine These are pretty pictures sold crilHhlng myself Into selfposses slon Vlmt has that got to do with thin Job11 You think Im a pretty good me chanic Middling You handle tools well- enough for n gentleman Well If I were not a bit of an IIIhlImi such as these drawings hung up before n working man I can under stand how appreciating such things him helped you to become the first EnglnmidM that So the first engineer In England told me when bo scat sac bias i 0 he tent youl I supposed you did not Iliad your own way There hili been no chance In my coming lucre said I and my heart thunked God- Youre right about those drawings young mat Padllmin said and his voice scumed to luau a sweeter tone even than before They do me good and put a finer edge on my work Theyre good work and by a good humid Whose The dwarf turned about end stir veyed me strictly Then ho started his lathe again tore oil a narrow ringlet of steel from a hit he was shaping emit Hung another stream of steely perfume lulu the air Whose hand I asked again Do you ask because you want to know or only to make Idle talk I want to know What for 1 think the drawings are good should like a pair by the same hand Can you direct me to the artistNo Why IIOU The artist dont like strangers 1 will order you what you want That will not do I prefer to talk over the subjects with the pslnter The dwarf turned again and gave me a probing look and again took up hln chisel and cut shilling curls with out reply grew Impatient of this parley He knew something and It must out- Look nt me Georgia Iuiltliam said Stop your lathe a minute and charge me for Use time u hundred times overt I know thu hand that painted these pictures My x rtrult and my friend and my horses pur trait are here on your wall Only one rnou In the world chill have painted then Ellen Clltheroc Here are her Initials III the corner You know where she Is I wish to see her I must see her ut saner now Keep cool young muni This Is my shop Im master here Ive put bigger men than you out of this door before Whats all this must anti skull about What your name Klchiird Wude- Iadlhuni loft his lathe cause to ward me surveyed me earnestly iignln sand then took down thu draw hug whcruln I nptearcd He com pnnd the man standing before him with his counterfeit presentment There could be no mistaking me I lad the honor to resemble myself as the artist had remembered me Youre tile minus said Pudllium Ive heard of you wasnt looking sharp nut to have known you when you first came In and stood there by the door waiting for me to speak first Illchnrd Wilde give jue your hundl suppose If I am the best me chanic In England called no on good authority you wont mind striking palms with lUeo I shook him by the hand pretty vigorously Youve got a middling strong grip of your Ilht for outs of the overgrown sort stud he Where your friend Johns llrent lien In London searching for Miss Clltheroel Wheres your horseilea Illack Dead Shot and drowned in the Missouri helping oft a fugattvu slave flints brave Well Jllcbnrd Wade my dear child Ellen Cllthcroc and her father are lucre In my house They aria safe here after all their troubles up In that room where crhaps you marked the roses In the window She has been sick at heart to lave heard nothing from you sluice slue came to England It will the one thing also lacks to see you and If you will let me say a few words to you first Ill take you to them do on If you have protected my frlendc you lire my friend nml I want to Lear what you hale to slay CHAlTEIt XXXIII CAST THY IIUEAD UPON TILE WATEIW I am short and I shall try to make n long story short said Iudlhain I wish to tell you In alt few words as I maywhy Mr Clltheroe and his daughter lire In my house look nt me a stunted maul Life In n coalmine stunted me I suppose was burn underground I know that t never remember when I wu not at work either harnessed like a dog and dragging coals through a shop where I could not stand upright or when I grew stronger bigger I Will not to grow down In the darkest holes heating out with a plcknxe stuff to make utter mens houses warm mad cheery If I had had air and Him amid light anti hope I might have burn shapely man It was In iJincnshlre the coal mine where I laud been shut up boy nnd man some twenty years as I reckon There came onu daya weakly mina who luu mat peen used to work hard Into the shaft and they put him nt drawing out the costs I dug Hugh was the name he gave tie hail sat been long enough under gsuniad to time Ills face black before wed baptized luau Gentleman thigh I hud never seen a gentleman to know him hurt I had n feeling of what one ought to In std so lanai my mates In the pit Ccntlenmn Hugh seemed to ns to suit the nick name wu gave him Were roughs down In the coal pits amid some of ns iiru brutes enough but Gentleman thigh managed to get ns all on his side and then wasnt n man of us that wouldnt give him n lift Gent haiann Hugh took n fancy to me and did I to him Nature hind misused me assail life had misused him We hud something to pity each other fur limit hail the advantage In the dark damp hole where we worked I Lund lost nothing I knew of nail hag better 1 was healthy and strong If I was stunted I could help Gentleman Hugh and save him wearin himself out And so I did lIe was the first person or creature I hind ever eared for 1 did what r could for him In light enlng Ida work but he gave me bad a hundred thnus what could give WUH hands without head or without any head that could make my handi of use He had head enough and things in his lured taut his hands wen never meant for tools to get n liv- Ing Gentleman Hugh waked up nay brains I knew how to pick wail dig null sometimes wondered If that wile all should ever be at Hut air nod daylight Krcjiicd ns If they slid not belong to me I wax a drudge nnd never thought of anything taut drudging until Gentleman Hugh came down Into uuyshaft and begun to tell uiu t hint there was outsldu of coal mines He told me about himself that he was Hugh Clltheroc u gentleman timid bow he hud been ruined by fac tortes maul coal speculations It wan his losing hits fortune In u coalmine that set him on coming Into ours to make his bread sand jmor bread too for a gentleman He said he was sick of daylight It was better to be a drudge so he said down In the black est and wettest hole of any coalpit In Lancashire than to beg bread of men that pretended to bu lust friends when he was rich and sneered at him for bis folly In losing his wealth I found out that there were wrongs sad brutality above ground as well as under It lay and bytvhcu Gentleman Hugh and I hind got to friends he took me one holidayand showed me his daughter She was n sweet little lass He hud left her with the rough women the miners wives Hut she hail her own way with them just ns hu hud hash with im They called her little Lady Ellen and would have cut up their own brats If they hadnt been oo tough If she hand wanted such dint Little Ellen sweet Insst wns not afraid of me Dwarf George assail Runt Irnrprt ns they called me She did tint run away and cryor point and laugh ut me ns the other children did Star tans picking daisies on the edge of nn old conlplt when we first saw IIIrn little curly haired lass of five years old She was crowned with daisies and she didnt seem to me to belong to the same IhiKij of beluga us the grimy things had been among nil my days Star gave me n daisy and asked me If knew who made it And when I said I didnt know unless It eniiio of It self she named God to me Nobody had named God to me before except in oaths Do I tire you sir said Iadl ham with this talk about myself Certainly not you interest mo greatly The old gentleman will hnrdly foe ready to see you yet It Is almost nine and at the stroke of nine ha hoi lain breakfast I always go up then to give him good morning You cnn go with me Meantime tell me how you found them again I found them by n drawing of hers Rut I will go on straightforward with my story- I couldnt stay n dolt though I had to drudge for ninny n day after I first saw little Ellen nand she pave me the daisy assail named God to me Whenever I could get away and that was only once n quarter or n half year I went up to sec her She made a friend of me nnd told me to take cure of her father He wns very much down quite broken nnd help less with just enough strengths to do half his apMlnted work So I helped him with time rest After n long time the owners found out that hu hind education and they took him Into eat office All the men were sorry to lose Gentleman Hugh nnd when he tent I lust heart mans took tu drinking up my miserable earnings with the rest There I wns a drudge In the dark nnd getting to be n drunkard when Kentlemnn Hugh come to me nnd told mo how some one lad left him n legacy amid I must get out of the pit and share with him He sold little Ellen would not be happy unless slam hud me So ha took me up into the nlr and sun nnd put me to school Hut I could never learn much out of books Int tools in my bunds and I cnn make things and that Is what my business Is In till world You see those nrmx well made as your own You see those bunds strong as n vice and those lingers that iw a womans They are totals and able to bundle tools The rest of my body Is stunted my brain is stunted Im no fool but Im not the turn I ought to be Ev cry day I fret that I can not put my thoughts tutu time highest form Every man of ntiy jiower feels that said by whatever machinery his power finds expression To be continued Southern California where Natures freaks are so varied Is probably the only country which furnish H spot of snllclcnt sins nnd smoothncKM to ninku the palling of a bout on wheels possible This is the dry lake In the Mojnvu desert In Kern county about Idfl miles from Los Angeles a Imam of land nine miles long by seven wide with n surface smooth ns a Hour Laird ns adamant nnd without n sign of vegetation except In one xmull place near the center which might be called an Islat u- dExcavations nt the ancient site of Carthage luau brought to light queer looklng razors used during III1 time when till Iunlu metropolis contend ed with Itome for the mastery of the world The razors are about seven I inches lung The blades mire orna mented with allegorical designs USING OUR TALENTS Sermon for Those Given to Depreci ate Themselves Dlseonrspof UrTalmBB on the Short Text To Another Onecull Task to Accurately 6s tliUMtv Unrirlvr Copyright by Louis Kloosch N Yl This Is a discourse by Dr Talmage for thoHu given to depreciate them selves and who have an ideas that their best attempts amount to little or nothing text Matthew 25 15 To another one Expel first from this parable of the tiilents the word usury It ought to have been translated interest Usury Is finding u man In a tight place assail compelling luau to pay on unreasonable sum to get out Interest Is n righteous payment for the use of money When the capital lilt of this parable went off from home he gave to lula stewards cer tain sums of money wishing to leave them proutably invested Change also your Idea as to the value of one talent You remember the capital tat gave to one of his men for bust ness purposes five talents to another two to another one What a small amount to lust you think and how could he be expected to do anything with only one talent I have to tell you that one talent was about 7200 so that when my text says To an other our It implies that those who have the least have much We bother ourselves a great deal about those who are highly gifted or have large financial resource or exalted official position or wide reacting opportunity We ore anxious that their wealth their eloquence their wit1m employed on the right aide One of them makes a mistake and we say What an awful disaster When oust of them devotes all his great ability to useful purposes we celebrate it we enlarge upon it we speak of it ns something for gratl tilde to God Meanwhile we give no time at nil to consider what people are doing with their one talent not realizing that ten people of one tal eat each are quite as Important as one mUll with ten talents In the one case the advantage or opportunity Is eoncenh red in a single personality while In another It is divided among ten Individuals Now wheat we want to do In this sermon Is to waken pco pie of onlyone talent to appreciation of their duty Only a few people have five talents or ten talents while millions have one My short text is like a galvanic shock To another one Tine most difficult thing in the world Is to make an accurate estimate of ourselves Our friends value us too high our enemies too low To timid out what we are worth morally sad mentally Is almost Impossible We are alit to measure ourselves by throve around us but this Is not fair as they may be very brilliant or very dull very good or very bad Indeed there are no human scales that can tell our exact moral and mental weight nor Is there a standard by which we cnn measure our exact in tellectnal height so the hardest thing to do Is to calculate our real stature or heft That it will be no evidence of egotism In any of us if we say that we have nt least one talent What Is It mans finding what It Is what use shall we make of It The most or the people finding that they have only one talent do as the man spoken of In the parable they hide It But if nil of the people who have one tnlent brought it out for use before this century is half past and corre spondents begin to write at the head of their letters 1050 the earth would be one of the outskirts of heaven I ask you ngaln What Is your one talent Is It a cheerful look Carry that look wherever you go It must come from a cheerful heart It Is not that Inane wile which we sometimes see which is an Irritation In other words it must be a light within us sc bright that it illumines eye cheek nostril nnd mouth Let ten men who nre ncciistomcd to walking a certaIn street every tiny resolve upon a cheerful countenance as a result of n cheerful heart and the influence of such n facial irradiation would bi felt not only in that street but throughout the town Cbcerfulnes Is catching But a cheerful look b exceptional Examine till first 2 0 faces that you meet gong through Pennsylvania avenue or Chestnut street or Broadway or State street or La Snlle street or Euclid avenue nnd 10 out of the 20 faces have either nn anxious look or n severe look or a depressing look or nn avaricious look or a sneering look or a vacant look Mere Is a missionary work for those who have trouble Arm yourself with Gospel comfort Let the God who comforted Mary and Martha at the loss of their brother the God who soothed Abraham at the loss ol Sarah and the God of David who consoled the bereft spirit at the loss of his hay by saying I shall go to him the God who filled St John with doxology when nn exile on bar ren Put inns and the God who has given happiness to thousands of the bankrupted and persecuted filling them with heavenly riches which were more than the earthly ad van tages that are wiped outlet that God help them If lie take full possession of your nature then you will go down the street a benediction to all who see you std those who are In thus tough places of life andare run upon amt belled and had their homes destroyed will say If that man can be happy I can be happy Ile luna been through troubles as big us mine and he goes down the street with a face in every lineament of which Users an joj fwd peace M heaven Whnt am I groaning about From the same place that man got hi cheerfulness I can get mine Why art thou cast down 0 my soul and why art thou disquieted within me Hope thou In God for I shall yet praise him who is the health of my countenance and my God Again is your talent that of wit or humor Use It for God Much of the worlds wit Is damaging Most of sat ire has a sting In it Much of caricature Is malevolent Much of smart re tort Is vitriolic In order to say smart things how many will sacrifice the feelings of others The sword they carry Is kern and It Is employed to thrust nnd lacerate Hut few men In all the world and in all the churches realize that If wit Is bestowed it Is given them for useful for Improving for healthful purposes If we all had more of it and knew how to use It aright how much It would Improve our Christian conversation and prayer meeting talk and sermon Robert South and Rowland Hill and Jeremy Taylor and Dean Swift nnd Lorcnz Dow and George Whitefield used theIr wit and their humor to gather great audiences and then lend them Into the kingdom of God Frivolity Is repulsive In religious discussion but I like the humor of Job when he said to his in solent critics So doubt but ye are the people and wisdom shall die with you and I like the humor of the prophet Elijah who told the Haallte to pray louder ns their god was out hunting or on an excursion or in such loud conversation that be could not hear them I like the sarcasm of Christ when He told the selfrlgh eons Pharisees that they were so good they needed no help The whole need not n physician but that they are sickor when In mirthful hyperpole he arraigns the hypocritical teachers of His day who were so particular shout little things and careless about big things saying Ye blind guides that strain at a gnat and swallow a camel and the Bible is all ablaze with epigram words surprisingly put and phraseology that must have made the audiences of Paul and Christ nudge each other and exchange glances and smile and then appropriate the tre mendous truths of the Gospel There are some evils you can laugh down easier than you can preach down The question Is always being asked why do not more people go to church prayer meeting and other religious meetings I will tell you We of the pulpit and the pew are so dull they cannot stand It But when we ask why people do not go to church we ask a misleading question More people go now to church than ever in the worlds history and the reason Is li all our denominations there Is a new race of ministers stepping Into time pulpits which are not the apostles of humdrum Sure enough we want In the Lords army the heavy artillery but we want also more men who like Burns a farmer nt Gettysburg took B musket and went out on his own account to do a little shooting jHlTerlin- ttrom the other soldiers The church of God Is dying of the proprieties Or Is your talent an opportunity to set n good example One person do lug right under adverse circumstance will accomplish more than many trea tIes about what is right The census bus never been taken of lovely old folks Most of us If we have not such a one in our own house now have In our memory such a saint We went to those old people with all our trou bier They were perpetual evangel ists by their soothing words by their hopefulness of spirit an inexpressible help cannot see how Heaven could make them any lovelier than they are or were But there are exceptions There is a daughter in that faintly whose father is impatient and the mother querulous The passage of many years does not always Improve the disposition and there are a great many disagreeable old folks Some of them forget that they were young untidyintheir asthma or rheumatism Is BO bad other people can laugh or sing and goon as they do The daughter In that family bears all the peevishness and unreasonable behavior of senility without answering back or making any kind of complaint If you should ask her what her five talents are or her ono talent Is she would answer that she has no talent at nil Greatly mistaken Is she Her one tnlent is to forbear und treat the childishness of the old as well as she treats the child Ishness of the young She Is no mu slclan and besides there may not be a piano In the house She cannot skill fully swing a croquet mallet or golf stick lucked she seems shut up to see what she can do with n ladle and a broom aid a brush and other house hold Implements She Is the person ficatlon of patience und her reward will be as long as Heaven Indeed much of her reward may bu given on earths She Is In a rough college from which sue may after awhile graduate into brightest domesticity She Is a heroine though at present she may receive nothing but scolding and depredation Her one tnlent of pa tience under trial will do more good the nanny morocco covered sermons on patience preached today from the tasseled cushion of the pulpit There is a man In business life whose one talent Is honesty He hns not the genius or time force to organise a company or plan what is called n corner in wheat or a corner In stocks or a curlier in anything lie goes to business at a reasonable hour and re turns when it la time to lock up lie never gave a check for 0000 in all his life but he is known on the street and In the church and In many honor able circles as an honest man Isis word Is as good as his bond He hums for 30 years been referred to as a clean upright Industrious consistent Christina non Ask him how many talents he has and he will not claim even one He cannot make a speech be cannot buy up H Buurkethe cannot I afford an outshining equipage trat what an example he Is to the young what an honor to hIs household what a pillar to the church of God what a specimen of truth and Integrity and all roundness of character Is there any comparison in usefulness between that man with the one talent of hon esty and the dashing operators of the money market The chief work of the people with many talents is to excite wonderment and to startle and electrify the world What use is there in all that No use at all I have not so much interest In the one man out of the million u I have in the million Get the great masses of the world right and it does not make much difference about what the exceptional people are doing Have all the people with one talent en listed for God and righteousness and let all those with five or ten talents migrate to the north star or the moon and this world would get on splendidly The hardworking Industrious classes of America are all right and would give no trouble but it is the genius who gives up work and on a big salary goes around to excite dis satisfaction and embroilment the genius who quits work and steps on the stage or political platform eats beafsteak and quail on toast and causes the common laborers com pelled to idleness to put their hands Into empty pockets and eat gristle and gnaw bones The world would be mightily improved if it could slough off about 5000 geniuses for there are more than that on our planet Thentthe man or woman of one talent take possession of the world and rule it in a common sense and Christian way There would be less to amaze and startle but more to give equipoise to church and state and world To another one- Among the 114000 words of Noah Websters vocabulary and the thou sands of words since then added to our English vocabulary there Ione out mastering word the power of which cannot be estimated and it reaches so far up and so far down and that is the word come It has drawn more peo ple away from the wrong and toward the right than any word I now think of It has at times crowded all the 12 gates of Heaven with fresh arriv als It will yet rob the path of death of the last pedestrians It will yet chime so loudly and gladly that all the tolling bells of sorrow will be drowned with the music It is piled up in the Bibles climax and peroration And the Spirit and the bride say Come and let him that heareth say Come and let him that la athirst come Have it on the point of your pen have it on the tip of your tongue Monosyllables are j mightier than polysyllables and that word come it the mightiest of monosyllable After the resurrection day and all Heaven is made up resurrected bod les joined to ransomed souls and the gates which were so long open are shut there may be some day when all the redeemed may pass In review before the great white throne If so I think the hosts passing before the King will move in different divisions With the first division will pass the mighty ones of earth who were ai good and useful as they were great In this division will pass before the throne all the Martin Luthers the John Knoxes the Wesleys the Richard Cecils the Miltons the Chrysos toms the Ilerschella the Lenoxea the George Peabody the Abbot Law rcnces and all the consecrated Chris tian men and women who were great In literature in law in medicine In philosophy in commerce Their genius never spoiled them They were as humble as they were gifted or opulent They were great on earth and now they are great In Heaven Their surpassing and mag nificent talents were all used for the world betterment Aa they pass in review before the King on the great white throne to higher and higher rewards it makes me think of the parable of the talents To another ten I stand and watch the other divisions as they go by division after division until the largest of all the divisions comes in sight It la a hun dred to one n thousand to one ten thousand to one larger than the other divisions It is made up of men who never did anything but support their families nnd give whatever of their limited means they could spare for the relief of poverty and sickness and the salvation of the world mothers who took good care of children by example and precept starting them on the road to Heaven millions of Sabbath school teachers who sacrificed an afternoons siesta for the listening class of yo ng im mortals women who declined the making of homes for themselves that they might take care of father and mother In the weaknesses of old age ministers of the Gospel who on niggardly stipend preached in the back woods meeting houses souls who for long years did nothing but suffer yet suffered with so much cheerful patience that It became a helpful les son to all who heard of It those who served God faithfully all their lives and whose name never but once appeared in print and that time in the three lines of the death column which some survivor paid for sailors who perished In the storm while trying to get the life line out to the drowning persecuted and tried souls who endured without complaint ma lignity and abuse those who had only ordinary equipment for body and ordinary endowment of intellect yet devoted all they had to holy pur poses and spiritual achievement Aa I see this the largest of all the divisions from nil lands and from all ages pass in review before thi King on the great white throne I am re minded of the wonderful parable of the talents and more especially of my text To another one There are 0743 locks and keys in the Qrand opera house Part ITTHEOITIZENBEREA KYJUNE 6 I01 Who Owns Berea College Many pooplo oven somo who lire in the village of Beroa do not fully understand the aims and workings of this great institution Before tlio Wnr as wo all have heard it was begun or founded John O hay J A R Rogers John HaiiHon and others drew up a eon ablution or agreement that was the beginning of the College This con stitution begins with the words In order In promote the Caunc of Christ All that has teen done by this school is in Christs immo and for His glory The Constitution goes on to say that the object of tho College shall furnish a education to leastnilvisible expense in nlono7The founders and all who smco ed thn Institution believed that one of the best ways to promote the cause of Christ was to provide an education for nil who really it To give roan bread without making him what it is worth will do the man mrmmako him lazy and a pauper lint to give a man an education of the right sort will make him n good citi zen The Founders of the school went out to secure money to pay teachers forth so thatUllllll IMIUIIll n nun so they might give an education to all who were in earnest to get one The money and other propertywas placed in the care of w hJ are to use according to the plan laid down in y the Constitution This Board of Trustees is continually renewed by the election of new members so that the work of the College will go on Jinrevtr The now house is being built largo and comfortable so that when the noble people who have given BO generously for the work of the College come hero like Dr Pearsons and Helen Gouldthey can Im suitably entertained IJerea College then is not a money making institution but a gift a great trust an institution founded and conducted for the benefit of the iwople Good moral character is re qui- reI as n condition for admission to the advantages of Berea College Tho College does not ask is he rich or is he poorT It does ask is ho a person of good moral character And the people at Beren are known and noted fur and wid as honest ten perate industrious cleanhearted and virtuous Some young people have to he rejected every year Some am not found out for a time But where else can you find five hundred young men and not a cigar or a pool of tobacco juice Where else can yell find so many young people who an strict in paying their board bills find their laundry ills and the den tint bills Hundreds of young pro- to learn in Berea from their Chris tian teachers how to lie happy with out being wicked or foolish and they go forth to bless the homes and hchoils and churches of the land SOUK thing for everybody is altered in the different departments of this treat school We say n word about these departments so that parents know where their children will be placed in the school This is oneof the great advantages of Berea It has a separate teacher for each subject and for each grade and can thus do far better work by the pupils the thA schools where a few teachers try to leacheverything Model Schools If your son or daughter is not advanced far enough to let a teachers certificate they will b0 placed in the Model Schools in tIn grade where they can do the lost work and advance the most rapidly Besides the regular studies in the Model Schools all are taught some thing about Singing and Gardening and the boys something about Carpentry and the girls something about seeing and Cooking Those who can onl stay in school a short tint are advised to put in a largo pi rt of the time in Carpentry or Housework sn as o fr themselves for soon as possible to earn a good honest living This SubPreparatory or A i Grammar is for thoso who have or t could get a low grads teachers certifi cute hut who tied more drill in the common branches There are three divisions of this grade one division for those who expect to take the Nor mill Count which trains them for teachers another division for those who expect to take tho Applied ficientf Course which fiU them for KnrmerH Housekeepers and Busi ness men mid the deadest which prepares them for higher education Chits Siinms ago 15 of Winches ter was drowned Saturday while bathingJas Girvin an LN brakeman was killed at Paris Saturday by fall jug between the cars of a local freight rain IS THE SCHOOLMASTER ABROAD In Tennessee North Carolina Kentucky HaritlyNewGermanyUas per President Dabneys article As is Education so is Production University of Tennessee RecordFigures there given Tennessee IMassachusetts Became a State IlKloro 1 8OOI before 18OO Population Census 1900 ohot10 ii 80r84o Amount of money spent annually for eilucation 10283181i8s9s3sN- umber of Children of School Ago 41tS4r 4711177 Number of School Days in Year 81 days 1 SS days Number of Absences from School in Year 147111 111000 School Period less than t yrs 7 years Per Capita Spent on Education in Year 83 cents 507 Population Earned per Capita per Year 116 260 The total annual production ol tho United States in the year 1800 was less than 13000 a year or ton cents n day counting working days in tho year for each man woman and child by ISM ttu production lend increased to nearly 9200 a year or 30 cents a tiny and in I about 17000 a year or f5 cents a day Tho production of Massachusetts in IStO was 2o for each Ulan woman and child or 85 cents a day The most fnrorahlo figures make the total annual production of the people of Tennessee in ISHI less than 11600 a year or US cuts a day for each inhabitant Another way to express it is to say that the average family of five in Terniesieo must live on j8000 a year counting everthing produced all tho farm and in tho home as well as sates and money wages while thin same family iu Massachusetts has SI 80000 a year to spend and the average family of thin United States has 85000 Put these facts together and we at once see their tremendouH significanceThe r of education in production may be presented again in this con crete way from the statistics above it illoell that Massachusetts spent in 189399 1226152r more upon her public schools than Tennessee But see what a return she gets Each taw of the 2Sr tlG citizens of Massachusetts men women and infantshBII all we have said a prOtlllctim capacity of S2COOO a year against 11000 a year for tho average inhabitant of Tennessee The inhabitant of MassachusottH has tills an excess of 11100 a yoar over the average inhabitant of Tennessee This means that tho pooplo of Massa oploinTwelve Million Dollars Invested in Superior Education yield 400 Millions a Year Our groat Resources in Tennessee Gllmnte Soil and Miner oil are useless In the hands of an Untrained People More intelligentlynative people of and the drawers of water in their indus tries Common sense and even unmeasured energy do not win in these days without education A Problem in Arithmetic Berea is not a monoymaking insti tution It flirts the services of all its teachers It charges only an incidental fee to help pay for sweeping and warminfftho school rooms etc fee insures caro in any sickness so that you are safer in Berea than at hone And then you must lire at Berea you have to eat even if you stay at homo You may board yourself under regulations board iu approved families in Beren or board at cost in College buildings The items are given below and should bo studied carefully Notice especialy 1 Room fuel incidental one months board must be paid in advance 2 Fuel will be GO cents more in the winter GO cents less in the spring 3 Students below Grammar schools pay only 3GO for incidental feo 4 Students in A Grammar and be low have free textbooks 5 Students bring their own bed ding and towels 6 If you get any work to do for the College you are paid at the end of each month in credits on school expenses 7 They cant lend you money but the Treasurer and every teacher will be your friend- Necessary EipeMes for Term 12 Weeks Itpajrito hue a tilde ntn money for tact urn boob and other thing But the nc emirr ezpciue are only u follow To pay tile flrat dar HALL HALL School f Incidental Nee 14 60 U Ex RapItrl Fee 26 pviwm nooks etc about 2 00 200 tell Vepollit 100 IOU Room stove table etc 2 00 2 Fuel and Oil 2 W 300 Rent of Uinndrr 60 Font Month Board 6 00 6 Wving IT25 ii5paydudogthetormellp M BeJl1nolnllla1 Mo Board 6 00 Beginning 3d llo Board fi 00 BOO IS 2S 75 Key Deposit returned 00 00 Total tbpene 11 Week SO IK 35 70 For too b low Unnmar deduct the 12 for boob and tl from locldental fee making the total only Z7flWhen lour girls room tooaiher each aare par room and U or more on foil making the total only 1175 Fuel It 50 cent more tu Winter and 60 cent ter In Spring term Panon who herd tbamaelTM taD spend at much or HtUe aa they ehooae on living expnuna The k b rkpricebbsd eovUIUor will enDt aebool which wW ehui owe t whole Ute for the bdt- erlChicago College Dental Surgery Until DcawtMat tl Lab Font Ualrcnlly Twentieth Annual Course of lostroctlon will begin about Oct liteoillne about May lit For catalogue gidng full Information i regarding counts and for descrlptlfe book J let address u DM TRUMAN W ROPHYDean Wood Jt Harrison 8ts Chicago To OUR CORRESPONDENTS Owing to an overflow of special matter we are compelled to drop put tho Field Correspondence for this issue Repair That Looni Homespun is coming into fashion again and our girls keep up Colllgtisof fireside industry which may bring ninnyhomesWo can pay for wollwovon linen 40 cents a yard Joans 60 cents llnsoy 5O cents well matched bed coverlets 4 to 6 Patent dyes not accepted preferredFor information address JOSKPIIINE A ROBINSON Homespun Exchange liorea Ky THE HOME Ivtllteil by Mm mica J STUn III motor III DomcMIc Science llrrva College For the Housekeeper ridding a pinch of Halt to coffee gives it tone Mix stovo blacking with a little ammonia to prevent it burning ofT Add n few drops of ammonia to the blue water to whiten the clothes Place an apple in the bread and cako boxes to keep bread taut cake moist Add ono or two tablespoons of su gar to strong turnips when cooking Add a lablespoonful of kerosene to n pail of clear hot water to wash the windows Add a little sugar to milk to vomit it from sticking to tho vessel whilo boiling Sprinkle grated cheese over oat meal porridge instead of sugar and eat withtnII111 To prevent tho fringe of towels ami touts from breaking and wearing ofT snap tho article when tho fringe is damp In ranking cake try mixing a table spoonful of flour with creamed sugar and eggs Imfore adding milk Itgivon n finer and more velvety texture Make a splendid furniture polish by taking a wino glass of olive oil ono of vinegar and two tablesjioons of alcohol apply with n soft cloth and oHllh with n flannel rimIto tho preserves A hull portion of chollltl1 apple else makes a delicious confection giving its own flavor to the rhubarb jam tnrtIIII natural as it wore is superlatively good eating served with cream Edit SALAD This is best made in individual dishes us it is apt to look miissy if served from a largo one Take rue egg or ono mid onehalf to each IHTSOU Boil tutu eggs hard nnd cool them in water thov will shell easily I3e careful to shell so as not to slot tho white Slice the eggs lengthwise and arrange iu thin ditties Sprinkle with salt suet popper and very little mustard then cover with vinegar about an hour Iwforo serving Selected ed Hint for Bright Girls Some ono huts suggested fifteen things that every girl can learn before is ir Not everyone can learn to play or paint or sing enough to give pleasure to her friends but the following accomplishments are within overbodys reach Shut tho door and shut it softly Keep your own room in tasteful outer Have an hour for rising and rise Learn to make bread as well ai cake Never let a button stay ofT twenty four hours Always know where your things are Never cone to breakfast without a collarNever go about with your shoes un buttoned Bill Nyn often spoke his witticicmn laden with the truths Among those is the following A man may liMo a wart on tho back of his neck for a collar button ride on tho hack coach of n train to save tho interest on Ids money until tho conductor comes around stop his watch nights to sure tho wear and tear leave LillIi null t without a dot or dross to save ink pasture his mothers gmvo to save corn but n man of this kind is a gentleman and a scholar compared to n fellow who will take It newspaper aunt whet asked to pill for it iun it in the otlice mud marked r0fusel To the Kirby Knob Correspondent Tho correction mado by the CITI ZENS correspondent at Kirby Knob is accepted with thanks by tho un dersigned and ho desires to to the Powell Brothers anti Mr Gay that J W Van Winkle does not know nor ever heard of a case against said Powell Bros and Mr Gay for burn ing a school house or any other house Ho is summoned to testify in behalf of the defendants in a case in which tho Powells are plaintiffs and tho trustees of Dist No 21 are tho defendants Tho suit was brought to recover balance duo for building a school house that burned in said district Respectfully J W Van Winkle BEREA COLLEGE set Places the Best Education in Reach of All Over 25 Teachers TOO Students from 20 Status DeNt College Library In Kentucky NO SALOONS Trade Schools Carpentry Printing Housework Nursing two years model Schools General Education and fitting for advance courses For those sufficiently advanced to get a teachers cerli fictile Applied Science Two years course with Agriculture for young men and Domestic Science for young ladies Normal Course Two years with practice teaching Academy Course Four years fitting for College for business and College VOllrsoLiterary Philosophical Classical for life Music Reed Organ Choral froo1 Vocal Piano Theory We are here to help all who will help themselves toward a Christian education Our instruction is a free gift Students pay a small incidental foe to meet expenses of the school apart from instruction aunt must also pay for board in advance Expenses for term 12 weeks maybe brought within 2400 about SI4 to be paid in advance The school is endorsed by Baptists Congregationalist Disciples Method late Presbyterians and good people of all denominations- For information anti friendly advice address the VicePresident GEO T FAIRCHILD L L D Berea Madison Co Ky THE SCHOOL Klllod bf J WDIiinmoro mean of the Nor mill Department Ilrrca College English an It IM Written IIALK AS MANY MOHK LETTERS IN TIIAT LANOUAOE AS IN ALL OTHKII- SCOMlllNtD English is written more than any other language Statistics empha size tho fact that more letters are written in English than in all of tho other languages together To bo Moro exact throefourths of all tho letters that go into the mails of tho world aro in English This remarkable fact is tho more impress ire when we rcmomlwr that only aloutotwfourtb of tho civilized world speaks our language Times mire sub stantially nOOOQOOOO orson who speak tho ton chief modem tongues and of those inO000000 speak Eng lush Hut tho number is increasing rapidly beyond all proportion as compared with the Krowt h of other languages and as the English speaking people increase iu numbers not only do tho letters in tho language increase nut tho uumlMtr of letters per capita also increasu At tho iHgiuning of tho last cen tury about twelve er cent of the civi lized world sXku English at lilt middle of tho century it was nineteen llIr cent and now III parclnl- fho increase in letter writing has been far more rapid than thlnlld now out of the enormous numler of Ot 10000010 letters lasted last year 8XXWX000 wore written in English Tho nmreh of intelligence headed by the English speaking nictvi the wonderful lecreaso of illiteracy among them and tho demands of commerce with thirst HIIIIIO rncen in in its van havo brought this rertidt Commerce has extended tho post ollico y the globe into over cookahelrconler of the civilized world and its language has II evolved from the English tongue All races tint enter into commerce of necessity learn more or less of the English language and to soma considerable extent on their business lOrf1IHIllIltIICU Cnglish Any one who govs among bun native inerchantH of Hong Kong wlil 1x4 im pressed by this fact If you move with the world you must tlo it in English Then hag lish speaking Parsons write IIIOTO let hrs liccaiiso titers of them know how to write for while ninetyone per salt of thorn havo this accomplishment hut n little more luau 0lud1alfof tho pontons slinking other modern lau iiiagcft can write their names This is why the mail matter of tho world for hold thirtyono letters for each English speaking pen on German acute next with twentyfour anti French followed with Hovtmtoou personIn States nlono last year there wire mailed thirtyseven letters for each inhabitant which ag gregated forty per cent of all the let ters written In tho world and equal ed tho nnmlwr written by all lima na KuropoNext its 8000 000000 totters written last year Is the German with WOOOOWW French 1000000000 Italian 220000000 Russian 180000000 Spanish IliO 000000 Dutch IOO000tK10 navian SOOOOtXX and Portuguese 24000000 To thoso who have never consider ed tho subject it might appear that each letter is of equal im ortaiico in the formation of words but the relative proportions rectllired in the Eug lisp language are thesoA 85 blIi- r 10 d 44 o1201 25 g 17 h HI i 80 j k H I10 m 10 n o tjO p 17 q G r C2j s 80 t 10 uni v 12 w 20 x 4 y 20 z 2 It is this knowledge of how frequently ono letter is used compared with others that enables cryptogram readers to unravel so many IUYllterio Sehocllll Vassar College Iouglikropslo N Y huts boon presented by Miss lichen Gould with a 10000 scholarship iu memory of her mother WANTKO Capable reliable pen in every ut larKtlllImlanr flnwi rial npiilatlon alwneeuynaontnlalieapwrelll ier tmllouiMIiry1tldcanhedhnnl y nlexwnne lOon adrenal sTANUtuW- IlOUittlIKAltsoKsSTCIIICAO THE FARM llte l bjr 8 0 Iroliunr nl lie culture Items Cnllciro Faro Notes It III often the cnao whon tho stock has IMMIII kept rather closely confuted miecessuryduringif good euro in not taken to keep time clean they get infested with lice nncla lousy muiltmla cannot thrive no well it unity bo fed Kerosene oil sad lard in equal quantities well ruhlxd unto the hair is good remedy iw Is also strong to bacco water In nearly till cnsesit applicationten Tho richest food is tint always tho host adapted to tint requirements of the stock This is especially thocaso with young growing animals Thin class of stock requires a fool which will tniiko IXMIO and tnuxclc rather than fat In fact it is liiiurintii tint only to health but to thrift to load a young growing animal with fat readyforable to fatten well but during growth a good thrifty condition is latter than fat The shin in breeding should IMJ to buildup tho stock mid vitality stamina amid capability for and rapid Hut thus can not IMI dono by breeding from im mature animalx us breeding iron duo mature animals hits a tendency ode grnllllullydohrloMlltJ sad development When it is desir ed to improve it in always last to wait nniinids uric at least reasonably well nmtiirnl Jrolhlgfat A good thrifty condition is much better anil will Him more satisfactory results ExcoHxivo flit in only allowable in animals intended for tine butcher Excessive fat uras causes degeneration of tote vital organs while it may not CHIIHO tho ani Zunis to hut barren it tints seriously ofTHlirillgSoitlwr nmls IM minute oxeensivoly hit as such a condition causes degeiienition of time muscular tissues and in tho omit checks tho growth Stock raining and grain growing nguIlIhthe stock to consume hit grain anti to enrich hits lanetM there is little or nn productllgood management fvcrything stay Isi foil out to n good ndvantngii nnd more or lots that which would other win go to wasto can Iw converted in to markutablo products e Few colts urn born with defective hoofs nnd if such appear later on in n majority of caws it is the turret ro suit of tho truntment given Iarticii lur care must bo taken on the first shooing as IIall its correct execution iu a largo incaMiretiio forums lion of the animals foot and tho de velopment or at least good working of tho joints and tho securinir of strong tendons An n safe rule time slices ofcolts should IMI light amid relatively narrow tp allow of thu elastic play of tho foot whilo offering no l11ont to its development Change tin shoes oncn n month Where till colts are loft unshod their feet ought to jicriodically examin ed nutl if need be pared as this way guards against blemishes then it ac customs the wits to laws their feet 11I11rtl1ntwill often insure Hound straight hoofs and a little neglect defect onos Selected Miss Mary Wroten ag d Ui died at the Noun of Dr 0 W Wroton Louisa Ky Saturday night Sho was time oldest person in that section Booker T NViishington lass IMHIII notified by Andrew Carnegie of kin intention to give 20000 for tho erec tion of H library building for Tusko RIo Institute Tho building will Iw erected entirely by student labor No More Vermin and its Attending Evils Our IeorloMf Poultry mull Animal Fuiiiig tor will KHitivoly rid fowls and anitiiHls of lice units mites and germs of every kind It is worth many times its Cots but litllo No trouble to use Lasts for yoursBig to Agents B CODDINQTON Co Berea Ky Ohio College of Dental Surgery Department of ntlstryUnlymlty of Clnclnnitl Contra Avo and Court St Cincinnati O This College was organized In 1815 aril ttiu fitUh Annual Session begins about October 8th 1001 Throe sessions of savon mouths each are required rfor graduation This m the first Dental College ostablwhuil in the West It is coeducational and has a teaching corps of twenty instructors Its build ings are modern and well adapted to the requirement of toted dental education and its clinics are unsurpassed Optional Spring and Fall Courses in Clinical instruction are also given Peas are 103 ouch Session For in formation and Anaounoaunut a 4r m II A Smith D D S Dean 101 Garfield Place Cincinnati Ohio Our new story Malcoln Kirk commences June 27 1901 L r