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Bcrca General Hos
pital. Introductory Statements.
Tho hospital Is hero to assist
people in curing (or tin nick.
It is always ready to receive pa
tients. It gives better care than ean bo
given in even the best home, and nt
much less expense.
It is ulfO ready to send apprentice
nurses or emergency helpers to care
for sick tiersous at their homes, at
It expect all who can do so to pay
reasonable charges, and the expense
of others will Iks met by their friends.
Tho hospital will lie grateful for
gifts which may bo used in caring
,for those who lack botli money and
1. Patients, or their friends,
should apply to tho Superintendent,
who may always bo found at her
Ollico Hours, lO.-.'tO n. m. For furth
er particulars see chapter 1.
') C i I'nrVTJ It-litl llflVn tilt I1 1 Hn4-
iUl lo (li lirmVnii
nt slii?lit indisiKwition
by calling nt the Hospital, (2) calls
ratlin u Jipm Hitil.
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ilst! 4a.l.it ill Ml limit- 1 ittul cnrH
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at the Hosintal when the buperin-
tendent considers it necoosary (!,'-,
aud I!, without expense to them) nnd
(4) nccesiarj- medical attendance at t
greatlr reduced rates. I
3. TkaIXINO IN C.IRK OF THE SltK.
A few yotiug womeu of proper rjualifi
cations will bo received nt begiuniiig
of each school year for instruction.
For particulars see chapter II, or
apply to tho Superintendent.
I. Admission .d DucfurEt of Patl.nU.
1. Whenever able, the patieut shall
applv in persou.
, in ouier cases ai -
cation may be made by a friend,
the patient shall bo visited at his resi
deuce. . . . .
Applications from places other than
arun t.iliur I u (iiullik 111 tl'ritinf ml
dressed to the Superintendent of the
Hospital, aud, when practicable, by I
the attending Physician of tho patient,
accompanied by a description of the 1
2. Any officer of tho college or
either of the Physicians or Surgeons
in attendance ma)-, in casoof emergen-,
cy, send n patieut in tho first instance
to the Hospital by written permit, and
the superintendent shall decide, as i
soon as may be, whothor afterwards, I
such patient shall remain. i
a. Persons accidentally wounded,
or otherwiso disabled or injured, shall
bo received at nil hours.
4. Incurablo cases, nud those of
long Btuuding, which will admit only
of tempoiary alleviation, are not re
garded in general ns suitable subjects
for admission; tho chief object being
to afford substantial medical aud
surgical relief to as -large a number
of patients as possible.
5. No person shall be admitted
with any highly contagious disease.
Persons infected with primary
Syphilis shall not bo admitted by
the Superiuteudent, except by tho
consent of the Attending Surgeon,
and if admitted, shall pay no less
than double the usual rates of board.
6. Patients discharged on tho re
commendation of the Physicians or
Surgeons shall bo provided with a cer
tificate stating their condition at tho
time of discharge, whether cured,
relieved or not relieved, which certifi
cate shall be signed by the Physician.
Whenever a patient is removed
from the Hospital without the consent
aud approval of tho Superintendent,
a written statemont to that erlect will
tho responsibility of the removal. b uorvous in the examination for somo
7. Patients may bo admittod to the I reaso"' N 0 can Bue8S ll
Hospital at such rates of board as may i Your correspondent was talking with
be from timo to timo determined bv ! old Mr. Wilson who is 78 years old.
tho Superintendent and Treasurer:
such board beintr securod by a sullici
ent deposit on admission, or other
guaranty equally satisfactory; or
they may bo admitted, nt their dis
cretion, to unoccupied free beds, if
II. Instruction in Hygiene and Care of
Tho Trustees now otter a two years'
course in hygiene nud i-aro o'f tho
sick. oung women iu this depart-1
mont will register with tho Principal
of the Ladies' Department, observe its i
general regulations and uharo all the ,
privileges of other shutouts. j
1. ApplioaiiiH to the iirst year on
probationers' clues must bo mature
youug womeu, of good character and j
health, ami without relative depend-1
oat upon thorn who might interrupt
their course of study They must nUo !
have Winn education iu the common '
2. The "first yearn" or probationers
will reside at Ladle' Hall or in ap-
proved boarding places, liko othr!
studeuU, and rwoivo one losson a
day in the Hospital, aud other iustrtic-1
tion in such clashos in fho other do- j
partmonta of tho Iiihtitution as the
bupermtwidout may seloct for them ,
J. llie mslructioii of this year will I
covorcouimou puysioiogy ami nygiono
the taking of temperature, keeping
of records, diet for the sick, disinfeo-
tmn ii lid irnnnrii 1 niMiiru v n n1 f!l &1
ity iu following a TToctor's directions.
Young womeu who complete this
year'iwork inn satisfactory manner
will be rocoinnioudod not as nurses
but as emergency helpers who in
cases when nurses cannot bo obtained
umr cuii .ujrvu , caro ior un bick j
under direction of a doctor at a com-
fiensation of from threo to soven dol
ars a week.
1. A limited number of the moit
promising studouts who have com
pleted the course as omergenoy help
ers will be admitted to a second year
(continue-) in itxtb column.)
Cnpy for lhl l)fnmrnt mutt nmeh tlie fit
Itor on Kuturikjr tm mlln ilntr n( Imim.
The Owsley county institute closed
Friday, July 20, with tho usual for
malities. Every teachers of the
county save ono wan present, about
(50 teachers holding county certifi
cates having attended most of the
time. Some wore prevented from
i . r it . i.
oeing present pan oi me limn iy
reason of sickness.
I Our Institute was visited bv Profs.
i uuruaiian and Lewis oi i.omion, iy.,
jwho were made honorary members.
Both gave instructive talks which
i worn miirli niutrcintpil lir the Inxti-
, uuu mm ivng itr m- luiiii-uiiri'irti ij
' us all. Our Institute was also high
' ly instructed by Mrs. Yocum of
Berea College. "Her talks and meth
ods of instruction were received with
the greatest attention as they were
very practical, and her advice so well
suited to the school-room work. Shin
has made many warm friends in
UvvhIcv nuil wo hoiu fllJO Will IIL'UIII
visit us nnd meet our teachers in their1
visit us nnd meet our teachers in their
sonooi rooms ami inert- earn nu
( niwtit our imnlic HcnooH aul toai'Jiors
t l I ,1
nud mountain People. The Iwvs and
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irins oi mese inouuiaiu couuiics are
apt to learn and possess thu strong
i ininil when educated unit reliued tliat
is so essential to irood citizenshiii
Our instructor. Prof. A. C. Flesh
imin of ISngdad, Ky., gave entire snt
isfnctiou to the teacheri and citizens,
ne brought forth and prcsentwl the
, lit'st metliods of teaching our county
I schools. e heartily recommend him
, '1 mid pleasant instructor
I n,ul ,ve that our Institute will be
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T Jiiiii iu uau in tin a n, iii'V'in nun
: ;u , l; "".V
: Iiopothev all succeexi woll, for they
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themselves for tho work before tfioin
Most of the schools commenced
on lust week.
Your correspondent teaches at
Meadow Creek, and commenced Julv i
Quurtcrly meeting at Boonovillo'
last week, with Klder Miller presid-1
Dr. Andorson savs tho most of 1
his practice is on Wolf nnd Island ,
Miss Xanuio J. Hevnolds, au old
student of Berea College, is going to
teach Fish Creek school.
The prodigal, Jas. Wilson, return
ed last week after an unsuccessful
attempt to join the army.
Miss Florence Ashor. who is teach-
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stitute at iieattyvillo lust week
Tho Owsley Institute has just clos
ed with ifoou attendance and hrst
class instruction by Prof. Fleshrnan,
of Shelby county.
The Reynolds boys of Berea are
visitintr relatives and Iriends in Uws
lev. They aro lively boys and we nro
glad to see tnom.
l(. U. bmith, candidate to repre
sent this district in next general as
sembly, was hero last week, shaking
bauds and making frienda.
W.T. Herndon is going to teach in
district uo. 26. He contends that
the nearest way to bis school ia by
way of tho mouth of Wolf Creek.
Tho Julv examination had onlv
two applicants, J. L. Peters and .
T. Thomas. Mr. Peters was verv
Ho says he nover was sick a minuto
in his life and so never called n dot-
tor or took a doso of medicine, and
that he is now as strong as most
Wo aro glad to say that one moro
oifort has beou mailo to extend tho
It. X. I. A B. up South Fork. It
could not go through n county moro
enticing for wo have an abundance of
coal and timber. We shall bo at
homo when they como.
Charley and Albort Reynolds visit
frieuds hero last.
Mr. M. V. Roberts conducted n
good institute at Mauoimstur lust
Vour oorrtwpondont beyan school :
last with mi unrolluittiit of soveuty
Tho ftiuonil of Mr
l'ld at Whito Oak, Sunday. A large
FHrm work is over und logging will
lw t principal occupation hero the
The diu of tho threshing machine
may bo heurd in tho distance and
farmers aro asking: "How muoh i
whent did you raise this yearl"
T,e inlmi of Harrison Gi.dd diwl
j. ork on tho roads about this place
1 Teachers' Institute in Rockcastlo
county begins August 11.
jUgg Jectt IJukor attended tho
!,, Knin i.tnV rbi,.i v
Miss Nannie Antrlin is visitintr
friends this week on Roundstouo.
Wo had a heavy storm Saturday
night, dumaging corn conaiderably.
Mr. Swiuford gave the young
people a song service Thursday
Mr. John Stewart of Clay county
has recently moved to this neighbor
hood. Miss Eliza Swinford pleasantly
entertained William Mullinsof With
W. D. Etnbree, of Berea, visited
your correspondent last week nnd
gnvu a short talk to his school.
Miss Johnson, of Tanyard school,
was tried for whipping one of Win.
Gadd's children and was acquitted.
Good for our citizens. Tho teachers
must be protected.
Institute liegauat MoKeo on
x. P. Bullock has been very
Onlv two took tho teachers' ex
aiuination last week.
Edwanl Anderson is working in
Owsley at present.
John and Keal Moore are drilling a
well for James St. John.
Jame.4 II. Jotius is buildiuir u dwol-
1 ling near his father's house in Tyuer.
Our pi'lmol liei'im wik with n
' , n,,,,.,,!.. " xr. Dvelm i u
good t.achcr nud we wish him a sue
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.1 l l-.Mnlic nil Inut r.ir
f.m; wnere no w til jom.a smai i par -
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, mis weea. isn vou u ineiisaui m ),
Wo have beun having plenty
rain lietu ior lite past week.
I Tho Hirch Lick School is getting
along nicely, about 70 iu attemiuce.
Prof. Marsh of Berea passed
through here last week.
Won attending the institute
Frank Haves, aud Ker. J. D. Nut
ting pasl through hero to-day.g
ingto Kirby Knob to lecture against
John C. Powell has gouo to Liv
ingston to t-t'o how he aud his partner,
John Fanner, are progressing iu the
School at Pine is progressing nice
ly. Crops are looking tolernbly woll,
though wo mod rain.
Mis Martini Lako 1ms just returned-
from a pleasant visit at Clover
Miss Minnie, Luko has returnisl
i from a visit to her brother, O. M.
IVviic, at Disputantu.
0. C. Moore, of Welchburg, has
alwut seventy five pupils in school
hero. Ho is well liked.
Corn is looking well, considering
tho dry weather.
Edgar Gooch was at home Satur
day and Sunday.
M. B. Reynolds wont to Crab Or
chard Tuesday on business.
0. W. dimming went to Mt. Ver
non Saturday and was taken sick.
Mr. J. C. Watson attended the
teachers' institute nt Somerset last
Mr. Davis, a Barbourvillo drum
mer, was with our merchants last
vMr. Hubble, one of the railroad
prospectors, was through here last
W. A. Collins has sold his farm
with tho intention of eoini? to Texas
J. Reynolds and son aro Bellini?
goods ut cost expecting to quit the
S. A. Barnos has moved back to
her old homo where sho will spend a
Mr. K. W. Reynolds had u lot of
fine apples destroyed by Mrs. Bar
nes' hot; Sunday, while ho was nt
David Elder had Geo. MeRobortn
indicted for trespassinir but, aftor iro-
ing to Mt. Vernon for trial, they com-1
Boo Lick is a prosperous littlo ril-'
Inge of about " inhabitants, two
general stores, ouo hotel, ploutv of
good citizens nud good surrounding
M. G, Reynolds has moved on tho
old Albright farm which ho has re-
centiv purouuMAi, ana is rwpuiring
entlv purclmMAl, and
: tlmnlil hnildiMt'x mill iiihUIiii' iiiiiiii
G. B. Sutton is teaching school at
Union winch in about live miles from
his home. He boards ut homo but
doesn't always go tho uoarost route
iu order to get to his school early.
Mr. Hubble, a promiueiit-lHwyor of
Lancaster, p'iswsd through here Tues
day oreing at dusk and mot David
Adams on tho road. Mr. Adams
tliroiiL'h a mifelnke add refill Mr.
Hubble an Dr. Southard, this insult
iiiL' tho old man, ho rather disputed
Mr. AdatiiH' word, notwithstanding
tho Doctor is ono of tho cleverest
young inuu of this county.
Panola was blessed, Friday, with n
Friends of Mrs. E. S. Bukor will bo
sorry to learn that she is very ill.
Miss Jennie Evans opened tho Red
Hill School last Monday, with a large
Mr. J. V. Logsdon and son have
just returned from an oxpedition to
tho mountains, whero they bought
several huudrou sheep.
Mr. Alson Baker, of this place, and
a former student of Berea College, be
tVIIInt lijr JIM, Kath K. l'l tSA, Trfch.r In
In WamorV "Being a Boy" tho
trials and troubles of the small boy
on a farm are given, mid although
his pleasures and fun are also con
sidered, tliu reader feels that it la very
easy for a parent to consider John
just a sort of machine, n human ma
chine, if you please, whoso only pur
pose in iffo is to run errands nnd do
odd jobs of work from morning till
uih-iii. iuh n ummiuuinii iu iraim
case on tho farm. It is so easy to call
for John to come nnd do all the mean
little jobs of works, as well as nome,
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j of the larger ones. Indeed ho is of-
, ten put at work wU'ch is beyond tho
strength of a growing loy, and then
; wow outlet' why John is huy. It in
not that, it is only the result of work-
jing too much nnd not resting enough
limn lie linn mn ijiuimii. "u ""'"imiiVn .. ... ..II r .1
him on errands as if his legs could '"7" ' 'r , , '
never get tiiedorasif his feet never 1 n,l let the little people depictures
sufTeml from stono bruises. jwith nome motive. One thy - and
Now I do not say that all children more it may ho. "Tuko these ttick
niuwmn w,uu a ie ... ..,
ill. U Iltl KIIU IllL'lU ill1
who are really just lazy, who must bo
made to work and who will grow up
into tho most confirmed
, loaiors unions mini if oi uimnui
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: iMtirIit while they are young.
i Tho nversL'o clnlil is tioi in as
i r.,. .i,.,,,,,,, f i,,.;,,,, ,v,iw tiwi
hard as he is of not huviiiL' enough
recreation mixed with the work. If
you try it you will find that ho will
do as much work as ho did boforo aud
feel better for it if he knows that Ht
the end of tho week ho can go fishing
for an afternoon, or after crops nro
hud by, ho can take n trip of soverul
diMM to some nlsce ho has wanted to
visit. This plan applies well enough
as a sort of reward at the completion of
a certain amount of work, but there is
Hiii.ther wax- of urovidiiiL' entertain -
ment and "en joj mont in which the
girls can tdinro. though I notice there
are some girls who enjoy lisiung as
WO!! Ht hUlllO IHMS1UI. I lll-IC .liv mnw , ,. , ... I ,, I .
those nho can slioot and rido as well 1,11 word. jkMLIo out of
as Ih)Vs, and who get ns much enjoy-, "'Iters. But drawing is n gn-ut
iiient'out of it. But what can bo favorite aud the fact that teachers so
done is to have tarious kinds of i,,fti.n funtiot drnw in no reAson whv
games to plav in tho ,owo. TUf ,,. cW,n,n , y
arc good at all (xwsonsrcif lhyeraiid .. , ., ,
can be played by nwirly evervoiie in uuist reulwo that chihlren s uuagiita
tho family. "Checkers ifominoH. tiou is mufe in-ttvo than ymirs and
chchs. nutliors, gic-awny, iKiiil, and that thev will rxiituro tho untrid
many other games which you all lnnn, ,,,;,, , A, t
know are good to help puss away tho '
timo during ho winter ' e;enii.gi e " -ry story or poom worth givmg to
lM'ciallv. children may bo illustrate! bv thoiit
Competition is alway au incontivo !
to increase Hkill, so trial of skill may
bo arrauginl between noighliors ami
many a pleasant evening can bo spent, i
The boys can of course think of
many oilier ways oi trying wieir
There is another thing which tho
girls cau do which will bo goo! jn
several ways. It is lo learn to weave
nud spin. It not only occupies spare
limo. tHtt u Keeps auve mo nome- sco how many tuiIK9 can ,jrawn
spun industries of tho country and it ....,.. ., . ., .
furnishes a product which will bring ( a',,, l,"8 00 .tho '? f
money into the homo. Homespun '"r dots, changing mere circles to a
cloths brings a good price in our buttou, spokes making a w heel etc.,
large cities and a market for it con lw thon additions on ouUido only, and
found at pet3- ... . you can mako a mouse, n dip uet and
The real results of having a change tJ .
of works is more than merely nmtis- !"veral other things, but with lino
ing ourselves. It is to strengthen the added both outside nnd in, n great
habit of industry. We can rest by variety of urns, pitchers, vases,
changing work as well as by ceasing , snimai. ctc, ,nay H, nn,jp All
work. And wo should not ullow tdlo- ,.,. ... . ' ' . , ... . J.
ne.s to increase but aubstituto somoork tn"8t lf BM nel Wllh cnrf Bud
thing useful iu its place. nPctton whi done.
gan n school, n few days since, near
Kirby Knob, Jackson Co.
Mr William G. Wolf, tho Western
Uniou telegraph operator at this
place, loft, last Wednesday for his
liome ut Aicholnsville, where lie will
spend n fow days w ith his friends and
M. G . Dowell began school at Beech
Grove July 10.
Hev. Wm. Buckles visited his fam
ily iu .Richmond last week.
Hev. J. Liiiisford preached at Beav
er Pond Christian Church July 15
and It!. Two were baptized.
K.W.Todd visited Booch Grovo
school lust week and took pictures of
tho school houe and or the school.
John Todd and his brother went
through CoiiiIm last week with a
drove of sheep from Jackson oounty.
Mibw Lulu Kindred, of Locust
Branch, is very ill with coiMiitiipiioii.
Crops horo have boeu damagad half
on account of the dry weather.
Daniel Swulford Iuh a f 1 no loy.
Miw Brigmnu's iohool is inuraiu
ing. Wood Bros, are still in the logging
Trigg Swallord killed a largo rat
tlesnake last weok.
Robert Wood has put up a ntoro
at tho mouth of Ottor Creek,
Bud Baker aud Bowman Smith
Btarted for Woodbiue, Whitloy coun
Dill and Will Freeman hauled a
load of may-npplo roots to Trigg
Beu Bingham, sou of E. L. Bing
ham, died July 20.
Mrs. Haynes, colored, shot and mor
tally wounded a colored man here
Killtnl lijr Mm Kurt II. Vm I x. limn "I tt
Niirm.l lMrtmnt. Il trn V)l(cr.
For the very little people tuke n
newspaper, cut Into pieces about six
Inches square. I like some regular,
definite size a you are helping the
children to iret nu idea of ciiuarn
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measure Mick it pin tlirougli one
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cUlM- L" him prick n hole m every
has, or "was." or "the, etc., on the
paer, only one at a time being given.
i H you havn desks, stick-laying
'msy bo made very helpful. L'so
toothpicks, inch Micks, of vottr own
.,, f,.nc , frM N,l0(V
where jour I ekls are, your gnt.Un.
bam, lot, yawl, etc." Another titnw
thev iimv nIhut vimi Hi,, kind of
farm that they would like Ui have, a
house that they would like to live in,
grove of pine trees and Indian tent
to illibtrnhi Hiawatha mid other
ixx'tns and stories that you may Im
at work on.
When they know their words pret
ty well, phonic work is useful.
Write- not print all tho words in i
the at family, us cat. rat. nut. mnt.
etc. or tho -nko family, as rnke,
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1 AKn"' they may writo all
names of animals
or of lloivers, etc.
that they know,
,,,, lko onle
in a very interesting even if crud
manner. Then Nature gives ondlcs
form for our imitation. I do not ap
prove of laying leaven on tho slate
aim urawmg oroumi mom. -Much
Iin-mi IUI. I1UI 111 ll-BTCH OU 1110 ! Htrail'llt to till, toil Tlliaia ll... .
all where all can sofl and lot thenil.t 11 i ' . 1
j "'"" n m-o ami let them j the railroad surveyor get over some
,uriiw BS 8eeu- of the terrible grades out in tho
bometimea Uiko small circle and
Felix McCarrny wos hauling lum
ber and riding on tho wagon. He
caught his foot, throwing him oir and
injuring him soveroly.
Judge Nenl, of Bell County, died
July 21. Ho was a noted citizen of
our county. John Culton, another
good citizen of this oounty, died on
Kontucky Fnlr Datos
Tlio following nro the dates for holding '
Kentucky fairs this year iu far as re
Berea, Aug. :),:il, Sept. 1.
Richmond, Aug. 1, 2, U, nnd 1 tit.
Loxington August 8 fi days.
Madisonville, August 0 ( ulays.
Iiwronceburg, August 15 i days.
Lebanon, August 15 I days.
Columbia, August 22- -1 days.
Alexandria, Atigiiht 22 - 5days
Louisville (Colored Fair), Aug.
Gormautown, August 'J8 -I days.
Brodhoad, August 28 -1 days,
Sholby ville, August 28 !1 days.
Spriugllold, August 2JI 3 ikys.
llartistown, August 20-tidays.
Ii Grange, August !J0--8day,
Floronoe, August days.
Elisuibothtowtt, Sept. 5 1 days.
Bowling Grcou, Sept. 13 l'days.
Glasgow, Supt. 20 1 days.
Guthrie, September 2.S 1 duys.
Horso Cavo, Soptembor 271 days.
Owonsboro, Ootobor It 5 days.
County Court Days.
Paris, Bourbon County, lot Monday
Richmond, Madison, 1st Monday,
Lexington, Fayette, 2nd Monday.
Stanford, Lincoln, 2nd Monday,
Ueorgotowu, Scott, !lrd Monday,
Danville, Boylo, Urd Monday.
Nioholasville, Jossamino, !)rd Mouday.
Winchester, Clark, Uh Monday.
Venaillei, Woodford, 4th Monday.
HUH i. r. Mwn, MmkoI llwKrnl.
IMtr, Hrrm Orfhga.
A grent deal of work laid out on
roads Is waited Ik-mush tho work
done is of such a temporary nud
tnako-shift nature that tho next hart I
lain destroys it nil. Moro thorough
and excusivo work could bo imida
to stay iu plnco mid mi would bo
cheapest iu (ho long run. Inn rainy
region like this water dm-s most of
the dniuiigo to roads. To prevent
this the water intuit not bo allowed to
gather into largo volumes. Have
tho ro.ul bed higher iu tho middle
nhruy and then the rain that falls
finds its way at ouco to the sides aud
hns no oer to wash tho bed, nejth.
or is it left standing iu puddles to bo
chimin! up into mud by the wheels
or horses' fool. No pike surface oven,
is ho firm that it will not yield to tho
grinding aetfon of piisiing travel if
water stands iu littlo hnllown to nft
riiupthc metnl. Thou too, wheu a
small li(rt dixM get started the
wheels go into that with n chug nud
ocrt it force like a blow to ihhko tho
hole dcoer titill.
Tho first thing to caro Tor thou is
to keep the road-U-d crowning and
full iu tho middle mid tho next is to
keep the annul! holes fillwl up ns soon
as they apeur. Tho thin! will l to
take euro of the water at tho ride.
I Kery opportunity should m taken
for turning tho water olf to the side
into the fields or down in tint hot-
j 0,vs. It is a large stream of water
, that has the power to wash ami cut.
not tho little one. 'I'l.i. ia ir.i.. !.. .1,..
greatoHt ineamiro on stoop grades.
Tho ower of a stream to do dnmago
on n steep grHtlo incronsH muiiy
timoM moro rapidly than llie ti-ep-ihm
of tho grade.
On our mountain roatls a heavy
grade it frixpiently ittiow,iMe to
avoid. Hero wo are in tin ulley and
tlwro WXJ feet bIkivo us is tho top of
tho hill. That is a cold fact that we
cannot gel around, but if that tM
feet rio can lo marie iu threo miles
instead of one it w ill not prove a very
hard climb. So sometimes wo can
load tho rand back and forth aloug
, the face of the hill instead of iroinir
Rocky Mountain. I romemhor look-
ing out of the car windows at ouo
place ami seeing tlirco lines of track
on the mountain aide below ua aud 11
train that really was following ours,
apparently going in the opposito
Mako a large, rather broad capita!
S to ropiwont a curved road. Draw a
lino connecting tho ends nnd this
will represent going stnight up the
hill. You will soo in a glance how
much is gained in easo of grade.
eomlnul from rt column i v
fi. Tho second years will reside
in the hospital, and recoivn Their
incidental fee, board, and uniform
without cijoiiBt, and render active
service in maintenance of tho Hospi-
,al nud caro of its patients, as well aa
s i 8l,oh cases outside tlm Hospital
,a the Superintendent may assign
Tho Superintendent of the Hos.
ipiial will sign their rojiortH to thu
..U.J . IIIIVIIJIII,
pa i. and hnvo itnu.ir in
excuse them from tho regulations of
tho MiidonN .vrnnunl when theso
icontllct with Hospital duties, as well
I ns to give such special oxeusm as may
bo given by parents. See Manual
6. Tho .wond your course covers
twelve mouths of continoim rohklonco
1 and hervico iu tho Hospital, with reg
tilrpnctiooiis woll as systematU- in-
struction from manuals snd text-ljooks
furuitJiod hy the Inatitution, ami on
its satistmitory completion a diploma
will Ik given.
7. As the second yoar studonts
in tUU couriK recoivo the iiuit ox
penaive trainiiig thnt Borea College
aiTords thev placo thenihelvos under
obligation to render all tho service
in their owor, aud especially to con
tinue to do so during tho latter iwrt
of thoir course when thoir sun icon
begin to bo of como value. Each
young woman entering ujkhi this
year will sign an ogreemont to con
tinue to tho completion of the course.
Teachers' institutes nro to bo hold
iu tho various eouuties at tho follow
ing timoa nnd places:
Wolfo, Hazel Green.
Madiiou, (col.) Richmond.
j. Mudison, Richmond.
.i PfAM'l Banrlllo.
Aug. 11-18, Lincoln, (col.) Stanfortl
( Rockcaitle, Mt. Vernon
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