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BEREA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER BEREA C, 1899. in knowing something about teachers who will FELLOW CITIZEN'S. I f .T -- 1 1. r.mtOR and MANAOKH. I am a candidate for the rnpontlble xnltlon o( uvgiu iiioir wutk in uerea vuuegu m. I'rea. anil Un, Frml ate ripetled tho oponini; of tho colletre year. All lei ttlalor, for the ttale of Kentucky. IMblUhaliltheomreot 8. E. Weteh attended tlrr ftirlxmrrllle Fair In my cate I do not tee that tbe ofllce It of them como with the lnghost of recT1II3 OITIZHN, Korea, Ky. liiKtlieiMii. nor do I o(terint.'lf aa candidate lait week. at the earneat reuet of any ItidlTldual, much ommendations, and several of them tmnd-rlnjEttmd at Ikt at Brrm, Ay, u rounl-aglII. It. HIM li lea. an "earnvtt appeal of many Totert " after a Inn and am already known to Uerea s workers. Furthermore, ami won than all. from the IllnrM. Miss Eflie Thompson, Ph. B., was politician'! .tand point, I am not the reprexenta-Ih- t W. D. Knibrre U pendlni two week of any KlltIcal party at Tinkeducated at We lies ley, Mass., and IDEAS. No party at tuch, onea me ltatupport, nor doea er, Clay county. Boston University, with postgraduate Indindual owe Fall Term of Boron College opens I). r. Whit of Richmond tpent a few daya any tervlce rendered mea any political faror for work in several institutions of note, any at politician, any maIn abort. I am not .the candidate of at 8: 10 A. M. on Wednesday, Sept. 13 hern the put week. having held a fellowship at Bryn chine, party, caucut, iirronventlon. one tceek from (onlay I hate lifter autight office Mlri I'hamy and Krale Itlihardujtt came up aeured a victory over myauopponentbut once. I Mnwr, Pennsylvania. Sho will take by meant from Antiwar, Friday. Wo hnve watched huudred of honorable, fair, ami ttrlctly legal, and II I thall chargo of classes in Latin, Greek, Style, Mm. Yocura and ber daughter ate traiellni ucrceil In prorlng to you that I am worthy of Christian Evidences and Bible Study, young people wlio havo nttonded Boyour mippurt, and you cborim tne at your through JackMin county. res Collego and those who havo bocn around to to which sho has given special prepao candidate will hare ISTo Krneat 0. Dodte returned Haturday from lil complain that my election wax nbtalnol by un- aration, and in which sho has had hero in the all term havo always fair or Illegal meant. made tho moit satisfactory progress. IratelalntlieOld World. largo experience. Miss Thompson is RICHMOND, KY. 207 WEST MAIN STREET. To thoe who datlre to know aninalhlng of niy aa fol a native of New York, and has had Dr. If you could giro your child a farm with J - I.uik returned Hunday from a rllt My'flntroUwaarattlnAuguit l7for White largtf oxperionco in teaching in Misit might bo lost iu a few yarn, hut O, hlUtrat F. tlerniudl. II. McNutt went to hi. home at Tolelporo, and llltgerttarr, ileinocratle cundldaU. to souri and Georgia, as well as in seveducation cau uovcr bo lost. Aud Madlmii rounty In the auto legltlaturc. eral northern States. ow oducatiou will help your boy or laat Friday, for a week'a Taiatlon. Thelropponentattlielieiulof the KrtljcrHI. Arrcof IU,0. Ullel hi. brother, nothing party were Fleldaand Clienault. who by Mr. N. L. T. Nelson, Ph. D., comes girl to maku money and lay up propthepowerialaldof The Northern Itauk of A. O. A gee. from ftiturday until Monday. erty for themselves. won the rate and ray young vote went to tho chair of Botany and Physical MIm Carrie Wooda returned U.t week from for nought, judged by tho utual atandard. Science with an oxcellcnt record in The result of good icork and reasonable prices is that we Welcome In IRju AUrabam Lluroln wax nominated at both scholarship and teaching. Chautauqua where the int the aumtner. A now have customers in all parts of the Stale Chicago by the Antl HlaTery party for iirealdeiit. Mr and Mr. Oould rvturued Wednesday Irom Stephen A. lnuglaat, of llllnoia, wa the regular craduato of Carletou College, Minn , Boforo our next number npcars, When you want party Iortli, where they (pent ten nominee of the ileinocratle nominated by and after five years of experience in high The Citizen will 1m welcoming tho their ramp at the John C Beckenrldge waa " dap. rvprewntlng tbe ultra protlaterynectlon school teaching, ho has jnsi completnew students. Thoso who havo boon bolter., in candidate the course work nt tho here before know that thoy have good Nathan Welch I. clerklni at 8. F. Welch'a now. ol tbaSouth: Tenneaaee, ed a llell. of wai Ho will tako friends in Boren. To thoso who come Iluilncu l arowltif w that an extra man I Here certainly waa a condition confronting the University of Chicago. , the nation, w hleh requlreil ihelhoughl-fu- l history Let us know and tee xcill sejid you designs and prices horo for tho first time we hold out a conthleratlon of erery patrlotlb cttlten who a great interest in tho natural II. Woodford R. left yeaterday morning for denlred to tee a republican form of goremment of this region, as woll as in tho work warm right hand. We shall bo glad Headstones, $6.00 up to any amount. teach Iu the city perpetuated. Beroa. Mr. Nelson is a native of to seo you. Our faces may seem F.Tan.Ttlle. Ind., where he The Democratic tiany thou, aa now teemed of an trango nt first, but that will not last. achoola. Minnesota, of Swedish descent, and hoiielewly illrlded. audi for lieinocrat cat ... ... "Como right in and taken chair, aud Chartea Coyle left lait Welnedty for Indiana, my own, ami my rote one,the IJncolii elertoM, has had his experience in Minnesota lilbly two othcrt, rest off your hat, and uiako yoursolf where he will eek a location for the mercantile the only totca catt In my precinct for schools. Abraham Llnculn Mr. John Thomas White. B. S at home." Withiu n fow days you butlne. At prices to suit the times. Material and work first-clas- s. to take, It wa an exceedingly Oeo. Camp and Klljah Logan hare rcturm.l will say, as thousands huvo said bethen, and in the yraM '61 2 it waa not will assist iu English and mathemat from I'llln, III fore you, "Berea is n good place to quarry. Uxan.where they were working In a mi to artlnn in nime lorallten that one roleit the ics, in academy and normal classes. Ky. HARWOOD, "lllack abolition ticket' li quite alek. como to. Welcome' Mr frtendt know right well, how firmly and Mr. White is a graduate of Illinois Iter. Urorxe inn prtaelicd at Wallarcton, faithfully, 1. for a quarter of a century tlood by College, Jacksonville, 111., with an exSnnday. prof. I. V. lHdie preached at the Ue- theprliMij.''. whlrh Ic I to the election of AbraFathers and Mothers. tra year of training in pedagogy. Ho ham l.lnruln. ami the Ingrafting In our (ontltu-tutlonrea Churrli on the Mine date, A. P. SETTLE, aland is a native of Tennessee, and has had AioendmenU the 13. II. and Your largest happiness, and your MU Kdltb FaMilld left Friday for Cumlwr-lan- b lhee principlea ttnlay greatest ilnnger of griof. is iu your regarilleM of party tiamea, experience as a teacher in common The Cap. TenneMee, where he renumra her Attorney and Notary Public; do the mm' thing, and ao far at I am children. They are harder to bring work aa twin r in the Harrow Svhwl. high schools, both iu Tennosseo "incerned, antl hi far m my political "howi" and up than young apple trees, aud often Mr aud Mm. Jan lUrker ami xm of Leba- wim KUldet me, I am ready U artlrra that I have aud Illinois. Berea, Kentucky. haenotfeltthat morn difficult to manage than colts or non. Ky.. are tMtlH( Mr aud Mm. W. II. ItoU. not wen aday tlnre IwV that I timtequcntly the Miss Jacqueline M. Newton, Ph. B., the tuterrttt of the eople. and steers! You know the sous aud Mr. lUrker 1Mm. Itokt'a brotherln-oflitj'on Maln8ttet, In Maoalc Bids, upstairs. welfare at the nation hat been, ami It. nft.no comes from Berkeley, Calif., to tako great partlca were at the chargo of n section of the A Grammar daughters who have given joy to their MU Mary Iloopea and I'mldeut rrofa fiur matter whkhol the two head of altalra. parents, aud others who have brought yminaer children left Friday for Oberllu. Mln There nat not been an election tince the lime school. She is a native, of Ohio, n you You Want GOOD .referred t at which 1 did uot feel free to, and daughter of the lato Professor New Digests down their grey hairs with sorrow to lloopra return at the opening of toe fall term GLASSES Wv roteil for the awi. and uot the nominee tho gravo. ton. of Oborlin. Sho has hod her ed JotanT White, who wiU teach la the Normal of party arnllatlon. t will dolt again. It artificially digests the food and aids Is it not tr no that the boys and girls department the comlnc year, hat arrlred. and The prwent divided condition ( the demo ucation nud experieuco in California, Nature in strengthening and reconno aflalr of who havo done well are those who havo will Mn Tutor Raymond In the mountain thU critic party of the ttat at LoultTlllemine. havimr irraduated from tho University structing the exhausted digestive orhat The iVinrcutlon held week. ehanu leriied by tbe leading Journal of the Malt-a- t of California, and taken postgraduate gans. It Is the latest discovered digest somehow gotten an ambition to excel, top dog In came of dog eat dog" and Iter, and Mm. Win. Lodwlck arched Palurday, thea tight It therefore the party the ano ant and tonic. No other preparation to amount to Homethingt champion, and work in history and pedagogy, inefflclcncy. at a ma'ter of rnurae hat If you havo a child that desirss to from MewartTltle, Minn., and areocrupylnjt the the under dogaccepting tblt hypothettt. no room has been teaching near Berkeley, and can approach It In permanently It cures stantly relieves and up.ulra roonu In Ladle.' Hall recently in cu pled to complain, gst a littlo education you can alTord Heartburn, At tiefore ttatcd It la not mv Aght except In to brings to Berea a hearty interest, from Dyspepsia, Indigestion, far at I may Incidentally lie IM to affirm or deny previous acquaintance with the Presito mortgage your land rather than by Treaurer 0 borne. flatulence, oour oiuiuuuu, uuuaco. the mertta or demeritaof the Ooebvl election law. to disappoint that child. Brand by MIm Annie Ktlper or Dallai, Tex.. It vl.ltlng Sick neadache,GastraIgia,Cramp8,and 1 am, aowever, prepared to tute frankly that dent antl some others of the faculty. he may not want to go to school, and frlenda here, Before returning to tier home the t do not bellcrg that our atate hat yet iraperiectaigesuon. Miss Lucy Gale, of Cleveland, 0 allotncrrcsuitsorDaWIU aCo- Ctjtcogo. IF YOU WANT THEM AT ALL. corruption that It Jtatc poliUcal that ttate Prtporsd by E. C. Olamea that are not properly adjusted to your a littlo later you may hare to spent! expecta to take a aouevbat extended trip legtiJature ofwill deliberately frame and patt a comes to tako chargo of a section of eyca are actually (langeroua. I know It. ana through the mountains alleged, of "deal- tho B Grammar school, with the highmoney to get him out of some dislaw for the mle purrxwe, at 8. E. WELCH, JK. you oueht to know It. 1 will not attempt to tult . ing a tute electlou" and thua perpetuate the Mtwra Ouy C Hall and Herbert Walker of glaasea to yonr eyea until I know what li needea. graceful scrape. In power But If n, I affirm, est recommendations from Adelbert III. arrleil Saturday for a week't Ttttt leate of the Mrty party of Eyei examined free. Tho beat way to insure your child's the ttate. If In power, College, where she graduated, aud that no political A. DAVIS, Mr. and Mm. K. r. Falrcblld. LEWIS when to repeal would A Nice line of Novelties in happiness is to get him interested in tilth ttudent of Berea, and with Mr. Hall It a ple become to corrupt, uch a law. for only for peo- from friends at Berea, who have partlet exltt the former bit friend, good things. JEWELRY. Medicine will ret Itlt familiar tpota and explore new onea tpoUa, and teek no higher motive than that of known her work. telf aggrandUetnentl Now tho fall term of Berea begins in the hlUa. Miss Frances T. Booth, B. L a My political experience covering a period of T. A. ROBINSON, Jeweler and Optician. next Wednesday. You know what half a century pro rra to me that political virtue graduate of Alma College, Michigan, (Clean polltlct) It not the exclusive property of Berea has done lor other young peowill have chargo of the C Primary Office at Residence. any party. ple. You know that thero is not the BEREA LOCALS. And in the ranla of the democratic party, tbe school. Sho has been a successful republican party, and indeed all partlaa, metl wickedness goiug on at Berea that in Michigan schools, and has President Frost will preach at tho oltterllng Integrity, Irreproachable In their be teacher years of training in the art goes on in many other places, but Tutor E. B. Evans is to teach Enghad two polltll. aud rellglout life, men to trutteil, men whoe Uvea and character would of teaching. Chapel next Sunday, Sept. 10. that your child will meot there the lish and Mathematics at the Wiscon-so- n any poeitton to which Ibey may be called, adorn & PASCO'S best young folks, aud tho best of of pood government, State Normal School at Steven's HANSON men The Department oi Aiusio win bo T. S. Correll, formerly of Berea, is clan who In the Interettexample are needed aa politlca, and noble teachers. resided over by Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Point, Wis., the coming year at a teaching Shorthand at Ocean Grove, they were never needed before In our legtttatlve, E Don't say, "I will wait till tho win- X. J. ,odwick, both accomplished musi salary of $1,000. Judicial, and executive departments man who cannot be twerved, nor thrutt ailde In the dlt. ter." Tho fall is tho best time to cians and experienced teacners. charge of duty for personal or political reajont. E. E. Turner, Compton, Mo., was At Faristown last Thursday, Mrs. If I am honored by your vote to rrpreacut you Friends of Berea will recognize their and a student cau learn mora in Haawembly at Frankfort 1 pletlge niywlf to names iu connection with Berea and cured of pil.w by DeWitt's Witch one term at Berea than in a year at Frank Hitter was severely bitton by In ourthe zel Salve after suffering seventeen rerve rmrLr of my county and ttate to the 1 conceive to be schools. You know that this is dogs. many its musical history. Mrs. Lodwick years, and trying over twenty remebelt of my ability doing what H. C JASPER, M. D. . right aa Uod gtvet me power to tee the right. true. will be remembered by some as Miss dies. Physicians and Surgeons enThe Berea Fair will be held SepJ.W. VAN WINKLE. MEDICINE and SURGERY, And do not say,4! can't afford it." Both havo been dorse it. Beware of dangerous counBerea, Ky.,rVpt 18!. Nellie Ruddock. You can't afford to lot other children tember 22 and 23. Good attractions Office in Prithtt Building Richmond, Ky. teachers in tho music department at terfeits. S. E. Welch, Jr. get ahead of yours. Aud you can't are promised. Berea. Thoy como now from Telephone 103 & 109 What might have been a serious afford to havo jour children reproach Minnesota. We nopo to giro a somewhat full The Mt. rieatant Dlttrict Auoclatlon held with you for neglect by an by. The price account of Prof. E. O. Dodge's travels the t'lrtt Baplltt Church, at Uerea laat week waa The Department of Domestic Sci fire at the printing office last Monday a bleating to the denomination and a tuent to was averted by quick work in carryof ono cow expended in education at a later date. the race. Ha moderator, Kev T. II. Hroaddut, ence .this year takes a more independthis fall may chango your child's it a Cnrlitlan gentleman of alncere devotion to ent existence, in charge of Miss Grace ing water. Gasoline in the engine E. B. McCOY, r., f The College recently fought Iliram the caute of Chrltt and the protperlty of hit Stones, a specialist, iu iuui 1! wbolo life for the batter. juiu ui room caught fire and instantly set people. Figg's house and partly rebuilt it in Connected with thla association wai Mlnla-te- work, She is a native of Kansas, ed- ou fire tho clothes of Oscar Preston, Look Here, Young Folks! aud Ueacont' Meeting which held Ittteeslon was working around tho eutrine. preparation for rentiug. Weilnenlay all day, and one hour each momlng ucated iu the Kansas State Agricul who I You are getting to bo as tall as the during the amuclatlou. ltev. C.N. Km try pre tural College, and Pratt Institute, but fortunately Fred Keller was near The depot has been improved in aided. The aubjectl dUcutaed In thlt meeting Brooklyu, old folks. where she graduated. Her ami succeeueu iu rescuing wucor, thought. long and After full of looks by a coat of iiaint ou the insido were dltcuulon It wat decided byavote that no Are you going to b wise or silly t warm teaching has beeu in connection with who was paiufully, but not seriously not moral You must step carefully now, for and new seals for tho waiting rooms. manrouldbeaCbrlttlan and waa apreachedman. the work of Pratt Iustitute. She burned about tho left ankle. Two CENTER by The Introductory aennon -you may tako some step that you can it Work en tho dwelling house to bo Kev. D. C.IuKtancit. htt text being, What he comes with excellont recommend a- - days rest recovered him. a plain yet luinretaive way never lane one: iisihI hv Mrs. Putnnni i icull mwW Truth'" how the truth might be auppreued by tlons irom ner teacners in rrntt iubu- De Witt's Little Early ilisers perma-tut- ART GALLERY thowe-Are vou irolni; out into life with u'at nnil llin linnart will fuvin Iwi ilniiA tboaewhodealretodoevll, but the truth ItHif and is personally acquainted UOntly cure chronic constipation, bil would never de. your bnro hands, like an Indiau, got C. I. OQQ, Proprietor. The Mltalonary tenuon by Rev W. J. H. with members of the faculty at Borea iousness, nervousness, ana wornout Married, August 21th, at Greenup, Price; tbe Kitucatlonal termon by Rev. Duller, marriwl and settle down in somo Tho Matron of the Model Cottage fiwliniT! nlennso nud rearulate the en and other aertnona and addreuea by Rev 1, MilNothing Bat The fence corner, live a littlo worse than Kentucky, Mr. Watlo H. Carter and ler, ltev. II. C Ilaker. ltev Smother., Rcv.T. 11 tho oomiuu Year will be Mrs. Frances tire system. Small, pleasant, nevor Photos. Both are Harrit. Kdltor Wm. 11, Stewart, and othert were E. Newton, now of Berkeley. Calif., ' rrn or Ripken "famous little nills." your parents, and bring un your 'Miss Ada Buahanan, , Best Finish at the Lowest Prices. - t.. .A I, .. f., full of thought ami valuable Information. .i...l..ia ii I s. E. Welch, Jr. uiiuuri'ii tuueu nine more sorry man nuurawui unco conduvteU by ltev. O, 11, who is well kuown to several members The you are i Miller, wai nothing, lest than a great matt meet- of the faculty. Sho was many years . t 1 1.1 til ..!.....!.. !.. " ing offathera, molbera.chlldreu, and delegatea. " Sunday night, after he nee t'ng a " Va you tliiuk that you are bo smart i to ago connected with Berea College, Addrctea were delivered by llroa. J. ouT,ue8dlI7 afternoon, so M. !.. W P. Chaiiman, Mlulouary, 8. Uwyun, and later was a resident at OberlinT (the Glade Baptist Church had been Rev. Jack that you can get on without study, as DENTAL SURQERY. ready new stu- - Owent, llro. J. K Wlltou, Mlaalouary from Africa. took place .one of Miss Abbio S. Merrow comes from adjourned, there teuton wata blewlne to all preaent. A. WILKES SMITH, D. D. S. Thlt U Preaching through the day waa good. 8hout of those disgracefu scrapes, caused by ns thorn Fairfield. Me., to take tho Ing watiuppreaaed and the well preared and 'she has whiskey, which tend to disgrace so Smith Building, Main Street, thor thought fust that. They do own siiiuies mo next. uav. thoughtful termoua were lmprexK-upon the matron of the Ladies Hall, Richmond, Ky. not cvou know what education niouns. record of experie,ice in Messrs. John P. Mann, P. D. Mauu, mttid. of thorns nreteut. the auoclatlon Increased an The attendance of And there are a good many who and A. C. Mattison are playing in au dally and on Sunday there were more than two similar wor, uuu is u oir yi jiias . . ,i,a,lriM- n,i Telephone, lle.ldence, NuOt, Ottce, No 00. 10 hiiiuuui w buiuciuiuki uiwniu uanu, which went to tho li thoutandon the grouudt. A larxo aupplr of Florence Merrow, already itlontibed icuiij n 1 'i . a nicely tent undtr but who are always waiting and wish' A. H. Encampment at Philadelphia ice water aud eat heredarranged dav for metl. lilch with Berea as director of the Hospital. and twice a the deleeatea were tilled to their aatlafaitlou addv-- much to so pleasantly Thoy did bo, but wore followed by Miss Rose E. Miller, last Satunlay. On the way they will uuueriooK the pleoture of the oooulon. studouts'and others last Uoustauloit Thor go to free school and tako the visit Washington. Tl n "J"0 There waa no excurtlon but tbe people came known to tho t0 arn81 luen, aas'8leu UJ amo studies over and over and tieverf jutt ine tame. ieace ana quieiueta prevaneu voar and Sam Moran, who were acting as the auoclatlon Elder T. Q. Martin last week ihrouiihout that they had teen and all returned get ahead. They never havo tho Uerea and mat tbe home glad DKALKll IN AMATKUU SIHTUKS r' i i deputies. A numlwr ot snots wore r:' tj...i ...:n i norvo to start out to get u good od- closed a ten days' meeting at tho uerea people. knives were drawn, and in Fine Photographs at Reasonable Prices, Glado Christian church. Several ucatiou. Chester H. Brown, of Kalamazoo, "acas Uoyle was baUly cut on n formnr stiiiUnt of t Views about Rerea a specialty. But there are other boyn uud girls coufessions was tho result of his Mich., says: "Kodol Dyspepsia Cure dangerously with the Etlce- - otU wrists, Sloran wasthe-le- ft T ourea me oi a sovoro .case oi who hare really waked up and aw ..." l ari2 . . breast, side. cut in the rinbt was hard at work. They work, and earu, ble wrmons aud stronirlv rocommond it "V',1f M.4 TO . and wrists, and ho is in a serious con- . aud save. They find tho best school 8U0WU , to all dyspeptics." Digests what you inisiau,uuuueii . Onllownv retreale.1 at tho audi! need be nvlk a hundred miles Mark Spink aud John Burdotto eat without aid from the stomach, ing Department and HlgU Ul uuiifjvr, auu ou "ao not hurt. to get there. They soon (Ind out wout to palllt Lick Satunlay to help uud cures dyspepsia, b. b. olch.Jr. tug luo winter. Only ouo of tho Chasteeus was hurt, hat there are a grim many things to Caldwell High School ball team "luey are simr iwrfect" writes he beiugsuot ui tiio suouiuer uy me Office Hours, 8 to It A.M., W. P, Dean, Xenia, Ohio, formerly lw learned about farming and house-- 1 nKaugt Paint Lick. Tho latter team Rob't Moore, of La Favette, Iud of (joy le. are to m , p v Nallonai Bauk Building 1 work and carpentry, as well as about wouUi not ,mmll John t0 pitch and a student bore, seut tho editor a stim-- DeWitt's Little Early Hisers, tho "fa- - doiilored,bucii uisiuruances and tho guilty ones should men of tho muchtalked of kissing Richmond, Ky. tuo urt oi loaeii ug, ami auout nisiory ,ho Higll gbhool losL Score bug. It is now on exhibition at this tiious little pills" for constipatiou aud be dealt with as severely as the law and music. Thor are not like the all liver ailments. Noyer gripe. allows. oilice. There's nlwuys hope whilo there's poor Indian who is strong but ignorS DCSKM ?' oxpoctiug Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is a scieu- ant aud uutrniuod. Theso ore tho One Minute Cough Cure, "Au at For wounds, burns, scalds, sores, TRABCMARKS KalphNVi lianison tollifiocom 'uula,havi , tho omloni0. young people who will have tho host tack of pneumonia loft my lungs iu skiu diseases aud all irritating .erupANO CWTKISHIS ,.,,.. nf Vminont nhrsioians nud tho (HUAHKU farms ami homes in coming reurs. bad shape and 1 was near tho first tions, uothiug so (toothing aud heal- - teach at Bedford, Ohio, this year. AS stages of consumption. One Miuuto ing as Do Witts Witch ilazel salvo. "Best on the market for coughs and medical press. It "digests what you ADVICE In TO PATENTAWLRY Thoy will "find a way or made ft." Nolle InTcntlf Ac. " Hook "Uow to obtain I'aUnta'' fiuxt Wednesday several hundred Cough euro comnletoly cured mo." Mm. Emma Bolles, Matron Euglo colds aud all bronchial troubles; for eat nutl positively cures uyspepsin. Bvch young peoplo will gather at writes IIolou Mcllvnry, Bisuiark, K. wood Nurwory, Chicago, saya of it: croup it has no equal," writes Henry il.A. iteutou, isiooniiuguuio, ieuu Charget moJeraU. No fre Ull patent la aecorcd. Lattera atrlcUy oonBdenual. Addreaa, Berea, promptly for tho firgtt day of I). Gives iustaut relief. "Wheu all elso falls iu hoaliug our It. Whilfortl. S. Canaan. Ct.. of One says it cured him of iudigetitiou of E. 0. tlCGCRt. PaUnl Lalf. Waahlagtaa. 0. C. E. Welch, Jr. tea years' standiug. S. E. welch, Jr. tho torni. Will you bo among thorn! S.E. Welch, Jr. babies, It will euro." S. E. Welch, Jr. Minute Cough Cure. S. The Citizen T. G. PASCO, Pol-afi- PERSONALS. To the Voters of Madison Bcrea's New Teachers. All will bo interested 11 A. J. Mr Haiti penl Sunday t home. Mm. W. N. llanaon left for home Friday. County. DODGLAS, BRIGHT & CO. 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IIKUKA, KENTUCKY "Are you sure, John," she asked, "that you left It on the desk?' "Just ns au:c as cnu be. I rctxratbe THOROUGHBRED. putting It ott top of tny spelling tmok.' Apnea Larr looked grove. There un Tha thoroughbred call to the block wi led. no lock on Mie achoolhousc door, but "Proudly he lifted hi royal head. nothing linr. ever been tnken, r.or could Tha auctioneer raised his hammer high, the mojt diligent search bring to light And tald to the loafers standing by: nny traces of the presence of n thief. "All must be sold, and this Is the last, a trifle thin, but they say he's fast. Ile'a Doth John and Ilert were miserable. And I guess he'll work; come, what will ha When the noon Intermission came, the bring? boys, ns usnnl, carried their lunch nut Give us a bid to start the thing!" under n grrnt oak tree that stood nt the Doing going; the bidding Is low. roadside n little way off. Of course Going going; no higher they'll go. they discussed the knife. doing gone! to John Smith JonesI (A fairish price for this bag of bones) "It must have been stolen," John said And the thoroughbred colt, with a troubled ns he deftly peeled ths shell from 1 neigh. THE CITIZEN. - ENCOURAGING THE BUILDERS. 111, trims-Te- International sal 'Jil-- tl Rnnday School Leaao st, for September Hast B. Memory Veraee 4, (Specially ArfKrred from I'eloubet'a Notes, strong, all ye neo UOI.IIKN Ti:.T.-I- lo pie of the land, salth the Lord, and work, ror 1 am with you, llag 1:1. ItKAt) the Hook of I lanital and Isaiah Co. I.IMIIT FIIOM OTHHllBCmiTUtlES- .Prophecy Tho History Kirs, Chaps. -- Compare Isa, 60; Dan. 7:77; MIc 4:1, 1; th wholo of S!ech.; Mai 1:11. Kncouragements. -I- A MODERN INSTANCE. By a common farmer was led away. hard-boile- d egg. While you must rank with the dull and slow." Never the thoroughbred moved a limb. As he lay and scornfully answered him: "O silly boaster, of rommon blood I Vain Is your talk and your speed 'no good.' Anil, for all the gay trappings upon your I could easily distance you on the track. Tor born to the plow, for a farm horse bred. fly a fool you are used on the road Instead. "I am scarred and galled, and my knees are bent, In the roughest labor my life Is spent; Hut one thing is mine as long as I live. Which to you no power on earth can give; I m a drudge as a plow horse, if you will, Hut remember this: I'm a thoroughbred still!" David Buffum, In Youth's Companion. -- It was Charlie Smith who spoke, nnd there wns such nn unmistakable sneer In his voice that John's face reddened. "Well, I guess the thief nln't farofC "Vlint do you mean?" Charlie waited to take n huge bite last. from the molasses rookie he held in his hand before replying. The other boys Onj summer Sunday he was allowed At pnsture to run with the common crowd. held their breath. There wns no sound Ills weary limbs he stretched on the grass. save the sighing of the wind In the Idly gazed upon all who might pass; And green leaves far nborc their heads. Tor beside the field ran the road highway. "Just what I said." Killed with equipages grand and gay. John sprang up, his eyes blaring Up came a dog cart at rattling speed. Do you mean that I stole the knife Drawn by a nag of the dunghill breed; Charlie Smith? Pare in snr It, nnd I'l' Tor his driver no more of horses knew Than the farmer whose plow the thorough lick you. I'm no thief." bred drew: 'Dldn t sny you were," Chnrlle de And plenty of oats and work that Is light I'ut a very poor horse In a very good plight. clared, a little hastily. "It's strange where that knife went to, though." The shabby old horse he quickly spied. John could not deny this, nelthei And his coarse, thick nostril swelled with could he force a quarrel upon his school pride. 'Toor fellow!" said he. "How very great mate. Yet he plainly saw that suspl Is the difference 'twlxt your and my estate! clon wns directed towards himself. Hlr with the proud and rich on the road I go. He fell laid tc him. Voicing his resentment only made matters worse. One thlnr? comforted him llcrt believed him innocent. The parents of the boys were warm friends. and while Klsle Miller greatly regretted losing her knife, she never thouch position 60 the colt. In whose veins was the king' llcst blood. With a dunghill mate In the stable stood; At plow or cart he tolled all day. And mas fed at night on the poorest hay; Yet he bore up well, as the long years massed. For a thoroughbred horse Is game to the "Think oV" TIMB. This prophecy was delivered on the 21st of the seventh month (September- October), II. C KO, 15) cars after the laylnf of the temple foundations. EXPLANATORY. 1. The I'roplict Inspiring Courage and Hope. Vs. This prophecy wnt uttered seven weeks after the first one, nearly a month after; work lind com menccd on the temple. Its object was to remove the hindrances in the minds of the people and to encourage them to persevere in the good work. They were poor and weak; all they could do would nut make the present equal to the past enemies were many nnd strong (Ezra 1:317); the work was vast and hope less; Ihcy would impoverish themsches by undertaking such an Herculean task llnggni s reply was: lizek. 'sa. 42; 5J.ZJ-:- Isa. 2:1-4- ; ,6, 7; 11:1-1- 41:lI-- ; "Let's take a drink fer friendship, Jim, Just one fer the old time's sake." Jim shook his head, 'n' said He hed never teched a drop; That he'd promised his mother he wouldn't drink, An he 'lowed she'd cry, 'n what 'ud she think It she knowed he had broke his word, had Jim, An' she a lovln' V trustln' him, An' Jim her aupport an' prop. Hut I laffed 'n' chaffed. 'N' called him some name. ye see, 'N' 'lowed that such 'fraldles wa'nt worth That he wouldn't be likely to cut much Ire, If ha hadn't more man Inside of his clothes no price. IVho said Jlra's dead? t guess there's some mistake. It don't seem more'n six months ago, An' 'taint above a year, I know. That I bid him good-by- , an' said to hlmt First. Oml Is with you. V. 1. that the taking of the inife was was a difficult one. hrlr ' John guilty of theft. Weeks passed by. The Mysterious Thief By Hope Daring. SL'MMEIt day in southern Michl 35 years ago. Where now are d fields and commodious farm buildings then could be seen vast tracts of forest land, fields dotted with stumps, rude log houses and barns. John Morse had started for school lie was making his way from the front door of Ills home to the' gate, not in the usual way, but walking' on his hands. "That's pretty good, doing to keep It up all the way to school?" John righted himself to find Ilert Miller, bis particular friend, standing A M gan well-tille- near. "Would, only I can't enrry my din ner pail. Wait till I get it," nnd John ran back a few steps and caught up a shining tin pail. The boys had gone but n few steps when licrt asked, a little anxiously: "You took good care of Klsle's knife, didn't you, John? I forgot It." John nodded. "I didn't lend it to a soul, nnd I put it carefully away In my ucsk before school was out. The forenoon before Mr. Miller had At that time the "summer term" of school was continued through all the hot weather As the work on the farms increased, the older. boys were obliged to remain nt home and help. Late In August there came n rainy morning, nnd the pupils were again nil In their places. Ilefore noon the sun was shining. The boys hurried through their dinner, as they had planned n game of ball. The air w as cool, and the game wns played with much spirit. A clever stroke of Itert's sent the Kill fir ing through the air. It rose, passed through one of the panes of glass In the tiny window of the schoolhousc loft nnd disappeared from sight. A romicnt later Miss Larr looked up from her bock Into llcrt s Hushed face. 'Tlease, teacher, I'm sorry, but XVe batted the ball through the upstairs winnow, i ll pay for the glass. It's Chnrlle a ball, a new one. Can we go up anil get 117 ' As the mischief was nlreadv done. Air. nes Larr saw no reason why she should scold about it. She cave permission for the boys to ascend to the loft. The only way this could be done was to placo a etiair on a desk, stand upon this, and. putting one hand on ench side of the opening in the celling, swing up. This was not a diflicult task for these strong, active boys. In n few moments John. Charlie and Ilert were in the loft, nnd only the teacher s commands presented the other boys from following. They peered about In the dim light, stooping to avoid the rafters. Here's the ball!" Bert cried. "Why. iook Here, boys; w hat's this?" He pointed to an opening in the wall, The next moment they all sprang bock. lor irom tne crevice a tiny animal sprang, ran across the room and disap gray squirrel!" Charlie shouted "J knew they had a nest up here." 1 he children were accustomed tf. hav ing their recitations Interrupted by the curious chattering of these little ani mals, and often caught glimpses of them as they hurried to or from their strange home. Little ones are grown up and irone. nln't they?" John noked. Charlie stooped down and looked. "Yes. There's nothing here but nut shells that?" He Inserted his hand in the opening. A moment later he wns extending It towards his companions. There, In the upturned palm, lay the misMng knife. For n moment nopne spoke. Then John said, quietly: "I nm glad." "And Charlie commenced, then stopped. "I've got something to sny,' he went on, "but I guess I'll wait until we get down." The boys climbed down. There wei r many exclamations of wonder, much arguing as to why the squirrel shoull have carried off the knife, and to prove that it was lighter thai some nutB. At last there came a lull l'i the conversation, and Charles held out his hand to John. "I'm sorry and nshamed that I hlntel that you were a thief, old fellow. e me, won't you?" As he was cleared of suspicion. John found it eusy to do this. The myster.0 was solved, and the thief wns allowed X nnd-what's peared in a noie. "DAItB TO SAY IT, AND YOU!" I'U, LICK I" called at the schoolhouse and sent his son on an errand. Bert had had with him a, penknife belonging to an elder sister. It was a beautiful knife, the pearl handle being banded with sliver, and the two tiny blades bright uud keen, ilert had loaned the knife to John, and gone off without thinking 01 11. irgv-men- ta .I They noon reached the schoolhouse. watt 'small and low, the board walls darkened by time and smoke. The win dow s were uncurtulned and the seats ami desks made from rough lumber. Fol-glv- tie hand bel! culled the pupils in. Then I'ussllusr to a tHranicer. John thought of the knife, and slipped Tourist In Ireland Well, l'ut, this Ii his hand in the desk. He did not find a clock; but shoot me if it. He bent his head und looked! but I can tell the right time by itl saw nothing of the missing urticle. One rat vi en, your honor, it's like this. by onehe took the books from his desk, when the big bond points to six ami K"'"--- . the little Hand to seven and it strikes John raised his hand. The teacher, a j,e times, then you know it's hnll-paeweet-fuce- d girl ofJB.uskcd: sdxo'clockt Answcrs. grand-looking tc "I left Ilert Miller's knife In mvdesk Protection of Hones from I'llca. last night, and it is gone. Will you A recent contrivance for protevtlnjr please usk who has it?" the legs of horses 'roni flies consfstt "Certainly," Miss Larr said,, and, of a band attache! It", w Ith turning to tug school, she put tbe a number of cordi daaf Ugg frofV e acl nana. h. "wnai is j jonnr - Suggestive and sad betottd expres slon were the dying bouts of a wrrlch ed woman in New York rily throthrr day. She had hern beautiful In her time, but hnd chosen, with n sister, to lead what the newspapers cull "a pny life" in this country and Kiirnpe, nnd like all others who follow this pathhad come nt Inst to n broken, miserable and SOME COMMON ERRORS. friendless condition, an abject slnve lo drink as well as other evil passions. Views Held in Itrnard to Alcohol Two years ago the sister died a drunk Shown by atndr to He Without wrought a wonderful return for thesj aril, nnd left the survivor the suui of a Shadow of Troth. Ills later people. He had punished and $73,000. This only hastened the end disciplined those, who disobeyed In the As her last hours approached, a neigh-lioof strong drink in The various forms early ages; He had done the same in who had learned of her feeble con the exile. He had restored and blessed common use have n splendid character dition sent for a doctor. When he come man the penitent in former times; so now, with many eople. The working the woman snld to him: "They Third. He controls the nations and thinks a great deal about his beer, and shouldn't have sent for you, dietor. will compel them to aid in building the believes that be gets strength and tlgor There's no use of incurring this ex new kingdom. V. 6. "Ytt once, It Is a from its use to enable him to do his pense. I know I nm going to die, and little while:" Yet once, again, In nilt hard work; that he Is warmed by it, I want to die. My sister died a drunk tic while. In their past history God had that it Is almost as good as food, anil ard, and I am going In the same way. shaken the nations many times. "I will that it brings him cheer and comfort For the past two years, doctor, I have shake the heavens:" The Invisible The buslncs men, nnd those In the bet done nothing but drink. I have let out spiritual powers, the Ideas, thoughts, ter stations of life, think that wine isa this house here and others that I own. plans, which control the earth. V. 7. rood thing, they look upon Its use as a and just lltrd In one flat and another, "And the desire of nil nations shall algn of hospitality, they Imagine that spending my days and nights In drink come:" It. V., the desirable things of it given them energy and vigor, nnd that ing. It's nearly over now, and nil I all nations, the objects which tho na- life would be very dull if they did not want Is to be left alone." After this tions most desire, their choicest treas- have this particular thingtodrtveaway her only plea was for more drink. "Oh, ures. "Thus Isaiah writes: Theabun-danc- e their cares and worries, and help them give me," she said, "a pint of beer be of the sea shall be converted Into to lead a pleasant time. fore I go!" buch a picture of the awful A close study of the question reveals degradation wrought by drink and thee, the forces (I. e., "resources" or "wealth," It is as here a singular the fact that, as a beverage, strong vicious living calls for no comment. noun with a plural verb) of the Gen drink is a mistake from every polut of Xo words of ours can add to the dark tiles shall come unto thee;" and he adds view. ness and horror of such an ending, A very common error Is the belief Christian Work. in almost verbal occordnnee with with Ihis prophecy of Hoggal: They shall that nlcohol Is a nerve restorer, a tonic, bring gold and Incense, nnd 'I will glor or a "pick-me-umat can revive ana ARROWS. ify the house of my glory' (Isa. CO: pull together the lost and scattered en system. The 11, 13, 17. Sec also 01:0)." ergies of the nenous I'erowne. The saloon Is a legalized drunkard Fourth. V. 8. "The sliver Is mine, and truth Is that alcohol is a narcotize r and factory. the gold Is mine:" He created It, and a nerve paralyzer. Its work Is that of Tbn saloon is an Incubus uxin alt InHe controls It, and compels It to work deadening sensation, and of lessening dustry. sensibility. Hence the popular belief for the furtherance of His kingdom. In the keen competition of life men Fifth. A Glorious I'romlse. V. 9. nriscs that because the loIy is less cannot afford to indulge In liquor. na'pable of feeling nnd less able to per The glory of this latter house shall be Keeping greater than of the former:" Better ceive, that acertuln amount of restora only If you at It meansInultimate success, keep nt It the right way. ns It. V., the latter glory of this house tion is going on. If the saloon Is wrong, as ail nilm'.t, I'aln may be dendenrd, und grief and shall be greater than the former, tlie "house" being regarded as the same ,nre may be drowned, but that does can any amount of money mnko It house from Solomon's time till Herod's, not mean that we are being made more right7 We want an srmy brave, and true. and the spiritual temple which grew able to stand against these things. For pressing forward In tho strife, Very delicate experiments have been out from it. Moro of the wealth of the For savlna men from dralh to life. To take the Meld against the foe. world should come to It; but chiefly made to show that even small quantiA drunken debauch nnd an d was this promise fulfilled in the pres ties of nlcohol lessen In some degrre lamp caused a conflagration In ence of Christ, In the birth of the new our perceptive powers. The amount of dlpcnsation-.i- n the nbidingof the spirit alcohol contained In a quarter or a pint Dawson, the Klondike capital, destroy of becrls very small, but It can be shown ing millions of dollars' worth of propof (iod. "And In this place will I give peace:" that the faculties of seeing, feeling and erty. This Is the flecand time within a The house of God was preserved Invlo- -' precision are distinctly lessened by this few weeks that n drunken frolic hna laid in ashes this city. late during the terrible conflict be amount. A man taking a lot of strong drink "I figured out yearn ago," said a tween the Persian and the Greek empires. There was n lunger fulfillment becomes "dead drunk," that is, he is in- - prosperous farmer, "that "with very In the coming of the I'rlnce of I'eace, capablu of seeing, feeling, hearing, moderate drinking, I'd drink an ncre of bringing pence to tho heart, peace with smelling or tasting. The whole of his good land every year. So I quit," Here, Is a tempcraince lecture done up In a God, peuca with mnn, pence within each nerves are asleep, narcotized uy alco caul; and nlso bringing pence on the hol. The man is dead to all that is go small parcel convenient for handling. National Advocate. earth, whose rays, now shining on the ing un around him. The question arises, mountain tops, arc beginning to de when did this paralyzing of the brain An Apoloorr. scend Into die plains and valleys. Trace and nerves begin. It begau with the temperance men of Two means prosperity, happiness, growth, first class. This necessarily follows. It might 'have been Imposlsbh? to tell by Klrkaldy, Scotland, were upset the progress. ny test that the first giabs had done other night when returning from a PRACTICAL. any harm, but rt number of glasses do temperance meeting. In Ita account The desirable things Of all nations the harm, and the first one must have of tho mishap tho local paper re hall help to build up the kingdom of contributed its quota. marked: "Fortunutely, both gentleGod. Auother common error is the belief men were sober at the time." This re God's presence with His people in the that alcohol is an aid to digestion. Here mark made them Indignant, and they gain the drinker la trusting to feeling wrote a letter to the editor, saying so. mst, and tbe mighty works by which t, wns shown, are, the promise and as rather1 than to fact. Whereupon the editor kept up his end Alcohol, like anything else passing by printing this apology In the next issurance of Ills continued presence. stomach, causes a flow of has- - sue 5f the paper: ".Messrs. and "God vtlth us ' is our power and hone Into the tllo Juice, nnd the inference has been demand an apology for our having and glory. Inimnmiel, "Uod with ui," made that If alcohol makes gastrlo tated that at the time of their acci U the, expressive nuine of our Saviour. nice flow, because of It Irritant action dent they were both sober. We have Qod Is with us when we go to Ills. side. pn the lining of the stomach, there must pleasure In withdrawing our obserTO He will not come pvr o otiri when wa b wore of the dljestlvt fluid present, tlon." ire wroujr, was sorter chums one time. I 'low that Jim not swamped on drink N" set be si'nl the feller you'd think That 'ud go to extremes but one can't tell. lust a year ago. I remember well. Jim thought drink was bad as a crime! B. II. McManus. In lUm's Horn. N" me seventh month:" Tisrl, October. "In the one and twentieth day:" The suicnth day of tbe fenst of tabernacles V. 3. "Who Is left (Lev. 23:33-30among you: It was Co years since oolomon s temple wns destroyed, and there might welt be not a few who had seen it. "haw this house: Tho tern pic was ever regarded as one and the same temple, howctcr many times It was rebuilt or restored. "In her first glory:" As Solomon built it, with mar ble and gold and gems from all over the world. "The Holy of Holies was empty. The ark, the cherubs, the tables of stone, the vase of manna, the rod of Aaron, were gone. The golden shields hnd vanished," "and the high priest's breastplate, with the oracular stones, Cnmbrldge lllble. "Is it not In . . comparison of It ns nothing:" (Sec Ezra 3:12, 13.) V. 4. "Yet now be strong:" there arc other things besides these that you see witli your bodily eyes. "I am with you, salth the I.Oltl):" Je hovah, ns always when printed In cap! tals. "Of hosts:" Organized armies and companies, not only of angels and the forces of Heaven, but of all the powers nnd forces of nature, which ore organized to do His will. Second. He Is the same God now that He has been In the past. Hlscovennnt made centuries before was still In force. V. 5. Omit "according to:" "Inmwlth you" (v. 4) is "the word that I covenanted with you when ye came out of Egypt:" (Ex. 19:5. G; 20:43, 4C; 34:10, II.) God s coicnant with Israel, when the people camootitof Egypt, was this, that they should be His people, and He would be their Uod. "So ray spirit re maineth nmongyou:" He had wrought wonders for their fathers in deliverance from Egypt, from tho Itcd sea, from numberless dangers. He had just ). "In the Than to want ter refuse a parttn' dose friend like me. With an 'N' Jim cave In. did Jim. N' drunk quick, 'n' held his breath. I said: "Here a luck to ye, old tel. N" Jim said: "Iletter say luck to e never had heard Jim swear afore; Then he went like shot outside the door. With a face white n' scared as death. Who said Jim's dead? ( cuess there's some mistake. Drunk? Killed a woman erossln the trackT ills mother? Ilun his enclne smack Into an open switch, 'n' then Was killed himself 'n' the nremanr Mighty quick work things make. I Well. and, therefore, there mini e heller di gestlin, but the great nnd important fact la overlooked that It Is (he nctlve principle In gastric Juice, rnlled pepsin, that is the dl;rstle ngent, nnd that the pepsin Is thrown out of solution by alcohol, nnd la, therefore, ics capable c doing its work. Whilst, vlirrcforr, less digestive Juice may lie mud '.o tlow more quickly, it Is doing really less work In digesting food thnu If It "anl ntaalowcrrntc. Experiment hnssho.'n that alcohol hardens food and ren it less rppnnle of digestion, ders that It retards the absorption of ill grsted food Into the blood, and that It deadens sensation, and reduces the nervous power of the stomach to a distinctly lower tone. The notable experiments of Dr. Mon roe nnd Drs. Ferry and lleddows, nil show that dlgrstlon Is materially bin The experience of derd by alcohol. Alexia Kt. Martin, nnd the observations by Dr. lleautnnnt. who hnd him under his care, fully confirm these rxerl- mrnts. St. Martin had n gunshot wound In the abdomen, and though this lirnlcd It did not entirely close, lly means of this aperture Dr. lleaumont wns nble to make many wonderful nliesrvntlons of the action of the digestive Juices on food whilst In the stomach. Then we hate the popular belief that alcohol can help museulardevrlopinent. but this again is an error. The particular part of food thnt necessary to the building tip of muscle tlMoie in known as nitrogen ous food, but nlcohol Is absolutely de ficient In this, for no particle of nitro genous matter It contained in it. We are certain, therefore, that nlciiho.Mi ot be a muscle former. The Investigations nnd experiment of Sir II. W. ltlrhardson point to the fact thnt alcohol not only docs not build up muscle, but it really pulls mus cle down, Ity taking two muscles from corrrstKindliig parts of a freshly killed frog, placing one In water, tin- other in water and nlcohol, he found that the nctlon of the nlcohol was al ways such as to render the muscle much less able to lift a weight when stimu lated by n current of electricity than the one which hnd been placed In water. We may I quite stire that to the Healthy body nlcohol Is entirely nnd often very injurious. Isnb-soluet- ly " You Never Miss ihe Water Till the Welt Runs Dry." Wt nrvtt rtttUe tht vAlut of htAlth until it ii pont. Whtn old time slrtnalh And viaor 4tt tainting, purify tht blood by t J king Hood's Srttfukrilhi soon rt' digtstlon. iteidy ttortd tfTtlilt, ntrvtt And tvtn ttmptr tullt provt it Is bringing bAck tht gtoxu of ptrftct htAlth. r'fci (IfbodA SaUabmitta WlyjIaf'iltlJ.llkMsnsBssV A PHILANTHROPIST. Ite Was Moluar lo Uel Itleh Up Bomelhlnsr lo Cool 1'enple On. anil Bet Ihe "Yes, sir," exclaimed the man with a linrn duiter and a high crow ord straw hat, "I'm going lo do it." "What are you going to do!" asked the policeman to whom the stringer had himself, "You know," he went on, without heeding the question, "that the summer months are invariably marked by increased outbreaks of sll kinds. Men a angry passioni seem to rise with ihe thermometer." "What were you threatening juit nowP asked the policeman, sternly. "Yes. You said you were going to 00 something. What are you going to do! "I'm going to grt rich. I m going to get some steady employment and save up my money and invet it judlcioudy and get rich There's no end of good you can d) with riches, Ilich men are doing a great deal of good now. They estshllsh schools and collegra and libraries and let the people "Thrcileningr get acquainted with the soothing thoughts of philosophy and the auhlfniilies of science. Hut in the months of July and August you, as a prartlral criminologist, have doubtlem observed philosophy and science don't work, lly the tune I nave got rich there will e all the colleges ami libraries that there will be need of, and I will rap the summit of h our civilization with a heipiest for a nurble refrigerator in each town, so that when anybody feels hit indignation rising he ran gn there and wander up and down the stalely corridors sad cool off." . Washington Star. msm-mot- HE SOON GOT WELL Landing rrlth Ihe llootlaek on tha Leader's .Nose Had a, Beneficial ItBeet. It was a sad scene. The old man layoa his tied, and by hun sat Ihe faithful wife, holding his worn hand in hers and forcing back the tears to grret his wsndenng look with a smile. She siwke words of comfort and of hope. Hut tie felt the cold hand falling on him, and he turned his weary eyes up to her pale, wan fart. "Jennie, dear wif. I am going." "Oh, no, Johnnot yet not yet. "Yes, dear wife," and he cloed his eves: "ihe end is near. The world growa dtrk alxiul me There Is a nmt around me gathering thicker and thicker, and there, as through a rloud, I hear the music of angels and sad " "No, no. John, dear; that isn't angels; that's the brass band al the corner." "What!" said the dying man "Have IZdwnrds, V. ('. S., In .National Advocate. W. X A WRECKED Death-lie- d LIFE Tlie Tillable Seen of Woman Whose Career Had fteen llllaihled by "Iron Drink. Borry fer Jim, fer him aet those scoundrels dared to come here when they know I'm dying? Give me my bootjack. I'll let 'em see. And In a towering rsge the old rnsn Jumped from his bed. and More his wife rould think he had opened the window and shied the bootjack at the band. "I've hit that fat leader in the nossl" And he went luck to bed and got well. in in ns a Tit-Hit- s. To California Tin Ihe Midland Hoale. Kerry Friday night, at 10 .13 p. m, a through Tourut Car for San Francisco, earning lint and second-clasleaves the I'hieaio. Milwaukee St. I'aul Hallway Union l'enger Station, Chicago, via Omaha, Colorado Springs ami Salt Lake City (with atonniver privileges at Salt I.ake City), for all points in Colorado, Utah, he vaila and California. The Tourist Car berth rate from Chicago to San Francisco ia only W HO, and the sleeping car berths should be reserved a few days in advance of departure of train. Through tickets and sleeping ear accommodations can te secured from any agent In the east, or by applying at tbe Chicago, Milwaukee &. St. Paul Depot or City Ticket Oflires in Chicsgo. Send for our free Illustrated California folders. Address (Ira. II. Heaflord, General l'assenger Agent, Chicago, III. i A reporter fell on s slippery pavement the ether day. He did not use "unparliamentary ianguage," as some would have done, but bit down the bruises, and, with a benevolent smile radiating his countenance, remarked: "We don't cherish any 111 will, but for entertaining reading matter commend us to the obituary notice of the man who ought to Tit-llitweep this pavement A sirl In.l I... .i but regained it by means of an advertisement Her Sunday school lesson wss about the l"t sheep, and she was very atlentive. mr ivaciier nnisocu. (peaking sne ' said: Mi.. ...... M... ... .i:.i. 11.. .l 1. .1 ,ij uiuii iiic iirpnrrii "ii- vertue In the paper for the sheep!" Philadelphia Times. In Teehnleal Terns. Her "naaestlnn. ., 1 1 She lelrit He hun, don't I thinb Deueu. ran be triiifed In a new admiral's uniform that suits you!1 Safe. Oh, )es! It isn't as it he were a married man, I'mk. out-turne- Southern. I.rlni'l a certain mark nf well-know- I AnV mt ii bid, yourilver out of order. Ayer'a Pills will clean your tongue, cure your dyspepsia, mike your stomach your liver right. Easy to take, esy to operate. 25c. . All druggUti. WaUlt V AU r & ika ta nruwn vr Tim DlaflT IMri UM R inkwMRUAU'Q flVC f or VAtirtAnana V. f t " lfli'.j..uj II IbVIHUt h.J I wwuit iiiuiinm uuik wnlakers .the KEY WEST QUARANTINED. Two Deaths From Yellow Ferer tort for rat Cases UUf mieit-- Ik Yell aw Jack at Now Orleane. THIS CAT REFUSED TO DIE. There Was a llrrrassa for tho Month of How on IptelJIstant Pass Pal a Mop Aagnstof SMIII,! he Total Xa. V. t)n'lTprlr rrofessor'a tlonat Ilctil tin 1,187,31)0,913. 1 Ifl-T- THE DEBT STATEMENT. RATTLESNAKE EATER. A Oeorails Neatro Who Cantnrea nnd Demonstration, ella the Hrptllea Sometimes MaUrs a. Heal of Them. Jackiosvim.k, FU., Sept, I Communication with Key Wct by the roi of tlio world lias been cut off by orders ol Dr. . Y, Porter" txcittlvo officer of the Florida state board of licalth, on account of two deatha And aareral esses which hare been diagnosed aa yellow ferrr. The order was Issued, Thursday night by Dr. Porter on e the report of the existence of the ills-rat- Wamiinotox, Sept. a The monthly statement of tho public debt shows that at tho closo of business August 31, lb'JO, tho debt, less cash In the treas ury, Amounted to 81,157,000.555, a de crease, as compared with last month, of $1,281,11(1 This decrease Is accounted for by a corresponding Increase in the cash on hand. Tho debt la recapitulated aa fol Interest bearing debt, 91,010,018,850; debt on which Interest has ceased since maturity, 81,215,150; debt bearing no Interest, v3!!,3D5,e",!7 total, S1,4M,G59,- 457. Btudcnta of one of the big unlrersl- tlea in this city hrtve a cat that has utlerly refuted to become a martyr to science. Its history Is another Inslunce of the refining and elevating Influence of science, says the Chicago Times-Heral- In Key AYcst from Dr. lows: 1L Charle agent Sweeting, of the boa id at Key We it, and unitary Inspector of the port. Dr. Porter, who left Key Weal one week ago on a brief racatlon, was reached In Virginia and left Immediately for Florida, wiring hi orders to quarantine! tho Itland city. Ho will reach Jackson-vlll- e at noon Saturday and will Immediately leare fur the south, arriving at Key West Sunday afternoon, Meantime no one will be allowed to leare the island until Dr. Porter arrives. The dead are Dennis Kagan, jr.. deputy collector of customs at Key West, who was taken alck early In the week, and a boy named Coagrore. lloth were burled Friday. Fire additional case hare Wn diagnosed as yellow ferer, and aeren suspicious csacs are tinder surveillance Those who hsre been dectared to hare the ferer were named by Dr. Sweeting Friday afterOakley, Slockln, noon aa follows: Morris, Ilrowder nnd Pate, all to bo white men. The auspicious cases are Taylor, burg (a. Cock-raaup-pot- This amount, however, does not In MOl.413,203 In certificates and treasury notes outstanding, which aro offset by an equal amount of cash on hand. The cash in tho treasury la classified as follows: clude Cold 8317.1 16.M0; stlrer 9505,059,814; paper 153,484,240; bonds, deposits In national bank depositories, disbursing ofll ccrs balances, etc., 881,385,807, making a total of IW.2,370,853 against which there are demand liabilities out standing amounting to JflS3,027,010, tearing a nat cash balanco on hand of Tho not gold in the J79.352,87i treasury Friday was $218,757,071, tho largest amount In tho history of the government, an Increased of tS77,370 orcr Thursday. n, say: Koscnthal, Hhomshleld, Dr. and Mrs. 11 Hudlow. Atlas'1 A, Oa., tepL a A special to the Constitution from New Orleans An autopsy held Friday on the body of Young F. Udolph, who died Thurs-- d y, rerealcd the fact that death was caused by yellow ferer. The case was reported to the authorities four days ago but Dr. Murphy, of the marine hospital serrice, did not think the case was one of yellow ferer. Aram, Tex., Sept. a. The state health department Friday night Information of one death from yellow ferer at New Orleans Friday afternoon. State Health Ofllcer lllunt at once ordered n rigid quarantine ngainat New Orleans on passenger and freight business, tocontluue Indefinitely, and all border atations were not!-fllo refuse admission to any person or freight from that port. 'MURDER IN TEXA& rapt. K. I- ed - Itosle Sh.t A. L. a act Killed Ills llrolbor-la-Lo- Caltxrton, a 3. I lllian of Allaata, Toa. Trxaiikaxa, Tex., Sept. Newa has reached here of a shocking killing at Atlanta, Tex., SO miles south of here. Capu It. K. ltoyle shot and kilted A. L. Culberson, his brother-in-laTin men had up to a few days ago been on the beat of terms. Culberson waa a prominent attorney, a nephew of Congressman Dsrid Culberson and a cousin to United States Senator Charles A. Culberson, and Iloyle ia mayor of the town. They met Thursday and had a few hot words and began fighting, but wero separated. Fr day they mot again In front of the post ofiice and the killing occurred. After the shooting Capt, Iloyle surrendered to the aud refused to discuss the affair. OEIf. R. A. ALGER. Iho Declines to Fiecome Caadldale for Major of Detroit Ills lanalotlal Candidacy. ofll-ccr- s Eff ecrelarr Detroit, Mich., Sept a Gen. K. A of war, respondAlger, ing Friday to an Inquiry as to whether he would be wilting to accept the re publican nomination for mayor of De troll this fall saldi "It would unquestionably be a great honor for any one to be mayor of De trott. Ilowercr, 1 positively could not think of it. 1 would not think of tak ing a nomination for mayor any more than 1 could think of taking a nomlna' , tion for gorcnior." As toother political matters, Includ ing his own candidacy for senator, the general declined to talk. ORDERED HOME. ComttaoilerTatisslh,ollio nlnglon, Ilffered With A dm. Watson and llollarod of Command. Ounbooi Hen, Wajiumotox, Sept, a Commander T. Tauaslgh has been relieved of the command of the gunboat Ilcnnlngton by orders of A dm. Watson and ordered hometrom Manila. He la said to hare differed with the admiral as to the management of the fleet and his crltl clsm led to the action above noted. Unless the ofllcsr. upon hia arrlral In the United States, should seek to pur sue the matter and ask for a court of Inquiry, It is likely there will bo no further atepa in the matter. Mil In a racking-- riant. ICaxbab rrr, Ma, Sept, a Flrj binkeoututt o'clock Saturday morning In the big plant of the Jacob Dold Packing Co., which covered several acres of ground on the West river bottoms, between Ninth street and Missouri rlvor, At 9:30 o'clock the tire was under control. Tho fertilizing de partment, the englno rooms, the tco plant, the sausage department and the "lard room were destroyed with much , costly machinery, and other, parts of the plaut were more or lass damageA The lost U estimated at IMOjOOO. of the correspondence department of The DrncKlst'a Work, There ia a druggist in one of the suburban her great business, treating by letter antees a tasting cure. dintricts who advertises: as many as a hundred thousand ailing I he doctor prescribes j we execute. Moses says his father was an African women a year. All women who suffer Such advertinna cannot fail to anneal to voodoo doctor and taught him how to those who deaire to be executed. Boston are invited to writo to Mrs. Pinkham cure all aches nnd pains with snnke Journal. at Lynn, Mass., for advice, which will oil. The negroes of Sumter county vei be promptly given without charge. Do Yonr Feet Ache and Ilnraf ernte and fenr him as a mysterious docShake Into roar shoes Allen's tor who ran cure when all else falls, a powder for the feet. It makes tight or and took upon his snake oil as some- New Shoes feel Easy. Curca Corns, Hun- .. .. : cj ci thing enchanted. Qnillltll, a .IlldllllW, it rf.it-.llfl, VdllUUl, CUIt', and Sweating Feet. All Druggists and Shoe Stores sell it. 25c. Samnle sent FltHK. Ad THE INDIAN TERRITORY. victim six "For In Itsyeans I waa IacoulU eat of la dress, Allen S. Olmsted, U Roy, N. Y. COMPARATIVE STATEMENT. nothW worst form. but milk toast, anil at times my stomach would A Mtsoonrl Woman Sostarata That not retain and digest oven Unit. Last March I Crushlnsr the Old Man. Government Itecelpts and Kiienitltores I taktne CASCAItlTTS Whrn It lleromea a Slate II Shall Father Can you support my begansteadily Improved, until and slnro then I I am ss well ss for Aagu.t An Increase In l(eceltts PLEA FOR THE CODFISH. 11 daughter in the style to which she has been havo waa la my lite." Called Jefferson. cvor Angu.l of Last Year. accustomed? LUYiti II. Munrur, Newark. O. gro This Plah la Not Mrs. nobert H. True, of Clinton, Mo., Complacent Young Man I could ifgiveI A Chief were contented with it, hut I hope to Wahiiixotox, Sept. a The conparApproeUtaot at Its Ileal CANDY writes to the St. Ixiuls Republic sug- her something better. Somerrille Journal. TVorlh. atlro statement of the gorcrnmcnt re gesting that when the Indian territory ceipts and expenditures shows that The nest Prescription for Chills shall become a stale It be admitted to "If codfish coat a dollar a pound," the union under the name of Jefferson. and Ferer Is a bottle of GuovE's Tasteless during tho month of August, 1899, the Chili. Toxic. It Ia slmplyironandqulolnein receipts from all sources amounted to old the chef, "It would be more univer She says: utaatclcasform. No euro -- no pay. Frlce.Wc TSAOI MASK ftSSISTIStD sally brlored. I tell you, it Is the best sev"I hnve made the suggestion to t49,V7H,I7S, an Increase orcr August, dinner fish known. I have tried the eral prominent cltlrens of the terriNoble Animal. The 1&98, of about JS, 150,000. whlteflah all over the world, bub tho Trader Don't you want to sell that The disbursements during last month codfish Is king of them all and la not tory In my recent rip through that Im- horse? section, and Ihey view the proTaste Good. Do Flesnint. Farmer Naw. I keep him extra, to haul Ootid, Merer rslatable. Potent. Gripe. 10c, cKe. amounted to $45,522,311 as against appreciated at his real worth. Cook portantname Slckeo, weaken, or posed of Jefferson with enthti-stnsbroken-dowautomobiles back to town. 154,200,717 for laat August. This him In any way you like and he Is de... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... Indianapolis Journal. They think It would be acceptM..ir-.- i. tit si. Hi.t learea a surplus for tho month of licious, Even the dried codfish, picked able tolhe entire territory thus to hon" anarsnierdbj up and served in cream for breakfast. or the memory of Thonins JefTerson, Pake To Can a Cald In One Bar Mi BRP Bold andVUKt: Tobacco all I liable gitu to Laxative Rromo Quinine Tablets. All The recclpta from customs during Is a line dish. Put him In a bag, tew him under uhose direction the Louisiana druggists refund money it it fails to cure. SSo. the laat month amounted to 920,340,007, up tightly and let him boll, or Iml.r purchase wna made. Jefferson's name Tommy Tompkins "I bet my pup kin agalnat 910,319,099 for August, lSSfr; him carefully, well stuffed, and lie Ik Is forever associated with the history liek your kitten." Willie Wilktna "Well, COMRADES, are You Rudy to Attend tht of the central state. 924,337,039, delicious. from Internal revenue. I bet if he does hell wish he hadn't when "Let me tell you that when jou make "Since the purchnse of the orlglnnl ray kitty grows up." Ohio State Journal. against 921,013,931 for August, IMS. ANNUAL ENCAMPMENT fishcakes you should not drown nut the territory of Louisiana In 1603, many From miscellaneous source, 95,191,-45il;ito states have been formed, numbers of ns little flah with potato. Put Do not allow dealers to sell you some91,317,073 for August of agalnat or other substance In the cokes ns possi which have been named for individuals thing just as good as Putnam Fadeless last year. ble, and, If you want them ns line u who hnve achieved greatness. Xo state l)cs. There is no such a thing on the The disbursements charged to tho they can be made, wrap them In n blan- has been named In honor of Jefferson, market. Insist on having Putnam Fadeless during August ket of eggs nud do not be uparlng of who opened and closed the negotiations Dyes. war department -- ATPeople spend a terrible lot of time in getamounted to, 914,981,590, against (23 the egg. You con make a tnst y dish of for the purchase. The only remaining ting mad, and feeling sorry for it. Atchi.03,235 for the corresponding month of codfish cakra If yon will follow my portion of the purchnse In the union son Globe. last year. Fish cakea are conaldrml n very Is the part known as the Indian terriProgress will drmnnd that a Tlio disbursements charged to tho democratic dish, of course, but my tory. not been without Pi'so'a Cure for , Consumption for 20 years. Lizzie Ferret, V nary department were 91,397,903 patron, who pays me a large salary, la state be formed of this territory. Camp St., llarrisburg, Pa., May 4, '01. "The only opportunity of honoring as democratic as he used to he in his against W,3Stt,277 for August, loU. CHEAP RATES VIA Since July 1, 1899, tho receipts haro younger days. When he sends down to Jefferson by naming a part of the origllurgtara go on the principle of helping as compared me nu order for fish cakes for tho next inal purchase for him Is In naming In- inemreives, ana iney tion i io id jail until aggregated 998,0311,431, dian territory 'Jefferson when It Is they can't help themselves. tJoldcn Days. morning's brenkfost he rays he want with 983,029,910 during the same period Jteschutt's fish cakes, with egg. That made a state." last year. la thinking of his Hall's Catarrh Car during the last two is the order, and he oa he once told me. ROCKING BEAUTIFIES WOMEN. Is taken Internally. Price 7fic. AND CONNECTIONS. The expenditures younger life, when, months hare amounted to 9102,083,402, In a baaement on Droodwoy he used to Tickets will b on tale SeptVmfter l,SS-ii- l PMUdelpblk against 8130,524,193 for tlio corres get the flneat butter cakra and flah Horn an lUmllali Sciential Accoonle Man haa his will hut woman haa her way. 4, 1890. Good to return leaving not later than September 13. l&O, wltnproTUothat -- O. W. Holmes. upon dcpoaltot ticket with Joint AieoU 1332 Chestponding period last year. the Symmetry of Amerlor cakra he ever tasted, "excepting yours, nut SU not earlier t nan Sept. ft nor later than Sept. ican Limbs. chef, he adds always. Hut I know' V. lKO.sod payment of afeof &) cents per ticket THE BOILER EXPLODED. at time of deposit, an eiten.kmof retnrn limit to that dlmrs In those doya were as thou- leave Philadelphia to and Including Mcptembcr The making chair, according to an r bills to him now, and his aoth mar be secured. Thr.a Man Wera Killed ami four Others appetite was keener and more appre I'nglUh scientist over here for the purFor full Information regardta tickets, rates Fatally lrjur.it 1 lia Howl I aciorr variable rentes and time of trains, call on agents a book of travels, pose of writing ciative." Biu Fouit ItoiTK." or address the undersigned Was Coiuplatelr Wrecked. In Amerieven a higher place WARREM J. LYNCH, W. P. DEPPK, can esteem than It now holds, for It A. U. P. T, Gen. Pass. X Tkt. Aru An Hxtra Ingredient. Maxistek, Mich., Sept. a The bolter CINCINNATI. O. eagle-eye- d observer "No," he said, reflectively, "this Itn't la responsible, thia In Chapman .t Sargcnts' bowl factory Hke claims, for one of the greatest beaumother's pie." at, Copemish, 30 miles north of here, "And why not7" she waspishly naked. ties of the American women, the beauty exploded Friday afternoon, killing g, "Because," he mildly explained, of her lower limbs, says the Philadelphia Record. "If you will think," he three men and fatally injuring four "mother'a pie always had ants In it." Worth $4lo6 compared with said at a dinner party the other right Qtreltnd Plain Dealer. others. other makes. at Atlantic City, "if you will think of Indorsed hj over George Itlce was severely, but not fa' 1,000,000 wearers. THE MARKETS. the exercise one gets on a rocking chair, tally scalded. The building was totally ALL LEATHERS. ALL STYLES you will see that I am right. How TI1S ttsl'ltg k. W. U U .1' Cincinnati, Sept. 2. wrecked, debris being scattered for SO many times, on these broad, windIIM M prle. aUia,. S.IW. 7S 3 0) n.l rods around. Water waa Immediately Take no substitute claimed young woman blown piazzas, does a , IW a io Selret butchers to beta good. Lirirf.t inalert 7 thrown on tho ruins aud fire prevented. lisht.. 0 Sl times ta the rock herself In her chair In the course An of s.1 and S ti HHO Combination. tlCXlS-Ccand ncavj world. Yourdtslcr.houMkcss Handy, who was tho forcu.&ti, waa 4 31 ft 4 41 of a morning? In fancy It would take Mxwtinackers them If not. we will .end jou Tec 4 51 ii 4 7i I.Uhivntprcrs anslroa rrcelptof rrlce. Stats found with tils head blown completely SlIKKr-Choa cntcuUtltig barber to tell you that. effects nleasant method and licneflci.il a 01 lit i BJ ire lesilier, size ud width, plain or cap toe. oi the well known remedy, At any lute, the exercise she get Is Stiiui- - or Fias, n.cnufactured by the kind of soil. The other men wero working at H'nlaloKtie II J'rre. IM ttA.'O 3 25 ia 3 CO patent W. L. DOUGLAS SHOE CO.. Brockton. Dais. excellent nnd ample. That push which CALiFonmA Fio SYitur Co.. Illustrate the machines in tho mill when tticcx KWlUlt-Wlu- ter WheatNit 3 ml.-a. ta JltAIN 6H the toes gives to keep thechalrln mo- the value of obtaining the liquid laxa- IGOOs of UNSOLICITED TESTIMONIALS SAY Nn. 4 li it plosion occurred. Ail but thrco of 31 corn Ni Sihlteit .... .. it r-- tion, repented nnd repeated, makes the tive principles of plants known to be them leare families. The loss to the 04U - Nn. i ft medicinally laxative and presenting A MH Instep htgh, the calf round and full, them In tho form most refreshing to tho factory will be $5,000. Itte N.i:Hi 10 t. HAY Prime choice and It keeps mlssliapening flesh off the tuste and acceptable to tho system. It I'UOVISIONS-M- en ft lirk Slogle Makers alert. ankle, keeplug the ankle delicate and is tho one perfect strengthening laxaI.iri- lall (.holes dairy Si l'!i sk'nder. Such delicate nnkles under tive, cleansing the system effectually, Parmansntlr cores...... Iwttlns. Barolax. bcai.f. Ci.kvki.Axd, O., Sept. a Tho fourth IIUTTCK -- eirumerjr.t Bcalp and Skip 1)1. ucb as BSH HB.uo.. Ko- ta C .olie such robust calves made me fear, when dispelling colds, headaches and fevers ssrna. Scald l!ad, Cbllblslna. riles. Bora.. ner M (I I TI annua conrcnt on of tho National AI'l'f.KS cinitco to tunry Hnaln. 13) v I 41) till, o women gently yet promptly and enabling one Humor. Dandruff. Itebla.BofLallkv. KsUlajr Bslr). I first came down and saw your and Laiarl-ant(thlckvnlij and niaklns It Stogie Makers League began Friday In I'OIWTOHS Per All to overcome habitual constipation per- IKsullfut Face Eraptlons IprudiiclDa Ita 8 ft. Clear. In their bnthlng drcses that the pneuCMC ua Skin anj Compleslun). eeatflas no Delegates were present VLOUIt Winter intent.. Arch hall. manently. Ita perfect freedom from Lead. Sulphar. Caatbarldes ur anrtblni luatloua. 3 HI 3M . stocking, so popular In my own every objectionable quality ond sub- An .air, irreat .slier Lady oaavaMers .stake all ''!! matic from Columbus und Cincinnati, O., illlAIN Whtul N xnJ .. . I to u a dir. brassLl or raall AO. Capillar U land, hud gotten a foothold here. S3 7" Nn. stance, nud Its acting on the kidneys, Wheeling, W. Va., nnd Pittsburgh (THIN jrtilcui;onrlnz Nti S 14 UI.K.V KID6E, ti. J. 0 SIH" am convinced now that It la not so." liver and bowela, without weakening MANNf 1MM, t (fl Clarion und Unloutown, Pa. The OATS NV. or irritating them, make it the ideal T 31 SO I'OltK Me When It Itatna Forever. SO 5 unift b session was secret. Kcsolutlous wero I.AKU-Melaxative. You can expect a shower at Panama, In the process of manufacturing figs NKW YOItK. adopted encouraging tho Cleveland says a correspondent In the Chicago are used, as they are pleasant to tho -- Wlulcr p.itent 3 0) fli 3B tl costs no street railroad strikers In all lawful I'LOI'lt No, led 4U Record, about three o'clock every aft- taste, but the medicinal qualities of tho WIIK.VT f i IMItN-- Ni attempts to better their condition. iinlloJ is ernoon during the rnlny season. The remedy are obtained from senna and 4 IIYK..... 6I4 Carad. No Sta or oervC Q VSI c.l rest of the day and evening after six other aromatic plants, by a method I I Ouuinruafiernritder'euteotDr.Kllnea Th I'am.ll Monument. Syrdt 8 Tl Nerve lle.torer. ms) trial bottle aad treatise o'clock is delightful, and no one thinks known to tho CaliforniaItsFio beneficial Ureal Dr. It. 11. KUN K. Ltd, Kl Aron hM'blla., Pa. O Co. only. In order to get A cablegram was l.AItl) Wtkieru Hobto.n, Sept. a tree. of carrying an umbrella, but at Colon effects nnd to uvold Imitations, plcoso IIAiniMQItl- received here rrlday from I.onl Mayor s.v It rains all the time, and, according to remember the full nome of the Company $75 Moulhirtutlr outfll free: wawantamanor 3 f tt 3 M -S rod wuni.iiln e.vrr count;! apply quick. Muml1 Daniel Tallin, of Dublin, aud Hon tiltAIN Wheal No. n T'W ttie old proverb, it never rnlns hut It printed on tho front of every package. facturcrs. uuiu jiarsetpt., (T TVi hnuLarn K. ltcmoud, M. P., signifying buckJohn S(M ... A. N. K.-- K 1770 (inn MIsimI Ut pours. It Is the real thing by the CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SH Oitv-N- aJ White it ttictr acceptance of an Invitation to etful. It seems as If llic bottom had BAN FRANCISCO. OAI IVllK.N' tVUITI.NU 'I'll AUVKKT'.MKKIs is ft ll.f Kul uiMcin Colon and plca.e elate tbat yau aaw lbs Auvu-lldropped out of the sky, SI visit the United States to Inaugurate CAVl'I.K MrsHiuallty nkw tork. if. kv. 5C0 c. per bottle aacat lu tble supcr. o 31 ti a it Panama are 47 miles apart. The rain- for sale by ajt Urugglsts.-1'r- lce tho movement fur a monument for llOvis Western INIUAK.I1)I.I& fall at Pannma Is about 03 Inchrs annuTho cable- (lltAIN Charles Stuart Paruell. DR. MOFFEIT'S Rn .(now Blshop)Jostpk S. Keft A U NixSrcd. ally, or about eight feet. The rainfall 32 ('urn Nivl MUoU gram states that they will leave Ire ii rviei ssie iv.r ir.r. iin.ia , 4 limed Uio--N(Tectkiaa I'ondtra, to ear llllle at Colon is 850 luetics, annually, or ubout land about tho middle of October, rsadrkllil with tbe haniilrit re- I.OUISVIM.K. 21 feet, and the people get It all In Ave salts. TheerTrctsnrreslaiuslsisc- FLOflt Wlaier patent .... 1 8 3 M Unusual fro list In I'ortu Itlco, months, an average of four feet a Tl (lltAIN Wheal Nu. s red.,,, (Teething Powders.iXX while In Arlxona 31 ,, . month precipitation, Ponce, Porto Itlco., Sept, aHeary 3('' Curu M rd ...... , SI rKt Mil 2S fnls. Ask rour DniWIsI for II. ,f u" f'.P.l Oau they only have n few Inches. It takea rains hare caused nn unusual freshet I'Ultlv M Mucd t bi a all the rest of the year for the people ,r.. ..... Di U and tlio people, frightened ou account C. T. MOFFETT. M. D.. St. Louts. Mo. to get dry. of tho rcceut hurricane, aro leaving their houses and aro being quartered In tho public buildings. Tho soldi ors. polico and firemen vorked all night. self-posseFoot-Kas) Prof, lllank asked J. 1 Morgan, the Janitor to get a cat for him, as he wished to Illustrate his lecture on by experiments upon the animal. Mr. Morgan succeeded In getting one with the aid of tome amall boys. When his students had assembled the professor put the cat Into the glass receiver of the air pump and began to pump out the air. liefore the piston had time to move more than onee or twice the cat began to feel very uncomfortthe aperture able, and, discovering through which the air waa escaping, put her foot on It and thua corked the pip and stopped the removal of 'Jbt air. nererai auosequeni attempts to carry ontlie experiments were alike Inef fectual, for aa soon as the glass cover was' put over her nnd she felt the re moval of the nlr the cat would put her feet'orer the pipe and keep them pressed there. The student, struck by the remark able Intelligence ahown by the cat, asked the professor to liberate the ani s mal and loudly cheered her sion when the eat, after coolly cleaning herself and smoothing her ruffled fur, Jumped down and rubbed agninst the legs of the studenta sitting on the front bench. She la now permanently annexed to the college and an object of Interest to all visitors. "nea-plratlo- Moses Kenderaon la a sable ion of Africa and Uvea two miles from Atnerl-cii- s In a rocky field where rattlesnakes are most plentiful, says the Havannab News, Moses makes a ttvlng by rapturing snakes and selling them. This Is the truth, strange as It may seem. One day lately he killed a large one with 11 rattles on it. Tills was a fat make and Moses ate It. The other day he brought a very large snake to the city, trying to sell Ita hide. There were 23 rattles on It. The make was very poor,, and Moses said It would not do to ent, and he stuffed its hide and sold It for a good price, Every year Mosea makes a good. .Vat of money .celling make oil He says right down the vertebrae of a rattlesnake Is a fatty streak of flesh that makes an oil, when fried, that wilt cure any case or rheti- mutism. It Is strange to how many people he sells this rhcumntlc snake oil. lie haa a long list of certificates from people he has cured. Borne of them are from Intelligent whites, who declare that the oil tins cured them when all other remedies have failed. He sells a vial of the oil for one dollar and guar- Modern Fable. A iteneral 'who waa conducting a war In a distant Island wrote to the agricultural department of his gorernment to ship him a ton of acorna. When asked what he intended to do with them he replied: "There h ho shade in our trenches, and the troops suffer from heat. A growth of large oats wil add much to. the comfort of the men In the firing line." lie would hare asid more, but hit attention waa arrested by a burst of song from a ncichhorins jungle. "Ah," be sighed, "that Is a round robin!" And, In walked sadly away, San Francisco Lxaminer. Tho new Torpedo. A rounff Swede has invented a tornedn operated solely br invisible rava nt heht. which enables it to explode at will heneivth the enemy's fleet. In a hke subtle manner Hosteller aStomach Hitlers attacks and con tiers all stomach troubles. When a sufferer ? rom constipation or dyspepsia or liver complaint takea the Hitters he is sure of one thing, sooner or later, and that Is cure. See that a private Revenue Stamp covcra the neck of the bottle. r A LeUcr to Mrs. PinKht-.t- i Drought Health " to Mrs. Archambo. ever I feel weak again shall know Itnle That Works lloth Ways. r..n.,.n. t.... i ..m il. where to get my strength. I know regetarian, "that when a man lives on beef yourmedlcinc cured me." Mus.Salina. xas. risaiuu so. 41,mj1 DcAn Mn.. PiNititAM For two years I felt tired and so weak and dizzy that sotno dnys I could hnnlly go around tho house. Ilacknchennd headache nil the time nnd my food would not digest and had sucli pains In tho womb and troubled with Icticorrhcca and kidneys wero affected. "After birth of each child. I grew weaker, nnd hearing so much of tlio good you had done, I wrote to you nnd haro taken six bottles of Lydia FJ. Pinkhnm's Vegetable Compound, ono boxof Lozenges, ono box of MvcrPIlls, ono packago of Sanntlro Wash, nnd today I am feeling ns well as I ever did. When I get up In the morning I feel as fresh as I did when a girl and cat and sleep well and do all of my work, ff Lima to i.. he becomes something tike an ox; if he eats AllCIIAilDO, ClIAItl.KMO.NT, MASS. mutton he looka sheepish, and if he eats pork the chances are he will grow awlnish." The present Sirs. Pinkham's experiyou arc ngnt, salt tne turtle-fe- d alderman. "I have also nhserveH that ence in treating femalo ills is unparalleled; for years sho worked side by when a man lives on nothing hut vegetables Chi-csg- o he is apt to be pretty small potatoes. eldo with Mrs. Lydia Fi. Pinkham, and Evening News. sola chargo sometime past for has had DYSPEPSIA dys-peps- Purse-Prou- d (l.r tok 5, ... rnr ti-.-r-, it. ' drag-RU- ATTENTION 0, Q. A. A--9- 33d R- - e. We-hsv- e PHILADELPHIA, 1899 September "BIG FOUR ROUTE" eand-dolla- W. L. DOUGLAS $3&$3.50 SHOES $ t.tVKSTOCK-CatlU.eommo- a & rALVKS-FalrtOf- nrd mre Excellent S3-- I.AMII--Sprtn- 4an -- 1 -- is.. um CARTERS INK OATS-MU- -t l'OltK-New- KI.OIM:-l'amll- t. ' m a ., I EETHINI JL teffirm! d.,,u I.AltU-Slcu- Clans ll.leale llrs.n ill. New Yohk, Sept a Joo (lana, of llidtlmore, whipped Eugene lteionali, of Cincinnati, at the llroaaway Athletic club Friday night. The men taut go at 133 pounds. for a To cures or mpnoy lofunded by your merchant so Why not try UY Prico BOc. ( BEREA COLLEGE offers The Counties. Copy lot Ihls Department must reach the itor on Saturday preceding date bl Issue. ed- SPECIAL DEPARTMENTS. THE HOME. Edited by Mm. E. Putnam, Teacher Perea College. Laurel County. London THE SCHOOL. Edited by Mm. f.uia II. Vicm, Dean ol the Normal Department Here College Rati Edited by S. C. Ml son, rrofrstmr ol Horticulture, Ilerea College. THE FARM. Special Training for AH tho schools aro in session now, The L. k N. is putting a new Our column last week was devoted switch at thin place for the convenie- to tho consideration of the question and many of tho institutes havo been nce-of the Dauer Cooperage State of the influence which is exerted up held. Probably ovory teacher who Co. Formation and care of uros. past-- . Home and Business Life The world is rinding out in later years that ingenuity in nil matters of everyday life can be cultivated as truly by school methods as any other activity of mind or body. In recent years schools for manual training have proved their usefulness, and cooking and sewing schools have found their way all through the country. Berca has not been slack in bringing these new aids to real education into close connection with the Model School. Cooking, g have been a distinct part of sewing, and the grammar school courses for several years. Multitudes of young women have learned to combine thinking and doing under Mrs. Hill's and Mrs. Putnam's direction, and the shop and farm have done their share for the young men. Now the College takes an advance step in securing a special teacher of Domestic Science for the young women and enlarging the work of both shop and farm in giving advanced training in both. Courses of study in applied science have been framed to give such information as can be made directly useful in the home and on the farm along with the general education that makes the best citizens. In these courses the conditions of Kentucky, life arc specially considered, and the practical training of kitchen laboratory, shop and farm, is aimed at enlarging the opportunities of the young people in their own homes and surroundings. This is especially true of Prof. Mason's lectures on farm management, animal husbandry, and farm crops, as well as of those already known in gardening and forestry. Selections from the catalogue will show in outline what is offered. shop-trainin- .COURSES OF APPLIED SC1ENXE. Parallel with the Normal Course and requiring the same preparation in the Model Schools or elsewhere are courses fitting for highest usefulness upon the farm, These cover two in the shop, and in the household. years beyond the Grammar grades, including such studies as all good citizens need in their everyday life, and training in the everyday arts of the farm, the shop or the home.. The completion of one of these courses is recognized by a diploma. Farm Eronom, two year. WlNTia. BrUMG. Tiu. FIRST. Arithmetic 1, 6; English Sentence, Si Farming, b; Drawing. 3. Algebra la, S; rhyslcal aeotjraphy, b: Woodwork, 5; Drawing, S. Algebra lb, i; Botany 1, 5; Gardening, S; Bookkeeping, S. StCOSD. CtomposlUon,o;BotanyIl,5;PhysJology,6;Drat:ing.S. U.S. History a, b. Horticulture, 8; Farm Management,! Animal Husbandry, 5. U. S. History b, &; Horticulture, b; Forestry, b; Farm Crops, S. ' Fail. Wltrau. Brxina. Home Economy, two year. Fau. WlHTia. Bnuxo. TJKST. Arithmetic I, b; English Sentence. 5; Sewing, 5; Drawing, 3. Algebra la, 5; rhyslcal Geography, 5; Cooking, 8; Drawing, S. Algebra lb, !; Botany 1, 1; Gardening, b; Bookkeeping, 3. SECO.SD. Wjntix. SriuiiG. Fail. ' Composition, b; rhysiology, 5; Cooking, Si Drawing, 3. U. B. History a, b; Household Economy, b; Dressmaking, 8; His-tory ofEducatlon, 3. U. 8. History b, 5; fjecia Hygiene, b; Dairying, I; Word Study, 3. SHORT APPRENTICESHIPS. For the benefit of those who are unable to take a fuller preparation for life's work arrangement is made to give to a few persons special training jn farming, carpentry, printing, or houshold economy and sewing while they detheir time to study in the Schools. Apvote one-haprentices admitted to such training must be as far advanced at least as the highest intermediate grade, (see Model Schools A Intermediate outline of Instruction) and A limited must show a general fitness for the work. number of applicants can be received, and early inquiry will insure first consideration. lf Domestic Economy. Mis Stokh. ' Eiwiko. Plain and fancy stitches, cutting and fitting garment and the use ol the sewing machine. Fall term, Are hour a week. II. Cooking. Practical lessons In preparation and care ol jlatable and nu-- , tricous jood. Winter term, flv. hour a week. III. Dairyi.io. Luawns in butter making and cheese making, wlih Instruc tion in the qualities oi milk and its proper handling and uses. Fpring term, fire hour a week. IV. Btoiini or the Uoxt. Lectures on topic connected with the health ol the household, such as food, air, exercise, clothing, temperature and care In the sick room. Spring term, nre hour a week. Training in sewing and cooking are also given to girl In the A and B Grammar schools, occupying 4 hour a week during each year. Four young women are placed under direction ol the matron l the Model Cottage lor training In all the duties of the household and perform these duties In return lor their board and room-rent- . I. Agriculture, Horticulture, and Forestry. rr.or. IUson, Mb. TriTEis. Practical Instruction in field work, fencing, draining, and care ol shop. Fall term five to ten hour a week. MariAOLXENT. Lectures upon farm economy in crops, stock, build- II, ings.ctc. Winter term, five hours a vteek. HI, Animal Husbandry. Outline descriptions ol various breed ol stock and the best methods ol breeding and handling domestic animals. Winter term five hours a week. IV. Farm Caon. Adapatlon ol Una crop to soil and season. Systems ol ro--J tatlon and best methods ol needing, tillage, gathering, and storing. ' I. fix ., Woodworking. SlTUUNTLXDINT KlNO. r General description ol construction and purpose ol tools. Illustrations ol their use in a dozen probkms Including a small article ol furniture. First year, two hours a wiek. Itequlred in B Grammar school. II. Lectures upon native woods and purpone lor which they aroused. Care ' and uso ol carpenter' tools, problems In framing, and const ruction ollurniture. Second year, two hours a week, required In A Grammar school. III. Apprentice work upon such construction a may be In progress at any Confined to students already trained In time about the Institution. previous counts. IV, Cabinet work and finer grades ol finishing, Three hour a week for student who have had training equivalent to previous course. I. Drawing. I. r SVrEltlMTEKDKNT KINO, Jill. CHAPIN. Mechanical drawing, a. Study ol geometrical figures and problems, lot lowed by plain ol simple Joints and models used In first year manual training. Itequlred in B Grammar school. Two hours a week, b. Construction of floor plans and elevations of house and barn, and detail drawings ol construction, Two hours a week. Itequlred In A Gram mar school. c Detailed drawing lor construction ol farm machinery and farm building. Fall term, three hour a wesk, II. Freehand drawing, a. 1'rlneiplcs and practice applied In surface de. week", slgalng and drawing Irota the object. Fall term, three hour b, Principles and practice In perspective drawing Including sketching g .Winterterm, thru hours awsik. Bookkeeping. Zasentlal principles cf single and double entry bookkeeping, with special adaptation to farm accounts, Spring term, three hour a w ek. Sept. 2nd. Ralph Chapman Miss Nellie Kohn wero married, Rot. Dixon officiating. Ralph is but 15, but ho is starting on life's journey with a help-matthat is Bomo 23 years older than himself. J. 0. Brewer while breaking on the train was accidentia thrown ofT near Rockhold, breaking ono leg, ono arm, and receiving sevornl other slight injuries. He is now in the hospital at Williamsburg but is recoTering very succes in any undertaking. slowly. Just at this time whon tho colleges A young man was recently trrested and put in jail on charge of drunken- and high schools aro opening nil over ness. But when ho first entered the our country, do yon not think your ho aroused public attention by child is worth enough to send away ;neeling down and delivering n very earnest prayer, after which he towhooll This is not a matter which is conarose preaching, shouting, and tellnected only the school deportment, ing tho love of Jesus. If drankenecs would produce- such but also to the homo department, for an effect in every case, it might bo what better aid is there to tho home well for every sinner to take of tho j than tho public Bchool. The school poisonous cup. is an aid to the homo also; both work together for tho betterment of the Evergreen I people and the making of good citi Born to. Mrs. Jones, a boy, some i zens, liut it you, rathers and moth. few days ngn, Miss Ellen Lake commenced heri ers, aro thinking just now of your own children first, what more can you school Monday Aug. 28. Tho school at Fine Grove will ad do for them them to urge them to go journ Sept. I, on account of Circuit away to school? They will learn court at .Mch.ee, lor a week a vacation. many things from books, of course, Married at tho residence of her but they will also learn much from father, Jacob Lake and Miss Fannie tho association with others in a school Lunsfonl; also J. D. Brockman and which has students from different Miss Millie Jones. correspondent saw in the last towns and states. Your Next week, Sept. 18, Berea College Citizen that many students were pre' anog tor too tail school at Berea. .becrins its fall term. Why should t is interesting to parents to know , or irj st,r t homo all the that so many young men and women Tourand winter doing little or nothfall want an education. ing, when he needs an education! Clover Bottom ou can not auora to lei vour cnuu Old uncle William Williams was get behind your neighbor s children. buried last Wednesday. Mr. Fred Click has cone to Red ao make up your mind to hate him Lick to 6tay a few days. come, fix him up, and start him oft so Mr. John Parker of Tennessee, is be will be sure to bo here the first visiting relatives at this place. dBV 0f ti,e term, prepared to star all Mrs. Yocum and her daughter. n,a Louise, passed through here Thurs-. j i I xjycu 11 juur i uvj uun su omoj iu jay lul "u " J. Mrs. H. N. Dean, who has the fever , uu nu is improving. There are a number wuelulrul uut uo year. The best way to get out of this of other cases of fever here. Mrs. M. F. Walker and her brother, difficulty is the remedv I suggested Mr. and Mrs. Albert Williams attend-- 1 in the beL'inninir of this nrliclo , ed preaching at Grassy Springs Sun- ,t . houg,boid word -- j.i. TOUr U? tl,.S .11 (I- ,- I.i1lr..n Volt cw. "" V . Misses China Coyle. Talitha Gay, ,0 lne nome ecno01 l0CK a,H lneJ and a number of other young people of this place attended the association can learn anything and shall then go Everybody away to College for a year or two at at Birch Lick, recently. j seemed to have a delightful time. ieat but for an entjre college course. if it is possible. Let the children 1 realize this as soon as they are able Ogle. George Woods has a store on the to realize anything, and it will not be head of the Creek. long until they will plan for it Isaac Brigman visited his daughter, themselves Miss Helen Brigman last week. In this way the whole family life H. J. Hunloy, the drummer, pans- -' rr the better, and tu luiuiisju uud soot ncv vu a ins, tho good results will bo seen in an Will Jackson returned last week community. The families from Williamsburg where ho has been improved constitute the communities and deterwork. at We were very much interested Sun mine their standing, and uneducated day Aug. 27, listening to a colored people in auy community lower it at oromer, wr. ivaviu .ncnee, compared with other communities. Onedla Educate or fall behind. 1. Rev. McMurry preached at Burns church Aug. 20. Miss lk'ttie Pendcrgrass, who had house with 10 additions aa the result. A. K. Burns recently sold a fine lot been called from school on account Baptists will begin next Sunday. All Hyden of sickness at home has returned. of cattle for $105. Hyden Academy opened Aug. 21. aro invited to attend. We hopo thoy will have success in their undertaking. The new road on Doe Creek was with an enrollment of 87. Rev. J. A. Burns preached at Bull- beirun last week. There are about skin church last week. Give us tho L. & X. R. R. we don't Scaffold Cane Rev. Tom Merrell preached at eighty hands at work and it will soon want it driven from the state. Silas Harden has returned after a ue compieteu Craine Creek Aug. 20. Prof. J. M. Elam, who is teaching year's absence. The delegates convention to nomin A. H. Burn's child was thrown from Hiram Ramsey is building a stone ate a representative met Aug. 21 and at Wooten, has dismissed two weeks a, mule and broke her arm. for fodder. chimney to his now house. J. A. Burns is building a house on rha Tw,nr t.V hustled. Largo quantities of isinglas have The Mormons have elders in this viBullskin, we are glad to nave him as been discovered on Middle Fork ten cinity, but they are not doing much a citizen. miles below Hyden. good. Miss Eliza Bishop, of Doorway, has One of our teachers, Mr. Sherman props look well here now Binre the Spradllng been visiting her daughter1, Mrs. Liz It is hoped that there will bo 8 or Bailey of Confluence, married last rain. Com and cane are -promisim? a w zie iiurns. 10 students from Wolf county for week. We have not learned the name cood harvest this vear. Miss Lizzio Burns, of Jackson Berea this fall. of the fortunato youug lady. will bo a protracted meetinir There County, visited friends and relatives Rev. Weebee, pastor of the Men- - j at Macedonia chnrch, beginning tho John Napier, of Campton, was badhere recently. ly shot by Willio Tutt ou Aug. 22. nonite ichurch at Flat Lick, is making fourth. Sunday iu Soptetnbor. Bro. Miss Bettio Pondergrass, who is It was accidental. a tour of the mountains in the inter- Allen will preach. teaching school at Doorway, visited Tho church at Clear Creek is having a boom. Two D. B. Fulks begins a series of singl- est of his church. friends here recently. and one saw-miing lessons at Sulphur Spring, Meni- Flat Lick is said to bo the only Mon- - shingle-mill- s are in Mrs. Bettie Pace, who has been ill fee county, on tho fourth Saturday in nonue congregation in tne state, lull blast. illis bbearcr is buildin long time, September. with consumption for a Two killed have occured in this, a now dwelling-housand there P. died Aug. 22, leaving five small chil Sev Col- county in the last two weeks. Bigo talk of a new Baptist church. C. Rexford Raymond, of Berea dren. lege, gave a very interesting and in- Morgan Kiiieu uige ranter in ilyden. eral other buildings are iu process of J. R. Burns, Albert Sidham, andS. structive lecture, entitled "How to Jatries Roberts was killed on Big erection. Creek. Full particulars nre hard to B. Saylor recently killed two large Win," on Aug. 22. Wlldle. obtain. Both killings appear to be rattlesnakes, measuring a it iu in. in Mrs. Henry Smith is very sick. Campmeeting at this place was the result of whiskey drinking. These length. , empha'size tho danger to qui e a success with such men as k1 Mr. aud Mrs. E. F. Marlow went Revs, Gleason, Harris, Denny, and'iir,, JL Lstill i trnm ...., ..uu. iuwu.- - to Richmond Sunday. .m.uiu... Raymond as leaders, Locust Branch Mrs. W. I. Dooly of Dispulanta erance. Uur people should suppress The Teachers Association will bo The following ministers and delo-gate-s whiskey, yisited Mrs H. H. Wood last Monday. 10, held at DripJiook, Sept. from Ohio atteuded the Bethel Tudor it McCormick bought forty Teamsters are hauling n great Campmeeting: Revs. C. A, Gleason, three hogs from Wm. Hayes & T. L. B. Harris, and Mr. Denny, Mr. and Conway. many tics from hero to Panola. Bullen last week. Mat Coifey and two boys are also Mr. and Mrs. Elihu Bickoell visited Mrs. Loveless, and Miss Scott. Rov. Balew preached in the Chrissick at preseut. friends aud relatives near Kingston tian church Sunday evening and Bell and Crooksvillc G. W. Jones, who ban been very Monday morning, low, is much better. Knucklos. Misses Stanley and Lillian Bick- Your corresondent and her father Tho Bell institute will begin the nell atteuded tho toachera) AssociaJ. E. Coffey and wifo who have attended a Baptist Association near second Monday in Sept. tion held at Cave Spring. , been very; low with fevor nre slowly Richmond last week, Dill Bingham, was shot on the 27 convalescing. T. T. Simmons cave an entertain Will McClary camo over from Mt. ment at Boavor Pond Tuo&day night by Joe Liford, but was not seriously Mrs. W. T. Woodall while on her Vernon Sunday and spont tho day allowing illustrated war pictures and hurt. way to Copper Creek was thrown with the Butner family. giving musio by tho Graphaphouo. Throo men wero shot recently on from a buggy but received no sorious J. L, Brook's new residenco is HearStinking Creek, Knox county. Kono injuries. ing completion- - whou finished it will Owsley killed. Throo of our boys have recently join- be quite au ornament to our town. South Fork James and Jacob Howard passed ed theTarmy, viz. J. Mobley, Arthur The Republicans of this couuty The Teachors Association, held last through hero Sunday on their way to and Rankin Alexander. We hopo the held a convontiou at Mt Vernon Sat. Leslie, Saturday, was well attended. boys will coino out alright aud wish Aug. 27 and nominated B. J. Bethu-ruthem success. Some of the young ladies of this for Representative for RockcasJ times Bishop, of Clay was at this vicinity report a pleasant trip to Clay oiliceon the 27 and reported more , There has been a series of Christian tle aud Laurel counties for our next I meetings at old Scaffold Caue church- - Legislature. shooting in his county, last week. o I 1 and on tho young. Now this week I want attended an instltuto went home with to write about influence again, but 3mo now ideas which ho plans to this time it will be tnoro definite put in practice in his school. This You all admit that it is worth a great is good, it is what institutes are for, deal to a child to have a deflnito pur- - and tho schools will receivo tho beneposo placed before him by his par- fit of all that is said and douo at ents. If thoy do this and are in earn institutes if only tho toahers act as est about it thoy will be careful to tho proper conductors of the good work toward this end continually. ideas as they should. An earnest purposo will far toward It is sometimes the caso that pupils Jackson County. i ' t. J" 1 Clay County. t,a,i Proration of the antf. Tho ground should be well plowed only a few days beforo the seed is to be sown, and then harrowed until tho surface is thoroughly pulverized and smoothed, If hard and full of clods, the disk harrow is tho best thing wo have found for pulverizing tho soil, aud it should bo used as noon as possible after tho plowing is dono boforo tho clods hnve time to bnko. Tho see the chanco they have of making last harrowing should le dono with their school better, and so they plan a Thomas or some similar harrow in what they intend to tlo when school order to leave the surface as smooth begins again. So after all such plans as possible. Small and heavy seed, like clovsr, nre made, and now that teachers are baclc from instituto with heads full of jcnn lw sown m0re eT(,'J wiso plans, it is a good time to put "wheelbarrow seeder," of which there some of these good plaus into prac- - ar" "everal kinds in the market, than tice. Pupils can don groat deal tow-- 1 with any other implement we havo ard making a good school, teachers "sHli m,t tor "owing coarser seeds, can of course do more. Parents can),ike Johnson grass, or chaffy seeds, help by coojeratiug with both. And like 1 bowo of orchard grass, we hare it is well to War in mind hero that re- - j fou,ul uo mtcMno which has been fctory, and wo prsfer to sow forms ond changes, can not be raado 8UCh "ct,H l)J hftni1 L!K"t nd in a month or oven in ouo term of school. Just remember that tho ad-- 1 heaTJ hwhU AwU nlwBJ vice given so freely by the instructor Separately, as it is practically impos-a- t his institute was not learned in a j "5b, 4o VP lbtm eVflU,Jr milt, an(l l will term. Probably he struggled for a i in 80W',,K hJ baml ,,,e up"5 long timo before ho succeeded in bring- ktv iiitunu pw uiii(.u iduue lUflll SUO ing about perfectly satisfactory re- light that the field will 1m streaked sults in Lis school work. So do not and irregular. When the sowing is get eaily discouraged. A little dis- done by hand wo prefer to go over the satisfaction will not hurt you any, field Jwice, using half of the seed each but will only mako you strive more time and each time making tho second sowing at right angles to tho earnestly for success. There aro many aids to success first. For corering tho seeds we prefer a which you may invoke. Some of heavy roller to any other implement, them may be briefly mentioned: the teachers' papers, institutes, reading as it covers them more thoroughly circles, teachers' associations. AH and presses the soil about them so of these are valuablo because of the firmly that fewer are lost by rains and suggestions you get from the experi-enc- s drought. If a roller is not to he had of other teachers, many of a light smooth harrow or even a whom may have had long experience brush mayjje used, but a hoary harrow ahould never be used except for at tho business. In recent numbers of The Citizex covering very coarse seed. When have been given various waya of the ground is in good condition, freshteaching the primary work aa well as ly harrowed, and loose, and the seed ways of'interesting the younger chil can bo sowed just before n rain, covdren. These methods have been test- ering is scarcely necessary, and wo ed and found successful, and teachers prefer to omit it all together rather can not afford to neglect any oppor than to use a heavy harrow, Time of ioxc(ng.n tho South tunities for improvement which they may have presented to them. Do not ! nearly all the perennial irrasaea ami be content with being a good, sue . clovers will dobetter if sowed in Aug cessful teacher, but be such an excel- ust or September than at any other time, as they then lent one that you will not have to lished before the becomo well estabwinter frosts, and seek a school, but that tho wLoola are ready to make such a vigorous will seek you. Success may be at- growth early in the spring that they . 1 i ill tained and the teacher who adopts mil aecp uuwn ino weetis and voiun-- I teer grasses which so often choko out and uses the best methods of work is the spring sowiugs. Somo of tho the one who will find success. I mora hardy species will do well if Success means so much, not merelv sown as late as October or Nnrom the meaning commonly given to the! her, though even for these tho earlier If ho word, but a deeper, more extensive oml PffWe. other cropsland by so vet it is possible for each that fall sowing is not practicable, meaning. to attain it, though possibly in differ- - tho work should be done as early in ent measure, still to reach tho success the spring as possiblo that the young for which every earnest and devoted plants mar become well rooted I the summer drought. It is seldom teacher is, or at least should be, con autiPiiuiu iu run itiiu gram, tinually working. Farmer' liuUtlln A'o. " 1 .l-- ! j Leslie County. j Wolfe County. e -- uounty. f...,, ,,. i?... Rockcastle County. County. County. m