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Digital page images are linked to the text file. n TIJO2W Mar An Independent Weekly MHort nod Cor Devoted to theLI THE CITIZEN Interests of fttrm Ay M tOOII THE HOME FARM SCHOOL 50 CENTS A YEAR I C VOL III Av Family Paper BEKEA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JUNE 27 1901 Fifty cents a year NO I IIDEAS The bait cow uwxls host feed Your npHech will show your bred log Love at work never looks at the clock RtttloHunkn oil U ju6lHlatonedi lar an ounce have you any to A prayer in its simplest dffiuUIou la merely H wish turned ward P People who worked in the early spring are now enjoying summer fruits and flowers c Take Notice The State Colonnl Teachers As sociation meets in the Talternacle + July 34 and B- On bunday Jiibe 30 Bro DuUvrell of Till CITIZEN will irwwh at Wai laceton Methodist Church The CITIZEN wanta ten more Istudent agents and will pay liberally for ti work Call or write for our Special Offer A contention of the County Slluda Sohoal Association will Iw held in Bra WmlnewUr July 31 Prof E A Fox of Loutfillaatate Krcre try of the Association will be prtvetil l PROM TUB WIDE WORLD t noib tiie llbtlcAllitiil National eidtrlpartieeito CtIt the lii the chef city of TupHi wltlra- populalion of more than a iiillliWi and a them is milyiii1 atrtet car HUM ahd that IN operated by horaen A Dnuw OB the INndl In Finis France decided that lhi rider of N biwcle whii was rim hllo by all otnnthtia rod JuJIIMJ1I cWin no redreaM 1I11O of wheel were too recktea in forcing them aelvM Into platvfl of pivil The French Oovinior Director of Railroads haw wrilloii to the Womann Chrinlinu Union of France that all employ aist in drinkiiiK liqtarswrrile on duty will Iw dinrharg d and thai all on iwion lIt of the ffowrn meat road will le iroiiM d iinlnm they droptbtlrlllklnftblblt mid will ben fund in cane of accident HeMail rants on the roads am forbidden to Mil liquora to workmen II Mil Oil COUITIT The reviml tariff for tip Philip tHI8 will get effect Jttlyl Under It It I that the Wade will be able to contribute anMtally 112 000000 to the menu of the civil government A tarnflo storm In the ton of Hlueflelda Wis onSaturdaydo- Mroyislinore than aall a million dol Ian worth property The lab of life ia estimated at about CO The atom waa accompanied bya cloud bunt The physician in attendance bn Mr McKinby feel hire that the plaaa for the removal of their pal lent aeit week frum WatAiuirton to Can cKliJt4l1hllwtnarkllnlpwvllltlotiu AdfilmrtSlon Ilav lIftur tJuilet States JoniiH1 atf PfeftxiM South Africa and 4lilenl non nf SicnUrv ol Stale John Hnr fll from tlmihirtl rj wliKlow of hit hotel In Nw Havt u un N tKll bf tSO rt nboill 3 am Sunday IRUriiinquitdwas in alaully it WHS thliglit11e Wee dozing iult11 hunt IH balance The elwtrical utortns Of taut Avenk I were alteinlwl with tuich Ions of lifo and property At ColtinibuH Ohio such property wan daiuaged at Pittaburg 1a four were lord S at Liueolu III over 1100000 worth of damage waa done and aeveral town iu were away amodgthVmiTCeyatonemplace having ftr wb pIal + with tliiiexceptiou of one saloon ueing washer awaY r h b JCOIOIWEALTIiOP KENTUCKT Wheat harvetil was ln fiiu in Wood f MondaySix nnd three in Lonlsyille wtra ppstratwPliv heat Monday nuo- I meter teg iNterxl IWIif wi The f ihristian cmlllLrgr ul jury is said to have rul Urll81 I m nta Ihirty men fur galtililinif HI UI tIUhkiIINVillriThe orgiZtd t4i keaHIto 5lki1 ovuiiri at i x 6liniv itr much pleanetl over the dieaveroof H rifb coat vein on their The plantTheOil Company has Nkerd Jtevemi thousand acres of land in is preparing ibputdowu eipeetluggM There la to be a Good Rosdn Convention in the oil bf Louisville June l7urt 28 No subject w more im clyJc t it seed plenty more and the Keutuck ate do Dot seem to know Much about i Ute making of good dirt roads i u y P The Pride of Berea Pride is a very good thing jf it lint something to stand on The prid drat has no foiiudntiou rests pn heel ignorance and is vrycOutmlltibl Somo jxMpli are tX proud to work and othom are to proud lobe idls Some folks are proud of their lam ly but that is no credit to a limit + Iii cannot help Where he was horn The things to IMJ proud of nro tin things which wo hove done for our I selves Now a large number of families in Berea have a right to he proud ol their hones There are dozens of hiitublu houses around our streets where poor people unto establishod theniselvps cud put improvements The house U gah as a mere box and by and by clapboards and pnitit we added H porch was built around th frost the fenre was toads htraight and neat end bushy unworn and bushes have come fo adorn the dooryards We can all take an hotarid A setiHiblo pride in these neat end pleasaul houses t And at thiN tint of the year when the dowers are in their glory it in s goo l limo for ua nil lo nmkf retolu lions and lay our plant rlr ether im provemiis shag thus n lit fn b fore another suiiiiner Mi ra ill proinl of iUi roswi and its nenlly kepi door ynnli Public Meeting pnd i of ihe Kentucky Colored Teachers AssoclaUon in Berea Tabernaclr J A M Out DibtritJ Sthixtln Speeches by Bell White Hnlhiiway suit Mrs Sophia I Craig 11 A M A Farmers luilijenilHiK- iPor CABVU Tuskegew Alnn BASKET DINNER AS 12qCIOCK 2W P M Unlu Pmgnws Addresses by Paor I WILLIAMS of Covingtou Ky and Pnor Coos of Washington D U EVERTBODT WELCOME Heroa Is to have a bank and the following ofllirs have boon selected A T Fish President S K AVaMi Jr Vice lreeidebt VH Porter of Hopklusvllle Casbierj A T Fish E Jr J L Oaf B K Robinson W F Kidd Directors Capital stock f16000 verJeDunlyMat wetklrWlrr fayatrtluktysureutdallexptn aKtright M na o Oft tnainlncton Misty paM recta Salurdiy and rxpetiiv NTANIARI1IOUKa1 CTU T jC r THE MARKETS Al samaras ST A 0 NORMAN A CO- ClXtlNNATI JIIIIK 2 ArrLKCmrnnn260rr f1114 BiilcliiTx44 t uU I IHIJIIIfII N4I 6St- AGTSVI rhnioK zrgar6SNltr1 111 IereIunnnnJhlK j 4Ot- tIlooaatuutitruus or+ 1145 Y4 HOU- tFairI gNa ligln6tMJ yTilUtti iiuid tc GAIii tui BtI- GtintGturlohNUUen1tX Ht i0CoiiiinoirtQfir 100 LAMBS OiV l To 47G d 575S Commiiu In fHirii25 Yy 450 WuftATl o 2 Itt 6S toaN 2 mixed 44 21UnNoFLOOB Winter patent401j 380 e I IK C 3251 Family22O 2W MILL FEEP1600 15R- HATNO 1 Timothy rJnOr 1 75 Nli2 1100 fJ II 50 I No 1 Clover 850 Errs 9X No 2 750 j 8M PtKILTBT1 prillteN IMrnl UJ- f Fryew Ie 10 fl It Ujh1H H Light hIII 11 KmwUTM Turkey luUH t Tumi 4 ti1u5UOH f I lllDM Wolfed OlNo I dry salt J Yltd5 Hull V C 5 UmlihkliiH 40 iJ jTAwoaPrimecitys Qouutry 1iWoodKUuwaahny medium 16 t 17 Waxhedlobg 21fc6v 22 22 M 2G FEATHERS + Geeset new nearly white 42 r grayto Average 84 Q 40 Duet colored to wblte J8 ItY BChicken white nc quilla 15 Turkey bwly dry 12 IK Repair That Loom 1 fashioneup Collegeisfiudiugof fireside industry which may bring manyhonues wellwovenlinen6O cents llnsey 50 cents well matched bod coverlets 4 to 6 dyes not accepted proferred Fariufonintbntllthlraw losrrniKE I1hauftIFat rod Notice I have lit iny pliiic two mil a ouil of Hrrni our truly horse nltont 15 INIKN high rotor ItHy whit flee onleftftJ W BRATCIIER TO THE DEAFArich lady retell of her DiMifnrH aid Noises in the Heed by Dr Nit holHons Artificial Ear Donna guvii 25NX to his Just lull PO that deaf Moplu unable to pnvuru the Ear Dninm may have them free Adds MN No 13M The NicholHOii liiNtitute 780 Eighth Ave QIIII New York 620 02 STATE OF KENTUCKY l MAfJlllU Co Personally appeared before uie this day S C Ma onngont for Be roa College a resident of Bores Madison County Ky who states that four hogs were taken uti by him as strays on IIIH preinises on Saturday Juno 221901 thut ho has not chang ed defaced or tutored any marks or brands on tho animals S C MASON Subscribed to and swore to before me bf S C Mason this Juno 25th 1JOl J L OAT J P M Co Personally appeared George IIofT man who states that the above strays will weigh 50 IIIeach and tho four aro worth ten dollars Threeof them aro black anti the other is black and red spotted There are no marks on tho cars GKO HOFFMAN Suhlllrihednoel sworn to before me by Goo Hoffman this Juno 25 1901 J L OAT J P M Co BUY THE E SEWING MACHINE Do not bo who advertise a fCOOO Sowing Machine for Thlaklndofarnnclllnocanbebought dealer front f1500 to f1800 WE MAKE A VARIETY THE NEW HOME IS THE BEST Tim Feed determines the strength or ThuDouble olllethoWnto fOr CIRCULARS dlrfcrentewing Mncbineayro irxanuDicturunuJ pried bcfuropurcluulog THE NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE GO ORANGE MAIM Union ft N Y Chicago III Atlanta GIL- HL IouUMX lkilUuTexHnn KrancUco Cat FOR SALE ar SIS JO d CO Nichollsrllle Ky Hand Forged Razor Steel BI adesUIIANTtU KnJ ui 213 tent naps tin WI will mall you a knife thevinrt nUwnlttiiA picture It hall 2 bladen sad retell rneralljr al 71 cU but to get you to Try them wt will ncml you one tor lscte or I oIIn oUP IIon 0 0 HI iK iiiin We I mall her a lair ol 7iI itch razor steel lor CO rl- lIr notwo 1ct clamps We have an 80 page- 1II1Ilralld I 0eAdriuI For light running long time wear and thorough construction as v ell as moderate price the WEBERstands at the top of all Wagons BICKNELL EARLY Chicago College 01 Dental Surgery DetUI DcauteMt at Lake FoftJt Uilunllr Twentieth Annual Course litIB01endlaRor ttalogue giving full informtlna All work end oe laJ makes lll a bookdullDRTRUMANWaR01rMYDeanotednemalwutenrydaocll KELLOGG WITH EN BURY Wholesale GrocersIr- vine St Richmond Ky A full Wine of Staple Groceries carried at all times Mail and Phone Orders receive prompt shipment COOL CLOTHES 1 1 Splendid assortment of Stylish Flannel Suits Skeleton Serge Silk Lustre and Alpaca Coatsjust the things to keep you cool onhot days and priced so you can save And youll find in our store the largest and most uptodate lines of Neckwear Shirts Suspenders Belts Gloves Hos iery Hats Shoes and everything else needful to clothe a man in best style from head to foot Priced so you will come back again COVINGTON BANKS A Richmond Ky Fine Stock of Ladies and Mens Trunks Boys Suit Cases etc Guaranteed Salary 900 Yearly Men and women of goal aiMrcw to rcprescn forhardunliiry giiaranteoil yearly extra commliolntm Cud eatablihelhnuceallllIIlIrlluromuSTAFFOKU IUKSM S3 Church St New Hnvtn Con n 926 E B McCOY Dentist Berea Kentucky Attention Kentucky Teachers r The Fountain Pen is a neced City for every teacher who wishes to save time The best pen made is the Parker JolDtless Fountain Pen It positively has NO EQUAL You can order it by mail row College Book Store Every pen WARRANTED and can either be exchanged or satisfactoryWrite for Books and Stationary promptly filled Perry F Shrook area Ky June2919- 01Fine Stationery Cheap You will do well to lay in a supply of Fine Writing Pa youleaveCALL AND SEE OUR STOCK AND PRICESI Students Job Print Ky A handful of glasses will not help your eyesight If you wear them all unless your vision has been properly tested and the right Ions fitted That Is just where the skill ofran cptlclan comes to your aid If I test your eyes you will be sure of getting the right glass es and will have pleasure and satisfaction In wearing them FREE T A ROBINSONSWelch Block Berea Ky Three Years in Richmond And out of all tho sots of tooth r that have boon made at my office T if there is one set or sup sets that show any defects I will make a new sot free We are making thee best set of tooth in tho world for 750 and if detects show in 3ve years we give you a new sot free r This applies to all the tooth I have made or am going to make r the best alloy fills in tho world at 76 coats Building next door to Gov L eminent BuildingaRichmond Kentucky Reference Richmond National Bank Special Price to Students JUNE FURNITURE SALE lT- w It will be to your interest to inspect our stock before your buy We have the goods and will certainly meet your views as to prices and4CouchesFurniture Line Great Sale on and for Cash rWenul inspect before making purchaso- sUNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY ft KyNightSHOE BARGAINSATURDAY DOUGLAS BROS Richmond EXAMINATION DfnSjjPermanently RNNN a = Mens Tan Shoes 500 Shoes for 350 f 400 41 41 300 350 41 II 200I300II 41J75 MensBlackBoxCalfBlucher going now at 250 i icyc e Come early and get your size Only a lim lied quantity on hand uIBerea College Fall Term opens Sept 11 1901 t 6 THE CITIZEN A Weekly Newspaper BEREA KENTUCKY OUR PLATFORM This paper aims to bring the best reading to every fire side Reading is a great thing but it makes a big difference what you read TilE CITIZEN brings first of 111 the newsnot every tale f crime or horror but the im jortant newsthe news from Washington and the State capital from our soldiers in t far off islands from our neigh bors everywhere For the young folks we have a story and a Bible lesson for house wives a few new ideas each week which should lighten their labors for the farmer some valuable hints which will help him to make more from his land and cattle We propose to get the best ideas that can be found on all such practical and important matters and pass them around among our readers The resources of Berea College are not for its students alone The editor of this paper can at anytime step into the largest Col= lege library in the State and he has engaged several of the most distinguished instructors in the College to take charge of special departments in the paper Those who are visited by THE CITIZEN will know what is going on in the world Everyweek it will tell them somethingworth knowing THE CITIZEN is pledged to nc party It is every mans friend It stands for the things which benefit all temperance thrift kindness enterprise and education And we ask all who believe in these things to subscribe for THE C ITIZEH Madison County Tho barn of Brutus White on the Burnes Mill pike was struck by lightning Thursday night and burned to the ground The Blue Grass Grocery of Rich mood is to have a now manager Mr S E Lnndert who held that position having resigned Mucuidmnagp to stock Andcrops was dome Thursday night by the electrical storm Duvid Dunn lost two fine steers by lightning Saturday the Court of Appeals c granted Dock Gentry a new trial Gentry was recently sentenced to the penitentiary by the Circuit Court for assult aUlIrape About twenty white teachers were examined for certificates last Friday and Saturday The papers have not yet been returned so we can not report succtsllfulcandicates Martin Gentry of Ricmoud deputy sheriff of the county and Miss Emma Griustead of Waco were married r Thursday last at the residence of Rev H G Turner of Richmond By tin agreement of Committee it is ordered that a Primary Election be held ut the following voting places Berea Clay aud Duucannon on Sat urday August 3 1901 between the hours of 12 m and 6 p m for the purpose of uominutirg Republican candidates for the offices of Justice a of the Peace and Constable in Glade Magisterial District to be voted for at thu November Election 1901 W R Gnbbard Berea Com Robert White Duncannon C H Blythe Clay Dedication Service The First Baptist Church of Berea will dedicate their house of worship Sunday July 7 1901 Tho dedication sermon will be preached at 11 a m by Dr J G Bow of Louisville Ky Night ser vice at 715 by Dr Bow f On Monday at 3 p m a council will meet by invitation of the church to examine Pastor H F Aulick with view to his ordination berea Won I One of the warmest ball games of the year was played at Lincoln Park last Thursday between our Town Team and thoII East End Stars of Richmond Score 17 to 16 in favor of Berea Our boys went to Rich mond the following Saturday We heard that they were somewhat beaten but have as yet been unable to find out the score f r LOCALS AND PERSONALS Fresh bread at Bicknell Earlys Arthur Yocum is at Chautauqua N YAsk your grocer for Old Time Buh r MealBetter quit loafing while the wife i s hoeingProf Ernest Dodge Is at home for a vacationMrs Smith of McKee was in town this week Mrs S C Mason has returned from Cincinnati Old Time Buhr Meal always on handat J 0 Sharps W T MahatTey has gone to Liv ingston to buy a stave saw Miss Edith Fairchild is with Mr and Mrs E P Fairchild Dont forget the Wednesday night prayer service at the Chapel Harold B Hunting is among the honor men of Yale this year Mrs Amanda Dowden is visiting Mrs Davis near Scaffold Cane spendingherAunt Elsie Ballard is still linger ering hors ancer trouble is worse Mrs R B Woodford is spending a fow days with relatives in Winchester President and Mrs Frost will their vacation in northernMichigan i Misses Nora Burdette and Ruth Todd returned from Oberlin Friday Purity Flour is what it implies Purity At Bicknell Earlys Bena KyGrandma Hart mother of our post master is able to leave her bed occasionally The Senior C E Society gave a social on Ladies Hall lawn Tuesday evening Bread made from Purity Flour is pure and nourishing Bicknell A Earlys Berea Ky Seal your fruit and jelly with Par shin Wax On sale at Bicknell Earlys Berea Ky The Ladies Aid Society holda social tonight at 7 oclock at the residence of Dr Burgess Charlie and John Burdette went tc Lancaster Monday to play ball with Lancaster against Stanford Mrs Southworth and family of Burton Cottage are tenting on Robe Mountain for the summer Selfsealing Fruit Jars stone 01 glass and Jelly Glasses cheap a Bicknell Earleys Berea Ky Miss Nina E Lamson sister ol Mrs L V Dodge who has been teaching in New Mexico arrived Tuesday for a visit to Prof and Mrs DodgeThe Wednesday night prayer meet ing services at the Chapel are very enjoyable and helpful Pastor Bur gess greets everybody with a hearty welcome Mrs Perry Davis whose accident we noted in last weeks issue is recovering nicely but will always be a hopeless cripple- In Announcement of Honors to Yale wen Monday night the name of Harold Bauce Hunting for Philo sophical Orations Misses Ada Bess and Alice Ballard have been visiting relatives in Spring field 0 the past two weeks They returned home Sunday Time moves so silently that we hardly realize its swift passing Only eleven weeks to Wednesday Septem ber 11 end Fall Term opens Owing io the intense heat the boys at work recovering Lincoln Hall have been compelled to quit work during the hottest part of the day Rev Gilbert Walton Superinten dent of Tennessee and Kentucky for the American Missionery Association spent Tuesday and Wednesday here with Rev M K Pasco Dr Burgess will give his third ser mon on Deuteronomy on Sunday morning on The Parting Words of of a Great Leader or Life Regulated by Great Principles Patriotic Service at the Church of Christ next Sunday evening at 730 oclock Stereoptican Lecture by Dr Burgess on National Greatness All invited Good music Dr Burgess addressed the Congregational Union ot Cincinnati at their annual meeting in the Columbia Church the evening of June 20 on II Our Southern Pilgrim Fathers Mrs Ida Q Gardiner a sister of Mrs S C Mason and daughter Joyce of Manhattan Kas and Miss Josephine Perry of Oklahoma are here for au extended visit to Prof and Mrs Mason Mr Eb Spink and daughter Miss Fav tChandlerville Ill who have been visiting the PanAmerican Ex position at Buffalo have joined Mrs Spink and children who are visiting Mark L Spink and family APPEAL FOR AID Governor White Asks Help For Flood Victims EXTENT OF DAMAGE NOT YET KNOWN Governor Nash of Ohio Wires nn Offer of A slntHDce Later Report hcw Hint First Rutimatra of Lou of Urn Were KxiiKKcrated Nutra of Stomas lu Various Places Charleston W Va Juno 25Roports from the flooded territory continue In most annoylngcontraJIctlon there being no definite estimate either as to loss of life and property Governor White and Adjutant Gen oral Baker aro both here and although no demand has been made on them for troops either on Account ot the miners strike or to prevent loot Ing In the stormstricken district they are both considering that suh governorstleft for tho Pocahontas district to 01 amine Into conditions Upon the report ho makes all will depend It Is the general opinion that tile effect ot the calamity will be to quiet the miners It Is almost Impossible to get communication through from this point Tho receipt of a telegram from Governor Nash offering aid and extending sympathy was appreciated Governor White la In receipt of a great number of telegrams from news papers and persons out of tho state offering to eXtend aid but can do nothing In that line until he receives more definite Information lie has no Idea of the extent of the disaster but has Issued an appeal to the people ot the state for aid for flood sufferers lie also sent a message of thanks to Governor Nash of Ohio for his offer First Report Scaled Down Blueflelds W Va June 2G1t Is extremely difficult to determine the exact situation of the flood Wires are open to Ennis W Va which 1s practically the mouth of the devastated section At Ennls the depot and postofllco were washed completely away and miles of track torn up No trains are going further west than Ennls Estimated damage to property Is 11000000 though this does not Include the loss sustained In loss of revenue The entire property loss is estl mated at between 12000000 and 3000000 The first reports that 200 lives lost were exaggerated but officials estimate that the numbers ot lives lost by the flood will aggregate 75 It Is reported that there Is great suffering In the coal fields twothirds of the miners being homeless No trains are expected to enter the fields for three or four days Cant Get Reliable News Roanoke Va June 25 It is bo aretof Saturdays flood The town of Key stone while much damaged Is ant wiped out as reported No definite estimate of the property loss has beer made either by coal operators or the railroad of lals The loss is how ever far up In the thousands No reliable news has been received from the coal fields as wires are still down and there la no communication Estimates of 200 or more lives are cer tainly too great Railroad lose will reach J500000 Men and material are being hurried to the fields from allover the line Northwest Drenched Minneapolis June 25 Reports were received here of heavy storms In all directions At Spearflah 8 D 200 sheep were killed by hall At Du luth heavy rain tell and several wash outs on railroads are reported Val ley City N D had a severe storm lightning doing great damage At Ada Minn rain greatly damaged crops A terrific wind storm pUlled over the district around BosdevalD Manitoba badly damaging crops Wisconsin Storm Ashland WIs June 25 During the worst rain and electrical storm which has visited this section In years light nlng struck the Ashland cigar and tobacco manufactory causing damage- to the extent of 15000 Thirty em ployes were knocked from their seats Mrs A Johnson a resident was struck by lightning while holding her baby She may die but the child was sot Injured Train Turned Over Ptttsburg June 26By the wreck Ing of train No 23 northbound on the Plttsburg and Lake Erie railroad at Monaca 2G miles from this city two persons are dead three fatally Injured and 40 others more or less seriously hurt The wrecked train was composed of two baggage cars two day coaches and one parlor car In charge of Conductor F L Murray and carried between 125 and 150 passengers General Wood III Havana June 25The condition ot General Wood who for several days has been suffering an attack of la grippe and malarial fever which did not Interrupt his official duties le somewhat worse His fever Is consld erably higher and be has been forced to take to his bed Surgeon Major lIavard the generals physician has advised absolute rest until the fever subsides Soldiers Son Suicided Columbia S C June 22J Frank Clayburn 25 son of the late Colonel Clayburn of Lancaster commander or the Twelfth South Carolina volun teems committed uiclde by shooting after going to the Confederate sol Hera lot In Elmwood cemetery No ciao U kaowa ROUTED THR MARSHALS Strikers Had Pitched Battle WIU i Posse and Put It to Flight Huntington W Va June 2tDep uty United States marshals under the leadership of A C Hufford started from Bluefleld to reach the scone ot the miners riots When they arrived within 20 miles of Thacker they fount they could proceed no further by ran on account of the flood ao they struck out across the mountains Striker followed well armed and on all sides could be heard the cry Down with government by Injunction When the posse attempted to serve the Injunc tlon at Tbacker a mob followed enraged at the sweeping character or the Injunction One reckless man fired a shot and quick as lightning the mountain aides echoed with the crack of 20 or 30 rifles The deputies were forced to take refuge In High and then barely escaped The situation Is assuming a serious aspect Sheriff Hatfleld has with drawn his deputies because It la said he does not believe lathe policy being used to put down the strike The United States marshals have been left alone and after being chased from the fields It la believed they will be strongly reinforced when they again appear to enforce injunction Strikers almost 1000 strong have crossed over Into Kentucky and are occupying the mountain paaaes where they are out ot reach of the deputy marshals and command the entrance to tho collieries The strikers have nothing but hatred and contempt for the marshals and It Is said they are determlntd to Ignore the Injunction Fatal Flat Fight New Orleans June nWalter Selph a young drummer son of Colonel Dudley Selpb state Inspector or rifle practice and former rifle cham pion was killed In a prizefight at Au dubon park lie and a young man named L U Bailey had a quarrel at a military ball and agreed to fight It out with bare fists They bad no sec onds and pounded each other until Selph fell from a blow which broke his neck Bailey was arrested and said ho did not know how the fatal result came about lie did not know Selph was dead and made no attempt to escape Crazed by Ovtratudy Boston June 26 Richard Fried man 25 shot and killed his slater Rosa 21 attempted to kill his slater Helen 17 and then shot and killed himself on a crowded West End thoroughfare lie aimed at his heart but the first shot missed a vital spot The second reached the heart and caused death Friedman had just finished a course at Harvard dental college In sanity caused by overatudy and 111 ness Is declared to be the cause Banker Suicided Melbourne Fla June 20J H Phillips president of the Melbourne State bank of this city committed sul clde at the Riverside House by cut ting his throat with a razor He was one of the wealthiest men In this section The affairs of the bank are said to be In good condition Mr Phillips bad been suffering to some extent from melancholia recently and It la supposed took his life during a moment of temporary Insanity Booming General Thomas Indianapolis June 20 Adjutant General Smock of the Indiana Grand Army reports a movement In the In diana department Of the order to elect General Thomas J Stewart of Penn sylvania Commanderinchief of the Grand Army The movement In this state la regarded with significance in other states from the fact that Indiana Is among the four states having the largest number of votes In the na Lions raoampment Btardon Acquitted Kansas City June 21A verdict ol acquittal was brought In In the cue of M P Beardon a former Bonner Spring Kan postmaster Ha was tried on a charge of having written to Frank Warner a Bonner Springs banker a letter threatening tp J low up bla house with dnamlte unless the banker placed 11000 In gold at a des- Ignated spot Acquitted the Boys Wlnfleld Kan June 22The jury In the case of Charles Betta 13 charged with killing C L Wlltberger a farmer for his money returned a verdict of not guilty Wlltberger was shot from behind April 18 while returning from town after having sold a load ot grain The jury was out 30 hours Denied by Bryan Atlanta June f0The Atlanta Constitution In response to a telegram of Inquiry received a dispatch from Wil liam J Bryan denying that he was amllated with the third party movement Mr Bryan telegram read Telegram received No truth In r port Dr Scnley Recovers New York June 20Dr Wlnfleld Scott Schley who for many weeks has suffered from blood poisoning In Bt Lukes hospital with which he U connected has recovered and Is now up and attending to his duties at the hospital He la a son of Rear Ad miral Sehlejr peclilSaeion For Texas Austin Tex June 22 Governor Bayres called a special session of the legislature for Aug 6 to pass general appropriation bills and to redistrict the state Into congressional district and to consider such other subjects as may come before It Murdered His Mother Wayne Mich June 25 Rolls Spears who has spells of Insanity as saulted his mother Mrs Hegglnson with a knife until her body waa amass ol cuta She died sad Spears was takam to M aajrkua ADKLDtittT MAY DICAD TelL kTrosa a Talrd Story Window tad instantly Killed New Haven Conn June 2tAdel bert 8 Hay sod of Secretary of State John Hay tell from a third story Window of the New Haven House where he was topping and was instantly killed A laborer on the street saw him fall and he was given imme dlate attention but was dead before he was carried Into the hotel Adelbert Stone Hay was former consul of the United Status In Pre toria South Africa and eldest sun of Secretary of State John Hay Ho was a graduate of Yale class of 98 aud Ills death occurred on the eve of the university commencement which brought him here and fn which by virtue of his class office he would have been one of the leaders lie Ml South Africa last November and returned to the United States by way ot London Soon after reaching Wash Ington he tendered hie resignation aa consul at Pretoria It was an capon siva post In a year bet spent his fathers salary and his own Since his resignation Mr Hay had entered Into no regular employment though he had devoted himself lu part to assisting In the conduct of his fathers personal business However he bad been offered and bad accepted the position of assistant secretary to tho president a place now held by Major Pruden who has been made a paymaster In the United States army and Is now under orders to report to the paymaster general Jan 1 when Mr Hay was to have succeeded him New Haven Conn June 25The lion John Hay with Mrs Hay true Misses liar his daughters and Clar ence Hay his son left hero with the remains of Adelbert S Hay for Cleveland 0 In two private cars a draw lag room In which was the family and a combination buffet parlor car on the floor of which the casket rested Tho party will reach Cleveland Tuesday at 230 and go at once to the Lake view cemetery In the chapel of which will be held the last rites Distribution of Seeds Washington June 20 Under the organization of the plant Industry work of the department of agriculture In one bureau under Dr Galloway aa director a more comprehensive plan for the distribution of seeds and plants la being arranged Especial at tention will be given few promising interests until they are entirely estab llabcd These Include rice wheat suit able for making macaroni the date palm Cotton tobacco pistachio nuts Dutch bulbs and foreign plants Thu young palm trees which recently were transplanted to this country and mM out at Phoenix A T are reported to be prospering giving reason to hope that a new Industry In the arid south west has been discovered Fully 40 000 pounds ot selected cotton seed will be distributed next year and a quantity of these seed of especial variety will be Imported from Egypt It Is also announced that double the usual quantity of vegetable seed will be distributed to congressmen In 1902 Agonclllo Quits Europe Paris June 22 Agonclllo the Eu ropean representative of Agulnaldo has given up his apartments here Ho left a week ago for Marseilles It Is said he Is returning to him own coun try Agonclllo has been Inoperative In Parts for a month lie was seen recently and admitted that be received little news from the Philippine lie had asked his principals to be allowed to return to Hongkong on private bus Incaa He regarded ht presence In Europe u useless He lived very quietly here and seldom left his apart meats Railroad to Cross Shiloh Memphis June 21A new railroad 20 mile la length is to b built from Cortath Miss to Hamburg Tenn It la to be called the Greenville Nub YUle and Chattanooga railroad and will be oae of the most Important feeders of the Southern railroad and the Mobile and Ohio The road wUl cross the battlefield of Shilo- bHrua Have La Grippe New York June 22 According to Superintendent Hankla of tho loci ety for the prevention of cruelty to BB Imals a new disease similar to la grippe appeared among horses here and ms rapidly killing them The dl ease wu lint discovered June 15 and from reports abaUted by the leading veterinary surgeons 10000 hoses are saXstlag from It General Nugent Dead New York June 21 General Robert Nugent 78 died at hte home In Brooklyn as a result of a bullet wound In the stomach received at tile battle of Fredericksburg Va Dec 13 18d2 While ho was charging at the bead of Meagber Irish brigade This wound troubled General Nugent ever since Four Live Perished Roger Tex June 22Mrs Miley Calhoun and her three children were burned to death by explosion of kero gene can with which Mrs Calhoun was filling a lamp One of the children struck a match causing tho explosion Mr Calhoun teas also badly burned Pork Packing Plant Burned Buffalo June 24The pork packing plant of Kllnck Brothers was destroyed by Ire The estimated value of stock and machinery Is nearly 100 000 Damage to buildings office fur niture etc apart from the stock Is about 140000 Would Not Face Disgrace San Francisco June 22Dr Victor Popper of this city committed suicide by taking carbolic acid just after be- Ing arrested on the charge of having caused the death of Miss Violet Van Oraura ot Qhlco who died at the re- M ag Magtlt I THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON XIII SECOND QUARTER IN TERNATIONAL SERIES JUNE 3D- tTxt of tk Lu Comprekenilr Quftrlvrlr llevlfw 41olilrn Teat I rCur vl 111 uuuuntsrr Prepared l r ib Rr II M Strum OupjtlgU tan bjr Anwrinn 1rnM Auorlillon J LESSON Ilbu resurrection ut Jraui Iuku xilv 112 Golden Text I Cur xv W Now Ii Christ rlou from the dead The only way of i vaco anti Joy and victory U faith lu Owl bullurlUK Jut what lie says and that lltt uivaua what Ho says It the women had lw lien Ills word they would not have brought spices to aimlut a di ad body on the third day but would have looked fur a rlsiii Christ If the a oalUii hail In llered Ilia words the report brought to them of lllr resurrection would out have- ecemtdau Idle tale LKMOK UJiHU appear to Mary John zx 11 18 Ooldeu Text lUv I IS llrhold I am allru for evermore Unbrllef bring morrow and tears and blluduem and keeps us from reroKulsiuic the irtiwnci of the Lori and makes UK think that It It another when It II Himself Yt t Ho loves HU poor tinbvllevlnir outsi and taken them to HU heart and iay an He point them to heaven My Father and your Father uiy God and your lOt- IItutI lllfbe walk to Immam Luke xxlr 1333 Ooldtn Text Luke xilv S2 Did out our Inart buru within ui while He talked with ua by the way r lien are still other sorrowful mud blind ed one lecausu they were slow to U love all that Will written but Jesus felt orry for tbem mud out of the Sorl turra told them of Hlmnelf mad revealed Him self to them lu the breaking of bread mud they alto became Oiled with comfort and a desire to tell others aa He talked with thrm IOUMOX IV Jeiui sprats to the ape the John xx 102U Golden TelllJohn xx tt nleased are they that not wen anti yet bare Mlered Sued 1 ones gathered lu unbelief concerning HU resurrection but loved by Him and pit led aud He luddeuly apixar lu their midst with the word Peace be uutu you A week later Thorns Mill unbo Ilivluir U pn +rut silO mad when be area he too bflleve and the wont of the KolJiU text an addremml to him and through him to all doubting unbelieving cues Ialth honor Gal but unbelief greatly grieve Htm- Irseox V Jesus and 1eter John xxl 1522 Ooldeu Text Johu xxl 17 Loy est thou MeT Sometime the great trouble b unbelief ntlllUllltlltlllll II U self confidence which often develops lute cowardice Ielera thnvfold denial need ed the Ixanla threefold question and command and exhortation not to think of nor kc other but Jut to follow Jesus never afar off any mow but henceforth always fully IrMOX tIThe great comml lou Math xxrlll 111206 Ootden Test Math xxrlll 0 Io I ate with you at ways even uuto the end ikf the worM Unless we are guileful enough lu Him for Jilt lore to ut at to draiN above all tbluK to make Him known In others specially to those who never heard of Him we ate not loving Him at wr should All who have received the gospel have Ixtu put In trod with the gwpri- for the benefit of those who never heard It and we are to eak It not II plcatlnc men but fllMl who trlvlh our hearts H Theno II 0- IEKM N 111JMIIe atcend Into hear rii Iuke xxlr 44B3 Act I 1UI Golden Text Luke axle 61 While lie bhms eil them He was partetl from them and rarrlml up Ito heaven lit had ap pcam l Unto them many times at least 10 or 12 rvtatillnhlng HU yaurrrctlon by many Infallible proofs and peaking of the kingdom of led yet to tNlltt up on the earth anti now It vUlbly ascends from the Mount of Olives bleating them u lIe gas having told them that they are to bo HU wltnente lot they mutt tarry In Jerusalem until lit shall have endued them with tower from heaven even with the Holy Kplrlt- IEMOX VIIIltie Holy Spirit given Acta II 111 Golden Text John 13 When He the Spirit of Truth nIcome He will guide you Into all While they were gathered together expecting from day to day after ten days the Spirit came III tongues of lire and filled each of them anti ipake through them the wonderful works of God and II Peter spoke to them the Spirit convluVeil there of their sin lu crucifying Christ and led 3000 of them to accept Him ms the Messiah and their Havlour- IMSOJI IX Jeiui our High Prleit In I heaven Heb II 11 H 24S Golden Text Heb vii 23 He ever llveth to make intercession He gave evidence by the descent of the Spirit that He wasIIo heaven and by the two men In appai He had attured them that lieiwould come again anti In this lesson IUdIIn nom Till 31 we art told what He la doing In heaven while HU redeemed are HU witnesses on the earth lie It caring for us and keeping us and la over beftlrtlIGal for ui stud wo way continue mines knowing that we are accepted lu Him and Hu U aeelug to all that con corn ui Hu In heaven for ur we on earth for Him Laos XJllu appear to Batil Acts xxll IMO Golden Text Acts Sxvl 10 I was not disobedient unto the heavenly vision He was seen by three men after HU aiceuilon Htephen and Saul anti John Saul converted by see Ing Jesus In glory and hearing III voice aa all Israel will be converted at ills coming In glory became tho great apes tie to the gentiles aa Israel saved will be HU messengers to all nations by anti by LEMON XI Jeaua appears to John Rev I 020 Golden Text Heb xlll IJeans Christ the same yesterday end today and forever Although this was GO years or more after Ills aacehalon lie lays the same loving hand upon JIB dear servant and has the same kind Fear not with which to comfort himIsad to this day He has not changed la tho wry same Jesus Perhaps when we leo hull It pill be aa Ho appeared to John LESSOJT XIIA new heavep and a sew earth Rev xxl 17 2227 Golden J Text Her xII 7 He that nrercometh Hhall Inherit all thing and I will be his God and he shall be My ion All the millennial glory and all the glory of the new heaven and earth all the glory that the Father has given to the Sonall Ist sours In Him John xvll 22 1 Cor III 21 but we do not seem to believe it If we did would we not be more weaned from these present things and more wholly given np to Him for HIs aerrlcB Ud the agave elills u rt A Problem in Arithmetic Berea 18 not a moneymaking Insti tutioD It 118 tho services of all its tcachera It charges only au lie dental fee to help pay for sweeping and tho school rooms etc The Hospital feo insure iiiru in Nut sickness HO tint you Wo safer In roa thin at hotu l- And thou you must lire at Herea you hive to int eviii if 011 Hliiy at hoinut You nuiy hoard yourself miller iroxjr regulations Ixuird in fapprovttd fiiinllicH in Ileum or Itoard tit Ctttt Collegia ImildliiLs Tlu items urn Ixlow and should bu eIlJItclalIonu inonthH board unmt ho paid in tilranct 2 Fuel will lx W itMilH more in the 21 StudrntsbelnwUraulnutrscIualls- pay only tltO for incidental fro I ShlilontAl1I A AOnunmarHiid low hate fret last iKwkt fi Students bring their own Ixd ding lull towt IH 0 If you get any work to do for IhoCollegnyoii are paid at thu end of each in credit on school expenses 7 They cltnl lead you nionuy hilt the Treiisutr mid every teacher will lit your frlftut- Necessary Expenses for Term 12 Weeks It Met to have a llltln eiln money Inr latUIXUMU And other thing nut Itie ntceuanr iiiviiiiri ire only u lullowi To 4 t Ihuant17i- anwAa ijtuin il A it run BrhnolflnrMrnUl Xie MM 1 ro- E JS zNIulrlcboutIwur tat tCu Kr J IHIHXII I 00 I ro Hiitn itnYtiUtilrrtr 2 uo 10Furl nIIIII 3 do I oa 60Il Uring Ti i8MyIdurlna the term uMllriliinlnr 500 Hr lmilli fcl Mo HmnI to OO b ro- I jN 7A 2M 76 Kr Irprlt rnunint I 00 I 00 Ttftl KiH n e II Vrrh aft 71 tft 1ft rat Ihiwx Uluw A llnmuurilnluia lk ti hw LIokandli fnnn liirliivnUl fro iMkln ttiu total onlr sm1tWbMi rorh urtv tl on uralrltnnnbwhrOOUI tucking tho total only BSI7S centterrrIU who brnt Iba01 ra prn4 at apenaThr fw hIr pun bft n tr Kill it trm f MhiMil which will hagehalo lf for ho 111rt- eawrtl AaooItT run ASK You GROCER FOR mm a I CREAM OF WHEAT a n1AkPAUT Matt CftiAM or MHIAT Ce MinNCeouaMina IIICKRELL A EARLY Berea Ky Holhrt Trail of Siinpxoit county while linrnrHsing n mills Mondaj morning Iwcatnn imtanglnd in tin burnt utand wax dragged to death Thu total amount of taxis to In JIartlmIn I JilTerHOn county will ImO to pay f IJtIUII ollorourth of the taxes of the alab+ MAtboiiK ii gl1I manifest I by the houwwIveH of Bereu against tlm inilifcriininiitn running uf HWUO in our htreeln unit wo notice that the swiiiti am Dryer than they I wero Several of tliem have KOIHI to the pound mid ant lit I lJttiHIII for Halo If tho women KL hold of this busi tress till town will Iw cleared up A umnlor enterprising matrons especially UIONO who keep student boarder have organized it kind of club Hocioty with Mrs Ifautsuyits President which will atet tach Mon day evening in out Nichols house nut study various housekeeping lopicn A little confertMico of this kind will en able our bousekecperH to manage itbeir boarders with greater patidfau Him to tliemsulvpH nut tbo young peo Mlle I rtiledTwo hadliA contended forprecedenct 1 In tho court of Charles V They ap pealed to tho monarch who like Solo iiuon awarded Let the eldest go first t Such a dispute wu never known after wardIn fourteenth century the slaugh tor of women nod children utter a town or castlo had been taken by storm lvaa ono of tho most common occur rouces of war- Thetrooater makes twothirds of tho two doea all the work W Kateh L RELIGIOUS THOUGHT arm Gleaned From the Tracking al All Denomination I think one trouble with the church today Is that nods people do not pray for herRev Dr A It Holdcrby Moore Memorial church Atlanta The Claim of the Ioor The poor have many wants The hun gry thu sick the homeless the aged the blind are with us everywhere They hMO n claim upon itsIlev J It A Vaughn Methodist Bt Louis A Great Danger There Is a danger to character In tin false values of life the exaggerate Ilea of material things the Increasluf absence of the supernatural Rlgh Itev Mgr Thomas J County Catholic Washington self ICiamlaatloa Self examination Is the act by which man Inspects himself to see whether Or not he Is In agreement with the will of Clod It Is an exercise most tit portent nod fraught with largest re suits Rev H II Werleln Metbo dint Kansas City Cloila House The homes of lods people are dear to him hilt the homes have to do with the body nod teniH ral things chiefly while the churches have to do with the soul and eternal things chiefly This is Infinitely higher and more lulrrtnnt work than till otherHevI C Carle tOil llaptlst 8t Louis The Flag With the Crom Just beneath the cross of Christ ev cry American citizen should hang his countrys ting and every child trout ocean to ocean should be taught that that ling Is Ihe glorious emblem ol swiet liberty for which his fa then have hhdIlev Dr Henry A Brows KplHcopnllnn Sail Francisco KipedlenrrB IJllreExpediency Policy What Injustice III covered by thy somber clunk The Influence of the crowd Is tie Influence which unmakes and demoralizes men today Our modern life Is the life ol tho crowd and the Individual seems to ho losing bis Identity Rev H Dclau try Towmteud Episcopalian New York Life 1 a SlroBBle Life lx a struggle and the Christian life N no exception although It may differ In UN nature Saturn has erected In this world great walls to hinder us In our pn ress These must he batter ed down before we can reach the cita del of our holy ambition Rev Dr George 8 M Doremus Presbyterian Philadelphia Immortality We none of us believe In Immortality much The words we use express a great deal more than our grasp U equal to We can no taste comprehend It unit n little child can comprehend the ocean whoa he wades cautiously about where the water slides upon the beach Rev Dr Charles II Parkhurst Pres byterian New York The Oocpel the source or Good There Is nut it country In the world where n much Is dono III the way of edticntlun reform and philanthropy as In our own iountry mid we Want to see these good things multiply Rut we must not lost sight of till fact that the mainspring of It all U III the gospel Rev Frederick II Hopkins Congre gallonalUt Chicago our Conntrrv Nerd We nerd more young men who can endure being called milksops rather than yield to tho wrong that promises them pleasure Wo need more states men who would rather lose an election than forfeit Gals smile of approval Wo need more busluess men who would rather fall than put n dirty dol Inr Into their pockets Rev Frank M Uoodchlld Baptist New York The Demand of the Time The world stones Its prophets and crucifies Its saviors and then suc ceeding ages build monuments to their memory The demand of the times Is for cross hearers for men who will scum delights and live laborious days who will bare their backs to tie lash of the victors and then go forth iKarlng their Cro IlISItev Frank U Terrell Christian Church 8t LouisA ChrlilUn VlewHof Marriage TIll whole matter of marriage must be studied more from the Christian standpoint Too many are quickly and poorly married Too many resort to the courts to secure divorces Except the home Is built on love and kindred tastes ami as the Bible states In the lord It will never bo what It should be In this world a fragment of heaven Rev James W Flflcld Congregationalist Chicago Chrlit Cenlth There Is a suggestive fact In the ma terial world Wlru thu stiu III Imme thatch overhead It casts no shadow So when Christ attains the cotiftb In our lives when he soars to the me ridian tills our sky shines his rays tows vertically Into our hearts and we walk In Ids clear unobstructed light then we have uudlmmed sunshine and the days are full of brightness Rev James Young Fair Presbyterian Sa vaunaliChrUtlanltr Tetedt Tune Christianity has stood the test of 1000 years It has lived among ad verse forces governmental comufer cia I social nail Intellectual It hiss fought Its battles It has hind Its ap parent defeats but has arisen purer mid more powerful with each succeed lug epoch It has a firmer grip upon the thought of the world today than ever In Its history The great ethical teachers have taken their stand squarely upon tho fundamental ChriUua- platformuunehy the necessity of In dividual regeneration and an Impera tive foclal obligation and they art fno to assert that Christianity till trans forming element which Is to make pos sible the individual and social Ideal OCT Walter Galley Bantlat Boatoa MALCOM KIRK A Tale of Moral Heroism In Overcoming the World BY CHARLES M SHELDONrAuthor of In Ui Stop Crucifixion of Philip Strong I Robert Hardy a Seven Days copTinnitr 1WM iir TUB DVANCK roniisniNo oo IIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII laurrtt tine try Vermin Ittytr 111111111111111111111111111111111111 11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111Il illllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllli111 IUIIII CIIAPTKH I The senior class In till theological uiiilnnry at Herman had Just hind its picture taken liy till phutdkrapher inn the iiiemhvrM were ntlll Kri U ed about the steps of tho chapel ThereH one thug till photographer forgot said a sleet red faced man whu nttt In till middle of till group lie didnt think to say Look plea ant now If you please Ile didnt need to We nil look no anyhow The man who ajioke sat Immediately behind the first speaker and hud hl humlM on till ollu rit ehuul derm Im sure we dont feel very pleasant I mean wo are lot pleased to think this Is almost the last time we shall be together as n class said a tall delicate plate faced Visit who was standing up at the top of the steps with his hack aKalnxt the door Ho Hjioke lit a quiet low voice and there was it hush after he spoke There III as much sentiment amonit theolotjlc al studeiitH an amoni any average numtter of profesHlotial men In some directions there Is more than among the like number of law or medical stu dentsAfter a moment of silence some one began to ask questions about the fu ture prospects of till clasM Tho red faced Jolly looking young man In the center was going to take a church In northern Vermont The man just hew hind him had received a call ax attaint ant pastor of an Inxtltutlonal church In Philadelphia The delicate featured student up by tho eunuch door was got ing to teach school a year and find a church as soon an ho had paid ort his college dehtM Every member of the class had Hpo ken of lib prospects except one This ono sat on tilt extreme edge of the group as If he had purposely vhotion to IMS as Inconspicuous an possible In the picture A stranger carelessly walking by would have Instantly judg ed him to be the bona blest least In cresting man In the claw lie hind dull brown hair very heavy nut stiff pale blue eyes a rather large mouth the lips of which however were firm and full of character high cheek bones and an unusually high forehead Ills arms nod legs were very long and his general attitude as he wit on the edge of the steps was almost strikingly awkward Heres Kirk hasnt said a worth yet cried the little man who hind tint upokeii What wo you gulag to do KIrk rEvery member of tho class turned and looked at the figure sitting on the edged the group It was noticeable that while several of the claaa smiled at the question What are you going to dot there waa DO disrespect In the stalls and on every mans face was a look of real Interest amounting to an excited curiosity Malcom Kirk smiled slightly as he looked up He did not look at any member of the class In particular but seemed to Include them nil In a friend ly Interest that was affectionate and gentleI know I am waiting for a call Ive had tam and accepted It but I need another before I can go to workEverybody stared The man up by the chapel door hind a look In his eye as It he understood what lark meant but no ouoelse seemed to catch his meaningMy call was from the Lord several years ago I feel perfectly sat hfled with 16 lie wants uio to preach But so far none of the churches netins to agree with him At least tune of them has asked me to preach No Im waiting for my second call Ho spoke without the least touch of Irreverence or even humor The Im llrell loll made on the class was a feel lug of honest perplexity concerning the future prospects of Malcom lark I dont see said the mUll who was to be the assistant pastor of the lash tutlonal church In Philadelphia why Kirk hasnt had a call to a large church We all know he has more brains than all tho rest of us put tow gether I think It Is a shame the churches should pass by such a man and Its easy enough to see the reason Kirk spoke without the shadow of any Irritation In his manner You fellows know as well as I do that brains under hair like mute dont count with the average city congregation lie laughed good naturedly and the class joined htm Then some one said Why dont you dye It black lark I cant afford to he replied gravely That Isnt the only reason I dont get a call Im too awkward In the pulpit Did I tell anybody till lust time I preached In the Third church at Concord I knocked a vase of lowers off the pulpit with my elbow and when It fell on the Iloor It waked up every officer In the church Of course I nev er could expect to get a call from that church Everybody laughed anti Kirk drew one of his feet up under him and smiled a little At the same time no one could detect a trace of 111 humor or lack of seriousness In his tone or manner The first Impression Malcom Kirk made on people was that of downright sincerity The longer people knew him the stron sjerlkto knpKarleltyew TSare noit tog Ydaimedbne of the class after tho laugh subsided I bad a great time two weeks ago when I went up to Manchester to preach I laid my notes down on the desk and there was a strong breeze blowing across the pulpit which stood directly between two open windows and while the anthem was being sung halt my sermon blew out of ono of the win dows Tho congregation was spared just HO much then wasnt It said a man down on the bottom step Accidents will lmpM n to any one said Kirk quietly Hut mine are not accidents theyre habits of life I can overcome them though The churches dont know that so I dont blame them for not giving mo a call Well I think Its a shame as I said time assistant pastor of the Institutional church repeated The churches think more of the way a man dresses and be haves In the pulpit than they do of what he says And they criticise ev erything from his prayers to the polish of Ills butts There was silence again The class bad been over mill that many tines lie fore nod they were practically a unit In their opinion of what the churches seemed to demand In a successful can dilate for a call Finally some one recurred to the class picture again I dont believe Kirks In this pic ture at nil He sat too tar out The photographer kept telling him to more In farther lint I believe he moved out again just at the last minute I only moved ouo of my feet out said Kirk solemnly I thought one of them was enough I didnt want to have to pay extra for more than my share of the photograph Hut we want the whole of you In the picture Kirk said tho man nest to him laying an affectionate hand on Klrks arm The entire class turned again toward the awkward shambling llguro and seemed to repent the gesture of the ono classmate Then the talk drifted back again to the future plans of the members and to serious and hu morous reminiscences of the three years course until one after another writ away and the class group was broken up Into little knots of two and three as the men walked to their rooms or lingered under the great elms arm III arm Kirk and the companion who hind laid his hand on his friends arm re mained a little while on the steps What will you do Klrkr MI think I shall offer myself to the Home Missionary society nut ask them to send me to the hardest place they can find out west somewhere But how about all your scholarship your your ability The other man hesitated for the right word Kirk colored slightly the first Indica thou be had shown of a sensitiveness In that direction I can use anything I know anywhere Preach I must even If I lave The Quinton scholarship it awarded to Malcom Kirk to go Into the streets and speak from tine tall end of a wagon and never have a parish Hut I do want a parish and a people I can love people like everything I feel hungry to have a parish of my own The other man was silent Ho had never felt Just like that but be thought he could understand I hope you will have such a church some time I would like to bo a mom her of It- Thank you Kirk smiled Wilson If you were that church I would have a unanimous call I am sure there Is a work for me somewhere In Gods great world else why did he give me such a passion to speak to men and love them Malcom Kirk looked out across the great seminary campus and spoke with a conscious cry of heart longing The beautiful JOB dQ was Msirly agrr The future for him was as Indefinite and unsettled as any condition can be Yet the strong patient undisturbed realities of his call to preach the gospel were as unmoved as the sky of that lovely June day The light would soon fade out of the heavens but the sky would still remain The next day was commencement at Hcrraon seminary The chapel was filled with a representative congrega tion of Hermon people friends and red atlves of the classes tho trustees anti officers of the seminary and the usual number of undergraduates Before the speaking began the president of the faculty came forward to make the usual list of announcements concerning the annual prizes and schol arshipsIt tho custom at Hermon for the annual announcements to be made at the close of the exercises of commence ment For some reason however this order was changed and the audience listened with unusual Interest to the presidents remarks He had read the names of the win nets In Hebrew and New Testament scholarship and the successful man In the general work of the entire course lIe paused now at the end of the list and then read the last name looking down at the graduating class as bo did so The German scholarship Is awarded to Malcom Kirk of the graduating classThere had been a slight rustling of applause as tho different names were read but when Kirks name was spoken the class applauded vigorously and the clapping extended over the chapel very heartily Kirk sat bolt upright and blushed very red and Wil son who was sitting by him exclaimed In a loud whisper Goods That means 700 and a year abroad Kirk said nothing There was no question he was pleased His lips trembled and he shuttled his feet under the pew and his great bands opened and shut nervously When his turn came to go up on the platform to speak he felt as If his natural awkwardness and shyness had been doubled by the at tentlon directed to him by the winning of the best scholarship In the gift of the seminary The minute be began to speak all this shyness disappeared It was truo Kirk loved to face an audience lie loved people and after the first moment of conscious fright was passed he eagerly entered the true speakers position and enjoyed both the audience and his own effort In addressing It Ills subject was The Business of Preaching What was It How did It differ from oratory What was the object of preaching What were the materials of preaching And so on lie spoke straight on with his heart in what he said It was In the thought of more than one minister In the audience that this man who had won the Ger man scholarship had a remarkably good voice More than one pastor felt like envying the peculiar tone of that voice It had a carrying quality that commanded attention and held it And nearly every man on the seminary faculty was wondering why Kirk had re ceived no call from any church There was no question as to his ability lIe bad both brains and heart It Is true his face and figure were not In his favor Ho was not of the orthodox min isterial cut Ills clothes were not a very good fit But were the churches looking for a fashion plato for an or namental failure behind tho pulpit In the audience that morning there were also two other persons who paid close attention to Kirk while he was speaking One of these was a young man nearly Kirks age with a face and manner that spoke of the most renal tive refined breeding It was the face of a dreamer dark eyes waving dark hair handsome features thin delicate curved lips and the hands of an artist Ills clothes were made of the finest material and bore the stamp of that unconscious gentlemanly feeling which always goes wllth a man who has all his life been used to expensive details As ho sat there listening to Malcom Kirk this morning Francis Raleigh was attracted by the voice of the speaker lIe had listened to the others with a conventional Interest that did not mean anything to him lIe started the moment that Kirk spoke the first word and fastened his look upon him until he was through He then resumed his previous attitude of mild Indifference to the programme The other person who followed Kirks speech with especial Interest was a young woman who sat In that part of the church reserved for the trustees of the seminary and their families It is said that the young women who work In the ultroglycerln and dynamite establishment at Ardeer Scotland have the most perfect complexions In the world owing to the nature of the peculiar materials they handle and breathe It Is very certain that Dorothy Gilbert bad never lived or worked In any more explosive atmosphere than that of her own Intense energy but her face would fairly have rivaled that of any Scotch lass hi Ardeer There was a striking resemblance In many ways to Francis Raleighs beauty It might have been due to the similarity In training and In tastes The New Rag land type of Independent morally calm but thoroughly Interested activity was well represented In Dorothy Gilbert Her father sat beside her a dignified carefully dressed man of 06 Iron gray hair and mustache a successful book publisher with a beautiful home In Hermon and business In Boston Dor othy was the only child at home She had graduated a year before at North hampton and was now taking a special course to music going to the city three days In the week She did not attempt to reason with herself about the Interest she felt In Malcom Kirks appearance Theo logues In general were mildly stupid reateres to her She had been born aM JJ t Y ldanw relaraa the thcologucs as n part of tho fauna and flora of tho town but her Interest jhad never gone any further that that She had met Malcom Kirk several times during his three years course Once she bad sat by him at a dinner given by her father to the class feho had found him an Interesting talker and was surprised when she thought It over afterward Ills homely hair his shyness his remarkable awkwardness had amused her She had laughed a little with her father about something that happened at the table Hut sho could not help listening to him today with added Interest as he went on Was It tho voice There was something I very winning In It There was ti none of the Yankee New England IInIsal tone about It It was full and deep and suggested an organ pipe exactly tuned Like Francis Raleigh she seemed to lose nil vital Interest In the mornings programme when Kirk finished While the next speaker was on tin platform she turned her head to look over the She followed Kirks speech with especial interest chapel and her eyes met those of Fran cis Raleigh He smiled and she returned the smile while a slight color deepened on her face And ho thought to himself It was certainly more Inter eating to glance now and then at a face like Dorothy Gilberts than to stare steadily at a tall solemn young man on the platform who was talking about the Philosophy of the Prophetic Idea and Its evolution In the Old Testament The programme was finished at last and the friends of the graduates lin gered about the platform congratulat ing the different speakers Very many of the visitors came up and warmly greeted Kirk Among them was one alert active middle aged man who said he wanted to see Kirk especially on a matter of Importance So the two went up to Klrks room and the stran gerexplalned his business briefly ITO UE CONTINVEDI Winding Timepiece I have been doing a little figuring on time remarked an erratic citizen yesterday and I have reached sonic rather Interesting conclusions I want ed to find out how much time man consumed In keeping tab on time and I found that If the whole world Is con sidered In the computation years would be crowded Into a second of timeTo Illustrate what I mean take a city where 100000 watches are wound op every day Now It takes probably tan average of 15 seconds to wind a watch It would take then 1500000 seconds to wind 100000 watches This would mean 25000 minutes or 530 hours and 10 minutes or 25 days and 10 hours I suppose there are In the city of New Orleans 100000 watches and clocks to be wound up every day so that nearly a month Is spent in the city every day In winding watches and clocksOne man In n years time would con sume 5475 seconds In winding His watch If he Is prompt about It and Is willing to give 15 seconds every day to this useful article This would mean several hours during every year that he kept up tho practice Allowing 85 years as the average life a man would spend 101525 seconds or 3100 mluutes and 41 seconds or 530 hours and 10 minutes or 22 days and 20 hours In winding his watchNew Orleans TimesDemocrat What She Saw It was at the Normal school that this happened and the class laughed It was a laugh on the teacher too but ho didnt get angry although It did break Into the serious contemplation of serious studies with which he was try Ing to Interest the students It was In the study of psychology and they were discussing what Ideas first entered the human mind when ccr thin words were spoken or written whether the mind thought of one cer tarn object designated by the word or the whole general class which Is em bodied In that word To experiment on this mental phenomenon In order to bring It more clearly to the attention of the students the professor said ho would write a word on the board and then let one of them tell Instantly what Impression was made upon her mind He called upon one of the pupils to be toady to think quickly and tell ex actly what her first thought was after she saw the word which he was about to write lie stood close to the board so that tho word was hidden by his shoulders until ho turned He wrote the word pig and all of tho class saw It except tho girl who was stand Ing ready to make reply When bo turned he didnt get out of her way and she couldnt see the word In reply to his sharp quick question Now what do you see she replied naively see you And the class laughed lX Seatlatl NT H SELLING TO MINORS WIAT A CHICAGO JUDGE SAYS ABOUT IT In SrnlpiirlnMT Three Saloon Keeper Cuuvlvteil of VIolntliiK the Inw In Jhl nIt lit Take tlreRlo to Severelr CrltlcUv Llqnur Trnnio Three saloon keepers In Chicago were found guilty of selling liquor to millortt uUlI the to oivlug Is the uII dress of the jtxlgewo sentcncel thtmil- as reported In the Chicago Trltmnc- Uy the law you may sell to men and women If they will buy Yon have given your bond and paid your license to sell to them and no one has n right to molest you III your legal business No matter what the consequences maybe no matter what poverty and desti tution are produced by your selling ac cording to law you have pall the mon ey for this privilege old you are li censed to pursue your calling no mat ter what families are distracted land rendered miserable no matter what wives are treated with violence what children starve or mourn over the deg radation of a parent your huskiness Is I legalized and no one may Interfere with you In It no matter what mother may agonize over the loss of a son or sister blush for the shame of n brother you have n right to disregard them ull and pursue your legal calling you are licensed You may tit up your lawful plate of hiiNlnesM In the most enticing and captivating form you may furnish It with the most costly rand elegant equip meats for your lawful trade you may till It with the allurements of amuse went you may use nil your arts to In duce visitors you may pklllfully arrange nut expose to view your choicest wines and captivating beverages you may then Induce thirst by all contriv anus to produce n raging appetite for- drink mind then you may supply that appetite to the full because It Is lawful you have pals for It because you have n license You may allow boys almost children to frequent your saloons They may witness the apparent satisfaction with which their seniors quaff the sparkling glass You may be schooling and training them for the period of when they too can participate for all this Is lawful You may hold the cup to their very lips but you must not let them drink that Is unlawful lint while you have nil these privileges for the money you pay this poor privilege of selling to children Is denied you Hero parents have the right to say Leave my son to me until the law gives you the right to destroy him 111 not nnilclrtnto that terrible woii rltt 0bce Iquo j fur Lot Jio- 1uriUiTj nivi luvT ul will 1besoon enough for me for his mother his sister for his friends and for the community to see him take his road to death Give him to us In his childhood at least Let us have a few years of his youth In which we may enjoy his Innocence to repay us In some small degree for the care and love wo have lavished upon him This Is something you who now stand a t prisoner nt the bar have not paid for this Is not embraced In your license For this offense the court sentences you to ten days Imprisonment In the county Jail and that you pay a fine of 75 and costs and that you stand com muted until the fine and costs of this prosecution are paid ilandlcnpTit of labor made public the results of his examination Into the question as to what extent the fact of being a drink ing man born a man from obtaining t employment Circulars of Inquiry were sent to 7000 employing concerns all of which are representative In their lines of liusIncKH There were 0070 replies re ceived Of these fiJKa state that they take tit drink habit Into consideration In 1iiiploylig new men The reason given by most Is that It Is simply a business pncautlon The employer Is liable for damages dune by accident In his establishment and It Is only pru cleartThe reason Is a good one and should be Kinilertd by every worklnguian To have u reputation as a sober man Is distinctly In a mans favor In obtain lug work and fu these days of Intense iompHltlon every man who desires to prosper will see the necessity as n bit it of business prudence for avoiding the drink habit Banner of Gold The Inetirlale Drliinlun Of toll the delusions that beguile the unwary perhaps none Is us frequent or as dangerous us the sweet hallucina tion of the Inebriate that he can drink or let It alone On other subjects he may be fairly logical amid seem possess ed or a reasonable degree of Intelli gence but on this one proposition both reason nut common sense appear to bo lu n perpetual condition of total eclipse A demand for Intoxicants Is the court trolling Impulse of his actions and the various excuses be makes for yielding to the demand are the pretty fables by which he hopes to win forbearance Manner of Uold A liar to Church Progress It must be apparent says The Chris tian Advocate that the kingdom of God cannot triumph so long as the business which ruins the bodies and souls of men continues The difficul ties the church has to encounter In carrying on Its work In the presence of the legalized saloon are almost Insur mountable This Is especially true In our larger in wlitr iiirr are six to tcu times as mutiny saloons patronage churches with more than ten timer WII rs Correspondence Clay CountyOgle Carlos Smith has been on a visit to his brother Webster Rich Walker lost a fine mule lust vekFanners- are behind with their work because of so much rain Stave business is very brisk horoTho slave mill belonging to Kobert Wooils is running full time e Madison County Payte11tOWII S M Watts left Monday for Hop kinsville A large crowd from hero attended the rally at Paint Lick Sun tinyJ013ur11ani of Borea and a largo party of our young people went on n fishing trip Monday J L Campbell has been given a job at Clear Creek water station nt a salary of 2000 per month Tho Aid Society Society of Poytontown is prow ing to bo n great help to the church Preparation is being mode here for a general rally mid basket picnic on tho fourth Sunday in Judy1 letter of encouragement front Geo W Wright a deacon of our church now in Boston Indwns rend lust Sunday and much appreciated e If you want to come to Heron lo school the CITIZEN will help ou Write ut once to Uev John Iod veil Keren liyand he will tell you how to secure the help e Rockcastlo County Jouway 11 E Gadd has returned from n trip to Livingston and East Bern startJ1rs Vary Guild who hits Is ell viiting frieiuN on Clear Creek has returned homo Corn ic hx king tine in this neighborluwid and wheat is ill gixxl condition Frank loves expects tis move back on his farm soon IIis Fairuie Ciilton is to ternh the ScadoUl Cumin school this yearcan tell you how you can earn enough money during vacation to pay all your expenses for tlnn Fall Winter or Spring Terri nt Roreu College Write now to John Dodwell CItizen Othc BtTfu Ky a ICockford Mrs Belle Blner of Groenfielil Ohio is visiting relatives ut this place Mrs S F OgloC Dispu tuntn hits been visiting at thi place Your blacksmith Jus E Dalton was with lisa few days agoLiglmt ning killer two limit mik cows ho longing to W C Viars Thiir ilny night Our farmers aro much be hind with their crops with the ex ception of J M Billion who doesnt mind tho weather sd the wind don- tblowJ W Todd hits quite a full line of goods in his new store nt this place Tom Linville went fishing n few days ego timid had thin usual fishermans luckOur numerous candidates are 1111U walking on air at present but look out for the primary when a number of theta will have their political iiHpirutions totitll- yruinedT C Vnirs and son visited Mrs Jus 11altotl at Bena Sun lnyMiRH Buyles will teach Wnlntit Grove ichool Miss Fannie Culon of Itichiiiotid will wield the rot at Scaffold Lane Your correspondent is waiting pationtlv for Sheldons Mnlcom KirkAnuluber of our citizens were in Mt Ypriion Saturday n D Cook Jr was in Beroa Set urday Aunt II Frothy Haggard is seriously ill d cpIIorh1l1ityai tins Pan American Exposition It is to ise found in th central courtyard of the Manufacturers and Liberal Arts Building immpdiitely to the right HS one enters from till iO II h is a part of the exhibit of the Nittioual Arts Club of Now York City TliH coverlet included in this exhibit was wov n by Mrs Anderson of Jackson County r the Greatest machine magazine on Earth Cbc BmcticanCbrcabcrmnn youlawswhich helps to perfect oriranlztttloui for their mutual beneOt It tight the thresh erml1nl battle and bclIw blm In alwayaInend of three month If the iul rlter li vrallfIomlumsroramplecolYanOnly threibermen or those Ititereilod In threshing and the use of steam detlred ai labtcrlbert AJJrm Cbc Zlmcticnn Cbrcsbcrmnn The Wirim1 lUly In the Buocb tIllS 19 S II lMnOtsOI1 SllehUr Block THE GITIZENBEREA KYJUNE 27 1901 WORKING TOGETHER COMBINED EFFORTS BEING MADE TO SECURE GOOD ROADS Driven AutoninlilllMtii and niry edit Joliilhu Their Voter In tin Inlrrrat of Ininrovril lllKlnvit Ilcurrvn irnlvrrnnl Support The strenuous efforts of drivers uiul hlhIthe three divisions of our citizens prominent In the use of the roads namely the drivers the wheelmen and the chuufTours seem dotermlned to work together vigorously read uuccns liiRly for the nccoinpllshment of their purHsi days the New York Sun Perhaps no better Illustration hUll been seen of time fraternal feeling isting among these organizations thou was afforded nt a recent imetliiK In New York sty The event was rut nounced as n good roads reunion nod was conceived by the president of the fond Orders association Amoni those present wore conspicuous advo crates of till good roads movement from tam AlLpiTY various parts of the country who itSI cyclists automoblllsts or drivers of horses discoursed Intelligently upon the need of better roads In the United States General Mlles who spoke emphasised the advantages of first class highways In case of military tent diet He wild The subject of good roads Is one that military men of course are Inter ested In for It Is one of the vital ques tions that the general has to study as as to how he can best maneuver his brigades corps and armies Irvtiuent ly during the civil war the line of march was marked by dead animals and wrecked wagons owing to the wretched condition of time roads over which the armies had to IIIISIi On one or two occasions time movements of the armies were very much embarrassed and one campaign had to be abandon ed for It wits found Impossible proper ly to maneuver nu army On the plains we were compelled to make the roads as we passel over the country Of course In times of war as well an Iln times of peace smooth and hard roads have always laen eminently desirable but It must U obvious to everyone that till advent of horselcs vehi cles whose utility for military purposes tins lieen Indorsed by distinguish ed generals on Denim sides of the At In nilI has rendered their construction a matter of even vital Importance In the South African war where jurhaps automobiles have been put to a more practical military test than anywhere else It has been found that their use not only facilitates transportation but that the machines can carry heavier burdens and necessitate time attendance of fewer men than would be required In the case of wagons drawn by mules or horses It has been estimated that considering the greater speed of the motor vehicles 31 of them each of iKi horsepower can transport In a given time as many pounds of provisions and artillery as 1300 horses Hesldes the use of the latter would Involve the elf ment of forage which must be stored and removed as occasion demands In France experiments conducted with an automobile of J7 horsepower have shown that 21 such vehicles can supply an army corps or 30000 men with 200 rounds of ammunition per man over a distance of 80 miles In 21 hours and can transport heavy guns to cor responding advantage Manifestly the usefulness of automo Giles as of bicycles depends largely upon the condition of the roads over which they are to run When tic road Is right the wsslhllltles of the machines are vastly Increased No out should underestimate the highly creditable results already achieved Ly the good roads workers In many parts of till country and notably In New York state The cause In which they are enlisted Is ono which deserves unl versal support A tin can trust is tho latest capi tat 78000000 THE HOME THE HOUSEKEEPERS CLUB This is tin age of organization Capital mind labor bout organize that each may advance their own Interest Those who are working for the advan cement of Christs kingdom lied that organized effort is tho most elective anti every denomination lilts its lids Monarj society Tho young people catching the spirit of tho ago are girdling time earth with their Christian Kudoavor Societies Young Mens and Young Womens Christina Associa tions Every touchers institute in formed in just this spirit which finds its larg er expression in tho slate anti nation associations Among time ninny clubs in cliilxlom is to found thin Hoii8ekeo orH Club where time housekeepers and homemakers discuss their failures mind Hucceshes in making hone tho place of rest enjoyment anti refreshment to the wears toilers who must sp ud much of their day in tho outside world Many of the housekeepers of Heron have felt for n long lisle that an hour spent once n week in a friendly ills cnssion of some of the perplexities of time housekeeper and landlady would would not only create a larger sym jpatliy nod broader charity for ono another but would help each to prom by time experience of the others nut enable us to better undorMund our duties to our student boarders nod their duty to us My the careful study of such vital qurstions we can lit mutually helpful in our efforts to tarnish comforts to our families nod boarders as well to surround them by such a social smith moral atmos phere us shall uroiifro tuch one to do Ruth to bo his Ixttt A few ladies mot Monday afternoon June 17 at the hone of Mrs K U Putnam null took the initiatory step toward ho formation of such a club The meeting was very lint hllHi astic Mrs Morgan Kamsey was elected President ami Mrs K U Put mull Secretary It was decided to met each Monday afternoon from i to p m nt the Nichols house Every housekeeper is cordially invit ed to join us and wo especially urge those who intro warders to como that we may sympathize with counsel and teach each other Thu Housekeepers Club met at tin Nichols louse Juno 21at I pm Eighteen ladies worn present Foods were discussed nod ono lady gave her exH n e account for n week In boarding n family of twenlythroo The average per non was so very low that questions wero frequently asked and it was found that she hind omitted wheat flour milk and butler and a number of other articles A request was made that tho hill of faro for one day be given at next meting Those keeping cows must value their milk at five cents u quart and butter at fifteen cents n pound and that every article of food must Ira given value Miss Merrow gavo n most instruc tive talk on Urn value of oatmeal as n tooth which rosin but little but which is rich in protoide and itt mod forms nn excellent food for bruin workers Great care should ho iisedin cooking it for if it M not thoroughly cooked it is indigestible mid ceases to nourish tho Ixxlv Indeed under done omit meal wjll produce headache and n general lussittide Oatmeal hhould ho cooked at least four hours mid rolled oats not less than twenty multi utes nil hour is better Well crooked oatmeal served with milk gave an opportunity for u social session which closed this interesting and enthusiastic meeting An invitation Is extended to the housekeepers of Berea to meet with us lit thin Nichols House Monday July 1001 at 1tht Beside the program outlined Prof Todd will talk on drinking water of Heroa Como and lot us coinhol together MRS K U PUTNAM See BEREA COLLEGEFounded Places the Best Education in Reach of All Over tO Teucliers 800 Students from ISO States Largest College Library In Kentucky NO SALOONS Triulo Schools Cur eutry Printing Housework Nursing two years Model Schools General Education and fitting for advanced courses Fflr these tujflttlentty advanced to get n teachers cvrttflrulr Applied Science Two years course with Agriculture for young nick and Domestic Science for young Indies Normal CourHC Two years with practice teaching Academy Course Four years fitting for College for business sad College Course Literary Philosophical Classical for life Music Reed Organ Choral free Vocal Piano Theory We are here to help all who will help themselves toward a Christian edu cation Our instruction is a free gift Students pay a small incidental foe to meet expenses of the school apart from instruction and must also pay for board in advance Expenses for term 12 weeks may be brought within 12400 about 14 to le paid in advance The school is endorsed by Baptists Congregationalist Disciples Method ists Presbyterians and good people of all denominations Far information and friendly advice address the SecretarytW C GAMBLE Berea Madison Co Ky THE SCHOOL lidded by L WtHiimoro lcau ol the Normal DciMttmvnt Ikrca CollMW HAVE YOU BEER CALLED FATHER livery inuu who has children must have had some thoughts for their welfare It would be n heartless man who would not toke pity on the helpless infant And it is uaid in the Bible that u man who does not pro vide for his own is worse than an in fidel Tho biggtwt connect most of us over undertake is the of rearing u family of children Otis of time greatest helps vo hero in this undertaking is the public school The Commonwealth of lieu lucky taxes mill Us citizens the rich and poor alike mud even those who have no children in order that there may be u free public school five months in the yenr which every child may attend Kentucky duos not do ns muck as most states in thus line hilt it in giving title five months school Now parents urn wu going to gut thin good of it for our children Have we done and are we going to do our lull duty In time first place have wo voted for good nod hotter able men us trustees moil who will not Ie bribed ill solectlig u toucher nice who will not widen somelxxly from the district or some relative or homebody who will Iwurd with them instead of getting n bright mid well trained teacher who chum bring in u lot of new ideas In the next place are wo planning to have our children ready for school tin first day Will we got our work out of the WilY M that thov run got Will we have hooks for then so they nan study Will we see to it Unit they start early enough in the morn lug so that they shidl bo there on time Wilt wo enquire about thin school from day to day so that the children will know wo are interested m it t Will we talk to the the chill dren and nmke them realize that they ate having n great opporttnlityl Will we encourage the teacher and Jut it be known that we are interested in the tWillWI encourage the trustees to put tho school huiine III good condition There is no use talking our chil dren must have it tatter educullun than we had nUll this summers school must push every our of thom far on ill time way of progress Time department of sux rinton deuce of the National Educational Association failed to class alcohol with tho food list Tho vote was decisive REPORTERS CORRESPONDENTS or WRITERS Wiintid everywhere Storms news ideas pooms illustrated articles nil vanco news drawings photographs unique articles etc etc purchased Articles revised nod prepared for pub lication looks published Sent for particulars and full information le fore beudini article The Bulletin Press Association New York BO YEARS EXPERIENCE r4TruceIJL f1- 13Copvneanta Ac Anions andtneatet all si rlMummay- qutrUTau rnwure 11ethrnIIITMltOtt ihHblf tlf rfHt nnne- tlnnalrMlrnndnNiaL Ilmuttdanlatetar- rnt r t I i M1n1- 4tIr JolrrA7o IMI t to reIreg- wttd Mf Iu WlthouLrIlO luih- efrUificS s jhtierican tInrrryataatratd1rtvkIi rnt ell SodbyateadeairaMUNN Mauch glace rffi xL washlnatonlh THE FARM FAiled by 8 0 MAMS Profraor ol llurtl culture Bero Onllrxa ROAD CONSTRUCTION rrlnclplM uf CoBttrnrtloii and IfutnUa slice of Country ItumU provusionshouldbo TilE IIKIATION OP WATER TO ROADS When a soil is completely filled with water tho grains nro invested by water and tend to thogrtlatOlltCmedolll On tho other hand lot ull the water bo removed from the soil and IhA ground while hard easily freUi into loose pRrnhl dust which not increase the draft butIbut urn easily drirtudawuy by the wind thus due road aa much us it would Im worn the lop washed away by running water There is n medium condition ortamount of wails in the soil gives it power to withstand the erod lug tendency of thin tramp of the horses feet and tho tim- ewheals IVhea sand isjst wet enough its surface Is haul and will beinglotnulsloe of limo water films So too with clay roads and those of the beet of loam the right amount of water al ways present so an to keep tho aur lI1aklngthelllllort ity and lent hens their tile So valu able is the tight amount of water on earth roads that sprinkling them in arid and semi arks eliminates and in humid climates is ono of tile most effective menus of inniiitonnnce UKrli or PNOKHURAINAOE Where iindordraiuiige needed the drain should not lets than throe to tNClMCiallytrilled over It Nooiie think of ualking on the yielding surface of the water of a lao or stream but let it lx entered with a sulliciently thick layer of let and it then makes the best kind of a road bed The drained ground Inneat h the toad surface must Iw mdlicientlr htulalhInllyit just as limo let heals ItJI bunion riacB ran TilE DRAIN In the narrow roads of eight to nix teen feel where thn water to be re moved is that which mar mined upIt the center of time driveway WJiens the main source of the water canning the trouble in an underflow through sands and gravels front ad jiiceut higher lands then the drain should pUcod upon tltq itJu of the road from which the water comes Where the ground Is marshy on all sides mind particularly if the road U laytwoIf springy places occur tinder or near the roadlxxl drains must IM connected with the drain Itself tALL Or TilE DRAW The fall of thu drain will uually conform somewhat DlarJ to the grade of the unsullied hlllllhould not leM thaii two inrhun jn Quo hundred tort if this can secured It how over necessary sometimes to lay the drain on a slope hiss than this wee- as low as one Galf Inch in ono hun tired feet In all easel care should exercised to lay the tine on a true RUYllIIroiimintninrd grade lunarif they are not laid In this manner water will rtnnd in tin sags and behind the wilds and in those places the tile may Ixcome filled with silt It may somituno occur that HIM road is so nearly level total thorn is no fall for this drain In such cases it may uwtiHsitry to Hie beginning end of the neirrr time surface lit ground by as much HS six or even twelve inches In thus way could bo given a fall of one inchmil our hun feet over u distance of 1200 feet IlOrtlouorthlted and the plain should be followed l wlmero toro is uo other horua- live Droinaue Journal To bo continued WANTKIS Capable rrtUtilo pcnan In every county lo reiirewiitlarKo mmpunjr ol solid flnan rial JyabllkITn traliiht bona ade ileflnllo salary no rum nilMlon salary 11 each Matnnlay and uptn mono ftilvmic well week HTANIiAKU IIoCAK Sol IIKAKRdKN Hr CHICAGO No More Vermin and its Attending Evils Our Peerle s Poultry unit Animal Kiimigitor will positively rid fowls II III IIl1illllllfi of lieu and germs of every kind It is worth unary times its price Costs but little No trouble to use Lasts for years Big Inducements to Agents B CODDINOTON Co Berea Ky Ohio College of Dental Surgery Department or Dentistry University of Cincinnati Contral Avo and Court St Cincinnati O This College won organized in 1315 and the CCth Annual Session begins about OcloborBth 1101 Three sessions of sovon months eachare required for graduation This in the first Dental College established in the West It is coodticalional and has n teaching corps of twenty instructors Ita build ings are modern and well adapted to the requirements of modern dental education and its clinics are unatirpasoed Optional Spring and Fall Courses in Clinical instruction are also given Foes are 1100 each Session For in formation and Aunouncoiijut vl Irm M A Smith D D S Dean 1GI Garfiold Place Cincinnati Ohio