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Rev JOHN DODWELL Independent Weekly t Wllh Hitting SUIT of Kdllors Devoted to the retlllOncnta ManagerT Interests of JCJntdulwflctII at urns HE ITIZENTHEHOME FARM SCOOLItiatt maUmalltT 60 CENTS A YEAR I VOL III A Family Vapor BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JULY 4 1901 Fifty coati a year NO2 IDEASjConstancy In nut n virtue but n fact Tho Hitlvatiou of tin family fami ly religion Do not Icnvo tho nun out of your landscape Rmorson Au ounco of mother bs worth aI pound of clergy Proverb Timer anti art a people not strong yet thug prepare their meat in the summer Pror 8025 Take Notice On Sunday July 11 Bro Dodwcll of Tau CITIZEN will preachat Wai Inccton Muthodiat Church Tho CITIZEN wants Lou more student ngoutfl mid will pity liberally lorI good work Call or writo for our Special Offer A convention of the County Suuday School AsHOciatiou will be held in Bvroa Wwluosdav Juln Prof E A Fox of Louisville Stato Secre tary of tho Association will be prtMenl FROM TUB WIDE WORLD- A dispatch from Homo to a Paris newspaper says tho Pole is wriounly ill King Edward linn isHtntl n procla makes announcing tlmt hill coma lion will takw place June HW2 According to the now census Creator Londpn han n population of 0r7878H an Incrwwe of 901 M12 nincu 1891 The SoutliwimUirn Polytechnic of London in providing a school for worm for tho beu llt of the lower middle clnsMeH The Emperor Dowager of China retrace to return to IVkin fearing a trnp to capturn her She notified lie Ornnd Council that the future capit al will ho tai IVng Ft In tho prow ince of Ho Nan Ill OWNToday uitiieHMtitliilruiHitiuii froin military to civil gorernniHiit In the Philippine Senator Mark Ila inn ghre fliOOOO to Kenjon o1l ve d lninl un 0 for moded ilurmiinrjr purpawes Yale won the viirxify race wl h IInrvanl by lea t linn n length In the iwt 100 yams of tin four mile trUtf glf A Jnpllf1ff11f diploma prorxws that till United tiutiwe and Jrqmii comhii a in a war of extermination againnt rata cluiniing that rats spread the bubonic plnkuoJ Morgan ha given f 000100 to complete hive of the five pmixvwd rely buildim for tlin Mur vanl Mwll nl Srlio l In llwfot thn i addltinnnl JIClII to llarvnnl for th pear are 780000 The pmswtwlrlidnenchimlmmi of Oi Ntcrn in Alnbtmn ins nisi RIa- hor Iroubli Tu rnorwl prrachera am opolllIIlhlill the NVnw to emigrate to theirs float wit not rob brill nf political privilpg COMIOHWRALTHOPKBHTDCKT Mayfield was visited by niliiinNtroii fire mat Thursday Loss 150000 Judge Dtiiiton the oldest member of the Piilnflki county bar died Thursday Juno 27 ago 87 years A rattlesnake with eighteen rattl- and a button was killed in Tinckcastle county last woek by Louis Dillon Tho elm horera are killing all the lino old elms about Bnrdotown No remedy has yet IMHJII found for these pests Oov Brckhnm has increased the rewanl offered for tin murderers of Hugh Lucas In Ilickmnn county from 2M to rJ each W II Townsoml section foreman and Ed Miller colored section hand worn killed by lightning near Clay City Powell Co Friday Mr Samuel Ponce of Lane Wolfe countv was stricken with hydro phobia last Wednesday the result of bite from a mad dog a few days pro violin Tho railroad commission has do- el1ed that the L ft N railroad mutt furnish passenger and freight service for the benefit of the district between Christiansburg and Shelby Title The Kentucky Distillers Associa lion has decided that Kentucky ia not to make more than 25000000 gallons of whisky tho coming fiscal year only a little over 111 gallons per captia of the population Alaa poor Kentucky f CHANCE FOR VOUNO MEN There is an increasing number of young men who desiru to do some tiling worthwhile and will not be contented to marry the first girl who will have them and begin keeping house on nothing There are surely enough wretched people in tho country to servo as a warningexa nple People who might have been prosperous and well todo if they had only waitwl until they got a good start before getting mar rind What a young man wants is several hundred dollars in money With that ho can slait life somewhat in d Intlutlilid there will be a doubly safe outlook for his wile anti childrenThe in which youug men can got money are very numerous although thousands of young mOil mire sitting around Idle and letting t heirI best years go by without laying up any money or education or reputa Ution Some youug men will rent piece of laud and make a crop raise some hogs and cattle and in a shifty way lay up porno money Others make their way to sew mills or lumburlcampx and here if they art sober enough to save their wages they can lay up a good deal of money Still others try to scrape togeth er a few dollars by getting lip some tide or bark This business will not last very long it may bo convenient just now but cannot bo depended upj on Thoro is an outlook letter their anyI of these for young men who have enough autorprioo to got some educa lion in tho Farmers and Foresters courses which are now offered at Be- ma Prof Mason has applications allj tho time for young meal to superin tend farm work In good places in tho Blue Grass and the northern states and besides this there are a good marry people who own large tracts orI forest laud In the mountains which which they twould like to put In charge of energetic and responsible young men Tho trouble is we can not find the young men who have enough education to keep accounts andenough training to really manage a farm and forest as it ought to e doneThousands of people were interest ed by the address of aa Owiley coon ty student at Berea on the raising of strawberries yet how many young men will really take the pains to learn how to raise this luciou crop There ba no use talking boys tho strawberries and other good things are waiting for the young men who will take pains and study and acquire skill Those who sue hiodleflT null too proud or tuulzy to Iwlf HUM KU without I here ought to Is a Inrgi1 nutiitmr of young itwii Miirling in for the Farmers Conine in Her a in xfall THE MARKETS RtlOkTHI 0 NOIIUAN A CO IhCINNATI July 2 CATTLE CoD1monMtrJO M 140 Butchers440 a uOG Shippers46O flfl 525 CALVES Choice 6 550 II Large Common800 400 Gsea90 PacklngOOO frf SHEEP Good to choice 300 3 Common to fair2 2 LAUDS Goodto cboico450 M 5UII Common to fair300 400 WUEATNo2 Red 66 UoRNNo2 mixed 45 OATNO 4 31 RysNo2 53 r 55 FLOOR Winter patent 840 380 II fanoy290 fj 325 Fumily2111 g 255 MILL FEED1200 rl lliO- OHAYNo1 Timothy 1225 1 50 II No2 1050 16 1100 No1 Clover 850 fl 900 No2 750 j 800 POULTRY ftjFryern 12 In Heavy houllII 8 Light hens 9 Ruoteflll 4 Turkoy hens S 1011111II Ii Ducks 6 Eaas Frosh near by 9 Goose HIDES Wet salted 6 tlj 7 No dry salt 9 10 u Bull 6 4 6o Lambskin 40 TALLOW I 61Countr1 Repair That Loom I Homespun is coming into fashion again situ our girls should keep up Collegeisof fireside indiiHtry which may bring manyhomesWe can pay for wellwoven then 40 cents a yard Jeans 60 cents llveoy SO cents well matched bed coverlets 4 to 6 Patent dyes not accepted proforredFor information address JoserniNE ExchangeBores Kstrny Notice- I have at my place two miles south Rcreu one stray horse about 15 hands hi heolor bay white feet star iu forehead barb wire marks on loft side J W BRATCIIEB TO THE DEAFA rich lady cured of her Deafness and Noises in the Head by Dr Nicholson Artificial Ear Drums gave 25000 to his Iran jute so that deaf people unable to procure tho Ear Drums may have thorn fro Address No 1314 The NicholHon Institute 780 Eighth Avenue New York 520 02 Dedication Service Tho First Baptist Church of Bane will delicate their house of worship Suutlay July 71901 The dedication sermon will be preached at 11 a m by Dr J G Bow of Louisville Ky Night ser vice at 745 by Dr Bow 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- On account of tho dedication of tho Baptist Church next Sunday there will he no service at the Church of Christ in the morning There will be an openair song service on the campus in tho ovening from 645 to 730 Soldiers Picnic Circular announcements are being sent to soldiers of tho Civil War liv ing at Berea or in the vicinity a soldiers picnic for Wed July 17 It will be held on the grounds of Prof L V Dodge at Berea where the de delightful gathering of last year took place The hour for gathering is set at 9a m All widows of comrades are also invited Such provisions for the table as may bo convenient will bo welcomed Mesdamea Dodge Ramsey and Hanson are the table committee By an agreement of committee it is ordered that a Primary Election be held at the following voting places Bored Clay and Duncannon on Sat urday Aug 3 1901 between the hours of 12 m and 6 p m for the purpose of nominating Republican candidates for the office of Justice of peace and Constable in Glade Mag- Isterial District to be voted for at the November Election 1901 W R Gabbard Berea Com Robert White Duncannon C H Blytbe Clay WANTKlXCapable reliable person la county to represent large company of solid anan ell 36 salary per weekly 3perda7alaolutelyurQandallexpen acestralghttona salary no com mission salary d each Saturday and epena- emoredvurad each week STANUAKU UJUSZ l31111CUIJORM ST U81CAee Hand Forged Razor Steel Blades SSSS Send us 212 rent stamp and we will mall you a knlfn the cxnct of this picture It has 2 blade and iftall generally at 7i els but to get you to try them we will send you one for 48 eta or l12onhtlllRN Your wife want a Dalrof WillitIRaI for et- lIr 90two stamp We have M rage- lIIutrted Catalogue we will mall you tree If you ak for It Address MAHEB Ir OROSIt CO BO Adams St Tuledo Ohio and mention The Clllsnn Chicago College Dental Surgery pistil iisirlj il sl Uk fcnrt Uttontty Twentieth Annual Costae lit11IGt WoaUOIII= L1WITHENBURY GrocersB6Irvine St Richmond Ky A full line of Staple Groceries carried at all- times Mail and Phone Orders receive prompt shipment For light running long time wear and thorough construction as well as moderate price the WEBER stands at the top of all Wagons BICKNELL EARLY rI- J COOL CLOTHES f Splendid assortment of Stylish Flannel Suits Skeleton Serge Silk Lustre and Alpaca Coatsjust the things to keep you cool on hot 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 elset needful to clothe a man in best style from head to foot Priced so you will come back again COVINGTON BANKS Richmond Ky Fine Stock of Ladies and Mens Trunks Boys Suit Cases etc ii s Department of Agriculture WEATHER BUREAU Voluntary Observers Meteorological Record Bern Month of Jane 1BO1 Maximum temperature M rDate 29 A 30 Minimum temperature 4i F Date 8 Mean temperature 74S F Greatest dally range 32 F Date Total precipitation 462 Inches Greatest In 24 hour 168 inches Date Number of clear days it Number of cloudy days 4 No of partly cloudy days 10 900Salary Men and women of good address to represent us tome to travel appointing agents others for 000ihouse Grand chance for earnest man or woman to secure pleasant permanent position and liber allnoolRe New linN Write at once STAFFORD PRESS as Church St Nw Haven Conn 924 E B McCOY Dentist Berea Kentucky Every Business needs GOOD PRINTING And we can do it at a rea sonable price DONT you need some Note Horde Heads Statements Bill Heeds Envelopes Bualoo Cards rte etc II to write for prices STUDENTS JOB PRINT IL8erel Ky Ky A handfull of glasses will not help youreyoslght If you wear them all unless your vision has been properly tested and the right Ions fitted That Is Just where tho skill of an optician comes to your aid If I test your oyes you will be sure of getting the right glasskes and will have and satisfaction in wearing themtEXAMINATION FREE T A ROBINSON Welch Block Berea Ky s Three Years in And out of all the sotsof teeth that have been made at my office if there is one set or any seta that show any defects I will make a new set free We are making the best set of teeth ia the world for 750 and if delects show in lye years we give you a new set free This applies to all the teeth I have made or am going to make the best alloy fills in the world at75 cents DR HOBSON Dentist Permanently located in the Hobson Buildingnext door to Gov ernment Building Richmond Kentucky Reference Richmond National Bunk Special Price to Students JUNE FURNITURE SALE 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 Hardwood Oak and Mahogany Bedroom Suites Iron Beds and Couches at special bargain prices during the month Everything lathe Furniture Line Great Sale on Carpets and Rugs for Cash We invite all our Borea Friends and all Citizen subscribers to call and inspect before making purchases UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY6 NightPhone61iJO S JOPLIN Richmond Ky n u SHOE BARGAIN SATURDAY DOUGLAS CRUTCHER Richmond rt Richmond Mens Tan Shoes 500 Shoes for 350 400U 44 300 350U U 200 300 U44 175 Mens Black Box Calf Blucher Shoes 300 going now at 250 Come early and get your size Only a lim ited quantity on hand 8 Y THE CITIZENA- Weekly Newspaper BEREA KENTUCKY OUR PLATFORM This paper aims to bring the best reading tb eVery fireside Reading is a great thing but it makes a big difference what you read Tim CITIZEN brings first of 111 the news notf tiverv tote f crime or horror butt the im h ortant newsthe news from Washington and the State capital from our soldiers in far off islands from our neighbors everywhere For the young folks we have a story and a Bible lesson for housewives 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 Ve propose to get the best idrasthat can befound on all such and important matters and passthenvaround among our readers resources of Berea Collage are not for its students alone The editor of this paper can tit any time step into the largest Col lege library in the State and he has engaged several of the most distinguished instructors in the College to charge of special departments in the paper Those who are visited by TilE CITIZEN will know what is going on in the world Everyweek it will tell them somethingworth knowing THE CITIZEN is pledged to no party It is every mans friend It stands for the things which benefit all temperance thrift kindness enterprise and education And we ask till who believe in these things o subscribe for TILE CITIZEN Madison County The and feed store of Letcher Witt burnedMbridaj night Squire Williams irthe Democratic nominee for magistrate in the lox town District There wes a small attendance1 at County Court Monday and very little buRiriess was done The firm of Douglas Bro Gents Outfitters Richmond has changedto Douglas Crutcher Dr A Wilkes Smith of Richmond bus been elected tb the chair of Bi ologyand Dental HVgiene in the College of Dentistry Join T McClintock chairman of the Republican County Committee has been appointed assistant post master at Richmond with a salary of iX0 a year Sheriff Co lyer sold at public auction Monday at the court house in lHclDlOndll36stray logs caught at Ford by Burt Brabb Co The lugs were bought by Capt Thomas for f2000 The value of taxable property in Madison County according to the County Assessor is 762800 The State Board of Equalization fixes the taxable property ail a valuation11 of 8902000 The Shearer heirs have filed a suit in the Madison Circuit Court to re cover 3000 from Central University i the money being an accumulated fund from a donation from Mrs Rebecca Shearer The removal of the Central University from Rich mondis the caifao of the suit Mr Charles B Hamilton late bookkeeper for D H Meyers has accepted a position of individual bookkeeper the Nutidndl Bank to succeed James M Crutcher who has jiurchttnexl the iutcl 18t of S Z Douglas if tHe firth If Ddiglas BroH Shue Dfiilcrt Kiclimoud Harry Blazer of Scaffold Cane one orth six candidates for nomination tb tho office ofCoanty Clerk of Rock castle County was in town Tuesday BO YEARS EXPERIENCE LIegiNNrkenddhcrt lnnou 1OIl ienlahle CmrnDInrenllnn It prneaeiipo InV tloinKlrlctlrconndentliJ HaudUOol oil Iteut4i foreeeunngfataataIat ritual mttce without chirga In Ute Sd lItifl Jlmtrkahandsomely lllattrmtwl we rawest dreulatlon ofany eon n erne It ar- tUNnnrmontNlL B4tsaakktoa i p LOCALS AND PERSONALS Fresh brood at Bicknell t Early a Prof J W Dinsniore Has returrfed home C M RawliugSwas in Lancaster Monday OscarL Preston isvisit log friend in Lexington Miss Lizzie Lodwick leaves for ber home Friday John Hatflold of K Irbv Knob wa in town Sunday Mr and Mrs Sam Mason are at Slate Lick Springs- W C Lusk will teach the Hickory Plains school this year Quite a crowd from here attendee County Court Mb ndav Mr A T Fish andS E Welch leave today tor Cincinnati T Oi Pasco left Monday morning for Cumberland Gnu Tenn Mrs A T Fish spent last week in Lexington visiting friends Bicknell Early carry a full line of Window Sash and Doors Bicknell Early have a full line ol the very Ueat Enauielexi Ware Hermeugild Klima i enjoying his vacation at Cedar Rapids lows Wallace Chhp1SirndA7scbool had an altend nce W T Short revenue collector was inour town the first of the week Robert TrUett la home after a short visit to his parents in Clay county Miss Ersie Richardson returned Sunday after a weeks visit to Yihlie Bicknell Early started aMcCor mic riarveaterto Qttlugthe Tues dayS E Welch our enterprising mer chant spent the past weak in Louis villaLeocardSpeuceis visiting friends and relatives in Sturgeon Owsley countyMr Tom Stuart accompanied Miss Ersio Richardson homo from Wildie SundayMrs Fannie Deinmon haM purchas ed the Mollio Bogie property on Cen ter Street E P Uruer was in Richmond this week looking up orders for Replating Silverware S C Kellyof Evarts Ky a student at Berea sends four dew subscribers forTire CITIZEN Mrs B Coddingtou spent a few days with relatives in Rockcastle Co the last of the week Louis W Johnson and A J Elder have purchased the livery business of Richardson Powell Miss Ellen Click brought in from Jackson County nine new subscrip tions forTuE CITIZEN The family of J F Rice who have boarding at B R Robinsons are now boarding at JbhnFowlers Rev A P Smith is out in Rock ca8tlaCoUntyber8eiltifftnine now subscriptions for THE CITIZEN Superintendent C A King returned home Saturday after hri ex tended visit to Massachusetts Miss Jennie Hanson who has been studyingmullioatColorado Spring1 Colreturned home Saturday J W Early was out putting McCormick Harvesters last week reports the wheat crop good Brother Dodwell preached at Wal lace Chapel Sunday morning The was a fine congregation present Miss Laura Robinson spent dIe past week with her parents Mr afcd Mrs T R Robinson Wallaceton Miftees Carrie Woods Pearl Bali r and Ida L Brooks left Monday morning for Lake Chautauqua N Y Miss Julia Rowlett attteoded the Commencement of the Hospital Cal lege of Medicine Louisville June 27 It cost three dollars for the prive legoof allowing fourbogs Id roam in the grounds around Ladies Hall one night Mrs Lou Hanson Miss Anna Liudley and LeaterHillleave Satur day fcjr a visit with friends at Clarks UIr Iud r1 KobiiiRon Optician sad Jeweler has given great satisfaction to allwho has given him orders for his fine engraving Miss Emma Spence wKd hai been attending the Y Af C Aandy W C A Convention at Ashevllle V C returned Tuesday Rt O MitchelUof Waljaceton ands former student hu served out two years as soldier do the Philippines and returned Koine Sunday- T A Robinson is doing a good business in his specialty of fitting Spectacles and Eye Glasses His offic istihls Jewelry Store Welch block BerK Ky Mrs MJ Click of Mulbsrrygip Tenn is spending a few days wltn- heldaugh r Ellen Clioklbefore reo- It iurding Bottle front tucky t ISMBSPEREMUT Volunteer Amy Ills Pkksed J 1t Hi tory EXSOLDIERS SCATTER HOMEWARD Immense Sum NfCMi ry to Iuy OnIthe RrgtntaaU Uriiflrtv on IloulIlr to Rope In the Gullible With bulb Inlug Game flenrrkl Stmflrr rut on the Itcilrrd LIJSan Francisco July ITwo Important military events occurred at till Presidio Sunday the retirement of Major General W HShrftur and tile mustering out of four volunteer retl Monta General Shatter formally transferred the command of the de partment of California to Major Gen oral 8 M B Young In the afternoon the Fortyfourth Fortyninth Forty clfhth and Thirtyeighth volunteer J reglmentt wero mustered out Tile muttering out of the four regiments required the services of eight paymaS tars Over 1000000 was disbursed aUttrealurons each under the charge of a paymaster and his clerk and 45 mounted and armed artillerymen a In order t6 protect the soldiers on the grounds from grafters with awlnI dling devices 100 men of troop E Fit teenth cavalry were stationed around the reservation Two of the reglmcnti mustered out the Fortyeighth and Fortyninth were colored men andtthe men had between three and four months pay due them Both the Santa Fe and Southern Pacific ticket offices put on extra forces of clerks The ticket offices were crowded till late at night with discharged voluh tears buying tickets Nearly 4000 tickets were Issued There remained three volunteer reg iments to be discharged the Forty third Fortyseventh and Fortyfirst These were paid off today and the vol unteer army passed Into history Bryan on ForakerY Speech Watertown N Y June 26WitM- ain J Bryan was met here by a large crowd lie addressed a large audi ence at the state armory on Clvlllza tlon and In the evening he lectured again on The Conquering Nation In a reply to Senator Forakers speech at Columbus 0 Mr Bryaa said When Senator Foraker says that I am the only Intelligent man who does not admit that the defeat of 1896 was a blessing to the country be makes an unjust reflection upon the Intellgence of more than 8000000 people for there are that many who do not believe a Democratic victory In 1896 would have brought disaster to the nation and they are all nom clently Intelligent to deserve the re spect of Senator Foraker ClevefandVPastorCalted Catskill N Y July 1The Rev Dr Byron Suhderlknd 83 of Wash ington D C died here from a blood clot on the brain at the home of his Ion In 1aw Orrln Day president of the Tanners National bank Dr sunder lajifora than 60 years had been an active minister of tie gospel For 48 years he was pastor of the FlrltI Presbyterian church at Washington from which he retired because of ad vanced years rn 1891 It was at Dr Sunderlaaas church that president and Mrs Cleveland had a pew while the former was president and he of ficiated at the wedding ceremony when President Cleveland married incCft Fetem Death of David R Palileo iUew btkJdlyllelolbl rrjtvu 1C Paige of Akron 0 died at the Ho tel Brunswick IB this city Mr Palfe WBS rb Mew bf Xkfdar O and was a member of the Fortyeighth com frress frbmHhV Twentieth Ohio dlt trtctJ InlbeeUclfow forthe Fokyl ninth congress Mr McKinley defeated him HoWIIAtera member of the a1W of rtlkei tJarr tt Company contractor on the Croton aqueduct New York HNsomNpfekaWbftheba- nMrtg Hhtorof Pate Brotlfcrs Gettittry lit NIWitUI O AMctt failed some years ago The past few years he lived In retirement Shot His Wayward Wife Dayton 01 Juno 29jRlchard Jar vii 27 a cdremaker fired five shots from a 38 calibre revolverat his wife Three took effect one behind the left ear a second under the left eye and the third In the neck She was fatally wounded Jarvis made no effor to avoid arrest He says Ills wife left home against his protests lions spent ao time In company with other men and returned home In a maudlin condition from drink Wreck on the Wabash Peru Ind June i6 Westbound passenger train No 3 on the Wafea railroad ran Into a was bout atCWs IB miles west of here wrocWng tbe engine and five can Fret reports were that Iff persons were killed An OftTeU Tale Canton 0 Juno 29Ertie L Ban ders a kitchen Ire withtkeaasiitanceof acombta tlon of coal oIlnclc sollneIBtlle lexilbtloa which folio wed she was so- badlybbrnedshewill probably die Boat earzecl Bast Liverpool O June 29 Angus Hodgson 17 and Frank Beatty 24 members of a camping party from this city were drowned at rimbridge deark re Their boat cap sized In deep water Commodore Zellers Last Voyage New York July 1 Commodore Theodore Zeller United States naves 83 retired In 1880 died at his resi tone In this city of old age He had MM aa taraUd leazL HRNDERSON PLEASED caliMon King KdwardWnd Had Orattfyingttntervtew- Leadon Juno 27Dl1vtcl B Render ton speaker of tho United Statel house of representatives said In at Interview I have never enjoyed a more agreeable bait hour Interview than the om had with King Edward lie was perfectly frank ad agreeable In accord with American prog He looks forward to even more cordial relations than now exist be the Engllsb speaking nations may depend upon the fact that she has no more cordial frlena In the world than King Edward While the details of our conversation nay not be repeated I can assure my American friends that England maybe depeaded upon in any ordinary controversy which may arise between America and the rest of the world Buying Up Canada London July IIn an Interview Henry Borousiai of the Canadian parliament said American capital Is spreading around the lakes up the rivers and along the railway system It Is breaking down the barrier be Canada and the United States Americans are not conquering us but they are buying us up When this Is accomplished It will only ned slight political difference with the home government and the annexation movement now dead will revive Then you will have to look not to tho half Amertcanixed business men of To ronto but to us French Cauadians wbo have saved Canada fur you more once and may save It again unless you hopelessly alienate us Death of Senator Kyle Aberdeen S D July 2 Senator James Kyle died Monday evening after an Illness of 10 days He had rat lied to quito an extent from his first attack and hopes were entertained of his recovery although at no time was he considered wholly out of dan ger Symptoms of brlghts disease de eloped and Sunday his condition be came less favorable Sunday night he grew rapidly worse and Monday morn Ing all Hope was given up his death being only a question of a few hours Ills wife Is prostrated wllh grief and Is Inconsolable They have two chit dren a daughter Rtbclwyn about 15 and a baby boy The city Is In mourn leg for Senator Kyle was highly es teemed Republican Campaign Committee Columbus 0 July IAt a meeting of the Ohio Republican central com mlttee Congressman Charles W F Dick was chosen chairman of the executive committee John It Malloy secretary W F Burdell treasurer and the remaining members of the com mlttee as follows B P Matthews Dayton Julius Flelschmann Cincin nail II A MartIng Ircnton John W Fitch Youngstown Harry Hoover Newark George C Dunham Toledo Charles M Hogg Cadiz S L Patter son Waverly Myron T Herrick CleVeland1 A C Sands Sr Logan W L Patmenter Lima II II Hollcn beck Cbardon and Jero A Brown Cleveland Four Men Killed Brazil Ind June 29 During a itorm lightning killed four men who were at work harvesting In a wheat field on the J 0 Halbcrt farm near LodL The killed are Frank Bridge waters Anderson Webster John Wig gle and Samuel Stewart Anderson Webster was a prominent farmer of that section owning the farm adjoin- Ing the Halbert place lie was a man of family The other victim alto IVIfliirfitI Ules Woman Killed In a Melee Mw4ciEahdy July 2Askresult of a general row at the hoiseofi Marlen Marlins IB thirdly la whWtf Mirtlns John McCullea Walter Drlscoll and Mrs Herbert McCall participated the latter was shot and killed Tbe atf air was shrouded In mystery1 until the ar rest of Walter DrtKoIl after if long chase lIe confessed to Iho rahrder Drlscoll Is only 16 stars McCall was 19 Her parents reside tn Michigan Swept by a Second StbrfrtJ 1Ililfeitrw iVU17ifee27Ahother dlsaslrous storm visited the flood swept district and while no loss of life Is reported from this second vis Itatlon the damage to property has been great The work dono by the large force of men repairing the dam age of past Saturdays flood was de strayed In many places Cant Locate His Family San Juan P R Juno 27Lowell Di Hoamer former dIsburser of tbe public works department died Juno 17 His wife and family havo been unsuccessful sought for At one time they were believed to be at Jacksonville Fla or Memphis Tenn Americans here took charge of tho funeral Ohio Bank Failed Carrollton 0 June 26The Con notion Valley bank of Snerrodsvlln assigned to N B MorgAb a Sheriodn vllle merchant Thwbank was owned by X O Allman ft SOBS who also owned the Sand Valleybank at Vai sera which they tola last week to Cleveland capitalists WMHM and Died Cincinnati July lHenry Meyer president of the St Bernard Shouting club who weighed 230 pounds swoon ed whlledeUverlng his annual address at the meeting of the club He died loon afterward and tits death wai said lo beduatb heat prostration Founded Dawson City Plattsburg N Y June 28 Joseph Ladue the founder of Dawson City In the Klondike died at his home In Bchuyler Falls Mr liaduo had not been well since his return from Alas- Is and spent last winter at Colorado 1pIi ra Bltrw f HANliAS MHKUAL GI TJ =Oonatellilg Bum to Krnyon College for a Ddrinllnry Gambler 0 June 27 Senator Hanna and Governor Nash partlcl puled prominently In Iho commence ment exercises of Kenyan college Tbe senator at the alumni luncheon announced that he would give 60000 a to the Institution for the building or a dormitory A year ago Kcnyon cob lege bestowed the degree of doctor of laws on Senator Manna This gift Is an acknowledgment of the honor con tarred by the college The gratifying announcement was made by President Pierce that 100000 had been raised as an endow ment during the past year At Sena tor Hannas request the now dorml tory will be called the politicians barracks Millionaires In State London June 9The steamship Deutschland left Southampton for New York with all the staterooms on the promenade docks exclusively reserved for 10 millionaires traveling by her These millionaires are J Plor pont Morgan Clinton Dawklni Clem ent A Qrlscom Bernard A Baker William U Klklns P A B Widener Harry Payne Whitney Pierre Lord lard Timothy L Woddruff and John T Waterbury It Is stated that these 10 formed a syndicate and chartered the entire deck for 22000 It li lerted on what la claimed to be thoI boil authority that Mr Morgan will confide very momentous designs 011t International trade to tho considera tion of his fellow travelers Goes Supreme Curt Denver July 2Judge Hallett of the United States district court denied a writ of habeas corpus to B H Held the Omaha cattle shipper who was sentenced to six months Imprison ment by the district court of Arapa hoe county for failure to pay the state Inspection fee on a shipment of cattle front Texas An appeal was taken to the United Stales supreme court and Reid was released on 8500 bond In refusing to pay the state tee Reid was acting as agent for the National Live Stock association which desires a de cision by the supreme court on tho question Involved that will apply to all states Died on a Train Mattoon Ills July Edward J Walsh Sr president of the Missis sippi Glass company and the St Louis Terminal company and prominently Identified with leading SU Louis en terprises died of heat prostration on board the Knickerbocker express of the Big Four road between Gays and this city Death was totally unexpect ed Mr Walsh was en route to Hot Springs Va to recuperate tram a lO- ver siege of la grippe with which hr was seized In the early spring Ohio Day at Buffalo Buffalo Juno 29 Senator Patter son of Ohio ono of that states Pan American commissioners who Is hero arranging for the dedication of the Ohio state building July 18 said that President McKinley would visit the exposition for that occasion Direct ors of the Cincinnati Pan Festival as sociation headed by Mayor Flelsch mann have arrived here to visit tbo exposition with a view to securing at traction for a festival to be held In that city next fall Jessie Found Guilty Eldorado Kam June 28 Jessie Morrison who killed Mrs Olin Cattle was found guilty of manslaughter In the second degree The penalty ls not more than five years nor less titan three years in the penitentiary Miss Morrisons lawyers filed notice of appeal The prisoner was taken to her old cell and locked up There her father who had been with her left her Tbe Jury wrangled nearly SO hours over the verdict Robbed a Dying Man Carbondale Ills Juno 29 Charles Roberts a noted character of this sec tion was arrested having confessed that he rifled the pockets of A T Casher a brakeman on the Illinois Central and getting several gold pieces while the man was dying on a stretcher after being badly hurt The feeling against Roberta Is Intense and the officers got him out of the city A Prolific Family Dunlap Tenn July tMrl W IL Burnett became the mother of four children all of whom are doing well Mr and Mrs Burnett have hAd 10 children born to them In the five years of their married life Including trIp- lets twins and the quartet Pearls of Great Price Lansing la July 1Tbls city bids fair to become famous for the many pearls found here One weighing 66 grains sold for 1800 It tae found by an old Swede named Benton on the clam bed which produced the fa mono Queen Mary about a month ago Drowned In the Maumee Bowling Green 0 June 28Don Harried Joseph La Parro and Grover Camphor three young men who lived In thIs vlclnlly were drowned In the Maumee river near Perrysburg while bathing 1901 JULY 1901 Su Mo TU We Th Fri Sat 1234567 8 9 10111213 14151617181920 21222324252627 28 29 30 31 d i t WHAT BADra0ADS COSt Aarleallarat Interciti sager Moil From the Mud We have just paused through one of the two periods of tho year when Iho country roads problem forces Itself prominently lo the front and hecomcn living Isauo with every one who linn not paved streets and improve sidewalks to imsH over says the Chicago Evening Post Thcrtt Is no stale In the Union In which the qtiPHtlon can Ill IK morel for there Is no suite In which the country ronds In the opening of MprlnK and the iNKlntiluK of winter are In rvasonnlily HMilile condition Ag ricultural IntiTCHU ovprywliirv im tin heaviest HUffererH tree the wretched conditions of the country roailx Jimt how much they have Kuffontl ruin this cause they have never IMHII able lo tH tltuate Ilnil they hind any ctinwptlou of the extent of their losses It IH probable they would have ixertii them eaves lung RIll to bring about n mllcnl chuii e ntul would have supplied themselves with good rouilH IrrtKiHctlve of the first west of tin work which U tie cliknlty time heaviest iwrtlon of It What they have fnlletl to do for themselves In the nuttier ot cutlinnten the nKrlciiltnrnl Upurtineiit IIUN ac fotnplUlittl for Uieiu It set n corps of experts to nMciTlnln tin actual coiull lions nml to IHlllimte till direct losses HUlTereil liy the fnrnilnc coiiiinuiiltUH through the lack of iernianent tountry highways tasllj innnltile nt nil IHUIIH tile year and In nil conditions of the weather The average cast of Lnullni fiirm products trout the fnrnm to the olnt of nhlinent hlr the entire Unltisl States U edits MT ton IHT milt Tlio rnllrondu clinrKe less than halt n tnt a tulle pier ton for linnllng these products tu market or nlmut onellftlelli tint amount It coals Hit farineni thetalselves to deliver the goods to Ihe railways Throe flgiiiv show how extremely shortHlKhtMl tine nKriculturul cuinuiunt tlen are In iHTitilttlne their highways Id remain an they are nt rmcnl The illffcrotire In the cost of Improving the country n1t111111111 of hauling over them an they are If Ill lI an It might wry well would nroko them rich In very feW years- MAKING GOOD ROADS CdarmlloHUl Work of the Kiillnniil Aiiorlnllun The conntnictloii of n goof country road nit demonstrated l y time ciM ll tlon adult out by the National HOtH- IlIomll association nt rioimiiioor recent ly U by n means n dlltlcult or couiill cited matter says the Chicago Trlh tints To prtpnn the ground tor the road It U necessary first to secure IHT feet drnlliaKe The cwillld must protrclrtl from the tnlUtrntlon of ground water which would cause n raving In of time rtmdUil After thus drainage hall Iwen nttendtil to tin surface of tho roast is liveletl ItOAW lUAUtll AT WORK and shaped Into convex fonn hYlIIlnli1l of the Bradlnc machine a sort of sue face plow pulletl by hones or mules Where long stretches of road an to lie constructed a traction engine will lie found n better menus for pulling the grader than animal power After time roadbed has IKHU put In proper condition It Is covered with a six Inch layer of slag which Is rolleil hard and couijiacl by means of a heavy roller On top of the slag n layer of crushed limestone spread which also Is rolled until It becomes hard and solid A thin layer of sifted crushed tone Is distributed on top of tho lime stone and again rolled several limes having been sprinkled before time roll lug After the road Is completed the top layer of limestone will tone nil almost waterproof roof of the roadbed The water will make It almost as hard as concrete nail enable It to withstand the effect of narrow tired heavy wag ours tot n mug Unit The demonstrating party of the Na tional Good hands association does not liKe the nine method of building roads In every cute The method Is adptnl to the conditions existing In each locality and also vrfrlcs as to the material used In time work In a general way however time system Is the same In every case Poorly Drained Road It Is the settled opinion of road ex perts that farmers would better aban don dirt roadmaldng unless they do It scientifically If the dirt subway bo left to itself It becomes hand pnckixi at least In the course of yeas while tho elaborately graded nUll good f look at but Insufficiently drain handiwork of the unscientific road makers falls an easy victim to the first severe rainy season because It has not bad time to be packed by traffic Iraprore Country and Town One of the casentlaln III this good road from time farm to the mllrkltIThe product of the farm can keted al n lower coat This rId more for It r 1notilepnnkUq i I VA Problem in Arithmetic Uoren is not n monevinitkinK Insti Itsl+ti pay Mwt and wurminK the nuliool roouw obi Tho Hospital fed inmiroH ram in any nlckiieHN Unit you uroHafor in her a limn nt lionul Anti then you mast lute lit Beren you have to rat oven if you stay lit homo You hilly hoard yourself under proper ru uliilloim ward in approved fitmilieH in liorea or Ixmnl at cost in Colligo buildingR The idiiiH an Kiviin below mud hhoiilil bo Miidictl carefully Not icl oHixcialy Itooni fiiol incidental lew and ono niontirH bound iiiimt Im paid In tdrulcrl will Im ro iiJiilM mom in till spriiigtpay only SJlW for incidental few J Stu liMitn In A Grnmmnriiml Ile low have free ttuthuokM 5 StndtintH bring their own bt d thug and loivtlH n Ii you get tiny work to do for HIM Cilii pi you urn paid nt till end oftiicli inoiilh in crotiitH on tuihoul QxpPIINPN 7 They cunt hind you money but tlin TriMifliiKr und every teacher will ho ywir frirntt- Necessary T Expcnscs for Term 12 Weeks It pyln ii little citn mon 7 for 1t- K1IhHIM amt nlbcr tine tint the niconarjf r1rnr art uljr a lnllurn par ilio ant lr IIAU HALL tVhuaUltirMrnUI toe 160 W Kx UL 1111 Vt tIU 700- li f Keyurln6I00 IIII- 8em UMrrlc 700 IM reel mill ell I 30 S arnlofluudry IV runt ioiitIiIIINnl 00 s W 1I i6SI Wri M ftMlmifix M Ma IhMnl a o0 llrKlniiliiK W v llonnl 6 00 S 00 I h I e Krj tkII It Ilininl 00 TolnJ KI r ti 17 Wrrk SB 7a III r r HUM lraimnrliiliitf flu tI fo- rLnlu1II farm IncMfuUl t v making lite lUaltMilr SXI1V- art 4atr Pith ntl UHKllirr toUhlay lIon itKimaiul tint moraiia turf uuklug ItM luMl onlr f liaPurl Ii ffl mill more In Winter mi M emu 1111 hiln frn- 0IrIU who Loft ihmnwJT MB ifnil M rrpnThirk- or n few 11Mni niton will fir arutf rtimil nlilrh will Mona ova whnl UfK far Ihr hrnerl- OAIS oomcT mil ASK YOUR QMOCKM illI CREAM OF WHEAT A SUAUAe7 aalff- CRAM e1 WMtar GMmNtArotle MiN BICKHELL Ii EARLY Bem Ky SIlver Plate that Wears 184i Rogers Bros 1847 Rogers Bros No SubstitutionI- s one of the thing you make sure of to buying front us Knives Forks Spoons etc stamped 1847 Rogers Brosr we can anti will furnish you We shall not try to make you think some other Rogers Is Just ns good or will wear just ns long 1847 is the acknowledged original and genuine and iniitations are bound to be poor substi tutes You kuowitt We know it Incidentally let us state that the late styles which we arc now showing are Tar superior to anything before produced cqualling sterling in design and finish It would be haul indeed to improve tae wearing quality in silver plate Come in anti see them T A ROBINSON OPTICIAN JEWELER Welchs Block Berea Kentucky RELIGIOUS THOUGHT- OeteOtekardfYro the Teachla of All Denomination Tills Is a Christian government though not legally recognized an Much In tho conetltullddzltty frank B Rowland Metbodlst ItufTalo The Dotr of the Church Christ built a hospital everywhere He built a church and that ought to bo the nplrlt of the church the mainte nance of Mane charltyHev 0 A Dickey Ireaybk tan General Modera tor Kllher Right or Wros Christianity In right or wrong and with the worllllrlhtnllll wrong there 1Mno cotmiiratlvc degree If Clrlrttlinlty Is right nothing should deter uu from ItIkv Ktlwln M Hughes Malden MUM Known br II PrUlt The tent doctrine Is that which does most to innka men godlike and the list denomination Is the one that will graduate the fluent nalnU and the most of them Ilev Dr Charles 11 Iark burnt Presbyterian New York Thr ln urnee of the Hktitmthj- ChrlHtlan stud Jew alike all theolog teal hale Hjillltlng nftldr ate Interested In having the Habbatb no kept that Its iMnellcent Influence to brighten mud up lift till life of the people shall be most widely MtJtv Ir H Bale Hebrew Ht Louis Be OnllntUtlr It us be optimists Let us bvlhnrln- the brighter day It le the promlxe of a Saviour whose hurls never tall to the ground Toller for truth nod right work Ulli work and 1IlJlulrllutnv- C I Wlshart Reformed Presbyterian Allegheny PaMonrr Worship The iKiHHeHlon of enormous wealth tends ti blind the eye n to the rights nod claims of others The puHslon fort Klf U one thnt render a man very ob tune when grunt moral questions are brought before him Her Dr Lorlrner Fremont Temple n don TIt thWIr of C11i11 No lodge or gathering of any kind can compare or be NUhxtltutcd for the church of Christ Make no mistake ns to tIn billy of Chrlit It Is no statue no galvanlred corpse or dummy or mnnnlkln of anjort UlHbop Warren A Caudllr Methodist Atlanta Ilas Hll lon Loaf U lluldfI- kMelon has lout UN bull upon the people and thl reason Is that It ban slot lnHii dads the Warp and1 woof of earl liiNtrtiotlmi We have allowed Christ to deK ned from his place as n tench er of youth Illght Itev Mgr Thomas J Conaty Catholic Washington Trw1 Uu1 TriiHt reliance dependence are IhlniiM to U tlerclHod by the creature not by time creator Thensiio trouble with God Its all with us If we will trust he will lntowt If we will lean be wtll mtppuiiilf we1 will hoi he will fulllll If we will have faith be will brine It to puBHItcv Cl J Wright Chaplain 1nlted States iXavy ThirCharrh nnd Work lukPk Ohnt1 lfothlMiicn With the ham mer mid the trowel It Is the church you are fib free to cenMiire that has brightened slid ennobled the tollers life nod It In to the church ilespltc nil Its nhortromlngD you miiHt look1 for up lifts and tMihirglriK freediltn In1 the ti morrowsS Hev George H Coo III bll ChrUtlitn Oliiircli KsMMnCltyi Oodi Irllakl ri nnmo Thin durch Ii Qods great spiritual dynamo for thb c6neenlratlon and transference 16 hlii Rople oY bid mighty nloral energy There may be such a thing as attaching too much Imirar taupe to till church viewed from the standHilnl of Individuals but wo can not estimate It too highly as the visi ble body of Jesus Christ Hov Janice II Nixon Methodist Plttsburg The Rlpeillt of Bill God does not use bis sickle ot destruction upon the wicked until they are ripe We often wonder why tho wicked are allowed to live so long and prosper lret not thyself because of evildoers says the psalmist for they shall soon Iw cut down The wicked are not ripe yet hence are not cut down The ripening process1 Is golnir ouHev A IL Holderby Moore M mortal Church Atlanta The CommoBWrmKh of Oed There will bj no snore political COt niptlon when tho Christ life In dotnt mint In thl life of all the men and wo IIIInlllthl world Then we will bu ono family brotlierrt and sisters children of the mine Father each of un anxious not to get hunt to give not to hurt lint 16 help not to pull down but to set up WhallbavetltabllllllltJ on earth tilt commonwealth of OtlItet Ur Sllnot J Savage Unitarian New York God Tests Some ask Why does God send suf fering lute the world 7 Why not kill thi devil have the soldiers come home from the battlefields place hags of gold at the wor mans door and let the sick walkout Of the hospitals Hut God Intends that we should suffvr and bear thote fthat we way be tried and true when weare called hence God hjtnxelf suffered as1 none of usRev Hither J O 8 Huutlngtouf Eplsco ptillan New Yor- kliumorlalltjrIi CertAl One thing Is certain that death changes nothing except location anti standpoint Personality remains un touched TbCffrave coversno faculty of iheBOUl I myself wtl1 iblgoIntot- he tomb Before imy body Is taken there I shall leave It and It will go alone Its duty done Its mission ended I love lilY body and my parting will not ibe without a cvrtalu kind of sorrow just as tender associations move pie to tears wfien I move out of an old house In wilch 1have lived for years IliitI have Joy alsoforl Icavea vrora tout home for IDewandbetter one Rev George H Hepwortb Coacreg ttoaalM New Peek Advice In Ilia Answers The Itev John McNeil was holding BTpylynl service nt Cardiff Wales ntrtl niumuucttl Hint lie would answer any question about the BIble At once a note was flint up to lilfa rending M follow Denr Mr McNelll If you are necking to ielp young men kindly tell me who wnn CnlnM wife Tlint Koeirtwl n tposer find the audl eiue wolfed with intense interest tern IMTM with nuiiiflemeut to mc how the Rood nmn would extricate himself After n in u no he said love young men cupeclnlly young Inquirer for light nod I would give tliH young mall a word of advice It In Dont lose your souls salvntlou loliklng after othtpeoples wives The Iavroeof the Plnarln Mill Aliout the year TO II C Mlthrldntei klug of Cnppndocln one of the mOlt liiKeiiloiiH anti able princes of the time Invented the first mllldrivon by water This trliimpliOf his Hklll and Ingenuity he caused to ho erected In the Iniiuc dlnte vlelnlty of the royal pnlacc in the eourne of time the Ciippdiloclnn hnkent necnnic ceh hrnted and were In great demand throughout all parts of the world an then known These mills were usually placed up on iMiiitH on the river being so elevated and contrived nil to he easily driven by the water mid the millers were thuH enabled to wove from piece to place distributing tho meal to their customers A lrofc loni l Blander I hum satisfied now thnt I have made a professional blunder In your case the physicInn said noting the symp tom of tile put lent A blunder doctor Dont I seem to be Improving fast enough You are Improving too fast Your malady had begun to Interest me ex ceedingly and I wanted to leo what It would develop Into allowed to run but stupidly gave you a prescription that has knocked It entirely out of you- rsystemChlcago Tribune Not Correlative- Mrs Uouiekeep Do you really meap to say you Are looking tor work 7 Harvard nnsbeen No lady thats neither what I sa leI nor what meant to any I inld I was looking for em ployment Philadelphia Press MALCOM KIRK A Tale or Moral Horolim In Overcoming the World By OHABLES M SHELDON dtaAorujin Iii Stryr QvctAzImof Philip Stnrny Robert llanf tattn IlL Oopyrtglit 1W by tt dune Publltbtng Co IOONUNUXD CHA1TKII II KIRK RECEIVES illS SECOND cXtL MID ACTS UrOT IT Im superintendent missions for Kansas I want you to take a church out there Youre just the man Nee tern looking for Dont say No for I must have you Kirk looked at the superintendent thoughtfully Was this the second call he hnd mentioned There this scholarship I feel the need of the training abroad All right Go on with that But there a church that will bcrrailj for you nt time end of your year there Its lii the growing town of Conrad and a great opening for hard work The man there now will leave at the end of the year Kirk said nothing lie looked out of his window Right across the campus stood the beautiful residence of Dorothy Gilberts father It was not the first time ho hall looked In that direc thou Ior course continued the Btipcrln tendent briskly you understand the church U n homo mlsslouary church and cannot offer you n large salary They can raise iierlinps 100 or posM bly WM The society will grant SiHX or You could count on about JSOO probably Kirk was ulltut He turned his head away from tho window and glanced around his room The shabby peeked woks the simple places of furniture the faded carpet the monger turnll Ings all stuote him keenly It was Slot the nrst time his poverty hall thrust self upon him coarsely but be seemed to feel It more deeply than ever As bo faced time superintendent who was waiting for a reply lurk had a most astonishing and absurd feeling come over Idol He was not thinking nbout his German scholarship or about the superintendent The superintendent would have been smitten Into bewilder ment If he could have read KIrkfl thought What Kirk was saying to himself was llow cnn Dorothy Gilbert and I lire on 800 a year ln a home mlssloimrychnreh Well the superintendent spoke with n slight trace of fiupatlonce what do you 8817 Give me a favorable answer You can make your mark out there plenty of hard ark but a good tick Tell mDyotfll take IfVery well I promise to take the field If It Is open when I finish m1j studies abroad Kirk spoke quietly but his lips closed firmly and ho turned bin head and looked out over the campus again There was a little more talk between them and the superintendent wont o tIThe minute lib was gone Kirk pulled down his curtains and looked his door It was a little after noon and the regular commencement dinner was served at L lie walked up and dowel 1118I darkened room talking to himself future was at last decided at lenst for a time Ue had some place Ia the wink AstrieiwaIledlla 1Krwu ambitious aa a Christian gentlemaD should boolie wanted to do great things In the king lomof God onearth Could be dA them In that little hom missionary church It was not at all contrary to his reg ular bnhlts of lire that he kneeled down anti prayed It was a prayer of thanks giving and also one of petition II knew with perfect clearness as b kneeled In his darkened room that loved Dorothy Gilbert with all hl might The complete absurdity of hl position had nothing to do with the fact that ho loved her She wax rich she was accomplished she was beauti ful she ions of nu old and distinguish ed family but he loved her lie wns poor he was plain looking he had n prospects beyond his scholarship nnd 1700 or 800 a year In la homo mission ary church but he loved Dorothy Oil bert It made no difference thnt his Christian training seemed to rebuke his choice of one far removed rota him In every way That did not de stray hU feeling for her and did not change IL In his prayer he cried wisdom he asked to be led by tll Spirit He was not the man to wreck n lire of Christian service on a passion of the heart even If Its hunger were fed But when he arose and went ove to the nlumnl hnll to jolts the cuss there at the foul banquet he carries with him the knowledge that the fu tutu fur him must have Dorothy all bert with It It he would do or be ht1 he felt he had n right toproy for TJio week that followed commence merit day nt Ilcnnon found Kirk almost alone In tho seminary building Ho hail been employed by one of the professors In doing some special copy tug of a book manuscript In n few days this would be finished He hUll fixed on the following Thursday to sail for Liverpool He had determined to begin his studies as soon ns possible He had been t6 see the president o the faculty about his scholarship liud to his grhittrOllet found that he was largely free to study In the way that seemed utmost value to himself You see Its this way sir he hind explained to the president It will 1M mo very little good to go to a German university and take some special course In language or history I feel the need of another method of study It I can use this scholarship to study human conditions In large cities going to the people for my material at first hand It will be of Infinitely larger value to me and to the seminary than a course In lectures and books You ore free to mark out your own methods of study replied time presi dent According to the terms of the scholarship the only condition Is a year spent abroad In some regular course of study with a report of It to be made within six months to the sept inary Bo Kirk was happy In his thought of the years work and when the treas urer had given him the check for the 700 and behind gone to Boston and en gaged Ills passage In the Intermediate cabin he felt as If he hind a very inter esting years life before him He had come back to his room and made his fiiinl preparations for leaving They were very simple necessnrlly He was going lIght handed Ito live In the most frugal economical manner possi ble It was now Tuesday evening Ills vessel sailed Thursday afternoon He was all ready to go and yet be Lad an Irresistible longing to see Dorothy Gil bert before he went He fought against the Inclination un til 8 oclock und then did what he knew he would do all alonghe dressed the most careful manner he knew how and walked straight across the campi to her house As be wont up the steps he heard the piano Dorothy was playing When he was In the hall he glanced Into the parlor and saw Francis Raleigh standing there Then a fit of timidity seized him Something In Raleighs face and manner made him feel that It was Impossi ble to see Dorothy Gilbert with the gifted artist He asked the servant If Mr Gilbert was at home anti said he wnhtcd to see him a few moments- It was the nearest to a lie that Mal corn Kirk ever approached However when the servant ushered him into Mr Gilberts library be was not sorry to have a talk with the publisher- Mr Gilbert had been abroad Kirk asked him several questions about cities and people on the continent He grew every moment more interested and staid for more than an hour Mr Gilbert Insisted on presenting him with two or tree copies of Baedeker and followed him out Into the hall when ho finally rose to go wishing him a sue cessf ul year of study The piano had stopped and the door Into the parlor was closed but Khk- cotlldbcar voices and tfsecmed to him that they were unusually earnest He Imagined he could detect a tone of pleading In one of them lie went out Into the night and walk cd the seminary campus under the grave elms for two orthrce hours He felt disappointed Ho went over his1 prospects He viewed from all aides bis position nso man with a tarter and before ho lot himself Into his dingy room ho bad gone down Into a depth of self depreciation that measured a vale ley of humiliation t6rhlm But when he awoke the next day he determined with a dull obstinacy that was a part of his character that he would see Dorothy Gilbert before be went away And whtJn evening tame ho walked over to the house again She was playing the piano again but this time alone She turned around aa Kirk entered and smiled as It she were glad to see him and before he had time to think of any possible shy ness he was talking about his pros pects the places ho expected to visit the methods he was planning to use As the talk went on Dorothy Gilbert pew non tolerated Klrk i eleeJtMI something to do with It But aside from that ho was at his best while DorothyIwas a eral times she was startled at her Ye JJehadI doeneeloOnII heard you playing the Traunio rei when I coma In Miss Gilbert Will you please play It again1 Dorothy looked surprised at the ab Impt change but without a word went knowIplayed well better than any one he had ever beard When she finished she turned about goodmThe Germans especially furnish the people with the very best music In the smalleShe suddenly colored deeply as she thought he might Imply that she was thinking of his poverty of his Inability expensIver BaldIthan I have heard tonight thoIhim the evening before But It passed away quickly and to his relief he felt a certain toward strength and Indomi table courage fill him Dorothy wasat first amused at the compliment then she was suddenly excited by It Kirk was as simple hearted as a child He bad revealed his secret In the tone and manner of his words It was the last thing In the world he bad expected to betthave done as he did He rose at once and walked straight over to the fireplace On the mantel was a miniature of Dorothy painted by a New York artist a young woman who was famous for such work- I have no righfKlrk spoke with out a tremor but It I take this and keep It for a year sacredly to guard It from every eye but my own and never to speak of It and then return It when I come back She was so surprised that hsr self possession tailed her Kirks band was on the miniature with a mastery that Dorothy noticed even at that mo mentYou are not unwilling I make no claim I have none I simply shall keep It for ra year Perhaps the constant sight of it will prove to me bow hopeless The man paused and looked straight at Dorothy There was something so hungry and at the same time so unaffected in his look that again Dorothy was speechless He took the picture and It lay In his great palm a moment and then his fingers closed slowly over It He looked up at her again She had turned away and was nervously tracing lines with her fingers on the tableI have no excuse to offer for what I hare done he said and there was that In his voice that made Dorothy look up I realas all the distance between us It will do no harm to letme have thepletureand may do me good Dorothy at last found her voice I have not let you have It It seems to me you have taken It anyway You did notsay no replied Mal com Kirk firmly Then be paused as If waltmgan answer And again aile was silent He moved toward the hall I love you Dorothy Gilbert he said and he looked almost handsome as he said It He stood there an Instant and then he was gone and Dorothy rer malucd like one who has felt some great emotion not yet measured She had refused to let Francis Raleigh have the miniature He bad begged for It He also was going abroad to finish his studies In art But when lib asked for the picture she bad told him no and bo bad gone away without a definite answer to his petition that she hhag thanIgive him the original of the picture For he had told her of his love before be went And now this other And he1 bad gone wttk the miniature after all He had actually taken It Dorothy a1dflUe lead no right But why did I not tell him BOT Somehow Malcom Kirk was a part of her memory now had not time to ask what It might 2 IBhe mean One moment she laughed then Writ tar Mriou then she turned NuM Ii the herself with a short laugh The Idea a theologue and homely and awkward at that Why I have actually laughed at him But nevertheless she full the Impossibility of laughing at Malcom Kirk any morc No truu woman ever laughs at the honest love of a ulaii no matter how poor or unattractive ho may be and Dorothy Gilbert was a true woman at heart As for Malcom Kirk he went on- board the steamer the next afternoon with a fecllqg thnt was almost content It Is truo he felt a little uneasy to think he had told Dorothy Gilbert PO plainly that bo loved her But then 1m was sure It had done no harm It was the truth and besides when he came back would bo return the picture without a word 7 Might he not claim the right to keep It always He scarcely pretended to answer this question He found his way to ida room In the intermediate cabin and came out on the deck again As the steamer went down the harbor he thoughtfully reviewed Ills course nail looked out Into the now life before him With quiet hope It was 10 oclock when be went down to his room As he proceeded to arrange his few effects In the little apart went called a cabin one of the stew ards came by There were two or three other men sitting at the table In the dining and lounging room Any of you a clergyman i asked the steward No one answered and Kirk after a moment stepped out and said Im a clergyman What Is wanted The steward looked a little doubtfully at the long unattractive figure Theres a woman down aft hero in a poor way She wants some one to pray with her Ill go said Kirk quietly and he followed the steward not knowing as be went that this his first ministry of service was to prove one of tho most remarkable events In his eventful life Meanwhile tho steamer had reached the limits of the harbor The great ocean now lay wide and solemn before her and the lookout on tho forward deck was saying to himself Its going to be a beautiful night On the promenade deck two men were pacing up and down But how did It happen Raleigh that you took passage on the Cunard line I thought you were planning to I go by the Anchor line from New York- I did plan to go two weeks later but circumstances changed my move ments1 shall be glad to get to work again nod Im thankful to be thrown In with you Ed We can talk over old college days They turned In front of the music room and the light fell on Francis Ra lelghs taco It was at this moment that Malcom Kirk down In the Inter mediate cabin kneeled to pray The lookout on the bow was saying We shall have a quick voyage TO BE coirnirum Farmers Combine For Road Farmers of Wabash county lad are showing bow good roads can be built by cooperation and at much reduced cost They have an agreement among themselves on road building each owner of land abutting on a highway to be Improved pledging In work or cash 1150 per each acre within half a mile of the road Payment may within three years and the burdenfIthus distributed Is hardly felt The work Is done In dull seasons and gravel roads have replaced the old mud highways over many miles of turnpike On the completion of a road tho task of maintaining It Is assumed by the coun ty authorities The gratifying feature of the matter is the evidence It affords of the appreciation by the farmers In terested of the added value given to the farm by good roads Much of the opposition to the good roads movement has come from the class which should be quick to engage In It and as ready to pay a proper share of Its cost Ills a time saving and money saving In vestment for them- REPORTERS CORRESPONDENTS or WRITERS Wanted everywhere Stories news ideas poems illustrated articles ad vance news drawings photographs unique articles etc etc purchased publicationparticulars and full information be articles The Bulletin Press Association New York BUY T- HENESEWING MACHINE Do not be deceived those who ad vertise a 6000 BewllgMaclilno for 12000 This of n CUD be bought from usornny of our from 1500 to1800 WC MAKE A VARIETY THE NEW HOME IS THE BEST Tho Feed determines tho strength or weakness of Sewing Double Feed combined with other strong points stakes the New Ifouiethe lest Sewing Machine to buy dlrnwo than ubicturo and prices before jmrcluulug THE REW HOME SEWING MACHINE ORANGe MS Union Bq N Yf Chicago Atlanta anBt LuuUHo DallaMTtrstkla Kmnclsco Cal ran SALE BY SISCOU COH IIclulaSTUIe t Ky a 1 4 I THE GITIZENBEREA KYJULY 4 1901 DRINKERS WARNED Even Small Qnantlllr of Alcohol fct Meal Are Harmful Professor Victor IIorsley F n B lecturing at tile London Institution de dared emphatically against the uso of alcohol In a dietetic form The sub- Ject be dealt with was to be precise t Thu Effect of Alcohol on the Nervous System and his remarks were listen ed to by a crowded audience At the outset the professor said tha- his purpose was to lay before his audi ence a survey of the most recent work that had been done on the question of taking Into the body not large quanti ties of alcoholthat was known to be InJurIousbut small quantities usually spoken of as dietetic that which p pIe Imbibed at mealtimes Alcohol roe ed like all drugs selectively upon tissues It acted more partlci irly on the peripheral nerves running In the limbs and extremities The tact tha alcohol In quantities not cnoufh to pro duce drunkenness but In such a quan tlty aa to justify the term of soaking produced paralysis of the nerves and extremities bad only recently been recognized Professor Honley called to hIs ai the results of recent Investigations by Professor Kraepelln an authority whose name should ho thought be a household word who pointed out alcohol had an Immediately quickenin- effect but that was followed by a see ond stage of failure and loss of power The subjective sensation of well being such as was experienced for Instance after taking wine was be declared a deception as regarded the activity et the brain In doing Intellectual work and it was also a deception as regard ed the performance of muscular work It was however new for them to learn that It was a sprious Intellectual deception to take alcohol even In ex tremely small quantities This fact was of great Importance In endeavor ing to understand how a substance like alcohol which paralyzed could also stimulate The first effect of a small quantity of alcohol was to suspend or to Interfere with the operation of the highest parts of the brain which translated Into popular language meant the loss of the controlling mechanism as though a brake bad been removed from a wheel which went on more quickly than before but not necessa rily more efficiently On the other hand experiments with tea showed that at first It produced an acceleration but there was no paralyzing effect subsequently The stimulation stage with this liquid passed away but there was no loss of power and precisely the same thing bad been shown with regard to coffe- eWOMEN DRINKING MORE Secret DronkcBneiB OB the lacreaie Amattf Knflmjtf Gentler Sea It Is I fear true that drunkenness has lately Increased among Englishwomen and not only among those of them who are dwellers In the slums but also among the well to do and the wealthy Indeed In regard to this vice the women of Great Britain of all so cial grades and of all degrees of cul ture have a bad preeminence among the English speaking women of the world In the United Statas and Canada In toxlcatlon among women li compara tlvely rare In Australia Tasmania and New Zealand the condition of wo men as regards this vice Is tar better than It Is with us In England It la true that of the total number of persons arrested for drunkenness In thIs country women constitute rather less than a third but In that third few save those belonging to the submerged sections are Included Of the working class and the middle and upper class female drunkards very few ever see the Interior of a police court Secret drinking Is their scourge But there Is a great deal of that In this country It Is customary to at tribute female Intemperance almost ex elusively to grocers licenses Yet In Gothenburg grocers licenses forma far larger proportion otall licenses than they do In England Yet women there and throughout Scandinavia generally are exceedingly temperate It Is to something deeper reaching and much less manageable than grocers licenses bad as these are that we owe this curse Our fathers ate sour grapes and our teeth are set on edge Agnes f Slack In Union Signal IlBilrr OB Alcohol In a letter published In his Life and Letters replying to a question as to what he thought of alcohol as a stim ulant to the brain In mental work Professor IIuxley said Speaking for myselfand perhaps I may add for persons of my tempera wentI can say without hesitation that I would just as soon take a dose of arsenic as I would of alcohol under such circumstances Indeed on the I should think the arsenic safer fwlesslikely to lead to physical and mor al degradation It will be better to die outright than to be alcohol ed before death If a man cannot do brain work withoutstimulants of any kind be had better turn to hard work It Is an In dication on nature part that she did not mean him to be a bead worker ChloKoi Saloon BBIBCII Nearly onethird of the more than f11 000000 of Chicagos yearly revenue Is derived from saloon licenses Other facts and figures presented by the Chicago Tribune show the size of the rum business There are 0871 saloons In the city and It la estimated that they sell 1700000 barrels of beer In a year and of course largo quantities of liq uors It Is assumed that the saloons big and little tako In an average of 25 a day Virtually all of them keep open on Sunday and for a year of 866 days a this means 58185875 a year M the bar bill of Cblcag e qtr Other Locals- T A Robinson the Jeweler is now settled iu his new stand in Welchs Block and is prepared to do repairing of Watches and Jewelry of all kinds on short notice Mrs Yocum Mrs Hudson Misses Abbie Morrow and Ethel Todd G W Pow and Dr Burgess will at Cint cinnati Saturday to Monday Married June 26 at the homo of tho brides uncle in Winchester Mr H C Tiusloy and Miss Lottie F Woodford Mr and Mrs Tinsloy graduated at Berea College Isaac Todd postmaster at Hock ford was in our oflico Saturday Mr Todd is a candidate for assessor of rhotaction of the Republican Primary which meets Aug 1C The following students at Berea were awarded first class certificates to 21dand 22 J W Copo and Willie Blan ton iu Madison County Mrs Frank Coylo Misses Laura Spence and Ida andgD G Bales in Garrard County The theory that two bodies cannot occupy the same space at the same time is partially dispelled by tho use of the long distance telephone Our telephone company have receiveda number of such instruments and we can visit and converse with momeu tarially as it were friends in distant citiesMr and Mrs Eb Spink and chil dren of Illinois accompanied by their son Mark Mrs Hudson and son Estmer Misses Morn and Nellie Bur dette Mary and Rosa Parks and John and Charley Burdette all of this place Visited the caves on Horse Lick three days last week They enjoyed the trip very much Mr and Mrs Spiuk and children left for their homo in Illinois Monday after a very pleas ant visit in Berea andvicinity Miss Robinson has secured au op portunity for an exhibit of Homespun at tho PanAmerican Exposition It is to be found in the central court yard of the Manufacturers and Lib eral Arts Building immediately to the right as one enters from tho south sad is a part of the exhibit of the National Arts Club of New York City The coverlet included in this exhibit was woven by Mrs Anderson of Jackson County Public Meeting and Picnic of the Kentucky Colored Teachers Association July 4 in Berea Tabernacle 9 A M Our District Schools Speeches by Bell White Hathaway and Mrs Sophia P Craig 11 A M A Farmers Independence PBOP CARVER Tuskegee Ala BASKET DINNER AS 12 OCLOCK 230 P M Race Progress Addresses by PROF L WILLIAMS of Covington Ky and PRO Coos of Washington D O EVERYBODY WELCOME RAILWAYS AND HIGHWAYS strew the Former Are Deneflted br Improved lined The Illinois Central railroad has started a very practical movement In this section In the Interest of good roads says the New Orleans Times Democrat It la one that will have we feel confident the support of all and will be followed by tho other com panies aa well It Is needless to point out that a railroad Is benefited by good roads In the country It runs through Whatever brings prosperity to the tributary region of course brings busl neas and prosperity to It Good roads allow produce for shipment by the railroad to be brought a much longer distance and in better condition than otherwise possible It the roads are bad It will scarcely pay to haul goods more than 12 or 16 miles they will not bear longer transporta tion but It the highways are well maintained these same goods can be hauled 25 and 80 miles at no greater cost But while It Is undoubtedly to the Interest of the companies to look after the highways and make sure that they are maintained In good order the railroads have generally so much other work to attend to that they can scarce ly give time and attention to this mat ter which cannot be regarded as a part of their legitimate duties The good roads movement show great strength in the north where a practical test has proved that a road way will pay for Itself In two years that Is the profit of the formers from the cheaper hauling will In two years exceed the original cost of the high way The south however has done Uttle In thla matter aa yet for which reason the work of the Illinois Central will be all the more appreciated 11Ma1 Mist Hlatiwars Up to Jan 1 last the MaaMenoMtts highway eton had Improved 810 sdlea of gird at a eoet of more than VOOOyOOfll Correspondence TO OUR CORRESPONDENTS Pleaso dont let this weather dis courage you HO much aa to cause you to quit writing to Till CITIZEN regu larlyLet us hear from Wallacetou Eversole Coukliug Bright Shade Panola Kirby Knob Collingsworth Whites Station and all the other places Wo would very much appre elated a nosy letter from Wild ie Evans and Hickory Grove I can tell you hov you can earn enough money luring vacation to pay all your expenses for the Fall Winter or Spring Term at Borea College Write now to John Dodwoll Citizen Office Boron K- yRockcastle County Clear Creek William Gadd is improving after serious sickness Farmers in this part are very busy working in their crops JK Hammond Jr visited friends in Madison County last Sunday Mrs Ehza Hammond who hadOfn very low with chills is slowly improv ing 0 M Payne the hustling merchant has just received a new line of Mon and Boys Hats Rockford News is scarce with us just now AP Gadd was in Bores Saturday Crops are needing rain at present- A number of our people visited at Disputauta Sunday Miss Ray Allman visited Miss Mae Todd a few days ago W H Stephens called on his 1 best girlat Clear Creek Sunday Jake Jones has moved to the farm lately bought of Jas E Dalton Our farmers are quite busy har vesting wheat and laying by corn Frank Jones of Livingston moved to the farm vacated by his brother JakoA number of our young people among them some of the little ones visited the Misses Vairs Sunday and had quite an enjoyable time Withers The Sundayschool Fairview is in good condition John Drew of Orlando has been sick the past week A number of Richmond men are here prospecting for coal This county has decided on a primary to be held August 16th Mrs Ollie Abner of Orlando died June 27 at the home of her eon JasperA of our neighbor boys are preparing to come to Boron to school this fall Joseph Drew one of our merchants is preparing to build a storehouse at EvergreenJ Co of Orlando re cently received a largo tie contract from the L N Mr and Mrs Drew of Orlando were gumta of Mr and Mrs J F Mullins last Sunday Tip Langford a foreman on the K C who has been very sick is out again with his crew Our farmers are taking advantage of the good weather to clean their corn Crops are promising a good yieldUncle Stephen Anglin is the oldest man in our community He is 97 years old and goes about among his friends THE HOME CHILDRENS NERVBS They IUv n M nrkril Kttcct Sloth on Their Look and Dlipotltloui Nervousness is a childish ailment which masquerades under n variety of names naughtiness being the one most in use H the cases of any ten so called intractable children were to be investigated long school hours improper rood or lack of out door exercise would bo found the trouble with at least nine of thorn These things all effect the nerves although the symptoms are different in different children The high spir ited ones indulge in mischievous pranks which drive their elders al most distracted I I cant imagine what is the matter with Tommy said a young school teacherIC He is tract iblo enough during the morning but along toward the middle of the afternoon he begins to I cut up as if a demon of mischief possessed him 1 remembered the case of another child He also was considered un inauagublo until the doctor suggested shorter school hours lows night study and a chance to indulge in out of door sports After a month of the new order of affairs the change in his disposition surprised every one In girls nervousness shows itself differently They bite their nails and lips and more than one girl student has spoiled her good looks for life by little tricks of this sort A school mate of mine was in the habit of rolling down her lower lip with her pencil while she studied As n net suit it acquired an ugly drop which she could never get rid of Another girl found it impossible to study un loss she twisted and pulled a short Lockon her right temple The result was peculiar The lock turned a decided gray after a couple of yearn and when she went to a specialist to find the reason why he traced it di rectly to her nervous trick As for the cuiuvi where childrens nails and lips are daily bitten to the quick they are so common they are scarcely worth mentioning It is noticeable however that the moment these girls begin their vacations their nervous habits cease completely and are only resumed when they go back to their overcrowded study hours A prominent doctor said recently IC If parent would think less of cramming their children with useless knowledge which they forget in a few years and would appreciate the value of giving them calm nerves and healthy bodies which they retain through life the human race would be vastly benefited not only in looks but in character MAUD ROBINSON A simple way to clean knives is to take a small piece of old Brussels carpet sprinkle it well witheither bath brick or emery powder and slightly moisten it with methylated spirit Then double it and rub the knives backward and forward using the left hand to steady the carpet After a few passes the knives will have acquired a brilliant polish If you want to come to Berea to school the CITIZEN will help you Write at once to Rev John Dodwell Berea Ky and he will tell you how to secure the help Tim Good Roads Convention which met at Louisville Thursday and Fri day of lost week was a decided suc cess for a starter but its true success must be looked for in the stimulus it may give to the cause of good roads throughout the State Lexington gets next years convention WANTED Capable reliable perwm in every county to rrprvwnt large company of fluum I elal rtJ per year payable toper dy alnluW 17 luro and upen lei straight bona ade lIellllllo alary no nun mIllion wlary paid each Saturday am rxtwiuu money advanced each week BTAN1UUIJ HOUSE U DIIKHOKN ST CHICAGO BEREA COLLEGE ea ad Places the Best Education in Reach of All Over 30 Teachers 800 Students from 20 States Largest College Library In Kentucky NO SALOONS Trade School Carpentry Printing Housework Nursing two years Model School General Education and fitting for advanced courses For those sufficiently advanced to get a teacher certificate Applied ScienceTwo years course with Agriculture for young men and Domestic Science for young ladies Normal Coure Two years with practice teaching Academy Courae Four years fitting for College for business and College Courae 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 education Our instruction U a free gift Students pay a small incidental fee 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 f14 to be paid In advance The school is endorsed by Baptist Congregationalist Disciples Method late Presbyterians and good people of all denominations For information and friendly advice address the Secretary- W c GAMBLE Berea MadJsoa Co Ky l THE SCHOOL Ktlltwl br L WUInimoro pan of the NoImill Dcimrtmrnl llvrva College ARE YOU OVER SIX AND UNDER TWEHTY J This time the CITIZEN wants u chat with the boys and girls Do you know that tho State of Kentucky gives a portion to every son and daughter It does not give you toad and clothing unless you are a pauper or an idiot or a criminal but it does give you au outfit and a portion i e five months of sohool from the time you are six years old until you are twenty This public school costs Kentucky many thousands of dollars Tho wise men of the state believe that it Is the very best gift it can possibly make If the state should give you a toy or a horse you might low it but if it gives you au education that cannot bo lost Now tho school in your district will take up early next mouth and the CITIZEN wants to advise you to be on hand the first day Of course the younger boys and girls ought to go school A ten year old boy cannot do a great deal of work but ho can learn Just as fast as a man of twenty Tho only profitable way for children 19 put in their time is iu learning And the older boand girls ought to go to school because their chances are passing away Next year or a few years later at any rate it will he too late for you to go to school- I heard a young man say the other day that ho could write his name and couldcount money so that no man could cheat him and he allowed that was as much education as would pay for him Now I think that boy undervalued himself lie wax jut willing to give up before ho begun and make himself curtain to be a no account man when it is quite pOllsiblu he might have amounted to something He is like a man who throws away money In fact be was throwing away something a great deal better than money If I were you my borI would never be contented all that tho district school could teach I wouldwant to know all about the historyof the country in which I lived would want to know enough no that I could keep accounts I would want to know enough HO that I could write a good letter and write it without working And I stoup advise every girl also to make the most of her chances for school Any housekeeper who amounts to anything ought to have her wits sharpened by careful study It in aa big a thing to manage a family in doors as it in to manage a farm out doorsNow school begins next month Find out just when it does begin anti be on hand the first day Make up your mind before hand that In tend to like your teacher and make up your mind before hand that you are going to be friends with all the other scholars Some of the other scholars are people you havo not seen very often They will look strange and cjueor to you at first You will ho afraid of them and theywill be afraid of you lint alter a little if you are both kind and polite you will begin to havo really good limes together And so you and your teacher and fellow students will have a plcaaant summer And one thing more Dont forgot that when you are going to school it yourfathercan of nights and mornings You can do a heap of work beforo going to school in tho morning and when you como home at night and futhor and mother are tired with their days work it wont hurt you a hit to turn ill helpYes you can do Is you know any children In the district that are not coming to school go over and have a Iriendly call and tell them they had hotter como See if you cannot get all the children in your district in school this summer THE FARM Klllp1 by H C Mima ITnrwor ol Iler I culture norm Iollruu ROAD CONSTRUCTION Principle of Cain rtlau nml Mnlnliii niicn of Country hand OUTLET OF TUG DRAIN The drain should bo turned out la the side of the road whenever there is un opportunity for doing sotll in whenever there is a natural lino of drainage landing arrests the road which wilt answer for the purpose Thu free eudof the drain is Ust made of one length of rast iron solver pipe eight foot long boimise thin will not be Injured by freezing nor bo easily broken There should bo U free fall at the mill of tho tile and it is better that the opening should bo protected by some sort of metal grut lug or screen to prevent animals from running in in dry times size or TILE Tile three inches in diutuotor IH the best to use for the reason that in case time grade iorv muull slight errors in laying the line cannot carry the entire open lug of the tile above or below tho grade line and hence pxr nut tho drain to bo entirely closed by silt KINO OP TILE Where the tile can Iw laid two ftwt roadtileburned straight smooth inside nnfl having the ends cut hquaruly off sy that they may fit cloudy together art best Great euro should I HI taken iu placing the tile to turn them until tho ends fit very closely all the rigidlythlroto prevent silt iron being wlIlwcl in at the joints Where the tile must cone KHS than two feet lxjlov the mirfaco it will bi safer either to use vitrified drain tile or else mnond server tile not likely to bo dimntrgralod by frost SURFACE lUUINAHC The quick removal of water front the surface of a road and till proven tion of soopagM down through tho roudbi are the most iui ortaiit points to Iw Pocurod in the limiter of maintenance The surface of every road therefore should lx+ HO a cd as to act like a roof in throwing all rains quickly and completely off per nutting only a little moisture to ho drawn downward by capillary action to mointou the material aud11fIllttll the formation of dust If the coma pacted material of till road anti the roadbed beneath it ems lx kept with 0111a small percent of capillary water in thorn the danger of injury front trod Is greatly losxciied and thin liability to soften touring wet periods is also removal conditiousSbesurface nor along the side of the road the shape IHinlfHufliciently roUllIlltJ to throw rams to either side and the surface ditches deep enough clean enough sad possdwsing Nufllciont capacity to carryall watr rapidly away SLOPS Or TUG noun HLRMCE In order to hare quick complete surface drainage it is nerusary to so arch the mice an lo uiako a road hluhorInslope of about 4 pr rent or four inches in one hundred inches But if the road hits itself n ionxldernhlu grade then the slope must bo made enough greater than I IwrItlit to force the water to the siilo dilchos rather than to permit it lo how down the center of the rued limit even niws or sinoothnesH of siirfnco is the moot importitiit condition 1011 secured amid maintaiiiLHl In under to afford perfect drninngo If till road surface is uneven cr is permitted to bccomn so no amount of slope which can be drainageTho too rounding or sloping for the reason that then teams all drive in ono place on tho surface and wear it into ruts and this prevents drainage Drain ago JournalTo bo continued No More Vermin and its Attending EvilsOur Peerless Poultry and Animal will poldthelrill fowls and anima of lice germs of every kind It is worth ninny times its price Costs but littlo No trouble to use Lasts for years Big Inducements to Agents B CODDINQTON be Co Berea Ky Ohio College of Dental Surgery Department of Dentistry University of Cincinnati Central Avo and Court St Cincinnati O This College was organized in 1846 and tho 66th Anuuul Session begins about October 8th 1901 Three sessions of seven mouths each are required for graduation TJiis is the first Dental College established in tho Wool It is coeducational and has a teaching corps of twenty instructors Its build- Ings are modern and well adapted to tho requirements of modern dental education and its clinics are unsurpassed Optional Spring and Fall Courses in Clinical instruction are also given Fees are 100 each Session For Information and Announcement address H A Smith D D S Dean 161 Garfield Place Cincinnati Ohio