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Rev JOHN With strong Knttrfil at IV PtMto dna nnamalerTHE CITIZENn VOL III A Family Pajx r BEKEA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JULY 18 1901 Fifty contfl a year NO4 IDEAS C Thn Olfico if thnmH no nionoy In it always Hcokn Hut man If your crop m odn work dont wail for tho rainplow plow Some ant morn imxioiiH about to morrow than about eternity Soho Hpltmtent want to Ixt wlviw ROIIIO wivtH wish they worn Hplimtorn- Thu kliiKdom of Gal m within you S for tho kingdom of God illlHlIlCO mid joy in Hut Hjly Uhmt Take Notice Thn CITIZEN lams ten moniHtiidonl HK nlH and will puy liliorally for Rood work Cull or write for our Sxcinl Oltnr Reward to tho Finder LostA hoist tniilo clout nix 6 years old fonrtHiti It InindN high color hlnok block nosey not roiicliexl mnuu four 4 or fiva r inches long carriitt a low lieud gas nnddlo ani mal good walker walks on onltmlo of front feat tail n litho crookwl alxwo the Immlt Ilftlln HUOO olT loft front foot and Inid hickory polo on hm neck for n yoke giMitlu with woman or child Finder will woll ntwanhsl liy n tiirning tilt mule Wy MAUIIN Taint Lick Ky FROM THE WIDE WORLD Cuba will start Intn liualnetM owing 122400 The anniversary of tho full of the Brittle wan cnlebratwl nil over Francn with much eulhumamn lint Monday Thin German merchants of Yoka Ionia nod Tokio havw formud an ns Nociation to promote German com mural in Japan Thn CoiiNiilar Court at Tien Turn liax wntunrtxl to four ywiro imprison taunt Ilino arrest Americmm who- mwi ilclvctwl committing roblxiriofl in a city cant of IVkiu IR OUR OWN GOUITRT American nlmtvH tltdimx on thu londou markols Monday Thu Unite Slnto linn rolliwlrd her induniuity claim ol llilOt from Turkey A pm rig lire nunr Ltinuxl KIM diMtlroyed lOOU biiHliclH of wheat in tin stock Monday A portion of tho dronthntrickn Southu ent has rpliitvtnl by rniiiH Thu crepe nm grimily ImucliUsl Mr Carnegie has nitfiiwl tom dml plaeing lOXXXlt at the diM1mUl of tho Cllflll itt SvoUiuh leluestiual- Fiord Tho Commissioner of Internal Kuveniio n ports U colliHnioim tindur thu wur ruvumitt Inw trout June 1898 to May 8101as fJIOOVt 3 Tho nuutml ru ortof tilt Auditor of thu TiuiiNiiry Department NK that during oho yi ar JW020 utvoiinU were examined involving r2HOIJ7H 1014 IVtJ Bryan critimng tho Ohio Democratic Convention for its failure to adopt or nmllirm tho KHIIKOH City platform declares hu in not n cinuli date for any oilico COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Somerset has an oil boom Western Kentucky is sulTering from drouth and crops are ituiTering Collector Sapp of Louisville is confident ho will be rvappoiuted by the President Deputy Sliorid Jot Manning wax assinftttxl clout n milo trout Middles borough Sunday Four prisoners three colonel and ono white tllICUIIftl front thin Lau caster jail laht Friday Maliulia Mercer nail nge l colortxl woman said to bo 109 years old died in Lebanon Monday Kov L E Mann ban received from Gov Beckuam tho appointment as County Judge of Rowan County Kepresoutatiros of the Japanese U government are inspecting the broad dug intoresta of Central Kentucky Chief of Police Hager of Louis vine hRH resigned his o Hi ire express lug digust at tom interference of ward politicians J E Scott a blacksmith Buena Vista while booing in his garden Monday morning dug up n box con taming 1600 of old silver coins E S Tuly formerly assistant post master ut Louisvillu and ono of the boat known Republicans in tho south i tiled unexpectedly Monday morning u A GREAT OCCASION This is it great year of gatherings in IJerea Commencement Day n special success and Decoration Day wits one of the best Tim State Teachers Association is pronounced rho most enjoyable over held in the Stale Now comes the County Sun dayschool Convention for Vednes day July 31 Fur fourteen years these gatherings have been held and thin Is thin first ono to be held in Herea All our people are interested in having it n success Tho mew fact of its coming here leads the people of other parts of the county to ex peel something extra Prof Dodge is mire the program wilt surpass all predecessors All thin Protestant de nominations are represented Messrs Lodwick Burly and Van Winkle ant n Committee on Music Singers from other places are expected Mcsdamcs Oslwrne Ismhrall Allen and Miss Etta Moore have Mini se lected as n committee on dinner ar rangements Lot all in this purl of the county contribute lull do our selves proud SOLDIERS PICNIC Tutu picnic on thin grounds of Prof Dodge for veterans of th Union Army their wives and widows of veterans on Wednesday was nn en joyable time About 110 persons were in attendance and partook of n bountiful feast provided for tutu oc elision The gathering thiN year much larger than the of one yea ago This Ought to Interest You If you am in need of Builders Hardware Household Cutlery or Furnishings or any thing in Staple and Fancy Groceries you can pro cure any or nil of these things ut very marked reduction in price now at Blcknoll f Earlys They would rather sell at n considerable cut than remove tho stock and they must do one or the other to make room for a lot of Firstclass Footwear for all users mid n lot of well selected Dry Goods Yesterday Vol No I oCleThe Weiser World published at Weiscr Washington County Idaho by Browsler Cnndee reached our desk It Is n Republican weekly anti if its first numlor is any criterion The World will be fully up to par Mr Cnndeo was foreman of the Students Job Print of Won and an old student at dens College 8m aws lo The World THE MARKETS n xxlaTElt Il NUKUAN A CINCINNATI July CATTLECou on2tO fj KIKI Butchers4ltlt 6M Shippers i4C 0 6i2- bCALVrrCbuiaa6U4 r1 nw Urge Common fj 6- XIfiasConunou4X Ill RCtTi Fair Rood liKhtfitW IUJO Packing OWfr1 lito- SIIttrGood to choice3X HWI- e Common to fuir225 28TL- AMHS Good to choice fiX gj 575 Common to fair 826 ty 476 nuTNo2 Rtnl fJ CORN No2 mixed 47 82jItaNoFLOUR Winter patent 110 J aW fancy 21K fit I2Family 2a 255 MILL FEEn1200 r140 HTNo Timothy 1225 frfi hr No2CI 10M 111 No1 Clover 850 lJ 900 No2CI 7roW 800 POULTRT SpriiiKirH pi r iti 11 iii Pryom Ill i 12 Himvy lions Light hmm 1 9 HOOIttefllCI 4 Turkey hens 6 TomCI II Ducks 1 I Boos Frrah near by 9 4 Goose HIDKS Wet Haltixl 0 a 7 1 No dry unit In- Hull 5 9 Lamb RkiiiH 40 it oil TALLOW Prime city Bta 51 Country 4t J1 WOOL medium combing 15 ffit 17 WlUlhttllollfte 21 I Z2- Tuh 22 l 25 FEATHERS GOOHO now nearly white 42 4gray to average dl it 11 Duck colored to white 28 rr lEi Chiukeu whito 110 II ills Ifi Turkey body dry 12 tor 15 MORMAN MISSIONARIES I Nee It y itunm in tutu Advocate and prtHH dlKpntchefl that till Morumn elder mihHionary is much in evidowe in the rural regions of tutu MiwHisHippi Valley and thin iast If the good people there could sew him at IIIH own home and see how utterly dentituto of morality the ma jnrily of them lire they would give them no encouragement or foothold thorn A few days ago in returning homo from thin imperil part of the territory I fell in company with three of these men mid their families en routs to Salt Lake City to gel orders and in HtnulioiiH for mission work in thin east Vn hinda wearisome layover at n small place nod I heard con siderable of their common conversa lion aiidtheH candidate for mis sion work were as wicked and pro fane in their uptedi any men it huts been my misfortune to hear in IIWllNt They were cursing mid damning continuously both in tho presence of their families and others Yet these are they who creep into homes and load captive silly women and men too and increase tho Mor nmn population in thin west by em migration I have conversed with good and true men who live among theta and they toll me that they urn profane nod immoral lo an alarming degree 0 that people would bo wise and give their faith and lives to that that ofrrunning off after every triuoJ M IVe curs Phoenix Ari zona in AV foul Advocate If you wont to coon to Berea to school the CITIZEN will help you Wrilo at once to Hev John Dodwell Berea Ky and ho will tell you how to secure the help D u ro CI 4V w ill cd 2iii Repair That Loom Homespun is coining into fashion again and our g rls keep up Collgoillof firesidv industry which may bring manyhomesWo can pay for wellwoven linen 40 conts a yard jeans 60 cents llnsoy 50 cents well matched bod coverlets 4 to 6 Patent dyes not accepted proforrodFor information address JOSEPHINE Exchangei Estray Notice I have at my place two miles south of Boron ono stray horse about 15 hands high feet barbwirestar in forehead marks on left silo J W BRATCHER TO THE DEAFA rich lady cured of her Deafness and Noises in thin Head by Dr Nicholsons Artificial Ear Drums gave 25000 to his Insti lute so that dent people unable to procure the Ear Drums may have thorn free Address No 1314 The Nicholson Institute 780 Eighth Avenue Now York6r20 02 WANTKI Capable reliable pcr on In every county to rr 1IlIfIIl company OII lIMllnllll cial nllIll1 Ir year payable weekly S3 per day allItel iiiro and all cxpen ptralKht bonaflilc ilcflnlla salary uooom mlraloni salary ptlil cncli liatiinlay an IezK nw I nilranctil each week STANDAKI HOUSE Sol ST CHICAGO A Few FACTS About the WEBER WAGON None but the best materials are used in its construction It is light running It is built to wear It is very long lived It is fully guaran teed The above facts explain why it has been able to keep its place AS THE TOP for 56 years Sold by EARLYXlBEREA KENTUCKY nunu n Hand Forged Razor Steel Blades IWUUCANTtU tHtnl u21 rent stamps and wo will mall you n knife the exact else of tills picture It hM 2 and rvtiUU Rciicrally nt 73 els but to get you to try them we will Mini you one for 43lIllIIC1 r 242centetampa Your wife wants a Willimall w en or 30two lCI stamps Vc have an page Illustrated OHlaUiKiie vt will mall you frw If you ask for IL Address MAIIKU 8 1UOSH CO 00 Attain HI Toledo Ohio and nuiitlon The Clllien KELLOGG WITHENBU- RYWholesale Grocers Irvine St Richmond Ky A full lin2 of Staple Groceries carried at all times Mail and Phone Orders receive Pnom Pt shipment t An Independent Weekly Devoted to the Interests TUB HOME FARM SCHOOL 50 CENTS A YEAR COOL CLOTHES 1 1 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 NeckwearI Shirts Suspenders Belts loves HosJierv Hats Shoes and everything else needful to clothe a man iri best style from head to foot Priced so you will come back again n COVINGTQN fe BANKS Richmond Ky Fine Stock of Ladies and Mens Trunks Bags Suit Cases etc T C LOWRY ATTORNEYATLAWRichmond BUILDINGMAIN STREET Collections and ReAl Estate A Specialty E B McCOY Dentist Berea Kentucky C I OGG Firstclass Photography Center Strut Brea Ky Guaranteed Salary ofr 900 Yearly repreaenttnsluml wixk looking alter our Ititcrroti HUOO Mlnrjr Ruarnntcf l Cllrlr extra rommlMloiiii anil eatabllehedhoupeto secure pleawtut permanent poaitlonnndllhcr al Income r1111autlinew Write at once STAFFORD PRESS 23 Church St Yaw Maven Coon 921 Every Business needs GOOD PRINTING And we can do it at a rea sonable price J HudsiLetterHeads Envelopes Business Cards etc etc If so write for prices STUDENTS JOB PRINT Berea Ky Night Phone 7 A handful of glasses will not help your eyesight If you wear them all unless your vision has been properly tested and the right lens That Is Just where the skill of an optician comes to your aid If I test your eyes you will be sure of getting es and will have pleasure and satisfaction In wearing them EXAMINATION FREE T A ROBINSON Welch Block Berea Ky Three Years in RichmondAnd sots of tooth that have loon made at my office if there is one set or any sets that show any defects I will make a now set free We are making the best set of teeth in the world for Yi 750 and if detects show In 9ve years we give you a now set free This applies to all the tooth f have made or am going to mako the best alloy fills in tho world at 76 cents DR HOBSON Dentist Permanently located in the Hobson Buildingnext door to Gov ernment Building Richmond Kentucky Reference Richmond National Bank Special Price to Students JUNE FURNITURE SALE It will be to your interest to inspect our stock before your buy We have tho goods and will certainly moot your views as to prices Hardwood Oak and Mahogany Bedroom Suites Iron Beds and Couches at special bargain prices during the month Everything in the Furniture Lino Groat Sale on Carpets and Rugs for Cash Wo invite nil our Boron Friends and nil Oitizon iibsoribors to call and inspect before making purchases UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY Day Phone fitted 66Joe Se JOPLIN Richmond KyPI SHOE BARGAINSATURDAY DOUGLAS CRUTCHE Richmond Ky NfI1N11NNN Mens Tan Shoes 500 Shoes for 350 400II 300 350II II 200 300 IIJ75 MensBlackBoxCalf Blucher Shoes 300 going now at 250 tc8 tcCome early and get your size Only a lim ited quantity on ccJlcAI h1 Fall is the Time to Study Fall Term Opens September 11 1901 L 4rr A4i r tfas V w rwe 14 1rS Lr a 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 TIm CITIZEN brings first of ill the newsnot every tale f crime or horror but the im Jortant newsthe news from Washington and the State capital from our soldiers in far ofT 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 arc not for its students alone The editor of this paper can at any time step into the largest Col lege library in the State and lie has engaged several of tho 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 tone party It is every mans friend It stands for the things which benefit alltemperance thrift kindness enterprise and education And we ask all who believe in these things 10 subscribe for TilE CITIZEN Madison County The A O U W Fair at Richmond July 1019 opened yesterday with a good attendance Many of our citi I zens are taking in tho festivities The Republicans the Yates mag isterial district on Saturday last nom boated S B Davidson for Magistrate and W E Johnson for Constable John B Harris late of the Nich olasville News is at work on the Richmond Pantagraph Mr Harris worked on TUG CITIZEN some time last winter Tomorrow Friday Supt J W Wagers will hold a competitive ex amination at the court house Richmond for those who desire to becomeI beneficiaries of the A M College in LexingtonThe teachers institute will convene at Caldwell High School at 930 am Monday July 29 The in stituto for the negro teachers will IMS hold at the Colored Baptist Church Monday August 5 at 980 am The hustling little town of Berea will have its fair this year on August 16and 17 The people out there know how to do the right thing every time So there is no doubt getting your moneys worth if you goPuu taifrapti Alex Pence a pardoned convict was tried before county Judge Mil lion ou the 12th on fortyseven counts for suiting liquor without license and gave load for his appearanco at the Circuit Court Pence Bays its is cheaper to pay fines than license lion R W Miller of this city has been reappointed tor the third term as refree of bankruptcy in this dis trict which is composed of Madison Clark and Estill counties As a test of Mr Millers competency of filling the position to the satisfaction of all concerned it can be said that during the whole time that he hat served in this capacity he has never had a decision of his appealed which goes to prove that he is the right man in the right place The newly created judicial district has been divided in to thirteen districts of bankruptcy Rich niond inter Need of Oo6I Road There Is no more Important Im provement needed In our country than good roads Good roads mean blotter people Good roads mean more busi ness for the merchants Good roads mean Improvement In value of our real estate New Orleans TimesDemocrat LOCALS AND PERSONALS Fresh bread at Bicknell do EarlyV The blackberry crop is fine this yearMerdie Tyo Is teaching at Rock hold Ky- Proto Marsh and family are camp ing on Hobos Mountain Prof S C Matron is attending the PanAmerican Exposition this week Miss Julia Kanlings loft Tuesday- for a visit to her home in Clay County Miss Francis Berry enjoyed visit with Miss Madge Sutton last week at Clifton Ky Rev A Pottiford goes to Mt Sterling Tuesday to attend the Christian ConventionAbout persons attended the services at Slate Lick Springs last Sunday afternoon J F Owens former student of Berea is engaged in the public schools of Clifton Ky The Glade District School colored opened Monday July 8 with Mrs Tillie Gentry teacher Rev D J Combs will begin a pro tracted meeting at the Glad Church thd last of the month Prof JlB Harris of Richmond was here visiting his cousin Mrs Alex Moore last week Prof DiuHmore is in Lagrange Oldham County conducting till teachers institute July lfi19 The Blue Grass Normal School founded at Keoueby Mr Parker had an enrollment of sixtyfour last year Miss Sallie Bailey who has been on an extended visit in Jessamine County bas returned Id her home at Slate LickMiss Mary Baxter of Logand Jessamine County and Miss Minnie Dedman of Spears have been visiting at Slate Lick As a rule very white Hour has too much starch and very little stamina Purity Flour is all stamina Gut it of Bickuoll Early Mrs Sarah L Hoag of Biughamp ton N V has been appointed as Matron of Ladies Hall in place of Miss Abbey Merrow resigned Next Sunday at B pm Dr Bur gesH assisted by Messrs Lodwick Nixon and E G Dodge will hold services at Slate Lick Springs Students from Berea teaching in the public chools of Jessamine County are Misses Caldwell Over street Perry Adams and Black- I W Coylo announces himself for nomination to the oflice of magistrate for the Glade District subject to the primary outcome on August IK Mr and Mrs G W Lawrence teachers in the Free Baptist school Midway Tenn are visitors at the home of Prof and Mrs L V Dodge Prof T G Pasco came in from Cumberland Gap Tenn Monday considerably worn out having made the trip on horseback in two and a hull days Miss Lamson sister of Mrs L V Dodge a missionary of tho Congrega tional Educational Society at San Mateo New Mexico conducted the services in the Chapel last Sunday morning Die Cornelius and Robinson on Tuesday morning performed a suc cessful operation for appendicitis with perforation of the bowels upon the thirteen year old daughter of Mr Bollard of Wallaceton Miss Nina E Lamson a former student at Berea now a mirvionary in San Mateo New Mexico who has been on a three weeks visit to her sister Mrs L V Dodge left Monday for the scene of her labors Mrs Rebecca Stetsor of Clay County who lost her home by fire May 27 has moved to Beroa to put her two sous in school Mrs Stetser and her sour would like to get em ployment to help them in their en deavorsThere are three candidates for nomination to the oflice of magistrate in the Glade District and three as pirants for the position of constable in the same district subject to the action of the Republican party at the primary on August 15 1901 It is currently reported that Prof Nellie S Kedzie of the Bradley Institute Peoria III and Rev H1Tones Acting Professor of History and Assistant in Languages in Berea College were to be united in the bonds of wedlock yesterday TilE CITIZEN responds so mote it be An admistration building is in the course of erection on the site of the old treasurers ollice The structure- is to be two stories high and will con tain offices for the President Treasurer Secretary a faculty room room for janitor express and store room etc The building will be heated by- a furnace Josiah Burdette has the work in charge u AS BRYAN SEES IT His Name Should Not Have Been Conjured With PLATFORM WAS TIle VITAL ISSUE Mr Hryan Declares the ttnney Quell tlon III Not Yet Outuf tnlllhCIIII Tcnllon Should lluve Conio tint Kur the Gold Mundurd or Den iinecil II Itefercneo to Stcl cniiV nudlilitoy Lincoln Neb July 1C WIHInm J Bryan comments at length In this weeks Issue of his paper on the action 6t the Democratic convention of Ohio In renouncing tho Kansas City platform nt I refusing to pledio fur ther allegiance to him Mr Bryan criticizes the convention for falling to reaffirm the Kansas City platform m I for what he regards as tho weakness of some of the planks It did adopt Mr Bryan InslptH that tho convention made a mistake In making himself U fan an Issue and says Mr Bryan Is not a candidate for any office and n mention of him might have been construed by sonic an an Indorsement of him for olllee The vote should have been upon tho naked proposition to Indorse the platform ofI last year and then no one could have excused his abandonment of Demo cratic principles by pleading his die like for Mr Bryan Referring to the platform ho contin ues Thu convention not only failed but refused to Indorse or reaffirm time Kansas City platform and train tho manner In which tho gold element has rejoiced over this feature uf the con vention one would suppose that the main object of the convention was not to write a now platform but to repu diate the one upon which limo last national campaign was fought The gold papers assume that time convention refused to adopt the Kansas City plat form because It contained a silver plank It so It would havo been moro courageous to have declared openly for tho gold standard It the gold standard Is good It ought to have been Indorsed If bad ought to have been denounced To Ignore tho sub ject entirely was Inexcusable Tho money question Is not yet out of poll tics Every seslson of congress wl havo to deal with IL Republicans de clare that It Is dead but they keep working at It Mr Bryan comments on parts of the platform especially those referring to state and municipal affairs Ho In- dorses the nominees of time convention and urges their support Referring to the senatorial tight and tho reported candidacy of John R Mc Lean he says Did time leader Ig nore tho moro Important question to please those who bolted In 1S9G and 1900 or docs Mr Mclean want to bo left free to affiliate with the Republicans on financial questions In case of his election t He concludes as follows If any of tho Ohio Democrats feel aggrieved be cause tho reorganizing element of tho party triumphed at the convention let them not visit their disappointment upon the state Ucket but rather see to the nominations of senators and rep resentatives who will select a trust worthy senator tat them see to It also that the state plaform Is made at the primaries nest time rather than at the convention Grahams Fifth Voyage Niagara Falls N Y July 15About 3000 persons saw Cnrllslo D Graham make his fifth successful voy ago through the whirlpool rapids In a barrel Tho barrel Is of locust wood oval shaped except that It has a flat head It is about five feet long 19 Inches In diameter at tho foot and 2G Inches at tho head With Its 100 pounds of ballast It weighs 1C5 pounds Tho start was made from tho Maid of the Mist landing below tho falls At no time during tho passage through the rapids was the barrel lost sight of It was taken from the water after It had circled about In the Whirlpool a few minutes Graham was slightly bruised about the elbows and knees but otherwise unhurt Fatal Infatuation Newton Kas July lCiMls8 Oma Bers 18 daughter of Mr and Mrs Frank tiers was shot and killed by Herbert Shackled a stable boy for merly In the familys employ who are terward shot himself through the heart Shacklett became fascinated with the young woman who did not In any way return his Infatuation Tho bodies were found In tho roadside three miles west of Newton The girl had been shot four times and tho sur roundings Indicated that she had made a terrible struggle for her lIfo Saved by Showers Topeka Kan July 16The outlook In drouthstricken Kansas Is much more favorable Rain has fallen In the state and a much cooler and moro hopeful air pervades Crops havo been greatly helped and distress has been relieved Southern and eastern Kansas received thu moat benefit from the rain Prospects give hope that the drouth will soon be at an end Ohio Day Speakers Buffalo July 12 The Ohio com missioners of tho PanAmerican expo sition announce that Invitations to speak Ohio day July 18at the Pan American exposition have been ac cepted by Governor Nash Senator Hanna Senator Forakor Congress man Tompkins lion Charles Baker of Cincinnati Wealthy Girls Sad Fate New York July 1GMabel Strong 1 Cleveland an heiress died of con tunptlon In St Lukes hospital She lived at a hotel with Charles Wlldrick Who was sent to prison for beating Us hotel bill and refused to retura IMM wttk her father MORMON WEDDING Sealed on Earth Only to Insure lleitv only lIpplnu Salt Lake City July 12Jullgo Hall of tho district court rendered his decision In tho ceelbrated Hilton Park case holding that the ceremony by which R J Park was sealed In 1870 to Miss Armttage afterward Mrs lilt ton who was supposed to bo on her deathbed was purely a religious core mony affecting the lives of Mrs lilt ton and Dr Park lirthe hereafter only and was not a niarrlngo ceremony known to or recognized by time laws of Utah Mrs Hilton claiming by this ceremony to bo a widow of Dr Park sued for part of the estate It Is Mormon church doctrine that a woman dying out of tho marriage state duos not occupy so high a place In heaven as n woman who lusts been marrkd and time court holds that the ceremony of sealing was peroform ed only to provide for tho womans spiritual welfare In tho next world and that Mrs Hilton and Dr Park were never man nnd wife Senator Kyles Successor Pierre So D July 12 Governor lorried appointed A II Klttredgo of Sioux Falls as stim rotor to 011 tho va cancy caused by the death of Sena tor Kyle Alfred Ml Klttredgo Is a bachelor nnd a native of New Hamp shire hog been born In Cheshire county March 2C 1SG1 llo was grad uated from Ynlo In 1SS2 In 1881 ho entered Yale law school and gradu ated In 18Sr being admitted to the bar by time supremo court of Connectl cut the same year He removed to Sioux Falls S D In 188G Mr Kltt redge for a long tlmo was exSenulor It F PottlgrowH trusted lieutenant In 1S9C they parted on tho money question Started by Threshing Engine Lamed linn July IGA prairie fire which started 18 tulles north of this place burned over n largo uxtent of country and destroyed over 10000 bushels of wheat III tho stark Frank Jiuiod from whoso threshing engine the flro started In his endeavors to put It out Inhaled the flames and was fatally burned The residence and barn of Henry Hanhart and tho rest dence and barn of Mrs Julius Rhlncr were completely destroyed with their contents Some stock anti many tons of pralrlo hay were also hunted Chun Begins His Journey Peking July t3Thl departure from Peking of Prince Chun younger brother of Kmporor Kwang Su who has been commanded to apologize it Berlin for tho murder of Ilaron Yon Kclteler was a spectacular event A special train took Irlnco Chan mind his suite to Takufrom whence ho will proceed by steamer to Shanghai Ho sails from Shanghai July 20 fur Genoa and will proceed directly from there to Berlin by rail Strongs Resignation Accepted Washington July 16 Secretary Root has directed the war department to accept the resignation of Captain Putnam Bradlee Strong to take effect Immediately Captain Strong will he notified by telegraph nnd ho will not sail for Manilla on transport Grant The acceptance of the resignation pro eludes any action by tho military au thorities against Captain Strong The Younger at Liberty St Paul July 15 Coleman and James Younger who were granted a conditional pardon by the hoard of pardons were released from till Still water penitentiary At present they will make their home In Stlllwatrr and It has not yet been decided whore they will be employed The men spent their first day of freedom In a stem boat excursion up the St Croix river Was an Ohio Man Kokomo id July 11iJullgo lion ry A arouse died at his homo In this city He was born In Stark county 0 Jan 1 1820 At time ago of 17 he embarked In the dry goods business at Lcwlsburg O Judge Brouse came to Kokomo In September 1848 Ho assisted In organizing tho Republican party In Howard county In 18C6 he was appointed circuit judge Parachute Failed to Open Springfield 0 July 15 Paul Hague known as Professor 7ono an aeronaut was fatally Injured at Is land park falling 200 feet The par achulo failed to open and he fell Into a corn field Hague was married last Thursday to Mabel Brandon also an aeronaut who was seriously Injured by tailing from a balloon at the fair grounds In this city Juno 22 What they Will Get New York July 13ln his prelim- Inary report to the comptroller ol the currency the receiver of tbo Seventh National bank of this city states that his estimate ofmho value of assets la only approximated and that the depositors will receive 80 cents on the dollar from all assets Including an assessment of lOll per cent on all stockholders HH Taps For Colonel Jordan Louisville July IJohn Ward Jordan who was colonel of an Indiana regiment during tho civil war and for 30 years a resident of Louisville died of paralysis Colonel Jordans ro mains will be burled at his birthplace Piqua 0 He was 71 years old Downed by His Debts Toledo July IB Walter Payneun til recently deputy state fire marshal here filed a petition In bankruptcy Liabilities 107445 assets 173 Real Estate Dealer Falls Toledo July 15 William K Mosor a prominent real estate dealer has assigned The liabilities and assets are estimated at 35000 each Six People Drowned Savannah July 16Six persons were drowned while surf bathing at a picnic of the Hebrew Gamahl HuM at Daufuskie beach FINANCIAL DISASTERS Reuosppot of Failures In limit M Reported to UUIII Agcncr New York July 12n G Lien ft Company havo prepared a classified resume of failures for time month of Juno showing that the months fall urea title year were somewhat heavier than for the same month In 1900 and 1899 and also an Increase over the past three month Little alteration appears In the trading losses as compared with tho two previous good years but defaults are much tighter than In any Juno prior to 1899 In manufacturing the total was 118817 larger than last year A fow unusual disasters account for tho dlf ference Depression In time cotton manufacture due to overproduction of goods from highpriced raw ma terial timid almost paused away without bringing any serious failures nnd the fact hind been mentioned liremarkable In connection with earlier reports Ono largo concern however proved unable to bear the strain quite long enough and Its debts account for practically all of the Juno figures which exceeded tho saute month of any recent year In other textile lines also the months record Is not pleas ing but since tho new lineal year has brought definite Improvement In these branches of manufacture them Is rea son to expect no further largo nsulgn ments There were fewer failures among liquor and clgarinakers al though two large breweries failed with about 460000 liabilities Epworth Leaguers Robbed Glcnwood Springs Col July 15 The thoroughly organized gang of pickpockets operating at Colorado Springs Is responsible for a party of about 20 Kpwurth leaguers becoming stranded hero Men and women alike have been rubbed nut only of every cent they had with them but of rail road tickets as well Unless the rail roads will issue tickets bark hone on their proof uf having purchased and paid fur the trip to San Francisco ant back they will bo compelled In ask old from the county niithorltlr In at least ten Instances thieves even 5t cured the trunks of their victims by using the stolen hngimKH ci ki Bugs at Zanesvlllr ZanosvlllK 0 July U nwsvllto was almost entirely III tin IMH thin day night as a result of Ih v itlon of Juno bugs In such niimiin an never before known hero Cleetrlc light globes are filled anti tin lights are completely smoldered by Ihu ashes of burned bugs Tho Intel of hers were Infested with such swarms that It was necessary In close tho doors In several Instances church services went Interrupted Negroes Mob a Colored Brother Montgomery AlL July IGA mob of negroes at Courtlahd hanged Alex ander Herman a negro who was charged with killing Silllo Swoop When the officers took Herman to tho train on their way to Tuscumbla to place him In jail for safe keeping tho negroes held the train took the prisoner off and hanged him afterward riddling his body with bulots Her man made n confession u Wealthy Farmer Held Up Marietta OJuly 13 Samuel Snod grass Jr a wealthy young farmer re siding near Rlnards Mills was held up by two men who sprang from tho roadside at a dark place In time wools dragged from his buggy tied to a tree and rubbed of A large sum of money The robbers then took his horse and buggy and drove away The team was later left by tho road ido Will Launch the Maine July 27 Philadelphia July 13Thum Cramp Shipbuilding company notified the secretary of tho navy that tho now battleship Maine will be launched Saturday July 27 at 11 oclock n in There will be no special ceremonies Invitations will be confined to naval olIlclulH at Washington and a few friends of the builders Visible Supply of Grain New York July 16 Tho visible supply of grain Saturday July 13 as compiled by tho New York Produce Exchange Is as follows Wheat 27 178000 bushels decrease 710000 corn 140C7000 decrease 305000 oats 7421000 decrease 1770000 rye 637000 Increase 28000 barley 391 000 decrease 4000 Chiles President Dead Buenos Ayres July 13Sonor Fc Aerie Krrnzurlz president of Chile who had been In feeble health fill- more titan a year Is dead The late Senor Krrnzurlz was elected president of Chile June 25 189C fur a term of five years which begun Sept 18 1896 Let the Fatherland Berlin July 16The emigration trout Germany by way uf Hamburg and Bremen during the first sU months of this year reached 1129ns as against 115370 for tho correspond ing period of last year Russia Wants Recruits London July 15 Emperor Nich olas according to a dispatch from SI Petersburg has Issued an order that 308500 men shall be recruited for the Russian army and navy during time present year Former Governor of Texas Dallas Tex July 13 Richard B Hiibbard a former governor of Texus and minister to Japan during Presi dent Clevelands admlnlstrallun died at his homo In Tyler Tex Gave Him the Limit Muncie Ind July 12 Tho Jury found Charles Smith the second of the six alleged rapists of Letha Puck ctt guilty and gave him the statutory sentence 21 years Old Man Hanged Himself Salem 0 July 10 Robert Whan 70 who believed ho had bccomoa bur len to his family hanged himself THE SUNDAY SCHOOL I LESSON III THIRD QUARTER INTER NATIONAL SERIES JULY 21 1 1 Teat nr the LCMIIII ire vlll tJVI ftlriniirr rre 2llaa loltlrn Trxt- Urn vl H C4 iniiirnlnrr 1reimrril by the Her U M Hlrnrni Copyright lint liy Anwrlcin Im AwicUllon- A next weeks lensou will take min to Abriiln wo limy be said to have hint IIIIUIleHMin nu thin Hint 2000 years of world hUtitry fur the prevlou two lea nous kepi UN at Iho beginning of the glo I ry Cain and Abel rcpie cnt time two great linen lendluit on to iiiitlcliilil mid to CluUt Cnlli IMIIIU of the duvll and Abil of Gal I John III 11 limo lllllu doe nut give nr liny record of Admits numcrou poiletlty limit just the two line s of tint rlglileoii nnd the unright eous mcnt lolling come proiiilnenl men In each Aln1 Seth Kiioch and Noah Ixlnu among the rlKhteoim of Ibexo lust 2tH 5 l years TIll tendency III nil nice slumslim entered U nwny from OIMI nut toward lod und after the first 111 tiiitiirle the tcMluiony of tod WIIK tint all Heidi hail corrupted hit way on earth nnd that the limiKlnnllon of the thought of the heart of man lens 0111t11 continually chap ter vl r U He liutrticled Noah to build mi ark for the prenervnlli of him self nnd his family stud some of midi living creatures from the IIIHIIIIII judgment reveiiling to Nonh Ills determination to tit my nil others both man stud hent from oil tilt fate of the earth Nonh did Just as he was lull and probably during the span of I2O yenr vl 2I with nu lglls of a coming Mtorni continued to build ills viKMl far from any sea and doubtless amid Ihe stuffs nnd jer of an ungodly world Wit hnre till uianner of their simthi rvcorded In Job nil lclj Jinle llllt In due time the ark Nns finlilml JUKI nlO Jod hnd commanded aud thenfore rfeclly titled for thou which Uu1 Intended The limit of Ilia merry va r ached time time of jtuleinent come He called Noah stud hi+ family unto Him Olin the nrk mid then brought In unto Noah old the creature Ho Inteiuleil to rare nllve coil shut him In nod after rev rn days Ihe steno Ucnn- 1H Thl brine i us to the Ixglnnlne of the chapter nmdgned fur our leo4in and In the fourth vcre we rend that the ark rv ted IIMIII the mountain of Ararat juil live months after the flood began After this the waters derrranttl contin ually 1111111 on tit flmt day uf the tenth month Ihu tops uf the mountain were wen and W days later which would In the tenth day of the eleventh mouth Noah Mme forth a raven and afterward a dove The raven being an unclean bird Iev xl lTlTil could rent on any host- Ing tend rarcaM mid therefore returned not to Ihnrk the Burr a clean hint flinllnit no nMlng plarr returned Io the nrk and make lilt think of lilt Holy Spirit a n lute finding Ills first erfect renting plate on ClirUt nt III haptUm liars you lie spirit of tie rnven or the dues 1012 Hvvrn days later hn scull forth the lure again and In the evening she ntunieil with an olive leaf In her month o Noah knew that the waters were slat ed That would lit on time nevcnteenlh misty of thin eleventh month or Jut nine month after the water Ixcnn to tent uMin the inrth He wnltiil yet other even days and M lIt forth the intra for the third lime and slit relumed no resin 13 11 Our month and more did Noah IItlll wall Infore till mirface of time earth was dry and nearly two months former Infore the earth UII dry enough to hove hliu leave the nrk On the twentyMv 1hunlreilthe earth 11rielM that counting this seven days that Noah was In time ark le torn the rater Incan chapter vii 101 he wits In Ihe ark altogether ono year and 17 days or neven month afltr the ark rcMed on the inonnialn of Ararat What faith and patience he lad elsetnnlty to dlplayl What quiet waiting with Call The Ixml had Maid Come thou Into thin ark hll Iw the Inch was the first to rater the ark and He was with Noah In the ark Happy am thone wise find their joy In lod end In Ills pnwnce and are glad to abide with hint anywhere and nil long n He picnic What matter It whether war Koine or MnyiiiK shut up In time nrk or roamlne time earth If only we on when Ho wills liVI7 At the command or God Nests biillibil the nrk at the command of UIIII be entered IhIIrk and not until bit commanded did hn leave the ark IInIanti nil lime living creature with him are brought forth IIHIII the new earth that thy might hit fruitful and multiply It Is n new beginning for In U Pct 111 W we read The world that then was be ing overflowed with water pcrlnhed The Hiipln lad crliilied Limit Noah canio Torth upon the sane earth perbapc changed nil to its ntnflenrntlon IS 11 end Noah hulldcd nn alter IIUIto Ihu lord 11111 frt net was sue worMhlp III lush appointed wnrII sac rifle smut the way of Cain Lint of Abel j Gal hind commanded him to take Into the nrk two of every kind of living crea to in to keep them alive upon the earth hl Ill III but Jihovnh IOIMI In rela tion to man as his Kavlotir anti righteous lien bad mild that hu chonM by serens IRkIIr all clan least nnd birth itll 1 3l and Ihu he hnd iibundnncc for nutrl fie The thought of nucrlfiiu lake us back for n moment to chapter vl 11 whore wo reid that the nrk which pre nerved Nonh nod all creature was cov ered within nnd without with pitch thiN of course Io make It to float safely stud prexerve nil In It But thu word lraulnt pd pitch mud wily hero no tranidatcd is the very word eUcwhcro trniitdntcd atonement or reconclllnllon stud Is surely suggestive of the ennt truth that there is no nnfety from comliiK judgment but by the great sacrifice of ChrUt 21 22 And the Lord mnelled n sweet savour Unnrglna savour of rlttt111 the next rhnptcr wo have a full Itcmint of thin uverlnMliiR covenant with Nonh and ills and anti nil creature of which brief mention is made In these two verxe nnd muse of the token of tho cov enntit the Isow In the cloud When we i eo time liow wo should rememl r thn nod looks upon It too II till and wlff never again bring a flood upon the earth But see 11el III 713 and say If yet believe times things or mire you like Ih v people of Noah time among the scuff er7 The ninny who helped Nrtl tn Mr build the ark and could have told alK about It perlidied liocniiBc they were not j In It You may underxtand fully Ooda plnn of redemption sad bo nblu to tell Itj and teach it and perhaps IMS active sonic kind of so called church work but It you are aot la Chdet 7111i1 bleed yo l rile kL 4 C I A Problem in Arithmetic Dorcu in not n monoymiiking irmti tutiou It Hit tho HurvicnN of all UH teaehorH U chtirgpH only nn inci NwirpingIt Tho lIoHpital feo inmirtH earls in nay HickuetH Hint you lire ui1r in Iturvn than at 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jtiitatlons lire hound to lie poor substl utes You know it Iff know it Incidentally let us state that the late tyles which we nre now showing are fat mpcrior to anything before produced xpiallliiK sterling in design bud finish it would be basil indeed to improve thq wearing quality in silver plate Como ia uG see them T A ROBINSON OPTICIAN JEWELER Welchs Block Berea Kentucky RELIGIOUS THOUGHT Orrai GIpBBpd From the Trachl ir of All Ilpnunilnnlliini A French inn n nnlil of a curtain oc currence It wns worse thnii n crime It wax n blnnilvr A slnntr not only n sinner tie In n tllOlHe flcorgo V Baker Ire lyterlnn riilliiilflphla- Ancrr Wo nuiMt leans to look on niiRor nn fcornctliliiK illfltionoralilc nndlKiilnod Indecent weanvulgar It you will Kuv father thigh T Henry Catholic Overlirook Seminary rod I Imniiilnlilr God linnintnlilo and limn In to lie cotiK no ChrlHt In unchanging and un changed the mfiTiu yentenlay today and torcIrHu Ir1 ItlchurilH lloyle MethodlHt Ihllndelphla Kvrrylnidii Cnll Kneh one him n call to pernonnl Kerv Ice nniong the poor the nick tlm vlnful Whenever you we theno there In your call aunt lute will innke jxur labor llglitllev W W lltiHtanl UniitlHtI- lOHtOII haws We oran Hip Illlilpf- Theno nre not tlnys when our Chrln tlnn people even lute the Illlile very much I nun afraid Hint In Cory tummy of our hoiiHM It n forgotten hook IHIOI Henry O Potter ICilncimllnn Now York Yon rant llrllip the Alnilulil- Jnciili uren tried to take nllli lute pnrtnerHhlp If thou prosper me thou shish lie my tlod lint there miu thing that you cnnt do You cant lirllM the IludghtyBev Dr Lorlmur Tri nlsont Temple ItoHto- nChrUIi llp nril- Chrlnt differ from other teachers lie cause he offers the grentet reward AgnoHtlclnm can give nothing IMCIIUM It known nothing Inlldellty n leap In the lnrk4ltuv Churlcx Ktelrli Mnrklmni Memorial MlnxUiii St Ixnils Are Yon Crrlnln of Snlvnllimt Idle nHcnlatlon iilHinl the liii miser eared or not wired a vnln thing nnd nlwnyM nmlemi The one ipiextlon for erery math to consider nlMiiit thU Am wired If out how can betits Ur Qnllllnn Trinity Church At Inntn The Mot 1nnprfnl Purer Say what you will of the churches and they are not divinely preserved from error and lniK rfectlon yet they represent bud exercise the next power tot font1 Hint human oxi erlencc shows Rev John W Dny Unltnrlnn St Ixillln rrrimre Par for Illahpr llfp You came fnun GOtI Then two the ex perUiuvM of these lower years as a pchool from which nt graduation that Is nt dentil you will ewer the higher life pilpHil nnd ready for III opjtor tunniesBev Dr George II Hep worth Congregntlonallnl New York frmrpr- There In nlwnyn In prayer an tlement of IniMilry of reverend asking of what In the dlvlne will Trnyer In always nn net of communion In which we listen for Ciodn voice But the heart of pray lortllIIIImIrurge llolr Kervllnde Only of one Master did St Pnul hear the innrkn of nervltude To isis divine Ix rd he hind made nn unconditional surrender of IxMly soul nnd spirit U U olHdlcnct to Inw nit lot In him which Khali give the range of the unl verno to bill devoted servants Illshop Hnmuel InllowH Itcformcd KpUcopn tints ChicagoWe All Abnalomi We art nil Absnloma In Gals night but the Tnther In randy to ntnmp the kiss of forgiveness on every brow While the xtory of Dnvhl nnd Abxnlom Is left toll Old Tcstninent and that of the pnidlgnl rcmnlnn to the New nu one ntttl lose hope The kiss of for pIvrnoRN In ready and the ring of son shills awaits nil who may return Her J U Scott McDowell Memorial Churuli Ihllndclphla Tear Wl4am i tremble The mlHiiHc of learning may cause the wise man to become covetous nUll vainglorious the same ns the mlsiiHO of power or money cnunca others to liecottic Religion poluta out the psychologlcnl tact that wherever pride nut learning nbldo together In e ud spiritualImust be nccomiMiuled humility to potass spiritual power Hcv Illnun Yrooman Swcdcnborglan Hoxbury- Mnwn Chrtitlun or VorldIlnv We cannot be Chrlntlnns nnd world flags Nor Is this a question of piety versus common sense The Christina not culled upon to be n tool except to Hint multitude of foals who nre such precisely for thlstlmt they like the typical madman think thenmolrea wise and the rest of iliA Ilk fools Hut It Is n question of common sense versus passion It Is n question of the pleading of that godlike reason on which Implies the spiritual In man against toe ilendlngA or that lower In Htlnet of comliutlveness which Implies Hie animal i man Her Father Hugh T Henry nthollc Ovcrbrook Semi nary Now the Accepted Time If you wnnt to be saved now Is the time God Is ready to show mercy nnd mercy can only copse through Christ An artist solicited permission to paint n portrait of Queen Victoria The favor was granted This meant n fortune to the tuna A plnce wns fixed and n time t ct At the time the queen appeared but tho nrtlst wns not there He wns not ready When he arrived n message wns handed to him stntlng Hint her tajesty had departed and would not return My friends tho King Itorual linn consented to meet you Tho place Is fixed and tho time set Now la the accepted time nUll this la the place Are you reodyItev Junes licParland Pretbjrterlan Deo MALCOM KIRK- A Talo of Moral Heroism In Overcoming tho World By OHAELES M SHELDON Authinoftn SIt Ill CrutJLrI rat Thfllp- SlniHi llolitii llanlut Keren Jiiin Oopjrlnlit br the Advance FublUhlng Col IooNTuNUE111 CIIAITKH IALCtOH SKEfCIIM MALCOil AMI TilE IIAI1V A smile crossed nearly every face DII Kirk entered As he began to speak the suite pursed SIT nut mother look crept over tho faces of till rich re lined leisurely people gathered In that steamer Tho llrst cabin drew very near till Intermediate for a few mo ments at least Kirk told the bnbys story very well How could he help It when he HIIW In his Imagination the face of that wornont mother lying nearly benentli where he stood still nnd cold The baby lucked out troni his shawls with n curloux Inquisitive look on Its faeo and kept perfectly quiet us long as Kirk was speaking It seems to mo lark concluded that we might help the baby to start In life I understand that the pother left only n few dollars mull till sister III I nidoti Is a shopkeeper III poor cir cumstances If I wns In n church II think I would say We will now wor slip the Lord with our offering Ho said It In such n tone Unit It asl Irresistible A portly dignified old gentleman sitting In the middle of the dining room rose and In a husky voice which botrnycd his feeling said Ill be one of 21 gentlemen to give 3lO Instantly more than n dozen urea arose followed In n moment by n dozen more Some one In till music room be gnu to pass a hat Money was thrown Into It until It wall halt full Under the Inspiration of the moment one of the young ladles suggested n concert bud literary entertainment to bo giv en tlni next night and the suggestion wan taken up at once One of tho men offered to take charge of the funds nnd help Kirk or Homo one to see that they were properly placed nnd Kirk stnrtod to go out TJie Indies hind crowded around the baby caressing him ns he never had been caressed be tore In nil his meager pitiful life It was nt this moment Hint Kirk saw lrancls Halelgh Ilo hind sour out of tho music room nnd the minute ho saw Kirk he came to him nnd held out Ida luind Mr Kirk Isnt It I heard you nt llermon n few weeks ago nt com mencement You remember me We have met once or twin Hnlelgh Is my hails Yes I rememlMr said Kirk He hind met Halelgh nt souse receptions Excuse me for not slinking hands Mine nro full just now Excuse mo I sew they are wild Hnlelgh intighlng You did that very well Ho spoke very kindly but In n touts that he did not menu to he patron izing It wns only till Hnlelgh man ner It belonged to the fondly He might have spoken differently If he had known that In till upinr vest pocket of till homely figure before htm wns the lovely face of Dorothy Gilbert lout there was this fact about the situ ation Kirk knew that Hnlelgh was In love with Dorothy Hnlelgh did not know Hint Kirk loved her or that he hind ever thought of such n possibility I nm glad for tho bnbys wake re plied Kirk soberly He Ignored the compliment bud finally succeeded In getting down to the lower deck again The Intermediate cabin was excited over the result Nearly fVK hush been contributed amid the concert would bring n hundred more In tact when the concert tens over nnd nil of the first cabin hind INCH solicited nearly wns given for tho babys stnrt III life When tho vessel reached Mvcrppol Kirk with the help of the surgeon and one of the cnbln passengers secured n nurse for the baby and arranged with one of the women who hull cared for till mother In till Intermediate to go tofu to Imdon and see the baby sate In Its house there Kirk himself had the sad pleasure of meeting the sister and while he wax In London doing his special work of study In the east end ho secured lodging near by and often wet to sew the family Ho grew wonderfully attached to the child and when ho was obliged to leave and pur sue his studies on the continent he parted from the baby with genuine sor row Ho supposed nt the time that this little chapter III his life wns closed and completed It was one of the future events that no man CMI foresee that opened to him afterward n continua tints of that human affection For hew ns unable to return to London again bud when he snit goodby he hind no dream of ever seeing that part of his life return It was two weeks after the steamer reached Liverpool nnd while Kirk was working hard In the east end slums that Dorothy Gilbert received n letter from Francis Hnlelgh dated from Lou don Gordon square near the Hrttlnli museum She hind not encouraged him when he pleaded the privilege of nn occasional letter hut on the other hand she Imd not refused him and he- wn too careful of his future to risk the mistake of writing too often or In tone of sentiment He wrote n very In teresting letter Dorothy enjoyed rend lug It while she felt n little disturbed to think she must answer She did not want to encourage him too much At the same time his tin loubted love for her amid Ids grent talents as nn artist appeals to her strongly The only reason site lint not accepted his nffcc tlon vas n Inck of feeling on her own part SIlO wait fearful of herself She wanted to be absolutely ran of her town near sine nnn Known mm since they were both children It was not as If they were In any way comparative strangers She also know well enough that her father favored Halelghs suit There was out passage In the letter that Intensely Interested her It might not have pleased Francis Halelgh If he hind known nil the reasons for her In crest It was n passage describing n scene on the vessel during his recent voyage across You may remember till letter went on after n description of sortie fnmonn paintings In the National gal levy a theological student of the name of Malcom Kirk who graduated this year Had an unusually good voice for a Uicologno and received till German scholarship at graduation You would remember him If for no other reason on account of his almost phe nomenal awkwardness Well he was on tilt Ccphalonln coming across mud I fell In with him nUll had several In teresting talks with him Dorothy looked up from her rending and the color deepened In her fare ns she pie turgid the two men together I found him n very Intelligent fellow 10 tell tile truth not nt nil like the typical theologue There wns n somewhat tragical affair In lha Intermediate de partment where Kirk was a passenger A pour woman the fifth day out died of consumption leaving n Vmonthold baby for tho passengers to take care of Kirk got In tile habit of holding the baby u good deal nnd the last two days of tile trip he used to coon out on deck nnd hold the baby there Once or twice he sat Just below the stairs lending up to the promenade deck and I hind n good chance to get n good sketch of him I Inclose It thinking you may be Interested In a little touch of humor It Is not exaggerated much apish I pride myself on having caught Kirks attitude pretty well I showed the sketch to him In order to save my self from n feeling that I hash possibly done nu unfair thing to take him un n wares and lie laughed very good nn turedly amid seemed very much amused without n particle of resentment He asked mo to let him have the sketch and I drew hum another which he took with evident pleasure Ho Is n gentleman nnd will do some good work In his lino but I should think his general appearance would always stand In the way of his advancement In the minis tryDorothy spread the sketch out on the tnble and looked nt it Halelgh had not said too much when he wrote that he und caught Klrks attitude very well It wns besides a splendid likeness There was just n little exaggeration to the stuhlwrn brown hair n little touch of uuuecessnry grotesqueness to the face but It was Malcom Kirk plain enough ns lie used to say of hlmself The baby lay In his nrms satisfied and swill III There were tears In Doro thys eyes otter she had looked h little while Mnlcom Kirks great hearted love of humanity ns It was represented by that helpless bit of It III his long arras somehow appealed to her She seemed to feet ns It there was a world there Into which she had never enter ed hilt which she could enjoy with nil her eager enthusiasm If once she were Introduced to It She folded 111 the sketch nnd carefully laid It away by Itself She did not put It with n col lection of drawings which Raleigh had given her when he finished his course In art Mnlcom Kirk went over on the conti neat and spent the year In France Italy Germany and even two weeks In Itussla How ho lived nil that time would make n story In Itself He walked a great deal Always lodged In the most expensive places Six months after he had liven away from home he sent to the president of the seminary a written report of what he had been doing It was so remarkable In ninny ways that the president show ed It to Mr Gilbert The Hoston pulp usher urged Its publication The pres ident wrote that the seminary would assume the expense of publication and Mr Gilberts house printed the ro port In n neat pamphlet that nt once attracted attention The night of the first Issue of the pamphlet Mr Gilbert brought a copy of It home Hy the wny Dorothy you rcmcni her that theologue who took tho Ger man scholarship Kirk Yes murmured Dorothy demurely If Dorothys mother had been living It Is possible she might have told her about Kirks declaration Her father wns another person Ilcsldcs he hind tot uskod her to be his wife lie had only told her very bluntly that he loved her That was In one sense his secret to bo kept for him from others Well heres n bit of work lies been doing abroad We brought It out today Knowing you hnvc always been Interested In this work I thought yon might like to look this over Her father spoke with lips usual pre cise calmness and left the pamphlet on the table The moment supper was ended Dorothy seized the report and went to her own room She rend It through ns If It had been n fascinating novel It wins written In n simple style that possessed no merit except Its simplicity but It wns n rec ord of how humanity lived and the pathos the reality tho tact of how It lived stirred Dorothy Gilbert ns her round and heart hind never been stirred And nil through the rending she seen ed to sue Malcom Kirk with that baby In his nrms She knew Hint If that sketch had boon put In ns n frontis piece It would have exactly expressed the contents of the pamphlet She rose and walked her room strangely exclt ed Who was this man to stir her feel ings so deeply Francis Raleigh hind never been nble to do It No mnn for that matter All the other men she knew were busy trying to have a good time or win fame or make money This man was Interested In people He wanted the world to know and feel humanity Ho was unllko the torI s LJVS- l MIl ture She glowed at the thought For the first tithe In her life slid trembled nt the thought of being loved A few days later she rend the report again People In Herman were talking about It It lint actually stirred the life of the vlllnge In some ways Doro thy placed the sketch of Kirk In the pamphlet nnd put them away In her desk Mnlcom Kirk finished his year nnd took passage on one of the French steamers for New York He hind used Ida money well but he hind so little at the end of the year that ho took steer age passage That was one degree lower than the Intermediate nUll he smiled a little grimly to himself ns he crowded into his noisy close quarters with French peasants and li colony of Mcnuonltc emigrants However It was literally true that he loved people regardless of their condition and to many a simple Ignorant soul In the steerage the American clergyman who somehow wax strangely there became during the nine days voyage a friend and companion froth whom they parted with real regret and with loving mem ory lie started at once for llermon He would have nearly two weeks there to write out his report for the seminary Then for his Home Missionary field In Kansas And Dorothy Gilbert Ho had not heard except Indirectly anything of her Once In Berlin ho had chanced to meet one of the Hcrmon professors who wns taking his vaca Excuse the for not hakfna lands Mine arcfull just now tlon From him he had learned that the Gilberts had fcien spending the summer nt the home of Dorothys mint In Beverly and were expect d home early In the fall lie wondered If he should see her before he wns obliged to go west The superintendent hUll written htm that the church would be ready for him In September He took out the miniature He would bo obliged to give It back Would he Hut what possible alternative could there bet He still loved Dorothy Gilbert Somehow ho felt ns If she would bo a part of his future as she hind been of his past lie reached Boston In the morning and took the first train for Herman He bought a paper as ho entered the train and as It was moving out of the station he began to read Among the first items that caught his eye was tills The publishing firm of Sydney Gil bert tt Co assigned yesterday The company was Involved In the recent syndicate allure lu the book business Mr Gilberts loss Is heavy It Is nnythlngtromIt was simply one Item out of a score of others stated in a cold newspaper style without comment But It made Malcom Kirk tremble all over What effect would this have on Dorothy Gil- Bert If he Mnlcom Kirk was poor nnd Dorothy Gilbert was now somewhat nearer him In condition what of his love for her now He reached llermon and went at once to the presidents house Tho president hind not come homo tram his vacation but was expected tIle next day Dorothy and her father were still out of town lie learned that they might return that week lie look ed up time steward of the building nUll secured tho key to his old room where he lead been allowed to keep Ids few books nnd pieces of furniture until ho returned The room wins out very de sirable bud lead not been occupied by any of the new students Ho went In and opened his curtains and sat down There ncross the fa miliar campus was Dorothy Gilberts house He sat there thinking deeply about his future Then he took out tho miniature and laid It lovingly In his great brown palm M m ooIUlUJ Some Startling Figure Charles T Harrison United States special agent on road work said re centlyAs result of 10000 Inquiries sent out by our office In 1893 figures have been compiled that ore startling In their conclusions The most conserva tive estimates based upon these figures show that the total of the farm and for est products hauled over the country roads amounts to over 000000000 tons and that the average cost of transport Ing It Is 53 a ton or a total annual cost for transportation of nearly 050000 000 This enormous charge Is paid principally by the farmers of the coun try annually and of this amount the figures obtained from other coun tries where good roads are the rule In stead of the exception show that fully two thlyds of this amount or about 000000000 Is due to the poor roads In other words the farmers are paying about 000000000 mud tax each year enough to cover thus country with pod 4 UII tlrth 1110 u u r Christian Endeavor Convention at Cincinnati At Cincinnati July 610 a beauti ful music hall wns filled and an an nex holding thousands in addition Tho registered attendance which won partial was 14000 Secretary Baer reported 61000 societies 2000 having been added within tho last year with a gain of 160000 in membership tho worldwide number which is now nearly 1000000 Over a half million dollars was raised for missions Magnificent and famous speakers presented a delightful and practical program Such men as Charles H Sheldon Booker T Washington J Campbell Morgan Will R Moody instructed and inspired vast audiences Delegates camp from Aus tralia Japan China India Africa and allover North America The Endeavorors showed a purpose for practical results Nearly 1000 was pledged in one of the rally meet ings towards a field work for China The Unites States Society recently elected ns its Field Secretary Rev C E Eborman Ohio found its first Field Secretary in Rev J Honunol Already there Bro field workers in South Africa India Japan and Ger many Many of the stato societies showed grand results A grand ro port was given of tho Kentucky prison work and of tho 1200 raised in Kentucky Christian Endeavor so cioties for foreign missions In all 1901 was a grand 0011011ition and promises great things for the now century Their Birthday DollyLetTomorrow will be our birthday Your birthday and mine my dear Al goon M the pun peep ore The hill where the blickbmlct grow IK eight year old my Dolly And youll be one you know i Dont you remember DoII7 Im perfectly nn you dor When I woke lot birthday morning tyWatlingAnd when you rw I waa looking You itretched out your arms and smiled And youre lust u lowly u erer Though your curt are very thin And your poor lugs wobble udly And your loft eyei Gong In So tf tomorrow Another doll Well treat her morningjTake your SAMPLE IOOKICT rats fM AVOVRGROeDraADI ti CREAM OF WHEAT a rAM CREAM 0 co MINrAIOL MISS Bicknell Earlys BO YEARS EXPERIENCE l T rAnrs- Dessis0 r JtAInt n ilnykrtrInnrkl illi our ni nun rrrheuer arrnh pnhbir p mnnrw n it na lalrnta tltr t foriipcurtiiif iwnto ntm taU ttiruuli Mumi i rcctlrc tTistirs without flare uilin p4ifi Ht tH i HIIIInlrIHiKtnitiNl weekly tarsrit rir rn ii f tnr mcntlCnlouriia TUb t3 a M YorkBranch I l 1Ii 1 lit t t Lf THE CITIZENBEREA KYJULY 11 1901 DEADLYTO CHILDREN PROFESSOR KASSOWITZDENOUNCES GIVING THEM ALCOHOL Barr It I Abiolntelr UnnoorUhln and Frequently Lead to Epllrpir III Opinion Corroborated bjr Med Iral Blon of New York Professor Max Kassowltz the most famous authority In Vienna on cull ilrens diseases m caking at tliu session hi VUinm of the International nutlalco hollo congress strongly ojiitostMl tho practice of Klvmg children Intoxicants In uuy form even In wry moderate quantities leer nutl wine he held were highly Injurious on account of tho changing character of tho bodily organs during child growth Such lltjuldM were nbst lately nnnonrlalilUK and frequently led to epilepsy and had also a deadening power In learning A Vienna schoolmaster stated that on Mondays tho children were dull and heavy In consequence of Uio beer and wine drinking on Huudiiy Fifty pert cent of the Vienna school children It was stated take IntoxIcautH The New York Herald Interviewed various New York medical men on the matter Dr Louis Fisher a leading specialist In diseases of children cor roborated the statements of Professor KasKowltz as to the Injury of Intoxi cants to those of tender age Dr usher was Inclined from person al observation to the belief that wine and beer were frequently given to cbll dren In this city especially among the tenement house population lie added i M This Is observed by any physician who has a dispensary practice Among parents of Irish birth who live on the west side whisky Is a favorite tonic e for babies The Germans on the east side give their children beer Parents seem to have the Idea that by giving children liquor they are mak lug them strong thnt It will strength en their hearts They generally begin the practice very early III consequent of this practice the growth of the children Is retarded and their digestion Is disturbed The suf fering of the baby from the effects of the administration of liquor seems to give the parents the Idea that more Is needed to counteract the ailments So they go from had to worse To any one whose attention has been called to the subject particularly It Is remarkable to note how much digestive trouble can be traced to this practice The most deplorable part of It Is that the ill effects of the liquor are not Injurious to the stomach alone but quickly extend to the liver Dr Augustus Gallic said the evlla re sulting from the practice were real and not Imaginary He declared that great care was necessary In the administra tion of liquors to children even by pby sicians He added that be did not pre scribe whisky or brandy for children except In extreme cases N NATIONAL DRINK BILLSI flgurfm Showing the dam Sprat For Liquor Here and Abroad It Is estimated that slightly more than 1000000000 was spent In the I United States In alcoholic beverages In 1000 and the amount of beer and spit its consumed was 1334170033 gallons or 1708 gallons per capita This Is somewhat below the highest rate of consumption but It Is above the aver i age In 1893 the people of the United States consumed 1820 gallons of beer and spirits per capita and since that year they have never reached so high a convivial point In the mere quan tity consumed we drink a little more beer and spirits than coffee In the United Kingdom where the population Is 41000000 the annual drink bill la about 804000000 and the cost rlff capita la 1902 or nearly 100 for a family of five persons Eng land spends more per capita for drink than either Scotland or Ireland the cost having been per head In 1000 U 3s 2d 3 Os 4d In Scotland and L2 18s In Ireland The tax on spirits In the United Kingdom Is about double that of this country and our popula tion Is nearly twice as large In England the consumption of spir ituous liquors Is about stationary but It Is not decreasing on the continent of Europe In the United States It Is less per head than ten years ago and more than live years ago The habit of drinking beer was apparently never so general the world over as It Is now and the last year of the century show ed an Increase rather than a decrease In the use of alcoholic stimulants Saloons and Trap The saloon In chiefly responsible for the existence of the tramp problem It the tramps of America could be treed from the bondage Into which C liquor has brought them there would f not be may vagrants left In the coun try Who are the men found In the cheap lodging houses Poor laborersI loafers criminals No hundreds of Ii jmenof former good character college r graduates physicians army officers r exclergymen 1t III Effects of Tobacco There seems to be a distinctly grow ing Impression among medical men that for persons who are susceptible to Its Influence the use of tobacco even In moderate quantities does harm tem porarlly or permanently The symp toms of this evil effect are to be found mainly In the heart and vascular system It Is noteworthy that lately French medical men have to a consid erable extent abandoned the use of tobacco Why Slam Balooa Prosper Workers In the slums report that fee quently where the dally wage Is only fl25 a day 35 cents will be spent for beer leaving 00 cents for the support of a family of ave children 1 I Correspondence ClayCountyOgle Evan Davidson was on the sick his this week Born to Mr and Mrs Finley Swnf ford a fine girl M H Fredrickand wife of Bright Shade visited friends here Saturday John H Fredrick received broken leg through a log rolling on him a low days ago It used to be the idea that the time to go to Boron was for tho Winter hut now people are finding that the best time is in tho Fal- lLeslie County llyduu Success to TimE CITIZEN Our farmers are much cheered by tho late rains Henry Gay of Shoal is dangerously ill at this writing Simon Muucy did Lot secure tho school he hoped to iu the lower part of the county Quite a number of our boys have enlisted in the regular army and are stationed at Ft Riley Kas A W Huff and Sam Valentine were visiting Hell for Sartin lately Mr Huff will teach the school in that district There were thirtyone applicants for certificates before the examiners at Hydro and only nine were suc cessful All who had been studeu at Berea mado an excellent grade More young people than over be fore are planning to be in Berea for the Fall Ter- mJackson County Green Hall Born to Mr anti Mrs Flannery a fine boy Miss Lena Flannery is visiting her brother Elias at Matilden Several of our young folks attended church at Union Sunday Andy Minter was the guest of Miss Cora Mudiuan last Sunday evening Luther Wilsou will teach the Hickory Flat School again this year Miss Sophia Reynolds of Missouri is here on a visit to relatives and friends Miss Emma Robertson of Rich mond Id is here visiting relatives and friends Miss Nora Wilson and her sister entertained number of girl friends Saturday night Last Sunday was communion service at Rock Spring and a large con gregation attended Dillard Couch a promising young school teacher visited with Miss Belle Minter last Sunday I can tell you how you can earn enough money during vacation to pay all your expenses for the Fall Winter or Spring Term at Berea College Write now to John Dodwell Citizen Office Berea K- yMddison County Peyton tow n John D Harris has a fine corn cropOur farmers are thrashing their wheatHoward Blythe sold several pigs last week Ben Peyton was in Berea last Friday night Miss Mary White opened school at Big Hill on the 8th Schoolcommenced here on the 8th Miss Nannie Miller is teacher Miss Maggie Gentry has gone to Cincinnati for the summer Mrs Boone Miller was the guest of Mrs Esther Martin last Sunday There will be a grand picnic hereon the second Saturday in August followed by a supper at night Every body is invited Jas Burnam and E W Mason have invested in a new fencing ma chine which will make over a hundred different styles of fence Rockcastle County Clear Greek W A Hammond visited Livings recentlyW of Big Hill visited t- Our here last week farmers have laid by their corn and are cutting onto A N Eversolo who hiss lioon very ill from lover is improving R A Swinfonl and wife havu boon visiting in Madison County this week W W Auglin mid J S Swinford attended Sundayschool foot of Scaffold Cano last Sunday + ICockford- We are farming sumptuously just now blackberries are beautiful Copo k Lamberts sawmill is busy cutting lumber for1 W Told Miss Nnuniu Bay lea began her school at Walnut Grove school house Monday R D Cook and Walter Gadd at tended church at tho State Road Church Sunday Mrs Jan E Dalton and little I daughter of Bertha visited her father T C Vain last week Chas Anderson and wifu and Mrs Ogg of Madison County visited friends hero Saturday and Sunday W C Vairs lost another fine milch cow last week this making three extra good ones iu the last few weeks Mr Fowler marble cutter of Broad head stopped over and put up sumo work hero while on his way to Heron Monday isOwsley County Uuhbiird Oats are almost fit for cutting Grant Gabbanl is still improving in health The farmers are all about through with their corn- Luander CallahanH child is still very low with the tlux Alex Caudell has boon sick through getting overheated while at work Meredith Gabbard will begin the school at Grassy Branch Monday Lewis Gibson of Eversolo visited Price Moore Saturday anti Sunday Miss Alice Saunders and daughter of Boonovillo visited Mrs Colo Sun dayRev L C Roberts went to tho wheat mill Tuesdrfy for J L Gab bard Mrs Margaret Moore and daught er Dora were on tho sick list last weekMrs Rebecca Gabbanl is still very weak She has been ill for quite a while Stephen Gabbanl will teach the school at Midway this fall commenc ing Monday Rolley Combs of South Boone ville is here this week moving grass for A C Gabbard Some say there is an excellent crop of huckleberries as well as blackber ries which are almost npe now Willie Herudon of Boon ev ille passed through Sunday on his way to Buffalo to begin his school Mon day Abner Baker is having Lila dwelling repaired Lincoln Baker of Moors Creek Jackson County is working for him John Wilder has purchased n small tract of land from Walter Seale lying on Wolf Creek He intends to keep bach while working in the log busi ness this fall Jacob Gabbard and family of Topeka Has are hero on a visit to parents and friends after an absence of nearly twenty years Some of our boys attended Sunday school at Midway and report a good attendance and a progressive school P Gabbanl is superintendent REPORTERS CORRESPONDENTS or WRITERS Wanted everywhere Stories news ideas poems articles ad vane news drawings photographs articles etc etc purchased ruhlicatiou particulars and full information be articles The Bulletin Press Association Jew York No More Vermin andits Attending Evils Our Peerless Poultry and Animal Fumigator will positively rid fowls and animals of lice and germs of every kind It is worth many times its price Costs but little No trouble to use for years Big Inducements to Agents B CODDINQTON Co Berea Ky 1 THE HOMEH- OUSEKEEPERS CLUB The Housekeepers Club mot nt tho Nichols House July 8 President Ramsey in the chair Owing to or dination of the Baptist minister a number worn detained those ladies showed their interest iu the meeting by sending their OXCUHO Tho sub ject to ho discussed was Dainty dishes which can bo trade front rood which is loft after a meal Tho following recipes wore given r HASH OS TOAST Toast nicely some slices of broad Mince cold roast beef stow n few minutes adding butter popper and salt to taste n little onion juice and n little parsley Pour over the toast Garnish tilt dish with parsley and it will please both eye anti palate MKAT CIlOqUKTTKS Chop fino cold moat such as beef roiiht veal or pork Or fish Crumble IlpperI50011 of tomatoes Moistou thobroad with hot water add nn equal quanti ty of moat mold into oblong balls and set nside to cool Whou cold dip into an egg slightly loaton Roll in cracker crumlm and fry to n delicate brown in hot lard HAM SALAD Roil tho shank of a ham Mince tho meat finely add an equal quantity of hard Ixjilcd eggs chopwsl fino Add pepper a littlo miwtnnl anti a little vinegar Servo on lettuce Some imoH ono may have HO little moat loft that it is a question what can lie done with it to router it ap petising and at the numu time to havo enough to servo the family Ono lady solved this question by tho following recipe STUFFED POTATOES Bake good large potatoes Cut through the middlo lonthwino remove potato ns rapidly nn possible being careful not to break the skin Mash add pep or and salt and n little create or bettor with milk Boat un nil light then add tho mont chopM l tine Fill tho skins heaping tho po lido high brush tho top with while of eggs and delicately brown iu the oven Servo hot Potatoes can ho lifted iu salads or fried n delicate brown Mashed JKI tatocs cnn bo molded into cakes and fried Tho vegetable from n boiled dinner can Ira cut into little cubes cold boots l dU bo added to give a pretty dada of color and tho whole dressed with mayonnaise dressing and served on lettuce A stalk of celery or n little celery salt is n great addition Stale bread or biscuit can Ixt tied in n flour sacknud IIHM to mako pud things or dumplings or batter cakes Or broad can lx dried in tho oven and rolled flue and bo kept in a cov ered jar to bo used as cracker crumbs aroCorn or wheat broad can bo dippod into milk into which a couplo of boat en eggs have been stirred and then fried to a delicate brown Another lady butters stale biscuits sprinkles them with sugar and cinna mon adds n little boiling water hake and serves instead of cako Stillanother recipe was given and especially nHX mmend I for n supper ou a cold blustering night Add butter pepper and salt to I qt sweet milk Bring to a brisk boil Pour over stale bread or biscuit which has previously beau crumbled into in to individual bowls firrre hot COLD NAVT FANS Mash 1 qt of cold navy beans add 1 cup of cream salt and popper to taste J teaspoon of mustard 1 table spoon of vinegar J cup of sugar or 1 largo spoon of molasses Bako for J hr and servo hot Tho hour was too short and every member felt elm had boon benoiittcxl Mns K U PUTNAM THE FARM Edited bjr 80 Apron Irofriwor cl llottl culture Hrrrn College FARM AND HOME HELP If the hind folks on the farm and in tho homo would always remain able and always bo contented with their lot and the domnud did not in crease tho problem of having help would solve itself Thorn is plenty of hrooclruntorialnml u good supply of trniniHl hands but it is when train ed hauls lay down tho burdmi that employers are perplexed Breaking in apprentices or touching now ways to old hands is often a buglH ar as greed as doing ones own work The apprentice whou broken in and tho now hand likewise unity turn their talents iu another direction just at the time thoir teacher is in straits for help There are just about as many good workmen and workwomen in the com munity and only a limitednumlor of placos for tho training of taw mute riid Comparatively few IMHMII willing to train beginners for tho specialwork they wish well done A good delta of tho evil of ignorant help huts its root in tho fact that tho candidate hasnt hind a clmnco to learn how to work A girl who is a model houHoki t or iu her parents cottage cannot know how to handle thin complicated work orII miuiHion Tho tiny plot of a day laborer is not n placo for hula toy to become extort in landma o garden ingTho kind of work done and the kind of employer who directed it will show In tho servant Every employer has a clmnco to make or to spoil hired help It is n piece of good luck to so dire help trained in a well ordered household or on a find rate farm It is easy too to spoil help of thin kind by too litiln or too much watching and directing It doonut always fol low that what suited A will suit B nor dos it follow that H is right in insisting that As methods were wrong and his own are right There is a middlo ground somo whore for tho employers and the em ployed to moot anti fix upon their mu teal rights anti duties Logic is with the employe + whon le or rho asks to lx trainedasks for maltiUMiancu while learning Good help ta treasure which every ono appreciate and tries to secure Hut good holp will not coino from tho ranks of tho ignorant and untrained of itself Somo ono must break iu tho greenhorn It is often n thankless task but there is always one compensating foaluro If tho help turns out well tho teacher huts added to tho stock of knowledge and competency at tho service of so cietySolectedA at homo on n farm clears STX a mouth from eggs and chickens Shin hue studied I ho tint ural habits of the fowls and provided con ditions accordingly iu her poultry runs I told you sol liens and women flourish anti prosper together a President McKinley will touch the button that will start America on tho grand organ in tho pavillion at till opening or tho Epworth Luaguo Convention in Stun Francisco at ten oclock this morning By an agreement of committee it is ordered that n Primary Election ho placesBoronunlay Aug I IIKH between the hours of 12 m and 0 p m for tho purpose of Dominating Republican candidates for tho office of Justice of peace and Constable in Glade Mag District to lx voted for at the November Election INH W R Gabbanl Beroa Com Robert White Duncannou C H my the Clay WANTKI Ci M tcllnlilo jMnuiu m every manly In n M 1t Inricu nmlany of M IM fltimi cUI rv iil tlniii rye IKT yatr iMjmble weekly trrdeyalwduklyeuruanaelietlwlr M1e tr Uli l1twade alert no runt rnlnlon mtUrjr 1luuti HittiinMjr au I FXIMMHW motley nilvmicol each week NTANIIAKP ni IlKAHROHN HT CHICAIIO BEREA COLLEGE Founded lace Places the Best Education in Reach of All Over 5IO Teachers 800 Students from ao States Largest College Library In Kentucky NO SALOONS Trade Schools Carpentry Printing Housework Nursing two years Model Schools General Education and fitting for advancedcourses For those sufficiently advanced to get a teachers certificate Applied Science Two years course with Agriculture for young men and Domestic Science for young ladies Normal CourseTwo years with practice teaching Academy CourseFour years fitting for College for business and College Course Literary Philosophical Classical for lif- eMusicReed Organ Choral free Vocal Piano Theory We are here to hel all who will help themselves toward a Christian edu cation Our instruction is a free gift Students pay a small incidental fee payfor12400 about 14 to bo paid iu advance The school is endorsed by Baptists Congregationalist Disciples Methodists Presbyterians and good people of all denominations- For information and friendly advice address the Secretary W O GAMBLE Berea Madison Co Ky THE SCHOOL Ktlltol by J WDImmore toan oj Ihe Normal Dcpirtmrnt Dorr Cohere A LETTER FROM SILE DEAR CITIZEN I always stand up for youJlirCti youknowTether tiny I mot up with Bob Hugely kinder loafin along InlIke tho whole world was a waitiuoiniiui- Hollo Bob says Iteloll go down to Pete Harrises an too that fine calf o hisu lies goin to ship it tomorrowAll says ho and im wo was welkin along wo full to talkie about now JlItIICIIIh I dont take nary nn said Bob Why hot Cf Cause I ilout want nary un hoWell wolll says IulOltJt nil now how uneven our bltHniiign are din tribiittHl in this tIre world Sx akin o iiM rH here Iam countin it a bloHsing to have than orem au you haint got npx lio enough uvon lo want on- nuThn nays Bob For land sakes And what do they lIt yu- 52W says IClCtr tho CITIZKN only costs tIO ets II it is worth a dollar like the others Wol I toll yo Silo says lie um two anda half stilts time butler I my xxketl Now if could gut thRIll papers all tJjrw for n quarter I belie o Id do it Paper tho walls with you know Au then Bob ho laugh Iraor nigh filly yanln fore hed HHOII again I Nell Bobsays 1 at last Ill toll yo plainly why it is I get hungry for n good pnpor or two in my lioinuV I can toll my old woman that I love her every tiny of my llfo nn tint get tirttloC it An I dont got tired o talkin with Gal a short spell each duty by radium tho scriptures BB pnvyin Rut thorns uncommon cases says I Mont o the folks I new around hnmllikn Vm first rate 0 courHo but I dotst love em like I do tho old woman an couldnt tay my prarorn to Vm novtrl An an for talkin with em every wpok o my lire bout tho Hume few thiiigs what they an me both know I got tired o that nn want n clmnpo So these ore paH rH they talk to time seems like nn tell mo what a groin on out In tho big wide world nn they toll me thing that help mo sure enough in my farmin an thoy toll mo whet good folks is fltudyln about an doin An tj they giro mo a heap of ideas to think about an talk about with Fanny an the brats WhysayR I uUoh Hugely if it want for thorn Id get mighty nigh an hun4 for suthln to read M I do for beans an swiH t haters ngin twolvo oclock Au Bob ho kinder laughed H lee tit but not like ho did Iwforn AH wo wits close to Poto Harris than an wont in to ace tho call An what do you think Wo found Poto Htand in astride o hit o holditi it in n fence corner au a hold in hits linger up its mouth HOH to muko it drink skim milk out ofa firkin Ho did look kinder qimro an wo all laughed when wo serfeach other Well Poto wiys I you gain to send this young rascal to Cincinnati tomorrow t No Ive put It off Silo Rays IM Calves Is a ride ItlsinI says BohICWhat do you moan Tote an how do you know itl I moan says Polo that I rend my Cincinnati payer an it tolls me that calves was last week auI- 3 now an liable to bo higher still before lung Ill wait nn tot him grow a low pounds moro Look at him though Aint he a beauty Aint hot Weighs a hundred an forty at five weeks old an looks as nleek an purty ns n pound o butter Youre right says Bob Lies a dandy sure Well by an by out on tho big road I to Bob says IICUob which ud weigh tho most thioro call or the out Jones has kept six months just to make tho cow rive down nu nigh starved it all tho tim- elhieusays ho HAn which ud fetch the most for veal Thisn three to ono HAu which has been the happiest an had time host timo of ill Thisn ten to ono he purttllttho sayshoNow Bob says IIts the same manaphetosoul can live on mighty little too Hn can live without papers or books prayinof throughAn1 r he laugbedlootle a 0lse1YOUill truthfully ILAS SlIINOLBS e