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Rev JOHN DODWELL = = An Independent Weekly With Strong Stair of Editors Devoted to the z respondent ManagerT HE CITIZEN THEHOMEFARM Interests of SCHOOLKtiltrtit ul l ed Jflct at Beta etau maUmalttr 60 CENTS A YEAR V01Jin A Family Pafror BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JULY 25 1901 Fifty cents a year NO Ii IDEAS Dig your wells In dry weather Dont complain or the hot weather the coM will coals again If you like TilE CITIZEN pans It on Oit Homoouo to mtbHcribo How does politics riHtinblo clioin liMy Tim Scull floats uppermost Trade law learning science and religion nro only the hcaflolding wherewith to build u iniui Wendell Phillips Take NoticeIBe juiro and null read tlio article Clover anti Grasses1 in time Farm Department this weuk ThouJlolHIIkltJlNH Club in Iho Nome Department thin wook in or special iniKrtanio riiid it Our serial Story Malcolm Kirk Is growing in intercut Hack numlH rH will sent to any regular fnibscrilx on rvluurd PROM THE WIDE WORLD TIm weather 111roii Bout Germany anti England has bean very hotIGermany scorns to lx doii g to hinder American trade with that countryChina Is not repentant nail till ftfttlemont of the trouble will dexnd upon tho firmiicHU displayed by the powers Mrs Kruger wife of exPremdenl t Krugcr of tho Transvaal died SIIIII day in Pretoria Mr Krnger who iHI in Rolland Is prostrated with gnort Hon lotiruin Bnrondaz for 18I yearn n inemlmr of the Cabinet of Pas Diaz of Mexico is In Washing ton He says Mexico has never IMWI more prostwrouM and lJrlllI IN OUR OWN COUNTRY The Sampson Sclilor conlrovvmy is raging lignin At Bloomington hilL on Monday trw temperature Mood at 107 for Six hours Gor Allen or Porto Rico has Ixfii on n visit to tho President in Canton OhioA rich vein of gold has trvn diN covered on the farm of J V Allen near Avalanch Vrrnon Co Vis Tim Pofl Ollice Department in in earnest with its fight to shut out rake publications front nrcondclnss mall The Epworth LPBKIIP Convention which adjourned Sunday night in Sun Frnncico Catwliw thin largcxt and moMt hartnnnioiis in the lilntrtry of the league Over HKX IWrHtII1- 1wn in nlteodNn A lax ninrkwl11th McKinley Canton Olttwn brought Into CharloUo lard or from oburg Out It cnitaitiiMl a knit wool n nhoiider caH for Mrs McKinley knit by Ctrs U S Grant irur Ex Prenidenl Grout The District Court at Fort Scott KBH JIIl4 sued nn injuiction onler lug all saloons to be elneilaid it hnN II obeyml Suitn will Ix brought agninnt all keepers and owners of the projHjrtv 01401 for III busimvM 0 COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY A tllreo foot Vein of coal hex Ixsen dJHCOvered within tho city limits of Vana burg Lewis County Tho Emperor of Germany han par chrtHed of Rudolph datum of Brook lino hiM hiiiulHotno Kentuckybred home King The fie udurson Route oIlicialH report very hoary travel via their lie to Oklnhoinn account opening of the now landr- V J Geary goneral innuagerof the Geary Oil COHllyt that th Smiley gusher struck in Wayne Cop hwt Thursday has a capacity of 1000 barrels tiny Tho LouiHville Hondcrson St Louis Hailwoy HondorHon Route m relaying its entire road with uow hoary ritet rails which lit bound to make it still more popular with the publicAN n result of n quarrel over tile mistake orII penny in change three aro lying near tho point of death KyThnirfnames are McCormick Howell and McNickol Frosthnllr new Indimtrial Department in bon nectiou with Berea Collogtv thlt of Brick nod Tile milking Young men gadlathetheir education THE TREAT CONVENTION Dont fail to bo at thin County Sunday School Convention next Wolnen day For fourtiiMi years wo have waited for it to come to Heron Vo IIIIIH now all nnito to make it n NIICCCHH Lot ovary Huperintendent in this vicinity be prepared to give the num her in his school RUt let thin Hchools attend in a hotly Wanted three liiindrcd children to Hit In a hall and listen to the delight ful stories of Miss Nannie Leo Fray wir of Louisville All BITCH Hhoiild turn out to the preparatory moeting to bo hold in thin College CliaMl Tuesday night MHH Fiay ran l Irof Fox the State Soc rotary will addrcHH us See what II list of hpcakern for Wtslnesdayl Some of the shiest from thedilTtTitnt denomiuatioiiH It will be worth the while to hear these short carefully priparitl and eloquent IPIliClIIlI Tho mimic will be a greAt Iwiluro Our homo committee in preparing MugtTM from abroad ors invited or gnu horn and voice will unite suet nil Hhoiild pn paro to help In the grand chorus at closing Blest bo the tie that binds The basket dinner mean work and rcNKtmibility Mesdames Oiiborne and Kinbreo and Mmmw Jackson fad Mooro tire soliciting contributions Lot bll help IVopIe living in anil near Herea will readily bee that they cannot la invited to dinner un they bring baskets It is hoped that no one will be offended because till dinner in mauagcxl in n bimiuettH wily Give the day to the couvoutiou Gut good and do good Como early while it in lOOl14avo your baskets with tho committee at Howard hull They will bo safely kept Help wel come our visitors Enter the tabernacle al or before tho first sound of the horn Let children sit In a Ixxly in trout of the platform All bo ready to begin exorcises at 1I1OIIarpl Attend the entire convention Thorn will lo nothing thus you eau afford to minM All pull together dad New whnt u success it will del DEATHS Itov It E SmithIIlltclil pioacli r beaurnear tho depot Monda July 22 2 Hi ago 47 years Anthony Smith infant win nf Rev It E Smith and wire iCtt at the homo of its parent Monday July 22 8 a IiI ago 8 mouths Lillie tho Infant daughter of Mr Kyer Berea died al tho homo of the grandmother Sunday Tile mother of the bale died last winter in Clay county Tho bale was talon to Pittsburg for burial In Affliction Severe and trying afllictiou has tho lot of tho family of Rev R E Smith a local preacher of the M aOLast winter tho wife and mother and tho largo family of children ten in number ruin doriously illn daught Mooeday lust clout U n m a baby boy of eight mouths was called away and at 2 p m the same day tho stay nud de pendence of tho family the father utter suflWiug from tho dreadful malady flux passel to his rowanl If over it is incumbent upon the people of Borea to weep with those who wool they are especially called upon to sympathize millet aid tim bereaved mother and her remaining almost helpless fatuity of eight children Brother Smith wax an estimable Christian man a forcible preacher a true uareuttamlenjoyed the respect of interment was at Wallace Chapel tho funeral sermon was preached by Rev Dr Burgess of Borea A large con oourxq of people attended Rev R E Smith was 17 years old when he died MADISON COUNTY Sundayschool Convention TO BE HELD At THE Tabernacle Berea Ky Wednesday July 31 1901 PREPARATORY MEETING chapel Tuesday Night 7flO plnSoIlK Service e Rrv Ifni Lodwick 745 pntA Twentieth Century SuudayscltoolIr of JK A Fox 8lfi putStory Tolling111SR tee Frayzer WEDNESDAY MORNING 93OnmDevotional Service leI IT F Aultck 045 am Opening AddressJroJ L V Dodge Jrr am Temporary and Business 1001 am Training for Enicient ServiceRev11 O Turner 1025 am Anointing for Service Rev J H Howes 1010 am Conference Teacher Training PorJ E A Fox 1100 a mResuits of a Godless ChildboodRev H 11 Zernow 115 nmThis Home Jfiss Xainiic Lee Jayzer1- 1IO am Methods of Primary TeachingMr T E Arnold 1145 am General Discussion 1200 III Intermissou and Basket Dinn- erAFTERNOON SESSION 150 pm Song and Praise Service 145 pm SundaySchool Graduatesllev WA Eisenhnrt 300 pm Stories for Children Miss Frayzer 220 pnlTwo Home DCpnrtmenlaUev Q A Jhtrgess 240 pmStntu or Asiociatiou Work in Kentucky 1roJE A Pox 300 pm from Sundayschools 115 pulThe SundyschoolOur Opportunity 7fcr Hugh McLellany- Ct pm Reports of Committees and Business J45 pm Fifteen OneMinute Sppochra 400 pan Singing Blest bo the Tie that Bind Exercises on time sharp Come by 9 a in as to shako hands before exercises begin Choice music throughout the program Singers from all pasts of the county invited to come prepared Lot IIH us give Prof Fox and Miss Frayzor of Louisville a hearty welcome On Monday in Paducah the ther mometer registered 111 III tho after hoot Reports from Fayetto Wood ford liouhou Franklin old other coon ties say that unless it rains HOOII the tobacco corn and hump crops in tho Bltiegnuw will bo ruined There is great interest in Scotts ville Allen County over the oil industry Leases worn taken Friday on eighteen different tracts of laud on Big Trammel Crook nn TO THE DEAFA rich lady cured of her Deafness and Noises in tho Head by Dr Nicholsons Artificial Ear Drums gave 25000 to his Insti tote so that deaf people unable to procure the Ear Drums may have them free Address No 1314 The Nicholson Institute 780 Eighth Ave nue New York 620 O- 2WANTanCable reliable pcnnn In every county to retinwuiil larpo company of nolUI damn clml reputation txn Mary per year payable weekly 51lar day lnolnuly ure and all ripen na ade ileflnlto salary no rom mlwloiiMlary paid each Saturday And expense mono adrancvtl each week STANDARD HOUSE Sr 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 b- yBICKNELL EARLY BEREA KENTUCKY H ndanSend u 212 tent tt mM end wo will mall you n knife tho rxnct item of this picture It has 2 blade and retails generally at 7S eU but to get you to try them wo will cad you one for 48 cU or 2 212 cent stamp Your wllo wants a pntr of SIIKARS We will timall her a pair of 7 Inch razor teel hears for do cta or 30two ct stamps We havo an 80 page- lluBtraled Catalogue we will mall you tree If you ask for It Ailitreu BIA1IEH II GHOSH CO 00 AiUm aloledoOhio and mention The Citizen KELLOGG ft WITHENBDRY Wholesale Grocers Irvine St Richmond Ky A full line of Staple Groceries carried at all times Mail and Phone Orders receive prompt shipment COOL CLOTHES I 1 Itf1 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 Gloyes Hos iery Hats Shoes and everything else needful to clothe a man in best style from head to foot Priced so you will come backagain COVINGTON BANKS Richmond Ky t Fine Stock of Ladies and Mens Trunks Bags Suit Cases etc T C LOWRY ATTORNEYATLAWRichmond BUILDINOMAIN STREET Collections And Real EstAte 4 Specialty E B McCOY Dentist Berea Kentucky C It OGG Firstclass Photography Center Strut Btrea Ky 900Salary Men end women of Rood addrcs1 to represent uSlIOme to travel appointing aecnU others or loral work ter our interest 8100- Iary Riiarnntced yearly extra commissions and- eicuea advancement old cotaUUhcd house Grand chance for earnest man or woman to secure pleasant permauent position and libel al income New url1llaut lines VOle at once NTAIfFUKIl 1UKSS 33 Church St New Haven Conn 9M Every Business needs GOOD PRINTING- And we can do it at a Rea sonable price DONT you need some Note Heads Heads Statements Bill Heads Envelopes Business Cards etc etc If so write for prices STUDENTS JOB PRINT Berea Ky i A handful of will not help your eyesight if you wear them all unless your vision has beon properly tested and the right lens fitted That Is Just where the skill of an optician comes to your aid If I test your eyes you will be sure of getting the right glass es and will have pleasure and satisfaction In wearing them EXAMINATION FREE T A ROBINSON Welch Block Berea Ky Three Years in And out of all the sets of teeth that havo made at my office if there is one set or any sets that show any defects I will make a new set free We are making tho best sot of tooth in the world for S750 and if detects show in ice f years we give you a new set free This applies to aft the teeth I have made or am going to make the best alloy fills iu tho world at 75 cents DR HOBSON Dentist Permanently located in the Hobson Building next door to Gov ernment Building Richmond Kentucky ip Reference National Bank Special Price to Students JUNE FURNITURE SALE I 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 in the Furniture Line Great Sale on Carpets and Rugs for Cash Wo invite all our Boroa Friends andall Citizen subscribers to call and inspect before making purchase- sUNDERTAKINGiSs A SPECIALTYJ Night Day Phone Phone 7t6 JO Ss Richmond Ky SHOE BARGAINSATURDAY CRUTCHER Richmond Ky I glasses Richmond been Richmond JOPLIN DOUGLAS PN NN H Ns Mens Tan Shoes 500 Shoes for 350 400II II 300 350II II 200 300II I 175 Mens Black Box Calf Blucher Shoes 300 going now at 250 ccCome early and get your size Only a lim ited quantity on hand ct JN s otN e Fall is the Time to Study Fall Term Opens Sept 11 1901 k r c ea ir THE CITIZEN A Weekly Newspaper EREA 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 THE CITIZEN brings first of 111 the newsnot every tale f crime or horror but the im portant newsthe news from Washington and the State capital from our soldiers in far off islands from our neigh bors everywhere For the young folks we have a story and a Bible Iqsson for house wives a few new ideas each weekwhich 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 natters and pass them around unong our readers The resources of Berea College are not for its students alone The editor of this paper can at any time step into the largest College library in the State and he has engaged several of the most distinguished instructors in the College to take charge of special departments in the paper Those who are visited by Tin CITIZEN will know what is going on in the world Every it will tell them somethingworth knowing TilE CITIZEN is pledged toner party It is every mans friend It stands for the things which benefit all temperance thrift kindness enterprise and education And we ask allwho believe in these things to subscribe for TilE CITIZEN Madison County The A 0 U W Fair at Richmond was a success as to attendance en joyment and Financial benefit- A S Coyle a member of the Board of Education for Madison county died last week at the homo of Iris brother near Portwood aged 45 years Betea is io have afair The time set is Friday and Saturday Aug 1C 17 A large premium list is an nounced Further particular later W 0 Anderson of Wallacoton sold on Mondayto J W Ballard a yoke of fat cattle weighing 3480 Ibs at 4 cts per pound One of the oxen weighed 1930 Ibu Chas Dilks who for two years has been manager for tho Southern Lumber Co at Valley View died Tues day last The body was taken to In diana for burial Last Saturday night tho confec tionery establishment of Dan Riddle on East Main St Richmond was de stroyed by fire On Sunday night a dolling on Moberley Ave belonging to Dr i1 Frazae occupied by J W Cole alo burned n By an agreement of committee it is ordered that u Primary Election be held at the following voting places Berea Clay and Duucauuon on Sat urday Aug 3 1001 between the ho ors of 12 m and pm for the puri ose of nominating Republican caiididHles for the office of Justice of and Constable in Glade Mag infernal District to hn voted for at the November Election 1901 W R Gabhard Berea Cum Robert White Duncannon C H Blytho Clay BUY THE N ew16U1 E SEWING MACHINE Do not bo deceived threw who net vertlso n fCOOO Sewing Machine for 2000 Thlaklnd of u machine enD be bought from us or nnyof our dealers fron16OOto41800- we MAKE A VARIETY THE NEW HOME IS THE BEST The Feed determines the strength or weakness of Double feed combined with other strong points innkitt the New Home tho best Sowing Machine to buy the der WIiielOrCIRCUTARSarewtag Mncblne of we manufucturoand priori berurepurchaalnQ THE NEW HOMe SEWING MACHINE MASS tg Union H j N V Chicago III Atlanta Oiu- JU LouUMo I lIl1U1Tllx Han KruncUoo Oil FOR BALE BY SISCO CO Nicuolasillle Ky s LOCALS AND PERSONALS Fresh bread at Bicknell Earlys Miss Allio Lewis is quito sick Prof Diiismoro is homo again Mrs S A Coyles baby is sick Miss Lena Palmer of Kirksville is boarding at Slate Lick Bickuoll Early sold two Wober Wagons last week Mrs Burke has returned from a visit to tho country Prof Mason has returned from the PanAmerican W E Harris of White Sta is traveling for a grocery firm Miss Sallie Chrisman was visiting friends here last week Judge T J Coyll of Jackson coun ty was in town Saturday Walter Robe of Peebles 0 is visiting his father on the mountain- A number of our citizens took in tho Richmond street fair It was a successMiss Mamie Hanson whose ill ness was reported last week is im provingJohn W Van Winkle and family of Oakley Ky visited friends here last week Miss Dooloy Welch returned Mon day from nn extended visit to the mountainsProf Itexford Raymond returned Saturday from an extended visit to New York John Burdette left Tuesday for CurroUtou Ky whore he is engaged to play ball Mr C C Rhodes and Miss Addie Fish spout Sunday at Mr mind Mrs John BllllanIs- Mits May Richardson was guest of the Misses Eagle in Wch1 mend last week Mrs C I Ogg and children re turned Friday from a visit to relatives at DoylesvilloMrs Welch and Miss Fannie Morris are visiting Miss Morris parents near Panola Mr and Mrs Jas Dalton gave a social to a number of our young people Saturday evening Mrs Mary Corbin who was recent ly adjudged insane was taken to the Asylum at Lakeland Monday Miss Talitha Gay is teaching the school at Big Hill Miss Etta Gay is teaching at Alcorn in Jackson county Mrs Minerva Denham Moody spent Saturday and Sunday with the family of her son Matt Moody at Log CabinMr Will Finley and Miss Nita Finley of East Hickman are visiting their aunts Mrs C1I Rawlinga and Mrs C I Ogg W T MahafTey is making staves andexcelsior at his mill near the depot Berea now has three mills all of which are doing good business Henry T Higinbotham insurance surveyor with the SanbornPerris Map Co 11 Broadway New York was in town yesterday making a survey of tho college property for his companyJ Worrell O E a prospector for oil who is operating the well on Tim Williams farm was in our office yesterday Mr Worrell says the out put is very encouraging and the quality of the oil is A 1 Prof Mason has moved into his dwelling on Prospect Street Mr Mason has quite a handsome dwelling Prof Dinsmoro moved into the house formerly occupied by Prof Mason on Chestnut Street New has reached here that the Rev H M Jones acting professor of history and assistant in languages in Berea College was married at Peoria Ill to Miss Nellio S Kedzio a teach er in the Bradley Institute of that city Register The Barea Public School began Monday with Miss Nancy Tudor of Richmond as principal and Miss Ellen Hays assistant There was a small attendance on account of the hot weather but remember it is de termination that wins so let every child of school age get the benefit of the instruction which will bo given by these able teachers A Chance for You There is a good chance for strong and willing young men to earn mon ey for school expenses in Berea this Fall by work on the Farm and in the Brick Yurdand at other work These chances are only for such as will be here in the Fall Term begin ning September 11 and the work must be engaged beforehand For particulars address W 0 GAMBLE Secretary Bores Ky r FOR FREE TRADE Porto Ricos Petition Submitted to the President GOVERNOR ALLENS CALL AT CANTON Returns ut Once to Wnnlilngton and Will Fpwel Vacation Among the Ilues of inhieray lie tae Nut KrKlgniMl Hint I hut the Mutter of Ills Return Is Nut DrclAVU Canton 0 July 22Uov Charles II Allen of Porto Rico reached Can ton from Washington attended ser vices at the First M Eo church with the President and spent the day at the McKinley home until 1040 p m when ho left for tho east Ho went from here to Washington thence to his home In Lowell Mass and from there ha hopes to BO to the Maine woods for a vacation Ilia mission hero was to present to tho President the resolution adopted by tho Porto Rican legislature providing a system of local taxation for the Island such as under the act of congress entitles the Island to free trade with the United States The presidents ofllclal acknowledgement of the receipt of this resolution will be made July 2G the AmortIfree trade between the United States and Porto Rico The question of my return to Porto Rico has not been determined Bald Governor Allen I went there at the request of the president and when ho Is through with me he will doubtlers let mo know I have not resigned After the proclamation has been Is sued expect to ask to be relieved but the president may hot be ready to relieve mo just at that time Governor Allen Is well pleased with the conditions In Porto Rico and an ticipates a bright future for the Island Tho people ho says ate taking kindly to the now regime and each of tho provisions Is heartily supported as It becomes understood by the people Between himself and the natives rela tions are the most cordial and pleas ant and they have shown him many favors lie says there Is much enthu- sIasm on tho subject of education Tho taxation plan adopted he believes to be fully adequate to the needs of the Island Earl Russell Found Guilty London July 19Earl Russell ar raigned At tho bar of tho house of lords for trial on the charge of big amy pleaded guilty after lengthy are guments against the jurisdiction of the court The peers reached a decision after consideration of the case last ing 20 minutes Earl Russell was sea tenced to three months Imprisonment In anticipation of the arrival of Lord Russets tho officials of Holloway prison have prepared for his reception one of the rooms formerly occu pied by William T Stead the editor and members of the Jameson raiders It Ia commodious apartment In which the earl can be supplied with his own food and wines Oom Pauls Wife Dead Pretoria July 22Mrs Kruger wife of former President Krugcr of the South African republic died of pneu monia after an Illness of three days She was Gl years old Mrs Krugars long separation from her husband combined with the death of her favor ite daughter Mrs Smith last week had completely broken her spirit Mr Eloff and many other members of the Kruger family were at her bedside when sho passed away An Act of Providence Peru Ind July 20Coroner Yar ling of this city has filed his verdict on tho Wabash wreck at Cass a few weeks ago He decides that the vIc- tims of the disaster came to their death by reason of a cloudburst bar Ing washed out the track causing the wreck and that the company had used ordinary care In regard to the culvert and track and Is not to be held responsible for the accident Called From the Vineyard Mlddlctbwn 0 July 19The ROT Thomas Collett a prominent Metho dist minister died at his home here lie has held the most prominent charges In Ohio lie was born at For England In 1834 Ills parents located In Philadelphia when he was seven years old and lived afterwards In New Jersey and later In Ohio Pe leaves a widow and three married children Consul Assassinated Valparaiso July 19Thf Ecua dorean consul general In Valparaiso A Arias Sanchez was assassinated In the heart of tho city lie was shot and stabbed and his ears were cut off It Is supposed tho assassins are enemies of the present Alfaro administration In Ecuador Several Ecuadoreans have been arrested Relied on Christian Science Memphis July 23Dr A K Sud doth a well known dentist died here of heart failure brought on by Intense heat Dr Suddoth who had been HI several days was said to have been a strong believer In Christian science and declined the aid of a physician Corbin Arrives In Manilla ManlllaJuly 17The United States army transport Hancock has arrived hero with Adjutant General Corbin and Surgeon General George M Stern berg on board The Hancock made tho record trip from San Francisco In 21 days Curtail Production Fait lUver Mass July 23 The Fall River manufactory shut down until July 29 This Is the ninth week that these mills have curtailed pro dncUos tkin year e e MUST ANTK UP Comptroller Dawes DrniHds Return of Seventh National New York July 20After a confer ence between Comptroller Dawea counsel for Seventh National bank and the receiver the following state ment was mado by Receiver Tho comptroller of the HaynorI cannot deem as valid tho mado by tho Seventh within two days of Its failure where by large portion of its assets were at first transferred to time Howling Green Trust company aa runlet to secure loans of about 1208000 rondo to the hank by or through its dlrec tore to enable the bank to pay a portion of Its existing liabilities Un less tho directors within two weeks further time provide money to pay tho claims of all depositors In full the re celver has boon directed to Institute suit to protect tho legal rights of tho depositors Cincinnati Man Arrested Chicago July 17Ioul Kottc son of the late George Kottc the wealthy Clnclnnal brewer Is under arrest hero charged with tho embezzlement of 20000 from the estate of his father Kote who Is 24 years old was arrested by detectives at hIs boarding house 148 Dearborn Avenue Kotto At first refused to discuss the case but afterward stated that ho had used the money playing tho races In Cincinnati and that ho would bo ablo to settle the matter If given an opportunity by his brothers and sisters who caused his arrest Kotto was mado an admin i istrator of his fathers estate and for a time managed It well He finally fell Into the company of a number of young men who were playing tho racer and It Is said became a race track follower Call to Populists Cincinnati July 19Jo A Parker chairman of tho Peoples party na tlonal committee has Issued a call for a conference of Ohio Popullats and all those who favor tho amalgamation of all Independent reform forces Into an allied third party to meet In Cabin bus July 30 for tho purpose of placing A state ticket In tho field this year lIe has also Issued a call for a nation al conference of Populist and others to bo held In Kansas City Sept 17 to 19 for tho purpose of allying all reform parties which agree with tho amended Populist platform Salt Trust Reduces Prices Chicago July 19lt Is claimed that the salt trust known as tho Michigan Salt association has reduced tho price of the commodity from 70 cents to 45 cents a barrel A largo surplus of salt has been accumulated by tho trust and by tho disposal of this at reduced prices the competition of smaller dealers It Is thought will bo greatly curtailed Representatives of outside companies say they can stand as much of a fight as the trust No Rebate on Borax Chicago July 19 Packem through out the country will lose hundreds of thousands of dollars each year It a de- cisIon announced by Judge Kohkuiat in tbo United Stated circuit court Is sustained In the higher courts The court ruled that borax used In pro serving meats for shipment does not constitute tho manufacture of a now article For this reason he hold the packers are not entitled to a rebate on tariff dues Guam Wants Grub Washington July 23Throe navy department heard from Commander Sea ton Schroeder the governor of Guam It was a brief request for supplies and as no reference was made to tho dis order among tho marines which caused trouble there not long ago It la Inferred that tho trouble has been overcome Madman Aim Was Fatal Spokane Wash July l8Sohn C Drady probato judge of Kootenai county Idaho died as a result of t shot fired July by Henry Wllbusso a madman WIlbUBso had been corn mitted to tho asylum but escaped Ho went to the judges office In Rath drum and without warning shot him Four Men Killed at a Crossing Lebanon N H July 22A carriage containing James Goodwin of Hlns dale Mass William Thurston of Per cy N H Thomas Burns of Wlnooskl Vt and EddIe McCabe of Lebanon was struck by tho Montreal express on the Boston and Maine railroad and all four were Instantly killed Grosvenor Sails For Europe New York July 18 On the St Louis salted James J Van Alen whole goring to England to receive tho dec oration of the Order of St John of Jerusalem from King Edward Con gressman Charles H Grosvenor of Ohio sailed on the St Louis Four Years For Two Wives Fremont OJuly 18 Wallace Mon roe who married Lulu Wells at Toledo and subsequently married Miss Gertrude Ulch of this place swearing that he was unmarried was sentenced to tour years In the state penitentiary for bigamy Murder Mystery Cantor Ills July l8Mrs George A Lane wife of a wealthy farmer was found by her husband dead In the woodshed Developments Indicate murder by strangling Tho motive and the perpetrator are mysteries Dont Want to Know Madrid July 22The Spanish senate rejected a motion which had been opposed by Premier Sagasta to deter mine by inquiry who was responsible for tho disaster to Spain In the war with the United States Farmers Killed by Lightning Columbia S C July 17 Henry Davenport and Ezell Harvey two well known tanners living near Williams ton S C were killed by Lightning Moth leave large famUlMk r AT A STANDSTILL Ministers at Peking Unable to Knd International Oemllock Peking July 17 Prospect of bring ing negotiations by tho ministers of the powers to a closo continues to 1grow darker and the deadlock that been on for a month Is as firm asoverThe ministers regard newspaper accusations of procrastination on theIr part as exceedingly unjust They say the governments and not the min isters are responsible for deadlot It was nt tho meeting of July 11 that tho ministers reached somothlng In the nature of an agreement as to tho Indemnity Almost Immediately a radical difference developed be tween Great Britain and Russia as to tho details of the plan of payment All tho ministers were In accord with tho scheme early In June subject to the approval of their governments but Great Britain disapproved the ar rangement on the ground that It did not adequately protect hor commercial interests Tho neutral ministers assert that either Great Britain orltus ela must make material concessions before a conclusion Is possible Li Hung Chang keeps Bending stren none requests to tho ministers of tho powers to present a complete plan Ho represents that China Is willing to accept any reasonable termite nnd Is chiefly nnxlous to know definitely what thin powers require no that she may begin compliance with tho cane Democratic Headquarters Chicago July 19 Democratic na tional headquarters In Chicago will bo closed early next month The records of tho oinco will be sent to Washing ton where tho little work to bo done by the national committee between now and thin opening of the next pres idential campaign will bit transacted under the supervision of National Chairman J K Jones National tlcutlvo Chairman J G Johnson mud Na tional Secretary C W Dalch will engage In other work and both will leave Chicago Tho Working Democ racy the paper heretofore published by tho national committee In the west will cease at least until the approach of tho noxt presidential cam palgn It U said that the rails of io transfer frown Chicago Is that tlf visi ble returns wcro not commeniiirao with the expenses Explained by Bryan Lincoln Nub July 19ln a state mont for till press W J Bryan gives his version of the story that Agitlnal do promised him financial nwnlstnnre In his campaign a your ago Mr Bryan says It was whllo ho was In New York that two Filipinos sent a request to confer with him Ho declined to meet them and sent a friend to explain that he did not think It proper to hold a conference The Filipinos said Agul naldo was willing tb Issue A proclama lion promising to lay down arms In case of Mr Bryan election and also willing to contribute to tho Democratic campaign fund but Mr Bryan refused to consider either proposition and did not require them to furnish any evidence of their right to repre sent Acutnaldo Important Postal Rulings Washington July 18 Postmaster General Smith signed three orders amending In Important particulars three postal regulations affecting sec ond class mall matter Tho first order excludes from second class malls publications which have the charac- terIstics of books Tho second order excludes from the same class publica lions tho subscriptions to which aro not founded on their vnluo aa news or literary journals nnd which by the general use of premiums or other con siderations In tho form of chances to win prizes etc to Induce subscrip lions Tho third order prohibits un sold copies of second class pubtlca tlons to bo returned at tho pound rate to news agents or to publishers n Palaces Under Ground Los Angeles July 2A prehistoric city of Immense proportions line just been unearthed on tho Navajo Indian reservation between Durango Col and Farmlngton N M tho particu lars of tho find having been reported to tho land department of tho Santa Fe system in this city A palace has been found containing It Is said about 1000 square apartments some of them In an excellent state of pres ervation Another stone castle con tamed 100 square apartments In some ruins Inspected were found the finest of woods and other relics of a valuable character specimens of which have been gathered nnd sent to the Smlthsoplan Institution Chinese Indemnity Washington July 23 Special Com missioner Rockhlll at Peking has telegraphed tho state department an nouncing that a plan for the payment of tho Indemnity to tho powers by the Chinese government finally had beet adopted Tho amortization of the bonds to bo Issued will be begun In 1902 and tho plan contemplates the entire liquidation of both principal and Interest by 1940 It Is expected that China will ralso 23000000 taols annually This sum will be used to pay the Interest on the bonds and to form a sinking fund for the ultimate liquid ation of the principal Was a Noted Surgeon Washington July 20Ur William H Gobrccht 72 died here Ho was tho author of well known surgical works lie served on General Ian cocks staff In tho civil war and roso to a lieutenant colonelcy lie was demonstrator of anatomy at tho unl versltles ot PennsylvanIa nnd OhIo and edited Wilsons Anatomy Married His Stepmother Bteubcnvlllo 0 July l7James F Worthington 24 married Mrs Josh WorthIngton 22 widow of his father who died recently The brides sos becomes the stepson of bkj kali tvotktr s m THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON IV THIRD QUARTER INTER NATIONAL SERIES JULY 28 4 esl of the SlniMrj ne torn tit Vrrcn 1UuiJrn Tp tl Crii ill Ciiiiunrnlnry IrrpmrrjjV tor nil llrv II JI Alrern- lccprlrht Anwrlran Itrw AnaxUtloit lu chapter x we hove 70 ilcHccmlunt of Noah amour theirs th enrth wan ill vkJcO nun llrut xxxll S Ieie list Ou1 set tin IMIunds of the people wllh refer Puce In the number of tlie ebililren lit In rarl nllhniicli suck people were nut thou In exigence except lefore I iixl Krom lipfore till Aorlil was mmle both the I church anti Isms were real Io 0111 pod lie clearly saw Ilio rod vlieli through them He would nile the world In tiled ll couxnex lisp Xlvl 10 Chapter xl tcIN of broils ilcgenrrnry nod union nguln t Gal to mike Idem n name Ibis the beginning of till story of Hiilijlon r lie end of which In found III Rev xvll and xvll sad till greet feature of which Is riff glorllicntlon del us mnko tin n name liar we hnve the InBinning et tnnciutcen IMTUUM of lliln rtlMlllon Then follow Iii ten crnerntloim from Shrin In Aliratn Inclusive In chapter v wo had tlu ten Kvnerntloiw from Ailnm to Nonli Inclusive tlifnc 10 Rcnrratlons IMIng ont the line of Ilic rlBlileonit nod lendlne to Christ Mutt apart from Ouolllr dti generates Sin lurmtl Ailuni nerd live from ICdiii sir brought tlie deluge nml ik utmyiil nil except tliom In the ark slit brought the wnfiinlon of UUIKWH nml now nflrr SJOOO yens Kin nculii iirviulU and fmm the Itlol wor lil orn Wyoiid Urn river till berm taken Alirnm lint lie may liras him situ make him n blessing to all people on with Joliun xxlv 2 n Kl will bleoN tIet nnd mink thy 1 name ctvat aril thou shall to a Mmnlni aid In thee shall nil fainlHe of the earth U LhII1 Tlirw err ixime of the wonU of lie Uinl to Abrnm while el In IJr of the ChnMrw by which He would draw rim from country nod kindred nnd per form ihniuuti him nil III i nrailnp him unto lllmMlf nnd placlne him In n Inml tvhtrh Mr wnnld In due time ilve him as nn Inhtrltannv StQ peen raid III Ills ill eouix that Iht Uo l of glory npfifarnl to Al rnn situ It b eyl dent from mother record that methtnir more limn tie enrthljr Inlirritnntv w asset Nfutv him for lie looked for n rlty which haft foumlntlim whom builder nml maker is Gal Arm vii lIb xl 111 Notice In this onnlns vents of our lemon the fourfold will of Ihn Iordl will liew I will musk amid the doulto will bless Tin pnmlo nnd asnraners nrv nil from UI Alirnm bear MilTen olxjrn He illetl lu faiths not liavlux rMrirei thl pronrlew fur Ibl fe gave Ides i rte Irttrrltnnrt In It jcl lit proHlMil it Hi ttonkl IlurK il 181 Actk ill t fi bran wa Mmily and tlve yens nIl wlwu tic d twrtnl out of da mn In cliHittrr xL 11 TJ we rend that his fattier Tcrnli who pertril other etxt Joflnfii xzirl nrrvmimnltil him w far n llnrmi Abrnm Inrrliil there truth his fntber illwl nuts then inUni with him lol bin lirolfiern sour tbrjr raine Into Cnninn flu Terah binder A km ml ti Mlllln lie have gone on lulu CllIIUIIi If hr had In willing these ere not III Inn iorlnnt iiiMMloim an niirb pepuiunl anus an the following Am I by q larkof faith or lijr nn unwllliiicnrm to sqarattty from tliU present nil world hinderinginay deer our whoac heart U lonclng fur a closer walk with Gall Am I n Trrali saying that unman U far enough H i And tlie hint niHtir tl untoy Abrnm and said Intn litt1 will giro lM land nml tlirre liiilMeil lie an sitar unto Iii Lund wire appeand unto him We du not trail of any appear ante of the Ixml to Abrnm at Ilarnn for the Omit verw of our Inuwn refers to the I mis npMnnuice and uieiuuice lu Mesopotamia lets vII i 31 but now Abram having obeyed fully tlie Iinl npprnrn to him a vecoud tune anti con firm ills promise Until wo olxy fully up in tlie light wp Irate weranuot expect further light or revelation This li AbrnmH first sitar In iht lams Ity MC rlllci he womhlp bat lu Ills appointed way At this plan Jacob nftrrwanl bought n piece of grouml Turn Joshua gntlicrtM Israel for his farewell nildrviio Jliere lie liurled the Inxly of Joseph and then JPSUS talkrtl with the woman nt llir wIll tCen xxxlll Joshua xxlr John 11 The laud was nlrendjr iHVUiilnl by tlir Cnnnnnlten soil Abrnm mini lie content with LU tout and altar and to a pit prim and a stranger until Gods time should come to give him the land So There he bullded an altar unto the Lord and railed opon the name of the Lord This is lilt nocond altar In theIland and It Is between llethel nail The margin says the AI of Joshua vii Z Dethrl suggest Gen xxvlll 1U and the story of Jails gracious luring kindness to Jnrob Hut the principal truth and Ib1Ior dwrlllng place or surroundings If It be a hut or a palace In some hrnttien wilderness or In rome great city never fells tb ItedempIoncnmmtmluii with Ilimthese are the two greatest things lint any mortal can have and they are possible to nil who have reuemptionIlls Voice to sepurule heurslves fmm tits parent world soil live wholly for Ami Abram journeyed going on townnl the south It U gall to ln going on In the way of tin lonl We rend of Dnvlil tlmt lie went on uliil grew gnnt margin going situ growing Lori 00 l of hosts was with him III Sum v 10 An enlarging nml n winding about Is riot out of plnce If It he opwnrdbycall It growing In grace and In tin knowl edge of our Ix rd slid Saviour Jenu Christ III Iet III 181 Hut while on title prevent earth we are In nn rnemyii coun try for even our Lord spud lint the devil Is till prince of title world llolin xlr SO amt we need to watch and pray pest we tall kilo temptation If there U one 111dnll1 r nrnted unto Hot and walking humbly with Ond llrliif for mud relying upon rballllrLellsbllng III t I11nrl of Abram even n com pact bet wit n himself and hIs wife to HP In order to save liU lift and n coiifequrnt rebuke front a lientlien khu Alirnmx Mllh was a matter of growth and It lest not at this time reached to that Implicit tryst la God of later years df r THE MARKETS AI Riiwrtn v 0 NOUMAN A lO CINCINNATI July 23 CATTLE Common 2X SLOT r Butclmurx416rB 601 i1 1i2Ei 1 SALChoicerN1100 fil Iilin mVCiv LatKo lllllllloll3X r I loos Common Ion ftJ I Fair good light r f1 iXI InckingrXrl tiLd- HEKI Good loehu ofXtrl JlM Coiniiioii to fair2jr y 281L- AUHS Ootxl to clioieo lJfi fiIWi II Coininon to fair27f fit lX llIIIATNo2llltluItliORN02 nixed f8 ltAHrcFtoqu Winter patient H15- j IKIi Siicy0W in JJH I Family 21ft y 2Iill MILL IrrD16Nl iff IX- 1LTNu Timothy 1225 50 I No 2 IOW 111X No Clover tdN Ill llNl No2 800 8fiO PeULTOYIiriuler Mrlli M ft III Fryurn 10 Hi II HiMivv tent 81 Light htim Iltlcstern Tnrkiiy IKUN f- tToiim I V Pnckn II EcldIrNNhnear hy Jil Ooou Illiic NNltJnlhvl 7ijJ 8 107Ut J Ininli r kinN Il iiI 60- i1iLlEw = rime city bpl Ii lf Country 11 r Unwahhoil a thiHlhim coinhtn K i 17 litshNI foul 21 fit 22 TuhWIHII 22113 If KEATIIKKM Utvw it w nearly whito 12 It to Ilt urn u U 40 Duck colonxl to wilt 2l Hi 85 Chlcknu whito nc qnillx Iii Turkiiy liody dry I2 j lr A Problem in Arithmetic Bcrea IK not a monuymakine iimti liition It atrt that nerviciH of all its teaChNrNIt charges only an inci doiilMl ftvto help pay for hwovping haul warming thin school roomx to foo iiiHiiriM euro in nay hickm ss thin you itrowifor in Iktea thRUlit hone Anil then you iniiht lire at Iknm yon luivw to rat won if you Ntay at hotio You may Imnnl yourself under TognlaliniiH oivrtt II- InIProfttlllllllilll in Heroa or Invird nt CIIIII in Collopi luiildiiiKs Thu 4 iteniH an given IHIHW mid should b studied earifnllv Notico HiMcialy I Room fuel incidental fee nod pal iiiouthM Ixuird iniift paid fn- Udnulr J Fnil will HO fiitu moro in thin i n tor W wilts UKS in tlm spring W Stncliiith IH OW GrnmniHrHchoolH pay only S3f 0 for incidental fins I Student in A Uniinmurund lx low hnvo frtstoxt Wink StndentH briny their own bed dinK and towels 0 If you get nay work to do fur llm ColhKO you art paid at thu Nod of rush month in credits on Hchool e9NflIWNI cant lend you money but till Treasurer nail every teacher will hu dour frirntt Necessary Expenses for Term 12 Weeks lc Lavc a nine ritrn muter for lert- altetneka rJother Ihlu Uu Itit mctwwry rij IVAi ail iiljr M alit t is IhunI ityNJwAkD JDIN IIAIJ lULl III1 blrldellll tt t Vi U r ast Kr Ilrrdris Fir ia IkYa1IaINII JO IN U iw I m lunmiflhrivul l cto l 4O1 jtland IM- Itnil nf Ixundry lint Minlir t S ml b ID Lirlug w In IranwIlrsloplug 21 Jn sunl uu s JI uo NInl i 5 m II il w i I Key 11111 rrliiniiil II I tl- fiilltl Eprnse 13 UVrk 31 7ft S 7A for lluiw iMInw llrnminitrilnlurt wtl hr Ukik nniltl nun Ilirlilvntxl Iw nwklnn trInlt only 717 urn lour ttltU nxin itixvili r IIIJI N II un noiu mul U itr mimiHi In piklni llm Mint enty 11111 Fuel M mil ninn In Winter told rents k III 1llIllIllfm pfrMmii who luioril Ihrinwlvw l M murk of little M they rhiHw on lltlnR Ill nML The prier of n big rnir lltlli UnlMrk or n few luinir pun brhnrrrr will giros NTIII lit vliixil wild will cluing nn t wlnili lire for lifllnrt MUll young people than evor bo fwu an planning to bo in Horea for this Fall Turin full HenderHon Rondo hits just ildod Hovorul haiulsoino tow day coHLheH to its piiHhengur eijnipinent which together with Iho tim Pullmans and elegant chair runt operated by them between LouiitVillo nod St Louis ill gaining for tho rand a stir prming umotint of through travel If OU want to como to Berea to- school the CITIZEN will help you Write at once to Rev Jolt Dud well Bereo Ky and ho will toll you how to secure tho holp t 1 Impressions of Chautauqua REV SEVERENCE NEW YOU Rrpirtri bj Miss curie W1 On thu athletio grounds tho absence of profanity is noteworthy lu tin lecture hilly tho hunger for knowliHlgit is maiiifoHt Every one giving earneht application to study Systematic pleasure and shady lire reduce d to a Hiicncn hunt Thu religions shin of life Is not overestimated in fact religion mH to bo tukUM a matter of course for when a noted divino from London or Greater Now York is commenting oil Mcriptnri IndinH art busywith cm broidery crochet work a hook or papur catching now and then MOllie Thing of interest to tluMii Tin amphillnmtro is the center ol till attractions Init till author remit hiN own pooniH the organist thrills tutu encampment the soloist Hpixan in all her tint the preacher gives hit nsKagu thespldliugtnutch rurnisitrN iiimiNitiient the lover ilreanm nod the I is man me litaieN At ClmulHiKjiiu one may have tJ elusion if uiiii desires Should nocie ly ht neediMl till thoughtful from ninny status nmy be interviewed with ut much formality of introduction One mile alog till share null you Inive walked till length of theAssem bly Grounds Less then half a milt hack iron Lake liHiitanipia yon find the limitti of this educational em porium for hero ono pays for what one receiveH If you pay 40 cln you tuny enter Ihs grounds where the steamer lands you and the ticket en titles you to the privileg of this plate for 21 hours If yon desire to remuin t weekH you can pnrchaso a ticket for fHX Board nod room cue Iw had as low nit 411r week Birds mm mil day long under the umbrageous trees hitllo cottager art Hegregatwl at one Nod of tint en atmpment whero pianos are kept vi brating from early morn till dusk Children lint kept employ hero as to seem to como from intelligent parents only There app arx no empty laughter anywhere All who come to Chuu tauiiu lint put iijwn their gixxl ho havior and the iitniOHphern calls on then to think thu lest thoughts pow nibli Frivolity vanity pride mid condesceuHion are thin exception The Hall of Philosophy makea you think of till ancient AttieniauH stud you aro pleased that thu United States has no many thoughtful citi zousIt used to IH till idea that the time to go to Berea was foe tho Winter but low H opIo are finding that the best iinn in in the Fall I can toll you how you can earn liiiongh money during vacation to pay ill your expenses for tho Fall Winter ir Spring Term at Horea College Write now to lout Dodwell Citizen Ollice Keren Ky MALCOM KIRK- A Tale of Moral HeroUm In Overcoming the World By OHABLE8 M SHELDON Aulhnrnf In JlIA SIt Crufllrtono JViWp StrunU Ul tllunluarnlPrtva Oopjriiitil IJHO by tht Ailnnee PublUhlnr Cb1 CONTINUED CHAPTER Y 1IALCOU ATTEMPTS TO IIETUKX TilE MINI ATUIIK The next lily Mnlcom Kirk doggedly set to work on his report evening lu went over to sco the IlnIII1 lCr1Inlllilelull abroad material he hind accumulated while It Wits the fourth evening of his re turn that he saw the lights In the GII bert house across the campus as even lug set In The house hind been shut up and dark She Is home again was hits first thought He wits unable to work well that evening The next tiny he con tinued but the evident nearness jot Dorothy made him restless to see her Once slii came out on the porch and he readily recognized her even at that distance That evening he did not pretend to hlniFtlf that he could do anything worth doing on hits report anti resolved to go and return the miniature without waiting any longer Ho hind kept It more than a year now He was under promise to give It back As well now as any time He rang the bell with a tremor at heart that Instantly bounded Into fever when Dorothy herself opened the door He stood there In the light of the porch and his trepidation did nu hinder his observing that Dorothy look ed very pnle nod even as If she had been crying Wont you come In Mr Kirk am very glad to pet you w laid Dorothy s e L r4 N She spoke So easily so kindly that he recovered bas self possession at once and went Into the parlor aud sat down wondering at the commonplace de tails of ills meeting with the one wo man In all the world to him You will excuse me fur coming noon after your returu he said Him PlyCertainly replied Dorothy stall lug Would you like to see father No said Malcom Kirk I cnini to sec you It was so evidently trtn that Dorothy could wiy nothing for II moment There was an awkward si leuce Shu broke It by Haying I have read your pamphlet dcxcrlh lug thllIle of the people ou the contl inlit In the cities I thank you uot fob the pleasure but for the pnlu It girl meHe looked at her gratefully lie un dcrMood exactly whit she meant Tin Djieulng hind been made for talk akin I the lines of his deepest life and before be knew Just how It had beer brought about he was telling her some of the experiences of hU year abroad thlngH he hind told to no one else and had not dell been able to put lulu hit retort All till time he felt the mlnln ture In his pocket But he necnied tIJ tight agaluxt the knowledge that hi lutiHt give II up AH fur Dorothy she experienced Ii feeling of exhilaration In her talk wltt this man Slits was sick of the cmptj nothing she hind Ixin bearing all sinuser The recent experience of hem fathers failure also had excited her There was much lu everything that rvnded Mnlcom Kirks life work to attract her nt the present moment It must have been nearly an limit that they hind been talking she ask lug piestlomi and he replying and ev cry minute grew Increasingly full Interest to tier when he suddenly stop ped an had done that evening a year before stud asked Would you do you feel an If you could piny some thlngr He was simply bnttllng for time and ho wits In a condition where he couli not run the risk of speaking Homcthlni he ought not The longer he staid the deeper he knew Ills heart longed foi Dorothy Glllx rL He felt that whlli she was playing he might measure lilt duty and hili Inclination heater She was never able to tell hcrsell why she played as she dud She began with the old German Lorelei Id welt nlcht was soil es bcdcutcn lulls Ich so traurlg bin I know not how it Is that I am so sad and thou before she could control tier fingers or her thought she bad passed on to tile Traumercl which Kirk lend asked tics to play before When she finished she hardly knew her own feelings When she turned about be was standing aud he hail the miniature In his hand I promised to return It when I caws back lie spoke with great olmpllcl ty and as hula fashion always was looked straight In her face like a wan who III not ashamed or afraid No one but myself has seen It The keep lag of It has not He hardly dared to trust himself tc say what lay within his heart Ir truth he knew well enough that he would be a far different man for the rest of his day If be could only have thus woman for his wafer but at that moment he foil ns If such a possibility was too remote for even thought He had walked to the mantel and was about to put the miniature down In the place where It had been when a sound In the library startled them both It was a sound as of some one falling heavily Father Dorothy exclaimed ID ter ror She ran Into the hall but swift ns she was Malcom Kirk was before her Even ns he leaped forward he was con sclous that ho held the miniature still and before be reached the library he had mechanically put It Into Its old resting place In his pocket They found Mr Gilbert lying ou the floor unconscious Dorothy kneeled on one side of the Italy Malcom Kirk They found Mr Gilbert lying on tin Jtoor unconscious on the other and for a moment there was a wild fear In Dorothys heart thai her father had In some way killed himself Isle business failure hud heel the great humiliation of ills life Kirk put her wind at rest 1Ile has had a shock or stroke of some kind lie lifted the body up placed It on the lounge and Instant ran out of the house for the sedan win lived only a few doors away When he came he pronounced tin case serious but gave Dorothy hope Malcom Kirk came bnck but In tin excitement he could do nothing bill gctbnck to its room u wife and souls others hUll come lu ti stay with Dorothy for the night NewIEngland bwtaeM true t i l school When his failure came an be hud begun to recover from the first effect of the blow he hud no though of any other course but to pay Jolla fur dollar of his honest ludebtcducsi To do it meant the loss of his bcautlft Lame lu Hcrmon Dorothy felt as hI did about It He had uo fears ou Itur score The Integrity nnd firmness ot such a moral course were never III question with either of them So he hud come back from where be ha bleu staying with hits sister and th night Kirk called he was busy In hili library arranging the business of tbe Ilermon property going over all the details of his recent loss ate niaklti what provision he could for the ture lIe was nearly r5 still ns Ill supposed lu the prime of life and he manfully determined to begin nil oer again lie could leave Dorothy will her aunt who was alone much of th time and needed her o present himself struggle Into place again wit honor untarnished and the good mini of the firm free from commercial stall So the honest sturdy publish r thought as he sat at his desk with hlK papers before him Then suddenly just n little after Dorothy hind excise to play he felt a new and awful pal seize him he reeled In his chair vain ly tried to call out for help and stint unconscious to the floor The next few days were days ot great anxiety to Mnlcom Kirk lie could see the doctors carriage befor the Gilbert house every morning QIIC morning he saw the doctor go up the steps with another mau who cnterc with him The doctors carriage n inalncd tu trout of the house that till until noun In the afternoon Kirk called to Inquire nail the servant came IIlIt at the back porch and told him Mr Gilbert had been sinking rapidly A cik brnted physician from Boston hind hem lu consultation anti he said there WUI little hope Kirk passed au almost sleeplcs night and next morning as he lookci across the campus he kuuw that rllt woman he loved best wos alone with her grief He could see the wreath ot flowers ou the door find It told him at once that John Gilbert had passed ot tyjvcr more to be vexed with the strut gee of the life that now Is on the earthThe week following was one of the most trying that Malcom Kirk eyer knew The funeral of John Gilbert was heM lu the seminary chapel ulHI attended by the professors and townspeople generally Dorothys aunt wa with her Kirk hind no opportunity to see Dorothy and be to her the comfor he longed to be It was agony to bin after the funeral was over to thlul that there across the campus In tho great bouse was the woman he lover passing through a great sorrow and be had no right to go to her und share that sorrow with tier He felt as If he could uot break lu on her grief to spent even of his lave So the days passel restlessly for him and he tried to wort on his report but made Very little tea progress He laid the miniature on his table and tried to write with tho face looking up at him but he mad uo progress at all then and the close of the week found him walking Ills room In great uncertainty of heart and mind On Monday the week following bo was obliged to go down to Boston to consult some authorities In Settlement work and when he came back tlte next tiny the Gilbert house was closed and Dorothy anti her aunt bad gone to BeverlyIt the very next day that Kirk saw In a Boston paper the name ot Francis Raleigh arrived a few day before from Liverpool ou the Cepba loula Looking over the columns a little farther down he saw lu the lo cal news front Beverly this statement Mr Francis Raleigh the Hermoi artist recently arrived from a year study abroad Is the guest of Mrs Arthur Pcurosc sister of the late John Gilbert That was all but It roused Malcou Kirk to Instant action lie knew with all till vigor anti Intensity of ills deep honest nature that his love for Dorothy Gilbert was uow the largest part of hi life He had consecrated Ids time am strength to the ministry lie did Ilot deceive himself He knew wheat such a consecration tenet He faced open eyed the entire meaning of u minis IIIlsslonaryI his study She must choose between him anti me I cannot go to my work without speaking to tier My love fo her Is honest and true and If Got Grant that she can love mo und shah my life with uie He left the rest unspoken and go Ing buck to ills desk be mutt down trembling a little as be put his face In his hands and prayed thnt the mmge of his heart might be satisfied Hi hind made up his mind to act and act quickly and onco he lad decided 01 his course he was free from nil doubt as to Its wisdom lIe took the afternoon train for Bcv crly and reached the place before dusk Mrs Pcurose lived In one of the handsome summer villas near tho sea Tin whole place smote Kirk as with n blow aimed at his poverty his obscurl ty his whole future And yet he sail to himself as he walked up the step that there was something In his ute which money and all Its attendant ell WInce could not buy and he believed that Dorothy Gilbert somehow If shi ever loved any one enough would fee the same way toward all the outward display of wealth The servant who came In answer t his ring said thnt Miss Gilbert had gone out for a walk and hind not yet- returned lie nt once asked for Mrs Pourose When she came In where Kirk was standing In the reception room she surprised him by greeting him very warmly by name Ho hall Mrclr net her at the time ot Mr OU t ft Ltrfis Illness but uot more than once or twice und then very briefly She was 1 woman of great tact nnd she wade Kirk feel nt case She bad not tie remotest Idea that ho was In love with Dorothy or what was tho ob ject of his call and lu a few minutes seeing this he made up his mind what to doDorothy Is down by the beach with Mr Raleigh They will be back for tea You have met him Mr Kirk I would be pleased to have you stay and take tea with us Thank you I shall be glad to do iomlltlyAUdetermination to tell Mrs Iettrosu what he had conic for I believe you met Mr Raleigh whine you were abroad He was tell lug us something about you this morn tug Was he sail Malcom Kirk quiet ly Yes I met him on the Cepha Ionia going over We had several lit tie visits together enjoyed them Mrs IVnrose was sitting where she could see from the reception room win dow the stretch of bench She looked out and said I dont see them coming yet They will be here soon I think You were saying Mr Kirk that you enjoyed meeting Raleigh Excuse me If I say that he spoke In warmest terms of you Ho told ns about your care of that poor baby He wondered what became of It afterward Its quite a long story said Kirk but pardon me Mrs Penroso It dont try to tell It now I want to tell you why am here I love your niece and I am going to ask her to be my wife fvt ra OOXTXYUUX A BOYS DREAM Through Which its Learned of Whnt True irculiic Cunvlnlii A boy lay in the shade of an old oak and saw the clouds Mont liy now I should like to lie a man lie thought and do great things I want to hoar folks talk of rue with awe I want to sib my name In print mil It must be In big black type I want to know that all men say of uic What a flue wan Roy Lang Isl toys great blud eyes shone as he thought all this anti much more like It He built day dreams by the score and In each ho saw his own name hlgli on the rolls of tnrneIThen Roy slept and this Is the dream he had not a day dream this time but one straight from the land of Nod I was out on the sea In a great storm he said when he told the dream to me and the wind blew hard anti all the men were wild with fear The black rocks tried to tear holes In the sides of the ship I was the one to cry out Get the boats boys The men did as I said and soon the boats were full of men I saw them start for shore but I was left on the wreck My heart sank A wild fear cause to me Must I die thereI who was so young Would no one help me Then 1 heard a voice say Hoy my lad now Is your time to be great The men who were In the boat came buck and said Come we will make room for your Hut I thought I would herd the voice No said I will not go One more would sink the boat anti we should all be lost The waves swept the boat from my sight The wreck soon sink and was lost In the deep sea A soft voice sang In my ears Well done Hoy Now you are great went down down down I could feel the cold waves In my face then I heard your voice and knew It was all a dream and I was glad to be nt homo with you Still I think I could lay down my life for a friend If there was need And that would make you great dear Roy I said though you might not get your name In print It Is the act that makes you great and your best joy comes when you think God knows If men do Riot When I am great In his Sight I need not care If the world does not know Pearl liar ker In Housekeeper Repair That Loom Homespun is coming into fashion uptartia finding a market for tho products of fireside industry which may bring education and comfort to many homesWo can for wellwoven JoansImatched bod coverlets 4 to 6 Patent dyos not accepted old fashloned Indigo pro ferredFor utldress JOSEPHINE ExchangeI RELIGIOUS THOUGHT Gem Gleaned From hoe T chlBn of All Denomination It Is of Infinite concern to you what you are but of minor Importance what people say about youRev Dr Jnmcu Eo Dlvcrty Methodist Ihlladclphla No Permanent Crerd Man builds no permanent creeds They are all temporary dwellings tents on tliollno of march to the prom ised land Hev A D MacKinnon Presbyterian Boston Two Kind of Alliplmii There Is an atheism of behavior as well as of belief and those who shape their conduct as If thorn were no God very rapidly gp to atheism of belief Rev Dr Charles II Parl hurt Pres byterian Now York need So Profound Thuncul One need not think very profoundly to find the necessity for a religion of some sort which will not only make this life tolerable but also useful and hopeful Hcv Dr George U Rep worth Congregationalist New YorkIfWhat IlellKlon Hcllglon something more profound than the creed of any one church Hc llglon means the conscious recognition iot and reverence for God and the faith ful performance of our duties to our fellow mlnUev Dr Charles n Ea ton Unlvcrxallst New York IlellKlon I Lee Religion Is only life after all wise brave human life getting large heart ed and strong as It opens out halting a to discover Itself In us and toulnke us thereby comrades In the unseen church which Is everywhere Her William II Pulsford Uujtarlan Chica go A Chrlitlana seeds The Christian needs more than the veneer and gilt of polite society Ho needs righteousness ho needs to get the whole life Into harmony with the will of the Father to make life attract lye and forceful Hev Robert W Wal lace Congregationalist East Somerville Mass The Trnnicendent nible The Bible Is the only book that spans time and eternity the embodiment of the purest history the subllut st poetry the profoundest logic and the most transcendent eloquence In a word It excels all bunion productions as God transcends man Rev S J Lindsay Presbyterian St Louis The One Sure ThinThe only sure and steadfast thing In the world Is the gospel of Jesus Christ Changes come to the world fashions change knowledge will Increase but the Bible Is unchangeable The man who builds upon It will achieve results for time nod eternity he who queries It will have a marred character and come td ultimate disaster Hev 8 II Werleln Baptist Kansas City niRhtrnntnrik Not Prayer Needed Too many men get down on their knees to pray 0 Lord let me die the death of the righteous when what the world needs Is men who will live the life of the righteous Men barter their consciences for a career If you know what Is right do it dont stop to pray about itRev Dr F W Gunsaulus Chicago What the Church Xeani When men shall learn that Ube church stands for the provision of tin Ir every want the solace of their every woe tlie adjuster of their every wronir x the cure for their sickness the harbor N In their every storm their food their joy their gladness their all then shall they be happy and blessed on earth and win the best there Is after death Rev Dr Lloyd Episcopalian Cleveland A Free Choice Every man knows Innately within himself the difference between right and wrong If be chooses right he will be righteous but If he choose tho evil he will be wicked No man will know what heaven Is until he knows what right Is and practices It In righteousness Every man knows that In wrong his destiny only can be wrong Hcv S D Ilutslnplller Moth odist San Francisco Spreading Gospel Through the ireaMany clergymen sin lu remaining asleep to the opportunities offered them for spreading the principles of right eousness through the public press We are to publish the glad tidings and If we can only reach hundreds by tho voice we may reach hundreds of thou sands by the journals We cannot go out to the highways and hedges but the newspapers can and they will take our messages for us If these aro worthy Rev W A Crawford rost Episcopalian Baltimore Time to Slacken Pave It Is time to slacken pace When the age Is rushing with dangerous rapidity down moral grades and around ethical curves It Is time to swing the red lan tern and cry Down brakes The man of today as never before needs tile re strains of a Christian character t would not lessen the life of the worlds legitimate activities but I would hung the sign Go slow over the desk of the man rushing on In business to the illS lect of his spiritual Interests Hev Mattlson W Chase Methodist Chicago l Not Tet Ideal Let us not delude ourselves with the belief that the present era of progress Is destined to continue anti to bo ac celerated frOui year to year Let us not believe that there Is n kind of fate drawing mankind on toward Ideal con dltlons of happiness anti power In thu world Let us recognize tho possibili ty and even the probability of reverses anti relapses There arc yet many mountains to be climbed many Hcllesponts to swim and many fires to brave Wo have conquered a vast territory but there rcmalnctu very IDluch land yet to be possessed Hev Do Hawthorne Baptist Bleb ma f Jc lJf1I THE GITIZENBEREA KYJULY 25 1901 MOW DRINK HURTS US UTTER DAY ARGUMENTS IN FAVOR OF TOTAL ABSTINENCE 11ore Thnn Ever Uo We Xt1 n Clear II ruin mid SUmly ervrn Conilit Ilioy of Mniilitioil Drninnilril Alpo liol it Slrnncr In Kilurnllon When Dr Hush lit his torch of tent perancc truth ami held It aloft early lathe nineteenth century so brilliant was the light that people were startled ns It awakening out of deep sleep In his famous Essay on Spirits he says Were It possible for me to spear with n voice so loud ns to lie heard front tlio river St Croix to thejuttiiost shores of the Mississippi which bound the tur rllory of the United States I would wry friends and fellow citizens avoid the linbltual use of those seductive Ili Hors We skills as wo rend the xx presslon the remotest shores of the Mississippi thinking of our ever wld euliiff possessions but while our kuowl wise of geography has undergone great 1tnngr our Ideas of tin fancaching value of total abstinence have If puss bit still more expanded says a writer In The IIon Signal While Iir Hush was far In advance of lilr time Ills most daring claims as to the harmful effect of strong drink upon the meutnl and mural nature of man have not only been sustained but vastly Intensified with the Increase of light and progress Consider the motives for total ab stinence from the standpoint of phys ical well being When tile pioneers of our cause first pointed out the evil effects of strong drink upon the body they bad In mind the rough and ready yeoman homes tin slow moving hardy not overulce In person or high strung In mind upon whom a debauch would leave comparatively few visible traces nut after a century of schools and books wealth and culture low vast has lieen the change for the better In neatness of dress good taste mid personal rcllncment on the part of the average citizen The popular demand for a decorous appearance clean linen iiiil neat apparel Is proving n powerful motive to keen the tuna Inside the clothes sober gen more convincing a motive for total abstinence In our day Is the Im perative demand for u clear brain and steady nerves As the lightning express surpasses the ox team as a mode of transportation so has life become more Intense exacting and complicated since the days of Dr Hush If Napo Icon the threat could lose one of his greatest battles as historians claim by a lit of tndtvstlon certain It Is that the hard pressed business man has every reason to guard ngalnst a single Ill bauch lost he wake up the next morn pug and hid his business ruined And not only s It seen that alcohol stands straight In the way of financial sub cess but educators are now coming forward and showing that In the howe where drink and tobacco have a place the children run great risk of falling behind In their studies not be ing able to cope In mental power and physical endurance with classmates from temperance homes And highest of nil lu the cumulative motives for total abstinence stands the latter day demand for consistency of manhood In certain elements of char after our generation may not surpass nor even equal the best men and women the past has produced but our sense of consistency Is certainly keen er We now see that neither pomp of station nor the sanction of custom can atone for drunkenness and weak self Indulgence Our sense of true man hood and womanhood has become more balanced and Ideal As never before men are beginning to see that anything which harms body mind or soul Is ute terly Inconsistent with true dignity and worth While therefore we are not blind to the fact that hath seductiveness of the drink evil and the means for gratification have greatly Increas ed during the past century tile motives for total abstinence have not only kept pace with the foe but far him The twentieth outstrlppellI be logically consistent a total abstainer A National TkTo do away with the ghastly curse of Intemperance to wipe this fretting ague spot from our national life to ave another generation from the bur den the shame and tbe ruin which this one vice has Inflicted upon our land Is the task which we of this generation have to do No work that any nation ever had to do can be more Immediate ly and overwhelmingly Important W O Haeselbarth In Christian Work Alcohol and Crime Tim warden of tile Allegheny Pa county prison board says In his report that during the 12 mouths ended Dec 31100 there were received UI82 pris oners as against 8440 the previous year The jail physician states that 05 per cent of those committed were under his care for alcoholism and out of 5727 who were summarily convicted there was not one who was not a victim of the alcohol habit New Danger From Deer The discovery of Professor Tunnl elite and Dr Iloscnbauui of very strong evidence that the recent epi demle of beer poisoning was not due wholly to the presence of arsenic In brewing sugars has been followed by the definite announcement that the presence of the highly dangerous poi son known as selenium has been de tected Jn iionarseulcal brewing sugars and In beer Temperance Ilevlvnl In fart The students quarter of Paris the old Quartler Latin Is witnessing a tem- pe 1nco revival led by one of the rte dents Correspondence The correspondence from Kirby Knob came in too late for this weeks issue Sorry for i- tBourbon County Mlllorsburc Mrs Clearcy Jones is recovering from her recent illness Mrs Nancy Parker and Mrs Chas Layson are on the sick list Rev John Jones preached at the Methodist Church Sunday night the pastor with u number of the members being at the catnpmeotiug at Carlisle The funeral of Mrs Rachael Allen was hold at tho Methodist Church Suudav Mr and Mrs Lewis Smith from Paris and M J Duncan and Mrs Emma Baker of Carlisle were among the attendants Owsley County Uublmrd Corn is beginning to need rain very muchJ Qabbards children are on the sick list Mrs Hebecca Gabbnrd is not im proving any The farmers aro about through saving their grass anti oats Vm Helton and family visited role atives in Breathitt Co this week Albert Reynolds of South Boone ville was hero Saturday on business Abner Baker and wife are visiting relatives in Jackson Co this week There is a considerable amount of sickness in our neighborhood at pres out H Rice of Bllffalosent a team and wagon to tho depot Thursday after goods There are several new cases of fever reported in our neighborhoodsince last writing- A C Gabbard of Boon oiIIft was hero tho first of the week having his hay stacked John Mason and son Clay went to Jelts Creek Breathitt Co Tuesday on business Michael Gabbard and fatally ol South Fork visited relatives on this creek this week JjP Cole mowed J L Gabbards grass Tuesday and went to Cow Creek to mow for others Mrs Jeunio Moore of Cow Creek visited her sister Mrs Rebecca Gab bard at this place Sunday Pleasant Gabbards baby died on Sunday also Jacob Gabbards baby on Thursday The bereaved parents have our sympathy Madison County Brasslicld Stove Bates is suffering severely withstomach trouble Born to Mr and Mrs John Bates on the llth inst twin girls Wallace Ballew lost a good horse through its eating green apples Large quantities of blackberries are being delivered here at 15 cents per bucket Tho colored public school at this place opened July 8th H A Laine teacher Tho Red Hill School will have as its teacher this year Alson Baker a Berea student A fine sow the property of John Baker developed hydrophobia from the bite of a mad dog some days ago The sow has been killed- A very successful meeting of eight days duration at the Colored Baptist Church closed Sunday night July 14 There was a sermon each night after which refreshments were served The object of the meeting was to so cure funds to pay for tho now church recently erected by Josiah Burdotte of Bereii The promoters of the rally realized HOI The meeting was conducted by the pastor Eld D C Francis ably assisted by prominent ministers from Winchester George town and Richmond 1oytontowii Born to Mr and Mis Ben Martin a fine girl- Several of our people went to Gin cinnati Sunday- C F Burnamof Cincinnati is hereon a visit to his parents E W Mason and wife spent Sun daywith Mrs Mason Sr Jas Burnamand E W Mason are doing a lot of fine fencing Mrs Boone Miller was time guest of Mrs Sue Finnell last Sunday George Miller of Lexington is hereon a visit to relatives and friends There will be a rally here next Sun day general invitation IB extended Geo W Wright Dee White and Robt Chenault have returned from Boston Ind Miss Sophia Finnell after spend ing Fair week in Richmond has returned home Thero will be an ice cream supper hero Saturday night wo hope for a largo crowd A Chance for You There is a good chance for strong andwilling young men to earn money for school expenses in Berea this Fall by work on tho Farm and in the Brick Yard antiat other work These chances are only for such os will be here in the Fall Term beginning September 11and tho work must be engaged beforehand For particulars address W C GAMDIE Secretary Boroa Ky Rockcastle County Conway Tho corn in this neighborhood is looking fiuo mind wo have a goodcrop of oats We are expecting the announcement of tho wedding of Miss May Guinn and R G Lutes On tho first Sunday in August there will be a Sundayechool organized at Scaffold Cane The hour for meeting is 10 a in Isaac Todd candidate before the Republican primary for assessor of Rockcastle county is one of the beet men in our neighborhood and we hope for his successWithers 1Vo are needing rain Crops are well laid by John Drew who was sick at last writing is up again laud Settle is employed as blacksmith at Sparks quarry Miss Hellen Singleton will leach the school at Walnut Grove We are glad to hear through Tui CITIZEN that Isaac Todd of Scaffold Cane is candidate for assessor The quarry at Mullius Station ill employing about CO men tho Com pany has a now S5000 contract Mullins Station is to be given tele phono communication with Pine Hill Mt Vernon Richmond and Boron Mrs Nelson Northern died at her home at Mullins Station on the Ctb leaving a husband and three grown sonsJ F Mullins is candidate for con constable of 2nd District Rockcastle county subject to the Republican Primary Aug IB J R Stucky a K C conductor at tended Sundayschool at Fairview last Sunday it was the regular meet ing day and Willis Sigmon a former student at Berea was received by baptism Itockford W R Stephens was in Berea Sat urdayCecil the little son of Win Linville is on the puny list Wheat threshing will soon be finish ed in this neighborhood Bert Coddington of Berea attend ed church here Sunday Misses Siss and Bettie Gadd vi it- edlrs W C Viars Sunday Miss Fannie Culton began her school at Scaffold Cane Monday Miss Sips Gadd of Elliston is visit hug her parents at this place this week Rev A P Smith of Berea held services at the Union Church Sunday Miss Boulah Vfars attended the social at Mrs Jas Daltons Berea Saturday night and reports a pleas ant time J W Todd has had some very sick children but Ve are glad to know they are improving Died on tho 19th Aunt Frony Haggard an aged and highly respected colored woman of near this place Aunt Frony as she was called by all who know her had for a great many years lived an upright and consistent Christian life and those of us who knew her best feel sure she la resting secure from all harm THE HOMEH- OUSEKEEPERS CLUB The Housekeepers Club snot in reg ular session at the Nichols House Mrs Yocum gave a very interesting talk on tho C E Convention in Cincinnati She gave many incidents in tho life of a missionary to Africa who hind to face not only savage people hut savage beasts und who had so many miraculous escapes that ho was forced to exclaim Is the day of miracles passed Yes when God ab dicates his throne Is the May of miracles passed 7 Yes when wo have no further needs Prof Marsh Principal bf tho Acad emy gave little talk on tho rules to to be observed by tho students and especially those in which thin land lady can prove herself tho helpmate of the college in encouraging her stu dent boarders to make the last use of their time Study hours begin at 740 a in and end at 12 in begin at 180 p m and end at J50 p m and extend from 730 to 0K p m During thoso hours no student can visit another student If any student does not wish to study he may go out but he cannot disturb a student who does wish to study He showed 1ory conclusively that time latter proves to the most desirable bonnier as he would be earnest quiet respectful anti law abiding Housekeepers can be helpful in aiding tho college in breaking up tho tobacco hRhi- tStlllltuts art expectid to attend some Sabbathschool ovary Sunday and those over fifteen must attend the morning service of church Each student having at the beginning of the term chosen time church which he prefers to attend must attend there regularly He cannot go to the even ing service instead of the morning although then is no objection to his attending both of these services Questions were asked by some of the ladies and some discussion follow ed A committee compos of Miss Morrow Mm Golden and Mrs Allen was appointed to retort a weekly bill of fare which will enable the housekeepers and landladies of Korea to adopt a uniform bill of faro which will be best adapted to tho students needs The committee will report July 2H A number of the ladies who keep hoarders have felt that there would be less dissatisfaction among the student boarders and less chang ing of boarding places as well as less worry to tho landladies if a uniform bill of faro could bo adopted The subject for thought and reflection during the week and for discussion at tho next meeting is What are wo as liomomnkerH doing for tho social moral and religious life of our student boarders1 MRS K U PUTNAM Sec William V Alexanders Success The appointment of Mr William V Alexander as managing editor of Tho Ladies Home Journal is an nounced Mr Alexander went to Philadelphia a little more than three years ago to become Mr Boks secre tary which position he will continue to fill in addition to attending to his new duties Going directly from school to enter tho service of the Boston Transcript Mr Alexander was attached to the staff of that nows paper for more than twontyono years During most of that period ho was city editor and ho held that position when he was invited to go to Phila delphia For somo years Mr Alex ander was the President of tho Bos on Press Club and several ether lol cal newspaper organizations and the vicepresident of time Internationu League of Press Clubs August Ladies Home Journal IHeRlth officer Healy of Lexington reservoir from which Lox- Ington receives its water supply is contaminated with typhoid germs and is unfit for drinking Up to Monday evening 110TO persons had registered an hoincseok era in Indian Territory Of those 106330 must be disappointed us thoro are only 13000 allotments No More Vermin and its Attending Evils Our Peerless Poultry and Animal Fumigator will positively rid fowls ant animals of lice and germs o every kind It is worth many times it price Costs but little No trouble to use Lasts for years Big Inducements to Agents B CODDINQTON Co Berea Ky THE SCHOOL Baited br J WDlnsmore Dean ol the Nor mal Department Horen CollrRo AN OPEN LETTER TO THE DIS TRICT SCHOOL TEACHER DEAl FRIEND In acquiring tho right and securing a position to tech iit the public school you have USHIIUI wl a responsibility second to no other person in the world except that of tho mother whose child will be under your inlluence this school year This may seem to you a very strong statement the statement is positively true nevertheless Like prtt t like people tutu pro orb ought to bo changed to Like teacher like people Many u lay and girl have risen above the curse of a bad father but there in no case on record of n person attaining trite eminence who hail u bud mother and but few have over wholly overcome the blighting intlii once of a careless into serving touch er It used to bo that tho pulpit mould Ill the thought of tho world but that was before the day of free schools and general education today next to the home tho school shapes the mind of tho nation Tho teacher who takes charge of the child on its entrance into school life will leave an impress hat nothing will over eradicate from the mind ol that child though it may live to old age for proof of this search your own exporienco Lot this thought have duo weight with you in your actions in and out of school Permit me to auk What motive have you in teaching IH it simply to gain a living If it is in time name of all that is true und good rwtign your position for you will do nothing but horn Of course you muni IMI paid for your work Tutu laborer in worthy of his hire If you Imva no interest in your work only to acooui pliwh it so you can draw your pay you are on a level with tho ono who usurps tho calling of n iiiitiiNter of O otl just for the loaves and fisher anda more depraved diameter it would IH dillicult to imagine Pupils have mado progrws unil gained good from such teachers lint it wan always in spite of theme and no honor or credit ever canto to that teacher because of time work dono Again Some are teaching hoping to get iiieatm to follow HOIIIO other profession While we would not say mini words against this motive Wit do say most emphatically if this In your mind you will most surely not vxcull an n teacher To excoll as n teacher your whole heart must he in your work Your success in time school will not be because your are bright intellectual or learned or hecaiiHo you hold n first grade or n ittato cer tifIcato to succeed you must have u degree of attainment your mind must active and your manner not re pellant hut above all you inimt have a desire communicate teach back ed by n firm purposo10 do good anti you must keep at it Closing this letter lot mo urge ujwii you to rotnemlrar you are wurktnu for eternity Do nut look for or work for appreciation Good earnest work cannot IH lout and your reward will be sureFinally In order to truly leach you must first bo tauyht of Owl Tho brightest mind and loftiest puri oso cats bo crowned only at till fool of the crow D REPORTERSCORrESPONDENTS or WRITERS Wanted everywhere Stories news ideas poems articles ad vance nova drawings photographs unique articles etc etc purchased Articles revised and prepared for nth lication Books published Send for particulars and full information hoe Tore seeding article The Bulletin Press Association New York THE FARM WluM bjr 8 C MinoN lroff or llc rll culture Herri College CLOVER AND GRASSES Experience has proved that time best plan of keeping up tho fertility of the farm in to keep n Hiilheiunt number ftstock to cotiHiiino tho greater portion of what is grown upon It If this in donu and tho stock is kept to time best funlleIIhouldturage during the mimmcr and clover and grasses to ho made into hay for winter feeding From onuthird to onehall time acreage of tho farm nt least can be in grasses sad clover and where cut tie and sheep are made tutu leading products for market twothirds the acreage may bo in grasses Clover while not strictly n grass is usually classed with them on account of UN being extensively grown with thm for pasturage and forlmy Too mommy farmers grow groin your after year often milling more or loss- is place of feeding out on time farm and the consequence is that the fer tility gradually lost and the lessen ing of the yield of his crops in the warning given o still worse failure unless II change in Sometimes grain growing iontinuoiiNiy Is kept tips long tint when tin attempt to change to grass and shyer the dm iovery is mado that the soil fins IMH to closely roblnxl of available plant food that n good Maud of gram or clover cannot Iw secured cr at least is somewhat dillictilt to wcuro- Thore no yap hut if properly managed will equal clover either for miiiutaing or for building up tho fur tility and it is nit exceptionalrasn when clover on u not Ix made a pelt of tho HjHtem of rotation carried ou One ol the best ways of seeding to either grant or clover is with the winter wheat nowlny OIIlh11trly in order that tho plants ninny ho well established Ix fore the wheat In liar vtfttttl IIItl hot dry weather sets in- A not In pwl plun ill to sow with oats F I DC tiN and harrow in leaving tin wil in u good tutuand then sow the grits or clover If the weather is showery and thorn in plenty of moisture iu tho soil no covering IH neodtsl hut If dry it will IKJ lient to cover either with a light harrow or light brush anti thoti roll Or limo wed may IKJ HOWII on fallow land after it hens been put In a good tilth With both clover and grown whether for ptiHturago or hay only n light covering is limit but if the soil in somewhat dry when the wed in sown It will nearly always pay to roll In order to put the seed and soil iu clone contact SohJcted a The prettiest neenury this season of tho your is that along till line of tho puliir HendurHon Route Almost tutu ontiro distance from Louinvilltt to Henderson you are In full view or time Ohio river In addition to this till III ganl Imlliiht of time road iipkiw it do nimble to the traveler it is aliuowt free from dust WASTKIl Ciiable nIUWi IVIMHI tntvrrfMtinljf to rrnmrtit lara iiiiu atiy flnMi runt nIU1 Iltr r iiajrulilfl H erfylwltitely era nlan Mprn N Urmlslil Ililo ilrtlnlte mUry tin w0 1111111InUlmuss XII IKARMHk CIIICJIIHI 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE Tnoc Manse DCSION CONYfIGNT5 Ac Anynnendlni a rtN brn mfQiltrhlr urerlIn our fadu trar ethr In willon U iroti tiif n f mmnuka IhimlrtrtlrconBilKiiU IIndelnt Ilrnli rant vex t Iit fur r rug rr lrtent tlinHiin In rrrclT aJOttII chrr Intl Scientific flmcrican Joftltmpl llluitrMnl nwklr Mrmt Hr rul4 mofanyrlenlmnlnurn4 Trmel2sr- hmtmonlha11 nnwximlon MUNN Co asfsro el r New York llrinrhoifl V ftWiuhlnioaUC BEREA COLLEGE ed Places the Best Education in Reach of All Over ao Toachorn 800 Students from JO Stator largest College Library In Kentucky NO 8ALOONH Trade SchoolH Carieutry Printing Housework Nursing two years Model HchoolH General Education and fitting for advanced coiirnes For those sufficiently advanced to get a teachers certificate Applied Science Ttvo years course with Agriculture for young umumIS and Domestic Science for young ladies Normal CourseTwo years with practice toaching Academy CourseFour years fitting for College for businosH anti College Course Literary Philosophical Classical for life MiiHlo Keod Organ Choral free Vocal Piano Theory 1Vo are here to helpall who will holp themsiMvii towarl n Christian edu cation Our a a free gift StudoiiiM MV a Miiall fee paysfor may e 2400 about f14 to be paid in advance The school is endorsed by Baptists aJist Disciples Method ists Presbyterians and good people of all denominations For information and friendly advice address the Secretary W O GAMBLE Berea MadUou Co Ky