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Rev JOHN DOUWELL Independent Weekly With strung WnIT 1Ir Kdllorn Devoted to the rtnM niltiiU ManagerT HE CITIZENTHE Interests of ftttrmt tAt Imtujfln to lima HOME FARM SCHOOL cUu tunUnuitttr 60 CENTS A YEAR VOL III A Family Paper BKKHA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY AUGUST 1901 Fifty cents a yoar NOO u IImASIllUllOjr It dont pay to liinil water only for Our Father who art in hoavon and on earth Improve thin dry season by tugging weded wells lull cisterns Look nut mournfully into thn pllllt Wisely improve tho pretlllItLolIg tallow Just think otdy sit weeks Trot yesterday and tho Full Term openi Heller inako your preparations tu coino now o Take Notice Head tho report of MadiKon Conn ty Sunday school Convention ill another mid work up your in crest in SundayHchool Rand what thn U S Secretary of Agriculture say alxiul Having crop from burnltiKout Tin item in tier Vttll Country The Kami Column hRH speciall good Stems this week anti everv ono oiiKht to read Hope for Oil oh Animals in thin week School Do partment FROM THE WIDE WORLD Cleriniiny In retaliation of what nh thinks our excessively hi h tarill doubles the duties on inachinery An attempt in to Im made by th linliNli antloritioM in Ilptiidn to uti Ilze tliti zebra for tninnportation pur portw in tint country Thn Hamburg American stoame Detitschland recently made till trip from Now York to Plymouth Hug in fi days II hrs f tutu a eed forth trip of 27J miles per hour IR OUR OWN COUNTRY The Schley investigation is tho ono hr1a II conversation thii week III IVMllingtm- lThe battleship Maine a new ves iiol was latmclu d at the yards of tin Win Vamp Ship and Engine Build lug Company Fhiladelphia Fa lit 1010 Saturday taunting Dr Wiley chemist of th Depart nint ol Agriculture hays that pro judico n for the in st part UHoful organiNiim bacteria haH Reno too far nnd is apt to work mon hurls than good Tho Cuban question is likely to cause a split in llio Republican party Most likely Culm will in a short limn ask to IM taken into the Union on uu equal plane with thin rent of tilt statei and the nth will come over I11n question of tariff duties Tho Amcricat sugar and tobacco inlerents willop HMO ntinexatiou According to n special dispatch to Ito Commercial Tribune Cincinnati 01tily 211 n repnwntativoof Misi Helen Mould at IrviiiKlou today do nied that Miss Goud is engagtHl to Is tnarriixl to Thomas II Fatterson the millionaire innnufacturer of cast registers al Dayton 0 MISH Gould tloen not oven know Mr Fatterson acionling to this representative who added tho rumor is JltnaHtf1l1t but uoverthelesii untrue Soc Wilson Kiuts out a meant whereby the able to nitro his crapexpcclnll corn from the terrifiio lent of such spells as that which still prevail in the West lie Nays Tho hornier can protect his corn against the heat if no willing anti able to tako the trouble to tin Heat does not caitHa ovaK ration as shown by our jnMriments with raising Sumatra to bacco under canvas Hero tho tern jxTiitiire was lOdcgioes h gher umlei ciinviis than outside IIlItil1l the muiHtiiro iu tho air was lest WIt till farmer needs is to work diligently on a diitl mulch It is imitossiblc for him to ever hicomllld with cauvaH but ho trail bv constant plow fug form a carpel of oust Ihrmt inches deep which will prevent evaporation of moisture from the soil underneath itnd then his eons can stand lull thtltr but tho scorching hot wids borne fanners do not plow in hut weather fearing Clint the upturiimg of tho soil may cuiiso the loss of tilt water tOIl tallied in it Clio exact contrary ix tho CIIt water being drawn up from below when the surface is plowinl COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Tho Midland Cod nod Iron Com incorpoiTho biiHineHM iortioii of Irvine KHtill county wax wipwl out by fire Friday night Loss SOIKX with Hinall iuNiirance Tho women of Christ Churl r Guild ran the LoxiiiKtou street ears Friday and thin fares ware colleted 1for tho use of tho church South Baptmt District Assoeia lion will hold its niuotyninthtiunual conlerenco at near Perry ville August 20 21 Tho residence of banker Long of Hopkinsville was destroy d by fire Monday the family having a narrow escape from death by suffocation l ISo many ballots were burned and that it is imposniblo to doter l mine who wore the snccessful nomi next for municipal ollices in the Louisville Republican primary last Friday h MADISON COUNTY SUNDAY SCHOOL CONVENTION The preparatory meeting for the Madison County Sundayschool Con vention wan held in the College Chapel Heien Tuesday evening The Convention proper was on Wttl newhiy At tho preparatory meeting after u fifteenminute service of song led hy Kov Win Lodwiek and devotiona services by Hov Dr Hurgess piisto of the Union Chureh Prof K A hot ol Louisville Seen iury of the State Sundayschool As sociation III a spirited addros of thirty minutes outlined the work of the Twentieth Century Sunday school Convention At the eleven Piof Foxs speech Miss Nannie Le IVayser of Louiiville n promtnen worker in primary Stindayschoc work wan introduced It1lIlor Hui gihH and delighted the atidiiiieu with an original HtaryIf the Advent of Christ illustrating the value of storytelling in primary departments of tllo SulltluJ school On Wednesday morning a special train from Richmond brought altou 2T 0 persons to lake part in the ran vention which convened in tilt spac ions tabernnele on the cnmpu which had opened for tutu occasion The Convention was called to orde at thSIO am nod dovotional exercise were conducted by Rev II F Aulick followed by Frof Dodgo in tho open hug addresi A tlxnlorarv organization wnR effected bv the election of Frol Dodge Chnirman and R K Tnrloj Secrenry Committees on perma nent organization and resolution wcro then appointed Rev II G Turner of Richmond who was first on the program wits sick and unable to attend Rev J It Hones of College Hill gave a thoughtful address on the topic Anointing for Service Following Mr Howes Irof 12 A Fox conducted n twentyininuto conference 01 Teachur Trelning Frof Fox is nn enthusiast m Sundayschool work am fully committed to tho doctrine lint the Sundayschool is tho most im portant institution in tho world1 am lie insisted that trained teachers an nu absolute necessity Tho Frofesuoi is a thoughtful speaker and thorough ly equipped for his work Tho next speaker was Mrs T E Arnoldof Richmond she spoko elo quently fifteen minutes on Methodi of Frimary Teaching This subject is of first imjxutanco and was clearly presented by tho speaker urging upon teachers tho positive need of they themselves wing living epistles for the children to road Following Rev II U Zeruo of Kirksville spoko ouliTho Results of a God lews Childhood emphasizing tho importance of training children in a golly manner so that they maj IxHomo good citizens and that to neglect such training bring upon in all evils social political tied relig inns that ailliet the world Tho Homo Department was tin subject assigned Miss Niuuiio Leo Frayser of Louisville butt she chose to speak to the audionco through the children Miss Fniysers portrayal of tho typical hind boy not the viciou lay but tho sure enough hey whom no ono Gin hole loving was Its god as could hit Tho hail lx y is ono of Miss Fraysors actual au piaintanecs tier experiences with John havo been uniipie but if arnest desire to savo is any factor ill saving boys John will lx a utter in Miss Fniysers crown Miss Frey stir is a most wonderful storyteller mid her stories clear tho hunt as tears of joy do tho eyes Wo hopo that Herea audiences nutty have the pleasure of gieoting Miss Fraysor again Tho proceedings of tho afternoon 8 ssiou after thin bountiful basket ilinner served by tho ladies of the several Suudhy schools represented Iho reports committees the election of county ollicers for the ousuing year the reports from Sundayschools Hid mention of tho fifteen ono nlnnte speeches just before the losing must be left over to next weeks issue Truly it was II A Grand Convention the weather was perfect null fully 1XX persons attended Iho singing of Blest Bo tho Tie that Binds was heartily joined in ind tho Convention adjourned tine die MRS WOODRUFF GONE Berea students at any time fro III 1880 to 1881 will remember the gen ial matron in Ladies Hall at tha tithe Mrs US Woodruff For tin past ten years at Manhattan Kansas she hut been tutu victim of a creeping paralysis which for Home time past Inn left her bereft of hpo ch and al most incapable of Mutton On Into I7ih of the Itt month she obtain id her final lelease front earthly suffering nod hits gout to join the angels Her children Jennie Ar thur Hint Charles former studenti here still remain STRUCK BY LIGHTNING During till storm last Thnrsda Mahlon Baker was standing under n largo treo in trout of his residence ou the Big Hill pike A oltof lightning struck tho tree glanced toward Baker passing entirely through his hOtly and then divided into three parts it plowet its way under tho house Mr Baker was severly injured am for some time ho was tot expected to live At present ho seems improved A CHANCE FOR YOU There is a good chance for strong nod willing young teen to pant lion ey for school oxjxnses in Berea this hall by work on tho Farm toad in t bo Brick Yard anti at other work These chances are only for such nit will bo hero in the Full Term begin ning September 11 and the work must bo engaged beforehand For particulars address W C GAUIILK Secretary Unroll Ky Did you over go to St Ious over tho L H and St Louis route I did and always lad n comfortable trip of 11 said n lady traveler It seems straugo that I have always leen fortunate in gutting n uico berth and have boon comfortable on this route You set I travel for n St Louis magazine mid I am always glint whoa they get my ticket via the Henderson Route CoOn night tho sleeper was crowded sad n largo crowd got on at East Ft Louis I thought wo wore going to be crowded but they put on an extra sleeper at once They seem to have their eyes open all the limo so their passengers may travel in comfort It seems tho officials of tho Henderson Route have ciioson tho right profession Mr Irwin tho General Fas songur Agent is n very popular ien tleman mid especially courteous If n lady comes to his office to too him on business or to sell him a hook ho will stop mid listen to her tale of woo attentively and help her if ho can Thin Indies can como and Mr Irwiu will give thom lilt otlict- wANTYICapable rvllnlile H rii mrvcrjf roiiuly in tvpniwiit UrKonimiwnjr nfdld limn molarp ytur luiyuMe wvcklyt1pcrdayAlwdulclysunta1dallcxitroMw allIIIImnlllIIOISKtll lirAKiuiRN ClllCAOO unTO THE DEAFA rich tidy mire of her Deafness mitt Noises in tho Head by Dr Nicholsons Artificial Ear Drums gave 2T00 to lilt Insti lutty so that deaf people unable to proeuro tho Ear Drums unity have thom free Address No 1311 Tho Nicholson Institute 780 Eighth Are tine New York fi20 02 A regular sponger tho Turkish both attendant TIlE TESTING OF EYES IH not a matter of guess work nor ill it trying on pairs of readymade glasses to find out which you can tco with best It n science gov erned by principles which none but one who has made a study of tho eye can understand This cut represents n lie fretto meter an Instrument I use to deter mine whnt may bo needed to assist your vision if you nro neo ling such help Tho liefnictometcr shows any Intent or hidden defects of tho oyo and ro cgrds precisely tho same prescription tho oculist would prescribe after using atrophino Some opticians are not sure that thor know what a latent defect is I will therefore state that n latent de feet is n defect concealed by the muscles of tho oyo For example tho eye may be farsighted or it hay be nearsighted or astigmatism may be present and one part of tho eye may sea better than the other part of tho same eye that is ouo meridian may be nearsighted and tho other mend inn farsighted With tho aid of tho Refractometcr I can prescribe just such lenses as you may need to correct nay defect of ono or both of your eyes and so rid you of headaches and eve troubles you have been puzzled to recount for and which your family physician has not been able to cure as well as to enable you to use your oyos for road lug sowing or any other work it may bo necessary to aso them for My office is in tho Welch Block I will thoroughly examine your oyes Free of Charge and will fit you with Eyo Glasses or Spectacles suit ablti for you as low aa is consistent with conscientious work and first class louses and tho quality of frame you desire Satisfaction always guaranteed T A ROBINSON OPTICIAN JEWELER Welch BlocK Berea Ky 50 YEARS EXPERIENCE TRACE WARKS oc rrn3- cNYaiHTS= dec Anne ernding n alrlrl sad d ale Uon mq nulrkljr au w oar i r frvi tturtticr t4 iivontmd e uhuMf iliu 1nnnmdea ilowtnctircnntUlmimi II ndtntolronlAtruU unllllllenca1t10 UI tkt without charco la iho Scientific JItticricdn tiniirtunniclf lllnntrnlMl weekly Ijircnt rtr rul tliti of any frlftillOo journal Terms II a r lour iiioMlbi II Bola by ail ncwixloalen M YglkitrauchOMoe More young people than over before are planning to bo iu Korea for tho Fall Term antiHandrtcml tin 212 rent ttiunp anil we will mutt you a knife the rxnrt aim ot thin picture It lias 2 lilmlcR and retails generally nt 71 cts but to get yon to try them we will scud you ono or 43 cts or cnj 212cent tgrnua Your wife vrints pair ol SI1KAKS Wo Will mall her a paIr of 7 Inch razor utecl shears for eta or SOlwo ct stamp We have an page- Jlluilmtcd catalogue we will mail you free If you ask for U Adtlrera MAilER S GUOSII CO ill Ailmim Ht Tiileilo Ohio mil mvlltlon The CIIUon KELLOGG WITHENBURY 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 II 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 Neckwear Shirts Suspenders Belts Gloves Hos iery Hats Shoes and everything else needful to clothe a man in best style from head to foot Priced so you will come back again COVINGTON BANKS Richmond Ky Fine Stock of Ladies and Mens Trunks Bags Suit Cases etc h T C LOWRY ATTORNEYATLAWRichmond OFFICE IN BUILDINGMAIN STREET Collections And Real Estate Specialty E B McCOY Dentist Berea Kentucky CP I OGG Firstclass Photography Center Strut Berea Ky Guaranteed Salary 900 Yearly Men and women of good address to represent us omo to travel nipointliig accnU others for local work looting after our interest 8UOO salary Kuarnntet l yearly extra rommliuloiu and- expeuMw rapid advancement old established Iiiii Brandehnnoofurearnetmaorwomant- oluxuropiell tt1t HTiiunent position nnd liber si income sew rllliant Une trite at once t HTAUItU Ins23 Church St New haven Conn 926 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 Envelops Business Cards etc etc If so write for prices STUDENTS JOB PRINT Berea Ky Ky A handfull of glasses will not help your eyesight If you wear them all unless your vision has been properly tested and the right lens fitted That Is Just where tho skill of an optician comes to your aid If 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 RichmondAnd sots of teeth that have boon made at niyoffico if there is ono set or any sefs that show any defects I will make a new set free We are making tho best set of teeth in the world for 750 and if defects show in five years we give you a new set Iron This applies to all tho tooth I have mado or am going to make the best alloy fills in tho world at 75 cents DR HOBSON Dentist Permanently located in tho Hobson Building next door to Gov ernment Building Richmond Kontucky Reference Richmond National Bunk Special Price to Students JUNE FURNITURE SALE I It will bo to your iuteroat to inspect our stock before your buy Wo lOWe tho goods and will certainly moot your viows as to prieos hardwood Oak and Mahogany Bedroom Suites Iron Boda trod Couches at special bargain prices during tho month Everything In tho Furniture Lino Great Sale on Carpets and Rugs for Cash Wo invito nil onr Boron Friends and all Oitizon subscribers to call nut inspect boforo making pnrolmsos SPECIALTY Ky um SHOE BARGAIN SATURDAY DOUGLAS CRUTCHER- Richmond ttNlN iNN N Mens Tan i Shoes i 500 Shoes for 350 400 300 I 350 II 200 300II II 175 MinsBlackBoxCalfBlucher i i going now at 250 i i tctc3tr tdlr Come early and get i your size Only a lim ited quantity on handy iItNN INN THE CITIZEN I A Weekly Newspaper BEREA KENTUCKY OUR PLATFORMl This paper aims to bring the best reading to every fire side Reading is a great thing but it makes a difference what you readtTUB CITIZEN brings first of ill the newsnot every talelJ f crime or horror but the im lortant newsthe news from Vashingtont 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 lesson for housewives a few new ideas each weekwhich should lighten thtIr 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 allII such practical and important matters and pass them around imong our readers The resources of Berea College are not for its students alone The editor of this paper can at 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 THE CITIZEN will know what is going on in the world Everyweek it will tell them somethingworth knowing TIlE CITIZEN is pledged tong party It is every mans friend ft stands for the things which benefit alltemperance thrift kindness enterprise and education And we ask all who believe in these things 0 subscribe for THE CITIZEN Madison County Tim armyworm is working de struction on vegetation in the Fox town neighborhoodILast Thursday evening lightning killed two horses ono belonging toI J C Bnrnoin and one to Irvine Haynes The Madison County Teachers In stitute is in session at Richmond this week About one hundred teachers are in attendance An oil well on the farm of Tine Williams yields oil that according to expert eiwiy is worth 8 per barrel It is a Hinooth back oil The Richmond Colored Fair will beheld Aug 2931 E M Embry is president B F Stone secretary Liberal premiums are oITendI George Cook a farmer of Richmond putting up at the Enterprise hotel in Louisville was sunstriiek Monday while sitting in front of the building and shortly after The ladies of the Pastors Aid So ciety of Silver Creek Chapel will give an ice cream supper at the homo of R L Potts tonight hours 730 tp 12 All are cordially invited to attend Music by good string baudI Good teats will be provided for all The Leader says that a company ofI Lexington capitaliHts have secured lenses on several thousand acres of laud in the southeastern part ofI iliulison near the Jackson and En till county lines They will proceed at onto to develop the country as there are unmistakable signs of oil in that region Crapsev and Lamm architects of Cincinnati are at work on plans for the proposed improvements on the court house Among other improve wets the clerks oflices will be renovated and the vaults enlarged and made fire proof This is a wise move as it will render the countys records almost absolutely safe Pautagraph Mount Stuarts boy Jimmie was severely hurt last Friday The boy was out playing with other boys on the school grounds at West Union and was accidentally pushed down- a steep bank about five feet high Being a cripple he could not help himself and fell with his whole weight on his left arm breaking the bone and putting the elbow out of joint Dr Cornelius atttended him LOCAL AND PERSONAL Master Wlllard Sharp is sick Fresh bread at Bicknell Earlys Mrs Derthick extends her visit a mouth longer Miss Susan Ramsey is sick on Depot Street Wm Oweu is cutting staves for W T MehalTey J C Sharpo is still making old lumber and meal Deputy Sheriff Torrill of Rich mond was in town Saturday John Hawkins has found good sulphur water near the depot Distracted meetings hogan at the Glade church Sunday night W H Humphrey is working for THE CITIZEN in Mason County The editor and wife spent Saturday and Sunday ou Robes Mountain Miss Mary Duersou of Richmond visiting tho Misses Hagan at Slate LickMiss Nina King loft last Thursday for an extended visit with relatives at McKee Tho Osborne and Yooutn families spent several days this week camping Camp Nelson Mr cud Mrs Ed Sopor of Spears spent last week with Mrs Sopers parents at Slate Lick Miss Anna Liudley and Lester Hill returned Thursday from a visit with friends at Greeusburg Ind Rev Aulick returned last Thurs day after u two weeks visit with home folks at DeMossville Her H J Derthick returned Saturday after a long visit with Mrs Derthicks parents at Mantua O Mrs Artie Sharp of East Hick man Jessaniiue County is visiting her aunt Mrs1 C Sharp of Berea Mrs and Mrs I C Davis ether tained a number of friends Saturday evening in honor of Miss Ida Azbill Workmen havo been busy for the past week slating the roof of Ladies Hall and making other necessary re pairsWni Jackson while working at Bimlettefl mill Saturday got his hand caught in one of the saws cutting it very badly Chas Hanson and his sister Anna who have been on a trip to Buffalo Washington and other places returned Saturday- C M Rawlings and wife Mrs I Ogg and children MiMes Nita Finley and Daisy Coddington spent Sunday at Slate Lick The Marsh family returned Friday night front an outing on Robes Mountain A week was spent by them very pleasantly Win Blanton who is teaching at West Union has had an enrollment of 41 pupils for the pMt two weeks tho largest in that district for years Rev Archie Pettiford has returned from the convention at Mt Sterling His speech is said to have been the best one made during the convention Mrs Hunting and daughter Helen left Wednesday of last week for Seward 111 being called there by the serious illness of Mrs Hunting fatherIf cant rest well theso hot nights just take a blanketand go upon Robes Mountain for your restI You will sleep with both hands up there TUB CITIZEN man has tried it Harold Hunting leaves Monday for Yale where he expects to spend tome time in tutoring and then to enter Yale Divinity School Mr Hunting will speak next Sunday night at the Second church- A party of Berea young peole visited Big Hill cave and spring last Saturday night The party consisted of Misses Nora Burdelte Fairchild Todd Ethol Todd and Messrs Chas Burdette Hunting and Todd Mrs Lou Hanson returned Wed nesday of last week from a visit with friends at Oreonsburg Ind and Bracken county Ky Miss Kate Van Dyke of Augusta Ky came home with Mrs Hanson and will be her guest for some time Rev F B Avery PaineAville 0 the managing director ot Lincoln Memorial University Cumberland Oap Tenu spent Monday night with E P Faircbild on his way to Cum berland Gap Mr Fairchild accom panied him on his trip Tuesday Herm Klima in a letter asking for the address of his CITIZEN to be changed says I have just returned from my vacation trip and spent over five weeks in Iowa where I had glorious times and had five meals a day Ho is employed as proofreader and job compositor on the catalogue for the Chicago Fair r Other Locals Miss Allio Lewis is improving Born to Mr and Mrs J L Ambrose ou 25th a boy C M Rawlings has been on the sick list but is out again Miss Southworth is building a sum mer house ou Robes Mountain E T Fish left Monday on a bus tress trip to Paris and Lexington Mrs Mollie Brewer has been ill for the past week but is much improved Will Finloy who has boon visiting relatives went to Williumsburg Sun dayProf Diusmore is in attendance at the Madison County Teachers Insti tute nt Richmond Prof Marsh loft Saturday for Blat tyville to attend tho Institute in ses sion there this week Prof Caruahnn is conducting the Leo County Teachers Institute at Beattyviltu this week Misses Ida and Tiditha Gay left yesterday for Mammoth Cave where they will spend a week Mrs Erasmus Spence who has been visiting relatives in Owsley has return ed home accompanied by her sou Prof Ruvmoud is visiting teachers institutes at Jonesville Leo county Va and Sneedvillo Hancock couutyI Ten n this week Miss lulu Azbill loft Tuesday for Louisville whore she willspend thu mouth of August From there she goes to Okoloua Miss W H Porter who is to be cashier of tho Berea bank and family arrived Monday They have taken rooms with Miss Sallie A DlvisIDr Burgess assisted byseveral persons held preaching service al Slate Lick Sunday afternoon There will be services there again next Sun day at 3 p in- S C Kelly of Evarts a Boron stu dent writes I have received a first class school which hits ti census enrolled of eightyeight pupil His address is Klondike Ky Rev T B Townsend for some years a missionary of the Christian Alliance in Africa arrived hero Sat unlay with Rev II J Derthick Rev Towuxeutl gave the story of his experiences in Africa last Sunday night at tho Second Church Last Thursday Mr Lodwick was testing tho fire extinguisher at Ladies Hall and used it with good effect on Mr Nixon who was coming around ono corner of the building Tho ex giveu was that Mr Nixons hair Roomed to be on fire U S Department of Agriculture WEATHER BUREAU Voluntary Observers Meteorological Record 1rMouth of Aueiut IDOL Mailmum temperature lei T Dole 22 A 21 Minimum temperature 52of Dale 8 4 9 Mean temperature to oJ 0 rested dally range37F rata 24 Total precipitation 273 Inclin Oreatett In 21 noun 191 inch Date 30 Number of clear lIarl 21 Number of cloudy day 4 No of partly cloudy day C TilE MARKETS A9 RUt KTKD KV A O NORMAN A CO CINCINNATI July so CATTLE Common 200 r3 300 if Butchers4lfi M 501 if Shippers4G0 r 52f- rCALVESChoice500 i fiGO Large Common300 jJ 90- 0PiousCamunon385 M 560 Fair good lightfi0r 1 580 i1 Packing5751 rJ 5 8li- SilEEPGIXXI to choice 100 tiJ nrJO Common to fair 225 285 LAMBS Good to choice 425 3 5215 Common to fair275 400 WIEATNo2 Red 8- CoRsNo2 mixed WI OATSNo 2 12 RYENO 2 48 Q 55 FLOOK Winter patent 845 jJ 385 if fancy 800 J 880 U Family225 fJ 200 MILL FEED 1800 HAYNo1 Timothy 1600Ull 1500 4 No2 1300 U No 1 Clover JOOM U50 No2U 800 850 POULTRY Springers per It 10 a 13 Fryers 10 a 11 Heavy hoes U 7j Light heusIe M RooAtersu 4 Turkey hens U li TolUsIe 0 Ducks 0 0- Eaos Fresh near by 10 U Goose HIDES Wet salted 8 U No 1 dry salt 71 10 U Bull 6- c Lambskins GO 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 Beroa College Write now to John Dodwell Citizen Office Borea Ky TILLMAN ON TOP Senator McLaurin Read Out of the Democratic Party ACTION WAS A POLITICAL SURPRISE Drmocratln Kxrrntlvn Committed of South Curollim ltriiiillutr Ihn DIMII oorncy of One of the Sentonnf the Ialinrltii Stale Tllliniui Suppurled- tin KiMilutlon Columbia S C July 2GTime stale Democratic executlvecumtnltteontloit ed a resolution ruling Senator Mclnu rin out of the Democratic party Tim action was totally unexpected Senator Tlllman supported tho run olutlon which was unexpectedly of feted as n substitute for n resolution un which there had been much debate concerning tho oath to be taken by candidates for congress In the approaching election to flit the vacancy caused by the death of Congressman Stokes of the Seventh district Tho resolution follows Whereas the lion John 1 Mclau rin Junior senator elected to repre sent the state of South Carolina In the national congress has by his aflllla ions and votes In that body Ignored the national Democratic platform anti thereby misrepresented his state and his Democratic constituency who elected him- Therefore bo It resolved That It Is tho sense and conviction of the Dem ocratic state executive committee that Senator John I Mclnurln from time standpoint of honesty and selfrespect should tender his unqualified resigna tion Immediately The resolutions was adopted by a vote o 25 to C Our Trade With Germany Washington July 30 Ambassador White has made the subject of United States trade with Germany the basis of a special report to time state depart men Ho shows that In the course of 10 years the United States had ad vanced from fourth to first place on tho basis of goods shipped to Ocr many the total value of such goods and natural products In 1900 being I2CC7C0400 Tho United States thus standn far above any other country In this trade On the other hand In the matter of goods Imported from Got many the United States has stool In third place without change for the 10 years tho value of time Imports In 1900 being 104482000 South African Gooseberry london July 29Unltcd States Ambassador Choate has left IxinUon for Holland Humor has It that ho did not go for a holiday but at tho Invitation of Mr Kruger who desires him to act as mediator In bringing about a settlement It would naturally bo supposed that a settlement could not take place without the Irre pressible Dr Lcyds but If Mr Choato has gono to Rolland Dr Ueyds has left the country for Brussels starting Satu Viy No Importance Is attached to thins Timor for the paper which prints It refers to It editorially In a facetious vein as a South African gooseberry Montana Land Swindle Helena July 27 Senator W A Clark has tiled In the United States court at Uutto his answer to the suit by the government to vitiate his title to about 1COOO acres of timber land In western Montana on the grounds that tho lands were secured from tho government through a gigantic swin dIe and In connection with which tho federal grand jury recently returned 102 Indictments Clark In brief aver that ho is an Innocent purchaser and as such must be protected The lands are valued at half a million dollars Want Teddy For President Kansas City July 20A body of CO prominent Kansas City Republicans organized a 1904 Roosevelt club Its purposes are to secure the nomination of Vice President Roosevelt for pres dent In the Republican national con vention In 1904 to have this conven tion held In convention ball In Kansas City and to have Missouri present a solid Uoosovelt delegation In tho con vontlon Porto Rican Rejoice Washington July 27 Secretary Hunt of Porto Klco cabled to the state department News of the president proclamation was received throughout Porto Klco There wns a general ex pression of popular gratification and many telegrams announce popular rejoicing and send messages of congrat uatlon to the president and Governor Allen Internal Revenue Receipts Washington July 27Thu annual preliminary report of Commissioner of Internal Revenue Yerkes for the fiscal year ended June 30 1901 shows that receipts from all sources of Internal revenue for the year aggregated f30C71CC9 an Increase of 11556GG1 over time receipts for the fiscal year ended June 30 1900 She Didnt Die Poor Grand Rapids Mich July 29Mrs Antonla Van Oosten an aged Holland woman fell dead from the heat on the street while on her way home from church She was supposed to bo In very poor circumstances but a cloth pouch was found tied about her waist under her skirts containing 104C In gold and bills Taps For an Aged Veteran Marshalltown la July 30 James C Cheney the oldest inmate of the Iowa soldiers home and a veteran of the Independent Brady guards of Detroit In tho Canadian rebellion of 1838 Is dead here aged 93 Ho was admitted to the home under a special act OB account of bravery IB erricc NKW THOTT1NO CHAMPION CrescruR Cuts llnlf n Sreonil oil orI The Abbott KriMinl Cleveland July 27 At tho Glen Mlle driving park Crescous went an exhibition mllo In 2021 breaking the worlds record The time by quarters was 30 101 131 202 lowering tho former worlds record of 2031 hold by Tho Ahhot- gnthuslnRtlo men rushed out and lifted Ketcham from time sulky and carried him to the grand stand Then ho was escorted to the Judges stand where ho made n short speech Crcsceus holds not only tho worlds trotting record for both Boxes lint last week at the Detroit Grand Circuit meeting by trotting In 20i and 205 In ids race against Charlie Herr secured the worlds record for tho two fastest heats ever trotted III n race his second mile In 205 also being a now worlds record for the fastest mile ever trotted In n race and also the fastest second heat ever trotted Prominent horsemen say George II Ketcham deserves much credit for thu remarkable achievements of Crvscnun Mr Ketcham not only owns tho worlds champion trotter but ho also bred him and has driven htm In all of his races Secretary Lonps Vacation Washington July 30Secretary Long will leave Thursday for his any nual vacation tho major portion of which will bo spent nt his home at Hlnglmm Mass Ho probably will return to Washington during time early part of September prior to tho date when the Schley court of Inquiry meets Assistant Secretary Hackctt who has been spending several weeks at his country homo In Now Castle N II will return to tho city Wednes day and will act as secretary Mr Hackctt Is expected to return from the department early In September Ills successor has not yet been elected Secretary Lang would bo grallllcd to have Governor Allen resume his du ties as assistant secretary which ho relinquished when he went In Porto Rico and It scorns probable tnat this may follow Sack of Sliver tt lnChicago July 29A sack of 1000 sliver dollars tins mysterliMirt v ellIII pcareil from the Comnu ial Li tonal bank anti although mviMul tivtivea have been put on the raiu ilt Ir ef forts so far have been futile The package which weighed itbuut CO pounds was left outside of the vault by mistake when the bank closed for tho night anti space then no traro of it can be found This Is the sevond strange disappearance of u packngo of money belonging tu limo Commer cial National bank In n year Detect ives are still looking for n bundle of 20000 In bills shipped by tho bank with tho Adams Impress company to time National State bank at Hurling ton In Aug 17 1900 When tho package was opened at Burlington It contained only clippings of papers Avenged an Insult Shelbyvllle lad July 2G Ilcrnimo of an alleged Insult Mrs Frank Kreeito of Franklin shot and killed William Gray a stone contractor at Brlggs town this county Mrs Frecso In company with her husband drove to Red Mills three miles west of Fair land where Gray was at work Com ing suddenly upon her victim without a word the woman Jumped from the buggy and began shooting tho first shot entering Grays taco near tho point of time chin Hir second shut struck Gray near the center of tho breast and produced almost Instant death An attempted criminal assault Is given as time reason for tho murder After time shooting Mr and Mrs Freese drove to Franklin Ind and the latter surrendered to tho sheriff New Naval Cadets West Point N V July cr Among the 30 candidates who passed the ox amlnatlons and were admitted to tho military academy as cadets were Cal vin P Titus who was tho first to scale the will at Peking China Norman F Ramsey lingo D Schultz and Don D Strong who were on duty In tho IhlllpplncM when notified of their appointment and Clarence lytnan of Hawaii who Is the first cadet to bo appointed from the governments new possessions Tho corps numbers 4C4 cadets within 18 of time full number provided for- Schley Court of Inquiry Washington July 25 Secretary Long In accordance with a request from Rear Admiral Schley announced that he would order a court of Inquiry to examine Into tho entire matter of Admiral Schleys course In tho San tiago naval campaign Later the sec rotary announced that owing to tho extremely hot weather tho court would not meet until September The sessions of the court will bo open Schley may call witnesses and bo rep resented before tho court by counsel Object to American Shoes Vienna July 25At a largely at tended meeting of Viennese shoemak ers a most determined protest was lodged against the projected establishment of American shoe houses In Vim enna and the meeting resolved to send a deputation to tho minister of commerce and to tho provincial gov ernor begging them to Interdict Amer ican houses from embarking In tho shoo business In this country She Wouldnt Marry Him Muncie Ind July 29Peter Till bury an Iron worker called at tho homo of Kato Phlnnoy and throw tho contents of a small bottle filled with carbolic need Into tho face of Mrs Mary Torrey a guest burning out the womans eyes ami burning her neck breast and arms frightfully The man pleaded with tho woman tor years to many bin TWO KAMI MRS FlOUt Up In Until Array and Find Tlnlr Itlllr Memphis July 29Edwin Blalnck dead with a Winchester rile ball through his brain M F Blalock leg broken by a bullet Robert Wright Sr leg broken by n bullet Robert Wright Jr a fuglttvo from Justice Such Is time net result or a desperate duel with Winchester rlllcs which oc curred near Forest 11111 cemetery The tragedy grow out of a dispute between Robert Wright Jr and I ll win Ilia lock Tho fathers backed tho boys up and tho two families lined up with rules on neutral ground When with in n few yards of each other the first shut was fired lull limo battle began with time foregoing result Robert Wright Jr and Edwin Bin lock till dead boy had a slight tune tel Wright It Is sold told It around that be Imo given Ulalook n black eye The two families on account of this little difference became estranged nnd the tragedy resulted Another Family Affair Medford bid July 9At UCltIIStation this county John IIlalllo shut and Instantly killed by Fritz nod his sun time father emptying tho contents of a shut guru kilo the victims abdomen and the son rlnlCItwo shots from a revolver Into leys IlIad Tho suns of Bcasly sad Fritz were engaged In a fist tight and when Iloasluy Interfered on behalf of his boy the elder Fritz objected A general row followed with results an stated Price of Potatoes Goes Up Chicago July 26In less than n week the wholesale price of potatoes In tho local market has advanced as a result of time druuth from 70 cents a bushel to 110 This Increase of 40 coals a bushel within so short a time Is said to bo unprecedented It brings time retail prlco to 35 and 40 cents a peek at this season when potatoes are usually to bo had hero In abundance at 15 cents a puck Report from southern Illinois Missouri and Kan Ins and other districts Indicate that tho recent rains came too late to save much of the potatot In those sunS parched sections It Is from this tor rltory that Chicago Is supplied Reindeer For Alaska Washington July 27A cablegram was received nt the Interior depart maul from Lieutenant llertbolf who was sent to Siberia to purchase rein deer for use In Alaska saying that he has arrived at Vladivostok and has purchased GOO deer for 13 roubles each with the prospect of securing 100 more and 1000 next summon Lieutenant Bertholf asks for money to charter a steamer nt Vladivostok to take tho reindeer to Port Clarence It Is hoped that the steamer can reach Port Clarence by tho last of August The price of the dour Is about 670 In American money Caught at His C O D Game AlbnnyJuly 30 RcquUltlon paper were Issued by Governor Odell for the extradition of Tom Sailor who Is wanted at PltUburg for working time Co 0 n game Sailor called upon nov oral Ilttsburg merchants and ordered goods sent to an address C O D i Upon a pretext of going Inside for tho money Sailor would lenvu by a rear door leaving tho messenger who had delivered the goods waiting Sailor Is serving a 15 days sentence at lint falo and will be taken to Plltsburg on Ids release therefrom Fatal Oath For Liberty Montlccllo Join July 29 Simon Williams condemned to death for tho murder of Deputy Sheriff Hawkins nnd sentenced to hung Aug 8 made a dash for liberty After a desperate- fight In which Deputy Sheriff R II Kllpntrlck was badly wounded by Wil lams with his own pistol tho negro fled but was shot to death Officer Kllpatrlcks wound Is In the groin Ills condition la critical Peking Deadlock Broken London July 26The deadlock f tho ministers of the powers has end ed says n Peking correspondent Ran sin has withdrawn her proposal to Increase the duties to 10 per cent anti has accepted with some Important reservations Great Britains counter proposal that the sources of revenue marked now shall bo considered ade quate the powers providing for a shortage If It arisen Bryan Latest Aphorism Chicago July 27Whllo here Wil liam J Bryan who la en routo home after a long tour of the cast and south said Imperialism Is still the great Issue between the two political parties The tariff to be sure is aa Important subject but to my mind hearldlsenso Is a mare serious malady than stomach acho n Insane Mana Bloody Work Lcavcnworth Kan July 2GMI chael Kelley an Insane man at this olllce of the Robert Garrett Lumber company In tho business district shot t six people killing one probably fay tally wounding another and more or less seriously wounding four others of Ho was himself finally killed by on corn who tried to overpower him Imports and pta 1 Washington July 27Time detailed figures of tho foreign commerce of the United States In tho year ended Juno 30 1901 were completed by tho treas ury bureau of statistics They show total Imports of 22G7301C total ex ports 147755557 exports of domes tic products 140045309 Secretary Roots Stenographer Washington July 30 Wendell W Mlschlor of Ohio has been appointed stenographer to Secretary Root to succeed Frederick D Squlcrs resigned Mr Mischief has been discharg log tho duties of the place under to tall for BOB0 noatkL THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON V THIRD QUARTER INTERNATIONAL SERIES AUQ 4 Xt of I he lrnmiii Urn rill Ilit rinorr Vrmm 7lt inlilrii lest- MIb vll IU oiniiiriilnr Irrpnr- ril lir lhi Itre I11 SlriirnnI- Ciipyrliilit liy American IITM AtKUtl n 11 Aliraiil Went rip out IIr Egypt In WlIIIIIII flu the place of the ntlir which he knit made theta ut the llrnt ntul then Alirnni called nn the mime of the Iiiri such In n brief of these four htIlgyptlowclilp with RNI thinking of hU own Mn iiinl safety rather thou Ihn glary of If yon have wninlcrnl from llntl and tieiileclcd sitar nod nllnatlsoy llillIK to dime between tlinl toil your soul return to dint ns quickly an pimxlhle for nothing eau nuke np for luck of fellow hip with limb mid Hi IAnying Only ack now lYlgi thine lnliiily linn 0 biuk youJarniul Iit mid nil that IIP hud svere off ctNl hy his wandering aol return no one llveth unto lilnihdf niul vi niiixi cart- ful not In put n ntuiiihlliii Mock or oecn dots to frill In nniitlicrn terry t limn sly 7inf Alirnni nalil unto Ixit lt then i no strife prny then iMtween me mid thee mid hrtwitn my hvnliiicn mid thy hcnlnicn fur we lx brethren It also wnii rich In llocki nod henln nod tents mid the tollwtnnro of these two tncn was no ennt that they ronld not twill to Kelher They were In till hind for God sad the lunlhcii were In the Iniul the Canannite mid till Icrlizltc nod Ufoie these niipli they iinut witness for Joil therefore thin mint U no strife fur the MTvnul of for Ixird mint not ntrlke II Tim II ID Who shall yhrldl1or If trlfe U to ccam mime one mint yldd See tln i rent HIMI of Alirnni the ono to whom loll had Riven thu Innd with whom Irfit wm sojourning liy Ahrnmii eminent who lulclit have said Thin U nil mine riven nn liy Oltlnlul you null your herdnicn mast U quiet or clue gu away onlyhnvclisten to Alirum as ho offers Iot the lItchoice meekly naylne It will le biter for nn to separate clri iM whatever part of the land you prefer null I will U con lent to BII cluewhrn1 Thin U gnahu in tin sight of Owl 10 11 It lifted up boa ryes nod be lield all tin plain of Jnrdnn tint It wni well walenil everywhere then Ixit close him nil llu philn of Jordan and they ivparntitl tlienmdveH tlOil from the other lids life set Infore nn In Alirnni roimlMnl of o series of s Sermon unto dull more slid more fully unto Him from Ur tram Hnrnn from Tenth from Canaan In ulilrli lu had only hU teal mid allnr from Egypt sod now front lot It U only nil wi aim wllllne to tcparnlnl unto Uo1 fnnu nil olhein nnd nilales Ihnt we nn know miythlni of the xutndcney lit Rolefor while we lean on niichl else HP rnnnot rrvenl Illmixlr In us ill Or vl IIHSl Ind like trust Mnple niincil sled enoiieh to Inks ndranlaci of Alirmnii pMirnmn offer he hind not the grace of uuscIflsliucss He llfdtl up hU ryes hilt nut even to the Villa nillrh less to Iii Iinl from whom every tfvn gift coinm Jar III Jan ll IIsaw only tie well tvntereil ptnln of Jordan mid Its tHTinlni ndtnntTcix in hlmndf in Alirain iiintlnneil In the Idol roiintry hut Uit dwelt In Ihr plain nr not lutilliiK the kLIIr the men t Smlniii he even pltdieil his tent toward Solmii The stories of the plnlns t Sotliilnrp nre not ftI a rubii refrenhlui till stories of the tnouninliiH Rae toil plait of fflilnnr and till dnln of Diim Cen si Jl Zec1 r II Inn III Ii and conlraM Klljnh nn Cnrinel the transfiguration flip oltnlon and other hill stories The nlr of the hills U Utter Komellineii Coil nllovrn to lie ilanil among the wlckeil that wp may there hlip for Him ninklnc HU crncv milH clout for us loll If HP leaves the choice to us WP idioitld rememlier Is rxlx and kiip as far away nil pooilhle from every nppenrnncp nf evil Hollnenn In not ai iiuitnuloim n s Mil ling IL 1113 Tim men of Sotlout mOl not hnve nermeil very wlrketl In IIP eyes of lot hut they were sinners rxiiilliicly lnforp the fund II Ii rise walk ihroiiBit the Inud In till length of It nod In the breadth nf It for will give It unto thec Sepnrntloni unto UI nhvny hrlm lncren eil hlens IIIRK and iiiwr nIlotlnll of Cm to the until hnvltiR hy the jrrncp nf Cod mar unnlmoiiNly yielded nod In n sense taken mininl ilnrr 2ml now confirms to him the gift of the Innd with n new ntntement thai Ids Blvd should IIP nn the IIIIt of the enttli In n Inter nppenrlni iCeii XT iiI the Irftnl raid him tint his neeil should U IIIIln ot heaven then Kllll litter nil I71 Ihe 1IItII1IIIIIllh two and In mnnieilin with his giving up of Iins told him Ihnt hilt west nhould lie nn the Mitr of the In oven and nIt the sand which In upon Ihe iiennhore Aflerwnrd the tivofotd pnunlm U divided and flu henv enly part U given to Unnr nod the enrth ly to liicoli ixxvl 4 xxvlll Ill The first liecomen Inst nnd the Inst Hint nnd to my mind refer to Iirnel and the church through whom nn Alirnhnmn enrthly nail humanly Iert Jod will yet Ness nil na inns Throe two comptinlcH of the re deemed may lie seen In Rea nod IIon the fourth tiny rune moon mid stars are for signs and Jer xxxl 3Ti tills nn thnl they are nlgmi or tokenn tint Urnd li always n nntnm before Cod In Kph v ill Jli we note Ihnt Adam anti Uvp are typlenl of Christ nnd the church IH Then Alirnni nninvnl his tent anti Mine nut dwelt In the ilnln of tIii litre which In llehrou nod htillt there nn nltnr nnio the hint Hchron tens n hull country for Caleb unlit to Joshnn Rive me thin motintnln and Hebron brcnme Ids Inherltnnce Uonhun xiv IJIRt this plain of Mninre mint have been n tnlilu loud n plain ninniiK the hills wheio Abram lone continued to enjoy fellowidilp with Cod far above nod away from the atmosphere of Sodom There In duo time Bnrnh died and he bought the field of nlnchpelnh and the cave that was III It as- a Inirhil pipit chapter xxllll nnd there- In thin day lie the bodlea of Abrnhnm and Sarah Innnc nnd Hebeknh Jneob mid Iealulchnpler ills 11V11 nwnltlng the Unit rcHUiTiftlon and the fiilfillincnt of the n iiiliH A Rood work In being done at Hebron lodny nmoii the Jews and MoilcniH by the Mlldinay Medlcnl mln ilon In which I nm thankful to lave n prayerful nnd finnnclnl lntennt Hebron signifies fellowship why tint have fellow rtilp with Rod In this paHHlou In the tody of Theo lessons I earnestly cant- Dead F B Meyer Life of Abraham gall Q H H Notes w Ceonk q 7 RELIGIOUS THOUGHT demo Gleanrd Prom the Teaehlaci ot All DcnumlDBtloni No man n prosperous man who Is not rplrlttmlly prosperous Ucv Dr IL lloldcrliy Moore Memorial Church Atlanta UIMT to flvr sad file To hive IIUo n soldier and to die Mice n plilliiHoplicr should IN the resolute Rim of nmu 117l MaiiKnwirlun mho heal CulttirlKt Chicago Clirlit Conilllurncr- ChrUtH cinmtltULiioy not of blood nor of will of the flesh hut Is created by nn nppvnl to love gratitude anti principle A cotiHtltuency that cnduren not built iiji In a dayltey John R Ilrown IlnptUt KaiiMiH City llnvr Vonr Own Bcllrf Hold fast therefore the form of Bound word Make your own creed first and then llnd the church that It coiiforniH to Your own belief comes first StruRKlt your way to certaluty Itev J W Cocli nine rreHbyterlan Ihllndelphlnlluht and Shadow Ilfen Islet tires painted not on narrow and aiding canraH but the Imperlnha hie tnblits of time must have their mltiKlltiK of lights nnd shadows to reread the Hrfect bounty and attain Ideal Hyininelry Itrv Dr James Young Ialr InMlivterlnn Savannah lip Vr Ilmhrrm of IIn- Wo build oar churches announce our pervlccM preach tench anti help an we limy tluiM who come lint alas the masses dii mgt cornel The command not to the host to come to the churches but for tn go to them Uev T C Cnrlelon Hnpthit Knnwin City JIIulbln g IIke UIIlo There tiothlni under the stars no helpful eiieournKlni healthful an n religion which tills that we are In the lathers kiMpliiR and thut we nrc trnvellng a rough road toward an eternal humslht Dr Ceorge II Hepworth CongregatlonalUt New York To Live Succrnnlullf Now then s Jt one way to live rca Miimbly fearlessly anti HUccennfully yield to the iiilglity Ron of Cod and full down and wnndilp him forever Ills KII IH1 perfect truth lilts tell gion iHrfcct sanity and his service Mrfeft ImpplneHs Itev O Q Vrlght Chaplain Pitted 8Uiten Navy The Vse of XVcullh Tin desire for with a view to Its right anti legitimate use not only not covetous but It lawful and right If there were no desire for wealth there would IN no need of It It would noon wane to exlxt at all and society would go hack to n state of ac tual Imrlmrlsin Rev Dr Madison C Peteni IlnptlNt llrooklyn lrim llnrlrlnr and More Love Cod hint never deMerted any part of thin world Some of the rites of the old liooplcH may steutl foolish and childish but In thin night of God nil childish iVe should learn the lesson taught to find till IKHI In the lowest What we want In creed and more work lens ceremony nnd tnoru honesty less doc trine old more lovcItev Maurice II IlarrlH Hebrew New York The Orralnt Mistake It purely n inlntaku to Rtipposo that nny human being rich because he controls for n abort period The great est mlotakc man can make to sill IMwe himself Indopendciit of the AI mighty If you nro rich In pocket and want to enjoy life struggle to become KMir nnd humblo In spirit tor of such In the kingdom of heaven Itev O II HumniKin Methodist IMttsburg- llnnr to Allala find Mfr Oats life of Ineffablu love and wis dom tuTiim lo IM Infinitely beyond the reach of bumati cajoyment nut partici pation Hence when the breath of heaven limplrei In man the longing for a huller truer life the first work to bo done Is to put tilt and bridle on his no- Un appetites and lusts He must bring Into olxxllcnce to law all those faculties and tendencies that foster pride nnd self wlllIlev H C Eby Sweden txirglan Kt Louis- ImprrBBBhllllr of the Blblr The old book Htands It stands like Clbrallar with the wreck of hostile hats Ill thnll at Its base It stands like IMdyntone despite tho RWlrllng tides find buffeting storms The citadel standH The assaults of the enemy have not breached Its walls from with out nor have Its twits been drawn hy treachery within The citadel stands anti over It floats the red banner of the cross Itcr Dr David James Bur rell Reformed Church New York Knnndrd on a lock It tins become fashionable In certain circles to assail the church declaring It to be au Institution of the past and rapidly deillnlug In Its wer I chal lenge that claim as true historically From having r00000 followers at tho clone of the first century Christianity linn come to have practically 300001 oon adherents at this beginning of thin twentieth century An engine that can rim for 180 years redoubling Its speed every century la certainly not fnlltireltev Henry Irving Ilasmus Methodist Chicago The InlrrmrdUrr Sabbath Has It ever occurred to you that be tween these dual duties those touch big our relation to Cod and those In volving our obligations to maui thin Sabbath stands The author of eho decalogue iiaH thus declared to us his conviction that the arch of religion buttressed upon Its two columns Coil nnd man would fall to pieces without the kcyntone of the Sabbath and IL died If the truths enunciated In this divine code nuke up by far the largest part of our higher nature nut humanl ty what Institution that you can think of would be so likely to unfold and strengthen It as n day of rest a Sab bath set nsldu and hallowed for thn contemplation of the highest Ideals which the human mind ran conceive Rev Dr 8 Sale Hebrews BU Louta USEFUL INFORMATION How to Clean Cane Chain To clean cane chairs wash the cane on the underside with salt and water then rub the upper surface with a cut lemon dropped In salt and then with plain lemon juice Dry In the open air If possible but safe from the rays of the suit How lo Keep Cut Flowers A Japanese plan by which cut flow ers may be made to last an abnormally long time Is to burn the ends of the stems with a piece of woodnot with a match be It observed for the sul phur would be Injurious to the flowers slow lo Stlgea Lace To stiffen laces use corn flour In pref erence to ordinary starch It makes them firm and does not detract from their lacy appearance How to Keep Fish White Dip HUiclttt or fish of any sort In Icon in juice when you wish to keep the test white MALCOM KIRK- A Tale d Moral HoroUm In Overcoming the World Bj CHARLES M BHELDO- HoroflnlHiStt d CrufWctm ol fhiMp trorv Hubert Hardy Sewn Lass Cbprrtfbt 1900 by this Advises PnUlihlac Co1 OOHTIHUBD CHAPTER VI WHOM ODD HATH Jot ED TOOETIIXB LIT HO UAH ruT ABOWDKk lIe hind come dlrecUy to his subject feeling that It was bent so Mrs Pen rote looked at him In the greatest as toolnhmeut YouloveDorothy T she salt slowly Yrs replied Malcom Kirk simply I have loved her for four years Eye since I entered tlic seminary In fact Mrs Perirose sat still and looker more keenly at the awkward homely figure In her reception room She was a woman of great quickness of pcrcej tlou To do her justice she had preeminently a large fund of fairness and a sense of justice which came to her through a long line of pilgrim ancci tore She saw In the man who had just declared tits love for her niece so abruptly something more than a Common average waIL There was a look In his eye that spoke of limitless en durance and his voice was of an un usual quality very nearly If not quite equal to a rare gift of tousle or art She rose and walked over to the win dow and looked far down the bench Then she turned toward Malcooi Kirk and said with some emphasis What you have so suddenly told me Mr Kirk Is Ifaeed not say a complete surprise to me I suppose you know that Mr Ilalefgh Is a lover of Doruthyr No moSe than I mtMill Malcon Kirk quickly I supiKtse you know he Is an old friend of the nnd that Mr Ol bert favored hlasultV That leas nothing Ito do with mj love for her said Malcom Kirk softly Mrs Pcurose smiled slightly Then Rho frowned and lootccd BouicWhatanx Ibusly kt Wra i What dd you expect to dor Ibe asked somewhat vaguely- I am gptng to ask Dorothy Gilbert to be my wife If she loves your said Mrs Pen rose a little grlmlv Of course i If sho loves me spied Malcom Kirk simply There was silence In the room A servant cause In quietly and lighted two long candles on the trianlel The dusk and tho candlelight blended to gethgrsgfJlyaad Malcom Kirk looked out of hlii 10 of the room nt Dora othys aunt with a somewhat polo face calm however and fully ult possessed Even Francs Itnlelgh with all his luhcrlted Instincts toward gout Mj1cornMrs Penrbse went over to the wla dow again Then she returned and took a sent nOnrcr Mulcom Krk Of course after what you have told me Mr Kirk It will tic see the awkwardness of the bltuation =It wll be embarrassing for you and Mr lUlclgb to mee- tWhyreked Malcom Kirk Well It wont IIabe naked In some slight Irritation I dent think so 1 have nothing U be embarrassed about Mrs Pcnrosee wa silent a atn After the lapse of a few moments she said I have not asked yotf Vvhat your prospects are 1i11 Kirk Pardon me If I seem abrupt but you have set Pne the example I am the nearest relative Rorothy has now since broth eradMth She has ticefaaceaatbthcf all her life to the cbirifortsof wealth To such comforts as these Her glance awept the room carelessly but with studied meaning May I ask what you can offer Dorothy In case- In caw she swj wife said Malcom Kirk coniplettng hb sentence Yes In case abe becomes your wife Ills face hind grown a little pale and the muscles around his mouth had stiffened while Mrs Penrosc was- spanking 13tit be oblesvedherca tnly enough I can otter her a home and com Iionotlife In the Homo Ilsslouary field Co which lain going wilt be full of hard ships My wife would share them with me I ought perhaps to saybe spoke with the first hesitation he had yet shown that I Lave a possible source of Income In my pen I expect to earn as much as ray salary by that lama I vaHa iswtwte Was 11at f during my college ana seminary courseSo that the most you can offer my niece would be fl200 or 1500 a yearn asked Mrs Penrose with the nearest approach to sharpness By no means madaml said Mal com Kirk and his face glowed with the eloquence of his answer This Is not the most I can afjfcr her The most I can offer the love I bear her and all the money In the world without that would he very little to offer lies right about thnt Mrs Pen role spoke to herself softly Malcom Kirk did not hear what she said but then at that time he did not know her history nor the Inner emptiness of her unloved married life There was silence again In the room The two candles on the mantel were distinct and clear now ns the dusk hind slowly deepened A step came up the and the door opened Mrs tcoroHc and Mat com Kirk both rose nn Dorothy enter ed the reception room alone She came In with her head erect and there was light enough for her aunt IM 1 fourand Malcom Kirk to see In her face the tokens of some recent excitement Where Is Francis Mrs Tenrooo allkedy a He Is not coming back tonight replied Dorothy softly and then for We first time she saw Malcom Kirk BtaHiU Ing there by the fireplace ti is She dok an eager step toward him and then suddenly stopped hcr face glowed r I red ln the candlelight AS for Malcom Kirk hg stood very erect and still but out of his eyes shono the lovers look u he faced the womilhof hits heartaiongtng Ho did not try to conceal It and Dor othyknewaa well as If ho had spoken It aloud that he said I loco you r othy Gilbert and I cannot do nit lift wOrttJCatwlthoutoUI Mrs Penrose saw that look also nnd respected it The servant entered and announced that tea was ready and Malcom Kirk foitnd himself sbiiklng hands with Dor otliy and saying some very common thing about being glad to meet her A few pdnntce later he found himself at the table with Dorothy and her aunt lie ate and talked at first with a re pressed excitement that gradually be canto a source of eloquent conversa lion Nooneaskod any more questions about 1rancisitalehgiIE certain that Mrs Penrose and Malcom Kirk understood that he had pleaded his suit again with Dorothy and had again been unsuccessful She tins given htm his answer said Malcom Kirk to himself and there was thcflrst positive hope In his heart that he hind dared to feel He had mine er appeared to such good advantage Mrs Penrose experienced as she was In the ways of society and familiar with some of tho most brilliant men and women felt a positive charm In Kirks voice and manner Ills awk wardness for awhile was subordinate to his higher gifts Mr Penroeo woe In Now York on business Malcom Kirk learned afterward some things In his history and why John Gilbert had been allowed to meet his great financial losses without help from his own sister who to a large extent had been powerless to per suado her husband to come to her brothers aid Out aho was absorbed tonight In tho thought of Dorothy lie knew that a crisis In boa life bad come After tea they went Into thin recep lion room again Mrs Penroso staid for half an hour and then suddenly went out and Dorothy and Malcom Kirk were left alone lie was fully aware that the whole future of hula life work would be shap ed by the events of the next few mon utes but ho had never felt more a Christian now There was a peal tive religious excitement of the high tIt purest nbblcit character In all the thought bf bid love for Dorothy There always had been He felt that It was no cheap or silly or shallow sentiment that moved him to think of her an of no other being In the world There had not been a night of his life since he began tq love her when he had fail ed to speak her name In a prayer lie knew that his Christian faith was sanctlfled and beautified by this hu mho love lie rose and went over near her He bath the miniature In his band When h6 spokeY It was In great simplicity butDirectnessYou havo como for You know that I lovo you wholly You know what my life will be You know hat rain poor Dorothy can you share such a life with me Must always in Biindow ana me slowly rose aria turned and faced him Like all girls who dream of lovers she had her dreams her Ideals her imaginings She looked up at him now and the blood rushed Impetuously through him u he saw the beginning of her answer She had learned to love him during his absence abroad during her recent sorrow during the days that followed her bereavement It was not so sud den as It might seem for Dorothy hind learned when Raleigh spoke to her that afternoon that tho greatest rea son why she could not love him was because she already loved Malcom Kirk So she gave him then and there what he asked Air Malcom Kirk not this side of heaven will you know the power of that flood that lifted your heart and all It contained when you Ont heard the woman you loved say as sho lifted her face to yours Yes I will share your life with you Yes I love you Two hours later Malcom Kirk went out Into the starry night and down on the sea beach and with the freshness of the sea breeze blowing about his un covered head ho thanked God for the precious priceless gift of this wom ana heart They had had much to nay as true lovers always have Always they had come back to the undy ing theme of their love for each oilier She loves mer ho kept saying toblm self And the waves and the night wind and the stars and the harbor lights and the pines near the beach all joined In the same song He walked up and down the sands until the early morning lie found his face wet once with tears He ran across a long strip of beach exultant and walked from ono of his reveries to find himself knee deep In water for the tide was coming In and he knew nothing of tides only of the one that had risen In his own spiritBut he drew back out of the water laughing and finally found his way to the Inn down by the pier where he had breakfasted But What he ate or whether he ato anything was probably unknown to him at least he was not able to give Dorothy satisfactory answers when be came back to the house His dream was a reality She met him with the look on her face that was never to die out of It as long aa he lived and together they went to see Mrs Penrose Dorothys aunt was somewhat perplexed and to tell the truth a good deal astonished at the events of the last 24 hours Dorothy had told her all and there was no question In Mrs Pcnrosea mind that the daughter of John Gilbert had mode her definite glad choice of this awkward unhand some poor young minister as her fu turn husband She could not deny gentlemanelsoties of mind and heart But the fact remained that he had no prospects ex cept his Home Missionary field and a somewhat uncertain Income from oc caalonnl writings When she pictured Dorothy In a sod house or a dugout or a shanty In that vague wild uncouth place caned out west living In a parish of plain un cultured people such aa she placidly took for granted lived on tho prairies Mrs Penroso felt ulf Dorothys strange choice was the strangest thing IIbo ever knew And yet she loves him truly she said to herself aa Dorothy and Mal com Kirk came In that morning both of them glorified by the greatest thing In all tho world Dorothy had never looked so beautiful Kirk bad never felt so like ai giant In possibility Dorothy had anticipated remon strances end opposition from her aunt She was surprised and gratified to find how calmly Mrs I nose accepted the matter Even when Malcom Kirk expressed his wish gravely but with firmness that they might be married at once and go together to the nets par Ish to begin their life together MM Penrose offered no decided objection You are neither of you children she finally said to Dorothy with a sad smile You know your own minds by this time I want you to be married here In this house of course It seems very sudden But I dont blame Mr KirkOf course not said Malcom Kirk decidedly aa be looked Dorothy In the face So It como about that a month later the president of the seminary faculty came down to Beverly one morning and Dorothy and Malcom Kirk were married In the presence of a very few of Dorothys Hcrmon friends and two of Kirks classmates who had been settled over parishes near Boston Kirk bad made all his preparations for leaving A few days before he was married the president of the faculty had surprised him with the announcement that the sales of his pamphlet bad been eta lde by the publishers for the benefit of the seminary but by unanimous consent the entire amount something over 200 was now at Kirks disposal Malcom Kirk was not going to be a penniless bridegroom In any case lie had already reserved since his return from abroad several checks for writing be had done durI- ng his test year In theeemlnrraDd while In London So he was able to start toward tho now home with much courage and the knowledge that Dot othy would not miss too many of the old luxuries But Dorothy onco she bad given her heart to Malcom Kirk and said to him that she would share his life entered upon a now and contented experience such aa In all her luxurious life she had never before felt It Is perfectly true that she loved dim without con dition She put her hand In his with the trustful confidence of a child and It la no exaggeration to say that she would have been happy with him any where rich or poor famous or ob KBro successful or defeated IftIe tale whirled theseM lat the tats tin Ire of 11 PPsualllsa e into tIle land of now things of those vague possibilities that always go with an untried community And Dorothy every moment felt more anti more con tent Malcom Kirk satisfied her Ideals His noble nature was continually revealing fb her new phases of his Chris flan purpose He had enthusiasm end he was the only man who had ever been able to kindle hers The thought that they were to work together filled her with a heavenly delight Site re Joined In his strength his manhood his Inward life As for Malcom Kirk ho was transformed by all that ho now possessed His poor Homo Missionary church be came to his thought a gigantic engine of power with this glorious woman now bin wife who was to be by his aide henceforth Ho trembled nt the extent of such a love and consecrated It every moment to the Infinite eternal life that belongs both to this world nnd to that which Is to come They reached their journeys cUll lit the close of a day and entered the town by night There was quite a lit tie gathering at the station curious to see the new minister and the superin tendent himself who happened that week to be In that part of the state was present to welcome them and introduce them to a little handful of their parishioners There was a parsonage a furnished house of five rooms close by the church A supper was ready for them A little company came In afterward to greet them and the people seemed to be truly glad to see them The sight of Dorothys beauty astonished them alL She was a little amused at the evident look of disappointment with Which every one first saw her husband When they know him they will love him she said to herself with unfal tering trust In his victory over them She came out on the porch with him after all tho members had gone away and together they tried to get some Idea of tho place which was to be their home The night was starry anti the prairie vastness Impressive to them They had never either of them lived outside of a hill country How large did you say the town was Malcom r About 1000 people so the superin tendent says How many church members are thereFiftyseven on the roll About 40 living here Cant we go over and look Into the church I am curious to see It said Dorothy She spoke In such a Kind happy voice that Malcom Kirk ho stood there with his arm about her said You are happy little woman arent you Can you ask sho replied and ho was satisfied One of the trustees hnd left a church key with him They walked across the parsonage yard tak ing a lamp from the house with them and together they went In It waa a small room with seats for about ICO A small classroom In the rear and a choir railing In front of the organ which was In a little recess at one side of the platform Malcom Kirk set the lamp down on the pulpit and with his wife stood looking over the room M7 dear said Dorothy nestling up close to him do you think we two can help to bring In the kingdom as say Into this town YOIlIMalcom Kirk looked at the room at his pulpit where he was to preach and at his wife and he fully understood what Dorothy meant Do you mean that we will see how much two people can do to make heav en on earth for 1600 other people Yes and whether In our lifetime we can redeem whatever Is evil hero nod I give It hack to God We will do It by his grace replied I Malcom Kirk gravely It seemed to him almost as If they two there In their little church had made a solemn promise to redeem the souls of all the Do you think tM two can help to bring in the kingdom nt you tnfl lost In Conrad They passed out of the church with tho same feeling deep In their souls Their hearts kindled ut their opportunity And In the Infinite places of the heavenly hosts good and evil God and the devil noted the en trance of these two children of light Into that lawless unChristian town of 25 years ago and from what at once began to be there It seemed within the reach of a tremendous reality thnt heaven and hell began to struggle for supremacy marked by events which will leave their record In the book of life with startling clearness For these two Christians had entered time arena of the great human battle for victory over the world and the two greatest forces In the universe now be J 1a to tilt their powers as they ban M11r TN 11IM tlM to that plans f 7THEOITrZENBEREA KYAUGUST 11901 LIQUOR IN BOER ARMY Unrulier Kind Tlirr Get Mona setter With int It In the Uuer army liquor drinking baa been ruhllltcil from the beginning niul smuKKllnK prevented ns much as possible The rule worked well OurI men have lieen In the saddle hundreds of mills lit n stretch and lu nil sorts of weather yet none caved lu Vc hull hygienic uniforms many had not oven warm overcoats yet tho curl ulKhtH and hot days did not hurt the Will I have naked ninny medical men about the matter uud nearly all attributed the remarkable physical en durance of the HOCK to their abstemi ousness It has been said that liquor will as sist one lu bearing fatigue Not a word of It Is true Once during tho campaign on the Tugola I with n few comrades reached an abandoned farm The sun was sinking We hall been In the saddle since daybreak without food or drink Nothing eatable was lu the house but one of the men found a bottle of Cape brandy Hvery one shared the Hud except an old cattle Boer And the result All who took a drink were In a raging fever half nu hour utter Despite all the hunger and thirst had experienced I newer felt so bail during the whole campaign Had we nit any Britishers when we continued our ride the old Boer who refused to drink would have been tho only one able to tight It Is absolutely false that liquor raises the courage The only result It has Is to wake the men more careless This may have been of some value In the old treys of hand to hand fighting But what Is wanted today Is Iron nerve n clear eye quick decision I will ouly add that the Europeans on the Boers side felt no Lad effects from be- lug deprived of liquor Fritz v d Stranteu lu SudAfrlkaulsche Korre hpondeiiz Translation Made For Literary Digest A WAR ON ABSINTH French IrRllnnr Intend to Com lint That Mont Onniirroni Liquor The French chamber of deputies has oegun n war on absinth by passing a resolution calling upon the government to prevent the manufacture and sale of the dangerous drink For a number of years have medical societies and ex ports lu Insanity uttered their warn lugs against this liquor but to no ef test The consumption of It has gone on Increasing at an enormous rate hav lug nearly doubled since 1SOI and now amounts to about 10000000 quarts a year It Is without question the most dangerous liquor ever put upon the market rind Its frequent use Is sure to result In a complete wreck not ouly of the body but of the bruin Absinth according to the best defini lion Is a liquor prepared from alcohol mixed with volatile oil of wormwood oil of anise and other Ingredients It lies iKHMillarly Intoxicating eRects which are due to the oil of wormwood the state resulting from Its use being very different from the result of alco belle poisoning Trembling vertigo fearful dreams and eplleptlform con vulsions are among the severer cease queues Absinth drinking Is ono of the most dangerous forms of stimula tion yet Invented the more so because Its Immediate consequences are usually more agreeable than those of alcohoL While the use of absinth Is by no means as common In this country as In France yet Its consumption here has rateIthe most dangerous portion of It Is made In this country and of the very worst Ingredients If France carries out Its plan of stopping the manufac ture and sale the United States should follow suit and should also put a ban on Its Importation from any foreign land Baltimore American The Cocaine Habit Figures on the Importation of co carne leaves Into this country show that III the last five years It has In creased over MX per cent The Dallas Tows In a timely article on the cocaine fiend Kayo In his fall from health to- physical and mental disintegration the cocaine fiend undergoes a terrible ex perience When not In the temporary heaven that the drug provides the vie tim Is In the lowest depths of an Infer no lit Is subject to apprehensions delusions and hallucinations lie suffers from Insomnia anorexia and gas tric pains dysjMpsla chronic palplta tion and will paresis He Is a terror both to himself and others The life of the man Is a living death He knows It and with tills knowledge staring him In the face he rushes for the drug and Is happy for a brief period under Its Inv tlueuce National Need of Temperance Under no other political organiza tion says The Outlook Is there greater necessity for temperance In the New Testament sense of the term than In a democracy like our own for the very essence of democracy Is self mastery In such a country as ours every man must be a law unto himself since ever y man Is not only a citizen but a governor as well and If there be any possession of the Kugllsh speaking race which Ix entitled to the first place lu point of moral and political value It Is the habit of self control Slliiiiilnnlii Effect on the Ornla Stimulants never Increase the nat ural capacity of the brain says Dr Lien ciiell They can only abstract for I the purpose of work In hand some of the energies which are sorely needed to repair and restore a brain which has already been taxed to the furthest urn it which Is consistent wltb health To the sense of fatigue caused by t1remove by the consumption of al to close ones ears to the voles of nature t Correspondence The number of students who will attend Berea hi the fall is rapidly in creasing Pulaski County Small- A basket dinner was enjoyed aCtor the morning session was closed Everybody present expressed then solves as glad they were present Tu J preaching of Brother Smith was much enjoyed and very helpful In the afternoon there was more singing interspersed with more essay and addresses Sunday July 28 was big day at Liberty Baptist church A large congregation attended The services commenced at 93 a in by singing led by the class of Marion Reynolds of O K The exercises generally reflectoc great credit upon tho young peopl who offered them and upon Broths Marion Reynolds who has been training the class After the opening exercises nu in terostiug program was given consisting of essays songs and addresses and at 1030 a m preaching by Rev W D Smith of Berea J W RAMSEV Madison County Pcytontowu day Miss Mary White was at home SunI Perry Munday is here visiting friendsThe amount of money raised in the rally last Sunday waa to Mrs Allen Rice has returned home after a visit to Richmond Mr and Mrs Lark White of Cov ington are visiting relatives here Ben Finuell who was reported lick in Dayton Ohio has returned home Miss Tommy Qwynn of Richmond was the guest of Miss Lucy Martin Miss Mary Francis Lexington was the guest of Miss Addis Campbell SundayMiss Edna Moberly of Richmond was the guest of Mrs Esther Martini Saturday and Sunday Mrs Mattie Qoodloo and Mrs Callie Embry of Davstown were the guests ofMr Charley Btmiam Jr Owsley County Gabbard Grant Gabbard is able to be out againAlex Caudoll visited his father and mother Sunday Jacob Gabbard and family of Kan sas are still hero The baby of Mr and Mrs Isaac Bolin died Thursday R W Winter paid a business visit to Booneville Tuesday Ezekiel Rose of Eversole was hen Wednesday on business Marion Bailey is having goods hauled from Tallega this week W A Gabbard and Sam Robin son are visiting in Jackson County Lincoln Bolin of Eversole was hero Friday on a visit to bis brothel FindleyA Gabbard of Boonoville it here on a visit to his soninlaw R W Minter T P and Stephen Gabbard of Cow Creek were here last Sunday visiting the sick Tandy Forrest lately returnee from Jackson County reports crops badly damaged by drouth There are no new cases of fovea reportedsince our last writing and the persons reported sick at that time are recovering Findlay Bolin of Lymonds who owns a fine farm here was with ui Friday Mr Bolin will move to his farm some time this fall Jackson County Kirby Knob Success to one of the best of papers TilE CITIZEN The blackberry crop is fuller this year than for several years Archie McGuire is back from a visit to his home in Rockcastl CountyMisses Grace Clark and Ellen Click of Berea visited the Misses Click last week Miss Mary Baker helda child rens meeting at this place last Sun day afternoon Miss Mary Baker of McKee visited friends at this place for a few days last week leaving hero foi the home of her parents at Wallace ton J W Van Winkle is teaohim Kirby Knob school Long Brand school is in charge of Miss Eva Click J F Dean is teaching at Cart Springs Sidney Combs is ruling lit Morrill and Curtis Hudson at his home Parks district A Chance for You There is a good chance for strong and willing youug mon to earn moo ey for school expenses in Beroa this Fall by work on tho Farm and in the Brick Yardand at other work These chances are only for such m will bo here in the Fall Term beginning September 11 and thin work must be engaged beforehand For particulars address W 0 QAMIILE Secretary Berea Ky Glover Bottom Mrs Granville Hays is still poorly Mrs Curtis Lauo has a now baby girl Mrs J P Williams is but little bettor Teachers Institute at McKt e is in session this week Henry Bowman is teaching the Clover Bottom school Mr Will Bratcher of Boron passed through hero on his way home Misses Den and Bessie Hayes spout last week with relatives at Clover Bottom Miss Bessie Hays of Clover Bot tom was thrown from n horse and hall an arm dislocated It used to be the idea that tho time to go to Borea was for the Winter but now people are finding that the lest time is in the Fa- llBUY THE E SEWING MACHINE Do not bo deceived those who ad vertigo a 6000 SowingMachine for 12000 Tub of anulchlaocan- be brought from from 1SOOloa100y WC MARt A VARIETY THE NEW HOME IS THE BEST The Feed determines the strength 01 wenkniHU of Bowing Double Feed combined with othci strong polnto make the New Ifomc the best Sewing Mnehlno to buy WliOoiCIRCULfershowing MnchlDft tIra the dj we mail ufuctura and price before parcuaalag THE NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE S Union Hq N Y Chicago IlLAtlanta Oa- 3L IuuleJlo UulliwTexBinKrancUcoCaJ FOR BALE BY SISCO d CO Hicuolasvllle Ky Repair That Loom Homespun is into fashion again and our girls should keep up the art of spinning Berea College is findinga market for tho products of fireside industry which may bring education and comfort to many homos Wo can pay for wellwoven linen 40 cents a yard Joans 60 cents llnsey 50 cents well matched bed coverlets 4 to 6 Patent dyes not accepted oldfashioned Indigo pro ferredFor on address JOSEPHINE A ROBINSON Homespun Exchange Berea Ky THE HOMEH- OUSEKEEPERS CLUB The terrible heat of the past few days which caused tho thermometer to climb to 102 degrees affected thin attendance at the Housekeepers Club Tho chastening hand of tho Lord had boon placed upon Homo of our members Tho Heavenly lather had taken into His loving arum Mrs Allens little grandaughter Rob Smith had been called homo a few hours after his own baby and both wore laidaway Tuesday LOIing hearts sympathized with these dear ones who aru sitting in their Gothsoumuo of loneliness mind wo could but commit Ilium to tho loving elite of tho dear Savior who inns made the Angel of Death to bo tho Angel of Resurrection Tho subject before tho Houstv keepers Club viz What are wo doing for tho social and religious life of our stuffed boarders was deomed HO important that itn general discussion was postponed until next week Allwork anti no play will make our Johns and Marys very dull and still wo realize that play dotes not menu either Houseless or demoralizing pop times Lot us each ho some ideas of au evenings ouhrtniuI meat that shall lx refreshing smith inspiring Wo cannot afford to feed and up build tho body and mind and starve tho soul What mire wo doing tot place high ideals before our boardem and by whet do wo to in them to reach such idenl1ttHow mutiny mire consecrating their liomeH by family pmyoreT How mnllYI are using their inlluenco to prevent tho study of lessons on Sunday or playing ball or chopping nud split ting wood tHaw many of us are teaching by line upon line precept upon precept hero a little and lucre n little not only tho sacrednosn of the Sabbath but the practical application to our ovoryday lives Come sisters let us ponder this great subject and by mental tan ference help each other to mw t these our responsibilities in a womanly earnest loving way Our Monday afternoons have already drawn tin near together Let each ono mako an es ecial effort to no plan her work nu to he present at each mooting The hour is pleas nut that the memory of it lightens many a weary hour iu tho week that follows MRS K U PUTNAM Sec DEVICE FOR COOLING TilE AIR Wet Window Screens and Bowls of Quicklime Suggested for Use During the DogDays There are several devices that may used to cool tho air during tho dog days writes Maria Purloa in the Ladies Homo Journal for Au gustitA modified form of tho Tattle employed in India for this purpose could bo macho in any country house On frames like those used for win dqw screens tack enough narrow tapes to make n support for thick bed of grass Now cover with long grass fastened to tho frame by sewing with twine Those screens should be placed in tho windows and kept wet The air passing through thou is cooled A garden syringe say Im used to spray them with water Three or four of these serous will do a great deal toward keeping tho air in the house cool anti fresh A simpler screen may bo made by covering u frame with coarse flnntinl which should bo kept wet It is not HO effective as the grass ncrcuu smith tho flannel dries moro quickly than the grass A still simpler device is to have wet flannel over the prdiunry screen wotting tho flannel from thou to time Somo of time moistum maybe removed from tho atmosphere by placing largo lumps of quicklime in earthen bowls about tho rooms- VANTFDCnpebte reliable lemon In ccfc- ollnlyto rcnrcMnt largo company of flnmi clal reputation IJM caUry per year payable w 1J per day 8bollilcly ure ali l all expose Ira Ihl Ixmallclo ilcflnlta salary no ram IIcllmoncyIIOUHK Sll ST CHICAGO No More Vermin and its Attending Evils Our Peerless Poultry and Animal Fumigator will positively rid fowls and- animals of lico tad germs of every kind It is worth many times it price Costs but little No tr ublo to ux Lasts for years Big Inducements to Agents B CODDINGTON Co i Berea Ky THE SCHOOL Killtnl bY J WDIliimorn Dwin of the Nor mal lc rtinonl terra ColfKo HOPE FOR DUMB ANIMALS Thoro was n timo when tho driver who beat his horse was a common sight and tho human bruto WUHI given scarcely a condemnatory thought llomolcHs cats anti dogs wore stonod and killed by cruel or thoughtless boys mid no urchin eon sidered hit education complete withI out a course of birds nesting How tho world hits clanged in u years Now tho driver who illI treats Ills horse in coimidorwl eon temptiblo and a dozou manly fellows will como forward to intorfero 41I though often carelessly looked 1nUtr cats and dogs are seldom ill treated anti tho boy who robs birds nests is rtgnnlcd by his woll brought up mates as ouo to ho Blum II lllIAlthough thoro is still room for im proveuicnt societys attitude toward the brute creation tho advnuco ill a matter for con ritttiliiiion Tho strongest argumont nguiiiHt tilt cruelty to nnimalH in that it is debas lug to tho person who inflicts tint in jury With its incroaHed inlet igenco tho twentieth ctiitury NWIUM to have growing thoughtfulmm for tho rights and welfare of bird and htall1I livery school child Is studying nature whoso wonders if known situ under stood lau not but fill ono with respect for tho lowest creatuniH exhibiting III their sphere an Htiprome anti intolli gunco nil that which guides thin mauler craflHinuii of our race Only stupiility cruelty will play the tyrant with unfortunato creatiiren ovor whom superiority can bo voncwiwi only in that nurture has dowered man with a capacity for moro complicated reason ing Long before tho first mat appeared tho earth was occupied by other iiiomborH of the animal kingdom lung alder he hits forever disapH arcd it is probable that they will continuo to exist hero If all mankind w ro wipe l out tomorrow it would matter but littlo to the mentors of other sjHfioH Moro wayfarer nnd guest nH ho is in this battered cnrnvntiHorni whose portals are alternate night and tiny it would but n fitting courtray for man to show respect anti cotiHidoratioti for those who an tho real lords of the earth Time adoption of nature courses in kindergartens schools II III colleges the populnrity of Ixxiku rtilating to outdoor life tho multiplication of societies for the prevention of cruelly to animnlrt nnd tho tacit nccoptuucn of tho Darwinian doctrinu that otriv ing to be man tho worm clitnlm through all tho spirit of thought nil thrao indicato tho dovolopmout of n now spirit iu modern life that of justice to nil living timings A new stipurinUiidoiit had been BO Iccted hn had arrived ho snot thin heard of education they Hcparate Well what do you think ol him I dont believe ho in in education to stay This tthorl expression Hummed up a world of meaning It Was un den tootl to describe thin man as ono who had taken up educational work as ono might take up the business of keeping a restaurant it minted fur timer that NOtnethiiig mom was osson tlal Tho niiinlxT who are iu education until something also turns up is very largo but not BO largo as it was It is felt morn toduy than over that it is a hutmiPHg one must dwli rata himself tOj that it in a work thiit hiss tho reform element in it the in spiring element tho uplifting shim moot time seeking unit saving ale mont that altogitthur it ill a business that aims to lead tho children lowaid thoir Creator Saute i eopksire positivelyso ugly that ovou tho mos juitotH wont bits them THE FARM K11UI by 8 C lrolor ol unlit olden Ilcrra ColKso UNDERTAKING TOO MUCH Hy attempting to accoiupliHh tH much wo moan that energy is exsponded over too wide an arts It soems to he tho ambition of somo to possess brpad acres While ou tho prairies of tho West bonanza farm Ing may possess curtain merits tho farmor of tho East will usually HHO ccod butter by confining his energy tOil stimuli area and tilling that area to KH fullest extent Wo holiuO in lutoiisivo farming that it is batter to raise BOO liunholn of potatoes from out aero than to miHo BOO bitshnlt from Ihrco acres Tho lesson Hhould bo learned that in general tho per wit of profit is greater iu tilling a small urea thoroughly mllllr than in tilling largo urea imporfectly Inability to direct sad organizo hither is ovidnc l by tho fact that many cats never succeed when work ing for themselves but whon they work for othora whero thero in rtomo one who can organizo and direct labor thor mako perfect workmen Thoro mire many funnern struggling along fighting ngaiiiHt what they bo hove to fato whoa tho real dills culty Is thoy can not property direst their own labors They literally leave utidono tho things they should do and ligioimly do tho IhliigH which should lx loft tiiuloun Tlio rofiiilt of thin operation of attune or nil of thin nlravn inontionetl coalitions in that farm work anil firm lifo in often inndo hauler thou it should TIXIINKUt o iHUCVTION NEKDR- RWo do not chide tho faro i r who U Htruggling against adverse coitditioiiH but wo honor him for hit pluck wo ndmiro him for his porHovurunco in- do not criticino a Hvstein of Hlucation which has not given to our farmorn Homo preparation for their lifo work Few of thorn havo had instruction o regarding thin forces of nature within which thoy lave to deal During their school lifo thy wore taught rending noun of tho UWXHIH for which wore pntiaretl with till idea of tench dog IUIllillg thin nature of soil or pIa ntH or atiimnln they went taught iiritlimitio tho probldiim for which worn drawn from thin xjimliiig house and tho factory theyy were taught geography and leulrnal how to Ixitiud the various Htatofl smith tern lorit n tho capitol mid metro olm of each hut they learned not why M in iu ota is tho greatest wlieut growing state and why Illinois is thin greatest corn growing Mato In tho 1iiion They lunrret nothing of tho o condi HonK of soil nnd chmato which mako our section of tutu world adapted to ono crop and another section ndnpled to another COMMON SCIIOOU SIKHII DO MORE ICwO would not havo tho condi tions which now prevail rM liiAtcd into tho next generation wo munt look for the remedy In our common schools At premuit they aru almost doing nothing thny will do nothing until tho American inner demands that his children bo given bettor opportunity than hn haul Wo would not advocate teaching agricul turo in our common Bchools but wo would have taught some of tho great principles upon which agriculture do poiidw wo would have taught seine thing of sohls and plants and of nnimals Nothing possesses greater interest to tho eland than tho study of live objects Why our not thny have object lessons with plants anti animals IHJ oven taught that what appoint ns load lifeless soil w really teeming with lifo Does nay thing possess greater Interest than the of how the soil touched with mmshino and rain gives lifo and animation to the whole world Lot tho schools interest tho children in sumo of those Bubjocts nUll tho truant laws will need no ollicor for thoir on foreemont farmers will find tiintcoudillons which relate to farm lifo havo changed for tho bettor Tho farm homo may be made tho most pleasant or the most dill agreeable place ou earth Is it not worth combined fort of logisln torn of educators and of to make it tho moat pleasant Selected from The Puritan BEREA COLLEGEFounded Places the Best Education in Reach of All Over IO TniicliorN 8UU StiiduntH from 20 States Largest College Library In Kentucky NO SALOONS Trndo Schools Carpontry Printing Housowork Nursing two years Model ScIioolH Gonoral Education nud fitting for advanced counton For those sitfllclcntly advanced to pet a teacher certificate Applied Science Two years course with Agriculture for young mon such Domestic Science for young ladies Nortnnl CourHO Two oars with practice teaching Academy COIITHO Four years fitting for College for business Bud College CourHO Literary Philosophical Classical for lifo Music Hoed Organ Choral free Vocal Piano Theory Wo are hero to help all who will help thouiHolvon toward n Christian win cation Our instruction w n tree girt Students pay a small fee to meet of tho school from instruction lout must also pay withineThe school is endorsed by Baptists Disciples Methodists Presbyterians and good pooplu of all denominations For information and friendly advice address the Secretary W O GAMBLE Berea Madison Co Ky