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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i Knlertit Rev With JOHN at Strong She rottofflet cAw re DODWELL gUIT mattmatter oiiileiiU of nt lltrta Wan ManagerT HE CITIZENDevoted to A of YEAR the Weekly SCHOOL I VOl III A Family Paper BEnI A MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY AUGUST 8 1901 Fifty cents a year NO7 IDEAS If you Imvo started wrong go buck IU u wlso then who IIIIH his nflor thoUBhU Ilret1at When I am too sad to pray then 1 begin to afngLuther- If your machine rattles n screw is looso slop a while and tighten it You complained of the licut niul drouth now thnnk God for tho ruin and the pleasant weather Take Notice Read Hocomt column first pngo sure Wo will have nn illustrated issun or Tilt CITIZEN 801110 timu this month I Tho Sunday school Losaon for I lift week is of apodal interest und importance Tho article in the school column is of special importance to our moun lain folks FROM THE WIDE WORLD Gas is about to bo made from plat fuelA full nnd final evacuation of Peking by the allies will tnko pincH Aug 14 tho anniversary of tho robe of the legations A IltatuO or Alfred tho Great will be unrolled at Winchester England bOlt month Tho ceremony takes place on hid supposed ono thousandth anniversary Dowager Empress Frederick moth er of tho German Kaiser and widest daughter of tho late Quern Victoria of England died from cancer Mon day aged 01 years IH OUR OWN COUNTRY A Hriof History of American Journalism Is the title ora book which will shortly bo published by tho Library of CongreHS The expected has happened in South Carolina Tho President has distributed plo to Renegade Demo crats and McLnurln Is happy Tho project of pensioning civil em ployees of tho government without nxpcnso to tho government Is again being actively agitated in Washing tonKing cotton has nmdo his best Atrecanl In the fiscal year now closing Cotton nnd ita products exported during the year an average of 1000 000 a day or a total ol 365105707 Fryingsizo chickens in this town had never seen rain until ono day last week and when a shower came up they chased the drops thinking they were bugs Carthago Mo Press A strong effort will be made to in duos the next congress to muk ad vanced steps to put nn end to till do forestation of the country nnd to re establish forests whuro they Imvo been cut down- COIIONWBALTH OF KENTUCKY Winchester Fair in being hold this weekTwenty thousand acres of oil lands have been leaned in Allen County A 2050000 company hits boon formed to develop tho asphalt lands in Warren Edmuudsou nnd Hart counties Milton Long or Estill County who has served a term in tho penitnnlinry has been restored to citizenship by Oov Bockhn Railroad contractors engaged in building short lines in tho eastern part of the State are vury short of help Wages run from Iro to JOO per clay Georgo W Hauck the noted Ken tucky historian was struck by an engine on tho L N R U near Lexington Friday morning und in stantly killed Bon Pate of Otvensboro sued the street railway Company for 10 cents and foo Palo pullet tho register cord twice and the conductor made him pay 10 cents before ho let him off the car- According to tho crop bulletin of the State Commissioner of Agricul turn the drouth in the month of July cut the tobacco crop to fifi per cent of a crop tho corn crop to 55 per cent of a crop and the hemp to 71 per cent making not loss to tho farmers of nearly 20000000 COLLEGEBRED NEGROES Statistics Showing Use to Which They Have Put Their Education Tho fifth nu fiber of tho Atlanta University publications has appeared and is entitled The Golkge Bred Negro According to this report thoro have been about 2GOO negro college graduates Of thin larger northern institutions Harvard has 11 negro graduates Vnlo and tho University of Michigan 10 each Cornell 8 Columbia I nnd Pennsylvania I Of the smaller colleges Ohcrliu lend with 12S graduates tho University ol Kansas 10 and Bates 15 Tho most interesting question and Uiw most crucial IjtrttRtroir IdTliBTIiRkwl concerning college bred negroes in Dolhey earn n living fortunately lime returns us to tho occupation ol college hire negroes are quite full nearly 00 percent of tho total number of graduates Of 1132 persons ro porting over half are teachers ono sixth nro preachers another sixth art students and professional men over six per emit are farmers artisans amid merchants sad four per cent are in government service Most of these do not ciiango their oceupntious piton and stick to their callings nearly JJC per cent have been employed nt their present occupations ten fears and over Tho total assessed vnlun of real estate reported is 1II8hWB- IIlI tho nvenigo per individual S2l 1 1 It is shown that colored students contribute very nearly as much to ward tho expenses of their training ns whites Tho final conclusions of the study are 1 Tho great IIIRSs of tho negrooR need common lI 1hoololltl manual training 2 Thero is n largo cold growing de mand for industrial nnd technical training and trade schools 3 There it u distinct demand for tho higher training of persons selected for talent and character to IN leaders of thought and missionaries of culture among tho masses I To supply this demand for n higher training there ought to bo maintained several negro colleges in tho South 5 rho Rim of these colleges should bo to supply thoroughly trained teachers preachers professional men anti captains of industry It ic however earnestly recom mended that this college work be concentrated in about 12 high grade institutions in the South instead of scattering us it is now in 31 Berea College takes no second rank among tho educational institutions for tho truo development of the negro mentally morally and intellectually Many men and women of color have gouo out from its halls who today are making tho world n better place in which to live cud it gives no small degree of satisfaction to know that Prof F L Williams of Dan yule n graduate from Beren in 89 is President of tho State Ivy Colored Teachers Association Tho following item is taken from the Hot Blast Of Juno Ia lead ing Democratic paper of Auuiston Ala The Colored Teachers Normal conducted by Prof S E Moses prin clpaloColty schools and Prof V A Battle A B Itoreu College Berea Ky is u pronounced success Not only huvo tho teachers of tho county becoino thoroughly interested in tho work but also other leading citizens and educators of Alllli Iou Booker T Washington has been placed nt the head of tho negro do partment of tho South Carolina Inter state and West Indian Exposition uud hits issued an address to tho colored peoplo of the United States inviting then to show time progress nmdo by them since the unto of their emancipation Congressman Whilo of North Care lice tho only colored member in tho Lower Ilotmo in n speech recently said tho negro on tho threshold of the twentieth century is to ho reckoned with Ho in no longer tho negro of forty years ago Sluice that time illiteracy among the meat hers of tho rites hits decreased forty lice per cent Tho race now includes 2000 lawyers and as many physicians time negoo have 12000000 worth of school property mill 10000000 worth of church property they own 110000 homes and farms to tho valm of 5750000000 and personal property to tho amount of 170000000 MADISON COUNTY SUNDAY- CONVENTIONr CONTINUED FROM LAST WEEK i Tho afternoon session commenced with n fifteen minuto Song and Praise Service followed by Rev W A ISiftHiilmtt of Itiehuiond in an address ou Sundayschool Graduates Mr Eisenhart in his opening remarks still there wero really no Sunilny sihnol graduates on earth hill there wax n mesa in which wo could be triuliiiiliH of limo Smulayfichool or firtxlitclM of thin work of the Sunday school The spirit or time address was that the aim of tho Sundayschool should be In lead boys end girls to n trim cue ledge of Christ MJ that they mummy indeed be graduates of the Sun dayschool JIi s Frayzer regaled tho children with a story adapted from tho miracle of the feeding of tho live thousand Children old and young hung spellbound upon tho words of time speaker who has certain ly learned how to do the first work of tho true Sunday school worker Feed My Lambs1 Hev Dr Burgess was called upon and gave an interesting and instruc lye treatment of tho topic The Homo Department of the Sunday school showing this to bo ono of the most effective agencies in the salva tion of tho world After Dr Bur gesss speech Prof Fox our State Secretary spoke on the Statute of the Sundayschool Association in Kentucky Ho showed that eighty five of tho counties of tho Stato are enrolled in tho Stato Association and hilly onothinl of tho Magisterial Districts are organized for Sunday school work that thoro aro about twenty banner counties in tho Stato and tint in every county thcro is sour kind of Sundayschool organization Tho lint speaker of tho day was Ilov I thigh McLollan of Richmond IIii subject rime Sundayschool Our Opportunity was treated very thoroughly nnd clearly proving that through tho child in the Sunday school is time opportunity to lead tho world buck to God All through tho convention limo nil thence was favored with most excell ent sinning and music Space will not allow us to particularize the sing Inv true pool This was most successful undouhtNUrthe In the hlstory or Madison county The musical part of tho program gelded largely to tho enjoyment of tho occasion and it is certain to Prof L V Dodge is duo n lingo measure of credit for tho offectiro work ho did in securing such n rep resentation from tho several districts of tho county Of course time bosket dinner was nn feature of tlio days proceedings Tho ladies who served as the committeo of entertainment and they who prepared the IxHiutiful spread received mutiny com mendations from nil who partookof tho feast ALL 1 Of a TILE TESTING OF EYES Is not a matter of guess work nor is It trying on pairs of readymado glasses to find out which you can sco with best It is a science gOY erned by principles which none but oho who has made a study of tho eye can understand This cut represents a Refracto meter an instrumont I use to deter mine what may bo needed to assist your vision if you are needing such help Tho Rofractomoter shows any latent or hidden defects of tho eye and re btrophino Some opticians are not sure that they know what a latent defect is I will therefore state that a latent de sect is a defect concealed by the bo or one meridian of tho may bo farsighted and tho other meridian nearsighted this is Astigmatism you way need to correct any defect Of ono or both of your eyes andso rid you of headaches and ore troubles you have been puzzled to account for and which your family physician has not been able to cure as well as to enable you to use your eyes for reading sowing or any other work it may bo necessary to use them for My office is in the Welch Block Twill thoroughly examine your oyes Free of Charge and will fit you with Eyo Glasses or Spectacles suitable for you as low as is consistent with conscientious work and first class lenses and tho quality of frame you desire Satisfaction always guaranteed T A Welch Block Berea Ky WANTKI Capable reliable perron in every tlltlnl to large company of hi finan rid reputation tJSrt payable t1icrdayat ds Irahcht bonnHilc definite rotary no rom melon salary paid each Saturday and expen o money advanced each week STANDARD HOtSKsil DEARBORN ST CHICAGO Irvine St Richmond Ky A full line of Staple Groceries carried at all times Mail and Phone Orders receive prompt shipment VVTE- LEADING LINES IMPLEMENTS WAGQNAND BUGGIES proscriptiontho olBmpleihonearsighted RefractometerI ROBINSON OPTICIANS JEWELER omulelysuroanddlexpen KELLOGG WITHENBDRY Wholesale Grocers FARMERS APPRECIATE reliable tools they have no time to spendwith untried Implements thats why we offer them THE WORLDS BEST tried and true makes Y3Jckneff 4 1 COOL CLOTHES 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 Y J And youll find in our store the largest and most uptodate lines of Neckwear Shirts Suspenders Belts Gloves Hos ierv Hats Shoes and everything else needful to clothe a man in best style from head to foot Priced so you will come back againii i COVINGTON BANKS Richmond Ky Fine Stock of Ladies and Mens Trunks Bags Suit Cases etc I T C LOWRY ATTORNEYATLAWRichmond OFFICE IN MOBERLEY BUILDINQMAIN STEEET Collections And Rut EsUte a Specially Ea Ba McCOY Dentist Berea Kentucky C I OGG Firstclass PhotographyCe- nter Strut Berea Ky MEAT MARKET I have reopened the Meat Mar ket on Main Street Fresh Meats VegetablesinM B RAMSEY Berea Ky HOME Day Phone Night 66 Three Years in RichmondAnd seta of teeth that have been made at my office if there is one set or any seta that show any defects will make new set free We are making the best set of teeth in the world for 760 and if detects show in lye years we give you new set free This applies to all the teeth have made or am going to makelathe beet alloy fills in the world at 76 cents DR HOBSON Dentist Permanently located in the Hobson Building next door to Gov ernment Building Richmond Kentucky Reference Richmond National Bank Special Price to Students INSURE WITH The Ideal Realty Guarantee Co sr RESERVE BETTER CONTRACTSPLANS Than any other company doing business in the State Those seeking honest legitimate investments will receive our most cordial and thorough attention DR C E SMOOT Pres S M TUDOR Sec Gen Mgr J S CRUTCHER Treas Capital Stock 1OOOO r I OFFICE RICHMOND KYbyJUNE FURNITURE SALE It will be to your interest to inspect our stock before your buy We have the goods and will certainly meet your views as to prices Hardwood Oak and Mahogany Bedroom Suites Iron Beds andICouches at special bargain prices during the month Everything in the Furniture Line Groat Sale on Carpets and Rugs for Cub Wo invite all our Berea Friends and all Citizen subscribers to call and inspect before making purchases UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY I 73 I Phone I a a I JO S JOPLIN RIchmond Ky IA GREADISTRIBUTION A Distribution of BARGAINS Is going on from day to day in our Store li Ladles Misses and Childrens Shoes and Slippers leIs Tici Yallonr and Box Calf Shoes and Oxfords Boys and Sloes In our line of NEGLIGEE SHIRTS UNDERWEAR SUSPEN DERS and SOCKS you will find all the newest and most upto date creations Our SHIRT WAIST for Men is the most com plete and practical waist on the market Our HAT and CAP Department is Uptodate In Our NECKWEAR DEPARTMENT are all the latest sensations and our Vashable Ties are the newest and most varied line of this class of goods on the market In this Distribution Everything Goesl If you find Prices Lower than Ours you may be sure the Quality of goods is inferior to that we arc offeringwDOUGLAS CRUTCHER 207 W Main St Richmond KyrI Subscribe for THE CITIZENI Fall is the Time to Study Fall Term Opens Sept 11 1901 L i sa h L 1 k AiL THE CITIZENr A Weekly Newspaper c SONW EREA KENTUCKY OUR PLATFORM This aims to bring the best reading to everY fire side Reading is a great thing but it makes a big difference what you read THE CITIZEN brings first oi r ill the newsnot every tale f crime or horror but the im jortant news the news from Vashington and the State capital from our soldiers in far off islands from our neigh hors everywhere For the young folks we have a story and a Bible lesson for house wives a few new ideas each week which should lighten thsr labors for the farmer some Valuable hints which will help him to make morel r from his land and cattle We propose to get the best ideas that can be found on all such and important ifsmatters and pass them around among our readers The resources of Berea College arc not for its students alone the editor of this paper can at any time step into the largest Col lege library in the State and he has engaged v r l of the most distinguished instructors in the College to take charge of special departments in the paper Those who are visited R by TilE CITIZEN will know what is going on in the world Every 1t will tell them something worth knowing TilE CITIZEN is pledged tone party It is everyman s friend It stands for the things which benefit all temperance thrift kindness enterprise and education And we ask all who believe in these thingsr 10 subscribe for THE CITIZEH 1LOSTA memorandum book tho property of Edwin S Fee having in it impor- tantI entries concerning the estate of Rev John G Fee deceased The book was of ordinary size rather long andwith dark red covers Finder please return same to Mrs Laura Embrce Berea rKy- Madison County The Berea Fair is set for Aug 16 publEvangelist D G Combs and Rev Hugh McLellan will hOtda protract ed mteting at Mtzibn Church to I nightDouglas Crutcher of Richmond are making a Bargain Distribution of their fine block of Gents aiid Ladies ShoesIMouday lust was court day but ou account of the ruin comparatively little buhiuess was done Several persons from Berea were in atten dance at court T e Mudisou County Colored Teachers Institute is in session in the United Baptist Church Itichmoufl under the direutiou of Prof C W Reynolds of LvxiiiKtoii The copper worm from the Creek more Distillery hear Kingston has been stolen and a wan ant was issued lust week charging Torn and Tim Lakes of Jackson county with the theft The result of the District Primary last Saturday wean as follows For MngistratOLunsford 245 Gallo wavr 166 Lunsforda majority BO For Constable Gabbard S23 Pau ley 58 Watkius 74 Gabbards mnjority 149 Yuan Irvine a colored xoMjer of this city is the proud posHessor of 160 acres in the new territory Vul CUll formerly carried the Cultuurt mail but resigned two years to Join the About three weeks since he returned from th1 Philippines Tak ing advantage of tho old soldier privi lege he sent his application to El Reno and was lucky enough to win in the drawing He is the second soldier to got a hand 4PautagtaphAu atnicablo arrangement has been agreed upou between the Committee representing Central University and the Madison County Alumni A first class institution of learning will be i maintained here Full details will be given our readers as soon as they can be furnished for publication Owing to the delay in arriving at a satisfactory understanding the college consequently a school local in character will be held in the building the coming year j t i LOCAL AND PERSONAL I Fresh bread at Bicknell Earlys Jon M Early was in Richmon- Monday Miss Abbie S Merrow left Tuesday CincinnatiC returned from a ph tographic tour B Coddingtou was in Rockcnstl County last week Mrs Laura Jones of Rockford is visiting relatives in town Miss Nita Finloy has returned to her home at East Hickman 0 M Rawlings and William Hig ginbdtham are leasing oil lands Mrs Dalton and daughter are visiting relatives in Rockcastle Co Mrs A P Settle of Richmond was visiting here the first of the week Rev Dr Burgess and company will hold services at Narrow Gap next SundayT Pasco and wife have their headquarters at Indian Fort for this monthMisses Ida and Tnlitha Gay have returned from a visit to Mammoth CaveCaleb Cope and family who have been visiting in Jackson County have returnedMrs Dodwell has somo flue ca naries hingers of splendidstrain fo silo cheap J C Teeters who has been iu Indiana for a month leaves this week for Weiser Idaho Mrs E L Robinson entertained quite a number of young people a her home lust Friday Mrs Sarah L Hoag the new ma trom of Ladies Hall has arrived an taken charge of the hall P P Reynolds and Jas M Combs loft Monday for an extended trip in Leo and Breathitt counties Rev D G Combs ccuducted a very Huccetfiful meetings at the Glade Church Several additiouH C C McNVhortur unloaded a car load of sheep here Moodily which he brought from the mountains Mrs Gideon A Burgess and little daughter left Tuesday for a visi with relatives at Greenville R1- A T Fish is having a handsome iron fence with a stone foundation erected at his residence on Richmond Avenue Miss Effie Johnson who is at the Pattie A Clay Infirmary Richmond is rapidly recovering from a surgical operationMiss Sebring Smith of Nebraska who is to be the College Librarian has arrived and is with Mrs Dinsmore Mrs R B Woodford and Mary Merritt teachers ot tho colored school are attending the institute at Richmond this week Mr Hawkins near the d pot bolO from a 13 foot well an abundant sup ply of sulphur water pronounced to be equal to Slate Lick water Miss Isabella Williams is spending her vacation with her sister in Tuscola Ill Miss Mary goes to Texas Christmas and Isabella returns to Ilorea iu the fall Miss Grace Stokes and Miss Miller who have taught in Berea the pas two years are to spend the coming OlWorldd W T Harris of Richmond candidate for Jailer of Mndnon county subject to the notion of the Repub lican Party willspeak in Berna Sat unlay Aug 10 at 730 p m at the district schoolhouse white At the meeting of the Housekeepers Club in the Nichols House next Monday at 4 pm Dr Burgess will for thirty minutes on Family Worship Mr T J Osborne will address the Club and explain the permit which all landladies who ex pect to board students will be asked to sign A large attendance of ladies is PIlptCiallyrlPllirffi On Augusts 1001 at the home o the brides mother Dr G A Burgs married Mr Charles S Bejfgs to Miss Helen 0 Putnam The wed ding was hastened on account o the serious illness of Mr Beggs sister Miss Putnam has the esteem aud affection of many friends in Bnrea and great desire for the pros perity of the happy couple with them to their new in Illinois Harold Hunting a former student congregation subjectThepresented by John R Mott at North Mass Jesus calls into the disciplesEverybody him Rev H J Derthick in vited the other churches and there spingthobandMr Huntin left Monday to ente- thgYale DIvldttySohoOl lJIEWRQNGI CAIN rf Gang of Train Robbers Makes tiRidiculous Blunder ALL THEY GOT WAS A GOLD WATCH IrlycroCniiclim OMO f hush They lynu ntliedTito Express Cur lens Left llehlad tauvugeri Nut Rubbed Chicago Aug 1Dy a most rldlcu lous blunder five train robbers missed a big prize and placed themselves at the mercy of Uncle Sam by dynamit ing a postal car Tho train hold up was the Baltimore and Ohio limited vestibule train from New York and Washington due bore at 9 p m It was attacked by five masked men bo tween Calumet Heights Ind and Edgemoore 31 miles from Chicago Tho storage mall car which con tained no money was dynamited and wrecked The attempt atrobbery was made allot the two mull cars had been detached from the iraln and run a quarter of a mile ahead Tho failure of the robbers to make a rich haul was due to tho fact that the ox press car which contained thin trains treasure was In an unusual place It was the third car In tho train After wrecking tho mall car and obtaining no booty the robbers dis appeared In the darkness without at tempting to rectify their mistake Tho only loot they carried away with them was the engineers gold watch When the train passed Calumet- r Heights It was running at a high rate of speed and Immediately after pass Ing out of sight of the station En Olneer J C Collins saw directly In front of his engine a large fire on which some rails had boon placed He slowed down and as ho did so theirtered Collins and his fireman James Whipple with revolvers cabdmen their revolvers to frighten away all assistance The shots produced the liveliest kind of a panic in tho sleep ing cars where the passengers made every effort to hldo their money and valuables before the robbers could get at them No attempt was made how ever to rob any of the passengers The fusillade had the effect of making them keep Inside the cars F A Applegate of Newark 0 was the express messenger and was alone In his car lie had no Idea that a rob heton then seized a rifle and climbed on top of tho safe determined to make the best fight In his power He was not liedwas silver In the ear and that the robbers might have secured a rich booty If they had oorne to the right place was beellieved the robbers knew of tho large amount of money and valuables on board the train Chinese Getting Slucy- PeklngAugGAmerlcan and European residents assert that the demeanor of tho Peking populace Is con scantly becoming more unfriendly and that as the allied troops depart the Chlnse resume their old habits of jostling and cursing foreigners in the streets The legation defenses ate now approaching completion Gener ally speaking they consist of brick walls from 16 to 20 feet high and from three to four feet thick loopholed for rules The ministers of the powers Ignored the plan for a uniform system of defense submitted by the generate and consequently tho governments are working Independently Kimberly Excused thetSchley court of inquiry His request to be relieved on the ground of health has been granted and the department Is considering the question of his successor It is quite likely a selection has been made but the of ficial announcement will be withheld until the officer selected has been beard from It is explained In connec tion with the acceptance of Admiral KImbcrlyi declination that this is the flat time in SO years he has requested the department to relieve him of a duty to which he was assigned News From Peking London Aug I Peking advice say that the draft of the protocol proposes that the new tariff shall come Into operation Oct 1 Russia II displaying renewed activity In Manchuria and Is strengthening her grip on NIu Chwacj It Is expected that Li Chen son of LI tofRussia to cntlnue the policy Inaugurated by LI Hung Chang It Is report ed that the French Intend to build from Coo Fu to Tien Chinesefconsent Thurstons Good Wishes Atlantic City Aug 6 Senator J M Thurston of Nebraska said the pub dished statement that be had tendered his professlonallervlcea to Admiral Bchler his warm friend and admirer said tho senator I wired him a message Indicating my friendly desire for his complete vindi cation but nothing In the line of pro fessional desistance was suggested or thcught of Claude Meeker Deposed theoed Claude Meeker member of the firm of Meeker Brothers of Columbus O from the exchange Meeker was Corii If COTTON COMBINATION Wailitmriii Ilnn For RIghting the llgiuilla Corporation Boston July 31Georgo F Wash burn of this city president of the Comonwealth club of Massachusetts has sailed for Europe Ills mission Is to Inquire Into the cooperation methods of various bodies In England BQlglum and Switzerland with a view to the formation of a 50000000 cot ton combination In this country Mr Washburn has worked out a plan to unite tho cotton producers of the south Into ono grout cooperative trust with headquarters at St Louts Ho said he had been selected for this mission becauso of the special studv he has mado of cooperation from a business mans standpoint and that In his judgment tho only way to meet tho capitalistic cotton and wheat trusts was to organize bettor and bigger combines In the interests of tho producer Mr Washburn who In two national campaigns was a na tional executive committeeman of tho Populist party was asked It his plan had any political significance and ho said only in so far as It was successful and In that case it would have far reaching effect along political lines In tho west and south u Filipino Secret Societies Washington Aug IThe war de partment has received word from the Philippines records of numerous cases of courtsmartlal of natives for mur der robbery kidnaping and other crimes Two cases of Treachery and violation of the rules of war are re ported Ono Is that of Placldo Cucha pin who was Installed as prcsldeuto of the pueblo of Moncada Tarlae and who while In this office nldsd nnd abetted the natives Ho was sen tenced to 1C years Imprisonment Nicholas Valenton who was vice pres dent and lieutenant of police at tho same place was also found guilty on a similar charge and HuaUncol to 10 years It appears from facts brought out in different trials that there are secret societies among the natives who are pledged to all manner of crimes for tho purpose of carrying on tho warfare against the United States h Soldiers Sad Fate Charlotte N C Aug 6A young man who was found lying by the road side two miles from Charlotte In nn unconscious condition was brought to the city hospital hero where no died The coroners Inquest has developed a case of murder and robbery The dead body was Identified as that of Newton Lanier of Fort Mill S C a volunteer of the Spanish war In a com pany from this city Lanler was given knockout drops at a questionable house hero and was afterward stand bagged and robbed of his watch and 80 In cash It Is alleged that Lanier was lured to tho house by three men one of whom cave bill name as Charles Lyle of Knoivlllo Tenn Tho police are looking tor the suspects Nitro In the Wood Lima 0 Aug Tho city was shaken by a terrific explosion which occurred In the yard at Hhoda Broth era carriage manufactory A gang of men was at work setting tires using pieces from a dilapidated wagon to keep up tho fires It seems that soma of the pieces were from a wagon for merly used in hauling nltroglycorln and wero thoroughly saturated with the explosive and when tho Ore reached them the explosion occurred filling the air with smoke and debris wrecking the portion of the building next to the fire and Injuring several employee nono seriously Teddy Chasing Coyote Colorado Springs Aug GVIce President Theodore Roosevelt left here for a three days coyote chase in vicinity of Fountain 18 miles south of this city He was accompanied by R B Stewart of this city Alfred Cowles of New York a brother 1n law of Mr Stewart Lieutenant II K Dave ereaux the trooper of Roosevelts old regiment John Goff who piloted tho vice president during his lion hunting expedition In Colorado last winter and Joe Konyon who will act as guide during thus trip- Venezuelan Invasion Repulsed Caracas Vonozuela Aug 6 The Venezuelan government announces that a force of Invaders under Gen eral Rangel QarblraslncludlnK 22 battalions of tho Colombian army was repulsed by the government troops and compelled to fall back across the fron tier after 28 hours fighting July 2g and July 29 It Is omclally assorted that the Invaders lost 900 men the government troops losing 200 The government has sent reinforcements to the frontier Jury Could Not Agree Denver Aug STho jury In the case of W W Anderson charged with the shooting of H IL Tammen and F G Bonflls proprietors of the Evening Post after considering the testimony six and a half days reported Its In ability to agree upon a verdict and was discharged Tho shooting oc curred Jan IS This was the second trial the other having ended In dIs- agreement Paramount Blount III Omaha Aug 5News has reached here that exCongressman James H Blount who represented this district in congress 10 years ago and who was sent to Hawaii by President Cleveland as commissioner paramount at the time of the revolution In the Isl ands has suffered a stroke of paraly III and Is in a critical condition at his country home near here Poisoned by Ice Cream Loesbur Ga Aug GTen persons wero poisoned with Ice cream at thq home of W R Bunkley Mr Dunkley died from the effects and Mrs Bunk ley and daughter are critically ill The rest of the family and tbc guests are rrlq Mon coTHjnvr WAIT Turned a Meat star tn Kranoii and Vrenknl lu Vrngeimec Carrollton Miss Aug 2Tile hru tal murder of Mr and Mrs Tnllnfom tho night of July 30 led to the lynch lag of Betsy McCray her son Ilolflutd McCray and daughter Ida McCray all colored who were remanded to jail by the coroners Jury which Investigated the murder Tho mob was composed of about white citizens of Carroll county who marched to the jail In order dc manded tho keys from Jailor nuke proceeded to the cells of the tmfortun ate negroes bound them by the neck and hands and carried them to thu cor porate limits of the town where they hanged them to a tree by the public road and riddled them with bullets Governor A II Longlno arrived on the scene by special train from Jack Ion a few minute s after the hanging IInprclIIIjIngzenship and urging strict obedience to law and order Another Mob Victim Carrollton Miss Aug GTho arm ed mob which has been In the Talla forro neighborhood two days looking for Salllo Layton and others killed Will Price tho negro who worked for Tnllnferro and lived within 300 yards of his residence Trice was found dead in tho road on Mr Dukes place some distance from any tree or any thing to which to hang any one with a rope around his neck and mutilated by gunshots An Inquest was held and tho verdict was came to his death by tho bands of unknown portions It Is said Price went to tho Tallaferro roil denco and told Jack Tallufcrro all about the murder and said that tho plan was to kill both the old people and Jack tho youngest boy whllo Lynn was away and shoot him when ho returned Socialists Adjourn Indianapolis Aug 2The national Socialist convention adjourned after electing Leo Orccnbaum of St Louis national secretary and designating St Louis as tho national headquarter of the Socialist party As tho delegates flied from tho hall they sang tho Mar selllalse Much wrangling during tho night session hinged on tin effort to embody In tho resolutions a clause prohibiting Socialists from accepting office under either of the capitalist parties and from entering the ranks of the stato militia Hath of those clauses were finally adopted Tho ju dietary of the country was branded as a servile tool In the hands of the capitalistic class and hostile to the Interests of labor Soft Coal Syndicate New York Aug 31t Is reported that an underwriting syndicate of pOSe sibly 50000000 has been formed to finance the consolidation of the bun minous coal properties along tho Norfolk and Western Chesapeake and Ohio and possibly also tho locking Valley Baltimore and Ohio and other railroads in West Virginia Western Pennsylvania and Ohio The syndi cate will Include prominent banking Interests of this city Philadelphia and Baltimore and perhaps Plttsburg and other western cities Kruger Says Fight On London Aug 3A dispatch from Btanderton Transvaal dated July 6 which had been stopped by the censor has just been received here It reads Walter Kitchener met Louis Baths and his secretary Dewot by appointment near Platrand a few days ago They brought Krugcrs reply to Bothas surrender proposal It was Dotha Dewet Dolary Stein Continue fight ing Alleviation will bo sent when needed Enough for the present ulock Blown Up Philadelphia Aug 6 Without a moments warning a block of six buildings on Locust street above Tenth was wrecked by an explosion which demolished five structures and caused the death of from 10 to 20 or more persons Over two score of oth era were more or less seriously In jured Some of those taken to the hospital will die It Is estimated that at least 35 persons wero In the flvo buildings when the explosion occurred Seventh National Affairs New York Aug 3It was unoffi dally announced that the directors of the Seventh National haVo practically perfected plans for the payment of all deposits In full and that the official announcement will be made in awe It Is claimed that 2000000 has ale ready been guaranteed in the plan of reorganization merlonBrussels Aug 2It Is claimed that Mr Krugeri American tour will ra elude visits to New York Philadel phia Boston Washington and Chi cago Negotiations are about to begin for his reception by McKinley Manitoba Wheat Crop Winnipeg Aug 3lIulh McKellar deputy minister of agriculture esti mates the yield of wheat In Manitoba and the Northwest territory for this year at from 65000000 to 60000000 bushels 1901 AUGUST 1901 So Mo Tu We Th Fri Sat 128 4567891011 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25262728293081r t THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON VI THIRD QUARTER INTER NATIONAL SERIES AUG 11 Text ul the Leon Gen mv 12KSMrmurr 1 rae B7 UuliUu Gen XT Commentary Prepared hy the Her U M Mlrarni CopjrUU by American Tree Anodttlon J 1 After these things the word of thi Lord came unto Abram lu a vision Among the thews thins must bo lu eluded the MelchUedfk story of the lint vious chapter which the Holy Spirit considered of such Importance that lie speaks of It and Iti relation to Christ In Ps ex and In Heb v vl nod vii Lt no teacher therefore pass It by Note the new name of Deity the most high flod possessor of heaven and earth and con slier Its use elsewhere The blessing of Him who own nil things enables us to rise above the temptation to look at or long for the thing or the help of this world All believers as children tf Abram must not fall to give at least the tithe to our MelchlneuVk Note the sug RCKtUeneiiH of the bread situ wine We have lu our Iwwoii tansy a rood many word anti phrase used tar the Ort time such an the word of the Lord fear t1Iie to tilt message which cattle to Abram or It may refer to till messenger the lard Illmnelf Julia Itl lx 11 When we read the word of trod we inuit ac cept the larMigra III specially for us Tills lint fear not taken its to the many other similar words In thb precious hook among which these have been and are a great help las vii 4 ill 10 13 xllll Joel II UMark v 31- S 3 Auil Abram anld Lord God what wilt Thou give me peeing 110 child ireei He reminded that tbat be was still rhlldle sad wemed to wonder how sod when the promised NHS would cotuo Ills faltli was still weak but growing l alth eoin tli by hearing the weal of Gal Item x 17 and the more of Ills word hear and receive the more faltb wo will have In tho New Testament record the falling art omitted sail only the mighty faith U seen Bo when our story is finished It shall bo seen that the precious Mood has put away all tIlt wu of use therefore sinful and only tbat which was wrought In us by Gad shall be evil Note Itch xl 810 Horn Iv 1821 40 And he believed In the Lord InS He counted It to him for HghtcouineM Abrain la assume that his heir shall not bo any one merely barn In his house but shall lie hit very own child whom heaven shall In slue time give hIm How ug gectlve the word Look now toward heaven This should IIC the attitude of every believer at all times never rely lug upon an arm of flwli nor upon any liniunn device but upon tile loOn alone Till remnlof tbe nest chapter had nev er been If Abrain had permitted la looking heavenward In last Itsun we noticed the promise that his std ibould be uthe stars and its probable significance Abram retread the word Literally ha amend Gal or said amen to God The Holy Spirit hu noticed this three times In the New Testament lion iv 3 21 = lint III Ju II and strongly curl Abashes this great truth that the right roumicim which nod requlrvtb ran never become ours by any works of ours but only by faith In Jess Christ Uom Iv 0 Hpb II S 0 Titan 0 7 I atn the Lord That should set tie everything and dispel every fear No tic bow It begin and ends the seven great I wills of Ei vl VS Notice It II a Huflideiit reason for all that Gal quire of them lii xx 2 lAy xxll 3133 xxll 43 and an all sufficient ao durance to them that He will do what He says Erek xxxvl 22 23 82 30 and the great truth that all nations have yet to learn xxxvlll 23 811 Lord God whereby shall I know that I shall Inherit It l Strung and weak steadfast and wavering up and down seems to have been tile way with him as lie grew In grace and In the knowledge of God Therefore bo not discouraged weak anti trembling one for the Lord will tier feet all that concern you for Ilia names ukI The creature that he took at Gods command and prepared as a sac rifice comprised all ever used as types of the great sacrifice of the Son of God It you auk How ball I know the answer li Behold tbe Lwub of God See the love of God In the gift of ilia dear Son and believe Rom vlll 32 1210 The shadow of coming events cuts itself upon him and tho Lord tells him of the earning centuries of a great bondage and a great deliverance at an appointed tlmn And so It camn to pass Ho declares the end from the beginning and from ancient times the things that are not yet done paying My counsel shall stand and I will do all my pleas ure lia xlvl 10 Compare Ex ill 40 41 nod note how all came to pas just aw the Lord said See also I Kings ill 2 and II Kings xxlll 10 17 as an llltiMratlon of the literal sad exact tub filament of prophecy Neither Abram nor Ida seed could Inherit the land jut then liccauno the Iniquity of the inhabitants was not yet full One reason why our Lord does not come and judge the na lions Is because their Iniquity its not 1etIcome to a head There la a proper time to inure a toll Our Lord will not bo too late In attending to the gathering 17 The smoking furnace and the burn lug lamp deccrib the way of the people of God na they journey to the kingdom There will be tho furnace but ills word will prove nn unfailing lamp lu the world wo Khali hfcrc tribulation We must through much tribulation renter the kingdom but wo need not be troubled John xiv 27 xvl 83 Acts xiv 22 Math xxlv 0 for nothing can conic totthat will not prove to be the beet In the light of the glory and nil pre once will always sustain us Rem vlll So Isn xllll 2 1821 Hero we have for the first time the boundaries of the land well defined not simply what we know as Canaan but iron Egypt to tbo Euphrates an abun dant posiesilon for all Israel when they shall have returned to their own land from all the nation where they scattered for they are to dwell IntbllrIland n united people under one King never to lie scattered or pulled up out of ZephIIIperform till truth to Jacob and the mercy to Abraham which lIe has sworn from the days of old Mic vII 20 May we be fully persuaded that what God has promised Ho la able to perform and tearing no evil walk humbly with ilia ltlletaea and to r THE MARKETS ktlOIITKl UNOIIMAeACO CINCINNATI Aug CirrLB Common 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roniiuMotiaainl advancement old iftablUhedt eaelljrallol for cnmeiit man or woman hi tecura pleaunt Itwltlon and liber al Income KrlllUiit linen w at mice I HTAPFOIU ritKN- I Church St New lIuu Conn ft REPORTERSCORRESPONDENTS or WRITERS Wants Stories news ideas poems illustrated articles advance news drawings uo articles etc etc purchased rblicattonparticulars and full iuforrnatiou bo fore seedluv Rrtlcltw Tli liMii PNH isuciittoD lei York ALCOHOL DISCUSSED PROCEEDINGS OFTHE INTERNATION AL TEMPERANCE CONGRESS Hrlrtitlfle Antlinrlllra In Heaalom at Vlrntin Decide That Alcohol Can Dliiirnard With Ilolh For Medi clue nnd In Irlyale Life proceedlugsance congress which this year met In Vienna Tim first wear the predomi sunset of technical and expert Informa thou and opinions placed at the service of lht congress and the second was the Riiunil agreement that the use of alcohol could be dlsiwnsetl with lath In medicine and In ordinary life The congress In by for the most Im IKirtant International untlnlcoliollc con vcntlon held In the eastern liemlspherc It composed of representatives of nil the trading countries of Europe Includ lug thin year some high government of ficial from France nod UuRxIa The waken were university professors of medicine and law doctors more espe chilly those connected wIth Insane any IUIIIR and directors of homes for Inebri nil Various great medical authorities one after another gave the results of their export men Is anti experience declaring that alcohol waR neither food nor a source of strength nor even the best of KtlnitilantH from a medical standpoint A tllntliisulnlKsl Vienna professor Herr UrtilHT told of some highly In lereNtliiK experiments which went to slaw that alcohol far from diminish ing the dangtTH from Infectious dls eases rather reduced considerably the solver of rvulHtance to them In no ease did Its use exercise n beneficial Influence or help to mitigate the severi ty of the lIsoaHc Herr Umber main tallied however that ex rlmvnts with iinlnmJM towel that nlcohol was an excellent moans fur preventing col lapse utter an ojivratlon but n German delegate Intervening Instated that such experiments were not conclusive evl deuce an regards human things and ho contended that lemon juice vas a tar better preventive than alcohol Another distinguished Vienna doctor Irofensor Max KanHowltz who Is re garded na the loading authority on chll sirens diseases warned parents against the extremely Injurious effects of even the smallest quantity of alcohol upon children loading frequently to the se verest functional derangements and sowing the seeds of epilepsy liver At fections and dropsy lie also stated thud experiments with students at tho University of Heidelberg proved that the smallest quantities of alcohol even less than a half pint of beer affected the mental capacity In certain simple and measurable operations such as adding figures committing numbers to memory recalling simple associations and noting Impressions upon the senses If the quantity of beer was in creased to three or tour pints the mental capacity was greatly affected the Injurious effects continuing for I hours or more One of the strangest results obtained from these expert merits was tint the persona subjected to the tests hall no Consciousness of tbolr reduced capacity but on the con trary felt that they were working easi ly nnd well The siwakcr thought that this was one of the most fatal conso quences of drink Inasmuch as It con stunted n hindrance to Intellectual do velopment and profundity of culture even In cases where there would be no thought of excess The question of tho effect of alcohol In inomotlng general paralysis brought out n very Interesting discussion be tween the medical experts The gen crap Impression left was that certain diseases which are usually regarded as n cause of that terrible nUllctlon are rot always responsible for Its worst ravages which are more frequently due to n combination of the two evils Who Make the Drnnknrdt An editorial In the New York Even lug Journal says Who makes the drunkard Ills enemies No The drunkard Is made by his friends When It Is known that he Is Inclined to drink no enemy Is so vicious ns to lead him on uo enemy slaps him on tho back and bogs him to take Just an other drink no enemy laughs down his poor feeble attempts at reform no enemy tells him that It will not hurt him Just this time Bud that he really must not refuse to bo a good fellow Just for once The drunkard Is made n drunkard Is pushed Into tho last depths of drunkenness by bis friends Clirlatlnnltr anti Temperance- W U Ilacsellmrtli 88YSuThe weakness of the weak Is strengthened by the strength of tho strong There U a mighty power In human sympathy That Is one strong argument why all Christians should be open and avowed total abstainers from nil forms of In toxicating drinks It gives new strength std lope to the poor drunkard who may be trying to abstain esprit de corps as we call It of the t tal abstainers goes very far to hold each other up A Warning to Physician A physician little knows how much influence he has over hits patient both physically and morally a man linN drifted Into the habit which he would give his life to break through the advice of his physician Many a in an has been ruined with the words lu his lips Sly doctor said take r four good drinks a day Many hlld tins died from delirium tremens from whisky prescribed by physicians A U Jack M D Temperance Its Own Reward Ivinperance like virtue la Its own reward Luckless Casslo was rttIre taordlaats ell is ullnrleneA RELIGIOUS THOUGHT Oemrliraae4 tla I of All Denominations Religion is the architect of fortune Rev Dr George IL Hepworth Congro gaUonallst New York Tomorrow Golden Rule Arbitration Is todays and coopera thou will be tomorrows version of the golden ruleItev J Clayton Youker M9thodIst Oak Park mOo Remember Ypnr Maker To forget God and to sock to rule him out of human affairs is the withering of the path of ilfeIlev W II Car wardluc MetbodlstChlcngo Start Your Child Right Almost alt depends on the start you give a child A good start for God means a lung way on the road to heave cnIteviJ C Solomon Baptist Atlanta SeekFlnttheKingdom- When we have sought salvation the bread and water ot lIrcspiritual things then we must seek the things the body needs Itev T 0 Carleton UaptlHt St Louis Our Upward March All humanity Is on the march ups ward The goal of human achievement was never so high as It is today Rev Prank H Lorues Congregatlonallst Santa Barbara Cal Slow to Enrich Life It is not by what you try to get out of the world that your life will bo ens rlched It Is by what you give to the world Ifur Washington Gladden D D Congregationalist Columbus Traveler All men are travelers from time to eternity Life Is the road on which we all journey Many are concerned about the way but utterly thoughtless about the endIlev William J Baptist Atlanta Mosey Verio Love Money Is the thought that holds sway and many seem to forget the beautiful ctrlnc of brotherly love preached by Christ who died on tho cross for tlm redemption of men Rev Dr County Catholic Washington Life I Serious Life Is not a toy to bo played with You may play with and kites and bubbles but you must not play with life God himself gave It and that means It Is a serious thing Rev lien ry T Miller Presbyterian Detroit What Conscience Meaai Our sense of obligation as It now rests upon us represents our natural Intuition of rlgbt plus all the deepest experiences of humanity The man dates of conscience are unspeakably sa cred Rev W D Blmonds Unitarian Seattle Step Up Natures peremptory call to humanity line always been and today Is Come up higher The men and women of today can only emerge from their dis content and again find life good by an swering that call and stepping up on to a higher plane of UteJlev David Utter Unitarian Denver Honor the Teacher The teachers of the youth of this land hove more to do with the per petuity of our liberties than has tho president of the United States Take off your hat to the public school teacher Shoja tboanelor tho republic and tho savior of the nation Rev Joseph P Calhoun Presbyterian Plttaburg CrritlutLast ld over fdrinks000000Q00 kid gloves 13000000 for ostrich feath era and only 412000000 all told for mission work at home and abroad Yet we call ourselves a Christian nation Rev Charles M Sheldon Oongr ga ttonallst Topeka Avoid the Step pnlYprerlcatotltt only tipplers and not one of these and no other slave of sin can you and that was not once on the outer edge of an evil way and would never have entered by a leap Entrance was made by Inches only Rev John Lindsay With row Presbyterian Boston Oodla Nature I think the church has done wrong although unwittingly when tt has taught that Gods presence is more real within the four walls of achapel or at tbq altarthan It is at oho tot of a grand old tree or on the shore of a beautiful lake Religion Is not a thing of Sunday or of clothes or of altars and ceremonies Revf Charles Eaton UnltcrsallsLNew York The Weed of the Sabbath Without the Lords day the church pf Christ as an body would boldoract proportion as the Scriptural Lord day Is hallowed or profaned and for this reason all godless forces in the IandBMkloUotfromthecalandartbla pearl of IIIY8Rev Dr Frederick D Power Christian Church Washington Goda Purpose God has a motif a purpose a scheme well In mind and bo has in mind all through Its making and puts music into foroour being and for our specific ment and through us tobemcaa4Omake Inspiration and might Rev fr Den- Is jWoriman P141dentOeneral Synod Reformed Church In American We Gained or l ostt We are an ago of criticism This pate has torn away a host of old beliefs a process that would have made atheists of our forefathers We have had to ofathe world the creation of man and Inspiration of the Scriptures The ques tion that must come homo to each thinking Christian Is Have we replaced this belief In ninny uncsseutlals by a great strong convlctionln God and his Bon Rev Ernest M Paddock Eplso aJtaa PUUbarg r J MALCOM KIRK A Tale JIonlJerolamIa- OTroomJ11Ir the World By OHAELE8 M 8EELTJOV Author I lHi SUpt fdrucVxton of PhUj Strong llotertllardvs5wcnvavat- copnlght 1900 by tie Adnnc PnUUhDg IOONTUTOZB J CBAP1Elt VII Tn AHOXL OF DEATH pearly three years after Malcom Kirk and his wlfq bad made their promise In the little Homo Missionary church of Conrad one evening In Sep tombcr astruger stepped out of the east bound Chicago express upon the platform at Conrad and inquired for the residence of the Rev Malcom Kirk lie lee up by the church said the man tq whom the question was put Come out to the end of the platform and Ill show you The stranger followed and the man pointed up the street where the tower of the little church could be seen Youll find him In the parsonage close by at the right of the church The stranger thanked him and start ed down the platform dfeps when the man called after him Theyre paving trouble at the rain Islets bouse I thought It you dldut know I ought to tell you They have a very alck baby there Thee stronger paused and looked un certainly at the man I wont go there then If I ought not I am one of Mr Klrka old semi nary classmate I stopped off on my way homo from Colorado where I have been taking my vacation Per lisps I had better not call there tonight I didnt know of his trouble Do you know how sjclt Urn baby X 7 o It The doctor has been thorp nearlyall day The stranger hesiated and finally moved on toward the parsonage will simply stop and Inquire at the house and then go to the hotel he said to himself When be knocked at the little parsonage Dorothy herself opened the door Tbls Is Mrs Wrkt I am Mr Wil son one of Mr Kirks classmates at Herman You remember met I Mon my way from Colorado and stopped off to him I only Just heard of the Illness of your baby I Come In Mr WlUon I know Mal com will want to see youlIbe ala andho entered with some reluctance to Intrude at such a time but her man ncr assured him thatbla presence was grateful to them Three years had made some changes In Dorothy She was very beautiful still and there was something more In the taco which Gods children always have after trial and suffering have purged the life within Wilson noted tn a glance the simple furnishings of the room the unmistakable sign of economyHe struck also with the pro found atmosphere of the first great trouble that had come Into this wo nuns home It was so positive that be felt unable to say anything commonplace by way of sympathy In the next room Malcom Kirk was inbisarmLand the upper chambers of th little forget rouse The ItIIpBtUlingI paradise that all of the redeemed shall It tau thline time he had bmkci down IM presence oDorothy some time enjoy When Malcom Kirk turned end icamei toward tbe door tandin1lslook of sulrerln which the strong homely marked features emphasized For three weeks he had hardly closed hla eyes no 4184 prayed his wife beside him every night on his knees by the little crib that their firstborn eon might be spared to them But tonight as the baby lay In his arms be knew that the loving Father had some unknown to them forsaking tohimself this bit of humanity that for a few months had made the little parsonage on the prairie the rery garden spot of aU the world to them Dorotbywltbout a word took the baby from her husband and be without a pordr Clasped his old classmates hand and the men stood there a mo ment praying Its you Oeorgor said Kirk It seems goodtoaee your face We Maleom Kirk pat down and burled blip taco In hl tgreat hands and sobbed It was the first time be had broken down in the p lenceot Dorothy The sight of his oldclassmate had revived his llcrmon m4eaoriea He saw again the old aatpaa Ma crept atye ass of ehlrllbttb IttIIMs pt 11 t ti- camIPURthis great trouble with him And he cried without attempt at concealment for his heart was sore at the coming loss of the baby out of a home where God himself had blessed the love or a man and wife ns rarely In human lives It has been spoke Finally Weve blessedII but the long continued hunt has been against his recovery Its hard to part with the little fellow See Malcom Kirk rose and took the baby again from his wife while Dorothy sat down near a table and laid her beautiful head on her arms but still she was without a tearuSee the little fellow smiles at mu still The baby opened his eyes looked up Into Malcom KJrUs gaunt agonized countenance and a faint light went over Us face- Malcom oh Malcom cried Doro thy I cant endure It was the first protest that had es caged her Like him the presence of this friend from the old loved place In the cast hall stirred her heart and nu7ullll1thoin sobs that rent her husbands heart even more than the babys sail smile Wilson choked as he rose to go and said Kirk may God bless and help you at this time I would stay and watch with you or help In any way No It will not be necessary The neighbors and church people have been very kind to us Xo one can do any went away to the hotel promising to come in the morning to Inquire and the night grew on for Malcom and Dorothy The doctor came In a few of the most Intimate church members al so but no one could do any more and Malcom Kirk held the baby with a tenderness that relieved Its suffering for they had not been able to place Its body In a restful position on a bed and it had grown used to its cradle of long strong arms It was toward morning when no one was In the room except Malcom and Dorothy that the baby died It seem ed to these two as they watched It go that their hearts broke and the world turned black and empty before them when the last breath was drown by that frail trembling body For a little while Malcom held him Then be laid the body down on a couch and kneel- Ing there with his arms about his wife he joined with her in a moment of unspeakable anguish for the death of their firstborn The sun came up dry and red the heat of another day began to your In to the little room and It seemed to the bereaved parents ns If the earth was a great dry burned out wilderness The neighbors called Wilson came and his presence and silent sympathy were a blessing to Malcom and Dorothy Out when later In the day the baby had been laid In the little coffin and placed In the center of the room with a bunch of white geraniums on Its breast brought In by the members of Dorothys primary Sunday school class Dorothy laid her head down on the table beside the casket and her grief was very very great Malcom stood beside her looking hungrily at his babys face and the people in the lit tie room quietly went out and left them alone for awhile Next day Wilson read the funeral service and prayed at the bouse and after the simple service a little com pany went with Malcom and Dorothy to the cemetery Just on the edge of the town and the baby was burled there and these children of the All Father went back to the little parsonage- It was a great blessing to them at this time that Wilson was with them He seeing bow they clung to his presence staid over Sunday and preached- tor Malcom It was during this stay that he learned something of what Malcom and Dorothy had been doing A short extract from a letter written by him to his wife In the east will show us something of the first three years of Malcom Kirk and his wifes attempt to make good their pledge to help redeem the lives of the people of ConradI tell you what a profound sense of sympathy I have felt for my old classmate and his wife during their great trouble but I am simply aston ished to find how great a work they have done In the three years they have been here This Is a place of about 2000 people It Is having n boom at the present time The agitation over the saloon Is increasing and I am told by Kirk and others that things are nearing a crisis and In nil likelihood the next legisla ture will pass a prohibitory amendment The liquor men laugh at this probability and scout the Idea that such a law can ever be passed There are ten saloons here In Conrad mind all up parently flourishing Among other things that the whisky element has at tempted during Kirks stay here has been to antagonize the business men In his church against Kirk with some success Kirks wife has been a great help to him I think I never knew a more happy union of workers In nil my life She has been the organist and the leader In Sunday school work and her social Influence lu the town Is very strong The church membership has grown from forty odd to over a hun dred and Kirk has managed to gain a hold on a large group of young men I think largely on account of their ad mtratlon for his unusual muscular de velopment I think It Is probably true from what I feel and hear that already the Influence of Kirk and his wife and their little church In this wild western town Is the strongest Influence that ever entered the place They are very much broken up by the loss of their baby It has been a tremendous disappointment to them I am very anx law far them as I think of what the ras r r rrr- r mo pay or a Homo Missionary out nero la small and for some reason Kirk baa not been able to make much with his writing I cannot help asking myself how the loss of their baby will affect their whole work here Mrs Kirk seems to be stunned by the blow I shall leave here Monday and my great est regret is that I cannot be of more help to my old classmate He Is at a aeaacceptsrthisdeathpmenns of his baby tfhls Is only a fragment of Wilsons letter but the number of times be re ferred to the death ot the baby ns marking a crisis in the lives of Malcom and Dorothy revealed the depth of the impression made upon his mind by the manner in which they were affected by their loss lie went away on the morning train and Malcom who had gone to tho sta tion to see him off came slowly back to tbo parsonage and went into tho lit tle room next the kitchen which he had fitted up for a study Dorothy was at work in the kitchen and Malcom sat down at his study ta ble and looked out of the window across the prairie It was unfortunate that from that window ho could sec the little cemetery in the distance Ho finally rose and drew the curtain clear down and went back to his desk He t The death of ttieflntborn took up his pen and dipped It in time ink and then sat there thinking think ing of his baby He recalled every little look its smile Its new habits added day by day His heart swelled at the thought of all that he had dreamed for his boys future Was God good Was It true this gospel of comfort he had been preaching these three years Why then was ho not comforted The baby had died Thurs day night Three days now and yet the world expected him to go on with his work write sermons make calls attend to the thousand little details that must be remembered or some one would notice and begin to complain How could ho take up the burden of life and carry tn How could be regain his old enthu siasm or help Dorothy Were they not both smitten to the dust by this heart loss He found himself saying all this and even half fearfully asking himself If Dorothy had not made n mistake to share her life with him What could he offer her What career was possible for them now in this lit tie place The ink had dried on his pen and be sat there holding It unable to write a word Dorothy had gone out to the well and when be missed her step In the kitchen and glanced out of the window to see her she was sitting on a bench he had built under the cotton wood In the yard the only tree on the place She had left her pall at the well nnd sat there looking off toward the little knoll which he had shut out of his sight when be drew down Lila curtainHe down with a groan and for a moment the world seemed utterly empty and useless to him Ho had sat there for a long time feeling all the while that his place was by his wifes aide to comfort her but hesitating for the first time since their marriage as to the right thing to do or say when a knock at the door roused him Ho knew some one must have knocked several times He went through the sitting room and opened the door A little old woman stood close up to the door and a farm wagon and horse were out In front of the fence You dont remember me Mr kirk said the little woman In a voice so thin and feeble that Malcom was stantly reminded of a call he had made In the spring on a family living on what was called The Forks eight miles from Conrad In a very desolate ravine between two ridges of land that formed almost the only bill country for miles around Yes I do be replied It is Mrs Barton isnt It The womans tate lighted up faintly Yes and Im in trouble great trouble Mr Kirk and I want you to belp- me Malcom stared at the shabby dusty wornout figure and Instantly It flash ed into him that she had probably not heard yet that his baby was dead Her next words told him that was the fact Ive come straight here from home My boy Mr Kirk have you seen him He left the farm Saturday with the double team and a load of hay I havent seen him since I know he is In some saloon drinking or drunk and the money for the hay all spent Ob Mr Kirk for Gods sake help me to find him and get him homo again For the love ot your own baby that you ex poet to grow up Into a good Christian man to comfort and bless you help me to get my boy out of this hell and save him for my heart Is broken when I think of how he was once as Innocent and happy as your own babyte ITO BK oorrmujnxl l fir irtiw itp 4 I fTHECITIZENBEREA KYAUGUST 81901 u r NEW WORKERS FOR BEREA It is our pleasure this week to in traduce to our readers four persons who because of the growth and de velopment of Berea College Lave been called ns workers to this field All como with highest recommenda bona mud will be valuable additions to society in Berea ag well as to the working force of the Institution Mr J U aritunaii who comes as AtMihtitut Irofessor of Natural Science and Latin is a graduate of State College at Lexington Ky where he received the degree of A B lie was for threw yens Principal of the t Normal Department in the Sue Ben nett Memorial School London Ky Mr Cnrunhuu is a native of Knox County Ky and is well known in Clay County where much of his life has been spent He is a fine specimen of mountuiubred manhoodand i within wife anti little son will be heartily welcomed among us i v I Mr Arland D Weeks A B who comes from Ithaca N Y to take the Acting Professorship of English Lit- eratureI was born in McLean N Y Mr Weeks is a graduate of Cornell University where he received his degree has had four years teach ing experience and was Principalof the High School at Cortland N Y and also at Lisle N Y Mr Weeks is married but has no children Mrs Mary Pasco Gould who was for several years Librarian of the Col lege having removed to Chicago it became necessary to fill her position and the College has been fortunnto in securing a competent successor to Mrs Gould Miss Florence Sebring Smith A B the new Librarian is a graduate of the University of Nebraska and has taken postgraduate work in the same institution for the degree of AI- Miss Smith is a native of Illinois is a teacher of recognized ability and Las had five years experience in library work Mr W C Gamble who is appoint ed as Secretary of the College is not altogether a stranger to Borealis because ve had the privilege of hearing him sing during the revival services lust winter when Rev A E Thom son was with us Mr Gamble is an lllinoian and graduated in the High School at Alexis Ill He has been successful an a business man and Jtwasconnected with the Moody School u for some time We regret that we are not able to present Mr Gambles picture this issue All these new workers are earnest I practical Christians and for years t have been active servants of that We bid them a hearty wel 1Musterj Berea with its advantages t and grand opportunities for fruitful service in the vineyard Send for TimE CITIZZN only 50 cents for 52 weeks I t Correspondence To Our Correspondents If possible please mail your letters to THE CITIZEN on Saturday but bo sure and not miss Mondays mailso we will be sure to get your news in time Nelson County llurdstown The best Teachers Institute ever hold in this county closed August 2 Prof F L Williams presided II C Tinsley a graduate of Berea in 1000 was at the institute and took part in the discussions Dr Watson Bordstowns new negro physician attended and addressed the audience Borea College received grateful recognition from several of the speakers Rockcastle County Dlsputnntrt Mr Green Parkey of Moore Creek Jackson Co is visiting relatives here Mr James Lambert of Conway attended church Macedonia Satur day July 27 Mr and Mrs J J Wren of Con way are here on a visit to their Mrs Rose Grant Mr and Mrs Green Hoskins of Berea visited Mr and Mrs Mason Anglin recently Mrs Maggie Laswell of Orlando is here on a visit to her parents 11 and Mrs G V Owens Mr Wesley Abnoy and Mr Sheard Overby of Brush Creek attended church at Macedonia Sunday- J S Abney who is a candidate before tho republican primary for jailor of Kockcastle Co has recently been oil Davis Branch Wo hope for his suceehsA CHANCE FOR YOU There is a good chance for strong andwilling young men to earn money for school expenses in Berea this Fall by work on the Farm and in the Brick Yard nudat other work These chances are only for such as will be here in the Fall Term beginning September 11 and the work must be engaged beforehand For particulars address W C GAMBLE Secretary Berea Ky Owsley County Eversole Rain is greatly needed in this vicinityOur are having considerable trouble with roguish cattle The Eversole postoffice has been moved from the home of W C Brandenburg to the home of Uncle John S Reynolds There was a very largo crowd In attendance at the funeral services of Daniel McKintosh who died of typhoid fever last fall Schools are progressing nicely the greater number of them being taught by Berea students Long live Berea College the good Samaritan of the SouthYour correspondent received from the hospitable people of Boonevillo nid to the amount of 342 for the suffering family of Jacob Gabbard of Gabbard Ky He that giveth to the poor lendeth to the Lord At the Republican Convention of the SUb Senatorial District held July 18 at Campton Wolf County Ky John W Coffee of Morgan County Ky was chosen to lead his party in the coming contest Mr Coffee is a lawyer of considerable ability and an excellent gentleman and we believo it is to the interest of every citizen to vote for him The number of students who will attend Berea in the fall is rapidly in creasing A handfull of glasses will not help your eyesight If you wear thorn all unless your vision has boon properly tested and the right lens fitted That Is just whore the skill of an optician comes to your aid If test your eyes you will bo 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 Leslie County Confluence Dry weather stillcontinues Almost every candidate in the county is billed to speak at Huffs store August Tho Sundayschool Beech Grove church is progressing rapidly Gco B Huff is superintendent There are more students in this county talkingthan going to Berea to enter over before Married nt the home of the bride in Perry County July 2G Mr Robert Wooton to Miss Dosha Campbell Hytlenheldof this part have begun their schools W G Ross one of our teachers was shot null instantly killed by another teacher Faris Feltnor durI- ng the Institute It used to the idea that the time to go to Berea was in tho Winter but now people are finding that time best time is in the Fall The Jelly- resulted examinations for teachers as follows at Hyden Certifi cates of the first class T JJ Miles John G Baker Adam W Huff Dr Redefine and Miss Lena Hastings Certificates of tho second class Johnny Muilcy Sidney Farmer Minnie Blair Susan Pace Ella Car Halt J B Brown Goo Brown F B Jones and Faris Feltner Certifi cates of the third class E LSlusher E M Feltner Chloe Slushier Luella Hoskins and Patty Chapplo Students who are on hand at tho opening of mho Fall Term have the best chance to get good banrding places nd chance to work ntrTrounlyprblvrrekl13perdA itralght bonaHJe itednlto slur nocom mlMion stair pall each Saturday sad rxpcnxi lilANlIAUDHOUSE 11i Repair That Loom I Homespun is coming into fashion again and our girls should keep up Collegeisbringeducation homesWe can pay for wellwoven linen linseyrl14 to 0 Patent dyes not accepted oldfashioned indigo preferred For information address JOSEPHINE A ROBINSOV Homespun Exchange Berea Ky THE HOMEH- OUSEKEEPERS CLUB The Housekeepers Club mot In regular session with Mrs Ramsey in tho chair Tho committee appointed to suggest a bill of faro that might be adopted by tho Club reported throe each of which gave tho dietary of one person for thirty days or four persons for one week The report divided each dietary in two parts the Constants or Life Rations and tho Variable or Work Ration The Constants suggest n Huiliciont quantity of cereals fat anti vegetable fowl to mnybenecessary working tpower or energy firstIare meat substitutes such as beans plaSlglII nndmilk In the thtird tl addition of cheese anti fish in made to tho constants The constants vary little in price from one season to another variables do vary much In price Beans and pets can bo sub stituted for the meats and greatly re duce tnHos while there no tion In the protoids DIETARY No CONrTASTS Lira VAHUMnil WORK 1U1IOKS IUTIONJ 22 Ibs flour 12 Ibs beef 3 oatmeal 5 mutton 3 cornmeal 4 bacon hominy 2 beef liver 2 butler I veal 2 suet I pork 10 potatoes 2 cabbage 2 carrots 2 onions 2 sugar Cost 1 person 30 days M5 wek 81 day 115 DIETARY No 2 Constants HUIIIO iu No1 VAHhs4El ea wu IUTIONI 10 Ibs beef IJdoz eggs 8 lbs bonus IB Ibs skimmed milk 2 lbs suet Cost person 30 days 328 week 70 day 109 DIETARY No 3 Constants same as iu No VARUKLU Ya W Raison 10 Ibs beef or mutton 2 II8ulL codfish G fresh fish 2 cheese 2 Ballpark 2 suot Cost person 30 days J3W5 II week 83 I day 119 Fruits added to each dietarywill give healthful and appetizing meals Each lady took a cop of tho re MondayAugustcussion We hope to have a large attendance at this doingforstudent boarders was discussed groatlya general desire that more might be done along this line In some homos one or more of the vesper hours was used on n service of Hong followed by n short prayer meetinHshaveMuch more can bo done along all grenterImprovement in action MRS I U PCTNAM Sec The CompanyWill 16000LWo solicit the accounts of corporations firms and In dividuals Courtesy promptness and llburallty extended Correspondence And personal interviews Invited J JI rt DIRECTORS r j A T FISH S E WELCH JR W F KIDD B R ROBINSON J L GAY A T FISH PresidentS JR Vice Irraidont W II POUTER Cashier No More Vermin and its Attending Evils Our Peerless Poultry and Animal will positively rid fowls andanimas of lice and germs of every kind It is worth many times its price Costs but little No trouble to use Lasts for years Big Inducements to Agents B CODDINQTON Co Berea Ky THE SCHOOL Kdltctl br J Wtllnsmoro Dean at tho Normal Department Ilcrca College The following communication WOK sont to TilE CITIZEN for publication by a recent visitor to Boron who look a trip on horseback iu the mountain regions of Jackson and Clay counties Tho writer has spout a long and use ful life ns a schoolmaster so wo put the article in the School Department hoping everybody will rend it learn the lessons it contains and put them into practical action GOOD ROADS One of time hopeful timings for the under development of Kentucky is the growing interest in the question of good roads Good roads mean better markets more profitable inter course between town and country more conveniences moro comforts more education and nu immense saving in cost of wagons harness and teatime Too much of tho labor and money expended on roads Is put iu only once or twice a year Tho roads are then loft to take care of themselves In Franco every public road is under tho daily care of men who hnvo a certain section assigned to them which they patrol each day and must keep in perfect repair They look after bridges and culverts fill up ruts mud remove loose ntones and fallen trees If anything beyond their power to repair Implens they call upon the proper authorities to help Iu a town Iu Illinois the village and tho county combine to keep nil roads leading into the tows iu good repair Tho town pays for tho urn torial and tho country ix plo Rid in hauling it When n town teamster goes for coal to a neighboring mine ho takes n load of gravel to help make or repair n rond When n countryman brings n load of produce to the town market he hauls back a load of gravel to improve his high way Take the Big Hill road into Berea The cast of the brokon wagons along that dillicult highway of time harness time needles strain upon the tennis which shortens tho lives of mules and horses tho loss of tho trip would much more than pay time wages of ono or more competent mon who should give their whole time to keeping tho roads in tho bout of repair Ruts and washouts would bo promptly filled loose stones and fallen tress would bo removed and ten times time money expended would 10 saved Tho dilliculty is to got men to unite iu helping to PRY this expense Every bodys business is nobodys Someone in whom tho people hnvo confi deuce must raise time money If every man who hauls a load over tho Big Hill would paynt the rate of five cents for n round trip the money could bo easily raised Tho trades people of Heron could afford to give liberally for this purpose for bettor roads would give them more custom Another thing should be looked after Many roads should Ixj ro located Thoy run over hills when they should follow tho low grounds Somebodys private wishes hnvo regarded iu placing them ratter than tho interests of tho public It takes years for some people to realize that it is no further around tho bail of a kettle when it lies on tho rim than everyhorsetraveling around the rim TO TilE DEAFA rich lady cured of hor Deafness and Noises in the Hood by Dr Nicholsons Artificial Ear Drums gave 25000 to his Insti tuto so that deaf people unable to procuro the Ear Drums may mare thorn froo Address No 1314 Tho Nicholson Institute 780 Eighth Avo nuo Now York I 20 02 THE FARM Edited br 8 C MINN IToleuior ol HocU culture acres College RELATION OF SALT TO DAIRYING Cows should bo salted regllJiiYtJ- or bettor still should have eon access to salt The practice of salting them onco n week Is not a good ono BH the most of cattle will lickjx lilllo salt every day if they can gt U Thus provided Ihoy will yield raoro nud hotter milk then otherwise and will also maintain n bettor degree of health As stilt provokes thirst tho milch animal should have ns free ac cess to water as to time saline minor nl or tho latter will do her more harm than good Speaking of snit lends mo to say that some failures in dairy butter making I have noted cnmo about by uniting tho cattle and the butter out of tho same barrel Iu other wonls coarse insoluble salt was used for time hitter when only the highest aud and most refined grade should bo em ployed Salt that Is not soluble will not permeuto the substance of butter evenly and thus rancidity may In duced Again grains of salt in butter al ways detract from its appearance and are inimical to oven flavor from those causes alone lowering its market value Lot me uny hero that there are today just as fino grades American dairy salt produced as conic from EnglandAmerican milch cattle retl on Amer ican grass produce butter salted with American salt that is tho poor of any ou earthen and Is so conceded in foreign markets In attaining this rvsult however ono must utilize the boat of everything thinking not poor or cheap material can bo introduced with impunity to future quality know a dairyman once who in a spasm of economy 1 sought to save fifty cents by purchasing a cheaper grade of salt than was his wont and Inter lost his shipment of butter loosing seven dollars It was one of the most effective lessons ho could have lw on taught in practical dairying exemplifying null did that chonp material always produces cheap quali ty When it cornea to cheoaemaking salt holds just as important a position as in other dairy lutes Iu that solu necessaryThostood to nil phases of dairying is n highly important one and because HUH fact is so little appreciated ae counts for so Dr Geo E Newell in St Louis Advocate Tho protracted drouth with its cone sequent losses has caused renewed interest in the subject of irrigntta and there is no doubt that HOUIU tunlioii will be given to the subject at Manybills 10slblonfllrlegislature next winter BUY THE NESEWING Do not bo ado vcrtliHj a f6000 SowIngMachlue for 2000 Thin of ninachlno cyan bo bought from uaornny of our dealers from 11600 1800 we MARC A VARIETY THE NEW HOME IS THE BEST Tho Feed determines tho strength ot wcnkmw of Double Feed combined with other itrong lntH make tho New HOMO lime bat Bowing Machine to buy IW dUOnwo JWlIluCacluro und prIed l fo repurchasing THE NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE OBANOl Mass CLllcaeuJILAUantAO1IIJoulO BEREA COLLEGEFounded Places the Best Education in Reach of All Over 30 Teachers 800 Students from 20 States Largest College Library in Kentucky NO SALOONS yoars1lotlolFor those tufflctcntly advanced to get a teachers certificate Applied Science Two years course with Agriculture for young O1llftT and Domestic Science for young ladies Normal Course Two years with practice teaching Academy CourseFour years fitting for College for business and College Course Literary Philosophical Classical for life Music Rood Organ Choral free Vocal Piano Theory We are hero to help all who will help themselves toward a Christian edu inoideutolCeetofor board in advance Expenses for terra 12 weeks may bo brought wilm12400 about 14 to be paid in advance The school is endorsed by Baptists Congregationalist Disciples Method ists Presbyterians and good people of all denominations For information and friendly advice address the Secretary- W O GAMBLE Berea Madison Co Ky