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Rev JOHN DODWELL fait pendent Weekly With Strung Staff ut Kdltur Devoted to the refiiomleiitl ManagerT HE CAnIn rests of Enltrtd at the 1oricfflct tiati at tnntl rerun 60 CENTS FARM A YEAR ft SCHOOL VAL iU A Family luper mmEI MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY rUST IF 1001 Fifty ants a year NO8 Iiooborn Prejudice Is wltut keeps tho other fell iv from liuliovlug ns wo do- xlG love you not hoomitte you uro clover not because you nru good hillI becmiM Ho Is your lrathurJlnrk- Guy Ponrso The difference between n good nnd poor speaker is the ono hUll somo t thing to nay but tho other has to say something Take Notice Lens that four weeks and tho Fall Terra will open If you need rooms or board for tho Fall Term you had beet attend to the matter now A breakdown lu the engine U re gponeibla for the appearance of Till CITIZEN this week If our farmer subscribers will read To Escape the Ills of Drouth in this weeks Farm colum and put the ideas in practice it will them a thousand times the price pai for R years subscription to TilE CITIZEN PROM THE WIDE WORLD A special dispatch from Rottordam Holland say the mental condition of Mr KrugerUHroueiiig very serious npprnhension The third Ecumenical Conference of M thodimn will ho held in City Road Chapel London September f 17 About 200 delegate will go from the United States nod Canada The German olice are said to have diMivered an anarchM plot to asm nato King Kdward VII of Eng land on bIN arrival to attend tin fit eal of WH sitter the Emprewt D wager of Germany Tin crow lTii thu of till Kntmli DIY hex I14 launched TillI it MX font in length and cf UlflO toon disptoeiinmt Tli- eryusI e RNI HOOOH htrriw power Ill HI will prmlw a ejwud ol 9Y knots IN SUB OWN COUNTRY Itt b irg Pen to to n system of ur5te1Iroads in the near futur- I S Mnmhul Wilson of Porto Hilt says Porto Woo has a t future HIK wilt vet bo thw pride Awnen1 Walter DlHimlck forme chief clerk of the U S mint at Sun Fran cnt i4 udder arrest charged wit complicity in the recent robbery t the mint Gov Stanley of Knnxan wired th ftheriir of LoHvmiworth to top n pro poMMlpiiz light in that city or would IH proceed against f0 failure to do his duty There In u split in the ranks of the Amalgamated Association awl tho cldrr sud worn conservative element hns iHgtin negotiations for n settle meiit of the steelstriko BurgliuH entered tho otlico ol Internal Revenue Collector Wilsonr nt Dayton Ohio Saturday night nnd drilled six largo holes iu the big iron door of the vault hilt could not open it Jack Winter inspected ns one of the gang who stole 2feO0X worth bullion from the Selley enteltin works near San Francisco linn con feed to tho robbery acct restored flSOCXX of tho plunderC- OMMONWEALTH OP KENTUCKY The IHJth Annual Convention of tho Kentucky Sundayschool Asso ciatiou will bo hold in Danville August 20 to 22 Tho city council of Lancaster has been considering an ordinance to prohibit tho sale of cocaine and mor phine unless upon tho prescription of a regular physician Ella Rouse of Butler Ky has sued tho LnngdonCreasy Grocery l Co of Cincinnati for SfiOOO damages for burns sustained from a gasoline t lamp purchased of tho Grocery Co Jumus Bollu of Owsloy County penitontiari f sion last week Uolin has nervec seventeen years of a life sentence fa murder Recently auctioneer Crab of luy lorsville stood on tho steps of the court house of Spencer County and sold Sy Lewis a negro who hud been convicted of vagrancy at the lute session of tho Circuit Court Lewis wax knocked down to Arch Hayo u young fneater for the mm of two dollars LOCAL AND PERSONAL Frwh bread at Uickutll t Earlvn Mrs Will Joe Log don ditlllit West Union August Trewmror Osborno will make n trip to northern Michigan coon 31 rs n Coddington has rettirmil front a vikit to relatives in Indiana Profs Marsh and Carnohan art lit- SIIIerljvllle attending tho Institute Born to Mr and Mis Robert Triiett on August 7 a boy Alex PearlMre Will Woods of Ft Ritner Ind is visiting her father Mr J C Coyle Mr and Mm Robert Chrisman of Iuuola are visiting at Mr J C Coylea The Richmond Band will furnish munio for tho Berea Fair August 10 and 17 Mrs WraAzbill of Clover Bottom has been brought to Berea for medical treatment carryingdHats and Caps E T1Vaehburn and sister Martha are visiting their home at Brookville Bracken County Rev J11 Stafford of Louisville Ky preached at Slate Lick Sunday A large crowd attended C M Rawllngs was in Livingston and Ml Vernon the first of the week on telephone business M J Anderson has been apKintfd local maiiHger of tho Singer Sowing Machine Co Richmond Mts Lizzie Hughoy of Greenville Ohio eeriest Monday tar n visit to her sinter Mrs George Shocklof William Gabbard of Rerun and Misi Midy Grant of Wallucoton wero married hero last Thursday Irof Marsh IIIIH routed the Auf property on Choatiiiit Awums nud- will take pOHMimion alwut Sept t S MiB Chas Coylo loft ytMtonlny foi Nofburao Mo where she will pit her hiihbitud who ia iu busmesa there Miss horn Jones of Uorw is y1t- ing hor Htetur Mrs Welsh at Prince ton luiU and will nunain tN some Hmae Ernest Wells who attendedaches l lore last year arrived Tuiwday lit coiningoYUlirIrg1Ohio RoberthwtTho Httendauco at tho coluietl InrgIIattendance at white school ih fairly goal The premiums offered to thtlex- r hibilors at thn Fair to bo held hero Friday and Saturday Htnouiit to Upwurd ofSr 00 IS C Gamble of the MiKxlvY School in Chicago who has bvt uA CoIIIYurrillllstW F Garrett and wifof inI chestlrtecru gutsin of Mr nnd last wluk Mix Garrett is u suitor of E T Fish lihses Pnrtridgo unit ScliumaktT tenahciH in th Model Schools of the College lute arrived unit will leave shortly for a trip iu Perry County Dalton Kinmml the blacksmith departmentBwent of Taylor clhuuf of Hwkcl1ttll IIturjHnzllwoTerrill of Richmond wore called ti Berea on account of tho serious illness of Mrs TruotU Sire Lillar Watkins wife of L A FridayAugustBurial at Wullacoton Chapel Fun oral services preached by Rev HJDerthick Age 1U years anti 11 months v Prof L V Dodge started north of Monday morning for an outing o two or three weeks expecting to visit friends in Ohio take in Pun American Exposition attend u family reunion and solemnize tho marring of n favorite nt ico StudeutH who want to earn money to apply on College expense or parents who want employment BO they can help their children throi gh school trill tlo well iu apply to Dlr Sarah L Hung at Ladies Hall or to Supt C A King ut his ollice WoIRbri muiiiru iiiuuiviiiici IIL ji ci Cruel Bridge near Berea lust year wax mndo brighter by tho birth of a daughter on this 7th inst Mrs Welsh and baby are getting along well Tho doctor and family are now pleasantly located nt Princeton hid where he in pastor of till Knimow Cumberland 1resliyterinn Church Tutu is meeting with the very best success Repair That Loom I Homespun coming into fashion igaiu anti our girls should keep up the art of spinning Berea College finding a market for the products of fireside Industry which may bring jducation arid comfort to ninny home We can pay for well woven lIon 40 cents a yard jeans tiO cent linsey ro cents wellmatched bed corerlet 14 to So Patent dyes not accepted old fashioned indigo preferred For information address JOSEPHINE A ROBINSON Homespun Exchange Benn Ky FOR SALE Two Fine- Kitchen Cabinets 12 EACH At COLLEGE SHOP TO THE DEAR A rich lady sided of b r Dwifues rind Nobeii hi this lId by Dr NHmlHona Artifiiwl Kai Drums gore iXX to his lunti ml MI that dtmt tOplll nimbi lu pta nr till Ear DPIIHH umy hnre IHMII Tff Aildrwi No ISM Th 1holMteu Iit Tr II lsghrts Ite lit Xtt Puri i m 1Il SJocata IrOR Book e e Business PHONOGRAPHY TypeWrltlng IlliTelegraphy Aildmt WILBUR R SMITH 1ForLEXINCTON KY clrcnUr of hli firaom nd mroilbU UNIVERSITYi nrlllnnrebtorrullrMSDortbaadTpp6 au serb Kfotgtkr Cnl tt ltx under lesi LllmryCourafrItdedrdNoretlo onlyWILBUR FrYp 0 IU O THE TESTING OP E n a jou call tIIi1 It n elIit yuv UU d in V li ItIrut a 7De delv hii bl l Ui tle eye Cat melernuel This cut represents Rcfraoto meter mi instrument I use to deter mine what may be ueedinl to assist your vision if you urn needing such helpThe HfmclolIIltcr Hhows any latent or hidden defects of the eye andre cords precisely the sauna prescription the oculist would prescrilw after using opticians are not sure that they know what a latent defect is I will therefore state that a latent de feet in a defect concealed by the Muscles of the eyo For example the eye may be far sighted or it stay IHJ nearsighted or one meridian of the eye way bo far sightetl anti the other meridian nearsighted this is aid of the Hefrnctomcter Illll1 prescrilx just such lenses as you slay used to correct any defect of one or both of your oyeo nud PO rid you of headaches and eye troubles you have been puzzled to account for mid which your family physician has not beoii able to cnic as well as to fiHbIo you to uw your eyes fur read lug sewing or any other work it may It uecttscary to use them for My oflW is In the Welch Block I will thoroughly examine your eyes Abtr for you HS low as is confident willi ooiiscientiouH work unit first class louses and the quality of frame sll desire Satisfaction always guaranteed T A Welch BlocK Berea Ky WASTIWItJI rvllalilv prua mvvwj n unlr to n IIIIIIr e oinwiijr of nll lI rial ttff oiralxtii bimufl ilvflnltv iwliirjr no Win mIn mUi M Idi11eh sutunU4 and eauea moiwy wlvm il mh wr k HTANDAHU HutSK ell 1w ue run w Irvine St Ky A full line of Stale Groceries carried at all times Mail rind Phone Order receive prompt fl SUPERIDlSCtiA RROWI 7Tft ESj iH1tt atrophineSome aetlgntatismIVith youI ROBINSON OPTICIAN JEWELER 1IallkkJ KELLOGG WITHENBURY Wsiolesale Grocers Richmond shipment IDc n Ii Qltt WOULDNT That JAR YOU Our Display of SelfSealing Fruit Jars Stone I or Glass and Jelly Glasses L Lowest PricesI icfrffciu5L I or av 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 mU Un And youll find in our store the largest and most uptodate lines of Neckwear Shirts Suspenders Belts Gloves Hos iery Hats Shoes and everything elseIneedful to clothe a man in best style from head to foot Priced so you will come hack again COVINGTON BANKS Richmond Ky Fine Stock of Ladies and Mens Trunks Bags Suit Cases etc T C LOWRY ATTORNEYATLAWRichmond BUILDINGMAIN STREET Collections andRea r Estate a SoecUlh EaB McCOV Dentist Berea Kentucky C I OGG Firstclass Photography Center Strut Brrta Ky MEAT MARKET have reopened the Meat Market on Main Street Fresh Meats Dressed Poultry and Vegetables in Season M B RAMSEY Berea Ky Three Years in Richmond And out of all the sets of teeth that have been made at my office if there is one set or any sets that show any defects I will make new set free We are making the best set of teeth in the world for S750 and if defects show in Ive years we give you n new set free This applie to all the tooth I have made or am going to make the best alloy fills iu the world at 75 cents DR HOBSON Dentist Permanently located in tho Hobson Building next door to Government Building Richmond 1ientucky tReference Richmond National Bank Special Price to Students INVEST WITH The Ideal Realty Guarantee Co 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 IL SMOOT MgrJCapital Stock 10000 ICYQFINE FURNITURE SALE I I buyWeHardwood Oak and Mahogany Bedroom Suiton Iron Boos and Couches at special bargain prices during tho mouth Everything in the Furniture Line Great Sale on Carpets and Rugs tot Cash Wo iuvito all our Boron Friends and all Citizen subscribers to call old inspect boforo making purchases UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY NdghtPPhone6ti JO Sr JOPLIN Richmond Ky A GREAT DISTRIBUTION A Distribution of BARGAINS is going on from day to day in onr Store In f Ladles Mlssss and Childrens Shoes and Slippers Hens Ylcl Yalloar and Box Calf Shoes and Oxfords Boys and Youths Shoes 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 Washable Ties are the nevest and most varied line of this class of goods on the market In this Distribution Everything Goes If you find Prices Lower than Ours you may be sure the Quality of goods is inferior to that we are offering DOUGLAS CRUTCHER 207 W Main St Richmond KytSubscribe for THE CITIZEN FALL IS THE TIME TO STUDY FALL TERM BEGINS SEPTEMBER II 12 2THECITIZEN BEREA KYAUGUST 15 1901 Madison County Tho Producers Gas and Refining Compauy Richmond Ky flied cer tificates of incorporation Inst week in Dover Dol Capital Stock SfiOOOOO Prof J T Akers for fifteen years professor of English and Moduru LaugUbgcs in Central UnivBrcity Richmond died Suturdiiy night of Uri hls disease Simeon Wohl representing Nelson WatkiuH tt Co Chicago purchased of Madison kuuty farmers last week 100 eorn fed export cattle average weight 1100 Ihs at fi cents Tim Lakes of Jackson County who was arrested on a charge of steal ing a copper worm from Creekmores distillery was tried in the county court and the cabo was dismissed A resolution was introduced at the recent meeting of the Madison County Teachers Institute to change the present system governing the com mon schools of Kentucky The plan is to substitute for the present system a bond for each magisterial dis trict whose duty shall be to examine applicants to teach make recommen dations purchase school supplies etc the several boards to form a con trolling board the county superin tendent president exollicio this board to employ teachers from those recommended and to have general supervision of all schools in the the county A meeting of teachers will be held in Richmond some time in October to take definite action in the matter and probably appoint a committee to go to Frankfort this winter and makA an effort to secure the desired legislation on the subject If the plan becomes law the number of trustees for Madison County would be only twentyfive instead of as at present nearly three hundred The object of the above plan is to provide against the notorious abuses possible under the present system Good Farm For Sale Situated 2 miles from Berca near Richmond Pike containing 130 acres about 60 acres in culti vation The place is well watered by Joes Lick Creek a goodwell of soft water and two never failing springs One of the springs is im pregnated with sulphur There is comfortable 5room house a good cellar twostory smoke house and good new barn on the place also a good young orchard in bearing For price and terms apply to JEROME B TERRILL Berea Ky THE MARKETS U NORMAN i CO USUKNATI Alll 11 CATTLE Common 300 Butchers 500 Shippers 200I 525 CALVES Choice 600 1400HooSCoUllUon LAMBS Good to choice 425 II 635 Common to fair275 400 WHEATNO 2 Red 7- 1CoalSo 2 mixed 6t- OATSNos 38 tj 40 RYENO 2 FLOCB 6i Winter patent 345 r 885 fanc300 ft 330 Family225 260 MILL FEED 1700 1850 HAT No 1 Timothy 1225 1250 Xu2 l1001150 No 1 Clover1000 to 1050 No 2 800 g 900 POCLTRT Springers per Ib 10 10J Fryers 10 11 Heavy hens 7 Light hens 8 Roosters 4 Turkey hens 5 Toms 6 Ducks 6 Eoos Fresh near by 12 Goose HIDES Wet salted 7 8 No dry salt 10 n Bull 5jl 61 Lamb skins 4U 60 TALLowPrime city F 6 Country 11 tr 4 WOOL U medium combing tfi 17 Washed long 21 I 22 Tub washed 22 I 25 FEATHERS Geese new nearly white 42 gray to average 84 40 Duck colored to white 28 Ji5 Chicken white uc quills 15 Turkey body dry 12 g 15 By 1906 France will have a fleet of 68 submarine boats Subscribe for Tim Cmziw only 50 cents a year Correspondence Jackson County Kirby Knob The much needed rain has come Lust weeks news missed Mondays mailAll the Sundayschools are growing rapidlyMr Luusford is at Clover Bottom suiting organs Miss Maggie Reynolds is visiting relatives here Prof Todd passed through here last week returning to Berea Saturday and Sunday were Kirby Knobs monthly meeting days Mrs Granville Hayes and oneyear old baby Eloise are recovering Levi Kimberlaiu was in Berea last Saturday and left his subscription for TUE CITIZEN Breathitt County Athol Corn crops in this section are fairly good considering the recent drouth- P P Reynolds and Jas Madison Combs of Berea arrived here on the 5th mid expect to remain in this sec tion for some time Dr E 0 Guerrant of Wilmore has built a dwelling house near this place and is soon to begin a school in the Presbyterian church near the railroad bridge The increased interest in schools which is manifest here is one of the most hopeful signs for the surround ing region S P Lees College located at Jackson opens the first of September Prof H H Harris is conducting a largo school of young people at Mone- caMadison County Pcytniitown The rain was welcome here Albert White has come home from Cincinnati sick Chas Miller Jr was visiting re latives in Lancaster Sunday Sanford Boone of Cincinnati is visiting Chas Burnam Jr Mrs Sue Finuell was the guest of Mrs Ed Mason last Sunday Mrs Jane Cigar of Mill Grove was visiting relatives here last Sunday The picnic last Saturday and the supper at night were a grand success Rev Vm Munday was in Clark county last Sunday so did not fill his regular appointment here The delegates from here to the Sundayschool Convention at Rich mood made a very encouraging report of the work at large The next annual meeting will bo with the Green Hill Sundayschool Beattj ville Rockcastle County Jtocklord J W Todd has a new lot of goods Miss Siss Gadd has returned to Elliston Ky Will Linville attended church at Fairview Sunday Bert Coddiugton attended Sunday school at this place Sunday Joe M Buliiu has been visiting his sister in Pulaski County Miss Daisy Coddingtou of Berea is visiting relatives at this place W R Stephens and wife visited T C Fairs and daughter Sunday Mr Will Lusk of Berea called on Miss Bavles at this place Sunday Jim Guinn has moved to his home lately put up on Tom Guinus farm Your correspondent has been unable to make a report for some timeMrs Addie Burnett is visiting her mother Mrs R D Cook at this placeMrs Jas Dalton has returned home after a few days visit with relatives at this place We have been having some splen did rains lately and the farmers say they have spoiled a great deal of small corn Miss Dora Valrs ia suffering from some very painful bruises together with a badly sprained wrist on acv count of the runaway on Center St Berea last Friday A Chance for You There is a good chance for strong and willing young teen to earn mon ey for school expenses in Berea this Fall by work on the Farm and in the Brick Yurdand at other work These chances are only for such as will be here in the Fall Term beginning September 11and the work must be engaged beforehand For particulars address W C GAMBLE Secretary Borea Ky Rockcastle County Hickory Grove Our Sundayschool is doing well Crops in this part will not yield half a crop T T Simmon was in Mt Vornon Saturday nil school business MreJ R Martin went to Hrod head last Saturday shopping Wheat threshing in over and it tuned out about ouothird 61 a crop The school at this place is doing well under the direction of T T Sim monsThe long drouth has been broken in this district but the water supply is yet limited B A Riddle sold ten head of sheep to Messrs McCormick C Tutors at 230 a head Miss Ida Parkerson and Miss Nannie Hysiugor of this district are succeeding admirably with their schoolsMiss Mary Hysingor has been in poor health for several weeks Her friends are hopeful that she will soon be well Rev L W Simmons of Inverness Fla was married last week to Miss Margaret E Walker of Pennsylvania Mr Simmons is a missionary and Miss Walker is a very prominent business lady We wish theta much happiness Tle steam mill of John Burton near Caney Morgan County exploded last Thursday killing John A Wells and a Mr Burgess A handful of glassos will not help your eyesight If you wear them all unless your vision has boon properly tested and the right lens fitted That Is Just whore tho skill of an optician omos to your aid If tost your eyes you will bo sure of getting tho right glass es and will have ploasure and satisfaction In wearing them EXAMINATION FREE T A ROBINSON Welch Block Berea Ky BUY THE N IGI E SEWING MACHINE Do not bo deceived by those who ad vertise n 6000 Sowing Machine fur 2000 Tills kind of a machine cmt be bought from us oratmv ofour dealers from 1500 toe1800 WC MASC A VARIETY THE NEW HOME IS THE BEST The Feral determines tho strength or weakmwH of Sewing M Double Peed combined with other strong joints nmkw tho Xcw Home the oct Sewing Machine to buy Wnte ror CIRCULARS showing frrnt Maehlne- we Atynt the air Hewing rnanufactttreand prtc before purctuuiluii THE NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE 60- OftANOC MASS H Union 8q N Y Chicago III Atlanta Oa- it LouUJIo DiilU TcxBan Kranclioo Ca FOR SALE BY SISCO CO Nicbolasville Ky ITHE HOME GOOD THINGS SOFT GtNdEniiKEAD One cupfulof butter one cupful of sugar two cup fuls of molasses one cupful of milk four eggs one teaspoon fill of soda Spice to ttiste tlour to make the con sistency of pouUl1cclkl hatter and hake quickly iu jmiis MOLASSES IIEFour eggs beaten sul urateltut teacupful uf brown sugar two table poolllul of butter half a nutmeg one anti onehalf cup fuls of molasses lieat the butter sad sugar well together then the whites of the eggs leaving out KOIIIO for a meringue on top if desired Bake quickly iu a rich crust DRIED Arrtc AND MOLASSES CAKE One piut of dried apples ciu fine with the peeling ofan orange or lemon oneIcupfulsugar until tender Make the batter of oue quart of flour four eggs three cupfuls of sugar oue cupful of butter ono cupful of milk two spoonfuls of baking powder season with half a nutmeg one teaspoonful of tuace lone half teaspoonful of cloves To make it still more like fruit cake use some cherries or currants with the apples Bake as you do fruit cake hut not quite so long MOLASSES CARLS WITHOUT Ions One pint of molasses onehalf pint of lardonohalfcuprul of brown sugar onehalf tablespoonful ginger one tablespoonful of soda and one quart of flour Bake quickly MOLASSES CAXDT Two cupfuls molasses one cupful of brown ofI butter the size ofan egg anti tablespoonful of vinegar Boil when done std one tablespoonful of sale ratus walnuts also can ho added GiMJEuCooRiES On teacupful of molasses one teacupful of butler nii half cupful of brown sugar oiiflmli cupful of water one tablelooufullfg- inger anti ono tahlepounfulof soda Flour enough to roll thin take quickly ABOUT SALT Salt puts out a fire In the chlmuoy Salt in solution Inhaled cures cold iu the head Salt in vatet is the Iwst thing to riO willowware and matting Salt thrown ron soot which hiss fallen ou the carpet trill prevent stain Salt on the fingers when cleaning fowls neat or fish will prevent slip pingSalt in the oven under baking tins will prevent their scorchIng on the bottomSalt put ou inkwiren frothly spilled on tin carpet will help in rev moving the spot Salt thrown ou a coal tire when broiling steak will prevent blazing from dripping fat Guaranteed Salary Yearly 1tl1 ant rewu 01 uul Addt to ft Iullim mme truvrl Hi ilntlii8 egret r lard work hniklUK ettrr our lnlrv i t 11- 1111IIIInl1 jrrlr SlnA rolRlRlou au uInlnol1d wlvitiiiwintnt olil uuabIIlt u nn for einitot or vroBmn NCIIW plul aot iHrmitiinit xwlllun and IHwr ul lunimr Sw brilliant Iliien Wrllr at once TUUnu i IIi 5 43 Uliurrh M ear llnr n Conu Huu The Berea Banking Company Will begin business Sept 3 1901 Capital ffilSOOO We solicit the accounts of corporations firms and Individuals Courtesy promptness and llborallty extended J COt1 nine ncf personat interviews invited 0 K e DIRECTORS i J A T FISH K E WELCH JR W P K1DD B R 110 INSON J L GAY AT FISH Presides S E iLCH JH PresidentW Cashier No More Vermin and its Attending Evils 9001 Our Peerless Poultry and Animal tor will positively rid fowls and animas 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 COD DINQTON Co Berea Ky THE SCHOOL IMIII li J WlHnsmore UnU of the Nor mA Deixtmmmt norm tours IIOn the station platform two men stood waiting for their train Another man with a pick until shovel on his shoulder was passing oc his way to work Ho was not more than fifty or fifty five years old but his gait wits still and labored aud there was a pronounced stoop in tho figure His overalls once brown were linte- bleached anti faded to a soft old rose and bagced dejectedly at the knees TIm face under the weather beaten cup was stolid and An he slumped along in his lilltlllII boots he apparently most persistent and most pathetic figure which uicdituval Europe called the serf and more modern Europe lulls the peasant and the census enumerator sets down as unskilled labor As ho crossed the track the elder of the two mon ou the platform pointer him out to his couipauiou 8choolmatellIlIuto vn a better tion for himself in lift Whatri tho matter with him t Does ho drink asked the younger man No nothing of that kind has hindered him When he was about fifteen years old hWltlt uttereda dol lar a day to dig a cellar This seem ad large wages to him and he left school and took the job Ho was proud of his size and strength aud this olrer made him feel so independ ent that he rather looked down on the rest of the buys Ho never went back to school lie found work to do which requirid no technical skill only muscle used under an overseers direction stud he kept at it I re tnembor Judge Maine onto of the school committee met Tomhis name is Tom Mahau nail nintl to aim My boy yuu nro making a mistake mud doing a foolish tIling If you must work why dont Trim learn a trade Id have to give my tunic three or four years fur nothing What would Ik thin use of that t Ialii strong a man and Im getting a mans wd i now niiid Tom IStrollgtICRil1 tile Judge Are you 1M strong as one of my horses t Tlior work for their keep limit have to pay the man which drives thom thirty dollars a mouth hcmdi a hm keep and the man who shoes thwm gets threw dollars a day If Htn ngth counts for so much I wonder IIII- horses dont strike and look for a job laying brick or carpentering But Tom thought the judge was only jok ing with him He couldnt see why he should give his timo to learn a trade or sonic profitable hlliIlIfoH anti work for nothing as ho said when ho couldwork for wages rtuIIiO he went his own way Thero are thfiu audn likn him said the other man Thoy never learn to do any qxflal kind of bush ness and never seem to reiilizo that the reason the trained blacksmith or the skilled carpenter or the Hrtlesiuan gets higher wages thin they do is because ho has given time to learning to use his head as well as his feet and hands If boys would only keep the important fact in mind that muscle mere physical strcnftbill always one of this cheapest things in the labor market and that far as price is concerned it matters little whether man furnishes it or a horse there would bo fewer men to he classed as unbilled Youths Companion lahorI Tlmcal blo rcllibla person Iu every county to represent Urge company of tollil flnin cut npnUllon t M salary ir year payiblo weekly t3 er tiny atxolutely lure end all ripen acr ttralfcht Ixmaflile ileflnllo uttry no com nluloni salary pAid each Saturday and expense money advanced each week STANDARD HOUSE DKIXIIOIIM ST CIIICAOO THE FARM n fn 8 C JIAOaptofeor ul lloifi culture Here College ESCAPE THE ILLS OF DROUTH This is a year sullen every fanner in willing to listen to suggestions for avoiding tho evil effect of long dry weather That this can bo done to a large extent is not nt questionable It lilts been shown in tunny parts of thin country nod on runny different crops and while no crop will stand tile hot winds that sometimes blow or a drouth that lasts indefinitely it in certainly true that many a crop has been turide to tide over weeks of dry ness and bo in good shupo to receive rain when it came and make a good crop To accomplish this will often worth a great deal mind make a year of profit when otherwise it would have been one of loss We have read recently of the obser vations of a gentleman in Kansas who on driving out into the country stud seeing on all sides the parched Held wax surprised to venue across two fields of corn both of whichever green anti nourishing and instead of twisting and burning under tho heat seemed to he ranking extraordinary growth It wax such an extraordl unry comparison that he took the trouble to liud out what could bo the carts of the difference He learn ed that the better couditilion of the crop was due to two causes first the fact that the soil WHS full of humus vegetab poll plowed under the year before mud mvond that it had been kept nstaull stirred on time Hllrface These are nuts ruonu uol elly fRrl11eflllftllli experience canto a few yents ago uudur the observation of nut writer of this In order to get a hull ciunt amount of humus into thus soil of field that was to be put into tobnceo rye wan sown thickly 11 the fall awl when shout two feet high tufts plowed under in the vpnug sad the Irtinl pUnted in tobacco TIll glum rye OOH rottod and ream m oorporatod into the noel stud kept it light and porous nil summtr It proved to bo a very dry mwson but at no time did the tohneuo ou the rye Hirt of tho ItId MI Tor situ tuuihturo could always bo reached a few inches Mow this surface No doubt a great many finmorn have lend the opporluu ity to observe the elllcaey of these two things for resisting drouth anti no unit can doubt the reality uf it mitlIeveryone ought to do Ink best to pro vide the conditions that will make it 11Ijtlbll dud particularly in this true in visa of the stet that to put humus into tilt soil i + in line with the very best funning even when the seasons are at their will Its a not able fact that the mechanical coudi lion of the soil Is just as important to till best success with crops an abundance of plant food When tho soil been all washed off front a piece of laud no amount of either barnyard manure or chemical fertili zer will the first year make a good crop It will require time fur the vegetable matter to bo thoroughly incorporated into the soil and change its texture before it can become adapted to the tieeds of the plants however much plant food there may be in it But when after one semen thin vegetable matter has become hu urns the soil is in its boat condition to supply the demand of growing plants for food and to retain moisture To so great an extent in this true that wo believe that fair crops can ho made under the same 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