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Rev JOHN DODVVEU An Independeat Weekly With Mining NUIT of Ktlltoni Devoted to tho Kntrrtit nl llu InutvJJltt rIuIIIII at Bern MonoKcrT HE CITIZEN THE HOME Interests FARM of SCHOOL etna wattmallrr 60 CENTS A YEAR II = VOL III A Family lnMir DEUBA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY AUGUST 22 1901 Fifty cents a year NOUIIDEAS Mon ilo not know how rant rovomioocnnomy iROierro Yosf nnil No nro till most iin IHirtaut words in our language A good hook is the precious lICit blood of a master Hpirit Milton Commit thy way unto the Lord trust nlHO in Him and Ilo shall bring- it tO PUNS lMIl7ri Take Notice Special attention called to till urticlu in till Homo column this week 1riwUlont Frost will proach at Mnllory Springs Sundny September 1st livo him n good congregation- Tho Farm articlo for thifl issuo written by a man who wan M jours n profHHor in Michigan Agricultural Collogo IH yi arfl President of Kansas Stato Agricultural Collogo and in 1W57 Pnsidonl of till Ainnri nui Association of Agricultural Col h go and KiM riinont SttttionRUr GT FainMid Tho article worth prowrviiig for your IxiyH and girls to rvudan nrtlclo by which to slmpo thuir futuro plaim A CHANCE FOR YOU- There is n go xl chanro for strong Glut willing young inun to am moo- ny for school XMIIM In Bert this Full by work on tho Farm and In tho Brick Yard nllliIII othor work Tinno clianci aro only for Hiich as will horn in till Fill Turin Ugin ning Siptomlxir 11nut tlm work miiHt Ixi piigagiMl iHiforohnml For particulars addn s W C iniRStxritary Huron Ky FROM THE WIDE WORLD Tlio annual importation of malting unto tho U S from China in KOlK 000 yards Tim dome of St Pauls Cathwlnd London badly cracked and tho damage in tmrioun- Tho Cliincho Court hat postponed the rntiirn to Poking until Suptinnhor C on account of bad roods Tho Fitncli Oornrnmi nt him a war ship on till Atlantic Hido of tho IMh mun of Panama nerd Uiriiwuy line ordered wanhim thereI- N OUR OWN COUNTRY Lnnt year tho Unit4 l Slati product 721117 kegs of stool nails Much ilamago was Bono on the Gulf of Mnxlco by a htorm Into last week The wind blow nubs an I hOllrIIOIIIOtlkcl1l sin to Imo a clutnco I in Montana Theo million aorrs of Hlnto lands pro to to sold nt public auction Continuous rains hero mused great destruction of property in Aiizona HojwrlH say tho northern portions of Arixjna havo Itll praclically itndnr wator for n month Tho Patent Olficc of tho United Stilts Ima lx on in oxlHtonco ono hun Ilrmll1l11loloon years A complete history of tho ollico is authorized by tho government Two Amoricnn ships will go to Panama ono for each sido of tho isth nine to protect American and friond ly interest thorn Thin gunlxinl Machias sailod August 15 COMMONWEALTH OP KENTUCKY Tho State Klcc iou Commission will moot in Frankfort noxt Monday An old oil well on Trammel Crook Allun County has Htnrtod afrosh and produces 25 barroU a tiny On taRt Friday morning a bright i girl baby camo to nwido in the Kxo- culivo Mansion at Frankfort j Gen Itobt J Brockinridgo will hon candidate for the Democratic nomi nation for governor ill HKI The Garrard Circuit Court conven lIlut Lancaster Monday morning The docket is n henry ono and tho mission will continuo two wooks Tho steamer Golcondn bound for Paducah was capsiml in n storm on Cottonwood Point I miles Moro Pa- ducah Monday night Sho carried 75 pnsNongors lei of whom worn lost Last Friday Judge linrkxr do nounctxl tho Scottish Security Co of Louisville all n lottory pun and simple and said ho would iimtruct tho Septombor Grand Jury to indict tho olllcora of all such companies Donations to the College Farm Tho Farm Department of tho Col lego received last week from B F Avery t Sons of Louisville tho gift of ono of their now have horso line plows ThoHn plows mull finely ndnptod to turning stubblo laud and especially to turning iindnr heavy growths of wmxls or trash As soon an tho ground dries n little this plow tuny l o At work on tho fiord south of Ladies Hall whom n heavy growth of row Poas is to bo plowed undor for green maiiuru This gonorous gift was soured through tho efforts of thin agents MiHHrH nil knon t Early of Boron who ought to find ready sale for n number of thoso plows nmong tho thrifty farmers of this end of Madison county Perhaps on tho principle that ono good turn deserves another Mr FlAY Hanson decides to donuts to thin Col logo Farm a Deoring corn hnrvostnr which cuts thin standing corn from tho row nod tios it into bundles ready for tho shock These gifts call to mind that Mr S E Welch twit season donated n faun two hoNsu drop planter and a two horse walking corn cultivator These Incidents go to show that the husinpHH men of Ihren are not lack fog in either nntcrpriso or generosity and that thoy wish to encourage tho Farm Department in its elTorta to puttli uptodnto methods of ngricul taro Lime for Sour Soils Tho Farm Department has just finished diHtributing over 2 bushels of the White Rock limo nt tho rate of JO bimhnls to tho nero on tho glade fields Tho limo adds n minoml oho mont greatly nctHltHl by those glado soils anti nlso lx ing an alkali servos to correct tho acid action which is common to nil soils that have lack ed for drainage and fn o circulation ol nir A part of n car of limo that west applied in n similar way last spring hUll shown mnrkwl r nits on till present wmHonfl crops x tWilbur Smiths College Lexington Ky Writo to Prof W II Smith for 25 years President of tho famous Com mercial College of Kentucky Universi ty for particulars of unequaled in ducements for young men to pursue lift HtsisBss SHORTHAND TrII WhiT use or TKIKOWAIMIIC Courses This College is responsible and is InHnon tial in securing situations for Its students Sew ndvortiHomont Address only W R Stern Loxlug ton Ky Rev C M Collins of Lexington prey fuel against tho Elks nod do claret that nt their fnlr in that city they took tariff from rice by Accepting 3X0 for tho gambling privileges It is im ortnnt for you to keep in mind that in n little more than two weeks Berea College will again opon its hails to young pooplo of both ROXOS who are sinking to got n good education On Wednesday Septem her 11 n greater number than over before of young folks will apply for admission as students in tho College Will you t Did you over go to St Long over the L II nnd St Louis route I did tumid always hnllR comfortable trip of it stud a lady traveler It seems slrango that I have nlwnys leon fortunato in getting a nice berth stud have been comfortnblo on this mute You sun I travel for n St Louis magazine anti I am always glad when they got my ticket viII tho Henderson Route Ono night tho sleeper wns crowded and a largo crowd got on at East St Louis I thought wo worn going to bo crowded but they put on an extra sleeper at once Thoy scorn to hnvo thuir oyes open all tho time so their piiHHongers may travel in comfort It scorns tho ollicinls of tho Henderson Haute hnVo ciioson thus right profes sion Mr Irwm the Gnnond Pas senger Agent is a very t opiilnr ion tlenian and fspecinlly courtoous If a lady conies to his ollico to sue him on biisines or to noil him II book IIH will stop stud liHten to tier tube of woo attentively stunt help herif ho can Tho Indies can come and Mr Irwin will give Thom his oflico Repair That Loom Homespun is coming into fashion again aunt our keep up tho art of spinning Boron College iH finding n market for tho products of industry which may bring educntion nnd comfort to many homos Wo can pay for wellwoven linen 40 cents a yard jeans no cents linsoy 50 cents well mntchuod led coverlets H nlcopted111fRHhioru1 For information address JOSEPHINE A Ronissos Homospun Exchange Boron Ky FOR SALE sTwo Fine- Kitchen Cabinets 12 EACH At COLLEGE SHOP TO THE DEAF A rich lady cured of her Deaf now and Noises in thin Horn by Dr Nicholnoiffl Artificial Fear Drums gave 2T X0 to his IiiHti tuto that deafs oplo unablo to procuro tho Ear Drums may have thorn free Addnws No lM I The Nicholson Institute 780 Eighth Are nut Now York f20 02 Idroai FOR SlfRatlFl Baok KeeplDgBoilaes PHONOGRAPHY TjpeWfillng Tefegnpkj OOMNawTD tn WILBUR R SMITH LEXINGTON KY rMponitbtCOMMERCIAL Awarded Medal nt World Exposition pmlllonsetrrums tQShorthu4 altitr Tb Kmtockj UnlTwtltr Dlplami undresl 111ri WILBUR R SMITH Lexington Ky VE PLANT SEEDFOR WIDE WID- EWORLD THE TESTING OP EYES IB not n mutter of guess work nor la it trying on pairs of readymade glasses to find out which you can see with best It is n science gov ornod by principles which none but ono who tins made a study of tho oyo can understand This cut represents n Refracto motor an instrument I URO to doter minA what may bo needed to assist your vision if you are needing such help Tho Ref rnctometer shows any latent or hidden defects of tho oyo and ro conls precisely tho samo proscription thin oculist would proscribo after using atrophino Somo opticians are not surd that they know what n Intent defect is I will therefore state that n Intent do feet is n defect concealed by the muscles of tho eye For example maytotho ore mav farsighted and tho other meridian nearsighted this is astigmatism With the aid of tho Ilefractometer I can proscrilw just such lenses as you may need to correct any defect of ono or lath of your eyes and so rid you of headaches and eye troubles you have been puzzlod to account for nnd which your family physician has not been able to cure ns well as to enable you to use your eyes for road lug sowing or any other work it may bo necessary to use thorn for office is in tho Welch Block I will thoroughly oxamino your oyes Free of Charge and will fit you with Eye Glasses or Spectacles suit able for you ns low ns is consistent with conscientious work and first class lenses anti tho quality of frame you desiro Satisfaction always guaranteed T A ROBINSON- OPTICIAN JEWELER Welch Block Berea Ky WANTED Cupahle reliable IKr osi in every ontmtjr to rvprvwiit largo romuuir of tollil Case rlitl rciituon T payable Straight rrayaloluteyuroudallczpen nn Ililo ileflnlte Milary no rom mlwloii Mlu jialil carh HatunUy mid monrr aiUatirol each week STANliAKD mesa XII DIARIKIRS CHICAIIO KELLOGG WITHENBU- RYWholesale Grocers Irvine St Richmond Ky A full line of Staple Groceries carried at all times Mail and Phone Orders receive prompt shipment THE A BOUNTIFUL HARVEST JJJfo is assured the farm ers for miles around who use our seed saving cropmaking CULTIVATING AND HARVESTING MACHINERY fo s 10 s joined and true makes AIh4i Ii HATillfirst shipments of Mens readyfor Latest Assortments Latest Styles Lowest Prices COVINGTON BANKS Richmond Ky SELLERS OF ALL KINDS OF APPAREL FOR MEN AND BOYS 10 10 JI T C LOWRY ATTORNEYATLAWRichmond BUILDINGMAIN STREET Collections and Real Estate a Specialty E B McCOY Dentist Berea Kentucky C I OGG Firstclass Photography Center Strut Bern Ky MEAT MARKET I have reopened the Meat Mar ket on Main Street Fresh Meats VegetablesinM B RAMSEY Berea Ky HOME OFFICE Three Years in RichmondAnd sots of teeth that have boon made at my office if there is ono set or any seta that show any defects I will make a new set floe We aro making the best set of tooth in tho world for 750 and if delects show in 3vo years wo givo you a new sot froo This applies to all the tooth I have made or am going to make tho beet alloy fills in the world at 75 cents DR HOBSON Dentist IIobsonBuildingnext ernment Building Richmond Kentucky Reference Richmond National Bank Special Price to Students INVEST WITH The Ideal Realty Guarantee Co RESERVE BETTER CONTRACTS PLANS 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 SNOOT MgrJCapital Stock 10000RICHMOND KY FINE FURNITURE SALE I buyWeandCouchesFurniture Lino Groat Sale on Carpets and Ruga for Cash Wo invite all our Boron Prionda and all Citizen subsoribora to oiill nnd inspect boforo making purchas- esIUNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY Night Phoal 66J0 SI JOPLIN Richmond Ky A GREAT DISTRIBUTION A InLadlesland Boi Calf Shoes and Oxfords Boys and Yonths Shoes In our line of NEGLIGEE SHIRTS UNDERWEAR SUSPEN uptodateplete and practical waist on the market Our HAT and CAP Department is Uptodate In Our NECKWEAR DEPARTMENT arc all the latest sensations ofthisIn thanOursare offering DOUGLAS CRUTCHER 207 W Main St Richmond Ky Fall is the Time to Study Fall Term Opens Sept 11 1901 r THE CITIZEN A Weekly Newspaper BEREA KENTUCKY OUR PLATFORM This paper aims to bring the best reading to every fire side Reading is a great thing but it makes a big difference what you read THE CITIZEN brings first of ill the newsnot every tale f crime or horror but the im jortfint newsthe news from Washington and the State capital from our soldiers in far off islands from our neigh bors everywhere For the young folks we have a story tianda Bible lesson for house a few new ideas each week which should lighten thtrr labors for the farmer some valuable hints which will help him to make more from his land andcattle We propose to get the best ideas that can be found on all such practical and important matters and pass them around among our readers The resources of Berea College an its students alone Tin 1editorof this paper can at anytime step into the largest Col lege library in the State and he has engaged several of the most distinguished instructors in the College to take charge of special departments in the paper Those who are visited by THE CITIZEN will know what is going on in the world Everyweek it will tell them somethingworth knowing TIlE CITIZEN is pledged to no party It is every mans friend It stands for the things which benefit all temperance thrift kindness enterprise and education And we ask allwho believe in these things to subscribe for TilE CITIZEN Madison County- A school is to be opened in the col lego building at Richmond on Mon day September 16 The contracts for remodeling the court house at Richmond have boon awarded Bailey C Koner of Hond erson ysocured the work at 11190 Prof DM Russell has been elected principal of the Colored High School at Richmond and Mrs Bennett as sistant The election was by the regular school board Tho Colored Board of Education acting under the udvico of their attorney met anti hold an election choosing J A White principal and J 0 Whitakor assist ant The Republicans the county will meet in their respective precincts next Saturday 24th to select candidates for the county offices The delegates to tho convention from Berea precinct are Joshua Buftiette W R Oahbard J L Gay W J Tuturn Felix Estridge D N Welch f James West A 0 Miller James Elmoro Chas Blytho Lewis Farris and Due Crigler With tho appearance last Thursday or the Irvine Leader from the press or- thu Kentucky Register Captain S F- Rock of this city becomes the lar gMt individual newspaper publisher in Kentucky Besides his own paper the SemiWeekly Register he now prints tho Valley View Argent Ford Index and Irvine Loader issuing n paper every day in the week hut Saturday Captain is a wheel horse at any thing he undertakes and we hope he will get millions out or his symtliedo of pupersClimux- I Public Sale On Saturday Sept 7 I will of fer for sale to the highest bidder my Farm 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 good well of soft water and two never failing springs There is a comfortable 5rooin house a good cellar twot story smoke house and goodneW barn ou the place also a good young orchard in bearing I will also offer for sale the crop on the farm farming implements and household furniture For terms apply to JEROME B TERRILL Berea Ky I LOCAL AND PERSONAL Mrs J P Rico is quito sick Fresh bread at Hicknoll Enrlys Will Bowman dial Wednesday afternoon of typhoid fever Miss Grace Luster is spending the wook at Irvine Lewis Johnson was in Wiuchistoi Monday nnd Tuesday- J Barboo of London was in town Monday and Tuesday Miss Allio Fowler is recovering from an attack of fever Will Flanory has returned from a visit to his homo in Owsloy Judge Coylo and family of Jack son County attended the fair Judge T C Chenault of Rich- Mond paid us a visit Tuesday Miss Mattie Gillen of liichmoud is visiting her parents this wok A J Elder was in Lexington on business the first pmt of tho wook J J Bratmmau has purchased the Morgan property ou Center Street Jas Proctor is on a visit to Wiltlic and will attend the Broadhend Fair Miss Louise Yocum who was quite ill from fever last week is improving nicoly John M Itobiiison of London visited his brother T A Robinson tills week Mrs Hobt Truett who was dau erously ill last week is on the road to recoveryMr Mrs Sam Mason are oc cupying tho A J Elder house on Owsley Ave W T Short Deputy Collector ol Internal Revenue attended the fait hero last week Mr and Mrs Dr Davis spent Tuesday with tho family of John Davis near town Miss Bertha Robinson left Tuesday for nu extended visit with his Auer bach iu Cincinnati Miss Margaret Wallace who has boon ill for tho past two weeks is re covering very slowly Thomas Flanery of Conkling Owsley county was in town yesterday visiting his son Will Mr and Mrs Kidd of Travelers Rest aro hero on a visit to their son W F Kidd and family Fred Zoller who hiss been repair ing tho roof on Ladies Hall loft for his home in Cincinnati Tuesday Jacob Gabbard and family of Rob bison Kau are visiting Mr and Mrs P M Reynolds on Depot Street- S E Welch Jr is one of tho Republican candidates for the nomina tion ns sheriff of Madison County J H Gnhhard Jr sold to Judge Goodloe on Tuesday a yoke of young steers for 590 Tho cattle weighed about 2250 lbs Jesse Cobb called on us Saturday and expressed himself as willing to serve the county ns its clerk for tho next four years Miss J A Robinson principal of tho Womens Department cf Beroa College with her mother will reside in the Rogers house Mrs Raines and daughter who have boon visiting Mr and Mrs Wm Robe will leave Friday for their homo at Lebanon Ky Mrs Chas Johnston of Huntsburg Ohio who was called hero on account 3f the illness of her sister Mrs Fruott loaves for her homo Monday Mrs A P Settle of Big Hill died Friday August 17or typhoid fever Burial at Pilot Knob Saturday Burial was in charge of C F Hanson The freight rates on coal to Boron From the Jollico district is 120 lor ton and from tho Laurel minosSl 10 a roduction of fifteen cents n ton From last years rate P J Pauley and family returned Monday from a trip to Jessamine Fayette and Woodford counties Mr Pauley says the crops iu those counties are not very good There is a call for tho Hotisekeep ors Club to meet at the Nichols House next Saturday afternoon at 1 oclock to make arrangements for a picnic to be given very soon Sept Wagers and Jailer Lackey favored the Students Job Print and PUB CITIZEN with a call last Saturday Mr Lackey gave tho force a cordial invitation to call on himus visitors Last Sunday while Mrs James Stewart of West Union was driving a horse down the bill near the tunnol- Ioing toward Slate Lick tho harness broke frightening the horse It throwingMrsseriously Dr Cornelius was called and the patient is now some improved HIT AN ICEBERG Passenger Steamer Founders In the North Pacific BOILERS EXPLODED AS SHU SANK From Sixty to Highly IVrsoim lit ported to llnvo IVrUhrtl In the Disinter llnil Trruiirt on lioitri From Alnnkit Nainiit of thn Vlrtlin unit Story of the Horror Victoria n C AUK 19NlwlI ot an ocean disaster In the north Inglflc has Just reached horo Tutu nnwum gor ittenmcr Islander or the Alnxknr route operated by the Cnundlan Ia clan Navigation company of this city on her return struck an Iceberg oft UotiKlosa Island at 2 oclock on tin morning of Thursday lust and went to the bottom carrying down from G6 to 80 souls including passengers and members of tint crow Some of tin survivors arrived hero by the stonmoi Queen They report that as the vessel went down her boilers exploded rails Ing tho death of many who might have escaped Captain Koote was on tho bridge when the vessel struck and stayed hero and went down with his steamer There was 275000 In gold on tho steamer 100000 of which was car nod by passengers II II Hart who has spent 16 years In tho Klondike last 35000 IB dust Some say that Captain Kooto reached a raft but when ho saw the extent of tho dlsas ter jumped overboard George MeL Ilrown executive aginl of the Canautan 1aclflc railroad after Interviewing the oilleers and passes gers who returned said Tho purser Is rcmalnlnfi In tho north attending to the forwarding of through passen gers It Is Impossible to give an exact list of those lost but from the tact that 113 were saved the number post must be very much below the figures mentioned In my opinion the loss of life will not exceed 20 Attempt to Kidnap a Woman Omaha Aug 20Mts J U Gloss man wife of a prominent Insurance agent was beaten Into Insensibility and dragged to an alley In the rear of her home In a fifth attempt to ab duct here While sitting on the torch of her home a stranger appeared and without warning threw a blanket over her head forced a gag Into her mouth and started to carry her away When she began to struggle tho thug struck her a heavy blow on the lend rondo ing her unconscious A spaniel at tacked the would be kidnaper and tho noise aroused her sleeping husband who rescued her Tho man escaped Drought to Life by Lightning Lamed Kan Aug IITho litho daughter of Theodore Mclreano of Janston 20 miles from hero nppar intly died Sunday morning Funeral services were held and on the way to the graveyard a holt of lightning struck the metal coffin and opened It whereupon tho child sat up and called for her mother Tho horses were knocked down but no other damage was done Tho little girl Is In n fairway to recovery It Is believed sho was In a cataleptic state Girl Used a Rifle Richmond Va Aug 20Miss Ola Vcff 18 daughter of a hotel propric tor at Rural Retreat shot J J Waxol baum a Macon Oo produce buyer In the left breast with a 22cnllber rifle ball because as she alleges he accosted her on tho street Sho went home procured tho rifle returned and shot the man without a word The wound Is not doing well Miss Ncff was held for grand jnry action Fatal Elevator Accident Wheeling Aug 1GWhile changing- an elevator In Holds building from freight to passenger service the drum broke and Jacob Ruth and John Hal ler who were on the elevator were precipitated four stories to tho cellar floor Tho heavy drum fell across Ruths chest causing Injuries which resulted In his death soon after Hal ler is probably fataly Injured Trolley and Train Collide Chicago Aug 19fly the collision of a trolley car on Fortyseventh street lino with a rapidly moving pas sengor train on tho Pennsylvania road tour people wore killed outright and 11 Injured Tho dead Frederick O Edwards 37 Harriet Sutclirfe 50 Ida n Osier 29 Cincinnati unldcn tilled woman about 25 years old Line Fence Tragedy English Ind Aug 20Duvhl la mon fatally slot Otto Kaulkenburg near Dranchvlllo with a shotgun tho rouble originating over a boundary line of fence Faulkenburg Is a noted Character and there was a grudge between the principals for some time Given the Wrong Dose Marlon Ind Aug 17As the ro suit of an alleged wrong solution being administered by mistake to two ramatcs of the hospital nt tho national soldiers homo here Daniel Carruth ens 65 a paralytic and Thomas Pink erton 91 are dead- Streetcar Held Up Melbourne Aug 19Joour masked men with revolvers held up n tramcar in the suburbs of Melbourne and Ifled eight passengers of their money and jewelry after which they fled p Gene Carter Mobbed Pierce City Mo Aug 20 Ocno Cuter who outraged and killed a girl at the Frisco railway bridge was taken by a mob riddled with bullets ad left dying In tho street Inoculated by Mosquito Havana Aug 20Tho second man bitten by Infected mosquitoes which had been set apart for tho expert Mnts of Dr Caldaa the Brazilian ox JUt died of yellow fever UATTU IMM INKNT A Fttrro of ICctiiitlunmn Troops Aboir to Invailo Columbia Quito Ecuador Aug 19A force of Ecuadorian troops Is ready to In vado Colombia and n battle Is Imuu punt near Panto just beyond the Co lomblan frontier and about 150 mllei northeast of Quito- Washington Aug 19 Captain ferry of tho battleship Iowa now at Son Francisco tins telegraphed to tin navy department an acknowledgment of his Instructions to proceed to the west coast ot Panama In connection with the revolutionary troubles hilt reports that bottom andi inie other parts of tho vessel need Immediate nt trillion It Is hoped tho Iowa will soon bo ablo to sail Castro Assists Wlllemstad Island of Curacoa Aug 19 President Castro of Venexuelf Home days ago soul to Cucuta Colom bin ammunition arms and men to as list In the Colombian revolution Km lllo Fernandez former governor ul Caracas under President Castro and subsequently administrator of laws at Iji Ouayra who finally declared war against Castro has left Curacoa ac companled by fiO partisans with the announced Intention of Invading Ven ozuola It Is also reported that SiKiin do Illvera has also effected a landing Germans Send a Vessel Berlin Aug 19Thu 3ernmn gov arnment has onlered the cruiser VI nuta which Is off the eastern coast ol Africa to proceed to Venezuelan wa tors to ln In readlniss to protect Oor man Interests If nn emergency should arise Cresceus Wins More Honors New York Aug 16IlIl1y 1500C people wltnettstd Criwiim send The Abbot to the statues In Ignomlnlout defeat and win for himself two morn chainplon hlp reconls In the special match ratio at Ilrlghttm Reach for 12000 Tho Ohio home stopped the first miles In 304 IOIY l32fc and flnlshlng In 203V4 half a length In advance thus scoring the fastest heat ever trotttsl In comiHtltlon In thti second hoot The Abbot made a bait break on the first quarter and could not recover lost ground being dis lanced although the tins was not dropptMl Tho Ohio borttt won honors easily In 21Yt1Ot4k 11fi and 2OCVJ Crcr uii was sent a Ihlnl mile ao coniHinleil by two runners against his tlnl of threo fastest htMittt In a rac at Ciliimliiis Olnnt pear 20744 200 100 mid flloppud the milt In 30 4 1OIV4 114 mad 101 thUD mak Ing a new record for threo consecu live heats Six Men Killed Little Falls N Y Aug 20 The Mohawk and Malone rounithoiixe at Herklmer was discovered to bo on fire at 1030 Monday night Watchman Gilbert and an engine tender named John Deckaesisted by residents of thin vicinity and members of the bridge building gang attempted to extin gulch the llamas While they were battling with the flee a large quantity of dynamite stored In the building ex ploded with terrific force killing Gil her and Deck and four others Thn bodies of tho four lust mentioned are unrecognizable Lamp Was Upset Burlington la Aug nTho tmsl ness iMirtlon of Beaton Ills was nl most wiped out by fire The loss Is estimated at about RO000 with In Buranco aboilt half Tho flro was started by the upsetting of a lamp at a dance Among tho burned biilldlnga wero Klrtcs opera house the post ofllce the Independent newspaper of ace Conners hotel and eight other business houses Town Taps a Gusher Beaumont Tex Aug nTho com pony headed by exSenator Charles A Towne brought In a gusher near the bottom of Spindle Top ridge Mr Towno has completed organization of the Central Asphalt and Refining com pany and work tin a 200000 plant will begin In 10 days Fir at Marlon Marlon 0 AUK 14 Fire which started In Mrs Castners millinery store did 50000 damage to tho Fair dry goods store M Strelltz Sons clothing store It T Iowla Com pany grocers It was tho most de structlvo are Marlon had for years Mite For Conscience Fund WaihlnRton Aug 1C United States Treasurer Roberts has receiv ed from an unknown person a con science contribution of 420 The money was received through Father A V haggle pastor of St Clara church Santa Clara Calu Cure For Lockjaw St Louis Aug 19A remarkable cure for lockjaw has been discovered at the City hospital where an extract of rabbits brains was Injected Into a patient who was In a desperate condi thou The jaws began to relax Immo dlately Helen Potts Hall Divorced New York Aug 14A decree of absolute divorce was granted Mrs Helen Potts Hall from Illukeley Hall Mrs Hall Is one of tho claimants to a portion of n fortuno of the Gcorgo F Oilman of Black Rock Conn Talk and Tick on the Same Wire St Paul Aug JGC H bunt of tho Northern Pacific telegraph department has Invented a system for tho simultaneous transmission of tele phone and telegraphic messages over tho same wire Prominent Populist Kokomo lad Aug 20Julius no dcnholmcr 50 a well known politi cian and former chairman of tho In diana stale Populist committee dl I suddenly at his homo at Center of heart trouble STRUGGLE ON The HtMl Trust and Its ICinplnyr Mill At War Plttsburg Aug 20 Tho greatest fight at present In this district Is for mastery at tho Duqucsno mills of tho Carnegie company Until sides are working secretly tho Amalgamat ed Association to extend Its organiza lion and strength among tho workers and tho steel company to block any plan to get the men out Neither side has shown Its strength yet and It Is Impossible to get arty lino on tho ulti mata results Tho claims made pri vately on either side are conflicting Three of the 12 open hearth fur naces nt Duqucsno were stint down Monday night owing to tutu discharge of 15 mol tors last week It lt reported 10 more were discharged Monday Tho men of tho Pennsylvania works of tho Pennsylvania Tube company In this city joined tho strikers and It In expected that tho force III the Franks town plant will follow thorn About CO Wren left the Pennsylvania works and It Is almost certain that all of tho remaining COO will join In thin movement and completely tlo up tho property There Bro about 600 teen In tho Frankstown property and tho total number of uteri added to the army of strikers by the movement will bo about 1800 When this strikers filed out of the Pennsylvania works they made tho explanation that they had rather quit work than work with nonunion steel It was understood tho National Tithe company hal announc ed an advance In wages and It was thought that It would hold tho men There was an Incipient strike at tho Keystone rolling nips which Is an Independent property The men ob jected to furnishing material to tho United States Steel corporation but the Amalgamated Association ordered them to resume work This action IN taken as meaning that all contracts made by Independent mills before tbo strike began will bo respected The steel trust also made a series of gains Monday In the restoration of properties crippled by the strike of the Amalgamated Association and Its sympathizers The steel mill at Mo unseen after n long ixrlml of Inactiv ity wore partly put In motion by strike breakers gathered III imt of the southern states two iiiort null In the Painter plant wen HIMI Marled up and another mill at tin Clntk property was operated fur the Ural tuts Summarily Dlimltsed Washington Aug ti Kdwnrd V Shopard of Massachusetts thief clerk of tho patent ofllcc wits summarily dismissed from hula position This action was the culmination of an haves tigation that tuna been conducted for several days past by Commissioner of Patents Duel the assistant commis stoner and other officials In connec Ion with the disappearance of eortaln moneys contained In unclaimed registered letters returned to the odlc Shepard entered a stout denial of criminal Intent and offered to make good ary shortage At the pants time ho tendered his resignation admitting that thu loss wns duo to carolnitsness In his office Ho was not purinlttod to resign Says China War Is Not Over Geneva N Y Aug IreItishop F It Graves of China who Is visiting relatives hero says the war In China Is not over and that anarchy almost exists In tho northern part of tho country Tho people are dlssattsled with the present rulo and ho thinks Kwang Su will occupy the throno as soon as a leader appears Illshop Graves added that civil war probably will bo tho result of thu occupation of the foreign powers Morgan Gets Bethlehem Works Now York Aug 20lt Is claimed that tho control of the Bethlehem Steel company Is no longer In tho hands of Charles M Schwab presi dent of tho United States Steel corpo ration hut ho has allowed his Interest In tho Bethlehem company to pass Into tho hands of a syndicate Identi ned with tho United States Stool cor partition tho manager of which Is the banking house of J P Morgan A Co Lightning Ignites Oil Tanks Philadelphia Aug 20 During a se vere electrical storm lightning struck a benzine tank at the Atlantic Oil Re fining companys works at Pofnt Rreene In tho southwestern section of tho city Four oil tanks were Ignited by the blaze from the bontlno tank and 10 wuro destroyed with their contents A second benzlno tank ex ploded killing tour firemen The loss will aggregate 500000 Indiana Cool Crop Indianapolis Aug HlUnto Statis titian Johnson from observations he has made said he believed tho corn crop In Indiana was practically be yund redemption Rain said he will ba of limited benefit now In some localities there will bo good corn Ho sees nothing M justify a belief that there will bo more than onefourth of an average crop Visible Supply of Grain Now York Aug 20Tho statement ef tho visible supply of grain In store and alloat Aug 17 as compiled by tho Now York Produce Kxchanee Is as follows Wheat 2C770000 bushels de crease 1449000 corn 12783000 d crease C13000 oats 6447000 Incroago 1002000 ryo 935000 Increase 213 000 barley 252000 decrease 61000 Bugs In Volunteer WheatCrop Dallas Tex Aug 1GDugs havo appeared In largo number In fields of volunteer wheat and threaten to destroy tho second growth as completely as they did tho first crop Editor Suicided Joplin Mo Aug 17W A Carleton 42 city editor of tho Joplla natty Globe shot himself through the heart In tho newspaper offlco Ad eUeA al most wtan1Q TILE SUNDAY SCIIOOLr LESSON VIII THIRD QUARTER INTERNATIONAL SLRIES AUG 26 Text of for 11lit lien sail 11 1 Mriiior Vrmmi IIH Uolilrii Peat urn xl Iwiiiiiiriiliiry Prepared- b llrv II M Nlfiirtin Copyright 1001 tijr A Iran Press AMMlatlonl 1 And Jt cnmo In pnex after Ihinp dings tlmPOiMl did tempt Aliriilmiu III our luHt lemon we miked just n little nt chapter xlx tiimtriiliiK the tit1 ruction of Sixluiii nod trwiiii lf led In rhnf trr xx Alirnlinin viiit to luijourn nt hernr- and Ml loin tin wash nln which troubli 1 Idol In Egypt nod wan rrhiikrd by Alilnit1 loch HIM nimwiT III verse 11 WOK ball many nKnlnxt hlniiMlf fur hr should not MlllliiKly have KIIIIO where Ihr fear of itch trite oat In clmpliT xxl we him thin birth of Isanc nod the IMIIK out of Iftliinnil and llnil Aliruhiini thvrllliiK nt llitttlifhii nod womliliilne the Iml tin tier n new iinnic ties 1VtrlnntliiK C5ml Note In vcrxo II Similin tiwtliiinuy Ue1 hall ninili me to InitKli nod In verse 17 and IS JiMlH promt In llnciir with Ills Pier nut which IM I think the Htvnnd In the Ixxik 01 did leapt Alirnhiiin nlKiilllcM that lush rind him I lili xl 17 fur the heal trlith the I rlKlittiiiiH rllI xl r but Ihr will not try any lilt slave that he In able 11or i 13 nnil pntliiKt under trinl will bring the crown of life Jan 112 Ittv II 10 2 II Offer him for u burnt offering Till from OMI roiifcriilni MH only win his will IMIOVII for whom hr mil wait ed U i yrnnt nt least Coiiipnrc xII 1 arid xxl fi Vet sir Ids ntiily olxilliiiiv for hi iMllevod tliat Goth woulil ntliM him up even from ihr Brad fnim whence nl +o hu nftlviil him In n figure Wan ever a mortal man HI tried or did ever man coiiit HO near to Sutl In hula ripfrlonti In Unnl all Jmln promlMM to Ahrnhmn whiten + l nod If I hoy wen not fulfilled In Inaac tin wool of hid would foil chapter xxl 126 a thine whkh could not I M ullly Hvur Mount Morlnh wht n Ahra hum was to utter tip Iwine wai till nnniR as that wliimiii Ihr tiiiipli was buiided liy Solomon III Chron Ill 11 for lath tadornnch anti limph utiMxl In a OKUIT uxii ntnniiiirnt for silver KookrU of the talxniach tiring made front tin ranwim inoniy ot tin woph I n On tin tidal tiny It its to U a nmirrvcllon llIrr and the tidal day le- the rvKUrmtlon day whether of Jnuah or ChrUt whether In Grit I or John II 1 or HIM vi 2 WIt Me said Surely I coon tHlrkly lie may hint thought of that 2IMM1 year of thlll pnixnt RJI U two 111 yn and rrfrrnil to 11111 routing again mi tar morning of tin third day Abraham wonlii to his ynune men I and tin tad will RO yonder and worship anti tiiiMi ntntln to you show his Htnmg faith that In some way lunar would 1e gives bark tu him II 7 When ill the tomb for a burnt onVrtugT IHil a word 111 Abraham hiitrt a hula only ww IIk1 hint this gms tloiiT Set Isaac b ariHK the wad soil think of the Bon of nIIRrtlllt the rn M on which lli was to stiffer Sm Abn ham tnirylm tar fin nod the knife and rrmemler that It Is written HIt draml tilt Ninl to briilw Him All that Chrint HtinYrvd from 11111 vmMnlon iiinxt have IKVII as nolhlne when nmiparrd with l1U ns iHjr a III fried My itch my tial why hRltt Thou forsaken MtT iMath xxvll III No tnnmie ran tell no wants rah dree rule what It rout tht Knther to give Him tip to tide for our 11111 or what lie miltenil nlllKlr milmtltule- H My win tied will provide Hlmmlf a lamb for n burnt offering S i thiy went ladle of them together Ih hold the Latnbof Gall aid John th IlnplUt ai ho pointed Him out Tin rnltvninl as they fall ticfon the IAmb nine lliou nil worthy for Thou wnut shin and bant re df nif I IIM to Gal by Thy html and a rhiiiKlnd million of angels cry Worthy is the Iximh that was slain John I 211 Rev r H 0 II 12 HP hid tvn tore onlalniil before the foundation of fur worM but was manifest In duo time II 10 How the fathers heart must hart tern torn u be built the altar and laid the wood uMti It Hut whist were hula frclliiRi as ho bound Isaac end laid huts on tho altar upon tar wool nod took tin knife In hula hand to slay tile nonl Who can tell but Gal Pop no out hail ever jut tho nnmo fellowahlp with Mod Hew deep tilt incnnltic of that ol1- laII HO livid till world thnt He gave ills only Ixsotten Son or theno Tile Son of Jixl Inritl mo and KBTO Hltnmlf far mere or Ills own self ruin our sins In Ills own hotly Hnilmil for our In- Iqullhsl ll 12 Now I know that thou leanest f3o l seeing thou hast not withheld thy win thlno only win from Mis Thus spoke the nncel of the Isird the Son of- Gal till I imb of Gal lllmwlf sa Ho tald the uplifted nnn of Abraham Ho hind trill Ilis nerrant and hind found him leaning not HIKIII lunar till gift ot God hunt upon Jixl IIIniMlf We err apt to allow till ROixl KlftB of Gout to romp be tween lilts and UB nml loan upon them rather than upon hint no that for our gall Ho oft remorcn IllS gifts III Abraham went mid took the ram mid offered him up for n burnt offering In thus stead of lda non All truly was ChrlNt tilt lamb of Gal offend In our Htend nR ourT iilmlltiiti bearing our slur Then is no salvation by trying to live an Hi lived for wo cnntiot live JlIII lift ex cept ns He shall live It In us unit Ho is not In its until we reoelru Him II till One who tiled In our atrod Flip ntltinp Ion which God has prorlded begins In our oxperlencv with tho forelvene of clue and ho whose slits nro not forgiven lux not Christ In him 1 M And Abraham called till name of that plnceJehovnhJIrvh 7benasrginsays- that the nnmo BlKiillleH the innl will net or provide Hlnn Ho line given for us ilia deiirent and lest how can wo think for a moment that Ho will withhold aught from us hurt will let for our gnul Ill IxxTxlT 11 It us ndopt these words If wo have not already dune no at ono of thin mottoes of our tinny lift and itmenveroUB faith In fnmi Him but nbnndonlne otirxolveti ut terly to Him for Ilbr Rood pleaHiire that Ho any glorify himself In us Tide chapter lenves Abrahnm dwelling nt llccinliilm terse 111 In thin next Hnrnh dhs nt the nRo of 127 nnd is burled In Hebron In chapter nil till Rervnnt of Abrnhmn Kllexer obtnln Helxknh tram Tallinn OH n wife for lunar In chnpter xxr Abraham tiles nt thin nco of 175 and In burliil by Ixuno nnd Ilimnel beitldni Hnrnh nt Hebron Tin death of iHhmnel U also rreonhtl nt thin ago of 1117 tenser is sect dwelling by tho well I thalrol the well of Him thnt lireth nnd seeth me Gen xvi ii margin There let UM dwell while we sojourn In these bedlM I I THE MARKETS AI MIORTU1 A U NORMAN A lO CINCINNATI 1CATTLECOm1IloI1210 Q 2X IlatchuriIr tJ nix Shipwrs 1150 M litOt- CAIVKS Choice l7f fiX Largo CoiitmonJllX fill IIX IllasCOI lmon10 w r7fi Fair goal light nWi W fiKO 1ncking OX irS- uEErGood to choico 2M rill nIXI Common to fiiir Lrdl 2W LAUDS lood to choice 125 fl far Coininoii to fur lN i0 lX WHEAT No 2 Hid 7- 1ColiNNo2 mixed 1- 1OATSNO 2 M I 10 KvENo 2 Mfcl lit- hLoun11intnr patent JJIO it ttW 4PIP II fiiiioya00i aTO Iumily25rl 2155 1r11VII No2II Ilno 12X No Clovnr10X a lOno No2II 1100 f11 UW IlourTIIV tN rlli J II Heavy hens II 7 HllOHtolHII al Turkey h01l1l1l TomHII Ii Ducks U Boos Fresh near by 12 II O005lr HIDES Wet salted of 71- II No I dry salt 9 II Bull fil fij tI1lIlIIh skins 10 n Ij TALLOW Prime city fii f j- II Country 1 r 11 WOOL Uiiwashtxl- mislinin combing 17 Washed lung 1111 to Tub washed 5 FEATHERS Gt ose non nearly white 12 gray to average at r l0 puck colons to white 28 Jf Chicken white tic quills If Turkey body dry 12 lj e A Problem in Arithmetic Ikren in not a moneymaking insti tution It liter tim nurvicw of nil its teachers It charges only an loot dental foe to help for sweeping nut wrmillJthllllcllOol roouiH etc o rare in nay sicknens so that you are safer in Ihwn that nt hone And then you must lire at items you havo to cat even if you stray at homo You may Uwrd yourself under proper regulations Ixmnl in npproved families in I term or Ixmnl nt curt in College huildingN Tile ilcnin aro givon Itolow and nhould lx studied carefully Notieo imiNeialy I Room fuel incidental fee and out months Ixianl iniiht la paid in udranct l will lx rn iviitM morn in thin wiutorhat coots in the spring n Students Ixilrnv A Onimmar School pay only J1M for incidental AcHcltiny student pay JTi W nod I vw College students pay StSfiO L Students in A O Iraniiiwrnnd 4 low bare free toxtl ooks G Students bring their own led i ding and towels fl If you get anywork to do for tho Colligo you am paid at tho end of Inch month in credits Oil school oxponww 7 They cant lend you monoy but tho Treasurer and ovary leachor will ibo your rfrm- lNecessary e Expenses fort Twelve Weeks School Terrors who Ixmnl IbomicIrM run nvuJ M BuMb or llllle M Ilirjr thaw on llrlnr f nxn Hftto hUll a llttlo txln money for Iee- bulrlekeandolhcrthlnr But the nwonMry tiprawi are only M ollowii TopaytheantdArUOWAwa DIM HALL HAM tliJoul Inrlilrntal Fro I II Ei 11111 VIf II 1rnM Ilimki rir sprat J 2 H- 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Baltotii Press AssMtaUoi bar York 1 Letter from Prof II M Jones llougliton Mich A lit 7 1101 DRAB HHOTIICII DODWKM You roinnmbor I said I would drop you n row linen during thin mimmnr Thin cool morning J Ihn Hhoro of till grant lake just the time to writs a short letter Lot me give an account of myself I went from Bo rt n to Jacksonville Ills my old hang and npent a week Then I wont to IWriu Ills amt ou July 17 wan married to Mrs Nellio S Kcdzio n teacher in Hrndloy liiHtitute of Technology Mrs JoneH Is n nieco of Dr Fuircliiltl Silo was in Boron lit his burial and Hpoke in the college Tina to tilt young men You nay reinetnlNir that slit also gavo thin op sling TiifHclfiy lecture last fall 1111 are to live in thin house recently vacated by Prof W Dinsinore TUB CITIZEN will continue to have good niighborH just across Hie street Leaving IVxirin we went to Cubit go anil Evanston for n wICk nut then escaped till extreme blurt by taking last rind spending four days on tilt grnnt lakes Michigan nod Superior Vo ntopped in Milwaukee and Haw Ihn pity in gavcHt attire for tint Elks worn holding a nntiollillC convention and tilt city hud mails a grand carnival in their honor NiimorotiH excur sion trains and Ixwtn worn pouring their thousands into the Cream City Gay colored hunting and llagH worn lying ImtidH playing Htrocta were thronged and happy Elks worn cheer ed on nil slits by the enthusiastic crowds There wan n chnnco to end more money than Herea people have We re embarked sailed through Tho Soo into Lake Su jMrior Mote commerce passes through Tho Soo than nay other artificial waterway on enrth the Suez Canal not oxeepted at mast during the NUnimer In the winter thu cold In intense up hero that the lake freezes up I watt interested lo note this morning in the paper that last month rXXXX tons of freight carriixl in 3211 ships passed through this great lock Siuce leaving Heren I have won Illinois College Illinois Womens College Jacksonville Academy for Women Illinois School for Blind Illinois School for Deaf Mutes nil situated in Jacksonville nnd in ad dition Hrndlny Institute of Technolo gy in Iooria Northwestern Universi tyat Evanston and Michigan Col lego of Mines horn In llougliton On tho homo I shall visit Michigan Agricultural College in Lansing In cloning lot me say it m delight fully cool horn Every night thero is n freah invigorating Inko breeze Woolens are in onlnr Tilt fireman must ntand ready to turn on tho heat any time Yesterday the heat was on nt tho college Tho overcoat is an es sential for a boat ride However nt midday it may hot Before long I should like to toll you something of The Copper Country and the IIlron Country Soon I am going down into soino of tho deep mines near horn Wishing you and TilE CITIZKN the largo success you deserve I remain yours truly HOWARD MUIIUAV JONEH DO YEARS EXPERIENCE TllADF MAIlHtj- iJk MM COPVIII HTB C AimMir Kkrlrli hli t 41mf Miltkir iti not nitniti t vntlirr Miihmif iiini iiiunlrn tI tri to nndldrnl llnl Iel InIMll II inlonlii liluii fiiniuirh trmlTr Hi e4W eu ItL Loran luti- iiScKtiTic Jitttcrican it tlldlrlnl Mklr IjirnMt rlr alnluNOy rlmlldrt Iniinml Tcrmi J3 liii LNIrIIrTAhtleII W1AUra nrwiHlralm YntkItralC MALCOM KIRK- A Tula of Moral Ilerolf m In Overcoming the World Bj OHABLEB M SHELDON Avthnrof In JIU SItl Crut trton n PftOtp Strunj llvlxrt llanlvt Seven Days ICbpjrUlit bj the Advance Publl hlnu 001 OONTJHUED CHAPTER VIII TilE nEST 80IwCK FOIL OUIl OWN QIIlEl IB TO LIGHTEN THE POII11OW8 OF OTIIKIIS For n few moments Malcoin Kirk experienced a feeling of anguish on his own account that shut out entirely thin other forlorn and bleeding heart Then there sprang up In Pits soul n most tre mendous and overpowering revolution of feeling Ho said to a very dear friend several years afterward that as ho stood there on the threshold of Ma Mrvmare with the hot dWlty ldurti that withering day smiting him and the figure of that old woman on the doorstep uo know that perhaps the motft Important event In hits own Inner thla1n11lelllshare a burden while his own deemed greater than he could boar ruvwiled to him the Christ life In our human lives null tho glory of overcoming the world for hit sake Certain It In that IIH Mill com Kirk xtood thorn that morning his iwMil tell thin touch of n healing and bcnellecnt love and he looked at ills life again IIH worth whllt and then be gnu already to know that the lire of his own norrow was dcHtlned to miiko him more serviceable to others What he actually did the next min ute after nil this was to link Mrs liar ton to come lute till house Ho took tier Into hlx study nod thou utter n ulnglo tnimient of heHltntlon ho went out Into tho hack yard to Dorothy She wax still sitting on tho bench dry eyed and oblivious of everything around her living over the last three days Maleom camo up and put his hand on tier shoulder Dinr ho wild very gently will you tome with mo Into tho house There Is some one theru who has come to see hml0 tm both She did nut know what he meant or hardly what he said but sho rose and went Into tho house with him Mm Barton this Mrs Kirk I want you to tell her what you have told mo The little woman could see that nomethlng untiHiiiil hind happened nt the tmrwinngp but her own trouble practically abnorbod her focllngx Sho baked nt Dorothy however with till admiration which her beauty of face often oxclled In what wo call ordinary poojile Oh manm She cried Ive come to sos If Mr Kirk wont help me to get my boy homo again Hos boon drinking I live In n lonesome place at The Forks and I dont very often come to town but I have heard of your luiffbaml and they say coplc all around hove gone In him for help and I know ho will do what ho can for mo My lay will bo 21 next week I told your hllllhallel that Rome day your baby would grow up Into n good Christian man to comfort and bless you Thats what I hoped and prayed my boy would do And ho might If the saloon lint not tempted him She was going on for her heart was full of her trouble when the look on Dorothys fern stopped her Dont you know has not Mr Kirk told you that our baby our baby died last witkr The little heartbroken woman looked at Dorothy In astonishment There was nothing refined or sweet about her but Cud gave her the right word to say at that particular Shu rose and with her hand clasped walked over near Dorothy Mnlcom never for got that sight Oh Mrs Kirk may God help your Forgive me I have not bttii to town for several weeks I did not saw thin paper last wool nt nil The last time I know anything of your baby he was well and happy I would never havo como with my trouble If hind known yours She paused for n moment while two tears ran down over tier thin cheeks Dorothy began to sob She hind not cried before sluice that day when tho baby wax laid In Its collln tint even nt the grave Oh maam Mrs Barton wont on your baby will never bo n drunkard My husband was Wo lost n good farm bark In Ohio on account of the drink and then my husband died nod I took tho toy and canto out hero went purposely to a lonesome place to keep my boy from the town nay have made a mlKtnko but did the last I knew and I feared for him on account of his father Oh maam your heart Is sore I know It but Its not as ooro as mine for your baby never broke your heart I would sooner see my l oy lu his collln them saw him ns I have ninny n tlmo during the past two years Theres trouble nut trouble May God help to boar our own Hut your babys safe now How can I tell If mine ever will beT She spoke tile last words In such tone of hoiwlcwi sadness that Dorothy lifted up her head nod looked at her Dont say that she salt mid the tears unwed down her face faster They were merciful tears tier heart Oh Mn Klrli mmpy Oat help pain Forgive me which hail been fast bound within her as If It would burst felt the first relict she had known Got was lending her She stilt did not know that what Mat com had cxporloiuvd bad Como to her also But the lonely wtrlcKon woman the little study representing no much human sorrow of a kind that neither Dorothy nor Mnlcom knew taut touched her Slit also wax able to say to her husband years afterward that silo felt as It tho coming of that other burden Into their own heavy hearted lives was a part ofttbc loving Fathers plan for their victory In overcoming tho world the world of what might have grown to be a very selfish sorrow What happened all that was said In that llttlo study room after that Is not easy to tell but wlx n Mrs Barton went out Mnlcom Kirk went with her Dorothy weut Into her own little room and prayed and there was that In her prayer that revealed to her the loving Father For tho first time she saw her baby surrounded by the Infinite love and when she came back to her work In the kitchen there wcro hope humor tat hope and n largo measure of the peace of Christ In her heart Malcoin Kirk got into the farm wag on with Mrs Barton and they drove down to the main business street of Mrs Barton Malcbbi had said It you will watt outside Ill go into tho saloons and see If can fled your boy While Im looking you might imost Ion pnssersby nod ask them If they have seen tho tiny wagon and horses anywhere She thanked him gratefully suit ho noted that even In the burning sun her thin sorrowful figure trembled nod Rhi vtitil and her lips quivered ns If she were cold Ills compassion for her motherhood Increased every moment God help her he said ns he stepped down out of the wagon This boy IH coo of the lost ones In this town that Dorothy and I pledged ourselves three years ago to rescue Heaven give mo strength and wisdom to make that promise good tie hind never been Inside of n saloon In lulls life Ito shrank from tho ordeal before him with nil tho shuddering of a highly sensitive spirit In the presence of an ugly repulsive hideous evil Hut he wont nt once Into tho first saloon on the main street and tappet Inside near the door rind looked around him It was not yet 10 oclock lu tho morn hog but thero wcro n dozen men and boys In tho room which was quite large seated with stools and furnished with small round tables At first his entrance attracted no at tention A few of the men were lounging nt tho dar Tim rest wcro seated nt the tables But as he re mained by tho door two or three of those nearest him turned and looked at him One of the men was a laborer who hoI several times been employed by Mnlcom In odd jobs about the house Instantly Kirk walked over to him and held out hits hand Carver do you know Mrs Bartons boy Philip Is his name She Is looking for him IIo left homo Saturday nnd she Is sure ho In ono of tho saloons some where Tho man looked very much embar rassed lie shuilled hits feet nervously In the dirty sawdust under tho table I saw him yesterday IIo was In Valmcrs plate in the next block Tliank you salt Malcom slowly Can tiny of you gentlemen tell mo anything about him Has anyone seen him today No ono answered and thero was a painful silence Tho barkeeper who lad been eying Kirk suddenly broke tho silence by saying with a short laughYou wont find him here I wont say he hasnt been here Ha knows n good thing when ho sees It Wont you step up and take a glass of Iced beer this morning Wo keep the best In the town on tap for preachers There was n laugh from ono or two f the urea nearest tho speaker but Malcom simply looked him In thin face without n wonl IIo then laid hiss hand on Carvers shoulder and said softlyIm sorry to see you here Carver You promised me you would quit It Tho man writhed In his seat but did not say a wonl Kirk looked nt him sorrowfully Como Carver come out of this Ill glue you something to do Dont lose your soul In this place Say salt the barkeeper who hind boon leaning with his elbows on tho her listening us hind also every other man In tho saloon You leave my cus tomers alone will you and mind your own business Thats Just what I am doing re plied Kirk earnestly and ns ho npoko his polo blue eyes fined with a high white light It my business to de stroy your business Man do you know that just outside that door Is a mothers broken heart that you have helped to break And hers Is only one out of thousands nil over the world Mint my own business It is exactly what I Intend to do until every hell like this is wiped out of this town Ho spoke very quietly almost softly his voice did not declaim but the un usual quality of It thrilled everybody there Ho looked Into their faces a moment nod with a last appealing look nt Carver ho turned and went out Whew said the barkeeper First sermon ever delivered here Score ono for Parson Kirk The other men did not respond with much enthusiasm Carver hind risen from tho table Better have one before you go said the saloon keeper I wont drink again today Carver retorted with an oath which was a curse He staggered over to the door nod west out Into the glare of tho hot withering sun Down tine street ho could see Kirk just entering Vnlmers place Im halt a mind to help Mr Kirk hunt for the boy Carver muttered Ho hesitated for n moment and then went on down tho street following tho ministerThat forenoon Malcom Kirk went Into every saloon In Conrad but ho failed to got any trace of the missing boy Always behind him unknown to him Carver staggered lu two or three saloons the man was unnblo to resist tho Invitation to drink but he managed to keep just sober enough to know where Kirk was and to follow him iTho sights that greeted Malcom In tho saloons were never forgotten by him lie was astonished to see the number of men and boys gathered In the saloons Many of the faces ho knew nnd his entrance Invariably crt ated n distinct embarrassment through tho company The majority of custom ers however seemed from their dross and talk to bo composed of farmers young men from the ranches outlIII Conrad Malcom was simply appalled when ho thought of what such a fact meant lie said to himself every time ho came out and faced the dumbly appeal Jug taco In the farm wagon And yet we Christian people license these cue mica of tho race and allow them to continuo their devilish work although wo know well enough how devilish It Is May God help us as a state to de clare against It by statute as well as by prayers and sermons Ho lived as did every temperance man In Karl sas at that time In tho great hope that tho day was not far off when the sa loon would bo declared outlaw but how near that day was not even ho was able to predict It was nearly noon when ho finished his tour of the saloons and an ho came out near tho lower end of the mama street there was a large group of men looking off across tho prairie and talking eagerly together Tho wind had risen antI was blowing almost n gale carrying great clouds of dust through the town and off as far as men could seo there was a column of smoke spreading out with great rapidity The prairie fires have started early Kirk thought but It was only when ouo of the ranchmen In tho street spoko that ho realized what tho fires might mean I It this wind keeps up this town will havo Its hands full In about an hour Tho speaker ran to his horse jumped on It and was soon galloping out of tho town toward one of the new ranches In the direction of Tho Forks Mrs Barton It Is Possible that your boy has gone homo since you left Yes yesl cried the woman snatch ing nt any hope I will go back If the fire should come Into The Forks I ought to bo there to see that my other boy has help In getting the stock behind the fire guards We plowed ours early this year on account of tho dry weather Wo lost all our haystacks one September from fires She drove out of town after thank Ing Kirk earnestly for all that ho had done and Malcom promised to contln uo tho search after dinner no was just starting home after asking several men If there was really any Immediate danger to tho town It is my business to destroy your bUll nut from the fires when through tho dust racing In from tho prairie came a team of powerful farm horses drawing an empty hay wagon Tho lines were trailing on the ground and the harness was broken and as they rushed by some ono shouted Thats Phil liar tons tenml A little farther down tho street the horses were caught nnd stopped Kirk ran up with a crowd of other menNo signs of Phil anywhere said ouo of tho men who had helped to catch tho team lies probably been thrown out men never get killed I wouldnt glvo much for his chances If ho fell offin tho gully grass over there said another pointing toward the district from which tho horsus lad como Into the town Malcoms mind was in a whirl IIo may bo near by Wo ought not to leave him without looking for him As he spoke he heard the boys moth er saying as she faced Dorothy In the study My boy may never bo saved WoO got our hands fuU looking after tho town We might as well taco that fact no rain for two mouths water nil out of cisterns anti low In wells and that fire coming down on us 40 miles an hour said one of the business men Kirk looked around him The citi zens were coming out of tho stores and louses nUll tho whole town was roused to taco and fight the coming danger for It was true unless tho wind changed or died down Conrad was threatened with the fate which that year befell more than one ranch and settlement I bellcvo Dorothy would tell mo to go ho said to himself Then ho spoke aloud I dont feel like giv ing young Barton up It ho is anywhere near Wo can perhaps reach him be toro the flro reaches us Who will go with mo I wHtsaid Carver who was at Malcoms elbow Como on then Malcom cried And runIinhad come In Warn Butoa a 1lsieat d I 3otWhat are you trying to find kltu fore For his mother The men ran on Oat on the tMr horizon n line of lamas sod UKA er 25 miles long marched down r them nnd the town of dente v n prairie gale behind It and human and courage In Its path ITO se OOrrln ul 0 + ICE CREAM RECIPE How to Make This Alwnfn Wrlrnine and DcllcIoaH Sweet Ice cream may always be boar t but the process of mnklnx It kI11 y so simple and the cost to mush s that the ice cream freezer sh1come an catnbllshml housohoiri IT tton This recipe It carefully M i la sure to give satisfaction Il Pe four eggs and boat the yolks wi cupful of sugar and a small pin t It salt till quite stiff and pour eto i T thorn two cupfuls of hot milk w put this mixture lu tho doubly i o and cook until It begiN to ciat te spoon Have the whites of the to beaten thoroughly and add to them ie flavoring of whatever kind you and add to the milk and ofgfl wt ch you have removed from the tire The next thing Is to heat tho whole mixture steadily until It la cold 1 m onehalf pint of cream well whtp e l goes In and tho freezing may b cln This cream may be varied by the addi tion of chopped almonds brown In caramel sugar about one cupful of the almonds being the right proportion It may bo turned Into coffee Ice cream by omitting the almonds nod adding one half cupful of strong roffe just tstore freezing or again a little sherry va nilla and almond may be used for fla voring and some dry and pounded macaroons may be added before trees ing It maple sugar molted and hot Is used In place of the sugar In tho recipe and cooked In with the milk the cream becomes maple Ice cream In this case after the freezing tho cream should be covered with browned alid chopped almonds Slow lo Trent Linoleum A point to remember in connection with cleaning Is that when llnolmrrr Is used as a floor covering prnibbtui should rarely bo Indulged Id VYlum dampness gets underneath the linole urn the way has been found for Its speedy rotting It well swept wiped over with a merely moist cloth to re move nit stains and polished every once In awhile with turpentine nd beeswax good linoleum has no wear out to It and furthermore It lkswell as lung as It lasts It is a ticod plan to wipe It over with milk and wa tel or with linseed oil once every week or so Ifotr to Make Indian Pudding Put one pint of milk In Iron kettle over the fire Add good half pint of tao lasses piece of butter slue of an egg ono teaspoonful of salt one heaping teaspoonful of cinnamon oneQuarter teaspoonful of cloves and onehalf tea spoonful of allspice Thou stir In grad unity onehalf pint of cornmeal Cook slowly untlUlt thickens Beat an egg and stir it in a little cold milk Take kettle off stove and add milk and eggs Beat well then pour In a buttered dish and bake slowly three hours flow to De Beautiful If you want to have a good com plexion avoid greasy foods cakes pastry and sweets as well as all lightly seasoned dishes Dont eat b tween meals Eat plenty of fruit fresh and st wed and green vegetables under done beef and mutton white field and milk puddings Give up strong tea and coffee and If you find that any special food disagrees with you give It up nt once The stomach quickly reacts on the skin and takes Its revenge by giv ing It a muddy look flow to tAke Waldorf Corn Dread Beat the yolks of five eggs very light then add two cups of milk Sift one cup of meal ono cup of white Dour one tablespoonful of sugar and two rounded teaspoonfuls of baking pow der together and stir into the beaten eggs and milk Melt two tablespoonfuls of butter and stir Into the batter Beat the whites to a stiff froth fold Into the batter Grease a shallow Pin turn lu the batter and bake In a rood crate oven 35 or 40 minutes How to Tell Good Olives Eminent physicians prencribo olives largely for all sorts of nervous Un eases for Indigestion amid ga nllB They warn only against poor livs which are far from healthful A per feet olive Is of a yellowish preen tinjje hard unit when bitten tbo mouthful Is entire not mushy or spongy Toe stone should have a pinkish color nod the smell ought to bo fresh and at row able pays Good Housekeeping flow to Hunvt Clams Tho New England style of ronstlnc soft clnnm Is to remove them from the shells rinse them from sand wash the shells and after dipping the clam In melted butter return It to the deeper half of each shell 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Micbolasville KyI T Correspondence Leslie County Confluence Our Sundayschool is well attended and prosperous Candidates for county educes aro lartsITho day school at Continence ill making n good record J N huff is the teacher Marion County Lebanon ITlo Colored Might School Prof Smith Principal hold its first commencement Friday August 10 Rev P A White delivered tho ad dross and presented tho diplomas 1IL 0 Tiusloy made n speech tho was Our Bunion Boron Col lego was recommended to our young people as the place to go for higher education Jackson County Kirby Knobs D Azbill has moved to Berea Miss Ohio Hntfiold is tho now as sistant teacher hero Kolwrt Daugherty is viiiting his cousin Alson Baker at Panola A series of revival meetings is being conducted at the Clover Bottom church by Rev J Rowlitt anti others Will Flanory passed through hero on his way back to Berea from a visit to his homo in Owsley County Vows has just reached us from Big Hill of tho death of Mrs Aleck Settle on tho HUh iust Mrs Settle lived horn during her girlhood and is lovingly remembered by all Madison County Brnssflcld Joo Harris has added some im provements to his dwelling Wedding bolls aro ringing in those parts Particulars later Rhodes Ogg is preparing to mako extensive additions to his dwelling Miss M Frauds Parks died on Wednesday tho 7thoC consumption The ten montbs old baby of Mr and Mrs Ike Smith died Sunday night of pneumonia S C Bates who has Ion very low with stomach trouble is slowly im proving at this writing Traveling men report tho corn crops between hero and Red River to be the best in this part of tho State Not less than two thousand buckets of blackberries were delivered at this station bringing from 15 to 20 cents per bucket- A mulo belonging to Sam Maupin ran away Sunday throwing Mrs Maupin from tho buggy bruising her considerably about the face Tho buggy was a wreck Students who are on hand nt the opening of tho Fall Term have the best chance to got good banrding places and chances to work Owsley County Kvcriol Noos corn crop is finei men say that tho farmers of Evorsolo have tho lest crops they have soon any where The many cases of typhoid favor which has stricken BO many families throughout tho county aro all im pioving Tho Midway Sundayschool is doing good work Wo desire to thank the kind boys and girls for their as sistance in the work James Bolin who was recently released from tho penitentiary on parole is in very poor health It is hoped tho change will do him good Wo aro having plenty of rain at present and tho crops am greatly im proved Lot us ho thankful for the gentle rain that fills our barns with plentyThe Teachers Institute hold at Boonoville last week was a grand suc cess Prof Carnahan is an able in structor old stands high in tho esti mation of the teachers of our moun tain counties Wo aro glad ho in to bo at Berea next year Tho schools of Owsloy County are progressing nicely Your correspon dent has had the pleasure of visiting the following teachers C H Moore S A Gabbard S 1 Caudoll C B Moore and Moridith Gabbard all of whom wore students at Beroa Col loge THE GITIZENBEREA KYAUGUST 22 1901 Owsley County Teachers Institute Tho Thirtieth Annual Teachers In stitute of Owsloy County convened in Boonevillo Monday Aug 5 I1KI Prof J W Carnahan of heron conducted the Institute Thorn worn sixtyfivu teachers in nttendnnce also several visiting teachers nnd promi nont educators froth different parts of the State hack of space provosts us from giving a detailed report of the mooting hut wo are sure that this convention was the most successful of its kind over held in Owsloy county Thin Institute IlIslllllifO days nnd in closing passed the following resolu tints RESOLVKD That we thin teachers of Owsloy county believing that educa tion is necessary to Iho peace anti happiness of any people do pledge ourselves to continuo tho develop ment of our powers ns teachers by entering some good institution of learning during the time between tho close and legiuniiig of our schools II That wo heartily endorse every institution of learning wherever it may be which hiss for its object tho moral and religious culture of our youthand the diffusion of knowledge among our people III That we extern our warmest friendship to Mr John Lakalll heartily approve of tho work in which he is ongnged IV That we flincerel11IliflvlJ this to have lOn tho mast successful in stituto over carried on in Owsloy county and believe that thin success of tho same has been largely dun to untiring efforts of our able instructor IwartythnllkMarsh Holcomb Sewell and all other visitors who have so earnestly aided in this work Wo also extent our grateful thinks to the people of Boonevillo for tho hospitality they showed us during the week VI That wo UfO proud of our touchers and fool that tiny lire awoke uplnthem A Chance for You There is n good citation for strong and willing young men lo earn mon ey for school expenses in Bona this Fall by work on tho Farm and in the Brick Yardand at other work These chances are only for such ns will bo hero in tho Full Term begin fling September IIand thin work must bo engaged beforehand For particulars address W C IAnnLu Secretary Berea Ky A handfull of glassos will not holp your oyoslght If you woar thorn all unless your vision has boon proporly tostod and tho right Ions fitted That Is Just whoro tho skill of an optician comes to your aid If I tost your oyos you will bo sure of getting tho right glass es and will havo ploasuro and satisfaction In wearing thorn EXAMINATION FREE T A ROBINSON Welch Block Berea Ky THE SCHOOL K llle l by J WDItwmorc scan of the Nor mar Dvimrtmciit Item CollcKO Rending Tho importance of good rending is admittedoverwhuru and ns much timo is devoted to its teaching as to any other study yet them is moro just complaint made of poor totaling than of any other thing taught in the schools Part of thin trouble is undeniably tine to the quality of the touching but by no means till Much of it teats front till small amount of rend ing matter supplied tho children The only way to learn to rend is to rend IVactico nukes perfect in this as in everything else In ninny cases aeldld is supplied with a first second or thirdreader for each year of school Thin book can IH rend through by a reaily reader in n fow lour is prneti cnlly commited to memory with one or two repetitions nnd is henceforth useless for learning to rend Now material is absolutely pssontial for rapid progress It is n very common thing to find children able to repent tho lessons word for wonl without tho took Such practice is not rend ing and for thin purpose intended is timn wasted- A first or second render does not contain ns much matter as a single ordinary nowHpajwr that a man will rend in an hour throw aside and never want to see again Is it reason able lillY in it right to confine a child to one such hook for several months and oxx ct him to learn to rend t Leek of sufficient rending matter ia Ihu chief cause of the minerable stunt ling halting style of reading found mnny schools Teachers complnin that the pupils are in renders too difficult for their ability which is certainly true If thin wonls art not understood the meaning of the lesson is not comprehend ed and tho main object is lost Such work is wholly uninteresting either to child or grown person nut n complete progressTho tho child back into u reader less advanc ed but such a course is tot easily ef fected and next to useless when it is done To compel a child to spend another veer reading a nook he is al ready sick of is a cause for tears and frequently for quitting school Who can blame him for revolting at such procedure Such n is worse than the disease and in feet is not n remedy at all for no one will learn to rend in that way The trouble is ho wets kept in the old hookentirely too long It wns not n harder book that was needed but u different one of about tho satin grade lien lies tho remedy and is a very easy and simple 0110 pupilhoultlltaestead of out Third and fourth rend ers contain more and two n your may answer The ndditionnl cost is too trilling for consideration whoa com pared with the iHiiefit that would nc cruo Besides three renders will lost threw times ns long as one render and most families will find abundant use for thom Such n plan as tho above is especially needed where there is little or no reading in tho homo Some children many tunics as much at pomp as their readers fur nish suet thereby learn to touch readi ly and acquire a taste for it but no such ortunityamI to them those lludittonalreaders with bright Iresh literature would hon godsend Furnish plenty of good reading matter and ctiltivatoig taste for it anti the difficulties of will vanish away Teachers with tact and oar nesuioos can by argument and per suasion do much to bring about thus desirable change and tho result will moro than repay the effort u The Berea Banking Company Will bogin business Sopt 3 I9OI Capital ffilSOOO Wo solicit tho accounts of corporations firms and Individuals Courtosy promptness and liberality extended c Correspondence and personal interviews invited z i DIRECTORS c A T FISH S E WELCH TItI W F KIDD B It ROBINSON J L GAY A T FISH President S E WELCH JR Vicolrosident W H POUTER Cashier No More Vermin and its Attending Evils Our Peerless Poultry and Animal Fuinigator will positively rid fowls and animals of lice in and germs of every kind It is worth ninny times its price Costs but little No trouble to UNO Lasts for years Big Inducements to Agents B CODD1NQTON Co Bcrca Ky h THE HOME The Kind of Coverlets That Berea College Will Buy I lava been for nearly two years to make a market for old fash indigo blue coverlets or cover lids as they are eolnmonlr called I IIltolllfltblltnot bo extended unless tho quality of improvedIts to think that allY kind of work will sell It will not sell unless it is carefully and faithfully done If people buy the coverlets they buy them because they are beautifully spun from thin best wool beautifully and evenly dyed mid beautifully woven That is thin work must ho skilfully dud honestly dono and with the Ixwt mnterials tint cnn bo obtained Tho cotton chain must not bo too flute The lost that can IMI found is not too good It should Ixi soft and plinhlo when the fabric is woven Tho yarn must hsnd spun nnd not too flue it must ho coarse enough wnlHhtSomnfactoryspun yarn they will never know thin difforoneoT That is a great mistake If you cheat in that WilY you will lose tho chance to soil coverlets at all thoroughlyBono and scour out thu yarn until tho color law not rub off when the yarn is handled All tho yarn in n coverlet must of exactly the sane color Perhaps you do not mind if there are two or three different shades of blue but you must romemlxir that no our wants to buy sued coverlets The pattern chosen should not ho- too large The favorite patterns are tho Blooms and t 10 Chariot Wheel II They contain a pleasing combination of straight smith curvtsl PIOllolikosquares or entirely of curves lather is tiresome to tho eye Thin cloy should fully a yard wide tho wilier the lx ttor Put in tho draft that you will have thin oslgnThenyou fold acioas thin breadth in the middle of tho length of tho pattern your coverlet will hit in tho seam exactly Tho edge or selvage should 155 neatly halo that tho seam can lx Hewed overhand Tho weaving must Ixj Ixtatcn in evenly so that ore breadth will not IMI fuller than tlul other when the seam is mode M intake in following thin thrust willruin your coverlet so also wit any baulks or errors of any kitH in weaving Tho coverlet must fully two ami one hnif yards long There is a de tlUnrter1I1I11timI have had a meat ninny offers of coverlets from dittorent wenvem for tho coming year 11m0 now on hand nearly ns many ns Isold laat your and I said Ixrfore it is impos sible to Hell coverlets unless they are well mado Icap not make any litlessis firstclass in every respect often have defective coverlets sain and when I jwint out thisdefects tho weaver seems to think that bo catiHo sho can explain how till defect was caused it ought to sell just as if wore x rfoct Tho fact thud you have worked hard anti that circumstances wore unfavorable can not ho taken into couHiilnrntion when the cash value of coverlet in reckoned- So too dishonest work or methods porsisleilinmarket for homospun The homespun industry may if rightly followed 1m n gust source of income for tho women of tho Ken tucky mountains It menus a urcat deal of hard work and patience and Mrsistonco but it will pay if well nail diligently followed And it is because of my interest in the industry as a help to my sisters in the moun tains that I have tried to explain so carefully exactly what will make their work successful JOSEPHINE A HOIUNHON WANTKII C rUe rclUbln Twin In ncr ninety to represent largo cmnpiinjr of n llil Sean rUl ivpuUtlon 1JM unary usr your lwrable weekly ii Ir day at ohttely aura and ullniwn MI klralglit Ixiim flclc ileflulU wiUry no rom mlwilon Notary ittld each HutiinUjr and OXIXIIM money mlrmmil each week STANDARD IIOUHK XII ST THE FARM IdllUnJ by 0 M4 ITorwor nl lloill culture Iloron ColicHe A Little Farm Well Drained Partners in America are likely to ovoriHtiinalc tho importance of broad acres nnd measure their wealth by tho size of thmr farms In cutting fnrniH out of forests thin larger thin clearing tho granter was the opK r tunlty and in conquering tho prnirios tho chnncos of profit worn measured by the size of thn breaking Added to thus nuttirnl need of space thorn hats always boon thin feeling that haunt itself will pay for keeping in tits progress of settionu 1tt This accounts for thin fact that an average farm in tho United States Iii still morn than lTO acres with loss than throe fifths ot it tilled Tho umjority of farmers am land poor unable to use to good advantage tho acres they hold It in worth wliilu to know that in a largo purl of tho world tho shallIfarms Lire till thrifty homos pooplo Four liftlis of Bavaria Belgian std Swil7ArllllHlllru in farms or oss than twelve ncnw Tho rich Isle of Jersey in no divided that mi average farm in night acri Outs thin of Franco in farmed by owners of seven and onehalf micros Prussia him KXOOQ fnrum of loss thou four acres Tho productivnniwtt of these small faros shows thin truth of lieu Franklins maxim Tho b Ht manure for the farm till fool of iU owner But thorn are Hxxml reasons for thn thrift on small fnrniH growing out of tho dose attention possible over tho small space and worthy tho study of all farmers ThoNinall farmorcnn not of course use tho grunt lalfermiving machines which aro applied to ennui raining and wheat raising on thousand acne farms but ho cnn use his own ingenuity to every tiny advantage in a hundred ways Ho can know every foot of soil on his farm nut adapt his crop and methods to its use Ho can select thn Handy ajiotM for his early cropH and tho heavier soil for later use He cnn nlTonl to maths tho muck pit fur nitm manure for thin knollH Ho can Hiipply the vacancies in his cornfield front poor easel or bad weather with cabbage planls or turnips He in la vitod to diligence every day by haying both tho crops and tho weeds under his eye Ho known that ovary stroke nut every thought counts for he serfs its eiri cL low largo farmers however hard they work lint aide to lists to lulvnn ago nil their time on tho largo under takings and do not easily turn their thought to smaller things Men on thin great wheat farms after condense a yenrH work into about tlireo months sad wait for the crop all tho rest of tho year Small farmers are likely to plan such n Hiie tssion of emits an to use both tho land nut their time to ml vantage throughout the year Early potatoes will Ise marketed in timo to give n crop of turnip on thin name Jaud anti keep all hinds busy But among this ehG oconomicH in tho saving of small waste which may make rill the difference lx twoon thrift and failure On thin small farm every fence corner counts on tho larger farms them are too many corners to pat counted Tho hones of thin small farm Jot tho droppings nod tho HcntteringH thin large farmer feeds Hocks of hints and vermin Tho small fnnn finds a market for iU Hiuall pro ducts not a pock or n pound is left to wast or decay Tim largo farmer can not bother with pecks or pounds and they rot r Tho chief advantage of thin small farmer is in lading regular customers who expect him to supply their want in certain definite lines and enjoy laying a fair price for fresh eggs vegetables and fruit without higgling Them conditions furnish i the last incentive to honest work and a table life on tho farm G T F BEREA COLLEGEFounded J Places the Best Education in Reach of All Over ao Touchers 8UU Student from ISO States Largest College Library In Kentucky NO SALOONS Trade Schools Carpentry Printing Housework Nursing two years Model Schools General Education and fitting for advancer courses For those ttifflcienlly advanced to get a teachers certificate Applied Science Two years course with Agriculture for young men anti Domestic Science for young ladies Normal Course Two years with practice teaching Academy Course Four years fitting for College for business and College Course Literary Philosophical Classical for life Music Rood Organ Choral free Vocal Piano Theory Wo are hero to help all who will help themselves toward a Christian placation Our instruction is a free gift Students pay a small incidental tote to moot expenses of the school apart from instruction apt moat also pay for board in advance Expenses for term 12 weeks may bo brought within 2400 about fM to be paid in advance Tho school is endorsed by Baptists Congregationalist Disciples Method iota Presbyterians and good people of all donominntions- For information and friendly advice address the Secretary W O GAMBLE Beroa MadlBou Co Ky 1 I r