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An Independent Weekly Devoted to the RcvJOfINDODWEllManagcrT HE CITIZEN Interests of THE HOME 60 CENTS FARM A YEAR SCHOOL j II OIJIII A Family Taper I1EKEA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY AUGUST 29 1901 Fifty cents n year NO 10Il1IUIiASNoumn cnn preach ubovu lim life Ddnt you wish you had u patch of cowpciiH flan for next year Only the jtowor thnt nmkoH it world can iimko a Christian J Wllllloy SomocropH Kf potatoes nr taking nccond growth Bettor look nt yours If you know that tomorrow was to to yrtnr 11 lit lay on earth whit would you do today Take i r Notice Vo will IHHUII n npixMnl number of of TUB CITIZHN nit Thurwlny A iimttor of nt11 moment in din w 1111 thl School1 column thus lllk Road it everybody ijtxt Saturday 1111 p m Imflidnut t lrolll will preach nt Mallory Springs Oo mid hear n practical Hormon TUB CrfizKX would npprcclnln oo ciiHiotml Hhort nowiiy lulKom from Ih ron HtudiMitfl who urn teaching UKWH about your pchoata FROM THE WIDE WORLD Thin hnrvrol of cur 8IN this year ill IliiHHln will 1m the largwt for many yuan punt Then Czar in an autograph letter definitely ncccplfd Emperor Will itimH invitation to attend tlm naval inaneuvern nt DantzU1 In 11100 thorn vn I721817fW postal iickagra delivorwl in Great Britain nod Iruland and tlio public deported in tho Savings banks 22- 5rsi iso Itlfj currently reported In Kuamiin circlwi LIllie tho CZAr liaR decided to brooch SoutUAticaiu Intervention to KtnjMtror William anti 1nwident LoiriKil lo roiwidorfl the time op Krtiino for friondly tmliiition jI = 41M Olfri OWrTCOdHTRT Nearly 17000000 hits lxm fluh dcribod towards tho otiisiaim Pur chaw Exposition to Iw told at St Loumln IlKW The oiliwniB of Cnntrnlin III mot in nabs mashing Monday night and denounced the Mayor and City Coun cil for collusion with the saloon keep urn Thorn nro in tho Unllwl States au forest rwMMrvationn covering nearly I7KXK0 acres Most of thowj roo bomw arc In tho Rocky Mountain Region and in tho Pacifio Coant State JamtH Mhitford Hanliford PaHit dent of Ohio Vwdoynn University a has lrnetlrhosen Prt Hidont of North weHUirn Uniformly 110 wan offered t tilt jHwition Saturday on hm arrival in Chicago from California Tho Montana land nalo will lx gin September 18 Throo million IIcrAI of State hunts am to 1o offenxl publld auction No land will ho sold for lows than 30 111 aero und if not sold will INI leaned to the hlghoht bUldor COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Chief of Polloo John Mel Ross of Lexington waif dismissed1Irom of fice Fridar last Uelwoon ro and ciwoa of typhoid fovor nio mPortKI in Newcastle anti IMtwmulvillo floury county ThqWnyno county oil boom con tinum unabntad Thn Standnrd Oil Company fa distributing largo piles for u now lino Mrs Bikjkham wife of tho Govern or id roiwrtod IM being much hoUr PlijHiciaim say sho in nuirering from malarial fever Tiio allegtxl inunlorerHof Mrs Hall nUll 11IIOIJ in LolchorCo aro grant ed a change of vonuo from Whites t burg to Pinovillo- It is predicted that 21000 minors in Kentucky will soon bo idlo indoli uitoly IwcaiiHft of the differences bo tweon tho minors and operators About tUXX pornons attended the South District Baptist Association at Doctors Fork Church Perryyille which concluded its session last Fri day irbreodvvo Hurl county is alainied by the appimranco of spinal monin h gitis Will ICngland n prominent cilium was takun sick Tliurwhiy mud diml Friday Last Friday a largo wife whiih was Ptboimg moved in tho Louisvillu Court fell from thn second story in the rotunda and narrowly mused du i straying thu statue of floury Cloy State Sundayschool Association Tim State Sunday school Associa tion mot in convention at Danvillo last week Madison county sent wov en delegates Rov Dr Burgess and ROY C A Van Winklo represented tho Suudny schools at Berea Dr Burgess says the convention was a splendid success and that upwards ol threo hundred delegates wow in at teudnnco Many Sundayschool spa cialists from Louisville Cincinnati and other prominent places wore present and took active part in the meetings It was assorted that eighty por tent of all church ad ditions como from tho Sundayschool ihlT0 A Vanwinklo is vicopresident of the Glado District Ho promises to hold n convention at an early date Y M C A Greeting- To all young mon who are coining to Uoroa this Fall Our doors are open wo bid you wel como and extend to you the right hand of fellowship and brotherly lovo The regular meetings of our associa lion are hold on Sunday evening at the vesper hour when wo gather for praise and prayer Wo earnestly desiro and cordially invited your attendance at all our meetings Como thou with us and we will do theo good Memlxirs of our association will bo oil tho excursion by which you come to Berea Look for the badge Any information you need will ho gladly given by these brethren Hoping to meet you at tho opening of Jlio Fall Term Faithfully yours Boron Y M C A By Request republish tho following bills of faro suggested by tho Housekeepers Club and published in TilE CITIZEN Aug 8 1001 BILL or FARE No1 LViNmNT me VARIABLE Tin Itrc RATIOS WORK RATIO ft Ibs Hour 12 lbs hoof 10 HM graham liIe mutton 3 IIoat tnwij IIe bacon 10 IIcorn uioal 2Ie heed liver 0 II hominy Ieeal 2Ie butter 1 IIIlOrk 2 Ie8uot 10Ie potatoes 3II cabbago 2II carrots 2II onions 2 sugar Cost x rnon 30 days Sltti u week85f II I day 121 BILL UF FARE No 2 Constants same as in No1 VARUKLU Tag RATION 10 His boor or mutloii 2or 11 doz eggs 8 IMMIIIR mud peas lliU fikimniod milk 2 IelIIot Cost jxirson days 1350 week 819 tiny 117 BILL OF FARE No3 Constanta same as in Nos 1 and 2 VARIAKIni Till RATION 10 Ibs hoof or mutton 2 Ie8alt codfish Iiu fresh fish 2Ie cheese 2 IesnIt pork 2 IIIIUOt Cost portion SO days S3r 2 week 82 II day 117 How Berea Looks After Her Students Householders Permit Ono of the chief glories of our Col logo is Itearo for tho reputation tho morals the manners and tho char actor of its young men and woman Our young people not only learn how to keep accounts sing and tint first class certifrnllflthny also loam how to bohuvo A now rule hook or Students Manual is now being printed which is shorter and simpler than tho oltl one hill contains some now informa tion and one or two now regulations Ono of these now regulations is that students who do not live at home must Iward in College buildings or with such families as have from the College authorities a householders permit to hoard students Mr Os borne the Treasurer is Chairman of tho Committee which gives those per mits and those who wish to have student boarders should consult with himAt London and in fact most schools the plan is to bare all students lire in College buildings whore they can bo looked after by their teachers But Borua has room for only a small part of its students Tho Collego aNo while it will try to got moro buildings for warding students pre fers to help tho citizens by letting them board a large part of tho young peopleBut itlR quite a business to boar students anti it is not everybody who can do it- Thera has boon more or less trouble in the matter New students some times engage board with people who care nothing for thorn or for the Col loge except to get their money and naturally such students got homesick are tempted into bad company and go wrong On time other hand young people occasionally find their way to Berea who do not know how to treat their ImnrdinghouBO keeper as ladies and gentlemen should and thoy make unnmsoiyihlo complaints waste food injure furniture disturb peoplo in time hoiiso need go off without paying thoir loan Now thn householders permit is a kind of contract showing tho duties of Iwth parties Tho householder agrees to koop nn orderly house and tho College agrees to admonish and if necessary oven expel any student who wrongs a householder Ri ally a family that koops student lK nnters is in partnership with tho College and the householders per mit will help lolls parties to under stool each other und assist each other Our citizens are helping in the OtJUCl ton of tho hundreds of young men and young womon who como to Bo ron ns truly as tho toncuora And wo urn proud of our work rf- Wo nro uol disposed to overlook the fuel that the inUtrraji or tim bank nuil those of thn jxxplo aro cloudy bound together Thoy cnnnol hj any moans ho soparaled Tho Borra Hanking Co Repair That Loom Homespun is coming into fashion again and our girls should koop up the art of spinning Boron College is fouling n markot for the products of fireside industry which may bring education and comfort to many homos Wo can pay for wollwovon linen 40 cents a yard jeans fj cents linsoy f0 emits woll matched bed coverlets 4 to i Talent dyes not accepted oldfashionod indigo preferred For information address JOSEPHINE A ItoniNSQN Homespun Exchange Boron Ky WANTED Cipablo reliable pomoti in every ouuutjr to rcprt8 lIt largo comjiany of Bond flimn Mal rtinitatlnii 1xNi salary per year taynble weekly n tar Jay nlMolutcljr euro and all ex en ac trnlilit IMmafiol dcflnllo nalary no cm mlwlou salary 111111 Saturday and pipeline money advanced each week STANDARD HOUSE DMRHORN ST TO TIlE DEAFA rich lady cured of her Deafness and Noises in tho head by Dr Nicholson Artificial Ear Drums gave 25000 to his Insti tutu that dual people unable to procuro tho Ear Drums nay have thorn free Address No 1314 The Nicholson Institute 780 Eighth Are nuo Now York G20 02 FOR SALE remTwo Fine- Kitchen Cabinets 12 EACH At COLLEGE SHOP Miettt FOR A SltBtllM IHkKeetlnglusfnessPH TjpeWrlllng TelgraphJ IAddrut WILBUR Re SMITH LEXINGTON KY Pot circular of hti firnoo toil mmnilbla WorldsEzpotuon1Rfen TuteonBpecialtiu1IrTh dMlrrtNormcmtlan oltWILBUR KELLOGG WITHENBDRY Wholesale Grocers Irvine St Richmond Ky A full line of Staple Groceries carried at all times Mail and Phone Orders receive prompt shipment This is the picture of the plow that did such wonderfulexecution in the enormous patch of weeds on the college farm Aug 26 1901 witnessed by S C Mason J M Early J P Bicknell t Dick Voodford J J Bnmnaimn E Moran G Shocklcy J Richard son andothersif you want to know about it write us or Prof S C MASON Bicknell Early SHOES We are greatly enlarging our Shoe De partment and before many days well show the Completest Stock of Mens Fine Footwear ever seen in Richmond Style and quality will please you and prices will save you money Covington Banks t Richmond Ky OUTFITTERS FOR MEN AND BOYS T C LOWRY ATTORNEYATLAWRichmond BUILDINGMAIN STREET Collections And Real Estate Specially EBMcCOYDentlstBerea C I OGG Firstclass Photography Center Strut Brea Ky MEAT MARKET 1 have reopened the Meat Mar ket on Main Street Fresh Meats VegetablesinM B RAMSEY Berea Ky Three Years in Richmond And out of all tho sots of teeth that havo boon made at my office if thoro is ono sot or any sots that show any defects I will mako a now set froo Wo aro making tho best set of tooth in tho world for 7 CO and if delects show in 3vo years wo givo you a new set froo This applies to all tho tooth I have made or am going to make tho best alloy fills in tho world at 7G cents DR HOBSON Dentist Permanently located in tho Hobson Building noxt door to Gov ernment Building Richmond Kentucky Reference Richmond National Bank Special Price to Students INVEST WITH The Ideal Realty Guarantee Co RESERVE BETTER 1 CONTRACTS PLANS Than any other company doing business in the State Those seeking honest legitimate investments will receivo our most cordial and thoroughattention DR C E SMOOTn MgrJCapital Stock 10000HOME OFFICE RICHMOND KY FINE FURNITURE SALE I It will bo to your interest to inspect our stock before your buy Wo have tho goods and will certainly most your viows as to prices Hardwood Oak and Mahogany Bedroom Suites Iron Beds und Couches at special bargain prices during tho mouth Everything in the Furniture Line Great Sale on Carpots and Rugs for Cash Wo invito all our Boron Friends and all Oitizou subscribers to call and inspect before ranking purchase- sUNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY KyNightnu A GREAT DISTRIBUTION A Distribution of BARGAINS Is going on from day to day In our Store In Ladles Misses and Childrens Shoes and Slippers Mens Yicl Yallonr and Box Calf Shoes and Oxfords Boys and Youths Shoes In our line of NEGLIGEE SHIRTS UNDERWEAR SUSPEN uptodateplete and practical waist on the market Our HA rand CAP Department is Uptodate In Our NECKWEAR DEPARTMENT all the latest sensations and our Washable Tics arc the newest and most varied line of this class of goods on the market In this Distribution Everything Goesl If you find Prices Lower than Ours you may be sure the Quality of goods is inferior to that we arc offering DOUGLAS CRUTCHER 207 W Main St Richmond Ky Fall is the Time to Study Fall Term Opens Sept 11 1901 ITHE CITIZEN I A Weekly Newspaper I 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 TilE CITIZEN brings first of ill the newsnot every tale f crime or horror but the im portant news the news from Washington and the State capital from our soldiers in far off islands from our neigh bors everywhere For the young folks we have a story and a Bible lesson for house wives a few new ideas each weekwhich should lighten thtir labors for the farmer some valuable hints which will help him to make more from his land and cattle We propose to get the bes ideas that can be found on all such practical and importan- matters and pass them aroun among our readers The resources of Berea College ar not for its students alone The editor of this paper can at any time step into the largest Col lege library in the State and he has engaged several of the most distinguished instructors in the College to take charge of special departments in the paper Those who are visited by TilE 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 alltemperancet- hrift kindness enterprise and education And we ask allwho believe in these things o subscribe for TilE CITIZEN Madison County Madison Institute will open for the Fall Term next Monday A large ate tendance ia expected The County Teachers Association will meet at Bybeetowu next Satur day Aug 31at 10 a m Next Monday is County Cort day and the ladies of the Whites Station Presbyterian Church will furnish dinner at the Garuett House YOUR BANKINGNo matter how small no matter how large The Berea Banking Co will give it careful attention This message to the men and women alike Dr M C Heath and J K Worrel have filed in court a petition alleging that County Clerk John F White in filing oil leases secured by them one tered 36 of said leases in his own name White claims prior leases Articles incorporating the new col legiate institute in Richmond to be known aa the Walters Collegiate In titute have been filed of the County Clerk Twentyone names are mentioned in the charter us iucor poritors For Representative Thompson Burnam County Judge E B Mill ion the present incumbent County Clerk John C Hondren County At torneyiHon E T Burnam George Young Sheriff William West Assessor John W Mores Superintendent of Schools John L Car a pouter Coroner Fred Walker No nomination for Surveyor was made The Republicans of Madison coun ty met in convention at the Court SaturdayTheand very enthusiastic Good order and harmony characterized the pro ceedings The meeting was called to order nt 2 p m and the following gentlemen were nominated for the srvttrtl offices to be filled at the nine tion nn November 5 1901 Public Sale On Saturday Sept 7 I will of fer for sale to the highest bidder my Farm Situated 2 miles from Berea near Richmond Pike containing 130 acres about Co acres in culti vation The place is well watered by Joes Lick Creek a good wellI of soft water and two never failing springs There is a comfortable 5room house a good cellar two story smoke house and goodnew barn on the place also a good young orchard in bearing I will also offer for sale the crop on the farm farming implements andI household furniture For terms apply to JEROME B TERRILL Berea Ky I LOCAL AND PERSONALI Fresh bread at Bicknell Early Tho fever patients aro all doing nicely Pros Frost is expected homo Saturday BllildingisvisitingrelatinsB T Tankersley made a busineai trip in Clark County last week A large crowd attended the Co vention at Richmond Saturday Albert Reynolds of Co was here several days last week T R Robinson is traveling for Kel log Withenbury of Richmond Treasurer Osborne has returned MichiganJoe tri to Winchester the first of the week T P Wyatt is building a now dwelling on his land near the depot The gallery which is being built in completedWill spent last week here visiting relative- 1V T Hacker and family of Okl homa visited Mrs Anna Allen last weekIt the purpose of the Berea Bank ing Co to deal justly and libelall with all- Miss Laura Robiuson visited her pattt ot last week Edwiu B spent Sat urda JamesdMr and Mr Frank Riter of Whites andeMisses Nannie and Mattie Bales who are teaching school in Rockcaatlo were here Sunday Mrs K U Putnam is nltondm the Teachers Institute at Irvine i session this week We offer you the facilities of a we moneyed and well equipped bank The BEREA BASKING tio Miss Sarah Johnson of Jackso- County visited her sister Mrs D N Welch last week Mrs Hanna Allen was called to Grays Ky on account of the serious illness of her sister holilinfitheCounty at Jamestown Miss Daisy Coddingtou has re turned home after an extended visit in CountyC Cane has the contract for painting the new Administration Building daughterBerthavisit to relatives at McKee Prof Dinsmoro who has been attending institutes in the mountain counties has returned home We will be open for business TuoH11 coroiallyinviteding Co T A Robinson has purchased the DepotStrootC M Richardson was married Aug 23 in Louisville to Miss Annia M Wilson of Bainbridge Ind Arthur Yocum who has boon spending the summer at Lake Chau TuesdayProf have completed their wedding trip and ar at home in the Coddington house Mr and Mrs Robt Kidd of Travelers Rest returned home Fri day Kidd accompanied by their son W F Prof T G Pasco leaves for Cumberland l Gap Tenn Monday where he will in the Lincoln Memorial University BankingCoaccommodation within the range o bankingW is working ten meat n his mill near the depot He shipped two cars of staves and one of excelsior last week Your little savings deposited The Berea Banking time theybecomeit little folks Mr Allen Dobbs and family and Miss Lizzie Bogio have just returned to their home in Marshall Mo from a trip to Oklahoma Ty The whole wagonWaller oldcom biped stallion took the blue ribbon at both the Berea and Brodhead fairs As a harness and saddle animal Mr beatWHEN secured a bank book he is often eager to add more money to his account Thus little by little the habit of saving He should be encouraged tutorinCollege 1900 was recently married to Miss Elizabeth Mae Sabin Mr and Mrs White will make their home in Cisco Tex We are very sorry to say that the bright baby girl born to Mr and Mrs Clarence Koyle Saturday morn dayThoSunday afternoon Running water sometimes causes dizziness Prof Marsh while on a Michiganlosting to search for the lost property ho lost his gold watch We are glad to know the Prof baa recovered the valuables CongrogationalChurch the bank as follows Sundayschool at 930 am 730 pm on Wednoodaynight Ground has been broken for a church building on Chestnut Street opposite the end of Ellipse Street near E P Fairchilds I FROM FOUR STATES RECENT EVENTS OF INTEREST IN THIS VICINITY Knight Templar Take PotirMlon of liouldvlltn Itnld on Ioulroum at Newport Watnripout Online Flood In Ohio County Mob Folded Louisville Ky Aug 27Tho rush conclaverewas on In earnest Monday told by night the Kentucky metropolis was completely TrainsnSir Knights and their ladles As the trains traveled la sections and there toro proceeded with unusual care they were generally behind their schedules fhu streets were tilled with marching detachments and the satped the various commanderles to their headquarters Scarcely building was without Its streamers or a gorgeous dress of bunting Even shop windows wore trimmed In Masonic emblems and street fakirs not to bo outdone paint balloonsaqyartera the opinion was expressed that tho conclave which begins Tues overy60000 visitors In the city Monday was given up to Informal reunions and tho escorting of com theybegan at 8 p m when the grand com mandery of Kentucky and the sober dinate commandcrlcs of the state gave a reception to ofllcors and members of the grand encampment at the CUll torn houso Grand Master Reuben II Lloyd of Masteruan o 1of the accepted tlate which makes Stoddard Mr Lloyds successor as grand master of tho grand encamp mannwho to spent an In earnest conversation concerning af fairs of tho grand encampment Gov ernor Yates of Illinois and Governor DurbIn of Indiana arrived with the commanderles from their states Major John II Leathers was grand marshal and 40000 sir knights were In lino In tho big parade Tuesday morning This pageant extended over a route of four mites and will be tho crowning glory of the conclave KnIghts Templars from nearly every nook and cranny of the country In cluding oven Honolulu were In line niThe course of the parade was a nut toting show of bunting flags and streamers and nearly every ono of them bearing some sign of welcome Poolrooms Raided Cincinnati Aug 24Tho troubles of tho poolrooms across the river were renewed Friday when Sheriff Miller of Campbell county raided and arrested the proprietors of the room which was opened Wednesday at Hubcra Oar den Just outside of the corporate line of Newport Ky The rooms closed out In Covlngton Tuesday owing to the opposition of the local courts and It was expected that they could oper ate In their new location unmolested Affidavits were made charging the proprietors and attaches with keeping boundeover to the grand jury and released oa 1500 balL Lynching Bee Prevented Lebanon Ky Aug HAn unsuc cessful attempt was wade to lynch Dan Hotten and Charles Shipp who are confined In the Marlon county jail charged with murder The mob called nt the houso of Jailor Jackson Clayton but his wife refused them tho keys to to tho whenfOfficer Brant who was secreted in a coal shed nearby opened fire upon them The mob returned tho tire but no ono was hit Tho mob dispersed Cloudburst In Kentucky 24Reportstowaterycounty A number of houses were washed away and much live stock drowned The Rough river Into which Darnells creek flows Is backed up for 10 miles by the flood water It Is feared some lives wore lost Tho locality Is remote from telephone or tel egraph communication Bank Quit Business Marietta 0 Aug 27 Owing to tho failure of the Superior Street Savings and Ranking company at Cleveland the New Matamoras bank of Washing ton county a private banking con cern has suspended Owners able to pay loss but will hardly resume WifeMurderer Hanged Roanoke Va AUK 24John Fu gate a negro 21 was hanged at Wise Va for the murder noar Toms Creek Va Juno 0 of Martha Wells a col ored woman Fugato displayed great nerve confessing hIs guilt Killed His Cellmate Greenville Tenn Aug 26 James Ross and Walter Pierce negroes were committed to jail Saturday night on trivial offenses and put In the same cell The men fought with knives and Ross killed PIerce To Escape a Mob Lexington Ky Aug 27Macklln Coonoy white 10 was brought here from Versailles to escape a mob Ho Is charged with attempting to crimi nally assault Mary Hays 9 of near Versailles Town Destroyed Memphis Tenn Aug 2C Tiplon v lie Tcnn the couaty seat of Lake ounty was almost entirely destroyed y Sire Loss not fully knows CONFLICTING CLAIM Bovepth Week of hit Strike Opens With Hoth Mdps Firm Ilttsbiirg Aug 2Gln furtherance etrlkorldden mills of the United States Steel corporation are promised for tho present week that will change tho aspect of affairs considerably If carried out It was stated on good authority that before the end of tho week plants that have been operating on single turn would bo run with full force and for tho usual three full turns each day Men enough have been secured for this purpose officials say In spite of tho cIms of the strikers that tho companies could not get enough men to operate their plants and the managers of the van ous mills say they will be ready with all the eklllod men required U start up the machinery and turn ont a heavy tonnage Repairs aro In prog rose at tho Star mill where the com patsy proposes to place this wuok men enough to work tho tour double mlllt there full turns When the strikers wore told of tho claims of tho officials of tho Star mill they denied that there wero as many skilled men at work as was claimed and nalil those who were In tho plant were sent there from the Monemen plant which was being crippled In ore dor to accomplish this work Stren uous denials were also rondo regard ing alleged desertions from the Amal gamated ranks to nil positions offered by the corporation and It was said that It would be Impossible to obtain men enough to operate the plant with out retlllng the strIke There was no change in the situa tion regarding tho tube mills Tho mills are quiet and former employes remained away from tho plants It Is understood that officials of tho Na tional Tubo company have practical determined not to start those plants for tho present Havana Poitofflco Money Stolen Havana Aug 27 B C Westall chief of the money order bureau of the Havana posloffico left the office as usual with tho surplus remittance to pay Into tho treasury The amount was 1000 Ho took an omnibus and according to his statement placed the packet containing tho money on the seat by his side lie read a newspaper until ho reached tho point where he was to alight and when about to leave tho omnibus he found that the packet was missing Two boys who wore In tho omnibus at tho lima say they saw a mulatto throw a packet to a negro In the street Mr Wesall Is under a bond of 110000 The matter will be left to Iho courts for decision Bashford Chosen Chicago Aug 24James Whltford Dashford president of Ohio Wosloyan university has been chosen president of Northwestern university and will be offered tho position when ho ar rives at Chicago from California lull mato friends of Dr Dashford say ho will undoubtedly accept tho offer In making the choice the committee of seven has closed ono of tho hardest campaigns ever fought In university affairs Tho selection of Ur Iloahford It Is believed will close the breach which has existed belwoea the van ous factions since June 1900 when Dr Henry Rodgers resigned Cuban NewswHter Killed Havana Aug 27 Martin De Cas fro a well known newspaper man was killed at Mansanlllo About three months ago he published article at tacking tho rural guard of Mantanlllo and was shot aL Ho camo to Havana and complained to Qovernbr general Wood expressing a fear that Lit Ute was In danger General Wood ordered the local authorities to afford to him all the rights and protection guaranteed by the law Castro thereupon returned to Mantanlllo only to be shot dead by a member of the rural guard with whom he had quarreled The offender la being pursued Death of a Drummer Boy 8t Iaul Aug 21John P Lyon a mall carrier who claimed to have been tho youngest soldier In the Union army during tho civil war died at his home In this city aged 60 years He was a native of Now Jer soy but enlisted In Morrow county 0 four days before his 11th birth day In 18G1 serving through the wars a drummer Worth Their Weight In Gold Kansas City Aug 23 Choice northern grown potatoes sold at 10 cents a peck tho price of two bushels a year ago A single bushel now costs 190 from retail dealers or about 160 when purchased from wholesale dealers and jobbers homegrown po tatoes are small and of poor quality Pot Gold dHuntBvlllo Ala Aug 22 A pot containing something over 20000 was found In a remote precinct of Madison county by Frank Jacks a poor farmer The gold was hidden away In a spring which has been used for many years It Is believed the gold was secreted during the civil war Beautiful Woman Dead Charloltesvllle Va Aug 20Miss Maudo Coleman Woods died here Miss Woods was pronounced the most beautiful woman In America by a committee from tho PanAmerican ex position and her profile adorns ell the medals Issued by tho board of awards Ordered to SIgn London Aug 26Li Hung Chans has notified the ministers of the pow ers says a dispatch from Poking that edIcts necessary to the signing of the protocol by the Chinese plenipoten tiaries are en route from SlanFu aced are expected to arrive Wednesday Sanduklan suicided Bandusky 0 Aug 27John Holt mueller 20 single said goodby to hit parents rode his bicycle to the bajr front leaped in and was drowned Worry over business matters 1 U MI WAY EDUCATION GOOD ROADS CONVENTIONS IN THE LINE OF PROGRESS her Plant Seed Which Mar nar minute and near MndlIearmere- Fear Tittallon HA lnw or lard lllah T y Kiioournxn the Work ComiuMitliiff ott tie good nods rOil rriitlou recently held al Now OrUwni the New York Bun says Tbeiv are no worse roads In the country than are round In tbn soutliern states its proof U furutHheil by tIle tlilHirtmeut of agriculture which has- investigated tho cost of transportation on nmilH In different tartn of the coun try and makes this tlmate In the the northern and eastern states when the average wagon haul for farm prod uce ranges from 00 to 00 miles to haul a cvrtntn fixed weight to mllroad or boat IXMIH flKO In the prulrln states and thin Houthoru states generally where the average haul In 88 miles It routs I73 and In thin cotton states MiMtratclj where tho haul 120 milts the cast In f1W In the spring of the year n southern highway connecting back towns with WOIIKINCI TUB 1HA1 UOLLUL the railroad is little better than a quag mire What dOt this menu to thin planter farmer and truck Kiinliiurl 11ns loud says n rel ort of iho de partment of nKrlciilturt Hint one horse can mute on Iron rolls on a lewd road requires n loons nod a linlf on level asphalt tavftueut Sly hUnK on the best lUl jlail Muck uiv invlit 7 hones oa eolitilefitoiuK 20 horses on ortllnnry dirt rustle snit 40 luirvea on panel Theta llgum are not an klgulll cant of course for thin Now York fanner as for lila brethren south and west hut they are in Kiuiiil enough to make blur fonder They should Iw dU played ou every signpost In the rural parts Jenernl Stone of the United States rose bureau has compiled sumo liar uruk nearing on the tItK1 roads problem ntilch are Illuminating and oytaa star thug He eatlmatM that It costa the fanneni of tho country every year the enormous sum of IWO000000 to haul their product to rail and water a guns which exceeds the operating expense of all the railroad companies Two Iblnls of this sum might IM saved ha believes by coiiiitrucliuff goal rood ThU la a conclusion that must tw prov ed to the satisfaction of tho farmers of each district which U not an may un dertaking silica many of them are ao poor that present outlay seems to them of greater moment than prospective advantageA U engaged In a struggle to keep the wolf from the door can hardly bit expected to burden lilmiwlf with nn increased road tax Ute U too short and uncertain ho thinks It bas been pointed out with much force that the farmer complain loudly about an lucrraft of a fraction of a cent a mile by a railroad company which he denounces ns a plundering monopoly hut ho keeps on In his old imbecile way of wearing out his horses and wagons on execrable roads General Stone tell him that It he would have the courage to face tho toet of reasonably good roads the farm property of tho country would appreciate probably 9AOOOOOO 000 Here In tho north we have seen the light but we are not M tar ad vimctnl In the reform that wo ran ate ford to disparage the cotton states May tho New Orleans convention teach them the kindergarten principle of good roudmklagl The moro of such conventions the better It Is a fortunate fact In the history of till good roads movement that It la exceedingly Infectious and when once started vprrads with great rapidity That has been the experience of Mae sachiiMitts New Jersey and Connecticut and It Is now pretty safe to expect that other states will riot bo exceptions to the rule A well made and well kept thoroughfare demonstrates its value no conchifilvcly that there Is no use lu attempting to deny It In the presence of any ono who has wen thin truth Thus the number of advocate of road Improvement continually multi plies and minorities are converted Into majorities In a manner surprising oven to themselves floral Mall Delivery A factor which will now assist tbe good roads movement U the demand for rural mall delivery Tho carriers want better roads and tho farmers want that mall delivered promptly and the two are causing good roads move ments wherever there U a request for tho rural delivery Thero are from 000 to 850 routes now established or rte RppllcatloD8Iare 170 applications pending from Nebras ka 833 from Kansas and 18 from South Dakota Tho nine special agents In the western division would be kept busy for a year and a half Investigat lug new routes If no others were asked for Route are being established la laws at tka ai 13t i f t4aj L THE SUNDAY SCHOOL lJf INATIONAt Test of She Ioa flea 251 IV m Memory veee 4za0old Tit Marti v Cnmorntarr lrepard- by Ike Rev I M 5ago dfjiUtt Isis by AI11ffIn Ire Aooclttlo 12 10 Thea Isaac sowed In that Und aud received In the same year an hun dredfold and the Lord Mraird him The pn Ttouit chapter told IM not only of the death and burial of Abraham uiilhl tan Isbmarl but also of the birth of lassos two aooa Jacob and EMU and bow win despised hls bUthrUht pre ferring a piMtot enjoyment to a future inheritance Hrtt ill 10 iT Tht be 1s14q glunlnji of our pmMtit chapter dlof a finales soil of lease going to 10 jThuHU promUx to Abraham and gave him j the stars of heaven portion of the cove natal Its Ml Into hU lathers sin con rvruluit hU wife sat was rebuked by AMmrlerh truly the heart U deceitful above all things and desperately wicked Jar xrll 0even the heart of Abraham and the heart of Inaac said your heart and mine All that led duds He dou for Ill great names sake panlualaf our Iniquities when we coofeM our alnj I John L S Jer xlv 7 14 lit Tits PUlUtlnea envied him The majority of mere natural xopU would be apt to envy one whom they taw tUMfd and Incasing u lease Will It was runtraiptlUfl to fill hie well with earth but that was human too and der IIUli fur the merely human pet to be much need by the ell To pro him pros poring notwithstanding these Limitation war more than they could stand and must have made them full of lodlicnatlon Envy and strife la earthly aennual devil- Ish and bids to cvatuelua and every etU work tJaa ill 14 10 Tllua Ill III It U bad enough among those who know not Ood but when It gvti Into churches and famlllea It work itreat havoc and vreatly Krkvwi the Holy Bplrlt Act viL 0 Kph Iv 80821 17 flo from us for thou art mucbImightier than we Thus they sent him e away an he said afterward when they wanted nta favor Wherefore COme ye to nv mine yw hate DM and have seat mo away from your vera 27 The Inn ot the righteous U often a great tormeot to the ungodly i they cannot stand the sight It la too strong for thtlr week rye Isaac might have reetooed awl aritunl with them and have insisted on rrmalulna1 where be was and have de fWd them to iwiul him away but II was not that klu l of a man be was more In clined to yield tor pear sake he was a man of peace IN lt UnlfM we know something of the meaning of scarcity of water we shall not appreciate what thuK well meant end the enormity of the aln of stopping them To many people In India where they have to mite toe water a well U an Inestimable bouu When In South Africa pindlty a day at a mission la Natal my wife bavin washed tier banda was about to throw out the water when ahe was aiv 4ed with each an xrlaua flu of urpiim and fear from several lady nlmlonailoa a abe wQl not soon fur get They thru told her that water was w aoanv that they must all wash In that water To atop the wrlla aa the PbllU tlikea did because of tbrlr hatred was about equal to murder Bee I John III 10 20 21 The contrntlon and hutted mao Ifmled by these unricbteoiu and wicked IhIIUtlne tbo marginal meaning of the nature Isaac gave these well because of the Mrlfe went certainly bard to put up with and only by the marvelous grar of flod Holt IMMC have acted as he did aril jIf Mii again and spin to tans un Just people the well bH a rvanli hadsdigged Mike the ease your own put yourxlf aa tar al you can In bU pUce that you may In some measure apprwclata t22 23 Now tbe lord bath made room for n and we shall be fruitful In the laud Thai be salt when after dig ging a third well thug did not strive tee that one After that he removed to seer thrlia HubinUalon to wrung and opprca stun tot the Lents ask U nut human lout It U Chrlatllkfl and Ie atruaa Uctl moaT for Film as we akalt aeeIt we bad anointed ealeti we ailajfcl oftao hear our Lord Bar to a Sakes k to be so now Math Ill 10 and It would not- seem ao dlfflcull If We woeiel eoaaUer Him who radnred audi coatraaKctloa of alntten agalnat Illtnseltp who whoa Be WM reviled rerlled not again fish a81 Pet 1L 23 21 And the Lord appeared unto Urn the same night and am the Ooia of Abraham thy fathtx tsar not am with thee and will bleaa tbM What a reward for hla meekn A a aw ravala tlon of Ood to Mm that very night wttk Ill glorious Fear not I am with Iboe How small a well or a doa o wen and all one mold bo called npoa to bear utm In rorapartaon with a reveiatloa aitd aaaurancel Truly the aufferlnga of this present time are not worthy to 6a rumpantl with the fdory that ia and shall be ours Ilom vlll 18 23 And bo bullded an altar there Get canal upon the tome of tbe Lord and pitched hU tent then and there Isaac servants digged a welt A tent with the Lord la enough the Lori without the tent U enough for a believer should be able to say with much assurance Lord Thou art my dwelling place IV ac The tent the altar and the words from God Fear not for I am with thee and will MOM tbee are all and more than heart can wloh It must have been the power of the presence of God that en ablcd Isaac to act ao meekly See In tens 28 the sequel and note the tell rnony of Ablmeteoh and bo en We saw rrrtaluly that the Lord was with tbee The Lord was seen In laaac In his yMdlngncfla tee fUldlog padfleta great offenses and we are exhorted to let our yleldedncM be known to all mentor the Lord Is at band Eocl z 41 Phil Iv 6 lied laaac stood for his tight as wo My In the matter of the well Ood would not hue bvenaeen In him We mot contend raraoatly for the faith Jude 8 but when we can avoid strife by a little yielding let ua yloid In Hla name though It IITStem a personal lose Isaac might have sent there PhUU tines away and haw refused further In tercourse because of their former con duct but grace again prevail and now we tee the sequel to ths leIJedntI Isaac servant were digging a well at Jlloentwba and that same day they came L- Istd told laaac that Ud fans water THE MARKETS Al KKrORTED NOKMAN CINctNNATI CO AUI II CATTLE Common 2JUi J fUG II Butcbera416 M fiOO Sbippors4tll vlJ GALVIS liChoice 475 ft fiXII Largo CommonHOO t4 HooeCouuuou425Ig 000 II Fair good IWtOM GIO Packiutf 62019 685- 8BCarload to choice 250 JIOU II001D1I10n to fair 150 Ifl 250- LAIIBI Good to choico42Ti GHfi- Common to far20 0 WUgLTNo 00 2 Red 78 fCouNo2 uiiiod rltII Zl7 aRiENo 2 Ctl thj rll FLOOB Winter patent 840 J HKO II fancy NUOtfZ BiIII 2860 2 MILL Fxxn17M y 1S- CHATNO1Timothy KIOO 1126 II No2II 1100 1125 II No Clover 1000 rt 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a groan In a smile as In a tear Rev J 0 Solomon Baptist Atlanta A Valaeleee doeael It you took Jeous out of his religion the gospel would be as dust Rev J W Day Church of MiMvlah Ht Louie vtFebags No amount of sanctlmonlouMnesc will make up for horltatyItev A R Hoi derby Moore Memorial Church Af lanta Servlo Not what you do but the spirit In which you do It decides the dignity c lour tricetier Albert Lazenby Unitarian Chicago YuC a cure for donieHtlc anxieties also He pro scribes for small reatleNMnma Rev Charles W Boyd Methodist Atlanta The llaaplrel Maa The happiest man In the World U he who posMMMti a faith that hUll come through great tribulation Rev James N Crutcher Christian Church St Lout Wheat Christ prayed that bis people sight be one He probably pleads for It atilt When shall the Masters prayer be an arondItev Dr Robert P Kerr Prfubyterlan Richmond Va Not data hat LOM Whenever a man secure worldly good by wrong to another he In lure to find that addition Is sometimes the worst kind of subtraction Rer Dr Polemus II Swift McthodUt Chicago Tara aa the Light Darkness cannot tit driven from a room with clubs and stones and stolen and vice ran tit driven from the heart only by turning on the light Rev Dr Bruce Ilruwn Christian Church Den ver Worth the Barrllre Trace of mind and the treasures of a good conscience ate worth the sacrifice of any more recreation which Is made necewiary by attendance at church Rev korge Oriuton Methodist New YorkTwo Talac Aaterlra NThere are two things which we must guard with all watchfulness the re ligious observance of the Lords day slut tho lability of the American home Rev Charles Scaddlng Episco palian Lagrange Ill- saelrltal Frail The world heart hungering can be satisfied only by feasting on the fruit of the iplrlt All other fruit turna to ashes on your lips and mock your bun get Rev Dr M Eo Harlan Church of Chrlit DlHclpleH Brooklyn la the Pa I a re The coming ago Is to be an age of moral values of the moral powers Thp standards of personal morality will be high Honor justice truthfulness will prevail Ruv Dr George Harris ConI gregatlonallst President Ambort College Halor the Prrarat Thing present are yours Make the moat of thing present If It le a One day rejoice In It and dont say Rut It may storm tomorrow If people smile dont fret for tar they may frow- nprreentlyIles Dr Don P Bradley Grand Rapids Daasteraaa Neglect I am sure that the neglect of Sunday observance al to worship would result In Injury both to the Individual and the state The church U In no danger because of a more honest and broader Sunday Rev Dr Charles II Eaton UulversalUt Now York Ta Make Heavea aa Earth Extract and expel all pin from alb hearts and human habitations and thU earth would be heavenly at once Afj It there are but few localities and lireu that at all deserve the description heavenly now ilev John Lindsay Wlthrow Presbyterian Boston PraeTateatarr Live Some lives are dlllgant but unproduc tive because they am so fragmentary They do not begin and advance they begin and go round and round They do not anticipate the next thing Too most Important question to decide Is What to begin at IIILRoy Alexander McKeutie Cambridge Mae Prayer The man who prays really feel him self better for having prayed One of too objections to prayer Is to say Prayer la answered according to the laws of stature It Is tho law of the rain to wet us but we interpose a roof between us and the rain Professor 8 P Upham Drew Theological Semina ry Methodist Madison N J Carrr Year Bellctoa With Yea Conscience U not local neither Is the word of God local wittier Is the church of Oat local neither Is tho day of Ood local neither Is Christian- Ity local Curry all the e thlu r with you to the cnnimunlty where you go and by your noble living and by your loyalty to Jesus Christ give then to those with whom you come Into coo tact Rev Dr David Gregg Presby terian Brooklyn lie Bfroaar IB Faith All Christians who aro In earnest must show allko by their arguments and by tho whole tenor of their lives that neither the advance of scientific knowledge nor Urn conchiBlouH of the higher criticism nor any modifications of a purely scholastic theology necessi tate thu slightest change In the eternil and fundamental beliefs of any who accept Christ as their Lord and King and who live In the conviction that thU age nit the rnaan poet sang the age of tbo Iluiy OhOlIUl Fuller Ick W Farrar Anglican Church Caa terbujy IRatUBd DRINK AND HEREDITY Vun of a Chicago Judge on a Sort onm eublert A presiding judge In one of the Chi sego courts recently trade these ro mart nblu statements which deserve publicity and should bo read by every thinking Christian throughout the world He said You may ransack tho pigeonholes all over the city and country and look over such annual reports as are made up but they will not tell halt the truth Not only are the saloons of Chicago responsible for the cost of the police force the 15 justice courts the bride well but also the criminal courts the county jail a great portion of Joliet prison the long murder trials the coro oars ofllce and tbo madhouse Jo anywhere you plcaw and you will find almost Invariably that whisky Is at the root of tho evil The gambling honors of the city are the direct out growth of tho boon companions of drink Of nil the trays In the reform school at 1ontlnc and In tho various reformatories about the city 09 per cent are tho children of parents who died through drink or l ccame criminals through the same cause Of the In sane and demented disused of hero In the court every Thursday a moderate estimate In that 00 per cent aro nice holic and Its effects I saw estimated the other day there were 10000 destitute boys In Chicago who are not confined at all but are running at large think that Is a small estimate Men are sent to prison for druiikennetM and what becomes of their families The county agent Iud iKtorhouse provide for some It It communityIto destruction Tim buys turn out thieves and tho girls and mothers gen erally resort to the slums The sand- baggers murderers and thugs generally of today who are prosecuted In the police courts and In the criminal courts are tho sons of men who fell victims to drink Tho percentage In this case U fully 03 per cent NOT A BLOODMAKER lrllfto llruna Why w Should Slot IlvlBk Alcohol Can blood be made from alcohol This Is a very Important question and ono on which there Is a gicttt diversity of opinion 1aracclsus first made use of pure alcohol for the preparaton of bis elixir vitro Thousands of physi clans today recommend that mothers Invalids and other feeble persons drink wine and leer with the Idea that these liquors make blood Perhaps this notion grew out of the similarity lu col or of wine and blood At any rate It j Is the red wines that are largely consumed for this purpose Rut wine cannot make blood Wine Interferes with the hlmulmaklng proc N To be converted Into blood a subiitauco must contain souse of the properties of blood Wine does not resemble blood It Is diluted alcohol Hence It cannot bo converted Into sunh thing so radically different from Itself as blood In Illood just ai much flesh as any other pert of the body It Is liquid Us sue It Is liquid flesh It Is a vitalized fluid and as much alive as the brain or a nerve AL iiol Is lifeless consequently It cannot changed Into blood Nothing hut gad food fruits grain and outa can make pure blood These foods be count blood through digestion Exami nations of met who have drunk alcohol have revealed the liquor In thu brain liver std muscles Indeed the whole bad was saturated with alcohol aa a sponge with water The poison has bets detected In the perspiration and In the secretions of tbo kidneys Ily distilling the breath of such persona It has lawn possible to obtain the alcohol again So alcohol does not make land tissue Good Health aIUh Arrr TMB rBBce The Army Temperance association has held its annual meeting In London Lieutenant General Forcstlcr Walker presiding The annual report shows that there are 035 branches of the as sociation 23 of which are now In South Africa The chairman testified that tho conduct of ilrltlab soldiers In South Africa has been excellent and that he believes that the work of the association In raising the moral stand aril of the men has had much to do with It Captain Illlcy of the rifle bri gade declared that he believes the most important thing that could bo done to Improve the efficiency of the Hrltlnh army would be to Induce Its members to become teetotalers iBtempcriiBor of Womea Bishop Leighton Coleman of Debt ware at a meeting of the Church Tem perance society said The great work of the society for the coming year and In fact tor tho entire century whllo not neglecting the men Is to reclaim tho women for I tell you that Intoxi cation U growing among women at a taster rate than among men During the last years statistics prove that while Intoxication among men has steadily decreased the Increase among women has been most alarming Tho future of the world depends ou the mothers even wore than on tho fathers and what Is gulag to become of us If our women Ixrorne Inebriates f The Itt Polon In WliUUy A great deal bus been said ot fuMI oil as tho chief poison In cutup whisky but It appears now that conipnrntlvtly speaking It Is not the Injurious con stituent of the stuff It Is rouser the aldehydes the partly oxidized alcohols In whisky cider among which Is fur rural which do the harm Newly made whisky which Is sold cheaply con tllhllt a marked amount of furfural It In this polxon which iuusea the throb bing headache brought on by over ItYikiu MALCOM KIRK A Tate of Moral Heroism XnOvercominff the World By OHABLEB II BHELDOH p1lUJJ6troncI OopTrlfbt leas by Adr nt PubUthlna OOXTIXUKD CHAPTER IX KIRK PIIKVENTH A LTMCIIINd- Aa Malcom Kirk and Carver ran u directly In tlio face of that wild line of lire and mnoko there was only one mi promo thought In tho mind of Mulcom He taw the boys mother and while he ran ho heard her voice an she had appealed to buns In his study Instinctively the two men lore o from the rond over which the horses had entered the town toward a nwnlo where tin cnum and rosin weeds grew deep and It was but a few tout iron- the beaten truck of the pnilrlc ran that they saw tho body of Philip liar ton lying face downward the hamb- clinched and holdliiK tightly a broker piece of the lines of the harness No time then to atop and ask wheth er he were living hut up with him twoen tom and buck to tho town wit aU tho power of their pulsing man hoodCarver was entirely sober now Ho was naturally a man of great miiRcular endurance Matcom had kept up hli physical trhlnlnc In his work with thin young risen In the church Not a word was wild They rrsliz that tho time was short and they ran with their nncocacloua heavy burden between them- Meanwhile nisi women nUll dilldre- had organized In a desperate effort save the town There wan one fact In their favor It hail been tho custom for those living on tbo edge of the town to picket their animals out on the Aral rio near by The grass was cropi cd short on this account Under nay or dinary circumstances this fact would have insured safety from any usual fire Hut the whole prairie was allame everything won as dry us two mouth- of drought and hot winds could tank It and water for a long time hind bee very scarce In wells and cisterns of all that advancing line of lire was prairie gale that shot the flam straight forward and old settlers soma of whom hud seen the great fires In Da kota In the early sixties looked at tho sight now before them with grave facesDorothy came to tho ioor of tile sonage stool there a moment and the ran with other women her neighbors down to the male street Bucket lines were being formed from all the wells and cisterns that we available Rho instantly joined the others In handing the water A largo company of men armed with cloths to whip out the Ire began t form as far from the houses aa they dared It was too late now to plow Ore breaks and too windy to make a back Ore Tho only hope that any one had was that the shortness of the near the town would check the fury o the advancing whirlwind of flame Have you seen Mr Klrkf Dorothy asked as she first joined tho others And they told tier Her face blanched and her lips breathed a prayer aa she worked on silently Hue knew that ho whom she never loved al she loved They ran with their unrontciou burden txtwcn then him at that moment was In tho line of duty nail she would not have called him back from It Hut her heart crud out for help and she agonized for him whom her Houl dearly loved Down came tho great wall of fire and smoke The hot air scorched the faces of the Ire lighters Dim figures out on the advance line were seen desperately struggling with tho clement The town was enveloped In smoke and burned out italics of pralrlo grass that sifted over tho workers until the faces and hands of all were black and grimy Scores of men rushed upon the tire lino as It came on checked some by the short grass and stamped out the flame with their feet with rags with old brooms with pieces of carpeting and bedding torn from their own bouses The outstanding line of fighters was forced back burned and ex hausted but the Ore had been checked and as It broke out In new places fresh groups threw themselves upon It and fought for the life of the town Dorothy could not remember how she came to be with tho fighters on tho prairie Instead of with the water car riers but It was undoubtedly her anx iety for Mnlcoms safety that urged her out toward the fire tier dress had caught on fire and been put out several rlaiM Some one had thrown water over her but she had hardly known ItSite worked with all the others In a al ient frenjiy Suddenly she was con scious of a tall awkward figure near her looming up through the smoke thrashing at tho fire with powerful en orgy a very Incarnation of resistance and stubborn refusal to surrender Malcoml she cried and taint aa sighlt Dorothy Thank God wo got bac with him just In time There was no time to say more The togethernon citizens of Conrad afterward liufo wit sees to the wry In which they fmight Ray did you see Mr Kirk A group of risen at tho postofllce several days after the great fire were talking overff Now England folks beat ev ery other kind when It come to never giving up Yew or fighting the devil Our min saiddaa our boosany went to bear even Malcom preach nut It was a tribute to the bold Malcom had secured on such mop that the themhsling In them afterIplo of Conrad exhausted burned blackened saw tho great danger past around them and the galloping whirl towda expanse of black and smoldering prairie be hind It trialagone UOUHO one of their pArlshlonera where the body of Philip Barton had been carried Ho was living but had received some In juries from falling out of the wagon awayIwere on way some one In the street suddenly clutched throughoon atnrethe least In that quarter That part of tho town had been entirely deserted while the fight had been going on at the other end If the church goes tho parsonage will go too thought Malcom aa ho streetnparsonage tho roof had already caught from a flying timber blown off tho church exhwas com rushed Into the house and by des otheromen some furniture and a few of his books Ono of the boxes In Dorothys room was blazing as he carried It out and threw It over and a pile of papers In a Dorothyasohotto carry some pieces of furniture to a place of safety felt something blow against her face and putting up her band she caught a piece of paper Even In the excitement she saW what It was It was tho sketch that FranclsIlalclgh had drawn on board the Cephalonla three years before the sketch of Malcom holding tho baby Dorothy sobbed as she saw what It was Her own baby And now their home and nearly all tho things they counted dear It was over soon and In a little while the church and parsonage the work of many a weary struggle for their little company of disciples were dreary heaps of ruin A bard fight on tho part of the wornout citizens had kept the other houses from being burned The church and parsonage bad stood In a largo lot by themselves After all said Malcom when It was all over as bo sat down by Dorothy on a trunk while a little group of neighbors stood by discussing the Inci dents of the fire after all dear we have a good deal to be thankful for Yes said Dorothy with a smile It was a little hard for her as she sat there to Imagine that Dorothy Gilbert who once back In the old Now Eng land borne had been noted for the ele gance and refinement of all her ways and surroundings Nothing but tbo great love she bore the moan who bad asked her to share his life now made her Insensible to that former life before she was married Malcom Kirk sat there gating at the ruins of his homo and his church and deep down In his heart there was a mighty conflict going on He bad lost his books nearly all that were of value and the other losses were great Ho was blackened and burned his clothes hung In ragged rents about him his great flats were bleeding and here be side him was tho woman who had left all torwhat To share such prlva done dangers losses For a moment ho hardly hoard what somo of his parishioners were saying They bad been talking excitedly to getherMr Kirk wo aro of tho opinion that this fire watt Incendiary now Is that naked Malcom rous ing up a little Tbo first seen of It was to the tow er Now tho fire from the prairie could not possibly have caught up there Somo one must have set It Then different ones began to whisper their suspicions Tbo next day whllo Malcom and Dorothy were staying with one of the church members who took them Into his house tho rumor grew that the fire was the work of the whisky men Down on the street excited groups of men gathered that evening discussing the matter Every one know that Mal rom Kirk had fought tba salaam from the first day of his entrance Into Con rad He was fenced and hated by them more than any one else lie had succeeded to a largo degree III getting the other churches to act together In the agitation now going on nil over the state Ho was already noted tor his leadarshlp throughout tho county cud had written and spoken on every pota ble occasion for the proposed prohibitory amendment suspicionkby citizens As the evening wore on proof of a certain saloon mans oruthe parsonage yard that afternoon of the lire A child had seen the same man on tho steps of tho church a few minutes after Dorothy bad left the liar manage It was now 10 oclock Tho crowd at the corner by tho postotllco grew every minute larger and more threatening Groups of men stood surrounding seine speaker who urged lynching as the only satisfactory punishment for such a crime Tim citizens were cxaspcrat strainaof two days Malcom lOck came down town late that night to get the mall from the theyas bug rose from many voices As soon as the crowd saw him It surrounded excitedlyMr weve proof that Ills Jake set fire to your church Malcom looked over the crowd a moment In silence Ho had not been thinking so much about tho loss of his church and parsonage as ho came down town as about Dorothy and his future prospects But the sight and sound of that mob of citizens brought his mind back to tho situation not only In the town of Conrad but throughout tho en tire state For the time therefore he let his own personal plans go as ho faced the fact of a grave crisis In the temperance movement He had more than one Sunday even lug held outdoor services at the very corner where the crowd now gathered Dorothy had often helped him at such services by playing and singing Every man In Conrad was familiar with tbo tall homely awkward figure that now towered over almost every head and every man In Conrad respected him There was an empty dry goods box near one of tho stores and Malcom Kirk asked some of the men to drag It out to tho corner of the sidewalk The minute ho had mounted It the crowd became silent It Is a rare gift to be able to speak to a great crowd of men out of doors and bold thorn Kirk possessed that gift His voice was a splendid Instrument anti he knew how to use It It Is said of Gladstone that In the days of his greatest power as a speaker people would linger In the corridors of the house of commons when ho was talking simply to enjoy tho sound of the tone of his voice although they could not distinguish a word that was said Something of this same quality made Kirks voice a fascination for an audi ence Whatever It was It could truly be called a great gift of God And he used It now In a godlike wan neroIll began by calling attention to the fact that tho people of tho state were trying to abolish tho saloon by legislative amendment to tho constitu tion At such a time us that for tho temperance people to act In a lawless manner toward even the enemies of the homo and the church would bo an act of folly so great that It might en danger the entire movement for prohl bition I am perhaps continued Malcom tho most Interested person In this whole matter It la my church that has been burned and my homo that has been destroyed And yet I say to you men that If you attempt to use violence toward Big Jake or any other saloon keeper on the ground of this circum stantial evidence and tako the law Into your own hands I will defend him from such violence at tho risk of my own life Let us act like men In this matterlike men who see further than personal vengeance and are determin ed that our fight shall bo directed not against the saloon keeper so much as against tho business he represents That la what wo went to fight for In behalf of all our homes and churches and our state and country He got down off the box after ho had spoken and appealed In a quiet but powerful manner to some of the inoro Influential men In tho crowd not to lot tho men act lawlessly His speech and appeal bad their effect A small group of wen on tho edge of the crowd gathered farther up tho street and aft er Kirk bad gone home they marched up to DIg Jakes saloon only to furl It closed and the proprietor fled P J 10 U OChuuoJ It is important for you to keep in mind that in a little more than one oponItssexes who are looking to got a goal Soptomberbefore of young folks will pply for CollogoWill There is 504354297 in gold in the United States Treasury A Chance for You There is a good chance for strong and willing young teen to earn mon e for expenses in Boron this Fall by work ou tho Farm and in thu Brick Yard and at other work Those chances are only for such as will ho hero In the Fall Term begin ning September 11 and the work must bo engaged beforehand For tlculllrs ntidrollll WaIIlur Secretary Berea Ky Lf THE CITIZEN BEREA KYAUGUST 29 1901 An Ideal Shakespeare anda Remarkable Offer to The Citizen Readers It is perfectly safe to say that every render of this papor would like to own a copy of tho complete works ol Shakespeare it is equally safe to say that many who now hare ono would like to own a bettor edition Mr John B Alden Publisher 442 Pearl Street Now York tho wolf known pioneer in publishing high class books ut low prices authorizes us to otTer the readers of Tho CItizen a most beautiful edition ol Shakos peare on wonderfully attractive terror as follows Ho well names the set Tho Ideal Shakespeare it is complete in 12 vols very largo typo eicullent paper fine limp cloth gilt top binding small handy volumes 4J x fij inches It is the unabridged text of Clark and Wrights Cambridge Shakespeare which is genernlly accepted by schol ors as the best It has numbered lines tho name as tho famous Cam bridge Globe edition therefore readily used with the notes of other editions It has all the notes and historical and critical prefaces of the famous Temple Edition There is also an extra volume making 13 a Shakespeare Dictionary containing u complete glossary and brief com mentary index of characters and dic tionary of popular quotations in one alphabetical order There are also Hi fiuo original illustrations and the set is cased in a beautiful silkcloth box Though the regular price of tho set is 500 Mr Alden will supply it to Tho Citizen readers who will order it not later than September 14 for only 32T You can BOO a sample volume at this ollicrt or for 30 cents he will send you ors by mail and return money if not wanted or allow you 2f cents B cents being for post age toward the remainder of the price for the set If you would like Finer binding you can have full limp leather and full gilt edges for S12f more If you think you can not afford so line a sot as described you can have the same work without Volume 18on equally good and larger and heavier paper making full 12mo hooks about fix 7l inches bound in G volumes cloth gilt top for 275 or tho samo printed on cheaper paper cloth bind ing for 5200 ANOTIIKHIHHUAK OFF Suprising as it may seem each of the above pncos for sets includes a payment to The Citizen on account of your subscription to it now or re nowal of tho sum of 100 by Mr Alden thus making tho real cost of the Shakespeare 100 less in each case or if your subscription is paid up to January 1003 you may simply deduct HO cents from the set price Orders for sots must bo sent within the time stated BO that all may be shipped together as They come to The Citizen office where each can call for his set and pay his share of the freight which will only be a trifle much loss than if shipped separately Send orders with money to The Citizen Heron Ky A handfull of glasses will not help your oyeslght If you wear them all unless your vision has boon proporly tested and the right Ions fitted That Is Just whore tho skill of an optician comes to your aid If tost your eyes you will bo sure of gottlng tho right glass es and will have pleasuro and satisfaction In wearing them EXAMINATION FREE T A ROBINSON Welch Block Berea Ky BUY THE NESEWING MACHINE Do not bo who nd vcrtlsu n 6000 SOwing Machine for 2000 This killd ofn machine can be bought from us or ofour dealers roni 1600 toe 1800 WE MAKE A VARIETY THE NEW HOME IS THE BEST Tho reel determines the strength or wcuknuHH of Duulilo Feed combined with other strong poIntH mikes the New Ifuuiu the pent Sewing Machine to buy VI 41tnwo manufacturoand prlooa before iiureliilag THE NEW HOME EWINg HAGHINE ate MAM M Union Hq N Y Chicago 1 L Atlanta Qiv- it louUfUo UalUuToxHnn Francisco CaI FOR BALC NY SISCO CO Hicbolasfllle Ky Correspondence It used to be the idea that the thin to go to Boroa was for tho white but now people are finding out that tho best time is in tho fall Jackson County Kirby Knob Mr Wm Jones went to MoKe last week Miss Ellen Click of Beroa is visit ing friends hero Rev Cassius VanWinklo pronclini at the lower Christian Roformot Church Sunday George Under teacher in thin flake school district attended Sunday school hero last Sunday Tho Sundayschools are still grow ing nicely The parents are taking a greater interest than ever before E W Hudson of Boroa and James Baker of near Boar Wallow visited Kirby Knob Literary Sociotj last Saturday night Clay County Bright Slmdo Our farmers are sowing turnips Oliver Wagers visited Munchestei last Thursday Mrs Martha E Greor went to Knox county last week John Jackson of Knox county wa visiting hero last week Tho infant of Mr and Mrs Glen Smith is ill of scarlet feverIPreaching services wore held at thfl head of Mud Lick Sunday Joseph Walker and Laid Wnlkot were hero last week invoicing goods Mr and Mrs Frank Smith and daughter went to Williamsburg last Sunday Rockcastle CountyT- he Rockcastle Teachers Institute will convene in Mount Vornon on Monday September DIsitutanta Mrs H E Gadd who has boon on tho sick list is improving- Mr and Mrs G V Owens aro visiting relatives in Climax J E McGuire and A T Abney were in Climax Friday on business Loo Wren of Conway visited friends on Davis Branch last Sunday Miss Minnie anti Katie Lake who live near Berea are visiting O M Payne at this place Messrs George and James Tho mas of this placo will leave for Illi nois in a few days Mrs W C Ogg and Mrs Spencer Abnoy visited Mr and Mrs 0 L Ogg of Boron last Thursday Prof Lodwick of Boron preached a interesting sermon at the Dais Breach schoolhouse Sunday evening Aug 18 Owsley County Uabbard Mrs R W Mintor has boon visit ing relatives at Boonevillo this week A C Gnbbard of Boouevillo is visiting relatives nt this place at pros ent Mathias Wilder is building a chim ney for J K Gabbard Jr of this placoMrs Robocca Gabbard is no bettor at this writing Her recovery is doubtfulYour correspondent andsome others of tho place were at Boonevillo last Friday Tho drouth is broken with a good rain Farmers should bo thankful to God font- Jacob Gabbanl Sr and family who have been down with fever have allnearly recovered Hdnry Cole Mrs Pleasant Gab bard and Mrs Cora Frost all have boon bitten by copper heads Jacob Gabbard and family of Kansas who has boon visiting rots tives in this county for the past month loft Tuesday T P Gabburtl of Evorsolo war with us Tuesday and Wednesday He visited this school at this place and then went to Buffalo to visi othersHon H C Faulkner of Barbours ville and H C Eversolo of London spoke at tho schoolhouso at this plnct Thursday in the interest of their race for circuit judg- eMadison County Val lace tout Born to tho wife of Samuel Day on tho 20 th inst a baby girl Work on our now piko hero is pro greasing nicely under tho supervision of J S Rutherford Wm Lumens and family have moved into the house of E B Wallace Mr Wallaco moved to Burma somo mouths ago Miss Ethel King of Boron was the guest of Miss Ella Bolin from Friday of last week until Tuesday of this wool W D Smith of Boron attended Sundayschool hero and was the guest of Walker Dither and family SundayOur is now promising n hotter crop than seemed pnssiblo n month ago mind farmers have stopped their complaining Mrs Margaret Parks un tslandvery highly ostnuiuod lady died end was buried in time Patterson grave yard near hero on till 18 inst Rev J A Boatman of Kookuk Iowa who was a htudont of Boren College more than thirty years ago is visiting friends and relatives hurt lie is n very nblo minister D S Bolkins who for more than a typhoidfeveriliio S Cade and Austin Smith mire victims of tho same malady- A large congregation attended the dedication of the new Christian Church last Sunday one mile east of hyHIC C M Vliortor one of our miner chants has just completed boring n woll striking an nbiindnut supplyof water nt a of about its foot Mr Ollio Boinn is drilling one near his mill on an adjoining lot Misses Katie and Mary Baker re turned Saturday from a months visit with their brother Thompson in Pennsylvania Whilo away thoy spent about n week nt the EKxitinn and visited Niagara halls and other places of interest Miss Mary left on Tuesday for her work at Male in Jackson county Olonrliold Pa August 20 DBAK CITIZRK I have not hlIII visit from you for tho past two weeks limit it is no intuit of yours Kindlv change tho address of to Flat1 Novling Build in myIJAIKlr Pa My former Address was Miliov Pn- Clenrflcld is a fast growing manu facturingtown of over liXK and more pastdecndoWo have recently hail n good visit from several former Boroans among them Percy Mulock who has just hull elected to a lucrative position in Mur corsburg Academy ono of the lest academies in tho Stole With kindest regards I nm Yours sincerely J T BAKER A Letter From Miss Frances M Berry Former Student Now Teaching at Troy Ky Miss Sophia Hodges who is now in charge of the school buildings anti store nt Camp Nelson visited lint In stitute at Nichol Hril1e last week Henry Berry nnd Jesse KatcIiHo who have boon employed at the Plankington House Milwaukee Will write that they have boon much pleas ed with their summers work andox pect to return to Boroa in September Miss Lauretta Savage a former omldoyedby yMryoung mon and women among his teachersMiss Frnnettt Bqrry won tho prize offered by Mr Robert L Fletcher to the teacher iu tho Joint Institute of Jessamine and Wood ford counties who would mako out tho host list of healthful foods The prize was a IxlautiflilcoPy of Titiw a Comrade of Charles Kingsloy lOrcont The THE HOME The Hardest Day It is a common complaint union housewives that Sunday is tho hurtles day in tho week Sovoral things com bine to make it so first every out wants an extra nap oftontimoH tjiosi who used lengthened rut the least are most exacting in demanding it second tho children must bi dressed and helped off to Sunday school leaving numberless little duties undone or unfinished third is tlw Sunday dinner which custom ftayi must Ixi unusually toothsome There is no use in abusing tin mother nnd homomaker for this stati of timings Oven if it has conic gradu ally aloud through her unselfish do sire to make herself n slave for hei family iu order that thoy may onjn themselves on this day of days Tin liUHbnnd and children expect amid take ns a matter of course unusual effort nnd service from the Martha of the house on Sunday and ns time passes mid children multiply and grow older tho complications smut to thicket instead of disaponr till It comes to lx woondnry thought whether or not Martha shall go to church Mothers are loth to hint that nefislr ness oven thoughthtssuexs is nt till bottom of the trouble but HO it is It semis that the last thought n inothui will tike is that shun should rovplt 01 take soy heroic meiimire in artier tt make her Sunday n day of rest or tt plan that shin may have divine service but surely some course should lx taken to onso her of the hurdoi and allow herself something of bob bath inspiration Siipwo on next Sntunlay evening she should plainly present the situn thou to tho view of her nf nmblw family Very likely they would Ix Htirprimxl and mortified that mothoi wns overburdenixl and likely to i thorn would lx n chorus bfregrut and genuine willingiuwM to comp to the ntsciio If not theivHjs clearly tin mothers duty to say firmly hndkind IyISO long nay you slrop mid no longer if you would bnvikfunt wild the nest of us If you aro well und do not commit your breakfas will besot mile nnd though wo are sorry to Ixj doprivixl of your company and to lime you out n cold breakfast tho aim tornativo is of your choosing you cnnnot expect any ono to INI dis commoded or lato to church on your account Lot the morning work Ixi divided among tho family memlxirs Mull IMV hug mold responsible for his or her shareAs to tho dinner question that could le so easily ilisjxwe4l of with the exorcise of sullicient foresight nail firmnessMothers and daughters you can if you will plan morn simply amid wisely It will ho for the spiritual as lull as welfare of yourselves andothorsCuulberlnntl Prusby torian The Outward Sins Tho faithful Christinns maiTnor of words ns well as of lifo already has tho mark of Heavens purity and truth upon it Speaking tho in love men lust him not his own then como to speak uhsolfiHhly in Jim others tiny considerate Cherishing in turn become no resentment ho awakens no angry feelings Such a Christian self control is not easily nttnined but is worth striving for and by Go ls it is not out of roach TJio Con gregatioualist Berea Banking Company Will begin business Sopt 3 1901 Capital ffilSOOO We solicit tho accounts of corporations firms and individuals Courtosy promptnoss and llbornllty oxtondod c Correspondence wd personal interviews im Urd c jt c DIRECTORS er A A T FISH S R WKLCH JR W F KIDD B R ROBINSON J L GAY h A T FISH PresidentS JR Viro President WlI POUTER Cashier No More Vermin and its Attending Evils Our Peerless Poultry nnd Anima Fumigntor will positively rid fowls nm animals of lico and goons o every kind It is worth many times itl price Costs lint little No trouble to use Lasts for yoars Big Inducements to Agents Hl Al-i CODDINGTON Co Bsrea Ky THE SCHOOL JtllIlIlllv J WDIitnnnra Dean ol the Nor real Dci rtuiuntlUrM Shcarte Among tho educational problems noun is tort urgent for solution than that of attendance Tho State makes provision for a curtain number of mouths pf school the district fur nishes schooHioimu and nil necessary nitiipmont tho trustees employ n teacher mind nil legal requtiomoutH are compliiHl with But what does it all avail the Ixjy or girl who does not nt teudl County superinleiideiits assort that tho nttendnuco rarely ex deeds f0 her cent of the school census mud often falls far ls low that This menus that half or more than half of tho youth mutt not receiving tho choicest and most valuable gift time state has to bestow Thorn is noth ing moro daugorotis tQ a RtlttJ or com munity than ignorance nothing that HO raises tho Hlundnrd of eiviliwitiou and enterprise as enlightment Ho silts n fair education is time heritage of every American child and wlinovnr or whatever deprives him of it ohentu him out of his most vnlunbK IXM sion Thorn are Hornnd rouses for light atU iidanco First children cumin fat short of realizing tutu miHulnnei of thn mining the common Hhools nf ford Second time fault lies partly nud somo would say uhielly wjth the teacher A good live earnest mnn or wOllallwillmak1 school lifn NO in toroNting nnd peawmt that pupils will delight in it xvhelher they realize its lx nofit or not Rut perhaps thin groat t sxinsibility nf all lies iii tho partMilH 1or trilling excusert children aro kept at homo when every in terest of themselves time community and time nation demands that they lx iu school A child may earn twenty fivn or fifty cents at home limit his limo in school is worth ninny tiuiuN that Imo 1U11IX1f1t money may limps in life lint youth affords till only opportuni ty for ncfjuiring nnrHiitmtron Wo SojiHtimoHjionr jxirfjjts nrif they cninnoi gut ttyair to jp to school Any frillier who cannot in tluctt his child so ntteml whwl is tint worthy the timillu of fn tlinrr Anj child with Hucha father is prnctionlly nn or phnii amid is grontly to lx pitied A litho firmuoHH decision maul spirit of enterpr s4i on tutu part of parents will go n grunt way townnl bringing out manly and womanly iunllUuN iu their children whllo weakly yielding to their whims amid capriccn is ruinous Everyoiin interested in education should do his utmost to mason this evil To provide good school mind not hiring the children into contact with it is worse them it would lx to prepare them a flue dinner mud keep them away while it is IxMng served School tones are short onough nt lest nut not n tiny can Iw spared without injury Wilbur Smiths College Lexington Ky Write to Prof W It Smith for 2T years President of the famous Com morcinl College uf Kentucky Uuivorsi ty for particulars of unoqiinhxl in pursiioitIMI or TKiKiiiruic Courw This lCollege is responMililo and is intluen tial iu securing situations for iU Bin dents See nilvertiwmenlA- ddroHH only W It SMITH Lf xing ton Ky Guaranteed Ii Salary 900 Yearly Miii and nomru of nisi txMtmi In rppnwii nt Minif lit IntvH uppolnlliiK iurnl irtliin In- fial work limklnc alley our rut4m4 MUM Kaernlwm yiniljr Mint nmunlMHoiK cud eauIrM rallr alYallnl15IIIi5d rlabiinilrnml rislaV fur elrlt man or wnwn I Mllre 11 1ntIL 1IIIn willi al litnoiito NtW lirlMUiil lin Write cnn HTAFIOUII ImIRr5 91 Churn Hi New llnvMii Colin 7Mt THE FARM Mitts by 8 a MAMIN ImKiwir ol limit rulliiru llonii CnllrKo The Gladelands Herd of Holstcin Freslan Cattle Tho Farm Department now feels itself to IM fairly on the road toward purebred stock ruisimr The handsome black mid whilo IlolsteinFrosian heifers grazing in the campus during the vacation move attracted a great deal of attention All four are registered animals from one of the finest hurtle iu Miwsnchu Notts and with lime bull of Another line of breeding mako up what wn have decided to call our Ghulm lunch Herd Tho young row lladelands Patty dropH d her first calf a timid heiion tho llttli of this month This cow promised to develop into a great milk er AH this breed is little known in this purL of limn country it should lx explained that they am the hairy cattle of tho Northwest of Germany and North Holland time compound lame ndoptcd by Amerieaii im orters niiil brooders inuluding cattle from two provinces Thono Netherlands cattle have liocn carefully bn d for many centurieN thought it is only about M years that ocinl attrition has IXMIII givers to their hnlOrlntlou- lulu this country and tho last ten or twenty yearn has KWII thin inott wonderful improvement iu thn quanti ty and iiality of their milk Their records for large yield of milk nru loll known but few an nwnro that among thin lx nt faindies tho milk is ulmi very rich Records of u yield iu OlIO tiny of ltl HM 8T lbs amid oven 100 illS of milk are well imthcntient od but in addition wo havo sucli ulli cial rctords an the following Tho cow Paulino Paul gave in IlrIStiflD DM ol milk making I 1f1 list 1t4oz of huller Princes of Wayne IU Ib S oz of butter 10 days Merce dos UU Ib OJ oz uimallod hatter 3ho 30 days ending July tat ISM wiutiiiig the Challenge Cup rtix u to all brmls Tho milk of 1mCCl1I when the cream is off miliVu INI milk ill rich and nutritious nn nc oortnt of the cAxoin or chcorfnmnkiiig immaterial it coiitniim The nninmls of till College henl are directly descended from tho cow whom milk and butter records I hart given above nail number in the fnmi Ike many other inouilioni of superior merit S C M rA CHANCE FOR YOU Thorn is a good chnnco for Mrong and willing young men to onrn mon orfor ox XMiK4fl in lloron this work on time haunt anti in tho Brick Yard R1ulat other work Tktso clmnciM are such ns will lo hero in tho 1allyTurin lx gin ning Snptemlxjr IIIIncl the work mu t lo mil IIlCorchllUtIIFor particulars addnxw W C GAHIILK Secretary Heron Ky Students who are on hand nt thin oKiiingofUio Fall Term have tho host chhn1 to get good warding places nail chances to work fsXPX8IENC Truce Mnn Dcsiarm COPYRIGHTS Ac- AntnnewtldtfQArirfrhan4d er4in met 9uny artteul AUlyptrnWtf eibt iiiii it unmud- rynn41lynuado d Imillni niiruUurns rra tUdeltart fur r IMIMII Ink Ihroiuli Munn la roralT inul ki 1ut roerm In cite rlanIrln rr r Hir ruiiiiUi It JM4I rKl ncwulfml- wMUNf Co361Bro York mh uoca HU WwhlMluii UU WANTKI uljlf rrllnMc III rrvrr manly k rrrtM iilUrKiOiiiniimiytifwillil flnui eNl nplltAI IlIr vt Ir yable we klyiI rrisAlurdnlrlyureaodeurxieu- + mmlKlit lo ilonului Mlnrr nouim ndMtuna15F lltd stele InrIy end ex 11I1I moiiry HilvannM tarn wujk mcr NI IIIUHK tit St ClIICAIKI II dBEREAPlaces the Best Education in Reach of All Over JO Teachers 8QO Htiulouts front ISO States Largest Collogo Library In Kontucky NO 8ALOONH Trade SchoolH Cnrpoutry Printing Dousowork Nursing two years Model HchoolH General ISduciitiuo and fitting for adviuicwl courses For those fiiflMcntly nilvanced to get a ttuchera certificate Applied Science Two years course with Agriculture for young nice and Domestic Science for young ladies Normal Conrno Two years with practice teaching Academy CourHo Four pears fitting for College for business sail Col logo Course Literary Philosophical Classical for lifo flliiHlo Reod Organ Choral free Vocal Piano Theory Wo are hero to all who will holy thnmsolvos toward n Christian edu cation Our instruction is a fret gift Students pay n small incidental foe to moot expense of tho school apart from instruction and must also pny for board in advance Expenses for tern 12 weeks may bo brought within T2400 about fU to Ism paid in advance Tho school is endorsed by Baptists Disciples Method isle PresbyteriniiN anti good people of nil denominations For Information and friendly advice address the Secretary w O QAMJ LI3 Iloroa Madison Co Ky