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Rev JOHN Wllh HtninR I Kntrrnt nl thr Po Soft dau 7UlUITHE CITIZEN IJ 11IVOL In A Kaniily IapnrIIEIiEA MADISON COUNTY THURSDAY SEPTEMBER B 1901 Fifty cents n year so IDEASIKuilli Work KiulimiiiHm n trio of invincihliMClcan ynrd htfnntlit iiuly froMH coin Tim world in not being dnmin1 for peon of gosh iiilvicn II you AHoir niiiirntf you will aloe In puss judgment on iiwitlmi Ho that widkftli uprightly wulkilli Mural Take Notice PfllMilltlll1 lrost priiiulitw at Sliito Lick Spring minx Sunday afternoon Hrothitr Dixlwull pnwehi nt 51HI lao rimHl next Siindny inoritiiiK Our lloini harm Srhnol do piirttiiniitH art on tint Monnd ixtgt tlllH WISk Atttiition lioiiMikiMiporn No Nun god rend IIII purl II NotiVo In an otlmr IYllII Ill Ike mini you deal Inmph Cooks HJMIKII on MormoiHHiir It in Tin Ilointi column FROM THE WIDE WORLD e S Ambassador Andrew D White returned to Berlin Tho Kmperor of fleriniiny ndviww the Sultan of Turkiv to nettle wltli Kronen without delay Tim French have formally handed ovor tho Royal Inliiro of IVkln to tin Chlne o plllllipolullariol- lAlillml Carnrgio hnN given SMXJ to inch of tho four minor who diaplnyed miiih hrnvnrv in the reouo of their comrades in tlm event oolliery disM tar ill IWliNhire Scotland TIll Belgian utoniimr Noniinnort bound from Hntouii to Itomlwr foundered the Black SlIt during n mivero storm Aug lift fin minrivor I IIIIH IMWI pit kIMl up Thirty nine lirtw are lost IK OUR OWN COUNTRY With tho exception of its four nHt cities OI orgia is a prohlhitiotal- alalo Tho production of petrolium in this country for ono year past is KVW270I barrels Tutu first stuko for tho Worlds Fair in IJOtt at St Louis Mo wax ilrivon Tuoftday A Kansas City man has dituxmirod that going without fool will euro rheumatism The Filipino momlKirs of tilt Philip pine Commission took tho oath of of ficu Monday Lslwr Day Sept 2 was observed in New York by n genoral suspension of business If tilt marketing of furl oil from Beaumont Tex is a HIICOOHH till coal production In tho 1VeNt and South will Im reduced i OlK0 tons Reports come from over tho country that ho imago dono by tutu drouth is not so Morions as at Unit reporlitl- On Sunday morning tutu oustorn portion of Cleveland 0WI visited by a cloudburst and sustained nearly JlOOOIXX of damage The oil wells driven in tho Bonn mont Tex district could load a train ouo milo long iu 21 hours Thor pro duet 1000000 gallonvdaily COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Thom nra only HOVOII out nnd out wot counties in tho Stato- Iockca tlo County Teachers Insti tutu is in session at Mt Yernon There is nFig oil excitement on Crook Kuotl county Large iiiiinbcrH of pearls limit being found along tho banks of LittloIJivor near Cnledonln Christian county There is serious trouble in the mill inK districts in Hopkins county The miners are graving unit a clash is fear udAll oil company near Monticollo Wayno county Htriuk oil at n depth of 4K feet Thorn lUll 1X fret ofoil in tho well Aaron Kohn n prominent criminal lawyer of Louisville is considering n proP itiou to act as counsel for Caleb Iowors in his coming trial Miss Ella Shoa of Covington hits passod tho touchers examination for a stato diploma making an average of 171 17 the highest mark ovor made in this examination W S Boasloy of Lancaster sold to tho United Status Beof Co of Now York 182 cattle and Gibbs Bros sold I to the same firm IfiO head Tho nv orago was lCtOO pounds nnd the price SGSfi to S5W wr 100 pounds CIIANCISRRYOUNilMOIMJ Ih IN finirth chum IIINII when you might IH tsttlclass or oven II flint f Why btotr child WIIIH IIpfllir to mitlhllc when yule miglil have Iii IU tnki It prit- Do you knot how many hIIlICI- IIIIIIlullK IIIJulrlltoI uhntes t1l11l briiiK mUll yonii men and young HiHiMn hiindiwlN of iiiilen YOUNGMINtrrc Seienre oiitinu fitting n lay lohiopHecoiintN mniuiKe t111NinPoxtldoonduela fiirm with garden Ntnek and nil of the bout proHptflllIHinlNnN CIUNCK 2 Vrxxlworking courm flttiiiK a bor for the trmlo of Carp n tttr and Builder with nkliieping drawing nod other 1iIltlllitotl to make a jftKxl citieii Kilt IRII intelligent tind HnifixMfiil mat A little training dcMiblni manN wag CM i 1 The NoriiMl oourne fitting fur llrttl clHHM mitilifnto Hiato tirtiJiiMl Hiid Ntate diploma TIll well etliuHlwl tiinchor getn to front MINI Idrtn HtiidnnU overywhero MUttHIat thus liiKid Study this fall witch up with tilt ti who aro now IIfIchillKlIunl The Ixiy who hits little money nwl fow friends din still get clinuit by nwnding hull his time nt work mid Ixnriiing II goo l trade wliilt HtudyiuK thre ht of the titan If you bnvHn riff you will told a irny FOR YOUNG LADIES CiUMre 1111 Appliitl Science HMiro for girls titling a young wom an to manage biiHiuem keep iiwoiintH take CAnt of gard u dairy dross inak iiif nml nil kimlN ol WOIIMUH work in the lent way and at the sumo time giving mono mimic history lull other KtndieN whirh every intolligont lady noMlH Hii h tho moMt pnictienl nod uominon MNIM oourso in the world Dont sit at hang with your hands in your Inl but bo improving your wlfCiuxrr 2 Tako n yonr or two in imwie until you win play and givo 8bOIIM on the cablnot organ Thou you can warn your own money and not Imvo to ask father for usury cent And thorn iw u world of ploasuro in Music CHANTK 8 Girls who graduate from the Nuiso oourNo mini Iron five to fifteen dollars a week car ing for tho sick nod ahoy can always find employment tutu do good in tho Christina work of ministering to the sick How many livo lire lost right in our own IIOHIM bwaiiHo wo do not know IMJW U euro for thin sick ClUNti L The girl who huts lit tlo money nut few friends who will help her Nhouhl take Mich htudios in tho apprentice couno will fit hor to earn good wages ns soon as pos Hiblt Wtt have girls who after from thiuo to nix teens at Moron hnvo been ablo to warn from three to liven dot tars a week A THOROUGH EDUCATION Besides thin Mpseinlchntcus noted above Heron College offers longer Aoiidemy and College Courses for young joople who wish to got a really thorough education and who have thin brain tho purpose and the time to get thin host No ono ought to try to bo n doctor a lawyer or a preacher without hiking n course of study stir liiient to Kill in stop with educated everywhere Berwi oh logo is ono of tho very few real colleges in tho South Tlioso who graduate from thin College Courses at Boron can take their places among educated peoplo in any pnrtof till world Three different onllogo coursas ntu given lending to till dxiet of BacluIor of Arts Hncholorof Mifiice and Muclio lor of Litenititre Now do not Ittit gnolchanro slip by You win grow oldor j11t sitting still hut you uunnot grow wisor or richer cur butler without working for it and the time to begin is unirf dH The full terns at Rerun optns next Wwlnosday Snpt 11 and you ought to bo out of tho bright tad eager young people who will lo hero to soio your clmnco Yon nover saw n person who wax sorry for guy education no matter how much it iwt them But thou KOOtllchnllcuRnot let yours pass improvcx STUDENT EXCURSIONS TO BbIUAIIFrolll CHICAGO via Big Four It IL leaving the Illinois Central Depot on the lukt front at the fool oft lolltlnY1HplIIhr charge of Robert Short who will meet the members of the party in the main wailing room Train arrives at till Central Iliion Depot of Cincin nati 710 he next morning Tho faro is SliUO t Cincinnati Iroin BLKKALO via Lithe Shore V Michigan Soul hern leaving the 1llIiOIl Deixlt at 110 pm Monday September iltli Excursion will bo in ulnirgo of Perry F Shrock who lintel tlm party in the main waiting room Tho train arrives at tho Union Dtipot in Cluvoland Monday ovuniug at 7 Tho tarn to Cleveland in 365 From CLEVELAND via Big Four leaving Union Depot on lake front at Nook and Water Streets at Wall p m Monday September nth Exciirmon will bo in charge of Perry h Shrock who also has charge of the HulTalo excursion Tho party will incut in the Ladies Waiting Room Train rearluH thin Union Depot at Cincinnati at GjfX the next morning TIm faro to Cincinnati in 510 IIrolll CINCINNATI via Kentucky Central Division of tho Louisville 1I Nashville R IL leaving UIII Central Depot corner Central Avenue a Fourth Street at HOI n in Tuesday Septemlxir 10th Excursion will be in charge of Mr Short Mr Shrock nod others who will meet tho mom hers of thin party in tho lower wailing rcxnn TIlt train arrives in Heron at 122 p ii- iIartiet from BUFFALOshould ar rungo with Mr Shrock for their tick els to Ciiuinnati while enrouto to Cleveland and to Berua while enroute to Cincinnati Parties from Chicago should arrango with Mr Short for their tickets to Boron while onrouto to Cincinnati All utionld be on hand at least one hour before the triilnj Mliednled to dcjxirt in onler to give titan to pur ch use tickets in n body check bag gage etc which tmi not well bo done IIntllll11nre present If you come in lato it may cruise you to pay full faro instead of the two thinlH rata Report at once to the lender of your surly Tho jwrHoiiH in charge of the purlieu will wear the college colors thin Name HIOMO enclosed only larg er Do not full tt wear the colors as it will Iltl a inoaiiH of identification Any information regarding the excur situ or otherwise will ho iheerfnlly given Address W C GAMIILK Secretary Heron Ky Housekeepers Club Picnic Tho Ilousekeeper Club gave a pie tile oil tho Campus Monday afternoon Many well filled baskets worn brought and upward of n liundrtxl persons par talk of the feast A most pleasant social time was enjoywl President Frost monde a short interesting talk to the company Repair That Loom fashioragain and our girls should keep up the art of spinning Berea College is finding n market for the products of fireside industry which may bring education and comfort to many homes We can pay for wollwoven linen 40 cents a yard jeans 50 cents linsoy T0 cents Ixxl coverlets to 6 Patent dyes not accepted oldfashioned indigo preferred For information address JOSEPHINE A ROBINSON Homespun Exchange b rent KV m WANTKI r nlIe nllnUo in every county to rvinM nt large ntnpaey of wild limn rUI rcpiiutloii ftVi Mtlary INT yiar 1111110- kIT 11r Ia y allItely sure end all vxpcn Ma straight lana ode illUnite glary no trin mlwlon salary paidreef Satnnlay and eziKUM monry a lvann each week STANDAKI IIOU8KXU DKiKBoKN u TO THE DEAPA rich lady carol of her Deafness and Noises in the Head by Dr Nicholsons Artificial Ear Drums gave 25000 to his Insti tute so that deaf people unable to procure the Ear Drums may havo them froo Address No 1311 Th Nicholson Institute 7SO Eighth Awe nuo Now York 520 02 u unY M C A Greeting To all young men who aro coining to Borea this Fall Our doors are open we bid you wol righthandlove The regular meetings of our associa tion are hold on Sunday evening at the vospor hour when we gather for prayerWo Insure and cordially invited your attendance at all our meetings omo thou with us and we will do theo good Members of our association will on the excursion by which you com to badgeAny e gladly given by those brethren Hoping to meet you at the opening the Fall Term 10C yoursBerea At BICKNELL EARL VI No More Vermin anj its Attending Evils Our Poorloss Poultry and Animal Pumhrator will positively rid fowls and animnlH of lice and germs ol every kind It is worth many times it A riseLastsBig Inducements to AgentsI B CODDIN3FON Co Bra Ky KELLOGG WITHENBURY Wholesale GrocersIIrvine St Richmond Ky A full line of Staple Groceries carried at all times Mail and Phone Orders receive prompt shipment An Independent Weekly Devoted to the Interests of THE HOME FARM R SCHOOL 60 CENTS A YEAR KENTUCKY Troublesome welNmatchod FOR MEN Shoes 150 Shoesa a 200 Shoes 250 Shoesa 300 Shoes 350 Shoes S 400 Shoes 500 youfirstwill bring you back again Covington Banks KyOUTFITTERS BOYS T C LOWRY ATTORNEYATLAWRichmond OFFICE BlILDINQ STREET Collections And Real Estate Specialty U u E B McCOY Dentist Berea Kentucky C I OGG Firstclass Photography 0Center Strut Bma Ky MEAT MARKET I have reopened the Meat Market on Main Street Fresh Meats VegetablesinM B RAMSEY Berea Ky Three Years in Richmond teethIIshow any defects I will make new sot free Wo are making tho best set of tooth in tho world for S7CO and if detects show in 3vo yours we give you a new sot free This applies to all tho tooth I have made or am going to make tho best fills in tho world at 75 cents DR HOBSON Dentist Permanently located in the Building next door to Gov ernment Building Richmond Kentucky Reference Richmond National Bank Special Prico to Students INVEST WITHIThe Ideal Realty BETTERI RESERVEIThan any other company doing business in the State Those seeking honest legitimate investments will receive our most cordial and thoroughattention DR C E SMOOT MgrJCapital Stock S1OOOO HOMEOFFICE RICHMOND KY FINE FURNITURE SALE I It will bo to your interest to inspect our stock before your buy pricesHardwoodCouches at special bargain prices during tho mouth Everything in the Furniture Lino Great Sale on Carpets and Rugs for Cash Wo invite all our Boroa Friends and all Citizen subscribers to call and inspect boforo making purahaso- sUNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY Day Phone Night Phone alloy Hobson 66JO SI JOPLIN Richmond Ky II A GREAT DISTRIBUTION inLadlesand Box Calf Shoes and Oxfords Boys and Youths Shoes SUSPENDEHSdate creations Our SHIRT WAIST for Men is the most com plete and practical waist on the market Our HAT and CAP Department is Uptodate In Our NECKWEAR DEPARTMENT are all the latest sensations and our Washable Tics are the newest and most varied line of this class of goods on the market n thanOursare offering DOUGLAS CRUTCHER 207 W Main St Richmond Ky Fall Term Opens Sept 11 19OL THE CITIZEN A Weekly Newspaper BEREA KENTUCKY LOCAL AND PERSONAL Fresh bread at Bicknell R Karlys- We nre glad to welcome you back M rHoFmst expects to IK home Sa turdayKobinson the Jeweler guarantees nil his work 1 M Early lot for Louisville Wednesday Stanley Frost will resume his st u dies in Herea M L Spiuk and funnily have user etl to Mr RiirdetLs Otlin H McNTutt has gone to Sow Brighton Ill to work I eL Kawlings mid C 1 Ogg were in ttnctustorllondny Miss Helen Lewis has returned from a visit to friends in Tnscola 111 Isaac Stewart of Florida is visiting tho family of his tulcle11 Branna inan John Hurdette has closed his base ball engagements and is at homo againBrother Dixlwell has purchased tho Burton cottage anil moved there iu Friday Prof L V Dodge returned homo Saturday from a visit to Ohio mid the Tan Ex Mrs Jan Dalton and daughter + Lola nre spinnling this week at Mill lory Springs Miss Van Horno reports a delight- fulI tour in Europe and Berea will be glad to M U her Willie Lusk has resigned his school because of ill health and has gone this u tonne at London We otter you thu facilities of n wel moneyed and well equipped hank Tho UKHBA DANKINO Co Dont forget to call on Treasurer Osborno for a Householders Permit if you sent to keep hoarders Estill Iulaski Magotlin and many other counties are to be more fully represented in Berou this fall Full Engraving is a HjHcialty with T A Kobinson Jeweler in tho Welch Block Prices very moderate Mrs K U Putnam returned Satur day from Irvine whore she had been attending till teachers institute Mias Josephine A Robinson and mother arrived Saturday and are doimcTlwl iu the Roger a Annex If you want n Stylish Hat or Cap of Fine Quality and ut n low price go and buy of Bicknoll and Early A well selected stock of lowolery Watches Clocks fcc is to bo found at Robinsons in the Welch Block Married Wednesday Aug 28 l 1JOl Miss Tacy V Stokes to John Victor Paxton of Emporia Kansas Prof and Mrs C JUxford Hay moud ciime in Saturday from Ang ola N VMrs Raymonds home The now Administration Building is u very neat tasteful structure and its elegant dress is pleasing to the eyo Miss Eva 1addock who has beon teaching for sonic years in Michigan plans to return and complete a course at Berea Missus Carrie Woods and Pearl Buker who have Ix3u spending vaca tiou at Chuutnuquii X Y returned Saturday Tho Town Taxes for tho yeir IK1 are past duo March 1st Tlio Mar blial wants you to pay up and save the per Wilt The Bercu Banking Company open ed fur biihiiiosH on Tuesday The safo lor the Hank is us good as money cull purchase r If Kobinson thou clever repro sent Lre of Kellogg and Withenbury left on an extended trip through tho mountains Monday 1eau gut Pure Spices Flue Gro cries All Kinds of Oral Fools and the Best Coffee in Town at lowest pricjH of liiuknell mid Early Bit l1111 land Early have in a full stock of Extra Good Hoots and Shoes for Ladies Gents and Children Tho Prices of these goods Lure Very Low Cleaning and repairing of Fin Watches and Jewolery of nil kinds will be done at u reasonably cost by T A Robinson Jeweler Welch Block YOUR BANKINGNo matter how small no matter how large The Berea Banking Co will give it care ful attention This message to the men and women uliko Your little savings deposited with Tho Ikrea Banking Co from tune to time will grow and grow until they become a large sutra of money Try it little folks T A Hobinson tho Jmvulor and Optician in tho Welch Block is pro pared to thoroughly atd scientifically examine your eyes and lit you with glasses Examination Erse Mr and Mrs John Jones and Miss Josie Walden of Winchester visited J W Dalton and family Friday cud Saturday and left on Sunday for a two weelHstay at Mallory Springs WHEN A BOY has once secured a hack hook ho is often eager to add moro money to his account Thus little hy little ho acquires the habit of saving Ho should been couraged Goo W Pow took his thorough bred Poland Chitin Boar livid Boono ngo 5 months to the Rich nioud Fair Friday Ho entered him in ring Best hoar any ago and took first proiiiium- Omfim Michigan Homo live bund rot miles north of Boron ill n summer paradise according to thin reports of the President and Professors Marsh and Diimmore who have just visited it Good train service and reduced rates make it very accessible from Cincinnati Important Notice Thoro will he a social gathering of studt outs of Berea College at Ladies Hull Saturday afternoon Sept int hull past two oclock It is very important that every woman wino expects to havo fitudonts in her family or room ing in her house during the com lI year Iw present as the changes in the rules and regulations will be fully explained at this gathering There will lx+ no individual invita tion sent out as hills Ixen done at for mer Matrons Meetings so fill are rev quested to spread the iiutice- JoscrniNK A KOIIINSOS Madison County The city schools of Richmond are overcrowded The Colored Fair nt Richmond was n great success finniicinlly Tim County Teachers Association met at HybiH town last Saturday Tho people of Valley View are dis satisfied with their telephone service Messrs Letcher and Witt are erecting a new warehouse on thin same situ us the old ono occupied Dr H It Gibson of Richmond hiss gone to Germany to take an ad vanced course in medicine mid surgery Wo opened for business Tuesday Sept 3 You nre most cordially in vited to visit usThe Benin Bank ing Co- Colts nudes and cattle sold woll at Richmond on court day Cattle at 2j to lc mules f0 to SKIfi and Jolts 3t to 170 The patrons of the Berea Banking Co will receive every courtesy and accommodation within tho range of prudent banking John B Choimult mid Waller lieu net have been appointed as commis lions of Madison county The sheriff will appoint a third commissioner Thompson Burnani and James T Boggs did not accept tho nominations tendered then by tho Republican Convention on Saturday Aug 21th Mr and Mrs C S Carrier of Big Hill are in serious trouble because their son Lutes fourteen years old has left homo to avioid being sent to school Tho September term of tho Madi son Circuit Court bogan Monday with flovontynino criminal 1715 equity thirty six ordinary and twelve divorce cases on the docket Wo are slot disposed to overlook the fact that the interests of the bank and thoso of the x oplu are closely bound together Thor cannot by any means he soparatNLThe Herea flanking Co Tho Pantagraph has a now manager ond editor Mr E B Smith of liv ingHtou Mr Smith is tho proprietor of tho Colonel at Livingston and an experienced newspaper man Success to Brother Smith For Sale A farm containing 05 acres 2H acres in Grass 2fi acres in Cultiva Lion and 15 azrus in Woodland Good Dwelling of f rooms now and all other Out Buildings On public road 1 stile from Pnnola Madison County Ky aunt lJ miles from Brassfiold Trice IXX Address Thomas A Shelton 1m Panola Ky THE HOME One of Joseph Cooks Greatest Speeches- Of some eminent public speakers it is truly said that in order to do their best they need the stimulus of opposi tion Joseph Cook was such an ore tor Strong in his conviction and con scions of his power probably his most joyous moments were when he hind adversaries before him whom ho wits sure were morally wrong rout who were compelled to listen to him A correspondent in tho ttentern Christian Ailrncale Inscribes a scene that ho witnessed and which lie re gards as Joseph Corks greatest ef fort The lecturer was in the United States Courthouse in Stilt Lake City the United States marshal with armed deputies wits present and the audi ence was composed mainly of Mor coons some of them well known as violators of national laws As Mr Cook went on with rising excitement pouring forth satire invective argu ment giving accounts of Mormon crimes with names of their perx tni tors there were muttered oaths and contradictions which were repressed by the marshal At last Mr Cook came to the climax introducing the well known carving over Hrigham Youngs lleehivo house and these were his final words which fell on the ears of men whose faces were ghastly and livid 1 have long been sinking some em blem into which for the sake of clear understanding nUll easy recollection I might crystallize my convinction in regard to the central principle of this Mormon blasphemy I had to come right here among you to find suohn speaklugNyull And in till carving over the gate which leads to one of your prominent otlicial houses I find that your own prophets aunt lenders linen unwittingly proclaimisl their central principles It is the figure of an eagle pressing his talons into a beehive rapacity preying on indus try That is Mormonism If only the ought wore a vulture thin emblem would be without a flaw A snore industrious and patiently plodding people cannot IM found on thoglolm Their toil hits made deserts green with meadows golden with harvests nUll bright with lowers Yet a more greedy horde of cormorants calling themselves bishops elders and priestn the world does not contain A HomeMakers Prayer Oh Thou Almighty One who host ever a tender care over thy daughters grant Thy sacred presence in my home this day May hospitality and pru denco control my plans gentleness and firmness my wools aunt acts Vouchsafe unto me patience toward those who serve rcmernlering their wearisome tasks and ofttimn loneli ness Help me I prayso to guide my children by holy teachings and careful example that thoy may recog nizo in Then their Master and Friend Let womanly purity illumine my every thought aunt sM ech so that he who leaves my side for the busy world with its befouling streams may return this night free from their Pollution and more truly Thin own If any souls seek this home for comfort or counsel grant mo a responsive spirit and from Theo 0 Fountain of all sweetness wisdom tumid strength I would draw help each hour not for wino own need lint for ill who come to be refreshed in tho Saviours name Amen The Congregational It is thou purpose of the Boron Batik ing Co to del ju lInllll liberally with nil WANTtIICIIItlu rvllftlilu HTwm In every county lo rvimwiilliirKannitpHiiy of Nillil tlimn cUl rriiitAtloii 10 Kolnry I et yr 11 r wyiililr wwkly 1 ivrilHy nlHiiliilvly mini unit nil exeu MW mrnlKlil inlt lhle lUflnlto fcolnry iiotxim mlwlon Hilary utlil etch ttalnnUy HIH cx IIIII- C1Oe Hilvamvil fucli vvulc STANDAItl HOUnK ICI IIKAKHOKS sr IIIICAOO THE SCHOOL Killteil liyj tVnluannre next ol the Nor mal DciHMiiiitit Itcrra rolliKi Why Should Not Teaching Be a Profession- A profession is a closini omipatioii an occupation lor which ono rust hat n n spocial training such as a doctor lawyer or druggist must Imvn before hCIUl enter upon his workIHoforo a doctor can treat the liploulIIlfromAnd that iloos not nidify him to practice law touch school or preach thou gospel It dimply means that ho hits finished n course in thin study of tho human body That ho has Mudied iti growth its parts itsditvolopments anil the diseases which seize and waste it away It moiins too that lit huts a knowledge of tutu medicines necessary to tint arrest of those diseases and the restoration of the pints destroyed Ity them And that hw him actually practiced medicine under the direct of a skilled cillIIA lawyer must have special train ing Inforo he is allowed to go before tilt bur and plead the case of his neighbor And thudntggistlast have finished n prescrilnHl course nudalt tained a diploma Itefore he is permit tin to sell drugs hind fill the doctors prescript ion Thus special scientific ant practical preparation is v hunt it takes to change an occiiptttion into a profession The doctor lawyer nod druggist dell exclusively with till house we live iu and have hut little to do with us What would you think of a man who sMnt all of his strength trying to stay the Minis which were mulling his temporal house to the ground and listened hixslleNsly to till Mcreiims of his perishing familvT clllitlIIU not think him wiser to first rescue his family and thin do what he could to save his house Theo would it min- tsl wiser to give our first attention to tIn rt HCiie of the souls and chamctors of the teeming millions who are tsar ishing in till Vanes of ignorance out sin cad rank shad teaching among the professions by forcing those who participate in that holy calling to uuukenslxrinlNceulflie preparation for that work Our IKfIiIIU little helps of clay which can live only n short time with ell the professional care we ran give them Our characters art immortal and our souls never din Our char actors urn made byour teachers and connect us with each other and jmss down this long lint of generations growing stronger as they grow older Our souls were made hy God and live forever It ilMinls largely up on our teachers whether they will connect us with God or the devil The question an it stands shorn us is this Which has the greatest right to lx a profession the practice of medicine which leads with n little heap of clay that can live uuln short time at IMst or that of tenching which deals with immortal character and Honls which belong to God and never dill THOMAS T SIMMONS It used to lx tho idea that tutu time to go to ISoreo was for the winter hut now people are finding out that the twit time is in till full A CHANCE FOR YOU Thoro is a good chance for strong and willing young men to unit mon ey for school expenses in Herea this Full by work ill the Farm and in the Brick Yard and at other work TIUHU chances are only for such as will lo hero in the Fall Term begin ning September IInllll till work must Ixi engaged beforehand For particulars address W C QAMIILK Secretary Herea Ky BEREA COLLEGEFounded Places the Best Education in Reach of All Over itO Teachers 800 HtiulontH froth 20 States Largest College Library In Kentucky NO HALOUNH Trade SchoolH Carpflntry Printing Housework Nursing two years Model HulioolH General Education and fitting for advanced courses For those tufflciently advanced to yet u teachers ccrtilitntc Applied Hclonco Two years course with Agriciilturo for young moll and Domestic Science for young ladies Normal COHFHO Two years with practice teaching Academy Courso Four years fitting for Collogo for business not College OourHo Literary Philosophical Classical lfor life Music Rood Organ Choral free Vocal Piano Theory We are hero to help all who will holp themselves toward n Christian edu cation Our instruction is a free gift Students pay a small incidental fee to meet expenses of the school apart from instruction and must also pay for board in advance Expenses for term 12 weeks may ho brought within 2400 about n1 to bo paid in advance The school is endorsed by Baptists Disciples Methodist Presbyterians and good oople of all denominations For information and friendly advice ruldreea the Secretary W O GAMFIiB B rea M dUou Co Ky THE FARM Klltisl hy S It IAN IrnlifMir ol lloill villluro arreIallhKtl A Talk About Ashes Wo urn cutting pine hemlock aunt cedar logs in our sawmill laid burn fug the refuse in our large iron burn er Could the ashes be lined us a fer til lien on our garden and would they Ixt as good as manureT Wo hove a large quantity in pile outdoors un covered from hist season Could this hut IIHIIor has it lost its gixxlncsst Ford River Mich K n L We have so many questionu about ashes that we will try to cover them in out answer One of thin best pamphlet dealing with the subject is Bulletin No 71 of the Main Experi ment Station Orono Me Ashes as we all know contain the indestruc tible purls of vegetable matter Sometimes tho combustion is not com plete so that this ashes contain small Juts of charcoal or unburiiid wood which mitt little to the value There in of course no nitrogen in n well burned ash since that element is a gas and is driven elf h11I1it The three valuable fort iIiziog elements found in Lushes are potash phosphoric acid and lime The value of a wim plo of wood ashes was formerly menu Bret by the amount IIf11IIIIh it contain but now that the value of lime is more generally rccognired that element is considered The value of tummy sample of ash will de pond on this toIwhirh was burned to produce it and on the way it was burned The director of the Maine JoIrilllllIt Station inakts the follow i mug classification r IherI-K phoonc ladtO rw Ih trImriilmrtMut tan wiled M 21 Nat- huu 1 nlil 7a II N I nlnuh l mrfl wood I iiUwbnl viA Hood lnmi 15 II N a- I lilnx hr1 Mill Htiml Will lurtwiv Ik 17 tt I t11nMuhrit Iala 1- 11h1 NiRrl 4 tI This given the amount of potash which is soluble in water According to the table IIlIIn WIHH shitsere worth men than tlioe from soft wood hilt this IN dun largely lo the way the wood is burned and till way the 111IIn kept This JH shown by some eM riiniMilH in Ciinniln rls rte by thin Ontario Agricultural College Dilferent kinds of wooil were hurled under the most favorable cdiiditiiMiH- so that nIl the imh was saved HIH not mintlwith send TIll follow ing table sinus how some of those compared unu rIM Kliulul wwsl 11r su rtapl I u xu1 1+ Y o k- Hlrrh 1 I LJIt 117 J1 lit mush rM 11 111- 1ppis Is II 111- IIdxr WI I1f a II IliHllnrk JI71 Y7n 11 0 Iltir II a I aA 9t lx- ealar 111 II 41 0 Hpriirr aM 1 ill ItJ Rural Sour fattier ITI TI U S Department of Agriculture WEATHER nUREAU Voluntary Obitrvrrs Meteorological Record llrnsi Ilhr AllKlll I1MII h Mxilniiim l inM ralurr VI f 1411 19th- Mlahaam Irmiwralure M f Italr nit Menu tMitrntiirr 7iB t- IIrh1 ilMly rna K K Italy AM- ITirtol irrrliIMI Hi 7 r hlrhw- 0rrelrr4In1lNnin 2Ci Inrim iMIr Ilb- NmnUriif Hvnr ilnyt in Nnmlrr ill rlotiily ilujrn III So of partly clmnly lII Public Sale On Saturday Sept 7 I will of fer for sale to the highest bidder my Farm Situated 2 nulls from lirrra near Richmond Iike rontainiiiK 130 acns about 110 arrrs in riilti vat ioi The plnrr is well sat red by JOts Lick Crook a Kl well of soft water not two ncvir hull lu- gringsThere is a comfortable 3rooiu house a good cellar two story smoke house and good new ham on the place also n good young orchard in bearing I will also offer for sale the crop on the farm harming implements and household furniture For terms apply to JEROME It TIRKIIL Berea Ky FOR SALE Two Fine- Kitchen Cabinets J2 EACH At COLLEGE SHOP T jlll SUNDAY UHOOII LtSSON X THIRD QUARTER INTER NATIONAL SERIES SEPT HJfoal or the mon ciegin III 5J Jliimiri ViTHm Itt RlinJru tlrIrIivMlfcht 11101 liy AllHlliDIl Inw AY rtitnI- L IL Ami Juiiili xntit out from Itt nlilui awl wrist luwurd 1 1 in an Tlic iiiviiiiii flinpliT tilU of tin iliirp lime iiutlcril upon INIIIIC liy liuiili mill lux MiiiliiT KilHlnli limit of IIIHM lie- U Mini perms i to kiln lilt limllni Iw IUIIW III Illlll Hlllllllllttll Mill Illll Illklll Ids liliimllii ami rat u riNIlIt uf lllls tIM xiiiiliiiti oT Inroli to Iliunii to KilMkaliH Lnther lnllIlI fur U Iles 11111 Iswrls IM tlic nayof tin iiiHiiilni of tin linl to liii nl UK lie Jmirinyol to llnriiii mill IN a 1iiiirl of IIu iiliilrlflll KriliC of nII bill wrD1a WINO to hurl trui iiiiiltriuc on tin purl of Imoli aster In lift din fu tlicrn hoururr for ter noiilil Imvi much Her to iniilltiitr nw ln Jonihiyiil upward nloin If Ihb kph 11II11IIlnIIIII1 unit tniHhil Him In mvoniplUlilii III HOWII way 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Melchlseilek chnptiT xlv 20 It we should rend It Slum jot will Is with me etc which trniislatloii sums way the wonl will nllow thin It lieiomes on the part of Jaroh n Kmtcful consecra tints to the Loril who nppenreil unto him We mny hope tlmt tho Intlr remllliK I + correit lint lot im who nrn reilcemeil liy the precloun lilooil of ChrlNt Me to It lint WP irratefiilly anti ehierfnlly end consul entfnuslv clvp thin Irfinl nt least thn lentil of nil lie Klviw IIH that wn may In our tx perlcncp manifest tIll truth of Mat ill 10 amt II CUron xnl 10 yit prove rlzul1L T THE MARKETS AI KCItlKTMl k II NUIIMAN t n CINdNNAll ljoI t J CATTLKUominon tar d tllfHuteliorH IIMy fi1JO fmttrgo onunou llixii Common 1261 HIIO t Kair gKl light Slll I lUll 11IIcldll ItO I Haf Slim nItochnien2r1O t 1110 Common to fairlf tf 11611 LAMB MOINNi to clinic il2Ti r1 f1rt Goiiiinon to fairJUO rj 1AN 1YnEATNo2IktI 73 fVIIISOATSNO J ti I7 HnNo 2 S1 III flli KIOOII Winter 11I1tlllIIO flI 180 fancyLN1 LMt Family Haii nf 2ifMIII FKKH 1700 a KfiO- UAVNO 11inudhy131ri l25 No 2 ll00r llJft No Clover 1101 w HKM NO a ioofcighfd 1oUITIIV Springers Iwr III III d II Heavy hens i 3l1utkeySpring Turkeys DunkM li KIMIM Inshnenrly 12 0lOI lIlrltly1141 utltvl Biri 7j dry halt IIII 10 Mull ni IiH1Laud skins 10 rr Iill TALLOW Irirnn city S Iii 6 Country 1y vt WOOL Inwnshisl l nlvliuul combing If Fr I7 IIIIIIllollf 21 l 2 22 d FKATIIKIIM fjiise new iHsirly whito I2 fjray to ti Id Duck colorid to whito US in iChieken wliitn nc quills If- iTurkny Uidy dry 2 ti Ifi t A Problem in Arithmetic lliirwi is not monoyiimkiiiK insti tin II It uirr the wrvirtvt of till its leauherN It charfces only mi inci dental fen to help pay for sweeping and warming tho hchmil rO fins ete lit I fe1 insures earn in any siektMNN so that you urn safer in Herea him at hone And thou you must lire at Herea you huvo toiiit even if you stay at home Von Rutty lioard yourself under pn r regulations Uwrd in approved families ill Hiirea or Inianl nt coat in Colle o buildings TIlt items am giv411 Ixdow and sliould bit htiuliinl cnrefullr Notices lHIHCillly Itoom fiiol iiifidental fiv and Olin months Inwinl must M paid in ndrnrirr 2 Fuel will foil tiitlH morn in thin I winter M cents loss in tlm sprin1 3 Student U low A Unitmimr School pay only tUO for incidental Academy students pity fTiTiO nail Colleen riltidenlH pay tiftll I I Ktudentn in Aflratmimrntid low hnvu fre toitl ookH- li Students briiiK their own Uxl ding and towels If HO Buy work to do for tint l oll4go you am paid at mho mill- oC iiiili month in croditu on Mchool LXpOllfMtN 7 Tlmy emit loud you moimy lint tlm TriMiHiinir nail nvory ttvtchnr will joir rirnd- Necessary Expenses for fTwche Weeks School IrrMiiu Uho hiwrd IhrinMlrri run gsvul M inurli or llttlr w they r lioow on living eaplus ii llHtjriitn hun n cam uimirjr kit liil uin Imoki mid nllii r tlilnet lint Ihu nnxivgiry esiwuM err only nllllw To pay the lIe dq IKiWAHl tlliltn II HAIL bouUliirldriitnl Km IIW II Ki Ile IUl Fm M 2t- iMaI Ik U Imilt tW 2 ilIkiiiniI DiN11 lU lUmm itiive tnlilcitr SHI w t1 z I IInIt III laundry IhI s Miintlii lloiird m iAKanw Ijiiiiiilry IIIRIIIn Mo lUwid h III 5 lliKlnnliiK M Mo Hoard 6 10 2i4- 7ienl ipKMlt rrlnnieil Tiilril Kapnur ell rek U7 7ft 7ft Fat ohm Inlow Ornminar iliiltirt thufJ Inr a lunik mnl II from Inrlilfiital fii nuking Ihr- tabhiihiy J473 When four girls nano nrllnr tacit II on riHimunJ lnr mom mi filet umkhiR Hit loul only a17O Fuel II rviim more III Winter anJ 10 ienU 1t11I Nun og litin- Tun riNllll fur 1I1I1IkIII with lovi Ill1 run uiuiilly In rriileil fur from 111111 n term The prim i f n big rnlf n llellIIIhult n r it hw IOIII HIIIIII lieilciinTn will gi1eN Irrm lit shunt wlilrli ulll ImliKH ouxa whale lift fur Ikm beIM- wlREPORTERS CORRESPONDENTS or WRITERS Wnnttwl ovflrpwhoro Storms IIMVH ideaH KMIUH illiiHtrntml artiuloH ml vancn iiows drawings photographs unique art IeInM ntc ate purchased Article rovimxl and prepared for pub lication Books published Sand for piuticiilarH mid full information ho fore Hoctlintr artiolra na WIUltrt1 klu1Nnloin SErtMON FROM THE BENCH A Trniprriinr Talk to thr Chlokn eas Brand Jury In his charge to the grand jury at Iaills Valley Chlekasaw Nation Judge John It Thomas of the United Ktates illstrlet court delivered a scath lug Indictment of unlawful liquor sell hog as well as a rpnilntly put temper ance sermon About eighttenths of the crimes committed In the Indian Territory said his honor can be traced directly to the Immiiderate use of Intoxicating Ilijllor If the devil tins been able to mind one agent for mlsehlef more potent than nil tho others It Is Intoxicating liquors I dont drink myself but If a man wants to take a drink I dont object to It If he feels he can stand It I used to drink some mind I am a pretty thorough American I nevi liked to go up against a gamine that I could nut bent sometimes Bud they always could make whisky faster than could drink It That was nut till that Mode me quit Its use either When I came to preside as Judge and bad to sentence men to the penitentiary fur Introducing lIIr I felt nail kuuw that In unto to maintain my self respect load to be on pretty good terms with the fellow I slept with and could out be guilty of the same crime Bud conscientiously niforce tin law It II against the law to Introduce Intoxicating liquor Into the Indian Ter ritory whatever Its mime whatever its composition It It Intoxicates It Is against the law to flit roduae It It Is agabiHt till law to sell It nail It is ngidiiht the law to give It away Sup IMISC you buckle on the armor good and strong this morning Bud looking back to the solemn oath you have taken conclude that you will help the olllcers IxtrlllllllltIhllliquors A TEMPERANCE DIALOGUE llutr w lnitkrr Net the r ciiiiirnl nf n Uquur llritlrr- Scvonil MiT oiiM among tlirm a Qnnk vr were oronNluK thin AllcKlirny thou u lulus In a MiitKi HiiyN a writer In The Inlon SlKiint- A lively illNciiHHlon muse on tliu null jcct of trinifriiiKv and till lliinir liusl iiiHH null hlIIIII iI In It were ne verily liiiiullcil him of tIll eiiliipany rciiialiiril Bllont After etnliirliiK It its lung its lie could 1m oali- lJentleiiiiii want you to under Ntuiiil thin I nun a lliiior dealer II keep a pulillc house lint would hurt you to know lint I hove n lleeiiHit tutu keep a decent IIOUHU I duty keep loafera loiuiKerH alxiut my place anil when a man IIIIH enoiiKh he can get no mutt at my bar I Hell to de cent pwiple mini do a respoctablu UUH thought he had put n quietus on the Hllltject and that no aiwwer could III Klven Not The Quaker sold rrlenil that U the Must III III II loll part of thy tumlncnH If theu would sill to ilrunkariU nUll loafem theu would help to kill oft the race and po clay would be rid of them Hut theo takes the young the poor the tumor cent nUll the untiusjHetlnK miikliiK drunkards nod batters of them When their character mind moony are nil gone thee kicks them out nod turns then over to umber HhopH to llnluli them off mid thet ensnares others and sends them on time HIUUU road to ruin Liquor and Mntrokra In mmxtroku weather It Is well to keep In mind the verdict of physicians regarding the use of alcoholic hover BRes The bigger the drink the harder the Runstroke Other thliiRS being equal the total Abstainer has chances two to one In Ids favor from the effects of heat The sunstroke victims In most cases have prepared time way by drink Touch not taste not handle not Is advice at all times It Is specially good In the hot weather I ot your friends have the Ixnelll of It People Alrokol PoUonlBK There art nitro people killed far as know KiiKllsh statistics thorn ixilsoiied by alcohol than are poisoned by nil other ivolsons put together James 1Mmunds M A Trinpcramre Prayer Almighty ftlhrr thou who Illtrt Ruler ucrme orr 1A and Urul And who tIe wide Jeep ocr n haMi Within hollow of thy luimt Wo ili IiMwh Owe Urul tlilnp fir lulu tlm firti thy children rilw Knmi Lard that licit with iotrIncrre And to thy sent Le all the pratu We pay for thorn whow liunlfnrj heart Nor Vhow aulawe from purr tJUtrrM Oh IVhrr with uMilnlnR gram Tim lwrcnla of the drunkanl tlrwl The filhrr wit In incuMi Tim ruin of the child thou gore The mother gray head brought In sorrow Ion unto her Rrtttl- We pray tat thnv whone arty lore Armilut the wrctchril vlrllin twine Ttie drunkard brother dlirri purr BhlrM with thy triiilrru ilhlnr Show them the awful deep nl v lie this heir warning from It lulnk Tlmt thli uur be the tale ol Mill Who lakes tin knurmtl We pray Inr her the ilninkirili wife Fillirt In llr ml Ihrti alone- Can ill tI aimiiish ill the harM Of that poor liliiillnu hart known Do thou 110011 on whkh kliv li Tliy trrngth the it ill that Oh may And them ill In 11111011Ilice lher hul and brother We pray for thou the htlplru OhIOur eye trJInunoit by hlllnit Oh llrttmly Father Men we IunIllie little one of tender sears Who dwell within a drunkinli home Of chlMhood rarelrn hnuii Iwrtft Unto cold woilli bitter warn- liy in unnatural parent lift Anil now 0 Father slow we raise Lp W the Ihrvnr n rarnrat iryl Thou kiuiwtt how our heart ate torn To ice till huilfM drunkard illo Tie drunkard wit 0 Father UIM Aid Um itrcnKlh to break Ida rlaln To dub the poison cup ulJ- etJ cia lust tuanhuoii to rrgaln fete Kkaitr la Buocr et Ile1L RELIGIOUS THOUGHT lienm leiinril Iroin tin rincl log if All DiiioiiilnulliiliH Kelluloii Is not a thlnj nf Kiuidny or of clothes or of altars mid ceremonies llov Dr Ohnrles II Katun Unlver callnt New York In the Millennium When the millennium comes secta rlaiilHiii will be known no more llov cori c II llepvorth CoiiKreKHtlounl New York A ClirlntliuiM llff A Christians life ought to be a large life barge In Its hope large III Its loI- nrge In Its Interests Itev Dr Don llratlley Jrand ILai Mich Only ili An ireiit There Is nolle great In Sods sight ex cept men who are great from purity of motive slid sweetness of purpose Itev Cideb A Klilliy Moiitlcello Cn- Sliinv Your Iutr- Ic must shut our love as Cod lina shown Ills own love In practice Itev Thomas II Darlow Literary Superin tendent Itrltlsh foreign lllble Society IVmliiKiiiy of flip Il rm i No Christian should ever look tip Into till star gemmed sky at night without thinking of till promises of Cud Itev Herbert N Itevler Presbyterian Sun Iruiiclseo Imrnt rend Inliiri The things to tonne are the fruitage of till things present The good Chris tlaii takes care of the present and the future Is IIhtIII Dr Dun F Bradley Craml Uaplds Mich- ClirUI nil pro Dour We behold Christ as an ON II dustr- j closed Cud has never shut the door of salvation In a single sinners face llev Dr William 1 Holtzclnw Haptlst IlnnlIITin Car of 1rnjrr Prayer should Is fur us a delight It should refresh our spirits preparing more fully fur the life hereafter Itev urge II Mack CumlHTland Presbyterian Atlanta Wli UV Inll limy n failure has swatted train fol lowing the vision of something for nothing Instead of the vision of modest success through ptitlent tullluglev- lidret llcltimin Presbyterian Den vcr Nil llnriii lu 1lhlrIIt yon want to cry cry you want to shout shout It a hearty laugh will do thy soul good why there Is pnihlbttloil lIalllt It III till Csls word Ier1 C Solomon llnptlst At luutn Snerlllrr Xrrrawry The great principle of sit Ilice Is the great underlying principle of nil rell glue There Is no religion and there can mi religion without sacrlllce Rev It W Lewis Cuudtcrlaiid Pres byterlan Denver nilnil nkIlie who puts away faith mind a good conscience will lack iMitli warning volivs and putter to save who at last the teniM xt Inars him lu the darkness toward the fatal reek s1kv Dr Pole mus IL Swift Methodist Chicago Xot Ihr Fault of riirlnl If the gosiKl huts lust Its power any where It Is fur two reasons llrst be cause the gospel has not been preached In Its ancient simplicity second be cause It has not bleu preached with apostolic fervor and jK wer lllshop William BiIciauren B ChhlIlnIlluv lit tiring liar Jllllrniilani If all who profess and tall themselves Christians would try to realize this truth the truth that the Spirit himself beareth witness with our spirit that wo are children of Cisl the millennium would begin In the twentieth century DCUII Furrnr Anglican Church Can terbury flnlvntliiD The only Kalvutlon of American youth the only means of maintaining the liberty of our forefathers Is a be lief In Cod a true healthy religious In stinct which alone can preserve the Americans from time shadow and bur den of materialism Itev Dr Percy S Irani Kplscopalluu New York How tit llpmiivr Nninl Olmtrncllnn When a child pushes n button or some other hunt substance Into Its nos tril put out linger on opposite nostril to close It and blow In the mouth whet the obstruction will bo expelled MALCOM KIRK A Talo of Moral Heroism Ovorcomlnir tho World By OHABLE8 M SHELDON AvOutrufln IlltStti Cnitfljton ThUlp Strumi liobtii llanlut Siivii AIJK Oop7riiiht by the AJrance PubHuhlnj Cot CIlAPTKIl X ixnioTliY fitovis iiKitsriv A IIIUIMKKT Next day Malcom Kirk hind till mel ancholy pleasure of taking Philip Mar ton out to Tho Forks lie hind re covered siitllclently to bu moved until Malcom borrowed n spring wagon mind placed him In It comfortably lie com plained of feeling queer In Inns back mid time doctor toM Kirk before he started that It would not be at all un expected It Barton should be parulyz ed In fact Mr Kirk my examlua tlon makes It almost certain that the will probably never recover so as IIIIIY the lower part of his body It probable tout the wheels of the tiny wagon passed over him after he tell out The prnlrle was one vast stretch of plain with till IInrlllllI and distinct through It Philip lay hack on the tot that hUll been arranged In the wagon box Bud looked up nt Malcom with a while strained mace as he drove slowly almig over tho smooth clastic prairie road At llrst Midcom drove on silently Tho hay seemed to be quite comfortable but unwilling to talk and during a the flat two miles hardly a word wan spoken Then Malcom stoppinl time hushes and bent down to arrange fsstun part of the cot When he had llnlshtd and gathered up the lines to go on again young Marton spoke You were one of the men that found me amid brought me Into the town Mr Kirk t The buy hind asked It twice before Yen replied Malciim smiling You cant Imagine what a great joy It was to me when we found you And Carver was the other maul Yes That Kuenm queer to me Mow did he happen to go with youV Well I dont know exactly lie seemed eager to go Was hILIIIII he been drinking The questlun CIIIIIIJ wllh ewldeut pal11 till Ihlnl he hod replied Mal cum frankly Mill he wins sober enough when we found you There wan silence Bud Mlcom gath erect up the lluus again and surfed on The day was Very still Bud there was a great cloud coming up In the south WIlt which promised rain before night It was a great thing fur you to do said Philip slowly Ill never forgot It Mr Kirk It was a very little thing my boy compared with what was dune for me once said Malcom ravdIWhat wax that I was lust once In a great wilderness tad surrounded with wild JoInlltHi I was sick and starving and save myself Night was coming on mail every minute added to my danger Just when had IIIII myself up its lost tams the wild beasts hind gathered around me In the growing ilarkness a friend suddenly appeared He saved IItlIIPhilip had listened Intently lint gomcthlng In Milkurns manner kept him silent That wilderness where I was lost continued Malcom softly as his early life before he entered time seminary came back to him was the wilder ness of slit and time wild beasts were iny passions and time friend who saved me wile Jesus Christ the Saviour of the lost who gave himself a ransom fur many There was not a particle of coot or attempt at preaching In what Malcom tad salil It was so simple so natural that the boy on the cut hardly realized at llrst what the minister had said When It dawned upon him that Mai com hind spoken of his own conversion he closed his eyes anti his face twitch ed tinder his emotion When he 1001111j up again Malcom lad turned looking down nt him Do yon mind If we pray hero will Malcom Philip moved his head and In his eyes a look of expectant wonder grew Malcom stopred the horses Time lirumlI rle wide ntjIIt all the town lay distinct In the rear distance And somehow It seemed na It Kirk spoke to Cod close by He sat with his hands on his lace Bud looked out Into till line of till horizon Father In heaven he wild we do not know what It all meant when the Iordnme to this earth Bud lived and suffered mid died hint we know enough to feel sure that love for us was what made him do Itlave for sinners We are always asking something Father but what wo want now Is what thou dost want Save mother life this one here that Is In so much need Ills body has been saved tor a little while from physical death Save Ids lift for time from eternal loss Ills mother Is praying for him All heaven Is anx lour for ids salvation If thou wilt show us what more we can do dear Lord we will do It Best lead him to thyself fur we cannot forgive his sins or keep him from them Thoucanst do It If he will let thee For the great love of Icsus to us we give thee all wu have for thine Is time kingdom and the power the glory Amen lie gathered up the lines and went slowly on Bud for the next tulle not n word was said Then Malcom hearing the boy move to change his position a little turned mid looked down nt him Do you believe that Mr Kirk ho asked while his lips quivered What That all heaven Is anxious for my salvation1 IIIipenteth Why shouldnt heaven be anxious to have us repent dont know but Cod 80 loved the world that he gave his only begotten Son He cares as oaten fur you as for Boy soul on earth said Malcom gently Philip was silent after that during the rest of the drive He lay with his eyes closed anil Malcom did not think It wise to talk any nitro to him but a continual prayer went out of his heart for another sheep gone astray When they drove up to the house at The Forks Mrs Marton came run ulng out She helped Malcom lift Philip Into the house Bud us the boy was being lowered uKU a bed lie reached up his arms and put them about Ills mothers neck The poor woman sunk on her knees and with tier face burled on tho breast of her boy subbed out her hearts Joy at his home coming When Kirk was ready to re turn to Conrad she held his hand re luctant to have him go Heaven bless you Mr Kirk I OWl IIroIsheds but I would gladly go out Into the world n beggar If Ihll would only turn to Cod and give up the drink And you and Mrs Kirk have your great burden am sclflsh to add mint to It Bear ye one anothers burdens1 quoted Malcom and added InstantVy Cast ttiy bumun upon the Lord and he shall sustain thee So ho left hlllllcomtorlellthe situation there with a courageous heart and an outward cheerfulness for Dorothys sake more timed anything else There was no attempt on the part of cither of them to disguise the fact that the prospect before them was one that would try their Christian courage and faith The winter writs coming on the crops had been almost a total failure owing to the hut winds and the little boom of which Wilson lead spoken In his letter hunt collapsfd leaving the town In n wrecked condi tion financially The fields that had been planted to corn stood dry amid hard unfit for tall plowing and even time storm that broke over the town that night wits only local nail hail no HltllR1tlollspects a terrible condition that faced 77ic poor irommi nobbed out Asr hctirtt joy ut his humccwnlnij Dorothy For the first time In her life she knew that she was poor Malcom lurk hud never known anything else Poverty watt a heritage to him and while It was full of discomfort and prl vatlon It had no terror But Dorothy had for the tlrst time on coming to thetouchlittle dowry saved from the wreck of her fathers failure hind been added to Malcomfl smell salary but thu Illness of the baby and the constant calls on their help trout various sources had eaten Into this little fund and it was gone Dorothys aunt would gladly have helped but her own resources were shortened by business failures within the three years that Dorothy had been west Now title loss of tho parsonage with nearly everything it contained was added to nil the rest Little woman said Mnlcom that evening after ho had been to Tho Forks we have very little left except our good looks and the balance Is In your favor They were Bitting In the little room kindly offered them by one of their church members and had been talking over the situation with the frankness that had always characterized their married life I used to read In the novels snit Dorothy with peculiar smile about the girl who married tho poor but gift ed young man and spurned the rich and highborn suitor but I never thought I should bo material for such a story myself Malcom looked at her and deep In hut heart there was a battle going on that he hardly dared to analyze lie only knew that ho longed somehow to bo able to grapple a physical tangible something ant tight It for Dorothys sake mid provo to her that ho could be more than a poor man 5Inlcom Dorothy said ns she came over and sat down on a stool near by and put her hands In his great brown palm looking up at his sober anxious tact Malcom once for all It I need to say It I am not afraid of being poor I trust you You do not think I will add to your burden by being weak at such a time as this Was It not through sickness and health for bet ter for worse that I vowed to Rive you all I have and am until death do us part Mnlcom Kirk caught up his wife anti a great shadow swept out of his soul and a great burden tell off Ids heart lie had not really doubted Dor othys ability to face any possible event In their lives but he eagerly welcomed her loving unconditional statement of It- Nevertheless he began his struggle for a new church and parsonage dur lug the weeks that followed with vague questionings of his choice of a placu for his life work He no longer had any fears tor Dorothys sake But he found himself longing to give her what he could not give from any hu man foresight In time Home Missionary field where they now were It was at this time with this experi ence personal and peculiar to his mar ried life that Malcom Kirk fighting against great odds began a work In Conrad that had the furthest possible results on Its after life This work was an attempt to unite tho various churches In a combined anti constant crusade against the saloon Matters were nearing a crisis for the temperance cause All over the state meet lags were being held The agitation for a prohibitory amendment was growing Into such proportions that men who felt the pulse of the common peo plo predicted victory And still time whisky forces sneered at the possi bility of an amendment Kirk succeeded In uniting the five other churches with his own In a sorter of union meetings during the week as well ai OB naawiM ills owa church secured for the use of worship a little storeroom on the inn In street while waiting to hear from the Church Build lug society to which they had made application for a grant of n to help rebuild church and parsonage Together with this work In the town Malcom was conslmifly sent fur to speak In the district schoolbouawi His reputation ns n temperance talker was growing He often went out dur ing the week and RioUe to crowded houses returning late at night It was during Ids absence from Con rad on one of these schoolhouse cam paigns that ono evening four letters came to him and Dorothy opened them as Mnlcom had always asked her to do In order that answers might be sent in case he was detained from home several days at n time The first letter was from the super tntcndent of the Home Missionary so clety and read ns follows Roy Malcom Kirk Oonnd Ran Dear Brother It U with great regret that the society li compelled to announce to many of tile brethren who are commiutoncii on the frontlet that owing to a lack of fundi In the New York theIthere may be a delay of three or four montba be fore the money can be sent Meanwhile your church mutt Le urged to do ell It can for your support until the wealthier churctua respond to the fpcdal appeal now bring tent out by the so ciety In behalf of the mladonartca at the rront I am your brother etc The second letter that Dorothy opened was from the Church Building so ciety expressing great regret that ow ing to excessive calls from other fields the society did not have the funds to spare at present to assist the untortu hate church at Conrad but hoped to be able to do so at some future time etcDorothy hesitated before she opened the next letter and In spite of her ef tort at self control u tear tell with a hot splash on the envelope She knew only too well what a real disappoint mont the letters silo had already open ed would bo to Malcom The third letter bore a Boston lust mark and was from thu editor of a re ligious paper It acknowledged the re ceipt of an article sent by Malcom some two mouths before and retained It with a view to publication when the press of matter already accepted would permit etc Payment for the article would be sent when It was published Dorothys face flushed with pride at Malcoms success ns a writer and nt the same time she could not help feel ing that It the editor of that paper on ly knew how much they needed tho money he would pay for the article when he accepted It Instead of keeping the author waiting until It appeared In print limit she was unfamiliar with the customs of magazines and news papers In this respect and she rejoic ed after all that her husband hall been able to write anything that such a famous paper wanted The last letter also bore a Boston postmark and after reading the let ter Dorothy laid It down anti rose to walk the little room while her cheeks burned with excitement and her eyes flashed with a light that had not been seen In them for many days The let ter rend My Dear Mr Kirk For ecrcral mouths we have been conilJerlnc your name In connection with a vacancy on our editorial board and hare at tact decided unanimously to uk you to assume the PUt of assistant under the chief editor of the maeulne We have been led to that declclan hy our knowledge cf your work on the German cholanhlp three years ago and also from a pe ruin of several articles recently written by you mad printed In the Boiton Rericw In addition to this we know of your work In Conrad through Mr Wilson your old irmlnary clastmate who list year was on our board for a time ire make you this offer and hope you will your way to accept The salary will be t2000 a year with opportunity of Increase The press Is as powerful u the pulpit In these dpi and you may be ware your usufulneu will not be shortened or lessened by making this change te await your reply hoping It will be favorable to us Here followed the name of a person who was at tho head of one of the most Influential papers published In New England Dorothy knew well enough how much Malcom thought of the man and how often he bad ex pressed his admiration for the charac ter of his literary work She picked the letter up and read It through lignin What wns there In Conrad this wild uninteresting west ern town struggling against n finan cial depression and a future ns well us- a past failure of crops How could Malcom ever rise to any place worthy of his powers In this little church so feeble and so poor It Is true she found herself saying It Is true ho chose the ministry ns his life work and he has often sale he would not do anything else But Sho went to the door and stepped out on the little porch It was after 10 oclock and n frosty night Down the main street she could see the lights from the saloons There wits a brawl going on In front of one of them but that was common n group of cow boys galloping down tho street tiring their pistols ns they came Tint was not unusual Dorothy shuddered What of that promise she had made with Malcom to try to redeem tie lost of Conrad Was It worth while after all It would bo so much pleasanter to live In Boston They could have things and live as other people lived and after awhile her husband would bMnmn fnmnna And ITO jn cxjfTnTTnrrxJ Guaranteed Salary 900 Yearly Men and women of goal address to rupiweiu in omo to travel appointing ffctit others lot local work looking after our lnUrc t 11100 glary guaranteed yearly extra commlwionx and expenses rapid advancement old ettablUhetl houso Orand chance for earnest man or woman to secure plcnwnt permanent position and libel al Income New brilliant linen Write at oneo KTAFFOUD 1KKSS S3 Church St New haven Conn 936 An Ideal Shakespeare and a Remarkable Offer to The Citizen Readers It is perfectly safo to say that every render of this paper would like to own a copy of the complete works of Shakespeare it is equally 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WC MAKE VARIETY THE NEW HOME IS THE BEST The Feed determines tho strength or wenknwM of Dotinlo Feed combined with other llfometheW clItnwe loon utaclure and price before pure hailng THE NEW HOME SEWINS MACHINE 60- ORANdt N Union Hq N Y Culcaeo I1L Atlanta Ga 3U lulIUolInlkuTexHan Kranclioo cFOR DALE rY SISCO d CO HIcboIasTllle Ky 0 CorrespondenceMadison Poytoutown Win Waruor of Virginia who has been on a visit to his brother return homo Tuesday Miss N V Miller attended the colored fair at Richmond Friday mud SaturdayMiss Campbell of Winches tor was the guest of her sister hero last week Arch Campbell and little daughter of Ohio were here on u visit last weekBorn to Mr and Mrs Humphrey Brooks on Aug 29th a fine girl Breathitt County Athol We are still having plenty of ruin Corn crops are reasonably good considering the season Candidates aro plentiful in this county at present we hope none of them will resort to treating on whis key to procure their election Quite a number of young teen of of this section are planning to attend school at Borea the coming winter We are sorry to say that there are places in this section of country where whisky is sold contrary to the the will of the good people There is a telephone lino under construction from this place to Copes Branch higher up the river Rockcastle County Conway- J S Gadd Sr was in Wildio TuesdayW Stevens was on Clear Creek Sunday visiting friends Mrs J S Gadd has boon quite ill but is much improved now R E Moye the hustling merchant of this place is doing quite a good business and we wish him success Mrs II E Gadd has been very sick at her uncles on Clear Creek Dr Sanims was called to see her and she is rapidly improving The Rockcastlo Mining Co has gone to work on Clear Creek They are mining for gold and silver ore and the prospects are good Miss Fannie Culton the schoolmistress of Scaffold Cano was called home last Friday to the bedside of her dying mother Dispntniitu Messrs Frank Swinford and Green Purkey left for Valley View last Sat urdayMiss Etta Reynolds visited friends in Borea Saturday Miss Nannie Anglin is visiting friends in Madison county this week Messrs 0 M Payne and R J Abney went to Berea last week on businessGeorge Thomas is visitinir in Clay county this week J W Anglin wont to Berea Tues day on business Mrs Taylor Abney was at Rockford MondayWe glad to hear that Abe Shearers children who have been sick are getting wellalso the children of P W Shearer- A series of revival meetings is being conducted at the Macedonia church by Rev J F Phelps Rev Henry Mullins visited Bro John Richmond Friday Messrs G V Owens and Marion Abney went to Lancaster court Mon day and sold two mules for 120 Levi Purkey of Moores Creek is here on a visit Messrs J W Anglin and A T Abney have bought a farm near Bo renThe Mrs West farm The school at Davis Branch is making a good record Ella E Lako is teacher The Rev Henry Mullins of Laurel Co and J S Waddle of this place are talking of going into the nursery business on Scaffuld Cane W C Ogg and J1 Martin attend ed tho Totes Creek Association last week Tho Macedonia Church was present od with a church boll Wednesday by Rev J F Phelp- sOwsley County iiihlmnl Wo have had lots of rain and corn crops are looking more promising Geo W Gahlmni is visiting rela tives at Everwolo at this writing Alex Caudoll has been on tho sick list but is improving now Henry Sealo and wife of Bootie villo visited C B Gabbard and wife Saturday and Sunday Mr anti Mrs Lewis Caudnl visited relatives at this place last week A W Huff of Continence visited his brother William at this plnco last week Mrs Belle Moore of Island City is visiting relatives at this place Alfred Bolin and wife are recover lug from an attack ol typhoid fever A J Edwards of Clay county is visiting friends ninth relatives hero Mrs Rebecca Gabbanl is reported some better at this writing James Evereole of Manchester is is visiting relatives at this place James M Combs and P P Reynolds wore on Cow Creek Sunday visiting relatives They returned to Breathitt county Monday Rev Lewis Caudell preached at Grassy Branch Sunday lions W R Ramsey and Harry Eversole of London and H Cook Faulkner of Barboursvillo are candi dates for circuit judge of tho 27th Judicial District The primary will be Sept 17 Kversole We are having plenty of rain and crops aro expected to average hull Mrs Bello Moore of South Fork in visiting relatives in this vicinity Albert Gabbanl of Gabbard tins just completed a satisfactory job of foncjjor C B Moore James Bolin is visiting his many friends in this neighborhood Hon II C Faulkner of BarlxMirH ville spoke at till schoolhouse last Wednesday night in the interest of his candidacy for circuit judge of the 27th district Lewis Gibson of Cow Creek visit ed Price Mooro last Saturday and SundayWalter Reynolds and sister Flor once of Booneville visited friends and relatives hero last Saturday and SundayRev C Taylor ono of the old est ministers in tho mountains preach ed to a largo congregation last Sun day at the schoolhouse The watermelon crop in this see tion is almost a failure Mrs Kato Gabbard has novel in GabbardLizzie to tho mouse vacated by Pleasant Moore visited Mrs Mattio Gabbanl last Sunday Meredith Gabbard passed through hero on a visit to South Fork IEXPERIENCE rTn oc MARKI Annneeiii1liig nkelrhendAcerllinmetg- nh nitrniMiw ilie earl her all ItIII Iy IulentJ Ir- nlMrirllri stllent IatruU rill fri nldnt iiLenrf urMrur harlI Inlrnu inkcii tlimnirh lui n a rccrlte- lp Ml lutUtt without chnrLO Iu ibn Scientific Ameri l nlfl7 UIIIlrMlfll mslTerm i au1H11 h myiulintlilo t 13 lonrninuilK II bj nnwwlralnn Ynrkllranch r The Berea Banking Company Will begin business Sept 3 1901 Capital 16000 We solicit the accounts of corporations firms and InIdlvlduals Courtesy promptness and llburallty extended i Correspondence And personal interviews invited do DIRECTORS t A T FISH S E WELCH JR W P KIDD- B R ROBINSON J L GAY A T FISH PresidentS JR VicePresident WII PORTER Cashier FACES TIIA TWILL GREET YOU IN Bi RIiA- Dtnuycomingstudentsleast ulrcmlv become iuiiain xl with tir Sivro tarv MrW C Gunbli Mr Gamble vis i 1u dtI hun College and wan iMiii rtil wiili tin Moody Bible Instiilr if lorugo Hi is II hale tenor Hinder n prompt anti reliable buxiiifH mini 1111I fritiid whorl all our young will enjoy and appreciate Tire first thing for urn tHiiriit it to call upon his advising their Isr all young Indies the alvming ullkci is the Lady Prinnpiil Prfsnr low phine A H hillHlIlI MJHS Robinson s a Kntilmili of Olorlin College andwHM Lady Princi pal of Kimball Inioii Academy in New Hampshire before conning to Boreu four yours ago Situ is Profni sor of Mathematics llt r home in with her mother in the west part of tint Rogers House hr offiw in in Ladies Hull The advising ollieer for young men of the College should bo tho Irmi dent hit for tho prMont year it will bo the newly appointwl Dunn of the Collegiate Department Itov Howard M Jones Professor of History and Assistant in Philosophy Professor Jonos hUll rei tartly spul two years in study and travel abroad Ho was married last July to Mrs Nil lie Kedzio who wan Professor nf Do mestic Science atBradley Institute mind their homo will bo ono of tho uttrac tions of Boron Professor Jones is Chairman of tho Coinmitteo on Ath holies Tho advising oflicor for young nion of tho Normal Course is thu Inn of that Department Professor John Wirt Dinmnoro Professor Dinsmoro was formerly ongage l in publiu school work in Nebraska andjis widely known in thai state as well as in Ohio nod Ken tucky as a conductor of teachers in stitutesYoung mon of tho Academy Model Schools and all not belonging to tho Collegiate or Normal Department re port to Profsor M E Mitrnh = u= nt rr 1Idill Col n alt 1t illlclili- lI II Ills Slarshi- iI Id 11111 lu visit frofxtwor S C lame head of till AHTUtlltnnil im tunlit in from the Stilt Agrifultuml Cal Kv of Ktiitn nn in HII authority ipon Horticulture mud Forestry tn ler his direction fruiiu is Ukiog on- tnoie hoppftt iw t in this region and more than K lunxlrwl rouiig uinn- iiring tin port viirlil more orltes ork on tint CLllnh SiipprinltMiiliiit hs A King haA charge ftit p irtnuiit of WOOl Work nod Drawing and him jitft roturje i from t tour of olwwrva tiou among the schools that lUll most admncwi Rod uoomaful in such work It in always a plllr to visit in shop And here it one whom prmpncn lairs IMWII a ileligli in tint nf riddle to very ralanyr h MM Pal Ilnriic Superintendent of tin IloHpituI unit Nit me Training Schoolnho is just track from a trip to Iholel world Sin in a graduate of the famous school at Walt ham Mara Them are the prHonH students are likely to here IMIMIIMA with the flrttt deny And there in ono other the fiiitliful and genial Trwwuror Mr T1 slorm who tins Ixon at liis pant thoso doz en years or morn and who is tho friend of ovory stu tout Wo havo rant nparn for thn portraits of other ale fiiciK ymi would hoj tli leir trachors liko lrR1IItl1lrH instructors Professor Weeks of f Cornell Prof Caruahan from tho Kentucky State College Prof Wat son in Science who comes from Bald win University anti tho Western Re Hervo rninrHiLn the Farm Foroiuanf Mr lurid whoeomeH fntm Now York State null will occupy tine farmorH liniiin recently pureluiMod from Mr Hobo It is till instructors who make u greiit Ncliool By Request 14o republish tint following hills of fun Miggented by tho Housekeepers Club mid puhliHhod in Tut CITIZEN Aug S limi BILL or hAkE No luLIsr tin Vmu LU lilfK KtTIII husk lUtlllH- ft Urn Hour IJ his hoof III Ibs graham fIt mutton out meal biicon 10 corn meal J It IsMf liver hominy veul 2 butter jxirk 2 su11t 110 POIIlIlIl- 3 U4II1II11Ko 2 carrots 2 onillllH 2 sugar Cost Mrmii M days f 1IiI Siiwik 8 i Itcly 11 LU BILL or FHE No 2 Constants siuno as inNo VeaILUi Ill Till WllMk KltlUN IIII1IH Inmf or mutton 2 or II dot eggs S It IMMIIH and tacos Ifi Hkiiiuntsl milk 2 tenet Cost 1nloll1OCIIII IIW ii week HH t day 117 BILL or AICNo I Constant same as in NOB stint 2 VmiiM1 uk THI null It TluMl10 HH Ixmf or 2 salt tIIlHh 0 frewh fish ohuvnsei2 Malt pork 2 suet Cost Hrnon HO days MTJ 82I1i I day 117 Boriii College has tint money into tIll pockets of a goal manr working nod business awn in thin vicinity thin Summoner MeinlHrs of the Bereu Faculty hays conducted more than a dozen teachers institute thin summur Prof Maxnh r assisted by Proftyuwra Dinamoro and Haytnond iat Mt Voruon this WItIkTho city eminent of Lancaster bins passed tiara onliuance proposedat its ttillg prohibiting tho ealof cocaine morphine nod opium oicopt on a physicians prtv oriptiou OUR PLATFORM This paper aims to bring the best reading to every fire side Reading is a great thing JUt it makes a big difference what you read- Tin CiTIzEN brings first of ill the newsnot every tall f crime or horror but the im ortant newsthe news from sVashington and the State capital from our soldiers in far oil 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 week which should lighten thtr labors for the farmer some valuable hints which will help him to make more from his land and cattle We propose to get the best ideas that cau be found on all such practicalland important patters and pass them around imong our readers The resources of Berea College are not for its students alone The rditor of this paper can at any- isle step into the largest Col icgi library in the State and hr has engaged several of the most distinguished instructors in the College to take charge nf special departments in the paper Those who are visited by THE CITIKN will know what is going on in the world Everyweek it will tell them something worth knowing THE CITIZEN is pledged tone party It is every mans friend It stands for the things which benefit all temperance thrift kindness enterprise askI