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Rev JOHN Wllh Stnng Stfr FSdrnt nI M tltW I VOL 111 A Family Papor BEKKA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 12 1901 Fifty eouts B year NO12 IDEAS j TIll WilY to Inivo u gixxl timu is to know things VU If you chat bread upon tilt waters ilont keep u Hiring to it Midi do tint know how gr at n rovo nun economy iHVilurn A titan that dos lll violence to tin lihxxl of Idly IXTHOII Hlmll Him to I Ise pit lot no man stay him lr21I TAKE NOTICE Read Thaw NOW School HI gula barn Oil this page TIll ShaI nrlicln in thiH issu IM iHptciully appropriate just at thiH ti 11111IfIHi11t11l1 Front will preach the- 0snlitug Sermon or the Colhgo your at till Church of Duron wxt Sunday at IIII m anil HIIv Dr llurgoss will preach in tho evening at 7i PROM THE WIDE WORLD An English clergyman named Bacon is making ballon aseoiits ill nnil arounil London with a View to ascertaining till sources of tho Lou don fog Teaching the lriiich language by phonograph ill Iming attempted in England MuriiiiH Ito Premier of Japan IH coming to the United Slates in Hon rch of rixt anil health IVru IIUH appointed three of her ablest noel as delegates to the Intor national Conforuncu of American Stati to Im hold in till cityof Mex ice Tin Danish Miuintry has votwl to nmpt our oiler of SJ NXJOOO for the Dnnish W t ni Indian IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Ill SthltLlIU HISMIIS to Ilit a Htnttdntill at prtwent Tin latimt rujMirt altainabln Niy TilE PltESIDKNT WILL III COVKUKininii Ooldman oho Anarchist QIIIWII wan arnwitiil in Chiitigo shortly Ixfont noon Oil Tuewlay Tin Texas Kigislaturi will petition ongrcni to nnaut laws pniventing the immigration of the criminal ulu uiDiitN of other natioim Thu Navy iM having a hunt thou to got enliNtt d miii fur HIM biittliwhips Runt cruineM while the War Depart m siilTiiring from a famine of ollicunt- I tutor ctious RNW 111111 TMfJ of the IteviNml Statute of the Fiiieral laws VolgoM can only lx impriHou t1 for ten years if PreHident MiKitt toy Bros The only topic of converHiition in Vafilnngton nod indwd over the whole country on Friday nviiiing nod Saturday was the tragedy at liuffalo COMMONWEALTH OP KENTUCKY The Kentuckey school for Deaf Muti H at Danville opened yestenlay Spout SiriiiH Estell county was visitwl by u distructivo tin Sunday night TIll town of Bagdad Shelly Co Was almost wipint off the map by ire Monday morning John Mcllmiry of Newport for 80 years an Ohio river man diet at hiH residence Sunday aged 12 Circuit court convene at Frank fort Monday morning Tho crimi nally docket is uniiHuallv crowded HIIHM Anderson Scott will act as couiiHol in till trial of James Howard who ill charged with complicaty in till uninlnr of william Oocbol Tin Secretary of thu Treasury has tMMUtrIa ciroulr giving notice that ho will receive ant consider proposuls for the sale to the Government ore S Bonds to the extent of 20000 XKX Tho FixliTal AHhphalting Co which controls tin ashphalting buds of four counties in the state has boon organii d with a capital stock of f00X000 Squire James Head of KiiRsollvHlu yearsof ago the father ort living children all by111N present wife was thrown by his horse recently and probably fatally used Tho Democratic Central Executivo Committee mot in Frankfort yester day to consider tho advisability of siltcoding the candidate for Senator hYIi primary olection- U is rumored that tho defence will nak for u coniinuanoo in the Howard case ou account of tho feel iug all over tho country because of tho attempt to assassinate President McKinloy IIIUIIIIITHE CITIZEN LESEMAJUSTE For tutu third lime in loss that fifty years the country1111K beau rIIllnllIlIdturrihlHhocktlIWtIIIHU II murderous assassin has liftisl hill hand against thu chof iixucutive or tin LniUxl StnteM On oho night or April II iStifi Prisidfiil Lincoln win Shot by WilkiH Booth andditxl on tin fnllowing morning President UllrI liIIIIIIIH hhol by ClitiH I Cluitiiiu 1111111IIHnrtMiiibir 20 ISSI lh Friday after noon lust itt nlMiiit MM Lism Cwt guM shot anti pnrhiips tuortnlly- ound01 our honored anti bclovis Prisideiit Williiim McKinloy jusl six months and two till fH tutor hiH nccond ncecHHion to tutu presidency Our uintiil country sincoroly mcondiH by till nations of till oarlh lUll Ill rm wily praying that Oixl in his mercy will stay tutu heed of death tint savi to us our President With no shadow orII ileHiru to condono in till leas degriM + the awful crime we cannot but ask tilt qiiKstion Is Leon Czol gos alone n sKiisiblo for tilt con dition in which President McKin ley nowis at the taint of death 1111 cause of cruel intentional deliberate violoncot WD do not mean wilts tin inurdnror till accomplice or the tool of other dcgradinl poisons but IIfIIl wo as a people a nation in any ima sun n+ rnHKnsililo for this lull hit Irel outnigiHius criuuvs In our endeavor to do nothing to nmtricl tow fullest fruinlom of speocli nod opinion is it not K Hsillu that WD havit gono too far and even oucour ngel licttiiho rather than liberty How many thousands of really crim inal political malcontents have found asylum and after a while cilionship tit comfort on our shores 1 How many hundreds of thousands of men liavo lx tn illllOrtt1 by corporations for their own Hellish ends and rail romlixl into citizenship rcganlluss of law or the welfaro of tho nation at largo We havo looker on in indif firenco when some anarchist has openly and publicly assailed tho gov ernment of the country which lit has loft likely for that countrys good 1111111111OcnttlllIlIPllIlIHilllltiOIl of rulers overlooking the fact that curses liko chickens cutup homo to roost In our newspaH men and women of incendiary characters and purposes hurt rewiml lots of froo advertis fug Their wild nxMM ilex have Lien sown broadcast to jrainon the minds of unthinking millions of mortals mod the result has boon tho cheaMiiing of human lifo and not one good end served in the romottmt degrito Loon CogosEmnm Qoldman Hurr slosh and others of their ilk could never have attaiuinl the wide prominence thoy Inivo if wo as n people had not boon derelict in our duty as citizens in allowing xliticians to control legia hilioii Had we Meet to it that fit mnu only hind direction of national affairs such nest of anarchy and mur tar hot Is ds as can lx found in most of our largo cities could not exist A few days HIIICO an intense partisan undn church uwmlltltHII lIIIIf President McKinloy in a Christian Nulls goes to Heaven I dont want to go with him A tuna who would delibcratolr and sincerely give utter ance to Htich a sentiment is a very near relation at heart of Czolgosz nod Oiiitoau tine Wilkos Booth tight hare we wish to Nay that whether President McKinloy thus fiom the net of Leon Colgosz or whether through the blessing of Ood aided by a well kept mod strong con stitution hit recovers his wonted strength the moral quality of the act is Ill no senso changed or inodilitxl It is MUHDEK and ought to In treatiul as murder Tho failure to accomplish the intention ought not to chungo thin quality of the charge in any degree murder it is in thin sight of God no matter what our law may niuno it It is time that such notions as that of Czolgos bo denominated treason whether thoy causo death or not It is timo iilion tint sedition lays WIW- 1lIlIelml It is timo wo recognized that too much liter IItltllwrntml- illto criminal license it is Hiirttly timo wo as a nation paid Wore iittentioii to tho building up of tutu civilization instead of bending all our powers to tho production of material wealth Wo aro thankful for tho hopo that our President will ho spared to the nation Got grout that our hopo iiiav bi realized and that the awful txperionco through which Win Mc Kinloy is now passing shall work out III him u more intense deturluination- to govern for tho Glory of God Instructors in the Music Department 1 Wo tiro very glad to bo ahlo to introduce by picturo to nil our renders Hov William Mrs Nellie It and Miss Itowena Lodwick all of the Lodwick I family in Boroa with the uxcoptiou of Baby Gwendolen who was tot with us when the group was photogruphudI Mr Lodwick iu the student Instructor in Vocal Music and Mrs Lodwick instructor ou tho Piano and Cabinet Organ in Dorea College Much of till pleasure of Boroa lifo is Ixxmusu of the frequent concerts and musicals wo fro privileged to attend Tho success of these entertainments is duo in no small measure to the able and untiring efforts of our Instructor nun his estimablu wife Tho Music Department of tho College is becoming more and more Kpular as shown by the largo increase in the number of students who will take music this term n THREE NEW SCHOOL REGULA TIONS Thu now Students Manual publish ed by tliR College is much shorter told simpler than till old ono It contains threw now regulations that studmits will meet at once IIOfSBIIOLDEHS1 PCKMIT Students will le allowed to board only in College buildings or with such families HH have n householders per mit These permits wore explained in thu citizen last week and may bo obtained from Mr Oslorne The householder agrees to keep a good house and tho College agrees to re quire good conduct of student boarders OENtRIL DEPOSIT All students will lx required in addition to other feus to deposit ono dollar with tho Treasurer whichwill bo returned wheu the student leaves at time end of tho term if his key textbooks tools etc are returned and everything square CIIUUCII ATTENDANCE Thu College will hold religious ser vices of its own ON a Baccalaureate Sunday ou tho first Lortls Day of the term which ell students are required to attend The Churches of tho vil logo are invited to unite with tho College in this service as they do ou Thanksgiving Day There bus boon some thought of requiring students to attend the church selected by their parents iu stead of leaving them free to choose for Sunday morning for themselves but the regulations will go ou an in past years for tho present That is students may nttotid where they t 1lelueoh es please for the second thinl unit fourth Sundays of tho term and must continue at tho church of their election for the ro mainder of tho term Tho Kentuckysection of tho U S Department of Agriculture reports Sept IHh Pastures improved feed goal over greater portion of the state Early millet and stock peas saved in good condition for hay Late gardens furnishing a good sup ply vegetables Repair That Loom Homespun is coming into fashion again and our girls should keep up tho art of spinning Boron College is finding a market for tho products of fireside industry which may bring education and comfort to many homos Vo can pay for wellwoven linen 40 cents a yard jeans 00 cents liusoy M rants well nmtch d led coverlets 4 to 6 Patent dyes not accepted oldfashioned indigo preferred For information address JOSEPHINE A ROBINSON Homespun Exchange Berea Ky VA NTEIICyahlerellnblo potion in every manly to rtirvHiit Urgn xiraiwny of nolld llnmi rial reputation StfUi Mlary ver year iwynble weekly111Kr day abnolutvly nee and all vxpen Mf Mralxlit bonaflilo ileflnlte wlary no ivm mlwlon salary jwlil each Saturday aiulcxpeiiM money Mlvanrol rash seek STANDARD IIOUSKxil DKAKBOKN ST Ciucioo n TO TILE DEAFA rich lady cured of her Deafness and Noises in till lead by Dr Nicholsons Artificial Ear Drums gave 25000 to his Insti tote so that deaf pooplo unable to procure tho Ear Drums may have thorn free Address No Kill Tho Nicholson Institute 780 Eighth Aye alto Now York 620 02 No More Vermin and its Attending Evils Our Peorless Poultry anti Animal Fumigator will positively rid fowls and animals of lice nits mites and germs Of every kind It is worth many times price Costs but little No trouble to use Lasts for years Big Inducements to Agents B COOOlNJrOS Co Berea Ky KELLOGG WITHENBURY Wholesale Grocers Irvine St Richmond Ky A full line of Staple Groceries carried at all times Mail and Phone Orders receive prompt shipment 1l I An Independent Weekly Dovoted to the Interests or TIn IIOME FAIIM A SCHOOL 50 CENTS A YEAR FOR MEN Shoes 150 Shoes 200 Shoes a 250 Shoes 300 Shoes 350 Shoes 400 Shoes 500 youfirstwill bring you back again Covington Banks KyOUTFITTERS BOYS T C LOWRY ATTORNEYATLAWRichmond OFFICE IN MOBERLEV BlILDIMl MAIN STREET Collections and Real Estate a SixcMtv E B McCOY Dentist Berea Kentucky I C Ir OGG Firstclass Photography Center Strut Brea Ky MEAT MARKET I have reopened the Meat Mar ket on Main Street Fresh Meats Dressed Poultry and Vegetables in Season M B RAMSEY Berea Ky BETTER a Three Years in RichmondAnd sots of teeth that have been made at my office if thoro is ono set or any sets that show any defects I will make anew sot free We are making the best sot of tenth in tho world for 7W and if detects show in ivu freuIhave made or am going to make the bust fills in the ut 75 cents DR HOBSON Dentist Permanently located in tho Hobsor Buildingnext door to Gov eminent Building Richmond Kentucky Reference Richmond National Rank Special Price to Students INVEST WITHIThe Ideal Realty ICONTRACTSThan any other company doing business in the State Those seeking honest legitimate investments will receiver most cordial and thoroughattention DR C E S rooT Pres S M TUDOR Sec S Gen Mgr J S CRUTCHKK Treas d- I Capital Stock S1OOOO HOME OFFICE RICHMOND KY FINE FURNITURE SALE It will be to your interest to inspect our stock before your buy Vo have tho goods amid will certainly moot your views as to prices Hardwood Oak anti Mahogany Bedroom Suites Iron Beds and Couches at special bargain pricos during tho mouth Everything in tho Furniture Lino Great Salo on Carpets and Rugs for Cash Wo nil our Boron Friomls and nil Citizen subscribers to call nod inspect before tanking purchases UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY Day Phone Night Phone alloy world invite 66JO S JOPLIN Richmond Ky IlA GREAT DISTRIBUTION A Distribution of BARGUilS is goin 03 fron diy to day in our Store in Ladles Misses and Childrens Shoas and Slippers Mens Vlcl Yallour and Box Calf Shoes and Oxfords Bays and Youths Shoes In our line of NEGLIGEE SHIRTS UNDERWEAR SUSPENDERS and SOCKS you will find all the newest and most up to date creations Our SHIRT WAIST for Men is the most com plete and practical waist on the market Our HAT and CAP Department is Uptodate In Our NECKWEAR DEPARTMENT are all the latest sensations and onr Washable Ties are the newest and most varied lime of this class of goods on the market In this Distribution Everything Goes If you find Prices Lower than Ours you may bo sure the Quality of goods is inferior to that we arc offering DOUGLAS CRUTCHERI207 W Main Stt Richmond Ky9 THE CITIZEN A Weekly Newspaper BEREA KENTUCKY LOCAL AND PERSONAL Air and Mrs Geo W Ames are moving to Springfield Mo C M KnwlingH has just returned from a prospecting tour in the moun tains James M Early of Bicknoll A Ear ly returned from Louisville Friday night Mrs 11 M Southworth and family are visiting the Swiss colony at Bern stadt Prof Marsh and family aro oc cupying the Antes property on Ches nut Ave James A Clark of Dory a former student at Bereu was hero on busi ness last week A larger number of students than over before have entered school for the Fall Term Born at London Monday the Oth to Professor and Mrs J W Carna han a daughter J C Sharp and family ham re turned from a visit to friends and ro latives in Lexington- W II Williams of Fairlnnd Ill is hero on a visit to his parents Mr and Mrs E Williams Prof Henry M Penniman preach ed Sunday morning at the Churchof Berea from Luke 158 Prof H M Jones when a lad went to school to Mr Judd the now foreman of the College farm Fall in the time to study and there is a noble army of young peoplo in Berea this week who thinkso The prospects are that the Music Department of the College will be much fuller this fall than ever before D B Wells of Buffalo N V Financial Agent of Boron College for New York State is in Berea on a visit Bicknell Early have for sale Burrells Improved Chimney Top warranted to cure smokoy chimneys The attendance at the Colored Public School has improved and is fully as good as previous years if not betterWe opened for business Tuesday Sept 3 You are most cordially incited to visit usThe Berea Bank lug Co The Town Taxes for the year 11KJ1 are past duo March 1st The Mar shal wants you to up and save the per cent A full line of boots and shoes to suit all purchasers and to satisfy the most particular can be found at Bick nell and Earlys The patrons of the Berera Banking Co will receive every courtesy and accommodation within tho range o prudent banking Dr Raymond and family and Prof and Mrs C Rexford Raymond are occupying the house vacated by Prof Marsh and family J W Stephens the agent of the L N Ry here is taking a lay off Cora few days R Butler from Millers burg relieving him The County Colored Teachers As sociation will convene at the First FridaySeptBicknell C Early sold to Mr Jake Hondrou a four horse Weber wagon last week The price was Sfif and it is a beauty of a wagon Mrs R R Raymond and daugh ter Miss Clarice Raymond went North Wednesday to visit friends and relatives in Ohio and New York Next Sunday at 11a m Rev II F Auliik will preach at the Baptist Church Subject Time Perseverance of the Saints or Can aChristain fall from Grace Your little savings deposited with The Berea Banking Co from time to time will grow and grow until they bincine a largo sum of money Try it little folks- Professor II 3t Penniman on the opening day of the term received a check for 5000 for the Endowment Fund from a friend of the College known only to him James M Early of Bicknell Early while in Louisvillo last week purchased a very full line of staple and fancy dry goods which will he soldat very low prices- J M Hart W R Gabbard B H Gabbard J L Ambrose and C C Preston are taking in the sights at Cleveland Buffalo and some other places of note this week The now range and other improve ments in the Boarding limit are much appreciated In spito of the higher price of provisions the charge for boardwill bo the same as last year C T nUll J J Hylton brothers Cody Knott co came in Tuesday having walked considerably morn than a hundred miles to enter school Wednesday Thats pluck that will winWo aro not disposed to overlook the fact that the interest of the Bank and those of tho people are closely bound together They cannot by any means be tlITho Boron Banking CoIHomer Martin and Lulu McCray former students at Berea were mar ried Aug mho at San Francisco Cal Mr and Mrs Martin have a homo about a mile froth Leland Stanford University where they will attend school this year Howard Hall will take rank with Ladies Hull as the homo of teachers as well as students Secretary Gam ble and Tutors Medina and Watson have rooms there and the new matting on tho corridors anil other improvements make it most attrac tiveGeo W Pow has taken the agency for Douglas Crutcher Outfitters of Richmond A full title of samples of ladies and gents throes and gents furnishings will bo kept for your in spectiou and to select from Tho 11heroMrs Margaret Todd ago 8lars11 Mrs Todd was born in Madison county she was a daughter of John Mason and widow of Madison Todd deceased The funeral was on Tuesday Mrs Todd was a consistent life long member of the Presbyterian Church Mrs Ada Adams Brown from Lon don Ky who will he utmost pleasantly remembered by former students of the nineties has moved to Bow with her husband mother and sister and is occupying tho Washington House South of Ladies Hall Two young ladies from North Carolina and some others are finding this a firstclass boarding plll- ceMadison County Judge E C Million has formally accepted tho nomination to red ee tion as county judge Wo offer you tho facilities of a well moneyed and well equipped bank The BEREA BANKING Co The trial of George Dullard for the murder of Thomas Johnson at Berea was continued until tho December termThe public school buildings of- Uichmomlaro overcrowded and it is proposed to build or rent to accom modate tho overflow lIon W R Miller of Richmond has been elected to a professorship in ContrafUniversity at Danville The fourth trial of Doc Lowry for criminally assaulting Mrs Hannah Million in February last year result ed in a sentence of fifteen years con finement in the penitentiary WHEN A BOY has once secured a bank book he is often eager to add more money to his account Thus he acquires the habit of saving Ho should bo encouraged JudgyA a o John Hopkins University has gong to Germany to take a full medical course Ho will locate in Baltimore Mil A L Kirby who shot and killed Frank Groves in Berea twelve years ago has been located in Fresno Cal Deputy Sheriff Terroll left for Fres no with requisition papers for return of Kirby to Kentucky- On account of tho renovation of time court house at Richmond Circuit court is being held in tho Masonic Temple and County court will bo hold in tho old Garnott House It i likely that no civil cases will bo tried this term of Circuit court m For Sale A farm containing 65 acres 26 acres in Grass 25 acres in Cultiva tile and 15 acres in Woodland Good Dwelling of 5 rooms new and all other Out Buildings 0 public road milo from Panola Madison County Ky and 11 miles from Brassfiohl Price SI 000 Address Thomas A Shelton 1mPaQola Ky HOPE SOARS HIGHER Every Hour a Victory In the Battle With Death PRESIDENT HOLDS HIS OWN Ko Unfavorable Symptoms Appear rind Physicians Art Kncoiira cd DANGER LIMIT PLACED AT A WEEK Detail nf the Awful Tragedy itt Itnllnlo In Which time Chief Kxrcu tlve of the Million Vns Shut Itown by it Foul Anintftln olIn Kiillmv Ing the Shooting unit a Mititcli of mks Wuiildlta llurilcrrrI- liifralo Sept 10Gotta contribu lion to the American pvoplo will bu the sparing of the iinmliltMittt life John G Mllburn proalilont of time Ian American exposition reverently ut tered these words as ho utood boforo the house In which the nations pa dent was lighting so bravely with death Nut an unfavorable symptom has appeared Every hour has been a victory Faith In tho outcome grows stronger and stronger mud hopo mounts higher and higher until In tho minds of some the danger of all future complications Is brushed aside and hope has become conviction Every bulletin every private and public word of the physicians In at tundiinco breathed encouragement The reports the physicians have given lIelItntnt Still that till president Is by no means out of danger Is the verdict of each of them Not onu of teems will risk his professional reputation with- a statement that time president will live All they will say U that with every hour tho danger of complication from peritonitis or blood pul uiilnK lth creases IJr Mcllurney the uueteul neat of the physicians In atlciilanre expresses tho opinion that If the Im provement continues It will br a week- yet before tho president can lie pro nounced out of danger und convales centSome of Dr Mclturnpye colleagues like Ur Mann place the limit of dan ger still further away The fear of peritonitis It can be tumid positively has well nigh disappeared At tho ex piration of the 72hour period danger from that source was almost gone Tho president himself has been cheer ful all day and has expressed con dence In his recovery It Is with sumo difficulty that he can be restrained from talking and Colonel Myron T lIerrlck of Cleveland Is quoted as au thorlty for the statement that he bas spuken at Intervals of several things he proposes to do In the future The president was given nourish went In tho furm of eggs beaten In milk and administered through the rectum Time water which line been given heretofore cold did not appear to agree with him and very hot water has been taken Into tho stomach through the mouth with splendid re suits Ills bowels moved freely dur ing the day and this also was considered an excellent symptom It he con tinues to Improve it will be gradually 1It he should grow worse thu chlngu In that direction also probably will be slow This Is the opinion of Ur Mann There will be no crisis If he arrives at convalescence Dr Park expresses the opinion that It will be three weeks before It will bo safe to mauve him It Is expected that the Interior wounds will heal first The sutures of the lacerated tissue were made so soon after the bullet passed that they are probably healing rapidly With flan exterior wound It Is a slower process Thu extreme optimism of thu vice president and the members of the cabinet would be difficult to overstate On the streets Mr Roosevelt has been the center of respectful attention but ho has met this with dignity and com posure Despite senseless remark that he was going about guarded by secret service men he has positively declined to have anything lute a guard near him One of his remarks speaking to two laborers who greeted him struck Ii popular chord They had suggested that ho might be afraid to be stopped No indeed ho replied You men are our protection onlyemake you more those whom you elect to olllce The vice president will not leave tho city until the physicians of time president Issue a bulletin or give an opinion that the president will positively recover So relieved aro Secretary Gage ands Attorney General Knox at time steady Improvement that they returned to Washington feeling strongly that their chief would recover but with tho assurance of tho physicians that If a change fur the worse should como It would be gradual und that they would have ample time to return Mrs McKinley continues to bear up bravely and lice fortitude under thu circumstances Is regarded as remark able One of her dearest and closest friends Mrs Hand of Washington tutu arrived hero and will probably remain periodnmessages alt over time United States and all over tho world In fact havo fairly over whelmed Secretary Cortelyou Two moro White House stenographers havo been sent for and upon their arrival perhaps some of the more important messages will be made public Almost every government tri the world has been heard from mpst of the heady of Ktiropean states snndlng personal miHHngen Among the latter are IrPit dent ou In1 of FrniKP King Rdwarrt VII Emperor Wllllntn tIlt kings fIPortugal Italy and Sweden and thu Sultan of Turkey MKINLEYS PHYSICIANS Freely Discuss the Patients Condl tlonWhat They Say UufTnlo Sept 10 Dr MHturnry ono of McKlnleys physicians said No bad symptoms have appeared No out can say now that the pre sldrnt is out of danger and for a week the Ian Blblllty of cumpllcatloim may exist At tho end uf that time It nil goes well wo may bu able to say that hn is convalescent Rut have known a case put In Dr Mann who was with the noted surgeon to go wul Ifor 10 days and then change for the worse That is true said Dr Mcllurney Hotnewliat deprecatingly but It Is entirely un usual If time president continues to lmprovu for a week eonlluued we may safely say ho It n convales cent It will probably bo three weeks bourn It will bo wife to mare him We must wait until the outer wound Is held III lit strung The Inner wounds through time atotnnch probably will bu strong before the exterior wound la How long It will be before he will bo able to sit up will depend upon the cupidity of his Improvement und may nay to you further that hie Improvement If It continues premises tu bo rapid Dr Mfllttrney was nuked to com pare the Garllcld case and Its treatment with that of President MrKltilejr He mullet mud rtjilltHl that to do M would bt tu give the whole history of thu progioss of surgery during the lust 20 years Ilealden the caws are utterly illu riiit Gurflflds wound was an extrimely unfortunate one In every way It m55 dllllrult to handle It was lniHi8Klblt to not all tit ballot while the wound of 1risll nl McKln ley In many rfupccta is a lucky oua No coiiipHrlHon la iKwslbk Dr Mann said that the iirroldont was not out of danger lit said that some noiirlKhmunta had Mon adralnla tend In the form of emma and bu taken water In the stomach It WM found that cold water did nut ajrn with him and IntUrad water as hot M time president cun bear It In now bring ndmlnlHlvred The ireHiilcotn bowels Laws moved freely sad thin la cotttlcl crud uu oxcvllent symptom THE TRAGEDY How the President Was Shot Down Assassin Seized The trngmly occurred at the Im American exposition grounds Friday It wens shortly after i II in when onu of the throng which snrrounileil thu presidential warty a medium luxl mute of ordinary appearance and plainly dressed In black approached as If to greet the president linth Secre tary Iortelyou timid President Mllburn uotlccil that the maps hand was swathed In a iMtndage or handkerchief Bit rte of bystanders differ t which hand lIu worked his ray the stream of people up to the e tic of the dais until he was within tw feet of the pnmldunt President M Klnlcy smiled and bowed and extend ed tide hand when suddenly the sharp crack of a revolver rang loud and clear above the hum of voices Then sumo a commotion With the leap of it tiger throe men throw thorn selves forward as with cue Impulse and sprang toward the wuiilib as sassin Two of them were United States secret service men who wore on the lookout alai whose duty It was to guard against just Much a calamity as hail here befallen the president and tho nation Thu third was n bystand er u negro who had only an Instnnt previously grasped the liMid of tho president AH ono man the trio hurled theniHclvos upon thu presidents as sailant In a twinkling he was borne to the ground his weapon was wrested front his hand and strong arms plnluned him down President McKinley after the first shock of the assassins slut rrtrentod n step then as the ilrteitlvee leaped upon his assailant he turned walked steadily to a chair and seated himself at the same time removing Ills Imt and bowing his head In the hands an instant Secretary Cortelyou and President Milburn were nt hit side Ills waistcoat wax hurriedly opened tho president meanwhile admonishing those about him to remain calm and telling them not to bu alarmed ilu you are wounded cried his secretary let me oxamlno The presidents assailant In th meantime had been hustled to thu u rear of tho building by exiosHlon a guards where ho was held while tin 0 building was cleared nnd Inter ho was turned over to Superintendent Hull of tho Ilufftilo police department who took time prisoner to No 13 police ate diem mud afterward to police headquar tors As soon as the crowed in the Temple of Music had been dispersed sulllclcutly tho president was removed In tho automobile nmliiilaure and taken to the exposition huxpmiulwher an examination wns monde The Ira t medical skill was summoned ami melt in a brief period a member of IttifTnlou best known practitioners were nt the presidents side Tho prcnldpnt retained tlm full ex crclsu of his faculties until plucudon the operating table and mihjurtod all o lumusthottc Upon tho first exntn nation It was ascertained that ono bullet hall takofn offset In the sigh t breast Just below the nipple cnuslu a comparatively harmless wound iiio other tool qtTectln tilt abdomen about four Inches below the left iilpplo foe r 1inches to ho left of the nuyol kbont on it Itrvil with it The Btoiuaclt palls wemlellctmtcllIUpon arrival at the exposition bum pltal the second bullet war probed ferrThe walls of the abdomen were open out but the ball was not located incision was hastily closet ntH atltlrL hasty consultation It was ilcclded to remove the patient to the homw of President Mllburn This was done tho automobile ambulance being uaod for the purpose Arriving at the Mllburn rwldence nil persons outside the mrdieul at tendants nurses and offlclals Immedi ately concerned were excluded andt the task of probing for the bullet which was lodged In the MNtnmen was began by Dr Roswell Parke hut without success ASSASIINS STORY Calmly Admitted Hot an Anarchist Lived at Cleveland Hudalo Kept 7Leon tzolRotu the set fronf eased assassin haw slimed nIconfession covering six pages of fools cap which states that hi Is an scar cotbUI1RltllcInHuenre of Emma Goldman whose he had read and whose lee dtDlr11lIalnllhe decided on the att aftHlratt a of the president thus days ago and bought the revolver with which the act was- eommiurl In Buffalo He has seven brother and sisters In Cleveland and the rii veland directory hnM the namIof about that number Ihinn on Hoe mar street and AekUnd avenue whkbIadjoin Nome of them are tad others In different trails Canl goes does not appear In thr least de ITivo uneasy or penitent fur hits an en- CKOIKOSI has a father lit is tinItarn about right miles fmm lava land He unmarried him If lie wears the button and clilits to to III member of the Golden Eaglet Qryant entlmonta Hnffalo Hcpt 10 William J nrItelegraphed The Times as follows Far govemnpnts may bu overthrown but they can not HI reformed by those who violate the rnmroand moat Thou ahalt not kill Under nIrnvemtnent lIke ourselves wrung can be remedied by hews arid the laws are la the hand of the people themselves Anarchy ran neither be excused nor tolerated hern The man who proposes to riRh a public wrong by taking the Ute of a In man being imtkea himself an imUw and can nut conniMtently apwest lu the nrt vUcm of the iiverum m which Ue rrpiKllates The punt livni ministered to wouldlM ux IdI to his co i nKplralitr If In ln should bt suck as tu wain allII lined to anarchy rmmaIJack Chlnn Saw Krankfort Ky Hcpt Hi iilonrl Jark Chlnn the K utuckjr k rDlaa says the Chesapeake and Cli train which arrived here at fi 13 anti d through to Uttiisvlllv caroled a uman It IMUUeUKT fllevcHl tur be Enema old man She got on the train at Jersey j City and Colonel Cblnn says that a mate passenger on the train whose hasotarn was telegramsewomanasuspect says un doubtedly a Pole sad that the rwwm blanee to Emma Ooklmana pictures was so strung that be la convinced It was her Mats Meeting at uulaYllicIIxnilsvllle Sept 10 Imperialism In this country can cam pare vth that rondltlun width would nuke It necessary always to hedge nlwut our highest ullrlaU with mill tory protection Out It systematic murder hi r owed to stalk nnrIIrovtodI over our Is A we shall a t when armed guards must ritjxnmii Ioel7 offlclal and stet staored In our courts of justice Them woitd were the keynote of resolutions adopt od at a meeting of 2040 citizens ci oulavllle at the auditorium Ada maid was made for vigorous laws against aaarchMta and deeuont sym puthy was expressed for President Me Kluley Suppression of Anarchists Indiiipuiitr Kept io riiiigrew wan James K Watnon of Ruabvlllu who was here said lie was confldent that Ht the coming session of congress the matter of the enactment of a girt oral law for the suppression and pun lihmcnt of anarchists will be seriously considered He bellevpt that uudlrIgeneral welfare clause DIllie It will be possible to peaIIth a law without coauictmg with iwrts of the constitution think there should bo Immediate soItion suld he There ought In my opinion be a law whereby story an nrchlut cool be deported and then the general Immigration laws uhould bo revised Predicted the Assassination Sliver City N M Sept 1UAa tonio Magglo Ihe musician and al leged anarchist who U said to havo predicted the assassination of Presi dent McKinley before October was arrested at San lllta a mining inslruchcalli near Silver City by United dons front Washington Court of Inquiry May Dc Put Off Buffalo Sept OA rum r Is cur rent that In view of the attack upon time president and the presence hero of tin thief officials of tho snotty the Sehluy court of Inquiry will h positioned No olllclnl lnfciimtlon yetgThe Revolver Buffalo Sept Jihp revolver with which President McKlnlf was ehu IIWUII turnover to Supcrlntcdent u Police I1ulllJy Captain WUer to whom It had been hauled by time sol dier who recovered it It la 32 caliber THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON XI THIRD QUARTER INTER NATIONAL SERIES SEPT 7sit of Hit lasnn In resit IiIL- Ieauury tr s dluldrnI 11 Iuk ivlll ItonmrnlRr Ilnpnr- rr liy lli II II SI SIUllrll Copyright t r AmrrtcM Prrai AnKxiailos 12 And Jiiiiib went mi hit wny cud he miKili of Owl met him In nor b51 IMMHI the luril sad tin aiwlH ii Miinil to him aa lie was Ifavlittf haw uu l now mimes years chapter xxxl 1e I11 in lie U MlMiut to return home vllli whoa pad children nod servant and muchxl Ik the sugeln ir 1ml octet him III what wouilriim gram thi Ixiril rule 1 hIM focal lad Ho iliKim Christ flue scan yvttlenlajr cud tcxlny mill forever illcb M alul hiss just lue same grace fur rll and fur UH In rlmiiicnt xslx a- exaL iucliuilrr between the Irsl hMwui sad thus one we have all account or In cairn 2U years with liluin his faithful crvlif lib marriage hits Imrcsw mad the lords special cure of him chapter ixl 1113 21 2fn also In verses tl ic tin liirlilrnt at tin covenant between stein and Jreebt tlskwd or llsMh as they wiarati SK Jacob cent lUMwriirni to hear bin brother cad uu thr return Icarnlm that was touring tu meet him with Mi men be beronirn Blind with tear illHlrenn add altfnipt In provlilr for Ih saatyof It least iMirtliin of his nun nany NotwItbutSSiUlla all1esls Urn Chun ran tlf him times many r n lie elses not mrin to have iearml to trust Him wiiliinii f ar- IH2 tu humility he Lsdes In tied and lisiU lilt iiromlm to him ackiHiwIiilK but all HIM nat pmliHiw with itmtl tMli Thin In alwcys a rlicht attltmle tu wan test The aMiirsiuv s of Swl win u he left hump eel when he u as aUmt tu return hunlil have dellreresl him from all tear mtnirDlng iasis Iriatuunl nr aim lint many brUVvrni are eel any mare trustful mew for with such assnr sun ss John i 272 PMI it II Tim L 12 rte there an those who fare their fear lest tliy may nut rrarb hirtiii but IIP wim jvmr by the way 1323 Me propnel a nat pnal fur 11eu that be might therrp15 esr KTP 01tit teals 1111rIII cows cad aasrwIVUl In all with lantrne llonii to tines r In chartfe of the drvrs n In what thy shallsay t K au when they imvt hln It lska If he Ml that fcp mull tin wtmrwhat to help Oml In Ihla matter II PTlileatly 1111 the w rl r motto nmJ ljr many Is lle pr moil help theM who bale tlxnselr but time caching of KefIptnre U that thrtp these who rannot help them elrr anil WP mmrt romp to an eel of nurwlvi Ufurp we earl know IIU power ilV Istil It evil 21 W La it ant all IIU nilrarhm 24 tnd Jacob was left ale and tinre with him until the wrwlldlaysunhn martin uys rw til the are illnv of the mnnilnf It U not Jarehwrstling with a wean that hp nilrht prprctl over him but the men wrentM with Jamb the he sissy cunntMf Jaenh ami Jar h prdlently smelly re shl hint until the nwrnln ill b ever okliiK to lirvak mi dawn to hnmMp mv Mint mi l tbp tadlit mimelte that our hh fl InerI ami hW n IIU atrrttrth amt malt lllmwlf In us 25 211 Twanl imirnln the roan wise wreotlpil with Jamb linn he1 the Imlliw of Jarnba hlnh anil put It IKII of joint an that Jacnl roakl no Inesc rwsel after which Jamh rltinc In bin he Ipleeness aaylnt will not let Ilse gn pwpt thou hI me This la the aprnt of invnll tat with Owl net hptplHu e a rlllicln to Hi power Pmialtlvr those wit came to Him when UP was no earth for ai and pre how In every fast III puwpr waa made manifest on behalf of utter help kssaese the blind the Ipppni the wo wee with the ism those at the tnlMt ut death cal the wimp hailcued 37 24 Thy name shall bo celled na Mirv Jacob hut luracl for aa a princes ftlUItint Inserts Jacob moat arktiowknutM himself as Jamb or npilanter hipster ixtll lit manrlul before be can rewire We new aamp of Inrapl Imarcio a primer of Uml The Spirit through Ii i eyse iII hi strength he had power with 01- yea hp had WPT over thp snarl cad pee veiled tit wept and nude iipplicatlmi unto Him he foaml Him In IMbp and there lie iiakr with na pven the Innl OM of heists tINt lytnl la hU memorial 1w xII 311 Cite follows thin nkortatlnn to turn to Clod inch Will tin 7ml roiillnually Thla U the aeirnt of irevalllnf prayer pemlatfnt cllnielni f- mIsl ahHie iiteNillnn only our iscesi nml HU gnat merej We will alwaya lac- yecnl51 to nay IhulllfhOllf Inkpdtleu testify acaltmt aa do Thou it for Thy nnmr take blur xlr Tl When wit nn1iriot let then xa wn dull per fnlBllaiellta of John ilv IS II end Hlrnllnr pnimlaea Thla U the firat mcnthin of the great name of Israel a name that always I- sltd drl nan Jreb or its lunslrll tIIIt who ere atnkt of In addition to other hrllcvcr hrrr tin aiitlority for thus term a lrltnnl tenet tlionch It m properly Ill used In nTennee to true lleverii ill Ixrnel but should never leisp- iled to Kentlhw Vi iiiunt not cunfnil l the rhureh with lend tier th kiUKdum with either tlioniih Imth will Ise very prominent In the kingdom tumm2 Ito lileaw l Idol then So Jv ItI1Ihnve eesC1 11 fare to ram ami my life U prencrvnl Thin anal Hx xxiv II xxxlil 21 In tic light of JiIm IS icmli that every inaiilfcnlntlon ofe1 In tlironsli III Sent In KdiMi nn well iin here end In oil tIll other aplieiirntirca of Ooil wo ninat ncociilre Him whose r Know na the Sim tml emir Tord Jesus Chrint tl1nrtl lit liimtii the Ionl CH of Urnel Jehovnh of tliii OM TeNliitniiil who liy Kin prerlona MIHH NIIH fur Iin has provhliil eternal ifileniitnn nml n Joint helrnhlp with Himself for nil tube receive Hint It wolllil aeem Hint Jaeoli carried will lilm front Hint thin thr evl nommust never we idn nuiillit OnI chlMren nf illiuileiliieii and liy IHi gram linvc liren rdrrnsrL We iniitt lenrn In IIHMV tint III imllint to In our ttShiIhrr ilwilli lli no LardfrovitliiK abort nil thliiKM Ibis Merwlii which maletli rich Mark Ix 8 1ror x 22 IL V margin i TUB MARKETS II NOUMAN A IO 1INIIHNATI Mfpt OATTIK Common RiUfi d SJJOO Jinkhorn I in fl fiOO It ShipperH l 76rr1 ri2ti- OAIVKH Choieo 17 fi yt fiOO It LnrKu Common Nrq 100 lions Common Mi fl fi70 It Iair good light ItO ft JIJfi Packing nIOtf 7tX SIIKRP lXd toulioicuJfiO in JIX It Uoiiiinon to fair lfiO ft JfOL- VMIIH loxl to clioiior U 110 Common lo fair200 at Jjr ViliATXo 2 Itid 72- COKN Noli mixiMl rSl DAT No 2 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pay the ArK ilaj unnARii Minn- II U IUII- Sfill1 IIM PM t de I0iwpiul Fri Yt n J4isN iu almllt 2 al 2 urll II tO Ip I4Te7tnhkrtrl 2 its au oi irPIMMlwlhPMpt INKr7A t11N11ry 110 lli lnniix Mn HiMinl W llfdlnnliiK M HiHtrtl W i Urnl IfepiMll nluniinl to in Pond IM In i 14 tVifk 7ft 47 Ilelr txlow ilnminitr ilnliirt die W lor Utokii tune IMII MUI hN nwUiw tliv IMnlmtlf I tl7B- WMH four girl ran Utgntltrrvaili airs fl on nwi erntnorlluarn furl WHklut tin total unityr47f Kiwi U wiita In Wliilur anJ W real tare Ill Irmi- THII rooiiiKlor hurtlrping with Moveo fir tan n iiHlly roIIr tram filII tF Irrm 911 prole of a bin rut n IItII0Ilurlierk 1r u f nv IIIIIHMIII lnilTim rn will ghvl Inn ur nilnxil huh ulll rhiuiK unit uluilK llfn fur Iliv liilltrl RIPKTIKS CURISI NIINTS or WRITKRS AYnnliMl nvtirywlinro Storms uhsv idfiiH tool illimtratid articles ml vanen hIM lirawin photographs iini iio articles ale etc purchased IlIIhIilnliollparticulars and full information ho Corn Hiiiiilini nrtiuloM The Bulletin Press Association New York ALCOHOLIC I HBAsKl THE EFFECTS OF LIQUOR ON THE NERVOUS SYSTEM Dr Churl I Ilium Iliid Tlml HIP llriiiiknril iciiriill llvrc Tluin Ilfliii VPIIPH tIh pr piiilr Inn HIP llrllik Ilitlill All Important dimMuslim on the lull ti olioe of alcohol on the nervous system took glue at the New York Academy of Moillrlno nut long ago when varl mm eminent physicians recorded theli observntloiirt nod experlenees Dr Charles Dana In Introducing the Hllbjoet reganlod II both In UK prne tlcal and selonllllc nspeils- He based his observations on the careful 1411111IIf tVi cases of alcohollHin at llellevue hospital Tho must fro itient form of aliohollsm Will period ical dlpNomiinla and the next Will pinlido dlpKomanla Over twothirds IIf Ihr of InllntM 11111 Kim lo drink before the ngi1 of 0 yearn and nil of them before o yours Aw a rule wild Dr Dana the drunk ard dill nut live more than your and It seldom that tin human or pinUm could outlive more than 11000 InloxUiitliiiiH Death III alrohollcs usually occurred from pneniiioiila meningitis dollrlmu Irpimii alcoholic Inwinlty or demen tilt Dr Herman Biggs stated that In yearn the eases he hind seen of drink weiv thorn remitting from Indiil OiIC1n whhtky and beer tin majority of imthnlH taking two or thni glasses of wlihky mull four or live pints of beer dally In those caws cirrhosis of the liver wtm relatively less frtiinont while the drginerntlvi fins sueh as disease of tin Inart tilood voHMls kidneys worv ninrh more iiiminim Ie Hiking over thv nvords of tho health depart iiMnt of New York ho found a short title rlgo that whenas during JO years UK imputation hull Inrreaitoil by from 4ln fill IHT cent the number of deaths rvmntoil due to digonerallve this u of the heart and IdiMid vessels UMMt frequently of alcnltollc origin hud liHnNMd by nearly IM per cent nod linn I the same was true of kldueyd- 1MNNI41 Tin exromitve consumption of III g hoer In th rutted States as In orma ny prodmpil renal disease and cerebral arfldoiilH Pnifonsor M Allen Starr wild thni of the various alcoholic liover olmniiwKiio prod ure1 ixhllaratlon of NtlrltM and stimulation of the low of Menu while burgundy made a per alw think limn alowly laud by no means nddpil lo lip fppllng of Minvlvlallty- Almlml mimiil to affect the brain mum than It dill other parts of tits derv nun svniim Thorp wits practically no known dlnpaco of the spinal cord pro dniptl by abiiliollHin but neuritis or In tin in inn Ion of the nerves was common Tbp till Ihull of alcoholic Insanity Is UMlay clew nod oharaetorUtl- cTn iiiMHnhiH of various observers II HrlMllv Andrlezen and Berkley shun that tin Hleohollc poison prtxlnces St nh 11oii of the epldendrltlc gem innliM Ululiitlng to the nerve ills o UM brain thus rendering tho organ rel atively lnritMthlo of receiving ImpulsoH woHkiMiIng react it time null producing loss of memory In general features whkh were olmraetorlstle of nearly all forms of chronic alcoholism The neurasthenia of till chronic drunkard dependent on digoiioratlvn changpM III the protoplasm of hits brain colls Snob persons are little open to medical treatment but are more sus cepttblu to social nod religious Intlu eta JiiilKP lrulr on Hum Judge McAtiUy of Kansas City committing n plain drunk to tit workhouse delivered himself of tile till lowing little speech This Is tho Judge befon whom Mrs Nation was brought If I had my way would not only close every saloon In the country Sun days nod weekdays but would stop till sale of Intoxicating liquors In nny shape or fur any purpose whatsoever I would make It n crime to manufac tare till MUT This may appear to be farroachlng but the sentiment Is Justified by the sights anti experiences In this court room Ninetylive per cent of tbo cases trlid here are the direct result of whiM ky the other r per cent Includes mor phine and cocaine Amrnlrnl IlilminlnK From npr In tit majority of costs of the so tiled arsenical poisoning by beer the gravity of the symptoms has fur ex ceeded those produced by any possible iinanilty of arsenic absorbed Tills has been pomowhat vaguely attributed to the formation of some biological organ ic compound of arsenic of a more In tensely toxic nature than arsenic Itself It has been suggested that these syrup toms Indicate an a more probable cause till presence of selenium which has ben found In quite a considerable quantity even In several forms of purl Hod Hiilphurlc acid It Is practically err tain that any selenium In the acid would pass Into glucose during the procens of Inversion A CHUMP of Itnip Trouble xllHIIJ1r11mIunent cause of the so called race trou bles In the south When drunk tho negro Is boisterous Insulting and dan gerous Ills revengeful nature comes to the surface and he often oommltH theft or a namelesn crime which lends him to a hangmans noose or perhaps rhr Is burned at the stake as Is some times the case when these horrible out rages take Ponce ItrlHxIi llrrr Ono thousand and Girls million gal buns of beer brewed yearly In the Unit d lingdom iquiilx the total amount brewid by America Krajice and Aus tria IFLAVORED VINEGARS flow to IVrpnre Three Ariinintln Kllchrn Ailjuncli The IKTcHiice between palatable hull unpalatable foinl Is often enough a more question of seasonings Nor Is thin barrenness of the market or of the garden an excuse till flavorless food When mint for Instance Is plentiful a few cents will buy a quantity of the fresh green leaves Tut them In a glass preserving Jar and till up the Jar with guild elder vinegar The mint market may then rise or tall without cutting short your supply Few people who enjoy II naiad of to uiatiMM know how vastly they are Im proved by the addition of a little thyme Thin may be added III the form of the powdered leaves spread on till tomatoes and allowed to steed In the icebox for a few hours or If rush thyme loaves are to bo obtained they may be thrown Into a preserving liottlo covered with vinegar end allowed to stand fur it few weeks otter the him been taken up by tin vinegar It Lest to strain It tilt For the pur ose IIII keeping the aromatic vinegar old iHtttles the kind that tines rubber topped corks are very IIlIlIdllllI It Is now considered an anent either for a man or woman to able to make a good salad The follow hug recipe will give a flavored which will Insure a good hulull IlicllrInotice even In remote mountain A quart of vinegar one dozen loaves hull a lemon peel throe heads of garlic from which till skin has boon removed half a gnon popper let It stand fur tout days and strain using III heavy dressing In the proNirlloii of three parts oil to one of vinegar Kqnal parts of summer savory thyme hull mint will give a vinegar a HIII KpiMinful of which IK added to ed nances to used with roasts lltiw lo Miilif IMili Chnudrr A tour pound haddock skinned the flesh cut from the holies nod divided tutu two Inch pieces Cover the head nod IMHICS with cold water hid bull Leif an hour Fry four slices of fat salt pork null two small onions sliced xklm them out pour In the strained Ixine water l oll laud add one quart sliced potato Cook ten minutes add the lists one tablespoon salt Bud one Fhlck0urmilk with two table 101tllIrSplit six butter crackers put them till tureen nod PourchOwdrover InI lliiy li ltnionlr rIITo renovate hllllkIrnlll Hcaldlng hot mixture of water milkII mid glue the last In strictly quantities If afterward clapped and pulled dry like line muslin It will look as good as now Ilhtck crajie muslin may successfully washed Mike II strung lather of boiling water and soap hud allow It to cool When cold wash the muslin quickly then dip It nt once Into clear cold water to which has beet added a little snit Squeeze out the the itfdries the better How to Make Cfiffrt Killing Make a rueful of stung black cot fee Heat to boiling point add It table Spoonful of errant and half a cupful o sugar moisten two tahlcspoonfuls o cornslaroh with a tittle cold coffee and itor lulu the coffee cook n few minutes then pour gradually Into two well befit en eggs stir rapidly and If not thlC enough to spread place over hot slate- nail stir until the oggsi are set but not lung enough to curdle spread between RCnIcing now lo Make nrrad Crlipi Broad and butter crisps to serve with salad need u real lout baked so ns to give a square slice With n sharp knife cut off alt the crust Cutter one end of tutu loaf nod shave oil In the thinnest slices possible Iloll each slice tightly and fasten with n wooden tooth pick Lay on a Hat pelt and place In a quick oven until crisp nod lightly browned Itemove the toothpicks and serve hot piled on a plate over which Is laid a folded napkin How to Make Chpnv Paste Cheese paste fur sandwiches Is easily prepared Boll two eggs hard separate the yolks from the whites mash the yolks smooth and chop the whites very tine mix and put through a vegetable press then add butter the size of a small egg null three heaping table spoonfuls of grated American cheese Beat together until It Is a flue smooth paste If nut stilt enough add a little and also dry mustard If liked MALCOM KIRK A Tale of Moral heroism IiiOvorcomlnif the World By CHARLES M SHELDON Uulftori In IIU SItjn OucWrtiim TiUIp Struna Itubtft llanlyi Stvttt iMyt OoprifM by tbt Ailfince fuUtthlng Oo Yell little woman wont you tllWI cull out hero It was Miilooiu and ho hil tier Into the house iiKtilu SIll hind nut sciii him ioiiic Ho hind imuxpvctfilly tin Ishiil Ills LiiciKtiiiLiit foul boon able to foturn much sooner tliiia he expootoil- Hho saw nit hit camu In that ho wax very tlroil liut wits mnUlui n brave ef fort to apiuitr cheerful anil couteutoil She hoHltatcil about showing him tits letters hut ho hind already Keen the open envelopes on the table anil hln Laud went out towanl them Dorothy Btooil between him and the table Will you read them In tho order I say asked Dorothy Certainly Must I get ready for bad new lw asked uotwilj It la tor you to say Dorothy an- Bwered dud she save him thin letters In the name order that she hud openid them and stood watching lily face hmiKrlly ilK ho rend them- CIIAPIilt XI A MOUKNT OF liT Malcom rend the four letters through one titter the other vltlnnit a word of CDiiimenU Only Dorothy wateliliiK thin noted till exprossloiiH on his face When he llnlMhed the letter from tho I ton toll niiiKazIno ho looked up- VellV said Dorothy slowly as If Malcom had asked a question Its a great offer said Malcom Ho was evidently very much moved by III And he rose nail walked up and down Finally he stopped near tho door I shell have lOll out doors unit walk off till excitement he said look fug at Dorothy with a faint smile Sho was familiar with that habit Malcom lull oft ee dour that when tired of the cramped quartcrx of Ills little study In the parsouiiuo- He walked to the table took up hits tint Mud went to till dour He opened It and then turned hack to Dorothy who sat with her elbow on the table nod her chin In her hand thinking Will you KO with mo de11rtlul com asked quietly She rose without a word and put tong on her hat and clonk went out with him They walked out of the yard and then after a moment of hesi tation they turned and went molt the narrow Laird sidewalk toward the main street of the tutu It was almost 11 oclock Nearly all tho stores were closed butt every saloon was wide open As they went by ono of tho largest on till Ilrxt bust ness turner two or three men near till dour recognized Kirk null touched their hats saying very respectfully as they dill so Good evening Mr Kirk Good evening gentlemen replied Malcom touching his hat He passed on with Dorothy hut with nil tit In nor conflict going on she had time to think of the little Incident std say to herself proudly Kven the loafers nun drinkers respect my husband And It wits true because they knew In their hearts that Malcom Kirk iiivI oil them wretched useless creatures many of them were howl at till r bottom of till human Settle down Jlr nothing Let love could reach AH they went past ono of the dance houses they could hear the jingle of npurs on boots the wild laughter of the women null the clink of glasses at the bar closlerthem the lust abandoned life that al ways goes with tho liquor trade the ybaitig town What a relief It would be to get away from It all back to thin ell turn mid rellnement of hooks and nom panionable people null tile life of lout from moral struggle for tile Ili of otters that awaited them In that New Kugland home that might be theirs for the taking They hind walked through the street and were out on the prairie road before either of them said a word Thou Malcom said while he pressed Dorothys arm close to his own dofwas ask a question and she was not ready with an answer nuLewer his Hrst question Dont ask me Malcom cried Doro thy almost tearfully lIe bent his held null In the starlight saw her face moved with unusual ex clteiuent It Is true he began to talk to him self It Is true as he says the press Is as powerful as tho pulpit In these days I could certainly do as much good that way as any I feel as If I could use toy pen for thin good of hu manity Yen yes Dorothy cried eagerly She spoko as If Maleoms words had Jell a groat relief to her Then she went on almost passionately What can you do here Malcom You can slave yourself to death out here with this little church and never accomplish much You cannot do the church work null the writing too You will break down under It How can you over build again with the hen times and so many families moving awns and winter coming on And your salary little as It Is so cruelly de layed It Is a humiliation to keep on this narrow pinched life with no com panionship to speak of no mousy to buy new books with a dead lift on a poor struggling church that will wear your life out before you have reached your prime I dont mind for myself Malcom you know It was for better for worse for richer for poorer hut It seems to me your life will be simply thrown away If you remain out here Such an otter ns this will not come to you again probably If I were you 1She stopped and Malcom eagerly for the rest If were you Dorothy went on strongly I would answer the letter at once and accept the offer I want to see you succeed In life I want to have tho world know your strength as I dun Ho mule no reply hind they walks on a little farther Then Malcom spoke ns If again reasoning with him selfI certainly could do ns much goo that way as any He was silent again They had reached place where the road branch ed off to The lurks They turned mud went back toward the town When they reached the first louses they toot the street which ten past the ruins of the church atoll panonai They eem ud to do this without wylng to each other that they would Their walk back hind been III Henee When they reached the corner where the church and parsonage bad stood they stopped null looked at the ruins These were mournful an always are The foundation rdllttIlyI use church building lookm small to Malcom as he thought little congregations that hal so ofiii met there for worship or the prnyr service And still he could not evii there as lie viewed what neomod a failure In lift he cold I not smt ot of his sight the picture of Dorothy and himself as they had gone Into Un church that first night of their nr rival In Conrad three years liefore aril hind there mode together their solemn promise to redeem tile lout of Conrad Yen they nlmut to break that prom ise because ittlllcultloH loud ooiie into the struggle Was It possible that they were going to declare themselves beaten In the attempt to overcome Wero they about to choose the easy comfortable physical life and shun the agony of the spiritual conflict with evil forces Were Uiey about to runaway from duty as cowards Was It duty to remain In Conrad How about his duty to the temperance conflict Here they about to break that vromttet If he had any real strength that way ought he to abandon the cause at this critical time But how could Dorothy live this life of privation How could he go on with his meager salary hu miliated by being In debt to the trades people and dependent fur his living on the spasmodic giving of tile churches that Indorsed homo missions to be sure but lift the Home Missionary otI ten unpaid or the recipient of boxes which sometimes were so clearly In Uie nature of charity that no self re specting man could take nUll use the contentsAll and more crowded Into Mal nighteThe same thoughts were also In the mind of Dorothy and with It all It seemed too as If to both of theta came a halt suppressed doubt us to the course Malcom was on the point taking otI Dont you feel that we have our best to keep that promise wo made that night III tho church Dorothy asked as she nervously pushed her toot against one of the stones at the corner of the foundation Malcom lllolllot answer at first Then he said evasively as If he had been thinking of something else Im sure I can do as much with my pen us I can In a church Dorothy did not look ill or speak for some time Then she said with rather eager emphasis Why not write at once to tho editor and tell him that you will accept his otter I will said Malcom In a low tone They stood a little while longer by the rules and then turned away and went home Somewhere In the great spaces of the Infinite to Malcom and Dorothy It almost seemed as If n sigh front an angel of light breathed over the sleeping town that lay on the black cued surface of the prairie What they felt was tho Inner uneasiness of spirit that the promise they had made three years before hind been It not broken at least not tired out as It might have been In Maleoms heart as he said to Dorothy I will there was a distinct uncertainty of feeling There was lack of spontaneous joy at his actlo which he knew well Hough mount th5 somewhere he Lad not been true to the best that was In him Nevertheless In the morning he rOll the letter In answer to the editor cepting the position and asking him to give him time to sever his elution s with the church etc Ho took the letter hull w cut out early after breakfast to mall It Ho would hood In his resignation the weekday sUlwrIlie wits thinking It all over as he neared the main strct whoa a farm wagon drove up noisily and stopped near him Oh Mr Kirk will you come right out to The Forks with me Phil Is In a terrible way and has been calling for you It IllllllshtIeager face looked down at Maleoui as she sat there looking at him anxiously Into Malcom Kirks heart there clime a distinct shock almost as If he mud thingicoming at a time when It seemed to him as If the burden ho was carrying was too great for him He looked up at Mrs Itartou Wily certainly Ill go right out with you ho said every Instinct of helpfulness In him rising and going out toward tM 07 tar help L Jut then Carve cam walking by Kirk liad the letter be wet going to port la Ma hand flay CarrOt will you mall tola lit ter for me as you go by the otfteer Malcom asked and Carve eagerly took the letter more than willing to to Mr Kirk a favor Malconi at once got up Into the wflg on with Mrs Barton and they drove out of town rapidly Carver stood watching them a monwnt then he turned and went on down the street At the first saloon he hesitated but finally went In Ic foru noon be had gone Into three or four different saloons that lay between him and the postof flce and the letter remained lit his pocket forgotten On their way to The Forts Mal com learned from Mrs Barton that while Philip was on his back unable to leave hIs bed one of the tanner boys living on the next ranch had brought out several bottles of Whisky and smuggled them Into tho house The result was that young Barton was having delirium tremens while in the terrible condition caused by his da bauch at the Ume of tilt great tire Ills mother had spent a fearful night with him and at last desperate and heartbroken dry eyed but weeping her blood away within she had come Into town for Kirk It Is all of the devil tills drink bust ness groaned Malcom UI he went In to time house and Into the room whore Phil Barton lay Never In all hIs life had Malconi Kirk seen such a sight Barton know him as he came In and be spoke his name Then be began to curse In thin most awful manner The lower part hll4irolled back and forth on the bed while he called on all hell to blast ev cry living cnf1l on earth Macorn put irs Barton out of the room and shut the door Then for three hours be spent the most trying period he hail ever known by the side of a suffering nail sinful human being At the end of that time Barton lay quiet and Malcom was weak and trembling wet with perspiration anti unnerved as If he had been facing some great peril The doctor came just as Mnlcoin went to tell Mrs Barton that Philip was sleeping She had not been able to find any physician when sho had gono In tat morning and hind loft word for one to come out What Is going to become of my boy Mr Kirk Mrs Barton asked aB he was getting Into the doctors buggy to go back with him Malcom had not the heart to say anything at first In his soul a profound horror and a divine Indignation against the saloon greater titan he ever known had risen At last he said Mm Barton I hope to live to see the day when your boy will not be near this temptation The saloon and all It represents is an ene my of mankind We will not curse to work and pray and surer until the curse of it is removed from our life as n state For the Ulna he had forgotten he was going away Promise me Mr Kirk that you will do what you can for Phil Theres no one living he thinks so much of You saved his life Savo his soul too Dont give him up will you Mr Kirk Malcom trembled How could be toll this wretched heartbroken woman living In that desolate ruined home that he hind already made his plan to leave Conrad She clung to him as the tar gest and only hope for her boy that she knew What could he say to her The doctor who had been listening sympathetically but In silence had gathered up hits reins and the horsos Impatiently made a movement to start and still Malcom Kirk said nothing I know you wont give him up Mr Kirk If you dont save him no one else will Dont you think hes worth saving She stood by the buggy and laid her thin worn hand on Maleoms arm As he looked at It he thought of sonic old verses he had rood while In the semi tnary about n mothers hands fWithCould boast ot inch beautiful shapely banda As one that I could name r Her hand were without a Jeweled ring And tIM fingers sera thin hint rid out a twbjri angers would mad them cling More prtdous than wild gold mother baa puaed this earth awarf fllaThey were old verses that some one Germantcame to now- Ot course I believe bo In worth sav1 fug said Malcom nMrs Barton looked up to him again wont give him up will youiINo I wont give him up replied Malcom hut he hardly seemed to real ize what tho words meant Was he not planning to go away from all this bur don Itearlng Had ho not already written the letter accepting the place where ho would be free to use his pen without this constant struggle to help the lives of others In this personal contact with them Torn r Guaranteed SalaryYearly Men end women of adilreai to repnnnt us some to travel appointing agent others for local work looking after our Interests SUOii salary guaranteed yearly extra coounlaaloui tied expense vapid advancement old established boow Grand chance foe earnest nan or woman to asenn plonwil purraaoent pijaltt0eiallllber Income Wow brilliant lion Write at Gees Still NnN rituss 83 Church St New haven Conn THE GITIZENBEREA KYSEPTEMBER 5 1901 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 town a copy of the complete works Slmkcspenre it is equally safe to sa that ninny who now have ono would like to own a butter edition Mr John B Alden Publisher 14 Pearl Street Now York the well 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the regular price of the set is 500 Mr Alden will supply it to The CItizen readers who will order it not later than September 14 for only 325 You can see a sample volume at this oilice or for i50 cents he will send you one by mailand return money if not wanted or allow you 25 cents l5 cents for post age toward the remainder of the price for the set If would like finer binding you can have full limp leather full gilt edges for S325 more If you think you can not afford so fine a set as described you can have the same work without Volume 13 on equally good and larger and heavier paper making full 12nio hooks about fix 71 inches bound in f olumeI cloth gilt for 5275 or the same printed on cheaper paper cloth bind ing for S200- ANOTIIKK IMUIAU OFF Suprisiug as it may seem each of the above pnees for sets includes a payment to The Citizen on account of your subscription to it now or renewal of tho sum of SI 00 by IrIAlden thus making tho real cost of the Shakespeare 100 less in eachI case or if your subscription is paid up to January 1903 you may simply deduct 50 cents from the set price Orders for sets must be sent within the time stated so that all may be shipped together as freight Thoy come to The Citizen office where each can call for his set and pay his share of the freight which only be a trifle much less than if shipped separately Sendorders with money to The Citizen Heron Ky A handfull of glasses will not holp your eyesight if you wear thorn all unless your vision has boon properly tested and the right lonsfitted That is Just whore the skill of an optlclancomes to your aid If I test your eyes you will be sure of getting the right glass es and will have pleasure and satisfaction In wearing them EXAMINATION FREE- T A ROBINSON Welch Block Berea Ky BUV THEE N he- iJtilk E SEWING MACHINE Do not heCllCelwd bv those who ad Vertigo n 6000 Sewing Machine for winLodealers from I6OUtoe 1800 WE MAKE A VARIETY THE NEW HOME IS THE BEST The Feed determines the strengthor weakness of t Double feed combined with other IluwethoWrite lot CIRCULARS dlrferentHewingMltahine We nuluufaclurenudpriax b furupurcluuing- THE NEW HOME SEWINC MACHINE CO ORANGE MAa- ei Union ix N Y Chicago m Atlanta Oa- 9lLtlutsy1o1allaa oxSanYmnclamllj FOR SALE bY SISCO CO Nlcholasyllle Ky uu Correspondence Rockcastle County Scaffold Canei duringyElders D Parker and J 11 Phelps conductedlwas excellent and very great good was ac complished Five persons wero re ceived into tho Church by baptism and one by letter J S Waddle Jackson County Kirby Knob Mrs G R Engle has a new hahyI A teachers association was hold at Sand Gap last Saturday The young people of Sand Gap lire to have a literary society lloonIMr John Parsons of Berea visited Kirby Knob Literary Society Satur day evening Mrs W G Daughorty and son Robert have returned from Louisville whore they went to lay in a now stock of goods Mrs C A Smith visited the Sun dayschool Clover Bottom Sunday afternoon and conducted songserv ice at Kirby Knob Sunday ooniugI Madison County BrasMlield Mr Coley Ogg is quite ill Maddogs are terronizing this part of the county The colored revival is in progress at this placeIMr Ed Hammond is preparing to build a dwellingIWork is being pushed on the Brass field and Speedwell turnpike Mr Speed Ogg had a very valuable mule to die Tuesday morning Mr Joseph Walker of Des Moines Iowa is visiting relatives and friends hereOn August 15 Charlie Bates was married to Miss Eva Lewis of Rich lIIomltOn the 15th tilt Mr George Curtis and Miss Effio Garrett wore united in marriage at the home of tho brides mother Leslie County Confluence The lato rains have improved our crops jJMarried on Aug 29th at tho homo of tho bride Henry Begley to Pearl May lissI Huff Bros are doing a good iness in logging near tho mouthof Hell for sartin Ballard Huff of Oivslay county tookadvantage of the recent tide to get a lot of logs to market Hon H C Faulkner candidate for judge of the 27th Judicial District ad dressed a large crowd at this place August 28 At a publick gathering near this place there was foundClgold standard spider with Win McKinley neatly woven in its web At least two hundred people can at test the foreoging as a fact Owsley County Travelers nest J D Herd has gone to Boron to enter school- A D Cnudoll is erecting some now buildings The day school at this plnrs is do ing good work Several of the boys will attend thr Blanton Flat Association- A J and J D Creech are plan ninv to bo at Berea this winter I Several new students will go from here to Boroa for tho Winter term Our Sundayschool is pngrnssfnjj under tho suporintendency of J D CreechS and S A Caudell say thy will bo in school this winter They have been away for quite a whilo J D Creech is putting up a nice house on his fathers farm anti hopes to complete it by tho first of Novem ber Dtspatnnta W A Hammond wont to Berea Tuesday Messrs Sill and Itobert Shearer have returned from Illinois William Moss Chasteou passed through lucre Tuesday Sept 3 Mr and Mrs Gadd of Scalfold Cane visited Davis Branch last wlOkth1lI J Derthick preached at tho Davis Branch school house Suu day evening Sept 1 Dr Davis of Berea was summon ed to G V Owens Sept 3 to see his little son Oscar who Line been quite sick Mrs J W Lake ol near heron is here on a visit this week She will leave for Evergreen Jackson county in n few days Police Judge Harrison Kiuuurd and family of Berea attended Churchat Macedonia Sunday Sept 1 and visited Mr and Mm Abnoy Our young people are realizing two things thus fallthat fall is the timo to study and that Boron is the place Clay County Bright Shade Mrs Ella Clark of Ogle was lucre last Saturday Miss Dora Smith has bean visiting friends at Goose Hock Mr and Mrs Robt Green visited rituals at Boouoville recently Mrs Nancy Smith has town on n visit to friends in Knox county John and General Smith of Horse Creek were hero last Thursday Frank Wagers of this place visited friends at Manchester last week Trenching services were held last Sunday at tho mouth of Ashers Fork Several persons from hero utended county court at Manchester last Mon day Tho wedding of Miss Nancy Smith to Jasper Srnalhvood is expected at an early day- Several of our people will attend tho teachers institute at Burning Springs next week W M Cotteugim of Goose Hock visited friends in Knox county the latter part of last week duTho gathering of old and new stu dents in Berea at tho opening of the fall tern is a most delightful occasion All tho counties are unusually well represented Berea College put money into tho pockets of a good many working and business men in this vicinity this Summer FOR SALE Aat te Two Fine- Kitchen Cabinets 12 EACH At COLLEGE SHOP IEXPERIENCE i Tncn MARKS DCSICNO I COPYRIGHTS 4C Anronatciidlnir a ukrlrli nj gnlchl wren our uldnenl frIIher u- aireetII bKUI 118 euunuuelca llii T dya lOcloMllul IIndlnnYfIatftterecntlnt H4nlrr I itrnli tidal iliruuiili Jiunii to rucelT ilifful njtlct without chkrae In th- e5cccttific American- A lnniltiitnelr llln tr lixl wccklf Ijirent clr iiiliitlon of nnr iUI1bya9 Termsga yutri Mur inuntlult newadealere MUNNCo361Bro d New York Branch nc Wwhlogton C The Berea Banking Company Will begin business Sept 3 1901 Capital S1BOOO We solicit the accounts of corporations firms and In- dIviduals Courtesy promptness and liberality extended Ji Correspondence and personal interviews invited er J r DIRECTORS ji S A T FISH SE WELCH JH W P KIDD- B R ROBINSON J L GAY A T FISH PresidentS JH VicoPresidont W H POUTER Cashier THE HOME Women At Work Figures furnished by tho United States bureau of statistics which pro sumably are obtained from reliable resources show that thoro are more than 51500000 women wage earners in this country Few persons would have HUppOSltlI that them were so many number is steadily increasing The variety as well as tho extent of the employments of women is sur prising TIlt report referred to gives the following interesting information on this pointFemale It teachers anil professors number 2f0000 exclusive of teachers of music who are Hr lll strong anil 10000 artists and teachers of There are 114J women IIrtIJournalists number 888 fIauthors and literary persons IIl1tlll1lurgitHone Lawyers who are not men are 218 Female detectives are 27l in num her Only two women have boon dis covered who are veterinary surgeons In Texas a woman Inns tho con tract for carrying tho snail from KitTo to Sorinnel Hall Georgia has a woman until cur rier shin travels a fortymile route tri weekly This young woman also manages a farm The chambtir of commerce Cin cinnati has a restaurant run Ity three Scotch women and they clear shout 15000 yearly although their annual rental is 5000- In New Orleans one of tutu finest orchestra is LOIllIIOHlltlitirtlJ of women racking trunks is a St Louis womans industry- A conservatory and rose gitnlou in Elmira N Y is otvntsl nnd man aged ha woman IIAt the Young Womens Christian association Philadelphia two young women aro in charge of the elevators Women writservers are employed with success Buffalo IUIII a woman contractor who is also a quarry owner sho in the only female member of the building exchangeA y City woman makes liar living by painting signs A Louisiana woman supports her self by raising mint The woman manager of a Califor nia i nun runco company is credited with tho largest salary paid to any woman 10000 a year A French Canadian girl is making her broad by cobbling shoes at Lewis ton Me- A succeasful ranch owner in Ian sits is a woman There is a saying to the effect that in Kansas liner is no interest no profession no trade anti no deal without a woman in it In Boston are two largo advertis ing agencies the members of both firms Iwing women mind all their em ployes women The woman wags earner is a natu ral result of modern conditions amid in entitled to encouragement Illidro sjwct Sho is still discriminated against because she is a woman and not because she is inferior to man in the occupations and industries she Lisa usually entered This injustice will finally ho over come by a bettor souse of womans capacity and qualifications but it may require many years yet to bring men to admit that women should be paid as much as mon lor- an equal quality smut quantity of work YOUR BANKING No matter how small no matter how largo Tho Berea Banking Co will give it care ful attention This message to tho men and women alike n WE I PLAINT THESEED FOR THE WIDE WID- EWORLD Inc AT w WCKNI3LL EARLY I n u THE SCHOOL 111101 livJ vftlMtiMitnrv neon nt the Nor mitt IKivutnuiit IkriMt ColloKv Tho teachers institute is a great lover for raising till standard of till profession The uptodiito teacher is using electric street car methods A few uptodate teachers in any ltleutinuptodate teacher humus a chanco to ox plain how ho puts tI11IIiL tlllorilHI into practice and to theories must bo changed in order to bo applicable in the country i Without the energetic pushing aehI ers tutu instructors work would fall upon very skeptical lull indiireritit ears It is tilt teacher who hits the iMildnoss of heart to go ahead and put now theories into practice pru ning and lining thorn to meet till reels of his school Out trncjior who succeeds gives his follow tenth litIltHuptOne frequently hears the criticism that many of tint tciichtrs who talk very fluently in tun institute alxmt the miccoss of now methods go hack to t hoir schools and nut along in tune old ruts Of course that is cowardly anil wo have more rcMxct fur tho teacher who IIIHIHtlJII all in till iiiMituttt that ho is itnxiou to use tint very Ixnt method which tau Ix suc cessfully udoptods in his district hut that there lint many theories itdvocut od in tho instituto which hIlouH not find practical TIll great value which comes menu the institute is till HuggtItioIlH thrown out which nut the teachers to thinking They must in order to defend the methods thafll using perfect them so as to obtain as good result with the samo amount of timo and 1ifort as tho teacher who uses methods In this wuylstterresults 01411IIWtllOll1I alxtit without tilt institute Thou t 1101 institute puts many ideas std tluoricM to work in every teachers mind anil thoro is always it temptation to test name of them whoa tilt fitvornblo op Port uuity presents itself And many ill teacher this year is doing his work better sad tinnier through methods proHontcd lust year or the year before in the institute which ho considered impractical but the experience of somo teacher given in this yeas stitute hits nililisl the necessary lIilh1 Follow teachers let us encourage in every WilY the teacher iiiMituto and do every thing in our power to enrich next years institute with tIlt very lxst suggestions which this years work can afford A carefully kept note hook would lx very 11IlpI ful in this matter and exceedingly valuable to a teacher in many other ways Lot us roinemlxir that our sue cesses and valuable experiences for tutu present yuar are things which canto given to livery timelier next year and may bo more helpful to some fellow teacher who is struggling with the sumo problems than anything tho instructor stay love to offer Tills is our chief exhortation now keep a note hook recording your ob servations and experiences and begin lit once to collect material for next years institute And one thing more till institutes are about over but the association meetings are coming Let us bo ready for them MemlMrsof tho Beroa Faculty pawn conducted more than a dozer teachers institutes this summer Prof Marsh assisted by Professors Dinsmoro and Haymond In ati1 t Vernon this weekwtNTEICxpablu rullnblu 1111111 every itmmy to rctirvMnt law tnii ny lit willd linen alai rcpntnllcin fslij MUrjr In r your Iwyabl- cwtrklylll i erdayalwIntelyllluandsllexIMlP- N tr lnlit Ixiim ilcfliillu unUrjr no mm xlIImllllyIIDUriK rli IIKAKHOKN ST CIIICAIIU THE FARM Killtcd by S 0 MAwMIrofwuorol plod vulture Here College A Talk About Ashes unteluel Irma Ind week- Iii actual farm practice it would never bo possible to obtain pure ash hut these liiruros show that softwood tinsoftwood ashes as sold lower In pot ash t They are not always so but many of them come from furnaces or mills where slabs lUll htirniHl Those slabs aro after covered with sand which mixes with tho ashes The fires are usu ally very hot and part of the x tiiHh is actually driven olf mid lost as is tutu nitrogen Such ashes are not initially well kept They are dumped outdoors in tint dirt and more or less IIxlood to the weather With heavy raiim HOIIIH of the jKitiiHli is leached out It thejtier cover contains live lair cent of Ktanh IIpr cent of phosphoric acid and aIIIIr cent of lime The J hon phonic acid in ashes is insoluble hut the potash and tho lime lure both in good forms for plant feeding Ala fair basis for figuring values we may call the potash worth four cents n pound the phosphoric acid two cents and tho lithe a little lens than halfr centDo wool unites have any value in addition to what they give as plant food I Thoy have a mechanical effect on soils They bind thu lighter sands more closely together thus making j theta hittor able to hold water The limo nets on clays to open or crumble them Tho potash lye from the ashes in solution humus power to dissolve organic matter and thus make nitru gt n in the Moil available Wherever land is burned over n very rook growth is sure to follow This is not all duo to the M tosh loft in tho anlies from tilt hurling but IxvatiHo that poUsli holM d to make nitrogen available In direct answer to the question it will Ixi soon from all this that tilt saw garIThey cannot fully take the place of mitiMiro for tho latter contains ni trogon while till ashes do not Mont garden slots ore rich and for a year or two till ashes might give good crops if 1111111nlUlIlI Rural Now Yorker The Hessian Fly A corrcKndetit of The National Stockman tells how ho avoids troublo from the Honsiiin fly in his wlieatfioldn Ho prepares his ground for sowing and turn waits until he hers the fly clOut Then he drilU in his when As the IlioN all Mviirin at once nnd j only hint four days they have xriih el Istlen his wheat is up and ho Buf fers no damage and averages much tetter crops than his neighlrara We do not know whether this habit of till coming out at ones and eriithiiig in four days is true everywhere or ixru liar to thou in Ohio We never saw or hoard it mentioned lefor but if true it should e generally known Them is a disposition on the part of a few persons foitunately In thus minority to decry female education There ore a few who do not too the necessity of giving the young woman of the country tlm sumo opportunities that asp accorded to the young mon In this countslion it is well to re mcinlxtr that an educated Christian woman is in those days probably as great slower for good as an oduca ted Christian man So far as known thin history of every great reformation is in its earliest 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