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Rev JOHN nOnWEU Manager Vllh Strutmg MINR ut Cdltura mud Cur regmmINntA- Fntrrfit the fSstalnrr rtf lfffYI lit lI maul clW MM1 UIIIIIIT 1 I VOL III A 1lUlly ihlper HfiKKA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 20 1901 Fifty centH n year NO H 111 IDHAS Lovu lead to truth IHtlully u woinnii might liS well go to lioll Ui HIIVII Ihu devil IIH In marry u iiiini to reform liiin Sell your Murphm Hlock before winter routers it iiwU to feed Tim limn to buy Htock is whlnl- IHapla want to HIIiC you him plenty of IWd If lo1 bum for MM who will ba Uaiurit lint Iuiil TAKE NOTICE Thorn are several article of IIIItr- tHIIII Tut CimKN this wcel- Kspeciidly illllHnllllllalll1IIC inter est to art ntlt is Till Homo column Rendit Of Special luteiest null let a t View Outride on front page ant well worth reading mud pondering over FROM THE WIDE WORLD A telephone cubic him been laid through the Saint Gotlmrd tunnel The tunnel i + cut through lho highest xmk of tho Alps The one thousandth anniversary of King Alfred the OrllIlnho WIIH call ed grunt because ho was good is to be celebrated thin week in Kngland Many Armenians tau said to be embracing the orthodox Greek Church mum order to gain llnssain protection Out of thu mil into the lire ICd Paris is erecting slung ilM principal streets Urge lump posts prnviile with n Imx containing a stretcher dressings for wounds main telephone iiihtrninint connecting rith the near est ambnhnce station On thin unit t idr iM II INtronater and n letter INS IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Thom fear of Itimsia ximt a majiiili clot llirnl tnhnt + for thus grave of InHidint MclimthyM- dhNj Alhambri four jliIIlItI twenty nine IIHgi AfjuinaldoV KM- Vyillud HiirrenditriNl to tin Americaim i SntiirdayISnivo trs lulu t nlerliiimsl for till life of Mis MeKinlev on account of inttiiMi grief for the 10C her Goth ful hurimndwlgos WUH plneitl on hits trial pmmptly at IntIX II in Tiiemluy morning for the under of President McKmliy Six Hliei man untiln raid on an Hiiarrhixt 11111 ill in Now ton X Y nud nrrontexl lohiinn Moil and seve rah other notorious nnnrrliisN TIll stock holderM of the llnlTalo KxKsition hav lost alrout n million dollars on account of till blow given to it by the murder of President MeKinlev The cheinlual nod bacteriological expert who have IIn examining till bullets mud revolver with which Cojo kiliisl President MeKinlev lunch failed to liedany traecM of poison attar ranking two tlionni li testHAn effort was mado on Saturday night lo wreok putiiiiifjer train Xo 80 on the 1Ii X It HlIr Itusu Hill Va On the train were four teen prisoners inemborH of till Roy liohlH Kant front Lester county Ky 1 Will were beiiifj taken to Pineville Roll Co Ky for trial under a change of vunm- COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY- At Corbin limt Saturday a lire did S0K worth of HIIIIIKO TIll exteiixiini of rural freo postal delivery iM to bo pushed rapidly in Kentucky PIIIIIImOIliKmoral hontunont IM Ilot strong IIIlIgh The Kepuhlicaneampaign iII Louis villa and Jefferson County was open Ill Tuesday night John n Hiskin addressed the mooting A lire in the wagon department of Forbes t BrOIl Manufacturing Co Ilopkinsville destroyedSIOKX worth of property Insurexl in full Tho literary Hock tios of Central University at Dunvillo aru in a tangle over thu union of thou which were transferred from Richmond with the organizations in Danville Thu union minters of Hopkins coun ty havu rejected taw proposals outdo by tho mine operator for n settle Aleut of the conflict between the between the Hlrikora and their for mer employer TliE CITIZEN Of Special Interest The School at Berea began in 1855 The College Library contains over 19000 books n Berea contains no drinking saloons Five Literary Societies moot every Friday night All who attend Berea have a chance to hear some of tho best lecturers in the country The College Hand of 15 pieces has free instruction Froy Choral Classes and a Harmonia Society of near a hundred voices afford many musical treats Terms instruction on organ or violin only ts piano or voice 3y Choral music frees One graduate from our hospital is earning S 15 n week TIlt sword presented to Gen Cassius M Cityon his return from Mexico may be shun in our Library Several families in Berea furnish students with room and board al from 140 to 225 a week Fatal Term opens second Wednesday in September Wiutur Term second Wednesday in December Spring Term Wednesday following the second Tuesday in March Commencement first Wednesday in June There is always a hair of Homespun products nnd Firuside industries at Commencement Students are not allowed to carry pistols or keep thorn in their rooms Christmas and New Years Day are enjoyable holidays at He run In admitting colored students Herea acts like great institution the world over 11len is no social IIcompulsion und no one Ian mention any harm or scandal from this Christian position livery student must give evidence by letter from some person of standing in the place from which he comes or otherwise of of his good moral character No student admitted under 15 years of age unless parent or guardian lives in Herea lieu t is endorsed by Baptists Congrcgntionalists Disciple Methodists Presbyterians and Christian people of all denominations No student can honorably leave school without gutting regular dismissal from his advising officer Each student has an advising officer to consult as to selection of studies boarding place conduct etc from whom he will receive a little Manual giving the Rules and Customs of the school TIlt Uurca students are noutl lorthdrfriendliness good manners punctuality in paying debts readiness to work and superior scholarship Huron attracts more students from outside of Kontucky than any other College Young people cane front over 11 20 different states last year J If you leave home make a journey and go to the z expense of prying board be sure to select the best school When I First canto to Herea I did not have a friend 1 lucre Now I have more friends here than a anywhere wise said a young lady tin other day Get a View Outside Perhaps the greatest reason for coming to Heron is the opportunity that you get to see and learn good things which you couldnever learn in a small school nearer home A mountain valley is a good place to be born in Some of our teachers at Heron were born in log cabins And a mountain home is a good place to live in lilt nobody ought to settle down anti live in the country where he was born without first seeing something of the great worldoutside God never showed nil the good things to the puopluof one valley Peoplc make progress by viewing many places and gathering wisdom from manymen lint there are trials and temptations in going away from home It is hard to go among people who are dif furunt from our home folks nnd may laugh nt us And in a great city we may be robbed or led into temptation Travel too is expensive The best way to get an idea of the great world is to go to Herea where you meet the best young people from twenty different states where everyone is friendly and where there lire no temptations except what you bring with you The new ideas and improvement in manners that one guts by living in Herea are worth as much as what is learned in a schoolroom When a student goes home from Berea he can gener ally get a first class certificate and has besides a grunt bundle of new ideas about fanning business and a hundred other things ideas that will add to his wealth and happiness all his life Some folks are afraid the young will come to know more than they do so try to persuade them to stay away from Herea Even preachers who do not known the needs of the present time do this Do not be deceived J u are gi ing to school on purpose lo see and rare the things you cannot see and Turn ill home You cannot afford to waste your time dr money If there is a school in walking distance of your home go there and learn nil the school can teach lint when you have learned that much you must go away from home and pay your board somewhere else When you thus start away you want to go far enough to reach this best school If you really believe in yourself and think you are worthy of an education you will not be satisfied with any school but the best 0 BEREA DOCTRINE In Words of President Roosevelt No Idleness No Caste When asked what I would say if I could Hptiik coininandiuKly to young oleo I would order them to work I have tried to do it liy example and it ill what I liavi preached First null foremost Iw American heart and NOII and KO in with may person luedloHH of anything lint that perKonH jnalifi catioiiH Repair That Loom HoiiHHpim is coining into fashion again and our girls shbtild keep up the art of spinning Borea College is finding a market for tho products of fireside industry which may bring education and comfort to many homes Wo can pay for wellwoven linen linsoyrr0M to SO Patent dyes not accepted old fashioned indigo preferred For information address JOSEPHINE A ROBINSON Homespun Exchange Btiroa Ivy FOR SALE Two Fine Kitchen Cabinets 12 EACH At COLLEGE SHOP A handfull of glasses will not help your eyesight if you wear thorn all unloss your vision has been properly tested and the right Ions fitted That Is just whoro tho skillof an optlclanjcomos to your aid If I tost your oyos you will bo sure of getting tho right glass es and will havo pleasure arid satisfaction In wearing them EXAMINATION FREE T A ROBINSON Welch Block Berea Ky BUY THE NKNEISEWING MACHINE c4 Do not be deceived bv thoso who ad vertise a fOOOO Sowing Machine for fiMOO This kind of a machine can be bought from us or nay of our dealers from 1500 totIS00 WC MAKE A VARIETY THE NEW HOME IS THE BEST Time Feed determines time ot weakness of Machliu The Double Feed combined with othei trout points makes the Xvw Jlonit the bust Sowing Machine to buy I Wnte for CIRCULARS showing the twlnlr ffrent Btylts dlrI wo manufacture mid prices before lIrchaslll THE NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE COO ANOC MASS M Union 8q N Y Chicago III Atlanta liu it ImUMo DnllasTcxKan Irmclseo Hi FOR SALE DY SISCO CO Nicholasville Ky WANTED Capable ollablo pcnwu lit every wanly to npreiniitliirKtf company of millil ttiun dill lIIIlIluklsua MralKlit boua tide ilelltilto uiUry no mvtn ellIIJmOlleyWHISK Ill IlKAkiums Sv CUICAIIU An Independent Weekly Devoted to tho lnterots of FARM A SCHOOL 50 A YEAR H iFOR MEN 150 Shoes 200 Shoes 250 Shoes 300 Shoes 350 Shoes 400 Shoes 500 youfirstwill bring you back again Covington Banks Richmond Ky OUTFITTERS FOR MEN AND BOYS T C LOWRY ATTORNEYATLAWRichmond OFFICE IN MOBERIEY BUILDING MAIN STREET Collections And Red a See caftv E B McCOY Dentist Berea Kentucky C I OGG Firstclass Photography Center Street Berea Ky MEAT MARKET 1 have reopened the Mar ket on Main Street Fresh Meats Dressed Poultry and Vegetables in SeasonM RAMSEY Berea Ky n BETTER Day TilE CENTS Estate Meat nOn n Three Years in Richmond And out of all tho sots of teeth that have been made at my office if there is one set or any sets that show any defects I will make a newset free We aro making tho best set of teeth in the world for S7GO and if defects show in ire i years we give you a new set free I This applies to all the teeth 1 have made or am going to make the best fills in the world 1 at 75 coats DR HOBSON Dentist r Permanently located in tho Ilobsor- liuildiug next door to Gov eminent Building Richmond Kentucky Reference Richmond National Bank Special Price to Students INVEST WITHIThe Ideal Realty RESERVEIThan any other company doing business in the State Those seeking honest legitimate investments will receiverour most cordial and thoroughattention I DR C E SMOOT Pres S M TUDOR Sec Gen Mgr J S CRUTCIIKR Treas Capital Stock 10000HOME OFFICE RICHMOND KYm FINE FURNITURE SALE It will be to your interest to inspect our stock before your buy We havo the goody and will certainly meet your views as to prices Hardwood Oak and Mahogany Bedroom Suites Iron Buds nnd Couches at special bargain prices during the month Everything in the Furniture Lino Great Sale on Carpets and Rugs for Cash Wo invite all our Boroa Friends andall Citizen subscribers to call nnd inspect before making purcllaso- sUNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY Phone Night Phone HOME alloy 666JO Se JOPLIN Richmond Ky A GREAT DISTRIBUTION A Olsfribatlia of BARGAINS is going on from day to day In our Store in LidUs Mlsstt and Childrens Shoes and Slippers Mens Ylci Yailour and Box Calf Shoes and Oxfords Boys and Yoaths Shoes In our line of NEGLIGEE SHIRTS UNDERWEAR SUSPEN DERS and SOCKS you will find all the newest and most upto date creations Our SHIRT WAIST for Men is the most conr plete and practical waist on the market Our HAT and CAP Department is Uptodate In Our NECKWEAR DEPARTMENT arc all the latest sensations and our Washable Ties arc the newest and most varied line ofathis class of goods on the market In this Distribution Everything Goesl If you find Prices Lower than Ours you may be sure the Quality of goods is inferior to that we are offering DOUGLAS CRUTCHER 207 W Main St Richmond Ky THE CITIZEN A Weekly Newspaper BEREA KENTUCKY OUR PLATFORM This paper aims to bring the best reading to every fire side Reading is a great thing but it makes a big difference what you read THE CITIZEN brings first of ill the news not every tale f crime or horror but the im ortant newsthe news from Washington and the State capital from our soldiers in far off islands from our neigh bors everywhere For the young folks we have a story and a Bible lesson for house wives a few new ideas each week whichshould lighten thtir labors for the farmer some valuable hints which will help him to make more from his land andcattle We propose to get the best ideas that can be found on all such practical and important natters and pass them around among our readers The resources of Berea College are not for its students alone The editor of this paper can at torte step into the largest College library in the State and he has engaged several of the most distinguished instructors in the College to take charge of special departments in the paper Those who are visited by THE CITIZEN will know what is going on in the world Every week it will tell them something worth knowing TilE CITIZEN is pledged to no party It is every mans friend Ft stands for the things which benefit all temperance thrift kindness enterprise and education And we ask allwho believe in these things 0 subscribe for THE CITIZEN Madison County Dep Sheriff Joe Terrill who went to Fresno Cal to bring to Madison county for trial A L Kirby arrived at Richiiond Monday Tuesday next Oct 1st is R rgitra lion Day Be on hand to register John Smiley living on the Irvine Pike a few miles out of Richmond lost all his household effects potatoes and blue grass seed by fire Sunday nightRev Hervey McDowell Jr will preach at Whites Station next Sunday morning No night service Work has commenced on the new electric light plant of the Water and Light Co Richmond H C Hargis M F Arbuckle and J W Kales were appointed by Judge Scott to servo as jury comtnis sinners for tint coming year It is slid that E Till Riirnam has withdrawn his name as the Rnpubli can randidati for County Attorney and Mint W C Hendren the nomi two for County Clurk will not run for the olliieR- HV J R HOWKS Pastor of tho Collegt Hill Circuit M E Church is closing up bey work for tlll year Bro Hours IIIIH served the College Hill work for five years and will be sent to a Inert fiI by the Conference which is in tession at Ashland Circuit Judgu Scott has sustained County Judge Million in the caso re lating to the redistricting of Madi son ci ii nly mid here will bo twenty veven polling places instead of seven teen For Sale A farm containing 05 micros 25 acres in Grass 25 acres in Cultiva lion and 15 aeres in Woodland Good Dwelling of 5 rooms new and nil other Out Buildings On public road mill from Panola Madison County Ky aud 1A miles from Hrassfield 1riw 1000 Address Thomas A Shelton Im Panola Ky Mr A T Fish brought to Tut CITIZEN ollitu a small brunch of bitter oak The limb was not morn than a yard long with a dozen sainll twigs but it had soventyeight well developed acorns upon it LOCAL AND PERSONAL Saturday is Mountain Day Tho trip is to East Pimmclo J11 Stephens returned from his trip to Buffalo last Sunday Miss Allie Fowler returned Sunda from Cincinnati- C I Ogg has gone to Iauoln to at tend the Association The John W Stephens farm on Clear Creek is in the market for sale Dont buy furniture until you lucre priced Bioknell Enrlys stock Bro Dodvvoll preaches at tho Meth odist Church at Kirksvilln next Sun day Httfiis Coylo tats bought his lath ers interest in the business of Coyle C Co- President Frost is attending the Kentucky Conference of tho M K Church now in session at Ashland John C Kirby tine wife of Atlanta Illare hero visiting friends and reps tives tarry Koyle of Michigan in here on a visit to his brother Clarence L Koyle Miss Maggie Wallace who has hewn so long ill from typhoid fever is recovering health rapidly Mrs L V Dodge was able to leave the hospital on Monday and is still gaining strength at home J M Early of Hickuell X Early visited the Louisville Exposition this week returning Wednesday morning The Airtight Stoves for burning wood for sale by Uicknell A Early are great fuel savers For outline and mateiial for essays and orations address Colchester Roberts Co Tillin O Mrs King and daughter Nina re turned home Friday having had n long visit in Jackson county Misses Hettio Dunn and Resale Julian of Whites Station visited 11 and Mrs Sum Detherage last week You ran find a choicer and greater variety of Cereal Foods at Hickuell Earlys than anywhere else in town Prof Weeks had an able und inter esting article upon Success in the last number of Will Carlelous Maga zinc The meetings at Silver Creek aro drawing large and attentive congregations Bro oelof Sanford is conducting the services Bicknell Early have a New Va por Table Lamp It is economical for one pint of gasoline will furnish brilliaut light for a whole week Grandma Hart the Mother of our postmaster has almost entirely re covered from her recent serious illness Mrs Hart has passed the fourscore milestone J M Hart and wife spent Sunda y with tho parents of Mrs Hart Mr tied Mrs lieuben Kirby Monday was Mr Kirbys birth day Aunt Elzie Ballard who Lisa been suffering so long from cancer died Saturday night about U oclock The burial was on Monday 2 p in at the Stepp graveyard Saturday afternoon is the tine for recreation Last Saturday Mrs Frost conducted a walking party of over thirty young ladies to Lees Knob timid Mr Gamble conducted similar party of young men to till West Pin ache 5 Saturday Sept 28at 750 p in in Welch Block the Republicans will meet in mass convention for tho pur pose of naming a City Ticket to be voted for at the regular election in November W K Gabbard Chairman Mr Fred L Mendenhall of the Freshman class probably made the longest journey on record to reach BOna College Ho came from Chine where ho had been engaged in mis sionary work a distance of over eight thouHlIllIlmilesTho has been able to fulfil every promise made as to furnishing work this fall and there are some very busy mid merry companies of huskors and carpenters Young pee pie who want uu education have a good chance and there ought to bo several more on hand Cone right along and do not let the time go to waste Berea has reason to rejoice that the College is able to begin the erection of two new buildings hoarding houses each providing for lodging fourteen girls and a teacher besideH the matron and having a dining room seating thirty persons One will be placed just South of the Ladies Hull and the other Wost of tho home of Mrs Todd This means a permanent addition to thin village and immediate benefit to every work ing UlAn and every business man in the place r HIS CASE NOW ON Coils Aroun4Assassin IiyPrisoner DUplaji lint Mill Intrrrtt In the Iiieeeillnx Muliituln nut n Stolid DenranorPlay of Drfeiue Why the Fatal lltillet Was Not LecHtetl ut the Auiupiy Buffalo Sept UIeon F Czolcoit when placed on trial charged with the murder of President William McKlu Icy entered a plea of guilty which was subsequently changed to nutI guilty by direction of the court Till work of securing the Jury was then undertaken with a celerity that was amazing Before the day was over the entire panul had been sworn the jurors had listened to a description ofI the Temple of Music where tilt crime occurred had seen photographs of the Interior of that structure and had been told by threu surgeons what caused thu death of the president IIndI the effect of the assassins shot upon the various organs of the body They had also learned why the fatal bullet lied not been located Dr Herman aynter was called and his testimony was of Importance In asmuch as It brought out the fact that the reason why the fatal ballet hal not been located at the autopsy wat because of the unwllllngnuss of tux presidents relatives to have the body further mutilated by their Instru ments Dr Mynter and Dr Mann who followed him both testified that thu primary cause of death was tbu gunshot wound In the stomach Ono ef feet of this wound was thoy salcT to cause thu gangrene to form In the pancreas and the spot of poisoned Us sun was as large as a silver dollar Hut little Interest was taken by Czolgosz In till proceedings of his trial for thu murder of President Mc Kinky but occasionally as the testi many was Introduced he puld sons alI tentlon to what was said und scru tinized the witness closely It Irf rut probable that any vigorous defense will be put In and all Indications polnl to a short trial Bullets Not Poisoned Buffalo Sept 3No poison has been discovered on the bullets ur the revolver with which the anurchbt assassinated President McKlnluy chew Ical and bacteriological examinations were trade and both revealed the fact that no poison was used by the murderer Another examination to delI mine the exact mental condition of the prisoner was made In the Erie county Jail by Dr Cadlos Q of Nuw York the alienist McDonaldI brought hare for the Erie County Bar association Arthur W Murd superintendent of tho Buffalo state hospital The allen ists were with the assassin for one hour and a half and when they left both declined to discuss the cage MKINLEY AT REST The Lat Sad Rite at the Old Home World of Tribute to the Deid Canton 0 Sept 20Wlth majestic solemnity surrounded by his countrymen and his townspeople In the irea ence of the president of the United States the cabinet justices of the United States supreme court senators and representatives In congress the heads of the military and naval estab lishments the governors of states and a great concourse of people Who bad known and loved him all that 11 mor tal of the third to fall by an assassins bullet was commlttod to tbe grave It was a spectacle of mournful gran deur From every city and hamlet In Ohio tram the remote cornea of the south and from the east and west the human tide lowed Into the to n until 100000 people were within Its gates here to pay their last tribute to the fallen chief The final scenes at the First Metho dist church where the funeral service was held and at the beautiful West lawn cemetery where the body was consigned to a vault were simple aud Impressive Time funeral processlnn was very Imposing and Included no only the representatives of the army and navy of the United States but the entire military strength of the state of Ohio and hundreds of civic frater nal and other organizations It was two miles long One of the most pathetic feature of the day was the absence of Mr Mc- KInley from the funeral service at the church and cemetery when the body of her husband was laid to rest Thu day found her too weak to pall through the trials of the final care moniesNo reverence was ever shown to any man than was exhibited toward the dead president As the fu neral car passed through the streets men and women sobbed convulsively and at the cemetery gates where the crowd was densely packed and where the people iad remained for hour pressing against the Iron fence two women fainted during the exercises at tho vault It was a wonderful trib ute of surpassing love that was ren dered In his native place to the mem ory of WIlliam McKinley and It will be long before greater or more reverent honor Is paid to any man Anarchists Released Chicago Sept 2The nine anar chists who have been under arrest here since the assaslnatlon of Presi dent McKinley were given their freedom Judge Chetlaln so ordering after the prosecution bad admitted that there was no legal evidence against them Emma Goldman was also set at liberty 8CIILKY INQUIRY Testimony Oltereil by Olllccrs of tbe Fleet Operating ut fmitliiuo Washington Sept 23 In the BchUy court of Inquiry Captain Bur tier executive olllcur of time Texas mini Ing the Spanish war testified that no picket line was maintained Inside the blockade at Clenfuegon Admiral Schley In a former report claimed Qua had been established The wit ness was subjected to a severe cross examination which he resented Hu was questioned at length as to signals and the coaling of time Texas In a heavy seu on May 27 und 28 nothing of a startling nature developing Ad miral Hlgglnson was recalled and modified his statement that during thu early part of the blockade thu Meet was two or threu tulles out from Sau tlago harbor saying It stood out fur timer probably live miles From this distance hu thought It would be dllll cult to discern a vessel leaving San tlago harbor on account of the high land and shadows underneuth Com munder Schroeder thought the fleet should have guru to closer range That Famous Loop baKllofithe Sell ley court of Inquiry was time part pluyed by the buttleshlp Texas Julyimade Its funtotis loop on time appear ancu of Cervcrus squadron It crossed time bow of the Texas at it distance not COIISlIdead stop p The Assassins Handkerchief Chicago Sept OIockud up In a heavily barred vault In Cuptaln Ior ters private otllce In time quurters oc cupied by time secret service bureau according to Detective Oulluher Is thu handkerchief In which Anarchist Czolgosz concealed his revolver when firing thu shots that killed resident McKinley Time tragic relic was brought to Chicago from Buffalo by ChiIon to the assassin at Buffalo to be used to gather with the Czolgosz revolver as evidence before the jury which tries the case A study of tho piece of cloth since Its receipt by Captain Por ter has led to the startling discovery that It U a womans handkerchief and about 10 Inches square Herr Most Jailed Again New York Sept 23Thu police of Newtown borough of Queens arrest ed Johunn Must the anarchist us a disorderly person They suspected that he was going to conduct an an CoronaI IIIappeared but the officers succeeded In capturing Must as well U several men whom they claim to be prominent In getting up the meeting The officers were forced to use their clubs on sev oral of Most protectors A lot of papers and a red flag were also seized Back of the saloon Is a large hall where tho meeting was In progress Controller Dawes Successor Canton 0 Snpt 20 President Roosevelt In conformity with his pol icy to carry out as far as ponslhi the plans of President McKinley an nounced the appointment of W B Rldgely of Springfluid Ills as con troller of the currency Mr Rldgely who Is the son Indaw of Senator Cul lorn was tho choice of the late presi dent for the post to be made vacant Oct by the retirement of Charles G Dawes In fact tho commission was signed by Mr McKInley just before the journey to Buffalo but formal announcement of the appointment was delayed Settlement of Steel Strike Plttsburg Sept 24 President Shut fer In making public the terms of thu settlement of the steel strike says victory was made Impossible by lack of support by labor organizations loss of public approval desertions and ma licious statements by the public press The terms are submitted to the van ous districts for approval In the sheet steel and steel hoop mills the men return under former conditions In the tin plate mills nonunion men are not to be molested and organiza tion work U prohibited Private Soldiers Break Fort Mead B D Sept 21lrlvate Charles lynch of Company M while crazed with drink entered the barracks drew his revolver and began tiring Indiscriminately at his com rades One bullet struck Private Cald well In the thigh and another Charles Amlch In the stomach A guard shot Lynch In the leg and bu was overpow ered Private Amlch died later Lynch had been at Sturgis on leave of ab sence and there secured the liquor Colombian Decree Curacoa Sept 21 Refugees from Sommelsdyk say that Colombia threat ens to shoot Venezuelan prisoners un der a decree lately Issued to time effect that all foreigners aiding time Colom bian liberal movement or Invading Colombian soil small be shot If caught The Venezuelan general Davila Is reported to be In bad favor with his gov ornament because of his recent defeat Town Burned Out Atchison Kan Sept 21 Almost the entire business part of Kiilngham 20 miles west of here was wiped out by lire Over a dozen buildings In eluding Wovertons general store and the National Washing Machine corn panys factory were destroyed Loss estimated at 50000 Origin of Ate BBknown MATTERS OFMOMENT TO THE PEOPLE WF THIS AND ADJOINING STATES Keutuekys Covrrnor Appralril to For Troops tu Cheek DMiirtmneiit nt the Coul linesFruy tit it Diinen Ollirr llupppnliiKi- MudlHonrlllv Ky Sept 14 Yhu governor has boon nppiuUil In for troops to hold In check tin turbulent coal mine strikers As the result of an untied attack liy a Hiiiad of still Irs JuilKi Niinn lugs wired Oovurnor Uvckhiun us follows It U my opin ion that troops mire needed Lucre ut dice to proHorvo the 111lIcuIThe strikers II III necks mined from a throve off and Kradimlly came nearer lIrdllI Bqiiail of 25 or 30 strikers stood in uO yards of thu multi road pep pered time street hulking It warm for time guard who was patrolllni Ini front of a row of minors houses ho heat a hasty retreat The houuu nearuHt time strikers was riddled with bllllots The rexlBtunce by till stii ers wits the must determined yet of fered durliiK the strike The sheriff In HumiminliiK every available ableboil led man In the county They are being armed and will bu placed at the mines to protect the property A body of IOU armed men arrived front KarlhiKtou und ruported to the sheriff for duly- Children Murdered IrantKlmrK Miss Sept ISThrlo children of Mr UuwHley lit UinKa Dam were murdered while tae piirentH wore uliHiiit and the IIIIUHO wins then tired to hectic evldeiiee of the crime The vlctliim were u girl of 10 n buy of 8 and another of years SiiMpl clot points very strongly toward a halfbreed as thu perpetrator of the crime He has been In love with the girl for sere time hit she did not return his affection An InqueHt showed that the girl had been outraged then murdered her throat bring cutI while the tikullH of the youngur chil dren hind been crushed Fatal Affray at a Dance Knoxvllle Sept 3lhrtt men were killed ut a country dates In time mountains of Orelll county near Ioii Springs Hurch Marshall U dead nod Iatilck Itlley and Joseph Hun are dy Ing There hun been a nelKhborhood feud between the men of Mohawk atrl Ious SprlliKi fur noine time At the dance Cyrus Ioe U said to have nun sonic dlnparuxlni remark to lrel dent Uoonevult hunch Marshall took It up und Iou was aided by Riley und Huff and others Fatal Collision LawronceburK Ind Sept 3ThriwrenceburK and Aurora connection train collided head end with a freight train of the nutiio brain n on the htig Four road near hero Flruiiian lion Magee of tho passenger crew living alIIndianapolis was killed outright Engineer Edward MiMullen was prob ably fatally Injured KiiKlneer Chariot Lamb of the freight train nuntulnod Internal Injuries Ills fireman Churlen Hlllart escaped unhurt Crushed to Death Youngstown 0 Sept 23Mlchnel Dolan an employe of the National Stool company was crunhod by n heavy truck and died while being taken to time hospital He was 40 years old and leaves a wife and live children Woman Run Down Columbus 0 Sept 19Mrs Marie Pottle fili wife of Herman Iohlu of Rant Heck street was tttrurk by I streetcar ant Instantly killed McKinley Memorial Cleveland Sept 23 Initial steps have been taken here towards thu erection at Canton through popular subscription of what It hoped will bo a tilting and maKiilflcent memorial of the late President McKinley At a conference attended by Senator Han na Judge William It Day of Canton and Colonel Myron T Ilerrlck It was decided to at mica organize a commission that will bu national In Its scope to take charge of thu work It Is proposed to have an membom of this body representative citizens from all time various tttuten of the Union Thu orKanlzutlon will bu chartered un der the laws of Ohio rind will probably bu known an The McKinley Me niorlul nHHoclatlon It U proponed to locate the headquarters of the edam mission lu this city Insane Asylum Burned asylumcompletely destroyed by tire It U believed that three of the Inmates were burned to death The lire orlK Inatcd from sonic unknown cause In thu west wins of the Institution Thu loss on bulUlliiKH cud their contents will reach 300000 There were Inmates In tho main structure and the efforts to rescue them wore dllllcult lu the extreme What Means Loubet Paris Sept 23The czar of Russia and suite departed for Ilusiila after an eventful visit to Franco A review of 140000 troops on time plains of Bethany was a feature At a luncheon which followed President Loubet created a mild sensation by sayliiK The Franco Rugalan alliance Is pledged to settlements Inspired by justice mind humanity Some of his huarers took time remark to refer to affairs In South Africa Fatal Freight Wreck Oxford Mian Sept 19A head nn colllnlon occurred between two freight trains on thin Illinois Central two mllea from Abbeville Doth trains were badly wrecked mind Jako Gentry fireman and two negro brakemen were killed and time engineer of the south bound train anu a negro brakuuiuu dangerously Injured THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON XIII THIRD QUARTER INTER NATIONAL SERIES SEPT 29 Test ur Ihr lriuiu a oiiiprtliiiiilta limrl rl Itrvhew llulilrii Tell Im rill IT OuuiurulMrr Irtimrvd b She lltv II araraI- Cupugtt IMI Ij Amitic IftM AworUllon LessoN 1al lilt trtulur of all things tt eu1 l 111 CuMruiVtt dlU In ttii bfKiimiiil thud clouted tim- eheuvrn 111111111 earth To my iiilml one or tin greutent and west preclou truth In tin lirxl two fluiptorH In Iho lliMit U that of tlu1 Hiirkliik1 unhindered Iud tin Crrutorof nil tlllllK III IliUVtU cud ou earth to whom unit ldug tlsl wonderful iIer XJX1I 17 When lie 111Iulll liinliiliil tin light to alilm out of iliuk lien nliliiiK lu our heurtH to JY the light of the kmmledKi of the glory of Coil lu tin lute of Jesus ClirUt III Cor Iv we air from that Unit1 ou earth for mid III IlIrlllltaltll with Him that led lu nil thluK muy il rllled through Jenui lhrbl JVtlv III LKNNON It HfklimliiK of ulu and lllIMltl ll lire III Irl luldlU TfXt- Itiim t M Whtro BII abouuiltil unifo illil notch own Hlnxjuil lien U IhtII tritinv of tin grist enrinr the drill the uilvomury of Coil mid umu who cuutln uiN lilt nutIt sii through the Blhli story to ItiV xi where hi gars to IIIUWO plant funver In ver e li wi have tin prom U ur n IMIvtnr who though lit shall suffer nt tin huiiilt of tip adventury hall dually ruuiUtT him lu trio 21 we have the muxt sltupli lllu trittlou of be way of redemption and lu verse 21- the glory of tin redeemed lu puradUa ti Ntonil In taught l y thf rliiruliliii Ito III NoahNavI lu thu ark fiiu rill 22i Coliliii 111 lea rl 8 NoMli fuiiiiil irrniv In the eyes of tin lord Char Iv 111ut tin tllvltluu nniHlii the e wlm worNiipeth Co l at art forth lu Yalu Hint Aln1 tin our 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on to diem It rniiu oitevinry lMr SUN of the wraith of times two amen lu tliKk nuJ berths that they should iHpornti Thilr turn who kept tin Mixkit were utrlvliiic IUIOIIK thnntrlnt lu tilt pretrore of the hra then nail this was a ill hoBor to budit Alirmii In whom Cml hail itlrtn ill lhn land miciimilmoutty clrr lot lilt scar 1Ilimeys promln to Abram Htu xr lisp Coldrii Tfit Ore xr I am thy hlihl sod thy txcrftllai great nwanl Thin U time rhiplrr lu which no ninny wonU art unmet for the Ant tliut mirli as finr not nlinvn rlilitiou urn ttt sail Kerr U thin ant promlw of tin a4tl an tIll stars of hinrm Abram U MHIIIIIIIIC Incrroluifly parnt iil unto Gal anal Gal U UromloK In crraMiiKly nnl lu him Tim ailtrrnnry It tvir iikkillinr tlouuli sod tears and Hiiklm to turn his ryes to the ilrcum KlannN am thy nhlrhl chouhl iIlnKl all frnr IIMSOX VIIAlirahamii lutrrcv lou Cm xvlll IUa1 Colilrn TIt Ja v Tin tiTictual firrrut payer of a rlKhttoiir Jiimi avallith much Ili who had dined with Ahrnhnm and now tnlkml with him war mini other than llr whom wt know as our irrrnt Hitch Irlint wh t ever Bustle to nuke lnttrri4joti for iii and tilt mlulitry of lnt rrniloii as wl forth In Itir Aiiilnw Murray book with that tide ii om of our Krtati it prlrl- ltKtR hlleI17 fly faith Ahrnhnm whiti ht wit trial offinil up lunar Theis li time mokt nmnrkalili typo of tIlt unIfier of hrbt In thi Hcrlplurm Abraham nod lilt only aru sit NiiKirintlri of Gal mi UN only lHRottfU Son Inane Htibinlmhe ly tnnrlm In l ou which hi wu to offirril cud thin father with thin flrn nod the knlii make tin plrturt tilde In wiry titan Tin ram fferhlg lu Innoiii utinil takliiK hilt place on thi n tar rrmliiilH us of Chrlt as our uphill tuts lying In our place IKRHOV IXlsanc thf pinnmnkrr Jtn xxrl rjii Oohltn TtH Math r II IlliHMil are tin prartmakirv for thiy nhnll caned tin rlillilrtu of Gal Alirnhiim would nut Irhur that whUa wim rightfully hilt but rather ylthliil lu Lot that Coil might Klorltlfit lane In Ilkf manner ylitilitl to tint IhIIUtlae properly that wan rightfully hilt and Red ant KlurlfDil lu hint cud tin Ihlll dues Balil Wi saw c rtalnly that the Lonl wits with thee xxvl 2S Hy miikniMN nml UIIIIIlolI and ylihlftUfc Ooil Is Rlorltloil not by aHHirtlur our HilvtH nod our rlkhtH IKHHON XJnrol at Hithil Gen xxvlll 102Ji Colilin TiXt flea xxvll Ill Sorely tin Lord In this place irint tin grace of find to thin peal tint lout unworthy via n Opening bra Yea to him and KlrluK him tin most prtclou nssnrniirrs of forxlvcnrHH axial roimtant prowIsiskept mid ptrfonmil II Cor L JIT xxl HI for Hu U faithful its raiiaot deny IllmnilfI- KHSON XI Jacob a prince with Owl Rail xxxll 1TJ flohliii Tnt Luke xvlll Man ought always to pray ainl lint to silt Our hinrinly Kuthtr U ivir bugler to tin enut thliiK for Ills ptiipli that lilt powir may HIIU that He mny bo Klorlliiil hat wi are nut to no full of ourselves that wt hlmlir Him by amid mLKSSOXIrov xxlll II Johltii Text Iror xx Vine U n mocker Ktroutc ilrlnk he rnKim and whnMoever U ilecelveil there liy U not wise There In no ash vatoil from thin sin of Hlroiic ilrlnk or any otht sill except In Him who wade slu for who bore our sorrows god carried our KrlffM who for was a man of sorroWS and acquainted with grief THE MARKETS U HH1limll II NOUMAN A II CINCINNATI Hilt 2 CATTLK Coininon f2J5 MM II liutchurH liri fiX II ShippvTH 175 tn fi42Ji CAL 4Choicu 17r II roo Lttrgt CoinmoiiUX HixisComniou 170 furkFair Kooil light fl85 I Ii M ry InckiiiK 70JW 7W- SIIKE Otxxl to choice 2M rii 100n II Coininun In stir 50 fi liM LAMUS Uixxl to choieo I7r y IWI I Common to iairiUO uJ 5525 ir WIIKATNO 2 lltl 78 UOHNNOUUIXM Ii OATHNO 2 l7 t I 174 UvrNo 2 ri W rti ill FuiUHVliilT imlunl 3I0 Ill I4- II fancy 100 110 Family 2115 1 2rtT- jMUFKK 17IKHg I HAYNO i Timothy 2w II 111 Nu 2 l054 III No I Mover SJ4 li 1IINo l 7 Jl ULO POULTRY SprilllrH IMr Iii H ta 10 I IlltKItTurkey IIKIIH Spring Turkny S Duckn E4IUM Frwdi noar by HiII II UKIoII Hints WotHitltiHl 7 ji S So I dry wilt H 11 10 iI Hull M Iii LttflI skiuM to w li4l II TALUJW Prime city 5 J Country f r WOOL UmvRNiiwI medium eoinliiuK iii vJ 17I Vailnxl 21 uj 2 Tub IOllr 22 25- FEATIlikM OtHI Mim nearly hilllIto 1IIrllII U Ij I0 Duck lllollllu hitll 25 ai Ghirkt1I1h tlllll IllIillllIfFiirkv IkNIitry III A Problem in Arithmetic ItiTim ill not a moiuy nmkiiiK innti It fnrfl tin service of all its tlIIc1l11rHit elmrmH only an inci- ilinital fill to luilp for iwtvpinjr and till closil roOlnll It The llwpilal 1tt jIII411tM Illm nuy HiuknetM tliut you am safer Itortit limn at liouo- Ami limn you must lift at Heron you IIIIVH to cat wen if V0I stayat homo You nmy Inmnl yourself under r IllIhll ion ard in approved faiuilir in Ihtrra or Ixmnl lit emt in Collcgo luiililiiiK Tlu ituiiiH nrn Kivitn Inlow and should h studied cartfullv Notion fniMHiialy I Room find inciduntul r OHM mouths IxKird uitiHl pnid hi CHi Ia II rt 2 Fuel will lw W wni morn in lilt winter H eints itllit in thu Npring- it Stiidint Ik1ovs linimmar School only JIW for iuciduntal AIIUltIIIY1I1t1l1t1IJ4 pay 550 Coll HtuduntH im 4 StuditnU in A OrllllllllllrUIIlIIItI low have iou t tit Itookrt 5 Stiidi ntH liriiiK thuir own ln d ding and UiwrlH- G If you Kilt nny work to do for Ilin ColltKu you lUll paid nt tho mid of wwh month in crodiU on ncliool tIIRI44s 7 Thny cant loud you inotioy liiit tliu Tr HMUt r and try t achor will IHI your frirntl- Necessary Expenses for Twelve Weeks School Pvrioiu who botrd tlnrmwlnn ran 4iI w nicb or Illtte u llirr rliuuw uuUrItItrltvItt1 II to but a Illllv 1111 mSbrlUt Iwt uin touki aDt olbrr tblutk Uul uwvutry zIl4Pl rv iinlo L fiillnwit- To IHJ thu Itnl dayIIIIWAHll 14 HIM tool ImMlitKl t I M fl W Kir 2 tfIkapUAI 1Nlblr nlHiilt 2 W iuu w lbMiii lalilr ct 1 H IM- 1MFurl mul Oil 00 Knit nl Uninlry Vui Munllit Bo rJ I L11pu1 ini Tu thu IoU prlah- tarltg IAIIlh IIKIIIIIIIK 4 Mo t4trI II W KliuilHK l Mu Iliwril uu 6 as r in IiiiI IrKll rrlumr l 00 I W Tulnl K Itt Vrka 47 7ft fl Kur Itiiint iMInw tlromnur iliMiirl Um tor book Uilll nnu hiflilciiUl liv iiili lug tild loUlunly SILTl Whit lour Klrl room liiitrlliir tith mvi1 SI tin nxiii mij l2 nr iiiotu on foil muklntt llii IUH Wily S9I7A Furl li a rviil inure Vliilur stil W rrutu IrM lu HprliiK ivrin Two rtihuIs fur lioiiMkniiliiK will itiivm dr ehi uiiully ln rrnltil lor trout l In tl n trun Tb prlr of a big cnlf n 1I1111aMIoI or a few HIIUU lll luriu of rliool which will lmujn bl oliulo itt for lk liMltvl 1RDARE I TOOlj Bicknell Early e In 4t In a profitable dairy cows must be clean and In proper condition CurI regularly Cows should never bo l outdoors when raining as the rlIdairymaid In Form and Home When cows are driven from the thaN turo under cover to be milked they should be wiped dry Infore IIIlIkllljotk Whether till cow Is wet or not the ud r should bo wiped clean to remove rt or loose hair which too often tIIIIN Into tho milk should strained through Ot IllIk Into tItIIII cool crocks Milk never be strained Into fnshly wiiHhid criMkN or Into crocks that have ti been waslietl Cr Kks should ho scalded thoroughly and washed and set ii tho open air Cream should it IIkllllI med as sooth as III a skimming tuIIIIIH lion Set cream III a clean 111I aired jar freshly wiiHhed dirty tr hot receptacle itt not put lilT churn IIMI long or the cream will sjsalles Ikchilly III summer Keep the churn well aired when 11111I list Wipe till churn carefully clean cloth then put lu the dasher and pour In UiHIng water daub aroum IIIlnn the cream IIH MHIII water Is drawn and churn until sinai When cream U rut iIi lithi IIllIllflll lit lIhll lIhr often helpful Wujth butter thorough ly and get all the milk out The prim uliotilil lx put III II tai to ncald with iMilllntt water and then put In cold water Then Ntamp the Imtter liii net It lu a ciml phuv The tlIlIrIpantry NptliiKhoUNO or wherever IhlImilk lit plucetl shut utIti it frei from dirt Ilith ctMiked eat iiia ge or t ii lug with II Isreu tit IiIt iMlor xhonld 11ItrIkept near milk Imtter or cream The cover of milk lot sr or cream re ccptaelcN Nhonld lit kept HcrnpuloliNly clean and after lalUR wit liiu aired IIIi till titil Ig lit Never use milk from an unhealthy IllIShah Time tu Krvahrn Con Thero no room fur further dlMcus lou of the iiiistlnli an to whether It more prolltahlo to have OWN frenlien In the KprliiK or In the tall WIVH bards lalryman It heelS tried tot often and under too widely differ I11Imilk In la motithM and the milk and M produetn are worth more money The Inlit plan of till prolmhly U to have COWH frexhen at different linen lu t lie yen rsay threetourt its of t Iteun from KeptemlHr to January and till of hers at Interval IhrouKhout the hal slice of tht year iidrnJ Iutlo I Ilrowii In Iralrlo Partner IIIIH the following to say about cement floors write from the Htnndiiolnt of experlenco on this HUhjivt ax It Ix IIOW about tuft years Hluco I put In my fIrst tile floor of cement and had been viI ttlil Hg and Iii sheet ii g cement lloom In Hlablex fur severul yearx Infore lay Inc mine There no coils rison for durability between a coment ltiH r tutu WM d floor ax I belIeve the former will lust without repairs fur UN years If made of the best material antI properly laid down while I have rarely been able to get u plank floor that would last ten years and unless made of the best oak liimlHr It usually luKlnx to jjlvo way In half that time There are other ndvaniimis In the cement floor bexlilcH Its durability one of which li that by Its list all of the liquid manure Is xaved and another and Htlll wore lniH rtaiit Ix that there will be no foul odors In the stable vllh thIN kind of n Moor for the cement will not obxorb a particle of urine and If cleaned ax It Mhoiild lie every day and a little fresh txddlni added tho air of tb stable will i remain pure utah sweet What I say appllex only to floors made of Portland ceimnt How to Make lunrhroB TualtIPrepare slices of nicely browned toast butter them and lay on lettuce leaven Take large thin slices of cold boiled ham broil them over a clear Ire lay a slice on each piece of toast tutu IHlIr hot melted cheese over luch1 Serve Immedlalelv MALCOM KIRK A Tate of Moral Herolam Overcoming the World By OHABLE8 M SIJELDOlfI horllli lit Stei ntctrionlf PileUp Straw Itubtrt nanlvt Stvcn IlIo lObprrlftd by Ut Advtnc PublUhlnj CteJ ICIIAPTEHIIIOIIIIIITION XII Conrad his mind was lit Will Ho knew deep down IsIs soul that he had no joy In the change he had planned to make II 0 knew well enough that his cull to the ministry did not mean a ministry with the pen hilt with the voice and In the personal living hand to hand touch with humanity Ho knew It when he said to Dorothy there by the ruins I will He know It IIH he penned the letter that ev now he supposed hall started on IU eastward journey He knew It aa felt the touch of the sorrowful rnotl era luuul aa Ida ana hM a IUK or Heir Hirsuulon could convince him otherwise or satisfy him that he had made a dotlidou that his coo 1IlllroeI at the lower where they drove on t lie way back and Malcom left him there and xtarted to walk home he went up the main street past the saloons Carver came HtaKKL rltiK out of one of them The sight of the minister seemed to sober tho man II little He muttered How do Mr KIrkY and wax sham blliiK on when he suddenly stopped as he had rememlRred HomethliiK and back to Kirk who hail guile sadly on sick at heart at the sljht of him Kumethliu of yours Mr Kirk Let tef you gui v t mo to keep No trouble to It ilail to do favor Carver stammered Ids drunken brain proud of Ills iippnrcnt service to the minister He pulled out till letter Kirk had Klveti him and banded It over Mat took It mechanically without a word Carver stared at him and as Kirk walked away ho scratched his head and muttered Sji lung wromc with the minister evidently He xhook his head In per plexity mimI finally zIgzagged Into a to sue If ho could clear up the mystery with a frt shi drink Maleoiu thrust the litter down Into hlx Hicket and walked on like one lu a dream He went by time iMistotllci with out looking uji He met several of his parishioners soul answered their good day absently Ho wax going over the strilUKle he had exH rleiiced when hU IlIIh tIled only this was a new form of Now Dorothy wax the person he wax thinking of most lit wax In the habit of making up huts own mind tilckly If ho ever did anything that his whole soul could tail rejoice In he felt uuiislulelu tutu of It ho felt suspicion of hlx whole motive now In leaving Conrad And Ililllp Ilartnn wax that soul laid on him to rescue Wax It trth that ho must assume the salvation that particular Individual and count lilui one of the lost souls Its had really pledged himself to save And thlx letter that had come back to him wax to take the event ax a leading of the Spirit anti Interpret It all to mean lint he was not to send It after all Hut Dorothy how could he ask her toI lend the life of hardship she must If they remained III this Homo Mission arT Held After be hal gone over thin ground for going or leaving hq came back to that dual question And hti mind wax In a tumult lie win within a block of the houxe now and still walking on absorbed when some one touched his arm lit looked up and saw one of bits church inomlwrx one of the poorest men In hIs congregation How do you do Sir Kirk Wife weIchurch parsonage and we have fill eluded to give thIs our share The man handed to Kirk a f 10 bill Were sorry It Isnt ten times as much Our crops failed you know along with the sickness and Jims death mist spring nut wo want to do something In memo If1 of time boy Ills mother The wait choked up anti did not finish tho lenience That WPM a good sermon you gave Ufl Mr Kirk last Sunday It did us a world of good WIre praying for you at our house God bless your work among us The maui was gone anti Malcom itood there holding the money and It was Impossible for him to prevent hit mind from trying to guts by what self denial hardship sacrifice that 110 had been saved It was a little thing but the meeting with his poor parish homier profoundly moved him He went ou slowly anti hind reached the house when as he turned a corner he came face to face with the superintendent of his Sunday school The superintendent wax one of the leading temperance workers In Conrad lie had been si cclally active In work carried on In the country tile trlcts He was one of Maleotna best friends one of the comparatively few men with whom he often counseled anti one whom be trusted entirely Ive just been to the house Mr- KIrk to see you I wont take your You tronf give hOn up trill your Intltlle now but I called to tell you that wax out lit the Parker district night and the then out there want to come over tomorrow or next night oui you chits Theyve never heard Im sure you could do sonic real CIIOUghjIcan go can send worth by one of then men who are driving out there this aft ernoon him Ill go tomorrow MlA 1el11t In a low voice All tight C 10 wn I- rJlrklhl super lemlei uad mrieil ou but he tunied around and came back n stuIIt tony ciiiiiurage you a er little to hear what overheard In front of Valmeix place the other day Val ly titer was out III front of his saloon and he said to II u of his customers I dont care fif r prohibition cranks In nnul iept that preacher Kirk lit la of getting his church mcmUi eve ax ho dots and If they i in e that way I didnt hear nny more lilt that hlloC a BIKech ought to be encouraging We will never give up thlx light will we Mr KlrkV No we will never give It up re piled Icons with the same feeling at heart that he had when he said to Mrs Itarton No I will never 1C1tII blm 1hlllpl up He walked glowly and Dorothy knew the moment ho entered the room that something unusual lout happcnod Malcom could never conceal lila emo tionsHe took out the letter that Carver Lad given hack to him and held It out to Dorothy It has not been mailed doubt If It ever ought to bo ho sushi simply but hits face wax pale and hlx lip quiv sired under hlx Intense excitement for he was stirred deeply by till events of tile day What does It menus Dorothy asked as she took the letter looking at Mal rom and letting the letter fall rlOlIII tier hand upon the table near which she had been sitting It means I thlllkIS I am sure It means that I must stay here Nei ther my heart nor my mind hits tiny real joy III thought of leaving my work hero Dorothy I cannot leave without seeming to myself to my church to the citizens to all my friends here to be guilty of running ifway from my duty because of hard 8lp I cannot persuade myself that Uie lord wants mo to preach with my pen I know ax well ox If lie spoke to me with an audible voice that lie wants me to speak to living men In cloxti contact with them to hear their burdens near by to be one of the multi tude In the struggle for a better world Especially do not dare to silence till conviction within me that I ought to itay by tIn temperance tight In Kansas just now Tho Lord has seen lit to use Ime to his glory lu thlx great crisIs fur the cause of homo native land Dorothy If were only rich If I only had the means to give you what you ought to have The last two sentences were sudden ly wrung from him ax he sat there watching Dorothy who haul listened In sIlence her hands clasped lu her lap Soil her fact Malcom fancied cold and hard For the first and last time In his life te was deceived In Dorothy She suddenly lifted her head and smiled while her eyes tilled with tears Do you think do you think Malcom thai I coUld e rllo proud of you again ever feel satlxtled If you acted a ijart that was not true to your convic tions Do you think I married you for jour money always knew you never married me for my good looks replied Mutt rom with a smile that revealed Inward joy and you certainly did not marry me for my money fur I told you at the time that I hadnt any Hut oh Doro thy you know how I long to do and bo everything to you dont you Yes I know It very well Dorothy answered She had come over to her husband and the anxious look on his face had given way to one of relief She bpd the letter to the Boston tdl III her hand Malcom took It ijertIf we are not going to mall thIs what do you think we ought to do with it r he asked looking at the stove slg rjlflcantly Save the stamp Malcom said Dor othy You may need It If we lire note going to live In Iloston lie tore off the corner of the envelope where the stamp was anti opened tho stove door anti threw the letter Into the tire oHHo that settles It said Malcom gravely There was a pause In the little room I feel better ho added looking steadily at hits wife HIo you said Dorothy gently She kissed him and they both seemed to remember their promise mantle In the little church Dorothy knew well enough that for a man like Malcom to do anything that In the smallest de gree contradicted his convictions meant for hint continual torture of mind The minute she saw that his action In leaving Conrad meant that sort of moral conflict she knew there was only one course open to them and that was to stay In Conrad and battle out the life that duty called them to live there- In till this nothing but the great anti trustful love they felt for each other matte possible such n complete and un questioning change of plans that af fected their whole future Malcom would not have beets tho man ho was If he had not felt constrained to stay In Conrad Dorothy would not have IHCU the woman she was If once see lug that her husbands moral strength depended on this decision she had at tempted to argue htm out of It or had failed to accept the situation cheerfully and once for all So then these two children of tho IIAit Father having settled thus simply decidedly this question faced the life before theln bravely and silently and no one In Conrad knew until years afterward how near they hind conic to i lIe1IIpicked up the thread of lila affection for them where he had seemed for awhile to drop It timid went on to them more and snore and they In turn never dreaming of the moral nutlet IM b 4 bqen having grew to love him because they were enduring hardship together At till first church meeting held aft that eventful night and day In Mul coins and Dorothys IiIalcotu bold called on lila members to rally around the building of u new church Ho read tho two letters tho one from In till superintendent and the other from to the church building society The mem hers listened In silence Malcom looked Into their faces quietly They were gathend III tho little storeroom In the main street Next door wax a saloon and that Sunday as on many others the congregation could hear t lie chink big of glasses and tho drunken laughter of the men nt the bar Wo might ax well ReceiPt the facts Malcom and ax ho talked It Is that the Holy Spirit WIIH pros emit lu that little room In wonderful power ax he always Is after n tempta tion and an overcoming Wo shall have to build this church without outside help You know what my views are about raising money by means of airs and suppers I think tim Lords ill show us a better way We lire all poor together I do not need to say that I am willing to share this 1111whllhIlls which lass for Its habitation the throne of human soul This saloon Malcom paused and In the sllojicu cv one could hear through the thin wall the noise In the other rootuthis saloon represents a destructive force that wo as n church must by Gods grace overcome How much do we value the church Arc we ready tc sacrifice to go without some necessl ties even to build up the kingdom and destroy the works of the devil If wo 11 proposc three chccrtf are we can overcome We can build our church ami grow Into n power Let us believe In the power of the Splr It and go on In IsIs might luring the weeks ami months that followed Miilcom hind great encourage ment In hits plans for building lie boldly went to several of the business men In Conrad men who were not church members and asked them to help They did so and In many cases ensue to blm before ho went to them antI volunteered assistance The spirit of prayer pervaded tho entire church Before spring almost enough money had been ml sod to build a larger struc turo than the one that had been burned Before that time however tho tests perance agitation had grown Into a IIgreat title of feeling In Conrad Dorothy never forgot the evening Malcom came In and with a glow In his face that transformed exclaimed A telegram Just received says the legislature today by the necessary two thirds vote passed tho resolution to submit n prohibitory amendment to the constitution I never cheered for the legislature before but I propose three cheers three times three right away Out on the main street that night the temperance people built an Immense bonfire The band came out nail play ed and there were speeches and tern poranco songs One of the best speech es was by Malcom Kirk He called at tentlon during It to the fact that the battle hind only Just begun that there were nearly two years yet before the people would be called on to vote on the amendment All the time he was speaking he was conscious that outside the enthusiastic circle of temperance and Christian people was tho whisky clement sullen angry surprised at the action of the legislature venomous Just to stir Itself for the two years struggle It seemed to Malcom that he could overt that night prophesy lu some degree the satanic character of the conflict that made Conrail one of the fiercest centers of the tight Hut he was right In saying that tho battle hall only just begun by the act of tho legislature The weeks anti months that followed witnessed souse wonderful scenes In Conrad Now the women of Conrad began to show their power as they had already been a eon stant Influence for years Dorothy suddenly assumed a place she once would never have dared to take Tho women In all tho other churches recognizing lair ability came to her and Insisted that she take the presidency of the Womans Christian Temperance union that had been or gaulzed u short time before Shu did so at IIrst with fear and trembling then with a brave Joyous confidence that amazed her and her husband but tho Lord was leading tier The time passed arid the election day drew near Night after night be fore that eventful tiny when the people of the state were to vote on the ques IItloll of saloon or no saloon III their commonwealth the womans union held street prayer meetings In front of the aloouB Dorothy worked lid urajcd incessantly liar grout beauty spirit ualized by her suffering hind wonder ful Influence Many a young ranchman went away from those prayer meetings vowing to vote for the amendment The saloon men would come to thai doors of their places and eye the groups of kneeling mothers and wives sullen amazement They hail cause fear for their unholy tratllc when the women of the state were thus ou their knees calling on God and heaven to help the cause of home and native landThe afternoon of that election day Malcom was suddenly called out to The Forks to see Philip Itnrton lie had been steadily falling during those two years anti Mrs Itarton sent for Kirk In haste nail he went supposing It might be for the last time It was after dark before he canio back to Conrad Philip Itarton had died that afternoon unconscious nt hist of the prayer that Malcom had offered by the side of his heartbroken mother God of mercy cried Malcom as ho entered the street that night grant that this days work In our state hits killed the power of this enemy that has killed this boy and broken this moth ers life OlllImen cud women The Christian Tons perance union had heels at work till day It had served n free lunch to till the voters and now was holding a prayer meeting In front of Valmers place The crowd filled the wide street and overflowed the broad sidewalks Free whisky had flowed all day The crowd was full of users who had Poems drink log and they were now lu n condition to quarrel Dorothy was kneeling In the center of the women Malcom forced his way up to the edge of the sidewalk In front of the saloon lIe had never loved Isis wife aa he loved her now lIce face was glorified by the Spirits work with in He was conscious of an unusual disturbance behind him coming from the saloon There were shouts and oaths and a pistol shot Hut still he continued to gaze nt Dorothy who as calmly as If In her own room kneeled there while the confusion In front of the saloon Increased And never again In all his life will Malcom Kirk feel the satanic venom he felt that night III the rum power which on that eventful day faced the prayers and the homes of the women of Kansas ITO n Xid YIJ ju j t RELIGIOUS THOUGHT Gem Gleaned Front the Teachings of All Denomination We shan not really live until we live again Rev Dr George II Hepworth Congngatlonallst New York win Nothing can take the place of a reso lute wtllitov Dr John T M John ston Baptist St Louis Evolution Life comes out of deaths progress comes out of suffering Rev R F Coyle Presbyterian Denver The Volilenl Victory To be willing to suffer defeat rather than to win unworthy victory Is Itself the noblest victory Rev Dr J L Jackson Baptist Chicago Drit For Thl World Religion Is the best philosophy and the best morals and the best Instru ment for time merely Rev Dr J C Armstrong Haptlst St Louis How to Iletnln Favor Nations as wen as Individuals retain the favor of the skies only as they do the will of the Infinite Rev Dr Polo mils II Swift Methodist Chicago Do Your 1nrt If we make tho church of Christ manifestly worth loving the people will not fall to love hlrHe Dr S B Warner Methodist St Louis Honor In All Stattoni A bootblack who does his duty la as honorable as the governor of the state and being honorable afford to re ilce Rev J C Solomon Baptist At santa The Only Saying Power Righteousness Is the only thing which can save the nation the state thai church or the Individual from failure Professor John W Wetzel Congrega tlonallst Yale University Earnest Clllicnihlp God give us a citizenship that shall be trumpet tongued for the right until the powers that be lire supplanted by the powers that ought to lIeHe C J Hall Peoples Tabernacle Denver Unchangeable Religion The thought of no century Is final and each century brlugs different Ideas and Interpretations but religion as an active principle Is always the same Rev Charles W Hyrd Methodist At lanta The Fountain Head of Wisdom Man with all his learning has not got beyond the BIble All our Ideas of progress with alt the forward looking spirit of modern Christendom ure duo to the Hlble Rev II P Aston Rap list Philadelphia Holy Lives It may not be ours to utter convinc ing arguments but it may be ours to live holy lives It may not bo ours to be subtle and learned anti logical but It nmy bo ours to be noble and sweet and pure Dean Farrar Anglican Church Canterbury England Dlfflcnltln Iet us all learn to thank God for tilt ficulties They are a part of our disci pline Canaan lies on the other side of Red seas and the Jordan We need not cross either of them till wo come to them Rev Dr Theodore L Cuyler Presbyterian Brooklyn Why We Are Here You are not put into life for a mls slon or to do great things You nud I are put Into life to he made men and women to do tho things that God puts Into our hands to do be they great or be they lltUeRev Dr Lymau Abbott Coog re rationalist Brooklyn 1901ITHE CITIZENBEREA KYSEPTEMBER 26 0 TEMPERANCE 250000 OCCASIONS TO nut JIIIKC this rather that no mm FALLI o brotlign way n utiuiit rig hInd or tiCfullrnul To those who observe current facts and take time to see their significance it is certainly obvious that thing have themselves a bad way as Jo immdiato progress of tho gospel in this laud or its diffusion among the socallcd hiiitluMi lands Tho true friends of Christianity and of human ity deplore the state of things th uncniiiHu tho religion of Christ ro proacli us with it An infidel lately MNitlThe Christian nations of today propose to convert tho heathen with the jingo gospel of whiskey and gunpowder Our attention is to day turned to this mutter by tho following brief paragraph from a secular paper whoso editor seems somewhat uwuko to tho significance of palpable fnctRat least of the fact to which he refers A ship that lands in Africa to put ashore two missionaries and sixty thousand gallons of rum carries hell there and not the gospel- A recent issue of the New York Tribune as The Rev J A Eby of Gnensburg Ienn on a recent Sunday appointed six men to count the number of men entering tho six saloons of the town during our hour The aggregate number was found to be lfitt w ile only 7iJ7 nine attend ed the Sunday services of the twelve churches Mr Eby thinks that there is a morelconcealed somewhere in these figur- esII not sure that 1 know the moral Brother Eliy thinks to be concealed sonunUiere in these fig ures they convey several but it is certain as figures do not lit Unit the show the saloon to be receiving a larger patronage two to one than that other institution of the church culled the pulpit The saloon on Sunday even more if possible than on other days is an occasion to fall away from attendance in Gods house Irom cars about sncred things from serious concern about their own or others titivaioti Thal oti is tin lire ulior mmtetauiig and old alike hear coiirsfj vulgar irreverent speech about the church the Bible the min bit ry and the serviceof God A mo 1 serious feature of the case is that the church has no adequate conception of the situation or per lisps worse stilt if it has such ton ception il has no adequate concern il implHilli still 1 have heart a minister Miuintiile tliien that moral reforms are no concern of the church hut have nut heard or known one to say to his PIOpltwhcu deplor ug Zion desolation Breth ren it seems undeniable that while our pulpits are saving one our saloons are destroying two Are we not guilty of the foolishness ofserving two masters that an M H diametrically opposed as an God mind mammon t Did not the biased Christ xay that yo cannot serve i wo such masters Lo our 250000 ill1iiI I and law protected stumbling blocks we help to keep going in our land art hindering the work uo are trying to do in our church and destroying the souls we ai + trying tu sace A It Miller LI1 REPORTERS CORRESPONDENTS or RITERS Wantcil Mverywhre Stories WHVH ideas IMHMIIH illiitratedurtieles ad vane news miring photographs y pnrchasodArtidlicatiiin Mnrks published Sena for pnriicidais mid full information be lore N iiiliii artiilc- Thf Rolleiln Pies Assodallon New Yorkj Rockcastfe County Conuiiy Mrs H M Lutes iN on the sick list this week Mr Walder anti Miss Bertie Gadd visited friends on Clear Creek taut week Mr and Mrs C C Martin attend SundayeW C Ogg of Disputauta has sold a largo stork of goods to Geo Perky Mr Saudusky of Kansas Citywho has been visiting his daughter and son iii inw Mr and Mrs C M See has returned home Egbert Gadd sold to the firm of Smith C Jones a tins boundary of white oak timber on Clear Creek last week Clay County Bright Shade Frank Wagers of this place visited friends iu Manchester last week Miss Nancy Smith went to Kuox dounty n few days ago loon hillsof Knox county was hero Tuesday Farmers are nearly done saving fodder Mrs Francis Smith visited friends at Ogle Thursday Malcom Smith has been ill recently Marconi Smith of this place will commence u singiug school near Flat Licksoon Dorn Smith will spend next week at Goose RockIWolfe County Cain t0II Hon Charlie Sublet of Salyerville Ky the Democratic candidate for State Senator from the 34th District was among his many friends hereon the 18th null IUh Mr 1 B Veck and family of Lin coln Co are visiting friends and relations here Henry Madox was sentenced for one year to the Penitentiary for shooting with intent to kill Boys this tia warning not to carry pistols We are sorry to soy that IriHoward Fulks is very low at this writing Rev J W Drain preaches at Tol iver Congregational Church on the first Sunday of each mouth mid the second Sunday at Bethel Congrega tiollnl Church I Jackson County Kirby Knob The Sunday Schools are all grow lug in interest and uttendl1l1loI Cassius Van I 0k Grove church Saturday evening and Sunday morning Quito a crowd went from hero to tho association at Bhinton Flat and several others are planning to at tend at Pauola Mrs Dinah Mansfield and family of Madison county are visiting her sister Mrs Isaac Dean Mrs C A Smith has gone to New York to take her vacation Mr Cassius Van Winkle has been holding a series of meetings at Cave SpringsThe election was conduct ed in a comparatively quite manner It isaid that Mr Falkuor was nominated although Mr Ramsey got the majority iu this COUllt VIMiss Chinn Hudson is very sick of typhoid fever Rev Mackintosh will preach at Ok Grove next Thursday evening I SHOES FOR Correspondence MEN LADIESCHILDREN Of the Best Quality at Popular Prices DRY GOODS Staple and Fancy Lowest Prices Consistent with Quality FURNITURE tnJlftfdi Breathitt County Athol Born to Mr and Mrs Frank Wil der a tine girl Elihu Reynolds who lilts beet visiting his house in Owsley Co ro turned to his business Curtis Jolt is in possession of two line Ahbpherd dogs whice he calls Floss and Beckham There was a gathering of the young folks for a beaustringinir at Mrs Boon Crawfords the other night Tho weather is somewhat cooler than it was a few days ago Early frost is predicted Mr Horton of Clark county is it these parts buying cattle but the price is ranging rather low S J Crawford our clover timer chart of this place is having a new elevator erected extending from the river to the railroad near tho depot to bring up railroad ties Mrs Elisabeth Jett has just returned from a visit to her daughter Mrs Brock Herald of Herald Ky Time funeral of Morton Jett whose old hone is near this place and who died on the Ulh of last May will be held on tine fourth Sunday in August next near the old homestead The services will be conducted by Revs 0 Shoemaker of Georgetown Ky AWE f PLANT THEISEED FOR THE WIDE WIDE Bicknell Early 00 YEARS- EXPERIENCE I I TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS ieAnyone trading a ikrtrh and T qalckl aeirtan our upineon free whether IUI eommuntcattontfCt7tnnddent paltntarmtrntatfttiat nutlet without charge lft the Scientific American A rmndtnmelr Illnitntpd wreklr Itraeat rlrnilatlon nf any nclennoe Journal Torma W aotdbyansdalgttMUNN Branch educe CS V BU Wublngiun 110 Guaranteed Salary WORLD I 900 Yearly Men and women of goal aililresn to rei reent Uome bi travel uppolnllux agent other for local work looking alter our InlvrvoU 8UIIU salary guarantee i yearly extra commlMloni mid ezheuee raplil wlrancvment old eftaUl hnl house Clranil clmnce fur eiirncit roan or wotrtnn to Htcuro iileMMint hrnnauentoIllun and liber Income New brlllUnt lines Write at once HTAFFOIUI 1lLtSj 13 iilinrrh SI Nw llntrn l onoe as THE HOME ALWAYS A CHRISTIAN After preaching a revival sermon 1 asked those whowoiild like to public ly confess Christ to raise their hands A youug hiliulIll n small girl re sponded Many worn interested in the young lads but the little girl was passed by She showed deep inter est I called her to my side mind till following conversation took place Daughter would you like to con less Christ toot Yes sir How old are ouT I am seven years old And are you a Christian I Why yes Itun a Christian How long have you been a Christ tian T Why 1 have always been a Chris tian Was not the child right She had burn brought up in a Christian home by a consecrated Christian mother By precept and example she had been taught till truths of Christian ity and the plat of salvation SIlt saver knew anything else While still saved hrcaiiso of her childhood mind innocency and before reaching till ago of personal nMJmmsiLliIityslit mind learned to love Christ anti to have a With in him We insist 1thave always been a Christian It takes some of us long to learn that a period of sin and actual sinful I ness is not a ninvsoity Wo intmit the innocent child is in a saved state But we seem to think that then it must be lost for II time before it can he Hared through faith in Christ We do not believe this is till Saviors 111111 We ought to teach the child that it may accept Christ by faith before it huts reached the age of accountability anti so bo always a Christian Many of us soom to go on the pre sumption that a child cannot under stand the plan of salvation that it cannot know when it is saved that it tae not know what it is daunt We forget that the Holy Spirit can make Himself understood to ell classes of people and in all languages He understands tho child language and tho child heart III can give just as clear assurance of salva tion to the child as the most learned of men If greater efforts were made for the conversion of the young children the churchw ouadsawn be cotter and stronger Sin would not lave its peculiar fascination The Chris tutu life would lx natural to the church memlMrship Backsliding would be almost unknown We would then gut an entire life for God and right a life reaching fiotn birth to coronation in place of hilt a small K rtiou of that life The church nerds a crusade for thin ingathering or the children Its ideal ought to IMS always a Christian Rev Frank Lenig Delicious Coffee Cake Tho secret of a delicious coffeecake is in the preparation of the fill ing The layers umy IMI made of any simple cup or white cake recipe but the housekeeper who tries Mrs Lin coins mocha cream tilling will ho apt to repent the experiment Tie two large tablespoon nils of finely ground coffee ic a cheesecloth put in tho pot pour over it three quarters of a cup of boiling water and simmer for tOil minutes Set away from the fire to settle Reserve ono lunge tll- hltHpoonful of this coffee for frosting put the remainder in a cup and add three quarters of a cup of milk Place in a boiler Thicken with two tablespoonfuls of Hour add three quarters of a cup of sugar pinch of salt and pour over one well bea ten ego For frosting stir confection ers sugar into the1 lookspoonful of coffee until of proper consistency t No More Vermin and its Attending Evils Our Peerless pOllltrnUll Animal FuuuVatof will itinlly rid fowls uud- nniutasof lice nits mites and germs of every kind It is worth many times its price Costa but little No trouble to use Lasts for yearsBig to Agents B CODDINdTON Co Bcrca 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 THE SCHOOL KillttM lit J WPIinmoru limn 1 me Nor mal l Mrlnu nt rvn Collcxn SOMETHING PRACTICAL- A cant Phrase is often glibly used Id express n grout many indefinite things Perhaps there is none more frequently upon the lips of teachers than something practical When naked what they desire in a textbook a lecture or an educational journal and they have no welldelined idea of whet they want it sounds well it sounds experienced it sounds this criminating to answer something practical Now when a teacher con stantly makes this special demand for assistance in her work it iH no injus tice to say that she wants something she can plltUIOIl the hlacklioard in live minutes for immediate use even if it be cut nud drtlrt and juiceless Thus the educational talker who can i give a recipe that eau bo eoneth teal nt once is practical the author who will tell how to teach rending word by word or line by line on schedule time is practical the ducational journal that will give till larger share of its pages to drawings diagrams devices pujies games and thread Inure sent work which can be tlourd ullllllirUII itself is practical The lecture time lxxk the journal that dos not come down to this plane of educational living a thing without mulch thinking in it is denounced UK tint practical indelinite laid over their heads Now it iH n severe commentary 011 the teachers who loftily tllllOUIUUi and demand niter this fit the best the truest suit most origi Cal teachers lire newer found in their milks These superior teachers live in quite another sphere They rend different books they are searching independently for truth they sub script for another kind educational paper occupy higher Ksitions mind receive larger salaries The Ixst help for the teacher is very mush like the Ixst help for till child t ijhrlp the only help that gives genuine growth and self nlil cure Ihway out of ninny entan glements in the school room lies illI the careful Htllllof certain funda mental truths and their application schoolroom needs nnd in learning liy till exM rience of others who hnv- nIsrh trite in till lire and emerged i bright and shining These truths and these exM rienc s do not make sensational chapters in hooks or in tho pnges tluclltiollullIlltrllj they do not catch till eye of time surface teacher who by long practice has lx 111111Inerof prepared dishes that can he lInll1 ed over anti served on tutu instant If these tai lacking the liooks and school journals lire not adapted to their needs Will such teachers over stop a moment and rememlxr that the choicest treasure trove ill the material world whether in ocean or mine dots not tin on thin surface lint has to IM digged delved and dived forl Pebbles not pearlH can lej gathered on the shorn Nolxxly do nhrl the place and the need of the i practical in the teaching BUt training of the children Wn live in n pnicti cal world and u practical age and our children must have u pnIcliealaluca tion The question is not whether we j want practical touching hilt What tx practical PimuiiY UDUIATION vANTnUapablereliable INTMHI in every ODiinljr lu rcpifx it Ixrgentpaity ofmlld nllllIl etil riiiitnllini few Mara IT yutr Nijriilile wivkljr H wriUy utmolutvly Olll and nil ex Kii wlralghl IMIIIII flili1 ileflnlle glary no ioin mlMHiln Mltry alil iitrli SHtnnUy HIU ixiHiinv motley Hirnnce t iwh Wivk hTANDAIlll IIOLSr ni IICAKiuiRSST CIIICAUO THE FARM Killlwl II e MAMiNrnir MTi l limn rulliirr HirrH Ilvlleic IROTATION OF CROPS While there are sumo crops like onions lull Lima beans that seem to do as well or better by being grown continuously on t hHIIIIIO land year lifter year the systematic rotation of crops is as a nilas important in the i garden as on the farm While no ex cretory process has been discovered in plant lift it is nevertheless true that though kept supplied with till needed plant food plants of must kinds will tint continue to give the Ixnt results year miller year on the same land They seem averse to fettling on the refuse of their own growth that inevitably accumulates from the harvesting of the crop Then too the different crops re quirt the elements of plant fOot in varying i lO tot tiohN Some require larger proportions of potash in tent parisou to the nitrogen than others and we can make our fertiliiition more econo nieiil IIII rotation tor tutu potash is not going to leave us like the nitrogen dms and we cue take advantage of Ibis to some extent in the following crop Soils tiller limit in their capacity for retaining ma Cures Clay soils have It much great er jHiwer for absorbing and ittinning plant fast than sandy suits This is tae to the fact that Cloy rather le lords the dcconi usitioti of manures while the decimpiisiljou in there rap id in a sandy soil InloHs the sandy soil is immediately underlaid ItU retentive clay subsoil its lower gilt sorptive power will cause it inure rap idly to part with tutu plant food by leaching It will 1m found therefore to IM much more important to keep up rnphlllllilrtglllllr rotation off DM mi thou sandy soils which trout their na tutu ere best adapted tu early egeta his crom than on a nutyslut s lute the exM riments lit Itullmtnstcd Lore shown that a crop like whent may lit continuously grown on n clay 11 without deterioration tho fact hits IHOII well settled by experience that with most truck crops a change of soil is of vital iiiinirtuneo We very much doubt that in our climate here is naysoil that would give the ame results that were obtained in the moist climate of England Dr A Oomler of Georgia in urn valuable Uxik Truck Farniiug at the South gives the following points on n rotation of cages that we liearli lytlpproeu First To have a crop which sue lIIIIlIothur as distiiniliir in coiiqn sition and the demands It makes up on the soil as possible Second acv er to have plants of the taiuu family succeed etch other for instance melons should nut follow cmiimlxTn tomatoes should not follow egg plants or Irish M tatocs beans should nut succor pun or vice remit Third Tuberous plants should not 1 km allow ed to follow plants of the sumo char utter Fourth Riwt should not HIIC cet d to root crops IM turnips lvctn eto Fifth Deep or tap routed plniits should not succeed others of similar growth Sixth To make the heaviest applications of manure to arch crops us requite must ay clib imago onions etc nud lu have other crops succeed these rvquirihgless as tomatoes egg plants etc no that the whole farm may lw gradually brought to the name degree of fertility As has been frequently noticed by practical gardeners there is often its much earl lot a rotation of manures as of crops A piece of land that has been continuously dressed With stable manure will he benefited hII change to commercial fertihers antrare rer n Trucking in the South BEREA COLLEGE Found 1BSS ed I Places the Best Education in Reach of All Over tO Teachers HOO Students from UO States Largest College Library In Kentucky NO SALOONS Trade Schools Carpentry Printing Housework Nursing two years Model SchoolM General Education mid fitting for advanced courses For those njlctenlly tiilvnnceil to yet t tetichcr cvrttflcate Applied Science Two years course with Agriculture for young men and Domestic Science for young ladies Normal Courxo Two years with practice teaching Academy Course Four 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