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Rev JON With HiroH1 Staff FSdrrdd tM Hslofee w II 1014 III A Family Paper HKIIKA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY OCTOBER 31901 Fifty cents a year NO Hi n JIImASVlmt makes lira dreary ill want of motive George Idiot Tliu peril of this ago iH not a Galii despised but a God displaced God forsaken but a God forgotten t not a God rejected hut it God neg lected Bishop Galloway M E Church South Tln ro no gain witlinut giving Deal with till mmrchists us tho Molly Mnguiros Wl ro lush with ill Ieiinsylviuiiu several years ago Now romls lire seldom smooth PROM THE WIDE WORLD Mt Vesuvius is in eruption Steel sleepers will lw manufactured near St Petersburg for Russian mil roads Tho Sultan of Turkey is retried as seriously III Company O Ninth Infantry on InlIIIIOlltwere re maining t ronty tour worn wniindisl Tim insurgents 11I11I1nl1nil of thrill ii but trelvo lull allof lln am munition and supplies IN OUR OWN COUNTRY IroMilont oosovet hud for his guest at time White Houit Sunday evening Booker T Washington with whom he diHciiswd the rare question in tilt South with reference to till Hilitical division Ono of the sentries guarding till vault at Canton where till Presidents body is lying wax ultiiclm Sunday night by two men Ho tiredIon out but way knocked down by this con fed erate It is thought thorn was a plot dynamite tho vault John G Woolloy has started on u World tomiMnimo tour Loon CzolgON tho iiNMiHshi of President JlcKfnloywll Thnrwlity afUiruoon Jut sentenced by Judgii 1vh its of tho New York Supremo Cliirt in Huiriilo to lo electrocuted in Auburn Suite Prison during till weok Inginning Oct AS 1JH- ITho casket of Abraham Lincoln was opened last Thursday for the- O lust tune and laid away rinanontly Caleb Harvoy of LaPorto Ind an aged and wealthy citizen dial hint Thursday of grief c ver thin assassina tion of President McKinloy President Roosevelt is disappoint lug tho calamity howlers by showing good common sense and not making radical changes in tits Cabinet Thu Postmaster General has decid ed not to isutto stamps for general list in commemoration of the late Prthident 11cKhdtsy- COHONWEALTR OP KENTUCKY Tho President will trot remove Col lector Sapp until after tho November elections An oil well in Wayne Co which huts boon yoildiug gallons a day has suddenly doubled its capacity Tho post ollico at Adairville was hurglariod last week The robbers secured between four and live hun droll dollars in Mousy besides stamps clueAt Kentucky Conference of tho M E Church hold at Ashland last weok tho Presiding Elder of Ashland District reported sorts than one thousand conversions on the district during this pant conference year Teachers desiring State certificates can tako examination at Frankfurt next Friday mud Saturday Kov Burris A Jenkins was lust Thursday installed President of Kentucky University Lexington Last Sunday the project of a now f YM C A building for Lexington was presented iu all the churches of that city Mr Gordon of Cleveland was thorn ami President Frost of Berea went to speak in thin Upper Street Baptist Church A large Baptist Association was hold last week at Panola Curtain f preachers who claim to net Pope for their denomination refused lo in 4vile representatives iron Hi n a to speak as tins been customary hut the Association voted that the Borea ftoglIizlelnlllllrollolHhippll1 i UlIlTTHE CITIZEN A Choice Between Three Courses First the Applied Science Course it is the best course for most young people It contains the most practical sciences and thl history and other studies that make good citizens For the young men in this course there are studies in the use of tools Botany which means the growth of plants Gardening Care of Stock Farm Management and other things that make successful fanners For the young women tlure arc courses in Sewing DrcMnmking Gardening Cooking Caro of the Sick and other things that make a housekeeper livery family ought to have at host one son or daugh ter taking this course in Applied Science IlllST rEtlitpplkl SrUnrr CcurrPAt I Horticulture ilMnlrntriKl Pour n wrfk- Kngllnh ilrmmimr ntiil IetUT Vrltlnn DmwhiK WI wm Firm Munaiirinriit or awmm H4wliia 6 NUll ltl ni lli lirogrHby llrawliwa hHkutg6SrtiiFaIhwkkw plug SIII M IGAII ihyrk4agyllHys =ryr armAgricnlturr6 Jiivi ry Illtintt4 nlWlotUtlty aHFHrln ManFin 11- hn 11I1IoMIy For iri MiMtol1 ttollntll Ir umaklltg IIi r RrHIN4 II i mhlI III lur frrrt R3 J iil inn lltr I PTTRNIITTRESecond JPtJA n NEW LYCEUM COURSE That tho renders of Tile CITIZEN may know that a Lyceum Courso is being provided for tho people of Be roll and vicinity as in recent years the names nUll dates of entertainers are given thus early in the year It will bo observed that four of the lire come during the winter term and tho other very early in the spring term All but ono are now to this place and no apology is needed for opening the course with charming an enter tainer as Mrs Beecher Nights Intro bent secured which do not conflict with other important gatherings It is hoped that our friends will avoid making other appointments for these dates Tho following is the schedule Sat Dec HlIrA Isabel Garghill Beecher Sat Jan lllion Wm II San slurs Mon Fob toMiss Katharine Eggleslon Well Fob 20 Reno B Wolbourn Sat Mar 22Ralph Parlotto Tho first of the above though not in pi rfcct voice when hero before was adjudged our of time most entertain ing readers who over visited Berea The second is recommended as giving a lecture full of grand thoughts and delivered with wonderful elo- queuco The third is a reader who captivates her audiences wherever she goes The fourth has gained a national reputation for his discoveries in trite less telegraphy and his popular illustration of it Thu fifth is a humorist of humorists His lectures contain nuggets of tho solid gold of practical wisdom but they sparkle with wit and run and satireSingle admission to each enter tainment Uf cents sensors tickets 100 Children under 12 years 15 cents and GO cents L V DODGE Election of School Trustee Au election white to fill the va cancy of school trustee which will result from tho expiration of the chair mans tuna of oilico on the 30th day of Juno 11102 will be hold in tho District School house from p m till 6 p III on Saturday Oct f 1JOl At tho same time and place the Trustees will Levy a District Tax of 5 cents on each One Hundred Dollars worth of taxable property of whites in time din trict and a poll tax of 25 cents on each white male inhabitant twentyone years of ago and older to bo expend ed for repairing School property Repair That Loom Homespun is coming into fashion again and our girls should 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 We can pay for wollwoven linen 10 cents a yard jeans 00 cents linsey fiO cents wellmatched bed coverlets fl to G Patent dyes not accepted oldfashioned indigo preferred For information address JOSEPHINE A ROBINSON Homespun Exchange Boron Ky FOR SALE aa- mTwo Fine- Kitchen Cabinets 12 EAC- HCOLLEGEAt SHOP A handfull of glasses will not hOlp your oyoslght If you woar thorn all unless yours vision has boon properly tostod and tho right Ions fitted That Is just whoro tho skill of an optlclancomos to your aid If tost your oyos you will be themi T A ROBINSON Welch Block Berea Ky An Independent Weekly Devoted to the Interests of THE HOME FARM R SCHOOL 60 CENTS A YEAR CLOTHESDo is the man who is not unproved by goodClothesGood Clothes Cost but little in our Store upGoodOur great stock enables us to fit every form and please every fancy COVINGTON BANKS RICHMOND KENTCUKY T C LOWRY ATTORNEYATLAWRichmond OFFICE BUILDINGMAIN STREET Collections And Real Estate A Specially E B McCOY Dentist Berea Kentucky C I OGG Firstclass Photography Center Street Brea Ky MEAT MARKET I have reopened the Meat Mar ket on Main Street Fresh Meats Dressed Poultry and Vegetables in SeasonM RAMSEY Berea Ky BETTER HOME OFFICE Day Three Years in Richmond And out of all the sots of teeth that have been made at my office if there is ono set or any sets that show any defects I will make new set free We are making tho best set of teeth in the world for S7CO and if delects show in ivo years we give you a new set free This applies to all the tooth have made or am going to make the best alloy fills in tho world at 75 cents DR HOBSON Dentist Permanently in tho Building next door to Gov erument Building Richmond Kentucky Reference Richmond National Bank Special Price to Students IINVESTThe Ideal RESERVEIThan any other company doing business in the State Those seeking honest legitimate investments will receive our most cordial and thoroughattention DR C E SMOOT MgrJCapital Stools 10000IRICHMOND KY FINE FURNITURE SALE It will be to your interest to inspect our stock before your buy We have the goods and will certainly meet your views as to prices Hardwood Oak and Mahogany Bedroom Suites Iron Beds and Couches at special bargain prices during the month Everything in the Furniture Line Great Sale on Carpets and Rugs for Cash Wo invito all our Boroa Friends and all Oitizon subscribers to call and inspect boforo making purchase- sUNDERTAKING A SPEIALTY Phone 73 Night Phone 66 w E E located Hobsor II JO Sr JOPLIN Richmond Ky Ir Fall and Wtnterl IANTICIPATE today our wants and needs for tomorrow iIANTICIPATE in the Fall our wants in Shoes and Furnish ing Goods We have ANTICIPATED your wants and arc ready K to supply them from a large and complete stocK Mons and Boys Shoos Heavy Boots Bootoos Folt and Rubber Boots Undorwoar Nockwoar Socks Gloves Hats Caps Umbrollas Rain Coats i You will find us complete in STYLE QUALITY and PRICE I and will save you money which is the greatest anticipation of all K DOUGLAS CRUTCHER 207 West Main Street RICHMOND S KJ THE CITIZEN A Weekly Newspaper BEREA KENTUCKY LOCAL AND PERSONALII cluuolinHarry Blazer of Scaffold Cane was in our town last tlrIatnotoonoof SaturdafI students is at tho Mr W IV Brockmau tho Stall Secretary of the Student Y M C A was in Borea Saturday and Sunday d Hniumond Tice a former stu dent at Korea arrived Sunday for a visit oolong old friends Allan E Heattyn student at Berea last year spout Friday and Saturday hero B F Galloway and family havi moved into the Royston house ot Center Street Prof Haymond left Saturday foi an extended visit to friends in lack ROil Clay and Laurel Counties A L Kirby has been admitted 10 bail in tho sum of 2500 to upplar at tho next tern of court Miss Charlotte Baker loft Friday for a weeks visit with her sister Mrs Win Dartfavell of Lexington Mrs Helen Cobb of Cleveland was the guest of President and Mrs Frost Saturday and Sunday Our telephone system is Kiting n thorough over hauling and will be it goalworkiugcouditiou in a fol lava Isaac Hardin and Miss Christie Todd were married in Richmond last Thursday Squire Armor ulliciat ingTaylor Abney Scaffold Cano nnighlorliood has purchased time West property oc tho piko south of townA J Elder of tho firm of Johnson C Elder was married at Hichinoud last Thursday to Miss Sallie Burs Squirt Armer otliciating Mr Vat Ryan who used to bo here in the drug business but now of London has recently had a stroke of paralysis but is slowly recovering Tho nlereautilo firm of J C Coyle Ii Co is changed to H R Coylo Rufus Coylo having purchased all interests of tho old firm Mrs Frank Coyle who had to close her school at Wildio last week because of scarlet fever among tim childroii reopened School Monday The election officers for Precinct Xo 10 Berea ureI C Davis Dom and John L Gay Rep Judges T J Oaborne Rep Clerk H C Kin nard Dem Sheriff M J Anderson agent for the Singer Sewing Machine Co at Rich mood came in to see us Saturday and renewed his subscription to TilE CITIZEN Rev Harding It Hogan lato pastor of the Congregational Church Slue bin Wis has entered collego here Mr Hogan will tako specialstudies and will do some outside ministerial work under tho direction of tho Col lege Mr A S Hill and his mother from Croton 0 have settled in Berea and will live in tho house lately occupied by Bro Nixon Mr Hill is hero to take special studios in the Forestry department of tho Applied Science Course The Editor of this paper strongly endorses the action of General Chas H Grosvenor in requiring a cer tain share of tho proceeds from tho sale of his hook to ho sot aside for n McKiiiloy Monument Fund Our readers will seo an advertisement of this book in another column of this paperLouis C Hillman of tho Class of US Ben a and win was married to Miss Stella Matby who graduated in tho HBIHO class is expected horo with his wife on Snturdny Mr lliniuan comes to fill tho position of Instructor in Printing and to take charge of tho Students Job Printing Office W T Reynolds a brother of P M Reynolds of our town who loft this State 22 years ago for Kansas started Sept to visit his Old Ken tucky Homo lie arrived at French burg tho 8thsick of billions fever From there ho was convoyed by hug gy twenty miles to tho homo of his father inlaw in Wolfe Co whore ho lay very ill until tho 21th hero his brother found him and brought him to Boron tho following day MrI Reynolds has nearly recovered health and was able on Saturday IllstIto pay TilE CITIZEN a visit Miss Saucy Tudor spent Sunday iu Richmond visiting friends Bickncll Early are occupying in their business 7550 feet of floor space Mr and Mrs Harry Irathor of Richmond are visiting Mrs Pratheri parents Mr and Mrs Hardiu Golden G G Carnahan of Manchester Clay Co a brother of Prof J W Carnahan arrived Friday and will attend school here this year Bicknoll V Earlys Shoo for Met at 275 is tho same quality and styli sold by dealers generally at 125 Call and examine thorn 1rof1 W Carnahan was hen last week leaving Saturday for New York Chicago ami other cities North Tho Professor will return in Novem her Jack Gilbert who iRahl to ham shot a man by tho name of Webb at Mallory Springs July and who haH boon avoiding arrest since that time was arrested near Borea last Monday by Deputy Sheriffs Tcrrill and Pros ton Judge Lunsfords store on tin Wallaceton Pike about u stile wesl of Borea was broken into Sunday night and several dollars worth of goods were taken Tho parties who did tho stealing have not yet been lo rated Pres Frost as member of the lieu tucky Y M C A Board was called to Lexington last Sunday and spoke in the Upper Street Baptist Church and the Hill Street M E Church Ho also gave an address Moudin morning before tho Chandler Nortna SchoolMrs A T Fish tim Milliner 01 Main St will have her Fall anti Winter Opening on Friday ami Sattir day Oct ant 5 The new styles in Felts Velvets and Silknre very handsome tire Fish extends a cordial invitation to the ladies of Bereaand vicinity to call and ox amino her new stock of goods A convention of the Republican voters of the town of Berea stet on Saturday at 7JW p in to nominati candidates for the municipal ollicop Tho meeting was called to order bj W It Gabbard Chairman of the district Robt Ramsey was elected permanent chairman mitt Tii Os borne Secretary The following persons were put in nomination For Police Judge John L Gay Marshall Win J Tatum Trustees Josiah Burdetto W R Gabbanl T J Os borne S I11elch Jr J W Step liens There was a general good feeling throughout tho meeting Tin convention also nominated J W Fowler to fill tho vacancy in tin School Board Madison County- Dr D 14Fry std wife of Kirks villo loft last week for Groat Falls MontanaThe Printing Companyof Richmond was incorporated last week Capital stock 5000 W A Burgin of Whitehall a well known had popular man in the county died at his humane Thursday last of typhoid fever Deputy Collector Short went ti Estill County last week anil captor ed a moonshine still with a capacity of 100 gallons a day It is stated that Richmond is tc have the machine shops of the Louisville and Atlantic Railroad Tin shops will employ about 75 skilled mechanicsTomorrow the Republicans ol Waco magisterial district will meet in mass convention at Brassfield ic nominate caudinatos for Magistrate and Constable of the district- It is reported that Dave McCord of near Richmond has found a good quality of oil on his farm It found at a depth of six feet and by cleaning out an old spring Tho trustees of Walters Collegiate Institute Richmond mot and organ ized last Saturday Col J Stone Walkor President It R Burnam Treaauror W It Shackelford Secre tary Tho teachers white of Madison Bounty will hold their fourth meeting it Newby on Saturday Oct 5 A jood program and dinner will bo of fered All teachers and patrons in torcstod are cordially invited to partThe Valley View Argont says that hero are six men in thai section of Madison county whoso combined each tho sum of 51 years They ire as follows Jackson Newby 82 Slljy Hill 85 both of Hockaday C M Clay 01 of Whitehall Billy Hooro 8J of Nowby Joseph Perkins 87 of this placo and Jesse Now by of Baldwin 80 Perkins and Clay aro Mexican war votorans and all bid fair to witness mummy moro axons DEATH IN CHAffi Leon Czolgosz Must Suffer For His Awful Crime WHEELS OP JUSTICE MOVED SWIFTLY Trial Covered n IVrloil of Only Two Day unit t1m PcvoM of enii tloimlUni Kxpcrtft mill noiiiirit Prisoner r uno uml ICciiiuvot to Auburn 111111111II Buffalo Sept 25 Leon K alias Fred Nlcmun was found of murder lu the Brat degree by a ullt1 In Part lit of the supreme having on Sept 0 shut Prctdilcnt Me Klnley the wounds Inflicted after ward resulting In the death of the president Tho wheels of Justice moved swiftly The trial of tho IISHIKHII consumed eight hours and 2C minutes tail coy bred a period of only two days Pruc tlcally nil of this time was occupied by time prosecution In presenting arcase so clear cunchiHlvo that even had the prisoner entered time plea otI Insanity It Is doubtful It tho jurI would have returned a verdict IHfYlII emit from time one rendered Tho an nouncement mantle by tilt attorneys for CzolKiisz that the eminent alienists summoned by time Erie County liar usI Roclatlon and by the district attorney to examine CzolRosz nail to determine lids exact mental condition had de clared him to bo perfectly sane de stroyed the only stage of a defense that Judges Lewis and Titus could have put together lluffalo Sept 27 Czolfiosz tho doomed assassin of 1reslduut MeKln ley was taken from Iluffnlo to Auburn state prison to await death liy electro cotton during tho week commencing Monday Oct 2S Sheriff Caldwoll and 10 men took the prisoner In a special car The train left the New York Con tral station over that road at 1000 p in and reached Auburn at 220 oclock Czolgosz was sneaked out the back entrance of the Erie county Jail surrounded by the 17 men and was hustled Into time special ear which had backed down on the terrace tracks a few rude In the rear of the Jail a minute before When CzolKwz was arrI lId lu court and before tolUIt mv had been IielectrocutlullOct 2S 1U01 the assassin evince a desire to speak but could not gut his voice above a whUper and us words were repeated to the court by his counsel There was no one else but me the prisoner wild In a whisper No one else told me to do It and no one paid me to do It I was not told anything about time crime and I never thought anything about that tin tip a couple of days before I commit 1tell the crime- IN CONDEMNED ROW Assassin Czolgosz Now Awaits Death by Electrocution Auburn N Y Sept SllIu As Fasslii Czolgosz arrived at Auburn prison In custody of Sheriff Culdwoll and 1C deputies of Krle county there was a crowd assembled of about 2iQ IIther for fear of the ciowd which was not very demonstrative or from sight of the prison Czolgoszi legs rare out and two deputy sheriffs were compelled to practically carry the man Into the prison Inside the gate his condition became worse and ho was dragged up the stairs and Into tho main hall Ho was placed In a sitting posture on the bench while the hand cuffs wore being removed huh he fell over and moaned and groaned evlllI ing the most abject terror The pris on physician says tho assassin s fright and terror were a sham Czolgosz now occupies a cell In the condemned row Fatal Explosion of Gas Newark N J Sept 27fly the ex plosion of an oil tank of the Kssux Hudson Gas company six mea wero killed and seven Injured tie known dead are Lawrence Kirch employed in the works William Meyer Otto Newman foreman at the works Alfred Snyder Jersey City Nicholas Miller unldentllled man Many wit nesses say there Is a body In tho river as they saw It hurled high In tho air and thrown In that direction The tank which exploded was one of a number of Immense steel reservoirs which was undergoing Its periodical cleanings Philadelphia Fire Philadelphia Sept 28 The rear portion of the 7story building extend ing from Nos G29 and D32 Arch street back to Cherry street and which Is owned by Paxton Comfort Com pany manufacturers of general sup plies was considerably damaged by ire The other occupants of the build Ing besides Paxson Comfort Corn pany are the Oxford book bindery Jo seph Potter Son straw goods and F W Mauerer Sons manufacturers of upholsterers materials The loss Is estimated at 175000 and Is dis trlbuted among tho four occupants ot the building The Insurance will cover fjtho loss Columbias Victory Now York Sept 30An anxious but determined lot of yachtsmen gath IIered at the New York Yacht club for another talk over tho exciting race of Saturday when tho Columbia won the tlrst contest for tho Americas cup by only 81 seconds Including 4G seconds tine allowance Tho chances of tho Columbia In her noxt race with rile Shamrock II on Tues day were also discussed as was the dread question of the prospects of the famous cup at last returning from whence it came after being In Amen can hands k brief mouth over halt salary im mKi IIY IIMPIXOS- Coinpiiny of American Soldier All Hut 1t Ipeil Out Manilla Sept 30A dlHiistrous light III1IIIIIIIIItllof Sanmr near HalaiiKlga A largo Inbody of lutmrgcntu attacked Company C Ninth Infantry only 21 members of the company escaping All the others are reported to have been kill ed The company were at breakfast when attacked and made a determined resistance limit the overwhelming num hers of the Insurgents compelled them to retreat Of the survivors who have arrived at Ilnsoy eleven are wouiideil According to the latest returns the strength of the company was 72 The survivors Include Captain Thomas W Council First Lieutenant Kdwiird A llumpus and Dr It H irlswold sur geon Captain Kdwln V llookmlller of the Ninth Infantry reports IhtI Jeniral Hughes Is assembling a force to attack the insurgents The InllulI gents captured till the stores and lunII munition of the all and all the except t WIlItIIItlCaptain lawrence J llenrn of time TwcntyMrst Infantry retorts a severe engagement with Insurgent near CROI delarla the American lolng one killed null two wounded Tile Incur gent loss has not been certnlntd The American captured 30000 pound rice and several hundred rounds of ammunition Down an Embankment Omaha Sept 2Sl1w through pas setiKer train from St Louis to Omaha on the Walmsh was wrecked seven miles from Council Illuu The eutlr train consisting of mall und baggage cars two day conche n chair cur Rod Iulliimn rolled down an IS foot em bankment and turned bottom side up the engine alone remaining on the track The engine stopped with the forward trucks on the edge of the bridge over Indian creek The trainI hail nearly 104 pascenger and It secure nlmost a mlraclu that none were killed Thus were perhaps fatally Injured 1C seriously hurt and a score of others received minor brulITime cause of the wreck Is thought bo due to spreading of the rail on the curve where It occurred Another Strike Probable Chicago Sept 26 Another strike of steel workers that may extend to the South Chicago plant of tbe Illinois Steel company is a probability With of the settlement of IAmAlglunntld Association trlke workers have declared their Intention of again abandoning work because of a radical reduction of itbllr wages by tbe company On Olli day the roller were Informed that the tonnage rates on which they worked had Iteen reduced IDAtfirlaUII In some cases being cut to 10 cent The roller are member of the Amalgamated body and W C Davis vice president of the district was sent for to demand the restora tion of tbe scale- Confessed to Double Murder DeSoto Mo Oct William Ooenhlll made n confession to Prose cuting Attorney Wllllnm In which bf ays ids brother Ittiulel l1IlIhll1I killed their sister Mr and her suitor John Meloy The confession says the brothers objected to Meloys attentions to their sister b cause he waa a spendthrift and ed to marry Mrs Uren because she was wealthy On the night of the murder Daniel entered Mrs Urens room according to the confession and found tho wumnn sitting un MeloyH lap In a lit of rage ireenhlll grabbed a hatchet and sank It first Into tho skull of Meloy after which he brained his sister General Dell Retires Washington Oct ilrlgniltor Urn oral J M llell who Will promoted to bo brigadier general about a wouk ago to the vacancy caused by tint death of General Ludlow retired today on account of age It Is ttald at the war department that no successor will be named until Secretary Hoot returns to Washington It Is said that Colonel William M Illsbee of tune Thirteenth Infantry wall to have boon given the post lurid President McKln ley lived lie In n nntlvo of ItluHlu Island and enlisted In the civil war as- a private soldier being brovetted twlco for gallantry A Fatal Affray San Francisco Sept 30A battle between strikers and iMtllcemen occurred In Kearnoy street Seven men are known to have been wounded one probably fatally and It Is thought that several others who escaped arrest wero Injured About fifty tthuU were fired Four special policemen and a recently discharged naval man were made turg tg for a combined assault by a mob of strikers had sympathiz ers numbering according to the doe larations of tho special policemen at least 200 Passing of Judge Wilson Washington Sept 2fi Jeremiah Morrow Wilson principal counsel for Hear Admiral Schley and one of time leading lawyers of Washington died suddenly In his apartment In the Sherman hotel Heart failure super Induced by an attack of acute Indiges tlun coupled with brlghts disease caused his death SadResuftor Quarrel Georgetown 0 Sept SlIolllrr File who lived near the old Grant tannery shot and fatally heat his wife and then shot himself to death Ar File says ho shot and heat her after a quarrel He thou went to the mill where he was employed and killed himself Son of Kruger Dead Pretoria Oct L TJardt Kruger a son of time former president who ro ceutly surrendered to thou ilrltlsb has lust died utter a short lllnsaa SOHMCV IXQHIUV Testimony Olti red by Ollliyrn uIKleel OpITiltlllKllt N Ilu Washington Sept 30hyh Schloy court of inquiry Captain McCallu re sunned UU testimony He entitled that Schteys ImtlleHhlnH dd not got range of the CrlHtulinl Colon when an attempt was made In Slay IMS to destroy It as It lay at anchor In San tiago harbor Shots however front time Spanlnh shore batteries struck American war IIJhlltended n conference of commanders culled on time Brooklyn on May 25 It WB In regard to the work of the blok nde Captain Kvnu said the wltx uess said to Commodore Schley 1UI the Spanish ships coup out will you go In for them Commodore Schlny sold Certainly and arranged for Uhi subdivision of the rive ships If this uf enemy cattle out Witness again eon tended that the weather and sea UIIII dition a on May 2t 27 and S WlrIIas to permit coaling On July r Captain McCalla claimed he stud to Commodore Scale concerning time Commodore utter the battle IIInatetroversy will arise over the ttnlth otII Santiago because there glory enough for us Tide Is the ott quoted phrase which Schley Incorporated Into his report It was admitted that the blockade maintained by Commodoru ItSchley was effective Sehleys Judgment Questioned WBHhlngton Sept 26In court ol Inquiry Admiral Cotton who com mauded the cruiser Harvard at Situ tlngo testified that the blockading Sleet could have been coaled from the Merrlmac on May 27 and that Adml nil Schleys retrograde movement toIi ward Key West was begun before drIcumstance necessitated tkhley reor Ktrted that the weather and sea were IInboisterous to justify an attempt to coal the fleet Counsel for the admiral Intimated that the latter original dispatches to the nary depnrtmeut bad been doctored In the printed report tAdmlNI Evans Testimony Washington Oct IIn the iSchley court of Inquiry Hear Admiral Evan raptaln of the Iowa during the Man tlago campaign Captain Theodore If Jewell commander of the cruiser MIn ueapolls during the Mpanlsb war and Commander James M Miller who in command of the collier Merl t Ilwa were railed to the stand alldIeach gave testlasooy Admiral testlfled the weather wait such on May Iiii and S6 that the vessel could not have been coiled from the collier Merrlmac As to the signal code employed before the battle the Witness said be did not know Commodore Sen ley bad not been apprised of It Admiral Evans also gave a detailed description of the movements of the cruiser Brooklyn during the battle Thirteen Drowned San Antonio Tex Kept 2aNews has been received of a terrible dunes ter that occurred In Presidio county near the Itlo Grande river i3 men who were prospecting for rlnlbar losing their lives In floods csimed by a wat r HK ut or cloudburst ThIItad Wll llum Ikilts GtH rge Hnlton Henry Carter Hernandez Costello Phillip Hum lonltzel Algernon Ithea Cnsper Deutuch man George Alnch Itablel Cnrr The men were In two parties camped ono mile apart In a dry ravine known as Alumlnto creek Severe Doer neverleiIjidysinlth Natal Oct 1The lull Ish success at Fort Ilala Is now known to have been greater than was at liNt reported Two hundre teen were killed sad more than 300 were wounded or rapture General llotbu commanded them attacking force of burghers which numbered 16u0 Ihi Hrltlsh had rue olllcer and eleven omen killed r officers and 38 then wounded and 03 missing Leather Plant Destroyed Grand Knplds Mich Sept ISl1lre broke out ai the drying mind curing building of the Grand Haplds Leather company at Mill Creek four miles north of this city on Grand river and destroyed It and a large stork of cured leather and machinery The toss Is estimated At JiuoOOO partially In thrllItllirate here Fired by a Spark Plymouth Muss Sept 28A spark from a locomotive on the New York New Haven and Hartford railroad started a lure on the property of thin Plymouth Cordage company at North Plymouth which caused a loss of 100000 Must of time loss was on 4000 bales of Manilla hemp Goat Capsized Knlatnazoo lIch Sept 30A tmllhont containing soven persons capsized on West lake eight miles south of the city Mrs Peter Kron dyke P Van Halst and Mice Edith Maud wero drowned The body of Mrs Krondyko was recovered 1901 OCTOBER 1901 SulMolTulWelThlFrilSat 13456789101112 13141616171819 20212223242626 2728293031T = THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON FOURTH QUARTER INTER NATIONAL SERIES OCT Tett if the tI itll iitll I IiuIii n 8lhllrmur imrii Teili Arid vll t r iiiiiniiliir In 11111 o the Iles II M Miurn LojiytlgM liy Ainrilun Ilrw AuwUtUu Out hint tJrllihU IIKMIII nlioweil IH JU b riuiriiii to meet huO tilled wl1hSr thiipler axalli telN how wrought IllllkillC pence lietueen IhnIbrothers mid of Jneiibn altur to Ilud GIM of Uruil at Shifhitii In chapter xlv tin devil N teen Idsurkof dentil chapter afar 11uC Bouta1 IxnrliiK tu Jiiiiil nt llethel where Ito lbon opelliil liiiiven toImd Illilli jeiirs In the vlnliiu uf the ladder mid It II lolls nUn of the dentil of Iwiiu lit the IIKII F IMI yiMw of IllMirnli HebekiiliM illirw Mini ur Itarhil the wife of Jacob Nile gave lilrlli lo llelijiiinln It glee names of JncubH itiilis ullil leiiVeH lillll Hi Neural Mhcre iMuac dleil mid trim burled IllIt lIu I pray lliee and wit limo bntliieii itiinrKln nudliiK IHaiv f tliy unwlMly iiinde II very evident tlmt lured JiiMph amen tliaii ids with Jusphs bra IlnllIIIIIresns IIllr1 them tlmt they elivlwl Ida and Imted him nnd could nut Ink 1IIAIoI tu lillll leases 4 f II All uimUKiHitlmt hits father neu U him frum the home III Ililirull to sec If It In well With hit bretliren mill with the Ilinlii N well fur IU thud we du what in iMfife IU but It N nlm 1lIlltlllIwe ran ii nure lint lniwerr lliluK mny Mettl itxl In WurklnK ant Ills eternal pun uf love uml iinrvy lu llie very UHt way IMJi 1roiti Hrbruii tu Slierlnm nul from Stierhiin tu llutlinli he intli ntly and olmllfiitly mad luvlnely wxiKlit thei only to experience nt tlielr heads their and luunlrruiiH luteiitluii When saw lilm n fur nil even Ufure lut near urtfu thrill they mn plre l Ihlt him to slay him In JIh an IaaP we have n wuolnua Inr the Lard Jeans When He mine Utitu HU own wvklni their Iwsn nut only ill they nut ni lee Him but they picot rutty tiNik i m el tu kill Him Juhii II- xl M lath ill III JJ 1t 1s nut kill him Thu 111 Itiilieii tiU Ideal brother 110Irla to rlil hum out uf their ItamU sal d4ltr bleu tu lili father altsiu fur they wen not all s hard of heart these rriiel iireth nn We may huts tlmt Iliul ii wluixt nanir ulctiitiini lira n Mal ehaplir 1c 32 marciul sae more In Jiwili linn lint others dud but It would only etrrimlly well with him If br MW by shim Him whm Aln1 and Kumh mid NtMh nud tie atrlanhii saw 21 They book him end rant Ida a put and time pit wn einjitj limero sas nu water In It Ily time grace of HIM and r fiHIoi to UN purssw Ju nrtli 111 not ille In the put Trot wss dell enl from It that hi might In dm time trrfurm the pleaaun uf tier lird C iiller 7eh h II Ai fur tlm also by tbe liliMid uf thy nivcimnl bare sent furlh thy prwmrm out uf the pit whet tn is no water However irttat or many may be the trial of tin ritlile Hi y mirtue of the INM uUlili rtxtmiiiMl thee- they shall In ilellverr1 from every evil tlilii sad itrtHu itnl 1r1 In tin dayof the klnitlnm ill Tim Iv 17 1St JS Atoqany uf Uluuaillte ins by Juilah tnsalfrta UU lntere t bljhis brother by s1grallnu that they i i lilm to then Ills lirethrrn were c in lent to brie It nlltt lllercfure Jmelh waliI tag t pif4 of Mlver suit taken to Kcypt How many tlihici In this nail atury are aiutcmtlie uf tin sufferimgs uf Cljrlt They trlpMNl Hlui of rill tnint when they hind crurtlr Htm tluy down end watrtied lung He wu noll for some plpcm of silver Math nvll US 3211 The arrhrr sorely Krlrr him and ahnt at him and hated him PIhit alHHte In strength and thf of ldi limul acre mailr strung by tl haiiiU uf the IllUlity flashtit Jacob tIIin- xlie sa aii Wl Thu clilld la not still I width er abaft I IM 7 Tim sold Hfiitxn when he ndunnsl to the Ill t and found not his brother for they had taken Ida up and him In 1trnbeua aimlire ills brelli rill would lint l apt tu elilUhtrll him pmlMilily lie n well at hl fntlier culitlu u1 III iKiiurnnce nn tu Jo eph s fair Twenty yenrx altar tliU Heiiben ritnlinl e l his bretliren uf their grill and of Mi dexlre to MVO Ida brother chapter xlll 1TJI He did tint nay Ilk1111 Am I my brothers ke per lull hrim n renpuiml blllty fur hls brothers welfare 11 TJ They tiMik JoMplia rest end killed n kid of IIunlM mid dlppeil tint mat In the IIIHM The phrase a klIIr the manta iimken one think how III is 111 lu mimiitloii with an rrl thee null kid of the gents fur a alit iifTerlng alonISun who lor ua rnme n sin offeriiii but He 11111 wllllncly and lu love to nt amid In lure time father Bare Him up to be our air offerlne Ax they bruilKht thin blssl Htnlned amt to tlielr father mnl- said Ihls have we found know now whether It be thy end or no they both told mid acted n terribly He HIOW- IliK tlieiiiBilved for the time lieliiK III tln service of the further of 1s 41 ill1replm is without doubt rent In pita So he liellcvcil and hiM cruel anima let him believe smut lie mourned fur his win ninny days and fur JO yens counteil Mm lend It la trylni enotiKli lo- nee n loved one due but there Is a and roniilation In being privileged to can fur nnd Iny cnrefully sway the precloiH boily To have loved one go out from 11IIlIr pnseue lu health and never wit them iiKiilu In the mortal body but only hear tlmt they In KOIIU way Buffered a violent drain liicxprc nlhly IIInt cruel Indeed must hove been the heartH of sons that could let their father tliun 111I15 And all Ms anima end nil M daiiKh terM rose up to comfort him lout he re fiiHed tn bit comforted Wo do not know how they tried to comfort him limit tin might have said nx Job did MlHernMu comforter are ye nil11uw vain oft tinges are the word of tliiwe who rwilly want to be n comfort but God Is Ih In her of mercleH nnd the fod of nil com fort who comforteth trlbulatlou thati tlioKit who are comforteil can comfort others II Cor II t nil A ulavu In Egypt the property or Potlplmr nn olFicer of Ptmrnoh and tint chief of tint Mecutlnnrrtt But tnnri Kill lii where our IIMSDII proves JncobKl best loved son but fJod In with Ida and we Blinll yet henr Krent timings from hum nnd coiicrrnlnK Mill Ho tit a chosen yes el unto nod nod Oat U dealing lIhIMm in love though It doss not look Uksj It j THE MARKETS HII1HITHI NtlllMAX A 10- IINIISIUTI 011 Wffru Common Jllifi lit ir HiitchurH lr ti 110 SliiiH rH 17ft UVKS r r ciioico root rr 0 LurJu COIllIlIOIIaIIO 00 AJMIM Coinmon IiO II IUIO Fair gMMl light iriu Ii r licking liSJi SHKKI i or Uood tochniio 2fiO II aoo Common to fuir l2ri LAMMS r Good to clioicoHr 0 II IliCommon to uirJOO II I r VllKAT No 2 Ked ltOTtFIOIUI Winter patint 110 Ifl IO fnmyHv 110 limiily 2nr ft lIr IIII 1 liOO II HUAI 110 Timothy W If IIM No 2 Ioro ll IIO 0 ClmfIr HM ii II0 i Will W IOIMTIIY Silrilirli IKr Ih II II 11111 hI1 HIKIII1I4 Turkuy hniw Spring TurkiiyH S Punk JoIIII lrrtlXl IIIlir hJ 17 111m VlMlltisl- No iii S dry wilt 10 Hull r III II Slirup blunt III ro TAIUIW IrlniM city r IIi r1 Cnuiitry r IJI r Wool UnwiiNliid medium combing lit Hi aV llllfd jOllg i m Till Wished 1tTIIIlIIOtlfo iiitirl y white 11 jfray to average t I Duck coli ir ill to 2 lit tr Chicken white nc piiHs IS Tiirkuy Insly ilry Itt Ir A Problem in Ariltimctic Ucnii is not a money making insti tution It yirc the services of nil it tiHtcliiTN It charges only tin inui illMini fen to Imlp my fur sweijiinj and warming thu school nxmis etc Tim llniiiliil fco insures enrn in any niukmtss so thnt you nioMifor in Keren than at home Ami then yon must frr at Keren you hiivn toent oven if yon IIIJIll homo You may iMNirtl yourself umler prujMir regulations Ixxinl in Kermi Ixninl 1111111ilttlllH htmlie ctirefiillr Notice esMciiilly HIIIII fuel inciilentnl fe i ami ono inontirN IxHiril must Im paid III 2 lunl will M cenls moro in tho winter fiO cotitH less in the spring 1 HtnilenlM lielow A Ciriimmar SchXl pay only SIW fnr incidental Academy NtiidentN pay SItM nnd ColIi K Htndents pay SJiTiO I Student in A iramnmraml low lutvti freo teitlKKks- ft StudenlH ItrillJ their own Ind ilinff and towels It If yon tfit nny work to do for tin College yon are paid at the end of each month in credits on suhool expenses 7 They cmit lend you money hut tho Treastier nnd every teneher will yuitr friend- Necessary Hxpenses for Twelve Weeks School Irroon 11 IhllII tin u1 luurli or Illtli lu tliry rliiKiM nil llvlnic IIIHIISW llM to llttlii nlni iiiiinrjr Inr livt iiiiii loko ami otbir lliliiK Hut tbu n v Mry niKiiMi am unlv fit Iowa Topujr lli ldii IInw IIn IA 111 IIHL SihiNil 11IIInlII W HiKpllHl 1 II 111 1- 1itIt1 m tHlilirlr J l 1 Kiiil IIII l Itrnt nl Ijulllll H- IHr t Montlii il 6 Ul 1IylilK iItlintirinI1llFKlntiriiK t Mo IdMhl 4 r IhllIlII III 11 Mil 1I01nl 2 n- IltIII 11011 1IllIn HI IM Tnlnl Kipiii 14 XViilm 17 7 47 7f Knr tlioM iMImv Inoniimr iliiliict the IJ r txHiku Hint II ruin InililiiilHl In HmkliiK llu liiUI iinly a 7J- Whiii lour Kill tiNiin tnuctlnr inrh on rixHii unit KIT iimriMin dnl iiiHklni tin 11- 11111I111IfIIwunl llniniliiHr Kurt M ivntN niori In Winter nnl 0 iriiln Irw In Hjirlnt liTtn- THiiriKHiiiifiir IIIIIIK wllli utoviti ilr mil iiniinlly rcnliil fur nun tuJSa Irrin Tim irliK l a lillf fair Illllv Inn liurk IIr n hUIIIIn I1t 11111 Irrin of niliiuil uhlrli ulll IIIIIK wliuli lift fur Hit li tlrrt t1ItIJIle rtllalili Kr on every county to rririMnl Inrci mill uuy of Millil Ilium- rial rriiilallon ttVi Kalary yiar myal lt irlily SIr ilay ulMiliilcly lInt ami all txnii KlralKlit Ilili ilvllnltu oalary no eoni- liilwliin Hilary jmlil incli Salunlny ami XH nuiiiiy HiKmutil ouli utfk NTANUAItll IIOUUriUI CIIIUAIIO i ClJKSUOFTIlEriilLI HOW THE BEER JUG PFECTS THE YOUNG IN ENGLAND An Aiiiirlcnii VIIMIIIII In mi Iliiur- mid it iiuir Cnnniiii Iurlnlh- llIr1I ii rii lir 1cI Viiiri uf Au TruilliiK ill 1iililh UuiitMM Kllznbeth I lliinliM tin American VIIIMIIII vliii a lniiiliin roniMiimiliiit IIf hhlh1 IIIII Ict on n reeent prumeiitiile In tin vicini ty if Vlflurtii Mtntlon liiiiiliui nil hour Mint a half cuiiuieil wllhlllI tired all miilcr tlie of 12 ami entiling friini till pulillr IHHIXCH xvllli JtiKs stopped a number of thiin- ninl clmtiiil with tinin wlnnlni their eiiiillileiire anil following wiiiii to llielr liuiiiiH liy pnteinlliiK wan In mnreli of a rlmnviMimii In ilii lioiiNielinnliiK- aiul tliiy lillliiK me that their motliem- nr umnilmiitliirH tir Ills Hlnlert illil Hint Kurt lIe work llter llicr llicr Their milieu Ninelliil nf It reekeil with It Many if the elillilren tlieiimelviM KoemiHl wit urfUeil with UxetiiM nic inaain My little IlrlI NtijH yiin want a charwoman Do yon lilloI 1rYIhU from a young wntnan of poilmps US or S with one lnby In her nrina one hniiRliiK to her Ulrt ninl the llttlo tut with the pllelnr nciir r iren llnu a Imre tnlih In till front tiMiin with hrifiil ninl 1lnew IWo for thi snlil tuornlMK tefresliinciii i lint Iri Umiwii leveliwii What tUi yon nirun by nllowhiK beerr nuked UIr fur hIIIMII lInnp lIuII SIIII P T innnin whllo Im lnln lilt OliN work tin not allow mmwprtfl hmkliiK Iwr Hhnrply hi the face Imt am willing to uy i HlilllliiKu n dny fur it 11c liHrwoitmn Tlmi you know HlxitrlHe more tiwn tho nuulnr price Well iiiNnm that lnln mi cnn IIHIIV than in vlli my own Iwr out of the licMrn nlxiMno- No cnniiot nurtv to that ielther- provlile Mr myiHlf IIur nllow my char vuiiinii to provide It nUll hwr ninkcH one tilwpy ami ilanil mill when a serv Milt or chnrwouiflii wvr diirlnj the day ulw lx 8 not lu the Irk no rapidly nml nli MS n to IN to kiUH kliiK- the funiltnre Hliout Hut a II dont want Hiiy one to think klII- Imck Ih4 IHr oil Hcrounl of the price uiy 3 shilling limlenil of II a dny Ilie extra UMnr ivtnctly twice the Hiiuiiint you would ijH ot to juiy for tht Iwer yon know The young woman drew herwelf up nflir placing her Iwliy on the tnlile PUII her hNiidi Nklmlio on IMT hlMi and Mhl You wont cult lOt inanm n fiiM your lluatlon- An walkiil HWHy fevllii nitlMi iinMiniMl over the failure of my attempt at mlMtloiiary work heiinl the womnn Miylnx to n nelghlrar wlio had Jntt ilrtiiMtl In There PHI Ijildjr Unnery Somerwt NP hlie tlHiilKhl didnt reckonlif Vr teiiipraiice laldyiiulp That put me In letter humor and I iHiiBluil myoclf for Iniil never Intii plvcn reoMin to MUM CI that In thu hllshlcNt degree reMMidded that nutcd temperance reformer and lirllllnnt wo man Ijidy Henry Somcnot WHAT RUM DOES tit 110 lflr 11 h 4t- hrrorr lOt Ihllll A lirlcht writer on till stuff of thu New York 1rcxH hUll this to xtiy on thn lliinor cotiKumcr Your cold Holier citizen IIllIIIIIII1II on Molni hlx fellow man Your JiicKtd hrother calculateH on liollilim and IIII usually done The generous tips to waiters conic from till toper therefore he Is iNipulnr In the dining room If not ton many sheets In the wind The guard on the elevated road and the conductor of the surface car receive their supply of cigar from tho toper whoso plat form hoxpltallty Is lavish The toper treats to tho circus tho theater till opera ami makes friends on the Kllghlcht provocation He gives hero and there lie and his money aro soon parted lint like the African In slavery days he never knows there Is a row While his money lasts ho hllllI hoits of friends When It Is goiio they all walk on the other shlo of tho street whispering Then1 goes that mlseralilo old fool iiMiil Ailvlcr li Sir iutrpir ClnrU- A clergyman once complained to SirI Andrew tlnrk Mr Chidstones physi cian of feeling low and depressed tin alile to face his work and tempted to rely on ttlnmliints Sir Andrew snw that the pisltlnii was a ierllous om and that It was a crisis In the mans life lie hull with the case and for hade the use of stimulants when the pa lent declared he would lie unequal to his work and ready to sink Then said Sir Andrew sink like a man Aliiiliullniii ninl MIiTiilifPt IhIl 1I0lhllll Ihl 111111 vannied animal experiments at Iarls showing that lower grades of living creatures If alcoholized are more sensi tin to disease than others of temper ate habits Alcoholized animals aro unalile to resist Infection with the ha cllll of consumption cancer diphtheria and kindred diseases The progeny of alcoholized guinea pigs has proved so weak that It lives hilt a short time or Is liorn dead Hum lliiiur lriini Iliulnt Iliiiiiu Inspector lohnston who has chargo of till Inspection of boilers In St 111111I has Instituted some reforms which should result In preventing accidents The rule against having liquor In an engine room will ho rigidly enforced and violations will unlijcct till guilty persons to the penalty of tmrlni their tecaaca revoked RELIGIOUS THOUGHT Millmill Let every Chrtsllan ho loyal to his own denomination and trno to IIH own creed Imt for the fake of a dying hl 11 hllIllIlIlI Ill IIIIIIIIIIIHI charllalile In Ids treatment of those who dllTer from him In some point IIf doctrine Itcr Dr A It Ililderhy Moore Memorial Church Atlanta Inxlllvf IllllKliill- To lose fear and win hope to grow lout of the narrow Individual life Into sense of liiKplration uf serving tho liner II fIIf which our children are to- he till heirs to let till real self In US through which all the past Is tetter to 111IlIIIIIIIItIIIIChicago 101 ViirktniiiiMlilp e are Jnds worliiianshlp largely so even If In our gradual maniifactnre liy the Miirter we have struck his hand and diverted the hlow of IM hnin men on the chlwl his workmanship though we have somehow dodged his stroke nnd tints mlsslmiicn ourselves tmdly and sHilled the lieanty and the line for which he would make us We are hilI workmanship Itev Dr Denis Wortmnn Pnnldcnt lenernl Synod Itefiirnied Church In America InOIIIIT 11101cannot nee how any one In Ids right mind can he an Infidel No Cod Then cnnie nil these things on which mine eye gnxc No Jod Then who mode IIII heavens ahove me and thu earth under me Who hrlnpi alxint with mich nKUlurlty the alternations of day mid night the chaniieM of en son the rotatluim of crops who makes this cnrth to Imd an1 liliwuoni like the rose If there he no Cod Dn nut the hcnvcim declare till glory of CudY Itev 1 Ahton Itaptlst rhlladel phla MALCOM KIRK A Taloof Moral Ilarolim In Ovorcoulntr tho World By OnAELES M SHELDON AItQ lib IHti n nIlStnma Itolxit llanlyt 11I11oIU IOrlbl linn by tbt Adtinre PuUiihln CoI COJlITIOUIII CIIAITKU XIII TWKNTV YKAHS ATTEIt- Nearly 21 yearn hnd KOIIC hy slnco tlmt nlclit of the election when Doro thy had kneeled In front of Vnlmers saloon In the main trect of Conrad when one evetilnic n well dreMxsl dls tlngul he l looking centlcman steppinl out of tho WIt Itotitiil express UIHIII the platform Dm Mr Kirk live where he used toT IIP nukeil of oiiu of the loungerH at the station Yes he lives up by th church was tilt answer The stranger went on down the main street liKiklni aliont him curiously and dually topiMd In front of a com fortahle Imilclnt house doe liy n sized church building 101111I lie went up the short board walk rans till hell IJl1l door was opened liy a Klrl about 10 years of IIRO n Klrl with a Rrent pro fusion of heavy hrown hair and a face that pwiple had to look at twice before they knew whether she was what Is Kcnerally called pretty or not Is your father at home asked the Kcntleman smiling dont know Will you come In That Is unless yon have something to sell And then am sure father Is out She said It without the least ap penrance of bclujr pert or rude havent anvthliiK to sell replied lOrllICome right In said till girl Any one from Hermon Is welcome Ive heard father speak of you often This Is Faith Is It he asked as he entered a pleasant sitting room Yes sir she answered shyly Us disc me Ill call father thlIstltutlonal church of Iloston looked around him and his look was full of till most absorbing Interest What he felt nnd thought can per haps best he told lu n letter which he wrote home two days afterward while tillIparsonage The letter threw much lljrhl on the events of till past M years and Is of value as coming from one who saw Malcom Kirk and his family at this time lioth as a friend and also as an Intensely Interested spectator of a very remarkable life I am Kitting In Maliom Kirks house the letter began and It Is dltllctilt for me to realize all that that filet means There Is no question In my mind that Kirk Is In some ways one of the most remarkable ministers In this country and yet he and his talented wife have remained In this comparatively obscure place for over It years working iinletly and without ostentation with some must astonish ing results until lately unheard of by tIll churches In the east Since I was In Conratl about 0 years ago great changes have occurred In the state Ierhaps till greatest change of all has been the prohibitory umcndmcnt to the constitution Kvcry one knows that the election on the leg islatures net to submit the amend ment resulted In an alllrnmtlw vote Kvery one also knows that the have never reversed that 111011lI It seems probable that they You will also remember what an ex citement was caused by one event In Conrad at the close of that famous storyIOTcltlng u ugr novel I ererreiuL Me had been called out of town on tho afternoon of that day to see u young man who died of the effects of n drunken debauch and as hCllllle back to Conrad In the evening Ids wife was kneeling In till center of a group of other women holding a prayer meet ing In front of one of the most notori ous saloons then In Conrad lie had only Just come to till place when a great disturbance broke out In the saloon behind him Koine one 111111I through tilt crowd and attempted to throw a bottle of vitriol at Mrs Kirk It was afterward shown that the man was crazy with drink and awfully ex cited by the events of till day lie was only partly successful In his horrible attempt Mrs Kirks face was burned on one side lint u man of the name of Carver who had been drinking hilt was sober enough to realize what was going on grappled with till other and took away the bottle receiving dread fill burns In doing so This man Is now the sexton In Mr Kirks church a de vout sincere Christian and u good ex ample so Kirk says of hundreds of men who will remain sober If tilt sa loon Is taken away and till constant temptation to drink Is absent And so fill as can observe he Is decidedly right In Ids belief Well Mrs Kirk has recovered from those Injuries and her beauty of face which Is still remarkable Is marred only by a sear which given her to all who know her history an added Inter est The alTiilr created an Intense feel Ing here for a long time Nothing so terrible had been known since that at tempt to dlsllgure Mrs Coleman of MarvIIle Canada while marching with other women In a temperance proces sion The event opened many peoples eyes to the satanlc power of the drink evil It was 11111IInl out of countless events where till whisky element has stood for the greatest crimes and for which It must answer heavily at the judgment bar of a long snlTerlng Jod- It Is dlilleiilt for me to write of Mal com Kirk without seeming to exagger ate and overemphasize his work want to speak of Ids beautiful family which Is a part of the best part of this western tOWIIIMrs Kirk has developed Into a wo man of rare power In nil the llmrllI and social life of the place ago till women here recognized her ability as a leader by making her president nI tile Christian Temperance union ItI was largely through her efforts that the township polled a very heavy vote fur the amendment She has thrown nil her nire talents as a gifted musician also Into tIll redemption of the town with the result that no woman has such an Inlluence as she has on all the young thoughtless life that has crowd rnllhlIKeven There are three children two boys named Sllbert and Ilermon aud a girl the oldest child named Faith The boys are bright handsome fellows and take after tilt mother illbert Is 17 and Ilermon li Faith who Is nearly IIIIhilt she Is one of tIlt most Interesting Individual girls IIlr met She Is fond of trying experiments and resem bles her father In that respect She wants to know and feel things for her self nnd Is passionately fond of doing for other people I begin to get the Impression that she Is thoroughly un selfish and that she has till making of a remarkably useful woman Hut I predict for her some trying experi ences Slje Is one of those girls who would make her father and mother Come rlijht In mild the ylrl Any one Jniin llcrnwn In welcome mix Ions for her future If It were not for tIll fact that they and herself are Christian In their whole nature That Is the salvation of such a girl as Faith and Mr and Mrs lUrk seem to be peacefully sure of the fact All of tho children are members of the church and all three of them are very evident ly proud of their father and of what he has done You ask What has Malcom Kirk done In the tlrst place In spite of wha seemed like Impossibilities ho succeed ed years ago lu building a church and parsonage both of which hUll been burned down It Is supposed by the whisky men during the tight which Wll8Iparsonage Is a good house of eight rooms fairly well furnished although Kirks peculiar habits of generosity have not permitted anything approach ing luxury even In the slightest degree Bat the building of the church u4 parsonage Is In ono sense tho very fiuiulltst thing that Kirk hUll donut It Is not too much to Bay that he and his wife have revolutionized the moral life of this whole town When they came here about 0 years ago they found u community of 1500 people A great amount of lawless thoughtless life crowded the saloons the dance houses tIll cheap resorts of amuse 11111111Ian suffering anti temptation most of which has always been unknown even to their own people clime out of their allllctlon with astonishing power over the life of the place There Is no ques tion that the very thinking of the peo pIe here Is shaped by Malcom Kirks Christianity The promise he and his wife made when they came here has been constantly In mind The number of lost men and boys who have been at traded to Kirks ministry nnd to Mrs Kirks singing aud playing and led to Christ Is amazing Even the business and political lire of the town has been shaped by Kirks purpose In life Tlmt means a great deal as any one will ac knowledge This fact howler Is shown by the common allusions to Con rad by other towns They speak of It as Klrkvllle A higher compliment to In mans Influence It would be dlfllcult Hnd It Is of course still true that the devil does business in Conrad Kirk has told me that the whisky men have never ceased from till day they were driven out of Conrad to attempt to come back In some form aud carry on their work At the present time he tells me that through failure oa the part of the oUlccrs of the law to en force the law the whisky men have grown bold anti opened several places lie Is right now In the midst of the old struggle again This time It Is a strug Sic with state and county otllclals who have broken their oaths of olllce It Is the same struggle In another form At till bottom of the whisky business In any state whether It has a prohibitory statute or not Is the Incentive of great financial returns for a very little real labor and also the human passion for drink two things which Kirk says must be recognized by the temperance people and always reckoned upon In the problem of temperance It remains therefore to be said that tar us Kirk and his wife are con corned the contest they began hero the battle they entered for victory over the world still goes on Is there a place In the world where a Christian may cease tram lighting the soot fight of the faith But I am profoundly touched by the extent of overcoming to be seen In this place I have been unable to silence the question What If every minister as he entered a new dll1lIand bring It back to God I know this much Is true of the work done here There has been no unusual ex citement nnd no extraordinary means employed to produce the astonishing KirkIhim Ills voice Is as It always was a nno Instrument lie knows how to talk to people and he writes uncom monly well But on the other hand he Is etlll awkward homely of appear ance and by no means always at his best lie loves people He longs as Paul did for the salvation of the world And there lies the secret of his work It Is nothing which other men may not also have I dont know a minister In our churches anywhere who might not claim all that Malcom Kirk und his wife have claimed They have over come the world by means of their love by following the plain path of duty at the cost of suffering by not pleasing themselves They arc still engaged lu the struggle It will never ccaso this side of death and paradise Rut I wish that every pastor and every church might come hero and see what has been done and what the future seems cer tain to record The most malignant forces of evil have evidently arrayed themselves against Kirk and fs wife nnd so far these two have overcome them nil Heaven has won the victory out here and I do not know why It should not do so everywhere Do we want the world to be saved 1 Do we have a passion to save IU Do we put the kingdom Urst If wo dill should we not see the results everywhere that we see here I shall return home from my visit to Malcoin Kirk with that question sounding In niy heart There was ono brief allusion in this letter which meant even more than Wilson knew It was his allusion to what he called Malcom Kirks pe culiar habits of generosity Indi rectly these led to events which have to do with this history of the human conflict against slu and involved In that growing conflict all the members of Kirks family A few days after Wilsons departure Faith and her mother were sitting to gether In the common room as Faith called It the room that the used for dining und sitting tumllyI gether Dorothy was sewing Faith was helping her with on the boys suits It was about 11 oclock In the mom Ing and Malcotn Kirk was up stairs In lJls stlldy The boys wero at 8chool and Faith who had finished the high school had been staying at home for two years helping her mother Mother how does Gilbert manage to tear his coat across the back like that asked Faith holding up that garment and looking at It with grave astonishment Dorothy could not help smiling al though the next Instant she sighed a little He said one of the boys pushed him against a wire fence last Saturday whllo they were out fishing near Tho Forks Well the boy that did It ought to be made to wear It after I have mended It rT Vnxr i ytrW went fit tho crhno sold Faith oa she stabbed tho back of the coat with a big noodle and began turning over the basket to nnd some thread Im sorry Gilbert hasit n butter suit said Dorothy gravely lie must try to got along with It this fall any way Mend It as carefully as you can Faith Yes maam replied Faith I am trying to find something besides white silk At the same time mother dont you think white slllc on a black back ground would bo n warning to Gilbert not to get his coat torn again Mrs Kirk laughed and before she could answer the bell rang Faith put asldo tho work and went to the door Can I soc Mr Kirk asked a voice that Dorothy recognized at once No said Faith decidedly Father la In his study writing and ho ought not to be disturbed But he told mo to call today and I want to see him very much Did ho tcU you to coll this morn Ing Wellnohe sold today But I couldnt come at any other time There was silence a moment whllo Faith stood holding the door uncertain ly but still resolutely blocking the en trance Malcom Kirk came out of bis study at the top of the upper hall Is that Mr Barnes Faith Tell him to come up Faith at once stepped aside and a shabby looking man came In AR ho passed the door of the sitting room ho bowed clumsily and said Good morn ing Mr Kirk Then he stumbled noisily up stairs and entered Malcoms study The door closed and Faith went back to her work TO m CONTINUED U S Department of Agriculture WEATHER BUREAU Voluntary Observers Meteorological Record llcrru Month of Septf inliiT lull Maximum temiiernture Itate 7lh Minimum UiniMmtiiru F Hate 1Mb Mean temperature 7SG F Urcutest daily range M F Hate 5th Total precipitation 415 Inrlir GrcuUSl in Jt hours 1M Inches Ihite nib Number of clear ilays Number o rlouiljr y It Xo of partly cluuily Mays a r REPORTERS CORRESPONDENTS or WRITERS Wanted ovorywhere Stories nows ideas poems illustrated artiules nd vauce novvH drawings photographs unique articles etc otc purchased publicationparticulars aud full information be fore sec inv article The Bulletin Press Association New York 50 YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS tlluarquleklrInfenunn Is probably patentable CommunlcA tloni strictly confidential Handbook on ratenti lepltf I tmg8 Jotuei rtf Co recelre ijyfUl notice without charge In tho Scientific flrcericatu n handtomcly lllnttrated weekly Larzett rtr dilation ff nny 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jiurcbnslii j THE NEW HOME SWING MACHINE MASS S Union Sq X Y Chicago Atlnutn In- 3U JxuUilo l illasToxHan Frnnckco Ov FOR SALE BY S1SCO CO Mlcboldsvllle Ky THE CITIZENBEREA KYOCTOBER 3 1901 FATHER FORGIVE THEM Four weeks ngo William McKinley President of tho United States was foully murdered by Leon Czolgosz Leon Czolgosz the murderer is now in a condemned cell in Auburn N Y ponitlntillrytwo special guards be ing detailed to watch him day and night whore ho is to remain until led forth to suffer tho extreme penal ty the law can inflict for the awful crime ho committed in cruelly and wantonly taking the life of n follow human being Thi nhootiug of PresideutMcKiuley almost paralyzed tho nation and fer vent earnest prayer went up from millions of hearts that God in his wise providence would avert death For a few days tho heart of the nation was buoyed up that tho prayer would be answered in the way wo desired The physicians attending the stricken man gave to the waiting multitudes great hope The Presi dent is out of danger No alarming symptoms mire present and so on read the telegrams and a nation bo gan to plan Special Thanksgiving Services to praise God for his great goodness in answer to thoir ardent prayers It was a good thought and a pious purpose for we are a Christian nation and In God we Trust list a change came over the spirit of tho people They had read other telegrams The President is sinking fast There is but little hope Unlooked for danger has appeared and then Wni McKinley is dead tad the heart of the nation stood still for a spoil It is Gods will it is for the best said the dying martyr and the nation bowed its head and tried to exercise ke faith The purposed day of thanksgiving was displaced by a day of universal mourningCities villages hamlets and homes put on sackcloth Grand and costly temples and plain hum ble houses of worship throughout tho length and breadth of the land were filled with sincere mourners Eloquent eulogy for the dead ruler mingled with earnest humble exhor tation to the people to live higher so they too could in the last dread hour chant Nearer ray God to Thee Nearer to Thee and the business of tho Great World stood still for one hour to do honor to the dead It is well to Weep with those who weep for the Master who wept for the sons of men left us the exam pie Wo are a Christian nation In God Wo Trust Sermons commemorative of the life of the martyred McKinley have been delivered in almost every house of worship Tens of thousands of ministers of God have given their hest effort and thought to do hone- to the illustrious dead Tende- heartfelt prayer arose to the Thron- that e tho bereaved wife may be sus tainted in the dark hours of her bitter trial and loss It was right so to do it was meet that we so endeavored to fulfill the law of Christ and let us not bo weary in well doing but may we still remember the widow when we approach Our Father But In how many of the retorted speeches sermons and addresses any anxious thought given to the poor misguided depravd murderer Not one plea for pardon from God for the selfdamned wretch has been published by the press sacred or sec ular No man of God has been re ported as beseeching the Great Judge to have mercy on the assassin and yet Christ died for Leon Czolgosz the stone Christ who when crucified between two thieves prayed for his murderers Father forgive thorn they know not what they do Only ono man so far as tho world at largo is informed gave ono single thought to the future of time assassin he against whom tho felon hand was raised William McKinley re alizing that perhaps ho was wounded to death looked his assailant in the face and said May God forgive you Oh it was noble It was Christ like yoa To err is human but to forgive is divine Who shallsay but just at that moment ho caught a glimpse of the wounds in hands and side Lot us beware lest in our righteous hatred of the deed we are led to hate the doer At some moment between the first hour of October 28 1901 and tho last hour of of November 4 1901 unless providence decrees otherwise the soul of Leon Czolgolz will bo launched into eternity God grant ho shall Iw reudy to moot his Redeem erwANTErCapable reliable person In ever county to TClrCIICnllarlCO company of anon clal per year payable weekly il per day absolutely mire anil all expen ses xtralKlit boia ade deflnlto salary no corn mlsMoii salary paid each Hatunlay and cxiicnui money adrarieed each wool 8TANUAUD llUUHESitlEARBOHN ClIICAOO I Correspondence Breathitt CountyrAtliol Tho people are very busy now saving folder John Rowland who lives near this place had his foot hurt by letting a piece of timber fall on it while work ing at a saw mill Rev A B Parmoleo is occupying the building erected by Dr E O Guerraut near the mud tunnel The funeral of Morton Jett will ho preached on tho fourth Sunday in October this monthinstcad of August as stated in last issue The smallpox scare seems to boI about over in this part of the countrI There are no now cases Wolfe CountyI OamptollIHon Judge Gourley of Beatty villo presided in tho Chenattlt and Quiseubery laud suit Tho verdict was in favor of the Quiseuberys Prof Dinsmore and party arrived last Wednesday Wo are glad to welcome them Kelly Fulks is sick with throat troubloiTIL Tutt of Spradling was town FridayClay Hose of Leo City was in town on business Wednesday Prof Diusmore of Herea spoke in the Baptist and Methodist Churches of Campion last Sunday to very large audiencesMadison OOllntyI Ioytontown Revs T II Harris and G H thegRev J Miller has gone to Ohio to assist in revival services Rev T H Harris preached his farewell sermon last Sunday night to a large congregation His text was Revelations I Tho Peytontown Baptist Church has hada successful meeting of live days duration Tl o preaching was by Revs Harris and Howard of Lox ington Forty one dollars was raised for church purposes Revs R IL Muuday and G H Howard were entertained Sunday by Mr and Mrs Harry Turner Owsley County Gnbbard GrasseIFindloy Bolin of Limons Creek willsoon move to his new home on this creek which ho purchased from Larkin Gibson The schools at this place under the of C B Moore audI inrweeksrowing to bad houses and fodder say ingCircuit Court at Booneville this weekand last but not a great deal of business being done The farmers are very busy this week saving fodder A C Gabbard of Boouevillo is here this week looking after his grass sorghums went to Boouevillo Friday on business B J Combs W O and Henry Gabbard Jr of this placo were juryI men this court Rev John Mason is running his cane mill making lasses for hisI neighborsLewis of Breathitt visited his son at this place this week Rockcastle County Livingston Rev J W Dickson has just closed a series of meetings at this place There wore quite a number of additions to the Church John Howell an employe of time L 1k A H R cama very near being crushed between two cars in the yard here Sunday night Ho saved him self by soverly stranniug his back John Tanner has removed from tho Mullius Hotel wait it is now occupied by Mr Tubbs and neatly Mrs Laura Jones has recovered from a severe illness and is now filling her place in the school hero Bettie Dillion tho little daughter of Mr Wix Dilliou is very law with fever and liar recovery is very doubt ful Mr Charlie Burns of this place and Miss Berthio Minter of Paris were married this week They have taken board at tIll Seven Gable Hotel- Mrs Merimoo tho charming wife of the giant dispatcher of this place is visiting friends iu Stanford this week Milt Ballard our future super intendent was in Jit Vernon Saturday Saul McGeo was visiting relatives t this place last week Mrs Sue Mullinfl has just returned from Cincinnati where she has been buying now furnishing for her hotel Mother Mullius knows how to do things up alright Bro Garret Combs was with Bro Dickson ono night in his meeting nail preached a very able sermon Scaffold Caiio Frank Miller of Pulaski who has ben visiting relatives on Clear Creek has returned home Dr J W Sauna of Willie was to Miss Matilda Cook Thurs evening TIll homo of James GatlifT was burned with its entire contents Wed nesday last Roy Blazer who has been visiting relatives at this plnco hints returned homoBorn to Mr nod Mrs Charles Holemau n lino girl Little Ira Viars who line been quite ill is recovering Mrs John Blazer visited relatives n Berea last week Miss Fnnnio Culton schoolmistress of Scaffold Cant visited her homo at Itichmond Saturday Rockford Born to till wife of Charles Hoi mau of this place n fine baby girl Mrs R D Cook is on tho sick list this week Mr Sum Mason taught n drove of cattle from Mr Eli Coffee last week Tho schools hero are nicely the general progrelsingI for September was as Cook fifth grade best general average Rotta McCollum and Matilda Cook best de ortment Teacher Miss Fannie Cultou Mr R D Cook Jr and wife made a tlying trip to Beren last week Revs Lambert and King are hold ing a protracted meeting at Fair View Church Mrs It D Cook Sr and daughters were the guests of Mrs John Gwinu last Friday and Saturday Mr T C Viars and daughter Beulah attended church at Creek Sunday Mr John McCollum who lately returned from Illinois has purchased property near here in Old Kentucky The children of W C Viars who have town quito sick with tonsilits mire much improved T C and Miss Dora Viars attended the Silver Creek baptising Monday Miss Waldon of Winchester and Mrs Dalton and littlo daughter of Berea visited relatives and friends hero last week Miss Annie Gwinn Kara a candy party a few night since Your corrcHpOlllhut clllltllit Boreaa new ban k a few days since Jackson County The people of Jackson county aro indignant at the action of curtain Baptist preachers in neglecting to invite brethren from Bcrea to speakn the Association at Bhinton Flats Berea College has done more for the Baptists of this section than any other six schools put together and it is well known that some of those some preach ers have offered to work for Berea College provided they were paid to do Hol THE HOME WHY THE MINISTER RESIGNED Yes said the devil to tho miuistori your church is hill of liars What cried tho minister indig nantly Your church is full of liars ro puated the devil calmly Let us sue You have a membership of BOO Threw hundred and fifteen cor rected the minister Three hundredlnod fifteen Ono hundred of them aro men Hovonty five of them business men All of them when they juiced tho church solemnly vowed beforo their Savior to support the church services nod to love them life of tho church as tutu up into of the eye Isnt that sot It is replied the minister anx iously Now then continued tho devil with a sneer how many of theno members over go to the church pray or meeting How inanyt faltered limo minis tor- Y Oil how many t Tho minister Hindu a rapid calcula tion as Iris memory called up the ap pearance of Iris cliurrli uhapol on prayer meeting nights About fifteen What cried thodovil Fifteen I Are you Him Maybo it is a little moro that usu al the minister stammered Woll never mind Cull it flftimii uCollr boventyflvo IIUMIIOM IIIHII nt tending time prayer meeting regularly Tho rust novor come or very seldom tlwllIIilliMtlrFifty or sixty out of 200 Say n possible seventy live attend prayer meeting regularly out of fllti mom hors And null of them vonud solemn ly to support tho church iu all its services I xiiid your church was full of liars Isnt it trucT A jood runny of time momlMtre ere so situated that they uminol gut out in time evening grained tilt lIIiuIHtr Did you over know those uiemborH filuplHlrIDid you over hun half your church members out to prayer mwtiiiK at sneoringlyrwas too absurd nit idea to entortaiu Tho devil continued remorselessly Ppxichor your influence is loss that mint I gut thrM fouths of your church mumbnrs to attend thn pleasures of the world nail brook their vows on prayer meeting night Dont you think tho church is a fail ure Dont you think you hull hot tor resign and go into something else tIt The minister covered his face with his hands and answers hover a word Next Sunday he handed in his row ignation Ami yet Irs church mono bers were very much surprised Thoy could not understand why ho svn discouraged But the devil know verywellRaula Horn 1At a recent oxamiimtion tho question was put to a class of little ones Congresstwas tho reply How is dividedayes tho next question A littlo girl raised her hood Well said the examiner Sallio what do you say Instantly with an air of confidence end triumph tho answer camo Civilized hal eivilircd atilt savage No More Vermin and its Attending Evils Our Peorloss Poultry aunt Animal Fumigator will pOlithelrhl fowls and animals of lico gorilla of every kind It is worth many times its price Costs but little No trouble to use Lasts for yours Big Inducements to Agents B CODDINGTON Co IJcrca 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 Kdltod bv J WDInninorv liron of tlw Nor real DrlMilmeiit tm CoUocv ITS ONL ME Imagino a bright Sprit morning fuel a teacher starting out for school full of enthusiasm To time children everything is joyous TIll trials yoHtonlay are forgotten anti thoy aroI ready to joiu Mauls with the teacher iu a now days work As Alms stands at tho schoolloom door to greet there in rushes n boy with upraised hand mini oxclaimos Oh teachor I skun eight of lacks murbloH this morning hint noticing his uncoined hair and untidy appear aiuo she shows no sign of interest in tho gnome which given him so much pleasure sadFume coldly tells him to rake himself mute presenta bio before coming to school Behind him is n swell fair hulinMi little girl She says Goal moriiiiig Miss H lunch holds up n bunch of violets The toachtirs face brightens cud with a pleasant smilo she thanks tho child Is this unnoticed by till boy No indeed Ho walks sulkily to hits stain and to him oamiw n fueling akin to this Its only mo What in the impression which time teniliir hints male ripen these IhilI Iron t The toy wtys she in eras lint h dislikes hsr The little girl tolls her mothor nt night that Miss It is lovoly awl that slue novnr wants to- Inrmre her room Sumo OUt will say this is natural All childrou itinuot bo tr wtetalike and that they miut mint Is tmmindful uf thoir iwrsonirl appenrnnot This last it flue Hut what inciMitivo hits the boy to look iirater iu the ftituniT Not even a kind wool or look from tho touchier to whom ho turned for- eueourngenunt I once knew Lunyslow of oompro heneion nt tim w stubborn and wilful npimrenlly hard liourtod with but little pride what his appoiiranco uud lew itbtMit his stnuding in his dRill IIU temhor discouraged said else dry I do not know how to ma n age Gu Nothiug that oclulloI or my seems to inttko any imJlr upon himITim went on and but little duo provement is showu As tho Hiiminrr alma ho WH ono day gnthoring dMiMW hie fo llimhcd nut his torn hut Inllbed bik from hula bunks l fotuhund To a playmate ho wild am picking those for my anchor She lovwt dairies nod I am going to give nrthtws smith stHt if I cannot iimko her love me too All till while this boy fooling that ho was trot Imloved by his toacher as were others in his class was some wav to win hair HltillyingI Ho had noticed the which who riceived tho spring flowers front dainty hands Poor sad uucllrI wl for as ho was ho restlized was tho ruling jwwor and the ono thing to lo gained Though iguo mat ho had n keener insight into human nature than many an oxx ri uiiced toachor and all tho tlnio he doubtahe hind till fooling in his heart Its only mo and novor can ho any moro to my toachor Do wo try as hurl to gain the toy of our pupils and if ono means fails do wo look for annthnrT That which limnslor pot or n Ito gaule and approach him through that medium As teachers wo should strive to give mow sympathy to those pupils who have none at homo moro sun es and kind words to limo child with rough exterior which enshroud a loving hnnrl and loss to he pump orod darling who is in danger of bo by limo fond cartwes of indulgent parents Let us mako trie tlsoftuurchildrwlnnd tho watch sayIts THE FARM IMIte byfl O MAwiNlrofiiiNirnl If aril riilturt Here College COMMERCIAL FERTILIZERS As wo havo stated thin three con stituents of plant food that art most iriMMTiilly deficient iu our old soils are nitrogen potash meld phosphoric acid Iu ordinary farm crops it is practice ble by tho use of the leguminous crops like clover and peas to got a sullicimit amount of nitrogen from tho air but this while n valuable help will not supply it in Niilliciont amount for immediate ruse for tutu purpose of growing tho early vegeta bin crops of tho southern market gardener For many of his crops an artificial combination of nitrogen in III readily available forum is of tho gttoato t importune Iu time absence then of a plentiful supply of well fIHortIto Hunts commercial source of nitro gnu While time nitrogen in comincr uinl nitrato of soda is in this most readily available form it is vnnoN cent nod in practice it in found butter to mix with it some moro slowly available form as in organic matters like fish wall and cottonHood meal to keep up tho supply through till Mnnou of growth Of UICHU wo give time preference to tilt llIftonHI1 meal since it in moro ncciwHihlo to mill growers in tint South Cottonheed moid hums this further advantage that it supplies muse some Ktnnh null phosphoric acid The common hourco of this last is the phoNphntic rock of North and South Carolina This is change into a soluble stale by Iniiig dixHolvod iu sulphuric and making what is commonly called Acid Phosphate Thin in probably the cln nxNt form in which pinto phor is acid can bo had in tine South Potash oxiMtt in a very soluble form in hard wood nulic and tho ashes of cotton semi hull arc particularly rich iu it Wliuro thewt lant Inn ho haul they fiirninh tho Uvtt possible xhnM for potash But as they can seldom IIMI taught by tho gardener in sulli cimit quantity ho is eoluix l to re sort to fomo other combination Thin groat Hotireo of potash now is found InlhUrious potanh Halts mined In Germany and imfxmrtcl kern under tillIothers Tho crtido forms of tho 1II1t- 11m seldom available for tho urn of tine market gardener on account of tho largo pro ortion of common suit which they contain This prevents tutu heavy application of the crude article an wo would tuna got for most crops an injurious amount of salt Thai concentrated forms of the muri ute or sulphate of potash are time thinIImd which the Kninit law M well For most garden crops tho muriate of potash will usually IMI found host TlUTKINO IN TIIC SOUTII WILLIAM MCKINLEY- HIS LIFE AND WORK IIY nut CIUMU riniMviNOB Incident llloloiiK Ktltml Cotniadr In war an1 Collmarpe In Conjtru Wai nrar lili Me with other greet men when hit ryn were lowd thIn Hollowed bier to the National tydtol and to aiilon The Irneral rr Ulrrt a lure at the proceed of Mi taNk to drrottd lea MrKluIty Monument Knnd Thu trrry nWrlber lxnime a contributor lo thli fund Hllltmi ot roplra will told ITrrjInlr will hay It Ontrn for the anVlnr NolxNlywill rvune KoK nt Ihologravurr of Imldent McKlnleyi tat lrture taken III the While lliHiw You ran ra lly and quickly clear 1110 taking order Order outfit quirk Chance to inns iiiWM nciuro yearly rontntrl and brrom Manager Mend 2 emit iUin i for elegant ri tTtiii Taklnu loWordera dally min will ha told III thli vicinity Address TIIK COSTISKNTAI ASSKMIIIV Corcoran Hid Opp C Trcaiury- Waihlnitton C BEREA COLLEGE Founded less IPlaces the Best Education in Reach of All Over 311 Poachers SOO Stmlonts from JJO HtutOM Largest Collage Library In Kentucky NO SALOONS I circle HclioolH Carpentry Printing Llousework Nursing two years 31 ode SuIioolN Oonoral Education and fitting for advanced courson For thane nuJflcteHtlj ndvanced to yet a teachers certificate Appllud Hclciico Two years course with Agriculture for young neon and Domestic Science for young ladies Normal Jourso Two years with practice teaching Academy Caurso Four years fitting for College for business and College JourMo Literary Pliilonophical Classical for life AIiiHlc Iteed Org ul Choral Cwo Vocal Piano Tluxiry- Wo are lucre to 11011mull who will help thoniHolvoH toward n Christian education Our a free gift StudontH pay n smnll incidental fee plTCor72100 about ill to bo paid iu advance Tho school is endowed by Baptists Congrogatiounlist Disciples Afnthod iris ProsbytoriuiiN fruit tfond pooplo of all denoninstleus- Eor information mid friendly advice Bildrtvw time Secretary- W O OAMMIK llorm M ilUuii Co Ky