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Rev JOHN DODWELL Manager With Strong Stag of Ratters and Car respondent EMtrrrf at tke Fotlcfflet al Btrea Ay IK neon I dar mattmaUer VOL III A Family Paper MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY OCTOBER 10 1901 Fifty cents a year NO 10 1 IDEAS- A system of education that dooR not educate tho morals as well an the intellect in a mud and a failure Keep your eyes opennlnl your hearts Bo good antI you will help some body to Iw bettor TAKE NOTICE PRESIDENT AT BRODIIEAI- IIICKUHT amWc AND CONWAT President Frost will preach at Brodheiul Roekcastlu County Sat unlay Oct 12th at early cam i tllulIgbtiat Hickory Grove on Sun at IOJO in the morning and at Couway at 230 in the evening PRESIDENT FROST AT DEAR WALLOW President Frost will preach at Boar Wallow Madison County on Suu day Oct 27th at 1100 in the morn lug and give his lecture upon Ibis travels in the Holy Land at night IIROTIIBR IIOOAN AT PARKS SCHOOL HOUSE Rev U R will preach at OWlloylday Oct 13th FROM THE WIDE WORLD An exhibition for sanitary accident and llfusaving service is to bo held at Frankfort Germany October 5th to 21st Tho Royal Commission formed to invratigato tho port of London dock accomodatiou will recommend the purchase of the London docks by th government at an expenditure of France has an automo bile savings bank It travels the country making short stops i the villaguH on stated days andre colvwi such sums as the people of the neighborhood desire to deposit II OUR OWl COURTRY The International Salt Company has been incorporated in Now Joroov with it capital of fJWOOOOOO and will issue bonds to the amount of 12000000 Tho Wiughouw Company will begin at once to erect a now town and mammoth foundry plant at Stewart Station on the Pennsylvania railroad I a short distance east of Pittflburtf The cost of tho work will bo over 5000000 and more than 2000 men will bo employed An American linn has agreed to deliver 2000000 watches during th next year Thin ia the largest order over given for timepieces Former Gov Jones a Democrat wag on Monday appointed by Preel dent Roosevelt aa Federal Judge in Alabama It is said he owes his ap pointment In no small degree to Booker T Washington The Republic Iron and Stool Company are contemplating the erection of a 12000000 steel plant at Birmingham Ala C01KOII EiLTH OP KEITUCKT At the Kentucky Annual Confer once of the M E Church South hold at Shelbyville last week seven young men were admitted on trial in the ministry The attorneys of Caleb Powers will file an affidavit setting forth reasons why Judge James Cantrill should not preside over the court in the second trial of Powers for complicity in the murder of William Goebel The union and nonunion forces of minors are surrendering their arms and it ia hoped the settlement of the differences between the operators and minus will bo settled without further violenceThe Petroleum Company of Bollard County with flGO000 capital stock filed articles of incorporation in the office of the tary of State last Monday Tho iron and steel business nighti ceived a boom at Covington rolling mills will tan day and Judge Barker of after the Investment Companies The Judge told the Grand Jury they are lotteries pure and simple Mrs Ben Perkins wife of the jailer of Shelby County died Saturday Her death was hastened by a shock caused by the mob who took two Negro boys from the jail and lynched them Lynchers are murderers Ed John Willis Baer of Boston Soc retary of the United Societies of Christian Endeavor delivered an Interesting address to a largo audi ence In the First Christian Church of Louisville Sunday night a THE CITIZEN HOW TO PICK THE BEST SCHOOL Many people make mistakes because they do not know how to pick out the right school to attend There is as much difference in the points of schools as of horsesI In many schools the student goes home every week and his mind is taken away from his studies At Berca everything is so arranged as to be most favorable to study Of course students make more rapid progress 2 In most places where there schools there are saloons and countless temptations At Berca there are no temptations except those that a student brings with him Of course Berea students are safer and show greater improvement in character 3 In many schools the lessons are only 20 minutes long At Berca they arc 45 or 55 minutes long and nat urally the students get better instruction and more drill 4 In many schools three or four teachers try to carry- on all of the grades and branches At Berca there is a special teacher for each lower grade sometimes two or three and a special teacher for each department of advanced study In this way the instruction is certain to be vastly better I S In many schools the only things to teach from arc the books and a few maps At Berea there are thousands of dollars worth of expensive apparatus Arc not good tools as profitable in education as anywhere else 6 In many schools there is nothing to read except the textbooks Berca has eighteen thousand books and five literary societies a band glee clubs etc which help the young people to find amusement and recreation profitablet conducted to make money and I often the teachers take little interest in the students At Berea every teacher is a Christian man or woman and will be a real friend WHAT YOUR CHILD MAY GET FROM BEREA COLLEGE As all should understand Berca College is a gift to thee people placed in the care of Trustees who are to use it for the benefit of the people in the ways laid down in the CollegeThe placed in their hands for just one purpose Cinstian Education forunor money nor ex cept the one thingto help fathers and mothers get the best education for their children And we believe that this is the greatest benefit that could possibly be given It is better than if the college could give a cow to every boylIf they can get cows and mules for themselves and will know how to take care of them and how to get the good things in life and be useful and honored citizens The education that Berca brings will enable the young people of Kentucky and surrounding states to develop the resources of their beautiful country and spread prosperity through all the churches and homes of a wide region youngladywill learn what education means He will see a real library and a great deal of scientific apparatus and will lessen to know what science and knowledge there is in tho world This he could never learn at any of the small schools near his home And each one will get some instruction in singing and in the use of tools and- o in bookkeeping Best of all each one will learn how to behave in good society how to meet people and will have the inspiring companionship of Christian young people and Christian teachers They will thus get hab its behavior that will help them all their lives Many of the students at Berca arc in what arc called the Schools These schools arc more advanced than some socalled colleges but they are really fitting young people to teach or to begin some of the advanced courses There are one to three teachers in each grade so rapidFreeSchools and pupils who complete the work in the Model Schools arc prepared to get teachers certificates Above the Model Schools are the Applied Science Course the Normal Course and the Academy anil Col lege Courses which were described in the CITIZEN two weeks ag- oKELLOGG WITHENBDRY Wholesale Grocers Irvine St Richmond Ky A full line of Staple Groceries carried at all times Mail and Phone Orders receive prompt ship- mentSHOES FOR MEN LADIESCHILDREN Of the Best Quality at Popular Prices DRY GOODS Staple and FancyLowest Prices Consistent with Quality PtFPN ITURE ft Receiver Very Mad News Last Friday Chaplain B F received a letter from Port LimonI Costa Rica convoying the sad intolli KOUCO of the death of his son Dana E Tho letter is dated Sept 9th and Is an follows DEAn StnIt is my very unpleas ant duty to inform you of the death of your Ron Dana E Boiler Ho died of yellow fever after only a few days illnesH ho was taken to tho hos pital of the United States Fruit Com pany of which tho Northern R R for which ho had worked short time in a department Every attention both professional and otherwise waa given him and the course of tho dis ease appeared rather favorable until tho day before he died when suddeu lyho became worse soon unconscious and Saturday morning Sept 7th he died There being no white Protes tant minister in Limon I as U S con awl saw that he had a Christian burl al myself reading tho Episcopal bur ial service at tho grave In tho short time in which ho was in Limou he had made friends and was conspicuous by his totalabsti nence from alcoholic liquors this aversion to stimulants he had even to the last refusing to take them even as medicine D W GOODMAN M D U S Consular Agent The Pioneer Pontiac Ill Dana E Boiler was a student at Berea as late as 97 and his father IvrittenisPontiac 111 CITIZEN OIEDWednesdv at 9 a m after Todddaughter MaryTodddisposition bright intellect anda missedbyfamily Repair That Loom fanhignagain CollegoisbringOOucntionhomes We can pay for wellwoven linen 40 cents a yard jeans 00 cents flU cents wellmatched bedeovArlots f4 to 6 Patent dyes not accepted oldfashioned indigo preferred For information address JOSEPHINE A ROBINSON Homespun Exchange Berea Ky FOR SALE Two Fine- Kitchen Cabinets 12 EACH At COLLEGE SHOP A handful of glasses will not help your eyesight If you wear them all unless your vision has boon properly tested and tho right Ions fitted That Is Just whoro tho skill of j an optician comes to your aid If I tost your oyes you will bo sure of getting the right glass ROBINSONi them and Ky I 1t An Independent Weekly Devoted to the Interests of THE HOME t SCHOOt 60 A YEAR BEREA Model onil o T IB IE s Donut make the man hill where byaClothes Good Clothes Cost but little in our Store upGoodOur great stock enabled us to fit every form and please dory fancy COVINGTON BANKS RICHMOND KENTUCKY T C LOWRY ATTORNEYATLAWRichmond OFFICE BUILDINdMAIN STREET Collections And Real Estate A Specialty E B McCOY Dentist Berea Kentucky C Ir OGG Firstclass PhotographyCe- nter Strut Berea Ky MEAT MARKET I have reopened the Meat Market on Main Street Fresh Meats VegetablesinM B RAMSEY Berea Ky nu BETTER E Three Years in Richmond And out of all the sols of teeth that have loon made at my office if there is set or any sots that show any defects I will make new set free We are making best set of teeth in tho world S7GO and if detects how in iv years we give you a new set free This applies to all tho tooth have made or am going to make the best alloy fills in the world at 75 cents DR HOBSON Dentist Permanently located in tho lIobsor Building next door to Gov ernmeut Building Richmond Kentucky Reference Richmond National Bank Special Prico to Students INVEST WITHIThe Ideal Realty RESERVE CONTRACTSfPLANS Than any other company doing business in the State Those seeking honest legitimate investments will ruceive our most cordial and thoroughattention DR C E SMOOT Pres S M TULOK Sec Gen MirJ S CRUTCHKR Treas Capital Stools S1OOOO HOME OFFICE RICHMOND KY FINE FURNITURE SALE It will be to your interest to inspect stook before ybur buy pricesHardwoodCouches at special bargain prices during the month Everything in tt furniture Lino Groat Sale on Carpets and Rugs for Cash Wo invite all our Boron Friends nnd all Citizen subscribers to cal and inspoot boforo making purchases 5 UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY Day Phone 73 Night Phone 66 W FARM CENTS one tht for LL our JO S JOPLIN Richmond Ky IIpSSSSSSSsSS iSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS S Falland Winter E ANTICIPATE today our wants and needs for tomorrow ANTICIPATE in the Fall our wants in Shoes and Furnish ing Goods We have ANTICIPATED your wants and arc ready to supply them from a large and complete stocK Mons and Bovs Shoos Heavy Boots Bootees Felt and Rubbor Boots Underwear Neckwear SocKs Gloves Hats Caps Umbrellas Rain Coats You will find us complete in STYLE QUALITY and PRICli and will save you money which is the greatest anticipation of all 1 DOUGLAS CATCHER West Main Street RICHMOND KY tGeo W Pow Is our BEREA AGENT and has a line of our samples Goods can be had of him at the same pricevas i charged In Our Store at Richmond 9 SSSS SSSSSS8SSS Mk t r i THE CITIZEN A Weekly Newspaper l BEREA KENTUCKY Ou 00 OUR PLATFORM This paper aims to bring the best reading to every fire side is a great thing but it makes a big difference what you read THE CITIZEN brings first of all the newsnot every tale f crime or horror but the im portant 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 which should lighten thbr labors for the farmer some valuable hints which will help him to make more from his land and cattle We propose to get the best ideas that can be found on all such practical and important matters 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 any time step into the largest Col lege library in the State and he has engaged several of the most distinguished instructors in the College to take charge of special departments in the paper Those who are visited by THE CITIZEN will know what is going on in the world Every week it will tell them somethingworth knowing THE CITIZEN is pledged tone party It is every mans friend U stands for the things which benefit all temperance thrift kindness enterprise and education And we ask all who believe in these things 10 subscribe for THE CITXZEH PROGRESS OF THE NEGRO RACE Conference Friday Night Oct 25th in Berea College Chapel t fThere will ba a conference of all citizens interested in the welfare and progress of the colored race in the College Chapel at early candlelight on Friday night Oct 25th Pres and Mrs Frost will tell oftheirrecent r visit to the great schools at Hamp ton and Tuskegee and there will be interesting talks by others Let eve rybody be on hand- DEDICATION OF THE AD MINISTRATION BUILDING- All citizens of Berea and vicinity are invited to the dedicatory exercises of the new Administration Building at early candlelight On Saturday night Oct 26th- Neighbors will gather in the Chap el for some public exercises and thence repair to the new building for the Dedicatory prayer and to see its rooms and finally go to the Ladies Hall for light refreshments All who remember the dedication of Science Hall will anticipate much pleasure on this occasion t COLLEGE SCRIPT The work which Uerea College furnishes is an untold blessing to a- veryE large number of persons The work furnished to students is paid for at the end of each mouth under the following conditions Berea College gives all the work it can to those who wish to earn money for Education dividing it among a number so that each may earn a part of his expenses The pay is to be used only for Education in Berea and is given in College Script This Script is a credit or due billand can be used like money to pay any dues to the College It is not transferable except to members of the same family- If a student earns more than enough for College fees and does not board with the College the Treasurer may take up some Script and pay its value on boardbills to authorized householdersFOR SALE- A fancybred Ioland China Boar seven mouths old He is a fine show hog and will be a good herdheader 7 For Information GEO W addressI I LOCAL AND PERSONAL I Sheriff Colyer was in Borea Tues dayGeo W Pow was in Richmond TuesdayRev G Combs is holding serv ices at the Glade Church this week The Berea Hank has money to loan on approved personal or collateral security Miss Stella Singleton of Lexing ton is visiting Mrs Fayette Vaughn in the country Mrs Dr Cornelius left Tuesday for a visit to her sister Mrs Laura Jones at Livingston It is the purpose of the Berea Banking Co to deal justly and liber ally with all Ernest Todd left Thursday last for Cornell where he will take special studies this year Dr G A Burgess left for a two I weeks trip to the mountains last TuesdayMrs Burdette and daughter Miss Nora were Richmond visitors WednesdayA quickly observes and appreciates the Character of Service he receives at the Berea Bank Misses Nannie and Mattie Bales who are teaching in Rockcastle Coun ty visited home folks last Saturday The new Bank is starting out with an excellent business and no doubt will continuo to prosper Ottie R McNutt who was at Berea last year is working at his trade at New Brighton Pa He sends for THE CITIZEN Mrs Walton Eason of Lancaster and Mrs Tom Eason of Danville were here from Friday till Monday visiting friends and relatives- C L Sturgill who was at Berea lastI year is in the employ of the John Shillito Co Cincinnati 0 and planning to return for further studyI Mrs S C Mason delightfully en tertained number of little folks last Friday in honor of the birthday of her niece who is here on a visit Mrs Sarah L Hoag who met with a painful and serious accident while horseback riding last Thursday is improving very rapidlyID I Powell of Jackson County went to Georgetown Tuesday sum moned as a witness for the Commonwealth in the Caleb Powers case Mrs Dr Burgess and daughter Esther returned from a trip Down East last Thursday Mrs Burgess mother accompanied them on their return home We are to have a new drug store in town Dr Cornelius willengage in this business in the stand occupied by C C Rhodus Success to Dr CorneliusISaturday last wax an ideal day for the Mountain Excursion and theI large number of students and others who took in the trip thoroughly en joyed themselves Horace Caldwell a former student at Berea after a long stay in the Philippines is now at Fort Flagler Wash Horace is working by dayI and studying at night The funeral of Mrs Lou Ratcliffe the mother of Jessie and Joe Rat cliffe former students at Berea took place at the Christian Church MilI lersburg on Friday Oct 4th The Sale in Equity of the mer chandise stock of Richardson Powell which was advertised for Oct 8th was postponed because of a peti tion in bankruptcy having been filed Fortysix teachers and other work ers are employed in Berea College the present year Several are absent on leave this fall but all will be here at the opening of the Winter Term Dec 11th W C Taylor a graduate of Berea 87 who has been actively engaged in educational work for several years in Kentucky has been called to the principalship of the Industrial Schools at Manassas Va T K Tutt Jr of Spradling Ky a new subscriber to TUE CITIZEN was in town the first of the week looking for a location Mr Tutt wants to bring his family to Berea so they can have the advantages offered by theI College The Congregational Church held a social Tuesday night at the home ofI Mrs E L Hanson The Sabbath school scholars were present also and enjoyed a number of games Refreshments were served It was theI organlzatioDIlof Frost and who expects to remain in this neighborhood for some time addressed a large and attentive congreg- atiOD at the Chapel Sunday even ing on her Pioneer Educations Work in the Rocky Mountains J C Beck Jr of Richmond Gen Agt of the Mutual Insurance Com pang of Kentucky paid Tux CITIZEN a call on Wednesday Mr Beck left us three subscriptions one for Miss Nellie Beck Editor of the Courier In formant of Barlow Fla one for Mrs R S Cromer Pensacola Fla and the other for himself at Richmond Miss Beck and Mrs Cromer are sisters of Mr Bock MERCERSDDRO PA Oct 401 DEAR CTTIZEN Enclosed is a P 0 moneyorder for fifty cents for m subscription to THE CITIZEN I thank you for the back numbers sent I almost wonder now how I have done without it so long Even though it has been over three years sinew I left Berea I still see familiar names in the columns of your paper I feel as though I wer renewing my4 ac quaintance with the faces of friends I must truly say that the friendships formed at Berea are deeper and the associations dearer than any I have yet experienced Not long ago I had the pleasure of visiting Mr J T Baker who Is Principal of the High School at Clearfield the countyseat of our home county Wishing all good things for Berea College and prosperity for TilE CITIZEN I am Sincerely PEROT MDLOCK a former Berean SECOND MONTH OF FALL TERM The second month of the Fall Term began yesterday and a largo number of new students were registered Those who enter at this time have- a reduction of tho incidental fee and other expenses There are many young men and young women who are doing little good this fall at home and who ought to start in schoolat once Madison County The Court Day dinner given by the ladies of the Christian Church Richmond netted 7895 Go to the Bank for your money orders the cheapest and safest Me Hum of Exchange Rev Dr Lambkin of Texas is holding a series of meetings in the Baptist Church Richmond George Turner a colored boy was arrested last Sunday charged with trying to set fire to Creechs Store in Richmond Enoa Kimball of Kingston is lying at home very sick from consumption There has been and is much sick ness in Richmond Dont send money by mail but get money order or draft from Berea Bank which will insure safety The cost is very small Mr Thomas Million is being urged by his friends over the county to make the race on the Republican ticket for County Clerk The grade of the new pike leading north out of Wallaceton is completed The work was done by J S Rutherford in a very satisfactory mannerIrvine Cusins of near Kirkaville lost his tobacco barn by fire a week ago The barn contained about five acres of new tobacco it was a total loss Joel T Embry County Assessor ln9394 died at his home in Waco Saturday Oct 5 1901 The burial was in Richmond cemetery Sunday morning The District Convention of Chris tiara Endeavor Societies will be held in Richmond October 2527 It ie hoped that Secretary Baer of the Worlds Christian Endeavor Union will be in attendance Court Day last Monday was well attended The horse and mule market was full but prices ruled low and few sales were made Cattle sales were briskand prices low Hogs brought top prices but not many were on sale Rev J R Howes who for the past five years has had charge of the pastorate of the M E Church at College Hill Wallaceton and Bybee town has been changed to Sardis Mason County and the Rev J L Sturgill will succeed him hero in Madison County The Jackson County Sunday School Association will convene in McKee Saturday Nov 9th at 930 a m It is hoped that Prof A E- Fox Secretary of the State Sunday school Association will be present TN A FREIGHT WRECK FOUR MEN MEET INSTANT DEATH AND ONE 13 BADLY HURT Third Section of the Train Juiiimn Into the Second Which was Htitinl lag at a Lonely Station Debri s Takes Flre- Logansport Ind Oct 7ln a rear sad collision of freight trains at On ward 14 miles southeast of hero tour Panhandle trainmen mot with inuan t death and a fifth was badly Injured The dead Elbert Qreeley conductor Thomas H Broslus flagman S A Oalbreath brakeman John Hutch ison fireman Frank PatterSon engi neer was seriously Injured Conductor Weaver In charge of the second section of train No 70 an en yand two cabooses left Hartford City for Logaasport In the rear ca boose were Qalbreath Brolus and Oreeley who kad been working on the gravel train at Hartford City and who were en route to this city to spend the day with their families They were all asleep as the train stopped near Onward to make up steam Th e flagman was sent out to watch for the third section from the east and no danger was thought of until the train loomed up too elose for any to escape except Weaver who jumped and got off uninjured The third section with Engineer Frank Patterson at the throttle had attained high aped and when It struck the rear caboose tho engine reared In the air turned clear around and came down on her side IB the ditch mashing a number of cars Into kindling wood and burying In the debris the sleeping trainmen and Hutchi son the fireman for Patterson The wreckage promptly caught Ore and the flames kept at bay the uninjured train men and the men who gathered from nearby farmhouses A special train conveyed a part of the Logansport fire department to the scene Trains Meet Quebec Oct fTwo Quebec Cen tral trains collided between Sher brooko and Levis and three men were killed and two seriously wounded The accident occurred between Thet ford mines and Robertson staton A number of Americans were on both trains and returned here on a special Tho accident was duu to a train dis patcher at Sherbrooke who Kavo an order to the train running Inui Icvls to cross the up train at Robertson and Instructions to the latter tralb to cross at Hlack Lako The former eta tion Is north and the latter south of Thotfdrd mines The killed are En gineer Alto Fireman Dean Mall Clerk Roy The seriously wounded are Mall Clerk Lachance Baggage man Miles Half Million Dollar Fire Alton Ills Oct 3JoIre that broke I out In the plant of the K 0 Stannard Milling company oa the river front destroyed that and sevoral other buildings causing a loss atlmatod at 400000 A high wind blow the sparks broadcast threatening destruction of the business section of Alton and St Louis was asked for help A special train carried two engine companies here and they with tho local depart mente finally got the flames under con trol The heaviest losers are E O Stannard Milling company 260000 George B Hayden machine shop 116 Ouj Farmers elevator 25000 and the Model hotel = 5000 Miss Helen Long Dead Hlngham Mass Oct 6Miss lid en Long second daughter of Swore tary John D Long died Friday night The end came sooner than was expected although when the secretary was summoned from Washington early In the week It was known that his daughters condition was critical Miss Long died of pulmonary trouble which had lte inception after close attention to the social duties during Secretary Longs first term in the cab met Mrs Longs health had failed and It was necessary for Miss Helen to take her place Fired to Shield a Crime Marlon Ind Oct STbe large barn on the farm of Joseph Luger near here was destroyed by Ire involving a loss of 5000 While the flames were burning their brightest a- mman was seen In a reclining position Inside the barn His charred body was found In the ruins after the Ire had been extinguished No clew to his Identity That the Ire was of In cendlary origin Is not doubted and Is thought the barn may have been I fired to cover up a crime- burfedAlfve Lebanon Ind Oct SCal Gibson and son William and son In law Ed Bailey were burled alive while ditch Ins on the elder GIbson farm three miles east of Jamestown The men were at work near a gravel pit when the banks caved in Baileys hand was all that was left above ground He was saved but the others were dead when taken out The victims are both men of family New Jersey Democrats Trenton N J Oct IMaorJames M Seymour of Newark was nominated on the second ballot as the Democratic candidate for gover nor of New Jersey in a convention that at times was turbulent In the extreme but which for all that was free from displays of Illtemper State Chairman William Gourley was per manent chairman of the convention Twsntysix Officers Put Out London Oct fThe latest South African casualty list shows that the fighting In the attack on Colonel Ke kewlchs camp at Moedwlll Septem ber 29 put twentysix British officers out of action Four were killed out right or died of wounds and 22 were wounded Colonel Kekewlch was wouAded severely but U doing well FINAL RACE Mow the Columbia licstcil tho Shamrock For the Third Time New York Oct iWhen the gal lant sloop Columbia returned to her anchorago under escort of tho ontlro excursion fleet she had completed her defense of tho honored trophy In nn other stirring race with thin Shamrock II over a leeward and windward race of 30 miles crossing the flnlHh line two seconds behind her antagonist but winning on the time allowance conceded by Uptons boat by 41 sec onds For the second tlmo she has now successfully foiled tho attempt of tho Irish knight to wrest from our possession the cup that moans the yachting supremacy of tho world And plucky Sir Thomas Lipton standing on the bridge of the Erin led his guests In throe hearty htizznlis for the successful defender The series of races just closed will always be memorable as the closest ever sailed for tho cup and Sir Thorn as although defeated will go home with the satisfaction of knowing that his golden yacht Is tho ablest foreign boat that ever crossed the western ocean The race on paper was the closest of the series but because of the fluklness of the wind on the beat home as a contest of tho relative merits of tile yachts It Is not to be compared with the magnificent truly run and royally fought battles of Saturday and Thursday 0 11V WIIITKCAlS Over a Dozen Negroes Are Shot flown Four Will Die Lewlsburg Tcnn Oct 8Flttrennegroes were wounded foifr of them fatally by whitecaps near Canoy Springs a few miles from hero Sov oral of the wounded are women ino of whom had her eyes shot out Nu merous thefts committed In the tanoy Springs vicinity recently have fcicatly aroused the community and the whitecap organlcatlon It Is said le- the result Thirtyfive negroes wore returning In a body from a festival and were halted at the end of a brkxi by men wearing white masks and armed with shotguns and Ills tab The name of each negro was demanded sand upon answering several wer al lowed to pass Finally ono Instead of giving his name fired on his giles tioner The whltecappcr fell and his comrades poured a volley Into lie negroes who ned leaving the wound ed behind Tbe whltecappcrs after tho fusillade left In buggies carrying the wounded member with them Serious Fire Plttsburg Oct 7Flrt In tho Pitta burg clay pot works In Allegheny damaged the plant to the extent of 280000 Injured six men and unforced an Idleness of several months upon a force of 1C5 workmen The injured men were firemen who were on the roof of the boiler house when the wall fell and they were carried with It None of them will die Tho fire orig inated In the boiler room from nn un known cause and quickly burned Its way through Into the upper floors used as a drying room and kept at a high temperature From there they communicated to block No3 and It was soon reduced to ruins Rebels Active In China Kong Kong Oct 2 Thousands ot rebels after sacking the German mis lion at Plang Thong attacked Illn Nan a city near Canton They wer repulsed but they attacked Shakraa where they were again repulsed Two thousand Chinese troops hue been sent to suppress them Disorders have arisen In the Yang Tee provinces ow lag to the ravages of the floods and the division of the relief funds by corrupt officials These threaten to cul minate In rebellion The situation is very grave and the local authorities have been ordered to raise troops and to place the districts In a state of de tense Seventeen Victim Victoria B G Oct 2 Seventeen men are dead as a result of the Ire In extension mine No2 belonging to the Wellington Colliery company The lames started froa a curtain which caught fire from a miners lamp While the rescuers were at work soy eral explosions occurred When It was realised that the men could not be saved a strong force started to choke the mine but their work was undone by a terrific explosion which blew down the barricade Famous Scout Last Trail Denver Oct STom Horn famous throughout the west as a detective and government scout Is at Bt Lukes hospital and Is reported to be at the point of death the result of an assault during a row In a saloon In which two or three well known local prizefight ers are said to have been Involved No arrests have as yet been made Foll iiigM Stone London Oct 8It Is reported from Sofia that United States Consul Dick enson and an envoy of the missionary society arrived there Saturday Intend ing to follow up Miss Stone the abducted missionary and to deposit a portion of the ransom The brigands have extended the time for payment one month Three Burned to Death Plpestone Minn Oct 2in a fire which destroyed a barn near tho vii lage of Trasby this county Claude Mann Fred Koulette and Elbert Evarts member of a threshing ma chine crow of nine men who were asleep in the barn were burned to death Their six companions escaped Mr Shepard Accepts New York Oct 8 Edward M Shepard of Brooklyn the Democratic candidate for mayor of Greater New York returned from Lake George Ho was waited on at his residence by a committee of the party who formally notified him of his nomination and Mr Shepard accepted the honor 1- P TUB SUNDAY SCHOOL h LESSON II FOURTH QUARTER INTER NATIONAL SERIES OCT 13- Tart of the IUD Utn cult 2O lo ml IB Mrniuo Vrrarn Ul li Uulil vn Vest Gen assts SI Cmiiinrn tar lir the HPV II 31 MritniM- Cci tljht lull tjr Amrtlrtn IfcM AwxUtlon- IS 21lie Wee there In the prUon but the Ixml was with Joseph Tim last KHMIII lIft Jompli a slave In the holme of Potlphnr In Egypt but verse 2 of thin chapter says The Iml was with Joseph and ho wax n prosperous man He seems by the Kraws of God to have risen nlwvtf nil hU clrcunwtnuirit young though lie was and trying tliunith they were tool to have tletermlneJ that God should lw glorified In him Ihll I ilO Potlphnr saw that the Ix rd was with him and mode all that lit did to trouper ThU b splendid testimony and mlRht by the gram ot Cod be true ut every believer compare chapter xxvi2S Then notice 1utlphars iinlxwndfd confidence r In him He put all tint he hall In Josephs lined and left It there without n care ie In vimit 4 to II tho expreHidon all hat he had four times Ul us without hcs Itatlttn plan all that wo are and have In tjie betide of our Lord Jesus and leave all there with the full amiuranee that He will sty to It 1s Mivll D Prov xvi 3 Think of thin widow and the boy who each gave oil to Him Luke xxl 4 1hn vL 11 The advirnary cannot stand such rtelitiiiuMic soul victory over clrcum Htumvii and he la permitted to humlllatfl JiiMph yet wore no under a base false accusation Joseph U cast Into prlnon but brine Innocent the Ionl h with him and lighten hU allllrtloii wtmewhat by giv lag him favor In the sight of the keeper of the prWu lint It was hard for him for a time for It Is written that aey hurt his fret with fetters he Will laid In Iron until the time that his word curae the word of the Ixird tried him I cv I 18 111 We tray ImaRlne the advenary ugeei tlng that now nil GIs vision end dreams lUll come to naught for he wquld never get out of this prison yet we doubt not that Ile mind was tald upon Jrho I rah and he had victory by faith 22 13 Whatsoever they did there be Will the doer of It Aa In 1ollpharV d butts no In the prison all thing were placed under him The keeper of the ou 1001llIot to anything for It was dent that the Lund was with lain rrbImade all that he did to prtxper KtanrvM do not always Indicate prtwixrlty or utherwlm It U thepneenceatulhiese j Ing of God that constitute true prosper I ity Daniel Will pruniKTou In the den and Ida friend In the fiery lionIPavld was more pronperuu than the king even though he did from him for lot Wlllt with him Every itrp In the lire of Joseph and of David wsi a step lo a throne and no It is with the be t Meyer for the ovcrcumer is promised a t sect with Christ on 11111 throne Rev IIII21 The cross U the way to the 1111 Iharaohi chief huller and bak er suddenly find themselves with Joseph In the prina and he wrvm them while they continue then for a orasnn Like our Ixird Jesus Joseph U not only num torn with IrsnusrvuHoni and his things laid to his charge that be knew not but be I slo an Illustration of mlnbterlng unto others rather than living mlnlitereJ unto dm Illl 1U IM xxxv 11 Mith xx 28 The offense of these olBcera brought them not only Imprisonment but tho iHtsslblllty of death If our Lord Wlllt strict to mark Iniquity who could stand But He U the lon Ood merciful and I KraiIons forgiving Iniquity trauigrv kion and sin though Ho will by no mesas clear the guilty who refuse to turn to Him Kx xxxlv tJ 7 57 One morning Joseph linda these two primmer very unhappy and mini testing It ft plainly In their tare that be asked theta Wherefore look ye so sadly today We think of our lonla ques inn to the two who walked to Kmtnaus What manner of communication are thesv that ye have one to another II ye walk and are sadr Luke xxlriT But their sadness Will due to their unbehlrbIOne day thin king noticed that was sad Neb II 15 but his sadness was due to hls sorrow because of tie des elation of the holy city Jerusalem The fellowship of ChrUtH suffering will bring us touch sorrow but In the midst of nil we they rejoice In the ton as sor rowful yet always rejoicing II Cor vl 10 8 Do not interpretations belong to Gad Tell me them I pray you They were sad because of their dreams which they had rich dreamed In the same night soul which they could not understand They bad not forgotten their dreams and retained only a sort of troubled remem brance like Nebuchadnezzar but though they could not tell each one his dream they fcarcd lest no one could explain the dreams Joseph saying Interprets tions belong to God tell your dream to me was equal to saying I am ac quainted with God or I am hero for God or Got Is with me See chapter xII 10 and olio Dan II IS 28 What a blessed thing to be ao Intimate with Goo to walk with Him In such communion Yet that U the privilege of a child of God III Cor vl 1018 John xiv 23 Deut- xxxiv10 1115 They toM their dreams to Joseph and ho Interrupted them and It came to pass according to the Interpretation the chief butler WIN restored to his butlorxhlp again soul the chief baker was hanged verve 21 22 The butler told hi dream first and when thin baker saw that the Interpretation was good he also told his dream and Joseph Will faithful In hIs In terpretation though It foreboded no goal to tho baker The servant of led must declare judgment and mercy with equal faithfulness It la not for him to withhold anything for fear of hurting peo ples feelings See the faithfulness of Samuel when but a child In declaring the whole mcssnRp to Ell 1 Item Ill 1718 How touching the entreaty of Joseph to till chief butler Think on mo when It shall be well with thee and show kind ness I pray thee unto me etc verses 11 15 Ho did not cease to feel the wrong that was done to him he did not forget bis poor old father from whom he had been stolen nor the homo from which he had been so cruelly snatched away and probably It was a dally conflict to rise above these things and do hU work with a quiet mind How sad to read In verse 231It did not the chief butler temember Joseph lint forget him It makes one think of the poor wise man who delivered a city yet no one remem bared that same poor man EccL Ix 14 II THE MARKETS Al REfOKTCU A 0 NORMAN A CO CINCINNATI Oct CITrLECommon165 i 27- frButchern415 M BOO 1 Shipper 475 W 525 CALVES Choico 550 W 600 Largo Commou300 ij 400 lIoosColl1lJ1ou 410 tJ 616 A Fair good light 585 611- Packing6 40 655 SiiKKf Good to choice 250 300 Common to fair 125 J 225 LAMosGood to chotco850 Q 435 II Common to fair 200 j 825 781UoRNNo FLOUR Winter patent 840 H80 to fancy JOOM HIIO- IIr Family 2J15 fa 205 MILL PEED 17000 1850- HATNO Tuuolhy1250 fir 1300 No2 1050 fill 00 80sPOULTBT S ringers pr lb 86 AUOOl4tcJntTurkey heim 7 Spring Turkey li Ducks 6 Eoos Froah near by 17 II Goose Hints Wet altod 71 Q 81 No dry salt t k8 Bull M 61 Sheepskins 40 r TALLOW Prime city BJ 61- II Country 6 43 51 WOOL Unwashed iiKxIium combing 16 Q 17 0Tub 2J- 26 FEATHERS GIMMO now nearly white 44 to 18 Q 42 Duckcolored to white 28 J 3I Chicken white no quills 18 Turk y body dry 12 j 16 ArithmeticA IDerea In not a moneymaking insti It girt the service of all iU toachere It charges only an inci dental feo to help pay for swooping and wanning tho school rooms etc IThe Hospital fi o nsun i rare In that you am safer in Berca than at hornet And then you muttt lire at Bens you htivn to lat oven if you stay at homo You may hoanl yourself under projxir regulations boanl In approved familim In Benm or board at nut In College buildings The items an given Mow ami should ho studied carefully Xottcn oiM cally Hoom fuol Incidental fee and IF ono months hoard must bo paid in advance 2 Fuel will be tints wore In the winter 50 yenta lose In the spring i 3 Students below A Grammar School pay only 350 for incidental Academy student pay fliW and Collegn ntudenta pay 050 4 Students in A Gramnmrand bo low have fret lnxtbookn 5 Students bring their own bed I ding and towelH 6 If you got any work to do for tho College you are paid at tho end of each month In credits on school expenses 7 They cant lend you monoy but the Treasurer and every teacher will be your frfrnd- Necessary Expenses for Twelve Weeks School Ferncm wbo board tbtmwlTe raa fixail ninth or little u they choose on Urlng eipenica It pal to have a extra monrjr for t urn bonk and other thlnga But the iwonMrjr xpenam an nnlr u follows To pa thtflrattlajr LADID HALL MALI School Incidental Fee I M 94 Kz Hwnllal Kcc 2v U pensn hooka etc about 2 00 2 00 ilcnrral Deposit 100 100 Room stove elr 2 00 2 10 alillOI 2 r4 e 00 Rent 01 Iaunilrr eFlat Months Hoard 6 00 600- LIJD iletermpeustw 60 llriflmiln hl Mo Fowl 5 00 6 00 Beglnnlnic Sd Mo Board 8 00 6 00 at 73 128 2Total 10111 Weak 8775 97 IS For tlinoo tHlow Iraminar deduct tho tl fo booti audit tram htcldental ire making total only sII7e- When four girls room together each user It on ham and IJ or mnru on fuel making the total 317S Hclaucd below Jrummar JaliI li M cent more In Winter an4 M renU t low In Spring to rm r Two roomi or hnuaukeeplnir with Korea etc ji ran unially ho rented for from II to M a term Th prlc of at big calf little tau bark rat low homespun bedeoen will give ri form of school which will rh uge unna whole Ufa for tbo better WANTKOCapable reliable jicrwin in every county to represent largo company of willd fnon clal reputation IM unary per year payable weekly tl per day absolutely sure and all cxpcn M itralght boim fide definite salary no com mlnlou Mary paid each Satunlay and expcnao money advanced each week UTANIUKD UOUHiCXM CHICAGO FARM BUTTER MAKING Detail to Be Obierrrd to flerare the Ret IlenullB Tim ability to make Rood butter IB worth money to a farmer ami ids fami ly In these days when much Inferior iiuullty Is on the iiiiirvt pnyH nn Ohio fanners wife In National tjtockiimn I will omit saying anything about the way time Htaulo should too tlianed or how the milking should he done An have never been able to detect any barnyard odor In either milk or butter 1 will leave that for the Bclentlllc dairy man to write about In delecting milk palls get the very best heavy tin not those with double bottoms see that ev cry scam In well soldered over and per icily smooth and even and there will no chance for filth to gather I have seen milk pall that had a yellow nedl bent along every slam In washing nlln look well to the KeamH and see that they are kept perfectly clean The BtrnliKr pall needs especial attention After It IH wanhed take a nail brush one that Is kept for this purpose and ROIIIU coarse salt and thoroughly brush the strainer several timed a week If necessary After washing and the palls and cants or crocks scaldlnlj wipe dry and set In the froth air right slue up paint I wish to call particular toright slue up Then they attentionI Niinned Inside where It Is Is n great mUtako to turn them upside down on a table or picket fence aa many do for hot air rises and has no way of escape but condenwH In the vessels and causes bad odors Much of the milk IR tainted by handling the milk utensils In an Improper and care less manner Ve have four shotgun cans to cool the cream In after It conies from the separator nod three large creamery catis to ripen the cream In After thet e cans are emptle they are lIt rinsed with cold water cold the washed with hot water and wiped dry and then scalded with bolllug water cud set outdoors Bummer and winter to be thor oughly aired They are left outdoors until wanted then they are again scald ed with bolllug hot water and rinsed with cold water Since I have adopted this precaution our butter Is perfectly sweet and sells III gilt edge butter in any market I have never bad one pound brought back but have never Iwen able to supply the demand In keeping a quantity of dram cans you can give them the proper airing which they must have If ono expects to make Gutter that com mauds a high price Wo ki vp the cream but of the cellar Only In extreme warm weather do we keep It In the cellar Where one has Ice the better way to keep the cream Is to set It In Ice water until you have enough for a churning then your the cream Into a well aired can put In a start er About one tablespoonful of sour milk or buttermilk to a gallon of cream Is sulllclcnt at tills season of the year Let stand until loppered then churn at degrees If Jersey cream If Short horn cream at degrees Should the ulI1titwarns add cold water Stir the credo while adding water The churn should be tame temperature as the cream PrUr WlnnlMK Jersey Rail The Jersey bull Dewey KiSJ the property of the Duke of Marlborough Htanhelm Home Farm Woodstock England was calved on Aug 1808 and wan bred by Mr P F Abler Jer icy his sire being Reminder 2410 dam Etna 7203 lit has won the following prizes In 1800 second Trlng show at Trlng 1000 second Oxford shire Oxford ant Wiltshire Devices muiXT HULL DXWKT first Bath and West Bath second Hoynl counties Winchester he Royal MarketMt OUltRI re second Oxfordshire Thame Unit Hath and West Croydou first Royal Counties Weymouth Deweys sire Re minder 2110 Is also sire of Perry Knrm Reminder first prize 2yearold bull at the Hath and West show at Croydon Clover Bloat Clover bloat can always be prevented by keeping the cattle off the clover while It Is wet with rain or dew says Prairie Farmer The usual cause of death when an animal Is bloated la congestion of tile lungs from pressure of the stomach against them The Mesh of such animal should be darker In color from the stoppage of blood In the small vessels than the flesh of an ani itrwould poison allY one to eat the flesh of such animals The best remedy for clover bloat Is to make an opening In the upper part of the left flank with a pocUetknlfc and thrust the fingers Into the opening Then the gas will escape at the sides of the finger Or use some hollow tube to put Into the opening Retention of Placenta The placenta should be removed by the hand after the third day and the parts washed out with one part of car bolic acid to CO of soft water It Is not likely the cow will be so affected the following year Lunar Fever In Calve Give each calf a teaspoonful com pound sirup of squills and one ounce liquor acetate of ammonia at a dose three times a day In pilehalf pint of water IISlow to Make Orange Soak onehalf box of half cupful of cold water add one cup ful boiling water juice of two lemons one pint orange juice two tablespoon fuls sugar end stir until dissolved and strain When set unmotd on a bed of green salad fill the center with orange pulp treed from seeds end membrane Place an orange cut limbo eighths so as to represent a lily and serve very cold A rich anti dainty dish How to Mnke Lotion For Ollr akin Dried rose leaves one ounce white wine vinegar onehalf plntj rosewater onehalf pint Pour the vinegar upon the rose leiivca and let It stand for one week then strain and add the rosewater throwing the rose leaves away The lotion may be used either pure or diluted by putting about n tablespoon ful Into a cupful of rainwater Do net keep In a metal vessel How to Make epaalb Botjp nn onion with a slice of green IInoli Press through the colander aill milk mid a tablespoonful each of Jour urn butter rubbed together to Remove Mildew IlIu can be removed by dipping In buttermilk and then blcacv log them In the sunshine MALCOM KIRK A Tale of Moral Heroism In Oreroominff the World By OHABLEB M BHELDOH- JvtAor vf lit lilt Supt OueOtrton FMUp Struna llobtft Uardut Seven Days OoprrUhl IMO by the AdriMt Pobliahlac oi CHAPTER XIV FAITH LEAVES TILE laKE NEST An she picked up the coat she was looking nt her mother closely and could see that she wits troubled Mother said Faith suddenly I dont think people ought to Impose on Malcom ran along the platform and luitulcd up un envelope to tattti father the way they do They know he would take everything he has and give It away If we didnt prevent him and they just Impose on his greathearted generosity And you and the boys have to suffer for It Hush Faith Your father does what seems to him the wise and Chris tian thing to do It Is true that everybody In the county cornea to him for help Hut that Is what makes his work what It In There Is no one else they think of that way Dorothy spoke with the pride of 23 years com panionship with the man of her choice 8ho loved hint now with deeper truer devotion than she had ever known In her younger days Faith waa silent a moment But bow can father afford to give money to people I dont think be ought to Dorothy did not answer at once need the help of money more than anything else how else shall we help them 7 Sympathy and prayers dont seem to bo enough In such cases I think father might make Mr Barnes a present of a box of soap said Faith I am sure he needs that as much as the 5 ho has come to beg forThey are very poor sighed Dor othySo are we replied Faith Or we shall be If we always give to every bodyDorothy did not answer this and Faith picked up the coat and worked on In silence She was evidently plan ning something serious In her mind It was not the first time she had ventur ed to remonstrate about the habit her father had of helping all sorts of pee pie Until a few years past Dorothy had not allowed a thought of the mat ter to disturb her Malcouis salary was very small still The most rigid economy was necessary to keep the tamely expenses within the Income The nominal Income from his writings now amounted to about 500 but a large part of It was given away and Dorothy fated Increasing difficulty each year In managing the household financesThe door opened and Malcora and his viator came down stairs- I am going out for a little while Dorothy Mrs Barnes Is very sick and I am going over there Dont wait dinner for me If Im not back before halt past 12 He kissed his wife and went out Faith and her toothier watched the tall heavy figure go out of the yard with the unattractive Barnes shambling after him Malcom was growing gray but he was erect and vigorous In his prime sad to these two women watch Ilog him out of the window be was the man In the world Id like to ace any one say anything against father said Faith decidedly while an unusual tear came Into her eyes At the same time her mother and herself were wondering how Mul com ever found time to write Mil sermons or anything else Faith stole up to the study and look ed at the loose leaves of time sermon on the fathers desk The last words he had written were a quotation Whoso gtveth to the poor lendeth un to the Lord Dear old father sold Faith softly Id better let the Lord rebuke him At the same time weve got to live Here I am a woman grown and earn ing no bread and time boys want to go to college and mother saving every cent She went off to her own room that afternoon and brooded When Faith brooded something happened And It was not altogether a surprise to Dor othy when a tow days afterward Faith announced her decision Mother I have made up my mind to go away and earn something for the family Ive tried every possible place here and you know how It Is Dorothy looked at the girl gravely but did not say anything I have been writing to Grace Hot Icy who went to Chicago a year ago to learn retouching In Kcffens studio She Is earning as high as 17 and 18 a week She says there will be a va cancy there soon and It 1 apply at once I may get the place You know I have learned retouching here all they can teach me and I like It Mother I cant stand It any longer to remain hero at home doing nothing The boys will soon want to go to college I never cared about It I want to be a photographer or an architect or a pa per hanger or something useful If fa timer can spare enough money to get me started I can bo In a position before the year Is out to help the tamely We never can break father of his habits of helping everybody and I want to be self supporting and help the rest too This was a long speech for Faith to make but It was the beginning of sev oral family conferences and the end of It all was that one day In winter of that year Faith and her father went down to the station and Faith took the express for Chicago The arrangements haul all been completed for her to enter the studio where she was to receive fS a week to begin with and promise of rapid Increase If the work was satisfactory Goodby father Dont give away your overcoat before you get home will you Faith called out of the window as the train started Malcom lark smiled and waved his hand Then he ran along the platform and handed up an envelope to Faith She managed to kiss his hand as she took the envelope and then leaned back In her seat and cried When she opened the envelope a check for 25 dropi ed out This Is a good companion my dear You will find It good company on the road Your father This was written hastily In a note with the check Faith understood It was time price of a story Malcom bad written that fall She tucked the check Into her purse and cried harder than ever But when she found herself In Chi cago next morning she set herself res olutely and with courage toward her new life The work In the studio was extremely Interesting to her Her letters to the people at home were very entertain ing anti even funny But after she had Ween In the city a few months she was obliged to face a serious condition one that she hind not anticipated In the first place It cost her nearly every cent of the f8 a week to live But economize aa she would after counting out rent and fuel and light with what hem clothes and car tare cost with everything that must enter Into the account of dolly existence she had very little left when Sunday came One day she realized with a shock that she bad been obliged to draw on the 25 cheek She had used all the money her father had been able to spare The work In the studio had for several weeks been piecework and It happened that business was dull and several weeks she had been able to earn lees than fS Then came a crisis that she had not counted on The studio changed bauds and the new proprietor began to cut down expenses and dismiss some of the retouchers Faith was one of the latest arrivals and one evening as she came down to the once from the little workshop under the roof she was noti fied that her services would not be wanted after the next week She went out of the studio and In stead of taking the car aa she usually was obliged to do on account of the distance to her room she walked on until she was at the corner of Madison and State streets She plunged through that boiling crowd of humanity and started to walk up State street the four miles that yet lay between her and her room And as sue walked on she was deeply thinking of what she would do The Idea of writing home for money was distasteful that she could not bear to entertain It tier lips closed firmly and she said to herself I never will do It while I can live I have made a failure out of It so far here but I cant burden father and mother right now I know how matters are going at home with all the expense there and Hermans Illness last month No no I started out to be a bread winner I must earn my own living She was suddenly brought to a stop by a crowd that filled up the sidewalk In front of a largo window There was a picture on exhibition there and Faith after running Into one or two people seeing what was the object of attraction stopped herself and gradually was pushed up to the window as the crowd went and came It wan v eU piWIg with life item figures representing the deck of an ocean steamer A man was holding a baby In his arms and the baby was looking up Into the mums face and smiling The title of the picture In gilt letters on the frame was simply MotherlessIt of those pictures that appeal to a common humanity and time crowd on time sidewalk was Irresistibly drawn to It But the effect on Faith was electrical As soon ns she had seen the face of the man on the canvas she exclaimed nloud Why thats father Those nearest her looked at her In surprise She checked herself and was silent But there before her was the likeness of Mnlcom lark as she had seen him In the sketch her mother had often shown her And the story of the baby whose mother hail died In mldocean was familiar to all the chil dren at home She looked at the corner of the can vas and saw time artists name Francis Raleigh A card In the window an nounced the fact that the picture was sold and that the artists studio was In ono of the new blocks on Randolph streetFaith slowly pushed out of the crowd Idearbaby made her cry And It also strengthened her purpose not to appeal for financial help from home She could not have told why that feeling accompanied her sight of the picture But It did and she determined that she would make every effort to support herself without help from home The end of the following week found her without a place and as she came away from the studio that Saturday evening she realized as never before In her life what It meant to a girl without any friends or a home to face a great city without work or means She knew that she could go home at any time or get help from that source If she asked for It But bow about the great army of unemployed that had not even that resort She shivered as she turned down toward the great artery of the citys human traffic and was swept along with It She went up by the window where the picture was still on exhibition and there was the usual crowd In front ItShe stopped again and looked hun grily at It It was like getting a glimpse Into the dear home circle In the parsonage at Conrad It was perhaps a little strange that she had not entertained the Idea of calling at Raleighs studio and telling him that she was the daughter of his subject In the picture But Faith was very shy In some ways and she simply never thought of trying to meet the artistAs she stood there this Saturday night two men In the crowd were talk Ing about the picture They stood so near her that she could not help hear ing what they said It ttccuis too bad to take the picture out of the window We can leave It there another weekWhen de you start west The last of next month Better leave It hero till then I think so too But what a tome It has Malcom Faith started at the familiar name and looked up The man who spoke was a middle aged gray bearded gentleman and the wan whom ho called Malcom was perhaps 25 years old a stalwart One looking fellow with something In his face that made Faith puzzle over something foreign there For nn In Btant their eyes met Then Faith blushed and moved back out of the crowd and went on She did not look back but she seemed to feel that the two gentlemen were looking after her They are the persons who have bought the picture and will take It away she said as she walked along She was sad at the thought for sue bad come to cherish the look at the fathers face which she had enjoyed every day since she first saw It there During the next few weeks Faith had an experience that tried her as she had never been tried She visited scores of photographers studios to get piecework In some of them she would find waiting a dozen girls all on the same errand She pros Why thats faUtnI ed the value of her work on several occasions for she had learned to do the retouching In a superior manner and still work as hard as she would the orders sue could get did not equal her which she had reduced to the lowest possible figures MM tale back to her room one day after an unsuccessful application Tor orders In 20 places thoroughly tired for she had walked a good many miles and the streets were running over with mud and snow She counted over her money and for the first time realized that she had reached the end She was determined not to run In debt although her laud lady In the lint land been very kind She went down to a little lIewllstandI evenlnFIof wants and wondered how In a city like that any out ever found anything to do She envied the butchers boy who was just coming out of a mar ket near by nnd thought of asking him how he managed to get his position while so many boys were probably without any She took the paper to her room and finally settled on one advertisement as offering a possible chance for her She had made up her mind for several weeks that she could not snake n living by retouching Ill do It she said with a faint flush of color In her face I wonder what mother would sayl The advertisement was as follows- WANTEDAn American girl to do cooking and general housework Wagei satisfactory Apply with references to Ellis avenue If I can get a week with my board I can save nearly every cent of It said Faith resolutely And mother taught me how to cook I am sure It Is as honorable a way to earn a liv lug as working In a store There was a bit of adventure In It also that attracted her The thought of Dorothy Gilberts daughter work Ing out ns a hired girl gave Faith something of a surprise at herself but It was a part of her love of experi ments that made possible the strange experience she was now about to know She went to the studio early Monday morning and secured good refer ences For the rest she said she would frankly ask the people to try her for a week at least and then employ her for what she could do She took a Cottage Grove avenue car and went directly to the number on Ems avenue It was a large house with a veranda on three sides Slave went around to the side entrance nnd mounting the steps rang the bell her heart trembling a little as she did so TO U CONTINUED Pursuant to call between 70 and 80 persons met in convention in Hanson Hall Tuesday evening to nominate candidates for the town offices to be voted for at the November election Prof Dodge was chosen chairman and E T Bish secretary Prof Dodge addressed the meeting on the evils of exclusive party politics in town and city governments recommending the selection of good citizens without respect to party affiliations A nominating committee was appointed and the following wore named for trustees E T Fish L V Dodge James Stigall J J Brannamah R G Ramsey for Marshall H K Richardson Time committee did not agree on a nomi nee for Police Judge and B R Robinson placed in nomination J L Gay and the convention unanimously endorsed the nomination Time ticket is called The Citizens Ticket and will bear tho portrait of the head and face of George Washington at the top BO YEARSI fTRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Ac mlqnlcklyoni trlctlyeonfldentuL Handbook on Iatenu patentslatents thoScientific elrlaUnewedealertMUNN a Branch offlca es F lit Washington IV C BUY T- HENKM E SEWING MACHINE Do not be deceived by those who advertise a 6000 Sowlllg Machino for 2000 This kind ofn machine caii be bought from us or nu of our rom 1500 toISOO- WE MAKE A VARIETY THE NEW HOME IS THE BEST The Feed determines tho strength ot weakness of Double Feed combined with other strong points makes the New Home tho best Sowing Machine to buy Wrtte for CIRCULARS showing the dif ferent styles ol Hewing MncliliR wo man uracturo and prices pure basing THE NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE ORANQt MAIS B Union Sq N Y Chicago Atlanta On 9U LouUfMo iltasTeiHnn Francisco tiv FOR SALE BY SISCO It COt Mlcbolasfille Ky THE GITIZENBEREA KYOCTOBER 10 1901 IRELIGIOUS THOUGHT jrmi llmnrd From the Tocklmi of All Denomination Iu the evolution of man character must finally prevail Hev Frank S Forbes ConitreBatlonallst Santa Bar barn Cat Get Ready for llrnrvn If we have a hope of heaven we will get reiidyfor heaven Ilev W J Me Klttrick Presbyterian St Louis A sad Mlatmke To live dimply for the present and for self Is a sad mistake Rev J D McCord Congregatlonallst Chicago SID Sin has no more right to a place in our life than a burglar has In our bed room Itcr John Thompson Metlu diet Chicago lion to Yale a Nan You cannot value a man according to what he Is today but according to what he way one day becomeRec Caleb A Itldlcy Montlcello Ga Our Ancient Sabbath The obligation to observe the Sabbath goes hack to the very purpoee of God concerning the world Rev So Mphus Stephan Methodist St Louis A Solemn Duty Hhorever n man Is In need we should see the opjwrtunlty of helping him In proportion to our ability regardless of his personality Rev O B Townsend Troy N Y True Vrofrrfm Real progress Is In man not In hOWl and crops and railroads and tele graphs aud factories and machine tools Rev Dr David Utter Unitarian Denver Sincerity The sincere man Is without self do 2ceptioi selfishness and pride and God will use every agency to bring a sin cere man to the light Rev Dr Byrd Methodist Atlanta Humility of Work and Play Work and play must ever go hand In hand There should never be too much or little of either They should never be separate Rev R D P Bennett Presbyterian Germantown Pa Learn to Love Come to the heart of Jesus that you may obtain true love Learn of him to love till your loco touches the lowest human being he died to save Rev J J Sullivan Catholic San Francisco True Ooodneia The Maxtor chose leaven not varnish for his parable of the kingdom The goodness must work from within out ward Merely to splash It op the surface Is n mockery and a shame Rev Dr William R Huntington Episco palian New York Where to Find Comfort Whore can we find the comfort which we need Surely It Is only In the knowledge God has given us of himself and of our higher life In hImIn the sympathy of our Masters life drawn close to ours Rev E Burk Eplsco palian Philadelphia Chrlitlnnltyi Worktag Fore The working force of Christianity has been the Incarnation of the Son of God for mans redemption No other faith has brought Gods love so near or furnished such motive for mans obeying the great command to love God su premely Rev Dr John Henry Barrows President Oberlin College Ar Yoo a Gmmblerf A wasp Is a comfortable housemate In comparison with a fretting man or woman No vice except drunkenness can so utterly destroy the happiness of a house as grumbling There are some people who would grumble because there was nothing to grumble about Rev Dr Madison C Peters Baptist Brooklyn Practical RellfftOB The true Christian Ideal Is symmetry the wise combining of diligence In busi ness and fervency of spirit The fer vency of spirit that Is not founded on the punctual and complete performance of our earthly tasks Is an Imposture It Is a balloon In the air without string or anchor Rev Dr Robert Mackenzie Presbyterian San Francisco ClTlc Conscience The voice of duty speaks as clearly to cities as to Individuals There is a civic coUHcluuci as well as a personal moral sense The city not only has a soul and n conscience but the city Is a con science The city conscience IB a com posite conscience made up of the con sciences of all the citizens Rev 0 J Hall Peoples Tabernacle Denver Our Bible Need No Defence It would be as well to set a poodle dog to guard a lion as to ask a preacher to defend the Bible Turn the lion loose and It will guard Itself Uncoffln the truth of God from the traditions of then give It an access to the broken heart of humanity and mankind will he redeemed and earth will be an Eden Rev Dr Bruce Brown Christian Church Denver Chrliti Prophet leWHU The words of Christ in which be de dared his mission was to be worldwide and must embrace all gentile nations may not strike us as particularly mar Felons since we are today everywhere confronted by evidences of Christian civilization But their grandeur and sublimity will be manifest when we recall to mind that they were spoken In nu obscure corner of the globe when the world was In Idolatry Cardinal Gibbons Catholic Baltimore In the Eye of Men- The non Chrlstian may not know which church you attend but does know whether you are honest behind the counter he may not know which pew you have leased but does know your position on purity and social vices he may not know much about your theology but he does know whether you sell him frosted potatoes for good ones and whether you keep your promises and engagements and whether your word is 85 good u gold Rev George N Hertso OexSarrUt NJ I CorrespondenceRockcastle Rockford Mrs Susan Robinson is very toy from consumption She is not ex pected to recover Miss Nannie Bales who is teaching- at Walnut Grove visited her cousin Miss Mattie Bales at Conway Satur day and Sunday Farmers are very busy saving foe derJohn Black and wife who have been in Illinois for the past sixteen years are here on a visit to old Bottle Gadd visited relatives on Clear Creek Saturday and Sun dayMiss Fannie Culton was the guest of Mrs See Thursday evening James Gatliff who has been illso long and who recently lost his home and contents by fire was buried here last Wednesday A large number of friends and neighbors attended the burialP Allan State Agent for the Massachusetts Mutual Insurance Company was here on business last weekR D Cook and wife and son Pres ton are visiting relatives at Highland Miss Dora Viars is recovering her health Rev J W Hudson preachedat Scaffold Cane Saturday and Sunday Livingston II Bob Cole the popular drummer was visiting our merchants this weekI Mrs John Farmer and sons have just returned from an extended visit to her father Mr Sandlin of King ston Ky- Bettie Dillon the little daughter ol Wix Dillon died Oct 2d The burial took place at Crab Orchard The bereaved parents have our heartfelt sympathy George Sambrooks the son of IrsI Margaret Sambrooks Is very ill with malarial leverIBorn to Mr and Mrs Charlie larks a fine boy Charlies smile is broad and deep Mr MerimeeJbetter known as theI Giant Dispatcher wont fishing Thursday and caught a fine black bass so large it furnished a good breakfast for seven people Mr Ballard the principal of the school at this place was the victim oft slight accident Sunday afternoon While out riding his horse slipped on a etone in a small branch and lellI Mt Ballard severely strained a knee tad shoulder Mrs Gray and daughters from Alabama are the guests of Mrs Pope of the Eight Gable Hotel The dinner given by Mrs Merimee to a few friends was enjoyed very much by the participants Mrs erimee makes a charming hostess Mrs Laura Jonesl visited at Scaf Md Cane Saturday but is back at her old post again teaching the oung idea how to shoot Mat Ballard and wifo visited Mr Cook at Cove Saturday and Sunday Dr Pettus visited friends and relatives at this place this week J W Baker has rented the property of Mr Cummins on Main Street end will remove his stock of goods to that place this week Mr 0 Mullins formerly of this place is comimgback He will move into his house when vacated by Mr J W Baker Madison County BrasBfield S C Bates who has been ill for so longlis improving very slowly The Carpenter boys are making sorghum The usual ills of autumn dysentery lagrippe etc are making their appearance among us On a recent Sunday the Pastor of- the Colored Baptist Church here immersed 47 candidates for member ship A large congregation white end colored was in attendance Thomas A Sholton has moved to Union City where he will engage in the mercantile business Peytoatown Ed Jenkins is superintending the working of the roads in our district Rev J Miller has returned from trip to Ohio Abner Martin and Joseph Blythe were the gueeta of Mrs Esther Martin Sunday Mr and Mrs Harry Turner and Mrs Mary Shearer were entertained by Mr and Mrs Chas Rhoda SundayChas Burnam C H Miller arc G L Campbell spent a few hours last Sunday in Berea with Jack BurnamRev M Watts preached to our Sundayschool last Sunday evening from Hebrews 12- 1Clark County Elkln Religious meetings are in progress at Becknerville and Pleasant Grove and much good is resulting The delegates we sent to the Sun dayschool convention at Preston have returned and report a very sue cessful meeting The schools in Clark County are generally in good condition and pro grossingQuite bit of interest was manifest od in the school election here last Saturday The crops are not so good as usual because of the drought we passed throughJack Frost paid us a quiet busi ness call last Friday night Mrs Gentry and Mrs Tribble vis ited friends in Berea recently Mis Hattie E Scroggins has returned to Lexicgton to resume her studies at the Fourth St High SchoolIf correspondent at Elkin will kindly sign his or her name to the next letter Till CITIZEN will be pleased to send stationery and stamped envelopes to be used for correspondence Jackson County Kirby Kuob Mr S B Combs visited Sunday school at this place last Sunday Mr and Mrs Henry Click went to Berea last week to visit Mrs Clicks sick babybrother Misses Laura and Nannie Hatfield attended Sundayschool at Parks last Sunday Mr James Durham and baby have- been very low with fever but both are a little better Miss China Hudson is improving- A very heavy frost fell last Friday night and as a result things are pretty badly frostbitten Rev A J Muriel preachedat White Springs Sunday Rev James Lunsford has boon holding a series of meetings at Cave Springs Mrs Jane Sparks has a fine young mule for sale and Mr D M Click has five young steers two and three years old that he would like to sell Next Saturday and Sunday will be the regular monthlymeeting days of Kirby Knob Church The Jackson County Sunday School Association will convene in McKee Saturday Nov 9th at 930 a m It is hoped that Prof A E- Fox Secretary of the State Sunday school Association will be present Boys Do You WANT A CHANCE Berea College could employ sever al strong and willing young men to- do various kinds of work this fall and earn money toward their expen lee in school for the winter For the benefit of such classes at night have been started so that they can make some progress in study oven now- Boys who have skill in any trade can- earn most but any strong and willing boy above fifteen of age can earn something if he applies at once Call on the College Secretary Mr- W C Gamble THE HOME Utilizing the Leftovers Probably one of the hardest loft overs to deal with is the vegetable Such a mere scrap of tomato peas or beans And yet your economical inclination will not permit you to throw those things away The cup of tomato if properly added to a white sauce will result in a mock bisque soup the beans will give variety U folded into an omelet while the peas string beans and beets loft ovors from yesterday may be mixed with a salad dressing garnishedwith slices of hardboiled eggs and lettuce leaves and give a palatable as well as a alad Thrift taste and judgment come into play in salad making by using originality aud in veution rdany a salad can be produced that is not described in cookbooks but delightful tothe eye and taste A very good scallop may be made From cooked rice if you alternate lay ere of grated cheese with the rice aud finish off the top with white sauce The number of rules for fixing overcooked potato might cover pages beginning with the simple creamed po tato and going on to the more drab orate souffle Bits of oatmeal hominy cracked wheat etc may be added to the griddlecake batter and give a pleas ing change or they may be shaped into patties and fried or combined with fruit or custard as a pudding Stale pieces of cake or cookies may probably be used to a greater advan tage than most ofour leftovers for the question of desserts is often a se rious one to the busy housekeeper A vast improvement over the ordinary bread pudding is made by cutting pieces of stale cake into small cubes pour over them a custard mixture and steam the whole for an hour The top may be covered with chop ped fruit or bits of leftover jelly Another way is to spread squares of the cake with jam or jelly place in layers in a glass dish then pour over them a boiled custard and serve cold These are only two out of a great number of ways for using leftover cakeThe peelings from lemons and or anges should bo saved and kept in a weak brine until a number have been collected then washed thoroughly boiled in water until tender The water should then be drained off the white pulp scraped out and the yel low peelings boiled in syrup until clear They may be dried by spread ing them upon plates then put away in jars Peelings prepared in such a way may be cut into shreds and used in cakes puddings etc making a very delicious and cheap addition to various sweet dishes Thus we might continue indefi nitely for the ways of saving odds and ends to an advantage are without number By using much care and an average amount of intelligence there should be practically no waste whatever in our the time is coming when the gage of a woman rank in cookery can be definitely determined by what she wastes or utilizes Goon HOUSEKEEPING WILLIAM McKINLEY HIS LIFE AlfDWORE BY CIUBLH 8 OKMTIMOB President lifelong Friind Comladln war Lad CoUesgu In Congress u nor hU tide with other t men when nil eyes were clout In death Followed the bier to National Capitol and to Canton The General requires a shire of the proceeds of hU book fob uerlntcrtbtrUllloMofooplei wUlba told Everybody buy IL Ordn for the uklnf Nobody will claw Eltnat rholot rure of President IcKlnlert last picture token In the White House You can quickly clear 11000 eking orders Order outfit Cbanae to prove success secure roarljrcontract and become Manager Send 3 tent stamps for elwuil copra be sold Inthis vicinity AddreM THE CONTINENTAL ASSEMBLY Corcoran Bid Opn U 8 Treasury f Washington I C Statement of the Easiness of The Berea Bautum Co Sept 3d to 30th inclusive 10O1 RESOURCES LIABILITIES Luaus and Dlicounti lay loans to Capital Stock paid In In ash 17500 00 Directors 1442381 Surplus Fund 212 53 Due from National Banks Han n DepoIU subset to check on which Specie f interest II not paid 1IS207 18 Currency 2261 00 2984 08 Thus ctrtlftcate of deposit on 11900 ItX18- Current Furniture and Flzturea 146974whlchlnteretlpafd Expense LutCuhlerchecnOUlaeandl 176 Quarter 1 149 04 Total 120060 76 Suipcnae Account 141 29071 Total 12404074 STATE OF KENTUCKY County1 Madtaon IW H Porter Cashier of The Bert Banking Co a Bank located and doing business In the Town of Berea ln ald county belnfc duly sworn says that the foregoing report ix In all respects a true statement of the condition of the Mid Bank at the close of business on the 30th day of September to the belt of his knowledge and belief and further says that tho bushes of said Bank has been transacted at the location named and not elsewhere and that the aboro report U raailo In oompllauce with an official notice received from the Svcretary of State designating the 30th day of September u the day on which such report shall be made W H PORTER Cathler Subscribed and worn to before roe Kiuu Director Porter Cashier hd y of October 11WK WKLCII J L OAT J P Mdlon Co A T JI Director i THE SCHOOL Xdltnl br J WDIturaoro ixau of tlio Nor mal Department lien a College ARITHMETIC TEACHING Frank H Hall author of the Werner Arithmetic says that the number idea has its origin iu moan urcuieut that tho use of Number isI measurement that is that we learn arithmetic that wo may measure such things as wealth laud products heights of mountains and depths of tho sea light heat and electricity etc So much for the reason why wo study arithmetic flow shall wo touch tho subject In tho study of arithmetic thought is necessary as well as work The adding or subtracting of figures which are but symbols that stand for the subjects of thought is of very litI tie in itself In tho best schools ofI today the children think of magni tudo and its relations when they em ploy figures or numbers This in the basis of tho recent reform in arithme tic work The committee of ton whon they made their report on the teaching of arithmetic In tho elotiiun tary and secondary schools said the the concrete in arithmetic mustI receive more attention Tho pupil must be brought to see clearly what tho figures stand for as well as time figures themselves Dr Hall gives the following illustration of this When a child is asked to liud tho sum of onehalf anti onesixth ho thinks only of the figures involved iu these fractions If ho is given u rule which ho commits ho may add these fractious without any thought of their magnitude or magnitude rela tion Now on the outer hand if a half and a sixth are a half and a sixth of something as a pie- a foot a yardor a week of au hour ho is able to obtain the answer by using the relation of tho mngnlI udos involved Iu the first place ho uses figures to obtain figures in tho second place hit figures to oils ble him to see and express their rule ioun Now tho whole difficulty with tho teaching of arithmetic seems to lie in getting tho pupil to form a mental Image of tho object There is no moro important work for tho teacher of arithmetic than that of loathing thoI child to form a correct imago and to see the relation which exists between the figures with which ho works and the figures which represent his an saver The boat way to obtain this result is to have tho pupil draw a fig ure to ilustrato the example under consideration But oven this may be done without any thought The teacher then must begin with- objects but she cannot continue their use indefinitely The mind must free itself from tho thing and bo ablo to picture tho object for itself Says Dr Harris in speaking of arithmetic There is no subject that is more dangerous to tho pupil in the way of deadening its mind anti arresting its development if bad methods are user Objects then must not be used when their images formed in the mind will answer better Wo may also go a step further and say symbols must not bo used unless they suggest a mental image of that for which they stand in the mind of tho pupil Not necessarily an absolute imago For surely no adult gets a tale concep Lion of 1000000 any more than tho child does of 100 but tho figures do suggest in a waya dim mental mage PRIUART EDUCATION TO BE COYTINOL- DWANTEDCapable reliable pvnonln every Munt to Urge company of Jinan cl reputation 330 per year iniyablo weekl ft per absolutely aura ami all uleu ia straight bouafide desalts salary no com ilMlon Misty paid etch Saturday sod UIIIII money advanced each week HTANDAHD HOUSE nit I ma oN ST Cllicioo THE FARM MIU1 by 8 C1UMna Imfuwor ol llnrtl culture llena College POULTRY FOR MARKET In these days of low prices and moderato demands it behooves everyone to nniko tile post posslblo of his circumstances or out of tho business in which ho may ho engaged This especially truo of tho man or worn an who either wholly or in part do rives a livelihood from tho cultivation of poultry While wo believe that tho as called fancier does not receive just treatment nt till hands of tho farmer who breeds solely for utility wo will for tho present leave him to his own devices and pOll a few thoughts for tho benefit of tho farmer who appreciate his Hock of chickens enough to Iwlievo that they will at least pay him honest returns for time anti money wisely expended in thoir management Thorn was n time when farmers scarcely know nuy thing about purebred fowls or at least paid no attention to them Tho idea that a chicken a chicken prevailed mid they simply took what thoy hind or could got for tho least amount of trouble and expciim mid proceeded to niako out of It what they could in a port of haphazard way If a flock of 100 or 200 fowls kept thin family supplied with sugar aud ten throughout the year it was regarded all that could possibly bo expected of them Tho average farmer in Ix inniiiK in realize that there are grout x wibilitiiw in fowls sad lumen is endeavoring to learn how to make tho Inwt of them In order to miiko tho beat of fowls it is necessary to specialize in their choice Had general uintingement It is now a wellcMtublihi fact that general poultry culture will not pay nearly as well as HpevinltioH For fear ofR mtaiindonitumling we will briefly ox plain what wo mean by general and Hjocial poultry culture By general poultry culture wo mean tho efforts made to secure profit in egg pro duction broilers misters etc nil from outs Hock of fowls In special sultry culture wo alum to secure and iimuago n Hock of fowls for only ono iurXMo ither for egg production or for broilers or for rouKteni etc Tho lock that will give tio very bout results in the matter of eggs not give Hiitisfactiou market birds neither do they require tho sauna iimimgemeiit an thow intende for market Time find requisite for sue in market sultry m time judi cloth selection of a variety for tho purjKwo Intended For tho pureirte1mongrel stock that no ono who de tires to maku the boat of it should for a moment entertain tho idea of using moiicrclN or mixtxl varieties If tho producer hen n inixexl lot of Fowls tnero in no possibility of w cur lag uniformity in quality or appear nllco In feeding a mixed lot of fowls their individual wants cannot M properly miupliwl They will vary iu shape size degree of plump wean autlcolor of legs and skin to such au extent that when placed on the market they will Provo anything but tempting to tho intelligent buyer Thoy will not moot a ready sale smith ricoH will ho mmntmfactory On the ther hand If the producer um ono good variety of purebred fowls and has mndo himself thoroughly ao juaiutcd with tho charactoriHtiat snit oquiromeiitH of that particular breed ho tho samo general treatment and mode of feeding will bo adapted to oach inuividiial in the flockanti ho will bo able to noli fy lily coiiHignoo in advance just what hue may expect from hint ns to quail ty and appearance When will uct roaches the there Ice a uniformity in size shape color etc that will attract tho notice of tho pest class of buyers and tho reult- will ho a road ior hotter prices and better satisfaction for producer consignee nud consumer TuG HELP TL HEN TO ue CONTINUED IBEREA COLLEGE Founded lasts IPlaces the Best Education in Reach of All Over 30 Teachers 8OO Htudonts from JSO States Lurjjost College Library In Kentucky NO SALOONS Trade Schools Carpentry Printing housework Nursing two years Model SchoolsGeneral Education and fitting for advanced courses For those sufficiently advanced to get a teachers certificate Applied Science Two years course with Agriculture for young moo and Domestic Science for young ladles Normal OouraeTwo years with practice teaching Academy Course Four years fitting for College for business and College Course Literary Philosophical Classical f for life Music Reed Organ Choral free Vocal Piano Theory We are here to all who will help themselves toward a Christian education Our instruction is a free gift Students pay a small incidental foe to meet expenses of the school apart from instruction and must for board in advance Expenses for term 12 weeks may be brought within 2400 about au to be paid in advance The school endorsed by Baptists Congregationalist Disciples Method late Presbyterians and good people of all denominations- For information and friendly advice address the Secretary W CM GAMPLB Berea Madison Co Xy