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Rev JOHN Vlth mug Ndnrl l fh l VOl III A Family Pnjwr BEKKA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY OCTOBER 17 1901 Piety cents a year NO 17 IDEAS tDonot nwke wounds heal them If you aim at greatness liiind your own business Ho who brings you gossip is wait ing to carry hack your answer There a difference between an experience of CIiriNtianity nodu ChriMtian experience lil hojt imtrr M K Church Ho that tilleth his land shall have plumyof bread hut ho that follow tdh nfler vain persons shall poverty enough 1 rot 2811 TAKE NOTICE ATTKNTION IIUODIIKAU VIII i CLIMAX nlslrTtNT1- irof Howard M Joint mud Mrs Julia A Hunting with Will C Gam bio the well known singer from Moo dys School mud Mins Carrie Woods soprano singer will attend the Teachers Association at Brodhead Saturday Oct Ibth wed hold services at Wilde Saturday night Climax Sunday the OthIt IlltO and at DiNputnnta at 200 P M Parents and teachers must do their Inflt to kMp up the attendance at the frtu schools Our renders lea gutting a splendid story in Mulcom Kirk Uoau it and nave pImrMlnisT JllOST AT mall WALLOW Piwidunt Frost will preach at Boar Wnllow Madison County on Sun day Oct 27th at 100 in the morn ing mud give his lecture UK n his travels in the Holy Laud at night Tim Citizen has contracted with the Chnuilxirlitin Medicine Co of Dtfi MoliicM Iowa to carry their ad vcrtiHtintiitH This is done localise we know their medicine to txi good hiring iimnl thou especially tutu Cough Uoniody and the Diarrhoea llmnidy1 FROM THE WIDE WORLD Great Britian tllort14 annually NJOOO cats Tim total numlT of pussioH in tin British Islands is esti mated at 7000000 Japan has announced that hereaf tor all its communications with for sign governments will bo made in English Famine exists in lit provinces of ItiiHsia OUR OWN COUNTRY GalvcHton Texas was visited last wi k with a rainfall of M H inches in M hours M minutes The increawo in thin aggregate of gifts for missions ill UKX was 2000 axl President ltooHov lt has shown his faith in our public schools by enter lug two of his children in one of the public suluHils of thin Capital City Tho Roman Catholic Bishop of Vermont has issued a manifesto that Catholic parents who after the pres out warning send their children to the public schools will Ixi refused ab solution Tim Equitable IiiMinincb Compa ny of Now York hnt last math special department for total abstain ers it having clearly established that all such have a much better chance of long lifo- COIIVONWEALTH OP KENTUCKY The interHtate fiiir lately hold at Louisville showed a big deficit Thin merchants of thin city who guaranteed the fair will Imvo to pay all of thin 2f 000 gimritntcu fund The Confederate Veterans Associa tion of Kentucky will petition thin next legislature for a fIiOOIX appro priation with which to found a Con federate homo Lexington wants the homeProf A B Nelson who retired from tho faculty of Central Universi ty Danville to make way for Prof Crooks of Richmond was reinstated lust Friday as a constructor in the deportment of mathematics und as tronomy Prof Nelson is one of the oldest educators in tho State having mean a member of tho faculty of Centre College since 1852 1 T Biitson of Lexington has sued the city for 10000 Mr lint HOIIH infant son was taken to thr smallpox hospital and diet there The parents claim the child didnot have the disease when taken to thu hospital uuUnlnTHE CITIZEN Planning for an Education Any boy or girl can get an education if he and his parents will plan and work for it Berea College is here on purpose to help you by providing the instruction as a free gift in nearly all de part nests This is the part that costsyou could not provide it yourself Herea spends every year for the benefit of its students enough to buy the whole outfit of many socalled colleges and yet its students noth inK whatever for the support of the teachersIAnd Berea helps you by providing board and room at cost While spending thousands of dollars for theirjbenefit it never makes money out of its studentsIHut on the other hand Berea will only help those who are earnest enough and smart enough to help themselves It is not an orphan asylum to adopt children and provide them with everythingIWe expect a boy or girl to have some friends at home who will help And if the boy and his homeIfriends cannot plan and work enough to get together some money it looks as though he was hardly worth educatingStill know how hard it is to get a start in making money and so we are sending you this word of advice anti encouragement If youwilldo your part Herea College will give you the very best education Now what will it cost First the students are expected to pay part of the in cidental expenses of the school That means the fuel the sweeping of the schoolrooms keeping up fences andwalks repairing the buildings and insuring against fires etc Toward these expenses each student pays an incidental fee of 450 each term of 12 weeks a little more than live cents a day For pupils in the Model Schools the incidental flee is only 350 keepingHerea We think our young people on an average are in better health than at their homes But ifa student is sick it is likely to hinder the progress of his room mate nail nuke his friends worry at home So we have provided this little hospital and a student can go there for ndvi l from thu training nurse if he is a little sickand be taken care of in the best way if he is seri ously ill This makes our young men and young lad ies safer in Herea than in any other place so far as sick ness is concerned This is all you pay the College Incidental Fee 450 Hospital Fee 25 Third books Books are provided by the Institution and lent to the students without charge ip the Model Schools and First Year Normal In the advanced classes students need to have hooks which they can keep and they will cost about 200 a term ore 6oo a year It is best to plan to have more than 200 to spend for books when beginning one of the advanced courses The College has carefully arranged to have a cheap bookstore Sometimes books can be rented Fourth now we come to the matter of living expenses You will see the items that must be provided for in the table of necessary expenses on outside of back cover Head them carefully Altogether you see it amounts to about this you must have I2 to 42o to start in with and 500 more at the beginning of the second month and 500 more at thu beginning of the third month You pay the College X375 or 3475 If you are in an advanced class you get some books And your board room fueland light cost from 150 to 200 a week You will see that there are various ways of making it stillcheaper limit what we wish to talk about now is the way in which you can raise the sum of money for a term of school It is quite a good deal of money but a term of school for any bright boy or girl is worth a hundred dollars any time And if you are in earnest you can get the necessary amount A few well made homespun coverlids will bring you the money Your Herea friends have foundmany people who prefer homespun cloth and coverlids to those made in factories and who are willing to pay a good price for them Our Lady Principal Miss Robinson will buy such goods and send them on to these people for you She will pay 40 cts a yard for homespun linen 50 cts forgood linscy and 50 cts for good jeans and for wellwoven and wellmatched coverlids front four to six dollars These must not be colored with patent dyes but with good oldfashioned indigo and vegetable preparations Any ambitious girl or any girls mother can make her plans and raise the stuff and set the loom arunning and soon weave enough to send a student through a years schooling We have known one woman to earn over a hundred dollars in three months SHOES FOR MEN CHILDRENLADIES Of the Best Quality at Popular Prices DRY GOODS Staple and FancyLowest Prices Consistent with Quality FURNITURE kwllf NEW LYCEUM COURSEI That the readers of TilE CITIZEN may know that a Lyceum Course iH t icing provided for the people of Be rea mild vicinity as in recent years the names mind dates of entertainers are given UIIIH early in the year Itj will bo observed that four of the fhoI during the winter term and thin very early in the spring termI but ono are now to this place nndI apology is needed for opening thoj course with charming an muter miner an Mrs Buecher Nights have bent secured which do not conflict withother important gatherings ItI is hoped that our friends willavoid snaking other appointments for these dates The following is the schedule Sat Dec 1IMrs Isabel Garghill Beechor Sat Jan IIHon Wm H San dersMon Feb 10 Miss Katharine Eggleston Wed Feb 26 Keuo B Welbourn Sat Mar 22 Ralph Parlotte The first of the above though not in perfect voice when hero before was adjudged ono of the most entertain ing readers who over viitod Berea Thin second is recommended as giving a lecture full of grand thoughts and delivered with wonderful elo quence The third is a reader who captivates her audiences whororer she goes The fourth has gained a national reputation for his discoveries in wile loss telegraphy and his popular illustration of it The fifth is a humorist of humorists His lectures contain nuggets of thin solid gold of practical wisdom but they sparkle with wit and fun and satireSingle admission to eacheuler tainment 2f cents season tickets SlOO Children under 12 years 15 emits nUll GO cents L V DODOE Get a free sample of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets at S E Welch Irs drug store They are easier to take and more pleasant in effect thou pills Then their use is not followed by constipation as is often the vitae with pills Regular size Jific per bo- xWILLIAM McKINLEY HIS LIFE AND WORK- BY fliN CIUHLK GBOSVINOK IrevMrnli life Ions Friend Comlade In war mil Collvagut In UnugreM Was near liln side with other great men when his eyes were cloud In death Followed the bier to the National Iapltol and to Canton The General requires e share of the pruceede of Ile book to be devoted tea MeKluiey Monument Fund Thu ever tubscrllxr lievomes a onutrlhutor to this luau Million of cnple will be sold Everybody will buy It Orders for the asking Nobody will refute Kitcant Photogravure of Irvaldent McKlule s laxl picture taken In the White lloimv You ran racily and quickly cleat 1000 taking orders Order outllt quick Chance to tmire sure ss secure yearly contract and become Manager Semi J cent tamps for elegant pnrepeetuL Taking 10 tofiOordcrs daily copies will ba Hold In thus vicinity Addrex mimic CONTINENTAL ASSEMBLY Corcoran Bid Opp C S Treasury Washington C Repair That Loom HonioHpuu is corning into fashion again and our girls should keep up the art of spinning Borea College is finding a market for the products of fireside industry which may bring education and comfort to many homes Wo can pay for tvoll woven linen 10 cents a yard jeans 60 cents linsey HO cents wellmatched bed coverlets W to Ii Patent dyes not accepted oldfashioned indigo preferred For information address JOSEPHINE A RoniNsoN Homespun Exchange Boroa Ky Au Independent Weekly Dovoted to the Interests of THE HOME FARM SCHOOL 60 CENTS YEAR ELEGANT FOOTWEAR Our Bilt = Well Shoes nothingliner Our Walk = over Shoeswon Highest Award at Paris Worlds Fair for Matchless Excellence combined with Moderate GORl3fiO to- 100tbe Worlds best for the price Our Florsheim Shoe is unrivaled for Style Elegance aunt Durability 500 a pair and nothing finer made at any price Well clothe your feet in Comfort and Style and save you CO cents to SlOO on every pair Covington Banks Richmond Kentucky T C LOWRY ATTORNEYATLAWRichmond BUILDINGMAIN STREET Collections And Real Estate 4 Sotcialtv FOR SALE Two Fine- Kitchen Cabinets 12 EACH At COLLEGE SHOP MEAT MARKET I have reopened the Meat Mar ket on Main Street Fresh Meats VegetablesinM B RAMSEY Berea Ky BETTER HOME OFFICE 73 E A Three Years in RichmondAnd sets of teeth that have been made at my office if there is one set or BUY sots that show any detects I will make a new set free We are making the best set of teeth in the world for S750 and if detects show in five years we give you a new set free This applies to all the teeth I have made or am going to make the best alloy fills in the world at 7f cents DR HOBSON Dentist located in the Hobsor Buildingnext door to Gov eminent Building Richmond Kentucky Reference Richmond National Bunk Special Price to Students INVEST WITHIThe Ideal Realty ICONTRACTSThan any other company doing business in the State Those seeking honest legitimate investments will receive our most cordial and thoroughattention DR C E SMOOT IIgrJOapital StOOk ffilOOOO RICHMOND KY FINE FURNITURE SALE It will be to your interest to inspect our stock before your buy pricesHardwoodCouches at special bargain prices hiring the month Everything in tho Furniture Line Great Sale on Carpets and Rugs for Cash We invite all our Bores Friends and all Citizen subscribers to call and inspect before making purchases UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY IDay Phone Night Phone 66 JO Sr JOPLIN Richmond Ky I f Fall and Winter l IwL Permanently 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 are ready ft to supply them from a large and complete stocK Mans and Boys Shoes Boots fGlovesYou will find us complete in STYLE QUALITY and PRICE Iandwill save you money which is the greatest anticipation of all f DOUGLAS CRUTCHER I 207 West Main Street RICHMOND KY i Mr Geo W Pow is our BEREA AGENT and has a line of our I samples Goods can be had of him at the same price as a charged In Our Store at Richmond j THE CITIZEN A Weekly Newspaper BEREA KENTUCKY GOOD NATURE NEEDED IN BEREA A large amount of good will and good nature will be needed for the village election in Berea Our neigh bars have gotten up quite an excitement in an unfortunate game ofutit fortatThe trouble began so far as we can trace it by some mischievou- person going to Mr Beckham inciting him to appoint a Democrat Police Judge a man who did not have the requisite nomination from our Town Council This act of tyranny on his part has consigned our village to a state of anarchy for several months The gentleman appointed as judge was himself unobjectionable but there was no certainty that his decrees would be legal We have been living on our good behavior and character and not protected by any favor from the man who holds the wealth position of Governor of the Common As a titfortat procedure against this conduct the Republicans decided to hold a caucus by themselves in stead of uniting as has been the custom in a nonpartisan village nomination This step the CITIZEN must regard as a serious mistake but a remarkably good ticket was nominated as follows for Police Judge John L Gay for Marshall Wm J Tatum for Trustees W R GabbardI S E Welch Jr T J W Stephens Josiah Burdette Thereupon a rival caucus of CitiE zens was called which sot up a non partisan ticket of its own containing good material It would be hard to find any seven men in Berea who wouldnot do pretty well in running our village affairs For Police Judge John L Gay for Marshall Hiram Richardson for Trustees Jas Stig all L Y Dodge J J Brannaman R G Ramsey E T Fish The platform on which this tick was nominated however as shown by the speeches which were made in connection with it is much to be regretted It would seem from these that men who have served the village well like Mr Tatum and Mr Os incompejtentobject of the nonpartisan ticket is toE floodour streets with swine It is because of this titfortat proceeding that we are in danger of hard feelings and the CITIZEN calls for every man and woman in Berea to contribute what he or she can towards good will and good nature in to this muchmixed electiont8PROGRESS OF THE NEGRO RACE There 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 Saturday night Oct 26th Pres and Mrs Frost will tell of their recent visit to the groat 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 Friday night Oct 25th- Neighbors will gather in the Chap el for some public exercises and thence repair to the new building for the Dedicatory prayer and to seejtst 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 occasioni Boys Do You WANT CHANGE Berea College could employ sevorIal strong and willing young men do various kinds of work this fall and earn money toward their expenses 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 even now Boys who have skill in any trade can earn most but any strong and willing boy above fifteen years of age can earn something if he applies at once Call on the College Secretary MrE W C Gamble The excitement incident to travel ing and change of food andwater often brings on diarrhoea and for this reason no one should leave home without a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea dy For sale by S E Welch Jrj LOCAL AND PERSONAL Hon W B Smith of Richmond was iu town Friday Dr Cornelius has returned from a business trip to Cincinnati Fayette Vaughn is deputy assessor of Madison county The Telephone Exchange is being installed in Hanson Hall Deputy Sheriff Terrill anti Jailer Lackey were iu town Friday R B Robinson is the newly elected trustee of this school district white Richeage Mrs L T Jackson of Trenton 0 is visiting her sister Mrs Lizzie JacksonMisses Helen and Ula Terrill visit ed their cousin Mrs W F Tatum last week A L Kirby left on Saturday for his home in Fresno Cal He returns in December Miss Millie Maupin of Harrison ville Mo is visiting relatives in Madison County Richard Moore and family have moved into the house vacated by George Reynolds Mrs Frank Blazer of Scaffold Cane is visiting her sisterinlaw Mrs Bert Coddingtou Mrs Dr Morris who has been visit tall her brother Dr Lusk is now withrelatives at London If you buy cutlery of Robinson the Jeweler Welch Block he will engrave your initials on it FREE T A Robinson our popular jewel is the proud father of a 10pouud girl baby Tommy is all smiles soldiThis speaks well for the Weber If you want good wood and honest measure you eau get both of Ab Golden This is no paid localI EdW H Porter cashier of the Berea Banking Company and family are occupying the house vacated by Dr McCoyBicknell Early have sold eightI Superior Grain Drills this fall Good for B S Eand the Superior Grain Drill John McHone was thrown from his buggy last Saturday and received compound fracture of his left limbI below the knee 1Mrs Howard M Jones left Monday for Madison Wis where she willad dress the Wisconsin Federation ofI Womans Clubs Berea has excellent streets forI wheeling Why annoy foot pasI sengers by riding your bicycles on side walks t Mrs Mary Jane Jones was called suddenly to Knox County because ofI the serious illness of her grandson Wm Marion Jones There will be a sale of clothing leftover from last years Industrial School at Lester Hall on Thursday Oct 24th at 100 pm Mrs Tillie D Overley wife of Jas H Overley died Tuesday morning Funeral Wednesday at the residence Burial at Richmondcemetery Mr Hill and family who have recently come to Berea have moved to the house on Center Street recently purchased by J J Brannaman W H Porter Cashier of tho Berea Banking Company has accepted this active agency of the Mutual Life In surauce Company of Kentucky Ellis Seals has purchased Mrs Grace Smiths house and lot on Center Street and will move to it in ime for the Winter Term of school T A Robinson reports his optical business as good Hardly a day passes without some person coming to have their oyes stamina for glassesBicknell Early say that they have made more sales of farm implements this year and gotten more satisfaction out of the business than ever before since they have been in tradeMessrs Bicknell Early have just completed the delivery of 10 tons of commercial fertilizers to farmers in Madison and Rockcastle Counties This means that our farmers are enterprising and up to date Saturday is football day Borea vs Richmond Game to be called at 300 p m Mangiro Ito will give an exhibition of Japanese wrestling before the game is called Walter Robe will give an exhibition of trick riding on the bicycle between halves The school trustees white have levied a tax of ten cents on the hundred dollars on property owned by white residents of the district am- a poll tax of fifty cents on all male persons over twenty out Iarsl old The money is to lit used ro pairs to school property Treasurer Osborno has several houses to rout to families who willhI to live in Berea old send thoii chit dren to school Most of those houses contain stoves bedsteads chairs out tables so that people neon bring only dishes and bedding Two rooms can be rented ford for till Winter Term Apply at once A northbound freight train was wrecked early Saturday morning near the first bridge south of the depot Ten coal cars were ditched and four of them considerably damaged TIll track was badly torn up Two wreck jug crews were put to work and by thu middle of the afternoon twills could pass A brnkoman receiver slight injuries e MADISON COUNTY C D ClnMiimlt sold his rein fnlati property around Itichmuiid hint Thursday at auction realizing f2i 165 County Stipt WagorH hus receiver money enough to payOtte inoiitliH salary to till teachers of tht public schoolsItier Mr Moss pastor of the Christian Church Kirksvillo 00111 UIOUCLH a protmcttHi meeting lit his church Monday uight Thirtyeight shares of Madison National Hank stock ware sold at public auction last Saturday ill Vichy mondat 10525 per share The Teachers Association of the Kirksville District will bt hold in the College building Kirksville the fourth Saturday iu October Eight persons joined the liuptint Church at Itiohinoutl Saturday night and nine othorH joined Sunday night Rev Mr Lambkin in conducting n series of revival services there Kov U G Turner hits been returned to tho pastorate of the M E Church South Kichmond for anode er year and Rev P C Uvcrhole hits been reappointed to the College Hill CircuitTho Annual Convention of trio Christian Endeavor Sudetyof the Fourth District comprising nun counties will be hold in Richmond Oct 2527 A large delegation is expectedJohn Heudren huts reconsidered his withdrawal and will make the race for county clerk on the Republican ticket Grant E Lilly will run for county attorney and tV T Har ris for the legislature on the name ticket BUY AND BUILD Treasurer Osborne has several fine building lots in different parts of till town for sale cheap to persons who desire build and make a homo in Berea toI FOR SALE A fauuybrcd Ioluml Cliliiu Boar seven mouths old lie IN a flue show hog uud will lie u good herdheader For Information address GEO W POW Borea Ky HopeDeferred Maketh the Heart Sick Yuu rosy spend the eRU ol your life In the itrUKKle to get ahead and have Want ilaring you III the fare In old age Hut a policy with The Mutual Life Insurance Companyof will provlile tIlIcontingency and enaMuI you to enjoy life IlIvetIIgate ita 3 PEa CENT COLt KNIIOWMKNT IIONhthe Leal lie llmur once combined with the best Investment sag W II POKTKK Agent llcnu lluiiklne Cunpauy J U UKCKlr Special Agent Trust Illili Illcliiniinil Ky President Frost aiiit Mr Gamble lllwldRoniclH in the Baptist Church t night Oct 12th Hickory Grove Sunday morn 11111lit at Conway Sunday eviMiin oclock They will make th Isamo circuit on the first Sunday o the mouth Nov M h I 1II E RS Oft I enl ENl TO THE PEOPLE OF THIS AND ADJOINING STATES Caleb INiwor Trial Opened uud Ili Whole Jury balliit I11 Iy Ih 111 Another Attack on yllur Item- iutlrhur ii ii 1ullllily Georgetown Ky Oct tiAfhr tho Jurys completed In the trial of ex Secretary of State Cat Powers as accessory to the muni r of iovernor Uoobul the defenso ued ile whole Jury cbarglnK It with political bins and the olllcen of the oiirt witi pa kiiiK the Jury tar th paiio e i f conviction Iloh hit ir nnicd nlll davits and argiiment4 after wlnrii Judg Cantrlll overruled till motion of the defense to disqualify the lusty and oleo a demurrer to the Indlitnutit to which the defense took exceptions Witnesses worn tht sworn usd a lIt of attorneys on hon sides turnlbhed the court Ireseut ir Franklin lead nlldIuhait Mr Woodson the flrat WHlltlIlI ten title that according to the taro art ments made by Rita till biiet which kllletl HothullnUll tom tilt otllf ot Powers After having been crossex amined by Mr Klncald court recess ed If the examination of nil of tho wltnxses Is as slow a process ac this cxanilnatlon of the iiinonweallhH llrnl wtlms the rani tan not be fin ished In the remainl it days of tht term KIVK MAY Hm- Ihlrll11 IhllrA ought by 4u gllll plolun of tltlTunnelton W Vn Oct 15Ily an explosion In a mine hero 13 miners Wore butned flee probably fatally This accident was caused by a miner loadliiK a hole with too touch powder causing the dust from the electric machine to Ignite and explode The following are probably fatally burnel William llaiuy Peter Splker thttrUuckley Krnest Cross and Frank DodK These had the tlexh burned so that It was hanging In vhred from oXIII1Iminers were palufully burned Acres of Coal Consumed Chicago Oct 9Ftra started on the docks of the Ivabody Coal con puny at the foot of Orleans strut The patties spread to some freight nheda of the Chicago and Northwestern rail way and tn buildings orinpted livthr Globe Lighting and Heating company and the Davidson marble works Twenty flatcars standing on trucks near by were consumed The lire spread through the ieabody yards un ell live antS of coal were In llanus The loss on coal estimated at up wards of J260000 American Reverse Manilla Oct 11A detachment of the Twentyfirst company of Marabe bes encountered a large force of Fili pinos near llpa province of llatangus Lieutenant Beau of the Macabebcs was killed and one of the turn was wounded The natives were strongly Intrenched After two hours fighting the Americans rutrcatod to await re inforcements Tho natives numbered over 300 were armed with K inlngton and Mauser rllles and apparently had plenty of ammunition Miller Will Come Havana Oct 10A W Miller for mer city clerk of Sau dinky O who has been arrested here In connection with an alleged shortage of nearly 100000 which camo to light after his disappearance from Sandusky eight months ago will not resist ox tradition but will leave for the Unity ed States next Saturday lie says ho can explain thu discrepancy In hula accounts Boys Body Found Mlddletown 0 Oct ItThe dead body of Waiter Melcklln was found In a pond of wpter near hit homo at Amanda The boy hul bc n missing over two weeks and the whole country had hen scoured In tho search frhim It was thought he had been kid naped Fire at New Orleans New Orleans Oct tGA tire occur red on Camp street In which the large furniture store of the Union company was destroyed stud tin Teutonic In surancu company building ruined Tho furniture store belonged to Tulano university The total loss Is 100000 Captain Squires Dead Toledo Oct 10 Captain W I Squires who Is well known In Grand Army circles and as a Republican polllclan died very suddonly aged fi7 Mr Squires organized Ohio League of Republican Clubs and was Its prusl dent for two years The Only Urnlltj- We nrKUt and dispute about the gos but It remains airy ami unreal un we come face to her with genuine Christian lure In action bearing and hoping and enduring all things Rev TliomaH II Darlow Literary Superin tendent Ilaptlst und Foreign Bible So ciety Our uhlt1 Treucurr Mao lives not by bread alone but by love and hope und faith und because the no called sacred Scriptures of the world more or less perfectly voice these higher aspects of human nature they constitute our noblest trcllllureIRev Thomas D Gregory theI nhlA rlhnwl4a1 SCHIjfV INQUIRY TeHllinony OUVreil by Oltleer of the llcel Oieratluu at Siiiillnuo SchleyF hifwar testllled he did not consider of lie al strut showing the hush tail of tildes olT Santiago to be accurate 1Laub hunt M L Hrlstol a xvotch on the battleship Texas did not consider they wore maintaining a blockade at Hunt ago merely lying oil port lIuIthought that at night anything coil have pass d without being seen OilI the solving of July 1 whrii the Span rbats Milps ciiiuw out ho said several of itho Ilrooklyns hullers had no steam them and that both forward engines were uncoupled Rear Admiral lur who commanded the Indiana TaItitled that the conduct of Schloy during the bombardment of the Colon was that of a ulna laboring under grew mental excitement A let ter of Suci etary of Navy Long to Ad mlral Sampson dated April ti ISJS was Inlroduied as evidence In It Sampson wax admonished against ex posing American vesaels to the tin of strongly fortltled ports Captain K F Chait wick who was In command of Admiral Sampsons Hag ship the New York admitted that the ctllluf signals agreed upon between Captain McCalla of the Ma tlebeud and the Cuban Insurgents hUll not heels sent toCommodorn Scbley owing to a misunderstanding He slat told of being present at an Interview hiItween Admiral Sampson lord dore Schloy In which the latter had expressed his Intention to lit loyal to the commanilerlnchlef Lieutenant Itwoy a nephew of Admiral Dewey was a watch on the Massachusetts He did not think the Spanish vUlIsIIcould have been stun had tht out at night Wltncsies testified 101110I had no Information that thin Spanish Heel would snake a sortie from Saudi ago harbor July 3 1SUS Defense Has Its Inning Washington Oct 16 Presentation of testimony for the government wits concluded In the Schley Inquiry and wltnuBRes fur the applicant were In tniducid Captain Cook who com manded Commodore Schleys flagship said lie gave tho order hard ajKirt whereb the llrooklyn made Its fay mou loop After the turn he testi fied the llriHiklyn at me time was en gaged alone with three Spanish ships 11ltnesa thought Admiral Schley an enthuslaHtually brave and patriotic commundur Miner Fired On KarlttiKton Ky Oct IV Men camped near Providence In Webster county who recently movid trout Madliuinvlllf attackml the Provldenrv radars Many shots were emhanged The men were driven off No guards were woiindid Thu sheriff has gone to the ramp with warrant Manager Npubit of the Providence company was also fired upon SymiKilhltorti with the strikers visited the employes houses anti warned them that they trust quit work Unknown persons fired Into the house of an employe and wounded two men- Disastrous Freight Wreck New Albany Ind Oct 11t year end collision caused a disastrous freight wreck on the Southern railway near Georgetown two miles west of here Fifteen cars were wrecked and burned an engine was demolished three ulna seriously and one fatally Injured und many thousand dollars worth of property destroyed In the wrecked train was a car loaded with dynamite und powder The ilynumltu exploded and In a moment the great er part of both trains was a mass of burning wreckage Cashier Indicted nrownsv Turin Oct ILP 11 Anderson Sate cashier of the Hay wood County bank which failed soy eral days ago was Indicted on two counts b the grand Jury The In dictments charge the willful and feln nlous receiving of deposits after hay- Ing reason to know of the hanks In solvency The liabilities of thu bank are estimated at between 110000 and DO000 Only about 800 In cash was found In the banks vaults after tbu failure Wattersons Ambition Louisville Oct IGIt Is reported that limey Wotterson Is a candidate fur the Democratic nomination for governor of Kentucky It Is said Wilt terson hopes to carry Kentucky In 1U03 with a view to being the Demo cratlc candidate for president In 1901 A man close to Watterson said He has tint announced that he Is a candi date for the Democratic nomination but for souse time his friends have been urging him to make the race Stuns by Bees Mlfthuwaka Ind Oct IIThe 10 year uld sun of John Hellls who lives south of Mlshuwuka accidentally bucked a team of horses late an apiary upsetting the hives Thousands of bees attacked the boy and horses The boy lost the sight of both eyes us the result of stinKs und uiuy die Ruth horses were stung to death Jefferson Davis Monument- Memphis Oct II large Moor man adjutant general of the Confed erate veterans has mulled to ouch camp of that organization n copy of General Gordons general order re questing that each mamber give Itoward the Jefferson Davis monument fund Uliiii MIII lIuklip with u hind limto in your mouth go lit OIIBH to S E11elch Jrs drtij store and get n free sample of ImmhurlainN Stomach and Liver TnliMw Olin or two dries will make you well They alno cure liiliotiHiiuHH sick headache and coiiHtijmtion THE STONE RANSOM UNITED STATES CONSUL HAS NO INSTRUCTIONS TO PAY IT Troop MiitnliiliiliiK Onlrr In the ni list of AljtlmiiUtiui anil till Out limit N Fill lriiiu Itruuring Am lit lu Al rilu anil tin Kr nrli Solln Oct IUnited States Con sill letitMul Dlcklniun huts received uu IIIiIIUWIin rtlv IliHtrunuiits acthiK under the liiHtU lull of lute nit inlient of tliu Mac iliiilan cummlttuu hi lies Hindu HtroiiK ripronentutloiiB to the lliilKur Ian Kovcrtmitiit nkliiR the arrest of tinHe ins IllthHIl Should tide be donu bo touts bliss SWill would iluubtluaa lie nliiisid on payment of n imultruto Indemnity and anaurancf of freedom from Ur captors Some MactdonUun have ulrrafly lIen arrested IHIP Captors Are Turks Vienna OcL 1C Todaroff this drlvir who nccoinpanlrtd Mlaa Htotiu when he wan kidnaped list a arrived In Solla Ho xnyH her captorti am Ill ks Tin llnlKiuliin police who are mtilNllHj with his statement lire Illot him under iiirvillluncu It Is nnnonnred from HurhareBt that llerr Rosenthal the reprenititatlvn of a Iii an llr has bein kidnaped by UulRurliui lirlsandB at SllUtrlaiu- Mln Stone Located Coimtaiitlnoplu Oct 10A trust woi tin report locales Mss stones lib din tor on the summit of a mountain III iiiidpp on the Turko llulKi rlaii frontier near Dulinltin It In old the 15ITurkish Plot farts Ort 14111 KrancnlHp pub IMwd a dispatch from aura TunU unnoiinrlnK that a Turkish olllrer was eutly arrtHtid there on a cburcv of sw MillliiK and that an luvudtluatloD ill cloned the fact that he had rrctilv tll Itustrul duns from the Ottoman mIll later ofsar to oruanlte a rUIng of the Aruba In South Algeria In the event of a rupture of diplomatic relay tlona between Krancu and Turkey rw BultliiK III illduration of war It was conrlimlvtlv prtivid that his preneuca there waa due to thehu instructions AcinrdliiK o these name advice tllll Incriminated iirtirer Is only one of icy- erne who w n lntrutt with the aauiu mlaalon Situation In Afghanistan London Oct Uu A large Afghan turn has annenibled around Culiul and la iimliitaiiutiK order says a dlnpatcb front Simla llnblb Ullah Khan hu uppulntid a upeclal guard fur each Ku rep aye In Cabul dlrcctltiK that the guards tbail aniwer with their lives fur the afiiy of their cbarKi1 Tbu Indian government hUll HMtponed the usual sieve to ulrutta and Lord Cur zoo has definitely pontponed hits pro Jucted tour Dangerous Fire New York Oct 9This three mast ed IlrltUh bark GIITel was damaied by tire and sunk white lylnc al her dock In the Kant river At the risk of their hives fireman and policemen went tutu till hold and removed 60 cueof KuniHiwder which were part of this cargo The cases were thrown ornr board fast III pavd up Thu cargo of the ship coualMted of 30000 cases of petroliiim which wore Rtored Iu the lower hold general inurrhanuua III the middle hold and the gunpowder and IM cone of loaded bird car trld MI In the top hold The city ere boats gut xloiiRHlde the OrlfTil and after an hours work so filled her with water that she sank The buss Is estl muted at about J 160000 Town Literally Gutted San Ja Cal Oct HTht mot destructive tin In the history of Los GiitoH earned when the entire boat fleas mrMun of the town was wiped out The area covered by the fire Is estimated at shout four acres and property worth from 100000 to I1CO 000 was destroyed A dozen or more business blocks several manufac tories a livery stable and a church and tummy dwellings were burned The flro department was powerless to cope with the llniniH which west fanned by a strong breeze A number of men were Injured but none seriously Double Tragedy Irlncetown la Oct 10The dead bodies of Mr and Mrs Robert Me Klnnle of Irlnreton were found In their bOlliIII few tulles south of tiers Thf wife wax seated at tile dinner table and had been shot The hUll band was found dead In bed but with out vlHlblo wound and a rlllo lay on the floor It Is supposed that McKln nit killed his wife and then look poi son McKlnnle hind been despondent recently Hotb wore years of age and hail resided at Irlucutou for 0 years Town Burned Out St Joseph Mich Oct 16Thot- own of Unlit In the southern part of this county was pra tlcally wiped out by lire that started In u laundry Only a few story InilldlMKH remain Tho entire population turned out with a bucket brlKado and llnally checked the genlstores and ono hardware store were burned The loss Is estimated at J 100000 President Mormon Church Dead Salt Luke City Oct IIIorollzoSnow fifth president of tho Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Uay Saints better known as tho Mormon church died unexpectedly at hits private rest dence Iho historic lieu Hive house Tho immediate enlist of hits death wits hypostatU congestion nupurlndncod by aggravated bronchitis Iresldunt Snow was regarded aa a broad wlnd ed ivnvrouttbvarled Christian man THE MARKETS HKItlllTKII ItMN 10 CINCINNATI Oct CATTIK Common Iliri rj 5275 Butchers 115 IiJ 185 Shipjwrs 150 ilJ 515 GAIn Choico 550 5X Largo CommoiiJK fi IlousContioii 5185 crt 585 I1air good light 500 Ii 5SI5 1Pitching 000 p 025S- IIKKI Uood to choice 225 ft 275 Common to Stir 12r qij 225 LAMIIN Ocxxl to choice 85j Jar Common to fair200 it JJ25 711COliSUvKNo 2 5fct 5- VKiouaVinter patent a10 i i80 It fllucaOOlti H25 Family 25 IiJ 205- Miu lKKt 17K II IU5- AvNo TimolhIIOII j 1I2r No 2 10W jJ IIW No Clover SI50 y 1000 No 2 750ff SIX POULTRY SprilgrH Ir Hi S Heavy hoiiH 7 Roosters Turkey hens 7 Spring Turkoyn S Ducks II HXHIH Prwli ncnr by 17 Gtxwi itst Halted 7 S No dry salt f Mi 10 Hull 0 JJ 71 Shiep Hkiim 10 H fO TALLOW Irinm city Ii jJIiCountry r Ilt VKL UnwaHhtHl 171WMI1lloIlKTuli 22 I fouTIItlIlIIGwsp new nearly whito II 4griiy to HVtnige as rj 12 Duck colons to white 28 it art Cliiikmi white nc iuilln IS Turkey Ixxly dry 12 lit I A Problem in ArithmeticI Herea in not moneymaking hinti illllttlIclllrHnnd warming the hchool rooms etc The Hospital fe insures fare in tiny sickness that you are safer ill Hwii lain at homo And then you must lirr lit Keren you IIIIVH to eat even if you stay at home You inky hOllnlollrHIIJ under projHr regulations hoard ill approved families in Herea or lx ard nt cod in College buildings Tho items am given Iwlow and should htI htuilitxl carefully Notice o eoially I Itoom fuel incidental fw and ono months Ixmrd must imiil jU isIrunce 2 Fuel will Im rtiiltH more in the winter 50 rents less in tIlt spring a Students Imlow A Ornminar School pay only 150 for incidental Academy students pay 550 College students pay jW IIlIdII 1 Students in A o nlll r low have fre tfllthookH- f Students bring thoir own hell ding and towels If you get any work to do for the College you are paid at t Iii end of well month in credits on school expenses 7 They cant lend you motley hut the Treasurer and every teacher will be your friend- Necessary Expenses for Twelve Weeks School IMNIUII who Umnl tlieinnclrcft ran nxuil a txpciiicnutin book and othir Inline Hut llui nw Mrv riixnwf arc onlr a fulliiwn To py the flrM Jay imwAHo IAIIICI II MMSchool InrMftital lVe II to Ki lu IUl KIT 2 16 IHIIMI Hook Ill alxnit 2 U 2 Itemnil Dcpoull Kooin table etc 2110 Klirl anil oil 2 M 1 01 Knit ol lmiirrKlrnt Month Hoard millllItvliig j7t ilerinprfl tt HrKlnnliiK Mo Ihrnnl m HrifliuiliiK M Hoant ii 6 is tliiil 111 tfturiifil co 10 TolHI sgiiriisi llik S7 71 7 for tlmwt txlmv Irnmniar iKiliirt the ti for IxKikii mint II nun IncliliMilal In muting tin total only 447 Wliiti four Kill room Innellier rarh mvm II on room ami tiitr ninrtnn fuel niaik tog the total only MKI7A If elitsI Inlow Inimmiir Kurt li mil iiiuri In Winter anJ W ecu SprliiK term Iii 1Irliou ki epliiK with IIIHII1 IHII iiiimlly ic reute l for trout II In If a lerlllI Tim Irk of n Iii g ciii r0i 1I111IHllluk OPH ffW Iiipiipiiii llOlll it Will g erin or arliool whlrli will tlutiiK hIwholi llfn for liii biI trI WANTKI1 HHpiihle ret Iftbl ill every nullity tunpriMliI iHrKeiompnny owillil Ilimii rlnl ripiiutliiii SJtii Rulary per year pnynltlu weekly 11r iUy HliMilutuly Mum nml nil expcii cli Hrrtlshl iHimtllile ilellulte wiUry no com lulwloiii nalary pnlil eaeh Shill rIht unit expense money HilVHiiet eaeh week MTANUAKH IIOUSriIHI ST THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON III FOURTH QUARTER INTER NATIONAL SERIES OCT 20 Tr t of lie lmiKHi Urn ill a lit Mriiiiiry Ve r mIIoIIo ii Tfil I fRill II 81hCiiuuiirti nr lir Iii llrv II M tlrnrni lrlnrdI Copyright Ainrrlran ItPU pa t lent ly innt Inn ng In will lining In iirUou life the time cit tine wlieu lie lioulcl t ilillvrml CuilM lime ami tliereforo tin Ucit Tin khiK t 1g3pt ilriMiniil two dreams or drenm that wim diiulilixl to lilm In a little different form hut iiiw of uk glilit ir wlw men could Interpret for him the dream How like the iitory In lIulI il 107 Iv 7 v S for the window of thlM world utterly at fault In the things of Oml only the Spirit of God can tell the Ihihis of hid II Cor 1111 Tho l1mlculleh hail Intirpritnl their sireti lu the prliMiii liMeph the yiuiiK llehrew hail ily will for and Kivine O sI all the jjlory iverne 11 Interprfled the dreutii KNurlni 1lmraoh that IHI had by those dieHtim slioHii him what He wan about 10 sIn hiM this evenU would Nhurtly come to mill lhat IhllrBllhoul1 do well to profit lay the revelntion IVITMM US3T we find nurli a one nn thix a IIIHII In winin tin Spirit of Sod Tim Niki the blue to liU Kerviintu when he han heard the wunU of Joseph The tIlts who ioulil Interpret Hiieh dream and Klve Midi jul lee must he the man for till wrath ii liml hud been all the while preparing Juieph for thin occasion and thin u4Mjiii fur JOMII He purnoHerf In IIltn1 tlmt which He work out accord lull lo the comml of II ill own will Kph 1111 mid happy are thim who are in lila will- S 10 Only In the throne will I be KMntfr thin thou lmiii u prison to 1lhlO mid MI Huddenly and what won WuriU from Iharuiih Thou uliitlt Ue over my lioime Dud bccordiutf unto thy word ilmll all my people ruleo the MMuiid ruler in ill ICcypt and beciuxi 101 hud ken through him According ddeu text lioiioriM Jonrph lutnun Joneph hud honored Him Pro motion cutncth neither from till eimt nor from IIII niat nor from the nouth but Ond U the judge He putteth down one ami Mtiiih up umither Ps lixv 17 II 11 And Ibnraiili unlrf unto Joseph Set have Of1 thee over sill this land of Keypl He cnnfirimd it by trutuferrlnic the tine UJHII hil nil lii Jomph hand by the fimuri antI the gold chain and a place in thr wcoml chin rliit In the land It Mianil lo rimrmdi that did It but trmlttfdIlhRrllllh ami to human vUlwi he did but It wai this Ixird who cave lehniikim Into hla hand Ian I ii- J 4V Jowpli went outover all the land of Keypl IiOlIO mIght do aiiRht with out hlui HI in the prlwin so now In all the land It mlehi be saidof him Vhntin ever lit did then he wise the shier of It Ichnlfu111 221 There lit no belIever who bay taut br yieldetl to ChrUt that what doue In or throne them 11will lx IhIIItr of It mil mild courtmint hlmiMlr live yet not hut Cbrlxt llvrth In me Gt II in Slow our Lord JPSU hiaa iiald Without Me ye can do nothing Julio xv why should wr think of dolne anything apart train Him bwaufe however It rainy look acceptable In the eyei of other It nothlnit uu Isea He dor It toIriftlviH a tale wife the slaughter of the IIrI1 of On hire aealn we hare a two BiicKentlon of niir Ird Jsauis for He Ia this great revealer of necreta milk lug known to lu tIll great myntery of Rod liiiecs mid nf the church and of Inrneli bliiidniim and of the kingdom for the Father loveth this Son and nhewrth all JO thine that Himmlf docth IIlInI 10 And Joneph sine ItO year when hat before Pharaoh kIng of Eeypt Our Lorshvna year oldI when lie Ixenn lIla publlr minlntry Luke III 281 m likewise Willi John the Hnptlnt anti Itrkicl arid thU the nIl when the prlmtn began their mlnlxtry Kick I Sum iv 31 Joseph beean to rule at this age of 30 but our lord beenn III public humiliation for whIPs HP went about dnine good anointed with this Holy Ohlll It wan to be despised and rejected and crucified a nn evildoer and He atill wait for lila kluedom I7I1I And Joseph gathered corn aa the nlllllIt this Mn very much until he left numberlne for It without num ber Thl he did during the seven plen teotiN years for the earth brought forth by handfiils and Joseph diligently made provUlon for the time to come when there would be great dlstnsa The phrase as till and of the eea or ai It uiiiietime as the diiKt nt the earth U a flenre sienlfylne that which cannot be counted Sec Klnga III Sj Iv JOU ChrlI then ace also GIn till17 Tudir vii 1J Sum zlll B PN Ixxvlli J7 llnw great U our iod that He cull multiply t lii rigs nnd people nftfr thlll fiuhlon In this time the tombs conic Then oil lgy lit criiil to Ian rants and he said Sit until JnMph what ho sallli to you do This remind of the saying of JneobH wIves Now then whatsoever nlll lie t Ii Hald unlo thee do Oen Iiii iiUn of till lt3 hOg of Mary to the HerrnntN nt the mnrrlHKi In Ciinu What Hoever IsttItli unto you do it John III fi Out erent and only Itissit hut concern lug this thine which are eternal the thine of the kinednm nhould lit What hath tIll Lord npoken f tsar He only has tIll bread of lift nnd all must come to Him who would have life Not only all Kevpt had to come to Joseph but all countries 57 a tiilsihial Iste In the next IcHson nil Israel too and the cotta of Israel found that their benefactor was their brother Israel shall yet site that their deliverer Ic tin rame one whom they crucified and to Him shall nil limb conu All who now receive Him shall learn or mny learn in their experience the t rue ii lug of iI a nit sissli nnd Kphralm for 2nd will milk them foreit their toll and will tanks them fruitful where they have lain atlllcted verses Til 521 The Held which the world In which wo are now tIll reapers belongs to our Itoaz and In till naomi IIg of sill r ton rile ge to Him thll wholo fiid will be ours and we will then If tint before forget our toll and see the true uuujijne of fruitfulness Item rill Isa xxTli UviiiK rvdeeiawi let IISjbe wiUlaij and obedient Iorarl Rln- IoiKit jwr own sins Forgot tho Kins of your uthgli iota Our memory of tluiii Is Koinct lines more vivid linn llic ineinorv of slur own Do not allow Hiich reineinbered triins rcHslnns to poll till pence it rid purity of your soul Itcv Dr Frnncln Piittnn Presby tirlan President Princeton tnlvcrslty- Hueermifiil lint Unit imvrlril 4t tw 3sa rs 110 n hut ii of ton tiy mull HOIIH culled tut to hia bedside when ho WIIH dyliiK In hlx Inst hours lie sjioke out tnt ii k hy Doctor he Mihl Ive failed for Ivo erovoled Vet the world culled him successful its phrase Ivi Kioveleil lias tick to his us oxprcsHliie tnticli Itcv Dr V H Kalnsford Kplscoiiallan Now York IVril Your Clillilrpnii Sun Ill ho cnlld Mirlstlnn homes cli hI rn- a re noRltvtiil as to tholr apI rI t tin na ttircK AH little ii ii tutu a they arc well cured for hut tlmt Is nil Parents think they must clothe and feed them inn dccldo iticHtlons of amusement and companions and politics lint till Milijoct of religion the most Important of OIl they must Uocldo for thiinselvcs lllshoi James M Tholiufn Motho list Hun In Find True Iliipplnrix Man possesses fame lint this docs not satisfy this cravings of his wml socks sonsunl plcasnro lint with this como repulsion and a reaction and then Ktlll dcHlrlrm la accninulatos nionoy hut hone of thcso brines trno happlnoss for all of them arc only of till external of man and tint of man himself It Is only by a constant wok Ins for paaIiitt 0 lug noblo and better than wo can over posses III this life by over MokltiK a fuller truer and will er lIft that we can expect to become men Itcv Nathaniel Mooney Cit t ho Ill hlcaro MALCOM KIRK A Tale of Moral Herolam In Ovorcomlnif the World By CHARLES IL SHELDON uwOOIIiIlIA Step Crutifliiimiif Vhillp itnmir Itvtxit JorJyi icit IAIIH OuprUtit luuu by hi Advance Publlthlag CoI UOHTUIUK- AJrilAPTICIt XV FAITII IIWOMES IIIIIKII set HI Uitll till hour oHliod there stood fnwitiK Iulth u xd liHikine well dresMil womau who was evidently the inUtreHM of the house I have come In answer to your ad vertlneiuout inuaiii said lalth slow ly Sits was unexpectedly cinlmrrastt iU by the womans silent look Will you come III The woman pointed to a chair and tulth silt down It wits the dining room a Hue largo room evidently well keptMy uanie Faith Kirk have been at work an a retoucher III Kef ftiiH studio and tiers are some refer ences tWill that place Kulth handed them out and this wo man took them and carefully read tlitui While slit was rcadlne Fitilli looktil aUitit shyly lout observantly She liked the appearance of the house Have you ever workiMl out In the city asked tilt woman suddenly aa she finished the references No iimiun I came lucre to work lu studio and lost my position there owing to a reduction of hands Can you oookV Yes inanui replied Kaltli mod en tly And do the housework for n filtHily of four There are my husband and my turn and 1IIIIIghttrIthink can do It I ntu sure I can am HtroiiK and well Ialth spoke with some pride for whether she hind tier mothers beauty or not sIte hail Inherited her parents KpUiidld phy sique The wotnau of till house looked at her In MOttle hesitation I dont know you at nil she Dually said No uianm I dont know you ei ther Faith wild It without the least appearance of belnc Impertinent nail after the fashion of Maleoni Kirk she looked straight In the others eyes us she spoke rhl women colored at tlrst truth then smiled a little alt does seem to bo about an oven thins doesnt It Well till references lire Rood as tar as they Would you come for a week on trial have Konerally hired my help In that Yes ninaIii wuyI am willing to pay Faro a you CUll do the cooklne or oven F If you CUll its all the work satisfactorily will comu on trial nil If dont please you you can dismiss mo said Faith a little eagerly There was sonnet alHiut the womans manner that seemed to her cold and unneces sarily businesslike hilt on till whole It seemed like a desirable place to work My name Is Fulton Yours Is Kirk Faith Kirk Ah yes Will Faith Ill show you your room Have you a trunk f Yes maant At my tootH Faith gave her tIn number Ill send nil expressman after It She wont to n telephone In till next room and gave till necessary order Faith had packed her trunk so as to have It In readiness Mrs Fulton led Faith tip stairs tnI her room which was n comfortable place and as they stood there sIte talked about the work expected of the help suppose you will want your Thurs slimy afternoon nnd Sunday after din Iwrf suppose so said Faith a little vaguely Mrs Fulton looked at her sharply have always been In the habit of my girls that amount of time 11course you dont have to take It If dont wmat to should like my Sunday I want to utile to go to church said Faith boldly Of course Wo have late dinner nay 2 or Jut r past After that you are at liberty rill the rest of the day Faith did taut say anything it rid Mrs Fulton took her down to till kitchen which was furnished lu a clIlIIlhttI manner thai pleased Faith UIII- meul wIts stepped Into It Are you ready to begin work today asked Mrs Fulton after ex pIn n ti g tIll IIIII e and shisinh Faith whore articles Yes iimam wereIVery well Dinner at half past IiiIr Fulton slots uot come out from tho city until night I expect tny son and daughter from school always Can you go ahead and get lunch without any Iwlpf Yes maam Faith answered sim ply SIte had determined to let her work spenk for Itself Slit had her fathers self possession In such unit ters Besides idle found herself la boring under u pleasant excitement that Btltnulated her She knew slat would be able to do her best Mrs Fulton looked at her new help again with some sharpness Where slId you say you wore from I mean before you came to this cIty My homo Is lu Kansas That Is good ways from Chicago Mrs Fulton spoke In some surprise No further than Chicago from Kansas said Faith again utter her fashion looking straight at Mrs Ful ton Thus woman of the house seemed amused this time She seemed also to be on the point of asking more ques tions hut finally went out of the kitch en leaving Faith In possession there As Mrs Fnltou sat down lu this par lor she sighed hint It was evidently a sigh of relief never slid such a thing before to hire a girl on such slender knowledge lint shin looked clean and Intelligent she taoIst to herself And am bo tired of the help I have been having I expect of course to disappointed In her I always am lint Ill let lien try It for a week and see Mrs Fulton sighed agaIn and went up stairs to look after status of the work then for no matter how runny girls she might have hud or how capa ble they may have linen she was a born housekeeper and never was sat isfied unless slit was doing something herself Meanwhile Faith down lu the kitch en planned and prepared a lunch that was a delightful surprise to the fumf ly when It sat shown at half paa 12 Slit had rightly supposed that Mrs Fulton was a generous provider and she found an excellent supply of every thing In tilt birder Dorothy hind taught Faith cooking ansI hash oven gout lit yond till simple plain cooking oral narily common to the life In till par sonage It was uot a dlllicult thing therefore with tho supply before her for Faith to produce a dainty aud ap petizing lunch When shin rung the boll a few multi utes before the time till boy who hail boon lu tOt library canoe In and sat down at outs Mrs Fulton who hall not been utile to keep out of the kitchen altogether In suIte of her determina tion to let the new girl manage alone sat down with a fooling of surprise as she viewed the tattle The girl who was about Faiths age came In from the parlor where she had been playing exorcises on the piano ansi tilt lunch proceeded with many favorable cow ments especially front the boy who had brought home with him a school boys appetite Say this salad Is all right said the young gentleman as he passed his pinto for thus thIrst time Hope youll keep this now girl for life Sho certainly has done very well for the tlrst time I expect It will wear off soon WP never had a girl yet that kept It up very long said Mrs Fulton She rang thin bell for something and Faith came In It was the first time the boy ansI girl hash seen her She was somewhat embarrassed but she served something on the table quietly ansi gracefully Something In her This iou daughter Alice ami wiy son llou manner seemed to attract the girl who utter a moment of awkward silence said Mother you have forgotten to Intro duce Roy nut me Oh said Mrs Fulton with a shade of annoyance Yes this Is my dut sigh ter Alice and my Hoy Faith what tilt you say your other name wlIT Kirk Faith Kirk Yes Kirk You cant hiring In the des Hort now Faith It you have any Have youYes nmaui replied Faith She couM not help looking at the other girl with Ilitereat She was1 ule and did uot stein to be very well She was the extreme opposite of her mother evi dently There Will a pleasant smile on her face us aLe nodded to Faith and Faith would have been u very stupid girl If Hhe hud nut noticed the look aud been warmed nt tIn heart by It Wish you would leave that salad here salt Roy as Faith was about to take It ofT the table Hoy Hald his mother sharply you have had all the salamI that Is good for timid Roy outIhave you Mrs Fulton rebuked him again ansi Faith went out with till dishes She cleared the cloth deftly and then brought In tile dessert which to Miss ter Hoys great satisfaction happened to be a delicious apple pie musIc from one of Dorothys own recipes This Is what I call pie said Hoy as he attacked a segment which repre sented about a quarter of the circle It wont be a pie very long at the rate you are eating now said his sis terTheres another I hope Isnt there he asked Faith anxiously I like It cold for dinner Faith nodded and Mrs Fulton look ed sternly at her boy But she was pleased with the new girl so far When the lunch was over and Faith was clearing everything away Mrs Fulton and the children were talking about her In the parlor Mother Im sure shes not just an ordinary hired girl She seemed to me like a lady said Alice You neednt try to spoil her Mrs Fulton spoke with a near approach to Irritation She Is apparently a calm ble girl as far aa cooking goes She may be a failure In other ways The cooking Is the main thing said Master Roy as he strapped his books together and started off to school That last girl we had didnt know how to boll eggs I vote for the new girl every time That afternoon Faith continued with her work conscious that so far she had pleased the family When Mr Fulton came home and sat down to the dinner he watt agreeably surprised and Joined with the rest In praises of the new girl I think you have found a treasure said Mr Fulton And It so we ought to pay her a week She a superior cook By all means my dear said Mrs Fulton We can afford to give that to keep her- When Faith came In to serve that evening she was startled as she recog nized In Mr Fulton the graybearded man who bad stood In front of the pIc- ture with the young gentleman he had called Mulcom Evidently Mr Ful ton did not recognize her or remember that he hind seen her before lie seem ed like a mann who was completely en grossed In his business lie was generous aud wanted the best of every thing especially on his table Like the others of his family he welcomed with a feeling of relief the domestic service which meant comfort and pleasure In the affairs of the kitchen and the table At the close of the week Mrs Fulton felt so well satisfied that she told Faith she would give her 4 a week to re main Fnlth accepted the offer ansi In her room that Saturday night she took account of her surroundings with con siderable satisfaction I am really making more money than I was In the studio she said to herself Nearly alt I make now Is clear gain I get my board room and washing and that saves a large bill of expense If I went Into a store at 5 or 0 a week and bad to pay my board I couldnt save anything She was right about that for she bad come away from home well provided with clothes and her expenses outside of board and room and car tare bad been almost nothing There was one thing that troubled her now however She bad not yet written home of her present place of work She said to herself that she ought to tell her moth er frankly how It all came about and that resolve seemed to give her peace of mind She would write home tomorrow Sunday afternoon But when Sunday came several things happened through the day to disturb her In the first place Mr Fulton In formed her that they were to have company for half past 2 dinner and Faith knew that meant a hard fore noons work It doesnt seem right for people to have company dinner on Sunday she sold to herself aa she cleared away the breakfast dishes and proceeded to wash them while the family went Into the parlor for Sunday morning pray ersThe kitchen door had been left a little ajar and presently Faith could hear the plnno Mr Fulton never bad family worship during the week He was too busy to stop for It In the morn- Ing But Sunday he held to the custom which his owu father had strictly obI served back In New England not In the morning of every day but at night as well Alice was playing The family had read a passage from the Bible In turn and now before the prayer they were singing Welcome Sweet Day of Kest float ed out through the dining room Into the kitchen and Faith paused as she wiped a dish and to tell the truth very hot tear dropped down Into the dishwater She bad not been asked to unite with these Christian people In worship and for a moment an angry hard rebellious spirit stirred In the girl as she listened to the familiar hymn It was one the family at borne often sang at prayers on Sunday Mr Fulton kneeled to pray He was a trustee In a large and fashionable church bad a class In the Bunday chool ud was considered to be a strictly honorable exemplary Christian man It never crossed his mind that the servant In his kitchen could peas- atiy need or want a little worship Whit Other Christian people As for Mrs Pulton she had never Invited her help Into the parlor for such services It was her theory and practice that It was beet not to encourage familiarity with the domestic Alice was troubled over the matter and had In fact once or twice timidly said something but Mrs Fulton silenced her objections al wunlIuse of asking them f- In the kitchen of the Fulton mansion that Sunday morning while the family were all away at church a struggle was going on that would possibly have stat tied the complacent doctor nt Mr Fail tona church as he preached beautifully from the text There Is no respecter of persons with God ITO BK coNTiircntt Reynolds came up to the table And levied over It A Story of College Life BY Rev Charles M Sheldon We have a treat for our readers in the above We have purchased the serial rights for this noted writers latest work and the first chapters will be printed soon It is entitled Edward Blake College Student BE SURE TO READ IT Stricken With Paralysis Henderson Grimett of this place was stricken with partial paralysis and completely lost the use of one arm aud side After being treated by an eminent physician for quite a while without relief my wife recom mended Chamberlains Pain Balm aud after usiug two bottles of it he in almost entirely cured GEORGE H MCDONALD Man Logan Co W Va Several other very remarkable cures of partial paralysis have been effected by the use of this liniment It is most widely known however as a cure for rheumatism sprains and bruises Sold by S E Welch Jr BO YEARS It TRADE DESIGNS Ac n hanclsomolr Illnitrattvl weekly trllelt drrulalion of any cleniltlo journal iermi 11 a Branch office OS st Va hlDitnD U Do not be deceived hJ those who ad vertise a 6000 Sewing Machine for fiiOOO Tlibs kiuist of n niaihiuu lau be bought from us or usliv of our from 1500 tolS00 WC MAKE VARIETY THE NEW HOME IS THE The Feed tho weakness of Sewing Tin the best Sewing Machine to buy We for EXPERIENCE MARKS COPYRIGHTS rqulklrllnnunfratiotaiaitiCtlycontidentiti iLOIitItatnata theScientific ncwidealersMUNNCo3618 BUY THE NllMESEWINGMACHINE BEST determines iitrengthot olhllICIRCULARS I showing tho dIr tVrent stvltw ol Si wlneMitcblDi vruiuituufucturounu prices bvfore pure btulny THE NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE 60 Uulon Hq X Y Cblcago III Atlanta Oat JU LoultuMo IillasTexSan KmnclsooCa FOR SALE BY SISCO COil Nicholasville Ky I THE CITIZENBEREA KYOCTOBER 17 1901 TEMPERANCETOUCH From personal experience alit the statements of eminent medical writers there stems no reason to doubt the fact that habitual use of tobacco i all its forms is extremely harmful especially does this remark apply to the common practice of cigarette smoking by the youth of our laud It is a demonstrated fact that the use of tobacco in any form by the growing youth hinders normal development blunts the mental faculty and ruins the morals The cheap cigarette in common use are rank poison innlb a instances the tobacco used in the manufacture had been gathered from the street gutters in the form of cigar stubs saturated with noxious fluids and the germs of diphtheria typhoid fever tuberculosis and other infec tious diseases It is wellknown that the habit of smoking by stealth as in mot of these cases leads to dis honesty bad company andother serious consequences which material ly weaken the mental and physical vigor of those addicted to this per nicious influence It is well knowu among medical men that inveterate smokers very often suffer from gastric catarrhcardialgia heart pain conc stipation and it is upon the disturbances of the digestive function due to nicotine poisoning that some authors formed their theories of tissue ehanges so often found in tobacco users Hyporasthosia nerVe sensitiveness in different nerve odd ings they be mentioned as a peculiar and rare effect of tobacco smokirig Thus we have weakening of the audi tory nerves of the optic and the olfactory nerves pain in the limbs and chest and so on The use of the cigar and the pipe as all know has also been put forward as a cause of cancer of the 1Ipthet chronic irritation it is chemically as well as mechanically in producing the disease Other authors assert that U eref have been many cases in which the intellectual faculties have suffered andeven madness and other mental disturbances been produced by immoderate 0 and long continued tobacco smoking Furthermore lar yugeal and bronchial catarrh may be aggravated by smoking and remaining in places used for smoking there have been also some cases of so called spinal irritation or male hysteria traceable to immoderate indulgence in tobacco using- I venture the assertion that nine out of ten habitual tobacco users suffer more or less from some form of functional heart trouble such as pal pitation irritable heart irregularity with distress at heart intermittance and tachycardia quick heart and many other symptoms of nicotine poisoningAccording to one author workmen in tobacco manufactories suffer from these and similar symptoms and gradually acquire a pale yellow cachetic appearance and it has been shown that nicotine was also found in the perspiration of a man who bad been poisoned by chronic tobacco smoking smelling strongly of tobac co even after a vapor bath had been administerHaving witnessed the physical un doing of many persons from the ef fecti of nicotine poisoning and with the hope that I might be an instru ment of warning to these unfortunates is my apology for writing this desultory articleO D FITZGERALD t MD in St Louis Advocate A Typical South African Store 0 R Larson of Bay Villa Sundays- River Capo Colony conducts a stor- typical of South Africa at which can be purchased anything from the proverbial needle to an anchor This store is situated in a valley nine miles from the nearest railway station and about twentyfive miles from the nearest town Mr Larson says I am favored with the custom of within a radius of thirty miles many of whom I have supplied Chamberlains remedies All testify to their value in a household whore a doctors advice is almost out of the question Within one mile of my store the population is perhaps sixty Of these within the past twelvemonths no less than fourteen Hove been absolutely cured by Chamber lains Cough Remedy This must surely be a record For sale by S E Welch Jr WANTEDCapable reliable person In every county to represent large company of solid Sean i e weekly3perdayabsotutelysureandallexpeneeM mission salary paM each Saturday arum eXpn emoney advanced each week sTANDARD nousiCn DJUaBORN ST CUICOO Correspondence Rockcastle County 1Scaffold Cairo Mr John Black and wife of llli nois are hero visiting friends mud relativesThe marriage of Rev J W Lambert to Miss Emma Gntld is rumored Our farmers art busily preparing to sow wheat Richmondtlast week Mrs J E Crouchur is very ill at this writing J C Guinn is the newly elected trustee for this district J C Simpson is building a new storehouse on the State road near hero contemplatingmake their future home Rev James Bicknelland wife of Berea were at our place Sunday Sir Bicknell hold services at the old church We nre to have him with us again the second Sunday in November Rev E B Hill the Presiding Elder of the M E Church will hold the first Quarterly Meeting of the 3ockcastlo Circuit at Scaffold Cane Church Monday and Tuesday November 25th 2Cth Every body keep note of the meeting anti come A P SMITH Pastor Rockford Dr Samms is very low with typhoid fever Misses Dora and Btielah Viars were ho guests of Mrs W C Viars Friday last Mrs Laura Blazer visited relatives Berea last week Mrs Laura Jones was with home folks Saturday and Sunday Mrs Susan Robinson after severe and painful illness died on Thursday morning last A husband and child mourn her death Egbert Gadd and wile started to Illinois yesterday Miss Bettio Gadd visited relatives on Clear Creek Saturday maul Sunday Livingston Mr J A Mudd made a flying tripI to Cincinnati this week to consult a specialist in regard to his health Mr Roeler and Mr Bently went to Louisville on business this week Mr Charlie Starks went to Louis ville shopping this week Mr Will Ward and charming daughter Cora are visiting Mr John McGee this week Miss Bertie MulHna attended the Teachers Association at Mt Vernon Saturday Hn McCarthy who has been visit tag her son Mr Geo McCarthy of this place has returned to her the at Lebanon Dlaputauta The Teachers Association will be heldat Disputanta schoolhouse Nov 2d Dinner on the grounds A series bf meetings will begin at Clear Creek Church Oct 13th O M Payne and R J Abney wore in Richmond last Monday on businessQuite a number of young people at this place are planning to be iti school the winter term at Berea The Sunday School at Disputanta LauraeSperico is superintendent Mr and Mrs Wm Shearer have a new baby Mr G V Owens of this place has bought a lot in Beroa He is erect lag new buildings on it Mr and Mrs Willie Mullins of reValley View have returned home from an extended visit hero Rev H J Derthick of Berea preached the funeral sermons of Richardand Robert Anglin at the Old Tan Yard Oct 6th Mr and Mrs Ben Davidson visited relatives at Moores Creek Jackson County last week Mrs J W Lake returned home Monday after an extended visit to EvergreenThe on tho John Ste phone farm on Clear Creek was destroyed by fire Friday night Oct 11th The contents belonged to Wm Gadd Born to the wife of Armp Gadd a flue boy Jackson County Kirby Kilo Muss China HudHon is improving Mr Wm L Powells two little sons have boon sick hut art some letter Mr William Hiitliold of Keren tins brought his steamengine mid in very busy making staves Mr Henry Bowman nttendod tho Sunday School at this plait Sunday Mrs J W Baker nod family of Berea visited Mrs Bakers sister Mrs Henry Click last Friday stay lug over Sunday Miss Charlotte linker with her sisters two children is visiting Mrs Jack Rose of this place Mrs Sherideu Ballard attended church at this place Sunday Most of the teachers wont to MeKeo Saturday to receive their first pay ment It was only twenty per coot of their salary- Grnnvillo Hayes and Frank Jones have gone to Winchester Mr and Mrs Galiigher visual rel alive how last week- OwMloyd lurk Mr C F Parks and wife bare gone to visit relatives in Jessamine County The Sunday School is progressing nicely at this place under superin tendence of C11 Click Church services were conducted Sunday by Rev H R Hognn who remained for Sunday School Vel come again Bro Hogiui A P Settle has returned from a trip to Louisville Saturday was pay day for Jackson county teachers who cnn now go to work without the thought of financial embarrasment during the rest of the term A very interesting address was de livered to till school by Kiss Virgin ia Dox Monday Sorghum making is in full sway CIFS B Combs visited home Sunday Owsley County GuhlmltIIJack Frost week H W Minter WHS at Booneville WednelldllYIsorghum this week Mrs Jailey Gabbard and son Heu ry visited relatives on Cow Greek SundayMr Mrs C B Moore visited Mr and Mrs Vol Taylor of Conk ling Saturday and Sunday Mr Uel Wilder attended the Baptist Association in Leslie Co Satur day and Sunday Mr David Luusford of Tnllega passed through hero this week on his way to Buffalo Mrs A C Gabbard of Booneville who has been here a week with her daughter Mrs Minter returned home Wednesday Geo Reynolds son of Uncle Mere dith Reynolds and his two little lions have returned from Arkansas after mi absence bf about 17 or 18 years Meredith Gabbard attended thin Teachers Institute holdat White Oak Saturday He reports it liS the most successful institute held this year in Owsley A good and helpful program was presented anti an ex cellent dinner was served Uncle Ira Rowland and Aunt Rachel Reynolds of near Boonoville were married last week Tho bride and the groom are about severity years old THE HOMEI LIFTING YOUR FAMILY About twelve years ago two boys wore making their way along a mount tain rood on foot Tho rond was out n pike nod it had been miide soft nut slippery hII went ruin TIll boys were burdened by a heavy ear pet bag mid a large bundle which contained about all their worldly possessions AH they plodded on they mol III unarm on horseback IIIIH u kindly faced man rand he stopisslas ho came up to the young men Where are you nil agoingT he asked Oh were agoing on hero apiece tine elder boy replied Well by taw looks allow your a going to Reran to the College gOjAroyou aro on Keep on mud youll get to liraAnd you are a doing just Ihright thing in tiring there too Ivo seen the workings of thirst school sad what it does for chaps likou You go to school nt Bereii u spell tintl it will lift you out of thin mud It dill lift them out of the mud They luuli bard struggle They sawed wood for forty dims a eoid Thy bonniest themselves They stood heap of ridicule from friends mutt neighbors at lone who ought to have helped them lint today one of those young men ill a county superintendent and the other is a riots funnier rind storekeeper soul their children will do letter than they did Thug unit their firnilifit tire lifted out ol tin mini Now you mud your family will nev or get hold of time blessings of educa tion unless ion bfyiii You must hake a little of the mosey that is lying idle rind send your brightest boy or girl to Berea this winter Many of our brightest young pit hays already learned all they cant learn ill the free schools anti are jut wasting their time there Dont say you cant alTord it You cant ulTord not to educate your flllllI lily IThill is tho wny they do it in Vr A poor mountain farmer there willwork night mid day mid get one child educated so fur that sire inu teach school null then the nif lirlft tile otter children This is tine win they do it in SItI laud Tho whole family will work trail save and gut one toy oil to college and he will come home on his vacations and teach tho other chil- drtD This is time WilY they do it in Swit zerlaud Tho older boys and girls go down into tho low lamia work out tad send the Mono homo Unit tho younger ones cnn be llluCIlItclI And there urn conning to bo a grent many of our American Highlanders who are an mimrt mid as anxious to lift their families as time Scotchnod the Swiss Highlanders rite Tho prico of a few hogs u few loads of tan bark a low oxtr i cattle will get your child unit started or- an education If you have a girl who likes music remember that she our have instruction in singingwithout tiny elxra cost and that for a fow dollars extra slio can learn to play ou a cabinet organ and lo able to cam money tho your round by teaching music to the neighbor girls Herein girls who have taken onlyn part of the course iu onco aro earning as much IIH four dollars a in good families in Cincinnati and Chicago And romemlxir that rutty mother can send her daughter to titian annul pay her way with homespun cloth and berl covers There is an adver tinement in this paper whieh tolls OU that Borea College will pay as 1II111hI as six dollars for n good indigo dyed wollwovon bedcover Dont lose tiny time Tho WinlurI Terra begins ou the morning nesday December llth THE FESTIVAL TIME OF YEAR IS DRAWING NEAR nnd you will want to miiKo presents to your friends An invitation is extended you to visit mo in tho WuUh Block mind inspect my Htock o- fClocks Watches Fine Cutlery Brie= aBrac My stock is complete Rogers 1847 Silverware twenty per cent lower than ever I engrave free any purchnso made from my Htoro It you aced spec taclea come to mo EXAMINATION FREE T A ROBINSONOPTICIAN AND J WELl- mVVelch Bloolc Berea Ky THE SCHOOL Kdllixl by1 WIIIIIOll1l1rt limn of till Nor east DcpxrliiuMit IkHH rolliiro ARITHMETIC TEACHING Uoiulllild- lTenchers often mnko n great mill tnko in rMtiiring pupils to do over nod over again examples hut nro es Hontinlly the snino Far exninple if ten problems urn given which require thAIIIIIO process till result is that tho arrangement throws tilt emphasis upon tint figures annul not upon the thought Then in tho beginning of a childs work problems should Ian given of such n nature that thin child cnn solve them IIl1lItlllwithout the aid of tho pencil Tho child should bo led to sro that the use of till pencil is onlya convenience noel not a necessity in arithmetical work It is right hero that many of our teach nre mnking n big mistake jlrs it would bo mi absolute gain the pencil WHS forbidden in nrith nw tie below tho fourth grade Another thing that demands our attention is that tho mechanical work of ciphering 10 to spell k him been undiilv einphnsicd Wlutt wo want is a great number of exorcises tint rune comparntively easy Therefore do not lo afraid to devote n large amount of ti ne to mental drill The business world demands in tilt mechanical work of till counting room thud tutu results shrill aClU rate The l oy in nu otlico or in tho bank or in time store thnt adds n coliimi of figures wrong attains n result timid inns no real value The teacher should lo careful to drill time pupils to accuracy Nothing hut accuracy is of tiny value Mr Hall in speaking of this feet says that if seventy five percent of tho work rfonnod by tine pupilut thoir seats is trot absolutely correct tine teacher is nt fault HIlt hns either ileinamlett too much of the pupils or else sine hUll riot put proper emphnsis upon till demand for necurnoy There nro two things that tho teacher must aim for first that tho child skull see the relation of the figures to the ob jevt second thud ho shnll learn to use figures nccurntely Another thing thnt needs changing is the common fault of ranking little children don largo amount of number work for busywork Tenchers will tell the children to perform tho sumo tnble of exercises over six times just to keep them busy The child is Incoming n mnchino under such teaching It Ht loH thought rural Ix1 sides is an absolute grind No wonder children ploy hooky Tenchew who lack tact usually fall backon arith motic to help thom through limo tiny I bravo lost faith in tho beneficial re aunts of Hiich exorcises whim Isus pupils iu our upper grllclwho turn tho result of thilItomgo process ofnrithnwtic1IlluergyPrilllcrIM neatinn NOT MINERS AND PIONEERS FOIIKVKII I have but scant pntionco with the reverent watching of tho child to sew what ho will do next But on tho other hand the despotic disregard of children eel time military manipula tion of children which still prevails must disappear forever before the now in education which treats children little men and women Children art just IIH much interested in the lifo that now iHin electric cars wireless telegraphy mid liquid air ns or the mound The Good buildersIlambs in his tho preHoiit mid they profit h his height nnd strength and wisdom Ho jdocH not tow them by n string of theory through time mud mad tho brambles anal over tho rough places of time past Tho children nro tho heirs of till tho ages not till pioneers land minors forever rediscovering till wealth of tie rnco lenry Turner Hailry THE FARM IMIIiMliyS r MAMiKrrolrftunrnl llortl rulluro aeretloltega POULTRY FOR MARKET ttonrludrd It is conceded by the tine best quality of moat on a fowl is found on line breast lloiuo all who seek for first class tnblu fowls should select tine breeds which mare line greatest amount of meat on the breast These cnn be readily recognized by tho po cellar shnpo of brooda character ied LeghoriiH Hambtirgs lUll others of the socalled French variet its mitt comparatively worthless for market purposes though thoy are among the best layers Some of them urn of poor color for tine Amori cnn mnrketH while others mutt too small to bo profitable Whom broil ITS arm tho object aimed at hero can be no mistiiko in selecting tho Plym outh Hocks and Vyamlotten of either color though purhnpl thin Barred Plymouth Rocks ninth Golden Wynndottes nro tutu boat Gitnuvi nlso are desintble being remarkably solid Indian Gauges nro OHjecinliy noted as having an nbuiiiliiuce of breast ment Theno vitriolic cam le- n lielour for a goodly uuinlx of eggs annul if tho natural method of incubation is used no letter sitters nnd mothers cnu bo found Tho young chicks turn very hardy grow fart mud ronch tho projwr suit stint plumpness for broilers at n romnrkn lily early age Their legs ninth skin mini it 11tutifulIlOW which mnkori them exceedingly attractive and dt sirnble iu our city mnrketH Other breeds which rank next to tlitno in qualities suitable for broilers art lavns Dorkingnaud Amoricnn Dom iniquert W hum tho varieties stave named will also servo their pur jKwto ns ronstern there are other hrecdH which excel them in this ro spect and the farmer or jwultrymnn who expects to do hiM sham in supplying tints city market with fowls for ronsling purposes during the brisk holiday trade will find it to min lutes out to select a variety thnt HIHUUN po ctilinrly ndnpted to this purjHwo This wo final in the deservedly papa tar Light Bnihmn fowl In fact these fowls have so ninny oxcellont quail tits that it would Ian impossible in till present article to givo them jus lice They an reasonably good lay ors and ssess the peculiarly valtin bio characteristic of laying most of their eggs during the cold mouths when eggs invariably bring till Ixwit amfirstono ns broilers they Oft n failure When drocsed nt till proM r ago nnd size for broilers tinny present nil tin gninly lung legal longnecktxl np Hnrniiit almost IHJ cnllwl disgusting Out vnlunblo trait ie culinr to tho Light Brnhmti nlouo is tin net that they roach the highest degrio of IHlrflocttCl plumpneets just- us they ronch maturity anti it in this which mnkert them valuable Ira ronstors Thoy an then very large and their Iwnutifully roundel gol den yellow carcasses when properly drosNed mako tint appnnnmco nt tractive ns to iimiriably commands higher price tliini other varieties And the quality of tint flush fully justifies itH outward npjwwiranco Tho opinion of epicuron has elcCrtlocl tint ns roasters tho Light Hrahnm fowls nn fur Hiiperior to turkeys duckn or gas They are certainly tho farmers nnd ouUryiiiens moii ley maker for tho holiday treason In order to nuke tho last of the poultry industry tho farmer or brooder peclallinoI nluiron1llItJ1market so as to nocim its host ad vantngeH No doubt in doing his lock will bring him profits along other lines IIHO yon if tutu main object bo kept iu viow and tho beast efforts bo oxortixl in that direction tine pecuniary rosultn will bo most satisfac tory The Helpful lieu rdBEREA COLLEGEI IPlaces the Best Education in Reach of All ToiicliorM 8UU HtiidontH from JO Htiiten Largest College Library in Kentucky NO SALOONS Trade SchoolH Carpentry Printing Housework Nursing two years Model Hcliools Genornl Education nnd fitting for advanced courses For those sufficiently advanced to yet a teachers certificate Applied Hclonco Two years course with Agriculture for young men rued Domestic Science for young ladies Normal OourHO Two years with prnctico teaching Acuiloiny OimrMO Four years fitting for College for business stint Jollogo CoursoLitcrnry Philosopliicnl ClaHsical for life MiiHlc Reed Organ Choral freed Vocal Piano Theory Wo mire hero to holri till who will holp thomsolvoH toward a Christian edu cation Our instruction is a froo gift Students pay n small incidental fee to moot expenses of tine school sport from instruction and must also sy for board in advance Expenses for torn 12 weeks may be brought within 12400 about 11 to bo paid in advance The school is endorsed by Baptist Disciples Method inks Presbyterians and good people of till tlonominutious For information and friendly advice nddresH tho Secretary W O GANPLB Derea Madison pot Ky