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Rev JOHN DODWELL Independent Weekly With Mlrnic rqudrt MtxRof Killliim ManagerT HE CAnDevoted Interests FARM to of the SCHOOL Kntfml nl IV lhtJlt rtw maHnuillfr tl lima 50 CENTS A YEAR r VOL III A 111 m i111IIr BEUEA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY OCTOBER 21 1901 Fifty teats a year SU Ie IDEAS When you art in it good 1111I stick to it God gives IIH ellllnclH it iH our business to Heio thmllIIf you dont null your village slop whining lint IIIOTO out Tin lower down n man is the more his is inclined to hate his poorer mtighlatr and abuse tho Negro My fruit in butter tliun gold yea thud farm gold and my revenue than choice silver IIixdonlin Prwvrb TAKE NOTICE CIIICSIDKNT HIOHT AT IIFAH WALLOW President Front will preach at Rear Wallow Madison County on Sunday Oct 27th at MK in the morniii and give Mitt lecture upon his travel in the Holy Lund at night Parents nod teachers must do their INv t to ktv p up the attendance at tin freo HcLooIHIon the Progress of the Negro lint Saturday night in lhe lh giiJhiiHl Malcolm liirkwill noon bo con onllloCollege Student Subscribe for Tn CiTizis you can rend this story It is good FROM THE WIDE WORLD In UiTiniin sugar refineries molass till ix being UMtd ill the preparation of foul for cattle RumorM went current Saturday that this Pope of tome was sulTering fron an attack of palsy Sydney Nova Scotia was visit wl by a ttirrihlo lire Saturday There win ud water to fight tilt lames null till loss Wilts great- Germany Mud RiiNHia have prac tically completed comimtrcial treaty and tin much 0artrl tariff war lie twtHtn thiun is pruvunttrl den Leonard Wood has notifiit the War Department that tilt funuml elections ill Cuba will lx held Dec 31 and the elt ction fur President Viral Irnr il tnt haul Solution on Fish 21 next IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Hour Adnlirul Buiirc U S N died at his homo Saturday Admiral Hiiuc served ill the imvy more than 16 years A dispatch from Docalur IVun to Chattanooga Teiin states that iu cendiaries burnisl the courthouse and records nt D catur Saturday morning early U S Ambassador Chontu arrived ill New York from Knglatid Saturday Mr Choate said he was on his way to Washington to consult with the President The wonderful display of shooting stars which startled tho northern hemisphere in Noveinlwr 11 H 1857 is due to reappear November M 15 Will just three nooks haute The President told a Senator lasf week that he cx octcd to send the new Isthmian Count treaty betweei the U Stutu Grunt Britain to tin Senate as soon as Congress convenes And he added that tho new treaty was moro satisfactory to him person ally thun tilt Hay Pauncefote treaty wnM r COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY The Baptist Academy which was projiKttni lit Irvine in Kntill County lint boon given up The Department of Agriculture huts uurantiiied Clinton Canopyyon IIC count of ticky cattle Tho entire property of tho Sterling Oil anti Cian Company has 11ttuHOhl to outside capitalists JatneH Meridy of Knox County ha wedded Mrs Galloway Games widow an has fourteenth wifo Fire destroyed the courthouse lit Paris Saturday morning LOHH be tween 120000 and tUWOtX Insur ance f0000 A determined assault was made on tho Providence minus in NVebstor countv by a hams of forty armed men late Saturday night The mili tary Imo been Hent to the scone of trouble Jock M HtiHHoll who was seriously wounded in the attack hint Wednes day by Bolomen on a detachment of Company K ninth infantry at Can darn river Island of Samar is a son of Dr E F Utissell of Hopkinsville Ills homo is in Bowling Qroeu Planning for an Education CllNTINrKlli WHAT THE BOYS CAN DO A steer or some hogs to sell will tiring you the money Keep up your fences bettrr cultivate your land butter and enclose a little more and you can easily raise some extra stock And raising stock if you save the manure will improve your land Chop it out Many a young man can get the money from the products of the forests logs bark ties shingles staves Work it out Many n young man can get employ ment at some sawmill or working for sonic neighbor Many young ladies earn good money by doing house work for some neighbor Several are now working in Cincinnati and Dont he too to do honorable workIThis is the way they do in Vermont A poor IIIOllnItain harmer there will work night and day and get one child so well educated that she can teach school and then she will help the other children And this is the way they do it in Scotland The whole family will work and save and send one boy off to school and he will come home on his vacation and touch the other children Anti this is the way they do it in Switzerland The older boys and girls go down in the lowlands and work andsend back money so that the younger ones can be educatedLiving more cheaply is possible Yet we must remind you that it does not pay to live too cheaply We hove known students to spoil their eyes with a cheap lamp and get silk because of insullicient lood and clothing and fail in study because they did not provide themselves with necessary books We believe in being saving and economical Hut when you are spending money to get an education you do not want to fail to get the hull benefit of your schooling for lackof a little extra money Ho smart be industrious hustle around If you cant earn a dollar a dayearn half adollar dont be idle If it rains make splint bottoned chairs and ax handles in the house Earn money and then have till good of it Jut you must snake your money go as far as possible One way is to rent rooms and board yourself If you can bring your meat and fruit from home you can buy meal and sugar cheaper here than in most places so that your living need not cost much more than if you did not rums to school You can usually rent two rooms 12 x 15 legit square containing cookstove chairs table and two bedsteads for four or five dollars a term Suppose motherand two daughters with a neighbors girl take such rooms anti spend fifty cents a week for each person for food in addition to what they bring front home and fifty cents more for fuel for the family The expense in money would be 250 a week or S3o for the term Add 5 for rent and Si for extras and you have 3h whit h is only y apiece or 75 cents a weekeach We know a County Superintendent who boarded him self and hIS brothers in this way Earning Money in Berea helps many a boy anti girl We must remind fathers anti mothers that no boy or girl fan possibly earn all their expenses while attending school Some say they do this but probably they are favored with pay for more work than theyreally do or perhaps they break down in their studies There are a few families in Berea who tieemployment to students more or less and the College provides all the work it can This work is divided among as many as possible and paid for in College Script which will applyon incidental ices board and necessaryschool expenses Students who work are paid at the endof each month Fifty cents a cord is paid for sawing wood Girls have five cents an hour for housework boys from live to eight cents an hour for farm work Anyone who has real skilla dressmaker or a seamstress an expert penman a printer carpenter tinsmith painter can earn more and usually he sure of all the work he can well do Hays who sweep classrooms and attend fires in furnaces receive fifty or seventyfive cents a week The school is so large that we cannot furnish work to all who desire it and no one should come depending upon getting work unless he gets a written promise beforehand We have never yet had enough skilled workers nor enough workers in the fall In the winter work is scarce because we cannot do so much out of doors Students taking the Carpenters Course have the best chance of work in that line and those taking the Appli ed Science Course arc likely to have employment the farm and the girls in housework- A young man or young woman of good character who does well in study almost always finds a way to get on in Herea Remember that the hardest time is at the beginning He brave then and you will be victorious later on And remember also that no one was ever sorry for any effort or sacrifice he made to secure an education What others have done you can do SHOES j FOR MEN LADIESCHILDREN Of the Best Quality at Popular Prices DRY GOODS Staple and Fancy Lowest Prices Consistent with Quality FURNITURE rJkIfNIltt NEW LYCEUM COURSEI That the readers of THE CITIZKN j may know that a Lyceum Course is Ixjing provided for the people of Bov run and vicinity an in recent years the names and dates of entertainers are given thus early in the year It will be observed that four of the five come during the winter term and till other very early in the spring term All but one are now to this place and no apology is needed for opening the course with so charming an enter tainer as Mrs BIJtI her Nights have been secured which do not conflict with other important gatherings It hoped that our friends will avoid making other appointments for these dates The following is the schedule Sat Dec 14Mrs Isabel Oarghill BeechorSat IIHou Wra H Sanders Mon Fob 10 Miss Katharine Egglestou Wed Fob 26Reno B Welbourn Sat Mar 22 Ralph Parlette The first of the above thoughnot ill perfect voice when here before wa adjudged one of the most entertain iug readers who ever visited Berea Thus second is recommended an giving a lecture full of grand thoughts anti delivered with wonderful elo queuce Thus third in a ruder who captivates her audiences wherever she goes The fourth has gained a national reputation for his discoveries in wile less telegraphy and his popular illustration of it The fifth is a humorist of humorists His lectures contain nuggets of the solid gold of practical wisdom but they sparkle with wit and fun and satireSingle admission to each entertainment 25 cents season tickets 1100 Children under 12 years 16 cents and 60 cents L V DODOE n Get a free sample of ChamborhinV Stomach and Liver Tablets ut S K Welch Jrs drug store They are easier to take anti more pleasant in effect than pills Then their use is not followed by constipation as is often the case with pills Regular size 2fc per bo- xWILLIAM McKINLEY HIS LIFE AND WORK HY Ot S ClIAKLU IkOIYIN- OIIreilJenti lifelong Friend Commie In war and colleague In ConlfElol u near hll tide with other crett men when hliejei wervclnwil In death Followed the bier to the National Capitol and to Canton The General requires u share of the proceed of bli book to evole to a McKinley Monument Fund Thus lubKrlbtr becomes a contributor to thli fowl Millions of roplei will be wad Everybody will buy IL Orden for the asking Nobody will reline Klegant Photogravure of Iresldeui McKinley t picture taken In the While House You can eaully and quickly clear ltxtl taking order Order outfit quick Chance to prove lucotn and become 8lCurllarltOlIlICtManager for elegant proapectua Tatlnr 1010 50ordendaily m0tt copies will b nIbil vicinity Address TUB CONTINENTAL ASSEMBLY Corcoran Bid Opp U S Treasury Washington II C Repair That Loom I Homespun is coming into fashion again and our girls should keep u the art of spinning Berea College is finding a market for the products of fireside industry which may bring education and comfort to many homes We can pay for wellwoven linen 40 cents a yard jeans 60 cents liusey HO cents wellmatched bed coverlets I to 13 Patent dyos not accepted Old MhiOUOd indigo preferred For information address JOSEPHINE ExcbangeiBerea I e7 Z I zZ Z Zfif7if7 ELEGANT FOOTWEAR I Our Bilt = Well Shoes are Stylish and Serviceable S200 to SUX nod nothing Iliner anywhere at the price Our Walk = Over Shoes won Highest Award at Paris Worlds Fair for Match D YpLOOtlwOur Florsheim ShoeyS500mis unrivaled for Style Elegance and l a pair and nothing finer made at nay price Well clothe your feet in Comfort and Style and save you ro emits to SIX on every pair I t Covington Banks II Richmond Kentucky ri2 aes T C LOWRY ATTORNEYATLAWRichmond STKEI Collections And Real Estate Seecldltv FOR SALE Two Fine- Kitchen Cabinets 12 EACH At COLLEGE SHOP MEAT MARKET I have reopened the Meat Market on Main Street Fresh Meats Dressed Poultry and Vegetable in Season M B RAMSEY Berea Ky mn mu BETTER Three Years in RichmondAnd sets of teeth that live been mado at my office if there is one set or any sets that slow any defects I will make u new set free We are making the best set of troth in the world for 750 and if detects show in ive years we give you u new set free This applies to all the teeth have made or am going to awake the best alloy fills in the world at 75 cents DR HOBSON Dentist IWmaneiitly located in the Holism Building next door to Oov eminent Building Richmond Kentucky Reference Richmond National flank Special Price to Students INVEST WITHIThe Ideal Realty RESERVEIIThan any other company doing business in the State Those seeking honest legitimate investments will receive our most cordial and thorough attention DR C E SMOOT Pres S M TUOOK Sec tC Gen Mgr J S CRUTCHER Treas OajDitaJ StOCk ffilOOOO HOME OFFICE RICHMOND KY FINE FURNITURE SALE It will be to your interest to iitipoct our stock before your buy Ve have the goods end will certainly moot your views as to prices Hardwood Oak and Mahogany Bedroom Suites fron Beds and touches at special bargain prices during the month Everything in the Furniture Line Great Sale on Carpets and Rugs for Cash We invite all our Boroa Friends anti all Citizen subscribers to call and inspect before making purchases UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY Ntght Phone 6tiJO S JOPLIN Richmond Ky m nn f o Fall and Winter i = it AvnciivrK today our lI1tsIneeds tomorrow Wg NTICI PATH in the Fall otr wants in Shoes and Furnish v ing Goods Veliuv xrniirKi your wants and are ready fi to supply them from a large and complete stocK i Moos and Bovs Shoes H3wy Boots Jootaos Folt and Rubbor Boots Uada v jar Neckwear Socks Gloves Hats Caps U norollas Rain Coats 5 You will find us oo nplete it S IYLE QUALITY and PUICli and will save you money wlurh is the greatest anticipation of dui J DOUGLAS CRUTCHER l West Main Street RICHMOND KY 1207 Geo W Pow is our BEREA AGENT and has a line of our samples Goods can bs h id of him at the same as in Our Store at Lcharged RichmondJ fi l to1IkumdnllM= = 1 01 III A 1 III i1lIpN HKKKA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY OCTOBER Ml IWJI Fifty cents H year N HI IIlAS Ienco of mind and pours of liuurt me necessary for perfect health A little tiirHiitino dissolved in a ittlc warm water w excellent fur washing windows inirrorH or glass globes Worry is sinful Tht MiKxl MWIH dir 1IIIIrtiII hid KIIVII lliw lnulitT t III KOUI mil rtd blown PHI 1 and unit The worlil Nmlrn rojrtl uet lI bold DMobrr IWUMI by TAKE NOTICE For three months beginning with Monduy NOV I tint arrangement of- bells rind exorcists for Huron College will be ns follows STAMiAKIi TIMh rIO Rising IM aa Hrenkfnut Hell 7 10720 Clnss Hell Miss 810 Class Hell- SMMUXI Chapel UIII IOW IIIIIII full bit Clnss Hull IlJWl Noon Recess 1110 Dinner Hull 1JTiOlOO CliiMM Hull 00 ClitHM 1111 tOO Study Hours Close fiOr Supper Hell tiOO Vesper Hell 7U Stud hour Doll IMX Wnrning for Curfew ltno Curfew Bull SundHy night nt 7MIS Jtuttidmit Kruht trill give his lectuni Travels in Palestine dluntrnteJMiy sterop ticon views A cordial invitation ex tended to everybody FROM THE WIDE WORLD The Japanese Diet has pooola law which forbids the use of tobacco by persons under twenty years ol ago Menulck of AbyssiniH is the only Christian King in the world who is not white A Yitmnn news apor hns n dispatch from Softer thnt Miss Ellen Stout the missionnry who is in the hands of Bulgarian bandits is dead The budget tlf the German Em pin will next year show a deficit ofi 100OUaKj sucks EilUfiOUU Iron ore is b ing shippexl to the United States from Spniir to Iw re turuisl in stoolnails IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Hooker T Washingtons daughter is attending Wellesley College and receives cordial welcome from the teachers and students Rev Chas MSheldon author of Malcolm Kirkore is going 111 study tIll Chicago slums preparatory to writing a new story Mayor Harrison of Chicago lint issued a notice that tramps will taut be given shelter in the police station of that city on cold winter nights 115 heretofore There are in Boston llOIS more women than men President Roosevelt has decided that the home of the President shall lm known ns the White House There lire 15 executive mansions in the United States but only out White House JMcKinley PJIIIIIIcllnlll will soon lw issued by till Post Otlice Depart ment Nineteen students were suspended from the Luiversilyof Alabama last week for harming On Tuesday morning I 1PI Leon Czolgosy the condemned assassin ol President McKiuley paid the penal ty for his terrible crime in Auburn N V prison His fathers lust words to him were Toll Leon that I hope he may rest in peace that he nay become reconciled with God and will meet his end bravely COMMONWEALTH OP KENTUCKY Kentucky does not menu dark nnd bloody ground but ill derived from lIl1fyllllThe jury in the cnse of Cnleb Powers on trinl n second time on n charge of complicity in the murder of Win Goebel returned n verdict orI guilty Sentence lifo imprisonment i The methods by whirls this trio hits boon conducted mire well known to our readers Coal mine operators nt Mndison a villa have lea In application for more guards they claim their property is iu danger from the atrikom I AN ENJOYABLE OCCASION The occasion of the dedication passed of with the greatest sat inflict il representative citizens from the villng in the Chapel Prof Dixlge presidin addrcssiM1 most ably by Hon C L College ollicials who am to occupy that mid Secretary President Frosts add The audience then adjourned to t tJa quarto Dr Burgess gave t1 moonlight nl the upper balcony j was given with the great omething sever to be forgitten After the dedication till guests re refreshments nud a social hour whirl The new building meets a verv i outlv HiraiiKed room for President itoniroom i xprts otlice committee n wilder the direction of Mr Josiah Hit PNKMUKNT KIIO8T S ADDKU- HSIYirml dint ieihbor We art right glad to see you all hurt to night We Hro bound to have a good limo whenever Herea folks got to gvtliorWe have tout to dedicate anew building shim murks one of tin i many Stella of progress which Herei Collafiit in taking mid the firs tlMiiight which comes to me may ItxltUlltud in the scriptura words which Bro Rogers quot- oad ill hiIIt speech in our taberna ale What lath God wrought Then are uililUllli here who remem- bei the starting of Hereas earhe- buddings and who could toll of tin dillifiiltien and even the persecution of thoe pioneer times Hut by Gods good providence Herea has prospered Which one of all the institution in this region hits land so many marks of Divimiofavor IIt not well that we should ask proviIdtntialHere has remoinlxTcd Christ words luNsmuchas ye did it unto Quit of thr Iriwl of lho my brethren y11 did it unto me Herea has not sought first of mill to educate till sons tad daughters of the rich to help those who nre Hlrendy ahead of tu average of thuir felluwmen but Keren Iwlpitheir children a clmnce And let me IIJl llkall I do not often sptxik of what is considered sc oftwi Itns griHit Mcnlmrity and cross In seeking to help those who were nt a disadvantage Heren did notj overlook tIll colore race tr Christ has nay little ours who netnl con sideration and encouragement it ir the chihlren of those who wore slaves In receiving olored1IIIIIlulltll Beren has fitted young men and wom en to elevate the colored schools of Kentucky and the benefit hits gone beyond the boundaries of this com monwealth Only this allono of our colorist graduates is called to tin principnlship the Industrial Insti tutu at 11nnaMSaH1li Friends anil neighbors in Beret it is time for us to hold up our holds We would not claim anyspecial righteousness for ourselves nud certninlv would not condemn nuy who differ with us but the Lord huts 1tIIOII Beren H side because Berea lute beta on His side and today wit have thu proud satisfaction of seeing that the world is coming our way j Feu people in the Southern States are so ignorant as taut to know that Queen Victoria anti Grovur Cleveland ant President McKinley and Presi dent Roosevelt anti the whole Christ iar world outside ortions of the old Slaw States occupy Herons posi tion and are rowdy to encourage and FOR ITUREof I I i Of the Best DRY StapleLowest Prices FURTCI Y3JckfielCfrJufiA i ers null they distribute it in buying family supplies of the farmers round j shout and so it is that we are mill benefited in pocket as well ns in mind I and heart by the influence of this great school And one other thing this is next to till most important thing I haveto say Hereu College is not rich It is true the College now possesses II line property and a good beginning for an endowment but Hereu is supporting a large familytVe have property enough to maintain a school of MK sudents but lust your we had 8Jii anti this year we shall Lava a thousand Our students cost us 011 an average over and above all that they pay 10 apiece each year Whore shall we get the money for these ad ditional students over and above the MX thnt are provided fort WCIIII not turn them away We must wel come the young people from Letcher County from North Carolina from the Virginias that come this way And 110 UH long as we try to do this great work we are poor Every additional t 10 that Berea can get brings another student and if iu any way Beret College loses 40 that means that one student is shut away When we really open our eyos and sir the great work that Berea is called to dot shall feel that wo need to pray as earnestly as ever that God will send us the menus that are Ileosalry- This is Gods work man we dedi cate the new building to Him All Berets property our farm lands our shops our students rooms are dedica ted to God and we ask that all shall unite with Dr Burgess us he invokes the Divine blessing upon this rev Administration Building In that building Treasurer Oslwruo will cure for this properties of the College iti that building Secretary Gamble will write letters to inquiring students there will moot every Wednesday night our Prudential Committee and every Monday evening our land teachers How much will tIlItI pend upon Gods blessing upon deliberations of these workers We all feel our insutliciency for the tasks before us and ask your prayers for Divine guidance And we all desire as we dedicate this new building that wo may dedicate ourselves anew to the service of God W E Arnold at the Kentucky Conference M E Church South lately held at Shelbyville presented a memorial to the General Conference that the use of tobacco should be discouraged among preachers and that the nonuse of it ho mode n condition for admission into the traveling connection Carried by n vote of SO to 25 By mistake Secretary of State Hill has given the third place on the oil ciul ballot in the general election this fall to the device and ticket of the Populist Party when the Prohi bition partyWIS entitled to the plnce by the greater num ber of votes State Chairman Smith of the latter party has called his at teution to the error but it is now too late to mnke correction as the ballots have been printed for nearly nil the counties Repair That Loom Homespun is coming into fashion again and our girls should keep up the art of spinning Beren College is finding a market for the products of fireside industry which may bring educntiou and comfort to ninny homes Wo eau pay for wellwoven linen 10 cents n yard jeans no cents liusoy T0 cents wellmatched bed coverlets t to Sti Patent dyes not accepted old fashiouel indigo preferred For information address JOSEPUINE A ROBINSON Homespun Exchange Herea KT 7 z7 i7Z7 7t zi IIoutfit It will pay you to see them before buying your hlI 0itrimmed tad tailored in the latest style from top to bottom I These HiiitH lit better look hotter and wear better than suits trade to order by cheap concerns in Chicago or New IiiiOur stuck of Mens Shoes is the largest in Richmoud 0 iIr t Richmond Kentucky 2 Zz iZ h T C LOWRY ATTORNEYATLAWRichmond OFFICE IN MOBERJEY BULDINOMAIN STREET Collections And Real Estate a ScccUltv FOR SALE Two FineIKitchen Cabinets 12 EACH At COLLEGE SHOP MEAT MARKET i 1 have reopened the Meat Mari ket on Main Street Fresh Meats Dressed Poultry and Vegetables in Season j M B RAMSEY Berea Ky BETTER HOME OFFICE Three Years in And out of all the sets of teeth that have been made at my office if there is one set or any sets that show any defects 1 will make a new sot free We are making the best set of teeth in the world for 7 HO and if detects show iu ivy years we give you n new set fret This applies to till the teeth I have made or am going to malt the best fills in the wur i at lit cents DR HOBSON Dentist Permnueutly located iu the Holwor Building next door to Gov ernment Building Richmond Kentucky Reference Richmond National Hank Special Price to Students WITHIThe Ideal Realty RESERVEIThan any other company doing business in the State Those seeking honest legitimate investments will receive our most cordial and thorough attention DR C E S lour MgrJCapital Stock S1OOOO RICHMOND KY u u FURNITURE SALE It will be to your iiittwit t1 inspect our stock before your buy We hive the goods and will curttiinly meet your views ns to prices Hardwood Onk and Mahogany liwlrooun Suites Iron Beds nnd Couches nt special bargain prices during the month Everything in the Furniture Line Great Sale on Carpets nud Rugs for Cash Wo invite nil our Boron Friends and nil Citizen subscribers to call and iuspuct before milking purchase- sUNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY Day Phone 66JONight Phone Richmond alloy INVEST FINE S JOPLIN Richmond Ky I1 Fall and Winter f I l WK Niii iiATK today our wants and needs for tomorrow 1xrlt wars in the Fall vjr wants in Shoes and Furnish ing Goods Vtle Nniiini your wants and are roads y in i iv tlitn trvn a large and complete stockyMoos and Boys Shoos Haavy Boots Bootees Felt e and Rubber Boots U itiavoar Neckwear Socks Hats Caps U nbrollas Rain Coats IGloves coiiiphte ii STYLE QUALITY and PRICE money which h the greatest anticipation of all 1 DOUGLAS CRUTCHER v West lain Street RICHMOND KY Geo W Pow is our BEREA AGENT and has a line of our tZ07 samples Goods can be hid of him at the same price as charged in Our Store at Richmond sssssssssss sss THE CITIZEN A Weekly Newspaper BEREA KENTUCKY A CORRECTION As chairman of the recent citizens meeting nod honored with a placo on its ticket need to correct a state ment which appears in a leading article in last weeks CITIZEN It is difficult to conceive how any one present could feel justified in reporting that the spirit of the convention reflected on Mr Tatum and Mr Os borne as incompetent or dishonest I have taken pains to test my own recollection by comparison with that of at least t dozen others who were present and I desire to state with the utmost clearness andempha sis that the writer of said article is mistaken in his estimate of the large meeting of citizens held to continue the time honored custom of naming candidates without reference to politi cal affiliations The only unfavor able mention of the present officers met with a prompt disavowal by the chairman The article is equally un fortunate in its attempt to describe the position of the convention upon a certain question of public policy Both tickets now before the people are entirely unpledged upon all ques tinny likely to arise The difference s this The first ticket stands for the principle of partisan government in town and public school affairs The last would not put a neighbor under the ban in home matters bee cause he has different views upon the national questions I happen to know that the Governors action in the matter of Police Judge resulted sim ply from objections to the man whose name was first presented and so I agree with TILE CITIZEN article in re garding the partisan caucus as a serious mistake Such seems to be the present view of several who were led to attend it There is no disposition to speak otherwise than with all due kindness and courtesy of the socalled Repub lice ti ticket We need not take issue with any claims as to its superior excellence Nor will we inquire as to the consistent Republicanism of the men composing it The Citizens Ticket with George Washingtons face as the device is submitted to the good people of Berea without reference to party race or social position We deem sufficiently representative of different classes to receive your support L V DODGE A CARD Inasmuch as the campaign against the Republican ticket in Berea which was begun by unjust and unkind criticisms is being carried on by most unfounded misrepresentations we feel called upon to say that no citizen should allow our opponents to tell him what we intend to do if elected We propose to give an efficient just economical administration look ing out for the best interests of the village and every citizen We have no hidden plans for oppressing the poor but on the contrary the greatest desire to make the village government fair and helpful to all In particular we deny the state ment that wo have purposed to make a law against cattle in the streets We have never considered this matter andshould not act on important a question until the will of the majority of the citizens had been clearly ex pressed on this point Yours truly candidates on the Republican tick et J L Gay W J Tatum J Bur dett S E Welch Jr J W Stephens W R Gabbard T J Onborne DEDICATION OP THE AD MINISTRATION BUILDING All citizens of Berea and vicinity are invited to the dedicatory exercises of the iifw Administration Building at early candlelight on Friday night Oct 25th- Neighbors will gather in the Chop el for Home public exercises and thence repair to the uew building for the Dedicatory prayer and to see its rooniH and finally go to the Ladies Hull for light refreshments All who remember the dedication of Science Hall will anticipate much pleasure on this occasion II Guaranteed Salary 900 Yearly Men and women of Koixl addrewi to represent u some to travel appointing aReats other for local work looking utter our lntcreU SUOU alary guaranteed yearly extra commlwloiu and expenses rapid advancement old established house a rand chance for earnest moan or woman to secure pleasant permanent position and liber al Income New brilliant lines Write at once HTAKFOHU 1KKSS 23 Church St New haven Coon o r 1 LOCAL AND PERSONALI Sam Black of Speedwell visited friends here Sunday Mr Scott has returned from a bus moose trip to Virginia Mrs Laura Embree is visiting her brother Mr Edwin Fee Mr L C Duncan is building new addition to his residence Mr Louis Sandlin and wife of Dreyfus were in town Saturday Mrs Ed Ballard of near Paint Lick had a public sale Thursday The Misses Cravens entertained theI Varsity team Saturday oeningI Judge Turpiu and Jesse Cobb of Richmond were in town ruesdayI Judge T J Coylo and wife oft Jackson County visited friends hero last week Mr J F Wagers Democratic candidate for sheriff took in the footI ball game Mrs J J Brannaman and Miss Louise Yocum went to Richmond FridavcJailer Lackey and Tevis Cobb of Richmond wore on our streets yesI terdayIMiss Roach a teacher in the S P Lee Institute of Jackson is visiting Miss Almy Mr T T Simmons who is teaching at Hickory Grove was a Berea visitor Saturday Mrs Howard M Jones who hiss been to Wisconsin on a lecture tripI returned Tuesday Hogs roaming the streets are un mitigated nuisances so ere bicycles ridden on the sidewalk Sam Moran a wellknown colored man died Tuesday night leaving a wife and eight children Thursday evening last Mrs Dod well stepped on a nail in a piece of board and lamed herself badly Dr and Mrs Cornelius have return ed from Cincinnati where the Doctor went to buy drugs for his new storeI Geo W Camp writes TUB CITIZEN from Mt Vernon where he is teach ing school He is getting along nicely Mrs E P Fairchild and daughter Adelaide left for Now York City yes terday where Mr Fairchild has pre ceeded them At the Clover Bottom Church near Judge Coyles on Sunday last James Williams shot Joseph Smith while engaged in a quarrel- W EL Porter Cashier of the Berea Banking Company has accepted the active agency of the Mutual Life In surance Commpany of Kentucky- L A Pettis who has been in the drug business several years in Liv ingston will be the pharmacist Dr Cornelius new drugstore Mr Pettis arrived Monda- yJ CJack Burnam has moved his barbershop from the Post office Building to the Lester Hall where he will be glad to welcome his old customers and some new ones too Ballard Combs and John Owens of the Blue Lick neighborhood had an altercation at Sundayschool last Sunday afternoon Combs shot Owens seriously wounding him BUY AND BUILD Treasurer Osborne has several fine building lots in different parts of the town for sale cheap to persons who desire to build and make a home in Berea Joshua Crenshaw Berea 92 resid ing in Hustonville renews his subscription to TilE CITIZEN and writes Best wishes for the continued prosperity of the College and the paper Mrs Louts Hinman nee Miss Stel la Maltby wife of our boss printer arrived Tuesday Mr and Mrs Hin man will be domiciled in the house on Estill Street lately vacated by Brother Nixon The members of Silver Creek Church are earnestly requested to be present at the meetings of Saturday and Sunday November 23 Busi ness of importance and Communion service Bring the Bible Booklets Sunday morningR R NOEL Pas tor goingIpur chased a fine lot on Jackson Street west of the old Stapp House and Mrs Smith of Center Street has sold her property there and bought the last lot on the south side of Jackson I Street where she will build at once Treasurer Osborne has several houses to rent to families who wish to live in Berea and send their chil dren to school Most of these houses contain stoves bedsteads chairs and tables so that people need bring only dishes and bedding Two rooms can I bo rented for M for the Winter Term Apply at oncejThe Varsity played its first of foot ball for the season S gamj afternoon with the Richmond well High School tenet Tho score was 30 to 0 iu favor of the Berea boys The playing of Gibson Ernst Trego and Caldwell of Berea was great as was that of J Iarrish loft end of Richmond On Sunday morning about D n m Harvey J Ambrose who has for months beon suffering with malignant cancer of tho face breathed his last Mr Ambrose hits horne his aflliction with Christian patience and resignation Ho was an estimable citizen much respected Funeral services were held at the homo Mon 11 a m and tho remains were then taken charge of by tho Masons of whose fraternity he was a member Tho burial was at tho clmttorI PROGRESS OF THE NEGRO RACE There will ba a conference of all citizens interested in the welfare und progress of tho colored race in the College Chapel at early candlelight Saturday night Oct 26th Pres and Mrs Frost will toll of their recent visit to the great schools nt Hampton and Tuskegee and there will bo interesting talks by others Let everybody be on hand- MADISON ou TVI The post office nt Blue Grass will IMI discontinued one week from today J W Smith sold his forum near Foxtown to Lewis Neale The furor contained 200 acres timid the price was J6T per acre Richmond is to have H Lecture Course this season Tho first of this series will be given at the Masonic Temple Monday night by John Toni pIe Graves Federal Court for tho Eastern Dis lontllYIthe first sitting of the Court in the new district Asa result of the revival meetings heldrecently by the Baptist Church Richmond there were fiftytwo additions to the membership thirtyfour of whom were candidates for baptism Warfield C Bennett of Richmond has the appointment as U S Com missioner and Deputy Clerk in this Federal District His office is in the Government building at Richmond FOR SAL E Twentysix 20 acres of land five 6 miles from Be rea on the Kingston pike near Big Hill post office Two room box house on the land Will sell as a whole or in lots Address W B JOSE Paint Lick Jack Gilbert just released from the county jail on bond and a man nam ed Collins footpadded the road between Kingston and Big Hill post office Saturday evening last relieving those whom they met of their money and other valuables Robert Golden a young white boy living near Fort Estill while out rah bit hunting Saturday was instantly killed It is said that he hadsat down on a stump to rest when in some way the Gun was accidentally discharged the load taking effect in his left side with the aforesaid result Register WE PLANT THE SEEDV FOR THE WIDE WID- EVVORD I rUARDWAR B1CKNELL EARLY HGHTI1G AHMAD Campaign On Samar to Be Prosecuted Vigorously REINFORCEMENTS NOW ON TIE WAY Vigilance of nil American Lltntciutiil Avert Another Slnu ltlcr of fool Sam Hoys Dclciinlncil KHnrl U Itr Made to nilnre IIP Klllplmi Lemler Centrut lukliaii Manilla Oct 21 Reinforcements ore being rushed to tin Island ol Sunmr Three hundred nod thirty nut Hues under Lieutenant Colonel Jinn Ill C Joodrell have gout there on board the United States mi SIT Now York and two battalions of Twelfth Infantry will start Immediately for the same destination The troops In Srm mar anticipate hard fighting llrlgadlcr General Ja cob H Smith who In In conuimnd has visited most of tb ports and Instruct ed the commanders that the Insurrec titan must be hammered out and Gun oral Lukban the Insurgent leader captured Already time movement of troops has begun Owing to vigilance of lent T M Dallies Jr of the Ninth United States Infantry another slaughter of Ameri can troops by InsiirKents has been averted He discovered a prisoner ro enterlitK cell at CarblKii Island of Hnnutr where several were confined through a hole that unit beets let In the wall An InvestlKatlon shtwa d a plan to fill the Jail with IJIIIIIU n and to rail the guard which would be nec essary to gut the dour open and then to attack the garrison It also devel oped that the Instigators were a priest and the tartslit onto both of whom duty been arrested together with several other prominent persons Other attempts have been discovered but for tunately frustrated at Iainbiijan and other points In Samar Several per- Sons have been arrested In connection with those Newfoundlands Grievance London Opt IU ACIOUIUIK to dill patches tuhllshed here b The Dally Mall n crisis Is Imminent In Now foundland unless the llrltlsh government pays more attention to the de moods of th colony than has hitherto been thw A long special from St Johns slays Since Mr Bond itliu Newfoundland premier left England last April he has not received a single word trop the Imperial government regarding u settlement of the Kiencii shore question nor has Mr Chamber laln ever answered the dispatch nom the Newfoundland government sent five month ague urging th Imperial authorities to persuade Sir Wilfred Laurler the Dominion premier to a ratification of the llondlllulne convention Cuba and Annexation Havana Oct 2A petition asking that Cuba be annexed to tine United Status Is being circulated among Cu ban business men and every effort Is being centered upon annexation as business men generally It Is alleged believe that the reciprocity movement will amount to nothing A meeting has been arranged for Wednesday next at which although held tandem the guise of reciprocity It Is said the first gun In th campaign for annexa tion will be tired by Cubas orators Senors Dcsvornlne and laNuza and the Marquis Do Montoro No News of Miss Stone Constantinople Oct 22 The olll dais of the United States legation are still without news from the mission arles who are seeking to make an arrangement with the abductors of Miss Ellen M Stone and her companion Mme K S Tsllka It Is regarded as probable that the missionaries will use the nearest telegraph only when the terms of ransom are settled dl reeling where and bow the cash shall be sent Dukes Sudden Death New York Oct IGTIIt Duke of Alba C3 one of the highest grandees of Spain died from heart failure at his apartments In the Holland House The duke came to this city on Sept to witness the International yacht races as the guest of Sir Thomas Up ton On the day of the last race he contracted a severe cold which devel oped Into Influenza Submarine Boat Experiments London Oct 1C Continuing the experiments with the first llrltlsh sub marine vessel the admiralty caused six men to bo sealed In the boat as she lay outside the water The compressed air cylinders wure set gulag and after three hours the airtight hatch was opened when It wile found that the men had suffered but little discomfortPitched Battle With Bandits Mt Vernon 0 Oct 10At Dan ville Knox county eight burglars made an unsuccessful attempt to rob the local bank Five charges of dyna mite were employed but time explosion aroused the villagers and u pitched battle ensued The robbers lied and sought shelter In Adrians woods which U now surrounded by a posse Fatal Collision Des Moines Ocl IGA headon cot Baton which took place on the Chicago Milwaukee and St Paul road near Kayette killed Engineer Culhur man seriously wounded Conductor Haefner and two members of time Highland college football team Mlllnr and Henry were Injured IExCongrellman Walker 21 General J A Walker excongressman from the Ninth Virginia district and a brigadier general In the Confederate army who at one time commanded Stonewall Jacksons old brigade died at his borne la WytbvvlU Va NKAItLY A MILLION In Securities unit KuniU Stolen Front an Knlrrii Itiinli Lowell Mast Oct 22Tim loot of the Merchants National hank by Smith till teller rued Swift Its hook keeper on ihitrsday last Is far greater than was suspected by those directly connected with the bank TIll lie cur t es and moneys returned to thti dirt tors by Hon John C Hurku counsel for Swift represented a total It IN understood of about 800000 Mr Ilitrko said that no agreement was en tend upon to shield his client fur be IdllII lint would be Illegal When tod that It was understood that Unit ed Stat es olllcers were neardilng for till turn Mr llurke sold It would liu useless It Is known that Mrs Smith and Mrs Swift hurt been In commu ideation w th their husbands since tho securities were returned llcyond the bank directors statement that time banks loss Is 116000 there has been no nddIM nul bulletin although one was expected The bank examiner Is now at work on the books Founcered With a FortuneiWllleniH ad Island of Curucoa Oct 19 A fishing schooner which arrived here friin Aruba Island northwest of Curacou brings thu story that the Areuds a Venezuelan schooner bound from luUimyra for Marucalbo carry lug a sum of money from the govern ment ties tied to pay the troops OilI the r 10000011lIlOUlltlftd day night off Aruba Island and foun dered III deep water the entire sum bung lust Thu crew according to the story reached time Island In a boat The money Is supposed to have been part of the sum raised In Caracas a fortnight ago from the bank of Vene zuela by President Castro Freight Trains Collide Illrmlnglmm Mich Oct 19Three trainmen were crushed to death In a head ead collision between an east and a westbound freight train on the De trout Grand Haven and Milwaukee railroad at a curve tIe miles west of here The dead H MoRatt engineer Dterolt IL Lace fireman Detroit Otto Neurenberg brakeman Clark stun Mch The freight train going west was a very heavy onu and stuck on the steep grade near Illooni field The engineer cut his train In two and took part of It to Pontiac He returned for the other part and was Just starting for Pontlac with It when the eastbound train came alone and they collided with terrific force Roth engines are ruined Chicago Pottoffice Robbery Chi ago Oct 2Tben have beon no new developments In the Chicago postoillci rubbery In which burglars stole 74610 worth of stamps and es caped without leaving time slightest clew A tunnel which had taken a week or more to complete was run from the rear of the building and a hole was drilled through the steel bot tom of the wholesale stamp vault There were 97 small holes around he square cut out and some of the dlll Ing looked several days old The bur glars crawled under the flooring about JOO feet The stamps taken were car Fled away In a wagon The opening made was only six feet from the cash- Iers vault Charged the Mob Budapest Oct ISAt Dobrevzcn on the announcement that the Liberal candidate had been elected to the Hungarian parliament on thu second balloting the Kossuthlsts began to tone the military and pollen who were on duty The police wore finally compelled to draw their swords and charge the moll Some 70 rioters and many soldiers and policemen were so verely Injured In the conflict The windows of the town hall and of other buildings were broken Hundreds of persons have been placed under arrest and the disturbances have not yet been quelled Chamber of Deputies Resumes Paris 01 2The chamber of dell uties rtSIlIll d Its sitting In the lust session hulonI before dissolution Premier Valdeek Rousseau will tuuut It as the hud of the longest lived mlnlstrv if the present republic The heavl st work before the chamber wilt hr tn adoption of the budget for 11102 h rh will lead to big debates Owing tu mpottnnt decisions taken by the budget commission entirely up Betting the calculations of the finance minister Calllaux the latter made a sum er of propositions to meet the deficit which amounts to 50000000 francs Mollneux In the Tombs New York Oct 18Itolaitd H Moll neux utter spending 19 months In tho loath house at Sing Sing prison Is Iu his old cell In the Torahs this city Mollneius appearance did not bear out the stories that he usual grown stronger In Sing Slag He looked very healthy although showing the prison pallor limit very spare and there were slight hollows In Ills cheeks Although slender he looked the athlete that he lawiry and active RahRah Boys In a Riot Vienna Oct 17Thlro has been rioting In Klchenuff llessarabla whore 1000 students attacked and wrecked the house of tilt governor the headquarters of the police and the- o Cl of the Olllclal Sazette Many encounters took place between the stiidnts and till police and II per sons were killed and 2C Injured Colombian Rebels Worsted Kingston Jamaica Oct 22 Letters received hero from Panama say the Colombian rebels lust heavily In a bat tie near there last Tuesday The InIpreparing for a clash ex pected will largely determine the fate of the revolution BCHLKV INQUIRY Teitliiiniiy Oflrrril by Officer of the Klert Oprratlnjc nt Siititlnito Washington Oct 17 Commander MIVM Lleutf mints McCiuilcy and WebMer and other olllcers of hchleys Magxhlp the llrooklyn all testlllid before the court ut Inuulry that the conduct of the commouoie when un dot lire was cool and courageous Dur log the Imttlu of Santiago hay the witnesses stated that Commodore Schley repeatedly encouraged time urea saving among other things dive em hell bullies Story Retold Washington Oct IS Command r Iteglnald Nicholson who was naviga tor of the Oregon recited the story of the battle of Santiago buy He said thu movements of the Oregon were not controlled by signals from tint llrooklyn It was his opinion that the Oregon wits nearer time Colon than will thu Brooklyn halt a dozen men of the llrooklyn testified to the bray cry and etllclency of Schley Roof Collapsed Scranton Pa Oct 17A fall of riiof ricil caused tilt death of tour men the Klondike mine of the Delaware and Hudson company at Archbald They mire Patrick Neulon assistant mine foreman John Healey miner Joint Kearney miner and Matthew Drugher driver A car had run duwu a plane In the tune Jumped time track smith knock d out a number of props The men In charge of Foreman Sea lout were replacing till props when a great slab of ruck full killing them Instantly Bookkeepers Confession Altoona Ia Oct 17lavh1 M Wolf bookkeeper fur the FIrst Nation al bank of Tyrone Pa has confessed to the embezzlement of 12000 of the banks funds The cashier of the bank dlmovercd Irregularities In Wolfs books while the latter was away on his vacation amounting to the sum nun He Is bonded for 10000 by a Ninety company of Nt w York The bunk olllcluls have taken no action agatnxt him Wolf Is 31 years of age Notorious Brigand Nabbed Moat Oct 17The notorious brigand MiiHsollne has been captured after a tierce resistance at Urbluo IU had lung terrorized Calabria and U credited with 26 murders Owing to time sympai shown him by the peas antry be tal always escaped capture despite tht Immense reward over his bead Cape In Open Rebellion Ixindon Oct tMr Kruger has received a report from Mr Schalkbur get that the greater part of Cape Cut ony Is III open rebellion says a dis patch fruits Iliusiiuls and that the floors have armed 16000 Afrikanders within the last Ihrco months Kltcheners Demand I ndon Oct 22 This Dally Kt prows learns that Lord Kitchener has wired an urgent demand to Gme war otllce fur more trained mounted uien TO THE PEOPLE OF THIS AND ADJOINING STATES Culili 1mvrni on the Wltnrx Stand In IIU Own llrluiir Tragedy In a Cutirt KIM in Court lloue Itnrnril Crimp Mint usually Georgetown Ky Oct 22 In the trial of Caleb Powers dm Ing law punt week Miss Lucy llroik said to lists been Powers flame ll testified of Iuw tram dying that loveinor ay lor had glv n ulna 1000 with whiih to pay the xpeuses of thu mountain men ami that he and hares Klnley were raising air army K Wharton JolJeu tuslllled that It what generally under stood among the mountaineers that Ooebet was to be killed Golden told of Lila i omicxtloii wh Powers In as sembling the mountain mun to Frank tort and of an Intetvl w hit laud with Governor Taylor In which Taylor said Wlirt It Is an awful thing 10 think of taking human life but It looks Ilku Goebel ind thosu fellows must die or we will bu rubbed On crons examination Gulden admitted that he enter d Into an agreement to procure the murderer of William Goe bel and that lit had offered 500 to any mini who would murder him W IL Culton testified Caleb Powers said the Democtts would be given 30 min utes to settle the context and that It they dd smut do It every of theta woild be kl Itd When the commonwealth closed Caleb Powers took the stand lie ad matted all meetings conversations with Golden Culton and others except such purls of the conversation as tended to Implicate him In till cull spiracy Powers denied that hu and his brother John L Powers had ever given Henry Youtsey a key to the sec retary of states otllce Youtsey asked him for a key hilt hu told him he did nut want him In his otllce Powers said he lied from Frankfort because he felt satlsMtil that hu could nut get u fa r tr III He domed that ho had ever conxpncd to do violence to Wil liam bob 101 any other Democrat Caught by the Cowcatcher Howling Green Ky Oct 21Phlltp Hay a weathy citizen was killed by a freight train striking his buggy at a railroad crossing In the buggy with him were his 18munthsold grand daughter Leila Jenkins with her col orud nurse Georgia Jenkins When thu train struck time buggy the cushion with the nurse and baby was cuugt In time cowcatcher where the colored girl heroically held to the baby until the train ran ICO yards and was stop pod Doth were found uninjured WANTKIl Capable reliable m every county to rt dreamt large company of luillil flnan cUI rcllIlal nil IJSfi IIIIIar1 per yiitr payable weekly II rdayaleotutelysuresndallezen a utrnlntit bonatlile artery no ram mlwlon wlary odd tarh Hatiinlay sod iipmiw Hilvaneol tarh wetk HTANDAHD uOtmRtmx Dr anoRN CHICAUO THE CITIZEN A Weekly Newspaper BEREA KENTUCKY A WORD TO PROF DODGE In tIll lust issue of TilE CITIZEN I notice nn article over the name of L V Dodge in which ho makes an ttuculle ifor porsoual attack upon me Ue refers to the matter of tho appointment ofII police judge by the Governor and says I happen to know that the Governors action in the matter of police judge resulted simply from objections to the man whose nom was first presented Upon direct inquiry I find this statement to be untrue not support ed by facts Prof Dodges dissatisfaction with existing circumstances does not date quite so far back as the polic judge matter hilt to about the time when another was elected Hepublican Chairman of the precinct I have served the town as Chairman of ili Town Doard so tins Prof Dodge While I do not claim to have Hivomplished much during my iuoumboiicy I am willing for the citi zens to compare my work with that of Mr Dodge when he was in office and abide the result S E WELCH JR THE COLORED CONFERENCE The conference on this subject Saturday night was well attended by both white and colored people ana much interest shown Remarks were made by Pre Frost Mr Fur iris Horace Vates and others and it was resolved to hold another con ference ut time Baptist Church in Middletouc on Saturday night Nov 2 This will be a notable occasion as special music will be furnished and an effort to secure the attendance ofall the people of this vicinity Rev Howard Broad Ills will be present and deliver an address Mr W H Parker Principal of time Industrial School at Keene Jessa mine County called on TilE CITIZEN this veuk Air Pnrker is doing a good work for the colored people and do ore much commendation and en couragement In addition to the work in tha schoolroom each student is required to work one hour each day and is instructed in systematic workr Parker is a Negro and is an evidence in proof of the fact that given an opportunity the colored rac are capable and ready to im prove time opportunityTo nbllc Allow mo to say a few words inI prnisn of Chamberlains Cough Rem edy I hind n very severe coumhand cold and feared I would get pneuI monia but after taking the second drum of this medicine I felt better three bottles cured my cold and the plains in my cluvst disappeared entire ly am most respectfully yours for health RALPH S METEIIS IH ThirtyI eventh St Wheeling W Va For sale by Seich Jr MADISON COUNTY Tim work on the court house goes very slowly It is reported that Richmond haHI scarlet fver among her people Sum Q Detherage has been pay big thrco centH a pound for calves Toe Bales hold 233 hend of cattle for export this week at f to likcts a pound J S Ogg has moved from Brass field to Kingston where he will eugigo in merchandizing Revival services are being con ducted lit College Hill by Revs P 0 ISvernolts tim pastor and H G Turner of Richmond J M Siuidlin has bought the chof merchandise of A B Jones of Dreyfus and willCOIl tinue the business at the old stand Win Rock father of S F Rock Editor of tho Kentucky Iteyister died at thn home of his son i R climoud Friday morning Burial ill ichmond cemetery Saturday Thn deceased was 81 years of age FOR SAL Pi Twentynix 26 acre of land five 5 miles from Be felt on the Kingston pike near Hill post ollico Tworoom box on the land Will sell as a whole or in lots Address W B JONES Paint Lick- lieceutly Dr M C Heathand J K Worrel instituted suit against County Clerk John F White over tho to some oil leases in the southern part of this county It all arose through a misunderstanding and has been settled in a way satisfactory to all parties Pcwnoraj1 LOCAL AND PERSONALI Miss Hattie Baiigh w qiiito ill from pneumonia Miss Nancy Tudor spent Satmdity with friends in Richmond Mrs Dr Morris has returned from a visit to friends at London Dr Cornelius has opened his new drug store on Main Street Miss Nora Burdette hUH gnn to Oberliu to take a business course Mr and Mrs George Ames have gone to Springfield Mo to rIHidIi The forestry class had an excur sion to the mountains last Saturday Sec W C Gamble paid a visit TIIIIIJIIdaIIrs S E Welch hUH returned from a visit to relatives in Laurel CountyMiss Mattio Cravens of Lexington is hero to spend the winter with her sisters Berea must keep its good nature RrXgoodBicknell A Early have delivered to customers this fall fiO tots of fertili zer for wheat T A Robinson the jeweler iIi suffering from paralysis of the loft side of thin face Wm Mclntosh and wife leave Sat urday for Cincinnati where theyvilI make their home The Weber Wagon for sale bv Bickuell Early still keew its plnc AT THE TOP Miss Daisy Coddington entertained a number of vounp friends at tea Saturday evening A T Robinson ofhear Wallace ton has bought a hnusn and lot on Depot Street of James Lucas Mrs S A Coylo and familv left Thursday for Lawton Okla where Mr Carlo had proceeded them The managers of the telephone ex change expect to have thIIII plant in working order by the first of November v The scholars of the prirmrv depnrt ment of the Sundayschool enjovd nl FrydayMiss Bertha Johnson spent the past two weeks with her cousin Miss Eva Johnson who has ben vry ill but is now improvinf slowly Tine new stock of clothing at Bick nell Earlys is nobby and trash The prices at which tllA ool ire of fered will surely bring trade Rev S F Porter is holding daily meetings at Asbury Chapel Bro Porter is 88 years of age lit ill vigor OUR andan acceptable preacher There is a smell of whiskey in Be rea an election approaches Roinemj ber there is a stiff legal penalty fow those who try to debauch voters Robinson the Optician and Jewel er in the Welch Block has some eryI handsome Ormulu Clocks for salt They would make very elegant pres eutsYou ought to see Bicknell A Early s stock of Finn Furniture It is tho ImndsomoHt to li found hi Be rea and for price simply hellos COUlI petition TilE CITIZEN hopes timers is not a single voter in Berea or the Glade precinct who would be low enough to soil his vote A mans vote and a womans honor ought to be above alM pricnINext Tuesday is Election Day dllltyyour action U the polls will lire for ever Act from conviction riot from opinion or prejudice DelrealusurunceIIlire underwriters in the whole ollnl try The funeral of Fanny Hayes was conducted by Pres Frost last Sun ChurchhousuIfriends as a humble devoted amid consistent Chrilt lUlIIn the same neighborhood Pilot Knob occurred the sad funeral of the UJrOBas u consequence 0 e liquor which is being distributed in this locality The chief issue in time election is whether the State shall be divided into districts in a fair and honest man ner or whether the present division which is certainly outrageous shall be continued Prominent Democrats declare that the State ought to be so districted that it would bo impossible for the Republicans no matter how many votes they have over to elect a Republican legislature This would be Goobelitjui with a vengeance v Tho College Foi tball Team went to Richmond Saturday to play with time combined Institute nnd BigllU School aunt were treated in the llgUI lar Goebel wily The team that played against theta was reenforced by heavy men not connected with either the Institute or the HighI School several of them by fame and appearance saloonkeepers The poi licemen would cry out to till crowdb stand back Richmond hus thet bollaud allow non combatants to obstruct the work of the Berea men and tho rulings were all ore waI our men won tho mot glorious victory they kept their temper J The Berea delegates who attended the Y P S C E Convention met III different set of people from those oud the ballground and were treated with tho utmost cordiality and kindI ness Tin Berea Church hid M del rgates including Prof Lodwick Dr Burgess Mrs Vocum mid Secretary Gamble Treasurer Oslnmie titus several houses to rent to families who wilhItto live in Berea and send their to school Most of these contain stoves bedsteads chairs and tables so that eople need bring only dishes and bedding Two rooms CIIIIc After Lifes Fit= ful Fever Is over do you think you coulllI sleep well if youd left a widow and some orphans on earth inIwatitt Lout tithe the IIIIlIcHI Take out a policy withIThe Mutual Life Insurance CompanyI It will make sure provision for your family or for YOURSELF in your old age if you have no family to provide for For par ticulars call or write W II IOKTRIt nittrlrt 1111 ComlIIIJ V nECK Jr SproUI tErO Stat llnuk anil Trust Illils Illcliinoml Kjt BUY AND BLILD Trensnrer Osbnrno hxs sxtend tine building lots in different ports of time town for sale cheiip to persons who desire to build and u make a home Be ten NEW LYCEUM COURSE Thut thw renders of TilE CITIZEN may know that u Lyceum Course is being provided for tho people of Be rca and vicinity as in recent years time names and dates of entertninei s are given thus early in tho year It will bo observed that four of tho linI cotmue during time winter term and t iitruttier very early in the spring All hut out are now to this place IIlIcll no apology is needed for opening the course wilhHO charmint mi outer tainer as Mrs Beeclier Nights have been secured which do not conflict with other important gut huurimuis It is hoped that our friend will avoid making other m nts for these dates Tim following is time sehiduli GrghillUeedllrSill lan 1111011 Win HSan tiers KatharinoISat Mar 52 Ralph Parlette Tue first of t lie above though not in perfect voice when here before WHS adjudged ono of time most entertain hug readers who over visited Berea The second is recommended as giving a lecture full of grand thoughts and delivered 1with wonderful elo quence iaptivatesherTime fourth hits gained a national reputation for his discoveries in who less telegraphy and his popular illustration of it The fifth is humorist of humoristsJHis lectures contain nuggets of ti solid gold of practical wisdom hut they sparkle with wit and fun and satire Single admission to each enter tainment IiIOntH season tickets 100 Children under 12 years 15 cents and 60 cents L V DODGE AtiItItT1 IIIIIOn niP Stumuuit III hut Me Hnlil- WaHhliiKtun 11 f Admiral Schloy tulil hU story of the Santiago campaign before IhlOIIlt of Inquiry IIInllllItunIn n HttiKlrfoward calm und tii man T XuriutliiR time story lit he mild the Hiooklyn hud for a time miiMtalned the ft re ofI all four of till Spuiiluli hlw and ultio the tire of the S iinlh Uud cries Kxnlulnllif tilt historical Him of the IIShtlmn tHO yards of the Texan und that er hud con l1i red that vessel th leasl ell lie iilno SIMpd he hiul IKMI durlnK till buttle iiii I In un coluiiiy with 11t1I1nI ant dKnu Thin fei to the al leged cot bully In which the admiral Is charged with havliiK mild Damn the Texan Ailinliil Schlev ulno KIVO the detnlU of the recunulHitaiice of Mi 31 when the SimnlHh ulilp t ds tobul Colon vim itountiti riled This was he said to develop the tttreiiKlb tli Spanlnh ihoie buttih Admiral t hley thin fill In hli teitl niony tins dlri city vomit tiuhlt cit H ry cutter liu luilltiR the liumklyn wit Ui seen hhtltlttl liKndlltK time ClenfllfKO bliii kale lie vUtillilly ac CUF d the nav I iiiment of not gis luv him proHi lufcmntloii Ito ued S iitiiii fur not tt nding him iu WI of Mil ilias m nn f iiifiitx with Insiirt iiin at IrnftuRo He vtr- yI1ts ilinitd Itecr Admiral Cut t trII that Coiieu dllvi d Jllllaca on Mil he denied pInt blank rnpu In IIIlC1 It nil mull that rflglne did in tell him hs Banlurdrt utre not at unfueKo he contradicted Cnptun Ollii stimuli what MrCnlln told bin wrdlnn roal lag pljien mid said I ier that Mi Calla Mid riot tell tb whole truh CoaliiiK at u on Mny 6 and 26 ISUS be wild wouiil hu been linp Hllil- eSI Icy Cross tx nilntd Wash iiKtun Uc 2tf Admiral Schle Wlib IKMI rvnitllUtd very ctuo ly by JidB AU Miif Iemly In the court of ltiulr NutblUK sensational diveloKd and thin only oulburit in the court crrinrid when Mr Kuiner Admiral Sttalyt nniulel objriltd to line of liuulry of th judge u Ivnrut dulgnied to crlllrlh Admiral t aIifailure 0 fn umihItC 4 tjtI of haul wIth the d eiaiatlon thll as Admial tiiion In u IUd n her h nl no rUht iia all or dor of bath Over hw Falls In a Barrel Hnffulo oil A fa niri br fon atiCttr h wa peifoinieil m Mm Atinlt K lulor 50 whrii lie went over ihr Nlegjra rlIi on the Cunadtun aide and urvid she mail tin trip In a bMrrel Not emily IlIld shut survive but i ui ed wilhnut a broken but her only apparent in jury IMIDK n stair wmind one nd i ItMf Inthee long a iilgbt run um n of the brain sonic shuck to her nv alms fvitein anti bmlxw about ho body She Will ron floU wben s n out of time barrel Ir trip coven il a mile ride through the Cnundlnn raid before the renrlud time brink of the precipiceHad Stamps In a Satchel Chicago Oct 2J The tollr re ceived Information of the arren of three ouch ut Corning N Y who are believed to be till sang who robbed the Chicago poNlotllcr A satchel full of postage stamps of large deiiomui Lions was III heir um i hn men were ruiiKht In ihi New York Central yards by the lompunys de tective The much put up a d unerulo light before they were overcome Section Men Killed Milan Mich Oct 2 Thr c lion men wire struck ihr Vulunh pailAiaerlcun at u ar here Mild Instantly killed Tin dmd Timothy Lanu 50 muni d luhn Skinner 10 Ingle Hary Twlgg 30 single all of Milan The men b d been down tha road on u handcar driving name cattle off the trunk unIt wr returning to this vIllaR when Mtrurk by the train Fteeented the Slur London Oct 2 iTlie war olilce IKU ordered the immedie relvaae of three members of thi Kif It Victorian contingent who reK ft meg llrlgudicr General Hiiilum railing th ruiiiniind wbltcllvi IM etiri wen tilnl by courlmartlai and senienc d to death for murderous ronduct General Klvh ener commuted the suntenct to 12 years penal servitude I Last winter nu infant ihildnf mini had croup in violent fmn MHV Elder John W Hwrl a Chriliaii 10111oit dosHi Chamber Iis rough Remedy itimulii short time all dnngT was pust and tin ehild re covered Thin remedy not only cures croup hilt when given as soon as tliM first y iiplnni appear will prevent tho attack ItI ntains no opium or other hits run Iii Iso IItllnll and may he given as cmilidently to a baby as to an adult lor wilo by S E Uelch lr Guaranteed Salary 900 Yearly Urn nnil wmniii Miiln lo riirfMMi iu Mime to travel iiiiiiliitnii iiilirn I1 loral work liMikliiK nftir our inlinhtK NIIIIII Misty KimriinUHHl yearly txlrii i lIIlnlo inl ripviiMw niiil tel 1t01ttt oM i tilili lii i liouxt Irnnc rlmnivfor vnriiol nr womin towiMlIX Ilrul MTirlHiicin 1111111 HIIOIIIII nl Imitmt Nciv lirllllmit linrv Wrllv nl tiltr- esTFIuuIi IiIis 13 lhnrrh M x la 4i-If IiltLAIItIhIlA JIOIitttNT- A Seorr of lsii IerNIi In u lire mid Mum An looreil- Ihllnileliiits li t 2i AJ the awful result of n ilii iiiixons me kllnwlIr to hll I pi iliihed und over a ncore ofutthens an In hospital more less njtu cit Ih linlldtngH ii eat ru ed were till Sntory st rlmtmIme 2 and 1S2I MHrkel Hlreet orcnplinl by Hunt lIkilllIlI Cempany iiphol Kterem and ftirnlrure d IIIITH and three t story html sit iiga oecupled b Kimill iii itlini t lush TIlt big furni ture building extended bark a hull block to MiiiHTtc street and watt owned by H miry C lea Never III Its hlKtory tunis pit exierlenred a lire which 11111111t with such great rriildlty All occurred within an bout The origin of the deathdeitliiig grit Ii un Is un known It U said that an expliiHlon a of naphtha or Caroline In the base ment was the raiine hilt this Is denied by Mr Wliklnson The vlilms wrlItmployi s a few visitors and a lIumI ber of woiklntfiuen engaged In repair work on th building A dimn were men Tb nnuiicUl loot entlmat Id in tflO H e Miners Killed VllkeKluine itt Ort Jfi Five such vci Kiled and nine Injured by a teirllli slon of guts III liiitoit wiMMl mint of tilt Iarrlnh Coal com pun IHUI one milt bouth of here The kllli are its in ier Mllluinii rill assist uhut foieinuu Comer VII llamBNenmd aculntant foreman Thu Qnew romiMiny build Thou Price trttrklayer V S Phillips liupector Dlreilly after the expliiklon oiitirnd a number of rltlllIlrll at the risk of th Ir liven nt r d tin mine titled with dang ruls dump sail brougbi out the bolie of the dead und In jured So far at ran be learned the f i plosion was call ld b tin rarelens fleas of one of the lliiUK nun laborers who wau Inured lie opened his safe ty lamp while work III his chamber Pa king HOUSe FireIChlitgii Ort 21 Klre which hrokeI out In the plant of ta o U H Hammond linking ioiiiinv at Hammond Ind dlIdtI r tt itt a million dolI lar worih of bulldlngii and IIlauKhI lured CNttl Hautmond nru IIIpiirtniii Is nttrl mdi to handle tilt In and wan sent from hillIand Suiitn jgo The buildings Hi ruin Kxport beef iI cooler 4riory brick anil frame utrur ture cunkilnK thouannUn of head ftlaughtiTi iMiti told HtoiUKe arofI houae fur ijtlli beef house and sheep slaughtering Heiildi ihi half a doten othr huh thugs iMcuplvd at rraldenre by atllrlnlt of the omiiany smut a brlrk atniriiu fi1 the nral otllcet Pne also ilenito Bjby and a Lamp Plttuburg Ort 2k Thirt month old Hobble Huxler at htis home In Al legheny pulled a Irbted lamp from a table and was MI bmtly luirnwl that he ran live hilt a few hours lilt mother Man Haider In her efforts to save the hah was seriously burned about time head aunt breasl Her re COIr Is doubtful Three neighbor Peter Orlnis Patrick MrDermot and James McOovern were all painfully burned shout the fare and hands while eitlngiilnhlnK the tlnme which enveloped the mother and child and threatened the destruction of the tiouse In her exrliemenl Sirs Hunler ran Into tilt yard with tier clothing ablaze It became necessary for the rescuers to literally tear her rlothlnn from her French r vernment to Miners larhlO t haut transpired that the French government wauued each member i the miners committee which nd iniil nt St lUlenne with out inaklnr piiiillc the result of Its de liberation t at In ordering a strike under pi nl rondlllons he would rendei him elf liable to a sentence for Inciting 11 war and that thuSguy enr en w aid prosecute If nenntsary This ad on It Is believed caused thus cotnmlttoo to tcmporlie Trim Wrecked le uti 1 IIc 5 iusaungr train No on the Chicago Darlington ami Quliic wa wrecked two miles tIt of the village of Kxllne There wire uliout n passengers In the coach anil of these three were fatally and nve m rlously Injured Time entire trail miu tng of a couch and utah naili blm ion ears with the locomotive nt over a 40foot em tmnklmu Itt The cam were all knocked to pieces Lawyer a Dead Shot Memphis Ocl WA special from Meridian Mini report a tin t of A A Crunnhaw a Newton county armor and hula ISyearold daughter by a luwy r named Koy who called lo serve a writ of attachment The farmer and his daughter opened lire nn the lawyer nail he returned the Ire Criiuhuw Is thought to be fatally bint lull the girl will recover Koy escapd Injury Duller Relieved London Oil li In consequence of time speech kncal Sir Hedvers Duller nu nut Oct H after the lunch lOU given In his honor by the Kings Itoyul rlllew ih war ollico has reliev ed hunt of the ciimmund of till First army corps He has been placed on halt pay anti iiuui nil French has been appointed to wIld him rBIj BlaZe cot IFlru of un known origin desnoyed the dicing and hall t4eIun rt of outgaiss Itobert II Foerdeif rs leather factory at IlrldLsburg a htiburb of this city The loss Is eHiIniMttd at ovei JtttOOOO fully covered by Insurance Oil Mill Burned Oroebeck Tex Oct 21tto fi roe beck coltoiiKvud oil mill Wits destroy ed by tire Loss S5000 Insurance 140000 GAVE UP HIS LIFE McKinleysAssassin Pays Tribute to Outraged Law CZOM10SZ ILXICUTIII ANt IUJKII1 ClolliliiKi IM per mill tiller Artlrli of Ihf Minilcrci Iliirnril liiiineill nlely Aflir lll rntiilliiiil Inlci view s jtlhu Ills Ketiillves OlllclitU nnil Ilcrgyiiien Auburn X V Oct WTh rnrtiiln dropped mi tin niiiil scene III tli t of iltimlfiil 1111111 Itiut por trayed the passing f nations be IOVIM rlil f executive al tin its ttI of mliicriible UKttu In The sluyur of MrKlnley Is dtiul Ieim Czolgt shortly utter 7 u m today ielded ltd lit III the electric chli In ire pliitlon of crime that stailled civil cii t II fiicnl ileuMi Mtullilly He hnwiil no IIlrtIItlhor lovu fur kin nor mild hi turn to any of those hIgher consldtirutlons which onllnnrlly clnlni the houghs of nun uccupyliiK huts poult in iiMy huvi suffered untold tortiir bu outwardly seemed sullen anil IndlMerenl- Kroni mi artlMIc nil mechanical tunilpoln the execution WIts n suc cess With n a few nilntitiH nftir the ciirrnnt had been lund on th phy hlc lunt IInlIlw1 that tin assassins spirit hail winged Its niKht lute eter rutty Wlnii nil over Warden Minil Issued a brief stnlenient deserlp th of till last scenes and thus execu linn In till latter he was assisted by Vmter N Thuyer former warden of DantiHnora prison and Superlnten driit Collins of Auburn penitentiary KliHlrlclan Davit turned on the fatal current In the room adjoining the dnth chamber was a table upon which the corpus of Cxolicosi was plnred fur the autopsy Title cum pleted the body wan laid In a coffin plain pine stained black Only persons the number pre ocrlliit III law wttnetMJ the eiLu lion tIC 5151 was tresem In a very simple manner for tint death chair a pair of black trousers a oont vtay shirt anti a pair of gray ncks corn pleting tIll oiitflt He wore no under carmenlK and no nhtwit Tin melt leg of th trousers was slit at UI bultoui 4 to pimlt the fret HiljUMiitcnt of ho electrode and the shirt wns open at the n ek The ilun u f burning hli clothe and papers Wits rarrled out Immediately after the i eriitlon Thus ItSie not to Htirrender pome storm of his and by sundown It will have he Mi secretly Interred In ground ratitrulled by the ottlrlali of Aulmrn prton The Last Interviews Cznlgocz dnrltiK the night had his taut tiilurvlcw s with Superintendent Collns and with huh biothei stud brofuTln luw lloth of the Interviews wore brief timid till Interviewer did- heel of the tnlkliiK until the question of rellglnik was mentioned when Ceo gose broke front hue seeming Ictharcy a liii violently deunnncri tilt rhurch and the ci Ht stud made tutu relative prtillllMe that there should he no let for Ullll llvlnic or dead When the brother anti brother In law arrived Superintendent Colllni took them Inn to time condemned mans cell There was no demonstra tion when they mot CZOKOX merely topped to tlii front of his uteri cage suit saul Hello Tin brother ventured the remark wish you would tell us Ion who gilt ou Into tills scrape The assas kin answered In a slow hesitating manner No one Nobody had any timing to do wlh It but me That unit how you were brought up mid till tutu hi and you otiKht to tell everything now havent anythliiK to tell he au iwered III a surly inuiuier- Do you want to see the priests again asked hula brother He swered with more vehemence than hall previously shown No anjthuii dont send thIn here again dont WHIH them The html hrIIIIII Interjected bereJThats tight Leon The huron hr looked rather disturbed by the answer Then stepping up close to th1 lairs the condemned man sold And dont you have any pray InK over me when Im dead dont want It dont want any of tbelr religion There wan pnlnful pause of a few minutes nnd then the reliitlvis ru mimed cnHiial conversation with him to which he replied In monosyllables until he bio herlnlaw aiiRRusted much to Snperlniendent Collins stir priM that he and the brother be per mitted to witness the execution lie fort thu superintendent could reply Leon CzolRfmz suld Yes Mr Super Intendcnt 11 them see me killed Superlntriidi Colling told the trio In emphatic ternm Hint no such thine could he alowed and ordered them to say Koodby Czolgoszs Remains TIll hotly of CzolxoHz was not re moved from Auburn Superlntendunt of Stnte IllBona Cornelius V Collins anti Warden I Wnrrin Mend after hours of controversy with CzolRonzs brother succeeded In obtnlrlnR from him the following relliKiuiHhmeiit of the family claims to the remains of the asvisln hereby authorize you KS warden of Auburn prison to dispose of the hotly of my brother von K CzolKosz by linryliiR n ir IW ci tu lory attached tc the prison as provld cd by the law tt thin state of Nyw York Thin reiiiest Is made upon hue express uiulerstnndliiK that no part of the runmliib will be Riven to any pir ron or society hilt that time entire body will be burled In accordance with tile law In the cemetery attached to tho prison THE MARKETS II NOUMAN 1 o CINCINNATI Oct L- TCATTLECcnnmonIlif Iti S27f lIulchurn11fi y 1A Sldpisrs L10 ft 1- 211CALnMChuicoX ft Iiro Largo CoimnonHM JIIrlsCOnllnon1N 1M fo 500 Fair good Iight665 0 UX Iucking616tr fW Slitter Good to choice 2tf ifti llft Common to fair 125 2125- LAMIIS Good to clioicea45O ty 115 Common to fuir200 ft Jr W n BAT No 2Hed jl UOHN No 2 mixed tiOJ OATHNO 2 88 ft a IttK No 2 rli Wr i FLOUH Whiter patent UHi W 6 fancy 295 l0 I 20 Fnmily28 ft 2IJO MILL KKKD 17Xft IJW HAY No TilnolhyLth ft 1125 No 2 10W lid No Clover HI00 No 2 7Mil SXl- ltllTBT Springers jwr Ib H Hoary hens 7 Roosters 4 Turkey hens i Spring Ducks Turkey SI Frills Fresh near by 17 II GCXJMK IlltXMVatsnlta 7 qINo I dry suit fHull fI IJ 74 Sheep skins HI t J TALLOW Irium city li ft Country 5 VI VXL llImedium CO III Washed long HI W 2 Till Wivdlixl fJ r KCATIIKKS Oitm nmv nearly whito 11 gray to nrerngo as Itj Duck colon to whit 28 g fir Chicken whitu nc quills IS Turkey body dry 12 tat A Problem in Arithmetic Hen a not a money milking insti tution It ftiffn tint hurvictw of all itx teachers It chaw only an inci ilontal few to help pay for Nwenping nUll wxrwt mig tliu hcliool rooms ate Thu liofipital rlll iiiHureH cart it any sickness that you ere smifer in Brea than ut homo And then you must live at Boron you have 101nt even if you stay a homo You may Ixuird yourself tinder propcr regulations hoard in approved families in iiorwi or hound ut COlt iti Collegn IniililingH 7laI items nm givi u hulow and should 1atlltlitsl carefully Notion iAM cinlly fuel incidental fw told one months board must Ill paid tn minuter 2 Fuel will bo W cants morn in thu winter jcents less in the Mpriiiff a Studcut Ixtlow A Grammar School pay only lr 0 for iucidoutitl Acmlmny student pay tliWItlltl College NtiiduntH pay StffiO 4 StuduiiU in A Grainiiiiiriunl low Imvu frtxt tuxtlookH fi Student bring their own bed ding anti towels 6 If you gut any work to do for the Colleen you ore paid at thUlld of each month in croditH on school t IpItINPM 7 They cant loud you money but tlio Treasurer mid every teacher will IHJ your frlfntl n n A Typical South Afrlcun Store O It Larson of liny Villa Sun days River CIIJMI Colony conducts u Htoru typicalof South Africa ut which can bo purchased anything trout the proverbial noodlo to tin anchor This stun in mtuatwl in n valley uino miles froze the iieimwt railway Million mid about twoutyfivo miluH from than nearest town Mr Larson says am favored with Iho custom of fiiriniirH within radian of thirty mile to miiiiy of whom I hiiro supplied CliiiinlmrlniiiH remedies AI test ify to their value in n house hold where u doctorH itdvico is al most out of till question Within populUoliiHthe pant tWt ITO months no less than fourteen Imvn been iibmiliitolv cured by CliitmberlaiirH Cough ffitnody This must surely be n record For Male bv S E Welch Jr IEXPERIENCE Truce MARKSI Anyone Pendlna a skelrhnd descrIrtlnn mar iavsnlIlnn eahbiyetenthlo eeanimunkau unit arlctiyamtdadlal latenta ecurmapaenhsPNrentepaint nntI without to the Sclenftfic American 011101 Illurtratnd wteklr tiniest ctn- culsaiatl enreienlme1unlal Terms 13 a ear mr nonthsIL Yorkawch THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON IV FOURTH QUARTER INTER NATIONAL SERIES OCT 27 iTl lit the lriinn Urn alto IIn Mriuiiri Vrrmrm 4 Troidrn TVat Itom til 21 CoHiitirnlnrr Irrpnred by Ihi llrv U M Uaru copyright Ilr Amrrlrtn Irrw AmocUtlon I1il Tlitre htood no man with wlille Jonepli iiiiulo liliiiNtlf known nun liin liittliren The utory an told In tliu I Intervinlni chnitrm between the IIIB Ira nml sills iiiu In uuet rimdniitltiK In ilctull of JUIh IIIIIIIN with tits broth nu lout rn evlnlly III fi re liiii7nvliig of coming event lu ciiiinectiiti with Ib return of ChrlHt nnJ ilia reveliiliuu t IIU brethren The tires vUll of JuHvplin ten lirillirrii to buy Guru liiiijiiiiiln halo g cnrefnll leapt nt home lent roll mlKlit lie fall him Jimilig a ncoKliltlun of till brethren his trying tliim by culling thou Kplii cud putting tinin III ward thrte days their remembrance of their HII nnd oiiiinrMilioii riiiioiTiiliikT It In tin porn ime uf limepti whom they HUppumd did out nndiTHtnnd their UliKUUKe he had Kpnken It them through Interpreter Isis ImliliiiK Simeon host age till they hlniiilil bring their youtgor brother hU sending the others bock with tom and meta liiHnk money Hecretly put In hli uek cud Juiohn pitiful vry when told that the ruler of Kitypt would taut sea them iiuuiii uiilenH lienjninln wus with them till s In all told III ehupter xlll Their keiiitid vUlt Inking Ilrujuliiln and double money the returned money nnd 111111IhU sisaiul filtered In und furor to lieu jlllllln lire Iald lu vhlliter lllll Iimephn plun kceininuly to letiiln Heiijumlu und the eurniwl und loiUent plea of Judull who hud heroine xurety for lienjniiiln err till tapirs of ehapter IIhUl tot Iowa III our liviiou JoMphii revtlatlon hltiuelf IIhrm4 5 sod Joseph Bald auto hU hreth nil Come ncarir to me posy you NuthiuK In his heart hut love und pity nnd r iKiveiieii rill them an he yenrim over them lie would take them to liii ball null blex them blddiliK them Hot tu 1w urieved our angry with thenuelrei Inut uf their pant mbieonduct an ur lug them thnt n1 lend overruled U al whllIIlair we iMiiuot know the eomfort of for seifro our sin Tu IH Bret words Ialii Joseph he now add nm Joseph your brother whom ye MId Iota ISgypt There could bv no mliitiikiliK thin lie was the rerj name Jui eph whom they hand 00 teal und hatiil uud sold an u share to the Mldlun Ken they uldt that nee whet will become of LU drennm i God unit me Infore you to pro orrr you a xi lerity In the earth cud to nre your liven by u creut deliTeranrr PWe run hardly YIIPINIM tint the hand of clod wits on plain to Jonepb lu all the evelitii of the part yearn lu till later and imprlmiuinent an it waN to him now lixikiiiK hock upou It from tin glory to cemutott for our good lie children of Jod and wr dn not always consider that they work together according to Ills purpone to con form to the Image of Ills too how rill i5l hut u truly ni Joseph could look back oldsot not till cruel brethren but Ood working out Ills purpoiex ao w hell tlnd tat no nal evil ht ever be fallen ui stud that all elieuile and all ad Tore e circuuutaucru have leeu renlly for for our good under tile controlling Laud of Gal 8 So now It Will not you that eat me hither but tiod and He hath made me a father to Parllob Note the threefold God sent me tvrrM B 7 8 Ve think of our lord Jesus who when Iufflrill ao much from Ills cuemlei saw not them but lilt Inthrr andtaut nil cup which My leather bath glveu Me shall I not drink HT Juno xvlll 11 When Shluier curced David and threw atones at him Iavldtaw out Shinier but Owl and Just left him to toil to manage II Sum xvl B13 It U blrued Indeed to ere God and not Iople or circumstance and believe that not u dog can move Ito tongue agafiut un without Soils permute don Hi II 7 See nNo Ua ill 12 13 II r 1- 7Dll Tbua aalth thy Joseph Ood hallo modi me lord of nil Egypt Come down unto me tarry not TbU war the un Hnnge to lilt dear old father urging him to come quickly with all blcbll alien nml childrens children and Hock and horde that Joseph might nourish amid care for them See the verses following the portion nstlniieil for our lesnou and note the lullrest Pharaoh took In bring lug Jacob iiiul all that be hnd down to ICcypt sending wngonn for the wives and little ones sod urging them to regard not their ntuff became the good of all the land of Kgypt Oat theirs Our Lord Janus mid in Ills prnyer to Ills Father when upeiiklng Ills disciples The glary which thou Kiiveat Me I have given them John xvil cud It U written III Iar ii JlA that nil thlnga are stars but many heir of God and joint heilk with lirlut me no occupied wltb their KtufT mill tIll care of It that they neither see nor enjoy their richer In ChriHt 12 III Tell my father of all my glory In Egypt and of all that ye him teen They probably found It difficult to believe their eyes for It must have seemed too quad und too wonderful to be true When they arrived lout und told heir father he believed them taut until be tAw the wugiinn which Joseph hud tent Then his spirit revived and be said It U enough Joseph my ton Is yet alive will go and see him before tile verse liJ8 AH believers hearing testimony to Christ lilt sufferings timid Ills glory ant our Inheritance In tutu many wilt tint believe unless they sir tune wagons something In our lives to prove the truth of our words We are to love and prove our love nut by words only but by the good works which lie will work In ua 14 IB The weeping and kissing and the comimmlnn afterward make us think of the weleume which the prodigal coo received und the feast that followed TIN is till fourth of the seven weepings of Jo rph two of which are In our lesson verse J and here two lu chapter and our tneli lu chapters xlll illli xlvl They are worthy of particular study Note alto the three weepings of our lord at the grave of Inznrns over Jerusalem timid III ictliBcnianc and consider that by lilt grent humiliation and sacrifice lie bus innde provision for the forgiveness and bringing near and evtrlaitlnx care of all who corm to lilac YOUR POSTMASTER In than authorized agent for Tile CITIZEN live kiln Firrr CENTS mid lie will send it to Kilt wo will send you The Neatest Cleanest Newsy Newspaper you over read fifty OHH inch week fur a yea- rMMLCOM KIRK A Tale of Moral HeroUm In Overcoming the World jBy CHARLES M SHELDON P1IQtpIObprrlfbt by tw AdTtae PnblWUn uonriJiuEO j J CUAITKK XVI KAIIIt HOIIT8 A 1IATTLK AMI OVER COMEli iIolth Kirk watt bavltiK one uf her Kreut ImttlcN Hlu worked over that Sunday illniiir Aud star hud no fought It out when the family return eil brlliKlUK with them four friends uf Mr lulton liiislniHM aciimliituiict4 from other rltlex whose good wilt It won lie eNHary to keep The dinner was Herveil promptly and Iulth bud no reason to feel afraid of her success Mr lulton even rain- out Into the kitchen when It was over nod complimented her on the dinner The guests lighted cigars and retired to the library withal r Fulton tWill now nearly oclock By the time ev erything WIIH cleared away In the kitchen It WBH half pant 4 nod In tilt alrentIyf tired nn rebellious She teat down nUll at tlrst said slip would not go to church Then the thought of the dear home circle and fur almost the first time nlnce she came away she grew dreadfully home sick She threw herself down on her bed cryIwhat ashamed and lay still awhile thinking Then nhe rose and Huddenly Itllrllldllll her electric light Filth Kirk you are aNhained of yourself IK this Malcom Kirks daugh tar She askiil the illiMtluli an she put on her cloak and lint and resolutely determined to go to church and be a good Christian In spur of her troubles To him that overnmieth the verse happened to the subject of the Kn deavor meeting that very night old as iihu took up her Bible and went out of the house she was feeling better as she eta rtarl down the avenue nod then turn let toward one of the cliurches of the name denomination an the out at hour For she wan homesick enough to feel that slits would enjoy the worship bet chunkrFaiths Sundays In Chicago since she had lietn there were not at nil like the Sundays at tWIlIt She hand at tlrst tried to attend a church near her hoard ing platy Hut at the end of her studio experience site had found some Sunday work to do tu connection with one of the social settlement That work was now tai tar away and star was coin pelted to give It up Tonight she said she would go toI the Endeavor meeting In the ltrltlIchurch only a few blocks from Fulton She had seen the notice on dgoclock aa the hour of 8rlrIThe young people In the chapel or prayer meeting room adjoining the main room It was beautifully lighted and furnished and as Filth went In she woe greeted at the door by a young woman who Rave her n topic can and a hymnbook and then showed her to a sent The meeting begun promptly lull Faith could taut help wondering a little aa she looked around at the very well dressed young then and women how much any of them knew about the struggle of oveiromlng The next mo ment she rebuked herself for judging others whey nil have their trials no doubt she said It wont do to Judge from appearances Itlch folks are not the happiest ones She enjoyed the singing and some of the more familiar Endeavor songs brought tears to her eyes When the hour wits about half gone Faith had an Impulse to give her tee timony Site kept saying to herself that what she hind bleu through that day was something that might help the others In her fathers rhiinli at house the young people hand always been en coimiged to help one another liy relat thug their experiences and Faith had no other thought In mind when she rose during a pause and told very trullklyIsomething of her struggle day The young people all turned and looked at her In surprise Faith knew bow to express herself very will Her father loin helped her very mulch She did tint mean to exaggerate her 11I1II1ulI tles lint she spoke more frankly than she might If she had out been overflow Ing from the days experience Resides her heart warmed to Hnd herself In the a society once more hind she longed for the Christian fellowship When slit sat down she hail time to think If she hind told anything she ought not She laud simply confessed her struggle as the Hlble sold Chris thins taught mid she had only Inciden tally mentioned the fact that whir was working out At home they had girls In the society who worked out at serve Ice and they did not think much about It Hut before the uniting was over she grew hot nail cold by turns as she thought of having told nil those young people that she was a hired girl She was almost tempted to get up again and tell them that she was the daugh Ur of a slllllaler and a bleb school graduate und that her father had wore than one letter from the pastor of the Tery church where she now was com mending the work done In Conrad and asklug for counsel as to similar work lu the great city Then she glowed with shame for her lack of courage If I did tell them what I am doing It In no disgrace It Is an honest thing to do I am not ashamed of It In spite of all that when the meet lag was over Faith fancied that the girl who land been sitting tacit to her turned away very hurriedly without trying to speak to her Ibe one who had ushered her to her seat however came to her and Introduced her to a girl standing near by The girl shook hand rather stiffly and thou excused herself saying she lied souse commit tee work to do Falth was left stand lag attune and no one else spoke to her She tried to believe that there was no Intention In the neglect Hut tier face burned and she dually re solved to go out to shake the dust of that church from her feet and never return to It She hand reached the dour when the face of her father came up before her awntknowledge endured for yenta number less privations and slight without lUll lug his Christian muuhood or footage With the face of her father also canto IIIIIIbatlThis In not overcoming she sold to herself and at the door of the chapel she stopped walked back to the church door entrance and went Into the male room An usher showed her to a good seat and she wit there with her head Itowisl for lf minutes before the service be Igun When she raised hoer head her eyes were Yet with tours and the tare tale near her looked surprised Hut Faith hind overcome She hUll fought mother battle on that eventful Lorals day and had won hoe victory When the service begun slit enjoyed It The slnglug was by a quartet and to Faith In her present condition the musle anon with refreshing The ser mon helped her too It was ou this subject of Christs sufferings anti she felt usIiEtmed as alit listened anti com pared her own troubles with those if the great Sufferer for this sins of a whole world At the close of the service state hesi tat ed but thinly went up to the front of he church anti lutroduittl herself to tilt minister He was taut of the Chicago pastors who hind known her father when he was In the seminary They were not lu the Maine class but heal correspond ed u little of late years What he exclaimed Faith sjnike her name Miss Kirk of Conrad My dear he culled to his wife who wits near by thin la Malcom Kirks daugb ter You remember his stories In the Patters Our boys think there are no stories just tike his We are no glad to see you The ministers wife greeted her very kindly and Fulth almost cried she was so touched by their cordial reception Where are you stopping In the city the minister asked Faith hesitated and lieu frankly told him where she was and what she was doing There was a moments theIIng any wore questions the ministers wife sold as she laid a loving hand ou IJIalthHarmfy conic and take tea with us next Sunday evening atl IXmt fall will you She gave Faith their house number and Faith walked out of the church fooling aa If some Christianity were left In that great sinful city after all That night the wrote home a tong letter to her mother telling her all about her work and especially the ex perience of that day When she flu ished she prayed for Messing on all the dear hone circle and In greater peace of soul thou she had known In a long time she committed herself to the care of the AU Father As tits weeks work began again the Pultons found themselves wondering how long the new girls caiMihllltles would hold out Faith combined her fathers physical endurance and her mothers New England thrift and neatness Her kitchen shone with bright nests Her meals were delightful sur prises to every member of the fatally Her good nature seemed unfailing Weve got a real treasure even Mrs Fulton confessed Wednesday evening to her husband The only thing I dread Is that the may not holdout I have never been satisfied with any girl I ever had Perhaps you expected too much Mr Fulton suggested absently an be continued to read his paper Im sure we pay enough to gt sat Isfactory help she replied If the capable American girts would only work out more we housekee cra would not have so many trials Mrs Fulton sighed limit It Is possible If the had changed places with Faith that Sunday ite might have understood better why more American girls do not work out t service Thursday morning Mrs Fulton went down to the city on some shopping nail Faith was alone lu the house She started her kitchen work early and thou went lulu the parlor to sweep and dustThe piano was open sad one of Sou BUS new marches was on the rack where Alice had left It She had been practicing It that morning Iwfore chic went away to school Faith had received a good musical Illanoipensive things that Dorothy had kept and taken wltb her when she let tier home In the east Faith was like her mother In having a real passion for 1eltlale SJM she had a 9ora than ordi narlly good ear and her technlcwaa almost professional She hUll not hud an opportunity to touch n piano since leaving home The sight of the open keyboard and the new music fascinated tact intdually she neared the piano as she was dusting off the furniture and finally she sat down on the stool and began dust Ing the keys The sound of the notes us her cloth pressed ou the Ivory seemed to make her forget her surroundings She changed the dusting cloth to her left hand end struck a few chords with ber right The Instrument was In One tune and Iwfore she knew what she was doing she had dropped her cloth on the floor und begun the opening measures of the march before her After a few attempts the music be lUll to come to her The march was not difficult and she was fairly caught by Its popular swlug anti rhythm She forgot where she was anti what she was a hired girl who was not sup posed to know anything about pianos She woe conscious of nuine ont In the room and marches tier fingers seemed to regain their old nluibloutss und slit wile swept on Into the piece with un enthusiasm uud pleasure she had not known In a long time Hut just us she had tlnlshed the mu sic with a splendid close and felt the glow of the effort she was conscious of some one In the room She turned around with a face that burned and saw standing at the en trance of the hall into the parlor three were Mrs Fulton who stood staring at tier with a cold stern look Alice who seemed astonished at the performance and the young wan whom Mr Fulton hand addressed In front of the picture on State street as Mal com They had come In unexpectedly and all three hud evidently hell stand Ing there for some little tinge There was an expressive silence In the parlor as Mrs Fulton came a few steps Into the room and confronted Faith who still sat on the piano stool looking at her CHAPTER XVII FRANCIS RAIKinil AND IMJKOTIIY OIL SEATS UAUOIITKH RECOYE ACOUAINTKP Mrs Fulton was tlrst to speak When you are through playing the piano you can go on with your work she said coldly Faith stooped and picked up the dust Ing cloth and then rose to her feet I didnt hurt your piano The words were on her lips and her heart was hot within her Hut site choked the words down and without replying to Mrs Fulton she started to go out Even lu her excited condition of mind she could nut help noticing that the young man was gazing at her with great at tention It Is not your place to touch the piano continued Mrs Fulton who was angry You cut leave It alone after this Mother Alice spoke up In a tune of timid remonstrance There lies been no harm done has there She plays better than I do I never knew before how that march ought to sound Youre right about that snld the young man lu a big hearty voice It WOK finely done and Ive heard It played by Sousas bawl too Faith colored to her hair at the unex pected praise while Mrs Fulton shin the piano wltb a bang and looked et tremely a other You ulluyedIFaith went out of the parlor without having said a word She WitS glad when she reached the kitchen that she had controlled herself but the effort not to say something In defense to ex cuse her action coat her a tremendous struggle As she prepared the midday meal she choked several tunes with u dry sob us she realized thus she must not try to be anything hut u hired girl while employed In that capacity Tills Isnt the work I ought to do she said to herself again and again but urn doing the best I can I wouldnt have touched the pluuo If hadnt forgotten myself at the sight of the music It1 can get anything else to do wont stay here nut what cut I do unless give up everything cud hornet wont do that until I have totTheo she quieted her excitement by recalling the home circle Her fathers face came up before her and she said I am selfish to mind such a thing For dear fathers sake When she appeared at the table InI answer to Mrs Fultons ring of bell the first title she showed no signs of temper and served quietly and cheerfully Mrs Kultaa soaked at her l sharply several times but apparently found nothing In the glrlH face to an noy her The only embarrassing fen ture of the meal to Fulth was the fart that several times she was conscious that the young man Malcom was tool lug nt her very directly It was tint a stare but It cmhumiHscd Faith statue what Ills face was honest und manly but tIll look he often turned toward her wits very searching She wus relieved when the meal wus over and she could clear things Han It was Thursday afternoon nnd sin very quickly put her kitchen to rluhi and running up to her room she put on hat mood cloak amid went 1st She ile termlned to have another look ut the picture on Stute street It It were still tlitre And If It was gone u plan tad suddenly come to her mind whichsh had resolved to try before gulag batch to the Fultons She hind been gone out of the house only a few minutes when u conversi thou occurred In the parlor which would puce Interested her Intensely If she could have heard It The young man Mulcom hud been III at ease all through till liliiclitime When It was over III had gout Into Ills library where lie hand naked leave tu write n letter lie wits evidently u business aciimlntance of Mr Fultons but the conversation ut the table re venled the fuel that he hut not been lit the Fulton home before lie tlnlshed Ills letter amid went Into the parlor Mrs Fulton and Alice were there The girl hud not gone to school n n t ftttjlliu lllTO BI coNTiiruxo TIn other words said Edward Blake you mean that I will have to lid The stories written by Rev Charles M Sheldon teach lessons The les sons are apt to be timely and perti 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eiijoyeil liN favor txlvii suit InvliiK kinilneiiK yet now they mine abjectly furs him In nblaln his t whlthIbust Isis luirs fully all Ibex There me ClinliuiiH hi isir IS or or 4U yiarm atu rneiMil hroiiBb Christ the forclfruewi of vlli mnl were IIIMile rhlhlren of CIH mnl joint heir with ChrUt yrt nn never ure that they are inil IMtvet lejineiliB III Him but hope aome ii iiyii Ix enoiinh for heaven If 110all only pr re fnilhful JO Ienr nut for am in lip pirn ot fiiHl Vbat they tneiled wuus lm ivelilteme trfore nHI ncnln t whom ha iiso Krleronoly ulnnitl n nil to t IhI prrhnpn they buil never yet truly There can lw no IlOr mlml until we are aiire that nil hull sris ncninut us IItOil 11 tins leen put nwny sCot 13 M oTrtinc sill from JiVl never pmi pvr but confennlnic and fornklue It al brluE nurey ilrov sxviii Kll 21 Hr niinfiirlril them nil upoke Idnlll unto ibetn Another fear not nlIII1UI1Ihl1 1JlhlCora man In art n did townrd tber brpthren Isf whii Jooepli wa s a tt otiut rolls tyix will romfort you and peak kindly to you wbiMver you may In If yon will only come to thus for IIM the Pntlicr of mrrrlii anti the nOtlnt all comfort fliur 3 Here wr hays the liml two of thr e ire clou fear visits thin oiheri are found In chnpterx iv xxl xxvi ilil xlrl- 2J 23 And loxcph livcil nil hundred and IPII years Siv Slits verne 2L Since be Yas 10 when he tirst Mood livfoie list niusdi nil Ktl he lied SO years of proxperily In Kcypt ennui ih to make him forget lie few yearn of slavery and Im tin ssn llsnt mid we know that tbp suffer Init of t Iii pieMnl lime nre not worthy to be compared with the glory Hint awaits lltoin rill IS Jacob lived 17 years Imme ISO Abrnham Ii so that lsssilis life wan cniiiparnlively short how much ut ItlexnliiB for lISUIsnhltIft nnd tenx of thounnuiN there wan in It nnd what an nniount r fclli w hip with Olirlnt If we nre here for ChriM He will ee to II t tin t we abide Hln a lit time then we kliHll rent nnd shunt a nil In our lot nt the end of tiie dnyH iDnn xil 131 21 J inx will surely vlnlt you nnd lifinn you nut of this land 5od hud told Abriim t II1ulIl nnd loMph like Abrnni lievisl Joil chapter xv M and tiHik un oath of bin brethren thnt when they went they would tnke liU bonin nloiiK liiis they slut an they hnd prnmiMil nnd burled them In Shecheni Ionium xxlv 121 Thin In the one t lit uig uiiiilioiHd of loseph Iu Heb xl JJ Ity fiiilh Joneph when he died innde mention of the depnrtlni of the children of Isrnel and uar cominfltulnit iiinivniltiK hiss bonen Joseph svuts nure thnt however lone the lug tlmr might be the prom Uen of Ood would be fulfilled Thus be had lenrned hiM nwti experleniv are remlnde of II Sum xxili fi Those vho hnve like Clil with Joseph nnd Da rid expect lo nee nil the unfulfilled prom Isen iiiiiiirniliK Inrnel yet literally ful ailed See lisa Ix II 7 Jer III 17 xxill S il Hzek xxxvll JlS ansi all other accordinK to Ads III 1021 21 They uuulo itietl him mid WilliI put III iiilllii In Keypt nlrnnire t nul hug to this first hook In t heI nible It iMchih with life hut ends with dentb but the II hisuits with life every where on enrlh nnd sleuth destroyed by the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ Itev xxll IlJl xxi I fi who becnu e ii tsin ht a a vln offerlni n sacrifice for sus mid died tot our sins When He hull come to HU throne there will lie life for all lornel and blcnnliii for nil the world AH lotiK a tin t entlln nlMide In Ksypl the proniUo to Abrnni in lets xv 11 wns unfulfilled mid bug an the hoeloC Its hut senu hiss tn the dust nf thU earth souls other promises remain unfulfilled inch TliesH iv 10 17 Cor xv fil fi2 Hut He will couie mid fulfill ererj liruinlae l YOUR POSTMASTER 1111I In the anl hoi itd a lIlt for ITIKN Jiv linn Firry CKMH and he will hcnd it lo IIH and wo will MMid you The XcateHt CleimcHt SHY Xtivupapcr you over read lifty two tiimH OIIH each tt cek for v nr Four Run Down Mllwauk i Oct 28larcp punning were klllril unil one serious ly Injured by liilnu itt nek by a train en touts to ChlraKo on the Chicago Milwaukee ansi St Iuul roast while driving over a Kiade criiKHltiK at Oakwood a HINUI town Ki iii kit outhIC here Killed Mary llonHtl Joe Ill IICsk and Annie Kenter Serluimly Injured Martha llonscl All Crushed by a Falling Tree llorkford IIU Oct jHev Dan kl Franc and wife of Kalrvlew Kan were killed outright sad three other Injured sit CidurvllU by bsing cruib ed by a fr hug tie- sMMLCOM KIRK A Tale of Moral liurolaru InOvercomlnir the World By OHABLE8 M BiIELDON- Aultuniif In lilt Steis CYuflrtoni PMHp itrwtii Uutjtrt llantyi Senti Isovs Obpjrlfht lu n b at Adttnc IMibllatiln Cot IOOITISUKDJ Iorr that Mr Ililton did tint cnnie spilt thss nonii Mr Stanley sisisi Mrs Illlliili who M4meil anvioils to please him am sure lit linM have been iiiinvoldalily ilelaliuil In tlie elly He leli ilioiied out In this early part nf Hie fonllonii Unil be would try lo inert yon here know he wanted to we ynil lnfiire you co west Yen minium replied Malcoin Slim ley He sHike ie Mrtfiillv suit one who knew him well would have said bin lone tacked lnnrtliie He wax evidently very much illxtlirlicd ultoiit sssiuistiiuii He walke to tin wUidow and looked out Alice went over to the piano mnl opened It She silt down and played a few IlIrM of the inanb Often when she aw feellllK Illloenilile a little inn til oiilil relieve her Tin sound of the piano roiiMd IIIII com Stanley He came lKlik to the mid sits of the room and taking a will near Mrn Ilillmi Mild with some etnphanlH ns If lit had Inen inaklnu up Isis mind to a course Mrs Ilillcin where does your clrl the girl who walled on the talde who was phiylm the piano where slut slit come from What Is her 1111111 Mrs Fulton looked surprised and SliMs IlnliiirnisMMl She from Kansas believe she told me Her name Faith What the clrln luxt name Alice never can remember II she ealleil to Alice Alice stopped pliiylnu and Uiriicd around on the piano NtiMil Kirk Faith Kirk Ilh yes Shen a peculiar girl Iu some ways Mr Stanley as no doubt yon noticed It tint often that we housekeepers call furnish xnpcrlor inn suiclsi to entertain KIICSIM slit add ed with a short laiiuh which showed that slit still thought of the Incident of Faith al the piano with great an noyancc till Malc im Stanley bad risen till whole x betraying crcat ex llhIIIIIIIIf this girls name U Kirk Mrs Fulton and she Is from Kansas It Is almost ierialn that she Is the daughter of the man who wan with my mother when she died In mldocciii the man who held In his arms the man who hiss always been III my tboiiulit as one of the heroes of the world Mrs Fulton rose iHk usg bewildered Slit wan fiiiiilllnr with Francis Ha lelchN pnlntliiK hut xhe had never thought of associating Faith with It must sec her said Malcoin Stan Icy He spoke like sins who has the rlKbt to command think slut has gouse out said Mm Fulton Alice will yon u and ste r Alice went out and soon came back soylnc thai Faith had gnus Malcoin Stanley paced Hie parlor In nnnsiinl agitation o t manner If this he daughter of Kirk he wild to hlmwlf llIlcolllI turned to Mrs Fulton and formally You will excuse me madam If I take my leave now am obliged toI make some arrangements about t picture al Mr Itulelgbs this sitter lisls When tIn you leave Ins the westV Airs Fulton asked She was annoyed sit the events of the tiny hnd plllllll1 lo go tomorrow II XII lo visit Mr Kirk nn my way to Denver Itnl feel anxioiix to see Miss Kirk before go She certainly must lie tils daughter rlsIusit girl as rim call them would not be likely to have stcli a musical nltirtillon and besides she hax the look III her face of the portrnlt It must be slit Yes cried Alice her pale face showing sonic color under the excite ment of sinli a illseiHery III real life She certainly playeil the piano like one who hut hush the best of teaclivrn And besides you cm sec from lut iminncr that she Is rellncd and lady Ilkc Alice spoke with glow of mi hellish reeling and Malcoin Stanley looked griitcfnlly HI her limy come out with Mr Fulton this evening lit sair lie bowed and went out leaving Mrs Fllllop nisi Alice lo talk over the matter while he went down to Framls Kalclghs studio determined every mo mcni with Increasing resolve lo re turn and see Faith before the day was Uts Meanwhile Faith had mIle directly lo tile familiar window on State street where UI picture hud been Slit knew Infore wIic rcnclicil IlleIplnci llin tin picture wii guile CHUM the UMial criiwil nf pcuplc wan mil sisShs stopped In front of wlnilou Imnvver ami rciiil the lieI ilriwM nl i lu tirtlxl which wan ill ti Hiiiiill fcciie nf fitnlKii Slut hesltateil a nioinelit anil then lloj lutely went on to Itanilolph Direct to tutu lihxk where Italel hs stmliii wax III stsic al this lois ssf this tsiilld lug nnd when she reached It she hesi tated again before going In When she lustily opincd the door sits drew buck at the entrance for the room ap peared In be empty except for a large ciui MI nnd a few dccorntlons There was another room opening from the llrst and after walling a moment Faith went on to the door of thus room A man was sitting there with hU buck to thus entrance so uiMorbfd In lib work thnt he evidently hud mil heard her conn Iu Itut Faith was at once attracted by thus sight of the familiar picture of the father which wns on n rent easel In front of the nriil She came few steps farther Into 111111Ikhnd advanced as tilt as the frame of the picture of her father thnt he turned his face and looked at her am Faith Kirk and that is my father sild Faith speaking directly I dm Itiith lark 1111 Unit lit inn In- tlicr suits hnltli after Maliinns own manner smut point Ing at tin portrait Ive come on a mlher peculiar errand Mr lilclgh hint you wont blame lilt for It nm sure Illume the daughter of Dorothy 111 bvrt cried Franel Itnlclgh His once heavy slack hair was streaked with gray and hnd grown notice ably old In many ways bill he was handsome and well preserved gentle man and the oh Kalclgh manner sal on him with even more grace than when he wan young He ross and bowed with an elegant politeness that brought the color to Faiths check and for II moment they HliMxl facing each other In silence Then Italclgh brought a chair and Faith sat down while the artist look ed at her with great and Increasing In tents suppose you hnve come to take nil lo nisk for painting this picture hi said It was In one sense a very iMild thing for me to do think how ever your father will forgive me I am sun he will when be knows sill about my reasons for doing It lit1 spoke in tone that made Faith feel somehow that the picture had had real Intlucnce on the life of the stills as Indeed II had and the telling of It at another time revealed this fact thin FrnnclN Italclgh had gone through an experience of moral struggle thnt bud left him also victor Iu overcoming Im Mire father wonldbe pleased Mild Fnlth slowly Then uslie paused for suddenly out of her shy spells came over tier and sill did not know how to go on For the rust lime she teemed to feel as If perhaps her er rand would be considered unusual What can do for yon said Italelgh He spoke In way thai re moved Faiths shyness at once If It hush Ill been for that slut would have gone away without telling him what slut had come for Of course lit continued am wondering every minute how yon hap pened to come In here for your home Is In Kansas Isnt It and Will you let me tell how I happen ed to lit hit said Faith feeling more conlident In her errand shnll have to tell It before you will under Maud why have come Yes tell me your story wild Ita Iclgh smiling encouragingly So Faith related her experience In the photogra phers studio and lien present place of work at the Fultonx whereat Francis Ualelgh opened his eyes a little tint he continued to listen In sympathetic ithstits CHAPTKK XI11 IIAClY Mi BY NO IN Tilt HTITIIIO His love for Dorothy Ullbert hUll long ago passed lusts a memory He was married now and had a wife and children whom lie dearly loved lint ns Faith went on and made her errand to him clear he thought back In silent wonder at that time when Malcoin Kirk till crossed the ocean with him and he had thoughtlessly made the sketch which meant so much now lo more than one person And Ive come here now continued Faith as she concluded the story of her experiences to sec t yon would give me a letter of Introduction or recom thlthlsisit lots to some place where could do the work that feel that t ought to lie doing Im very proud dont menu thai I am In any way ashamej of Hie housework Fallhx cheeks Klowcd with Hiidden color hut I am mire can do something different souse thing thai the world needs more Koine times when I look at a picture likeI thai feel as If could In time paint Homeiliinx almost as gool Francis ttalelgh bowed and a pleas ed sushi came over isis fll ssNis sill till praise from the art critics of hlllll pitlure hnd gratified him so 11IhIIf tsssliI gtt homewbcre know could work IIII Into place of usefulness can do tutu retouching and like to do It And III time might have a studio of my own There are several successful wo IIItII lhIIIIIIIh lssi Thats true and know one or two of them said llaleigh Ihoiightfuliy He never knew how mvli It had cost Faith lo itch him what she did tIll had no foolish pride that some glrN have suit Malcom Kirk hnd always taught Isis own children as well as oth ers that sometimes the most manly or woimlnly thing one can do Is to re ceive help to help oneself but Faith would never have come lo this Iilihs for Hlleh assistance If she had not some hlllIa l home S well as herself There was silence In the studio tat a moment Then Itahigh said while the smile on his handsome face lighted up like sunshine l ltt wllllifl you IIIw to WIIIk lii lllss Vurneys studio at Kenwood Y It would be beautiful pline cried Faith with enthusiasm She knew tin famous studio which the richest peoph In the city patronized nnd she bad even been out to It twice to solicit or dors but each time bad failed to get anything It wns an Ideal place and she could tint help wondering If Ita Iclgh knew anything of her experience there Miss Varney Is a niece of my wife wild Italelgh smiling at Faith again Suppose Instead of writing yon a let her of Introduction go out there with you and Introduce you In person That would be beautiful cried Fnlth Then she grew suddenly shy again and guxed at this artist half fear fully as If she felt slut might have trespassed somewhat on her know 11tIt his old time alTccllon for lies mother Ualelgh seemed to read tier thought My dear girl he said with a smile that set Faiths mind forever at rest perhaps you know that once thought very much of your mother but slit gave her heart to a better man for which have never reproached histI How the years have gone since He was silent suddenly ami his tlllii grew thoughtful Let us set We shnll have time to get out there this afternoon Ill at your service Is II by to the kitchen and welcome vocation yon are dtted for At the Mime time envy the people yon UIlI IlkIlaughed so delightfully that Faith join ed and neither of them heard a step In thin other room and did not know any situ hnd come In until Mai com Stanley stood at the entrance JUZI ing at them Knlelgh had risen and lund laid hU palette and brushes down At sight of Stanley he exclaimed Come In young giant antI let Introduce collIe one yon ought to know Malcom came slowly forward look lug at Faith who had risen Kach of them was evidently excited at what was now evident to them both Miss Kirk said Itnlclgh with an emotion he suit not try to conceal this Is Mr Stanley Malcom Stanley whoso likeness have so faithfully re produced on till canvas there 11IIIWill you shake hands with a hired girl Mr Stanley for fathers sake she said half shyly half In the manner she had Inherited Irons Malcom Kirk Will Y cried Malcom Stanley The way he shook Faiths hand assured everybody t t he had no hesitation on tilt stare of Faiths position They sill three been suddenly smitlcii with unusual solemnity and Malcom s energetic handshake made Italcigli laugh Faith followed and Malcom joined In ansi the excitement of thai sudden meeting passed Into question and answer Its long way from till slstksst that steamer to this studio said Mai com Stanley Hut truth stranger than tiction nt least any llcilmi rsl ever sIt then he went on to give Fnlth some account of his life since till time when Malcom Kirk had lefl him with his aunt In London The aunt had died when he was J years old nnd he had been adopted In to till family of II distant relative tak lug the name of Malcom at hiss mints request In loving memory of his ipieer nurse The money that Kirk hnd rais ed on board tilt steamer bad been for tunately Invested On coming of slit this fund enabled the young man to lit himself for an engineer He had risen steadily and had at last been promoled to a place of great responsibility The company for which lit worked had In terests In the United Stales and Mai com hnd come over to superintend the opening of some mines In Colorado and New Mexico Ills business Interests haiti made him acquainted with Mr Fulton and It wan through him that he had made the acquaintance of Mr I ii tel and dually purchased the pit tint with thin Intention of giving It to Malcom Kirk The artist had Insisted on practically giving a large share of IIIHIIthKirk on his way All this and tutus did Faith hear wondorlngly The short winter day wns going by and Italelgh suddenly Interrupts the conversation We shall have to give up our trip to Kenwood Unlay Fnlih And I must he getting back to uiy l work cried Faith rising She was Ike tune who had been In u il resin of he lay It all seemed so straiiK be studio the artist this picture the ilK hearty honest young Kngllshmaii found It bard to realize Hint he vas actually In the heart of till eat ushlng prosaic selllsh city Ml this vas so like a story like tlili outs cads about but so seldom knows In be real life If ysslmr tui t her WIt ollIJ lieus itt nil Italelgh whose romantic ui ii ni nonl was moved deeply by trie v ut if the sissy this room would miaiu ill this elements of a genuine sis y As he spoke they sIll three i 1111 din itt let Vshy toward till entrance the at her room There stood Malcom Kirk his tall heavy llgnre tilling up ihe pcnlng and his homely loving face 50 nenn J sIn other words said Edward Blake uy01l mean tlut I will have to lie The stories written by Rev Charles M Sheldon teach lessons The Ics Kins are apt to be timely and perti nent IHs latest story Edward Blake College Student tells a lot about the life of the average college man It is an excellent story and we are sure it will be enjoyed by oar readers Ve have purchased It and the first chapter wilt he printed soon BUY THE jriSEWING MACHINE Do not be deceived b those who nil vertLse a 6000 Sowing Machine for 12000 This of n machine can be bought from us ornisy of our from 1500 to1800- WE MARE VARIETY THE NEW HOME IS THE BEST The Feed determlncs tho tltlllIgthIII weakness of Bewlng nit Double Feed combined with othn Jtrong points makes the Xew Home the best Sewing Machine to buy WriififDrCIRCUURSSsS ro prices bcforopurchuMiuy THE NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE 60- MASS II Union Sq N Y ChIcago III Atmiti Ua- JL lnilMo I iln ToxSm Krinn o FOR SALE ev SISCO CO RicholasYllle Ky 1Stlva Plate that 11 EaIS Let us call your attention to our 1847 Rogers Bros Triple plated Knives and Forks They arc made to wear and con sidering the qua lity style and finisi can make you a very low pric The knives are plated on the bes of steel and the forks on hard white nickel silver They ar guaranteed to give satisfaction to the purchaser A full line of Spoons Sugar Sheik Butter Knives etc in J847 goods always on hand Let u show them to you T A ROBINSON Optician anil Jcwolcr Welch liinck Kj jtsrj I 1 THE CITIZEN BEREA KYOCTOBER 24 1901 STAND BY I SCHOOLS THE SUNDAY The dearest thing in the home is of course the children Fathers and mothers devote themselves to the rearing of their sous and daughters but they cannot bring them up in the best way without help from out side The two best helpers undoubtedly are the Sundayschool and the day school Just at this time of the year cornea the fight to keep the childruu going to the public schools and to keep the Sundayschool moving on In the spring we start out bravely with the Sundayschool and it goes along prosperously through the warm months but when the chill winds of October and November begin to blow with the falling rain and the rise of the streams many a Sundayschool goes out like a lantern in the night Xow what we want to say to father and mothers and all who are interested in Sundayschool work is this we ought to make the greatest possible endeavour to keep the Sun dayschool running through the win ter months Our children have to live the winter and if IIgiegrow stupid sitting by the fire all winter or will get into mischief for lack of training and occupation It is an old proverb that Satan finds some mischief still for idle hands to do and many a child is injured for life by the lack of occupation and religious teaching during the long winter months To keep the Sundayschool going Jackson County Kirby Knob Mrs Leonard Garrett and Mrs H H Hatfield of Berea with Mrs Hat fields mother Mrs Coyle from Ohio visited friends here last week Mr S B Combs visited our literary society Saturday night Rev Joseph Hornsby preached at Clover Bottom Sunday morning Mr and Mrs J H Tien visited friends here last week going back to Berea Saturday Walter Garrett is very low with Mrs W J Daugherty went to Berea last Saturday- Mr D M Clickand son Charles went to McKee County Peytontowu Deacon J L Francis the guest of Howard White last Friday Mr Francis is agent for the Sun Life In surance Company- G W Wright and G L Campbell were elegantly entertained Sunday evening by Mr and Mrs Henry TevisMrs F E Campbell and Mr and Mrs E W Mason were the guests of Mr and Mrs Joseph Finned last SundayNext Sunday the Sacrament of tho Lords Supper will be celebrated at the Poytoutown Baptist Church There will be a supper given here next Saturday night Our Sunday School is prospering AVallucetou Mrs Elizabeth Ballard ia very ill and not expected to recover Warren Elkin while foxhunting one night last week fell from a cliff about 510 feet high and broke his col larbone James Gaffney who has been ill from malaria is able to lie out again Mrs Win Watson spent Sunday with her mother Mrs Ballard Cupid has been in neighbor hood again Mr Richard Mitchell and Miss Martha Anderson drove to Lancaster Thursday 17 and wore united in wedlock A long and happy life to them let us in the first place encourage the teachers Many a teacher work haul to prepare lessons and attend Sundayschool and then instead of being thanked by children and pa rents is only criticised Let us make teachers understand that wo appre ciate the work they are trying to do- for our children In the second place let us standby the Sundayschools by attending ourselves and knowing what the children are doing Have the chil dren read over the lesson at home before they start and talk with them a little about it In the third place be sure Unit the children have suitable clothing that they go to Suuday school even when the weather is cold In these days a pair of rubber boots or rubber overshoes that cost but little will enable the children to walk us far as necessary in the muddy roads and get to Sundayschool with dry feet How much better it is to payout a little money for overshoes than for doctors bills or bad serapes our children may get into if they do not receive religious instruction toithoseschools be sure to get up something ofspecial interest at this time of the year Plan for a Christmas tree 01 for an exhibition TilE CITIZEN will publish several pieces of music useful for school exhibitions which will bo equally useful for Sunday schools Let us make these school succeed God dots bless our work I CORRESPONDENCE e consumptionMr Mond- ayMadison was our cue Dan Bodkins one of our merchants has gone to Louisville to stock up Rev J Wills pastor of the Baptist Church here commenced protracted meeting Monday night Gibb Gaffney is building an ad dition to his dwelling The mile of uew turnpike into town is nearing completion Mrs John Wylie of White Lick visited Mrs H C Wylie Saturday Rockcastle County Prof Jones attended the Teachers Association at BrOil head last Satur day and preachedat Wilde and Din putanta to large audiences on his way backE B Smith former editor and proprietor of the Kentucky Colonel at Livingston has sold The Colonel to W B Hudson of Barboursville who will remove the paper to Mt Yernon Success to Mr Hudson and The Colonel Dinputantu Geo W Purkoy the postmaster and live merchant hero will receive subscriptions for TilE CITIZEN and take the pay in produce Fifty cents pays for the paper a whole year SUBSCRIBE Miss Grace Clark is having her cottage ceiled for winter R E Short of Borea is doing the work Mrs Mary A Harding died lust Thursday at the home of her son John R Harding The burial was at Climax Mrs Harding was SI years old 0 M Payne is doing quite a nice business as merchant Isaac Harvey is putting a new por tico on his house Jeff Garrett has bought a fine boundary of timber from Mason Ang lin Itockiord Good apples short core can be had of Isaac Todd for SO cents a bushel Mrs Polly Allman of Richmond has been visiting her sister here Mrs Isaac Todd J S Waddle has discovered on his landa vein of ore resembling copper bloom The vein is three inches thick It is altogther likely that the Blazet Bros will move their sawmill to t timber lately purchased by Joff Ui rett of Mason Anglin Cope tl Lambert do lots of grin ing on Saturdays and cut a great deal of lumber other days Revs Ieslev Lambert and DI Pholps are holding a mooting at CIei Creek Church Mason County llns villa The scarlet fever which hits bet ii prevalent at this place has somewhat subsidedThe friends of L D Hender son aro glad to ser him out and pursuing his labors after a long nHlIlkoC rheumatismrMiss Mattie Harris who has been 1quite ill with the typhoid fever convalescing The graduates that were promoted from tho East End School to till Fifth Street High School are Susie Stevens and James M IIndIMrs Lillie Randolph who has bell visiting the Queen City hay returned homo Rev Wm Underwood of Indian apolis has been holding a series of meetings at till Plymouth Church Miss Liuuio Higgins has been indisposed lor several days Mrs E Bailey is visiting her sister at GerlllnntownIAugustus Morton is recovering after a severe spoil of sickness Charlie Lane one of Mason COlin tys best 7011111 men is pursuing a lucrative business in Oberlin Ohio Breathitt County Shoulder Blade Making sorghum seems to bo tiltf chief occupation of the people ill these parts Frost has been quito plentiful bark from the river- a is Clifton Reynolds who is doing business at the mouth of Old Buck is planning to become a tens stu dent this winter The Singing School at this place hada march on last Sabbath hill hJINed Gross who resides near this place on Old thick is not expected to live long The wiCof John B Lewis died not long agoil Six tot Seven Cents a Day will pay fat a tliouuutl dollar lire liuur ance II you are a to 35 yrarn of nut 7r lo itIfWrite to The Mutual Life InsuranceIi Company Iif of KentuckyI to J C DECK rI1 AK lIt State hulk and Trut Ktcliiiioiiil Ky 11101I tatlng your age end you will rrrclvi a cunrnntvvcl ritlmutr ot actual rerultt from a alley that will lit your tar either for Insurance alone or Iniurann and Investment OlIi1Jln1tlnt S iuWlUrra Hanking Compiin- yIllmi Ky t THE HOME Thrse delightful autumn days ra tiltIyear wo used to put up bacon Inlet x sausage beef sauerkraut and ot hoi iOllIIIuntrrill from ten your experience that no one can ItHU comfortably II do not MIV luxuriously as the farmer for so little outlay of money In ten years ol icmdeiico ct a furtii we did nun upend ten dollar for meat butter eggs chickens wink fruit or vegetables fadvery little money was spent for broaden thingfs and saved at home IIlIclw always had lard tallow chickens fat pigs and vegetables morn than we needed so w e disposed of these for such gro envies etc as wo could not raise at homo We did not like parka a steady wo used to select a nice well furl young INV f animal and uhoul 1the first coolIclays in November w slaughtered it and put up all tin choice meaty parts for winter use ii pickle tho receipt for which will lit given below thorough parts shin bones 11l1II1tI tickled the tongue and lumen from wnich the treat hud been eat wo put in till big kettle out doors and thoroughly stewed the whole together mid then strained it well and put the liquid up in jar and ill winter wife would cut a chunk out of it for it would hII stilt jellyi and put it over the lira and you never tasted letter soup than that was in your life The stuff that uas strain wl out the chickens turned into eggs or pumpkin pies The tallow en trails and scraps of fat moi lit for food went into till soiipgrenso barrel till hide wo sold for cash The fact all we could nut land good use foe cre the hKfn and tilt horns and sometimes wo used the hurts fill Kivdfr flasks and dog hums W never had one paumlof beef to spoil on our hands and wo nearly nlwii had Nome to use ill late HJlriligIThis is till way ve made the pickle Four gallons of water six and a halt pounds of course stilt one and a ImlI pounds dark brown sugar two ounct saltpetre boil till every thing is dlHI solved skimming it well while hull let it get cold told pour user the moat having the meat well packed illI pilkltIcover next ing it down with a clean rock You nun use froth it right along and if UUi want to you eon in about three weeks inks some of the choice level cuts without lxne and snug them to dry for chipixxl beef Cut your meat in youItho barrel when you want somo toI cookIHere iII splendid recipe for cook for tint children Grown folkI eatem too Four eggs two cups brown sugar ont teaspoon soda half cup sour milk Hour enough to make the dough still though to cut oulI nicely Outs more thing Iwllnt to tell OllI you happen to havo two or three pounds of steak more thou you RillI INS right away just put it in n cleat jar such keep it covered ill hilt termilk changing the buttermill Ivory other day and it will keep perfectly sweet for a week or IIJOrtI oven in hot weather When you wake up withII had ste in your mouth go at OIUB U E Welch Jrs drug stet and got free sample of Chamberlain Stomllchaud Liver Tablets Out 01 two doses willmuku you well ThllJI iIIS111NCIItI THE FESTIVAL TIME OF YEAR IS DRAWING NEAR and you will want to umku presents to your friends An invitation is extended you to visit mo in the Welch Block and inspect mystock o- fClocks Watches Fine Cutlery Bric=aBrac My stock is complete Rogers 1847 Silverware twenty per cent lower than over I on grave tree any purchase undo from my stow I r you need spectacles como to me EXAMINATION FKKK h T A ROBINSONOPTICIAN AND J1WrL- EHtWeloh BlOCk Berea Ky THE SCHOOL Killlnl liyj WIIIIWh llcnu nf tho Nor llalNl liilwrllmMit ItttiH IlillrKi ISCHOOL EXHIBITIONS At tins titan of tho year when weather and work and Mimelinios sickness kelp our children away fiom school it in the duly of lie teacher to do everything in his power to keep ill the interest Fur one thing now is the time for the teacher to make calls on all thoj families whose children have been out of school Find out what is the matter have a talk with thus father and uncut her about their lays unit girls stir them up to keep tIchildroii in school until the very last day Another duty of the teacher is to see to it that the trustees Iroidisuitable repairs and fuel schoolhouse so that the children Hclloo1Aterost and unit the schX l succeed IIIIinoio K4Nxl than to have them commit to memory some stirring pieces to hllI recited at the exhibition on th11I1 day Pick out pieces which lUllI adapted to till different tiles IIlIdI teach them to repent them ill an lIrI nest modest way Do not let them repeat toe try in a sing song rllhiollI Have some of the pieces prose Me sure hIt all the fathers IIlIdlIIollrll and trustees are invited to that ItIday of lilt school Have scale good Hinging by tilt childien 11III spelling watch Ikitwoen the older ones and let tilt younger children show what they etch do in rending and ill mental arithmetic The fol lowing would hII good program for a closing lhihitiollt tIh1IIJ ISgrlr nrliUI nrltlimrllr by rhll ilr n wluatr Mlttirf Ire oltlrvt our the rnunifnl Mmluiii HabytheKarrt rhllUmi Nlllaeul pair o a IIUBtMf of pupil fprllinii taiuh brlmrn the olilvr pupil THE CITIZKN will publish several pieces of music and several pieotvt uf- drywitch will iNUiseful fur school exhibitions in this column next week Tho teacher must le literally ab sorbdill his work if ho would do all that ho is capable of doing for tilt school He must put Iris wholo HOIIII into hit touching and lute his choltIho touclior who is sleupy in tho school room ought at onco to it It m uo place to is either lazy or melancholy If you are either you had lost reform TIll teacher who absorbed ill lain work and love the childron will ill spilt of III obstaclesA should le worth IIIUWH thou his salary If you aro getting fifty dollars a month yet should teach a hundred dollar school A horn hover Miccexdod who hues not done his Iwst wherovor ho itTIll men who receive five IItheirwhen they received fifty dollars IKT 11cOlUlllIlnillKan largo a salary its he thinks ho should is likoly to bo worth loss than ho nc IIIBOYS Do You WANT CIIANOKT IJeroa College could employ sever strong and willing young nion to various kinds of work this fall and earn money toward their expen ses in school for till winter For the benefit of such classes at night bore heel started so that they can mako Homo progress in study oven now Boys who have skill in any trado can earn most but tiny strong wad willing t hay above fifteen years of ugh can earn Honiethini if Inn applies al OIlCOC GililOil r WC jlllllblI THE FARM EIII1 51 its IWimnr ill Hnrll riilllirt HITC CullrKiv ADVICEON DRESSING POULTRY- To tiemtitlliuril A welldressed fowlwill uf course comnwi d a higher price than it poor ly dressed ono and it is evident then rmust bo gallons loss to the growers wed shippers of xmltry Oil this ac count and it might not OUIlIIIIII to air a few hints on drosiiing fowls properly as them loon not sesnu to be any need of dressing theta poor r First of till crops of all fowls to IHI killed for market should Im ontiioly empty A mistake is generally miulo by nut hanging till fowl up whiltHtrip ping off till feathers hut holding it with one hum and picking it with nepidlIccheoare transparent nut tidn covering of tilt fowl is very easily injured start lcui Ikrlyof a wealded hint and when the hind is held while picking it this membrane is often rublxxl off in HH tn and although this injury does tint seem to show much at first afterward these sets turn dark giving tho bird unsightly npoaranco Over scalding also loosens tie cuticle therefore wo should exercise great caro nut to keep tho birds ill thin hot water for too lung a time when scald Ihnn Havo tho ulster at till hili Ii ilK Kiint yet not actually boiling Take the bird by till head and feet and immerse it lifting up and down in the water tsar or four times then snug up by the feet Thu head should never bo immersed as it turns comb pale and gives tho yiishrunken iipM arnnce Now remove all tIll feathers letting till small ours drop into the board beneath suit keeping wing and tail feathers by themselves The small feathers limy uftorwird h spread out stud dried if deemed of value The fet oftill fowls should lx scrupulously clean wash or still Int ter brush tinin have seen till ad vice given to scald the feet Mid then skin them hilt never practiced this myself All clotlisl blood should lit ro mnvi from thin mouth andall traces of blood wasluxl from the send To give scnlde oultry a letter appearancii it should ls plumH d after IN ing picket clean dip for two or three MHiiiiiln into hot and nearly Ixiilimr water thou at mil into road wutIr anal Icuve it then far Irl nun then hang up to dry lull cool Tho animal heat should Ixi out till fowls perfectly dry Inforo packing Do not wrap till births in old newspajMtrH but uso new while paper it will pity IIII some clean bright straw or swale hay ill till lit of the IWXOH null barrel nnd pack Miultry bock up logs not doub under snuglyso they nutty not shake about in transit Straw unity Iw used tweeti the tlilTirent layern 111111xlNn on top Iwforo putting on tho 0 r With ducks and geoso havo hind littlo 1zNriencu but good tuuthuoriu Its sav they should boHcaldnl like other Kjultry then wrapjMil up In a cloth for two or thaw minutes and lot steam Thus troatml till down will all como olT with till feathers F GHKINKK in The llfljifnl lieu TIlt excitement incident to travel lug and change of food unit water often brings on diarrhoea and for his reason no ono should loavo hums without a nettle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Items dy Forsaloby S Welch Jr BEREA COLLEGEFounded IPlaces the Best Education in Reach of All- Over ill TonchurH 8OO Htudonts from liO States Largest College Library In Kuntiicky NO HALOONH ITrtdo 8clioolHCarM ntry Printing Uousowork Nursing two years Schools General Education anil fitting for advanced courses Illodel those tufllciently advanced to yet a teachers certificate- Science Two years course with Agriculture for young mUll and Domestic Science for young ladies Normal Course Two years with practice teaching Academy Courso Four years fitting for College for business and College Courso Literary Philosophical Classical LCur lifo NiiHlc Rood Organ Choral foe Vocal Iiano Theory Wo are hero to helti all who will help themselves toward a Christian edu cation Our instruction is a froo gift Studoiito pay a small incidental too to meet expenses of the school apart from instruction and must for hoard in advance Expenses for term 12 weeks may be brought witlriu 12100 abut l 14 to 1m paid in advance Tho school is endorsed by Baptists Disciples Method bets 1ronbytorians and good people of denominations For information and friendly advico address the Secretary WILL C GAMBLE Here Madison Oou Kf LfTHECITIZEN BEREA KYOCTOBER 31 1901 I CORRESPONDENCE e FOREST FIRES- CAUTION So far this fall we have not suffer ed much from Forest Fires Let mall bn on the lookout to prevent any damage in this direction this year Everything is very dry leaves are falling and a very small spark may cause much loss of property andover loss of life if allowed to fall among leaves or stubble Be careful Jackson County Kirby Knob Miss China Hudson is almost well Roy C A VanWinkle preached at the lower church Sunday morning and evening Rev Mr Parker is holding a series of revival meetings at the Baptist Church at Clover Bottom Mr Par ker is a good preacher Misses Nora Eades and Mattie Durham of Doylesville are visiting relatives and friends here The Misses Rose attended Sunday school and church at this place Sun day Molasses making is about over Cane turned out pretty well this year Mr Milton Broughton and family are back from Panola Miss Martha Click is expected home from McKee some time this weekSeveral of our neighbors have begun preparations for the Sunday school convention to be held at Mc Kee Nov 9 1901- Convention of the Jackson County Sundayschool Assn to be held at McKee Saturday Nov 9 1901 IOR4I4G 9x Devotional 94V Adtlrvu of ExrcbeI9J i Response 1005 Temporary Organliatlon and Builneu1- UJO Spiritual Preparation of Teachers and Officers Rev Geo W Davis 1010 A Oodles Childhood Rev Jan Biker lluo 1rlmary Work MIu Mary J Baker 113 My Ideal Superintendent Mr Chas Click 11JU My Ideal Secretary Mr John Mclntoih ll1I The Duty of the Parent to the Sunday school Rev J O Holromti1- 2CU InUrmlulon Basket Dinner- AFTERNOON 130 Song and Prayer Service 140 Preparation ol the Learn Mr Lee JWebb ur Memorizing Bible Verses Mr J C Cloyd J1U KvangellKtlc Work In the Sundayschool Rev O II Cannon JSO Reporti from SundayschooU- aW Report of Committees U3U Ten Oneminute Speeches SIU Singing When the Roll Is called up Yonder Good music by quartets and chorus Come riln orshlnu Brlug notebook and pencil Madison County Peytontown- Mr and Mrs James Burnam and Chas Huruam Jr were called to Livingston to attend the funeral ofa relation Miss Lizzie Burnam Mrs Mary Shearer gave a quilting party lately The guests thoroughly enjoyed the work and the roast chick on Mrs Cora Campbell of Richmond made a visit to her farm here in her cart and enjoyed her trip very much Rev I Miller has returned from the meeting at Davistowu Much good was accomplished I Matherson Tevis of Lancaster visited his relatives here last week Mrs Sophia Dennie of Kirksville was guest with her daughter Mrs Susie Miller Wednesday Rev J H Munday passed through here Wednesday en route to Flat Woods where he is holding special services assisted by Rev D C Fran cisS F McGuire was the guest of his brother in law R R Harris Sunday Our Communion service was held Sunday There were ninety visitors with us from other churches Brother Munday preached the sermon The collection amounted to Sl4- J C Burnam of Berea was the guest of Miss Adele Phelps Sunday Miss Phelps is home for a short visit Our Sundayschool last Sunday was the best of the year so far Bro Wm Wright of Richmond taught the Bible class Miss Dolly Burnam of Ashland who has been here on a visit to her mother left Sunday morning for Cin cinnati to visit her sister Miss Flora Rev Irvin Blythe preached for us Sunday night Wolfe County Oainpton Rev J J Dickey is getting ready to move to his new charge in Wash ington County 1I Cox is talking of coming to Be rea this winter Election matters are lively here Jno W Taulbee of Daynborc Democratic candidate for County Superintendent was here Saturdu electioneeringRev Doauo pastor of Bethel Church loaves Monday for Spring field 0 to attend the Miami Conference of the M E Church- C H Gosuoy wife and daughter visited Natural Bridge last week Miss Pearlia Fulks of Spradliug was the guest of her brother G 11 Fulks of this place last week J J Gosuey of Spradliug is visiting friends and relatives at Newport Thos Bailey our jmveler and opti cian made a flying trip to Pouieroy town Sunday Willie Drake is very low from feverG H Fulks is preparing to move with his family to Berea the first of December Mr Fulks and daughter Zella will enter scho- olRockcastle CountyR- ev Hogau will fill Pros FroMtMI appointments Saturday night at the Christian Church at Brodhead andat Maple Grove Sunday morning lrlIto sing Disputuntu We have hada splendid meeting at Clear Creek Twenty have united with the Church Baptism was on Sunday 0 M Payne our merchant has joint the Church at Clear Creek Geo W Purkoy the postmaster and merchant says ho wiil take egg or produce of any kind in payment for a subscription to Time CITIZEN Only 50 cents for a whole YtKrIT F Swiuford sold two calves for R800 this week His father R AI Swinford bought them Some rude boys one night last week shot their pistols ofT us they went home from meeting and Esquire Reynolds has their names I Corn gathering has begun Sorghum making and tin making are the principal industries about hero just now Born to Mr and Mrs R Shepherd a fine boy We are having a new votingbooth built J C Wood and R A Swiu ford are doing the work George W Purkey has some fine saddles and bridles for sale and they ire very cheap to- oBreathitt County Canoe Sore eyes are general In this part of the county- There is a great confusion at preti ant in this county over the corning election The Democrats of the ounty have a regular ticket in the and there is also a fusion ticket- which is endorsed hy the Republi- lane Great excitement prevails in the county and trouble is feared PleallIIurepreachers of Breathitt County lie IS years old and has boon a minis t Let of the Gospel for about W years The aged brother is in comparative good health and has a good mind le says he is patiently waiting for his departure Owsley County Eversole OBITUARY Aunt Elizabeth Reynolds was born on Indian Creek in what was then the county of Clay June 15 182 She was the daughter of the late Isaac H Gabbard whose father Henry Gabbard was one of the early settlers of Virginia Reared in the wholesomo atmosphere of a pious home she early gave her heart to God and began that walkwith him which she continued through life- October 8 1850 she became the devoted wife of John S Reynolds Resultant of that union were twelve childen six of whom have proceeded surveyingmourn the loss of a loving wife and mother During the last few months of her life she was u constant sufferer in lovingfriendsShe was a true devoted Christian and now passes to the just reward of a wellspent life on earth No higher eulogy can be said of any woman than that she was a true a devoted mother and a consistent Chris Ian STEPHEN A GABBARD j THE HOME TRAINING TO WORK I PREVENTS CRIME- What percent of the prisoner in dor your care have received anv mat mil training beyond some ucqiminl ance with tinning T a Norther man asked a warden ofmm Souther penitentiaryNot per cent replied the warden lave you no mechanic in prison 7 Only one mechanic that is Olin man who claims to ho a house painterHave you soy shoemakers asked the visitor Never had a shoemaker Have you any tailors f Never had a tailor Any printers Never hall a printer Any carpenters f Never had a man in this piinoi that could draw a straight line These facts says the writer ill the Worth American erica who tells the incident sent to shoo that manual training is almost in gcoda preventative of irim an vac cination of smallpox On earl The inference drawn by the writer in the North American Iteriew it strong but true Having lived tot SouthIlas comes enquiries like to the afore of wardens and officials of one Southern penitentiary I have no hesitation in endorsing the whole article Here in providing Manual Training for the youth of both sexes in wliert Berea College in doing a grand work Young people avail yourselven of tin opportunity parents encourage your children to learn useful occupations A skilled worker is rarely a mtniiict to HocietyD THE OLD MAN IIn olden times before thin loy of was wiser than tIll head of the family he addressed his sire as Fther III then days of high collars loud lIlCktililt cigarettes ho is known as the old mar If this lack of reverence studre ipect to time Matt who toils for his loved ones who knows of no sacrifice too great to bring comfort to the home whose back is toilbent and whoso brow hears the mark of a fierce conflict in the busy struggling world in order that he may bear house at nightfall in his tired arms the fruits of his labor for the benefit of his family is due to thoughtlessness on the part of the boy who is the object ofso much solicitude then it is time for the careless ones to stop and think If this apparent lack of re spect is due to social conditions something is radically wrong and a halt long enough for serious reline Lion is badly needed The young nan who doesnt manifest the high est regard for his father at all times has lost his self respect in a very large measure For the man who is worthy of being called father gives his best efforts to his boy He has that boys welfare continually close to his heart His great ambition is to see him become a noble honorable and generous man one who will make the world better for his having lived in it IThe highest compliment a young CIO pay himself in worldly lifuirs is to honor his father and mother ever giving them his tender est considerations If he fails in this duty memory like a clanking chain will mar thin pleasure of his Young man speak respectfully of and to your father It is the best evidence that you are a gentleman Lincoln III Time hn Music for School Exhibitions Columbia the Gem of the Ocean I ti Colum Ma the gem of the occun The homo of the I 2 When war rtKl its wilt dud o la tin And thrwitmiM Urn a Thslnr 111111 lian nerbrin hithur OVr Oo rumbas brave aiil the fret Tim shrine of such patriot vi tlon I land to ili1 form The irk then of frttslomufoumla tlon trut suns let it wave Slay the tralbllh j km won nov IT with vr A worM offirs horn to UHH Thg matitlatt mukn I Oo lumbidrules dethrthestunnltit6hergarlnndauf- Nor itll stars c etu shine on the brave May the scr vice u lit riKM o Mil UK Wlwn libtr t1 form tlaml Id I yin fryIi ruunJ hr Wfwn no lmuIIYlh twre her trove nit ed near m vr Hut t 001111111l1li vw view Thy tMln nr meke tyr an ny trrm blu I crew her rtiiK innid ly tladlug bo fore hr true The Na vyand Ar my for tV er borne by the red iUsad blue IWhenbout of the redrUa n4 blue Whun borne by the redlien and ckwn fur the Ot sWe ut blur i blue When tnirtie by tbto rwl white and blue The Xa ry awl I bluevKind Wprds Can Never Die wa1wa IllnwrawNIMt ivr Rluum A Mats I 1 Kind word ran iwverdin fln Wn bIt Gut liar k Itfij He 2 Chitdbood CUll aervr dio IIuhlHlJllut KluM ow U atrmtrj s Sweet tests east sever Jk Tho like Ue 1aa TIr WdkM kslay ttf i I Oar mauls can sever die Tbo in the tomb Wi may all bow to He I Nall T1 Lodged in the brash Likt AtMWi aw ft rkiM Said oer a tbomtawi timu Bright to toe tat lnll1 a happy thiHR Many a daisy spring Is wit try keen list WMM Uc p tie dew 6nu tks tku ebamu anew Wrapt in ita gloom liNt tko U1Mt decay SooU paM in peace away i 0 eaonee Go thru all 1M mid thaw TV heart to cheer Gil owl can never die floats on till1 ttwV end tar far away Childhood can never die With many an added hUt They I6again Sweet lkaican sever die- ILive thro eternal dav With Ckritt aboru Our soma can never die never die never rile Kind Nerds can never ills no never din- never die never die tblWhood can nnver die no nr die never die nev r die Sweet bks can never die no never die never die never die Our nouU can never lie no never die i FOREST FIRES- CAUTION So far this fall we have not sulTur ed much from Forest Fires Let us all ho on tho lookout to prevent damage in this direction this oar1 Everything is very dry leaves are and a small e111IORS HItYKiagainst presidential peril is which would follow a revival of genuine American love for fuirnwm decency and unsensational truthI n THE FESTIVAL TIME OF YEAR IS DRAWING NEAR and you will want to mane presents to your friends An invitation is extended you to visit mo in the Welch lunch mind inspect my stock o- fClocks Watches Fine Cutlery Brie a=Brae My stock is complete Rogers 1847 Wilvcrwnro twenty per cent lower than ever I un grave free any purchase made from in v store 1 1 you need spectacles cOllie to llIe EXAMINATION FREE = c c = = c T A ROBINSONIOPTICIAN AND JKWELER j Weloli BloCk Berea Ky I I IA MltHKAL OFFKK- Tho undersigned will give a frwi sainplo of ChamlMirlains Stomach mid Liver Tablets to tummy omit Jiflat hag a reliable rHinwdy for diHonlcl of till stomach biliousness or constipa tion This is a now remedy turdu good uric S E Welch Jr Cut this out mid lake it to S E Welch drs drug store and Kilt a i fro sample of Chamberlains Stoma phHIic stomach improve tho appetite asp regulate time bowel Regular sins 2rc per box I THE FARM tollltil liy 50 MAM N Prcifrmnr nl Marl vulva llvrrit College ADVICE ON DRESSING POULTRY Cunchuled Otxnl fill poultry will present a bot lor nppuaraneo wliiii ir picked Although utmost people think that dry picking m much morn difficult than when first weakling however when done properly thorn is little differ own Hang tho live hind up as in lust cane of scalding with legs pretty well spread iipurt Kill with a sharp pointed knit bcllttillg across the roofof tint mouth If thocut in innilo right it should bleed freely Now run Ills knife up into the brain of tlio hint thus paralving it and relaxing the muscles tint cuthints will then oonm out easily Hoforo going any fiirtlicr Itucha Hiiiallmnulhed pail well weighted down to the lower part of the fowls bill adjust the barrel and now strip olT the feathers UN qniekly MS pOHsiblo It in better for two people to work together so KM to finish cadi bird in tho shortest put ihlo space of time If ono IH slow part of tIll feathers may become set lull then cannot Ixt removed without tearing the skin Should one INI HO unfortunate ax lo tear the skin ufII thread fowl sow up with newllo nod white 1IIli t advantage to have a room for that purpose A leanto to the lieu house will naturally be must convunionl If this is furuiHhed withII skylight ell the Ixttor It should lilt light mid largo enough to fiHullieillut riKiin for a stove to warm tIll room as well MM to keep the water lint for caldintr or other purpostM This floor hhonld be smooth and tight A scantling should be put across the room at a convenient height with n Few spikes driven in to hung the birds while droning another outs or two along the sides to hsngthodrosu Ill poultry to let tool and to wash mads and mouths During the greater part of the sea en this room may lx UNed for storing Wd chicken coops etc the stove will lit handy for boiling up Ktato s md other vegetabhw for the fowls etc F UKKINKN in 7fif llrljiful lieu No farmer can exx ctlo lit sticesesM ridwith poultry unless ho known whAt he is doling He may bit gum jug or lo ing according to cirrum tancesand if the exact condition of fairs could be known it would lervo to guard against mistaken or tit in increasing receipts daffy armor and poultryman should keep in exact account of every dollar ex tended and received My so doing tilt hens will show what they ImvJ lone for every nook nod mouth ill till year null tint prices will partially liable ont to know what th mnrkut nay bo for thin corresponding period lof lit next year It is much easier to keep an account with hens thou with the larger stack IIH there ore menially IlnilfIliptH ofeggs ivhich need only he counted tumid en I tertlwtmlhs thief fijod Gill boinoiisured ill bulk and fllout until it is con turned If farmers would keep strict tccount of fowls they would IKI stir pritIdlit the profit derived in proportion to the capital invented mind there ill no better time to Ixgin than ivhiin the new your is just beginning The accounts could lw kept by one of the younger momlMirs of thu lun- ilyciirn and Firethle WANTED tapable ffllnblf iwrwiu miVery minly U reiirrMiil large nlmpany of alit flnin clal nlIlAl nil tWi alary Iter year iwyitbla weekly glperiUy Iwnlutiljr acre cud nil fXolI- sea straight tMawade definite MtUry no roni f111IIIlt1l1e e lOthlC XII DKiHMiKN HT CHICKMI BEREA COLLEGEFounded I Places the Best Education in Reach of All Over JJO Teuchors 8OO Htiulonts from 2O States Larges College Library lu Kentucky NO SALOONS J Trade HchoolH Carpentry Printing Uousework Nursing two yeaj Model HchoolH General Education and fitting for advanced cotirefl For those sufficiently advanced to yet u teacher certificate 1 Applied Hclenco Tivo years course with Agriculture for young rnul and Domestic Science for young ladies I Normal Course Two years with practice teaching M Academy OourHe Four years fitting for College for business a College CourHO Literary Philosophical Classical for ii Music Reed Organ Choral free Vocal Piano Theory We are hors to help all who will help themselves toward n Christian edu cation Our instruction is a free gift Students pay a small incidental fee to meet expenses of the school apart from instruction and must also pay for board in advance Expenses for term 12 weeks may be brought within 12400 about IU to be paid in advance The school is endorsed by Baptists Congregationalist Disciples Method i ists Presbyterians and good people of all denominations- For information and friendly advice address the Secretary WILL O GAMBLE Ilorea Madison Oo1Ky