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Rev JOHN DOnWELl Manager will Nlr1 Milt r 6d11r Mud r rrnaldnalA5- 11rrrd ll o1411rrr Iona clu nr IUtJI I V0L III A Family Paper BI3RKA MADISON COtNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY NOVEMBER 7 1JOl Fifty cents n year J 20IIDEAS He who despises mnall gains is not likely lo have lurK oties A man who is stingy with his need corn will have a small crop When a man makes a fool of him roll generally dOM the job well In answer to the question Whal is Home Without n Newspaper mi exchangi says It is n place whetc hats art MulFc in the window panec where children are like young pigs the wife like n savage and the huH humid has a panorama of thu dismal swamp painted on his shirt front with tobacco juice Toe CITIZEN mikes oil his hat to nil iiiwly elected magistrates When a man is elected it it his duty to serve the interests of til the people those who voted for him and those who Toted ngaiiiHt him And it is till du ty of ul tho people to give him their good wishes and sup ort in perform ing the work of his othce TAKE NOTICES AwiLt CASK Pros Frost will preach next Sunday nt UJU pmL- UNH liiiANfii Rev Hogau with Gamble the singer will hold n meet lug next Friday night Hiiiin LICK Rev Hogan with Oamb the singer will hold it meet ing next Saturday lIiJhtiKIHIIY limn Rev Hognn with Gamble the ringer will hold n meet ing next Sunday morning nt II HKKCA Cniiuii ducal Pros Frost will preach nt Iin the morning mind Prof Raymond nt 7 at night UNstated be the Junior Choir The Il rea Lyceum Connie oilers live hplendid entertainments this win ter till lint coining Dec M Mrs IHHH GHrghill HewhcrW- IMTKIC IIUI FINN tviiii nrc u- Chrihtman mud New YwirV days are great COMMOUM ill Keren You will enjoy them mute here limn at home KIIHOATK Oil IMII llllMIMf- AH long an the unlive Mtr ngM d tint wople was iimlclnxl ngniiiHt iii Unlly lllltriiinitl people urutiUfMiTti Stntff Kenlurky lnlil leading siti in lint Hie fnnr turn cunlit win uitiimt the uil tritininii ill riiiy i itni nnv li another generation the Ken Itickt will certainly bt left behind by tI If well endnwtni but more aptly trmniMl competitors unleHN they mit i till noels of education with the emu courage wed self sacrifice with whirh they hays met the other dnngers and dillicultiiM of their development IHOK N S Siutnn 7ixor m AVii tiicky PROM THE WIDE WORLDI King LeoKildof Belgium ill about to visit the Inited Stales Ii Hung Chang a Premier of Chum is critically ill He had two hemorrhages Friday IN OUR OWN COUNTRY President Rooiovelt issued his first Thanksgiving proclamation Saturday The slay in set for Nov 28 11101 Forest fires throughout the section of West Virginia around Parkeisburg did immetihe damage lust week The Hoard of Naval Construction lists just recommended to Secretary Long the building of 10 more naval vessels of nil elites front battleships down to tug boatsC- OMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY The Moore fc Reed Syndicate ore to establish a tinplnte mill at Ash land The Smith Withers Oil and1e velopment Company of Whitely County is incorporated with a capital stock of 25000 James W Smith cashier of the Harris Sellers Hank and one of the best known bankers in Eastern Ken tuck lied Saturday aged 01 years The Hillman Land and Iron Com pun r of Paducah hUH been incor pomted Capital flXX000 They will develop the iron fields near Pa ducahISynod of Kentucky has decided to establish college for the higher edu cation of woolen Lexington and Dauville want it- t I THE CITIZEN BOYS WHO ARE IN EARNEST Tin CITIZIN is glad to show n few of th great tinny of noble young men who are in earnest to secure im education at Ik ren Some of these rtaI cart and determined lx ys will win distinction uw tho years go by We shall kop watch of thoir lOgl THE APPLIED SCIENCE COURSE IH the Bert for those who are not to Npiiul their lives as teachers and linvo not the time or moans for the longer counts This coiiri e gives the arts of prac tical life by which ople get on in the world nod makes good citizens and good home makers In this course students learn about the his tory and government of their coun try the care of health physiology nod hygiene book keeping letter writing drawing good reading lelo taint gardening and Ixianj sing CARPENTER SHOP This shop wax built by our own young mon Last year over thirty ftvo young men bought sets of tools and earned money in Berea by uiiriwuter work The first graduate froth this do partment secured employment at onto nt 250a day All the boys in thu A and B Gram mar Schools are taught how to take care of tools and how to use them in simple work T An Oil Fin ish- In this group we have beginning at the left Gram bury Mclntosh who walked to tiered from Breathitt Co t5 miles Clark and Jessie Hyl ton who walked from Knott Co 150 miles Arthur Flattery who walked front Owsloy Co 15 miles Archibald Fields who walked from Perry Co lug and other studio Besides these are the special studies rod HOYS roil OIRLS Sewing mid Dressmaking Cooking Care of the Sick Dairying Can you afford to lot your sou daughter miss such education as thisl THE o The young men in the Apprentice Course learn how to draw plans frame buildings make tables and fur niture etc and mire very soon able t earn good wages At the same time they study arithmetic and book keeping letter writing the history of our country and the other things which help to make a good citizen Why should not v w learn how t UPO tools A PortraitFREE nllKIlIuutI New One A portrait painted in twelve shades and colors by patent appliances that produce an Absolutely Accurate Likeness When we found out what they went wo know our customers would want thou and we have arranged to handle a limited number as girtH to our now mina old customers OIL FINISH is everlasting made from any photograph or tintype- ABSOLUTELY FREE FOR CASH TRADE Our otTer is one bust portrait free as soon as you trade amount represented on tickets being our solicitors who will call for your photographs and got full directions for making the same Lady dont fail to ask for coupons upon making each purchase they cost you nothi- ngBICKNELL EARLY Berea Ky IHMVV IIAKinVAlli AM IVVICM IallLIMrNTR IHCV GOODS CLOTHING HT COME AND SEt TUB SPECIMEN PORTRAITS AT OUR STORE 12f miles and Jackson Browning who walked from Leslie Co 75 miles to the station and came the other 75 miles on the cars This kind of determination wit win proverhI TRAINING FOR TEACHING This is the work of our Nc rmal De partment in charge of Prof Dins moro This department is famous for the ability of its instructors the thoroughness of its methods includ ing actual practiceteaching and the high grade certificates which are carriedoff by its students Prof DiiiRinore has a reputation which far Hiirpasses the boundaries of Kentucky Mm Putnam is known as an institute conductor in Ohio and West Virginia as well as in this Stater Mrs Hunting is one of the three or four hens teachers of arithmetic in America Prof Carnahau formerly in charge of the Normal Department at London is ono of the beNtknown mind popular iurtnnte conductors in Ken tacky and oi e of the best represent atives of the mountain people Miss Schunmker is a graduate of the Nor mat School of Pennsylvania nud the well known institution ut Lebanon O Besides these regulai normal in structors the normal students have the benefit of others like Dr Mayo of Washington D C who gives a course of lectures annually and Prof Itaymoud Mrs Yocum and other College and Academy teachers Any young teacher makes a grad uIState certificate Dr H K Hiude of the M K Church said in a memorial address Let us shoot to death with the hal lot these saloons nil over our Christian hatchlingvices that tend to undermine and de stroy us as people May God help un to do our duty Ed IRepair That Loom Homespun is coming into fashion again and our girls should keep up Collegeisof fireside industry which may bring manyhoOtPS We can pay for wellwoven linen HnsoyfiOIl to Sti Patent dyes not accepted old htshioned indigo preferred For information address JOSEPHINE A ROBINSON Homespun Exchange Berea KY An Independent Weekly Devotee to the Interests of INK HOMK FAHMV SCHOOL 50 CfNTS YEAH OUR 10 SUITS Have you seen them It will pay you to see them before buying your winter outfitEvery Fashionable Fabric la represented and they are trimmedand tailored in the latest style from top to bottom These suits fit bettor look better and wear better than suite made to order by cheap concerns in Chicago or New York that charge double the price Come to see them Our stock of Mens Shoes is the largest in Richmond and we save you 50 cents to SI on every pair Covington Banks Richmond Kentucky T C LOWRY ATTORNEYATLAWRichmond BUILDINGMAIN STREET Collections And Red Estate Socctaltv FOR SALE Two FineI 12 EACH At COLLEGE SHOP MEAT MARKET I have reopened the Meat Mar Ket on Main Street Fresh Meats Dressed Poultry and Vegetables ni SeasonM RAMSEY Berea Ky BETTER E Years in Richmond And out of the sets of teeth that have been made at my office if there is set or any sets that show any defects I will make a new set free Wo are making the best set of teeth in the world for 750 and if defects show in ire years we give you a new set free This applies to all the teeth have made or am going to make the best alloy fills in the world at 75 cents DR HOBSON Dentist Permanently located in the Hobsor Building nest door to Gov eminent Building Richmond Kentucky Reference Richmond National Hank Special Price to Students The Ideal INVEST Realty WITHIREERYEIThan any other company doing uatness i he State Those seeking honest legitimate investments will receive our most cordial and thorough attention DR C E SMOOT MgrJCapital Stock S1OOOO HOME OFFICE RICHMOND KY FINE FURNITURE SALE It will be to your interest to inspect our stock before your buy We have the goods and will certainly meet your views as to prices Hardwood Oak and Mahogany Bedroom Suites Iron Beds and Couches at special bargain prices during the month Everything in the Furniture Line Great Sale on Carpets and Rugs for Cash We invite all our Boroa Friends and all Citizen subscribers to call and inspect before making purchase- sUNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY Day Phone 73 Night Phone 66 E all one JO S JOPLIN Richmond Ky I= = OQ r Fall and Winter mlIIw Three ANTICIPATE today our wants and needs for tomorrow AvnciPATB in the Fall our wants in Shoes and Furnish ing Goods We have AVTIIIPATKU vjur wants and are ready to supply then from a large and complete stoatvMons and Boys Shoos Heavy Boots Rootoes Felt i and Rubber Boots Undorwonr Neckwear Socks Gloves Hats Caps Umbrollas Rain Coats fandDOUGLAS CRUTCHER 207 West Main Street RICHMOND KY Ift Mr Geo W Pow is our BEREA AGENT and has a line of our y samples Goods can be had of him at the same price as charged in Our Store at Richmond I THE CITIZEN A Weekly Newspaper BEREA KENTUCKY BEREA COLLEGE AND THE NEGRO Thuro luis heed so much misumler stuudii g if not misrepresentation besides curiosity regarding the position of Bemn College towards people of color that it may be well to give a briefstatement of facts First Berea was founded before the Civil War and bad a large attendance of white students The first colored students were received in 1SG5 The colored constitute a small minority in the school There has never been any occasion for lowering the standard of scholarship to adapt it to them Second Bereu is not in any way peculiar in this matter On the contrary any school of high grade which excludes the Negro is peculiar Harvard the oldest college in Amer ica admits Negroes Yale which has just celebrated its 1200th anniversary iidinitHNiyroes Chicago University the most rapidly growing institution in the United States admits Negroes Columbia the richest institution in the United States admits Negroes The same is true of all the greater State universities The President of the largest Methodist school in the world recently wrote If Berea College IIlIf1 fers in any degree because of its Christian principles on this point I hope it is receiving full compensation and more for such loss in the gain of esteem and respect in the minds of the nobler and better public that knows and honors its record Third it is a platter of Christian principle with all these great institu tions to treat a colored man exactly as they would treat a white man of the same character Please notice that each man ought to be treated according to what he has made of himself If he is dirty or immoral white or bluck he is to be condemn ed if he has made himself honorable and respectable he should be respect ed WII should not despise or discourage a nine because he is lame or because he is black Queen Victoria and President Roosevelt represent the two greatest nations of the world in acting on this principle Fourth in fact a true Christian will take pains to help andencourage any man who is lame or black or who has any other misfortune for which he is not to blame Jesus Christ taught us trial He cares for all unfor tunates Inasmuch as ye have done it unto one of the least of these my brethren ye have done it unto me he says He stood up for the despis ed Samaritans and it is for his sake that Berea ministers to those who are despised in our time Fifth the Negro has abundantly earned recognition as a man His mind develops under education and even untrained often shows large ability His fidelity to his masters family in the Civil War showed his goodness of heart and his services in SpanishWarismSixth this does not menu that weII should favor intermarriage It seems strange to us that so many people bring that up We do not favor intermarriage with any other race the pxampleWovirtue and there have been fewer mu latto children horn in the region which Berea influences than in any other part of the South Seventh tho course which Berea has purtied for so many years has greatly benefited the whole Common wealth TIll school has been ofa strictly high grade Evidences of good moral character have been re quired from every person admitted Negroes have been encouraged to im prove themselves and taught pelfre spect The colored schools have been improved White people have been projudicebeen promoted And none of the predictpdhllrerail at Berea but when one asks them what the fruits have been they can only stythat Berea has done good to uguinRtBerearegion once cursed by human slavery and among people who have never traveled beyond their own narrow horizon but that prejudice has almost awayEighth are the princi plea held by nil the teachers at Berea we do not require every student to see things exactly in this way No one can object to working in the same class with n colored boy more than to working in tho same field with him It is a rare thing for a colored student to be obtrusive or a white student overhearing and one who is thoughtless in such ways soon learns better Whito and coloredstudents never room together and there is no social compuliion Each student is free to select his own company Bereas way is sensible and Chris tian and it is the way approved by the great majority of the best people in the world LOCAL AND PERSONAL I Mrs Lydia Covlo is quite ill ILeon Lewis is visiting his parsons tlas Bicknell was at Richmond Monday Willie Peters came from Hamilton Ohio to vote Albert Reynolds of Booneville is visiting iu Borea T G Pasco came home from Gum berland Gap to vote Miss Hattie Liiino is the giuwt of the Misses Bratcher Miss May Richardson entertained n Halloween party Mrs Donahay left Monday for her house in Toledo Ohio The College Boarding Hall is un usually full and popular this full Sam Mason hits purchased the A T Robinson farm near Walhicetou Miss China Coyle of Jackson County is her with her grandmother Brother It H Hogan weighs 213 pounds according to the meat market scales Mrs Lizzie Dargavel of Lexing ton is visiting her mother Mrs Gin da linker Prof C Hex ford Raymond fame iu from an extended mountain trip Tuesday hasIed Monday lr Burgess has gout out on a mountain trip He will be gone a weekor more J W Hoskius sold his starkof dry goods to Geo W P urkey who has moved it to Disputmita Mr lleurv L Northern of Scaffold Cane gave Brother Dodwell winter pear which weighed 2l oUllcesIP A Robiuson is to move back toj Main Street nUllwill occupy one side of Dr Cornelius drugstore Bert Ramipy was accidentally rerel11hurt hnrlsitiesuati team on the gridiron in Lin cola Field C C Rhodus will move from his present stand to the store on the c rI ner of Main St now occupied by B F Tankersley Mike Reynolds came in on Tuesday and ordered TilE CITIZEN to visit him weekly at Hamilton 0 He was here for the election Miss Mary Barker entertained number of friends at Ladies Hall Saturday evening it being the annl versary of her birth Every householder who has rooms to rent should apply to Treas Os borne office hours between chapel and dinner at OUCH Mr and Mrs Harry Prather of Richmond have been here on a visit to the parents of Mrs Frather Mr and Mrs H Golden Mrs Lou Hanson Mrs Hardiu Golden and Mrs Frank Hayes attended the State W C T U Coii vention at Paris last week Houses to rent for the Winter will soon he all taken Treas Osboruti- has a few for people who wish to sendI children to school J IVs Hoskms sold the Star Hotel and store to his son Green C Hos- kins B F Tankersley has rented the for one at a rental of SUi n 1I101lthIGeo W Camp who is teaching at Ml Vernon was here Tuesday Mr Camps school will close next Thurs day when he will go to Jenifer Ala to visit his parents Celery will do well here under proper culture Bro Dodwoll grew a small bed of it on Mr Kirbys plat on Center Street mind hits some stalks fully thirty inches long Nearly every room in both Howard and Ladies Hall is engaged for the Winter Term and students who apply will now be assigned rooms in the new buildings or in private houses HOG LosTA young sow color blackwith a few white spots remarks crop off right ear HUll tail cropped will weigh about life pounds A lib eral reward will be paid for the re turn of the hog by Fayette Siginou BereaMrs Southworth Miss South worth Miss Jenks Kenneth Alcott and Mrs Dodwoll spent Friday and Saturday on Clear Creek ht Mason Anglius the guests of MisH Nan Anglin They report it most enjoy able visit The V M C A week of prayer commences next Sunday night at 6 oclock The meetings will be held nightly iu Phi Delta Hull Plea v 1111IOUIour ushocintion and the college on Telephone Exuhiinge has been thoroughly overhauled nudII now switchboard over UK drops install ed long distance phones urn alii about town quite n number of new subscribers have been secured and in all probability Miss Etta Moore til be day operator There will be night service also A FREE PASS- Mr Bennett of Chicago is to give three of his superb lectures on travel illustrated by the best stereopticon pictures overseen in Boron A free lecture upon Egypt The Laud ofI Pharaoh Sunday night Nov followed by others on Switzerland The Mountain Republic timid Wash ington our Federal City The lee ture Sunday night is rrti A DEFINITE CONTRACT H1 IINothing estimated Nothing speculated Not words but deeds Every result guarantd thats what a policy in The MutualILife CompanyI of Kentucky IS Ned ttmtn shun n shall lot usher in urancu pollcl AUK SOT uu give r hosts COMPANY triala rollllallY ulthorrr H0u0t at lift over deen- ugdubirltm In mind that Iu olliln arc INVOXTKSTAIIIK Irnui Ial Jo- II1tIlk n over fall ur write II IOKTKH liiMrUl liitMi- tllcrrtIw hit kl og emI sul llrrra Kj J C IIKCK Ir ircUI lieill State hank nml Tru t Illilu Ulrliniiinil Kj IN For Representative IIQuilty Judge II Atty II Clerk Sheriff Jailer Assessor Coroner School Supt Surveyor Constable Setuey17Turpiu Cobb I1 Sa hands LLast winter nn infant child of mine tYIiIElderof Filley fuhI gave chumherlainlIlCougb covered This only cures croup hut when given an soon as the first ey appear will the attack It contains or other harmful substance and may be given as confidently to baby as to an adult For sale by S E Welch FIRES CAUTION So far this rill we have not suffer ed much from Forest Fires Let us mtuydlilllHgeEverything is very dry leaven are falling and a very SUM Hjtiirk may cause much 115 of property mid even amongleaves WILLIAM McKINLEY HIS LIFE AND WORK nv GKS IIUUK s OmisvrNOK President 11ft lung Krlen Com In war and Colleague In Ctingron Wax near hi Mlle with other crtHl men wntn tils eye were ilu ud inn ilealli rullowvil the liter to tie National Capltol and to Canton The lienoral rc ulna a 10111iFveryltdywillatrefit e KliKiuit IlioloKriiVun of Irolilcnt McKinley lat oldim taken In the White Houve You tii lly and quickly dcwrSllio 10IllfUVlManuKiT Send IJ rent tlamp for elPRant pro ccill Tuklnit In r0 order dally aiof copies vicinityAddrr THK CONTINENTAL Corcoran Hid Opii ASSIUIIILYI OFFICIAL RETURNS Town Election Tues Nov 5 toot tmilIClt JlIJR- John L Guy lMi vote EI Fish 72 Kill TOWS MARSHAL W J Tituni iW vote H Ilichunlson70 Iroa TOW TIUSTKUS rotestI111StephensI17 W It Oiibliiinl lOti T J OsbornI1 i R W Todd ttl L V Dodge S2 James Stigiill 7 1 Uiun ey liS I31 liriiiiiiitiiiiin its The full Uepulilican ticket was clivted MADISON COUNTY Monday wu coiiirty ct url duy null H hud till ilistiiution of being the diet btlore tbedectoo ttudof COIIIM the wholevutllyiuremI nut to liis 1ItillllpoIUd about WX liiinl of mill mi the mar krt at tluir sleek VHHI lUll prior- ranging from J 111 rents ihiru Item nlxuit the nuiiibxi rtporttd III ln limbry Mtrdj with prufis uboiil Itie some There WITH nboiit 2M mules mi tint markel nml prior nag d fiuiii SV toSUXI A iiiiinlHi el liniis wern citTerid hilt the market waM dull Iltiitityrtijih- In tilt Glade Magifteriiil District comHtsl of Hens Clay Lick null nniicaiinnn pncinctf Ifsw 11 LinisUiril was Htvtctl IIIIIgi01 mil In the fates Dist riot 1I nit losedo prldllobIIp to the hour of going to press u IIHVI not IHHMI able to get utlicial n tttriiN of time tlfttion in Miidino County IDnoiigli however isknowti to witifv till County hagou DtMiiocrittii It is nIXlrtlll that JIm C L Surcys iuwjurity over Mi Harris is lMtweu WlOand Th snaleHt majorities were those of slier ill and jailor The NiinnuiiM vre still trying to make converts among pcoplt who mi1 not postMl Writ TUB IITIZKS for full exKHiiro of tlnir dee 1itiuus OFFICIAL VOTE OF BEREA PRECINCT COUNTY ELECTION Magistrate Tovis lhh1-Jesse Wagers Lackey3SNoluml Wuger 3111 Hock li Evangelist wmedlIot uptoinn prevent no- opium a Jr- FOREST lroll llerrisIrisDlilliou Lilly Ifill HendrenWKt lid IMI- YYounghi Walker lli CIUMlIttr tliJ Pnrrinh ltiH LuushxdIG4IGahbsmdlo5 Program ithe Jackson County Sundayschool Convention to be held at McKee Satur day Nov 9 1901 51nmtSINIr- 9W Devotional Pxnctoo I Addttuof WeUoine Mr lim In2- rt Ile1uoP thin1015 Tuiuponry OritHiiliutlon and ItuhlrN 1o0 Spiritual Preparation ol TtaollerN add OfUivrn tune Gala W Kav 1010 l lle i Clilldlxmil arr J8 luli 1100 frlinury lwnrkIh MirJltkrl- lm My Ideal SiipfrliitendiMil Mr CL11r 1110 My MenlStrretar Mr Jolili Mtdliti li The Duty uf the IHrrnl to Ihr SuiwU oliool Item i O llnlronili- Intvrrolxlou1200 llntkut Dinner- ArTKUNOON 130 Song and 1rayrrServlee 110 reparation of tho lesson Mr LJtl M IM McmorlJlMK IHWe Vu Ir J C 1101 KvtiiRclbtlf Work In the luI 230 lie port from HuuitarrchnoU a10 Itcport of Commltlem 250 TIn Olio minute MIveclu 300 Sinning When the Roll IlwllNI ul Vender Hood inutile by quartets and chore Conw rain or ohillt llrlniriiotvlnKik mid imacll The Veher Wilson for sale by Bicknell tt Early Htill keeps its hare AT Ill E TOP To tin Ililillc Allow mu to city a fu nerds in praise of ClmtnbiirlHiiiN tough Rent- edy I hud u very HintTn coiiuli im cold and feared would gt pmn moniu but after taking thin seconi l dose of this medicine felt better three bottles cured mycold mid the pains in my chest disappmirud entire Ily am must ri prllllrllIIr for health KALPII S MKVEIIS Ill Thirty eventb St Wliwlinif W VH For Male by S E luhJr RAISING YOUNG TURKEYS A lVw Prnrllrnl 5iiuuri lon Prom n SiUcenKfnl llrrnler- illlistloli fiinfniiilliij i nd trv nilseri nt pressed II niitiiip my turkeys ns In riituiT lie iliniii rule of my young tlnrU r rir t or nil tin lirccdiTM iiinm h lualiliv arL vlgurolls mind well mniwl hlyd Without which you can only expect tmrctklr poalts I tin vi tinJchMI III yN hulk by lhltI11I auQ mukt1 Incas anll of unlit those with the lilllMinl multi iii irrow raster lint prefer the clilcl ili liiii IIH IIII clilrkiM nhvnVM Ilinit1 lioiin to roost maul the turkey nmtlM wlnrcvcr night owrakl lire Tin jwirlit are iiUvnvK tntuer with clileken niiilliiDi s n turkey Inn Is unsays shy wliiii with ilio you mg nml apt id cul lIvM 1t iilrroily wild Baton the vitiiijs liy her shyness and nnt linvlnti a Tiiilii platlu roost iMilitviiifs luiil Imlilts In tlif Hitilts Wliin tin Icons lire lmiiln l If by turkey nml slue nut enN remote Miultjt IIH swill lintrln lu gi re rain for lintililii Pgg hut If T 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IICLM Ii Mems in wlvit klml of f swi we Rive us liilic II rltli ill 1ie elMe IKK of uniwtli mul the eliliti krp- DI the right Ionlllllllnlil rant ve oiiilt in ftfil as imirli uf ii vtirlity IM p Mi1 run feeillnn my lnmiler rliik tliU Keiifon onitntal the IIr1 few ilnyx amid rims iriiininl welt nbiiit nit lelilli pnrt niilinnl iiirnl mlfil wiiti n little eiild water mul lots of till il Iwtfle1IPens hind sevinil him 11 liif Ti Ie iirs1 nml ilny iimkc in fni for dk If one In C111Irllllll1l la frI Ilinucll to eoll tpntf Iliriil Will lieiiM have to omit the iiitiiiial fur nil null II Is tin best root fur elilrk It toe expelldlve fold for even the Illk niter I dnya old 11dwno IOIii- er hens eat more damn till ililrki Kcneriillyhat fed bread sonkiil In WH tre r milt wlien It could lie luid lltx- clinppiillug III liolled iKfc alilliiul III Iadno iniii at times for lie nrl few b iikod eoni OfiUrs iTiuulile- di ink III Poultry Monthly IMnrrnlhrra sever omit to keep recoril of time product of the poultry emu A uliotv Illli uf wlinl Is ilnllf late Istir to ke converts tu poultry Ueeplnu I hove the door of eury polllty laiiiixi Hlionld he written this inottn Itlllly Is the HCliJice mid bean y she art of poultry ralHliiK Every ioiiltryiiiiin can pruvhli Klmdi fur Ills ldrd even If lie inn do no In trr limn to ilint Riililloweix It In i snlutely niiessnry for yiuins clilcU tu have n cool Hliclter from tin1 lint mN of the Kim fie itilotly among the fowls nod you will succeed better with the VOIUIK eeks Tile qilllt liell Will IliitHl lnttel nod make u better mother Some says ivo me the hen Unit wilt III f r her ehlikw lnit not so She vlll null iilut mid trample tier own In her ev liiiieiit keep ihe hen quiet If you would raise waxy chick LIQUOR TRADE STATISTICS An velar of PlKUrr That abuntil Ini t lroiluell a uf riiiiuuhl Analyzing datu ivlnllnu to tin Mino- thnsluasI11e Torn lieu says There are tl1Ii1I iersoiiH holding lli uses granted hy the Mlnles of Iln1 Iviled StllliH to sell spifllllolH liquors mi Increave from lliTtiNil on liii IMiii In nddltlon to these there 1lT pelMills licensed to sell null llq tue11113 an Increase orII fnun ilic pn viuiis year making n totiit of rMi 111 liquor deniers III the Iliilii 0111 as IIL1 more than IMiS There mi II1M pel liix Ileensd hot tll il rs liCili hrewern mid UNI us t Hir milking a total of LliniS lleilise uranled fur the mmiiifneliire mid SJIH of liquor Il Is fair to esthmitc that at all tlnie persons are employed undei CM Miluse This Is undoubtedly St1II nvermie lniiiu e some of In vers nod dlMtlllers employ siv II ili lanad a but even ai that rr- tlue are less tllllll ill persons ell uiiLiil In IIII mmiufneiiiie mid nloHr Il i ihf III tile Illlted Staled Isllinill Ilic the iHipiilatliin nf the countlt T tits world muka na mites Ir m Ilgmlor seller to every III of tin 11tllIltlolI 1nrliu the last yenrJVnMNll hush 11IIr cniln and ItiMSI8 inillniix t tin daNses were used rill tin1 inminfiu 110 uf ittnr III this country priihiiHil 1OTlilStlM pilloiiK uf Npli l nnl liriTsiM cnlloni of runs iiiuklnc n 1111nr K tJ7ril iS KIlllotlD THE BASEST OUTLAW i r bang t1nrd from tllrhtMNN Iliiiernil UK the saluuu The 11thhlIlIlhrlllllllll IdvnemiI its der Ilia title A Irotectitl 11011111111 nift upon the eternal mind Inevltiihlt Inti lexlievx of the naliHin mul point li Ihr oiiilirrdk at ttvimixi rceiiitly ft liiiniiluc its iiNsertloiiK It xityn TIN liquor trnltlt U the liaxiHt ontluv evi 1111 Ill in u olvllinil country i mien up n eliiuM of men who cons lei In IIM vit ameiinlile to no null and jiMtlflitl In rwMlKtliic even li vi lent iiiethoiU nil ntlcinils lu rt rMi then III ilieir unlawful opiTittlon thud tier aria dynitmlte out nlges lmli Inc iii lilT molm mid other cTinniiii prnrllcm pro resorlii to whwir m liiupio are nwnle to enidleiite tl MI ItMin or Iteii lo ronBne II dele ille work to the limit of time tics toy community cnn hate n mii in ImiiiU try imderlnkliiK to eiifone piulilli lot nuns of the Itiior law No eoiiiinuiiliy will viiiutri to will the nuuiMcr unless xlruiii nut ftarUH clilniiii who eomii not Hiir live Iud iniMrty dear iintu llieii HlfiK oatiil reiidy to lend the wail t u ritk liillueiitbd men In every lit 1 iiiiy pivffr NKliil ijuiet tu tuimili nod would rnllMT let the MIIMHI like it umd wolf BO fret than to nnderlnke to cor ml It or iliMiiroy It WlilL Dur Jim Kill lUrlrrlH- A iKirtklllnr fiillney Is Hint lierUlnil liy nmny ns tu tilt eltlency of whlnky HI lirniidy as n irtrin killer when iidilil Ii water MIIMM to IllfiCled TIlt whisky nMiiined lo cterlllzc the wa ter and make It germ far Thin It In de Inrttl nliolulily untrue whisky will do nollillii of the kind It Is qillle iirtaln that inlcrolMs mitts live mid ilirhe In till ordinary mixed drink of whliky nml wnter the iiveruce anioiint nf nliiihnl In n liiiiihlerful of whisky nod water In Hie proKirtlnn iiKiially alopifil iMiliiK tint limn than in or II IHT ient Itiicterliilokliiil liiveMll iitliiiis burr shOw a that most ciiHii air nut ulTeiied liy n liquid contnhilnu UJ IMT Lull f tihohol while their urrnsluud leg peas ant tiiiharniiil In SI per cent nlfiiot Aicoliullc drink thfiefori cniiiKl lit rcgnriled as effectuul dc ilroyerxof IJIcr5IslleIAslles Viiik A Ilrn Kop Knlhniliiini Never In the worlds history IIRK tint Uhjict of tenipermiee r etedso nillcli n il lsilsIhrNtlmi Work New inetliod lire he tug employed pod renter vliiorlett lire lieliitf aehlevisl Iuhlli1 Mlitlnienl N rUlny like n mighty tidal trans that ilireiilelis to sweep tile trilltli out of ex sieine Let us ily with now coiinice frch streiiKlh nod nhoniiillm eiithii IIM and solid the CIIIIKC forwmd with n sI tit spread our llteriilure plini new iint lliis follow tip every pelm f MIIHilite lNel Mplriled Itislttellt prHrllral lirllevlm Thin Is liudN work ami it ilinll triumph gloriously He not slow tier fit tlilrss our fearful nor MHlecji Let not the enemy take you umiwnre Keep him on till tis ftUHlve Let your netloiiN outrun your wonUMlliinnUrr IrMnlr IlnrroiiniB TheMilvtmikei Sentinel Is III horlty for ihe Htiileiiient that the Infest liuin vni Ion In that ItIs time prlvnie reel deiiie liiirroom All the tlttniellve fill llUliillUN of Die best iii till up saloons nre adapted for this purpose mind the only noticeable dllTeience hetween time home harroom mod the ordlnaiy one Dial llielf Is no license on the wall of the f 111 IliotoKrnplis of this latest crentloii rill the worship of Cainliilniii lure published Legal nplnlun We cannot glint out of view till fact within the kllllwltIIIIr that till pnlillc heiilth the public mornls mid the piihlli wifely may he endan gel tl liy tin Kiiicrnl use of IntoNiiatliiK driiiUN nor the fuel estnldlslied liy slit tist is nccesKlhle to every one that Ils- edlshim paupeflHin mid crime preen lent In the country are III some decree nt least trncealde to this evil Untied States Supreme Court t linllelnl Vlevt of Mnlniin The beerhouse a nucleus of every iling thai criminal uud vloluus Judge TruvU THE MARKETS As IlllllKtl II NOHMAN kILIN- INNATI UATTII Common SIrrtl 17t HutclmrH llrl Iii Shipprs IW IJ 51- rtALvlsChuicAX r 0O IurgaOUunnhJLXu IX ion Common 1r li rilFiiir Kooil light fifiO rBO djSiiKKt1Joiiitiion to fiiir Ion III IiOtl iill LAMIW Good to choiciHjr II Common to fturJdO r WIIKAT No 2 HIII jl CHUN Xn 2 inixiHl OATS No 88 fl as UYK XII 2 W J rFLOUU Vintor paleulis r Jirl HIIC1IS at 81- 0hahlily280jjVista FKKI 17XC t mW HAY No 11itunthy1800 y wr Nil 10fiO W IIO0 No Clover 951 1 IOXI No 2 7LO SOl OOLTNV jlIIISpring TurknvK iI IllckNliCHili Friuli mitr liy Iti OOOSM HltlEU WII Hilltlll 7j kI tit No dry null 11 III Hull IIAit Shpklllli 5I TALLOW Prim city ti lS Oniinlrv Iy 61 1o Umviinhid medium combing It tWaning bung llt 11 Tub wiiiliid to rn 25 Fe ATM ens GIHMI new nearly white bl III to ntvlrmig311p Iy 111 Dnok colnrtxl Qf H- rChkI hIt III quills IS Turktv holly dui 11Ia IS n Necessary Expenses for Twelve Weeks School IVcomi who hiuirtl lltpmnHviK mH ri4much lltlh Ihrrewtw S living eii II ma so lase IllUt extra NMtMf fur lt Pow IMIkaIHII4 ICIA4tIIN Hilt Itit nr v 1I1 IMS It switr wl I1cITi pay UIt nrt nay Null4r 4h KhlrNtPNl I IIAI4 r IUII Ifl z tnnk1IbtlNe1NYSt tw ri llMIMxl DIrra1 II ItoH 1Intdin Unit at MilMUry N Klnl tI 5 b I1lUniiiiifliK al lo Ikotn W l4 llfXlnnllicftl Mn II la- k71 lt7f 1II1tt iHMtllol Tillnl 1111 Vrrk xT 7A 47 Kiir tklMltuw immiHir ilt iiiM the n b took and Ji nun misIArnha1 fee mulcting lotnlonlr 1173 When lour girl riMiiu Uivvlhor rurji II norm and tiurtnnre Oil lnrl linVliiE the loU iinly M4I7A ItrliKxxl below llrnlntnnr- hlirl will more In MnHf and W vii 11IiIrIIlIINIII Ton lixMilnfiir lioiiH kn iiii wllli Uivc rli mi luiulljr rrliUtl fur rum tllo ft a trnn The irlrr of n hlat RlfR Illllr INU bar urn few huurpui Ixtiliiittr will clvftn Icriu of Mliiml Mlilrli will 11111 ane- hair llfp fur Hit lrllir e Ono person out of every 7IW in Mkrhignu iN purHtiin a collpginto Hlucatioii either in their own or out nidti colleges or univorHitieH lumped n Lc it Puiiny Nut The littli iliinjhter of Ir1 N Iowell jumped iui invcrteil rake miiilo of ten penny nitilH mid thrust on IIIIiIIentiivlv through her foo unit n second one half way throught liiimlierliiinn Pal Uiilin vn promplly npplied lull live niinntoH Inter tit piiin Imil disapp0ureduud more tftriiigRlls experit iUT l tim tllI1I the child MIH wearing IIII lihol iiHiml anil w th absolutely iIiMroinfnrt Mr Powell II well known menhunt of Iorklniul 11- 1Pain Biilii is mi antiseptic anil heals Much injuriis without maturation and in one third the time required by tin iHiiiil truiitment For HHO by S E Welch Jr 50 YEARS- EXPERIENCE r TRADE MARKS DESIGNS CopvniciiTS c Anynnn Iendtnr kllrhAIII o1rrlIon maT urlnll nor UIIIII m allluretfnu ralNNly pal rdnble ImmimlwI- InG tCI1T IlItIIIII111I01I nu Ialrntl ententelhrnIfIenl mein wlhnat CAtO In th- asczl is Jim riana hAlldrrllllltA1 weekty Irrod dr- mnatlrudariiMenttnn noon Termstxa nowndaalarat h THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON VI FOURTH QUARTER INTERI NATIONAL SERIES NOV Trtl nf the lriion Is IM Mcm iiir Vrrnrn II lUCinlilrii Trtt II Ctiiiiiiirnlnry Irrpurnl tf llrv II M Slearnn IIh by Amerlcin Irn Anoclillnn nv these me the nuniif nf llie- tlillilren of I ruol which ciinir inln HlfMt He Itdl them Into lgyp kiiiiu big tut It would liu fur them it UIIIIM uf HIKKI an Iron furnure Driit h ill Ii IJi IIv foresaw Lvtrylliliii inn Inli- lAliKui lint hl Ntcil gliunlil Le iilllirteil- In ii iniiiito laud Uiti xv Ill HI and Hint flerwiinl He would lirliiB then nit IIIIil ihein that He limy how Ills inivl pnwir that people tally knnw the Iniliil r the laid Hint It U mighty 1111 way irteeice Him Joshua Iv limits Itii 1k II Kins xlx li The of iialiu8 throiiKhout the Ililile- us think of our IxjrdH word in li To in Iuke x that tliiy xlinul- ilinj rnlhiT that their tinnier were S in heaven than In bring alile tnih unliilrrw Tie Ilihle coiltiitlK the null i nf Illlll nIl Wlll 11 ieiiie- ill liie Ijlllllis bulk nf life hllM nlily ihe- iiflinr of bone reOeciiKd hy III hlu1 fits HI IT xx xlll iiI lliiiii mi wlm hear Him tniy KiMr 4t- oar have reileomeil Ihee I have eiilleil ill f thy inline Thou art Mine iln Iii IL- TinHe lire the nainen nf the II Ir limiih Iimpph wlioiii Cud gore to li The order In whlrh there ininiei mi vm vnrliM greatly lltre the tirsl iv in Leah notm Henjainin wll- h1Iph were given to Itnehel The lint- ii Aere lilven to lllllinli nud ilmli lie iMihlh uf Itaihel and laah Ve uui- strdzo IHIII i everywhere lu Srrlptlire lilii IH Jiifnli iifrwiimlly or the de- ii mis of Jnruti through IhIIUII Vn ors Imve tiny right to the imtne A vrij iiltfti linuor yet nwnltH then lnn i Ii ihelr anon tire to lie written n Ihr Bnten of nurlof thIWIn item Rev xxl 12 JD nut by vlr n Hity niirlt In them tint only by it It IhrM In whiim nlnne culvn- n The nlKnlOcnnce of thei e name ae in illil In the inarKln nf Jen xxII aid xx ItttllMu Me n Slimon hirer inc Irfvl jollied Judah prnNe Ina ili her elinliin dwelllni Iteiijamln MIII t tic right hnnd Ixxxv ISi Han jiutitiic Naphtall wresllluic led a tnxii Antler happy which pampnrnoed mi lend thlnklni of ChriM and our rvlniMii to seventy MinU Oimpare lent 1 Cell xlvl tI 17 where Jaixth nisi1nIqh rind his two nous added to lIIlndIMlmiii the earth wan divided acmrdliiK to ill number of the children of Israel lent xxxll SI and IIIot the other 70 lulinm Ihe lelrIsent forth Luke x lulu every city and place whither He would rotor I1 Abraham Inane Jamb 1111111Ihii And Joseph diet null nil big breth nn and all that c nerntlon All who iliiil III Joseph did with n tine faith In iml ilnl reliance iixm the Brent nacrificf Cursitu cnineil by their dying and a Krenter gain nuults them at the rvHiir riHilin of the Just Phil 21 J3 Luke sit 11 Her xx III To n child of Cod lint from the hotly mean present with the Lord and three U no funeral or rare for till redeemed And tin children of brute were fruit nud Increnned abundntitly end iniiliilif nnd waxed excieillm mlthty ami he laud wan filled with them God lull iild to Jacob when hi wan leaving Imimih Fear nut to go down to Kcypt fin wilt there make of thee n great ni tlnn Hen xlrl 31 end nil ills pnuulrct an me for He In till Jod of Truth or Ilroily the Cod Inter lira Ixv 10 110 lilesslug of till I ord wan them unit that everything fnr toll without that ifixiiiiplljliea nothing but that with unit toil muketh rich Indeed Prnr L 2 IL V Stl Now there arose up n new king 1unpllNrtthrfur be talked nlMiut dcnllng wisely within nii that they might not multiply niil lie did liin beet by taikuinitrrK who Ij1 them with heavy burdenx tot p them from multiplying but the the1lIlhlll11lInl bringcth the counsel nf the tieiiiben to naught lie makelh the dp 0ut the IJlIof none effiHt 1t- txxiii 10 11 II lint the more they nfllicled them the more they innltlplleil and grew and ilj were grieved because of the dill lien of Urnel Every purpose of the lil shall be performed and He nays work nnd who shall let or hinder ilV 011 2t Ua xllll 131 The Lord q llists hnth worn Hiiylng Surely an Imte thought Khali It come to gelis ve purposed to shall It stand lii xlv Ill TIll enemies of Orel may IhIII hIM and gird themselves riiunsol together but It shall 1Inltnnlight and they Hhall be broken ten vIII 0 10 Glade to tads with rigor made iiiii with hnrd bondage there lire iitnte it m Ilimrrnlug the life which the Iv itniliH eaiised the Israelites to live vet under u lift like that they prospered prosperitydlint if oils presence nnd blessing III the trlnl Dnvld persecuted ont lleeing for prosperouabatpiipered in the lions den nnd In the liiry furtince hot their enemies did not tonyln hich U common to too and God Is faithful who will not suffer us to be tried ill ive that we urn able hut will with the trial mnke n way of cscnpe thnt we may In able to hear It I Cor x 13 Those o me not tit children of God often Inn hwr In this world and have compara tively few trials These are the ungod ly who prosper In the world They In rrensc In riches they lire not In trouble other men neither are they like other men Is Uxlll 5 121 1111111IItlI we tutu our lmckn on tie prince world then he will seek to make us knnw lilt hntred nod we shall find ennliiitinn with the world the flesh andi the devil often very severe It will seem n hind botidnge and our lives may be niiide very bitter hut He will deliver In HU time and meanwhile ilt at Bras YOUR POSTMASTERIn HKunt for THE CITIZEN live FIFTY CENTS anil he will Hund it to UH and wo will bend you The Ntmteat CleaiiiHt Newuv NeHiHper you ever read fifty two one each week for ye- arMALCOM KIRK- A Tal of oral Heroism InOrercomlnir the World By OHABLEB L SHELDOWI Aorf In IIU Stipt Onif ollMIifJJ Stnmu Hobert Manly Sewn Zxiy lOBpTrtcbt IIU by tM Advisor PibtUhloc O- blnther cried Faith and the next minute she was lu his arms nolililng and extliilmltiK Then clue stepped hack a little inhumed of her sudden outburst as the reineinbereil the presence of the two men behind her hot xhe kept hold of MiilrninH hued ninl drew him Into the iiillo lliiv did you ooine here fntlier 1Ye Imil no Idea 1I1i nut u long story my 11lIrI said 1111IM r n long time tdmi1 nnw you on the deck of thnt Htenmer Mnlioin pnlni IIcl to the picture and still Ills great lirnwn eyes rested on Malcom Stiinley who woe Htnndlng thori pale and ex filed Raleigh took Kirks bund and xlmnk It heartily fie then tnrniil iiilckly to Stanley Yon ought to know this gent lcnuu Mr lark You met him before I did Kirk stepjMd toward Stanley Itoth then were deeply moved Yon were with my mother when she dlwl Mr lrkIInlll Stanley In a voice that trembliil a little we were Ittissluns we would em IIIt each other now crleil Mnlcom Kirk but you art an Kngllshmnn and nin an American Htippost e Imiidsliuke the nearest we ciin get to It AN he wild It he grnsped Stanleys big palm which went out to meet his end Italelgh wild afterward he wits mire he heard the bolies snap but nei ther man winced The heart goes with It wild Mai cute Stanley admiring Kirk out of his honest face with a loving look Kirk drew back a little and gazed at the stalwart young figure Then he glanced at the painting I would not like to take the contract of hulling you In my arms stow I did then Hut I remember you were a very good buby So hi Is now said Knlclgh who lulu turned tilt fate toward tin easel to lililu tilt emotion That made Iulth laugh and the rest Joined her anti the tension of feeling broke and they all grew more at ease For several minutes iiicstloiiH and our MWITN Hew fast In the now darkening studio Father you niUNt give an account of yourself The rest of us know how we came to be here nut your prcHenee II a inyNtery said Faith drawing up closer to him Well my dear It was your letter that brought inc My letterr Yes tie one you wrote Sunday Your toothier wan very anxious about you Yon did not mean to tell lint we read between the lines that you were having experiences as yon call livin Besides a chock came for one nf my stories that morning and felt the need of a little vacation and came on to Chicago to study the hired girl problem and other Mtclnlnglcnl ex Ilfrl III ell Fallli laughed Then the passel her baud over her fathers sleeve do bell VI you have gone and bought a new overcoat You arent golnc to be sick are you father Are you feeling all right In your mull Your mother mode me promise that I would get one as soon I trucked T7ir heart uor ulth It mitt Mnlcom Stanley the city said Malcom a little sheep ishly It 111111lIlIt sro Thai was the IVIINOII Wits hue getting around to the Fiiltons The train was delayed by un accident 11- 11Ilht dollars and a half muttered Faltli with some Indignation lint the thought of the father nnd Ids love for tier that bud brought him to the city softened her Indignation Slclung to him closet and the other men looked at father and daughter with great In terestHut how did you happen to know WIIN here asked Faith suddenly didnt lint when I called at the Fultiins Mr Stanley had just vine Mrs Fulton told mo who he was and confessed that she had no Idea that you were la Soy war coanecUd with t the story of Stanleys life She said liu told her he expd tel to be at the studio this ufternonu No one knew whet you had gone and I came down here to Mud htm Intending to go buck to the Fulton by the time you returned Its all simple enough Isnt It1 said Mnlcom Stanley thoughtfully Yes said Faith Then she slid denly remembered that she was a hired girl having a Thursday utter noon out- Father must he getting buck to the FnltiniN They cannot live without me Im thin down In your sociological notes on the hired girl problem that 00 winter how low lu the scale the hired girl may be nhe rPIIIIlit tlrst 11U1111Ilu the land Thais true Why Isnt there some way then to elevate and dignify the service I asked Muliom Kirk who seemed rudy to dlseiisN the problem seriously No no other we cowl ntop to re form the world right here It Is too late Do you watt your daughter to tlllletIam going back with you suld her father rising Then he turned toward Stanley who was looking a little anxiously at father and daughter Come Stanley Ill take the liberty of asking you to conic with Mrs Fulton sold you might return this evening anyway We havent had our talk out and I will be responsible for the ionseiiienceN of taking you out with us was planning to go said Stan ley looking relieved want to see Mr Fulton again on business lie did not say that he wanted to see Faith Come to think of It said Italelgh suddenly I pare an Invitation myself to lake dinner with the Fultons tonight airs Italelgh out of town and Fulton asked me to route out and talk over n new art design lie has re ceived for the cover of his mining journal lilt cried Faith lu some dismay do yon three big men realize that am the hired girl at the Fnllons Do you think I can possibly get a din nor ready at this time of the duty for such appetites as I sin sure you all rIThere wits n look of embarrassment on the faces of Italelgh and Stanley ton Malcom Kirk settled the matter by saying iI he took Faiths arm and led her out of the studio Dont be alarmed gentlemen will spenk for the dinner Faith can make a palatable dinner out nf rend and water III sows mysterious way null If everything rise Is wanting we can feast on the remarkable events of this afternoon So they went out laughing and talk lug and as they took a carriage fur Ki lls avenue the driver engaging to get then there before Ii oclock there was no more happy light hearted girl lu the great city than Faith lark CHAITEU XIX FAITH FINDS A MORE CONOKMIAI POSI TION That was the most remarkable com pang dinner that Mm Fulton ever knew III tier house Faith Insisted on going to work as It nothing unusual had happened Hy 7 oclock everything was ready and the company suit down Malcom Stanley rubbed his eyes several times as Faith collie lu and removed the various courses and served with a quiet dignity that wade UN Impression on every side Mrs Ful too wile visibly embarrassed by the fact that the girl who was In her kitchen her help was the daughter of Malcom Kirk who was the author of such stories III the uewspa ers Roy had discovered the authorship at once by asking him a leading ques tion and Mahout had not been able to conceal his Identity There was an unusual respect In the young gentle mans attitude toward the Kansas preacher n respect which however did not prevent him from eating the larger part of a dish nf preserves un observed during the general excite hunt of conversutluu- Malcom Kirk looked proudly at Faith every time she came Into the room and the fact that she wan there serving In household work did not disturb him or give him any false feeling of shame Krcn Mrs Fnltou had a vague dawn lug of the fact of nobility In service that hull been an unknown thing to her although she could not help feel lug astonished whenever she looked round the table and realized who her guests were After dinner was over Alice Insisted on going out to help Faith lieu tooth er did not rebuke her and Faith gratefully accepted her aid When the work was all done Mrs Fulton came Into the kitchen UIlUSUaIcourseyou- mutt come Into the parlor with us this evening You ought to have told me who you were IIperhllllll have not treated you just right I did not know Uont say anything about that inautn said Faith This experience hat been worth a good deal to me Im afraid Ive had tome unChrlstlnn thoughts about you You do not need to say anything about that wild Mrs Fulton hastily Then she added In a tone that made Faith feel that she had been thinking a good deal of Faiths efficient service We shall not know how to gel along without you You have quite spoiled for the average help Im glad If youve been pleased replied Faith and that wee all that was Mid then but the atmosphere between her and Mr Fulton bared up won dwtully That vwluf was not won foryottvu t by the FnttoUH The three guests had a good deal to say All of them hod stmt n good deal of the world and each trout Ills own point nf vivo wills a fascinating talker Mr and Mrs Fulton slit silent goal Intensely Iniir CNtcd Mr Fulton quite forgot hie business Interests for awhile Alice and Fnlth wit near together ninlllstcmd breathlessly to one or two stories Mal cool Stanley told vets nmdotly about some genuine adventures In the min lug UHlrlcot the African Transvaal Itoy who wits just beginning to de vour books In nniih the same manner all hI devoured pie ItIIII11 kis on his hands and his elbows on Ills knees You ituijht to have told me win 1011 were looking up at the three men vim rep resented so much that was heroic to him Hut perhaps the one pernou who Im pressed the whole company most deep ly was Malcom Kirk There was something modest yet manly so winsome In Its genuine ChrlNtlan sympathy lu his whole man ner that even Mrs Fulton was pro fondly moved by It I like that Mr Kirk she said to her husband that evening And that meant a good deal for her Malcom and Stanley remained that night at the Fultous at their urgent re quest and In the morning after break fast while Mr Fulton and Stanley were talking business In the library Faith mud her father held a conference iIn the parlor I had planned to take you hack home with me my dear said Mnlcom Hut Italelgh told me last night of Ids nit Miss Varney and said there was no doubt of your being able with his recommendation to secure a good position there We want to do what Is best In every way Your mother Is homesick for you too ell father I feel as If ought to stay In the city If I can really become a breadwinner Let me try It awhile at the studio and If fall then Ill come home nnd spend till rest of my days cooking for you nnd the boys How about your work here Faith Are you under promise to Mrs Fulton to stay any length 4f time No father lint think It would be no more thou fide for me to stay three or four weeks until Mrs Fulton has time to work In some one else IIIJloIIIII1whoalways guided by the strictest sense of fairness and honor Do what Is In the matter Hetter talk frankly wllhIMrs Fultou about your plans her feel that you are willing to IIln us- long as It Is right When Mrs Fulton came lu Malcom and Faith had a talk with her The result of It was that Faith promised to remain with Mrs Fulton anothei month Meanwhile she was to std Miss Vnrney nnd If arrangements could be wade she was to enter the studio at the end of the time of hei service at the Fultous Mrs Fulton was considerably surprised and a good deal pleased with the arrangement Il was a good deal more than she Und supposed Mullen Kirk or his dough trr would agree to do hilt she did nut know either of them as will as slie tilt afterward Malcom Kirk spent a Sunday In IIi cago and Faith hUll the great dcllslr of hearing him preach In the dllllI where she had gone to the evening service that eventful Sunday liefon They took tea with the pastor Ihat evening the next day Malcun started back to ConrllliIMalcom Stanley went with hllilIThere WIIH If the truth must be a secret disappointment lu the heart of the young Kngllsbmnu that Faith was out going home too Hut the two men said goodby cheerily to Faltli and were whirled out lulu the west while Faith went back to her work with u brute heart In spite of a little feeling of homesickness that crept over her at the sight of lie two stalwart figures on the platform of the receding train Her relations with the Fultons were decidedly different now SIll was care fill not to presume in the least on the change lu their thought of her and when Mrs Fultou asked ice that day If slit would lint sit down at till table with them she said she preferred nut to which was entirely true for Faith believed that It she was to serve the family as she ought at mealtimes she must be ready to do so In the must ef feet Ive ma nuer tad slit knew III could not do so If she ate with the rest Mrs Fulton was much relieved at Faiths notion lu that particular Il seemed to Faith however that when Sunday morning came and Alice asked her to come Into the family circle to prayers she to go and she did so quietly find enjoyed It When evening came Alice wanted to go to church with her and Mrs Fultou did not say anything The new order of things was unheard of but a girl whose family friends Included wen t dku Franclrf uulelgh and llIkd in ley was not an ordinary hired girl ami Mrs Fulton reasoned with herself accordingly Hut before that Sunday came faith and the artist had gone to see the fa mous lady photographer who had ui li en a liking to Faith in tho beginning Silt readily agreed to take Faith on trial at the end of the month and Faith went hull to her kitchen quite et ITO BE CONTINUED J NIn other words said Edward Blake yot mean that I will have to 1lc The stories written by Rev Charles M Sheldon teach lessons The les sons are apt to be timely and perti nent His 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 our readers We have purchased It and the first chapten will he printed coon BUY AND BUlLDTreamirer Osborne linn sereral fine building lots in different parts of the town for sale cheap to persons who desire to build and make a home in Beieti BUY THE N JIIGHT t bHm 1m t SEWING MACHINE Do not be deceived by those who ml vertlse a 6000 Sewing Machine for 92000 This of a machine eats be bought from us or any ofour dealers from 1500 to 1800 WE MAKE VARIETY IFHE NEW HOME IS THE BEST The Fetid determines tho strength 01 weakness of Tin Double Feed combined with otlut omlIW 11lrnire manufacture and prices lxTuruimnUusiuy THE NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE 60 Union Sq N Y Chicago III UlimM jii 3L Louis Mo De1latTexsul lnuuiw On UVI Ky Silver Plate that Wears Let us call your attention to our 1847IRogers Bros Triple plated Knives and Fork They are made to wear and co sidering the quality style and finii can make you a very low pri The knives are plated on the bi of steel and the forks on white nickel silver They sr guaranteed to give satisfaction tJ- the purchaser A full line of Spoons Sugar Shells Butter Knives etc in 184 goods always on hand Let u show them In you T A KOISINSON Optician and Jeweler Wt1I nlucb1 UertaKy A CORRESPONDENCE The Icjrtnntown aright Shade and IivliiB on vurrc pomlenn clime lu too late for publics tlon thU week It will appear nest weekE Madison County nrassficld Received too late for lat week Mr S C Bates whoso illness has been noted in these columns died Saturday night Oct 19 from the effects ofan operation which had been performed in the rain hope of relief The funeral services wen conducted by Rev D C Francis an Rev T H Broaddus after which hi remains were interred in the faulil burvingground A large circle of friends as well as a most devoted family mourn his loss Stephen C Bates was a Christian gentleman- Mr W D Logsdou has returned from Louisville where ho spent several selecting his tall stock of mer challltiseIMr J Speed Ogg has sold his farm sawmill and other property and expects to go to Beattyville to engage in the drygoods business MrC Parks has bought of Hon tC R Smith a valuable farm near this place Mr Will Simpson is preparing to buildsoon Jackson CountyII Kirby Knob Mrs C A Smith returned from New York Wednesday and reached McKee on Friday Mr George Rader attended Sun dayschool at this place last Sunday Miss Martha Click has returned from McKee She was accompanied by Miss Mary Baker who went on to her old home in The revivalat WallacetocI Sunday night Mrs John Reynolds of McKee visited her sister Mrs Hayes last weekMr Frank Hatfield went to Berea last week The Sundayschool Convention willn be hold at McKee next Saturday Everybody is invited especially thea teachers of the common schools of Jackson CoulltyIIThe party that went from here to East Pinnacle and Robe Mountain had a fine time They are indebtedI to Mr Robe and family many kindnesses One of Rev Standifera children was kicked by a horse last Sunday It is feared the child will die Mason County VIlUnysvllle Received too late last week There was an oratoricalcontest given at the M E Church Friday evening The winners were Johnh Wilson first prize and Ada tery second prize Prof T A Reed addressed the Plymouth Baptist Sundayschool Sunday morning Henry Jackson and Miss Amelia a Settina Small were united in the bonds of wedlock Thursday evening at the home of the bride on E Thirdd St Rev 0 A Nelson We wish for them a long happy life Mrs Mary F Oldham is indisposed he with rheumatism at her home on Front St elJamsS4herat his home in the East EndAThomas Stevens who has been ill for several days is very much improv ed Quito a number of Maysvilhans v took advantage of tho excursion tow the Queen City Sunday morning There will be Sundayschool the Bethel Baptist Church Sunday morn to ing Everybody is cordially invited Those having news to publish will by do woll to consult the Newspaper Syndicate of tho Fifth Street High School Everybody should take advantage of the good weather and send their children to school Owsley County Vincent The school at this placo in charge of S A Caudell is In fine condition Tho attendance is most excellental Several friends visited our school on FridayoRev W D Smith of in our school last week BereaVlslttuI THE CITIZEN BEREA KYNOVEMBER 1901 with a good practical address whichI was much appreciated Miss Lillie Isaacs favored ourI weekI Madison revival services at Travelers Rest A E Minter of Beattyvillo visited friends hero last week willimissGnbbnrd pastIaleanly everybody is done making molasses and sowing wheat Rev R L Brandenburg preached at the Grassy Branch Schoolhouse SundarIand Bottio Peudergrass of Coukling visited Miss Dora Moore of this placo Saturday and Sunday Thomas Minter of Boouoville visit ed his fatter R W Miutor at this place Monday- R W Bickuell of Booueville has rented Alfred Eversoles old store on Cow Creek and has put in a new stock of goods Abner Barker has purchased gristmill from a Mr Campbell for 500 Long may THE CITIZEN live and prosper with its goodreading A C Gabbard of Boonevillo visiting relatives at this place isII H H Rice of Buffalo has chased a farm from J11 Baker of this place for SSOO There is n now postoliice established at thn head of Indian Creek with Joseph Baker as postmaster The of tho olllco i3 Floyd Rockcastle County Rockford R Dc1 r was in Berea last week Mrs Martha Lutes is very ill R D Cook Jr and mother also Mr and Mrs Guinn were in Mt her last week Miss Dovie Kinnaird is visiting rel at Rockford this week Mrs J S Gadd was in Richmond ast week Mrs James Dalton wifand daughter Lola visited relatives Satur SundayI and wife visited friends in Madison County last week Mr T C Viars was in Berea fewT days ago Mrs A P Gadd is visiting herA parents near Berea this week Miss Slit Gaddof Elliston is home folks Mrs R D Cook Sr and daughter Mrs Burnett were in Wildio last Wednesday I Mr John Guiuu is repairing his A ouse for winter Dlsputantu The recent special meetings at Clear Creek resulted in 41 additions- to the church Miss Virginia Dox of Boston gave very interesting account of her ex perience among the Indians of the at the Wood Schoolhouse Fri ay night There was a good attend anceG W Purkey our merchant says will givo one years subscription to TILE CITIZEN for three dozen fresh Mr Purkoy is a hustler and lots of goods Mr Armstrong sold a work horso to Shepherd for Osnd gave Mr Shepherd 1250 for a wagon The teachers association at our schoolhouse Saturday was not well attended by teachers but hada good meeting anyhow Eight persons from Berea College were with us and contributed much the enjoyment of the occasion Mr Will C Gamble the singer assisted Mrs T J Osborne at the organ got some good singing out ol the people Mr Gamble took a picture- of the crowd after adjournment Brother Dad well of Tnt CITIZEN was with us again this week in the interests of tho paper TILE CITIZEN a great favorite with all who subscribe for it R E Short completed his work on Miss Grace Clarks house Friday last FOR SAL ETwentysix 20 of laud fivo 5 miles front Bo Bigulln the land Willsell us a wholo or lots Address W B JONES Paint Lick THE HOMEI TEACH THE CHILDREN VERSES Mothers und teachers can dJ noth ing butter for the little ones than to teach them good pieces of poetry and fjrplainjpeated by the teacher it will bo a pleasure to the child to learn it and it will do more than anything else toward making a good man or worn anIlt sure sore ItWtIjallweek wo shall have pieces for older children Pieces for BoysIQRANIIJttTlllilts fUlM- My grand tnothcr llvt on t IlIrlnIJUt twenty mites from town Shes sixtylire ynrrooldhesyl- ler iiauio Iirxn Iia llroun HIT farm Is very Inrp suit line Then meadow wind nnd lltld And orchard which all kind of IrnlU Mot plentifully yield Butter she churn and make nkv elnwe They are so busy If mother would slay with 11111IId like In do my shale go out with the dud tumble on the hay They put me upon the load And home we drive away go Into the pleasant field And Rather berrle bright Theyve many many thousand then rllIthe ilnlliK 10 ft sod f werl tit upon the uravy bank And bathe my little feet farmer would like to be They live r pli antly They must happy white tlrajr work SliiKliiK rheerfullj think Ml nave all that 111IAnd ani nil that ran And buysme each a ptpasant tarn When grow tips man IM MKVKIt INK TUIICeu Ill never tobap i It Is a tllthy wvtI put It In my woiith I11IIIelr little Robert RtM Why there wan Idle J rry JII IIItonly ten y ar 4il And thought It Made him bittIHed lull thl open UWIIAs II he had m sbaimi lied 1I1le the tavern diMir And tlwre hed ilo tie same He spent his Ulllt and money o i And made hub mitther 1IShe IMrl a worth man would e rnr From such worthless last Oh no Ill never unoke or chrw Tle very wrong Indwil lthurUthehmlthlt makes hell hrrath Said little Robert Kelt WHAT IS THAT MUTIIKH What that mother- The lark my child he morn has but Jut looked out and smiled When he clans from Isle humble grassy nest lId Is up and away with the dew on his brmst lId a hymn In his heart m you pure hrlcM- iplure To warble It out hi his Sstet ear Ever my child Is thy morns lIt lays Tuned like the IlIrkl to thy Makers pralM What Is that mother The dove my toll And that low iwttt vela like a whinNs moots Howlne out from her gentle brmst Constant and pure by that lonely nest the wave la poured from some crystal urn For her distant dear ones quick return Ever my son be thou like the dove In friendship as faithful constant In love What 1lhal mother The eagle boy 1roudly careering his courw with joy Firm on his mountain vigor relying Breasting the dark storm the red bolt defying His wing on the wind and eye on the clot Ilnswerves not a hair but tsars onward right Boy on may the eagles flight ever IhlneIOnwanl and upward and true to the line What la that mothercThe swan my He Is floating down from his native grove No loved one now no nestling nigh He Is floating down by hlmtelf to site 11I1C01Yet IIJSallUke This space has cenIIpurchased hyil T A ROBINSON Optician and Jeweler Berea Ky ExhibitionsIJEWELS 1It r1lrerniu JlIiII Itt Ihrrhddrruin IiiuAl IaetheirIhu lbttm ti II er rj lit 111IIU IllihrpsreenI all the Irildlie tile tI lit a ilnniT Aniln jwl prrli IIIIutrIendIll reh L h cF1NIIIIU r III likt the lm nf the mirlt ing III urt hl mNU lautaa Tin hallinn InlMrbinl MrlthlI11 trees jTHE SCHOOLI lulllnl bt J UIHn mi Ih ul Ihr m mel DeiHirtment HiTia sIte r CLOSING EXHIBITION OF THE DISTRICT SCHOOL It is of tin greatet Importunes to the children its wllII to their par lents and teachers thai the public schools this autumn should not he nl lowed to tlwindle out at tlttI hut that all thu children nhould lie kept interested mad at work up to the last dayThe best tiling to keep up the its terest nod put a crown on the work of the term is to get 111 Closing ls hi hit ion and Midi all exhiliition may itself he worth much us till term 1I1lOIIIIof tho term secondly it will in crease tho interest of trustees and parents in the work of education thirdly it will plant some beau tiful Hongs nnd poems Ill the heart of tho children Wo print this wltkII number of hvIIIr by little child run Wwill suggest something for the older ones mix week Any teacher can tile e each of the little children learn one of these beautiful pieces and it will be it blessing to tho child as long as it lives Dolls let these pieces ho re peated ill n siiag song tone Bi sure the child understands the piecenod brings out its tru meaning Pieces for Girls Tilt Mlllllrltel Oh there the squirrel anus l tMt That active little rover Sa how hewhltks his bushy uil Which shadow i hunt all over Sow view him Matiil un the ituiitfli To crack hl nuts at ens While blacklilnls sing and slocldovrs ii Amid the nclKhlxirltiK tnr NEW LYCEUM COURSE That the readers of Till Cmiux may know that a Lyceum Course is being provided for the people of He rea and vicinity as in recent years tho names and dates of entertainers are given thus early in the year It ill be observed tout tour of the five ollie during the winter term and the other very early in the spring term All but ono are non 10 thin place and no apology is needed for opening the course with so charming an enter tniner an Mrs Heecher Nights have secured which do out con lift other important gatherings It hojHHl that our friends will ovoid making otherIJpOilltlllntll tot thesn dates schedule Sat Dec 11 Mrs Isabel Gar hitl Beecher SIIIIjderMon Feb 10 Visa Katharine Eggleston Wed FebJti Keno IJ Wtillxmni Slit Mar 22 Ralph Ill rll1t o Tho first of the above though not in perfect voice whoa here before was adjudged one of till most entertain ng readers who ever visited BerellITho second is us giving a lecture full of grand thoughts and delivered with wonderful eta uellcoITho third in a reader who captivates her audiences whorover she goes Tho fourth hUH gained a national reputation for his discoveries in wiie loss telegraphy and his popular 0 Tho fifth is a humorist of humorists His lectures contain nuggets of tho solid gold of practical wisdom hunt they sparkle with wit and fun null satire Single admission to each enter tainment 2f cents treason tickets SlOO Children under VI 15 cents and 60 cents IL lih cuiinlni eUncr1 he msi are Ills merry spaikllin In yonder tiMel y the htiwV- Klrb rUM r hr ran spy And ihm he met much umtf alert Thin bHtlirH ur base NB lamb or kid Is hull light wllt ttf hxdaslic ouu craolllt Who showwl ihr little till the Nrl- iar narrow bale to MAm spend elK pfarantItmmer y IB laying op b r store Tb sparrow builds her chewer ex wool and hay awl mar Wh told her how to weave It bd And Uf the IWlfl ante Wbalaught Ihp busy bf tntty AminiK hr stnvMH flower lad lay hl ksti hany hy To eat In alitter hon TwaxkHl whoabowd then all thway tad gave their little skill And tacks chlMru II tky prey Tofc Ills holy will nil iinii sT11t- TrlukI IN ankle lilt 4rHow wooilrr what you are Iv bun the world to hick Lake a illadMHid lu the sky nhrn thv lurloua sun la e- twhn th KMW with dw la net Tin ysi abiiw yet lltU llhl Triuki tulnklr ali the nlcbl In tin dark blur skjr you irrp And i4i o llinHtvb tnjr curtain pr new yar user shut roar ffr Till the unlf Inthoik At your bright soil UH Sari light the Usreke lu Ihr dart Though know hot watt j u art TIklt twlnkl ttiilp Ut IITIIK illtlH Klllllllt ll udby laIlIkalIMMiwwhltc Illy beg- grey iinrtty dower that uroos Hurts a for fou- iteod bjr surrey bled awl l rc And uk fhb unr song Im IJJ tlle you stag to me All the summer Mly- Ikualh It little rill Tttat shivers hI Ih nritl UWVM that tail I1t1l1 lilll Cues yul Nith gold 1111 by to blab that mam tudrilludliaersandhw huh when wllltffs Kimr turns home early as you plrrw nn A MltKItAI OFF12K TIll undesigned will give a free 1111111of ChamberlninH Stomach old Liver Tablets to any out want ing a reliable remedy for disorders of that stomuch biliousness or constipa lion This IS a new icmody lIudII goad one S K Welch Jr Cut this out and take it to S K Welch Irs drug store std get a free sample of Chamberlains Stout ncli and Liver Tablets till bet phys ic They cleats and invigorate the stonmch improve the appetite and regulate the bowels Kegular size Ii5c per box rITHb FARMBd- ltell liy s e MAUN Irofewr nl llnrtl inltiirr llenii Coll DUCKS COMPARED WITH CHICKENS It a eoniiiiun sayiig that there is no profit in raising ducks for the tit theyyilion it little 111111III1IlIIpl to change graii tale 111et hr luring Minllrv it is luces vary In kenp 111111111 lirM poiinil nf 11111alliltI IIv bin hill1 till MT 0111 pnluul i being nreuluulutrll 11a0t k rp iilixv btciiii e iniil IitIIIU ezll In a tleulenl el IIh1 stns bat cdtuatly IIlItllr going WlIlItIr pea hod1tlrr ey- lutt hlllllh1 I6I IiI pounds liP P lrllllil tloiie III llie ep IIM ofa tttMlllll Htll lllll llf IIMI Ulietl the weed pi inn is gainitl two muml- iim t In kpl iilivi1 while tin linn p Mini is glowing ando on Tlii mi ro maintenance f tin IlIoj mill machinery no incoiisiiliriible- iiiitount of the whole cost of feeding an iiiiiiniil no matter u holder it boa iiilf Itiiiili chicken or duck until it old enough for tin table Coon iioiitlv the faster tilt creature grows the less time and ist mo net DSMiry to support the first fun pounds of flesh acquired while the aninml in reaching tho desired weight In oth er words vainly tnntiirity itMtm till to tin econouiiiitl raising of table fowls NOW wo him no domestic hind think limiting fsHtcr thnti ducks Their appetite so fur from hiring an objection in their great recommendation lhcyrut for good reason Iniiii nothing nothing comes Try the tiHirim int of rising chicken of the fastest growing breed you plon e ill tInnlll ynrd with ducks hatched the Maine day couiinon puddle ducks or blooded Olson either mid has lids spallth- ey will gut mill you will lintl that the ducks ineraaase in weight till fait est absolutely and the fastest in halt Portion to their weight when nu tUII1 Ill1I0t very oftei thai one in rid lug through the country meet tliiokh compared with the fre Uent npKwrttnco of teverid whr kind of fowl TIll reason pnitiiblv in thiit- tlinre Is It gtHoral feeling lmt luck reiiliie ffmxl illill ol wiilir mtl Clue t tie hall 11hl Illla in glen if yii hare it 1Iknit very clever at capturing sill kind ofcoep ing thing in the mud of slreum and turning hens into rush hut little witter will tto nearly ax well and t will go grubbing about on dry land Some breeder ore very MiceeMful m raising ducks with 11111II tubof witter set in till ground The bst viiriotias aro Iekiu Rouen or Aylen bury Thukill attains tilt great seat weight and liesidcs it content with very Hlender accommodations m the way of HWimmmg privileges Ink ing to muddy KKJS by preference Do not think of the cotnmoi diKk when you got these as thyHill renal till living weighof 1J pounds to tilt pair at but little mom cost than tin common dunk which weigh only twotliiiilH oj much nnd the former tire Iwsidos more Inlet Iud rouui much lesH Those ducks are fullya profitable an hens laud make it pleamuter variety in the farm nor rouudinjfHJ wrill1I Sloe 11 cnn INT6la raMbh ndlsblwan in arty comity Ui n nMiu UrKf rompahy nlxilli Ilimn rial pillxlliMi fill Mlnff pry year wyKlilr r kl II per iln nlmilutrly mirr and nil rlHii ace Nrtagllt Ixafld dehdle alsry tin yen iwluii MiUiy Ieldeah IIfA and raprher iiiiiiy mlviniiil mi work lNIIIiII- I aru IaaanHNt sail BEREA COLLEGE FoundedI Places the Best Education in Reach of All Over UO Touchers 8UU HtiiiloittN from 2U StutOH Largest College Llltrury In Kentucky NO HALUUNH Trade HclioolH Carpentry Printing Llousowork Nursing two yearn Model School General Education and fitting for ntlvaucxlcourses For hose sufficiently tulvanced In yet n tenctierf certificate Applied Science Two years course with Agriculture for young men and Domestic Science for young Indies Normal Course Two years with practice torching Academy COUTHO Four years lifting for College for buninoHH anti College GourHO Literary Philosophical Classical for life Aliinlc lieed Organ Choral free Vocal Pill no Theory We are here to help all who will help themselves toward n Christian adios cation Our instruction is a free gift Students pay a small incidental fee payfor12100 about 11 to ho pall in advance The school is endorsed by Baptist Con Disciples Method istfl Iro byt rianH and good people of all denominations For information and friendly advice address the Secretary WILL C GAMBLE a Iiere Madlsoii Co Ky I 1r