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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r KEY JOHN With Hirfog Ln Enttmt al tAt Pot data maamatRrTHE CITIZEN I VOL III A Family Papor BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY SAYS 1902 Fifty cents a year NO 96 IIW IDEAS l Echoes from the Spring Convocation Tlio world wants loaders REV W 12 C WIIIOIIT Dont shorten your course go clear tbroughIlKv MR Riusur Tim mountains mnko men larger stronger JAMES W BULLOCK Vlicn you cant give pure goods uutl goof weight quit business DAVID IL GAMBLE Tho spiritual valun of religion Is to create higher ideals in literature art and rligionBE1n GRANT I wan horn in tho Bluograas nnd raised in tlu mountains nUll sotno times I hardly know what I am hut whou I am in Boron I know what I all Iall1l1l1allIhv JAJIFJI BONO TAKE NOTICE President Frost will give tho addrcfts at tho chapel exercises next Sunday night nt 7JW for A 12 Thompson of Cleveland 0 will deliver on addrww in tho Tatwrnnclo tonight at 7 510 Como out ours President rolt will pronch at the regular corviro of tho Berea Church of Christ nt Ute Tnbcrnaclo next Sunday morning at eleven oclock FROM THE WIDE WORLD Queen Williolmlnu of pollard is feared to ho nearing death Thorn is every hope for peace in South Alrica in tho pear future Two hundred and fifty fishermen are reported lo have been drowned in n gain off tho west const of Japan Tho rebels nro still busy in China Moro than 1000 persona worn slaughtered Ching Shnng lou last wcnk smith tho Itodica left unburied in tho streets IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Oklahoma tea JrjOO schoolhouses nnd time largest educational fund of any Stain in tho Union Secretary Long of the Navy lisa IMIn puccedtnl by Representative Moody front MnHHnchimttU Thn total Hum of general nppro prialion bills no far panned or report wl by CoigrsH is f WrWl208- Qovernor Stanley of Kansas in to be nuked to set aside next Saturday May 10 M n they to offer prayer for rain John D Rockefellergavo51000001- to bo used by tho Southern Kduca 4ttional Conference for tho benefit of both whiles and blacks Henry Cloy Evans former Con missioner of Pensions is to bo Consul General at London in tho placeof tho late William McKInley Oslwrne Tho total number of immigrants arriving in New York thn first four months of this yonr is 178001 over iO000 morn thou in nny previous year for tho same period 2i120 came in last week Potter Palmer for half n century one of Chicagos most prominent hutiiKws man diNIat his homo in Chicago Sunday evening aged about 70 years Ills fortune ia estimated nt r Qooooo COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Thcro arc 101K15 children of school ago in the city of Newport The Kentucky Educational Associa tion will convene in Lexington at 2 p mvlune 21 1902 About 1200 teachers are expected One fare for tho round trip is offered by tho rail roadsAttorney General Knox has rocom mended to tho President that Sam uol Adams of Knott county who ia serving u ten yearn sentence on a charge of having shot a United States Marshal in tho back bo released Juno 26 LThe monthly report of the State Department on Ken tucky crops was issued Monday af ternoon Tho wheat crop is two points bolow tho average In quality and tho acreage is four points less bocniiNO of worthless fields having boon plowed upfor oats or corn HAVKHTIVO MIOJI IJKATII Our little daughter had an almost fatal attack of whooping cough nnd bronchitis K Hnvi land of Arniouk N Y but when all other reined lea failed we saved her lifo with Dr Kings Now Dis covery Our nioco who had Consump tion in au advanced stage also used tills wonderful medicine and today situ Is perfectly well Desperate throat and lung diKoasos yield to Dr Kings Now Discovery as to no othor mcd clue on earth Infallible for coughs and colds 50o unit 5100 bottles uaranteod by till drugstores Trial bottles free iI A GREAT OCCASIONT Tho Spring Convocation of Boron College was hold Thursday anti Fri day May I 2 1002 It was an occasion of moro than ordinary import once ns there was a specinl meeting of tho Trustees of tho College at tho Isamo time nt which nino of tho Board worclpresont Rev W li C Wright of Olhot Mich who was Professor of Scionco in Brroa College 8200 nnd Rev James Bond of Nashville an alumnus of Boron 91 both of whom are on the board of trustees woro lion mingling with old friends Rev Mr Higsby of Jellico Tel n Mr R M Kurtz Editor of tho Union Gospel Nests of Clovejnnd 0 and Mrs K Dwight of Cincinnati 0 a sister of Mr E R Stearns of Wyoming 0 who is a trustee of tho College wore present ns visitors Thorn was a ballquot nt Ladies Hall Thursday night nt which flixtyeightguosts par took of a bountiful and dainty feast prepared under the supervision of Mrs Sara L Hoag Matron of Ladles hall Thero wore two public ucssions of time Convocation tho first was held on Thursday night utter tho banquet This session was a most enjoyable occasion Thorn worn retorts of tho work of tho lulionlll various de partment addresses by students mind some excellent vocal music limo reports cannot bo givon in detail but in each department there was good evidence of healthy growth Tho addresses from students were by Perry Shrock of the Collegiate Do lartlll lIt Effacing Sectional Lines James Combs 6T the Normal Depart wont rho Mountaineer in tho Civil War and W P Chapman of the Junior Collegiate Department What Freedom means to the Negro Race A plantation melody given by n number of Colored students was vigorously encored as was a Mountain Swapping Song by n dozen of the Mountain toys A ballad Lord Thomas more than MX yearn old was very sweetly sung by two young lady students from tho mountains Tho Tabernacle was well filled with students anti citizens who evidently considered themselves wull repaid for coming out It won a good tinge The second session was at 1015 Friday morning antI tho Convocation address wns delivered by Rev Porcy S Grant DDof Now York ono of the trustees Dr Grants speech was of n very high order furnished food for thought and was listened to with great attention The principal theme of tho addres- was thoSpritual Valuoof Education showing that tho mission of educa lion WILl to create high ideals in litera ture art and religion Rev Jamea Boud spoke of Fink University to which institution ha is allied ns pastor ofn church founded by tho University Mr Bullock a trustee of tho College and a graduate of Williams College Garfielda Alma Mater gave nu interesting talk on Time influence of the mountains on tho moral lifo of tho people Mr D B Gamblo of Cincinnati 0 another trustee ot time College impressed upon time students assembled tho importance of consci entious thorough work nt school and in the world Prof Wright emphasiz wl that Tho world wants loaders urging young people to work to thn top Rov Mr Rigaby tho visitor from Tennessee advised students not to shorten school life and to consecrate themselves and their pow ers to mankind President Frost closed the convocation in nu appeal to the students to make thorough preparation for their life work urging tho importance of special training such as hi trades Bcd domestic science courses President Frost had just returned from n trip to edu cational centers in the South and wo hopo to harp from hums n n report of his visit for publication Tho Convocation marked a distinct advance in tho work of tho College anti opened up bright promise of greatly memos ed usefulness and influence for tho welfare of tho people through Bern as tho days go on A LIBERAL REWARD Lost on Monday morning between Boron and tho spring on Big Hill ladys small opoufnco gold Swiss watch no chain attached Tho name Evlyn Curtis was engraved on tho Inside of the case A libornl reward will bo paid to anyone bringing tho abovo watch to President Frost Boron Ivy y THE SUCCESS OF VACCINATION A case of varioloid has occured in Bores which shows tho good effects of vaccination Mr K S Burchett of tho B Grammar School from Jackson county has been in sonic un known way exposed to smnllpox Ho wns vaccinated n year or more ago HUm vaccination had worked perfectly ho would have e8cnp entirely An it is ho is having tho mild fever and eruption called varioloid Ho has heed placed in a house by himself in order that others may not bo exposed and vigorous measures are taken by tho College and the County Board of Health to prevent any spread of the matter There is no alarm in the villngo or school An idle and vicious report has keen started that there are several cases or smallpox In Berea On the authority of tho physicians of Bnrea nnd the Director of the College Hospital Tilt CITIZEN declare tho mid report to bo absolutely false There is a ease of mild vurioloid and limo patient is not sick enough to keep his lout ANNOUNCEMENT Wo are authorized to announce Goo D White of Richmondas candi unto for Circuit Clerk of Madison county subject to the action of tho- DOlllocmtloporty Wo nro authorized to announce Roy U White as candidate for Circuit Court Clerk in Madison county sub ject to tho action of tho Democratic 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At S 15 A display of extra fion suitsihauu throughout fit and hold their in faulllobs and natisfy tho in theilaud Special sizes for shapes mid n to alter necessary in sure a perfect fit in case RICHMOND IOUR SPRING STOCK complotOurmanship farm work pur Backhands ateore lower thin Come and m- eT MOBERLY RICHMOND KY Successor to T McCliutock Main St Opposite Court DR M E JONES Dentist Fishs Office DaysThursday each week Special Reader I0610S110 Clilesgn and through magnificent lJulhllulo mechanical agerects newpaper age connection lutrrcstrd tubjcct advantage Night S18 S20 grand shape style finest dresser tailor when every KENTUCKY Collars JIames Chains price usual House Store ARNOLD RICHMOND KY Shoes Hats Gents Furnish 10 ings ngeutsInRichmond MEAT MARKET I have reopened the Meat Mar ket on Main Street Fresh Meats Dressed Poultry and Vegetables in Season M B RAMSEY Berea Ky nnnFair Dealing Pays And that is one reason business is increasing We sell you in n way to bring us your Future Trade and that of your friends spring Styles for 1902 New Rockers Ladies Desks Couches Dining and Bedroom irFurniture and many attractive articles to make the homo rcomfortable Picture Framing Carpets Matting Rugs x N UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY Day Phone 73 Phone 66 all R our IIJOHH- nu The Radcliffe Shoes lIbI Is the only 0 K Shoe in town Wall Paper Line RICE IIilBICKNELL EARLY r NNNNsNt NN N Httt N eHNBN HWS Douglas r Crutcher V have a fine line ofiSpring and Sum mer Shoes They enjoy showing you their goods SEE THEIR LATEST IN OXFORDSee JNNNNIONSNN NNeNOSN N a I IC r 1 J I THE CITIZEN TIlE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON VI SECOND QUARTER INTER NATIONAL SERIES MAY 11 Text uf tlie Lemon Arta ill 110 Memory Vrrum B7 CJoliloii Text Id xxxlv Contntrntiiry Irpimred lir itch II M Slrnrnn Copyright 1502 by American Press Also elution 1 i Now about thnt time Herod tho king stretched forth his hand to vex cer tarn of the church und he killed James the brother of John with the sword Kreni the time that the devil the murderer and liar John vlll 14 pie It Into the heart of Cain to kill Abel he lull ever shown his hatred of God and the people of Sod by ushiR hits worst weajion death lleb 14 and that even against the Son of God himself It was a Rood day tor Tames forTue was Instantly with the Lord In the en joyment of the very far better 33 And because ho saw It pleased the Jews he proceeded further to take Peter also Bring Passover time lie kept Peter In prison under the care of four com panics of soldiers Intruding otter that Benson to kill him also to still further please the Jews sonic of the saint Jews 110 doubt who were pleased to cruelty the Lord Jesus and stone Stephen and all the while profess to be doliiR Cod service Yet God lives the only HvliiB nnd truo God and nil power Is Ills and lie permits these things to be and He Is not discouraged anal the kingdoms of this world shall yet bo the kingdom of our Lord nnd of Ills Christ Hcv xl lu We can do what the church did for Peter earnestly and unceasingly cry unto God and be ready to lay down our lives for Christ 6 Peter was sleeping between two sol diers bound with two chains A double guard n strong prison chains gates std as far us human vision could see death for Peter on the morrow yet Peter slept and doubtless quietly for he was In Christ and Christ In God The wall of tire was round about him and with him nil was well whether he remained In the mortal body or not Col III n Zech II C 8 Isa 10 It Is grand to see God and not circumstances nor people to see circumstances nnd eoiilo only through God and be still and know that He Is God lls xlvl 10 tom vlll 28 20- T9 And behold the angel of the Lord came upon him and a light shined In the prison Before Peter could realize It his chains were oft his sandals were on his garment about him nnd he was following the angel out of the prison the soldiers still soundly sleeping but Peter thought It was all n beautiful vision which God had granted him How great surd glorious Is the ministry uf angels who minister unto the heirs of salvation Heb 14 10 When Peter was come to htmsMf he sal Now know of a surety that the Lord hath sent Ills angel and lath dlIv crcd me out of tho hand of Herod and from nil the expectation of the people of the Jews On they went past the first watch and the second and the Iron gate open ed of Its own accord pcrlia ps other angels swung It open at the approach of the angel followed by Peter nnd still on they went through one street well away from the prison before the angel left Peter Then being left alone and finding himself In the night out on n street of the city he began to realize that It was no dream but that he was actually n free man by the mighty power of an angel of God 12 He came to the house of Mary the mother of John whoso surname was Mark where many were gathered togeth- erprayingThis did as soon as having come to himself he considered the matter He knew just where to go for on n previous occasion when he and John had been released from prtson and from the power of the rulers It Is writ ten that being let go they went to their own company Acts tv 23 1315 Thou art mad It Is his angel What strange words from a company of praying believers when they lire told that their prayers are answered awl Peter Is at the door knocking for admission Ithoda was so glad that she forgot to open the door for him and they were so amazed that they could not believe her We might not wonder to have the world count the believer mad Isa llx 15 margin Hos ir 7 John x 20 but for believers and such as these to count each other mad Is more strange May we not be so slow to net upon Jer xxxlll 3 or to live In Ps Ixll 0 18 17 Go chew these things unto James and to tho brethren Peter continued knocking the only thing he could do for doors did not open to him as prison gates to the angel and In due time they opened to him and were astonished to see him He quieting them told them nil that the Lord hud done for hint and bade them tell James and the others This Is time James of chapter xv 13 who seems to have been president of the council at Jerusalem James the brother of John having been slain verse 2 Every redeemed soul lies been delivered from prison and death far worse than any Herod could ailllct with and how gladly we should tell of the deliverance God has wrought for us Ps xl 13 but how few seem glad to tell It to Ills glory that He may bo magnified 18 10 Herods soldiers put to death and Herod himself dying such nn aw ful death verso 23 while Peter was delivered from their hands reminds us of that morning when Daniel cane forth from the den of lions but his en emles were put Into the sane den net er to come forth It makes us think of the glorious morning of our Lords ap Ilea rill 18 xlix 14 xxx 0 xlvl G margin cxxx 0 etc for tho deliver rice of Ills people and of the unbelievers for whom there shall bo no morning but only the outer darkness forever Isa vlll 20 B V RELIGIOUS THOUGHT Orals nirnncil From the Teaching fir All DcnomliiMtlnim Hospitality Is n Scriptural character Istle of greatness In womanBt1- T M Johnston Hnptlst St Louis Tlir Serums on the Mount The sermon on the mount nn tip peal for an outward and Inner life lit accord with the spirit and life of Christ himself Uev Dr Dana Presbyterian Philadelphia The Spirit or llcliifnlnpKM Once let the spirit of helpfulness be developed In n life and ways to mani Pest It will open on every hand Kov Dr H Cherlnston Episcopalian San rranclseoThr nt Truth If a man wishes to lead tho manly life he must consecrate himself to the pursuit of truth The truth seeker Is the only God seeker Hcv Minot J Savage 1nltarluu New York AnUoil Ulnclplr to Iollinv Him Christ newer talked to his disciples about Christianity He ltd not ask them to Indorse his sermon on the mount but Invited them to follow him llev Dr Charles II Parkhurst Pres byterian Sew Yor- ktcgnnlntnnrrhlp With Christ No man Is slut oft by the weakness of anothers showings of Christ nnd no man Is justifiable lu being without Christ who hits not seine personal ac quaintanceship with IIlmIII Dr A M Campbell Presbyterian St Louis Tlir Temple of the Soul The noblest oillice that ever was erected by the haul of nun Is but a perishable monument compared to the temple of the soul Illumined with the light of faith and adorned with The Jewels of virtue Cardinal Gibbons Catholic Italtlmore- Xn Snlvntlon In Theories Speculative and Impractical piety Is not worth tho time It takes or the pa per It Is printed on have no desire to tax my mind with any theories about religion There Is little profit nnd no salvation In theories Kov Robert E Lee Craig Episcopalian St Louis The Pour lileiillllm of Sinn There are four Identities to mnn theorgaule personal formal and ma terial The present body Is tho mas ter of the soul but flu spirit shall be the muster of the body after loath The body shall then bo glad to be tho willing servant Kov Dr II 0 Mln ton Presbyterian Philadelphia Connclence the Guide The Christian conscience should bo- n guide There art certain methods In legitimate business that n Christian UI11II101I1lubor him what Is legitimate In business Kev W G Partridge Baptist Cincin nati O The Very IICt Tiring Our age has tomchow absorbed the Idea that Christian living Is n very busy thing asking little of us and nut Insisting very strenuously even on that little This Is responsible for the easygoing religion of our time n rellgton which refuses to be harnessed to any definite belief Kev J K lireniuin Episcopalian St Louis Test of ClirUIInnllr The test of Christianity tho truth of faith Is n holy spirit The confessed nerd of humanity Is tho inspiration of divinity The ideal of society Is n communion of spirit nnd truth for eternity The fount of this communion Is time love Joy peace nnd lOWer of Christian spirituality Itev Dr Temp kiwi Methodist Chicago Wnjr to Learn God Humility is the way to learn of God It Is the opening of the heart toward Gat It Is the receptive attitude of the child before Its parent of the student before his teacher With that receptive dlsposltloa does the student of nature seek to solve Its mystery learn Its law and know its lifeItev J C Horning Keformed Church St Louis Jlunt Use It or Loe It In the Mammoth cave there are eyeless fish because not n ray of light 1ms ever reached those deep caverns and the organ having fallen Into disuse disappeared The vital current will not low to keep up a useless organ So with our religious life We must use It or wo will lose ItIto W A Hunter Presbyterian Denver Fnllliful to oldie Authority If men really would live great lives they must be faithful to the divine au thority even unto death Man can lame bright and high for n moment lu sonic phase of service and then alas go out into utter darkness and collapse Only the supernatural forces cnn uplift the whole man and sustain him on the high level of the long stretches flew U U Bent Independ emit St Louis Tlio Mntery of Life It U strange that when the deepest experiences conic nnd tho most lull mute griefs knock on our door and lift the latch amid tfcuie In unannounced nllliIwe do not know them or know their er rand nor trust It when we see It nor know what to do with them now they have come They are part of tho mys tery of life So It behooves ns to keep tho main traveled roads Kev Thomas It Slicer Unitarian Now York A Qtimllon rMntlirinnllc Some mathematician has calculated that if 1 cent hind been loaned nt com pound Interest at 0 per cent at time birth of Christ the principal would equal n muss of gold as prge ns nil our planets and thnt this earth on which wo live if It were n hall of gold would not pay Otto hours interest on the sum How great then will bu tho harvest of the righteous who nre living n life of simple faith In Christ amid how great unit how awful will bo the harvest of those who live and die In slnllev Dr W J Williamson Baptist St LouIs FORCE OF EXAMPLE MANY AN ABLE MAN HAS STARTED WEAKER MEN ON WHISKY PATH It You lime SlrciiKlh Kiionuli Not to Drink Too Much Irovu It lIy Nut Drinking At All Sn the Sew York Journal In nil Killlorlnl We nro well nwnro that among those who drink n great many lend lives of polf control says nn odltorinl In the San York Journal Drink does not conquer thorn It Rives oxcltomont without serious damage It may even mako life really more agreeable There arc thousands of stilt control led drinkers self controlled for the present nt least Each of thcsoU apt to look upon himself ns proof of the fact that drinking la not necessarily harmful lint each of those especially If a conspicuously successful man Is one of the most dangerous men In the community Weak young men follow time example of thoso whom they admire If tho successful business man drinks ntH controls himself his weak clerk fol lows his example and does not control himself Many a poor creature has gone to Jail Indignantly prosecuted by his employer by the very tuna from whom he liurned his bad habits We write today to urge upon success ful rues upon oil temperate drinkers this fact You can of course do as you pleaso with yourself but dont put temptation lu the way of others If you have n son of llfteen yon would be furious at any man who should tell him that n little whisky would not hurt lien You would call the giver of such advice a villain nut many n grown man weak In character lacks tub moral strength of a young boy Remember that what you can stand others cannot stand When drink Is discussed think of tho harm It does think of the women and children made miserable l y It think of the pltUcx slavery that it inlllcts on mankind Sever say n good word for whisky or for any of Its fellow troubles of civi lization You are n responsible part of the tin inn race You have no right to bi In different to the effect of your example on others The granter your own strength of character the more follow ors you will have Lead them on the path that will keep them tree from harm You nn powerful ami fearless Do not on that account oneonrngo the weak to pick a qimrrcl with mi enemy that will vanquish then Many n poor devil started on that whisky road through no fault of his own But that will not excuse you If you take that path Have you strength of mind enough not to drink too munch wieldy Good Hut prove it by drinking none at alL teal remember this the path that KtnrU out pleasantly and ends among broken bottles at the door of never meet a good bartender on that path You never meet a success till whisky manufacturer on that path Time saloon owner wants demands and gars sober men ns bartenders The whlscy manufacturer will have only sober men for his agents and man alters Young men keep off that path It leads only ouo way You may walk just so far stop and come back Hut why start nt nil Human success Is becoming more and more a matter of clear thought Keep your clearness of thought Keep your force your vital chergy to build up success- IIty the man who drinks he need pity but set him n good example lie member this A drink of whisky never did for n man anything that sleep will not do And whisky while It seems to ret you hurts you Sleep builds up ypur brain Look at the man rolling out of n gin mill In the morning Compare him with the realm man going to his work after natural sleep Compare their eyes their salt tbclr speech their mental alertness The difference between two such men Is the difference between sleep mind whisky Take sleep for your stimu haul Take good thoughts and the com panionship of good sober men and wo men for your excitement Leave whisky to others- WOMEN AND THE SALOON They Are lId Judge of the Hum Trod Snj ti C Lorlmrr There can be no excuse In tho name of our liberty for fostering the saloon which has become a moral peril to thousands says George C Lorluicr In the New York Journal Were the women and children who are trust seriously affected by this in stitution called on to expresyan opin ion of Its character and could they do so undeterred by threats of brutalized men the overwhelming majority would denounce It ns the curse of their homes and as the ruin of their hopes Hut were we to ground an argument In their complaints we would doubtless bo reminded that we take our tem perance views from women Well so be It Who I ask line a bet ter right to decided views on the sub ject If the women have not It Is their happiness that Is destroyed by tkersa loon It Is their fireside that Is blighted their husbands that nro debased their sons that are slain and I Insist that they lava a paramount right to speak a right monde so sacred by sorrow and suffering that It even transcends the right of the entire bunch of bishops Temperate nnd Popular The wire of lion Clifford Sitton is one of the most popular entertainers at Ottawa Canada yet she uses no lIq- uor at her receptions NINNINI111N1N1N11NI1N11111111N1NNINTHE I I N N IN N IN H 111N N INN111111 N NI A SINFUL DISEASE lljr Kloiinor Hunter It is xaro that sup ono has tho frankness to speak directly to a pies son who is an habitual worrier of his stilt Things mire always presented best silo out to worriers They nro never allowed to know what dis comfort nnd unhappiness their fall ing causes for if they know thoy would only worry the moro If one has fin misfortune to love timid ho loved by a worrier this is the only course to tuke Said n bravo man who found that ho would be obliged to undergo a critical operation Wo willnot toll my wife until it is ovgr Wo can ar range to have it done on Sunday morning attar she goes to church aud when she comes homo it will have been accomplished If she know ho forehand she would worry so that 1 could not enduro it Tho plan wascnrricd out tho open thou performed nnd when the wife returned from church she found that her husband lay critically sick in tho spare bedroom in tho charge of n nurse She was kept by the wise physician from his sido for weeks he was well on the road to recovery bo fore they were allowed to meet for the doctor knew that tho husbands first task would bo to consolo his dear worrier who had spout most of the time during liar absence from bir- olissolvetllo use her own phrase in tears Wu never toll mamma anything unpleasant said n young lad Site is so sensitive that it would maim her sick worrying In my opinion sufdan exasperat ed girl of eighteen who was worn out by years of living with n worry lug relative in my opinion worrying is ns bad as swearing I know it causes more unbiipphiass in the world The worst of it Is a worrier always suppose that worrying Is n proof of peculiar devotion worry is actually tillered as nn evidence of affection and some of ns accept it though wo know tho oom is counterfit truelove never worries Worriers miss n grout deal of the most precious part of lifo When did ever a worrier pillow nn aching hold upon her breast t Whodarea to share a burden with her When did a worrier stand bravely by and smooth tho pathway of tie dying What sacred confidence site misses nUll what opportunities for noble cotiuffol are lost to her Saul a good physician quaintly to nn overanxious mother ns shin bent over liar sick child II What makes you think you must do it all yourself Why dont you give Providence a chauco to help you- I think ho struck upon the root of tho trouble A worrier savor truly relies upon tho help of Providence ChriMtiun Work WllOOllllg CuURll A woman who has hind experienco with this disease tolls how to prevent any dangerous consequences from it Shu Bays Our three children took whooping cough last summer our baby boy being only Three months old and owing to our giving thorn Chamberlains Cough Remedy they lost none of their plumpness nUll came out in much butter health than other children whoso parents did not use this remedy Our oldest girl would call lustily for cough syrup between whoops JEsSie PISKKT HALL Springville Aln This remedy is for salo by S E WELCH JR Wo promptly obtain U 8 and Foreign Wind model sketch or photo ol limnuon for IlIowl WONT FOLLOW AUVIOK AITKU IAV 1NO IOH IT In n recent nrticlo u prominent physician says It is next to impossi ble for tho physician to get hk patio cuts to carry out any prescribed course of hygiene or diet to tho small est extent helms but ono resort left namely tho drug treatment When mediciuosare used for clironlo consti pation the most mild and gentle obtainable such its Chamberlains Stomach amid Liver Tablets should ho employed Their use is trot followed by constipation as they leave tho bowels in a natural and healthy con dition For sale by S E WELCH Jn N 1N NI1111111N1111N1NII1111 NN NI INIII THE SCHOOL NI1111N N1N111NN1111NNNMN NN 11111NN OUR RURAL SCHOOLS Their Deplorable Condition and How This May Be Remedied Of tho seven million children of school ago in thin Southern States more than six million live in sparsely settled districts or in towns of less thou 2000 Inhabitants lluico tho rural schools nro of first importance anti should receive first consideration Wo can never bo nn educated People until wu havo good rural schools and tho country children attend theta At present thin nvcrnga length of tho annual turn of these schools is something Toss than one hundred days The average number of days of schooling for etch child of school ago ill less than forty The averages for tho entire country mire fully fifty per cent more than these nud for those of tho most favored see lions more than a hundred per rent better In one Southnru Stale thin average length of term of time schools is loss than seventy bats tie average ntteudnnco of children of fchool ago is loss than twentyfivo days Only threw hundred and fifty days ofschool- ing to prepare tho children of a people for life and citizenship In a great democratic repuhli- cCoIIIlnrntltly few of these rural schools have sty libraries or uuy books except n few text books until by the children Having been given thin power to nud thochildrvuhhould be taught whet to rend and eneoiirng ed to cultivate the habit of rending good woks limit thin cannot bo Bono when thin children have no access to looks either nt school or nt homo Soma of these schools are taught by most excellent teachers but semi of them are taught by young men and women whose education wits fiulwliwl in the ntor 1I1C011i1 yItar of n country academy nud soil more by teach Prim who have never hud any school log except tlmt furnished at these saute public schools lost of thtwe young men nnd wofneti do not wish to teflch tiny longer than may Ixi neo i Miary to makBnnough inonnr to dIiInble thorn to gut n chart in some businosM The average school life of thlllo teachers in not moro titan three years of ono huudred days ro11IMost of these schools am chap niuoniforlnbtu houses with no ode iuato rqiiipmeut und with little pretenno to bcniity or anilatlnn The South ill no lonjjurpoor AS it was inthe decades immediately nuccecdiug tho nivngoa of war Building UItnrlftl is abundant in ovorv State anti our mon have strong arms to full lrt9w preparo lumber and make brickotdionld begin at once to build decent and comfortable BchoolhoiiHca in every school district and to equip them with tho needful furniture und apparition Those mhoolhouHOA are tho homes of our children nil tho tinTs thor attend school and wo should sew to it that they nro monde worthy ffoitlherit Ktlucutlon Nnltvl NN NNI 1N1NN1IINN1111NIIIIIIN 11NN1 THE FARM fl MORE ABOUT THE COW PEA t Tho cow von hiss long been known an u renovator of soils and it will grow where clover will not thrive It is really n Loan and tho blackeyed 1cookccllneana stage mutt when dry tho pods however not Imvitig any value for lime table Tho cow pen belongs to tho family of legumes to which belongs nlho tho ordinary boons garden peas vetchon clovers etc nut nil of theso plants havo tho power of deriving nit rogomi from t hohuollphorl throughI thin Rgoncy of inintito bacteria which form nodules on the roots At ono time it was believed that the legumi nous plants derived nitrogen front the atmosphere through tho haven hint it Is now known that the free nitrogen or nmnionin brought down by tho rains is converted into nitric acid the billions of little creatures In this soil known nitrogen buctoriit preparing this food for this plants when thu conditions nro favorable The cow pea has IHHMI known to produce as much BH 2C 000 pound of green material per acre Fluids nave RIo yielded ns high as thirty Ilve bushels of seed leer ncro These yields may IHJ coiiHiderctl maximum however 10000 pounds of green material or twenty bushels of s ed nro aboro thin average From one to three tons of hay per nero may lx ritciirvd when thin crop in grown for hay Thin lOW pen does lot usually begin to take up nitrogim until tho s leaves develop for which uwou n mnnll allowance of fertilizer should ho applied when seeding in nnler to forco early growth If tho loaves nro yellow about fifty pounds or more of nitrate of soda should lw nppllod At Iho Loutitaun experiment station It was fotiud that nn nero of outrage cow peas contained slxtrfive pounds of nitrogen ill pounds potash smut twenty pounds of phosphoric acid worth as furtilzer nl out qla Time reels contained eight pouuds ultra gull eighteen ouudti of potash nud five pound phosphoric acid north about t2ro more or a totnl of about S I6J0asnturliiimrfhis twtimalo vn tines according to tbeyiclti Anexcel lent mixture aa n fortlluor revonunen dedhy the North Carolina cipcriinont farm purr acre in TOO pounds nuid phosphate anti 100 pounds muriate of x tash Should tie plant not have n green appearance uce fifty pound militate of sods mixed with mirth and worked In bettveenlho rows with n harrow tho acid phonphnte sad potash to ho broadcasted smith harrowed taller plowing === == = a HEAD BLACK HOCK commonchig next week in TUB CITIZK RIPANSItipa- ns t Tabttlos holt their plnco ns the supremo remedy which euros ft dysposla indigestion stomach liver anil nil bowel troubles sick head k j ache and constipation No other single remedy hits yet been found since tutu twilight of medical history which Is capable of doingBo cmuch good to so largo a majority of mankind li AT DRUGGISTS JlIThe five cent packet is enough for an ordinary occasion The family bottle six ty cents contains a supply for a year t f BEREA COLLEGE Founded less Places the Best Education in Reach of All Over JO Touchers 800 Stutloiitn from 20 States LargesttCollage Library lu Kentucky NO S LOONS Trndo Schools Carpentry Printing Housework Nursing two years Model Schools General Education and fitting for advanced courses For those fttfllcitntly advanced to get a teachers certificate Applied Science Two years course with Agriculture for youug mon and Domestic Science for young ladies Nursed Course Two years with practice teaching Academy Course Four years fitting for College for business and College Course Literary Philosophical Classical for life- Dluslofleet Organ Choral free Vocal Piano Theory Wo are horn to all who will help themselves toward n Christian edit cation Our instruction is free gift Students pay a small incidental fee to meet expense of tho school apart from Instruction anil must also pay for board in advance Expenses for term hall weeks may bo brought within i00 about 101 to be paid in advance t The school is endorsed by Baptists Congregationalist Disciples Method srsts Presbyterians and good peoplo of denominations For information and friendly advice address the Secretary WILL O GAMBLE Beroa Madison Co Ky i Q II 1 IuII THE CITIZEN GOOD LOAD MACHINES THEY ACCOMPLISH WONDERS AND SOON PAY FOR THEMSELVES Inn II fetter nay runt Kvery country MUlrlH Slmnlil Hint Our Atiue rmnlirr liidUiipimulile to HIP llondmnklnir Ootni echojanti energy acquired IIy the winters limitation will tiilltil Into piny It Is not ncvcBMiry much less U it poMl bit to build nmnulnni nUll dlfonl rofids through all of till fnrinliiK dig Irlctfi nod It tho country pnthnmMcrs could bo hmdu to tindcrMtond the great difference In rttoullH which follow slit- fmvmil method of working tho nod find that Hood dralniiKu tout guod nm ehlncry will toRullicr urcompilxh won iltira without sitL extra ngnsit cxpindl i turo of touts tho ttolutlou of thu cuts try rand iiioatlon would be vanity pro KrciMit siiyH Inline It otter In Goo country road district should linve nt luflxt ono gaol road nmchlnu t no AD MAOIIINK vjiurAiiisu CAUTH ROAD or hrndor It will do the wurk of thir ty or more mull when the condition tIn uch im to civo tho nmetilm Imlf n clianeo It costs but n ftw hundred dolMna will pave UwiMiiiU tiMlim a iMjltflf rwid than la commonly made by manual labor needs but taw rejwlrn and raroJy gee Attt of order Mon ovrtv It cuts out Ue nuts teas tire wifdy iwtchei nJong the roacWUo und torn n gutter which nwrt II and nir riH oft the surface water mid It faith fnij uiiipfcuiil will more than iMy tor ItKcif In u nlHgle KWMNI I hII IM In lies inftttrr of gnivttl nail pIQ n tow IMNKS I JlIWneUou tit moat nv Kiiliorbowlf will Itrlrrj to Unlit Ihlsly- if r Mortal that to vastly HjnTtor for nuiiiiiatlHK urimoaea to thAt found In the linn of ilw adJNrtmt rvnilwajrn Mrtof tide nmtertal IRIS tested In ImljnaJ bUll for nml In gntwMnttal ly wflrtble fur nM4v from ItIJIIII1IOM tlC work of tIw It prtrvel It iittihl dean chirp and psrttty and ff not naturally jf tWa quality It fthouhl bo cloned III fully sip itowlbli by Iuysaing It through n cheap wrion With Uiodoratcly coon inenhea- I Jo fore beliiK put In the nd tioUw the irtKiiMl noil IK of u dry mainly ur poroiu nature n line of three litoli dralntllo vhould bo lend beneath the roadway and nlraut four flat deep It it0i111le for although thin In not com iiionty rosnrUcd an nceoMmry aeeordlim io thu MtablUued Atnoriean practice It adds nadir to tho permanence of tho f tht nUll liuurus Its drytnwa nt time whoa tho prarol would othorwlto Ihwppenr In the soft mud beneath 1guru atom of air plenty can be cnMly obtnlnttl n mncndani rtinal la neither very costly nor very dlillciilt of coiltlruotlon It In n common notion 7 nnioiiK farmers that the construction oft n rond on the tnncadam plan U n tsar l1JenIN lllllcull and espennlte lIIuTtI talking Nothing could funlier from tfie truth A tow Intelligent farmer efjulpilfd with n few huudrcil iloimm worth of mnchlncry cuiinmko n nine udnii road nil i ermanont nnd ctflclont t could bo desired The mine ciiKlnc that drives n steam thnuher will i orate a atone crunhur- nnd tonc cruahcrA are becomlni not only pvpulnr but IndlKpensnhlo to time Z roadinnkliiK oulllt of every IntolllRont rurnl community Crept iunntltUm of i Held scour cnn be mlected from among a t the harder bowlderu which tic sa nlnni- v ilnntly UIMHI time surface In many of Bur counties ansi If cacti farmer who l sow works out his road tax In the old fnsbloned way would contribute n tow dollars to the purchase of n crusher I and give n little of tits time to the hnlliI lug of stone to the town atone T would be Imtli amnxcd and gratllltNl otI the speed with which till stone breaker would convert thow bowjdera Into great heaps of road metal ripe nnd rwidy for n place III the Improved rom l ray A prnctlpnl attempt at this kind of Improvement In towns where the wealth of the community Is not sulll cleat lo warrant esiKnsIvc work under the direction of on engineer will lend to the most salutary results maid by nn object lesson prove to tho users of pub that the biggest tax ever v imposed uiwn toe rural population of tho country has been tho tns of the mud road Good HontU Are the Clicnpont Ono main fact of the whole god rond4 question deserves to be empha sitedtlu permnneiicc of time hlfili ways after they have once been well built says time HnlUmoro News The first cost pccms large but tho money Is V In the end wisely Invested f j Kinone Illgbwnyl Tho cost of maintaining n public highway In England Is roughly esti tinted by tho authorities at fOO per annum In Kruncc 105 and VUiTAuitrln 10d per tulle per annum x l llniv tu Clnn Tlnno Keys Cottpn ilnnnol cloths wet wHh n lIt nmicd HOlutlpi of oxalic acid nnd wn ttr 0111 hid upon piano keys Avlll re move all stains Care should always bo taken In tho use of such a bleacher nit this that It does not touch anything from which the color In not to bo removed tor It does Its work with more certainty than dlscretjon Hour to Trent Wonmla wax recently told on tho authority 11 n phynlelau that cuts nod wounds he washed In water as but as be homo Instead of in cold water nnd I lied that this stnnehus the blood much mpro quickly fays a writer In Country Ucntlumaii Never plaster or bind up n cut without washing It first tn remove any particles of foreign mat t tor tines tu Wniti Ctinmol Irnllirr When chamois Ieathurn bravo Uon waslieiij tho usual unit with tinin Is that they dry lard nnd stilt Time to stet of keeping n wnBhfd chamois letithrr an soft nn when new IA to hang It up to dry while It Is ntlll sonny and without rinSlng It Tho leather will thon bo perfectly supple and trIo from nny suggestion of stiffness JlrmottIrilnnMapperllmr to Glum atoppera III bottles umy easily be nmovnl yhen they have become tiltIneck eminu the glass lo mpunil nmLit tben being t imldt nthly larpw dins lime stopper time latter tau ho oueily withdrawn Ifiitr Hi Mend Chlnii For mending china Mud lilnss ware out miihnrlty stnteii that a cumont hIICIot ntarcli Klyterln CJTIMHIIII will Hlni tall Its nCbovlvcncM loiifur limn tiny other O h048 IEdward Blake College StudenttIJj Charles M Sheldon A vthor tj In1fUS7rpaMniet- 6Ir no CruNMln PAltp- Mmse Ruiitrt Jlonli lion tMW vIfrluII 139 hi K A tv Udranat 1IJlrJalliu Co Ataiuu aaal e am rrjoletil an I riu l your class IIHHO VlrfM Nnliln DenuiMT If you nnllM ibis truth that your tn nirth U not In ynuiwlvvj smut In your own rut- lured morality put In your ae iulml ItnrnlttK smut In year Attiwrlur trnlnliif but Is In that flower abort us who also abides within IM tbvti you can gu out ami do gold work In tlw world ns It aught to be dune and do It Hot In your own itlorjr but to the gkiry of sled Tile Lord biome yon slid use you to his glory Oo out from Imem 1Ilu trot wotairobisrueemruticlasa day oxerclMsitader an elm on the upper rnuipUK Hut dm aftvrnouH on thus ocmalttii wigs raluf awl tin ckiaa went lisle the ennpl As JWwiir1 was going In with the rust of hub own dills which alwnjti sat losetJwr shun wadi11H1 In hU room after the ixi rhwn or boforo tho protuennde vancvrt In the evening Ilinloti me for asking or taking any of your tlmu today but am obliged to leave fur lone 011 the 7 oclock train on account of illness there and I want Just n won with you before I go- Kdward felt somewhat annoyed for ho gnwutxl what Wliwtton wnntwl to My hut lit hall emus tu fpel more ro speet for him than he once full Tad so he nuiwerud oulte plenmnily- tonni up right actor the oxerclsos here amid Ill taro n little slim All right thank you said Wheaton gratefully When Udwnrd went up to hU room hllIThey went In nnd Whentou Borne what awkwardly took the sent IMwnrd offered Im not going to apologize lake fur tnylng what I have In my inltul nt this time began Wheaton and nil big awkwardness and embarrassment van ished ns he began to tpcuk I may not fOme hack to lope nest year on iiwoutit of smatters nt home und I may not ever see you ngnhi lint I have iKcn praying for you almost over since you entered Hope nnd I have carried n bunion In my soul for you tbqt you might nccupt Christ an n pcr onnl Sav lour Wont you give It u forloiis thought Illnko Not because I link you to but because you owe It to Christ to bo his disciple You have great power for good In this collego Your hunts ence would be soiucthlug wonderful If It was positively Christian Why dont you Kiirreuder yourself to him lllnke You will never rvgretlt ns long as you live It you do Whentou paused anti ISdwnrd sat looking out of the window nt time drip plug branches of tho big elm near by Ho was distinctly displeased with Whtnton At first Confound tho fol low ho was ny Ing within himself ns Wheaton was speaking v Why should be pick out today of mill days to preach his association religion to mo Then as Wheaton worst on u curious change of feeling took place In Ed wards mind Why should Wheatou caro anything about him anyway What difference dud It mnko to him whether Wake was n Christian or 1I0t lint If he really was anxious about the wclfaro of his Kdward IHakes soul for nay reason whatever what more to he expected than that he would seize any opportunity ho could to speak on the subject IMwnrd was silent so long as ho went ovqf thuds little monologue that Whcnton thought ho was perhaps giv bug the subject serious consideration w tin iild not venture ta break tho lonee and Kdward nt lust ftild alowly iTni multi obliged to you Whonfou for your Interest In me Im nfnitdt doift dcjtorvo It Jlinto not the question bognn Wbenlon eagerly I bellevojoti dont realize all you are missing as you goon with your rollogo course A Christian faith In your own lift would miiku u wonderful change In It Am I bad an sill lluiir nuked IM ward with h ftllght laughs beginning to Ctrl rUo In himself Mtiddvuly that nniininlng antrer that bo had Ml before when Whenton lint spoken to huts Xii you tint iinder tnnd Mitt there n grunt difference In thollfo that put Christ Into everything null the life that does not call him Lund I wish you could ate it clonrly Udwntil wnH silent nguln nml Wheat nn nuked nut evidently felt dlsnp pojiitcil AH lid wit nl made no sign of wiylng nnytlilng WhMitnii nwp Tin wirry If rvt lntnidwl out you lllukc or sold Kometiilng I ought nut Bomo tiny jwrhnp ymill unilcritiind my motive I pray tin itchy Spirit mAY movw your heart and bring you lulu tin klnudom- Ho walked over to IWwnnl rtlmply nml lirlil out his hand Itdtrnrd felt nnliiiutrtl of hluuielf iMfinuse IM knew he had treated Wliititmi nidcly Ho trlid to offer n wonl of apology I dont iiieatlnn your Interest In mo WhvAton even If I dont tiujlor j nnd It tad ofconhw I dont tor fir wltat Loire you orftur klndnoat slur lug my Hlrkneu Ill always remem her that with tho xrenttwt untitttnde I hopo you will be back In till fall Twnnk you bnnlljr think shah Mhnll unit bo mUMled IJlake Until I hoar that you ban given yourself to Christ He shook bauds mtlotwly and went away Iravlng Kdward nttindlng by till window hardly knowing whether to eel vixod at the Interview or pleased nt Whiitoifn Intareat In liim- It WWI fitlll mining unlit Imrd null tlinn wan nn hour yet before supper So he stool aimlessly by tlm window for a few lllOlII lIt sore after Whent on tad gone As ho stool them look lug out he saw Professor Clark como out of the rhnptl and stnrt down tho Mops toward Ida house which wus three or tour hlocka farther down tho hill TIHo profewor was very absent intnded dad If he brnutrht an umbrella with him be gal prolclbldy forgotten It or anthill It to some one else who bad forgiitttui to return It Ilwartl raufbt ui his own umbrella lint on his hat and ran down time stairs and ncriMB tot way Hu overtook the pmfMnor jut us lie treat out of time college gets It had m to rain harder rake the umbrella sir and will run back tn the hall his until Xn no You go with mo lllako Thank you really own soreral risen iitnbreHai auwewhvn last other IKO pie an probably inrrylng tem when It nHn Which sbonlil you say wax wove owning umbrvllHR that other peode early or Mimrlng nmbrellaa that other Mople ownr I should iuo Uon the polltlctil econ omy ef either rrplhHl IMwnrd Inugb ing Ha had como to hove n genuine liking for lrotNMor Clark ansI dhl not stand at all In nwe of him It cortntnly la worse fur me to own M many umbrellas and peter limo one wb i It roils If thoughtful peoplu like you dulnt took gutter mo expect gltould buy even more nmhrullns than I do Thank you very much Wont you come In n inlnntu HhikcT he ask ed when they reached the house nnd It want want In for n moment Ho ml nnl ehattixl eaBlIywlth tile professor a tow minutes nnd then rose to go The profenoor went out Into the hallway with him I expect to leave for the east tomor row and probably sluill not sue you ugtiln Imfflre next fall Illnko Thero one thing I have liecn wanting to say to you ever since the meetlnga hint winter You ought to bo n Christian Illnko and throw nil your Inllu eneb on ale ftldo of till best things In Hope Perhaps Im wrong In taking rake the umlinUu iM for grunted that you are not n Chris tian Am IV No sir I dont roll myuolf n Chris flats replied ltd ward awkwardly Holler decide It thou the HOoper time better Clod bless you Illnko Good ly loodby sir nud Edward put up his umbrella and inarched up the hill through tho rain which was now pour lug down tit He went up to Ills room for n few momenta boforo supper thinking about Professor Clarks lust words They lad heels very few but coning so soon after Whentons they affected him snore He hail grunt respect for Professor Clark nnd bolluved In time sincerity of Isis Christian life Ho could not help wondering If ho spoke to other students as he had twice spa ken to him It was or had been such tin unusual custom for the professors ever to my anything about Christina ity to the dude us In Hope college that Kdward may be pardoned If he had Morse fueling of wonder over time Inci dent In his own uxperleiie After Hiipper he went over lo the ladles hall to lake Prccdu to tin prom sends concert This wax iiwtmlly hold on tho cnmpns hut when It rained as It did that night the concert vas tnins furred lo time chape halls ami beenuio more like n reception Miss Sftoii hind a hind beadachu and cOuld not go IMwiird felt mush dliap polntinl nt first for he had heels looking fonvnnl to time evening nnd anticipat ing lour company with Kreedn AH he and Kreeda wejit along togeth ur townnl time chapel FreAhi wit when they were III the middle of the walk by time library Ned do you remember what I said about Ida undnnd Willis oncer Yes replied IMvvnnl wondorlng Of course thero was nothing In that It was tIme nearest to n He that I over enmc Only nt the time I Wilt trying to got the bettor of my own feelings know flint Ida hover cared for iilni Thou she milled us they drew near the eunuch I knee your si crtti Ned IH that the reason yon uudorHtood my trouble wellV Yeo sold Udwanl simply ns they wont up tuna step Thu president was holding an ani mated though Informal reception In the lower bull nnd nftor chatting with the othur profeisors and utiulenltt ICdwntil enuie up and shook IianiU lisp crowd wan very nolny laughing and talklni very loud and tint president was Miami hug very clow to Hdwnnl an he saul II few simple words of greeting Youre going house thin nunimer I understand ItlnkeV Yes tlr Ive sold my route nod ex poet to buy another OUI In time felt Mother needs me oil the farm thin sum miler He moved away as another group was coning up and time president lean ell his tall fonn over nud snkl lit a low tulle that only Kdward could hear My hog I have been praying Mr you nil this year that you might IH Christs tnnir I want to see you start right next fall Hotter begin tonight Cioodby and tied bless you Ijdward iiiovinl on nnd spent the rest of the evening with tilt other htudentx About 10 oclock ho went out with llTodn and aa It trod cleared up they strallwl around the fiitnlllnr walk post till library and out upon the middle ctirnpu Knwln had n fii8ed several other Invitations from the students to go with a group town 011 the hill walk She preferred being with Udwanl on this last day of the term They wail mil quite n long way without speaking and then Ireedn began to tnlK about their tlfoo yenta In ed loge Udwnrd was more silent than naHfll at llrstj bnt nfterwnnl became quite talkative Hu grew confidential mull toM Ireoda bomotliliis about his filling for JIIss j eton Frcodn could not give hire much convolution al though she said she thought Idn admir ed IMwnrd greatly What was the president saying to your Freesia asked ns they dually turned heel to time library walk mIlt went on toward the ladles hall He nsked me about my summer plans You know Ive sold time route to Itawllns In order to get Barnes route Its nearer college and prac tically an good as the avenue route mean what he was untying to you ns he leaned over nnd spoke to you all nlotio I wns Just coming up and had to ynlt a minute Hi 8iKkc to me about being a Chris till II TJmtn time third person who has spoken to me nbout that today Ireoda was silent n moment null then said quietly Let me bo the fourth parson Ned Why nrent you n Christian Ive haul n good many nut lasts IhoiightH alniiit you this year Mother would bo so glad too Some times think Its the only thing you need to make you perfect One thing thou lackest chV sold Kdwnrtl with unnccustomed levity nnd then sic JIIlsl1 lute silence which was unbroken until they ronclii5il tho ladletf ball she said good night to Frecda he added I dont want to disappoint you and mother Frocda I hope you wont Nod she Fanned gently ns she wont up tho tIIIHe walked slowly back mid went In and for n few minutes sat down by bis window In darkness thinking over limo events of time Jay Then he tot up nnd lighted his lamp As bo turued train limo tails ho Imp poiiod to think of lids letter box that ho hail not looked lists sluice Hu went over to tho 110011Ione letter there He from hits mother He sat down nt tho j table nt once and opened the loiter Ills mother did not write to ills urIoften SIll was not n college bred man and hind lived nHfo of hard phys hal labor but liters wns no one In nil the worM who load more over Kdwnnl nud he nlwnys tend Letters with n reverence nnd hlrII that he never felt for any other Time totter contnlnrdn short of affnlrs on the farm then nClouotI speak of IMwardn uncle and aunt nllllIfinally referred to Kd wards amid 1 sins college course It lull Iron a Iny to mt rJwird to think Iwo one Freda rettkxng in JuratIon In ofI Isst letter you smoke of a feeling of trgrtt oo tort that wit Inllo lunl on the farm ourI iml joor elder were haring udi an llnw In rollrgr but ou ought to know doer rIout cwmt tw Iardklpof any ant br ilde ol the tort I lute far you You may l ymvlehnf why I am writing this letter tow to nrtt your hem routing sal at I time while you mud Iw at MtnnwMtnwnt tlm lout tw nleltli ap II lay awake toward morning had an jpHrtaw that fh mpt d Ihli letter aamel to liar a wise ay to met Your son Uwanl in rood toy truthful hoimt unwllkh In most tMnxi tree tram vane viit but lie It not a prfqed disciple el Clirlit and Iiai never Joined a church nor tailed ol the communion One thing h lack and that It the Kteatot or all lie need to repent and Ullev tn order to be aaveil II You know I am not Imaginative In the team u and I simply believe that what I beard wit hitIBfitrlt tpMkMir to me to rest IIIhaU And I Mt riMM the JtvUna shut Mcfat to writ end urge you to Iha younrH ta brit eby ImM yea atajul outtMt Uw ktafdwro my Itoittor 06 t Ik nrugakmil theis amt aI lay cntldMnc It buae you tel a good anj oMt Oln yua heart to dim who gai e ui i nlar flue Kln 0ow eke a nuts thud IMwrd You Ian a gnat work U du In 0001wI I It IIIIeIIp fIt You wrutv In tour law letter tbil you Mlht deride tu ehe np king t Knr amt Ixootw a public iirakcr ant write fr t hv Iarktllarall Mcranct U the woeid whrtlirr you Mr I CbrMUM or int That U tho null tiling aftrr all leek rat the klnnlom wy oa It uu Jr wd U all worldly t0 and know ell kncr odfe awl do not know and lote God aofirrniel will not innfle you anytblnir You rto Dot doubt nty lore for ym ilo you Wky MwnU you doM k Ue of Ood fur y u lit gave Ma own en for your talvsiion Shy aId you bt crieaa la fans of that arras BtoMMvatf II Sled fur you Ned UK dame na lor me Ok toy dear son your rMtltrr II trwlug oWrr had rooM freblr every year hall wen tray tear tu the other side Itot It will Iw the beat day at of whole hie when gnu tell tat that you hive derided to give your heart lo 1i1 awl Hrii la kU redemption through thrill JUy Ibo Holy llplrlt aa he plh with you alltntnl to enter yimr heart and wlU and lead mu by hla aloutkty towlrrto the It of Jourluring Monrci Edward llulshwl the letter and lot It lie open oil the Table first AVhoaton and then Professor Clark thou the president ami Freeda and now this culminating letter from hU mother And all these appeals on one Kiiiijpct If all the persons pinking them hind been consulting together Why was he not a Christian Ho bolluved In everything thug tins Rood nnd true and pure Way lid he not billeve In Christ The question drove nil tho other memories out of his mInt He land thought a good deal during the unit port of tho tiny shout AYIllix won doming what lite future would IIIi hud thought about Miss Hctou amid wondered It lie wouldover tttlllrcourage enough to tell her what hoI felt He hud thought of his own tllI turn nnd lutd more than once spMti hated on the ambition he wn beginning to Imvo for authorship and the pnliiic platform nut now near the dune of the thiy near the midnight hour alone In hlsroom with that sacred appeal of his mothers lying before huts he could riot shut out thU out thought Wliy wan bo not n ChrUtinn mUll Wlmt vas keepliig him hack Wns Quss11on of tho one Wlmt think ye the Christ fitolng to fnee him otI ually What difference would It with his future All tho difference the world ho himself know luI uiiough Dhl Whenlou and Clark time president and 1reedn nail his mother really bollovetlmt bo would bo lust If he did not believe lu Christ Evidently they dld limit would lip Was he not moral and truthful and honest What mote was r iulrcd Yet one thing thou lneke t Tho young mean who asked Jeans what ho mutt do to Inherit eternal life was moral What did he lack Acknowl IIrm lIt of Jemigns master of his whole life Wan he Kdward ready to do that Or dill he shrink from that absolute following of the divine Pend ant of aairtgc bemuse It would change his selfish ambitions and make him serve others Instead of hlnwelf It was sitter midnight nnd still ho sat thero with his inuilicirs letter be toro him The now century wus his to enter Inch powers of mind and strength wore his to enjoy What would hetboose as bo looked Into the future Edward Blake college stu dent you are nt tire most critical point In nil your life pow The Spirit will not always strive with your soul Your mothers prayers cannot save you If you do not give your heart to God Will you he Christs ulan or not Leave him alone with God mill pray for him that ho may cry before the morning breaks 0 Christ thou art my Lord and my God TW Itwk of Aral kfl been heft for measot than wiH never aaie again my will The water ami the Ideal lute Lloyd from thee yllst toast let that Woodlny UL Oh Spirit pteMag will strong tears anI rill n Grant that this foul mv bwnlily It tlxe In Show him the Chrlit lw tome for sinful men And In Ills hurl thy wtk of grace begin TUE EN- IOOOOOCOC000 FRO- MBLACK ROCK Our Next Serial Aa we unnntereil from the grab rnuip to tba ofllcv where nna our bed we paused to take the beauty of the tight The 1h rode hllh over the penkst the nionntatnn Hnadlnar tile nurrntv valley with mellow IlKht Vnrleir her ningla the tlacIrIpine muuies nlood illrut n 1irrlhlraa Hdorntlon The doling now ay Ilke n garment over nil the open upnee In ialt vrnrlDK lnld nud crowned ev ery atnmp with n qnnlntlr Itnped ntKhtrnp Above the nlIiilllnn of cloud that kept lUke while men slept and over all the deep blue night ikri with It star jewel sprang like the roof of n great from range to range 1nthlrl In its kindly uhel Slow homelike nnd 0S CSItree nod eled kyt Even the night eem ed kindly nnd friendly the tar and the lone cry of the wolf front the dreg forget eem ed like the voice of n comrade TINS STORY IS A GEM WATCH FOR THE OPENING CHAPTERS ee000eeeeeeeeeeee eeee- eaeeoeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee FRQM BLACK ROCK OUR NEXT SERIAL Oh filly nilly you helped me once when I needed helpl I cnnnot forget And fieordle Krnnnlnd Aye laddie laddie Iased out Into the fading light of the early earning Next day BO one went to work for to nil It deemed n snared slay They carried him Into the little church nod there Mr Craig npeke of hl Icing hard fight and of hi final victory for he died without n tear nail I with love to the men who not kanwlnir had been hi deed And there wn no bltterncim In any heart for Mr Craig read the ilory of the bep and told how ajextly he had taken Hilly bamel nut thonuh no woa- dtvegeken It wa there the league urn made again They laid loin under the pine beside howl Mayor nnd the miner threw prig of evergreen late the open grave When llavln obblnic bitterly brnnitht his prlK no one top ped him though nil thought It trance A vre turned to leave the grave the IlKht from the evening inn came softly through the gap In the mountain and nillno the valley touched the tree and the little mound beneath with itlory and I thought of that other glory which 1s brlnhter than the lion nnd vrnn not orry that poor Illlly weary Unlit vrao over nml I could not help agreeing with 0 Craig that It wn there thee 0 league had Its reveuiie iieweeeeeeaoeeeoeeoosoe OOOOOOee90000e00e0e0 0e Srlatlc Itlieamnllam Curnil After Fourteen Year of Suffering I have been nlllictwl with sciatic rheumatism for fourteen years says John Edgar of Germantown Cal I was able to be around but constantly snfferod I tried everything I could hear of and at last was told to try Chamberlains Iaiti and BalmIwhich I did and was re lieved and in a short time cured and I am puppy to say it has not since re turned Why not uso this liniment and get well t It is for sale by S E WELCH JR Necessary Expenses for Twelve Weeks School Tenons who boat themselves ran spend a J much or little im they choose on living expense It par to hale a little extra money orlrct urea booki and other dings lint tlie necessary lI nKi am only as follows To pay tlieflnt dap JAnturHALL School Incidental Fee I 4 60 SI Kx Hospital Fee 2 2S peiuex etc about 200 200 General Deposit 00 do Room table etc 2 00 2 to Fuel and011 260 800 Rent of Laundry First Months Board S 00 5 00 iSKxPenceLaundry so IIJBlclnulug2S7S 2875 Oen1 Deposit returned 1 00 00 Total Expense 13 Weeks 97I7B 37 78 For those below A Grammar deduct the fi for boob and ft from Incidental tee making the total only 55113 When tour gIrl room together each saves It on room and li gr more on fuel making the total only E217a1f classed below A Grammar Fuel is 60 cents more In Winter and cents kfwln Spring term Two room for bousekeeptngwitbu store etc ran uriully bo rented for from II to fi a term The price of a big calf a little tailhark or a raw homespun bedrovers will give a term of achool which will change ouea whole life for thai hurt o leisef Time I have sold Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for years and would rather bo out of coffee anti sugar than it I sold five bottles of it yesterday to threshers that could go no farther and they are at work again this uloruiugH- R 1iiEtrs Plymouth Oklahoma As will bo soon by tho above the threshers wero able to keep on with their work without losiug a single days time You should keep a bottle of this Remedy in your home For sale by S E WELCH JR Three Years in Richmond And out of all the sots of teeth that have boon made at my office if there is one sot or show defects I willmake a new set Tree We are making the rest sot of teeth in the world for 750 and if detects show in Ive freePhishave made or am going to make tho best alloy fills in the world at 75 touts DR HOBSONiDentist Permanently located intbeHobsor Building next door tdGbv eminent Biiilding Richmond Kentucky Reference Richmond National Bank Special Price to Students l THE CITIZEN A Mortgag f On An i Air Castle Bud a dead mans good inten tions are equally worthless to a widow and her orphan children Take out a policy NOW while you can Tith- Vl MI M I MM M I M M Mi The Mutual Life Insurance Company of Kentucky 4iM HHHHI HHHHHHHI1HHIl and provide something SUB STANTIAL for your widow and orphans The New Perfectio- nPolicyincontestable from date of issueis the best life insur ance proposition in the field DAN HUFCK niitrlrt Manager lllrliiunml Kjr- II I0lITaa Olitrlet Agent Itarra llntiklng Company llerea Ky REPAIR THAT LOOM Beren College has secured a marks for homesuun and homewoven goods such as bed coverlids linen dross linsey jeans blankets etc at tollowI inn prices Coverlids 4 to SO Linen 40 to ro rents a yard Dress Liusey 50 cents a yard Jeans GO cents a yard Blankets natural brown wool or barn dyes In pair White linsoy and white blankets are not in demand only on orders Coverlids must be 2 yards 72 inches wide and 2J yards 90 inches long All dyes used must bo old fashioned homo mado dyes Any woman who wants to sellcover lids or homespun to Berea College bhonld find out what the College wants before beginning to weave 01 spin For information apply in per son or by letter to Miss Josephine A Robinson Berea College Berea Ky THE MARKETS Al stream aT A 0 NORMAN A CO CINCINNATI May CATTLECommon 4250 125I Butchers450 625 Shippers590 690I CALVEsChoice 500 fjlJC Large Common300 40- 0HoesCommon575 675I II Fair good light 680 660 Packing685 710I SHEEP Good to choice 475 615 Common to fair 250 465 LAMBS Good to choice 600 700I Common to fair325 ft 610 WUEAT No 2 Red 86 CoRNNo2 mixed New 67 C7J OATS No 2 II 41 451 RTENo 2 63W 61 FLOOR Winter patent 880 d 410 u fancf355 370 Family805 335 MILL FEED 1850 2000 HAYNo1 Timothy12ro 1300 II No2II 1100 1125 No1 Clover 950 r 976 No 2 800 960 POOLTBT Fryers per lb 12 Heavy lions II tI Roosters II 6 Turkey hens II tI Toms Turkeys 7 Ducks Ii EoosFresh near by IfI- I Goose 35 Hlnl sWet salted 7 No 1 dry salt 10 II Bull 6I 61- II Sheepskins 50- TALLOW1riule city 6J Q 7 Country 51 f 3 WOOL Unwashed medium combing 17 18 2TubFEATHERS Geese new nearly white 44 II gray to average 88 42 Duck colored 28 J 85 Chicken white no quills 18 Turkey body dry 12 151 TKituiiiLi Kxrrosiox Of a gasoline stove burned a lady t here frightfully writes N E Pal w mer of Kirkman la The best doctors r couldnt heal the running sore that but Bucklens Arnica Salve 1entirely cured her Infallible for cuts corns Sores Boils Bruises Skin Druggists Diseases and Piles 25c at all t Ry LOCAL AND PERSONAL I I Dont miss Block Rock Strawberries will bo on hand next week Call at the post oflico for your lost umbrella louse and large lot to rent EnI quire al THE CITIZEN OFFICE Grover Fish is on a lair road to re covert from his accident Black Rock to commence in Tilt CITIZEN May 15 is a story wortb reading There is no hotter selected stock ofj shoes in Richmond than that ofj Douglas Crulcher Rev David II Evans D DI Youngstown 0 will preach the baccalaureate sermon this year Miss Lizzie Pigg and Walter Bogiot wore married last Wednesday evei ing at the residence of H JTigg If you want to believe in Tort DEPUAVITY dont read Black Rock to commence May 15 in Tilt CITIZE J M Early was at Richmond Monday He said quite a crowd was present at county court but business generally wos quiet RICO Arnold of Richmond IJO making a specialty of those noted shoes Queen Quality for Wome anti W L Douglas for Men Covington Banks of Itichuiom are making a big bid for trado in mens clothing See their new ad vortisement on first pageIJ M Early of Bicknell Early has purchased from Joe E Johnson his farm on Silver Creek known as the Buck Johnnou place paid 1000 W P Chapman accompanied his molhcr last Tuesday to Cincinnati 0 where she goes to accept a position in the Avondulo Orphanage of colored children Rev E A Potter a former Beret student is pastor of a nourishing church in Mukwaungo Wis 01111I 3eueral Secretary of the SundayI school work in theStstoIRev Mason Jones of Hankla Boyle county was in town ridoyI Mr Jones lived for two years Berea about 15 years ago five of his tons have been students hereIMessrs Bronaugh and Dunn ofI Crab Orchard passed through townI Tuesday morning enroute home fromi Richmond where they had been toI stir up interest in the Crab Orchard fair The lecture Commencement Week at West Point by Rev Dr Curtis f Cincinnati 0 Monday night at the Tabernacle is spoken of by per ions present as the best lecture delivered this year iu Berea Visitors here are much surprised to see such a good printing office as hat of the Students Job Print in so mall a town as Berea The work urned out by Mr L C Hinmau is as rood as any in the State Rev A E Thompson of Lorain 0 whom it will be remembered conducted such successful evangelistic services here a year or two ago is in our town and will speak at the Tabernacle tonight nt 730 The baseball game University of Georgetown vs Berea College was welt attended The playing of both earns was excellent Tho score was Jerea 3 Georgetown 1 The visitors though defeated seemed to enjoy heir visit R M Kuitz Editor of the Union lospel V irjof Cleveland 0 was a isitor to the Spring Convocation of terea College Mr Kurtz paid the Students Job Print and TilE CITIZEN R visit The Union Gospel News has WOOOsubscribers TilE CITIZEN received a letter from Herm Klima of the Government rioting Office Washington D C- Mr Klima saysIITIlI CITIZEN is nproving comes regularly on Satur dny and keeps me well informed about the events of Berea We have the solo agency for Richmond and Madison county for Famous lueen Quality Shoes for Women rices J300 Oxfords 250 A largo assortment of W L Douglas Shoos for Men at250 1300 and 350 Al wayson hand RICE ARNOLD TIlcn- YOND Grover Fish had the misfortune to break his left log below the knee aturduy afternoon Ho was engaged in a practice game of baseball before the calling of tho match be veen the University of Georgetown and Berea College teams and collided with one of the Georgetown men Walter Bogie of Bogie Baker says that the local in last weeks ITIZBN that an indictment had been returned by the grand jury against Dogio Baker for maintaining a nuisance in the town of Boron is not correct Tina CITIZES got its info mation trout the Icwn officials butt have since learned that no indict meut was found Rev Dr Honry M Curtis and wife of Cincinnati who had been in flora since Saturday returned home Tuesday Dr Curtis preached for Bore Church of Christ Sunday morning anti conducted tho Chapel exercise Sunday night Both sermons wore in the Tabernacle Dr Curtis sereI mon Sunday morning was taken from Romans 15 13 It was a good son mon enforcing tho positive obligi lion laid upon Christians to follow instructions laid down in the text If the words of Paul who left this message for us are worthy of notice rind are by authority then the majorI ity of professing Christians pload guilty of systematic ignoring their marching orders OUR COUNTY NEWS Fiscal court convened in Hichmon TuesdayA meeting under the leader ship of Rev Dr Powell of Louisville is in progress at thoLhrislian Church RichmondRev II CroU fieldof Owen boro will deliver the address to theI graduates of Madison Institute Rich nond this yearIPresident J W McGarvoy of tho Bible College of Kentucky University will preach the baccalaureate sermon of Madison Institute May 25 Elba Hill of Valley View diet Friday at his home aged 82 yenrsI Mr Hill was burned in a wild clnorrl ivood coffin made by himself many pears ago- Cattle sold in Richmond last Mon Jay Court Day at 3 cents to 51 cents market slow At Norris DrooI yards there were COO cattle in the pens and at the Madison count yards about 700 Two hundred wore offered for sale but not 110MIA Sundayschool was organized on Sunday April 27 at Valley View 1ev J W Prather of the Disciple Church and Rev Mr Andrea of the resbyterian Church wero present mid assisted in the organization J W Chaney wee elected puporin ondent and Miss S B Wharton lecretary und treasurer Mr Chancy s superintendent of the Sunday cbool at Millers Schoolhouse also rCORRESPONDENCE I ROCKCASTLE COUNTYI DISPUTANTAI Rev Sattluian preached at Clear Crook church ridayT P Abney is visiting relatives on Clear Crook Miss CJ Reynolds visited her cousin Miss Pearl L Abney recently Miss Mary Owens of Orlando was here isiting relatives last Sunday Mr and Mrs A Eversole matte business trip to Climax Saturday Mr und Mrs C IOgg of Borea and B Kin iardvisited Mr and Mrs W C Ogg Apr 27Mrs James Henry who was thrown tram her horse recently was 1I0t seriously injurodMrs James Iroucher is recovering from a recent loess Mrs Sallie Knuckles who has been seriously ill is convalescent Henry Simpson and Charlie Shearer visited on Davis Branch last Su- ndayMrs W A Hammond and little daughter Nora have boon visit ing friends in Madison county Mr and Mrs Abe Shearer took their lit- tie daughter Eliza age 3 years to Borea last week for surgical treat tentTho infant child of Houston owlelt died May 1 the burial was at Scaffold Cane cemetery Miss arlha Roberts visited friends at Derea Saturday and SundayMr James Reynolds and daughter mado a flying trip to Berea Saturday GARRARD CUNTY PAINT LICK Sherman West has taken employ mont with IL L Jonnings it Co for tho remainder of the yearThe Paint Lick Y M C A is growing in interest and spirituality Tho reading room of the association is a great leasing to all who need a quiet hour Tho third quarterly conference of- tho CollegoHill circuit M E Churchill bo held at Walnetta church unday May 25 Rev E B Hill P E will preside At the close of school at Manaeon Friday April 2J- an interesting program was rendered bliss Fanny Doty teacher OWSLEY COUNTY ISLAND CITY Chester Mainous was here visiting pril26W J Blake has purchased a new camera Newly Peters have Il good stock of merchandise at the mouth of McGuirlAunt Nancy Qwmau one of Owsloysbost women is visiting friends horn The Sunda school at Oak Grove Is pros porous and wo ar6 glad David Bowman III working energetically to make a crop Arthur Bryant visited a spec friend Inst Sunday EVERSOLE Our farmers are working with will Thoro was meeting last Sui day at Midway pchoolhoiiHu ami till atteudanco was largo Charlie Re carnefltlM sumlly1Iil81Hattio your Friday Lewis Oipsou ill achy trustee and road overseer Ho has the wishes for success in his of all who travel tho roads or ol1icesI goodschoolBill Reynolds business for Uncle SanBon ou81 dog went mad but was killed blur much damngo jlGABBARO L F Cole nUll C B Gabber have been burning oil their IIOW grounds this ycolcMrs C B Moore visited Mrs C 13 Gabbar Sunday Mrs Juicy F Gab bani and two little daughter Pearl nlltl Lucy visited Mr and Mrs Leandi Reynolds at her old homestead darMr IL W Minter wife sun children viskid relatives at Boone villo Saturday mud Sunday Mr lillI tors mother and Mrs Minters lathe came homo with them MraMinter lather stain only n few days but Mi Minters mother will stop all week Whenever you want a paper worl your time to roml one which gives nil the news in u uulHholl1 just sub tcribo 50 cents and get TUG CITIZE i year The farmers am very bUllY this week plowing and planting corn We had a delightful rain Monday which started things growling III aruesU Thoro isnt a very promia rig prospect for fruit this yearr Colo had n Hue steer die this soekif eating ianous buds MADISON COUNTY PEYTONTOWN Rev G W Hamblin of Philade this Pa was a guest with your cor respondent Salurdry and Sunday ind preached nt our church Sumll- YnightItevG U Miller prvaclax the anniversary sermon of our Good lamnritaus last Sunday evening at clockOur Sunday school had ar atornslfng session last Sunday Rev S M Watts gave a good exposition if the lesson and Rev Mr Hamblii avornd the school with a flue al- ldre88J C Burnham of Beron writ with us Sunday night J B Miller i Richmond was hero last Sunday Albert Whitewho has been very ill is on the road to recovery Mist Lucy Martin is staying with Mrs T J Jones Mrs Sallie Jenkins mill lisa Ella wont to Richmond Satur tiny A Fine Property FOR SALE A Storehouse 20 ft by ro ft with two rooms 20 ft by 25 fl above withI 3room cottage adjoining on routing on hesluut street and next to Bicknell Early store lot rho- lot is 100 feet wide running back to- tho street north For prices and terms apply to J L IAV Berea or B F OAr Lowell ICy e tJ PRIZES FOR HOMEDYED YARNS To revive tho art of HOME DTEINH wool and cotton Bores College is offering a list of prizes for homo dyed colton chain and wool yarn in yellow reon red black brown and indigo blue as follows For one cut number 400 cotton chain or 25 threads wool yarn coarse sough for coverlid weaving and spun 00 hand wheel IhT IMIZI 8HII IltllK- uligo Blue dark 4lneliurn 2 00 00 If light ellow 100 50 Light Grcou 1 00 50 Brown 1 00 50 Madder Rod 00 6 Tine dyes must be homo mado an not commercial dyes and tho receip- sal in dyeing must be given In writ log with each color Tho College reserves the right tog ivo Bocondclass prizes of any color where no Arst class dyeing is offered Prizes will bo awarded at the Homo spun Fair on Commencement Day Juno 4 1902 Send the yarn by Linel to MISS JOSEPHINE A ROBINSON Boroa Ky u Ohio College of DentalSurgery OfnenlistryI 10ICentral Aye and Court Street CIHCINHATIrO DR fENNERS KIDNEY an- dBackache EBladderJont become dUcouraced There It a cute for you IlurreraryrrtleUr rnmr lIt lit tlUIW rnrtnq Jllt anal camMnHjium tlltunwltuttuns A gravel ulnldrr Aflci luliiKa fry botthert UrPemeru Kuinvj iiiul llaUuln iutv 11 nc n iiratrl half u prerrataitattlerWTUXKKs Urrls Va nrupslKi Mr II A k rurioik Ikek Free ISTVITUSDANCE Cur Cltvulnr III fur Ir Kmlunla N of Bread is the Staff iniOUD and Brawn Blood In every of Tints COILEOK was organized in 18 1C and the 57th Annual Session begins about October 1st lJ02 Three sessions of seven mouths each are required for graduation This is the first Dental established In tine Went It is co educational and has a teaching corps of instructors Its buildings are modern until adnpted to the requirements of modern dental education and its clinics aro unsurpassed Optional Spring mid Courses in clinical iiititruclions are also given Fees aro 100 each session For informa tion suit Announcement mldnwi II A Smith I n SI Dean 111 Place Cincinnati Ohio 1 The r to soil INK a journal for advertisers puulitthed weekly at live dollars n year it touches the and of Advertising auu is highly unUtnud by tine most successful udvortUoni in this Great coot mission allowed IltlNTKILV INK ID spruce slNew yuck IIfitted into the work of the Law SchoolI School Medicine will have a 8 1902 The college course may into the work of the Medical School In Either School tlu last year of the college work is taken in connection with the first year of the work IF TttliSli YOU Send for a circular the Law Courses or Medical in Tim Oil of Always Reliable Brain well Fall Wanted Bciouco couulr1rand Session June profvftiionnl ANNOUNCIib1INIS INTIIUST describing Courses UNIVERSITY CWCACO CHICAGO UfcTI- IUKIIOKCIIAVC Strength PRINTERS Chicago College Dental Surgery DtrsnrauI d Uki ftrut Idrtnftr Annual Course l tIWC Inuntcr the courw of iutrutnw In tlJnMI U oocetMir to roUr tie roinliix IWCHUJ as a four rear cimtxi will llicratfltr CiJIrw Imlllln sal iulptnrntotter umnrpuetfacilllle alhedental tiilrut Put nti nnrainrnl sal doxrlptif beklet iddreu IDR TRUMAN W BROPHY Dean Wood Harrison Sts cAsoI and What has made Kentucky Famous Tine soil of the Bluegrass Section ol Kentucky inns made tine Stale famous tint world over for Beautiful women fast and large men WHY Because of those special proportion which go to make drone sinew and muscle Tho bones and sinew nf our race horses are not larger than those of others but are marvelously strong and tough being wonderful for power and vigor It is u well known fact that racehorso mon from all sections find it uecfisaary to send their horses back to Kentucky once in a while Tho wheat growing iu this section has absorbed from Iho soil all those 0vitalizing properties which aro not shown in so great adegreoiu ninny of this wheat and careful qualitiestnutritious Hour over produced Families whoso daily brood is made from OBELISK FLOUR thrive and are healthy the children into manly mon and womanly women Health and Muscle pound Obelisk Flour College twenty Garfiuld Canvasser practico Address SumnwrI of Il1c1 horses develop BUY IT AT WELCUSif