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I REV JOHN DODWELL Mgr An Independent Weekly With Btrvnc SUIT of Devoted to tbo Entend alllc j- t0ElttIIIQUofII4llf ouleiiti at Iltna THE CITIZEN THE HOME lutercfita FARM of A SCHOOL 60 CENTS A YEAR VOL III A Family Pnpor BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MAY 15 1902 Fifty cents n year NO 17IIDEAS J Ho who sows his land trusts in Gah No one is nearer heaven by bolong ing to the upper ten With good caro 100 fowls may be kept on nu acre of land Short logged fowls fatten quickest und thoy art not so likely to fly over into tho garden an some others Save potato peelings and other vegetable tiimmlugfl and boil thorn for your chickens mixing a little bran or meal TAKE NOTICE Rev C W lliatt u prominent minister of Cleveland 0 will preach at the Tabernacle next Sunday morn mug at II oclock Roy C W Hinttof Cleveland 0 will conduct Chnpol services in the Tabenmulo Sunday night nt 780 FROM THE WIDE WORLD There are fiftyone women to forty nine men in Switzerland- It is staid that jwaco will bo proI claimed between the Boom and Brit ish May JO The Legislature of Newfoundland has provided liberally for tho iiihtalln tiou of a cold utorage system for the liNhoriesol tho colon A most horrible and devastating disaster has occurred in tho West Indies On May 8 a volcano of Ml Peleo on tho i hind of Martniitie boo longing to Franco commenced to omit Ore boiling mud and red hot nlonos snit destroyed St Pierre a town of 10000 people completely wiping it away Neighboring towns have been destroyed by molten lava and tho loan of life is witiinatod at DOOOO The crater was still active at latent reports IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Tho St Louis Louisiana Purchase Imposition net to Ira holt next year halt been postponed to 1001 Hear Admiral William Thomas Sampson was buried Friday lost Tho interment was at Arlington cemetery Washington D C According to a Baptist publication Booker T Washington was a Baptist t j then a Congrrgationalist and at last account is a Unitarian Tho first colored millionaire of the United States recently died in Phila delphia Pa leaving tho bulk of his fortune to educational and religious itlltitutiODB On Monday CongreM by a vote of 100 to 0 punned bill to appropriate 1200000 for the relief of tho volcano suflVrorH in tho great calamity in tho West Indies e A naphtha explosion in tho Pan Handle Railroad Ynids at Pitlsburg Pa Monday killed 20 moon and seri ously injured 200 others of whom three fourtlns are uxprclcd to the 1Apassenger train of nino cars of the C Missouri River Railroad was run recently from Eckloy to W ray Cola distance of 14 8 miles r In U minutes or 9860 miles anihour t COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Tho Baptist College at Pinoville has suspended for lack of funds and slmlontfl Rev Goo O Barnes tho notorious 4evangelist who hUll undergone as many changes of creed the weather w that variations has in his 76th year 4gone over to Elijah Dowie and is to o ordained an older in Dowios i church soon Prof W U Council President of i Tallcga A bL Normal College Ala- i bama will deliver tho closing addrens nt the Bluo Grass Normal and Indus trial School Koouo Jesuamiue coup ty Thursday Juno 10 1002 Prof Councill will npoak In Lexington on 0 tho 20th and at the A M E Colored 4Church Richmond on the night of Professor Felix Kerrick of thoLou isville Manual Training High School In a lecture to two divisions of tho t freshman close on tho morning of the eruption of Mt Poleo only a few hours before tho awful disaster oc iLeurrel nrpdirtnd that within forty hours there would bo a violent volcanic explosion on tho Island of Martinique basing the prediction on conditions in tho island and scientific calculation KENTUCKY EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIATION And tho Hon progresslve Teacher by McCarty Superintendent of Oridod Schools Hopkins vllle Kentucky Tim nou progressive teacher has not yet heard of tho volt mooting of the Kentucky Educational Associa tion In fact it is doubtful whether ho knows that there is such au aeso elation Heretofore ho has had no use for It Nevertheless it is with him and it will hold the next meet ing in tho beautiful city of Lexington on June 21 25 and 20 1102 The first session will bo held at 2 oclock in the afternoon of tho 21th but the nonpro grossivo teacher will not bo there for ho does not sew what good it will do him He knows it would hurt his footings to be there for things uncom plimentary him will bo said Why should ho wish to go whore his fool ings will ho hurt This Bfttaiou of tho association will continue three days Tho railroads havo granted the very low rote of one faro for tho round trip Round trip tickets will bo sold at all coupon stations in tho State on Juno 23 and 21 and will bo good for the return trip until tho 27th These tickets will bo complete when received by time pur chasers and no certificates need be secured But all of this is lost on tho uonprogroflsivo trachcr lIe is not going Ho has no time Ho expects to spend tho ummor selling lightning rods and during time week of the meeting ho will probably bo filling an engagement to empty dinner plates for tho great nephew of his grandfathers brother The good people of the city of Lexington are making great preparations for the reception of the teachers who como and and nil will bo made to enjoy themselves as thoy have not in many years either at an association or elsewhere A fund of three or four hundred dollars is in process of col lection already to defray tho expenses of this feature of tho meeting and att tho citizens of Lexington never do anything by halves tho members of tho association may foul auto of tho most royal treatment It is too bad that the nonprogronsivo teacher can not bo thero too It would give him now ideas of the esteem in which live teachers are hot by livo people in this year 1902 HAVIS TWO ruoM IIKATII Our little daughter had an almost fatal attack of whooping cough and bronchitis writes Mra W K Hal land of Armonk N Yt but whom all other remwHcs failed wo saved her life with Dr Kings Now Dis covery Our niece who had Cousump tion in an advanced stage also used lhl wonderful medicine and today she is perfectly well Desperate throat and lung diseases yield to Dr Kings Now Discovery as to no other cinn on earth Infallible for coughs anti colds 0o and 100 bottles guaranteed by all drugstores Trial free A LIBERAL REWARD Lost on Monday morning between Boma and tho spring on Big Hill a ladY8 small oponfaco gold Swiss watch no chain attached Tho name Evlyn Curtis was engraved on tho inside of the case A literal reward will bo paid to anyone bringing tho above watch to President Frost Boron Ky PRIZES FOR HOMEDYED YARNS To revive tho art of Hum DYKINO wool and cotton Berea College is of fering a list of prizes for homodyed cotton chain iinu yarn in yellow green sal black brown and indigo duo an follows For one cut number 400 cotton chain and 25 threads wool yarn course enough for coverlid weaving and spun ou hand wheel IRWK PRIIK fII2 00 1 00 Yellow 100 60 Light Green 1 00 iiO Brown 100 W Madder Red 1 00 fjQ Tho dyes must be homo made cud not commercial dyes iimMho wratIingThe College reserves tho right to givo Bccondclass prizes of any color whore no firstclass dyeing is offered DUy1JunoJune 1 to MISS JOSEPHINE A ROBINSON Berea ICy WONT FOLLOW AltVIOK AFTKII lAYI 11Ia prominent says to impossi ble for tho physician to get his pati eats to carry out any prescribed course of hygiene or diet to tho small eat extent ho has but ono resort left namely the drug treatment When medicinosaro used forchronlc consti pation the most mild and gentle obtainable such as Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets should bo employed Their use is not followed by constipation as they leave tho bowels in n natural and healthy con dition For sale by S E WELCH Jn q ANNOUNCEMENT Wo are authorieod to announce Goo D White of Richmontlas candi dato for Circuit Clerk of Madison county subject to tho action of time Democratic party Wo ore authorized to announce Roy C White as candidate for Circuit Court Clerk in Madison county sub ject to tho action of time Democratic partyIfl In lnlcE Fun SALEAbout 250000 fir tclass brink very hard Will sell nil or part to suit purchaser Tho brick play bo seen on my farm near Whites Station Address or call on Gtx D White Richmond Ky or see mini on the faun MliVKN YKAKS IN IIII Will wonders over cease inquire the friends of Mrs L Pease of Lawrence lau They knew she lied been unable to leave her bed in seven years on account of kidney and liver trouble nervous prostration and general debility but Three bottles of Electric Bitten enabled me to wolksho writes and in three months I full like a now person Women suffering from Headache Backache Nervousness Sleeplessness Melan choly Fainting and Dizzy Spoils will find it a priceless blessing Try it Satisfaction is guaranteed At all druggists Only 60c ThiB will save your Life By Inducing you to use Dr Kings DiscoveryFor Consumption Coughs and Colds Tho only Guaranteed Cure DruggistCURESQripWhooping Cough Pneumonia or anlAffection of th Throat and Lungs FREERegular FOR HANDMADE FANCY WOODWORK in hats sunbonnets fancy baskets of all descriptions napkin rings in all colors Send your orders to MISSES M AND L CARTER BKKKA KENTUCKT Prices very reaionable and all work well mule a AO Dont Use- Spectacl es Unless you need them and if you use thorn bo sure they fit your needI will givo thorough examination with the above instrument WEE or CIIAROC which always indicates the correct glasses to use It you dont need glasses I will tell you so T A Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main St Berea KLy n n ESTABLISHED 1863 IMADISON WORKSH- ead stones urns monu ments and marble and gran its work of all kinds Prices governed by quality of material Prices reasonable Only firstclans work done All work guaranteed J T Hamilton Prop IRICHMOND Ky MAIN STREET Opposite Blniiton Coal Yard 2 s BO YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADE MAAaa- DLsiGNa COPYRIGHTS Ac tirone tending KlHfh nd Inxrtritlon ma ronniti our oriiiMxi tm ahM a liiTontlmt pnthniiir ptwdi miinnnln tkhtICt rlnhalteldlalItc1a1 Imem tfit Irn Oldest ene tf mtiu tmikuuI- AIMIU llmi tliniueb Mnnu 1 to rllrjxflal natal wit hoot rhneeIn its Scientific jntierican handsomely lllmtrttf1 wretlr Ierrel ear nlMtun rf anf Kiemfle lourtui Term la JHT roarnrantlull e nedeusri YgtrHrseeh IMIINT MtUIlY yon MOMKV The Boston man tho lately marri ed a sickly rich young woman is jngsNowperfect health Infallible for Jaun dice Biliousness Malaria Fever and Ague and all Liver and Stomach Only25on n no Robinson the Jewelers Special 25 Cent Package Sale Commencing Friday May HO antI continuing to June a 1002 I will hold a SPECIAL 25 CENT PACXAGE SALE OF JEWELRY Tho packages will contain articles of jewelry taken from my stock ranging in value from 25 cotta to SI per o none loss than 25 cents full value The packages will be soalldof varlttt si csndcontonts wha- ttrT contain cannot be known until opened The packages will bo dis played in my show window At 8 n m Friday May 30 the sale will commence A grand prize u LADYS GOLD FILLED WATCH guaranteed ton 10 years will be given away in this sale A card having number tvbe in each package One of tho numbers will correspond with HankingCompanythe person holding the card corresponding to the number hold by Mr Porter will Ladys Fine watch No person not oven Mr Porter or myself can possibly know which package will draw the Grand Prize which will bo given with a package of jewelry fully worth its cost for 25 cents BLAIIKSEvery v aro worth SI Sale commences May 80 800 a ra and closes Juno B T A ROBINSON JEWELER Main Street Berea Ky t PICK YOUR SUIT From our great stock of reliable clothing All styles sizes and prices for your selection At 5 6 650 At 15 18 20 Youll find plenty of neat sereA grand of extrafine vic ahlu suits the very best in suitshantinode throughout fit any market at the price and hold their shape in faultless style and satisfy the finest dresser At 8 SIO 1250in the land A great collection of flue all wool suits perfect in every detail Special sizes for all fihapes and and tho most generous values ever a tailor to alter when necessary in offered In Central Kentucky sure a perfect fit in every case Covington Banks KENTUCKYId OUR SPRING STOCK of Fine Saddles Carriage and Buggy Harness Is full and complete Our Prices aro tho lowest consistent with good material and work manship For the farm work our Collars homes Backhands Chains etc are lower in prico than usual Come and see me TJ MOBERLY RICHMOND KY Successor to J T McClintock Main St Opposite Court House DR M E JONES Dentist MillineryStore Office DaysThursday Friday and Saturday of each week Special Notice to Our leade- rThiwr U on file nt the odlce of The Chi cago J tiler Otvan 1U6KIK110 Kut Monroe gtrcrt tmnigu where our rentiers will be courteously erwtcd who milT rare to rail upon The Inter Ocean for a tour of Inspection and ilghtteclng through IU migiilficenl building In which ran bo found every inwlmnlc and rlentltlc Im provement of the ge In connection with the neetu of a great newspaper It u a rare treat to anyone IntenIIClt IlIlht IIJftt and lmuid bo taken ailrantaxu of RICHMOND I IIJames Racer Bro are our agents in Berea Same prices in Berea as Richmond MEAT MARKET I reopened the Meat Mar ket on Main Street Fresh Meats Dressed Poultry and Vegetables in SeasonM RAMSEY Berea Ky Fair Dealing Pays And that is one reason our business is increasing We sell you in a way to bring us your Future Trade and that of your friends spring Styles for 1902 New Rockers Ladies Desks Couches Dining and Bedroom Furniture and many attractive articles to make tho home comfortable Picture Framing Carpets Malting Rugs UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY Night Phone 66 JO S JOPLIN Richmond Ky The Radcliffe hoei 1 Is the only have OK ings Shoe in town Our Wall Paper ANDLliltJ SELY CHEAP BiCKNELL EARLY oNfN saeweeeseeeoe atesoeooee Douglas I Crutcher have a fine line of i Sumjmerenjoy showing you their goodsISEE THEIR LATEST IN OXFORDS e NN NNNSNSKMeaNOa eaeaaeaeNliI J r I THE CITIZEN THE SUNDAY SCHOOI LESSON VII SECOND QUARTER INTERNATIONAL SERIES MAY 18 Text of the Ion Ada xlll 11 Mrmorj Pens n Golden Tesl 3lntl xxvlll lt Commentary llr I nrrd ItJ Rev D M Strnrns Copyright 1002 by American Tress Ass elation Now there were In the church that waa nt Antioch certain prophets anj teachers Then follow the names of Ilnrnnbn cud three others und Saul Ilnrnalm nut Saul having continued n who year at Antloch teaching much people were afterward sent to Jerusalem with the offering for the needy brethren III Judwn xl L030 In duo titan ther returned having fulfilled their tulssloi und brought with them John Mark sot of Mnry Hnmabns sister at whos house the prayer meeting had been held on behalf of Peter chapter xII 12 2 ColIv 10 2 As they ministered to the Lord and fasted the Holy Ghost said Separate me Burnabas and Saul for the work where- unto I have rolled them To stand before God and serve Illn and minister unto Him II Chron xxlx 111 should be the attitude anti dull life of every Christian the most ordl nary work of the dally routine done to Ills glory I Cor x ai As linrnnbn und Saul lived this consecrated life with fasting giving more attention to the soul than the body the Holy Spirit gills this m to n special work which lie has for them Enh II 101 There III real rest In allowing God to manage Ult nil work out In us Ills pleasure 3 And when they had fasted and prayed and laid their hands on them they sen them away The overindulgence of the body III any way Is not consistent with a hold life Thnt which Is sulllclent fur health both will bless Hut the health of tin tonl communion with God n delight In Ills will und readiness to do It fillet with Ills Spirit for Ills service If thli Is earnestly desired It will be ours PR- Ixh 110 and we shall be channel whereby God reveals Himself t So they being sent forth by the Holy Ghost departed unto Seleucla and front thence they sailed to Cyprus Like Moses leading Israel or build Ing the tabernacle or like David glv lag Solomon the plans for the temple 01 like Soap building the ark they have no say In the matter but are wholly under the guidance and control of the Holy Spirit R And when they were at Salamis they preached the word of God In the lInn gogues of the Jews Salamis was at the end of Cyprus nearest to Seleucla while Iuphos of the next verso was nt the western end Their mission was by the word of God In the power of the Spirit to proclaim the good news concerning Jesus Christ und at once they set about it their regular cuatcu being to begin with the Jews Rota IU Acts 20 xlll In L And when they had gone through the Isle unto Paphos they found a certain sorcerer a false prophet a Jew whose name was BarJesus The devil has hits servants everywhere and they are not Idle If the servants of Christ were ns busy sow- Ing the good seed as the devils servants are busy sowing tares how much more quickly the gospel might be given to every creature 7 The deputy of the country called for Darnabas and Saul and desired to hear tho word of God It is restful to know that where God wants ills mes sage proclaimed lIe will give an open door which no one can shut Rev 9 8 But Elymas the sorcerer withstood them seeking to turn away the deputy from the faith A preacher should know that It there Is no resistance to his preaching it may be because the devil fears no harm to his kingdom from it and he should consider and see If he Is preaching that which God bids him In the power of the Holy Spirit 9 Then Saul who also Is called Paul filled with the Holy Ghost set his eyes on him Mere is a face to taco encounter be tween a servant of Christ and a servant of Satan Paul filled with tho Holy Ghost reminds us that we are commanded to be filled with the Spirit Eph v 181 and we should expect It to be always so with us saying ns Mary said Be It unto me according to Thy word Luke M This Is the first time that Saul Is called Paul and It IH interesting to notice that the dep utys name Is Paulus 100 full of ell subtlllty and all mischief thou child of the devil thou en emy of all righteousness wilt thou not cruse to pervert the right ways of the 7 Peter was enabled by the Spirit to read the hearts of Ananias and Sap phlrii chapter v 3 0 Thus plainly Jesus spoke to the self righteous Jews telling them that they were of their father the devil Johu vlll 441 Some would say that this was not very lib oral but God gives no permission to bo liberal with the devil or his doctrines 1L And now behold the hand of the Lord Is upon thee and thou ohult be blind not seeing the sun for a season Immediately It came to pass as Paul by the Spirit said and be sought for Hume one to lead him by tho hand Ills outward condition was now a sign of tjio condition of his soul he was doubly blind 12 Then the deputy when he saw was done believed being whatI the doctrine of the Lord Theo sorcerer had probably surprised him by some wonderful things but heI bad never seen anything like this If we would commend Christ to others It must be by such manifestation of Ills power In us as will make It clear that lIe Is greater than Satan that Ills Joys tore greater than those the world can give and that a life with Rim li truly excellent RELIGIOUS THOUGHT npiu airnnrd Prom the Trncliln nf All Dpnonilnntlolm Apart from Christ we can do noth lingRev Dr Cm man CoiiRresatlo nllst Hrooklyn- Teinplvil Ileonnne llnilerimlil Many a man has yielded to tempt tlon liecauso bo was tnulerpalil He A C llane Methodist Sun Franclsct Oar Atlllndr Ttnvnrtl Life It Is certain that the good of life herl and now depends upon our attitude to ward tRev Dr David Utter CIII tarlnn DenverA Word llcllcloii Is obedience It Is a healltl ful mid precious word and means all It says Rev Alouzo Monk Methodli Atlanta Ga noeIDtion NeIRegeneration Is necessary If we are to escape the corruption anti pollutli that are In the world Rev Martin B Illrtl Congregntlonallst St Louis InlrlollKni n JloVal force Patriotism should be a moral fore teaching us never to net so our country may be ashamed of usRev 11 Forrest E Dager Episcopalian 1hlli dolphinMnccnrtl of the Crnii The magnetism of the cross Is strop grr today than ever before Christ 011 the cross draws us because of our nee Rev Dr II G Henderson Methi ills St Louis rrlnolplc Not Srntlinrnl- Rollglon Is a principle and nut a set tlment It Is something to take pORI session of the man and actuate his whole ilfeItev Dr Hrouchton lhq list Atlanta fiu- Th Onr Safe Course A man only Involves himself 11I0re and more In evil when he starts out on u wrong course There Is but one Ife course It Is thnt of the strictest hot espyRev J L Davis Congregatlona 1st Akron O Pitted Aualnit Inch Other Good and evil tire pitted against Ilch other The tight has really Just bcgut nnd the struggle will bu a long out Hut It Is In the nature of things thnt the moral Idea will prevail Dr Fell Adler Ethical Culture New York The nest Surlrly Society should be regarded as an la element for strcKgthenlug and sprout Inn religion philanthropy learning nnd good morals This Is Indeed the true society It U the best socletHl Dr Henry C McCook Presbyteriat Ihllndelphlu Religion h Life Religion Is not a thing the world can do without Some good people seem to consider It a sort of veneer very nice but not necessary admirable In thl wardrobe but entirely unnecessary Title Is all wrong Religion Is bread It IH life for It is the stair of lIfeHe Frank G Tyrrell Christian St Louis Drawing and holding Mrn The greatest genius that ever hive would full to hold men to the church by schemes and Inventions but the great heart of God beating In a con gregatlon of saved men nnd women am In a pulpit on fire with the enthuslusn of the passion for men will draw then arid hold them Rev Dr John Eo White Baptist Atlanta Ga New nail of Reform The belief of our age is In the soil dnrlty of our race and Its power to become the exhibit of the life of God In this we find a new basis for reform for it convicts of sin all of those whi are In any way tailing honorably ant justly to use their powers to benefit thi social body of which they are n parU Rev William M Markus Chicago The Chief Concern In the days to come our children and grandchildren will not ask what con fesslons of faith their fathers wrote or what were the forma under which they worshiped and did their work but they will be most concerned with wastieelopedticesRev Dr Edward U Pollard Baptist Washington Not an Innntarnl Life A Christian life Is not an unnatural life It Is life as God wants it to be It Is life from God In God and for God It Is the fulfillment of what eternal loop has decreed for us Sin has dwarfed this life and shamed It nnd sent evil spirits to crawl across It and the forked hoofs of devils to sink down through ItRev Dr W J McKlttrlck Presbyterian St Louis Itpponxlrr Sympathy The most sensitive soul ever In the world was the Christ The more like tutu we become the more burdens we bear The more tightly the strings of in Instrument nre drawn the more vl brant it Is to the touch of the musl elan The tenser the soul In Its devo Lion to the Lord the easier the burdens reach us the more ready our respon sive sympathy Rev Alonzo Monk Methodist Atlanta Ga Duty and Ilramirr A true Christian finding his way to glory through the sad and hard as well is the joyous experiences of life always nndcr the conviction that God and the angels will come with assist once at his call presents an ideal r work well done of sorrows brave borne nnd of a heart at pence because fury and pleasure are two words for the same thing Rev George II Hep worth Congrcgatlonnllst New York The MlnBloii of Art With the most ardent devotee of ashlon I plead for the beautiful Arts the hope of the tolling multitude is It Is the joy of the cultivated It la the highway that leads to God But art Is not fashion and art rests on ilmpllclty nnd never violates the prln lple of fitness Every bonnet as well ns every cathedral must have a back round of mwnllty by which Its artls Jc quality nust be tested Rev Jen kin Lloyd Jones Episcopalian Chlca to A FENCE OR AN AMBULANC Twas a dangerous cliff as they freelY confoued Though to walk near Its crest was pleasant But over Its terrible edge there had slit cd A duke and full many a penxnnt So the people said something would have to bo done nut their projects did not nt all tally Some saltl Put a fence round the eclae of the cliff Some An ambulance down In the ley Put the cry for tho ambulance corned the day For It ppread through the netchborln city A fence may be useful or not It Is true nut each heart became brimful of pity For those who slipped over that danger- oUs cliff And the dwellers In highway and alley Gave pounds or gave pence not to put up a fence slut an ambulance down In the valley For the cliff Is nil right If youre careful they said And It folks oven slip and are dropping It Isnt the slipping trot hurts them much As the shock down below when theyr stopping So day after day as these mishaps or curred Quick forth would these rescuers sally To pick up the victims who full off the huff With their ambulance down In the valley But n sensible few who arc practical too Will not bear with eueh nonsense much longer They believe that prevention Is better than cure And thvlr party will soon be the strop ger- Encourage them then with your puree voice and And while other philanthropists dally They will worn all pretense and put a stout fence On the cliff that hangs over the valley netter guide well the young than rrclflli them when old For the voice of true wisdom Is calling To rescue the fallen Is good but tis but To prevent other people from falling Better close up the source of temptntloi and crime Than deliver from dungeon or galley letter put it strong fence round the op of the cliff Than an ambulance down In the volley Joseph Statins AN EDUCATIONAL ADVANCE MnciinrtitKirtl 1rlmnry Siliooli tnT Itnvr n Temperance Cuore It Is encouraging to note Unit tltl temperance and eductitlonnl forces In certain parts of our country sre lima estly striving to come to n mutual tin dorstnndlng nnd upprwlntlnn say The Union Signal Thin Is ptirtleuliu ly true In Massachusetts All evl deneed by n recent letter from Mrs Kutherlne Lente Stevenson preside of the W C T U which pays Kor nearly three years there have hen working quietly n committee ot twelve sx from the educational nm six from the representative temper unco societies They have held meet lugs at not Infrequent Intervals ant have Just decided upon a course ot study which they will recommend to the primary schools of the state While this course has waived somi of the points of method which the W C T U and other societies hart heretofore earnestly urged It stand solidly for the subject matter of iota abstinence as taught from the standpoint of physiology and hygiene any Lnnnot fall to recommend itself to tbi conservative forces nil over the state To have agreed upon this course ol study after the differences of 1819 Is of far greater moment than what Is agreed upon and both sides hall tub agreement with joy as a prophecy ol better more harmonious work In days to come REBUKE FOR A KING loir Dr Parker Censured Ilrrruiiik Ing Ruler of Knulnnd In a sermon at the City temple Lon don Rev Joseph Parker administer lug a pointed rebuke to ling Edward who brewed some beer while vlsltlni lord Burton said Pray for me tint I may speak dell ately loyally If the king brews beer what can bo wrong In the subject drinkIng It What the king does it likely to be Imitated by others Speaking of Sunday concerts Dr Par klr said that the king could go to one- ot them yet he could not attend a non conformist place of worship This re nark brought cries of Shame Dr Parker continued If the king who Is the bead of the ihurch and defender of the faith via ate the English Sunday what can the icople do but follow in his steps I Yould rather give a great sum In gold lulu appear to be disloyal but I cannot llQ disloyal to Christ and It Is better lint some things should be sail King Edwards brew at Ilurlonon Trent will be when matured according to those who should know the stron Jest she ever brewed at Burton and not u drop of the 100 barrels containing time Iquld will be touched for twenty years Xccpt for the purpose of testing Deer Production In Germany The production of beer in the German umpire during the year ended March 31 1001 was 1800024800 gallons The inports of foreign beer mostly Pllsen heer from Bohemia probably were 14 SUOOO gallons and the exports of eruian beer amounted to 21172800 ullons The estimated consumption of beer per capita of population was 1322 uarts for tho whole of the empire lho government revenues derived from the manufacture of beer In Germany mounted to 22715070 A Clever Temperance Detective Miss Jean Geddes n young Scotch omnn Is employed ns a detective Jy- tbe Antlsaloon league of New Jersey Sbe lies been signally successful In souring convictions for violation of the nnday closing law and Belling liquor to minors rH H 1 IHHHHH HI USEFUL HINTS Cool rain water and soda will roo move machine grease front wnslmb fabrics Fish may bo scaled much easier hy dipping into boiling water about a Initiate Kerosene will soften boots or shOO that havo been hardened by wate and render them as pliablo as now Did you over try brickdusl to clean agalewaro It is less expensive than other articles Hold for such purpose and far more effectual Kerosene will make tin kettles all bright as taw Saturate a woolo rag and rub with it It will also roo move stains from tho clean varnishe furniture Blue ointment anti kerosene mixc in equal proportion anti applied to the bedsteads is an unfailing bedbu remedy nuda coat of whitewash ill ditto for the walls of a log house Waste In Cooking Professor Marshall tho note English economist rolinmtPB thnt SiOOOOOOOO is spent annually by Iho British working classes for thing that do nothing to snake their IheA nobler or truly happier At the last meeting of tho British Association the president in an address to the economic section expressed his belie that the simple item of fools vast alone would justify the above tueutioi col estimate Ono potent cause or waste today is that very ninny or tho women having been practical brought up in factories do not know how to buy economically and nro neither passable cooks nor good house keepers It hiss been estimated that in the United State thv waste fror bad cooking alone is over 1000000 000 n year WILLIAM MATTHEWS In Success How to Sew on Buttons It is probable that tho average we man hicks she knows how to sow buttons on in the right way but the chances are that she never hearth of tho best way so this lilllo story rrom an exchange is given to enlighten her When I get a bright idea I alway want to pass it along saida thrift housewife as she flat watching young girl sowing Do your button ever come off Evert Thoyro always doing it They are ironed ofT washed off ant pulled off until I despair I seem to sited buttons at every stop Make use of those two hints whet you are sewing them on thou ant sell if they inako any difference When you begin before you lay the button on tho cloth put the thread through so that tho knot will bo ou the right side That loaves it undo the button and prevents its being worn or ironed away and thus beginning the loosening process Thou before you begin sewing lay a larg pin across tho button so that all you threads will go over the pin Afle you have finished filling the hole with thread drew out your pin am wind your thread round anti rouut beneath tho button That makes 0 compact stem to sustain tho possible pulling and wear of the buttonhole It is no exaggeration to say that mj buttons never wine off and Im surf yours wont if you use my method o sewing Whooping Cough A woman who has had oxperionc l1roentBnyshe Bays Our whooping cough last summer our baby boy being only three months oldand mvinir to our giving thin ha mberlain ough Remedy they lost none of their plumpness and amo out in much bettor health than lher children whoso parents did not use this remedy Our oldest girl would call lustily for cough syrup jetneen whoops Jrssic PINKER HALL Springville Ala This remedy isCorsnlebySE WELCH Jn We promptly obtain U 8and Foreign Bend model sketch or photo o Intention lor freereinrt on patentability For free Wok i HowtoBecuni MARKS wta In 1ateuusaTEIiItiiiLP EXriOSIUN ladlberemerof KirkmanIaThobost doctors oouldnt heal tho running sore that followed but Bucklous Arnica Salvo entirely cured her Infalliblo tot cuts corns Sows Boils Bruilloj Skin Diseases and Piles A o alJ Druggists N IIINNNINN111N NIN11111NNN NN- 1NIIINII lTHE SCHOOL H HH 111111N TWO PICTURES A Contrast That Is Certainly Startling By tho roadside in a country community In tho South stand two houses about two hundred yard apart Quo Is 1Inrgo house forty Hvo rlet wide and more than fifty feet lout It has two double doors and ten tang I windows It Is strongly built IIntl has some architectural beauty Tho outside is well painted the insido hn panelled ceiling It lies Bubolanlia comfortable pmva nnd can bo comfort ably heated There is a neat pulpit consisting of platform chairs reading desk Inside and out tho house is clean The othor is n small house abon sixteen feet wido anti twenty Cout long It has one emend door am three very Htuull windows ouo of till windows tins lost a pauo of glass am tho hole is stopped with u piece of rough rusty sheet iron against which a stick of wood leans to hold it in IIPI place It Is not strongly built nOf has it any moro beauty about it thai an ordinary pigpen or smokehouse Tho uupainled wealhorlx arding ill placed vertical and the joists are upon or less open Thero is uocetliug on the walls or overhead Tim hind ir regular clumsy scarredanti broke seats are arranged iu a hollow eijuar arounda boxstovo in tho middle 01 tho room Then are no chairs plat form or blackboards Windows wall nUll floor are nil dirty One of these Is tho clmreh louse in which a porlion of thu people of tha community those of a nrliculnrrulig Ions donomitmtiou meet comforla bly for iiihtrnction anti worship ai hour or two once or twice u monlh The second is the fchoolhonn III which the children of all the whit people of the community are crowde and jammed frozen and baked am smoked six full hours a tiny throng time onliro Mchoot term or BO much 01 it as they will attend The church is mill right nnd no on will complain that it has cost mono or wish that it were out whit les commodious sightly or comfortable Hut that thtt schoolhouse should tho miserable cheap ugly cramped uncomfortable pun that it is is al wrong Can Ho who placed such value on childhood be pleased witl the contrast iu these two lemples ouo for tho parents and tho other fo their children Can tho worship it tho ono be in spirit and iu truth whili there is no greater care for tho wolf ft n and comfort of tho children in tin otherSuch pictures are not rare in tin Southern Stales nor are they tOnfinel to the country districts NN1N1NIININNIIININNNN NINNN1- NTHE FARM L N N N N N1 N11N N I N1 N I N IN MORE ABOUT THE COW PEA Experiments In Alabama Experiment nt tho Alabama oxpori mont htntion show that tho early Brown Dent Now Era Early Bullock Hed Kipper Crowder and selected heck varieties give tho largest yields iu heeds iu bushels nod tho Votulor fill Red Kipper Whippoorwill Clny such Irou tho largest yields of hay Tho layout average for three years in hay lens made by tho Wonderful variety Tho quality of the hay differs according lo tho variety Them is but little difference In yield between drilling nud broadcasting tho sued iu Homo cases thu drilling mid In others tho broadcasting gives the better results Tho labor of harveHtiug time seed has been nu obstacle an time cost of picking tho pals ltlu Ill I to one half tho crop Other possible methods are Cutting the vines with n reaper when most of the podtt are ripo and running thom through a threxliiug machine Sailing tho vines or using a waviuo picking machine should such bo lu ventedCuring cow pen hay requires judg moat Tho vines should bo nearly matured when harvested Long ex Khiiro to auiiHliiuu CJUIHPM the leaflets the mont nutritious ortons to drop hence time hay should be cured in its own shade that in wIth lIUhupOl1uru an practicable of tho mass of tho hay Ono method to mow immediately after tho morning dew in off leaving tho vines uudiaturbvd for eight hours immediately raking hauling nndstor ing the hay in a gmall tight hotiHo packing thrutf feet deep covering with other drr hay and ales ing tint house but HUGH method may germinate too much limit it in be lieved that to cut sad euro in win drows not allowing tho hay to IMI como too dry to slinks off the leaves an good an any other method Cur hag mulct be ilonu In fair weather Dud tho hay must Iw carefully observed during curing everything depends upon obxervatiou Cow have IHMUI grown as far north an Now England lu this slur lion there should bo no dltlieulty with the crop Fur plowing under loam nn trlntut late crop bo used Tho crop will grow on MIls that will not product corn or other grain anti will Ilourith well on torn ground From one hull to mm bush el of WHH aural mar lx tind Sometimes time nodules will bo found on g platilM but not an a rule Plow deep mid harrow tho Mil Shut Limn may bo used if lime sod in HOIIIO whal acid By using cjjw P an for lIitrogtl1IIII greatsaving hy using time cow pen Planting may begin at any timo after the ground IKKXHIICN warm the best time to commence needing wing when the apple trees iHgiu to bloom RIPANSTvipaua Tubules hold their place as the supremo remedy which cures djspesia indigestion stomach liver and all bowel troubles sick head ache and coiiHlipalioi No other single remedy hiss yet been found since the twilight of medical history which is capable of doing HO much good to so large a majority of mankind r AT DRUGGISTS The five cent packet is enough for an 4 ordinary occasion The family bottle six ty cents contains a supply for a year m unn BEREA COLLEGE f Founded1865I Places the Best Education in Reach of AllIi Over HO Touchers 800 Students from UO States LurgOHt College Library In Kcntttclcy NO SALOONS r Trade SchoolsCarpentry Printing Housework Nursing two years Model Schools General Education and fitting for advanced courses For hose tufllctcntly advanced lo get a teachers certificate Applied ScienceTwo years course with Agriculture for young mille and Domestic Science for young ladies Normal Course Two yuan with practice touching Academy Course Four years fitting for College for business ana College Courue Literary Philosophical Classical for lif- eMusicneed t Organ Choral froo Vocal Piano Theory We are hero to all who will holp themselves toward a Christian edu cation Our instruction is a free gift Students pay a small incidental fee to moot expenses of the school apart from instruction and must also for board in advance Expenses for torn 12 weeks may bo brought wilhiij r 2100 about 14 to be paid in advance The school is endorsed by Baptists Disciples Method std Presbyterians and good people of all denominations For information and friendly advice address the Secretary WILL O GAMBLE Beroa Madison Co Kr t 1 3THEn LONG AND SHORT S h ira nf he Advnrnlr nt the LnrK Home mill the Hinnll Hoimr M Humiier Perkins writes tJ The rotillry Monthly VI believe In poultry colonization flint Is to sty many mimll coops iiiul IIOIINOH hcutlered over large areim nnil occupied by few owls rather thou n few very lurgo IIIJUKIH occupied by Ii ninny fowls Hotter put 1000 fowls onlyRlatter really contnliiH the nnine nnn IIH tht fnriaer We dont wniit too many outer this twine rout It U the NUIIIO I eii n ilK It In with tutu human Imhltn duns In etitwHted May tpmrtcra tin so tailed tenement or rookeries whore men women and children are hud died together thnt they arrive nt nei ther phyxlcul nor munlal titaiidiiriU nf proper development So with poultry It wont do to crowd them They need uhnndant air space unit to be tio isep orated Into Himill numbers ns to avoid contiiKloti from dlBcasc Tho Hinnll blli Iii cd house tho Ideal plan at sill tlmex 1Il111 eitpeclally an summer come on foninliiK room In needed and a lib enil urwi for latch coiouy of birds Un der such comlltlonH strong breeding Mock and vigorous laying Block nmv lw maintained It very good policy to have light coop and fciifltiK built In HeetloiiH HI to lie taken mart and put together nt will The editor of Tin Moodily rtMpondi follows Wo publlfth the aboVe not bcomif we Imlleve It or Indom It In toto but iHfniwe wo wish to Klvo nil wide of snob ijucwtlniu Tho colony IIOUM late Its place iwpcclnlly for brcedlm stuck Its create ndvuntiiKti being Unit It nibI lows till line of larger yard in ctiunec tldii therewith tlinn sire HiMlbIe In cuiincctliiii with n long hou e cut Into NHHimnitlVfly narrow IKUS Mm for hoiiHcx for laying Mock wiwvtaUy wlivrii hens an kept by tho tltoiimiid and usury esinrlllly for winter luyliitf Ib0i colony hU1flI1i como well tilts be lug Impnirtlrnble The atmimiitton In the nbovo that till fowls err crowded or suffer run Impure air or iltonuu lmphjr IHITIIMW they are la large hoiwea In lump hum bent In entrlrely wrung Hum tif the wurat tenser of ororcrowdlng and tilth and burin WU hove ever MVII or hssnliof were In Miinll Tlw sin bet wren the crowded city tneiilM ainl lassie KHiltry lotuses wOIIIIIIIiave had were fom n t mrter century mass ToiUy HHIIO of taMilitary dwelllnp In this world III MIIIIH of ttitisi modern city tenenienin ami niMrtwcut Iieitsea Ttw mireraste poiillryiimn will keep n large Ixmsr demur tknn hI will n lot of smell bottles of winnl enporlty ulinjdy bet aHc lit can do It nmlcr On the wwre of 1111111111lIt nmterlal of tlnir mid of labor the leas house abend It In cheaper to hulld soul elseRlsor to mr fur and kfi In repair It Is less ex i final to Kturnw In wlut r nod vary thing onn butter kept utttlvr thu o3 e of the oviYMwr U t MMIM of the advo outs of colony Iwnsea try to Sill for LINK helm each kept In ro ralony hotiHeii In iiepamte yard during sums of our northern wlntern It them t llIlt these liouftM sit sntl times dully I f to foetl water anil Glenn plntforuiH oust rcplcnUli grit and steel axes oust sup tly new Utter and cpray the roosts unit gather eggs and n few other detulU nod vomit our would be looking for an nthur job cfore sunny weekn had pns ed It U well to have Pouts colony muses They nee good for the broad lui Mock tlurlug uprlng oust smatter They ore good for the young stock ilurlng the growing stetson lint whni It cosines to keeping hen by the thou Kiid In bonnes accommotlntlng only M each they lire not what are wanted The long house Ix the only one to econ omize lobar nllow lie uso of labor say ing dunces and reduce cost of caru to the minimum Ttii Handy ffhrnr A fellow city lot fancier living near me who by the way Is one of the best hand I know at coaxing chickens to maturity has n pair of Inrge urUsor which he puts to more lists thou I had ever dreamed such Implements could e be employed for He tins a little patch of crimson clover for Instance oust every morning armcU with Ills nclgHon hu would repair to till patch and cut Isis clover lining only the tender leafy ItortloiiH Then he would go to the run way of the chicks where Ids Inevitable hlumrn would be again brought Into rcoulflltlon to cut the clover Into small plcccH for the yoUngstcm If he tins a pleco of meat or some vegetable of very flrm texture left front n meal he r Iulll out his Hclssora and proceeds to cut It Into little pleas for his charges s In short I never inspected the txjsnl bllllleM of n pair of common rather large scissors until I had seen the tinny J uses made of them by this gentleman y If your wife doesnt happen to hove n discarded pair which you cuss win when slat Isnt looking pay n visit nt ones to the hardware store and buy J them Youll never know what yon havo Milled until you ore the proud possess J or of a pair of chicken scissors Trent M night III sultry Monthly 0Thtltllh II Vnrn n Fnkr The first Incubator made Its appenr mice In this country In IS 15 A Van ken put one on exhibition on Broad MIIIIIosity was well patronized Ills ma chine was considered a fake Mou would not believe that an egg could bo batchiHl anywhere except under n hen no the tdiowman began tlemonstratlng I to prove till virtue of Isis Invention He would break eggs trout the ma chine to show the different stages of Incubation soul finally succeeded In a good many that It was 6notn fraud Time tins proved that It Jwas tar from being a humbug i VWWWVTVWTTTVTVVVTV OHAITKIl I ruuUc7MAa lVE IS A ivuiirn CAUP rn BLACK CONNORROCK t was stile to n myterlous tile pensntlon of Icoy ItI Ill It anil a good shelf to Leslie triiciua that found Myself In the heart of the HclklrkH for my thrlHtman eve as the year IKfCi was dying It hail bicn my plan to siveml my Christina for away In Toronto with such lit liunilan nnd IKXIII III psi buss as could be found In that cosmniiolltan and kindly city Hut Leslie interne chang ed all lint fur discovering me In the village of lllaek stock with my trap nil parked waiting for the stUlcttl shirt fur the Landing thirty mllrn awny lie lore down 111011 me with re KlstleM force oust found myself re covering from my mirprlsV only sitter we Iatll gone In hi i lumber sleigh sum six miles on our way to his mope up In fit tuouiitalni I Hurprlsed am touch delighted though would not allow him to think M to this that his old time power over nut was still there He could always In till old rnrsit- ystaysdeer wild daysumko me du whit he liked He was handNomi and reckletis brilliant In his class work nnd the prince of bnlflmcks tin the Rugby Held ami with xueli powei of fisolimtlon as would extract till heart out of a wheelbnrruw as Ilnrncj Inmly uxetl to nay And thus It was thai I found myself Just tine weeks luler was to lines spent two or three days nn the aflenuMin of tilt IMth of Decent her Mantling In internes Lumber Camp No 2 wonI trill Nt myself Hut I did not regret my dunned plans fur In ttton three weeks had raided a ciniMiuon btars tleti and had wakened np a grizzly nut I skull let the grbutly Iliilnh Hit tale He probably sees morn hurnor In It thin The camp stool In a little clenrhiK ami coimlftted of n group nf three long low shinties with smaller hlmeks user them nil built of btmvy unhewn hues with door und window in cticli The grab rump with cook sins attncheil stood In till middle of the elenrlng nt n llttU dltttHtire wss the sleeping ciimp with thw otllce built UKnllmt It nnd about n hundred yards away on the other tilde of the clenrlng stool the statutes mid sear them till Mtnlddy Tits ittounUins roe grandly un every side lliruwlHK np their great ilk lulu lilt sky TIll eIi ring In which the cnmp stool was hewn out of n tlensu pine forenl that Illletl ihe valley mid cllmbod belt way up the inounlnlii Klde Mud then frayed out In scattered und Ntuntetl tree It WIIK title of those wonderful Cnnn Visit winter tUyii brlnlit sued with n touch of nharpness In tilt air that suit slot chili but warmed the blood like drafts of wine The men were np III the wools and tile shrill verenm of this blucjay hashing across the open the Impudent chatter of the red squirrel from the top of the grub camp oust the pert chirp of tho whisky Jack hopping about on the rubbish heap with the long lousy cry of the wolf for down the valley only made the Hlleuco felt the mere AH I KIKM drinking In with nil my soul time rlorlous beauty nod Hllence of mountain and forest with the Christ man feeling stealing lute Inc Craeme cattle out frosts his olllce and cnichlng Bight of me calletl out Jlorlous Christmas weather old chap sins then coning nearer Must you go to morrow fear I replied knowing well thnt the Christmas fueling wax on hhu too I wish I were going with you he snld quietly turned eagerly to persuade him but nt till look of unfferlng In Isis face the words tiled on my lips for we Ixilh were thinking of the awful night tit horror when nil Ills bright brilliant life crashed dowi nbout him In black ruin and shame I could only throw my nrm over hU shoulder surd stand silent beside him A sudden Jingle tif bolls roused him nnd giving himself n little shake he exclaimed There are Use boys coming home Boon the camp was filled with seen talking laughing din tling like light hearted boys They ore n little wild tonight said Jnifmo and tomorrow theyll paint lllnck Rock red Before ninny minutes bad gone the last teamster was washed up and all were standing about waiting Impa tiently for tho conks signal the sup per tonight wits to be something of a fledwhen tho Bound of hells drew their attention to n light sleigh drawn by n buckskin broncho coming down the hillside nt n great pace The preacher Ill bet by his tiny lug said one of time men Hitlad and Its him has the folio nose for turkey sold Hlaiiey a good sill hsred Jovial Irishman Yes or for pay day more like sold Kecfe n black browed villainous fellow countryman of lilnneys and trnngo to say his great friend Illg Sandy McNaughtou n Canadian lilghlniidpr from fJlengarry ruse up In wrath Keefe wild he with de liberate emphasis youll Just keep roiir dirty tongue oil the minister and us for your pay Its little ho sees of It or any one else except Mike Sill In when youre too dry to wait for some one to treat you or perhaps Father Ilynn when the tnr of hell fire is on 1to you The men stood amazed nt Sandys sudden auger and length of speech Ilou Pats good Mr you my bully bo3snbl Itaptlste n wiry little Frunch Canadian Kandys sworn ally and tie voted ndmlrcr ever hlnee the duly when provojlump Into the river and then Jumped III for him It was not till afterward I learned cause of Sandys sudden wrath Itho urged him to such unwonted of speech It was not simply that the Presbyterian blood carried with It reverence for the Moister and contempt tor papists mill lenlans but that be hud a vivid remembrance of how only a month ago time minister hud gut him out of sluts Slavlns sa loon and out of the clutches of Keefe and Slnvln and their gang of blood euckcrs Keefe started up with n purse Hnp tlste sprang to Sandys side slapped him nn the back soft called out You keel him Ill hit eat him up site It looked an It there ought be n fight when n barsb voice said in a low HBV nge torte Stop your row you blank fools Settle it If you want to somewhere else I turned and was amazed to see old man Nelson who was very seldom muted to speech There urns n look of scorn on his hunt Iron gray fun null of such sot tied fierceness as made me quite be lieve time tales I had heart of Ills dead ly lights In the mines nt the mist He fore any reply could be made the nisi ister drove up and culled out In n cheery voice Merry Christmas boys Hello Sand Comimuit en va HaptlsteV slow do you di Mr Onieme First rate Let me Introduce my friend Mr Connor Himetlnie medkml student now artist Minter and tramp at large but nut a bad sort A man to be envied said the min aster smiling urn glad to know auj friend of Mr Oraemes- I liked Mr Craig from the first He host good eyes that looked straight out at you a clean cut strong fact well set on Ids shoulders and altogether nn upstanding manly hearing He In slsted on going with Sandy to the eta bles to see Handy Ids broncho put up Decent fellow sold Cracmo hut though ho Is good enough to his bron cho It Is Sandy thats In hiss mind now Does he come out often I uieun ore you part of Ida parish so to speak V I have no doubt he thinks so and Im blowcd It he doesnt mnke the Iresbyterlaim of us think so too And he added after a pause A dandy lot of parishioners we are for silly man Theres Sandy now He would knock KcefeH Lend oil as u kind of religious exercise but tomorrow Keefo will be sober and Sandy will be drunk as n lord and the drunker he Is the better Presbyterian hell be to the preachers disgust Then after another pause he ndded bitterly Hut It IH not for me to throw rocks nt Sandy I nm not the same kind of fool but I nm foul of several other sorts Then the cook canto out ami bent n tattoo on the bottom of a dUbpai Haptlste answered with n yell but though keenly hungry no must would demean himself to do other thus walk with apparent reluctance to place nt the table At the farther end of the camp was a big fireplace and front the door to the fireplace extended the mug board tables covered with plotters of turkey not too scientifically carved dishes of potatoes bowls of apple sauce plates of butter plea and smaller dishes distributed at regular Intervals Two lanterns banging from the rout and a row of candles stuck Into this wall on either side by means of silt sticks east n dim weird light over tilt scene There wan n moments silence mud nt a nod front Graeme Mr Craig rose and said dont know how you feel about It turn but to me this looks good enough to be thankful for lire ahead sir calletl out a voice quite respectfully nnd the minister bent his head null said For Christ the Lord who came to save its for nil the love nud goodness we have known and for these thy gifts to us this Christmas night our Father innke us thankful Amen Most Pats fuss rate said Hnp tlste seems Ink dots make me hit more better for sure Ant then no word was spoken for a quarter of nn hour The occasion was liar too solemn and moments too pre clues for anything so empty as words tint when the white piles of bread and the brown plies of turkey had for a second time vanished ami sitter the last plclmd disappeared there came a pause shill a hush of expectancy whereupon the cook aud cookee each bearing aloft a huge blazing pudding came forth Hooray yelled Itlaney Up wld je And crabbing the cook by the ihouldcrs front behind ho faced him I bout Mr Craig was the first to respond mid seizin the cook coin the sumo way ellnCIs3m Squad fall Inl Quick march In a moment every mnn was In the procession Strike up Hntehees ye little angel shouted Itlnncy the appellation a eon cession to tho ministers pratence and away wont lUptlste In a rolllcklhi French SOUR with the lungfish chorus Then blow ye winds In the morning lllow yt winds ay oh nfow yo wind In the morning Blow blow blows And nt each blow every boot came down with n thump on the plunk floo- ithnt shook Ihe solid root After the second round Mr Craig Jumped upon the bench hush called out Three cheer for Hilly tho cook In the silence following tho chimers Itaptlste was beard to tmy lion bats lush me feel Ink tilt tint pudtlln nil hup meficlf me Hear till the little taster said Hla ney In disgust stateless remonstrated Sandy gravely youve more stomach tnan manners Ill sure but de snore stomach tints more bettor for tils puddln replied the little Frenchman cttecrfiilly After n time the tables wen cleared and pushed buck to the wall and pipes- tvcrc proilund In All attitudes suggestive of comfort the saint disposed themselves In a wide circle nlnna the tire which now roared test crackled up the peat woodun chimney haiiclng from the root Tho lumbermans hour of bliss Imd arrived Kven old limn Nelion looked a shade Icon melancholy than usual he wit alone well away front till fire smoking Ktetidlly mid si lently When the second pipes were well Httoliiir tine of the men tank down n violin from the wall nisi handed It to nchlaii Campbell There were two brothers Campbell Just out from Argyll typical hlghlnmlers Ijichlan dark si lot melancholy with the tacit of n mystic and Angus rest haired quick Impulsive and devoted to his brother tt devotion he thought proper to cover under lilting serenade speech I j eh In n utter much protestation In tcrsperwd with gibes from ills brother took UHf violin and in reKN ntN to the call from nil Hides struck up Iord Mdcdoiuilds Heel In a moment the floor was fllletl with dnncwrs whop lug mid cracfciug their lagers III the wildest mumier Then Ibiptlste IUd the Kctl Itlver Jig u most lutrlitiU and tlllMfiilt series of steps the men keeping time to the mush with baud and feet Yben the Jig was finished Sandy calkxl for Loelmlwr No More CRIIIIIIIllOld No uo cnmiot piny that tonight Mr ntig will play Craig look thus violin mind at the first note I knew he was no ordinary player did not rocngnhte the music but It wits soil uml tlirllllus and tot In by till heart till every one was thinking tits tmidtrwit and wildest thoughts drier he told two or three ex quisite lulls gave Campbell Ills vlo Un imyliig Now Ix ehabor Lucli Inn Without n word Lachlan began not Lochaber lie was not ready fur that ltlJllt The Flowers o the Forest null from that wandered through Auld Kobln Gray anti The Ijiml o the Letil and so got nt last to thnt moat soul subduing of Scottish In menu Iochnber No More At the drst strain bla brother who had thrown himself on sonic blnnkets behind 1he fire turned over on his fore feigning sleep Sandy McNnughton took till pipe out of his mouth surd sot up straight and stIlT staring Into vacancy and Orncme beyond the fire drew n short sharp breath Wo lead often sat Graeme nnd I In our student days In the drawing room nt home listening to hula father walling out Loclmber upon the pipes nnd I well knew thnt the awful minor strains were now sot log their tray Into Isle soul Over and over again the hlghlamlor played his lament He hind long since forgotten IH mills wns seeing visions of the hills shed lochs and glens of his far away native laud Dud making us too see strange things out of the dim past glanced tit old most Nelson nud was startled at the eager almost piteous look In his eyes and I wished Camp bull would stop Mr Craig caught my rye nnd stepping over to Campbell held out hula hand for the violin 1111 gerlngly and lovingly the highbinder strew out till last strain and silently gave the minister his Instrument Without n moments pause nmJ while the spell of Loclmber wns still upon us the minister with exquisite skill fell Into till refrain of that simple and beautiful camp meeting hymn The Sweet Hy and Hy liter playing the verse through once he sang soft the refrain After the first verse the uncut Joined In the chorus at first timidly but by the time till third verse was reached they were shouting with thrusts full open We shall meet on that beautiful stare When I looked at Nelson the eager light bad gone out of ids eyes and In Its place was ft kind of determined hopelessness ns If In this new music he hud no part After the voices had ceased Mr Craig played again the refrain more and snore softly nnd slowly Then laying the violin on Campbells knees he drew from his pocket his little Hlblc said Men with Mr Graemes permission I want to rend you something title Christmas eve You will tall have heard It before but you will like It none tho less for thai Ills voice was soft but clear and pen etrating as he rend the eternal story of till angels aud the shepherds ami then Italic nnd ns he rend n slight motion of the hand or n glance of an eye made us see ns he was seeing that whole radiant drawn The wonder the timid Joy the tenderness the mystery of It nil were borne In upon us with over powering effect lie closed this book ami In the same low clear voice wont Jr h on to tell us how In his home years ago he used to stunt ou ChrUtmas eve listening In thrilling delight to hIt mother telling him the story and how she used to make lusts see tIlt sbepberda nnd hear the sheep blontliig near by null how the sudden burst of glory used to liiakc Ids henrt Jump I used to bo a little afraid of the angels because n boy told me they were ghosts but my mother told me better and I didnt fenr them anymore Soil the Baby till dear little Haby we nil love n baby There was a quick dry sob It was fruits Nelson I used to iself through under to see the little one In the straw and wonder what things Hwnddllng clothes were Oh It wee all rikil anti beautiful He paused and I could hear thus mien breathing Hut ono Christmas eve ho went on In n lower sweeter tone there wart no one to tell till story nnd grin to forget It and went awny to college and learned to think tlmt It was only a childs tnle nnd wns not till men Then 11111118 canoe to me nnd worse nail begot to lose my grip of myself of life of hope tif goodness till one black Christmas In the slums of a far uwuy cltj when I lust given up nil null till drills arms were about me heard the story ngnln nod ns listen CorIfound myself peeking under this shop herds nrms with n childs wonder at the Httby In the straw Then It cnm hl511181t111thaI should save men from their Idn8I Save Sure The waves kept beating niton my ears and before I knew I had called out Oh can he sere meV It wets In a little mission meeting on one of the stile streets soul they seem ed to lit stet to that sort of thing there for no one was surprised and n young fellow leaner across time aisle to me audswkt11hy you Just lift he can Ills surprise that I should doubt Ids bright fare and confident tone nave me hope that iterhnps It might to so 1rd to that hope with nil toy to1 mud stretehlug up IIM arms and with a quick glow In Ids face nail n little break In Isis volts he hasnt failed me yet not oneo not once He stopped short mid felt a good desk like nuikltg u foul of myself for In those shays lintl not made up mj mliid nbout thp e things Graeme oor old clasp was in 7lip nt him with a sash yearning In his lurk eyes big Sandy was sitting very stilT not staring hard er than ever Into the Url Haptlste was trpiiilillnc with excitement Hluney wits nK nly wIpliiR the tears away Hut the fate that held my eyes was thnt of old man Nelson It wns white fierce hun buruhlgjThe minister went on I didnt moan to tell you ihlgj men It nil cruse over me with n rush Hut It Is true every word mid not u irons will I take bock Awl wlMfs snare I can tell you this what he did for me he teals do for any man and It doesnt make tiny stiffer once hints behind htm nUll leaning slightly forward nnd with n little thrill of INIIUOH vibrating his voles ohboys why dont you give him n chance nt you Without him youll never be thq joins you want to be and youll never get the better of that tints keep hog some of you slow from going back home You know youll never go back till youro the men you wnnt to bo Thou lifting up his face nnd throwing back his head he said as If to himself Jesus he slant save his people from their sill nnd then Let us pray Craeme leaned forward with his face In his bands Hnptlste wit Hlnney drop lied on their knees Sandv the Camp bolls and tome others stout up Old man Nelson held his ores steadily on tho minister Only once before had I seen that look ou n human faer A young fellow had broken through the Ice ou the river nt home nnd ns the black water was dmgKliij his fingers one by one front till slippery edges there cause over his face that same look I used to wake up for many a night after m n sweat of horror seclnji tllll white taco with Its pnrtiug lips and Its piteous dumb appeal mid till black water slowly sucking It down Nelsons lice brought It all back hilt dinIng the prayer the face changed mind seemed to settle Into resolve of sonic sort stern almost gloomy as of a man with his last chance before him After till prayer Mr Crate Invites the men to a ClIstmus dinner next day In Hlnck Hock And because you ore nil Independent lot well charge you half a doAr for dinner and the evening show Then leaving a bundle of magazines nnd illustrated papers ou till table a godsend to the men he said goodby and went out I was to go with Use minister so Jumped Into the sleigh first and waited while he said Koodby to Inieme who had been Lard hit by the whole sore leo and seemed to want to say swine thing I heard Mr Crals say eh rfnl ly nnd confidently Its n true bill Try him Samly who had been steadying Dan dy while thnt Interesting broncho wns attempting with great success to hal ance himself on his bind legs ensue to say good by Come ami see me first thing Sandy Aye I know Ill see you Mr Craig sold Sandy earnestly as Dandy dashed off at a full gallop across the clearing aid over the bridge steadying down when iic reached the hill Sternly you Idiot Tithe was o Dandy who had token n sudden side spring Into the deep snow almost upsetting us A steppes out from the shadow It was old man Nelson He came straight to the sleigh and Ignoring my presence completely wild Mr Craig are you dead sure of this Will It work Do you mean said Craig taking him up promptly CUll Jesus Christ c n save you from your sins and make a mnn of your Time old snout nodded keeping his hungry eyes on the others face Well heros his mctmRo to you toflTo uto To mot sold tho old man eagerly Listen This too Is his wont Him lint eometh Unto me I will In nowise cast out Thats for you for here you ore thing You clout know me Mr Craig left my baby fifteen years ago leeamiCC Stop wild the minister Dont tell snsat least not tonight perhaps never Tell him Whr knows It all now and who never betrays n secret Have It out with him Dont he afraid to must him- Nelson looked at him with his taco lulvirlng and said In a husky voice Jr tide ls no good Its hell for me If Its no good replied Craig al trust sternly Its hell for till of us The old nun straightened himself up looked np at tilt stars then buck nt Mr Craig thou at mo und drawing n deep breath wild Ill try him As he was turning awny the minister touched him on the nrm and snhl quiet ly Keep an eye on Snndy tomorrow Nelson nodded nnd we went on but before we took the next turn I looked bock nnd savj what brought n lump tutu my throat It was old mnn Nelson on Isle knees In tho snow with his hands spread upward to the stars and I wondered If there wns any one above the stars anti nearer than the stars who t ould see hud then the trees hid him from my sight TO EC CONTINUED SrUtlc Itlirunmlliiii Gored tftorYnurteeu Years of Suntrlng- I have been afflicted with sciatic rheumatism for fourteen years says John Ktl ar of Germantown al 411was able to be around but constantly suffered I tried everything I could hear of and at last was told to try hnmberlaiu8 Pain and Balm which did and was irnmediutbly ro lieved and in n short time cured and I nm happy to sap it has not since roo turned Why not uso this liniment and get wellt It is for sale by S E WELCH Jn h Necessary Expenses for Twelve Weeks School ferrous who board themselves can spend as much or lltllo cc they cliooc on living expeiiMn I It pose to have a little extra money forkct ures book and other things But the necessary expenses are only as follows To pay the first Jay ALLbOOIlncldCnI81Kx Hospital Fee 25 S5 peiisva etc about 2 00 2 00 General Ileposlt 00 no Room stove table etc1 2 00 2 ro Fuel Mid Oil 2 60 SO Relit of Laundry 5v First Mouths Board 5 00 6 00 i5Fzpcnw Laundry i 80 lIelllnlllnj 2t 10 Board 600 5 00 Beginning 3d Mo Board 6 00 5 00 2875 2875 Genl Deposit returned 00 l 00 Totnl Kxprnse 13 Weeks 87175 37 73 For those below A Grammar deduct the tl for books and tt from Incidental fee making Ihe total only 82173 When four girls room together each saves ft on room and tt or more on fuel making the total only 8317A If classed below A Grammar Fuel Is 50 rents more In Winter and 50 cellU- le In Spring term Two rooms for housekeeping with stores etc can usually he rented for trout Silo 10 a term Thxirlc of RbI calf n little tnnbirh or n few hnIull bnlciT ri will give a tvrui nf school which will chnuge ones whole fife for the bptlnrt Xo hose of Time I have sold hnmberlaius olic holern nod Diarrhoea Remedy for year nnd wouldrather be out of coffee and sugar than it I sold five bottles of it yesterday to threshers that could go no farther loud they His nt work ngaiu this morning II It PIIEUS Plymouth Oklahoma As will ho poen by tho above the threshers worn nblu to keep on with their work without losing a singlo days timo You should steep a bottle of this Remedy m your homo For sale by S E WELCH Jn Three Years in Richmond Aud out of all the sets of teeth that have been made at my oflico if there is ono set or any acts that show any defects I will make n new sot free Wo are making the betit set of teeth in tho world for 7fK and if defects show in ive ears we give you a new set free This applies to all the teeth I hnvo made or am going to make this best alloy fills in the world nt 75 cents DR HOBSON Dentist IIPermanently located iu tho IIobsor Building next door to Gov eminent Building Richmond Kentucky Reference Richmond National Bank Special Price to Students r ifTHECITIZEN A MortgageOn Air Castle and a dead mans good intentions are equally worthless to a widow and her orphan children Tako out a policy NOW whilo you can itbIThe Mutual Life Insurance CompanyKentucky IHMIIIH1IIII1dIII and provide something SUB STAXTIAL for your widow and orphans The Now Perfection Policy incontestable from date of issueis the best life auto proposition in tho insurI 1AN ItHKCK DUtrlct IORgeri lUcIituonil Ky- II POUT Kit Ulttrlct Agent lit rea Ranking Company Ilorcn IC7I REPAIR THAT LOOM Beren College has secured a market for homespun and homewoven goods such as bed coverlids linen dress linfioy jeans blankets etcnt follow inS prices Coverlids S 4 to S6 Linen 40 to 50 cents a yard Dress Linsey 50 cents a yard Jeans GO cents a yard Blankets natural brown wool or barkI dyes Ja pair White linsey and white blankets are not in demand only on orders Coverlids must be 2 yards i2 inches wide and 2J yards 90 inches long All dyes used must bo old fashioned homemade dyes Any woman who wants to sell cover lids or homespun to Berea College hould find out what the Collego wants before beginning to weave or spin For information apply in per son or by letter to Miss Josephine A Robinson Berea Collego Berea Ky THE MARKETS BT A G NORMAN CO CINCINNATI May 13 CATTLE Common 5250 125I Butchers4rJ G2it ni f ftr 63- 6CALvEsChoiceG00 UUIUpUiD UIU 660 Large Common300 60- 0MoosCommon575 675 Fair good light630 GGO Packing685 710 SUEEP Good to choice 435 400 Common to tair275 425 LAMBSGood to choice 600 625I Common to fair350 fy 500 861CoRNNo2RYENo 2 63 FLODB 64 Winter patent 380 410 fancy 355 370 Family305 835 MILL FEED1850 2000 HAYNo1 Timothy 1250 1300 No2 1100 1125 No1 Clover 950 975 No2 800 950 POULTRY Fryers per lb 15I Heavy hens Roosters 5 Turkey hens 8 Ducks EGOS Fresh near by 11 HIDES Wot salted 7 No 1 dry salt 1IJ Bull 611 Gj Sheep skins UI TALLOW Prime city Gj 7I Country 5J 5J WooLUnwashedI Washed long 22 23 Tub washed 22 23 FEATHERS Geese new nearly white 44 gray to average 38 42 Duck colored 28 35 Chicken white no quills 18I Turkey body dry 12 15 YOUR POSTMASTERIs agent for THE CITIZEN Give him FIFTY CENTS and he will send it to us and wo will send you The Neatest Cleanest Newsy Newspaper you over read fiftytwo times one each week for a year NNINNNNMNNNNNJLOCAL House and largo lot to rent En quire at Ton CITIZEN OFFICE Only two weeks to Decoration Day See the posters and be ready If you are looking for seed cow peas Bickuoll C Early can supply you Many of tho students were vacci natal last week and it took beautifully Tbero is no bettor selected stock of shoes in Richmond than that of Douglas it Crutchor Rev A P Smith filled his regula- appointment at Crooked Creek Sun day He reports progress there Welch says if n man looks farther than Ballard Obelisk for goo broad timber ho is sure to fare worse Rev John H Rice graduate of 07 is meeting largo success as pastor of a Congregational Churchat Alton IllsThere is good prospect for on excel lent road along Chesnut Ave Mar shal Tatuui is having the work tvol doneRovD L Francis baptized twenty five candidates for church membership lust Sunday at New Liberty church President Frost was confined to his house from Saturday evening to Tues day by illness We are glad to see him aroundogain Tutor F E Matheny and his wife who is fully recovered have some thought of visiting Berea at the com ing Commencement Coviugton it Banks of Richmond are making a big bid for trade in mens clothing Sec their new ad vertisement on first page Mr Burchett tho student who last week was reported to have varioloid is in good health and will bo discharged on regulation time- J M Early is a believer in the cow pea Ho is putting in on his recently purchased farm twenty acres or more of this valuable crop Rice it Arnold of Richmond are making a specialty of those noted shoes Queen Quality for Women and W L Douglas for Men President Frost was to have preached at the Tabernaclo Sunday morning but was sick and could not fill his ap pointment We always enjoy a sermon from President Frost W P Chapman returned Friday from Cincinnati where ho had accompanied his mother who has a position in the Colored Orphans Home at Avondale Mrs Chapman ia pleased with the situation J Thompson Baker Principal of Clearfield High School Clcarfield Pa an alumnus of Berea 17 sends us a neat artistic announcement of the 27th Annual Commencement of his school hold May 9 There wero graduatesMr Clark whilo helping to unload machinery at the depot Saturday for the College brickyard su stained a fall breaking a bone In his foot and injuring his back Mr Clark is at the hospital and is report ed to be progressing nicely Tho following students havo gone home to tako examination for certifi cates to teach Wm Ball Clay Co Sherman Chasteen Rockcastle Co Fred May Mcpoihn Co Nannio and Charley Click Jackson Co and Em mett McGinnis Clear Creek W Va We have tho sole agency for Richmond and Madison county for Famous Queen Quality Shoes for Women PricesS300 Oxfords 250 A large assortment of W L Douglas Shoos for Men at S2 50 300 and 350 Always on hand RICE it ARNOLD RICH Town Council at its meeting Monday night passed the ordinance making it unlawful to ride a bicycle tho sidewalks of Berea with n penalty of not less than one dollar or more than ten dollars for each of fence Tho law takes effect Juno 12 1902Prof and Mrs Lodwick entertained tho members of the Glee Club and their lady friends with a veranda party at their summer home Tuesday night Music and song with delicious refreshments contributed to a delightful social evening So say the enter tainedF Matheny of Casper Wyo class of 98 writes renewing his subscription to THE CITIZEN andsays I receive it with the feeling that accompanies the receipt of a letter from friends Mr Matheny draws tho third largest salary paid in the public schools of Wyoming Our Town Council has passed a 11 good law prohibiting the riding of bicycles on the sidewalk and tho major part of our citizens are thankful Now we will ask them to please nbnto a nuisance equally as disagreeable and dangerous and that is ball playing on the public streets Only last Saturday u lady was nearly thrown from her horse by this nuisance Mr Waldo Brown of Oxford 0p Agricultural Editor of The Cincinnati Weekly Gazelle preached at tho Tab eriinclo Sunday morning Tho sub ject was Character Building Mr Brown is n layman but he speaks with authority Without invidious ness we are free to admit that a non palrpit is very refreshing OUR COUNTY NEWS 1Esquire Berry of Union was ap pointed by the Fiscal Court receive- of poorhouso funds Hon Brutus J Clay of Richmond is reported to be an applicant for the position of Minister to Gautemnln Robert Gillen an old resident of tho Fiscal thepagitionIof poorhouse keeper lIe will assume his duties Jan 1003 Tho Fiscal Court adjourned Friday 9th inst Tho appropriations made are nearly 55000 Tho tax levy for this year will bo 55 cents or half n cent less than last levy The Fiscal Court at its late session decided that in the future the County will not allow over 1000 per mile for the building of new turnpike nor will they in the future pay for tho opening of dirt roads Tho examination for whito teachers will bo held at the office of Supt Wagers Richmond on the3rd Friday and Saturday of May June July and August and for colored teachers on the 1th Friday and Saturday of the same mouths Tho iFiacal Court last Wednesday morning undo a very liberalallow ance of 1200 for the coining year to tho Pattie A Clay Infirmary at Rich mond This institution belongs to the entire county and in worthy of cheerful tttpporl The circus at Richmond last Satur day drew saints and sinners by crowds and if reports are truo the fakirs and sharps camp followers of tho show gleanedmore wealth for that day than the attending saints had contributed to tho Lord in a year NNNNNNI 11NM1 N rCORRESPONDENCE j i NNNNNNIN NNN NN OWSLEY COUNTY CABBARD Farmers are very busy planting cornCut worms art very troublesome this year Meredith Gabbard was on Cow Creek Sunday Wheat is almost a total failure in this part of tho State Circuit Court began Monday tho 12th at Boonevillo Hon Vincent Boroing will mako a speech on tho first day of court Ho is a candidate for reelection to Congress If you want a good paper bo sure and subscribe for Tile CITIZEN S A Gabbard of Eveisole who has been attending school at Berea this winter has returned homeR W Minter has a now ground to burn off and then he will have a logrollingJas- B Bolin of Eversole visited his son William at Major Saturday and Su- ndayH W Miuter and Sam Rob inson were at Boonoville Sunday and Monday DOOHEVILLE Circuit Court will convene hero on the 12th to continuo ono weekO S Frost an old citizen of this county died a fow days ago Lewis Green of this place was found dead in his bed ono morning last wookOld Uncle Joo Sealo is not expected to live longTho teachers institute will convene hero July 28 to continue live days Conductor Prof R M Shippof Winchester KyAn examination for certificates an teachers will be held in Boouevillo Friday and Sat urday Mrs Mattio Reynolds of South Booneville is suffering very much with mumps Rov A B Cort is attending his church at Cbrtland this county and expects to bo absent for H few days Lizzie Reynolds daughter of E T Reynolds is stay ing with her uncle P P Reynolds of South Boonovillo Alec McIntyre of Buck Creok was robbeda few nights ago by unknown parties of about 100 MAJOR Mrs Martha Howling is staying with her daughter Mrs Legg since her husbands death Walter Rey nolds will spend tho summer at Mr LongsHanuibal Morgan and son aro visiting relatives heroMiss Cinda Neoly and Isaac Peters weretho guests of Mr and Mrs W T Pendergras Saturday nightOur Sundayschoo is very interesting Our officers are Sam Clark Supt Arch Clark Seo rotary Miss Eva Judd Treasurer Mrs Lucy Flanery lectured for our Sundayschool Sunday Miss Bettir Pendergrass will givo singing lesson to our little folks each Saturday eTon ring from 2 tillJ oclock Wo was our boys and girls to be sure to at tend Prayermeeting at Valley View on Saturday night- ROCKCASTLE COUNTY DISPUTANTA- J E McGuire went to Langford Station last week on business H E Gadd of Richmond was hero on a visit last week James E Hammond and Charlie Thomas wont to Rich mond last Monday on business S Chastoen a student at Borea return AbneyrSr nnd R J Abuoy Jr wont to Berea last week on business Esq James Reynolds and daughter Ches sic and Parrio Loo Abnoy visited Mr J W Lambert at Bcouo last Satur day anti Sunday and attended church at Fairview There was a service at Clear Creek Baptist church Sunday conducted by Rev J D lhelpI Willie Blanton of Berea was on Clear Creek Sunday Mrs Eliza Mullinn of Withers visited her slater Mrs J W Lake of near Borea last Sunday Misses Nannie Anglin and Nora Fuqua went to Berea last Saturday C t Ogg and wife of Bares attended church at Clear Crook Sunday CONWAY F M Carter of Cartersville has been among our citizens talking oil Mr and Mrs And Johnston visit edat J R McColloms on Little Clear Creek recently Two children Bro very sick one belonging to Mr and Mrs A J Johnson and tho other to Mr and Mrs M H Jordan T Hayes of Wildio was here last week invoicing the stock of the Mercantile Co Tim firm name w changed to Round Stono Land Com pang Dun Judge and Harry Cho nault of Richmond compose the now rmMrs Hannah Johnston visited Mrs E L McCollum of Berea last wtlCkMi18 Naunio Hyeinger passed through hero on a visit to her homo Saturday returning to school at Berea Monday Mr and Mrs M L Kelton who for two months have boon in Anniston Ala expect to be homo the last of the month It Is too hot for thorn downthero There was an old time foot washing at Fairview church last SundayMat Lakos of Brass field was hero on business last week MADISON COUNTY PEYTONTOWN Charles Burnam and G L Campbell wont to Lexington last week on businessDied May 8 at 7 p m A White aged about 25 years Revs Miller and Munday conducted the funeral services Mrs Eliza Tevis and Miss Louisa Tovis of Lancaster attended the funeral Mrs Lou Mason Mrs Sally Haynos and Mtsi Hattio Burnam came home from Cin cinnati Friday returning Sunday morning Many of our people went to New Liberty to tho baptizing Sun day Robt Warner has gone to Bel lair OChas Burnam has a chain less bicycle He has completed his miniature locomotive It runs by steam on a circular track Rer H Miller of Richmond was here Sun day MASON COUNTY MAYSVILLE At tho closing of Mrs Dr Stevens school at Washington Friday evening was quito a displayof oloquence The way the littlo ones and older boys and girls spoko showed good training on tho part of tho teachers Mrs Stevens and Miss GrossDoll Day of tho Fifth St school was a success Tho prize was awarded to Anabel Rudd Mrs Dr Harrington and Rove Por ter and Combs mado some very helpful remarksMiss Franklo Robinson had tho closing of horschool Wednos day evening a week ago after a very successful year She left for Oberlin on the following Saturday Miss T Henderson of Lexington is visiting Mrs Annie Routt on Fourth Street Thomas Brown has returned to Oma ha NebRev N H Talbott of the M E church preached Sunday afternoon for Rev Porter of the Bethel Baptist church He gave us an ablo sermon and a neat sum of money was collectedGeorge Strawder and wife spent Sunday with relatives in the counlry Rev Porter and Mrs Perkins wore appointed delegates to attend tho Sundayschool Convention which convenes in June at Covington KyMiss Carrie Et Pearl visited our city Sunday Miss Maymo Bell has closed her school at Dover and Is now at home on MaddoxStreet Ohio College of DentalSurgery Dept of Dentistry Univ of Cincinnati Central Ave and Conrt Street CINCINNATI 0 DR FENNERS KIDNEYand ckacheIAll dlieaiei of XldDeI Bladder Urinary Oran Alo Rheumatism Back aeheneutmeeaet ravlDraper Female Troubles Dont become discouraged There It a caesyuun AIIcon ulUU u tree Dr Konnnr Kldwf end llackacho turnU the cauno of my Ixlng allro today I hud ran Kelt 1U pound W II McULGIX 011vs Kurnacr nuwI DrurgUt ear II Aik furCkmk llmik STVITUSDANCHu Ours Circular Or nnr KrvOonl N Y of I In Either School TRUMAN BROP1iY W s Tins COLLEGE was organized in 115 and tho 57th Annual Session begins about October 1st 1902 Three sessions of seven mouths each aro required for graduation Tie Is tho first Dental College established tho West It is coeducational cud has n teaching corps of twenty instructors Its buildings are modern and well adapted to tho or modern dental education and clinics unsurpassed Optional Spring and Full Courses in clinical instructions also given Fees aro S 100 each session For Information and Announcement address II A Smith D D S Dean 110 Garfield Place Cincinnati Ohio CURE Fcnucrlie 1nd asThe School requirements Canvasser to sell INK a journal for advurtiimrs published weekly lit dollars n year It teaches the science and practice of Advertising antl ill esteemed the most successful ndvertlsow in this country and Great com mission allowed Address IUINTKIl INK 10 Spruce SINew York THE UNIVERSITY OF 1 Law PRINTERS ITIinto the work of the Law IIfitted clloolI I will have a Summer I I heginningI I I the last 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rentbosides you know what you aro eating not poor damaged flour bought because it was cheap and doctored with chemicals to make tho bread while What does the Baker do with 196 pounds of flour lIe makes 318 pounds of bred Can you teed your on at G cents per pouudt Ballards Obelisk Flour Ii mado of tho finest wheat ground in tho most careful manner and every barrel warranted BUY IT A- TWELCHS 1 I r