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RGV JOHN Editor Entered of oIt W VOL III A FflRilly Pnpor BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MAY 29 1902 Fifty cents n year NO 49 1 IDEAS Domestic dlfliculty heavy bread Notice tho uow song Duin Now It is right in lino with tho lima lira Tnduttriul Rriucatlon If you failed to got u good Htniul soak tho sued you intend to in ro planting over night Memorial Day tomorrow Whilo wo honor tho patriots who foil in do fense of tho Union lot UN labor for thu coming of tho day whi n nation Rhail not lift up Hword against nation neith er shall they learn war nay moro TAKE NOTICE Next Sunday morning at I oclock President Frost will pruach tho Uao calaureatoHOrmon for Herea College nt tin Tnlxtrtmcle- ttocaiifle ot Furious flint R in tho family of Roy David ISvatiH D D of Youngstown Ot ho will not ho alto to fulfill hid promise to preach tho Baccalaureate xertnon next Sunday nnd President Frost will fill tho np pointment FROM THE WIDE WORLD A Gorman firm linn oflVrod tho Chinese Government 115000000 an nually for the inclusive right of soil lug opium in thi empire Scientiitts say that tho Inland of Martinique W I in in poill and warn Ihu French government to pro pnio for ivaotiation if necessary A min of tho nnnin of Kolial loft Dover Kng Saturday morning nnd crowd tho English Channel twenty four miles in n host U foot long 3 ft wide making tho trip lit about ton hours Kohol stye ho will nltmnpt to crowi tho Atlantic in tho HHIIIO boat A nonoxplorive HUH Vinci when nddisl to ordinary water producing n liquid thnt cmniot lw told from jwtro loum nnd that Cant bo IIIIl1t for hunt ing nnd lighting purposes haying double till hlrvngth of n putrolmim flame baa been discovered bu Ham burg Ocrmnny chemist IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Chicago In upending thin year 2 100000 on school sites nnd now build illgH A soft coal trust of nil Knilurn mud Western tiiiuru in lwiig formed Cap ital JJOOOOOOOO- LnHt Thursday there were tornadoes in Northwestern Ohio Elk City Ok and Berricn Springs Mich doing im monno dnmago to growing crops Louis Kauffold Lnmp Chimney Manufacturer of Richmond I ml has rodlsoovored tho art which lag been lost for centuries of making mallea glassAt p m on Saturday tho 21tb Mayor Low of Nmv York awarded medals for social hJrblc work to fro firemen ol the City Fire DepartmentLord British Ambasna dor to the United Stales and dens of the diplomatic corps died in Wash ington D C nt fiiH Snlunlay morn ing lie was 71 years of ago COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Tho building Rind of tho Lexington Y M C A has reached a total of SJ2000 Tho appealed ease of Caleb Powers vs Commonwealth of Kentucky will bo tried Juno 15 Four horses valued at 000 belonging to Dock Love of Slick Rock Dar run county were killed by lightning Monday Rev James L Mal e Vicelresi dent Emeritus of Centra Collego Danville diet at his homo Friday morning aged 7ft years At Lexington Monday Judge Bul- lockm assessed linos aggregating more than 10000 ngainst men nccusod of operating blind tigers nnd for other violations of law at Athens Nathan Stubblefield an electrical engineer of Murray Calloway county is tho patentee of n systems of wireless telephony which will be installed by tho Gordon Telephone Company of Charleston S C Two thousand veterans of the Civil War members of the G A li posts Cincinnati Coy ington and Newport attended memorial services at Dr Bloddegts church Seventh and Smith Streets Cincinnati Sunday evening maUlIiUlcrTHE CITIZEN DIXIE NOW heif dally Dedicated to the Illur and dray Written lot MIr Flnt UntHd ttounhm at Alhnu Sw ehMf eII to rwplKc took the tmr- UMtefnl wv to wMlilifil labor And burly mtdhNMytaDdhttmr HId land Now when the d td ihepUIti wvnMnwInjtV- V Tln grain the Mdi niwwtaff tad busy sod bnnr sod barer litxle land Ckonu IM M4 I am In Ditto Ilitnijr 11-n IHxfe Uml Ion lake toy UMl TIt live iml wort fur DM llumjr Ilutuyth andllnutbin Ditto IIMW7 lloMjr Mr ie ik and South In IXxle Mow tot tile rtMfe to taitto tprlMtfim loll III pleughhoywhl1lingtdnglu And haniy mil hurrynd hurry Did Uml Sow lur ibc mu Mntrjri nres w 1111111141 lowlHg MillAnil hurry apd Immr and hnn r IMkle Land Chem Nnvr Inr the nuiDont OoMUul realm Mutton I from tawMtffa pouring Awl lt uluy sad bnruyad bHMf IMcl lnd nr1l lho svy laR4rutmlug lUik the tHtarjr laalnlA- Ml h m and hurry and huNT IMxto Und chaF Nor al6Mnaa 41etlt5 hetlaa u HmTriiljr IvttoUrlkMn otir nt tad horny Md Immf ndbonr IHxtolMNI Me w In the vrr print Mrmibm tInatm Itaopierararort Mtkni AM homy hurry and harry IHxto Und l1aU s TITWHM ol AtolMM u DECORATION DAY Tomorrow Friday May JJO is Decoration Diy Wo truly hopo tho weather will bo flno At nine oclock in the morning Hon W It Ramsev of LondonKy will deliver the address of tho tiny ii tho Talwr hole At 11 oVIook a line of march will bo formed let by tho Crab Orchard Band and the James Vust G A R lo l of vutornns unit will proceed to the cemetery whoro the duooratiou of graves will bo at tended according to usual custom On tho return from till cemetery lunch with free coffee will ho spread in tho Tabor nol to which nil nro invited The iHliieim ore earnestly asked to bring llow re for tho graves nnd flllwl Iwhket for tho lunch At 181 p m the eompauy will runhiwmble in the Tuburnaelu whun a splnudid program of literary and musical ontertainmont will Iw olferod COIIIH out old take part in tho patriotic oxoreihos lIon or tho bravoH FATHER Or MEMORIAL DAY When the tow grayluired veterans of tho great war for the Union meet together in annual observance of Mo morial Day few bear in mind that tho day itself ns n part of the national life is the result of tho inspirations of tho greatest of nil the volunteer soldiers who fought for till ling General John Alexander Logan of Illinois Few indeed of those not associated with tho organization of old soldiers re member this Hut such is tho fact FIELD DAY AND BASEBALL Field Day this year was n decided success The weather was nil that could bo desired There were nine teen events beside tho hall game nnd tho tennis match in tho afternoon Thoro wero throe or four entries for ouch event mud tbo conteMautH woro well matched There were 110 easy victories Thu tennis game was allow feature nnd was very interesting Tho main oveul of tho afternoon was tho basobnll match Berea College vs Stale College and resulted in favor of the visitors in n score State College 2 Borcn College 1 Tho game was tho very best of tho year Iud was played in a thoroughly clean nnd fair mnnnor throughout It would ho dillicult to decide which of the contesting teams was the best Stnte College hero tho victors but time homo team woro in no wise sore over their defent Iorftct harmony nnd mutual enjoyment reigned throughout tho day Dont Shirt Wrung Dont start tho summer with n ling ering cough or cold Wo all know whip n summer cold is Its tho hardest kind to cure Often it hangs on through tho entire season Take it in hand right now A fow doses of One Minute Cough Cure will sot you right Sure cure for coughs colds croup grip bronchitis nil throat and lung troubles Absolutely safe Acts at once Children like it Ono Min ute Cough Cure is tho best cough medicine I over used says J II Bowles Grovoton N IIif never found anything else thnt acted so sufoly Bud quickly For sale by East End Drug Co IliST POMOIV ADVICi AITKIt VAT IMO Will IT In a recent article a prominent physician says It is next to impossi btu for tho physician to got his pati outs to carry out any prescribed course of hygiene or diet to tho small est extent ho hall but one resort left namely tho drug treatment When modicinosaro used for chronic consti pation the most mild nnd gontlo obtainable such as Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets should be employed Their use is not followed by constipation thoy leave tho bowels in a natural and healthy con dition For salo by S E WELCH Jn ANNOUNCEMENT- Wo ore authorized to announce Goo D White of Richmond ns candi dole for Circuit Clerk of Madison county subject to tho action of the Democratic party Wo are authorized to announce Roy 0 White ns candidate for Circuit Court Clerk in Madison county sub ject to the notion of tho Democratic party IftVW HIUCK Fon SALK About 250000 fire lclass brick very hard Will soil 1111or part to suit purchaser Tho brick may ho seen on my farm near Whites Station Address or call on Giro D White Richmond Ky or see ulna on tho farm ItVKN VIUKS IMIKII Will wonders over cease inquiro the friends of Mrs L Pease of Law rence Knu Thoy knew she lad been unable to lonvo her Iwd in unwell years on recount of kidney and liver trouble nervous prostration and general debili ty but Threo bottles of Electric litters tumbled mo to walkshe writes nnd in threo months I felt like n new person Women suffering from Headncho Backache Nervousness Sleeplessness Melan choly Fainting and Dizzy Spoils will find it u priceless blessing Try it Satisfaction is guaranteed At all druggists Only Me This will save your Life WIGDrFor Consumption Coughs and Colds Tho only Guaranteed Cure DruggistCURESDrip oranjAffection FREERegular FOR HANDMADE FANCY WOODWORK in hats sunbonnets fancy baskets of all descriptions napkin rings in allcolors Sum your orders to MISSES M AND L CARTER B HEA KKXTUCKT Irma very reasonable end all work eell made 38ltl Dont Use- Spectacles Unless you noel them and if you use thom bo sure they fit your need I will give thorough examination with tho nbove instrument FREE OF CIIADOE which always indicates tho correct glasses to UHO II you dont mood glasses I will toll you so T Ae Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main St Berea Ky ESTABLISHED 186- 3MADISON MONUMENTALWORKS Headstones urns monu ments and marble and gran ito work of ull kinds Prices governed by quality of material Prices reasonable Only firstclass work done Allwork guaranteed J T Hamilton Prop RICHMOND Ky MMS STItKKT Opposite Hlintmi COllI Yard ZiO3 uo Y iRS- EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS DESIGNS f Anyone tending a tkrlrh mid eiHCTtijnmar ucortlii our iiKimni free ither an Invention la probably rentab omnitinlrA IntfrlhtyonrrforenrlugaiefILIManle tprttalnotUe without thurce luibo Scientific Jhneitcan hundinmttr HlnitntM weep Ijirteit eta ruUtlmi of nr ctenttBo Journal Terms W r wdfitribeb iniiNT ulna roit IOMV The Boston man who lately marri ed a sickly rich young woman is IingsNowperfect health Infallible for Jaun dice Biliousness Malaria Fever and Ague and all Liver nnd Stomach Only25e Robinson the Jewelers Special 25 Cent Package Sale Commencing Friday May 80 and continuing to Juno 1002 I will hold a SPECIAL 25 CENT PACKAGE SALE OF JEWELRY The packages will contain articles of jewelry taken from my stock ranging in value from 25 cents to per e none less than 25 cents full value Tho packages will bo seated of varied sizes and contents what they contain cannot bo known until opened The packages will bo dis played in my show window At 8 a m Friday May BO the sale will commence A grand prize a LADYS GOLD FILLED WATCH guaranteed ton 10 years will bo given away in this sale A card having it number will bo in each package One of the numbers will correspond with n number to be selected byMr tlT H Porter cashier of Boron BIUlking Company nllli kept by III hank safe until close of sale June 5 and the person holding the card corresponding to tho number hold by Mr Porter will got this Ladys Flue watch No person not oven Mr Porter or myself Can possibly knuw which package will draw the Grand Prize which given with n package of jewelry fully worth its cost for 25 coats THERE WILL BE NO BLANKS Every package is full value of 25 CENTS and many are worth L Salo commences May 30 800 a m and closes Juno 5 TA ROBINSON JEWELER Main Street Berea Ky I An Independent Weekly Devoted to the Interests 01lTHE HOME 60 CENTS A YEAR i PICK YOUR SUIT t From our great stock of reliable clothing All styles sizes and prices for your selection a At S5 S6 650 Youll find plenty of neat ser viceable suits the very boat in any market at tho price At S8 SID 1250 A great collection of fine nIl wool suite perfect in every detail and the most generous values ever offered in Central Kentucky Covington Banks the our are in see me J to J T St E c to and of Notice to Our header Thli paper Is on file nt the offlro ol The CM later urnan lUClW110 Fins Street our reader will be who may turn to cull upon The Inter every atui telentife tm of the age lu with the nrcdi of a great It li a rare treat to allY one In the tubject end iJiouM be taken of 73 i rr- r At Sid A grand of flnn lIuitshnllllndo fit and hold their sin and tho finest in the land I Special sizes for shapes a to when sure a fit in every case RICHMOND KENTUCKY SPRING STOCK completeOurmanship For farm work Collars Hamos Backbands Chains etc lower than Come and T MOBERLY RICHMOND KY Successor McCllnlock Main Opposite House DR M JONES Dentist MillineryStore Office DaysThursday Friday Saturday each week Special Monroe Clilragn where courteously rnvtwl cceingthroughoUlIlI mechanical provement connection newftpaprr Intcmtcd advantage SI5 SI8 extra shape InuHloEiIstyle satisfy dresser nl1l1Itailor alter necessary perfect II OUR price usual Court RICE ARNOLD RICHMOND Shoes Gents Furnishiof V4 ngclltsInRichmond MEAT MARKET I have reopened the Meat Mar ket on Street Fresh McatsIDressed 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 I New Rockers Ladies Desks Couches Dining and Bedroom Furniture and many attractive articles to make tho homo comfortable Picture Framing Carpets Matting Rugs UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY Day Phone Night Phone 66 all KY Hats ings Main JO Sr JOPLIN RichmolldKyA I The Radcliffe Shoe 11 Is the only 0 K Shoe in town Our Wall Paper LInei IJIJIESS- MMENSELY AND CHEAP BICKNELL EARLY e eee ee e+ ee ee iDouglasjiCrutcher 1 c iiieyou their goods SEE THEIR LATEST I i IsIN OXFORDS I e e etN a N e e m e e NNN e 1N e etf4 BEREA COLLEGE COMMENCEMENT WEDNESDAY JUNE 4 1902 THE CITIZEN TIIE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON IX SECOND QUARTER INTER NATIONAL SERIES JUNE Text nf the Lesson Acts sir 822 Jlemoiy Verses K1O Rolden Teat II Tim II n Commentary Prepared li Itev D SL Stearns Copyright 1102 by American Press Asso elation 810 A man lame from his birth hay ing never walked hears Paul preach the gospel and having faith to be healed Paul commands him to stand upright which he Immediately does leaping and walking Such Is briefly the story of these three Verses icing expelled from Antioch in Plsldla the apostles came to Iconlum and not withstanding opposition abode there a long time speaking boldly in the Lord who granted signs and wonders to bo done by them They so spoke that a great multitude both of Jews and weeks believed but the opposition became so great that they finally tied to Lystra where wo now find them preaching and healing They not only preached the gospel but they lived It In their dally life I Thess II 10 and this Is always the great need II Cor Iv 1011 11 12 The gods are come down to us In the likeness of men and they called liar nabas Jupiter and Paul Mercurlus God had truly come to earth in the likeness of man for God wns in Christ nod Jesus Christ was God manifest in the flesh II Cor v 10 I Tim ill 10 Hut these blind heathen knew nothing of the true God and worshiped many fanciful gods which had no existence They p ve to the servants of God these heathen names Just as the heathen did to Daniel and his friends in Baby lon We must not be offended If pea pie give us false names for they called Jesus Beelzebub glutton wine blbber und told Him ho had a devil 13 Then the priest of Jupiter which was before their city brought oxen and gar lands unto the gates and would have done sacrifice with the people They were about to worship Paul and Barnabas believing them to be more than men It suggests the ques tlii as to whether In the lives of most Christians there is anything to cause people to say That Is not natural There Is something supernatural about that person That meekness or pa tience or wisdom or power Is of God 11 They rent their clothes Are we ns horrified to hear given to us the praise which ought to be given to God only or ore we apt to covet this very thing and love to have It given out that we ourselves are some great people Chapter Till 0 The Lord Jesus sought neither Ills own will nor Ills own glory but always glorified the Father John vi 38 Mil BO xvll 4 15 Turn from these vanities unto the living God which made htnvcn and earth and the sea and all things that are there- In With great earnestness did tho apos ties seek to turn the peoples thoughts from themselves to God as when the angel said to John See thou do it nut worship God Rev Mil 0 The tendency today is to think more of man than of God and the great trou ble is that many men do not feel trou bled about it but love to have it so 16 Who In times past suffered all na tions to walk In their own ways Since God placed man on earth lie has been trying him in every possible way In Eden and out of Eden with out law and under law under grace and the special ministry of the Spirit and he shall have one trial more under tho personal reign of tho Lord Jesus In due time it shall be fully proved that man apart from God is only fail ure In Rom I 20 21 It is made plain that in all ages nil are without excuse IS With these sayings scarce restrained they the people that they had not done sacrifice to them Having seen the impotent man heal ed through Paul and Barnabas it was hard to convince them that the work was not done by these men but by one unseon whom these men represent ed The natural man walks by sight and it Is dllllcult to persuade him that anything Is different from what his eyes see Consider II Cor Iv IS v 7 Itch xi 27 Having stoned Paul they drew him out of the city supposing he had been dead How fickle is man The servants of the devil had followed Paul and liar nabas from the other cities and were to successful that these people who were ready to worship Paul are now Just as ready to stone him and they Old stone him and left him for dead 20 lIe rose up and came Into the city While the disciples helpless to protect him stood around his apparently dead body God gave him back to them to their great surprise and Joy for his work was not yet accomplished It may be that while his enemies were bruising and so treating his poor body lie was enjoying that of which bo tells In II Cor xll 14 and having teen the glory was strengthened for future service 21 The day after the stoning Paul and Barnabas set forth to Derbe where they also preached the gospel and made many disciples and then In stead of going on to Pauls home at Tarsus to which they were now quite near they turn about retrace their steps and visit again the very places where they had been so persecuted 22 Hero are great words for us By ills word and Spirit we must be estab lished and continue Luke vlll 1C John viil 31 II Chron XT 20 and learn to endure patiently for Ills sake Jos I 12 Rev II 10 John xvl 33 May the grace of God and the word of God and the kingdom of God bo to us what it was to these apostles and may we be Spirit filled and Christ occupied pea pie manifestly set apart for Himself n people for ills own possession Ps Iv 3 TIt 1L 14 R V RELIGIOUS THOUGHT Gem Qlenned From the Tcnehlnui of All Denominations The world Is rich or poor In proper ion to a womans faithfulness Ucv E U Wilson Methodist Akron O The Chrltlnn Comfort Christ people have the comfort of his love his forgiveness his pence Rev Dr Ilolderby Presbyterian At lanta Ga A Illitu Privilege Tho deeper knowledge of God Is the privilege of the one who lives n godly life In this world Rev 11 M Iearec rresbyterlan St Louis The 11orlds Great Minds The use of the worlds great minds is to delight Inspire cal teach the gen rations following them Her Dr Julia White Chadwlck Uultnrlan Brooklyn Negative Character Negative character Is produced by the rejection of Jesus Christ and such characters are not a force for good Bishop I W Joyce Methodist PIUs burg Death Is but Sleep We cannot die we sleep and when that mysterious sleep Is over we wake to meet the gaze of those who have long since passel Into and through the valley of shadows Hev George 11 Hepworth Congregationalist New York rain Sntnrc Signal Punishment In nature Is to hold man to n proper valuation of his physical powers Pain Is natures signal But for pain whnt child would come to manhoods estate with limbs timid features Intact Her M T law Meth odist St Loui- sInspirations of the Future Righteousness honor mercy freedom truthIn these and In these alone as they grow to fuller range and power lies the future In the larger liberty of today and her wider unfettered out look lies the opportunity of tile church to stand In the van as the Insplrer of profounder righteousness Rev W II Pulsford Unitarian Chicago The rlllr land of Sinn There Is a pleasure which transcends that of making for happiness It is the strife with the Impulses for moral perfection The large self realization of this perfection of nature and love of Godthis Is tho end to be sought this Is the chief end of man Rev Dr Francis L Patton Presbyterian Pres ident of Princeton University ConraRe of Conviction That flimsy flabby fickleness that bends with every wind that blows will never bring about the kingdom where in alone dwelleth righteousness If Christians do not In tho courage of divinely sealed conviction stand for the sanctity of Christian institutions andthe duties of lifeItev J C Morn ing Reformed Church St Louis The Duration of Eternity Were the oceans my Ink wells and the sky my writing tablet and I were to write upon the sky as many figures us there are stars and compound the mul tiplication of them evenafter these myriads of ages shall have ensued the first second of eternity shall not have elapsed but the ages shall go on and on forever Uer E U Ilatt Evangel 1st St Louis The Keynote of Faith The keynote of the Christian conception of faith has been the word Jesus and today thinkers of every name whatever their opinion of the person of Jesus would unite in say lag that there Is no other name under Leaven known nmong men in which it were better that men should put their trust us representing the name of Goal himself Rev Willard B Thorp Congregationalism Chicago ifnnrstr mid Success Dishonesty Is seldom absolutely necessary to success If It Is then fall Hut I had to live said the culprit to the judge I do not see the neces sity said the man of the law The reply Is not overcharged with sympa thy but It glows with the sacred truth of the moral law Let every one say It Is not necessary that I live but that I be a true man while I do live Rev David Utter Unitarian Denver Donbt and Devotion Thomas has ninny followers in his doubts how few in his devotion He saw through a glass darkly but he felt with hits heart the heart of God any doubting he went In the way of Christ Our doubts we cannot control but our love may he freely given and he who loves and follows In life mid service is the true disciple and will find tho way of God leading through unknown dan gers to the Calvary of suffering and flunky to the Olivet of ascension Into tho presence of GodUfv Dr Roder ick Terry Reformed Church New York The Crlcstlnl Harmonies In Haydns Creation the opening passage abounds In dissonances a fit representation of chaos but they soon give way to harmonies choral and symphonic that fill tho soul with dreams of Immeasurable glory and ce lestial peace and in music so In life discords will end in harmonies and sweet strains fill earth and sky Deaths may seem to silence the harp of life yet it is only as a pause In music that Is preparatory to richer sweeter and fuller tonesRev Dr J B Wultford Methodist Saginaw Mich The Iterelntlons of Calvary So we stand on Calvary and behold the love of God in Christ and we are filled with gratitude and with shame This Is penitence But something else is needed to make repentance The cross reveals not only divine pity and compassion not only the nature of our sin but also shows us ourselves at our noblest It sets before us the ideal man the man we ought to be the man we want to be Then we are Inspired to emulate the fascinating examples and wo set ourselves to follow in hl- BItepsHev Dr II P Dewey Congro catlonallit New York WHAT NOT TO DO Some Good Ailvlcp In n Clirlllnn Standard Hilllnrlnl The Christian Standard Cincinnati time leading organ of the Church of Christ Disciples has an editorial re sumo of recently published European povertywent thirteen Careful Investigations of condition In York and London Eng land made by prominent sociologists reveal the hideous fact that approxi mately onethird of time entire popula tion of those cities are paupers The Standard quotes other Incontestable data to show that the dominant reason for this appalling condition Is drink It then proceeds Here then Is the situation Drink If the chief cause of the vast and shameful amount of pauperism disease Insanity and crime with which we are mulcted Moth the causa and Its evil results lire rapidly Increasing Involving the destruction of our Industrial supremacy In view of this situation what should bo done The only sane answer Is to remove the cause as far as human power can do so That the prohibition of the sale of liquor as a beverage would practically remove this cause and that nothing else will Is u proposition utmost axiomatic That the prohibition of this sale Is practicable Is wily dented by those who either are advocates of the trnlllc for the sake of slash ends or those who have allowed tliem selves to be deceived by those advocates Hut whatever dispute may be possible as to the best thing to do to limit and minimize and put In the way of ultimate extinction this evil trafllc there Is one thing not to bo done liy any lover of righteousness or of mankind That one thing the encouragement of drinking or the promotion of It In any way When the president of the Massachusetts Insti tute of Technology presides at u feast among the students at which beer drink- Ing Is put on the programme he la en couraging the thing which causes more than half the pauperism and crime In Christendom lie Is known to be doing no by all liquor seller and Is counted by them as on their side lie Is putting an answer In the mouth of every boy who Is going wrong against the advice and en trestles of parents Nay he Is putting In such n ones mouth a deadly fang to pierce a parents heart No matter how speciously the president of that Institu tion may explain his conduct the com mon sense of men will count him as an encourager of drinking anal this Is the chief cause of the vast mass of human pauperism and crime and the sole cause of most of YOUTHFUL CRIMINALS Great Iiirrrnni In heir tiniltr is Attributed Iu Drink Dr Paul Giirnlir an oltld l of the Inrla prefecture of pullcv contributes to the Animlcn UlIyKlene un article on juvenile criminality which seems to Indicate limit repressive measures of souse sort should Inc adopted without delay Taking murder ns n criterion the author constructs n chnrt covering a period of thirteen years This shows an Increase In crime of this kind con milted liy IHTXOIIS between sixteen nnd twenty years of age from JO III 1888 to nearly 135 In 1000 with un average useendliiK gradient between the two dates while with adults In the save time the Increase shown Is only tell The doctor considers alcohol as tho chief agent while admitting that ninny others ure concerned III producing this remarkable condition of criminal pre cocityIn criminology he says when wo count those offenses that nro directly attributable to alcohol we are only ac counting for a fraction of those It Is responsible for As to Its direct action there must be added tho Indirect beret Mary effects It Is admitted thnt alcoholism a most active agent of de generacy and therefore n cause of Insanity and crime also that drinkers become the parents of epileptics and IdiotsDr Gamier suggests In conclusion that as according to his experience adolescent criminals are usually tho children of alcoholic parents the state should provide special liistltutloiifl nei ther Julia nor hospitals for their edu cation ALCOHOL AND LONGEVITY Some Slarlllnir Statistic Gleaned From Freud Sourer A writer In tile London Chronicle says I have been perusing some details concerning the influence of the al coholic habit on the Increase of popu lation The theory has been advanced that alcoholism Is responsible for tho propagation of weakly offspring with the usual consequence of premature death Some of tile figures taken from French sources are startling enough In 215 families traced to three gen erations with 814 descendants the mor tality was 32 per cent this represent- Ing Infantile mortality These families were of alcoholic habits In Rouen It was found thnt two drunkards hind thirtytwo children as offspring and all died before attaining the adult age In another series of statistics It Is shown that of 800 children born of alcoholic parents 213 per cent died practically In childhood and Infancy The cause of temperance reform will be most largely aided by considerations which deal with the national aspect of alcoholism The figures I have quoted may be commended to time notice of our legislators The cry of reform Is in tho nlr and every fact which can afford reasonable support to that cry should be welcomed by every citizen abstainer or tiot Whole Congregation Sinn ledge At time close of a recent service In St Philips Roman Catholic church at Crafton Pa tho entire congregation composed of over men women and children stood up and took the tcm pcrntfcc pledge Her William 0 Kelly the rector Is an ardent temperance advocate and the pledge signing followed an unusually eloquent sermon on time evils of the drink habit Each person was permitted to name the length of timo for which ho would take time pledge time priest believing that good results would follow even a short pd tied of total abstinence I THE 1IN HOME II NN THE SCHOOL N 1r THE FARM I NNI NN NNNNNNN NN N N NNI NLNN1 1NN N N1 N NN NN Summer Is tho time iu which to prepare for winter Even the nuts n little people not strong pro pare their moat in the summel they are Rood patterns for housewives so thought tho wise man Much can be saved by housekeep ers if they would prepare fruitetc in summer anti fall for winter use ho sideH llvinR pure preserves jellies and sauces which they can never Ira sure of if thoy depend upon tho grocer for these almost necoHsnricH of time table Nero nro a few excellent economical red pica TOMATO JAM Take tomatoes not rite wellfilled green ones urn best wipo with n cloth nod take off the stems Put into a preserving kettle allowing halt a pound of white sugar for every pound of fruit RIM n little water for syrup Slice one lemon for each two pounds of fruit and add Boil until thoroughly done anti the syrup is thick Do not put too much water at first ns you can easily add more if needed TOMATO SAUCE ton BOTTLIXO Ono gallon ripo tomatoes smith five pods of rep popper cook until tender strain through n conrao cloth then stir thoroughly into it two ounces of salt two ounces of black pepper half on ounce of whito mustard seed half on ounce of allspice ndd ono pint of vinegar amid boil slowly three hours While warm bottle tumid cork tight with good corks This will keep for years and is away yonder hotter than anything you will buy and it is cheap PRESERVED STRAWBKRRIES To ouo pound of berries use thre quarters of a pound of whito sugar in layers no water Place in a kettlo on tho back of the stove until the sugar is dissolved into n syrup then lot it come to n boil stirring from tho bottom Spread on platters not too thickly mud set in time sun till time syrup thick otlsIt tuny take two or three dllYs Put in tumblers or little jars Tho strawberries done iu this way keep their color and flavor Cover with parufinc nut it will keep for years Ripo tomatoes wilt remove ink and other stains from white goods also from tho hands PRIZES FOR HOMEDYED YARNS To revive time art of HOME DYEING wool and cotton Boron College is of fering n list of prizes for homedyed cotton chain and wool yarn in yellow groou red black brown and indigo blue aa follows For one cut number 100 cotton chain amid 2f threads wool yarn coarse onough for coverlid weaving spun on hunch wheel in IIIIZK 2xn rain fIt200 100 Yellow i 100 CO Light Green 1 00 HO Brown 00 M Madder Roll 1 00 WJ The dyes must bo home made cud not commercial dyes and tho receipt used in dyeing nest bo given ing with each color Tho College reserves tho right to give secondclass prizes of any color whore no firstclass dyeing is offered Prizes wilt bo awarded atthe Home spun Fair on CemmencAiiiont Day byJunoMISS JOSEPHINE A ROBINSON Boron Ky VhooilliR Cough experienceWithany dangerous consequences from it She says Our three children took whooping cough last summer our baby boy being only three months old and owing to our giving thorn theylostcame out in much better health than other children whoso parents didnot use this remedy Our oldest girl syrupbetween romedyis r We promptly obtain U B and Foreign 1 IIreerelJl rants Other To Know I lava used DeWitts Little Early torpidliverto indorse them for I think when wo find a good thing wo ought to let others know it writes Alfred Hoiuzo Quincy Ill They never gripe or dis tress Sure safe pills Forsalo by East End Drug Co I TO EDUCATE THE GIRLS Illlterata Mothers Mean Illlterat Children 1 In no section of this count ryhave tho women been treated justly in ed ucation says Prea Mclvor of tho N C State Normal School In sons quarters tho injustice hUll been loss flagrant than in others 2 Illiteracy among tho women throughout tho United Stales nnd pecially ill tho Southern States much greater than It Is among men y The most important factor in our civilization Is tho white girl in the country she will mako the homo smith fix tho ideas of tho people and im mother nud primary teacher she will do tho most important teaching that Is douo for tho human taco until 10 cently tho state tho church nnd the philanthropists have in time South do voted their attention fur ns endow ed iiiKtiluticna ore concerned nlmotit exclusively to tho education of the white man tho negro man timid till no gro woman 1 It Is suicidal and criminnl for tho state the church cud society not to sec to it that nil wouiou hero nt least tiualeducational advantages with tine advantages enjoyed by net that 2 000000 illiterate mothers in tit South means 1000000 or more illiterate children for society nud tho schools to contend with in the next generation and that it ia safer and to educate theta now than tlllII5 If those statements are true wo ought to act nt once Lot this bodono not by taking anything from men of the white race or from tho negro mien anti negro women but by increasing front nil sources our gifts of every kind to those educational institutions which are training tie most important part of our population so long forgot ten but which must always sot tho pace of our civilization Iguornnco is fatal to prosperity Wo might ns well expect to live in a swamp and have health as to have prosperity without educationEx Gov T J JARvIS of truth Carolina IJkr n UruMiiIng Stan- Five years ngo a disease tho doe tors called dyaM p ia took such hold of mo that I could scarcely go writes Goo S Marsh wellknown attorney of INoconn Tex I took quantities of pepsin nnd other medicines but nothing helped me As a drowning man grabs at n straw I grabhcdat Kodol I Celtnn improvement at onco and after a few bottles am sound and well Kodol is the only prepar ation which exactly reproduces tho natural digestive juices and cause quently is tho only ono which digests nny good food cud cures nay form of stomach trouble For sale by East End Drug Co SEASONABLE HINTS Tho losses of young chicks occur during the summer from so many causes ns to sometimes cause ntonish taunt Thoy seem to disappear with out enemies Tim fact is that dogs hawks rats anti other depredators carry them off Tho most destructive enmity is tho fetidly cRt nnd tho ono that oats from tho snmoiliHh with tho chicks allowing thorn to sit on Imr buck will take her Khnro of young poultry whim she is nut observed iu fact it is the kind and gentlo cols that do tho greatest damage There is always nn excellent sub stitute for clover nnd timothy when the hay crop is short mid that Is tho millet It is n quickgrowing minor crop that may IHI seodod in Mayor Juno and it seldom tails to pro duce n largo yield of hay It is also ono of till IIeHt eradicators of woods that can bo used as it grows so rapid ly us to crowd the wwds to destruc a tion A crop of Hungntianigrass may also Iw uwdwl down for n mnuintrr yield of hay as it may Iw mowed three or four limes during tho nvnson wing also like millot u vml tit stroyer Do not overlook buckwheat osp dally when lees are kept It will grow on Boor land and if not desired 4 for its groin mnkos an excellent crop for plowing under It providiw forego for bees at n time when many other plants nro not iu lower Sow pens nnd oats together and food tho vines to tho cows nt say stage of growth Such n crop should lx seedetlIts early as jxwslblo but it is not too hate to do if it is intend ed to assist the pasture in supplying green foul The crop can soon begotten out of time way for n later only especially turnips For the protection of melons squash and cucumler vines against insects un excellent plan for a summit plot U to lover tho vines with mos quito nutting A cluwp frame mantle of lath will servo well for supporting tho netting A few plants in n garden may bo protected by looking tlinin over carefully once a day Uoslroylng the bugs by hand picking nud drop ping them into a tin cup or other rayy sot containing kerosene ullalar llmiCtniu It Nrclwoll Hums cuts and other wounds often fail to heal properly if nighcted mud Iwoouio troublesome lams DoWilts Witch Hazel Salve provosts such con sequences Erenwhere has aggravated tho injury DoWWs Witch ilazed Salvo effects a CUftII I hath s running sore on my leg thirty ywus says II C Harthly Yankootown hid After tmsin remotliew tried DoWiltH 1S itch lIal018I1h0 A few lapel healed tho Km Cures all skin diseases Pilesyield to it nt ones Ho ware or counterfeits For sale by East End Drug Co dx RIPANSft Hipnns Tnbulcs hold their place ns the supremo remedy which cures r ly pesia indigestion stomach liver and nil towel troubles sick head ncho nnd constipation No other single remedy has yet boon found since tho twilight of medical history which is capable of doing BO much good to so largo n majority of mankind y M AT DRUGGISTS The five cent packet is enough for an ordinary occasion The family bottle six ty cents contains a supply for a year J 1 k BEREA COLLEGE Founded i 181515 Places the Best Education in Reach of All- Over v f 30 Poachers 800 StudontH from ISO States Largest i College Library Iu Kentucky NO SALOONS t Trade Schools Carpentry Printing Housework Nursing two years vjjf Model SclioolH General Education cud fitting for advanced courses e For hose itijlctcntly advanced to yet a teacher certificate Applied Science Two years course with Agriculture for young men XC anti Domestic Science for young ladies i Normal CourseTwo years with practice teaching ri Academy CourseFour years fitting for College for business and v College CollrsoLiterary Philosophical Classical for life Music Rood Organ Choral free Vocal Piano Theory We are horo to all who will help themselves toward n Christian odu cation Our instruction is a free gift Students pay a small incidental too payforI a t f2400 about di14 to be paid in advance The school Is endorsed by Baptists Congregationalist Disciples Method x eta Prosbytorians and good people of nit For Information and friendly advice address the Secretary i WILL O GAMBLE Berea Madison Co Kr I Ti 3THEA VALUABLE DISCOVERY hunted tinmlio lake the lint Kind tlf tlltrhrrnra Nowhere In tliu United States tire thn jiriMiit roiula poorer or bettor outs more reeled tutu In HOIIIU parts of the MlMhmli il viilloy Tliu prolihiii of luiiniTouii nt In Uils riKlon nioredvtr IIIIH scniucU peculiarly illlllcult tiecniino tliifo nre no kilKcH of rock of n kliul milliihlo for innklni goal rend tiiatc rln Iltit now hchotil out of thin very ex com of ImdncNM out of tlio Mlcliv ell n Kin i almost hottumkwi mud into which the are spring and initunin comiw till lIIahrllllI which In to work their wilvatlon Thin iimtcrliil Is iMiriiitl Kiiintio the very mud which makes tliu roads and Imkcd over wood llrtH until It bifwnrs onu of the best roiidtiulldlni innterlalH L 1I0WIIIThe credit of making the first prac tical uppllcntlou of this dUeovery IK IOIIKS to the rnllromtM 1or vuveral years they have been uulng burned gumbo ImlliiHt for their romllKHlN In lUliioU MlMoaurl lawn nod other statin of the middle WIt It wnn Unit Intended nil n suhNtltutu for crushed rock In regions whero roek could not Baldly he obtnlllinl Lot It tlrlilonMnUrtl Its lupirlorlty plainly that It now usert extensively even wlwru lodges ore abundant mud In really an Impure Mewl Iniily sticky clay The proeusi of 1111I parlnc It fur use uM n tin rood Ie BliupK fonlwootl piled In n low pyramid eight or ten tout wM Over Ihlll Is throvu lure or tour Inches otIprul slack and on tills ngnln U from twelve to twenty Incuts of mud When the wood U fired n Mow com biutlon on which ioHrrt tho mud title sumll Hlmrji coruvml And ttxcwllngly hard pieces that the product has the appunrancu of red pruytl The railroad find thAt tllt can make nod deliver thin cuiiilm on iKxml the rare nt n cot of 2C to 35 cell a cubic yard hull when burned In core primitive fashion nod on a smaller II ns Is usually the cano on country blufiwnyH the cost In slightly greater Itoail covered with thU niNturial are never muddy or dusty They heep free from snow and lee are slew to nut out fit repair nnd weed or JtIIlti will not grow on them The supply of mud IN unlimited its preparation hlnitle old chimp A writer In The Herlow of lie vtewa declared that live yours of sys tematic and Intelligent work with burn ed gumbo would make the principal country marls D paswiblo nil the your round ns n pnved city street and At little more eot titan mho nmount now waited In working the rout FOR BETTER HIGHWAYS orlrtr Organised Par Ilie IrunIIliiu of land llomU A movement lane been started In Me din la thnt should receive the earnest support of every cltltun It la tho orI ganization of a society lu the county for the promotion of good road The project bas Kfii launched will und too Interest taken In the mutter thus tar Indicates that the promoters will be able to secure tho cooperation of n large niimlior of people For tome reason It hag taken many year to secure general Interest in such nil Important reform as the making of Sine highways and In this particular this country Is tar behind eomo of tho countries lu IunK which have Ideal highways says the Chester 111 Tunes All of the argument In ou the side of tiLl modern road so Itla not necessary to slop nnd convince the i coplo of tho utility of the well kept thomuglifnre but the question that trust now he con deal Is iow to secure tho means with which to build the roads Saute of the states In the Union ore very lib eral In the taws for the encouragement of better hvhways and lu thlit partic ular Pennsylvania has much to learn from Connecticut New Jersey Massa chusetts and other commonwealths which have mllen of highways over which o carriage or n bicycle can travel with ease and comfort If wo arc to have good facilities for moving nbout the country and everybody concedes that we must then It clear thnt the stale should assist for tilt bonellt to the state as well tu the Immediate territory affected If this In done It will be found that 111I farmers and suburban residents quickly Join In the movement to secure first class highways Rhode lilandi lload Mrthuds Ilhodo Island has shown a tendency to repudiate the methods adopted by most of the eastern nnd middle states In respect to the cooperation of state counties and towns That state ac cording to the Idea of the leglNlntor should not nld tlnanclally the counties and towns further than merely dis seminating Information and showing the good results obtained from line roads This latter work Is accomplish ed by building sample highways of half u mllu In extent In each town nnd county If wens reasoned that these practl end object lessons would arouse local pride sutllclcntly to make their cxten v stott nn actuality So till this system C huts JustllleU the state authorities In their predictions Nearly WX miles of good gravel and stone roads have been built representing about onellfth of the total road mileage of the whole state To nnlld Good nonili A bill has been Introduced In the house by Representative Otey of Vir f ginia providing nn appropriation of J 100000000 to bo expended for good roads In the fortylive states and four territories of tho United States Ju pro portion to their population The con struction of the roads Is placed In the bill under the supervision of the de v partnieut of agriculture l YOUR POSTMASTERIn agent for THE CITIZEN Oho him Fury CENIS nod ho will sand It to tin and wo will send you Tho Nontcnt Cleanest Newsy Nuwopnpor you over rend fiftytwo Union ono ouch wook for n SPillI BlackRock By RALPH CONNOR Time event pruved hits wlwl m for III the turn the lending teiim left the track lot n moment or two In the deep snow nod before they could ro traIn the rood the hays linil swept su jHThly iwst leaving their rivals to till low In the r wr On colon tho pinto swiftly Hearing the fort Surely at that pnr they cannot make the turn lint Sandy knows hits leaders Try have their eyes upon the trams In front and need nn touch of ruin Without the slightest change In Kjtoed the Him lli footed bronchos round the turn hauling the big roans utter then and fall In behind the oitlxens tram which regaining steadily the ground lust In III turn lad now the struggle Is tot the hiIfire evidently doing their hct Hchlnd them nnd every moinont nnarlng thorn but at the limit of their jtHed ton como tile lighter and Ureter citizens tram while opimMte their driver nre the pintos pulling hard eager nod fresh Tholr temper Is too uncertain to send them to time front They run well following but wlien lending eon not bo trimtMl nod beside a bronelui linton a bri lg to Sandy holili them where they Ate waiting anti hoping for hit chance after the bridge Is crossed loot by foot the citizens team creep up UIIOIl the thank of the boys with the pintos In turn hugging them clocly till It sterna ns If time three If none slack 4q11 must strike the bridge together 0111Ibut he dHn not cheek Ills Imders Slid IIlitlsIIlhJltlwrwwhi Ihelu out of Sandys Imnds nnd with quick swing facts time pln tow town duo sleep skin of the rnvlno which Is almost sheer lee with a thin cast of snow it Is n dating course to take for the rnriut thought out deep Is full of undergrowth U partially elosvl tip by u brush heap nt time fnr tlier end Rut with n yd Haptlste hurls hilt four horses down till hula nnd Into the undergrowth Allons ides cnfnntsl Couragol Vltel Vlte cries their driver and nobly do the pln Ion nvpond Regardless of bushes and brush heaps they tear their way through but as they emerge time high bob sleigh catches n root nod with n crash tho sleigh Is hurled In the air Hnptlstcs cries ring out high anti shrill as ever encouraging hits team and never wan till with a plunge and n Bcrnmblc they clear the brush help lying at the mouth of the ravine aid are out on the stmumidhmigjhind amid Handy nowhere to be seen Three hundred yards of the course re main The bays perfectly handled have gained at tho bridge and In the descent to the lee and are leading the citizens team by halt n dozen lengths llulilnd bulls coupes Hnptlsto It Is now or never for tho pintos The rattle of time tralllnir box together with time wild yelling of time crowd rushing down time bank excites time bronchus to mndncM and taking the bits III their teeth they dothclr livid free run ning that tiny fast the citizens team like n whirlwind they dash clear the Intervening npaco nod gain flanks of the Imys Can the bays hold them 7 Over them leans their driver plying for time first time time hissing lash Only fifty yards more The miners begun to yell But Haptlste waving his high In one hand seizes his toque with tho other whirls it about hits held nnd thugs It with n fiercer yell titan ever nt the bronchos Like time burst lug of n hurricane time plntos leap for worth nnd with n splendid rush cross tho scratch winner by their own length There wait n wild quarter of nn hour The shanty omen hind torn off their coats mind were waving them wildly noel tossing them high while tho ranchers nddctl to time uproar by emp tying their revolvers lute time nor in n way that made one nervous When too crowd was somewhat quieted Sandys stiff figure nppenred slowly making toward them A dozen lumbermen run to him eagerly Inquir lug If ho hero hurt Hut Sandy could only curso the llttlo Frenchman for losing the race Lust Why man were won HI shouted n voice nt which Sandys mge vanished mind he allowed himself to bo carried In upon time shoulders of his admirers Wheres time hll17 was his first ques thou The bronchos nro oft with him lies down at tho rapids like enough Let me got shouted Sandy settling off at a run lu the truck of the sleigh ne tuna trot jrone fair before he met Uiptlste coming back with his team foaming the roans going quietly butt tho bronchos dancing and eager to beat it again Vollnl Ilully boy Tank the bon Dleti Sandy You not keel eh Ah you are one grand chevalier exclaim ed Haptlste hauling Sandy In and thrusting the Mines Into his hands And they en mo back time Hlelghliox still dragging behind the plntos executing fantastic figures on their hind legs nod Sandy holding them down The little IVenchnmn struck u dramatic attitude amid called out Vollnl What the mutter wlz San dy itch The roar that answered set the bron chos oil again plunging nnd kicking and only when Haptlsle got them by the mends could they be Induced to alumni lung enough to allow Sandy to proclaimed wluncr of the race Sever al of the lumbermen niwang Into the slclghltox with Study until Haptlste among thrum Kccfe followed by Nel son nod till first part of the great tiny writs over Klayln could not understand the new order of things That n great event like the four purse race should not be followed by drinks all round was to him nt once disgusting tumid In comprehensible and realizing his de feat for the moment ho fell Into the crowd nod disappeared Hut he left be hind him his runners He had not yet thrown up the game Mr Craig meantime came to me anti looking utter Sandy In Ills sleigh with his rattle crowd of yelling admirers said In n gloomy voice Parr Sandy He Is easily caught and Keefc has time devils cunning He wont touch Slavlns whisky to cln confidentlytherell waiting him In the stable he replied bitterly and I cant go following him up He wont stand that No man would God help us all I could hardly recognize myself for I found lu my heart nn mutest echo to that prayer as watched him go to ward tow crowd again his face set In strong leteriiilnntlon He looked like till captain of a forlorn hops anti I was proud to be following him CHAPTER III WATnuiooorn riour ins virronr fTtherejfilled In before dinner It was nn hour full of danger to Craig s Italics of victory for the met were wild with excitement nod ready for the most reckless means of snug lug their dust I could not but ad mire the skill with which Mr Craig cmight their ullolltloll- UIIIt1IIIIIII he called out wore forgotten the Judge of the great race Throe cheers for Mr Connor Two of the shanty metro picked me up nod hoisted me on to their shoulders while till cheers were given Announce the Punch and Judy he entreated me lu n low voice did MI In a little speech nnd was forthwith borne aloft through the street to the booth followed by time whole crowd cheering like toad The excitement of the crowd caught mite tutu for nn hour I squeaked worked time wires of the Immortal and unhappy fatally In u manner hitherto unapproachcd by me nt least I wall glad enough whet Graeme came to tell me to send the men III to dinner This Mr Punch did In the utmost gracious manner and again with cheers for Mr Punchs master they trooped tuuiultu ously Into the tent We had only begun when Iluptlxte came in quietly but hurriedly and whlsjKTvtl to me Mslcu Craig hes gone to Sluvins nnd would Ink you and Msleu Gracmo would follow queek Study hes take ono loci drink up at dc stable and hes go mud Ink ono dluble I sent him for Graeme who was presiding nt dinner and set off for Slavlns nt a run There I found Mr Craig nnd Nelson holding Sandy more that halt drulik hack from Slavln who stripped to the shirt was coolly waiting with n taunting umlle Let me go Mr Craig Sandy was onying I nm u good Presbyterian Ho Is n papist thief and he has mj money nits will have It out of the soul of him flrlt him go preacher sneered Sin vln Ill cool him off for you Hut youd better mold him If you want his mug left on to him Lot him gel Keefe was shouting Hands off Itluuoy was echoing I pushed my Tvuy In Whale up V I criedMr Connor said Sandy solemnly It Is n gentleman you are though your name is against you and I nm n good Presbyterian nnd I can give you the commandments nnd reasons annexed to them but yons n thief a papist thief amid I nm Justified In getting my money out of his soul Hut I remonstrated you wont get It In this way He hue my money reiterated Sandy lie In n blank liar and hes nfrnld to take It up sold Slavln In n low cool tout With a roar Sandy broke away and rushed at him but without moving trout his tracks Slavln met him with n straight loft bander and laid him tint Hooray yelled Hlnney Ireland forever nun seizing tho Iron poker swung It around his head crying Hack or by holy Moses Ill kill time first man that Interferes who tho grater Give It to hllul Kcefo said snv ngely Sandy rose slowly gazing round stu pidlyHo dont know what hit him laughed ICoefe This roused time highlander aid say Ing Ill settle you afterward Mr Keefc he rushed In again at Slavln Again Slarlu met him with his left Staggered him and before he fell took n step forward and delivered u terrific right hand blow on hits Jaw Poor Sandy went down in u heap amid the yells of Hlaney Keefe and some others of time gang I was In despair when In came Dap tlste and Graeme One look at Sandy nnd Haptlstc tore off his coat and cap slammed them on the floor danced on them and with n long drawn Sap r rr rle rushed nt Slnvtn Hut Graeme caught him by the back of mho neck saying Hold on little man nod turning to Sliivln pointed to Sandy who was reviving under Nelsons care and sold Whats this forAsk him said Slavln insolently knowsWhat It Nelson Nelson explained that Sandy after drinking some at the stable and n glass or the Hlack Hock hotel had come down here with Keefe and tilt others had lost his money and was accusing Slavln of robbing him Did you furnish him with liquor said Graeme sternly It Is none of your business re plied Slavln with an oath I shall make It my business It Is not the first time my men have lost money in this saloon You lie said Slavln with deliber ate emphasis Slavln said Graeme quietly It Is n pity you said lust because unless you apologize in one minute I shall make you sorry- Apologize roared Slavln Aiwlo glze to you culling him a vile name Graeme grew white anti said even more slowly Now youll have to take It No alai ogy will do Ho slowly stripped off coat and IlltISir Craig Interposed Graeme to let the mutter pass Surely It Is not worth It Mr Craig said Graeme with an easy smile you dont understand No man can call me that name and walk around afterward feeling well Then turning to Slavln he said Nun It you want a minutes rest I cats wait Slnvln with a curse bid him conic Hluney said Gruemc sharply you get back Hlaney promptly stepped back to Keefes side Nelson you and Haptlste can see that they stay there The old man nodded mind looked at Craig who simply sold Do the host you ran It was a good fight Sill In hind plen ty of pluck and for a time forced the fighting Graeme guarding easily and tapping him aggrnvatlngly about the nose mud eyes drawing blood but not disabling him Gradually there came n look of fear Into Slnvlns eyes and the beads stood upon his face He had met Ids master Now Sluvln youre beginning to be sorry and I am going to show you what you are made of Graeme made one or two lightning passes struck Sluvln one two three terrific blows and laid JIm quite lint and senseless Kccfe and Hlancy both sprang for ward but there was u savage kind of growl Hold there It was old man Nel son looking along a pistol barrel You know me Keefe he said You wont do any murder this time Keefe turned green anti yellow and staggered back while Slavln slowly rose to his teetIWill you take sonic moro said Graeme You havent got much but mind I have stopped playing with you Put up your gun Nelson No one will Interfere now Sin hesitated then rushed but Graeme stepped to meet him and we saw Slavlna heels in the air ns he fell back upon his neck und shoulders and lay still with his toes quivering font yelled Haptlste Dully boyl flats dc bon stuff fats larn him one good lesson Hut Immediately be shrieked Gnrrrre nvous Ho was too lute for there was n crush of breaking glass and Graeme fell to the flour with n long deep cut on the side of his head Keefe lied hurled a bottle with nil too sure uu olin and hush tied I thought he wns dead but we curried him out and in a few minutes he groaned opened his eyes and sunk ngnln Into Insensibility Where can we take him I cried To my shack said Mr Craig Is there no place nearer Yes Mrs Movers I shall ruts on to tell her She met us at the door I had In mind to soy some words of apology but when I looked upon her face I for got my words forgot my business at her door and stood simply looking Come In Hrlng him In Please do not wait she said and her voice was sweet and soft nnd firm We laid him In a largo room at the back of time shop over which Mrs Mn vor lived Together we dressed the wound her firm white fingers skillful as It with long training Before the dressing was finished I sent Craig oft for the time had come for the magic lantern In time church and I knew how critical the moment was In our fight Go I said lie Is coming to nnd we do not treed you In n few moments more Graeme re vived nnd gazing about asked Whats all this about and then recollecting Ah tlmt brute Keefel Then seeing my anxious face ho said carelessly Awful bore Isnt It 7 Sor ry to trouble you old fellow You bo hanged I said shortly for his old sweet smile was playing about his lips and was almost too much for me Mrs Mover and I mire In com round and you must keep perfectly stillMrs Mover he said In surprise She came forward with a slight flush on her face I think you know me Mr Graeme I have often strut you and wished to know you Ram sorry to bring you this must not say so she replied but let me do all for you that I can And now the doctor says you ore to lie stillThe doctor Oh you mean Connor He Is hardly there yet You dont know each other Permit me to present Mr Connor Mrs Mayor As she bowed slightly her eyes look ed Into mine with a serious gaze not inquiring yet searching my soul As I looked Into her eyes I forgot every timing about me acid when I recalled myself It seemed ns If I had been away In some tar place It was not their col or or their brightness I do not yet know their color nUll I have often looked Into them and they were not bright but they were clear and one could look fur down into them and In their depths see a glowing steady light As I went to get some drugs from the Rlack Hock doctor I found myself wondering about that far down light and about her voice how It could get that sound from tar away I found the doctor quite drunk as In deed Mr Craig had warned but his drugs were good fluid I got what I wonted und quickly returned While Graeme slept Mrs Mayor made me ten As the evening wore on I told her the events of the day dwell ing admiringly upon Craigs general shipShe smiles at this He got me too she said Nixon was sent to me Just before the sports and I dont think ho will break down today und I am so thankful And her eyes glowed- I ant quite sure he wont I thought to myself but I said no word After a long pause site went on I have promised Mr Craig to slug tonight It am needed and then after a moments liesltattnn It U two years since I have been able to sing two years she repeated since and then her brave voice trembled my husband was killed I quite understand I said hawing no other word on my tongue And she went on quietly I fear I have been selfish It Is hard to sing the same songs We were very happy Rut the miners like to hear me slug and I think perhaps It helps them to feel less lonely and keeps them from evil I shall try tonight If lam seeded Mr Craig will not ask me unless be mustI have seen every miner and lumberman In the place hideously drunk before I would have asked her to sing one song while her heart ached I wondered at Craig and said rather angrily He thinks only of those wretched miners and shanty men of his She looked at me with wonder In her eyes anti snld gently And are they not Christs to07 And I found no word to reply It was nearing 10 oclock and I was wondering how the fight was going on and hoping that Mrs Mayor would not be needed when the door opened and ol man Nelson and Sandy the latter much battered and ashamed came lu with the word for Mrs Mayor I will come she said simply She saw me preparing to accompany her and naked Do you think you can leave hint He will do quite well In Nelsons clue Then I am glad for I must take my little one with me I slid not put her to bet lu case I should need to go and I may not leave her We entered the church by the back door and saw at once that even yet the battle might easily be lost Sotto miners had Just come from Sluvins evidently bent on breaking up the mooting In revenge for the col lapse of time dunce which Slavln was unable to enjoy much less direct Craig was gallantly holding his ground finding It hard work to keep his men in good humor and so prevent n fight for there were cries of Put him out- Put the beast out at a miner bait drunk and wholly outrageous The look of relief that came over his face when Craig caught sight of us told how anxious he had been and reconciled me to Mrs Mayors singing Thank the good Goo he said with what cnme near being a sob I was about to despair lIe Immediately walked to the front and called out- Oentlewen It you wish it Mrs Ma vor will sing There was a dead silence Some one began to applaud but a miner said savagelyStop that you toolr There was a delay of a few moments when from the crowd a voice called outDoes Mrs Mayor wish to sing followed by cries of Aye thats IU Then Shaw the foreman at the mines stood up In the audience and staid Mr Craig and gentlemen you know that three years ago 1 yeas known ns Old Hlckctts lint that I owe all I am tonight under God to Mrs Ma vor nod with n little quiver lu his voice her baby And we all know why And whnt I say Is that If she docs not feel like singing tonight sue Is not going to slug to keep any drunk en brute of Slavlns crowd quiet There were deep growls of approval nil over the church I could have hug gel Shaw then nud there Mr Craig went to Mrs Mayor and nfter a word with her clime buck and said Mrs Mayor wishes me to thank her dear friend Mr Shaw but says she would like to sing The response was perfect stillness Mr Craig sat down at the organ and played time opening bars of the touch lug melody Oft In tho Stilly Night Mrs Mayor came to the front and with n smile of exquisite sweetness upon her sod taco and looking straight nt us with her glorious eyes began to stag r Her voice n rich soprano even nnd true rose anti tell now soft now strong but always filling time building pouring nround us floods of music I had heard Pnttls Home Sweet Home and of all singing that alone affected me as did this At the end of the first verse the few women in the church nod some of IhoImen were weeping quietly but when she begun time words When I remember all The friends once linked together fIpnderlost his grip Hut she sang steadily on the tone clearer und sweeter nnd fuller at every note nod whets the sound of her voice died away she stood looking nt the men ns If In wonder that tllIYIshould weep No one moved Mr Craig played softly on and wandering through many variations arrived at last ut loulIAs she sang the nppenllng words her face was lifted up and site saw none of us but she utmost have seen some one for limo cry In her voice could only come from one who could see and feel help close nt hand On nnd on went the glorious voice scnrchtng my souls depths but women she came to the words Thou 0 ChrIst art nil I want she stretches up her nrrns she had i quite forgotten us her voice hind borne her to other worlds and sang with such n passion of abandon that my soul was ready to surrender any thing1 cv erything TO DE CONTINUED HclntloIUifunmllniu Cured After Fourteen Years at SuflVrlnj III have been afllicted withsciatic rheumatism for fourteen years says John Edgar of Germantown Cal 1 was able to bonrouud but coustnut ly suffered I tried everything 1 could hear of and at last was told to try Chamberlains Pain and Balm which I did and was immediately re lIevedand in n short timo cured and I am happy to say it hRS not since re turned Why not use this liniment and get well t It is for sale by S E WELCH JR Necessary Expenses for Twelve Weeks School Persons who board themselves can spend ar much or little M theychooec ou living expense It pay to hoe a little extra money orlcct urcf took and other thing But the necessary expenses are only u follow To pay the tint day HALL HILL School Incidental Tee 44 Kx 2ft O HoMltal Fee 2 2penscs Boob etc about 2 00 2sGeneral tOO tFuelRent of Laundry k0 Flnt Month Board 6 00 1100 ixIpeusea Lauudrr 60 Beginning M Mo Roar 6 00 btu Beginning Mo Board 00 5 00 2875 275 Ocnl Deposit returned 1 00 l 00 Total Exponie 19 Week 27175 37 For thoeo below A Grammar deduct the K for look and tl from Incidental fee making total only S47S When four ctrli room together each save f on room and tl or more on fuel making the total only n1311 classed below A Grammar Fuel li 60 cents more lu Winter and 50 cent ICfIIln Spring term Two rooms for housekeeping with stores etc can usually be rented for from tl to K a term The price of a bg calf a little tuulmrh or a few homespun bedcovern wilt given term of shoot which will change tunes whole life for the better No Loss of Time I have sold Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for t years and would rather be out of coffee and sugar than it I sold five bottles of it yesterday to threshers that could go no farther and they are at work again this morning II R PHELPS Plymouth Oklahoma As will be soon by tho above thu threshers were able to keep on with their work without losing a single days time You should keep a bottle of this Remedy in your home For sale bf S E WELCH Jn Three in YearsIAud out of all time sots of teeth that have been mado at iny olUee if there is one set or any sots that show any defects I will make u new set free We are making tho best sot of teeth in the world for 750 and if dolects show in ive years we give you a new sot free d This to all the teeth I have mate or am going to make the best alloy fills in the world at 75 cents DR HOBSON Dentist Permanently located iu the IIobsortBuildingnext Richmond Reference eminent BuildingISpecial Price The Citizen FIFTY CENTS A YEARta CITIZENI f COMMENCEMENT ANNIVER SARIES 1855BEREA COLLEOE1902 Sunday May 25 Memorial Sunday Address by Rev Wm II Hobo Friday May 30 Morning Memorial Day with Gl R Post Ad dress by Hon Win H Ramsey London Ky Friday May 30 Night Anniversary ot Literary Societies Saturday May 31 NightAcademy Exhibiton Sunday June 1 Baccalaureato Ser mon Pres Wm G Frost PhD Monday and Tuesday Juno 2 and 3 Examinations Monday Juno 2 Address before Literary Societies Rev N E Fullerng rning N Y Tuesday Juno Commencement Concert Wednesday Juno 1 Commence ment 900 a m Graduating Ex ercises 130pm Address by Rev David M Brodie Hinsdalo Illinois Fall term opens September 10 BEREA COLLEGE GRADUATES FOR THE YEAR 1902 COLLEGE Chas Hadden Cosby Granville0 Howard R Embree Berea Ky Stan ley Frost Berea Ky Anna Fay Han son Berea Ky Alice May Titus Boron Ky Ruth Keeler Todd Baron Ky Euphomia Lou Ferguson Chi cago 111 Anna E Lindley Kingston Ind Perry F Shrock Ashtabula 0 Clara L Todson Boston Mass Or lin H Vonner Corydon Ind ACADEMY Freshman Literary Sallie Chrisman Panola Ky lIar ley M Racer Jamestown 0 Ennis B Toals Paris Ky Louise Brown Xealsvillo N C Anderson B Jones Danville Ky Emery M Gentry Boonesboro Ky Third Year Scientific Arthur E Suffern Corning N Y Ellis C Sealo Booneville Ky Blo vii8 P Allen Bores Ky Fourth Year Classical Margaret L Caldwen South Salem Ohio NORMAL Three Years Course Martha Bales Berea Ky Wm J Blantca Berea Ky Etta Zee Moore Berea Ky Hester J Barker Travel ers Rest Ky John F Dean Clover Bottom Ky Noah May Salyersville Ky Wellington Patrick Hagar Ky Four Years Course Irono E Herman Woodstock 111 Sherman A Askew Somerset Ky NURSES COURSE Sarah Bell Jerman Berea Ky Mary Eliza Merrill Berea Ky Marx garet E Jones Danville Ky DOMESTIC SCIENCE Apprentice Anna Johnson Germantown Ky FARM William L Flanery Major Ky Walter Robe Boron Ky Willie Duncan Marion A ChasteenThomas L Frances Berea lyj Fayette Sig mon Wildie Ky- REPAIR THAT LOOM Boron College has secured a market for homespun and home woven goods such as bed coverlids linen dress liusoy jeans blankets etc at follow ing prices Coverlids f 4 toSOj Linen 10 to 50 cents a yard Dross Linsey CO cents a yard Jeans 60 cents a yard Blankets natural brown wool or bark dyes 3 a pair White linsey and white blankets are not in demand only on orders Coverlids must be 2 yards 72 inches wide and 2J yards 90 inches long r All dyes used must be old fashioned homemade dyes Any woman who wants to sell cover lids or homespun to Beroa College should find out what the College wants before beginning to weave or spin For information apply in per son or by letter to Missosephine A Robinson Berea College Berea Ky SAVES TWO FIIOJI IIIATII Our little daughter had an almost fatal attack of whooping cough and bronchitis writes Mrs W K Havi land of Armonk N YIIbut when all other remedies failed we saved her life with Dr Kings New Dis Consumptionthis wonderful medicine and today she is perfectly well Desperate throat KingeNowcine on earth Infallible for coughs and colds 50c and 100 bottles guaranteed by all drugstores Trial tattles free r rLOCAL AND PERSONAL I NN NNNNIN NNHNNINNIN N111N11NN BEST BREAD at Bicknoll Earls Dr Burgess is expected to return next week Mrs Dodwoll has several very limo young canaries for sale Masons are laying the stonework for the Second church parsonage Bicknell C Early are leading in Agricultural Implement sales this yearIf you have not secured your cow pea seed order through Bicknoll C EarlyThe Commencement Concert at the Tabernacle nod Tuesday night is FREEWelch has reduced the price on some standard dry goods nearly roper cent Alson Baker of Pauola a former student at Borea called on Tits CITI ZEN Friday Miss Mary Adams tins quite arepu tation as a dressmaker with the ladies of Richmond Thero is no hotter selected stock of shoos in Richmond than that of Douglas S Crutcher Grover Fish will soon ho out The heavy bandage on his broken limb was removed Monday The Y M C A lawn feto at Mrs Huntings Saturday night was consid erably dampened by the storm Mr Gamblo wont to Cincinnati Tuesday to try and arrange for excur sion rates for students going home for vacation Tho Special 25cont Jewelry Pack ago Salo will commence at 8 a in to morrow at T A Robinsons Jewelry Store on Main St Prof H M Jones has purchased the residence and grounds belonging- to Mrs Julia Hunting on Faculty Row Chosnut Avo Prof H M Jones visited Lincoln Memorial University last week and delivered the Baccalaureate sermon for that Institution Covington l Banks of Richmond are making a big bid for trade in irons clothing See their now ad vertisement on first page Rico it Arnold of Richmond are making a specialty of those noted shoes Queen Quality for Women and W L Douglas for Men For Memorial Day T A Robinson Jeweler Main Street has made a great reduction in the price of Watches Clocks and Jewelery Dont forget the Prize Jewelry 25 cent Package Sale at T A Robinsons Jeweler Main Street Sales commence Memorial Day at 8 a m The Annual Sundayschool Convention Glado District will be held at the Glade Disciple Church Satur day June 14 Look out for program The framowork of the new Congregational church in course of erection on Chesnut Street was leveled to the ground in the storm Saturday night SPECIAL XoTioEResident students who desire to attend the night school during vacation should confer with Principal Marsh or some other College officer at onco Mrs Howard M Jones who is on a trip north will speak at the meeting of the Indiana Domestic Science Clubs which meets at Valparaiso Ind this week It is the fashion nowadays to laugh at old signs and sayings Best not do it Hero is ono Thunder in February frost on May 2S It sure came true this year Miss Francos M Skull writing to renew her subscription says I ap preciate the news especially the events of the College and cannot do without THE CITIZEN Miss Abbio Morrow who preceded Mrs Sara L Hoag as Matron at Ladies Hall arrived Friday for a visit among friends She is the guest of Miss Douglas at Ladies Hall Harold Hunting son of Mrs Julia and the lato Prof Hunting an alumnus of Berea 99 was awarded a scholarship and a Fogg premium at Yale University last Wednesday The prize numbor that draws the Ladies Watch given away in the Special25cent Package Salo at T A Robinsons Jewelry Store Main Street will be published in Tile CIT IZEN of June 12 Joseph Hayden a grandson of A Crawford a former student at Boron was run down at a railroad crossing in Cincinnati Wednesday evening May 21 and instantly killed The body was brought the cemetery Friday lastIC D Lewis a 1 College and for the past year an instructor in the TheodoroIIarris Insti tuto Pinoville was here at the ball game last Thursday Mr Lewis has accepted a position on tho teaching force of Boron College for tho coming yearWe have tho solo agency for Rich mond and Madison county for Famous Queen Quality Shoes for Women PricesS300 Oxfords J250 A largo assortment of W L Douglas Shoos for Mon at 52 BO 300 and 350 Al wayson hand RICE ARNOLD RICH MONO James Huston Logsden a native and resident of Borea was found dead in his bed Friday morning May 23 An inquest was hold by Coroner Samuels and a verdict of died from heart disease was returned The body was burled Saturday at the fam ily burying ground Mrs Howard M Jones left last Friday for Chicago whore she goes to attend the National Housekeepers Association as a Director of the Ken tucky branch of the association Mrs Jones expects to moot Mrs Dr G T Fairchild and her daughter Mrs Kirshner of Kansas City For the benefit of thoso intending- to compote for tho prizes offered by Berea College for the best dyeing Mrs Graham will have for sale at Clover Bottom Cabin on Jackson Street Indigo and Madder Thoso dyes ore ho best to bo found in the market and require much lOlls work to rule out than inferior ones usually sold in stores Prices for East India Indigo 15 cents an ounce Dutch Madder cent an ounce The audience attending tho Memorial Services at the Tabernacle Sunday morning was larger than usual Rev W If Robe delivered the address which was listened to with much interest At one point in the service Miss Lila Burman recited Tho Charge of the Light Brigade ot Balaklava The speaker stated that on many occasions during the Civil War the deaths outnumbered those of tho historic charge and proved the late struggle to be the most momen tous one in history 1N NNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN j CORRESPONDENCE j f NNN1NN N1NNNNNNNNII OF IMPORTANCE To Chalrmukers In time ICon tAcky Mountains If you will send your names and postoflleo ad dresses to THE CITIZEN it is more than likely you can get orders for home made chairsMADISON COUNTY PEYTOKTOWN Rev G D Miller preached in our church Monday nightJ L Francis was hero SaturdayMiss Adelle Phelps has finished her school at Whitehalland is homo again Miss Mary White visited her parents hero Sunday Rov R H Muuday assist ed by Boys Jesse Farris and I Mill er held services hero SundayMr Chenault of Whitehall was the guest of Mrs Alice Phelps SundayC II Miller was in Paris last week Rev C M Watts preached at Codar Cliff Sunday OWSLEY COUNTY BOO NEVILLE Tho httlo daughter of George Long of Major died a few days ago of heart troubleCircuit Court passel off quietly Fortyseven indictments wore found by the grand juryThe famous election contest case in this coun ty was decided last Court and the de cision is that last November election was unlawful and is sot nsidoOut of the county examination of last Friday and Saturday one received a firstclass certificate eight secondsix third and seven failures W P Rey nolds of Eversole is making a short visit to this place- JACKSON COUNTY KERBY KNOB Your correspondent and Miss Ellen Click attended tho Sundayschool convention at Hollard schoolhouse May 26 and had a delightful time Miss Ethel Jones was the guest of Miss Lydia Williams Saturday and SundayRov C A Van Winkle baptized Jasper Gayhart Sunday Thomas Smith from Madison passed through here last weekR abort Daugherty has returned to Louisville Thomas Gayhart and family left for Ohio May 26Miss Anna Powell is clerking in the Powell store at Ows ley Hill HELLARD SCHOOLHOUSE The District Sundayschool convention was hold at this placo May 21 Tho following is a roport of its work Singing by the congregation De votional exercises C A Van Winklo Welcome Address J F Marcum Singing by tho congregation How to hold the attention of the class by M Eva Click a short but pointed talk Is Primary work more important than the higher grades ably this cussed by Miss Ellen Click Duet by Ellen and M Eva Click Tho spiritualwork of the Sunday school was the subject upon which C A Van Winkle spoke Ho emphasiz ed tho great responsibility of tho teachers Red that teachers should bo spiritual Ininded mon and women The teachers preparation of tho lesson by Ellen Click 0W Hollard was elected Secretary and Treasurer of tho district JOltS Mclsrosii ROCKCASTLE COUNTY CONWAY Thomas Hayes hind n fine colt bit ten by a snake Sunday lIe thinks it will dieA party of Garrard county fox hunters was in these parts one night last week Somo one has boon stealing out and ruling J II Sigmonn horses at night Mrs Mattio Moro bliu visited her fnther in law Henry Hamblln at Boone Satunlay and SundoySani Mason the Madison countystock man was hero Tuesday buying fat hogs Messrs Hayes and Woods Wildie merchants were hero Tuesday 11I Jordan was in Borea Tuesday Mm Capt R D Cook of Scaffold Cane was hero the first of the wcokMr and Mrs J R Me1 Collum of Little Clear Crook wore visiting Mr and Mrs A J Johnston Sunday Capt and Mrs Smith of Wjldie were hero Sunday tho guests of Mr and Mrs Jesse DykoJ W Todd Iho hustling merchant of Rock ford is hauling heading bolts from Disputauta loading hero for Hume Bros Richmond Jesso Dykowas in Wildio Saturday Mat Coffey was at tho Sundayechool convention at Wildie Sunday Mr and Mrs M L Kelton have returned homoMr J II Sigmon was visiting in Berea Sot unlay and SundlyJ M Nave was in Nicholnsvillo last week returning home Monday He reports promising prospect for all crops in Jowmmino countyBorn to tho wife of Berdin Bold en a girl on 2ODiOI on SnyderJohnBurial Monday at Ktsl Lick muting house GARRARD COUNTY PAINT LICK Wright Kelly sold six hogs to E L poundMrsDrand turned over her buggy but did no serious damage Mr Wood of Richmond addressed tho Y M 0 A subjectReligion IICat present Tho third quarterly conference of tho College Mill circuit of SaturdnyandD Smith wore recommended to the District Conference for renewal of lo cal preachers license W D Smith was recommended for admission on trial in the regular ministry of tho lion tucky Conference M E Church THE SOUTHERN YANKEE DOODLE The goal old tune with memorlitfmight riot uwJ to come m handy We claim It too our fathen fought To Yankeo lIoo lIo Dandy For Northern men ami Southern mtn With Wellington to Iithcra Ai brothers inirchdl together then Whereer the caune might need them Chorus Yankm Doo Yankee Jtootltf Yankee Ioo llo Dandy Our ItvTiililllnnKatbeni fought To Ynnk o iKMKllo bandy Chotili A renlurjr ago It tame The day of itrca and trial When we replied to Knglandi claim With the arm add stem dental No time waa then with touguoor pen Oer pretty feuds to trlllc For Northern men and Southern men- The bayonet and rlllo Chorus Virginia tent her Iallero Krnowncd In song and dory The old North State her plonvcri hut not for KII or glory Connecticut her fannerMnl Forsaking Held and rattle Exchanging plows and hues for guts To serve the Ood of Mottle Chorus Where tropical palmettoes grow On Carollna hore And where with grand rcilstlm flow lagirai turrtnti pour From Massachusetts rockl oiind mast From Maryland plantation They came they came a valiant unit To Nave the Infant nation Chorus From Jerauyi palni of ihlnlng sand From neighboring Uclawiiru Rhode Iilandi rugged lurfbeat strand They came to do and dare From Ienniyhaiilai fertile vales From OeorKlai Mill of clay From Iatnpshlrosgraniteclilaanddales- Toanne Away Away JUIIA S TtTwlLrK TKIIUIIIIK XIIO ION ladyheremor of Klrkmau IaThe best doctors couldnt heal tho running sore that followed but Bucklons rnica Salvo entirely cured her Infallible for cuts corns Sores Boils Bruises Skin Diseases and Piles 2fic at al Drugstores Ohio College of- Dental Surgery 4 Dept of Dentistry Unix of Cincinnati a4 Central Ave end Conrt Street CINCINNATI 0 A Generation Ago STVITUSDANCE The only 20th Lion Coffee always correct in clean uniform retaining its flavor V fENNERSI Backache KldDerlI CURE Dont become discouraged There li a cure for you Iftary wilt Or IVnnrr llu lies eant a llti tltuu rurluc wt ucti cabman Foryears r hail batkarho torero pulsar neruaa kWurj add Kakllux urine I cuiikl ootCPtuulof without hlp The HM uf IIr Tenner Kidney and llarharhr 1nrr 10 ibiretlme a WAUONKK Ktadseitiela Ak trCuak linn Tree Huro Oun rirrular ire Y TRUMAN W DROPHY Dean IIR THE MARKETSI 4i airorrro ar- A 0 NORMAN A CO ClKClfOUTI May CArrLnCommon250 U0- 0Butchors915II 025 Shippors685 2 06- 0CALTEsChoice600 GM II Lorgo Common 300 60- 0H0o9Conllnon5 fn GiOj It Fair good light 0250Packing 08i 710 SUEEP Good to choice 435 f0 It Common to fair 275 4 an LAUDS Good to choice 5 115 ffh 550 It Common to falr350 500 WIJEATNO 2 Rod S31J 83 tlltOATsNoFLOOR Winter patent fl80 g 410 II II fancy 3701 MILL If FEED Family iiII 2000 HATNo1 Timothy No2 1200 i No1 Clover M 900 No2If 800 850 Pou1TnrFryersporlb15 Heavy hors 10 Roosters S Turkey Irons If 8 Ducks S Eoos Fresh noar by li HIDES Wot salted 6j 71 II No 1 salt 9 If Bull 6 I i- If Sheep skins 40 50 TALLOW Prime city 7 7 It Country 6jtf WooLUnwashed 17 18 Washed f 22 tf 23 Tub washed 23 ll FEATIIEHS Geese now nearly white 93 gray to average 88 92 Duck colored to wlnto 28 Iii white no quills 18 Turkey body dry 16 R Tills COLLEOE was organized in 1SI5 and tho 57th Annual Session begins ubout Ootobor let 1002 Three sessions of seven mouths each aro required for graduation This is tho first Dental College established hi tho Went Ills co educational and hits n teaching corps of twenty iiHtrtictoni IU buildings aro modern and well adapted to tho requlromontH of modern dental education nod its clinics nro unsurpassed Optional Spring and Fall Courses in clinical iiiHtruutions ore also given Foes are S100 each Hosmou For Informa tiou and Anuouucomont nddronn H A Smith D D S Dean 1U5 Garfield Place Cincinnati Ohio t 1 If Coffee could be bought in bulk Century way is the way scaled packages weight I fresh and rich DR lout AncrwultatkweFree nnissUtnNVil Pcanrr FrrdnninN 70 1350 dry medium Chicken l2 I I CanvasserWanted to sell IRINTEItS INK n jiuiriiHl for ndv rtiw rr pul Ii h d weekly al tire dollars a year It toncliPH tho atieaceandrscticeof Advtrtittiiig ana in highly twlMiiruxl by tho most successful lulvorlisorn in this cOllutqand Great c o in mission allowed Address rillNTIIIW INK HI aprure XI Yen Vutk Chicago College of Dental Surgery t DeslalDtysncd1LetsFrsatlsIl71 1 The Twenty 1 rut Annual Coarac- if i ttnctiar wwilllMclnOctlitr Innnlrr in oatl Usautrent ItKlructii la IbitM J ar t u w Mf7 W enKt tlie ruinluf t lv 5Ia as a Poor jar ntar e will U ir MlilnUtr fcn1ftI buililiu 11 1iOIlIt1 otter uunnue4 facilities In the Fur anmmnnxnrnt std ilvscriptit Uuuklct address Wood Harrison SU Chicago n I SUMMER I COOKING A- PLEASURE If you use the Ohio SteamCooker with doors Saves fuel labor and food Cooks anything hotter than can bo done in any other way Cooks a full dinner over ono burner or stove hole Meats vegetables puddings sauces bread etc all at once one does not flavor tho other Everything cooked to perfec yourdinnertithtGlInrnutccdshort time Food cannot bo spoiled while cooking nor by waiting for the folks tocomo Positively no odor Just the thing for canning fruit Prices from 51 to JfifiO Lusts for J years Come and see one at tho Citizen Office or write to JOHN DODWELL Berea Ky Agents wanted Good pay