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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 7 REV Editor JOHN and Independent Devoted to the WeeklyH DODWELLT HE CAnInterests of Knlerttt at tilt floHtt tlnu FARM SCHOOL r 60 CENTS A YEAR VOL Ill A Family Paper BEKEA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JUNE ri 1902 Fifty cents a year NO OII IDEAS 1 worhlImtlimo world owes mo n living I TlmtH BO hut it will cost you con niderahlo to collect it 1Thu four of tlio Lord in tho begin window mid limo knowledge of tho HOLY w iinderHtanding cntitlltlri Ikniu CoMtoi FA 11 TBIIM open Septemler 10 Save this copy of TUB Cimux You will want to rend tits trust hcTiniin twice Rev Dr Burgewi has returned from thu North and will IH pal pit next Sunday nt tint Tabormielo FROM THE WIDE WORLD Tho wni in South Africa in ended nuil nct between tlio British and Bars iNollloinlly proclaimed lloxern urn active in Uio province 0 Slo Chwiin China They Imvo de stroyed tin Catholic and Protctttniil elmrchcH and threatened to extermin lilt till foreigner Secret m rvic olIlcorH arrested n young wotnnii at Tnnr koo Solo tin hummer riwidonco of the Cvnr of Rim ia nvently carrying an Inferniil tnu rhino concealed in n handkerchief IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Provident Borrows of Ohcrlin in fuiriously ill from pnoumonin Tlio crisis wnn tXlctlll Mouduy night I Alx iit S3000 iminigrnnlH cnmo to the United States during tho month of May principally from Southern KurojH stud RIISHUI A bust of Pnuidcnt McKinloy cost ing KXXwn unveiled in tllII Month corridor of Iho potollico building ti Ihiladulphia Pa on Meinorinl Day Next Sunday King Day in Illi nois anil fill public bulldingH and KchoolhoiiM nod many private rent denctvt will lw decorated with tit Stnr Spangled Banner Lnit weok n hill wax passed in the foimo prohibiting tho sale of intoxi r cants in nil immigrant Htutlonn aluo nn amendment to the bill by Mr Lnndix to prohihit tho nato of intoxi clint in the Capitol was adopted by role of IOS to 19 KENTUCKYy Judge W1 Kenton of Ml Olivet RolerlHon county IB mentioned an a candidate for Stato Treasurer Tho smallpox quarantine order is sued against Indiana by the Kentucky Stalo lloard of Health Inns boon BUS ponded until Juno 10 Tim County Superintendent of Schools in Greonup county reports a decromiu in tho nchool census this YllIr of 12IJ causal perhaps by tho great exodus of families to Michigan A petition bearing tho required nuui Ixtr of names hRH bet i Idol in the County Court of Garrnrd county asking that a volo bo taken in tho lluckoyo district to the Halo of li guar heroin In 1811 so says Mr Slaughter ofI Danville there was only ono month in the year in which freezing weather did not occur in Boy lit county In Juno apples and peaches worn frozen on ho trees in Mr Slaughters orchard Thoro is n revival in progress at tho Methodist church in Flemingoburg conducle by the pastor Rev W S Qrinstead and Rov I B Culpopper stud his wife anti two HODS A number of persons hare publicly eonfetwd Christ as their SRlourIIPIiiUTIiKiii All I I Ono Minute Cough Cure heals all otlwrlnudicinefloturlrialforcoughN colds croup und throat and lung troubles says D Scott Curia of Log inInhton1a Quo Minulo Cough Cure a a absolutely Nato cough rue cnu medy which nets immediately ootha Ilu t ers everywhere testify to tho good it feu has dono their little ones Croup is ulld anett01111tor often arrives too e arm onco to Ono Mimito Cough Cure Pleasant to take Children like it r Sure mire for grip bronchitis coughs or anlu In tfnaf End Drug Con j On Baccalaureate Sunday Juno President frost PREACHED to 40 GRADUATES Freely Ye Have Received Freely Give 011Igoed to tho young people who are cuts pleting their courses of study And tho truth which in prowl for them will bo good for us nil Thu text is in Matthew x 8IIPrer ly ychavt rfctlredfrttlji iiirr The subject is receiving and giving o gratitude and generosity the blindest Idiot In tllo world IN Pride Tho proud man says lam all right Taws nobody lie holollgH- to the company of thoso who trusted in themselves that they worn right eous and detained others Ho is so well satisfiedaffii himself that he thinks nothing of improvement Ii i tins WRY the proud man cuts himself olT front fellowship with his neigh hors anti from progress So in the end prido is suicide As lilt wiso man destntefOver n nillRI pride are tho nnblo tXuulittoulN with which men receive stud give humility stud gratitude as wo receive generosity anti benevo lance ns wo givo This text is in Christs baccalau rent sermon Peter and Matthew anti the ten others had hl ell with him two years Thoy worn coming btu k litter for a few months of postgradti ntit study but now they were leaving his school situ starting out on Iho first real work of their lives Next to the sermon on the mount this is Christ most notable disoomse Ho tolls his followers that he has not come to wild jKBco on earth but a sword anti 1that they must expect trials and per secutions But in the same sermon ho tolls them of GOtlcnrouro are sparrouxtWhosoever shall give todrink to ono of these little cues n cnpof cold water out in tho name of a disciple verily I say unto you ho shall in no wiso lose his reward But tho heart of Christs wholo sir mon law personal exhortation to their souls lies in tho six words of our text Freely vo have received freely give And that is an exhortation for all graduates for all who have had ad ofuJesus Let us take this message as addressed by tho Lord to ourselves today Receiving comes first Con wo have tho honesty to own that wo have roo ceived freely f Can wo bo humble enough to HllYIll is not of myself but by tho grace of God I am what I aunt Have wo not received nearly everything that we are proud ort You are proud of your father und family but you dill not iniiko tlicm you nIceived them You are proud of your complexion anti features but you did not muko thom yoti received tholl1j You are proud of your country but you did not mako t lint you received it Mow can ono Ira justly proud of what ho did not mako or dot YOIII are an American a Kentuckiou Who is to la praised for that Surely not you but your great grandfather who first canto to this country You were horn hero without any net of your own nod nil you havo done 1ms boon to slay here When wo think of what we have received our hearts should bo filled with gratitude and humility and not with pridoiThink how much wo have all freely received Wo Imo received freedom No tyrant can oppress us no unjust judge can put us into prison Our liberty is guarded by courts and juries mid armies IIot did nil these safeguards of liberty como to exist is n long long story of those who- uffered for our sake Wo honored last Friday the titan who preserved n these institutions and extended Thom to tho Negro by their valor in the civil war Wo nil OWl thom something for our freedom And back of tho civil war was tho revolution Washington and Wnyno nd Marion anti their mOil fought HOVOU years crossed la ob locked I streams brayed the clangors of treason nd false accusation that they might American institutions And this was not for themselves mono huh for those who should como after them their posterity And we are thoir posterity tells us how back of the rev 1History studied and fought over of liberty conslitu lions jury trials and all that in lng loud for n thousand years And bo lore thorn was any Kngland titan sit the brave example in Greece For our boasted liberty wo aro debtors to ages goner And wo lire not only froowo nrn prosperous And our prosperity is something wo have received wo dirt not mako it Our neighbor Burdette in his mill can turn logs into planet board doing tho days work of 100 mOil in ono hour It is because in his machinery there is the skill the ill genuity the inventions of a thousand wiso men Our neighlxir Brnnanmn can place IIPlIor bananas or or anges on our table any day in the year Lit brings them from Florida Cube California If apples foil in Ohio he can bring them from Michigan or Ver moot All this is possible because Jas Watt invented the steam engine and n hundred other patient oleo have worked for years null years making perfect tho locomotive Take note tho steam engine is n public benefit J it is not for its inventor and stinkers alone Every Kentucky hey who oats nn orange hits received somo thing from tho men who mental the locomotive that can bring fruit from Florida in two days So of our prOHpority in other things God in his providence enabled some body to discover tho process of vac dual loss which has saved ns all from smallpox this winter And somebody clue by patient study discovered the process of disinfection thick has driven tho typhoid fever out of Beren hit health wealth and free dons are not our greatest bless pugs Abate these wo shall place lour culture and our religion Health wealth null freedom tnrvuluuleKA un less they mire used for these hither things By culture I mean those higher pleasures that lift tuna above the Niivago anti the animal Our fathom and mothers taught us to say If you please and Thank you nnd gate us those good manners that loud grace and dignity to life We have inherited tho rich garlaud of sons nnd poems which call out tho noblest feelings of tho heart How poor wo should ho if there wero no music in the world If tho HOld Kentucky Home should ho forgotten tho Star Spangled Banner had norer boost written Wo are debtors to the men who mantle tho priuting press BO that wo may road tho eloquence ol Patrick Henry tho wisdom of jamin Franklin nod tho history anti inspiration of tho past So too wo nro debtors to tho horol and self sacrificing men who bar founded and fjustnined the colleges und universities which have been the great source of both invention nnd culture Culture ns another nam education means n trained mind How often wo see n man of good in tentions and native force nnd capacity tumble to use his mind BO as ode cide an important question or girt the reason for his decision The un trained mind ia liko the unbroken horse powerful beautiful noble hill usoless Sotto men liko Lincoln get- trarinillgollillido the schools but train of mind n mnu roust have hobo bis mind will give him selfpossession wisdom success And whatever train mg wo havo we bate received clime directly or indirectly from schools founded by others for our benefit And in many most important matters wo nro indebted to tho trained minds of other men for safe guidance Take Boren College which is for us chin source of culture Countless homos are brighter today a thousand churches are stronger vo sit hero sur rounded by touch of comfort and re finement why It is because Ufty years ago in spite of mobs nun tio knee John 0 Foe devoted his life to helping those who wore most helpless t is becauso Johll A Rogers had tho same heroic spirit ns his gront ancestor who was burned as n martyr at tho stake It is because John Hanson was willing to hate his property do htroyod nnd to bo hunted like n pat ridge through the mountain rather lContinued on rate 2j i Dont Use- Spectacl es Unless you need them and if you use them bo sure hoy fit your need I will give thorough examination with tho above instrument risen op CiUiioi which always indicates tho correct glasses to use It you dout need glasties I will toll you so T A Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main St Berea ICy ESTABLISHED 180- 3MADISON MONUMENTAL WORKS Head stones urns menu tmntogoverned by quality of ma tonal Prices reasonable Only first class work unite All work guaranteed J T Hamilton Prop RICHMOND Ky Cntuerol Jliiuaml r0iilu Si rffiA 2 31 1 IEXPERIENOE TtlADt M F1KS Corrmcins DttlltiNS Anyone rndlnif a iki lrn tad IMMIMIMI IAt anBImntMrtctlrfv UilrnlUL liuuitir y oraivuU anrutatrnuITfriil MlUr unttiiiut tlinryo In tilt Scientific ir iCrtti tmnd oni lrrllr tf1 nwlly tjinint cir 9rrn13fIUMN CO981arotdm flew Y Qt stanch tllIk II 4 tWtL M a FOR HANDMADE FANCY WOODWORK fancyonapkin rings in allcolors South your orders too MISSES ltdern L CARTER BCKGA KENTUCKY Prlpon very reasonable tad all work wellmade 3IHt For biliousness use Chamberlains Stomach C Liver Tablets They cleanse the stomach stud regulate the liver stud hostels effecting a quick and permanent earn For sale by S E WELCH JR This LifeByDr Kings New Discovery Consumption Coughs and Colds Tho only Guaranteed Cure DruggistCURESQrlpWhooping COlg t Ineumonla Oran Affection of talc Throat nnd Lungs REERegulnr 811 K DIDNT WIUU A MASK But her beauty was hidden bysores blotches and pimples till silo used Buckleus Arnica Salvo Then they vanished ns will all Eruptions Fever Soros Boils Ulcers Carbuncles and Felons from its use Infnlliabla for Cuts Corns Burns Scalds and Piles Curt guaranteed 2fie at all drugstores r PICK YOUR SUIT From our great stock of reliable clothing All styles sizes and prices for your selection At S5 S6 650 Youll find plenty of stoat viceable suits the very host any market at tho price At S8 SIO 1250 A great collection of fine wool suits perfect in and tho most generous values offered in Central Kentucky Covington THE tSgrKY saddle guaranteed MOBERLY RICHMOND KY IIIMcClintock Opposite House DR M E JONES Dentist MillineryStore Office Days Thursday Saturday each week Spprliil ItrmliTn StreetChltegr llhl11I1fthrullxhevery tnrchinlni nleutlrtn theneelletunddu Night their shape throughout S20 oxtrnfine fnulllm satisfy the finest dresser BanksAt sizes for shapes and alter when necessary every case RICHMOND KENTUCKYIII HAVING LARGEST i iI wilt for time next sell misty in the 10 I percent reduction i ShedsStraw t Low Quality T J Successor J T Main eg tke Omc Friday null Nntlcit In Tills paper I on ate at offlre of Chi ttn ttil wlm ton run to ulrou later tie foul Im of fit in all in fit in 00 at to St of Our the The run The anil n RICE ARNOLD RICHMOND Shoes Hats Gents Furnish Ie ings 3t IIgotinHichmond MEAT MARKET v 1 have reopened the McailMar ket on Street Fresh Meatsr VegetablesinM B RAMSEY Ky Fair Dealing Pays youinspring Styles for 1902 Now Rockers Ladies Couchos Dining anti Bedroom Furniture and many attractive articles to mnko the home comfortable Picture Framing Carpets Malting Rugs UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY Day Phone Phone S15 S18 days shop Pries Court KY Main Berea Desks 66Jot Sr JOPLIN Richmond Ky 1 The Radcliffe Shoe l4 Is the only 0 K Shoe in town gatt Our Wall Paper Llnei I1111NS A UUm sELr CIlg1i I BICKNELL EARLY ciitDouglas Crutcher i have a fine line of Spring and Sum mer Shoes They iyou esa w4tHwrrre rNl swt I U THE CITIZEN Sermon to 40 Graduates Continued from Page 13 than give up his principles or sacrifice t the interests of the nowlyborn Col lego It is because a long Jine of teach ors and n groat throng of donors have entered into the labors of tho pioneers niul continued their spirit down to the present hour Only jester dRY I received n letter from n minister eightyfour years old who had henna of the burning of our Chapol and who out of the poverty of his declining years sent more than eight hundred miles one dollar to help on Berea College Suchlor gifts make all our properties a sacred trust The forty young people who graduate this week have received freoly from tho great throng of teach ors and donors who havo served and uphold the work of this College from the beginning to the present hour And not the students only but every inhabitant of this region has been hcnefitted in mind body and estate by tho supporters of this Institution And what have wo received in the highest sphere ot all religion t Re ligiou the forgiveness of sins tho kurwledgo of God and tho life ete- rualthis we have not matte of our selves it is the bloodbought jjllt ulIIonvon Have we not received even more than the apostles received t They saw the taco of Jesus Christ but did they know more of his real revelation than wet they did not know what we now know of the unfolding of his church among men We know the story of his birth his miracles his ministry his teaching and his death And through him wo know the Path er oven tho invisible and eternal God Now are we the children of God and it doth not yet appear what wo shall be Wo are not poor my friends with such possessions as those With hum hie joyful gratitude we assent when Jesus says to us Freoly yo have re ceived Yea Lord wo have recoiv ed freely But just hero sonic one says None of these things are ours unless we work for them Men have invented as you say tho locomotive but we cannot ride unless wo pay the fare So we cannot enjoy music without study or religion itself without selfdenial Now all this is true But we ought to be grate fill for tho chance to rido on tho cars whop wo do pay the faro and to have this benefits of music by study and religion by selfdenial We can pay the price and bo a thousand times grateful besides Havo you hoard the quaint story of the ulna who would not work j The neighbors refused to feed him r and ho requested that they would placo him in a box take him to tho graveyard and give him a comfortable burial But as the wagon neared the cemetery softhearted man met them with a load of corn I will not allow this man to bo buried alive ho said Ho may have this corn anti it will last him for at least six mouths The man who would not work spoke up from his boxcolLn and asked Is the corn shelled t The corn that God gives us is not shelled nor ground nor cooked nor forced into our mouths and for this reason many of us are starvingmany of us are already on tho way to the buryingground 11But when we do our part all q things are ours I speak of temporal things because they show spiritual things If any man will study Agriculture notice how plants grow and road what other mpn have found out and thou put on his overalls amigo to work and sweat a bit he can per form miracles ho sea turn dirt into dollars And if any man will make his heart pure the great and good of all past Lagos will beckon to him aud ho shall see God Fred ly ye have received We live in a friendly world Thoy that be for us are more than thoy that be against usBehold this great procession of thoso whom God has sent to help us the procession of our bonofuc tors There is the example of Noah anti Joseph and Daniel There ore the great inventors who kayo given us the advantages of machinery and modicino There are the lawgivers and statesmen Justinian Cromwell Jefferson Lincoln There are the re formers in church and state Augustine who planted Christianity in Eng land Luther who gave us back the Bible Thero aro the inspired voices of the posts and preachers Plato Chrysostom Milton Wesley Moody These oro the greater lights They are liko tho fixed stars that guide ships and Heels across the ocean And besides these thoro are a multitude of lessor lights no loss precious In u dark nIght the north star so far above 44f r us tolls us which way to go but it is the little lantern in our hand that keeps our foot from stumbling So tin great geniuses point for us tho gen eral direction while others close about us mother teacher pastor frioud help us take each step securely What a fellowship of helpful ness What a momentum of march ing feet toward heaven And now we pass to the other part of our text U Freely gl VIsChrist asks you and me to takoC our places in this glorious procession ol the benefactors of mankind Sonic us may bo as the fixed stars that shine afar and others only ns thet humble lantern but we are each to be a part of Gods great procession anti to shine with bimtAnd it is this that completes our fellowship with God and his groat helpers All men have dealings with God and receive favors at his hands but it is only the obedient anti the consecrated ones that havo fellowship with him A miserable lIgaI bond may say I had something toi do with General Grant he once gave me a dollar But this is very differ eat from the soldier who can say I had something to do with General Grant I fought with him to save the Union So we my friends not only touch God and his saints by receiving benefits at their hands but wo become as one of thom by doing what they dogiving to others I wish to make tho matter very plain how we who have receivedno freely may also be givers Let us look at the needs of tho world and see whats we may givo to moot thoso needs And to begin with do we all understand that everything we do which makes those around us tatter off is pleasing to God t In this vtryI sermon Christ tells us that he that gives so much as a drink of water shallnot lose his reward In thist very verse ho speaks of ministering to mens bodies as well as to their souls for he tells His disciples to heal the sick raise the dead cleanse thut lepers cast out devils This does not refer only to the working of miracles These things are types and emblems of what we all may do Heal the sick We live in a world of misery Tho majority of our follow beings live in oneroom houses live without knowing how to care for themselves and die before their time Wo aro to minister at the bedside of suffering but wo aroi also to do all wo can to prevent theI causes of suffering to remove the things that cause disease and thet things that cause hlartacheINot long since a woman stood at fly door with a bade in her arms There was disease in her blood dis grace behind her and misery ahead of her And I could scarce help her it Iran loo late To have holped that woman I should have had to begin with her mother Her mother married at thirteen before olio lad saved up any property or even learned howI nears for children When wo educate the mothers wo shall havo dons a great deal towards saving their children from beggary and shame Ituiso tho Dead Christ rais ed only three or four dead bodies but the Bible tolls us much of thoso whoJ ire so indifferent to their duties their privileges as children of GodI that they are dead in trespasses aUtII sins A student who does not careI whether ho does well in his or not is lead A man who dOOR 1I0tI respond when invited to help raise a neighbors house is dead A man who hears tho gospel and does not caro is dead And it is all but a miracle to bring such people to life But it can be done and it is a wonderful thing when they do begin to breath und open their eyes It is like this case of Eric Ericson when ho first found out what music could bo In boyhood he had known Ole Bull the great violinist but ho had never found time to listen to music So Ole Bull came into his shop and asked him to mend the bridge of his violin That was something mechanical and Ericson was interested When the instrument was mended Ole Bull had to test it hors in tho shop Ho adjusted the violin drew his bow across it and played as only he could play And for the first time in his life Ericson listened he was raised as from the dead to tho power of music the tears flowed down his cheek Mull ho said I never knew thero was any thing in tho world like that That is the way a person fuels when ho is raised from this dead in conversion Cleanse the Lepers Can we believe that this is possible The leper is the defiled sinner Ills guilt is like pitch that cannot be removed from your hand without taking the I r fleshwith it Isis thoughts are vile I his mind Now 1believeBut how glorious it Is when wo this miracle performed anti John B Gough or Mr Wooloy raised from time gutter and changed into now clean men Oust out Devils This is tho work of reform Wo have seen the devil of slavery cast out Wo havo tho devil of intemperance cast though ho sometimes comes back again And there is the dovil of gambling and the devil of fashion and tho devil of sectarianism nod devilof profanity and tho devil of prejudice and tho doilt of caste und racopndo and the mouapjy and this devil of war It is going to bo good athletic work to cast these all out but that is whul God hits given us youth and firo autic courage for Lot us then givo to all wo meet first ofall encouragement Many a will undertake a good ontorprino somebody tolls him you cue Acid thou lot us give instruction smith guidance A largo part of till evil of tho world exists through ignorance Aud pooolo aro not to lo blamod for not knowing what no ouo has told thorn One kind of ignorance is simply not knowing how to do things in tho bost way so that the seam unravels after it has boon sow ed and thus chimney falls dowu after it hUll boon built Another kind of ignorance is tho narrow niiudei ideas of life that enslave so many Thousands of people actually remain poor because they believe that Got in tended they should be poor Tell such people that God is opposed to poverty It IH the devil who lows and dirt and food badly cook ed and laziness And there are others who think it U a disgrace e work or a disgrace to work out for wages or a disgrace to do certain kinds of work nut so they sit idle and bring up their children so that hey must bog or steal Let UH give the gospel which is both encouragement and instruction Do you know I believe very many pooplo have never really heard this gospel Thoy do not attend church ofteu nod do not listen nnd wo min stern proach a great deal besides tho gospel But every man is thirsting for the gospel Ho does not know what is the matter with him but its really his thirst for time love and fellowship of God Now can you willI you so learn tho gospel that you can cli it to others It is a blessed thing o give drink to the thirsty My young friemlt of the yraduatinu claMen This is not yet tho time for tare wells wo shall soy goodby on Com mencement Day But thin is your last lesson iu Borea College Wo lope it is a lesson already well learned through the precept and ex ample of nil your teachers Wo have sent out no previous group of students with quito us much confidence and expectation as we fool this year Wo have boon able to do more for you and you liars faithful ly responded And it is gratifying o see you equipped for such varied forms of service If we could scud Id theso classes to some island in tho Philippines you could give them all tho elements of civilization Agricul ore Carpentry HoiiHohold Duties Caro of this Sick Schools and Churches And in our own land there is need enough of laborers in all theso linos We Hend you forth ns Christ sont His graduates knowing that if your are faithful you will often encounter ridicule opposition and porsocution But Gods providence will guard you and his rewards will greet you hero and hereafter For your own highest good and for the sake of this worlds needs wo give you this as our last and most important motto and watchword and exhortation Freely ye have received freely give A meal Friend I suffered from dyspepsia and indigestion for fifteen years says W T Slurdovant of Merry Oaks N 0 After I had trial many doctors and medicines to no avail one of my friends persuaded mo to try Kodol It gave immediate relief I can oat almost anything I want now antI my diges lion is good I cheerfully recommend Kodol Dont try to euro stomach trouble by dieting That only furth er weakens tho system You used wholesome strengthening rood Ko dol enables you to assimilate wha you oat by digesting it without tho stomachs aid For sale by Fast End Drug Co fey N NNeflNNNNNNNNNfN 1NNNNNILINNNN11NN NNNNNNNNNNNN f 11 IInnnnFORGETTING TO THANK MOTHER Of course you boys and girls aro not tho kind who forgot to say Thank whoa any ono does you n favor When you were very small before you couldso much as talk plainly father anti mother taught you these two lit tlo words stud everniucoyou hero been careful about using thorn at tho right tiuio liters are a good many people who are careful to say Thank you when somebody passes them tho hand at dinner or tends thorn n hook to read but who receive other and greater kindness without Haying a worth Whoro are my gloves cries Jack as ho is about to start fornchool HOIUO morning Oh dear I wish folk would let my gloves alone hors they urn Jack mamma says quickly BH tho Hound of tho impatient foils comes to her curs I put thorn away for you whoa you loft them ly ing about Anti perhaps Jack Bays Ohalltl perhaps ho says nothing at all It is not likely that ho says Thank you Wo fear his mother is used to it however Most mothers ant How many boys and girls think of saying Thank you for tho Noun mother spends mending their torn clothes or for her cart of them when they nits sick or for any of tho little sacrifices sho in making all the time If they want nay help on their Ill SOil mother given it ni n matter of course cud thoy usually forgot that it is anything for which to thank her They take it for granted that what over they want mother will give thorn if she possibly can So she will but her uusollUhiiewi is no excuse for their being ungrateful amid din courteousStart very tiny to say Thank you whonorur mother dots you a kindness Perhaps you will bo surprised to learn how many chances thero are in a day to use those little words And you will ho even won surprised to see how much it moans to mother that you do not forgot themlirrut TtwiifMa llrmljr To Ylrlil I used DoWitts Witch Hazol Salve for piles and found it n curtain euro anyn S U Meredith Willow Grove Dal Operations unnecessary to cure piles They always yield to DoWitts Hazel Salvo Cures skin disoanes all kinds of wounds Accept no haunter foils For sale by East End Drug Co IT UA7IK4 TUB WUItllt No Discovery in medicine has over created ono quarter of tho incitement thnt has been caused by Dr Kings Now Discovery for Consumption Its Hoverest tests havo been on hopeless victims of Consumption Pnouuioniu Hemorrhage Pleurisy amid Bronchitis thousands of whom it hiss restored to perfect health For Coughs Colds Asthma Croup Hay Paver Hoarse ness and Whooping Cough it is this quickest surest cure ill this world It is Hold by alldrugstores who guarantee satisfaction or refund mousy Largo bottles Mc and 100 Trio bottlesP- ron S1M11- Pe promptly UliiU n ems Korvlrn send model I ketch or JwoJ lurentloa for fncrellOrt For free look urowua onTrnatl1ll1 ARKS Hlle lalrlli n In head It In lilt Nenqaper- George Schaub a well known Ger man citizen of Now Lebanon Ohio is a constant reader of tho Dayton Volkateitttng Ho knows that this papor alms to advertise only this best in its columns and when ho saw Chamberlains Pain Balm advertised timers in for lame back he did not hesitate in buying n bottle of it for his wife who for ought weeks had suffers with this most terrible pains in lieu back Bud could got no relief Ho says After using tho Pain Balm for a few days my wife said to mo I fool as usingmunbearable pains had entirely vanish od and sho could again take up her thanktwise will hear of tier wonderful recov ery This valuable liniment is for sale by SE WELCH JB COMPULSORY EDUCATION Does It Elfaot a Change For The Better Tho following lists are instructive showing tho difference in tho amount of illiteracy in thoso States having compulsory attendance laws mild those not having such laws The figures show the per cent of illiteracy among the wlulo population It should htl remembered that these figures show tho por cent only of tho population over ten yearn old unable to rend and writs Thorn is no way of estimating tho vast difference in tutu real quantity of education but it is much greater for whore nearly all can road and writs and tho lawn compel attendniico four or live months annually for six or fight years tho Htulinticn for n higher grade of education would HIOW n still greater advantage thou tho statistics taken ou the basin of mere inability to read and write It should also Ill roiiieuihertMl that In some of theno Status tho tarn hunt IHHIII hi force only n row yuiird before tho taking of tho census ou which tins figures urn based Some of limn States having compul sory attendunco lawn are Maine U5 Now Hampshire lf Vermont Jlft Massachusetts OS Rhode Island 2 H Connecticut I Now York IS New Jersey 271entlsylvnnia8ti District of Columbia 17 Ohio llfi Indiana it Illinois 81 Michigan 2fi Win cousin JI Minnesota 11 Iowa 11 North Dakota lSj South Dakota lJ Nobniskii 12 KHIIHOS 2 Montana 10 Wyoming 73 Colorado 8S Utah 28 Nevada OS Idaho 85 WnMiiiiKton lrt Oregon 18 Cali fonlin17 Some of the States not having n compulsory education law urn North Carolina 21 South Carolina 1S1 Alabama Ht1 Virginia II Georgia 10 fi Louisiana 208 Arkansas 1I5C Tennessee IS Texas 88 Minninfllppi 110 Maryland b l Florida 111 Trained tenohein learned in tho sciences and arts good houses and more money to pay tutu teachers are three grunt needs of our fcthooln says thus TeitHtttre Wtt11 Cfflteent Education in not attainment hut op portuuity It is not n pnnucou but rather nu endowment for serviceI Iretbyterian Simulant UUW TO AVOIItTKOIUllK Now in toe lime to provide yourself and family with a hoUItof Chamber laluri Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Itbinedy It in almost curtain to Iw needed before tho summer is over and if procured now may save you n trip to town iu the night or iu your busiest season It in everywhere admitted be this most miccoMiful medicine hi for bowel complnintn both for chit dren and adults No family can af ford to without it For sale by S E WELCH JR Tho fanner who desiren to make his faro pay should not use too mush land but rather ondoavor to secure larger crops It has been feared by HOIUO that tho worlds supply of wheat would Ix1 at Homo limo loss limn tho demand and this fact U that hut for tho introduction of tho harvesting ma chines tho area In wheat would bo much less but it in known that tho yield of wheat in this country in very low considering the urea cultivated Inking than fourteen hiiNholH per micro un tho average An the yields In Europe are four timoi as much per acre and oven mow in some countries it in evident that our fnrmern tire de voting their timo nud minor to four or live acres thnt should ho given only 7 on ram acre nod that iu cultivating n larger area of land In order to m cure tho yield that could Iw obtained from n smaller hull they are Increasing tilt cost of production and corresponding ly reducing thin prolltn thn ouHM too much land in uoiuotiineM expensive in labor and manure Thurs is much yet for toe farmers to learu iu thus mnntigomoiit of their tunas In Euros tIll inlennivo sys tem in thin rule hue in thin country it in dillicult to even attract tho atten tion of farmers in thnt direction though as till population IncrenNo und this public Innd is taken up turn ers wllllbeoompollfd to Increase thnlr nvonige yields of crops not only iu order to reduce tho exit of production but also thnt they nay compute with those who tire timers enterprining The strongest competitor of n farmer in not the grain grower of BOIIIO other conn jtry but his ncighl or If tho neigh tor can make hula mutt average ten mhos more per hero tuna ho then the neighbor out if ho preferred mill at a lower price null thus reduce tho vnluo of tho article in his community This evidence in conclunivo that where the intonnivo system In practical this irofitn nro larger ni gardener near lieu largo cities make small fnrmn pay profits timid nro really surprising tov thono who art content tondhoro tothu t systems timid liMn II in vogue for yearn There are yet wplumliil op or union on farms for thono who are willing to devote time und labor to increasing time yield of crops rather than In cultivating largo areas and securing but little more than this cost of puxluition A fow motor vines run bn mmlo to do good service if tho soil Is light anti windy Dig out a plate threw lust square and two foot loop for etch and fill onehalf lull of well lllIlIt llOd horse manure using rich ijonrthon top Plant this Hoodn after Slay faints in nnd when the plants are up apply n tablespoonful of ni Imto of lOtiHulllt1tur round eel innlSelecteil RIPANSFor years I had boon n sufferer with chrouio stomach trouble pros sure of gas and distress of my bowels contracted whet this doctors pronounced low typo of mnhtria could slot take solid food at nil nlldollir It veryliUlo of line lightest of tllulouhl create fever and vntii icing Tho druggist sent mo n box of Hipnim Tabules Haying he sold more Hipann than anything else for Momuch trouble I not only found relief hilt I have been permanently cured AT DRUGGISTS The five cent packet is enough for an ordinary occasion The family bottle six ty cents contains a supply for a year i BEREA COLLEGE Founded I 1BES J t Places the Best Education in Reach of All Over IO Touchers SOU UtiidontH lion 20 SLides Largest College Library III Koiitucky NO HAIOONHCTrade HclioolH Carpontrj Printing Housework Modal Schools Geuoral Education and fitting for advanced courses For those sufficiently advanced to get u teachers certificate l Applied Sclonco Two years course with Agriculture for young men and Domestic Science for young ladies Normal Coinso Two years with practice teaching Acadomy OourMO Four years fitting for College for business anyt College Ooiirao Literary Philosophical Classical Lfor life Music Heod Organ Choral free Vocal Piano Theory Wo are hero to holp aU who will help themselves toward n Christian otlu cation Our instruction is a free girt Students pay a small incidental fee to meet oxpousos of the school apart from instruction and moat also pay for board In advance Expenses for term 12 weeks clay ho brought within 2 100 about 14 to he paid in advance r Tho school is endorsed by Baptists Congregationalist Disciples Methc sts Presbyterians and ROOd people of aU For Information and friendly advice address the Secretary WILL C QAMULK Bcrea MadUou Oa Ky 6 1 II if i JIf ITHECITIZEN r THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON X SECOND QUARTER INTER NATIONAL SERIES JUNE 8 Trxt of Ilir Irunn Ada II v 22 U Jletniirr VrraiB aoas IJultlrn Tral UM v 1 Cnmiiiriilurr Irrpnrril Ujr llvv II M Mrurni- Copyrlf ht 1X0 by Amrrlean Prrw AMD elation J JI Then pleaied It the npoallig and rldtra with tli whole church to Bond chonvti men of their own eomtKiny to An tluclt with 1aul and Ilumubix- Iutil utiil ItnnmlwH having returned to Autloch after their Ilritt nilnnloimry tour continued thrro n long time with thu illncliikM teaching till won Ih- S Vhllu thiru tencherii cninc from Jucliiii who wild that till gpiillhm could uot ho saved by fulth In lirlnt unlcsd they were nloo clrrtunulxwl Then WOH MO much illiiii nnloii nnd dliiputatloii nbout It that thu churrh nt Anilwh ktnt Paul and IlarnnlmH mill OHTM to Jurumi Itin to thu n Mist leu lUll I IluYri to lay the matter twforu tlicui Th council having liiunl till whole ytury atid UUcllHvsI It Cilniu to u iliHlnloll which tlny now Bond to Autloch with tlitite brethren M SI Forasmuch na we hive hnrd that certain which went out from IM hl e troubled you with word aubverllne your auUltlliholtl the Kroco of our lelnl Jonw Chrliit und tho lovo of God and the fll loWMhlp of tho Spirit In thin Kwtlng from thl hollering JewlI at JiTUMtloiu the nitoxtliH tho rulers In till church to thu K titllo believer tin unelrcuin cUttl at Antloch Notlco that thu Jew Inli brethren wnd erwllng unto tho trcutllc brethren They an all breth ren In ChrUt und acknowledge It- H Men that have hmardej thrtr llv a for the turn of our tx rd Jtui ChrliLThu honorably do they mention our Inloved llarnabni and Paul IK ouae of their Buffering for Chrl l nuke POIIIO of which were mentioned In taut ItMnon hut for n fuller lint of 1aulit Nuffrrlnm new II Cor xl US2M And yet hear 1aul My Nonu of thewj thing move me and the minVrlngii of thlll present tlmo are not worthy to be compared with tho glory which IIbulll H revealed In u nod our light aftlletlon which Is hut for a moment ttc ActN xx l Itom vlll IS II Cor Ir IT iHMttUw ho believed Goon 1 It aecmed toad to tha Holy Ohel and to ua- Observe tho partnership of the Holy Bplrlt nnd the church and comjwro rhspter xlll 2 Hvcry ono who receive Jenun Chrlxt revelvc also tho Holy Kplrlt and the Ixxly iKcomes Hid tem lIlt every whit of which Ho Jwilously UfIr th for tho glory of CSod I Cor vl 10 10 Jill Iv R It V niurglii The Lord JeiUd Mid to His a pith 1 en when Ho wnt them forth It Is not ye that Npvsk hut tho Kplrlt of your Father which speaketh In you Matt x JO See also Acts v 32 xvI tJ 7 it Abttaln from meats offered to dloln and front LlooJ and from thliuca Bluingl mtd frvm fornication from which If y- oa11 yourtelvc ye hall do waiL Kara ye waiL Them tbo council considered neces sary things but did uot say nccetuuiry fur salvation rather necessary as an cvldcnctt of salvation Thcro Is no sal vutlon by works revealed In tho word of ISod hut only tutlvatlon tiy the great mid UuUhed work of the Lord Jesus which tho sinner mutt receive al- lOw ftvu gift imrclmeod for him by the precious blood of Christ Acts Iv 12 xlll OS 30 Itom Ir C v 1 Uph II 8 U Tit III G hut being saved by faith In Christ that Is by accepting Clirlst receiving Him John I 12 I John v 11 IZIthlll tho good works am necessary as an evidence to men that we ant new creatures In Christ Kph II 10 fit Ill 8 Matt v 10 Gal vl 15 Thu believer U expected to bo an eptdtle known and rend of nil men to tho glory of God II fc r III 2 0 There JII nothing burdensome in the service of Christ His command uiontH lire not grievous lUll yoko IN tUllY and IIU btirduu Is light I John r 3 Matt xl 30 30 SI Thy delivered the eplille which when they had read they rejolcrd for the coniolallun Theno were words of comfort In stead of the words which had troubled them vinto 21 Tho Holy Spirit Is a Comforter and when Ho speaks He brings comfort to tho people of God Comfort ye comfort ye My peopleI t mlth your Goo O thou that tellest good tidings to Zion O thou tlmt I tellest good tidings to Jenmnlem lift up thy volco with strength lift It up lie not afraid Bay unto the cltliH of Judnh Ilehold your God Isa xl 1 0 margin All Gods thoughts to Hlx I eoplu aro thoughtii of peace and He IllollloIi A truo prophet la ono who Is a I spokesman for God Compare Kx vll 1 nnd Ir 10 God Is the Father of I Mercies and thu God of all comfort L nnd Ho comforts us In all our tribula tion that wo may comfort others In wheroL God II Cor I 3 S3fro And after they had tarried there n pace they wero let BO In peace from tha J brethren unto the npoitle 111I It Is our privilege to live In pence 1011 tho peace of God to como and go In UII pence to havo pence alwnys by all film means even perfect pence Ihll Ir U w e 7 II Thess Ill 10 Inn xxvl 1 Our lIoll God and Father In thu God of peace nlltl tho Lord Jesus U tho Prince of Pence and If wo arc uot enjoying tho peace of God It must bo because we lire not hilIillr in fellowship or In some BLMISO unbo llerlug for tho God of hopu Jovca to 1111 Ills children with all joy and peace In beliarioff Rom xv 13 r WlllTi 5MN TUKHKl YKLLOW Great constornation was roiL by the friends of M A Hogarty of Lexing ton Ky when tlioy Haw ho WON turn ing yellow Ills skin nlowly clmngcd color nlxo hifl oyo nntl ho suffered terribly His nmlatlr wnn Yullow Jnundlco Ha WaN troatwl by tho boot doctors hilL without benefit Then ho was adrmod to try Electric Hittunt tho wonderful Stomach and Liver remedy and ho writes After taking two bottlex I was Wholly cur ed A trial proven itHinntchloHH merit for nil Stomach Liver nnd Kidney troubles Only HOu Sold by nil drug store i I Black ji I Rock t By RALPH CONNOR f AxolnMr Craig wandered on through his chancing chords till again ho cuiuo to familiar ground and the rolcc IM gati in low thrilling tones Iternards great song of home Jerusalem till Golden Kvery word with all Its weight of meaning came winging to our vouls till wo found ourselves gazing afar Into those stately halls of Aon with their daylight Rrrena and their jubilant throngn When the singer cnme to the Inst verse thero was u pause Again Mr Craig softly played the Interlude hut ttlll there Will no voice I looked up She WOII very white and her eyes were glowing with their drop light Mr I Craig looked quickly ulwut saw her stopped nUll half roc OH If to go to her when In n voice tlmt seemed to romc from a fnrolT land she went on Oh sweet and hleaird country The longing the yearning In till sec ond Oh were Indescribable Again and again as she hold that word nnd then dropped down with the cadence In the music my heart ached for I knew not what The audience were sitting as In a trance The grimy faces of the minors fur they never get quite white were furrowed with tile tear course Shaw by this time had his face too lifted high his eyes gazing far above the IIlnler1I head and I knew by tho rap ture In his face that ho was neclng as the saw the thronging stately halls nnd the white robed conquerors He had felt and was still feeling all the stress of the light and to him the vision of the conquerors In their glory was caul drawing and soul stirring And Nixon toohe had his vision but what ho sow was the face of the singer wltU hc shining eyes and by thu look of Kun that was vision enough Immediately after her last note Mrs Mavor stretched out her hands to her little girl who was sitting on my knee caught her up and holding her close to her brctut walked quickly behind tho curtain Not a sound followed thu Kinging No one moved tin she hud dis appeared and then Mr Craig came to the front and motioning to me to fol low Mrs Mavor began In u low din tlnct voice Gentlemen it was not easy for Mrs Mnvor to sing for us and you know she sang because sho Is a miners wife and her heart Is wlththo miner Hut NUO sang too been uso her heart is his who came to earth this day BO many years ago to save us all and elm would make you lovo him too for In loving him you aro saved from all bam loves and you know what I mean And before wo say good night men I want to know If the time Is not como when all of you who mean to bo bet ter than you ore should join In putting from us this thing that has brought sorrow and elm me to us and to those we love You know what I mean Some of you arc strong Will you Maud by nnd BCO weaker men robbed of the money they havo for thone fnr awuy nnd robbed of the manhood that no money can buy or restore Will thu strong men help Shall we join ImmU In this What do you nay In this town we havo often seen liell and Just a moment ago wo wero all looking Into helen tho sweet and blessed country Oh men nnd his volco rang In an agony through the building oh men which shall bo ours For heavenH dear sake let us help ono another Who will I was looking out through a slit lit the curtnln The men already wrought to Intense feeling by tho music wero listening with set faces and gleaming eyes and as nt the appeal Who will Craig raised high his hand Show Nix on and a hundred men sprang to their feet and held high their hands I have witnessed some thriving Bccnofl JII my life but never anything to equal that the ono man on thu platform standing nt full height with his hand thrown up to heaven and the hundred men below standing straight with arms up at full length silent and al most motionless For n moment Craig held them so and again his volco rung out louder sterner than before All who mean It say Uy Gods help 1 will Anti back from a hundred throntH came deep nnd strong the words By Gods help I will At this point Mrs Mavor whom I had quite forgotten put her hand on my arm Go and tell him she pant Thur1dago pushed inn out I gave Craig her mes huge He held up his hand for silence Mrs Mnvor wishes mo to sny tlmt she will be glnd to see you all ns In the old day on Thursday evening and 1I can think of no better place to give formal expression to our pledge of this night There was a shout of acceptance anti then at some ones cull the long pent up feelings of tho crowd found vent In three mighty cheers for Mrs Mavor Now fur our old hymn called out Mr Craig and Mrs Mavor will lead usHo wit down nt the organ plnyed a few bars of Tho Sweet Ily awl lly and then Mrs Mavor began Hut not a soul Jolncil till the refrain was reach ed and then they pang ns only men with their hearts on lire cnn sing Hut after the last refrain Mr Craig made n sign to Mrs Mavor and nhi Hang alone slowly and softly and with eyes looking far away In the wret by and by- Wo hall meet on that beautiful shore There was no benediction there seemed no need and till men went quietly out nut over und over ngnlii the voice kept singing In my curs and In my heart We shall meet on that beautiful shore And after till sleigh londs of men hail gone and left the street empty as I Ktood with Crutg In the nidlnnt moonlight tlmt mnde the grent tuoip alim nliotit tome near UH from Sandys sleigh we heard In tho distance Jlnptlstes FrenehKngllsh song but trIO song that looted down with tho sound of the bells from tho miners sleigh was Wr shall meet on that beautiful shore Poor old Shaw snlil Craig noftly When tho last sound had died nwuy I turned to htm and said You hnve won your light Wo Imvi won our light I was beaten hu replied quickly offering me IIH hand Then taking off his cap nnd looking up beyond the mountain tops nnd the silent slurs he added softly Our light hut his victory And thinking It oil over I could not say but perhaps he was right CIIAlTEU IV MIIS MAVOIIS sronr lIT HB days that followed the Hlack lock Christmas were anxious days and weary hut lIot for thu hrhhltt of lilY life wuiild I change them now for ns after tho burning boat or rocking slorm the dying day lies beautiful In the ten der glow of the evening so these days have lost their weariness and lie bulli ed In a misty glory The years that bring us many Ills and that pnss MI stormfutly over us bear nwuy With them the u limsH the weariness the pain that aro theirs but the bounty the sweetness the rest they leiive un touched for these are eternal As the mountains that near at hand stand Jngged and scarred In the fnr distance reposed In their soft robes of purple haze so the rough present fades Into tho past soft nnd sweet and beautiful 1 have set myself to recall the pain and anxiety of those days and nights when we waited In fenr for tho turn of tho for but I can only think of till patience nnd gentleness and courugo of her who stood beside me bearing more than half my burden And while I can see the fnco of Leslie Graeme ghastly or Mushed and hear his low moaning or the broken words of his delirium I think chiefly of tho bright fnce bending over him and of the cool firm swift moving hands that soothed and smooth ed and rested und the voice like the soft song of n bird In tbo twilight that never failed to bring pence Mrs Mnvor and I were much togeth er during those days I made my homo In Mr Craigs shack but most of my tlmu was siient beside my friend Wo did not see much of Craig for he was heart deep with the miners laying plans for the mnklng of tho league tho following Thursday and though he shared our anxiety and wns ever ready to relieve us his thought and his toll had mostly to do with tbo league Mrs Mnvors evenings were given to tha miners but her afternoons mostly to Gmcino nnd to me ami then it was I saw another sldu of her character Wo would sit In her little dining room where tho pictures on tho walls tIe quaint old silver nnd hits of curiously cut gluss nil spoke of other nnd dif ferent days nnd thence we would ronm the world of literature and art Keenly sensitive to nil the good nnd beautiful in these she had her favorites unions the musters for whomshe wns rrady to do battle und when her argument Instinct with fancy and vivid Imagina tion failed she swept nwny all oppos ing opinion with till swift rush of her cnthuslusm so that though I felt sho wns benten I WAS left without words to reply Shakespeare and Tennyson and Hums she loved hut not Shelley or Byron or even Wordsworth Brown ing she knew not and therefore could not rank him with her noblest three but when I read to her A Death In the Desert1 and came to tho noble words nt the end of tho tale For nil was as I say and now the man Lies ns he once lay breast to breast with Ood- tho light shone in her eyes nnd she said Oh that Is good and grent I shnll get much out of hlpi 1 hall nl wnys feared ho wns impossible And Pnrncelsus too stjrred her Hut when I recited tho thrilling fragment Prosplce on to that closing ruptur OilS cry Then a llcht then thy breaat Oh thou lIoul of my soul I shall clasp thee again Ant with Oat be the rest the red color fndcd from her check her breath cnuie In n sob and sba rose quickly and passed out without n word Ever after Drowning wns among her gods Hut when wo talked of music she adorlne Wagner soared upon the wings of tho mighty Tannhauser far above into regions unknown leav ing me to walk soberly with Heethoven nnd Mendelssohn Yet with nil our free frank talk there was all the while that In her gentle courtesy which kept me from venturing Into any chamber of her life whoso door she did not set freely open to me So I vexed myself about her and when Mr Craig return ed the next day from tilt landing where he had been for tome days my first questions were Who Is Mrs Mavor And how In the nnnie of nil that Is wonderful und unlikely iloes she come to be hero And why does sIll stny- He would not answer then Whether It wns that his mind wus full of the coming struggle or whether he shrank from till tule I know not Hut tlmt night when we sat together beside his lire he told me the story while I smok ed He was worn with his long hard drive and with tilt burden of his work but as ho went on with his title look Ing Into the lire us hu told It he forgot all Ills present weariness and lived again the scenes he painted for me This was his story I remember well my first sight of her as she sprang from the front seat of the stuge to the ground hardly touching her husbands hand She look ed u mere girl Lets see Ore years ago she couldnt have been a day over twentythree Shu looked barely twen ty Her swift glance swept over tho group of miners ut the hotel door and then rested on tho mountains stumllng In oil their autumn glory I wus proud of our mountains that evening Turning to her husband she exclulmcd Oh Lewis ore they not grand and lovely too- Every miner lost his heart then and there but nil waited for Abe tho driv er to give his verdict before venturing an opinion Abo said nothing until he had taken a preliminary drink nnd then calling nil hands to till tip he lifted his glass high and said solemnly Hoys heres to her Like u Hash every glnss wns cmp tied und Abe called out Fill her up again boys my treat He was evidently quite worked up Then ho Iteguti with solemn emphasis Hoys you hear me shes n No 1 triple X the pure quill with a bead on it shes a And for the first time In his Black Rock history Abe was stuck for a word Some one suggested angel Angel repeated Abe with Infinite contempt Angel be Mowed I para phrase bore Angela ulnt In the same mouth with her IM like to see any blanked angel swing my team around them curves without a shiver Held the linos herself Abe asked n miner Thats what said Abe nnd then he went off Inton fusillade of scientific profanity expressive of his esteem fur the girl who had swung Ills team round the curves and the miners nod ded to each other nnd winked their en tire approval of Altes performance for this wns his specialty Very decent fellow Abe but his tnlk wouldnt print Here Craig paused sa if balancing Abes virtues nnd vices Well I urged who Is sheT Oh yes ho wild recalling himself She Is an Edinburgh young lady met Lewis Mavor u young ScotchEnglish man In Ixiidon wealthy pood family and nil that but fust and going to pieces at home Ills people who own large shares In these mines here as a lust resort send him out here to reform Curiously innocent ideas those old country people have of the reforming properties of this atmosphere They send their young bloods hero to re formherc In this devils ramp ground where n mans lust Is his only law and when from sheer monotony n man must betake himself to the only ex citement of the plnce that offered lI- the saloon Good people In the east hold up holy hands of horror at theso godless miners but I tell you Its ask ing these boys a good deal to keep straight and clean In a place like this I tnko my excitement In lighting thu devil nnd doing my work generally and that gives mo enough hilt these poor chaps hnrd worked homeless with no break or change God help them nnd me And his voice sank low Well I persisted did Mavor reform Again ho roused himself Iteform Not exactly In six months he had broken through nil re straint nnd mind you not the minors fault Not a miner helped him down It wns a slsht to make nngels weep when Mrs Mnvor would comu to the saloon door for her husband Every miner would vanish They could not look upon her shame nnd they would send Mavor forth In charge of Hilly llrcen n queer little chap who had be longed to tho Mavors In some way In the old country nnd between them they would get him home How sho stood It puzzles mo to this day but sho never made any sign nnd her courage never failed It wus always a bright brave proud face she heM up to tho world except In church Thero It was differ ent I used to preach my sermons I believe mostly for her but never BO thut sill could suspect na bravely nnd ns cheerily as I could nnd us she Us toned nnd especially ns sho sung how Bho used to sing In those days there wns no touch of pride In her fnce though thu courage never died out but appeal appeal I could havo cursed nloud the causa of her misery or wept for the pity of it Dcforo her baby wns born he seemed to pull himself to gether for ho was quite mad about her and from tho day the biiby cnnie tnlk about miracles from tlmt day to never drank a drop Sho gure the baby orcr o him and tho biiby simply absorbed him f-He was a new man Ho e Id not drluk whisky and kiss his baby And the miners It was really absurd If It were not so patiietle It TTOS tIle lint baby In mack Hock and they used to crowd Mayors shop and peep Into the room at the back of ItI forgot to tell you tlmt when ho lost his Msltlon ns manager he opened u hardware shop for his people chucked him and he wan too proud to write home for money just for n chance to be asked In to sec the baby I came upon Nixon standing at the hack of tile shop after he had seen the baby for the llrst time sob bing hnrd and to my question he re plied Its just like my own You cunt understand this hilt to men who have lived so long In the mountains thut they have forgotten what a baby looks like who have hull experience of humanity only In Its roughest foulest form this little mite sweet and clean was like nn angel fresh from heaven tile one link In nil tlmt black camp that bound them to what wns purest and best In their past And to see tile mother and her baby Imndlc the miners oh It wns nil beau tiful beyond words I shall never for get the shock I got one night when I found Old Klcketts nursing the baby A drunken old IHMISI he was but there he was sitting sober enough making extraordinary faces at the baby who was grabbing at his nose and whiskers and cooing in blissful delight Poor Old UlcketU looked us If he had been cnught stealing nnd muttering some thing nbout having to go gazed wildly round for some place In which to lay the baby when In came the mother saying In her own sweet frank way Oh Mr Itlckcttsshe didnt llnd out till afterward hU name was Show would you mind keeping her Just u lit tle longer I shall be back In n few mlnutcH And Old Ulckctts guessed he could wait hubyIben In the evenings when she would bo singing her baby to sleep till little shop would he full of miners listening In dead silence to the baby songs nnd the English songs nnd the Scotch songs she poured forth without stint for she sang more for them than for her baby No wonder they adored her She was so bright so guy thut sho brought light with her when she went Into tho camp Into tbo pits for she went down to see the men work or Into a sick miners shuck and many a man lonely and sick for home or wife or baby or mother found In that bnck room cheer and comfort nnd courage lint to ninny a poor broken wretch that room became as ono miner put It the anteroom to heaven Mr Crnljr paused nnd I waited Then he went on slowly For n year and u half that was the happiest homo in nil the world till one day lIe put his fnce in his hands and shuddered I dont think I can ever forget tho awful horror of that bright fall after noon when Old Rluketts camc breath less to we nnd gasped Come for the dear Lords Baker und 1 rushed after him At the mouth of tbo shaft lay three men dead One was Lewis Ma vor He had gone down to superintend thu running of a now drift The t xo men half drunk with Sluvlns whisky set ort a shot prematurely to their own and Mayors destruction They were badly burned but his face was untouched A miner was sponging ort the bloody froth oozing from his lips The others wero standing about wait ing for me to speak but I could find no word for my heart was sick think ing as they were of the young moth er and her baby waiting at home So I stood looking stupidly from one to the other trying to find some reason coward that I was why another should bear the news rather than I and while wo stood there looking at one another In feur there broke upon us the Sound of n volco mounting high above the birch tops singing Will ye no come back again Will ye no tome back again Belter loed y9 canna be Will ye no come back again T A strange terror seized us Instinc tively tho men closed up In front of tho body and stood In silence Nearer and nearer camo the clear sweet voice ringing like u silver bell up the steep Sweet the lavrocks note and lanjf- Ultln wildly up the glen nut ay tae me ha sings ae sang Will ye no come back again r- Hcfore the verse was finished Old RIcketts had dropped on his knees sobbing out brokenly O God O God liiive pity hue pity have pity ami every man took off his hut And still the voice como nearer singing so brightly tho refrain Will ye no come back acalnr It became unbearable Old RIcketts sprang suddenly to hit feet nnd grip ping me by tho arm said plteously Oh go to her For heavens sake go to her I next remember standing in her path and seeing her holding out her hands full of red lilies crying out Aro they not lovely Lewis Is so fond of them With the promise of much finer ones I turned her down a path toward the river talking I know not what folly till her grent eyes grew grave then anxious and my tongue stammered and became silent Then laying her hand upon my arm sho said with gen tic sweetness Tell mo your trouble Mr Craig nnd I knew my agony had come und I hurst out Oh If it were only mine Sho turned quite white and with her deep cyes youve noticed her eyes drawing tbo truth out of minI sho said A Is it mine Mr Craig and my ba bys1 I waited thinking with what words to begin Sho put one hand to her heart and with the other caught a little poplar tree that shivered under her grasp ana saia WITH wnite lips but even more gently Tell me I wondered at my voice being so steady as I said Mrs Mavor God will help you nnd your baby There has been nn acci ir dent and It Is all over Sho wns n miners wife and there was no need for more I could see tho pattern of the sunlight falling through the trees upon till grass I could hear the murmur of the river nnd the cry of the catbird In the bushes hilt we seem ed to be In n strange nnd unreal world Suddenly she stretched out her hands i- to me nnd with a little moan said Take mo to himrSit down fur a moment or two I entreated No no I am quite ready See silo added quietly I am quite strong I set off by a short cut lending to her home hoping the men would be there ahead of us but passing me she walked swiftly through till trees and I followed In fear As we came near the main path I heard the sound of feet and I tried to stop her but she too had heard and knew Oh let me 101 she said plteously You need not fear And I had not the heart to stop her In a little opening among the pines wo met the bearers When the men saw her they laid their burden gently down upon the carpet of yellow pine needles and then for they hud the hearts of true men In them they went nwny Into the hushes and left her alone with tho dead She went swiftly to his side making no cry but kneeling beside him she stroked his face nnd hands and touched his curls with her fingers murmuring all the time soft words of love TO DJ conNUED f V Of what does a bad tnste in jour t mouth remind you T It indicates that your stomach is in had condition and will remind you that there is no thing so good for such n disorder as Chamberlains Stomach Liver Tali lets after having once used them Thoy cleaiifio and invigorate tho stom ach and regulate the bowels For sale at 25 cents per box by S E WELCH Jn n Necessary Expenses for Twelve Weeks School Permit who board themselves ran rpcnd M much or little M theychoose on Hrlng expense It pays to hare a little extra money lorlcct ure booki and olhcr thlugt Hut the UPCCKUIT expcniifi lire ontr at tollowti To pay tho first day HOWARD UIIIQ HAIi lULL School Incidental Fee I 450 SI 60- Kx lloeplUl Fee 25 2ft prnsra etc about 2 Ul 2 O- Dloneral Dcilt 1 00 1 D- OItoom itiTu table etc 2 I1J 250 Fuel ml Oil a SO 8U1- Keut of aundry 60- KInt Month Hoard 8 00 600 Living 1725 1875 rJntmi To PT during the term j jn- Hrglnufug 2d Mo Board 6 00 5 00 Beginning 3d Mo Board 5 00 5 UI 2875 2S75- Qenl Deposit relumed 1 oo 1 00 Total Kxponte 12 Weeki S7I7B 8776 For UIOKO below A Grammar deduct the 12 for boob and ft from Incidental tee making th- tolalonlyU1J When tour glrlt room together each rare lIon room and ti or more on fuel making the Xotnl only 83170 Jl clamed below A Grammar Furl It SO cent more in Winter an4 CO cenl ten In Spring term Two room for hon kltplng with ilore etc ran unially be rented or from II to Jf a term The price of a biff calf n little tanbark or a few lioiiienpuu bedcover will Rlvea twmi of irliool which will change unea whole Ufa fur tile bUrt H A Weak Stomach Indigestion Is often caused by over eating An eminent authority says the harm done thus exceeds that from the excessive use of alcohol Eat all the good toot you want but doniover load the stomach A weak stomach may refuse to digest what you eat Then you need a good dlgestant like Kodol which digests your food with out tho stomachs aid This rest and the wholesome tonics Kodol contains loon restore health Dietlngunncccs sary Eodol quickly relieves the feel ing of fulness and bloating from which some people suffer after meals Absolutely cures Indigestion Kodol Natures Tonic DrWITTtCoOblclIgQ1liolL Three Years in Richmond And out of nil thn sots of tooth that have been made at my office if there is one sot or any eels tlmt show any defects I will mako a now set free We aro making thu best set of tooth iu the world for 750 aud if delects uhow in 1ve years wo give you a new set freo This applies to all tho teeth I have made or am going to iiiitko the beat alloy fills in the world at 75 cents DR HOBSON Dentist Permanently located iu the Ilobsoir Building next door to Oov eminent Building Richmond I Kentucky Reference Richmond National Blink Special Prico to Students 1 l I II 1t4 THE CITIZEN JI aPRACTICAL EDUCATION Fathers and mothers sometime complain that they cannot seo tin benefit of what their children learn at- school Any one who visits Boron can see the benefit of what the young people are learning hero Many a parent has waked up to realize how important it is that there should be some educatiou for tloso who intern to be prosperous on the farm in the shop or in tho home Your neighbors children are going to Borea Shall yours be loft behind t Samuel G Hanson has boon nominated by President Roosevelt for Postmaster of Berea Mr Hanson is one of tho oldest Republicans in tho State having begun by voting for Abraham Lincoln Ho is a native of Bracken county though long identified with Madison and for u time engaged in business in Clark Ho is n Trustee of Borea College and has always been a promoter of nil the best interests of our village Ho was prominently mentioned for this office before tho appointment of Mr Hart and inasmuch as those who opposed the reappointment of Mr Hart wore hopelessly divided tho nomination of Mr Hanson gives as nearly universal satisfaction as any nomination could This is certainly to be said thcwo who have soon fewer years of service to the party and community can afford to wait and lot such a pioneer receive merited recognition No man could bo more depended upon to make the ollice all that it should be 1 Jalron II ANNOUNCEMENT Wo are authorized to announce Goo D White of Richmondus candi date for Circuit Clerk of Madison county subject to the action of the partyIWe are authorized to announce Roy Circuitif party11hl0PRICK Fon SALEAbout 250000 firstclass brick very hard Will sell nil or part to suit purchaser The t brick may be soon on my form near Whites Station Address or callon Gee D White Richmond Ky or see man on the farm I THE MARKETS 41 KETOBTU BV iAQ NORMAN eo CINCINNATI Juno 3 CArTLnCommon250 41 100 Butchers46 G25 Shippers585 06- 0CALvmChoice600 650 500vt HooSCommon60160 to Common to fair350 600 WHEAT No 2 Red 82i JonN t 1J- l OATSNo 2 mixed 44 45- q3 RSE No 2 60 c 61- 410kFamily305 i BHr MILL FEen1900 2000 lBArNo1 TimothylJ2i fl 3W nw 1200 II No1 Clover SriO 900 No2II 800 850- PouLTnv Fryers per Ib 15 Heavy hens ln If UoostersII 6 Turkey hone I 8 Ducks 8 Eons Fresh near by 1- 1MessWetaaltod 6 II No 1 dry salt U 10 I Bull 6 i 7 Sheep skins 40 fiO TALTOW Prime city 7 7 Country 6J C WOOL medium combing 17 Q la Washed long 22 fig 21 Tub washed 23t 21 FEATHERS Geese now nearly whito 43 gray to average 38 6 42 Duck colored 28 85 Chicken white no quills 18 Turkoy body dry 12 15 sprbc IerSpring fever is another name for biliousness It is more serious than most people think A torpid liver and inactive bowels mean a poisoned U neglected serious ilhioss may followsuch symptoms Do Witts Little Early Risers remove all dang er by stimulating tho liver opening tho bowels and cleansing tho system of impurities Safe pills Never gripe I have taken DeWitts Little Early Risers for torpid live ovary foryears writes U1 Ever ly Moundsville W Va They do me more good than anything lover t Co tried For Bale by East End Drug 4 I r ra iNNM1NNNN1NNN1 NNNNNNMNNN LOCAL AND PERSONALN1- 1NNNHINNNNIINNIIIININNNIN NOTE THE CITIZEN is out a day ahead of time this week so that it could bo distributed on Commence meat Day Our columns aro so full and wo are crowded with work so that we cannot in this issue give adequate space and proper notice to the many interesting functions and happenings of this important week but wo will try and attend to the matter iu our next number June 12 BEST BREAD at Bickuoll Earls Dr Burgess returned from his trip North Friday The Colored Schoolhouse is to be paintedright away Rend what is said in the sermon this week about abolishing poverty The sermon this week gives us a good idea of truo and practical relig ionHoward Embree arrived Thursday from Yale He graduates hero this yearRICE ARNOLD have tho largest and bout selection of straw hats in Rich mond Hon W R Ramsey was unable to attend on Decoration Day and deliv er this address Rev Ilenty M Pennimun cameSat urday and will bo hero for Com mencement Our stock is full and complete and our prices are tho lowest than f ARNOLD Richmond Ky Mrs Eliza Mix of Hartford Conn is a guest with President and Mrs Frost and will stay for Commence mont Jas Dalton huts bought the Hardiu Golden blacksmith shop anti tho land on which it stands Tho price paid was 100 Madison County Annual Sunday school Convention will lx held at Richmond Monday and Tuesday Juno 23 and 21 T A Robinson the Jeweler and Optician will leave Borea about July to open business in Richmond at the Armer stand Miss MauI Hankins a former stu dent at Berea was married May 1102 and is now Mrs Goddartl resid ing in Seattle Wash Covington Banks of Richmond aro making a big hid for trade in mens clothing See their new ad vertisement on first page We are iu the business to stay and want your trade for Shoes Hats and Mens Furnishings Como and see us RICE fc ARNOLD Richmond Ky Miss Embree class of 01 Borea who tune been visiting her sisters in Salt Luke City has gone with her sister Mrs Miles to Evanston Wyo S E Welch Jr has acquired the business of C C Rhodus and after Commencement will put in a full line of Hardware and Groceries at that standMr and Mrs W C Haukins of Pawnee City Neb aro hero for Com mencement Mr Hankius is interest ed in gold mining operations in North NOTICE Resident students who desire to attend the night school during vacation should confer with Principal Marsh or some other College ollicer at once Mrs EdwinjFeo with her two oldest daughters of Clarksburg Ind arriv ed Thursday May 29 for a visit with Mrs Laura Fee Embree and to at tumid Commencement FOUNDA pocket book containing money which the owner can have by applying to J II Overly near Hick ory Plains schoolhoiiBo proving property and paying for this advortiso ment The public school white Misses Tudor and Hays teachers closed tho sprung term with a public exhibition Thursday evening lust Tho attend anco this spring was much larger than any year preceding Every young man and young wom an should now point all plans toward tho beginning of Berou College fall term Sept 10 The full term is the best time to study You have three months in which to got ready Howard and Will Embree two Borea boys and alumni of Boron College have secured appointment with u surveying party who go to make geological and minoralogic surveys this summer iu Northern Canada Six quart tiu pail 10 cents Three cakes tar soap 5 Four ounCM smelling salts 10 I All first quality goods at TilE TEN CENT STOKE next door to poslollico Richmond Ky rt s Principal Parker of the Blue Grass Normal and Industrial School Keene Ky writes that Prof 551 Council President of A M College Normal Alabama will speak in th interest of Principal Parkers sch on Friday June 20 in tho Colored M E Church Richmond Ky You eau buy 20 Ibs Granulated Sugar for 1Ilb Elmoros Rio afeeII 11 cUII 2 Ibs Fresh Crisp Crackers UII 25 bars Buttermilk Soap 25 Pkg Ann Il Hammer Soda t Number 2 Lamp Chimney 1II And other groceries seeds etc at corresponding prices at BLUE Gnus GUOCKRY Richmond Ky EdNorris Manager OUR COUNTY NEWS Richmond hay a building boom Tho County Sundayschool Associ ation will hold its annual convention in Richmond Monday nut Tuesday Juno 23 21 D P Armor for thirlythreo yoam a loading jeweler iu Richmond IIIH decidedto leave for Richmond Ind Ho gOtH about July The examination for public school teachers is moro rigid than usual tlui year Ofthe twenty four teachers ox amined last week two secured first class eight secondclaHH and two thinl class certificates Twelve failed to reach the third elaxs mark Twenty four white teachers applied for certificate to touch at tho recent examination at Richmond Two first class certificates were granted eight in the second grade and three in till third Twelro applicants failed to pass Seventeen colored teachers were examined Nine received first class certificates five second olex y wore given and three failed to receivo certificates Tho examining board was J Wm Wagon Sii orinteudint John Noland laud Miss Lena R Sti vorsf CORRESPONDENCE Parents anti young people should now lay their plans for tho oi eningof tho Berea College fall term Sept 10 Iu tho fall term lire tho Ixst chances for getting work to help out on ex lH3tises and tho full is than time for study Wo have moro than throo months in which to get roudy ROCKCASTLE COUNTY DISPUTANTA George Morgan died Tuesday May 27Miss Nancy Lake of Bo rea visited friends hero lust week Miss ETa Shearer who has had ma lariat fever for somo time is no o- tterMrs Nora McGuire and family of Crooked Crook were hero on n vis it last woolcT P Abnoy and sis ter Lydiof Borea wore the guests of Parrio Leo Abnoy last Saturday inch Sunday Miss Nora Owens of this place visited relatives at Climax last Sunday Miss Mary Owens of Orlando who returned homo sick is convalescent Misses Lucy Abrams nut Eva King of Climax wore the guests of the Misses Owens last Sun day0 M Payne merchant of this place says the drummers wont give him time to replant Ids corn CONWAY Rov Dan Phelps of Cartorsville was lucre Monday Mr and Mrs M R Jones were calling on friends lucre Sunday Mr ant Mrs C A McCol lam of Borou spout Saturday hero with friends and relatives Jesse Dyke attended Court at Richnlond Monday Died ou Friday May HO at her homo near Boone Mrs Eph Branaman of consumption Burial on Saturday at Sea Told Cano J II Sigmon went to Scaffold Cane on a strawberry hunt Tazwell Huff is on the sick listA band of gypsies with their wagons passed through lucre ro ceutly trading horses and tolling for tunosn M Johnston camo homo from Richmond Friday returning Monday Two light frosts on May 27 28 did but slight damage F M Carter is drilling for oilaud expects to find it at 280 feet- BOURBON COUNTY MILLERS BURG Miss Month Green is ou tho sick listMiss Amanda Price is visiting friends in Carlisle KyMrR Annie Thomson of Shipsvillo is very sick Mrs Fanuio Harris of Richmond Ky is hors visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Samuel Miller MIBH Tub itha Siuison is very sickThe Ep worth League will givo a musical en tertainment Saturday night Mrs Murtha Brown will give a moonlight fete Saturday night 4 rti r OWSLEY COUNTY OABBARDH done planting corn are now hoeing over their 0cropsThos Gablmrd tho little drummer of Booneville was hero n few days last wOllcUadou Rey colds of Cow Crook visited lute cousin Meredith Gablmrd Sunday Miss Mary Combs aud cousin of Wolf Creek visited friends lucre Sat urday anti Sunday Several young folks hnda pleasant timo Service hunting Sunday afternoon Wo had a good rein Monday which WUH follower by n very sudden change of temperature Mrs Lcandor Roy nolilH of Cow Crook who Is agent for the Elkhoru Woolen Milts was hero Monday securing wool for tho mills L F Colo purchased goal team of oxen of A J Chandler latclyC- n Gahburd raised some extra lint strawberries Thoro wore services at than schoolhouse roar C B Gab bards Saturday and Sunday Thoro was to have bi on a funeral service but Rev Began boing absent it wax postponed Ret L C Roberts eon ducted the mooting Dont forgot to liavo Tin CYmKN visit you IHHIUIHU you will over find it your friend IMADISON COUNTY WALLACETON Farmer iu this locality are busy plowing their corn Misswj Sarah anti Alice Dawson have gnat to 15 rem where they will ho tho guests of Mrs Wolch this wItJkU4I11f Iliutt is with his parents again rafter eight months iu Uhiobiro Katie Moody will start to T xns Juno 2 to join her husband G B Gahhanl hone just returned from McKee where he spent n week visiting relatives email friendsI rank Taylor lout a line mare last week SIlt was bitten by a rand dog HOIIIO hue ngoMr anti Mrs G B Gablmrd nail daughter Mary attended Decoration Day at Boron and report a good timoTIIlI Lancaster Oil Company hUH struck oil on tho farm of ElUha Johnston near Ctirtersvillo Morgan Biillanl and HOIIIO other men whllo logging m ar Carlorsvillo ono day last weep klllltluiuo ratttlo snakoaP- EYTONTOWN Miss Lena Martin was onturtnincHl hy Mrs Alox Turner recently Your correspondent attended Decoration Day exercises nt Richmond Miss Addull Phillips vnitxl Mm F K CimplKlI Suttinlay Rev f Miller was at Davintown last Sunday An threw Miller has gono back to Springfield Ohio Several of our jnwplo at ondwl church at Now Liberty Sun dutyJ C Buruam and wife visited his parents last Sunday Alonx Campbell returned from Cincinnati Sunday nightMrl Margaret A levis mid Mrs G W Gates are upending a week iu Louis- villesUIuiMER I COOKING A PLEASUREIf Ohio Steam Cooker with doors Saves fuel labor aud food Cooks anything bettor than can Ira done in any other way Cooks a lull dinner over ono burner or stovo hole Moats vegetables puddings entices broad etc all at once ono does not harem tluo other Everything cooked to perfec yourdiuuorfingers Doors are steam tight iiiunuitcud Saves Its cost in a short time Food cannot bo spoiled while cooking nor by waiting for tho folks to come- Positively no odor Just tho thing for cunning fruit Prices from 51 to S550 Lasts for years Conic and soo one at tho Citizen Office- or writo to JOHN DODWELL Berea Ky Agents wanted Good pay Ohio College of- Dental Surgery Dept of Dentistry Unit of Cincinnati 0 Central Ave and Court Street CINCINNATI 0 Tae RUGS the wore roaslrr uses to filaie hise with would vou cut that lii uh of CKKS tiara why drink tlstat Lion Coffeehaq no coating uf tIT tf s MI Its coffee Itk unadulterated frl HMK ami of MghiUI tlavur k and aroma n4frnerrUItac DR FENNERS KIDNEY an- dBackache EBladderDont become Tbtro li FrontlieOAMMiMyiHin All nwlaltalknaIre- Your iiklxey and lUctiache free It But M two rrry taulimiira nmmtour eutarea the pet yer who Ur Aar N Lad Clvmi up J L STILL u0 Wu tlaalI- UnllttlttAIi Mb forOiok HookFree n STVITUSDANCE All work anti no play makes Jerk dull hey TlMTijiirur Lund ol anl the Tsr ni rmlu alt mate ni inn roonthljr enUrtammnt nifluUim mut cal lltotarr end tocul feature MIMIONAIIU Lately starved in London because ho could digest his Early Villw saver him strength en tho stomach aid digestion pro assimilation appetite 2fic Money satisfi ed Sold all drugstores = t THIS CoLLtoK was organized in 1815 and flue C7lh Annual Sosniou begins about October 1st UK2 Throo sessions of BOVOII months ouch aro required for graduation This is thus firHt Dental College oNtabllnhed in the Wwtt It la co oducational and hues a teaching of twenty instructon Its buildings nro modem lUll iiilapttxl to tho requlromenlfl of motlern dental education nud Its clinics are unsurpassed Optional Spring and Courses In clinical r InHtruutioiiM aro also given Fees art lXoaoh scwsiou For informa tion mud Announcement multi riss H A S 115 Garllold Place Cincinnati Curn rtrrtiUr l r KrwlimlKNV 4 n Itee otoln ual Ibndgn t 1 i= klel ckruh or puu of iiTitniiu fat rr t IVrfrt Uik we lulle- au IflMUI9TIARKS 10 r Canvasser 4 Wanted to sell PRINTERS INK n journal fur iidvortiwrH puiiliNhod weekly at hut dollars n year It tonchwi the ritiiut nut practice of Adviitimng nude in highly entwined by tho most fur ailvorliH rn in I his lOUlltqIII1tI mutt icom miftttion allowed Addntu rUIMTKILH INU- It spruer MNrt York Chicago College of Dental Surgery Octl1 Drrirtwtt Late Fml Tweutytlritt Annnat Course if ntrurM1wdl1 rnkt1fmar IsIrtmiitrr nU1Nr i l intrucliou n rw yrit nry to rntrr the Hiuotf m uu Inn a u four yrr ur1 will lx rnituml tot illUbltaleLyaddrrDR Wood Harrison Sts Chicago IPAINT PAINT That louse that carriage as won Ibo kitchen and pantry floor USE BANNER PAINT For outside wo lucre nil wilors quality cant Iw oxcdllwl and price never mulched Floor Paint Wo havo all colors anti sles of onus if you ntod hilt lilllo wo IIlIIve small cans Paint tho floor at night walk on it next morning Carriage Paint Good carriage paint is mado first of good durablo varuifih that will stand wear into which m ground tho pigmunlH or YOU CAN FIND THE ALWAYS AT eIYou WELCHS 1l A TOOK not food use of Dr Kings Now Lifo would lucre They mote improve Price back if not by The Citizen corps well Kail Smith DI Dean Ohio Ifnmloll F It rnl anccleo Cobweb trlrlu tlnrpallrr Dean an and l colors BEST My little KOII IUIlIall attack of Ira whooping cough mid wax threatened mnelIaiusCoughhad a serious Iliac of if It also say ed him from several severe attacks of Ini croupIf J STnifKFADKS editor fnrldJftrahl Fair tauForc all WEEKLY d u 50c a year t rast ri J r I