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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r LLxEditor and Publisher lllfrru at loatoQItt d lfM Ai I tremd- I ciao 1I41lUlln- ti IB VUZ r rIV A Family BEKEA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JULY 8 lX2 Fifty cents n year NO2 JI 1II Ureiik your turnip ground deep Ihoc lots go away down for iioiiriHliinont Drink only kills ti little arm eighty hoiiBand eopio in tho United Slalos every your If you Imvo n patch of drowned out corn break it up nod HOW it in millet or sorghum Tlio pooplo of llu United States tip 4ImI as tnuili on ostrich feathers ORI on foreign missions and twohtindrcd und forty times as much In drink I TAKE NOTICE Ho Hiiro and road limn articlo Tlio Wheat Crop in tho Farm Column thin week 1l v1r Burgess will pronch in tho Talxirmiolo next Sunday morning nt maven on Threo words from Ood mid tit night will deliver itA patriotic sornlmtFROM THE WIDE WORLD Four nod a tall million persons owI employed in the mintH of tho world Pox Leo will present President Kooevolt with n magnificent viuw of tho City or Homo RiiNxin IH in a hulT IKHHIIIHO peace hex won declared in South Africa Sun the war would contiiiuu much IOllhtlrIWho coronation of Kdwnrd VII of England which was to Imvo taken place June 25 hen indefinitely postponed on account of hiNHurioiiH ill 1I11t1t requiring a surgical operation A month ago no ono in Groat Brit nin iHiliovod then woro over HOOO to UXX Boers in thu Hold Up to date mow than iStKX Imvo suirondcrcd their guns When complete thorn will IMI nearly 26000 who will lane given up their anon IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Kansas City to Imvo a 1000400 union dc ot t Thn Louisiana Iurclmnn ixposillmm- will tsot to oH n on Sunday SRIIIIIIYJ l the XA momlxjrs of tho national of ropnonlativoH only twenty jOf hnvu sorer been married Roosevelt capecls to visit Tuskogoo Normal and industrial Institute during his tour of the South I in tin fall Tho Senate and louse loaders on Monday agreed to adjourn at a Ill Tuesday so this session of Con gross has closed ft A terrific cyclone nnd thunder storm m swept across Indiana anti central T Ohio Juno 2T doing very jowl dam 7 ago to property and killing many por BOIIH Four towns were totally do troycd At the International Sundayschool convention loll in Donvor last wcstk the oxcClltiucomlllitlHI ichtI to hold tho worldwido convention of Sunday schools In HKI in tho city of Jeru Baltni Prof Felix Adler of Now York status that of his own knowledge Hooker T Washington declined an engagement to lecture for fifty nights at 1010 n night because ho could not spurn tho time from his work tho wolfaro of his race- COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Crab Orchard agricultural fair will Jul 282611Xr1 StnrHijUllion July 1- Tho storm of June 2ft wan most tnrribly destructivo in Qarrurd coun ty Many houses near Crab Orchard wore wrecked orchards woro destroy S ed and many persons seriously injured Col William M Stono nncl 0 C Turner ot Richmond tried to ford Taylors Fork Wednesday afternoon Juno 2F Tho buggy was capsized by tutu swift current and Col Stono Ho was 72 years old 1drowned intercollegiate oratorical con Kentucky Chautaixpia the first prize wan won by Joseph lt liar ris Kentucky Wosleyan College Winchester second prize by Clark Tandy Stato College Lexington I 1 THE CITIZEN INDEPENDENCE DAY What is a roil letter tiny In the calendars tbr old Monks print ed tho saints birthdays III red all other days worn in black Birthdays art days ot rejoicing In Merlin tho city in illuminated on tho Kaisers birthday Throughout ho British I mI pine for sixty years tho Queens birth day was the timo of universal rejoic ing then he loyal British subject his llooraying Wo A IUJ inn citizens do our Hurrahing oiP6n Glorious Fourth Tomorrow Vot only in nil lauds under the stars and sit ipes lint in most foreign cities around mho world tho colors rCIII white and blue will ho displayed in grateful festoons American national airs will ho played and sung cud ollrI follow countrymen will gather to JillII ton to patriotic speeches glorifying the land of the free and tholr mo of tho bravo Tomorrow wherever an American man of war is in port Old Glory will bo saluted by thu IrollI vitals of other nations Our President will rucoivo Iho congratulations kings and emperors through the am bassadors stationed at our national capital What clous this all meant ItI means tho celebration of tho birthday of the American Republic 125 years ago old liboity boll upon which is this Uiblo verso Ring out through till thu land und proclaim liberty toI tin inhabitants thereof did ringI out proclaiming tho declaration of in dependence By that net our fathers severed ttio tie which had bound us to tho mother country Altirrv Old Eng land1 For nearly 170 years the IH ginniugri of government in our purtnr this new world hail boon under Brit isle direction On tho fourth of July 1771 the Colonial took the reins of government into their own hands Nor did they demonstrate their abili ty to drive limn ear of slide until years of war had passel When till revolu lion lulu boon fought through to a succuful Issue nil patriots united in proclaiming Washington Father of lib country It in well that his birth day is n national holiday not the na tonal holiday only tho natal duty importance pill noltdtnthatdistiuotinn That declara lion meant war It is fitting tlmt till firing of Minnon tho shooting of rock utll and thin roll of drums should re call tho pomp and circumstance of glorious war that followed It is moro fitting that Iroya should fire their crackers ou this day than on Christ titan day tho day ushered in by an gels song proclaiming Poaco on earth and goodwill toward men It in only in a stimuli part of the country thatthoio is sileneo on tho Fourth ull1- 1mnrtlhllloi u on Christmas Plea very largo majority of our follow country men burn their powder on tho Fourth tumid celebrate Christmasin a peaceful homely flay lltowithtbnrew of tho nation Honmof our follow towns tuna have worked up n good celebra tion for to morrow Lot every one como out HIIICK Fun SALB About 2GOOOO fir tohiBs brink very hard Will sell all or part to suit purchaser The brink may IMI soon on my form inn Whites Station Address or pall on Qeo D While Richmond Ky or sot- man on tho font 100 REWARD Asheville N O June 10 1902 JIOO rowan will be paid by Iho iinderKigned to any one who will fur nish information loading to tho recov of three ncnipbooks filled with clippings and other printini matter pertaining to the proposed Appala chian Forest Reserve Those hooks wore placed by Con gressman MoodyH secretary on tho mail box III tho National Hotel in Washington May pith each book ho lug WrIlPICI separately and plainly addressed under rook of lion J M Moody to Dr C P Ambler Ashn yillo N C Tho hooky have not ur riveu in Anhovillo and utter tho most thorough investigation by tho post ollico authorities no trace has hurt found of tho snub Besides containing several thousand clippings tlwhooks also contain ed records pertaining to the work dono by the Appalachian National Park Association Those records are of no intrinsic vnhio to any ono except those interested in tho proposed App tiacltinu Forest Reserve Address either HON J M MOODY National Hotel Washington D C or Dii 0 P Annum Secretory A N P Association Asheville N C t MADISON COUNTY SCHOOL SUNDAYI The niinual convonVion of the Asso ciation was held at Richmond Mon day and Tuesday Juno 2J 21 Tho opening session was had Monday night in the First Presbyterian church which unto Rev Dr Burgess of Dawn made nn excellent address on Hnthusiasm in the Snudaywjhool nod Rev R B Neal of Grayson Stale Sundayschool worker gave some facts and figures of tho Stiii cIBschoolwork in Kentucky Tho sessions on Tuesday worn held in tho chapel of Walters Collegiate Institute Tho attendance was not Inrgo although tho outlying districts wero all well represented Boron sent full delegation mud there Yew thir tysix representatives from Narrow Gap Pilot Knob and Owsley Fork schools Thu ladies of Richmond furnished n bountiful dinner which wits served on tho campus of tho In stitute Time day wits cool tutu pleasant nod n very enjoyable anti profit able day wan spent Tho song service of tho tiny was lust bj mho Richmond choirs Tho morning session opened nt USO Prof L V Dodge County ins ident in the chair ami Mr Iauie- omdhonlgoD Secretary After elmo tional services led by Rev C L Slur iIIof College Hill mho welcome ad dress tens given by DrII Hobson followed by Rev II G Turner ro ondcd to by the president of limo as sociation Six of tho eight districts in the county reported through their see rclaricfl mind it was shown that largo progress hind huh made in tho year past Tho speakers of the day were Mrs E II Yocum of Boron Prof J W McGarvey of Madison Female Institute Rev W II Dodge of First Piesbyterian church Richmond Rev W H Ryals of First Baptist church Richmond i Rev It B Neal of Gray son tutu Col Edgar Into principal o Walters Collegiate Institute who supplied the vacancy caused by tin nbsonwi of Rev P C IJversole of College 11111 It is usual to tin v time speeches and ncIdroHKOR wero nil good bur this occasion it one bo so said lit truth Wo have not space to speak of tho ad dresses in detail lint in no spirit of comparison we feel to say that the thoughtful pllpcrII Fllicient Sunday school Teaching by Col Edgnr tho bright address The Modern Attitude townnIRChihtroll by Mrs Yocum and time earnest forcol id seeches by Revs Dodgo nod Ryals wore unnerving of special attention The ollicers elect for Madison coun ty Sundayschool Association for this year nro Prof L V Dodgo of Berea President Dr V 11 Hobson Hal Mr Elmer Doathorage of Richmond Vice President and Secretary titn that binds ANNOUNCEMENT Wo am authorized to announce Goo D White of Richmond as candi unto for Circuit Clerk of Madison county subject to Iho action of tho- Democratic party IWn are authorized to OllllOllllCU Ilo U Whito as candidate for Circuit Court Clerk in Madison county sub jeer to thin action of limo Democratic porttus8a REPAIR THAT LOOM Berea College hUH secured a for homespun and homowoven such as bet coverlids linun dross liusoy jeans blankets etc nt follow jug prices Covorlids f I to lij Linen 10 to T 0 cents n yard Dross Litmoy f0 cents a yard Jeans 10 cents n yard i Blankets natural brown wool or bar k dyes III pair Whito liusoy and white blankets aro not in demand only on orders Coverlids must bo 2 yards 72 incItes wide and 2J yards 110 inches lout All dyes lined must bo old fashioned homomado dyes Any woman who wants to soil cover lids or homespun to Bores College should find out what tho College wants boforo beginning to weave spin For information apply in pe ten or by totter to Miss Josephine A Robinson Boron College Berea Ky r Dont Use- Spectacl es Unless you need Thom and if you use them bo sure thoy lit your noel I will give thorough examination with tutu above instrument KJIBB or tliAmu which always indicates tho correct glasses to uso II you dont need glasses I will toll you mi TI Aa Robinson JewclerMain Street Richmond Ky ESTABLISHED 186- 3MADISON MONUMENTAL WORKS Iliad stones urns monu month mull marblo amid gran ito work of all kinds Prices governed by quality of ma tonal Prices reasonable Only Unitclass work clorlIAll work guaranteed PropIRICHMOND Ky lpruer ol Stain find Colllwi JMlrr- Uaaw tam using n lox of Chamberluins Stomach iV Liver TablotH and fluid them tho bust thing for my stomach over unelHnyH T W Robinson Justco of tho Peace Loomis Mich Tluiso Tablets not only correct dis orders of tho stomach but regulate tho liver and bowels Thoy nro easy to take null pleasant inoUoct Price JTic per box Forsalo by S E WELCH JI d FOR HANDMADE FANCY WOODWORK in hats sunbonnets fancy baskets of all descriptions napkin rings in all colors Send your orders to MISSES M AND L CARTER llnuuA KENTUCKY Price vary reiuontble unit all wort wrll made SSttJ Till HKST MMMKNT halt STHAINS Mr F iL Wells the merchant at Door Park Long Island N Y RnH- nIWIIHI recommend Chambdrlains foyn sovero lameness in lima silo resulting from a strain and was greatly pleas ed with tho quick relief and euro Ito fected For sale by S E WELCH JK This will save your Life By inducing you to uso DiscoverysConsumption Coughs and Colds Tho only Guaranteed Cure NO Curo NO Pay Your Drug gist will warrant it- ABSOLUTELY CURES BronchitisWhooping Affection of trio Throat and TRIAL BOTTLES LungsI Regular Size 60 cents and TIIKIK SICKIT IS II All Sadioville Ky was curious to learn tho cause of tho vast improve meat in tho health of Mrs S P Whittaker who hind for n tong time onclllrlc1ulltolc1RIIlTorill from neuron ic bronchial trouble Its all duo to Dr Kings Now Discovery writes her husband It comrlololcltrNI her old also cured our h WboopiurColds La Grippe Bronchitis nil Throat and Lung troubles Guaran teeth bottles fiOc and 100 Trial bot ties free at all drugstores ywP r 1 a I An Independent Weekly Devoted to the Interests of TIlE HOME FARM SCHOOL 60 CENTS A YEAR Taper SELECT SHOES I 1 FOR MEN Broad easy shapes for comfort loving men smart snappy styles for fashionseeking moonall kinds of good slices for all kinds of men L Correctly fitted by export fitters and sold nt extremely moderato always pricesI Let us fit your next pairrCovington Banks Ricmont1 Kentucky Outfitters for Men and Boys HAVING TIlEfLARGEST STOCK SADDLES I will for tho next CO days sell any saddle in tho shop at 10 per cent reduction A full lino of summer goods such as Buggy Dusters Shoots Straw Mats for Horses Colt Halters etc on hand Prices Low Quality guaranteed T J MOBERLY RICHMOND Successor to J T McClintock Main St Opposite Court House DR M Et JONES vj5 Dentist g Office Renr Mrs Fishs Millinery Store Office DaysThursday Friday and Saturday of each wcekI S int Notice to Our lIhrarum IIIJKT if on file at the ntllcv of The Ch- ingo liilrrCKvuii lOCllw110 Iiot Sin roc Ktrwt clilmiH where our nH lfn will bo roiirlenuMy vrvvtnl who may nee to mil upon The Inter Ocln for tour of in iXKtlon uml ilghtwelug through ltnnmxnlflvnt liulMluic In which ran tinHnn U of a great new puMT It rare treat to one liilvmtnl III the subject mil shoultl be token ailvcnUKU of Day OF IN r RICE ARNOLD RICHMOND KY Shoes cSc Gents Furnish s James Racer Bro are in Berea Sumo in Boron as Richmond MEAT MARKET t I have reopened the Meat Mar ket on Main Street Fresh Meats Dressed Poultry and Vegetables in SeasonM RAMSEY Berea Ky THE VERY LATEST Go look around investigate the QUALITY and PRICE Then COME hero wo have a large assortment of Furniture upon which wo can save you money If wo have tot what you want it is our specially to got it quickly and wo guarantee ast represented GOCARTS OLD HICKOKY For your lawn or porch It is comfortable attractive and will stand exposure to rain nUll suashin- oUNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY Phone 73 Night Phone 47 66 KY KY Hats ings our agents prices goods JO S JOPLIN Richmond KyIThe Radcliffe Shoe I the 0 K Shoe in town Our Wall Paper Lilleis 11MENsitirislsELY CHEAP BICKNELL EARLY o ttwow a a os i Douglas s Crutchert I ihave a fine a Sumti and i mer Shoes They i enjoy showing i tjieir goods j I i 1i I THE CITIZEN DEATHDEALINGCYCLONE and Destructive Hurricane At Wallaceton Shortly after uino oclock on the night of Wednesday Juno 2in tor riblo cyclone accompanied by nn olec tric storm swept over the Mitchell ami Tauter neighborhood near Wallace ton leaving behind it n seono of great destruction and death The track of the storm was about a quarter ofa mile wide Tho first damage done was nt Mr John Panders It swopt away his barn containing two horses but for tunately killed neither of them It next struck the houso n twostory log structure erected about 10 yours ami tore it to pieces clear to tho foundation In it wero sleeping Mr Ponder his wife and six children and also his aged father May Ponder nil of whom wore found in tho wreck or lying whore tho cyclone land thrown them mild worn mingling their cries of suf fering most piteously By tho aid of neighbors who soon arrived nil were freed from tho wreck nnd all more or less hurt The aged father nnd his M yearold grandson nnd namesake died in n few hours Mr John Pon der had his collar bone broken mid was badly bruised besides Mrs Ponder a grown son and another seven years old wero severely hurt their injuries athirst wore considered by tho doctor to ho fatal but nt this writing Monday it in thought that all will recover Leaving Mr Ponders the storm next destroyed tho dwelling of John n Mitchell It wab n nostory box house containing three rooms nnl occupied at tho hint by Mr Mitchell Jack Stephens Billy Ballard and Aunt Polly Middloton nil of whom wero in their beds Mr Mitchell says that in one ininuto after tho cyclone struck the house it was gone and tho house with it Not a piece was loft within 10 feet of tho foundation one of the ground sills being hurled into the creek some 400 yards away Al though tho occupants did not run out not one of them was seriously hurt Messrs Stephens and Ballard and their bed lauded in one heap and as soon as Ballard could collect some thought and a fete words ho said Soy Jack for tho Lords sake lass go Bummors and they wont Leaving thoro the storm next destroyed tho property of Mon Weaver ills barn and house wero completely demolish ed Mr Weaver his wife and two daughters wore in tho house but none of them wore seriously hurt It is not important yet remarkable that in eacl of the wreckstho clocks reused to surrender and when found and set up again resumed work as if noth ing hail qccurrjd On Saturday night after thecyclone just atdark ahurricane swept through the same vicinity in a northerly direc tion crossing tho track of the cyclone on tho premises of Mr Mitchell The principal destruction by the hurricane briefly stated is as follows Residence of Prucilla Branson par tinIly destroyed No one hurt Dwell ings of Dan Gabbnrd Geo Gnbbard James Wells and G rider Wallace nil turnednround but no one hurt Baker schoolhouso almost destroy ed Will need a new one Barn of Rob Gentry blown away and his twostory frame house badly damaged kitchen torn entirely away and ono silo of the remaining roof removed as well as the front side of tho house blown out Family remained in time house until the wreck was complete and then ran out unhurt Furniture bad ly broken up but clock still running Dwelling of Lewis Botkin together with furniture swept entirely away Family rau away when thoy saw tho storm coming Largo ham of Henry Botkiu blown down No stock killed Largo barn of J B Wallace entirely unroofed and partly blown down Saddle intern in it unhurt Portico ol dwelling torn oil ami placed over his woll About CO fine apple trees blown down No ono injured Several small barns wero torn down in tho vicinity thousands of panels of fence torn away more fruit trees shade trees and fine young timber de stroyed than in 25 years before nnd yet when it is remembered that only two persons two sheop and two hogs were killed it soems miraculous awl oven to the most skeptical tho protect ing hand of Omnipotence was plainly visible throughout time whole disaster- E W B1 t t RELIGIOUS THOUGHT e Gems nimnril front the Trnohlnici or All Ooiiomlnnlloni Our world Is on the rocks Christ Is In the lifeboat The Late llcv Dr T Do JVltt Talnmge- Srlllfth liilteuee In Dentil In the divine sight unselfish existence Is life selfish existence Is ilenth Itev J 1C Sniytho SwcOonborRlan New York The 1lnce to llriiln We are tilled to prepare the way of the Lord Begin with your own heart llcv John E White Baptist Atlanta Un The York enrel nt Ilnnil Our obligation amid opportunity is to Christianize the little world of people aiming whom we live Itev J 11 Dur yea Itoforuietl Church New York Vhnt tin Cluircli Muni Stand far The church must stand not only for Intellectual honesty but for a Chris tian spirituality Itev G K CunuhiK haUl Unlversallst Kansas City Mo The Imv nt IlillimrlnlltJ The survival of the fittest may be the law of nature limit the survival of the faithful Is tho law of Immortality llev Dr John W Day Unitarian St Louts 1rolilrniii Ior Church to souse The church of time future must help solve the economic problems which now divide mOil Into classes llev Frederick 15 Hopkins Congregational 1st Chicago llrnxun nnd Itrvclntlun The religion of the lllble is us full of reason us It IB of revelation The re ligion of Gods word Is one that appeus to the Intellect of man llev Dr J T SI Johnston linptlst St Louis Fnlth Sntl fjlnn Hindu Only where the light of revelation shines and the touching of that rove lation are accepted does faith find a satisfying basis or hope rise Into nssur anco llev Dr Culvert Baptist Brook lyn Tlic HUIIIP H ltd Mullipr Every mother Is S iueen and time home Is her dominion and no ruler am safely govern nay people long that Ills regards the house and mother llcv Frank Woolford Street Presbyterian IlttsburtVnlnt of Orlulnnl AITrctlon We talk rind sing and pray and preach a good dent about love but n cubic Inch of original affection Is worth a cord of homllctlcnl eulogy on affec tlonIlev Dr Charles II Iarkhurst 1resbyterlan New York The Ilulit Against Unrlchtraaoncvii We must tight selllshness with un KClllshness hatred with love covetous ness with generosity falsehood with truth darkness with light We must build up life on time jwsltlve side llev Dr Polonms II Swift Methodist Chi cago Inrnnlle Upon the Social Ilodr The man who looks upon life with n sole view to the discovery of ways and means by v alcli to enrich himself who seeks his i wn guln llrst last and all the time is nothing but u parasite upon the social body Her L A Crandall Baptist Chicago lleniily of the Church Not expansive domes nor gorgeous windows nor graceful arches constitute the beauty of n church hilt God and only God No temple Is beautiful which docs not express the loveliness of his face Hev Dr James Oliver Wilson Methodist New York Humanity nnil the Church Our church must be humanitarian So long as money Is hoarded or piled up In costly buildings called churches while hunger stalks about the streets will there bo a chasm between the church and the masses Her Dr Uroughton Baptist Atlanta Ga- In Ing u Heckle Price Men and women are too ready to pay n thoughtless a reckless price for tho goods they covet Pame Is worth something and so Is reputation if It Is honestly earned but If you compromise your honor you are practically selling your soulIlex George II Hepworth Congregatlonallst New York The Strength of 1IU Peoples Jesus Christ has been sneered at as a womans God Well why not The God of our mothers time God of our sisters the God of our wives what of derogation Is there Illthat1 But ho was n nuns God as well He was the Rtrength of his people llev Cyrus Townsend Brady Episcopalian Phila delphia The Strongest Argument When Jesus asked his accusers Which of you convlnceth me of sin lie put forth the highest argument possible A man who shows manhood has n tendency to bring wen to him just us n man who does wrong will contam mate those who associate with hum llev CuEslus M Roberts Episcopalian Philadelphia Obligation to the Home I While It is true that most persons do not go to church often enough there are ninny who go to church too often No menu or woman has u right to take a class In the Sunday School when a Sunday school class is being neglected at home Any social or philanthropic organization which makes one want to get away from home life or homo du ties Is a detriment no matter what else It may be doing Her Charles Stclzlc Methodist St Louis Tho Dennltloii of Gambling All betting all staking of valuables on time outcome of games of chance or skill nil playing for example of cards for prizes Is gambling till buying of chalices In a drawing whether of lot cry policy or rattle by mall in an office shop or church building is gam bung all speculating In margins and all investments in securities based upon prospects only and promising im mense returns when oil is struck or golll is found is gambling llev Hob crt Westly Peach Presbyterian Cam den N J THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON I THIRD QUARTER INTER NATIONAL SERIES JULY G Text of the lcun Is xt 115 3lemory Venen d rtoldeu Trio 3lntt vl 11 Commentary Immrril Iiy Itev 1 M Slrurnii Copyright 100C by American Pers AMO clutlun 1 And they took their Journey frnin ICIlin and all the coiiRreKatlim of the children of keel romp unto the wlkler neati of Sin which III between Kllin And Sinai on the llfteentli day of time second month utter their d i artlne out of the laud of KKVP- LWe turn back in our studies to the great redemption book of the Old Tes tament and in Gods own picture l ook we see not only real happenings limit also the foreshadowing of ninny thlnga I Cor x 1113 Tho deliverance from death and from the Iwndago of Hgypt in connection with the blood of the Passover lamb and the glorlotm power of the Lords right land sets before us Gods great redemption provided for us by Christ our Passover while the succeeding tents suggest the too com sun experience of tho bullevur in which there Is apt to bo moro murmur ing titan rejoicing the whole congregation of UM children of Israel murmured against Maws and Aaron In the wtWernsse At Morah it was because they did not like the water and now It Is because they cannot see what they are gulag to eat falling to see that Ho who delivered them from Itgypt nnd divided the sen for thou would surely not full to tare for thou in every wajf nut III them wo tiN ourselves for which of us can soy that Horn vlll XJ delivers us from nil murmuring 4 C Then said the Lord unto Moses Up hold I will rain bread from heaven far you and tho people shall RO out sad gather a certain tote every Uy he l or tlon of a dny In hta day mmrirln that I may prove them whether they will walk In my law or no So It Is written In Ps IxxvllI 21 oj And hind mined down manna upon them to wit tumid had given them of time corn of heaven Kvery one did et tin bread of tho eighty nmrfrtn Just llilnli of It fMHl for inlllloOrt dNy lijr day right from hoNven He would tench them to look to Him shine slid be content to live by UH+ day- C 8 Ys shall know that the lard hath brought you out from lls land of Egypt Your murmuring are not acalnal w but against the Loll AB to their uiurmtirinjBi it is written in Ps evl H 24 2T They lurtwl ex ccedlngly in time wlklernww cud tempt ed God In tho desert They Ikllevwl not Ills word but murmured la their tons and hearkened not until the v tcv of the Ixnl They imsslbly 1M not think that In murmuring against Mows they were murmuring ngnlimt God but when Israel demanded a Ulng In the days of Samuel tho Lord mid unto Samuel They have not rejected thee but they have rejected Me that I should not reign over them 1 Snm vlll 7 918 Come near before the Lord tor He hath heard your murmuring Thus Moses commissioned Aaron to speak unto all tho congregation suit as lie spike to tho people they looked to ward tho wilderness and behold tho glory of the Lord npi eared In tho cloud Thus tho Lord Himself appear ed to thom assuring theme that they were dealing with Him null not with Moses and Aaron 1113 And the Lord pnke unto Moses saying I have heard the murmttrlngi of tho children of Israel Speak unto them saying At even ye shall eat Much aril In the morning yo shall be ailed with bread and yo shall know that I am the Lord your Oat 1 What great grace on His part to ward these unbelieving murmuring hosts They had complained that In Egypt they hUll flesh and bread to time full 80 Ho will giro them In tho wil derness hash and broad to the full verso 3 Truly Ho Is ElSlmddul tho mighty God who is nil Bulllclont and In Him dwcllcth nil fullness Ills press dice Insures all KUlIlclency in all things II Cor ix 8 and Ho would have us find In Him our nil mind know that every good gift and every perfect gift is front above and cometh down from the Father of Lights with whom is no variableness neither shadow of turning Jan I 17 1J15 And Moses said unto thorn Title Is the bread which the Lord hath given you to eat So they hind the flesh of quails in tho veiling and manna in the morning all they could cut not because they de served it but simply by the grace of God The manna was like coriander seed white and the taste of it was like wafers made with honey verso m They were to gather it every morning every man according to his eating verses 10 18 21 and so they gathered it some more some less On tho sixth day they gathered enough for two days for none full on the Sabbath If they gathered more than enough any other day it bred worms amid Ktank but not so time surplus gathered on tho sixth day All that God naked of thom was faith and obedience yet in everything they transgressed Some gathered more than enough on tho ordinary days and Home went out to gather it on tho Sabbath tiny verses 1U 20 2T 28 and they found to their sorrow just an God had said Ps IxxvllI 12 22 37 39 In tho great gospel chapter on manna our Lord says among other timings My Father glr cth you the true bread from heaven for tho breed of God Is Ho which com eth down from heaven amid glveth life unto tho world Manna Is suggestive of Christ In that It came down from IKIVOII It was tho only food it was free and BUtllclent for all it must bo gathered realm every morning nnd each must cat it for himself An omcr of it was to bo laid up before the Lord to bo kept and it would seem that it was placed in a golden pot in the ark of tho covenant IIeb Ix 4 1ITHE HOME 1111- 1RAISING 1 CHILDREN Good Parents and Bad II Raising children Is u pretty fltewly business iu time world nud there nron good many people nt it all the time Yot it H quite certain that fathom and mothers Ill not have as much training and instruction for their tin tiefl nH paronln nil they need Many n person finds himself n par oat before ho huts over thought of tho rospoiiHibility of tho thlm Vhon n child JH put into our nrniH love Ieaehmts us to immure its welfare nUll yot too often children grow up in our honiofl with little guidanco amid by amid by wo are wirprisrd to thud how different they are from what wo had desired 11 is very noUcoablo tint nearly nil thopeople who havo amounted to nitutli iu the world havo n grunt dent to Hay nboit their fathom and mothers And on tho other hand wo never timid old peoplo RO happy us thooo who can point to sons and ihuightorH who hnvo como tip right Wo propOHo to take a littlo space iu TUB CITIZEN each wtwk to talk over Homo of tho iiofilionH alwut raising children Ierhaps wo fthitll not Imo much to say that is new but n great ninny things tint hays keen said ho fro aro worth saying again Each now sot of fathoms amid molhoiH haw to learn tho old letnoim for itself Wo are quito Hiiro it will bo worth tho while of every father and mother lo spend timo to rued those talks wheth or thoyngreo with what is said or not It will nt toast start them to thinking and studying on one of the most im portant things we hunt to attend to ill life Certainly a good pnrentb one who thinks about the welfare of his children and a parent who dots not think is likely lo wrong his children no matter how much ho lovnt them IN THE BRICKYARD CHANCE TO EARN AN EDUCATION At last time College lUickyard in ready to login operation with Mr Arthur an foreman trod Mr Clark RS businecH manager A nuiiilwr of young men have been eagerly waiting for this ohaneo amid there will IKJ eniployinent for sovornl more at wages of from Boventyflve tb n dollar twentyfire cents n tiny This opening is for those tiho wish to lay up mono for HfllOoliuK in tho fnll mist winter There is also a night school so that they oar learn Homothlng while working If you want an ehie Lion now in your ulmtieo Apply to Mr ClnrK or Tnosuror Oslwruo at once n Summer oomplaint in uniiminlly prevalent among children this season A wolltlovoloptnl CJIHO in the writers family was cured last weak by the timoly use of ChnmbarlninH Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Homedy one of thoh est patent inedicinoA manufact ure 1 ami which In always kopl on hand nt tho home of ye Ncrlbo This is not intended as n free puff for the company who do not advertise with its but to benefit little sufferers who nay not be within easy IICCOAH of a physician No family should IHJ with out a bottle of this medicine in tho house os ocially in Htiininortimo Lansing Iowa Journal For sale by S E WELCH Ji- mReduced l to FIFTY CENTS A YEAR New Idea I WomansMagazine lilT FormerlyOne Dollar 0 IIFashionfore the American public It shows New Ideas m Faahisns In Millinery In Embroidery in Cooking In Womans Work and in Reading beautifully Illustrated In colors and In black and while Above all it shows the very fashionable New IOCA Smes made from NEW IDEA PAT TERNS which coal only lOc each Send Five Cents Today for a jingle eopyof the New IDEA WOMANS MAOJUIN and see what great value mar the money It can give you TILE NEW IDEA PUBLISHING CO 036 Broadway New York N Y ACTS IMMKIIIATKIV Colds are sometimes more trouble some in summer than in winter its no hard to keep from adding to thorn while cooling oil after exercise One Minute Cough Cure mires at once Absolutely safe Acts immediately Sure cure for cQtighs colds throat and lung troubles For salo by East End Drug Co I1flH4 1 N1111111111111N11 HOW A RAIN BUILT A SCHOOLHOUSE Here is an extract from a loiter written by n country school lonelier in tho far South It shows u spirit that is undaunted III the face of dlllleultiaH and that will transforinthu education conditions of our Southland Some of tho country teachers might do well to invite tho trustees to visit tho schools anil then pray for rain I hind there an attendance Qf eigh ty or morn pupils but ns I was hoard ing at hoimjj I found timo to pursue my studios as boat I could One of my teachers taught me Latin for a whllo through mail Tho term pann ed away quite smoothly until small pox mndo its npixMirmiro I had holp ed nurse two cnsofl before tho doctors know what it was 1 did not catch it utter all Hoonusb of the epidemic my school ulosod the third of May It did not last long however so by limn lItof Juno I was again on my way to tench In tho same crusty whore I might tho summer before limit in a different noight orhood Tho plnco of which I now speak ill thirty miles from the railroad anti when I arrived on tho school grounds and took a look at my aohool house and at tho chil drop as they gathered I felt that it was indeed n neatly neighborhood This house hiss two floors which ojHiii with a WUuttUing noise nnd no windows It is built of logs with the cracks left in between I enut describe the aunts Whon it mined wo moved around to the dry places loft In the hoes to avoid getting Wilt the jm Irons readily agreed to build n now house but it tine hard work to begin Initially ono dny ns I had tin thrtt trustee nt this whoallMJiitw talking to them thorn onme up a rain They worn iiMhfimod to move around as Vl did to keep from gutting vet BO OOH Hc4uently they got H good drenching null I rather enjoyed it Aflur tb start WitH imuto on the new Bolls u IUNIi it will bo rwuly for my UM nest turn mor- AN EDUCATION THAT FITS Tho Fouth is awakening to the fuel that its present systems of wltimUon are not entirely mooting the netrls of thin children Our imputation is large edlleUliollj1IItlled every intert in this community over which it extends As the Mannact tirfrit Jtffttnl wiyn Iho task is for the South to work out its own common school Hystoin without regard to whist hits loan done olHowhorea systeui best suited to its ptotiliar ni 11I IICut this out and take it to S Welchs Drugstore and get a lx x ofI Chamberlains Stomach Liver lots Tho boat physic Thoy also correct disorders of tho stomach Price 2fc NILN11111N11111111111111111 N11111111 I THE FARM H111111111t M1N1- THE WHEAT CROP AH tliotiinu is approaching foi farm ore to consider tho purchasing o fur jurors for tho wheat crop to bo itwn in the fnll they should carefully ro l view thoir operations of lest neasoi u order to avoid repenting any mista s that may have boon made AlthotifA thorn UfO hundreds of farmoin wlA fully understand time requirements A thoir soil nntl crops and wire buy iu tolligontly yet hero are many whorl dot know whnt should bo used on tholr crops to tho bast advantage in coiiKoquoiico of which they do not ox pond thin inonoy appropriated for for tilizorrt in n inanntir to secure tho bost possible results in yields 1 Asn rule mummy fnrinvrobuy phon pluilu AH phosphate IH ouly ono kind of plant food thin fiinnur who ro 1ThinRon Potash and phosphate the litter buing procured for tho soluble plica phoric acid contained ns tho phos phnto rook or borioi used for fertiliz ers nro umially put through process acidulution III onlor to render tho phosphoric need nvailablo Whoro mnnuro and fertilizers art used to gether tho result will always Iw antis factory lend at an expense of abut two or three dollar per acre for for tiliutr the returns in yields of crops twill bo moro than millloimit to pay for tho fertilizer give a larger yield BM Koll and lento tho land iii butts eon dition t Some farmorN howovor who keep largo herder of onttlo and have an ubiindnnro of manure pn fur to use only phosphates for wheat an thoy regard tho mnnuro aH sullloiont for supplying tho nrcoMiiry potash and if clover enters into the crop rotation the supply of nitrogen may ho suflloi out but much dopendhii on the qual ity of the home RlIII how itwnH kept f- orsihmsvul I J woll filled grains As tho average Tiokl of wheat In the United Staten IN very low compared 4 with tho yioklft in Kuroxnn couutrioN it is uvkleiit that there is much room for improvement In time growing of hi wheat The timo to begin is just lw fore drilling tho need that in when preparing tho lund Not only miiHt it Iw piowwel deep but the soil should Iw harrowed manr Limns until it in exceedingly flue Good preparation of time soil not only permitHtho plants to become woll rootod before winter but also allows of time retention of moro moiHturo for the crop Kxpori monlH should IMJ mode in using com plclo highgrade fertilizers and giving larger application If this in done whether manure in applied or not thu crop and the land will bo benefited as niumiro may be ladling in available e plant food bulk klieg no guarantee If n mitliciency for time growing plant slrrltd RIPANSFor wenty years I unit boon a sufferer from bronehinl troubles accom panted with a hacking cough I nt times HuIiVrod from extreme noirous prostration About four years ngo I began taking Hipans Tubules mind sluice thou I hare used them pretty constantly I raroly retire nt night without taking my Tabule and I llnd they keep my digontlv orjjuns which naturally turn weak in good onlor nnd thoy also allay my tumid ency to norrotisnuKN null make mo sleep AT DRUGGISTS The five cent packet is enough for an ordinary occasion The family bottle six ty cents contains a supply for a year BEREA COLLEGE Founded f 1866 Places the Best Education in Reach of All t t Ovor HO Teachers 80O HtutlontH from 20 States Largest Collogo Library In Kentucky NO SALOONSi f 4 1 Trnilo HcIioolB Carpentry Printing ITotiHowork Nursing two years Model Schools General Education nnd fitting for advanced courses t For those titjjlctcnlly advanced to yet a teachers certificate Applied Science Two years course with Agriculture for young men and Domestic Science for young ladies Normal Course Two years with practice teaching Acadomy Courso Four years fitting for College for business ana Collogo Course Literary Scientific Classical for lIfo Music Rood Organ Choral free Vocal Piano Theory Wo are hero to all who will help themselves toward n Christina edu cation Our instruction is n free gift Students pay a small incidental fee to moot expenses of tho school apart from instruction and must also pay for hoard in advance Expenses for term 12 wooks21 toKi of which sat- o 21 neat bo paid when time student enters The Rchool is endorsed by Baptists Congregationalist Disciples Method hats Presbyterians and good people of all denominations For information and friendly advice address time Secretary WILL O GAMBLE Beroa Madison Co Ky l i 3THE CITIZEN MEXICO AROUSED Ironic 1umdnr Teniiirrnncr Jlurr nipiit Iy yar Suutlirrn rlulilxir A City of Mexico dlnpntch to tho St Ixnilit IVwtDlspiitch says It begins to look as If a strong popular temperance mo vcuumc hero would result In fiivnr of shops of thlH clOlllrttIioPl1hlUO to tho fol l tuvt better class of wago frnera have taken tho nmttor up nod will petition alto sovonior of tho feiUral district to put hi force n o twciitjfour hour closing regulation which It Is believed would tend not only to tho Improvement tho public morality but t o prevent tho obsorvnueo of tho ancient ctintom of Son Kunes or ML Monday Notoriously grout mini btro of WAKO cnrneru wqiwnder their Wicks pay In the drinking Mmpn on Numbly and nre unlit to RO to work on Monday ThlH observance of St Mon tiny III not only common in Mexico but to Hrltlsli towns noel cities nit well Alcoholism has become n public cur e In tills city- barroouts There were near no ninny liquor joints nnd low flgonos n8 nt present Almost every grocery store nowndnys has Its Inr room of which It IH Mild there are tlO In the city all paying n stilt llcenne tax but nil umklnff n fair amount of money Then there arc utility low resorts for tho worklni Clausen wbero they run waste time null jnoncy ami the net re cult poverty on n most appalling wnle rrimoN of violence nnd deaths front nleohollc eonRe tlon 111111 cia ore outNpokcn In denunciation of till growth of the liquor habit nnd say tout the American mixed drinks nro ruining the pliynlquo of young Mexico The Vnnkeo barroom has followed the Ynnkeo mUAlonnry and bus done us much harm as tho hitter has done good Ilfteen years ago thoro teas Iwrdly n bAr properly no culled In this ctty Today It II the commonest mid appar ently best paying IndUHtry y The tint American bars came with the establishment of railway Inter course with the big northern republic 1ormerly there were cafe In the Vouch sad Spanish style whore OM eat down to lunch or to take n drink 1PIl sky was almost unknown nnd the Reductive eoekUII wa s an uuhtwrd of a thlmr Ono could Jot at tequila shops n drink of tho native firewater but young men were not generally addicted to alcoholic beverage INSIST ON TEMPERANCE 8uggeutlna Ior cia Cur ut UrulIl- I tUncx AIIIOIIK Hmployrv J A method too frequently neglected whereby temperance may bo Ourngvd U the regulation of tile ImblU of i iIIn reference to liquor drink tp s n writer In Aruvrlnui Modi ftiloff the drink habit la lint it must stoveIllf trustworthyA of the method zany bo pitbeml from the fact that the Krcngtt guy rIlOl d cor t raliroads has writ ten to UiajftlKmnt wclctlcs oppoftlntf tho uw of lrobol that nil tile govern ment rot haves agreed to the follow ing Jlr f to discharge nil employee whir persist In using spirits and wino rfctle on duty second all site who 1COIIUnue to drink t hll bo dropped from t Use pension will of tho company nod will not frtclMic In the endowment fund In case of nn accident All roN tanraau on the roads nre forbidden to ecU Bplrlta to tho workmen In our own country we find that rule 207 of the Union lad le prohibiting employee from patronizing saloon has It U until ruined twentylive sa loon Ucpiicrs who wilt close their doors when their llceiues expire The rule has been in force for four months und agents have reported many vlo llrot1llltiJttCIOU tic Kaloon have survived the cfiwpof the order Two of these ore liS wove Three gambling houses have closed I1Free Trade In Ilrliik ninmed In the Revue des Deux Monde M Koullle writes thnt In 1SSO free trader In drink wut established In Frnneo Since tho panning of thnt disastrous law tho consumption of alcoholic drinks I has trebled and during the last thirty J yearn It has sextupled 1ranco lien passed from tho seventh place In order 1 of consumption of alcohol to the first Tho number of drink licenses In the country including Inrls U nearly MO 000 In 18SO there wns one license for every 113 Inhabitants today It Is one for every ninety In lower Normandy there In one for every twentyfive Mhr Mm Co tu Saloon Evils of tho wiloon are tundra possi ble by the wrong conditions existing in the homes of working people Men tljo xnloon to escape the mlscry JffnpUer contusion and ugllncsn of thv hume where iucnpable women 4 tifcktf hl sway ns wive nud mothers So ir said Mrs W S Stewart president ot- tho International board of Womens mulct Young Womens Christian associa tions nt time twelfth annual meeting of I tho Now York nud New Jersey state board tJ1Ilon Krrpcr Hrnvllr Mulcted The supreme court of Iowa has af firmed the Judgment of the lower courts against William Mandcrscuold n saloon keeper of Sioux City for 0 000 in fuvor of tho wife of n man who was eo badly frozen wbllo under tho Influence of liquor ns to lose his feet and hands Inillnn Trinprrnnco llccrnlU prohibition alliance composed rti jtirely or Indians has been organized on tho John llldwcll estate nt ChIco Oil Meetings are held In their church conducted by their own olllcers whllo Mrs Auulo K Uldwell officiate as chaplain I r unIIUNlllm Till IlKITOH Editor S A Drown of Bonnottsvil to S C was onto immonsoly surpriH cd Through long siilTorinf from Dyspepflin ho ritcHlimy wife tens greatly run down Shohnd noHtroiiflli or vigor ami milTorcd groat distress front her Hlomncli but she tried Electric Bitters which helped her nt onco nud actor using four bullion she is entirely well can ont anything Its a grand tonic amid its gentlo Inxntivn qualities lire sple lid for torpid liv er For Indirection Loss of Appi ItIIu Ork I i Black r ii I f 0 RockN z1 ti ir By RALPH CONNOR thhl1I1olllltlllOtlon Had Mr Craig not been nwny nt tho Landing that week hud Candle tot Into on the night shift hud Mrs M vor not been occupied with the euro mightfmack Hock awl the camps with a thrill of ospodant delight Nowadays when 111I1tt11IInucall of some wxHiil eHgHgement which I lava fulled to oludo I groan nt my hart lot and I wonder I look buck nut remember the phrosurabie antlel 1111Iitoyi In the week nwiing hair picks up iti the dark breasts ihu milled or who chopped sad Miwed among the solitary Woes of the grout fomitK Any break In the bug sat weary monotony wax welcome What mattered Jhe coat or CMieotiiHttre To the rudest and least cultured of theme time MUWIMM of the life must IUITC been haul to bear but what It was to men who mad seen life hi Ita most cultural and nttractlvo fortmi I full to Imagine lrrom the mine black ami foul to thus shack there ohcurlrw sued sometime hideously wv pulslvc life swung In heart grinding monotony till the to lifting for RHhlp drink or nome other Mg break be catue too great to furor It was well on toward evening whoa SOlidour Irarxu teams with n load of men Rout tho wools clue nwlnff lug round the curves of the mountain road and down the street A gay crowd they were with their bright brown fill slut hearty voices and In ten minutes the whole street eeom od alive with lumbermen they had 0 faculty of spreading themttelvoi fa After night fell tho mlnora ctimo down done up slick for tuba wos n great occasion and they must bo up to It The manager appeared In evening dress but this was voted too giddy by the majority As Ciraemo and I paused up to the Hlack Hock hotel In the largo storeroom of which the ball watt to bo held we met ohm man Nelson looking very graveGoing Nelson arent you I said 1YcI he answered slowly Ill In though I dont like tho looks or thing much Whats tho matter Nelson asked Graeme cheerily Theres no funeral on- IVrlmps not replied Nelson Neat Wish Mr Craig wore nt hone And thou ho added Theres Idaho and Sluvln together and you any bet the devil Isnt far off Nut Oraeme Imtghcd at his suspicion and we passed on The orchestra was tuning up There were two violins a concertina and the cello Hilly preen was lovingly lingering his Instrument now nut then Indulging himself In a little snatch of some air that cane to him out of his happier peat He look ed perfectly delighted nnd as mused to listen ho gave me a proud glance out of ids deep little bee eyes and wont on playing softly to himself Present ly Shaw ciimo along Tints good Hilly ho called out Youve got tho trick yet I see Hut Hilly only nodded end went on Playing Whores Nixon I nsked- Ciono to bedsaid Shaw nod I am glad of It lie finds that tho safest place on pay day afternoon The boys dont bother him Unarm Tho dancing room tvnq lined on two sides with beer barrels and whisky kegs At one end the orchestra sat nt tea other was n table with refreshments whore mho soft drunks ought bo hunt Those who wanted anything else might pass through n short passage Into the bar just behind This was evidently n superior kind of ball for the men kept on their coats and went through time various figures with faces of unnatural solemnity but the strain upon their feelings was quite apparent and It became n question how long It could ho maintained As the trips through tine passageway became more frequent too dancing grow In vigor and lilHirlty until by the time supper wna announced tho stllTiiosH had sulllclcntiy vanished to give no further anxiety to time committee But tho committee bad other cause I Mr concern inasmuch nn after slipper curtain of the miners appeared with their coats off timid proceeded to knock the hoots out of the floor In break down dances of extraordinary energy Those however wero beguiled Into the barroom nnd tilled up for safety for the committee were determined that the respectability of the ball should be preserved to the end Their reputation nt stoke not In Hindi Hook only limit at the Landing as well from which most of tho ladles had come and to be Hlmnied In tho presence of the Landing people could not be borne Their dllll cultloH seemed to be Increasing fur nt this point something seemed to go wrmiK with the orchestra mho cello appeared to bo wandering aimlessly up nand down the scale occasionally pick ing up with the tune with animation nnd then dropping It As Hilly saw me iipproaehlng ho drove himself up with great solemnity gravely winked nt me and nnld- Shllpped n cog Mlsthcr Connor rosh hiinfortumito Ilenuchlful bin Htrtiment hut shllps ti cog Slosh him fortunate And he wagged his little head sagely playing all the while for dear life now second and now lead Poor Hilly I pitied him but I thought chlelly of tho beautiful eager face that leaned toward him the night time league was made mud of the bright voice that wild Youll sign with mills Hilly V and It seemed to me n cruel elect to mnke him lose his grip of life hope for this Is wlmt the pledge meant to him While I WIIH trying to get Hilly away to scone safe place I hoard a great shouting In the direction of the bar followed by trampling and Hcullllng of feet In tho pnHMiigewny Suddenly n Mint burst through crying Ut mo go Stand buck I know what Im about It tits Nixon dressed In his best black clothes blue shirt red tie hooking handsome enough but half drunk nnd wildly excited Tho Highland nins competition was on nt the mo ment nUll Angus Campbell Lnehlans brother was representing the lumber CHIIIIM In tho rontctit Nixon looked on npprovlngly for n few moments Then with n quick movement he seized the little high Inhder swung him In his powerful units clean elf tho floor and deposited him gently uiKin n beer bar ref Then he stepped Into tho comer of the room lowed to the Judges nnd bo gnu a sailors hornpipe Tho committee wore perplexed limit after deliberation they decided to hu mor tho new competitor enpeewlly us they knew unit Nixon with whisky In him was unpleasant to cross Lightly smith gracefully he went through mils steps tho men crowding In from tho Iwr to admire for Nixon WHH tamed for his hornpipe lint when niter the hornpipe he proceeded to ex ecute n cll1nllco garnished with acrobatic teals time committee inter fered fire were cries of Put him omitr and Let him alone CJo on Nix our And Nixon hurled buck limo tho crowd two of time committee who Imd laid remonstrating liaiuls UJHIII him nod standing In the open center cried out scornfully Put me out Put mo butt Certainly 11011 yourselves Dont mind much Then grinding his teeth so that I heard them across the room ho added with navugo deliberation If nay nmn lays n finger on me IllIll eat his liver cold He stood for n few moments glnrlng round UIKMI tho company mid thou strode toward the bar followed by tho crowd wildly yelling Tho ball was forthwith broken up I looked around for Hilly but he was nowhere to seen Greene touched my arm Theres going to bo something of n time no Just keep your eyes skinned he said What nun you going to do I asked Do Keep myself beautifully out of trouble he replied In n few moments the crowd cnme surging back headed by Nixon who wits waving n whisky bottle over lute head and yelling us one possessed Hello exclaimed Graeme softly I begin to see Look there Whats up I naked You see Idaho and Slavln and their pots ho replied Theyve got poor Nixon In tow Idaho Is rather nasty he added but I think Ill take n baud In this game Ive seen some of Idahos work before The scene was one quite strange to me nnd was wild beyond description A hundred men filled the room Bottles were passed from hand to haul and men drunk their till Hehlnd the re freshment tables stood the hotel man mud ills barkeeper with their coats on and sleeves rolled up to tho shoulder passing out tattles and drawing beer nnd whisky from two kegs hoisted up for that purpose Nixon was In his glo ry It was lute night Every tout was to get drunk nt his expense ho pro claimed Hinging down bills upon the table Near him were HOIIIO league men he was treating liberally nnd never fur away wero Idaho and Slavln passing bottles but evidently drinking little I followed Graeme not feeling too comfortable for this sort of thing was new to me but admiring tho cool ns surance with which ho made his way through the crowd tint swayed owl yelled noel swore amp laughed In u most disconcerting manner Hello shouted Nixon ns he caught sight of Graeme Here you nre passing him n bottle Youre n knocker n double handed front door- knocker You polished oft old whisky soak here old demijohn pointing to Shivln nut Ill Iny live to oive we coq lick nny blnnkety blank thieves In time crowd And ho lucid up n roll of bills Hut Graeme proposed thut he should give tho hornpipe again and the lloor wits cleared nt once for Nixons horn pipe was very popular nud tonight of course wets In high favor In the mIdst of his dance Nixon stopped short his 7 arms dropped to ills sides his face had n look of fear of horror There before him In his riding cloalt and boots with his whip In his hand nn ho had conic from his ride stood Mr Craig Ills fnco wens pallid nnd his dark eyes were blitzing with fierce light As Nixon Htopped Craig step ped forward to him and sweeping his eyes round upon the circle he saId In touts Intense with mini You cowards You get n moo where bos weak Cowards Youd damn his soul for his money There was n dyad silence nnd Craig lifting Ills hat wild solemnly May God forgive you this nights work Then turning to Nixon and throwing his arm over his shoulder he said In a voice broken and husky Conic on Nixon Well got Idaho outdo u motion ns It to stop lint hut Graeme stepped quickly for ward and wild sharply Make way there cant you and the crowd fell hack and we four passed through Nixon walking as In n dream with Craigs arm about him Down the street we went In silence mud on to Craigs shack where we found old man Nelson with the fire blazing and strong coffee steaming on the stove It was he that hUll told Craig on his arrival from tile landing of Nixons fallThere was nothing of reproach hat only gentlest pity In tone and touch as Craig placed the halt drunk dazed nun In his easy chair took off his boots brought him his own slippers and gave him coffee Then ns his stutter began to overcome him Craig put him III his own bet nod clime forth with a lice written over with grief Dont mind old chap said Graeme kindly limit Craig looked nt him without n word nut throwing himself Into n chair put his face In his hands As wo sot thoro in silence the door was sud denly pushed open and In walked Abe linker with the words Where Is Nix on and wo told him where be was Wo were still talking when again n tap came to the door and Shaw cause in looking touch disturbed Dint you liter about Nixon he ask ed We told him what we knew Hut did you luwr how they got him he asked excitedly- As he told us the tale the men stool listening wlthfnces growing hard It appeared that after the making of the tongue till Hlaek Hock hotel man hail lot Idaho a hundred to fifty that Nixon could tot be got to drink before Munster All Idahos schemes lint failed and now he lund only three days In whfcb to win hale money nnd time ball wu t fast chance Here ngaln he iu balked for Nixon resisting nil en treaties barred his shuck dour mind went to bod before nightfall according to his Invariable custom on pay days At midnight some of Idahos men came battering at the door for admission which Nixon reluctantly granted Kor half an hour they used every art of persuasion to Induce him to go down to the ball the glorious success of which was glowingly depicted but Nixon remained Immovable nut they took their departure battled and curs Ing In two hours they returned drunk enough to he dangerous kicked at the door In vain finally gained entrance through the window hauled Nixon out of bed nnd holding n glues of whisky to hula lips bid him drink but be knock Ill the glass away spilling tho liquor over himself and the bed It was drink or fight and Nixon was ready to light but after n parley they land n drink nil round and fell to per suasion again The tight was cold and poor Nixon sat slivering on the edge of his bed If he would take one drink they would leave him alone He need nut show himself so stilt The whisky fumes tilled his nostrils If one drink would get them off surely that was better than fighting and killing someone or getting killed Ho hesitated yielded drunk his glass They snt about him amiably drinking laud lug him as n flue fellow after all One more glass before they left then Nixon rose dressed himself drunk nil that wns left of the bottle put his money In his pocket noel came down to tho dance wild with his old time madness reckless of faith and pledge forgetful of home wife babies his whole being absorbed In one great passion to drink and drink flute drink till he could drunk no more Before Shaw had finished his tale Craigs eyes were streaming with tears and groans of rage and pity broke al ternately from him Abe remained speechless for n time not trusting himself but ns ho hoard Craig groan Oh the beasts the fiends be seemed encouraged to let himself loose nnd he began swearing with the coolest and most bloodcurdling deliberation Craig listened with evident approval apparently llndlng complete satisfac lion In Abes performance when suddenly he seemed to waken up cough Abe by tim arm and said In u horror stricken voice Stop Stop God forgive us Wo must not swear like tills Abe supped at once and In a sur prised and slightly grieved voice suit Why whats the matter with that Aint that what you wanted Yes yes God forgive me I nm afraid it was he answered hurriedly but I must not Oh dont you worry went on Abe cheerfully Ill look after that part And anyway aint they the blankest blnnkety blank going off again Into n roll of curses till Craig In an agony of entreaty succeeded In arresting the low of profanity possible tit no one but n mountain stage driver Abo paused looking hurt and asked if they did not deserve everything ho was call Ing down upon them Yes yes urged CraIg but that Is not our business Well so I reckoned replied Ate recognizing the limitations of the cloth r You aint used to It and you cant bo expected to do It but It Just makes me feel good let out of school liketo properly do em up the blank blank And off he went again It was only under the pressure of Mr Craigs pray ers fuel commands that he finally agreed to hold In though Its tough Blunts to be done asked Shaw Nothing answered Craig bitterly lie was exhausted with his long ride from the Landing and broken with bitter disappointment over the ruin of all that ho had labored so long to accom plish Nonsense said Graeme Theres a good deal to do It was agreed that Craig should remain with Nixon while the others of us should gather up what fragments we cumuli lied of the broken league We had just opened the door when we met n man striding up nt u great pace It was Gcordlo Crawford line ye seen the lad was his salu tntlon No rote replied so I told Gcordle of my last sight of Hilly In time orchestra An elM ye no gang nlfter him he asked In indignant surprise adding with sound contempt Mon but yere a feckless huddle Hilly gone too said Shaw They might have let Hilly alone Poor Craig stood in dumb agony Hillys fall seemed more than he could bear We went out leaving him heart broken auild tho ruins of his league CHAPTER IX TUB LEAGUES JIEVENQE IA we stood outside of Craigs Isshuck In the dim starlight we could not hide from ourselves that we were beaten It was not so much grief as a blind fury that tilled my heart and looking nt the fnces of the men about me I rend time same feeling there Hut what could we do Tho yells of carousing miners down at Slavlns told us that nothing nIghtIand with no chnncp of revenge was maddening Id like to get back nt em said Abe carefully repressing himself Ive Jot It mon said Graeme suddenly This town does not require hqIsession of Slnvlns saloon and the bar of tho Hlack Hock hotel nod clear out all the liquor to be found In both these places I did not much like the idea hut Geordie said Im gaen olfter the lath Ill hac nacthln tae tae wI yon Its no that easy nn Its a slnfu Abe was wild to try it and Shaw was quite willing while old Nel son stonily approved Nelson you and Shaw gyt a couplo of our men and attend to the saloon Slavln and the whole gang nre up at tho Hlnck Hock so you wont have much trouble but couio to us ns soon as you can And so we went our ways Then followed a scene the like of which I can serer hope to see again and It was worth a mans seeing but there were times that night when I wished I had not agreed to follow Graeme In his plot As wo went up to the hotel I asked Graeme What about the law of this Law he replied Indignantly They havent troubled much about law In the whisky business here They get n keg of high wines and some drugs and begin operations No he went onj If we can get the crowd out and ourselves In well make them break the law In getting us out Tie law wont trouble us over smuggled whisky It will be a great lark and they wont crow too loud over the league I did not like tile undertaking at first but ns I thought of the whole wretched illegal business flourishing upon the weakness of the men In the mines and camps whom I had learned to regard ns brothers and especially as I thought of the cowards that did for Nixon I let my scruples go and determined with Abe to get back nt cm We hunt no dltllctilty getting them out Abe began to yell Some men rushed out to learn the cause He seized the foremost man making a hideous up roar all the while and In three minutes hnd every man out of the hotel nnd a lively row going on In two minutes more Graeme and I hnd the door of the ballroom locked meld barricaded with empty casks We then closed the door of the barroom lending to the outside The barroom was n strongly built log shack with n heavy door secured after the manner of the early cabins with two strong oak bars so that we felt safe from attack from that quarter The ballroom we could not hold long for the door was slight and entrance wns possible through till window But ns only n few casks of liquor were left there our main work would be In the bar so that the tight would be to hold the passageway This we barricaded with casks nud tables But by this tune the crowd laud begun to realize what had happened nnd were wildly yelling nt door amid windows With nn nx which Graeme hall brought with him time casks were soon stove In nnd left to empty themselves As I wits about to empty mho last cask Graeme stopped me saying Let that stand here It will help us And so It slid Now skip for the barn cadet yelled Graeme as n ulan cane crashing through the window But before he could regain his feet Graeme land seized hint and Hung him out upon tho heads of the crowd outside But through the other windows men were cowling In nut Graeme rushed for the barricade followed by two of the enemy the foremost of whom I received ivt the top and hurled back upon the othersNow bo quick said Graeme Ill hold this Dont break OilY bottles on the floor Throw them out there t iit pointing to a little window high up In time wall I made nil haste The casks did not toke much tine and soon the whisky and beer were lowing over time floor It made me think of Gcordles regret over tho slnfu waste The bottles took longer amid glancing up now mind then I saw that Gracie was being i hard pressed Men would leap two and three nt n time upon the barricade nut Graemes arms would shoot out nnd over they would topple upon tho heads of those nearest It was n great sight to see him standing nJme with n smile ou his face nod the lirfit of hat- tie In hula eye coolly meeting Ids ns sallnnts with those terrific lightning like blows In fifteen minutes my work was done What next I asked How do wo get out How is the door he replied- I looked through the porthole nnd said A crowd of men waiting Well have to make n dash for It I fancy he replied cheerfully though huts face was covered with blood amid his breath was coming in short gasps Get down the bars nnd he ready But even ns he spoke n chaIr hurled from below caught him on tho nrm und before he could recover n man lint cleared the barricade and was upon him like a tiger It was Idaho Jack TO BE CONTINUED TO SAVE 1IKK Clflll From frightful disfigurement Mrs Nannie Gallpger of La Grange GaV applied Bucklens Arnica Snlvo to great sores on her head and face and writes its quick cure exceeded all her hopes It works wonders in Sores Bruises Skin Eruptions Cuts Burns Scalds and Piles 25c Cure guar anteed by all drugstores Necessary Expenses for Twelve Weeks School Persons who board themelyea can upend as much or little u they choose on living expenses It pays to have a little extra moncyforlcct urea books and other things But the necessary expenses are only as follows To pay the first day Dim fALL HALL School Incidental Fee f I l so Ex Hospital Fee 25 2- apens t about 2 00 2 O General Deposit 00 I Furnished loom fuel 4 S6 I 2e First Months Board 6 nu 6 00 00Ezpenree Laundry I Beginning M Mo Board 6 00 5 00 Beginning 3d Mo Board 5 00 6 28M 2800 Genl Deposit returned 100 00 Total Eapenae12 Weeks 87 BO 27 001 t For those below A Grammar deduct the J2 for books and 11 from Incidental fee making tilt total only satBO When four girls room together each saves 12 or more on room and fuel making the toW only a225011 classed below A GrammarIRoom and fuel cost one Winter termsTwo rooms for housekeeping with stoves etc can usually be rented for from W to Ifl a term The price of n big calf n little tanbark or n few homespun bedcovers will give It term of school which will change ones whole live for the bUr A Weak Stomach Indigestion Is often caused by overt t eating An eminent authority says the harm done thus exceeds that from the excesslvo use of alcohol Eat all the good toad you want but dont over load the stomach A weak stomach may refuse to digest what you eat Then you need a good dIgestant like Kodol whIch digests your food with out the This rest and the wholesome tonics Kodol contains loon restore health Dletlngunneces sary Kodol quickly relieves tho reel- Ing of fulness and bloating from which some people suffer after meals Absolutely cures Indigestion Kodol Natures Tonic OOOhlcago1lIel Three Years in Richmond And out of all thA sets of teeth that have been made at my office if there is one set or any sots that show any defects I will make a new set free We are making tho best set of teeth iu tho world for 760 antI if detects show in Ive years we give you a new set free This applies to all the tooth I have made or am going to make the beat alloy fills in tho world at 75 cents DR HOBSON Dentist Permanently located in the Hobsor Building nest door to Gov ernment Building Richmond Kentucky Reference Richmond National Bank Special Price to Students WHAT A TAM IT TKrLS If that mirror of yours shows a wretched sallow complexion a jaun diced look moth patches and blotches on the skin its liver trouble but Dr Kings New Life Pills regulate the liver purify tho blood give clear skin rosy cheeks rich complexion Only 2Cc at all drugstores e F TIn SYSTEM of impurities bowels that theII poisons in headache dullness first thou un sight finally serious illness applied Do Witts prevent this trouAthe liver nUll action of tho how pills do not act vio the bow rPOIS4NIU perform their own or distress For Drug Co A I n or if you use the Ohio Steam Cooker with doors Savor fuel labor and food Cooks anything better than can bo done many other way Cooks a full dinner he over one burner or stove hole Meatsn vegetables puddings sauces bread ole all at once one does not flavor the other Everything cooked to porfec lion If you want to look at your dinner the door No burnt tilrhtCuurarteedshort time Food cannot be spoiled while cooking nor by waiting for the folks to collie- Positively no odorsJust thin thing for canning fruit Prices from 51 to ffifiO Lasts for yours Como and see one at tho Citizen OfficeUor write to- JOHN DODWELL Beroa Kyc Agonts wanted Good paya THE MARKETSA- 8 XETOKTin A O NORMAN A ClKCIMNATt July BATTLECommonT225 jjj 31B II Butchers415 025 II Shipporafr5A 04- 0CALVESChoice550 ffi GCO II Large Common300 M 40- 0BoasComnlou5JO 700 II Fair good lightG45 675 lucking72b 750 SUEEP Good to choice 365 410 Common to fair 175 flOO LAMBS Good to choice 575 640tII Common to fair425 S 5G5 WHEAT No 2 Red 82 Q 82J CORN G7 G- Sr2jiOATSNo2 mixed r3 RvENo 21 flf9 55 FLODH Winter patent380 t 410 II II 0aneyFamily3OS ft 385 MILL FEau11000 2000 HAT No 1 Timothy 1325 1350 No2II 11f 1200 II No1 Clover 8W JJ 900I No2II 800 850 WOOL Unwashed medium combing 17 18 Washed long 22 23 Tub washed 23 c 21 a POULTRY Fryers per Ib lo Heavy hens II 9 RoostorsII 6 Turkey lions II 8 DllcksII 8 Eoas Fresh near by 1- 4111niJWot SaltedN GJ 7A II No 1 dry salt 9 10 II Bull 6 III Sheep skins 40 TALLOW Primo city 7 71 I Country GJ i FEATHEUS Geese now nearly while IIgrny to 39 42 Duck colored to white 28 ij 35 Chiukou white no quills I 8 Turkey body dry 12 15 You CUll buy 2Q lbs Granulated Sugar for 1 1 Hi Elmoros Rio Coffee II 11 cts 2 Ihs Fresh Crisp Crackers 9II 25 bars Buttermilk SoapII 26II Pkg Arm t Hammer Soda JII Number 2 Lamp Chimney II 4 and other groceries seeds etc at corresponding prices at BLUE GRASS Gitocunv Richmond Ky Ed Norris Manager 1NMNINNNHINLNINNNN N1NMNN- HLOCAL AND PERSONAL BEST BREAD Earljs Fireworks to morrow night on th thletic Field- Richmond Agricultural Fairwill bo hold July lll W D Embreo class of Boron UH graduated at Pale June 26 RICE ARNOLD have tho largest am best clionoCIItmw hats in Rich mond Tomorrow ia Independence Day Close your places of business and lx I patrioticMrs I LizzioBakor who has boon 01 visit to her mother Mrs L C Bak a has returned homo See A J Elders houses and lots for sale on Ovvsley stroot tho most boau tiful location in Berea John and Tom koop n clean store at I well as a good stock at the corner of Main and Center streets Our stock is lull and complete and our prices are tho lowest RICE ft ARNOLD Richmoudr Ky Mrs Nannie Baker and sister Mrs Jones of Holdeu Mo hale returned from a visit to Richmond- A restaurant will be opened this week in the Isaacss building next to Daltons blacksmith shop Alson Baker of Pnnolu is visiting at I G Bakers lIe is trying to so cure the school at Hickory Plains Police Judge Gay held his regular court Saturday There wore seven civil and three criminal cases on the locket G A Kikondall our pressman has gone to Illinois When he returns will be accompanied by a brand wife Covington ft Banks of Richmond are making a big bid for trade in miens clothing See their now ad rortisemeut on first page M L Spink formerly of the Students Job Print now proprietor of the Chandlerville Illinois Times is spending his vacation here Wo are in tho business to stay and want your trade for Shoos Hats andI Mens Furnishings Como and see RICE ARNOLD Richmond Miss Adelia Fox of Narrow Gap in Monday and renewed for year Miss Fox says shin not think of doing without TilE J A Rogers in writing from Windsor Conn to renew his subscription to TilE CITIZEN says some very kind and appreciative words to the editor Next Monday is County court day and when you are in Richmond you would do well to go and see Ed Nor is at the Blue Grass Grocery lie will save you money T R Robinson says that the rains of the past week have done groat damage to growing crops in the mountains woshing the hillsides and covering tho bottoms with mud If you need a now set of harness or a good saddle T1J Moberley on Main street Richmond opposite the Courthouse will givo you the best Bargain you can got anywhere Howard Embreo class of Borea 02 left for Now York Tuesday where he and his brother Will will join the Thomas Edison expedition for geolog ical surveying in Northern Canada Tomorrow will bo a big day in Berea Baseball basket supper patriotic speeches music during the day to wind up at night with a grand display of fireworks on Ladies Hall lawnSix quart tin pail 10 cents Three cakes tar soap 6II Four ounces smelling units 10II All first quality goods at Tina TEN CENT STORE next door to postolbce Richmond Ky FoE RESTMy house and lot in- b Berea Ky on Cueslnutavenue and now occupied by Prof Marsh For particulars see Rov M K Pasco or write to mo at 153 S Main street Springfield MoGw AMES 3In another column will be found a account of tho terriblo storms that struck the neighborhood of Wai lacoton Wednesday and Saturday June 26 and 20 Tho writer is our valued friend E Walker Baker Tho Williamsburg baseball club will play tho Berea club tomorrow afternoon at 230 Tho Williamsburg club aro the champions of Southeastern Kentucky Bon GutlHT the pitcher played with the Memphis team the early part of the season The team is managed this year by F B Goodheart editor of the Williams burg Times It will bo a great Encourage the boys by a goodcrowd GOODBYE TO NEIGHBOR- SII starting for New York City today to raise money for tho College not knowing when I can return Prob ably it will not bo before Christina and then only for a few days While the College has been prosper ed our needs have increased rapidly Tho Brick Works have cost more than wo expected and wo have run in debt for this and other things BO that strenuous efforts will bo necessary to provide means for doling for our students next year as well an wo have been doing for them in the past But I go out with more confidence thau over because of the good things have to tell about our young people can tell Mr Rockefeller if I sow him that Borea is instructing as promising company of young urea and young Indies as can bo found anywhere- A great regret as I leave is that I cannot say goodbye to each of my neighbors For the last throe mouths have been tied to my otlice work from early morning till Into at night glut neighbors I urn working for you and your children It does me good to see how many really flue young people we urn bringing up in Berea a and to notice tho improvements incur houses our dooryards and gardens and iu the farms around our village It is for these blessings that come through education that we are sup porting the College Tho College tries to make every homo in Kentucky brighter anti better And it is this great work for the College that makes me so poor neighbor that I can Hel dom stand in your doorway or visit with you in my own house So as cannot shako each friend by tho hand let me through TilE CITIZEN speak this sincere word of farewell arid good iu wishes Faithfully j CHIP WM GOODELL Fnosr- NNINHINNNNINHNIN11NHN I CORRESPONDENCE l1NNNNNNNNNINININH1N i ROCKCASTLE COUNTY DISPUTANTA Miss Mary Owens who has boon on the sick list is about wellMr unit Mrs Willie Mullins and Sherman Swinfonl visited relatives on White Oak Branch SundayJ K McGuiro wont to Garrard county lust week ou businossMrs A T Abuoy anti lit tle son Rubio visited relatives at Berea last weokUnclo Garret Dees of Jackson county mire among friends T C Holt wont to Boone last week Inrrio Leo Abuoy visited Miss Min nie Waddle rocontly Aunt Polly Allman of Hichmond visited relatives in East Scaffold Cane lost weekMr anti Mrs Tom Gadd havo returned from Jellico Touu Messrs Charlie und T F Abuey of hewn passed through hero Saturday on their way to Climax Mr anti Mm T C Holt visited Mr and Mrs Anglin near Berea last Sunday Misson Nancy rallli Dinks Luke of near Berea visit friends on Clear Creek Sunday Mrs Aunio Anglin of near Bern vis ited homofolks Sunday Messrs J S Abney and John Owens of Orlan do made a business trip to Beret Sat unlay ROCKFORD J W Todd was in Alt Vernon Monday James Richmond is recov oring slowly from sickness M B McGuiro of Crooked Crook was hero on business Monday and Tuesday Miss Bessie Todd is on tho sick list Miss Lizzie Witt visited Mrs Sandy Viars Thursday and Friday There was an oldfashioned foot washing at East Macedonia church Sunday Mrs Mary Allman and granddaughter Ray lof Richmond aro visiting relatives at this place Miss Beulah Viars is on the sick listSome one stole a horse from Jim Guiuus pas turn last week and returned it this week Master Ray and Casper Martin of Rockford are visiting friends in Madison There will be mooting at tho Macedonia church next Saturday and Sunday Ray Allman visit ed her cousin Virgin Martin a few days ago James Vaughn and family visited friends in Rockcastle county Saturday and SundayMrs Mary Allman and Mrs Beltie Todd visited C II Todd Saturday OWSLEY COUNTYS- TURGEON Bountiful rains and crops lookin- gwallA small acreage of wheat sown and badly winter killed oats corn and gardens nourishing Fruit crop will be short Mrs Jesso Wilson Sr who was stricken by paralysis last February is still helpless Sho is the grandmother of Misses Mary and Nora Wilson former students at Boron and is 82 years of ago she will not recov IeerWeathor unusually cool health generally good OAOBARD Mrs A Davidson and children 01 Eversolo visited her mother hero Sun dayJohu R1 Moore who had acorn hoeing Friday got a good days work thouoRor Jima Evorsole of Munch ester is visiting his son hilaw atthisI placoJohn Barretts child ron ol Moado Creek visited their undo and aunt heretliis week Berry Reynolds wife and son of Berea aro lucre this week on a visit to his sister and other relatives Henry and Elmer Oabbard visited relatives on Cow Crook Satin day and Sunday Marion Reynolds caste homo with thom and stayed until Monday Prof 11 B Cort of Boonoville passed through hero Sat urday on his way to Buffalo where he preaches alternate Sundays GARRARD COUNTY PAINT LICK Tho ground is wot for tho first time since corn planting Thin storm Sat unlay moved Elias Smiths smoke house ninth blow down tweutyono np pIe tries in his orchard Dr Mays visited Lexington last week Clifford Thompson visited rhombi in Pdlaski lust week Puint Lick is working for graded 8choolJ A Arnold will leach tho Whitehall school thin full Miss Laura Kelly of Heron wits hero visiting her uncle J B Kelly trust week MASON COUNTYM- AYSYILLE Tho Womans day rally nt Iho Bethel church on Sunday wits quite n success in n financial way Misses Nannie Wood and Frankie Whaley have returned front Wilberforce where they have boon attending school MisH lllilio Strawder spout Sunday Flomiugsburg visiting relatives Mr and Mrs Arthur Morton aro re joicing over tho arrival of n fine baby hwyHrs Caroline Underwood of the East land died Saturday afternoon of old age Burial in the Maysvillo cemeteryMiss Alico Siniuis left Thursday afternoon to visit her sister at Millersburg Mrs Dr Stevens of East Fourth street hunts lOn quite sick of nervousness She is much better at this writing JACKSON COUNTY KERBV KNOB Uolnrt Daugherty is nt homo with his mother who is improving MiSH Mary Baker spout part of last week hereTho hailstorm W e tin us ii a y night damaged crops considerably Miss Mary Powell loft hero Mon day for a week iu Beret Robt Halo has lost a number of sheep by dogs Misses Eva Click nail Mary Baker attended the Sundayschool conven tion at McKeo Juno liS 2tThocon tinued rains aro doing much damage to all crops VACATION DAYS Vacation time iH horo and tho chill droll Bro fairly living out of doors Thor could bo no healthier place for thorn You need only to guard against tho accidents incidental to most opei air sports No remedy equals Do Witts Witch Hazel Salvo for quickly stopping pain or removing danger of serious consequences For cuts scalds and wounllsIII used DeWitts Wild Huzwl Salvo for sores cuts and bruises says L B Johnson Swift Tex It is tho host remedy on tho market Sure cure for piles old skin diseases Beware of counterfoils For sale by East End Drug Co- MADISON u COUNTY PEYTONTOWN Miss Mary V Whllonwl Miss Ad dell Phelps attended tho oxamiuatior for teachers last week at Richmond Mrs Eliza White is at Crab arch mini Springs Tho Poytoutown church last Saturday licensed Joint D Harrii to preach the gospel Rov II Mun day wens called to Mt Nobo to preach in a rally with Rev J1 IL Reel last Sunday Rev O B Miller of Rich mond preached hero last Sunday ROT I Miller was at New Liberty and Rov S Watts at Cedar Cliff thin same dayJ C Burnam and wife and Mrs Goo Reynolds of Boron visited hero Sunday MOTIIKIt ALWAYS KKKIS IT IIANIIY My nether suffered a long time from distressing pains and general ill health due primarily to indigestion says L W Spalding Verona Mo Two years ago I got her to try Ko dol She grow bettor at once and now at tho agoofseventysix oats anything she wants remarking that she fears no bad effects as she has her botlloof Kodol handy Dont waste timo doctoring symptoms Go after the cause If your stomach is sound your health will bo good Kodol rests tho stomach and strengthens tho body by digesting your fool It is naturos own tonic For solo by East End Drug Co lpilrICoffees Coated 7 with stair CII rilic and tlthcr tliim3 arc nut lit to drink LionCoffo6 Is uniiutrd coffee Ire h strung well flavored T1ra innt S alndfr4uu N7 0 Ohio College of DentalSurgery I Dcpt of Dentistry Univ of Cincinnati oI Central Ave and Court Street CINCINNATI 0 DR POWE- RSKIDNEY and Backache j KlilneyiBladder achelleartDleeaetiravelDropsy Dont become dlteouraced There U a Cure for you ifol ar1 writ lit IVnmt lit bee rput ft llf llin cuMiijt Jut uii CoM unyoiir All itxiMilInt luui free TClglit month In bed Wary bofcaib pain aad Mtr uix iftxMt kkluvv alirl rw hiaUiin IMIirr tHixll i f llnt Dr fru nere Uldiivy and lie kaAv lure rulpltll II WATEKX Umlru K Y Drurgrta5trII A k ofrIt MolOkFree STVITUSDANCI CURE Burr Irciilnr l r rlc nml no make JaCk n tiullhay Tlndlnae et11Or INrfw aol tariuo rlnMm alt m t lu Kif iaf monthly cnUTUiunnnU Ieelll liter intwi eel literary Miciiil teturm TIII HASH uiu STOIIY J A Kelly relates an experience similar to which has happened Su every neighborhood in time United States and hasten told and retold by thousands of others Ho says Last summer I had an attack of dysentery and purchased battle of Chamberlains Colin Cholera aud Diarrhoea Remedy which I used ac cording to directions anti with outiru ly satisfactory results Tho trouble was controlled much quicker thou former attacks when I used other rem ethos Mr Kelly is n well known citizen of Henderson N C For sale hy S E WEUII JR Vn1i r II Bend model ikutch w Inw nlon II tTff it nan OrlAndo For fire U forInnwp m aeCi TRADEMARKS Tunis COLLKOI was organized iu IHIfi numb the TiTth Annual Session iHfgiiw about 1st UHW Threo Hossions of seven mouths each are nxiiiriHl for griuluatiou This is tine first Dental College established iu tho West It is co educational and hits n ttmdiing orjw of twenty itistruclors Its buildings are modern nod well adapted to thin requirements of modern dental ednunlion nnd its mantles lire unsurpassed Optional Spring stud Fall Courses in clinical instructions are also given Foes art 100 ondi session For fornllr tion mud Announcement nddress II 1Smith D D S Dean I IIi Oar field Place Cincinnati Ohio lvre Krnnvr FrvdcmlBN that altuost October CanvasserWanted to sell PRINTERS INK a journal for advertisers puiliHhod weeklyat live dollars n Tear It tenches the wieuoe nml tirniltcn of Advertising aunt is highly eNtiTiutd by tilt mnht Nicvt fiil advertiser iu thin con lit rr and Great Britain IJtbornl cone mmrioii allowed AddrensI- HINTIIItV INK IU rnrf M sw wutk f YA 31IV9 N 10R Chicago College t- JDental IT9rrnlyrtraiintnirliiti mil v tint It In tM r te iiiMl 4 tlur nfiu dlaI Un nr it ti 4rt to fit r II rnniH u memo n4 ii fiur r i rrfr will hpunl tlHtnaflt r tot utrtl eaahtin klm ER TRUMAN W IIROPIW Dean wood Harrison Sts Chicago v nfifi1 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE II COI TriAoc Dt MAnillAI Aae r r 19 Ikr1t na 71 IqUrnwba4-t 1 r JWN7r1Stl aiic Jjincricau h n Uo iiir llnHf a1 wiwklr It ml nt inlalMHi f r leadFurea leru II e r nuutlll 4 MJlful tirwwIwMr fnin GGroedwlyNtw YQ ti76 yN1 Wwllare John Toni Havo broken into Rhodus Store and cut prices right Mid loft and aro putting in n largo fresh stool of Groceries HnnlKvnro Fruits Candies etc and under tho caret of our othor stores will offer to the public special in ducflinonts for patronage Rebate Offered N Wo nro now startling tho nicest scheme of rebate over offered that rc uires lots of norvo but wo intend to carry it out until everybody RICH and POOR hints a clmnco to got n line sot of tlinnorwar ABSOLUTELY FIIEB You got premiums soon us you Irado 1i or moro Goods on hand up town tho Hiuno quality as sample with JOHN TOM Buy nil your goods of us everybody wo are determined to pleaso you You ennui got all your warts n- tWELCHS