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REV JOHN An Independent Weekly fittral Editor nl tAr J dNa u trod lllre DOUWELLCITIZEN THE nOME 60 Devoted Inter CENTS FARM sta to A of YEAR the SCHOOL VOL IV A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JULY 17 1902 Fifty contfl a year NO 4 IDEAS Ho who ulimhH 1100HiTliu two mill obeys tho law If you waul to bo happy null live a long limp forgot tho fiuiltH of others This inn rood limn to destroy weeds Pull thorn up by tho roots if you eaten Inko limn time Storms root tho oak fire tempers stet l grant epochs inuk history mlvurNlly well horn mako character IVuNTBs Ie Wntann TAKE NOTICE Dr Burgess will ptonch in tho TnlMinmalii on Sunday nt IIn in Topic Tho Mathematics of Re ligion At 7HO p in thuro will bo a Ktormplicon Lecture Swift and Sure FROM THE WIDE WORLD ExPresident Paul Krugor who in in Drtiwoln doolnres ho will never ro turn to South Africa Tho bubonio plague has broken out in Odessa Russia sasaysa report front U S Consul Hoinan On Friday July llit wnsollicially Mated thnt tho LO rOil ntlo II of Edward VII of England will lake plant lug u England linn n tow promior Lord Srdihbiirv IIUH rofifgned mill Rt Zion A1 Ilntfnur holds tin ollico in his itund Sir Miclmnl HicksBench ohnncel loroflhi lirltUh Exchequer resigned iN 011100 Mondtiy the Hlh nod Rt lint Mr Hnnbury limy snecml him lens Mnxilon and Noviso who wore canviolcd of fronton nt Cobu Ulnnd of Ctihu I1 hnro beet win teiim to inipriHonm nt for ton mud haven yonrs anti n fine of 2000 ro apicivolyIN OWN COUNTRY Tho total cost of flit Phillppino war up lo Into fa fI70 M5Ij PtHtoioift try tho ImirloHt Item of goTitrnmout oxpandlturonoarly JIM OtJO a day A creosote plant In to Iw erected in Nashville Tuna U will cover 15 iioras nUll employ BOO roan 0 Physicians who am In n oxtiou to kdow say there nro 20000 opium lends iu San Francisco nlono In Harrison towiiHhip ncarMonroo oily Knox county hid there in a strip tOil miles long br ono milo wide f nil In corn that will yield SO to 100 hiiNhols per acre Mm Gonrni Taylor wife of Hiruin Taylor a farmer of Loonoy Va gave lilrlli to triplets nil girls Thursday night This IN tho thiid time Mm Taylor linn given birth to triplets A frightful mine ox plosion occurred nt Johnstown Pa on July 10 iu tho Cambria Stwl Rolling Mill Mino a milo ann n unit from tho main on franco U in thought that moro than HiO lives wore lost- COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Horaca Lillie ago 15siz feet high rid woighing JtTi5 jwundH died at his homo in Dallard Iounty Monday A sawmillnear Rockholds belong ing to Mayor Leo Thomas of Wil liaiiiHbiirg burned Satunluy Tho Louisville Henderson and St Louis railroad will build n four milo spur from Lowisixnl Hancock corm ly to tho hills to fiimo coal lands mud will open n mono within two months They will employ 1000 handsOn Saturday night a section of No tmillrnorthbound L R N freight train wellIvvorotan error of tho operator nt Smiths 0 rove Tho temperance men nnd tho whis ky moil of Fulton county each filet petitions boforo County Judge hoar by at Vicki umi on Monday nsking tho County Court to order nn election It lucid in Fulton and tho magisterial district on Sept m llKWto determine whether spirituous vinous or malt liiiors shall ho sold lute temper ance folks want an election for tho wholo district and tho whisky men want it conllnod to tho cliy of Fulton STICK TO THE FARM W1MIAU KIAXJMIY A few days ago a traveling man Raid I haul rather go to jail than stay on till fllrlll1 So hail I if 1 did not know any moro about farming than ho did Thcro arc n great many poo plo who scorn to pity us farmers but I am lure to tell you their sympathy in winded Some of you young moo now within tho sound of my voice are trying to decide whether you will stay on tho fnrm or go to tho city Young moil stay away from tho city Tho couture of population nro already over crowded If you young mon lire seeking to gain time largest place for your solves in this or make your life toll for tho greatest good to you the farms oCern large inducements And tho better prepared you lire for your work thomoro you will get out of it Perhaps some of you have already mado up your minds to stay on tho farm Rut before you begin your work gut an education tout will fit you for it come to Bores rued take tho agricultural course i o tho farm ers course This is tho best course for most young turn It contains tho most useful sciences nod other studies that tnako n good citizen It gives tho thorough education needed by an enterprising farmer Those who tour photo this course will bo able to make morn and get more out of farm life It is a tihnmn to Imo our farms timid our stock produce little when by limo application of skill and science the comfort and prosperity of our homos might bo largely increased limo studies offered iu this course lire 1st The Principlosof Agriculture which teaches us how to mako our soil yield mow mud touches us to keep it yielding 2tI A Study of Farm CrcpK This lunation us what kind of crops will grow lost ou our kind of soil when to plant our crops amid how to harvest them 3d Farm Manage mold which is porhnps tho most es sential of all For you may own tho best faun in tho Bluegrnss region of Kentucky yet without pro er man ngnmout y u will not succeed It shown you whether you can best af foul to prodncn butter or poultry for tau local trade beef or Iambi for the ely market or thoroughbreds for tho race track ilh Animal Husbandry which gives n short description of tho various breeds of stock and tenches us how to care for our domestic ani owls 5th rain Mechanics which is n study of road building and bridge building laud draiungo anti field sur veying There are other useful studies but these nro the ones tho farmer needs most Our agricultural colleges hoe prow ed that scientific farming produces moro satisfactory results than almost nay other line ofwork In time ed ucated labor will forgo its way to the front and to tho betterment of the world Tho farmer must bo a bust nets man Ho cannot fail in every thing else anti then resort to farming for success What business theucqualsfurmiugl None so surely lends to truest success health long lifo inllunuco happiness n fair monsnro of wealth and room for tho powers of tho intellect to de velop Wlint more cnn a young mUll expect to attaint Tho farm of tho intelligent farmer will increase in value and productiveness year by year and as tho farmer begins to grow old tho harvests will grow more bountiful and tho heart expand with joy Stick to tho farm boys it is n laud of prom ise thnt tho city cannot equal- ANNOUNCEMENT Wo arc authorized to announce Quo D White of Richmond an candi Into for Circuit Clerk of Madison county subject to thus action of till Democratic party Wo are authorized to mnnoimco Roy 0 White as candidate for Circuit Court Clerk in Madison county sub ject to tho action of tho Democratic party looc2 Till ST MMMKNT FOIC STRAINS Mr F IL Wells tho merchant tit Deer Pnrk Long island N Y says 11 always recommend Chnmberlnins Pain Balm as time best liniment for strains I used it last wipter for n severe lameness in tho side reuniting from n strain and was greatly pleas tNl with the quick reliefand euro it of fected For smile by S 13 WELl Jn t BARBER SHOP LAYNEW REG ULATIONS OPERATIVEi gorronrlugfective being contained in n law en acted by tho Legislature No Towels and linens must bo thoroughly boiled when laundered mid kept iu places secure from dust and other impurities and not to ho handled except when iu use No2lIalr brushes tools ofnil kinds us well as nil other appliances used iu thoyiirt of harboring must bo kept thoroughly clean No aIII shaving or cutting tho hair of n customer who has an crimp thou of any kind on the scalp or on tho face particular attention must ho given to cleaning every article used with duo regard to antiseptics Each and every article so used must lx either toiled or dsinfcctcd with nn antiseptic solution After such work tho barber must wash his hands in running let water No Huforo shaving time custom or tho harbor nest wash tho shaving cup nUll brush to bo until perfectly clone Time use of sponges finger bowls powderpuflXnnd chamois skins nnd alum mtst bo discarded No 5 Perfectly clean towels muft be need on each and every customer No 6Clear running water must bo used for tho purpose of cleansing in every detail of barbers work No 7 CuspidorH must ba cleaned daily then kept onefourth filled with antiseptic wnter SOLDIERS PICNIC Yesterday was n great day for the Union soldiers of Berea nlid vicinity A soldiers picnic managed by Copt Jas West Post G A R wen hold beneath tho oaks in limo yard of Prof L V Dodge By a singular coincidence tho number of veterans present was an oven three dozen tho willows of soldiers ono dozen npd time entire company composed of tho families of soldiers ten dozen After n Ixninli ful dinner crowned with icocroam galore tho comrudesjoined in exchang lug remembrances of their nrmy ox periences Tho patriotic sentiment among tho old soldiers is still growing What Is Necessary Good oUI ht is noeessnry for a caddy isnt it aikod the boy of no experience Oh I dont know answered the experienced lad Theres some couples in this club thatll pay you more for looking tho other trm1ynn not Eccin anything than theywill for fiudiu tho balls Youve got to learn when to have the eyesight an whoa not to have itChicagoP- ost Had All Sorts Burns after the great Thanks giving leIl5t1 hoard that you led a piece of each of tho fifteen kinds of pie Spurns Very likely I did 1 know that now Im havingabout fifteen different thou Philadelphia North Amen can Diplomacy Dawson Ah thought yo said yo had a crow to pick wit do Widow Johnson So Ah did sistah so Ah did but whoa Ah arrived Ah found she had a chicken to pick so Ah helped heron stayed to dinnorXcw York World A Small Stratagem How did you ever come to let Hint man whip you He took a low down advantage of me said the pugilist Ho carted till I lend beet vaccinated nnd then a quarrel with 1II- eWashll1gton Star Utterly Unselfish Mother Do you think his love for you is unselfish DaughmtorPerfectly The other night ho lot mo sit so long on his knee that ho walked lame for ten minutes New York Weekly Turkeys Plight Mrs SnnggsIsnt the sublimo porto a ridiculous name for tho Turkish government- Mr Snnggs Yes it is a euhlim lesstorte now Pittsburg Chroni Describing the Bargain Sale And then said the girl who hnd been reading football news sho went through the lino for n gain of five yards of slightly damaged silk Chicago News r 1 1 Dont Use- Spectacl es I Unless you need then nod if youuso them bo sure thoy lit your need I will give thorough examination with the above instrument FREE OF ciiAKOK which always indicates the correct glasses to use II you dont n I will tell you sot A Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main Street Richmond Ky I am using a box of Chamberlains Stomach l Liver Tablets and find them time best thing for my stomach I over usedsays T W Robinson Jnstco of time Peace Loomis Mich These Tablets not only correct this orders of limn stomach but regulate tie liver nnd bowels They are easy to take anti pleasant iuoilect Price 2bc per box Forsalo by S E WELCH JR CENTRAL KENTUCKY AND MADISON MONUMENTAL WORKS Head stones urns monu ments and marble and gran ito work of all kinds Prices governed by quality of ma term Prices reasonable Only first class work Bono All work guaranteed GOLDEN FLORA RICHMOND Ky stoner ol Main end Col in Street 2203 TIIIIU srciiirr is oirr All Sndiovillo Ky was curious to learn the cause of the vast improve tout in tho health of Mrs S P Whitlaker who hall for n long timo endured untold suffering from a chron ic bronchial trouble Its all dun to Dr Kings New Discovery writes her husband It completely cured her and also cured our little grand daughter of a severe attack of Whopping Cough It positively cures Coughs Colds La Grippe Bronchitis all Throat and Lung troubles Guaran teed bottles f0c mind 100 Trial hot tles free nt all drugstores FOR HANDMADE FANCY WOODWORK in hats sunbonnets fancy baskets of all descriptions napkin rings in all colors South your orders to MISSES MAxe L CARTER BEREA KENTUCKY Prices Tory rca on lilo and nil work Summer complaint is unusually prevalent among children this season A welldeveloped case in tho writers family wns cured last wo 3k by time timely use of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy one of tho best patent medicines manufact ured and which is always kept on hand at tho homo of yo scribe This is not intended as a free puff for tho company who do not advertise with us but to benefit little sufferers who may not be within easy access of n physician No family should ho with out n bottlo of this medicine in lima house especially In summertime Lansing Iowa iJanrnal For snip lay- S E WELCH JR SELECT SHOESil FOR MEN Broad easy shapes for comfort loving men smart snappy styles for fashionseeking monaU kinds of good shoes for all kinds of lIIellj Correctly fitted by expert titters and sold at extremely moderate prices always loa A Let us fit your next pair i Covington Banks Outfitters for Men and Boys HAVJ ILARGEST Richmond Kcnlucky OTIJE I will for tho T J iSuccessor to J T McClintock Main St Opposite Court louseIDR M Ee JONES e Dentist g Offi MillineryStore Office DaysThursday Friday and Saturday of each week Sprclnl Notice In Our headers Till Jj cr li on file at the ofllra of The Chi rune later Ontm 10010S110 Yut Monrnv alertnilrnpi where our raulen will lie cntirtcoiiHly wetcil who may rare to call upon The Leer Otfiin for a tour of Inflection and KlKhtMttlng eauholirnrvment of the age In connection with the of a great ncwupajier It Is a rare trent to lutert In the subject and should Ill taken advantage of Night r 1 1SADDLES 1ARICE RICHMOND Shoes Hats Gents Furnish of ings agllItAinRichmond MEAT MARKET I have re the Market on Main VegetablesinM B RAMSEY Ky THE VERY LATEST Go look around investigate the QUALITY and PRICE Then hero we have a large assortment of Furniture upon which we can save you If wo have not what you want it is our specialty to got it quickly and we guarantee goods of represented GOCARTSOLD JilCKOKY For your lawn or porch It comfortable atlracliye mud will stand exposure to rain and sunshine UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY Day Phone Phone 4766JO ARNOLD KY Street Fresh Meats Berea COME money Sa JOPLIN Richmond Ky I The Radcliffe Shoe I Is the only 0 IShe in town Our Wall Paper Linei IMMENSE ANDIt BICKNELL EARLY s N i i eoeoeoe ooieoeeeeeoeaieoeee99A Douglas I iImer Shoes Theyt 1 enjoy showing i you their goods i rerrr THE CITIZEN i it DRY GOODS MILLINERYBOOTS CLOTHING CARPETS NOTIONS ETC a DontFail to Visit ELDER STORE DURING T- HEJULY t i i costsale I Everything AT COST FOR 30 DAYS tO V Elder RICHMOND = KENTUCKY i ii j trl t L i THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON lit THIRD QUARTER INTERNATIONAL SERIES JULY 20 Test of the Lraaoii Kx xx 1811 Mrmorr Vrmcn lii17 lulilrn Teat Slnlt its lit Cniiiiuriifnry 1rnmr rd It Ilcv U 31 Strum Copyright 1902 by American Press Asac elation l Honor thy father and thy mothei that thy days may be long upon tho tan which the Lord thy God Rtveth thee The Ten Coininniitlinenta or hn words as they art huinetlntos called uro Kunimetl up by our lord In Mnrl xII 2031 In these words Hear 0 If rnel the foal our flod la one Lord and thou Shalt love the Lord thy lei with all thy heart nod with all the soul nod with all thy mind and with all thy BtretiRth This Is the tlrllt eomnmndmunt and till second Is like namely this Thou shall love thy uelgh for as thyself There Is none othe commandment greater than these IIt thus quoted from Deut vl I B ntu Lev xlx 18 for lie honored the wholi of the law tit prophets and the psalm Luke xxtv 27 44 never In any way discounting the least portion Hov very unlike Him In this respect url some wise people of our day who pro fess to be Ills followers See In con ueotlon with this fifth coimnandiuen 1rov I 8 and note that In Kph vl J It is culled the first rommanduien with promise The promise hud doubt less a special reference to Israel 11 Thou ahalt not tilL III our Lords commentary on this In Matt v 21 22 He teaches that ullflr- IIcl at the root of murder and John ill 15 It Is written Whosoeve hateth lilt brother Is u murderer re ferrlng back to the story of Caln and Alien In the same connection It is written that Cain was of the wicket one Stud In Joint vlll 44 our Lord salt that he was n murderer from the lit ginning a liar and the other of It XoJ only are wo forbidden to hate anyone but we are forbidden to vpent evil of any one Jas h 11 Kpli Iv 31 I Pet II 1 In Zech vii 10 vlll 17 we are forbidden even to ImiKlm evil In our hearts against a brother or a neighbor II Thou ahalt not commit adultery That this sin may be committed by It look as well as by an act our Lord taught In Matt v 2732 where He also gives fuller Instruction concerning It That lure will conquer It Is seen In Horn xlll 10Iove worketh no to his neighbor therefore love U tin fitllllllng of the law Cod counted Israel guilty of this sin when they wor shiped Idols the works of mens hand Jer Ill 0 and by the Spirit through James lie tells us that If wo are In friendship with the world we are in Ills sight guilty of this sin Jan Iv i It sews to some mural people Impos sible that anything so vile as this sin could ever touch or conic uvar theme hut let them see It ns God does and honestly ask as In Ills sight Am I In any way conformed to this present evil world am I In love with the world which Is lying In the wicket one loom xII 1 2 I John II 1517 v 10 It V IS Thou italt not steal Many who would scorn to take what does not belong to them as between man and man might have to plead guilty when searched by the question Will a man rob God Yet Got had to say to Israel Yo have robbed Mo In tithes and offerings Mal Hi 8 Inasmuch us our relation to tied Is the first question and the matter of the ut most Importance let the believer ask himself Am I robbing God of any jxir tlon of my being or my time or my money He claims our body as Ills property item xII 1 2 I Cor vii IV L0 and at least a seventh of our limo and n tenth of our income 18 Thou halt not bear false wltnem against thy neighbor There are tongues that devise mis chiefs that love evil more thou Root and lying rather than righteousness but such do not belong in the holy city lH Ill 2 3 Itev xxll ID Ho that worketh deceit shall not dwell within My house ho that tellcth lies shall not tarry In My sight Is cl 7 False witnesses were among the Giles Otis things which our Lord suffered for our nukes even as it is written False witnesses are risen up against Me mid such us breathe out cruelty and again False witnesses did rise up they laid to My charge things that I knew not Ps xxvll 12 xxxv 11 17 Thou ahalt not covet We might Infer from Rom vii 7 In connection with Phil ill 0 that Paul fancied that be hat kept tho law pret ty thoroughly except on this one point but hu learned as James also did that to keep the whole law and offend in only ono Volt makes one guilty of all and In our flesh dwelleth no good thing Jus II 10 Item vii 18 Guilty is tho word for every ono Uom ill 10 iO Some ono has well said To do what the law requires I must have life und to bo what the law requires I must hate righteousness but by nature I have neither and um therefore cursed When I receive Christ He becomes my life and righteousness and will fulfill the law In me The people found that they could not keep this holy and perfect laws for in u few days they found themselves calling on Aaron to make them an Idol and dancing around a golden calf Then Moses before their eyes broko the two tables which God hind given him thus powerfully testl fying to what they were actually do hug Then the Lord told Ills servant Moses to make two tables like tho first nut bring them up to Him In the mount and lIe would write the saute words on then but Moses was also commanded to make an ark and put the tables of stone in it and cover them up and lei them be there Deut li and xi 1w NIII NNN1111N11NN NINNI I INI NNNNNNNININNNNIIINININN THE HOME MMI LITTLE BABIES Tho first thing to insure n good baby Is to hiivn good parents Th next thing is that peoplo should nol fuss with n baby too muchIt labs not bo tickled stuffed aunt pnssct from baud to luuul too much Ion has provided n natural root for babies and they should not have auytliinj olfo for tho first year When then are old enough to take other food It should of tho simplest kind avoid jug picklos fund spices null of course ton lend coffee Moat is not good foe babies unless it ho n little tonde chicken Childrtii should lu fed frequently but regularly It is nR bad for babies ns it In for growi people to Ixi lunching nil tho time Next in importance to rood is tin matter of sleep Ifn child Is taken care of properly it will soon havo rog ulnr habits sleeping through the night anti taking regular naps in tin middleof the forenoon nnd tilt middle of tho afternoon anti tho nftornoot nap should ln iontimiod until tin child is Uinni years oldRllllllomo tunes until thu child is ten years old A great thing for the happiness ofa 1mbIIntl coimoUoutlr for tin happiness of tho family in which the baby lives In that it should bo kept quirt It is simply cruel to tickler baby and mike it laugh until it is ox eittxl anal stirred up A baby is cushy frightened or nverexct d If liege directions are followed n child will hnvo littlo liability to sickness but 1 mother must know what sieknotisw are liable to como to her baby nnd PC be on the watch for them There is croup nnd dipthorin in tho winter anti flux in tho summer The latter cornea from bad wntor or from eating too many kinds of rOOt If cows milk h given to a child in tho summer it it well to have tho milk boiled At nil times the baby must protected against drafts from which it might take told In cold weather n baby should always wear some woolen garment end even in summer ns n protection against tillS it is lest that n baby should have a flannel band around the waist One thing more ovoi n littlo baby begins before we think of it to receive training in obodi unco and affection nnd good tamper from its mother anti those who take cam of it Tuft disposition of n child may bo largely formal while it is still a baby And for nil the pains Wit take with the little baby wt shall be abundantly repaid as the follow lug poem shows All arlii Iq the IlArk and an ache In the arm All on afciiuit of the baby far and a frlghl and a tbounnit aimne ell oil annum of lie tutlijr And bottle and mtllt4 sail w hWlw end ring Xrmn cplUr to atllca cJiillr of thing Krom morning to right and to morning again More bit and mon tune than an army of mm Ami a limit that It lupld for lark of alcrp Aid a hurt where a sad of atulctlv trap Alton account of lie Iaby A Joy In the heart and a light In the eyes All nn anoint of the baby A growing content ami a growing Mir rlv All on account of the baby And iatlvnct that ivm Urra a mynah fret Anil a iiinxhlny that anothrr Iwgrla Ami a imrviirM of ton ai a baby h pure Ami turenvxol faith lu the chlMrvn are sure ml a glory of love Iwlurell hunbanil and wile And a unrr and htiler outlook on life All on account of the baby Reduced to FIFTY CENTS A YEAR New Idea- Womans MagazineT Ftrmcrlr OneDollar O and best now be fore the American public Itshowa New Ideas In Fashions In Millinery In Embroidery In Cooking In Womans Work and In Reading beautifully Illustrated In colors and In black and white Above all It shows the very fashionable New STYLES made from New TERNs which cot only lOc each Send Five Cents Today forilncl eopycf the IDIA WOMAN and use whit grist vtlu for Ihl money It can give you TiE NEW IDEA FUBLIBHIHO CO ere nrudway New Task K T TO SAVE 1IKK CIIIMI From frightful disfigurement Mrs Nannin Galloger of Ln Grange Ga applied Buckleus Arnica Salvo to great sores on trot head and face and writes its quick euro exceeded nil her hopes It works wonders in Sores Bruises Skin Eruptions Cuts Burns Scalds and Tiles 25c Cure guaranteed by all drugstores f I NINNININ111NNINNIIININ111INIINNNTHE I NNNNNN N11NN1N NN 111 THE FORGOTTEN CHILDREN Any civilization is ns wenk ns its weakest putt iptcially n deiuocnilic civilization So long ns them are untrniniHl masses in n democracy the wholo fabric of safety is weak nntl it nmy nt nny turn ofnfTnirsbuuiulanger vd Mnuy educational iiifililutions ns there tire it is yet trim that vast mnssus of thin pooplo inillioiiH nnd millions of tliom Imvu no opportunity to IM trained Rspcciiilly is this true in rural coimmiiiituw and morn i sp oially III the rural oommunttifH of tho Southum Slates Thn children of these conitnunitios nro yet neglect txl They nro the forgotten people It iscompanttivdy IittlellllportRllco to society that n row thotiHiintl young co1lcgtllIlncntloll lire of its great natural capacity are rvcoivlng no training at till Thin best method of hulping toward tho build fug tip of thin people then is to help thin devulopmont of tie public ftchool system In mIry community whore it is not already mle iiintoly developed The inviMtmont of htindro b of mil lions of dollars in latter eounlry schoolhouses in their uipint ntniul in better teachers HO that the rural public school may IKVOIIIO the inont ellicicnt instrument for trnining hand mid mind thnt hUN ever lIMn devln l this is thn task thnt itwnits Htntra men ale liilimthropintn There is no other task that can for n moment Iw iotnpnred with it in itn ortniico Uu WALTKII U lmintho VnrliC Work fie adaptation of wlticntlon to n scientific ago does not involve the conttvttnstowhetherHcioucnorclMsictt Illll1pNRil for both are iutllHH nsa hit to true national if not individual education lho runt qutrstion is whether schools will titulertnkn the duty of moulding the minds of lays according to their montnl vitrlftlc Tim study of nature nmy Hoinetiuitvt quicken dill minds which the ohisnips Imvo failinl to nmuse IKIM Cues W DAHNUV Beauty is nn incentive to goalor lor This is n good reiiHon why munio mil drawing urn helpful in richools iVhen our surrountllngs nro n jHtl torePondmnmlves This was meant by the Troy who mittlehnved on Sunday and DQeret for his exctisu that ho lad on ivory day clothes and lid not know hurt hn wn existed to Ixihuvo UAUTON II HVANN in Snutlwrii Kiln iitiunal Journal Tile Citizen FIFTY CENTS A YEAR 111THE FARM N ININ N IN11N I11 IHIN N N 111I I N SUMMER HAY CROPS Millet and Hungarian Crass May Ba Seeded this Month hen the hay crop is short and ralim Penh surly in July the farmer has then mi excellent opportunity to rmiporatn his loss by Hooding millet or lliiuKariiiu grass May is more suitable hut when the ground has boon wwll Hnturntod with moisture ns wits the else In Juno with warm weather to follow fifth llunurmn KniHH gull millet will now innku rapid grq with awl venture Millot is mowod when lit tsilends are forming but llun arinn fnlKrt produces several onttiiiKs IlmiKimnii grass July is highly relished by horses ns well as Iroiiif very netoptnblo to cattle Tho frequent wowing of the Hungarian fjnws completely cleans thin Held of wiHxls but urea if tho mower did not accomplish stick result tho vigorous growth made by the plants crowds out tho weeds oomplotoly Tho html for both rope should 1st woll prepar itd and tho seed broadcasted mail brtishetl in Tho Inr ent yields of ttay are secured on fertile soils but either crop may tue thrown on light or lumvy soils Manure always given good reMtilts as tint crojw iwiilni plant fast in nbiindanco to inaku tho lest growth but iieveithel5w good yields Imvo IHHMI HOttired by stMsling on wheat httibblo Millet smith Hun gariuu grins nro summer ITOJIH and art soou out of the way ntt u crop of hay can bo hind mom ousily und iiiticti qtiiekor than front anything else grown for hay liven corn tloort not give n crop of fodder in such short timo as tho millet or Hungarian grass really n millet also Quo ode vuntngo with these crops is that they need not mature ns they could lw inowwl nt itny timo should froth threaten them In fact they should not allowed to produce sets l at till but tin neanr to thin stHnling ntaga the mulct IJilt tho larger the yield w it differs from Hungnrinn grass in iHMiig trowel only onco luring till sermon KnrmeiN who cannot grow hay on light soils or those whf rut hay Imp were short thin stuison should tint overlook bless two valuable crops which 1111n plnco on the farm hi minuter which cannot easily I inpplieil by nay other crop To prepare for turnips tho land Mould itt plowtsl Ow p Some stay lUpiMwe that tho turnips will growIintlor any contlitions ovon when tilt oil Is plowed but n few inches limit ho fact is that ho turnip sends its roots dwp into time ground amid Is a gross fKslnr When tnrnipi sift plow tocl under they return n largo amount or fertilizing material to thin surface Moil that in fiMMired lower down than Itho plow reachw RIPANrSFor paniiHl with n hacking ought IIt times miirenxl from oxtremu nervous prostrntion About four years ngo I began taking humus Tubules nnd since then I have used thou pretty constantly I ntrely retire nt night without taking my Tnbulu nnd I find they keep III ligiwtivu organs which naturally are weak in good order meal thoy also inlay my loudftMicy to nervousnesfl null nmko mo sloop AT DRUGGISTS- The five cent packet is enough for an ordinary occasion The family bottle six ty cents contains a supply for a yeari BEREA COLLEGE IIlS66 Places the Best Education in Reach of AlliOver HO Toucliorrv 800 Slaloms from UU Htuton Liirgost Gollojco Library lii Kentucky NO 8ALUONH- Triido HchoolH Cnrtwntry Printing Housework Nursing two years Model Schools General Education amid fitting for advanced calluses For those sufficiently advanced to get a teacher certificate JApplied Hclouco Two years course with Agriculture for young men and Domestic Science for young ladies Normal Courao Two yonrs with practice teaching Acudomy CoursoFour years fitting for College for business out College Courso Literary Scientific Classical for life MiiHlo Rood Organ Choral froo Vocal Piano Theory We are hero to all who will help themselves toward n Christian odu cation Our instruction is H Iron gift Students pay small incidental foe to meet expenses of tho school apart from instruction and must also pay Pfor Iward in advance Expenses for term 12 weoks21 tolJ of which 11 to 21 must bo paid when the student outers The school is endorsed by Baptists Cougregationalist Disciples Method iris Presbyterians and good people of all denominations For Information and friendly advice address the Secretary WILL O GAMBLE Dare Madlaou Co K f II I CITIZENFlI THE ALL OVER THE HOUSE ITo Remove Point From Glass With out Scratching the Surface If you use any compound contain inj gritty matter you nro npt to scratch the glnss Any hard tool such aa n knife blade might also produce scratches Tho host way to oproceed is to niaktf use of some sot upon the nature of the paint Turpentine and kero sane used separately or combined can bo employed and you will find the paint becomes soft in a few min utes after application Then use a woolen cloth saturated with the sol vent and you will probably find you rill have no trouble in removing tho applyIuse a picco of brass filed to a edge If a dull stain or shurpI mains upon tho glass specks were use putty powder and water upon a piece of cotton flannel uIIIIII little rubbing will cause tho surface of the glass to have u bril liant appearance IHints to Housekeepers to bo oilorcd at an afternoon tea should not bo butter I i d or bo spread with time filling mix turn quite to the edge of tho bread This is save the gloves of those who will handle them The old fashioned green and black calico has been revived as a cotton and is especially artistic as the Lacking of a portiere 010 of the latter of rich dark green corduroy was clTectively lined with lime calico Never allow fresh meat to remain in paper rho paper absorbs the juicesYou may avoid tho unpleasantness to the eve when lcoJintonlon8 by sitting fn a draft open window or door whiledoing it Holding the onions in cold wa 5 tor while peeling them will uccoin plied the same result To make paper stick to n wall j that has been whitewashed wash time wall in vinegar or salcratus water When an egg is partially froien heat the yolk separately before add I lug the white Handy Bones Housekeeper would find it very convenient to have a neatly covered box in each room in which to keep the towel bed linen etc Iwlonging to that room It should be large enough to hold an extra pair of blankets or a comforter that might be found at a moment notice should the weather turn cold during the night It is economical too for by so doing the best bed linen is saved for tho guestroom and sheets which have been turned or patched may be used for tho children When t Uio housewife has more work than she knows how to do site is not always careful to select tho bedding which belongs to a particular room These boxes should be padded be fore tbuy are covered and then they form good seats but caro should bo taken that they are not too high Cleaning and Polishing Compound Take of aqua ammonia one ounce I of prepared chalk oneeighth of an ounce mix and keep well corked To use for rings or other smooth surfaced jewelry wet a bit of cotton cloth with tho compound after shnk ing it and rub the article thoroughly then polish by rubbing with n silk handkerchief or a piece of chamois skin For articles which are rough surfaced use a suitable brush It is applicable for gold sil s ver brass plated goods etc Register Pad To keep dust from coming up tho registers when the furnace is being l shaken make a pod of cloth to which the dust will adhere Canton flan nol is good but old underwear will I do equally well Make tho pads thick antI n trifle larger than the register put in wadding and tuck r as you do comforters They should f be quite heavy These can be sunk en each day and washed occasional ly A good substitute is several thicknesses of slightly dampened newspapers Novel Wash Lists Pretty old inventions are our modern wash lists The old German housewife had an odd way of kciVjU fug track of the garments she gave out to bo washed She had n pic turo of each article and wrote down t olllositoIa was rubbed out when time article was returned to be used again the next week It was really u pictorial and perpetual wash list A Nice Breakfast Relish Cut a quarter of n pound of cheese n thin slices JUt in a frying pan nd turn over it a cupful of sweet J nilk add a good pinch ends of salt epper and dry mustard and a piece L butter half the size of an egg ir time mixture constantly toll ursoda crackers very fine and irinkle in gradually then turn into warm disband serve at once 1 r WHAT A TALK IT Tmt1 If that mirror of yours shows n wretpluxl sallow complexion n jaui diced look moth patches end blotches on tho skin its liver trouble hut Dr Kings Now Life Pills regulate the liver purify tho blood give clear skin rosy cheeks rich complexion Only Wic at all drugstores 111N111111111011110111i Black it l t Ir Rockg By RALPH CONNORf rl 0 i rliIF0 Q- T1111N111NNN111NNN And this Kcrimtl milllcliiit proof lint noiiiithlUK won HerlouHly MTOIIK for she went on to iiilies tlnk more for tint loci baby unit for do wholt worl lies tlnk moro for tint baby duo for uic Hut site sliniR Kitl her pretty little shoulders In dvpru cation of her HjKecli You must pray for him paid sirs Mayor nnd nil will como right Ah inmlniui site roplkil onrnrstly every day every tiny I prny In salute Vlerno ft toiiH lea saint for him You muni pray to your 1utlier lu heaven for Win1- Ah oul wool prny dud Mrs Mayor sent her away bright with sautes and with new hope and courage In hlr heart She had very soon need of nil her courage for nt the works end her baby fell tlaiiKorounly III Slnvlnti mix lety fear were not relieved mud iy HIM reports thc men drought hln from time to time of GlOrlllcllllllllnou8 forulxxlliiKH for fJeortlli had no doubt that time verger of blood was hot upon Slnvlnn trail mid nn the sickness grew ho hwnnio conllrnird In throes con vlctlon While ho could not lie nald to II lid untlHfnctlon In Hlavliin linpotidlnt nltllctlon he could hardly hide hit coin plncviipy In the promptncnH of 1rovl tlcnce In vlndlcntlns hU theory of rotrl butlon limit Ooordlen coinplnconey was some what rudely hliockeil by Mr Cralj nnwrr to thin theory tine day You read your Illble to little profit It Booms to me Sisirtlle or iHrhnpa you have never rwul tho Mo8tcrn teaching about the tower of Klloam Itcttcr rend that amid take that warn lug to yourself rJfJeordle paced after Mr Craig as he turned away and muttered The lour o KltoHiu In It Aye I ken fine ulwot the toor o Sllonni an about the tour o llabol nil wee an Ive rend too nlxtut the blnHpheomtoun llcrotl nu Die like Mon but Lies n hot hctdrtl laildle an locks dlxcrccineenn lout What about Herod Gconller I nuked Aboot Jtorodr with n strong tinge of contempt In his tone About Herod Mon line yo no read In the Scrcep turs nboot beret tin tho wurriim in time wniuvo Lilnr Oh yes I see I hastened to any ewer Aye n fulo can see what Happed In his face with which bit of pro verbial philosophy ho suddenly left uie Hut Ceonllo thenceforth content ed himself in Mr Craig prenenee nt least with ominous head KlmkliiKH eiinally iicgravatlnc and Impossible to nniwer Tint Bilme night however Gcordlo ihowttl Unit with till his theories ho had n mans true heart fur he come iu haute to Mw Mayor to say Yell lw needed ower yonder 1iu thlnklnVhy Is tliu baby worse Have you been Nn na replied Geordie cautiously Ill no iraiu where Im no wanted but you pulr thins ye can hear outside wetpin nu nioanlu Shell inayhu need ye tae he went on dubiously to me Yore n kin o doctor I hear not committing liiai suit to any opinion ua to my profession nl value Hut Slavlu would have none of me having sot the doctor sober enough to prescribe The Interest of the camp in Slavln ran greatly Increased by tho Illness of his baby which was to him as the ap pie of his eye There were a few who Impressed by Geordlcs profound cou Dictions upon the matte were Inclined to favor the retribution theory and con nect the babys illness with the veiiKC unco of time AlmlKUty Among these few was Slavln himself amid goaded Ity his remorseful terrors he sought re lief in drink Hut this brought him only deeper amid Mercer gloom so that between her Buffering child annul her savagely despairing husband the poor smother was desperate with terror and grief Ah nindame she sobbed to Mrs Mayor hay heart is broke for him lies Steel noting for tree days but jut Jrccnlc drcenk dreenk The next day a ran came for me In haste Tho baby was dying and tho doctor was drunk I found time little one In n convulsion lying across Mrs Mayors knees the mother kneeling be side It wringing her hands In dumb agony and Slavln standing near silent amid suffering I glanced at time bottle if medicine upon time tnblo nnd asked Mrs Mayor tho dose and found tho baby had been poisoned My look of horror told Slavlu something was wrong and striding to me ho caught tnv arm and asked yes searching his face An Michael toot limit Craig only replied All who love him Ah Michael you must pray le bout JeHii lies game noire tnlgnon And then she bent over tilt babe whisper lug Ah rams churl moil amour ndliii ell inon angel till Slavln put Ills nrins about her nnd took her nwny for nn she was whispering her farewells her baby with a little answering sigh passed Into the house with many rooms Whisht Annette darling dont fry for the baby said her husband Sure Its hotter our thou the rest of us It Is dud didnt you hoar what time minister said about the beautiful place It Is AI milluRun n mother cannot be oinfortcd for her llrnthorn Ion An hour later Nixon brought Father Conlit lie tine n little Irunchinaii with gentle manners and the face of n mint Craig welcomed him warmly and told him whnt ho hind done That Is good lilY brother he said with gentle courtesy anti turning to time mother Your little one Is wife Hchlnd Father Goulrt ranm Nixon softly and gazed down upon time little quiet face beautiful with time magic of death Slavln came quietly and Htood beside him Nixon turned and offered his hand but Slavln moving slowly hack salt did you n wrong Nixon nnd Its n sorry iniiii I am this tiny for It Iiont say n word Slavln answer itl Nixon hurriedly I know how you feel Ive got n baby too I stint to sec It ngnln runts why the brook hurt sots Gals above replied Sin Var npftly Ill hinder you no more They shook hands and we passed out WI laid the baby under the plots not for from Hilly Hreon nod the sweet spring wind blew through the gap nnd onmo softly down the valley whisper bog to the pines mind the grass and time hiding lowers of the new life coming to the world And the mother must have heard tin whisper In her heart for as the priest was saying the words tit the service tube stood with Mrs Ma vors arms nlxnit her and her COI were looking fur nwny beyond time pur pie mountain tops seeing what made her smile tad Slavln too looked tilt ferent Ills very features seemed finer The coarsen was gone out of Ids face What had como to him I could not tell Hut whoa life doctor panic lute SIn Tins house tint night It was the old Sliivlu I saw but with n look of such deadly fury on his fare that I tried to get the doctor out at once Hut bur was half drunk tutu his manner was hid eously humorous How do Indies How do gentle ttteuY wits hut loud voiced mlutntlon Quito n professional gathering clergy predominating Lion mil Imnb tool Ha ha Which is the lamb oh Hn hint Very good Awfully sorry to hear of your lots Mrs Sluvln DidI our best you know cant help this sort of thing Hefore any one could move Craig was nt his side and Kiylng In n clear llrm voice Ono moment doctorI caught him by the and hind him out of the room before he knew It Klavln who had been crouching In his chair with hands twitching and eyes glaring rose and followed still crouching as ho walked I hurried after him calling Ids back Turning nt my voice the doctor saw Slavln approaching There was some thing so terrifying in Ids swift noise less crouching motion that tho doctor crying out In fear Keep him uffr fairly turned and fled Ho was too Inte IIke n tiger Slavin leaped upon him nnd without waiting to strike had him by time throat with both hands and bemiring him to the ground worried him there as n dog might n catI- mmediately Craig and I were upon him but though wo lifted him clear off the ground we ennui not loosen that two handed strangling grip As we were Ktrnggllng there n light hand touched my shoulder It was Father Goulet Please let him go and stand awny from us hesaid waving us back We obeyed Ho leaned over Slavln and spoko n few words to him Slavln started as If struck a heavy- blow lookout up nt the priest with fear In his filet but still keeping his grip Iet him go said tho priest Slavln hesitated Let hint got Quick said the priest again and Slavln with n snarl let go his told nnd stood sullenly facing time priestFather Goulet regarded him steadily for some seconds and then asked What would you doT leis voice was genlle enough even sweet but there was something In it that chilled lilY marrow What would you do ho repeated Ho murdered my child growled vlmi A hi How lie rums drunk and poisoned him Ah Who gave him drink Who made him n drunkard two years ago Who has wrecked his life There was no answer amid the even toned voice went relentlessly on Who Is time murderer of your child now Slavlu groaned and shuddered Gull And the voice grew stern Repeat of your sib and add not an other Slavln turned his eyes upon the mo tionless figure on the ground amid then upon time priest Father Goulet took one step toward him nUll stretching out his hand amid minting with his linger salt Slavlu slowly backed away and went lute his house It wns an ex traordinary scene and It is often with aic now tho dark figure on the ground the slight erect form of the priest with 1 xitKlreteliea arm and flnger and Sin tIll backing awaj fear und fury strug Tiling In his face It tens n near thing for time doctor however nnd two minutes more lit that grip would have done for htm As It wns we had the greatest clllnVul ty In reviving him What tin priest did with Slavln nft er getting him Inside I know notthat has always been n mystery to mebut when wo were passing the saloon that night mutter taking Mrs Mayor homi we saw a light and heard strange sounds within Entering we fount another whisky raid In progress Kin vln himself being the raider We slant sonic moments watching him knocklm In the heads of casks and emptyln bottles I thought he hail gone mat and approached him cautiously Hello Slavln I called out hatdopH this mean He panwtl ha his strange work and I saw that his face though resolute wits quiet enough It menu Im done with time husl newt I nm he said in n determine voice Ill help no more to kill any man or In n lower tone filmy mans baby The priests words hal struck home Thank God Slavln said Craig of ferlng his hued You are much too goodu man for time business Good or bad Im done with It he replied gulag on with Ids work You urn throwing nwny good mon oy Sin III I said as the head of n cask crashed in Its myself that knows it for the price of whisky has gone up In town this week he answered giving me u look out of time corner of ids eye liedad It wim n rare clever idlyrefer ring to our HIaek Hock hotel affair limit wont you be sorry fur this nuked Craig Hellke I will and thats why Iu doing It before Im sorry for it he re piled with a delightful hull Look here Slavln shld Craig oar nestly If I can be of use to you In anyway fount on me Its good to me the both of you have been and Ill not forget it to you he replied with like earnestness As we told Mrs Mayor that night for Craig thought It too good to keep her eyes swmed to grow drier amid time light In them to glow more Intens she listened to Craig pouring out his tale Then she gave him her ham and said Yon have your than ut last What oimlimT TIll man you have been wnltln for Klnvn Why IIOU I never thought of it No more did he or any of us Then after n pause she added gently lie has been sent to us Do you know I bellove you are right Craig said slowly and then add ed Hut you always are I femur not she answered but I thought she liked to hear his words The whole town was unfounded next morning when Slavlu went to work In the slues and UK astonishment only deepened as the days went on and he stuck to his work Hefore three weeks had gone the league mad bought ami remodeled the saloon and hail sluretl- 811ln ns resident manager Time evening of the reopening of Sin vlns saloon as it was Htlll called was long remembered In Hlack Hock It was time occasion of the first appear mice of the League Minstrel and Dra matte troupe In what was described as- a hair lifting tragedy with appropri ate musical selections Then there wns n grand supper with speeches anti great enthusiasm which reached Its climax when Nixon rose to propose the toaster the evening Our saloon Ills speech Wits simply n quiet wanly ac count of his long struggle with tho deadly enemy When he came to speak of his recent defend he said mid while I nm blamln no one hut myself I nm glad tonight this sa loon Is on our side for my own sake and fur the sake of those who havo been wnltln long to see me lint be fore I sit down I want to say that while I live I shall not forget that I owe my life to the man that look me that night to his own shack and put me In Ills own toed nnd met me next morntii with nn open hand for I tell you I had sworn to God that inornln would be my last Geordles speech was characteristic After n brief reference to time myste rious ways o Providence which he acknowledged he night sometimes hull to understand he wept on to express his unqualified approval of the new saloonIts a cozy place an theres mine sul phur about Hcsldes a that ho went on enthusiastically Itll be n terrible savin Ive julst been coontlu You bell ejaculated a voice with great emphasis Ive Julst been coontln went on Geordle Ignoring the remark nnd the laugh which followed all its nn nwfu like money ye pit owcr wi the whnsky Ye see ye canon tine wl mine bit glass Ye maun hue twit or three at time verm least for Its no vcrra forrlt ye get wl ane glass limit wl you coffee ye julst get a saxpence worth au ye want nne nmlr There was another shout of laughter which puzzled Geordle much tl dlnna see the Jowk but Ive slip pit over In whusky malr nor n tanner dollars Then he paused looking Lard before hint and twisting his face into extraor dinary shapes till tho men looked at him In wonder Im rale glad o this saloon but Its iiwer late for tho lad that canon bo tielptt the noo Hell not be ncedln help o ours I loot hut there are ITS And he stopped abruptly und sat down with no tipplause following Hut when Slavln our saloon keeper rose to reply the men Jumped up on the seats and yelled till they could yell no more Slavlu stood evidently iu trotiiile with Tflinseir ana finally broke oul Its speechless I ara entirely Whats come to me I know not nor how Its come but Ill do my best for you Ami thou time yelling broke out again I did not yell myself I was too busy watching the varying lights In Mrs Ma vorH eyes as she looked from Craig to the yelling men on the benches and ta bles and then to Sin vln and I found myself wondering It she knew what It was that came to Slavin- ChIAPTER XI TimE TWO CALLS IWITH the call to Mr Craig 1 fancy I had something to do myself The cull came from n young congregation In an eastern city and wait based partly upon ids college record and more upon time advice of those among the authorities wino knew hits work In the mountains nut I flatter myself that my letters to friends who were of Importance In that congregation were not without inllu once for I was of the mind that the man who could handle Black lock miners nn he could was ready for some thing larger titan a mountain mission Tint he would refUse I hind not 1m nglncd though I ought to have known him litter lIe was but little troublet over It lIe went with the call and the letters urging his acceptance to Mrs Mnvor I was putting the ist touches to souse of my work In the room at theIback of Mimi Mayors house when came In Slie read the letters and the call quietly timid waited for him to speak Well he said should I goIShe started and grew a little pale Ills question suggested a possibility that hail not occurred to her That he could leave his work In Hlack Hock she had hitherto never Imagined but there was other work and he was lit for good work anywhere Why should he not go I saw the fear In her face but I saw more than fear In her eyes as- tor a moment or two she let them rest upon Craigs face rend item story and I was not sorry for either of them Hut she was too much a woman to show her heart easily to the man she loved anus her voice was even and calm as she answered his questions this n very large congregation One of the finest In nil the came I put Iu for him It will be a great thing for Craig Craig was studying her curiously I think she noticed his eyes upon her for sue went on even more quietly It will be a great chance for work and you lire able for a larger sphere you know than poor Black Hock affords Who will take Black Hock be asked Let some other fellow have n try otI It I smith Why should you waste your talents here Waste cried Mrs Mayer Indig nantly Well bury If you like It better I repliedIt not take much of n grave fur that funeral said Craig smiling Oh said Mrs Mayor you will boa great man I know and perhaps you ought to go now Hut he answered coolly There are fifty urea wanting that eastern charge mind there Is only one wanting Black Hock and I dont think Muck Hock is anxious tor a change so I have de termined to stay where I am yet awhile Even my deep disgust and disappoint uncut did not prevent me from seeing the sudden leap of Joy In Mrs Mayors eyes but sine with u great effort an steered quietly Hlack Hock will be very glad and some of us very very glad Nothing could change his mind There was no one he knew who could take his place Just now and why should he quit his work It annoyed me consld entity to feel he was right Why is It that the right things are frequently unpleasant And if I land Lad any doubt about the matter next Sabbath evening would have removed it for the men came about him after the service and let him feel In their own way how much they approved his decision though the self sacrlllcc Involved did not appeal to them They were too truly western to Imagine that arm Inducements the cast could otTer could compensate for his loss of the west It was only titling that the west should have the best amid M the miners took almost as a mat ter of course and certainly as their right that the best man they knew should stay with them Hut there were those who knew how much of what most men consider worth while he had given up nUll they loved him no less for It- Mrs Mayors call was not so easily disposed of It came close upon the other nUll stirred lack Rock as noth ing else lead ever stirred it before I fount her one afternoon gazing va cantly nt sonic legal documents spread out before her on the table and evi dently overcome by their contents There was first a lawyers letter in forming her that by the death of her husbands father she had conic into the wlmole ot the Mayor estates and all the wealth pertaining thereto Time letter asked for instructions and urged nn immediate return with a view to a personal superintendence of the es tates A letter too from a distant cousin of her husband urged tier mime diate return lr ninny reasons but chiefly on account of the old mother who had been left alone with none nearer of kin than himself to care for her and cheer her old age Wllh these two came another letter front her motherinlaw herself The cribbed trembling characters were even moro eloquent than the words with which the letter closed I have lost my boy and now iny husband Is gone nnd I nm a lonely wo man I have inany servants mind some friends but none near to uie none so near and dear as my dead semis wife My days are not to be ninny COWl to me my daughter I want you and Lewis child Must I go she asked with white lipsDo you know her well l I nuked I saw her only once or ti+ lee site answered butt she has lien very good to me She can hardly need you She has friends And surely you are needed hereShe looked at me eagerly Do you think so she said Ask any man In the camp Shaw Nixon young Win tOil Geordlo Ask Craig I replied Yes he will tell me she said Even ns she spoke Craig came up the steps I passed Into my studio amid went on with lilY work for my days at Black Hock were getting few and many sketches remained to be filled In Through my open door I saw Mrs Mayor lay her letters before Mr Craig saying I have a call too They thought not of me TO BE Co 1TI WED- I AHTOUMIii TUB KIHTOIC Editor S A Brown of Benncttsvil Ie S C was once rIr s e l Through long suffering frontRiDyspepsia ho writes limy wife was greatly run down She had no strength or vigor and suffered great distress from hqr stomach but she tried Elec tric Bitters which helped her nt once and after using four bottles she is entirely well can eat anything Its a grand tonic and its gentle laxative qualities are splendid for torpid livver For Indigestion Loss of Appo tito Stomach nnd Liver troubles its- a positivp guaranteed cure Only Oc at all drugstores Necessary Expenses for Twelve Weeks School Icmoiii who board themfolven ran fpcml m much or little M they choose on living expenses Itpnyulo have a llltlo extra money forlect mire books unit oilier tlilugn nut the nmwary expense are only as follows To pay the first day now no tiniBHAIL HALL School f Incidental Fee I 60 f 60 Kx Fee 2S y6 peiixH 2 2 00 aboutf l on fuel 4 24 Pint Month Board S uu 5 Living171st i8termpenx ro Beginning bt Mo Board 6 00 b fie Beginning 3d Mo Boanl bee bpi 28 21 I Gcnl Deposit returned 100 lip Total Kxpeium 12 Weeks 27 CO 87 For those below A Grammar deduct tho tJ lor book and f from Incidental lee making the total only at5o Ilmore3eolfclassed below A Grammar Itoom and fuel roll one dollar more In the Winter term Two rooms for housekeeping with tove etc can usually be rented for from ft to 16 a term The price of a big calr a little lan hark or a few homespun bedcoven will given term of school which will change nuea whole life for the better A Weak Stomach Indigestion Is often caused by overeating An eminent authority says the harm done thus exceeds that trots the excessive use of alcohol Eat all the good tool you want but dont over 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 the stomachs aid This rest and the wholesome tonics Kodol contains soon restore health Dieting unneces nary Kodol quickly relieves the feel- Ing ol fulness and bloating from which some people suffer after meals Absolutely cures Indigestion Kodol Natures Tonic OOOhlcalOoT1Ienm Three Yearsiin Richmond And out of all the sots of tooth that have been made at my olhcc if there is ono set or sots that show any defects I will make a new set free We are mnkiuK tho best set of teeth in time world for 750 and if defects fihow in ivu years we give you a now sot fcoo This applies to all the teeth I have made or am going to make tho best alloy fills in tho world at 75 cents DR HOBSON Dentist II Permanently located in tho Hobsor Buildingnext door to Oov eminent Building Richmond Kentucky Reference Richmond National Bank Special Price to Students roiSOMNU THK SYSTKM It is through tho bowels that tho body is cleansed of impurities Con stipation keeps these poisons in the system causing headache dullness ullsightIyunless a remedy is applied DoWitts Little Early Risers prevent this trou ble by stimulating the liver and protmote easy healthy action of tho bow els These little pills do not act vio lently but by strengthening tho bowels enable them to perform thoir own work Never gripe or distress For sale by East End Drug Co 4THECITIZEN TO THE TEACHERS AND TRUSTEES 0 F MADISON COUNTY The Teachers Institute for whit I teachers will bo held during the wee beginning Monday July 28 1902 ant for colored teachers during jtbo week beginning Monday Aug 1 Every teacher of a common school including teachers of graded common schools in cities of tho fifth andsixth classes who hold a Slate diploma State certificate or County certificate shall attend the full session of the iiiKtituto five days not parts of days The law makes it tho duty of the County superintendent to revoke the certificate of auy teacher who shall fail or neglect to attend tho full sea sion of the institute unless tho super intoudout shall bo fully satisfied thai such failuro has been caused by ac tualsickness or other disability The teachers certificato can be revoked for failing to attend one day as well as for failing to attend at all None other than legal excuses will be ac cepted Trustees and all interested in I tho cause of education are requested attendIWM WAOERS County Supt I July 4190- REPAIR THAT LOOM iDercaCollege has secured market for homespun and home woven goods such as bed coverlids linen dress 1 linsey jeans blankets etc at following a prices Coverlids 4 to 56 Linen 10 to GO t cents a yard Dress Liusey riO cents yardIbarkiWhite linsey and white blankets are not in demand only on orders Coverlids must bo 2 yards 72 inches wide and 2J yards 90 inches long All dyes used must be old fashioned homemade dyes Any woman who wants to sell cover lids or homespun to Berea College should find out what tho College wants before beginning to weave or spin For information apply in per son or by letter to Mrs Hattie Graham Berea Ky InioK Fon SALEAbout 250000 firt class brick very hard Will sell all or part to suit purchaser The tt d brick may bo seen on my form noar Whites Station Address or callon Goo D White Richmond Ky or see man on the farm ACTS IMMKDIATKLY Colds are sometimes more trouble some in summer than in winter its so hard to keep from adding to them while cooling off after exercise One Minute Cough Cure cures at once immediatelySure and lung troubles For sale y East End Drug Co- THE MARKETSA- S BXrOBTJCD BY A 0 NORMAN CO CINCINNATI July 1- 6OATTLECommon225 3lri- I Butchers325 610- U Shippers825 70- 0CALyrsChoice650 6C0 U Largo CommonJJ00 40- 0HoesCommonr00 736 4 Fair 700 760- 1 Packing760 710 SHEEP Good to choice 310 3ml IQLAMBS 300 640 U Common to fairftfiO KB 325 WHEAT No 2 Red 82 82 CoRY 6G G6I OATSNo2 mixed r3 Gi UTENO 2 51 55 FLOUR Winter patent880 410 I fanoy355 r 370U Family305 Siiii MILL FEEn1900 2000 HAT No 1 Timothy 1325 131i- 0uNo 2U 11W t 1200 U Nol Clover 850 M 900 I No2U 800 850 WOOL medium combing 17 1 8 Washed long 1 22 J 2a Tub washed 23 tJ 21 POULTRY Heavyf eus 9j lri Roostersu fi Turkey hens 10 Ducks 7 EoosFresh near by 14Y VACATION HAYS Vacation time is here and the children are fairly living out of doors There could be no healthier place for them You need only to guard against tho accidents incidental to most open air sports No remedy equals Do Witts Witch Hazel Salvo for quickly stopping pain or removing danger o serious consequences For cuts scal and wounds 1 used De Witts Witch Hazel Salve for sores cuts and bruises says L B Johnson Swift Tex It is the best remedy on the market Sure cure for piles and skin diseases Beware counterfeits For sale b- East y End Drug Co 1J I rrJtltl J 111NN1NNININIIH1111111NIHINNN1N111 II LOCAL AND PERSONAL I BEST BREAD at Bicknoll i Earl B- Miss Ada Bess returned to Cinoin nati Monday Prof Ernest G Dodge is at home for his vacation Mr Tom Lackeyof Paint Lick was in town Monday Mrs Frank Coylo commenced her school at Wildio on Monday Samuel G Hanson took charge of 1the Berea Postollice Tuesday Sheriff Wagers will bo in Beroa to 26tWhen you ring up Central they think you want 2H Thats Welchs Little lies Willio G illOil is spend ing a few days with her grandmother Miss Sallio Barbee is teaching in Green county Her address is Creuus burg Iticr ARNOLD have tho largest and boat Ruled ion of straw hats in Rich mond Everybody is taking advantage of Welchs rebate system It is certain ly great The chango Judge Gay is miking on his house will be a decided im provement Welch is selling moro than two barrolsof sugar n lily and fruit jars until you can hardly rest Our stock is lull and complete nnd our prices are the lowest limes lARNOLD Richmond Ky Mr and Mrs T C Baker have ro turned from n visit to relatives nod friends around Iunolnand Brisafiold Tho new parsonage for the Second Church will be a conimqdious find neat building Work is progressing nicely Miss Van Home Miss Grace Lester and Gee WPow visited Miss Sallie Chrismin at her homo near Ianola Saturday and Sunday Covington it Banks of Richmond are making a big bid for trade in mens clothing Set their now ad vertisement on first page Mrs James has gone to spend a week with her niece Mrs Limo Baker of Lexington before returning to her homo in Holden Mo Mrs R B Wood font hats resigned her position at tho Colored Orphans Homo in Cincinnati and is now with a sick sister in Garrardcounty We are iu tho business to stay nnd want jour trade for Shoos limits nest Mens Furnishings Como and see us RICE ARNOLD Richmond Tho ReformDisciple church n t Bear Wallow Dreyfus will holdchil drons day services on tho first Sun day in September Basket dinner and all will bo welcome- If you need a new set of harness or a good saddle T J Molwrley ou Main street Richmond opposite tho Courthouse will give you the best bargain you can get anywhere In our serial Block Rook for this week there has been one column left out by an oversight Wo will print this weeks installment next week with the error corrected so those who are keeping their papers will have tho story complete Six quart tin pail 10 cents Three cakes tar soap f- iFoUrOU1lRRmeJlingRnlls1O All first quality goods at THE TEN CENT STORE unit door to postollice Richmond Ky Mrs Joel F Vaile of Denver Cl who was Miss Charlotte 1L White of Brookfield Mass andII teacher in Boron College many years ago died at her home in Denver July II Miss White married Prof Joel if YnileI who taught in Berea leaving 187J There is no mistake about Elder of Richmond being prepared to furnish you in Dry Goods mad Notions Boots and Shoos Carpet etc at prices that defy competition Elder is having n July Cost Salo now and you will do woll to go and see if ho has anything you wool WANTED5 YOUNG MEN from Madison County at once to prepare for positions in the Government ISor vice Railway Mail Clerks Letter Carriers Custom house and Depart mental Clerks etc Apply to Inter State Corros lust Cedar Rapids la fofthree years mad who was reported dead last winter wants to lot lac friends know that she is alive hut nearly blind She is staying with Mr mad Mrs Boggs in Possum Town out towards Wallacotou 3 JII t Py 1LL Messrs Golden and Flora marble cutters at Richmond havo purchased the shop and good will of time Madison Monumental Works of Richmond of J T Hamilton Golden Flora attend personally to time work and nro vouched for by any bank or any business house in liiohmnud LosrOn Thursday July 8 some whore on tho road between the Madison Todd farm and Borea or on tho road from Boron around the Little Horn or between Silver Crook bridge anti Hickory Plniiw schoolhouse a pair of hOld frame riding bow spectacles Finder please bring them to THE CITIZEN office and got reward 11N 11111 NN I N N N NIN 111 NI N N 1111 I r CORRESPONDEI INIIHNIINI NNNINNINNNNNNINN ROCKCASTLE COUNTY ROCKFORD Milton McGuiro and daughter Ethel of Crooked Creek visited J J Martin mill family Sunday Mis Vlrgio Martin visited her sister Mis Milton McGuire lust week Mask time little laughter of Mr mid Mrs Robert YiarH is quite sick Charles Holmau and little laughter IInlllo are on the sick listS D Johnson and family visited Mr J S Waddlo Saturday and SundayJlessrs J S Waddlo mill S D Johnson bought of Mr Hurt Ramsoy of Boren a lumber mill Price SKO Mr J H Kind red visited his daughter 11 rHoIt 1 Vista of this place Sunday CONWAY Jessn Dyke was in Riahtnond lust week JS Gadd was down from Kichmond last wlek1IrH J H Siginond hiss boon very seek but is bettor to day ploIll1aA 12 year old son of George Maiden stuck a rusty nail iu hU foot nomeUuio ago and in in a dangerous condition J J Berry of Dispuntnntn wnn a visitor at J H Sigmonds SnturduyII 11 Johnston was at homo from Iliuli month Saturday nnd S11udnyJfrs David Si mond of ueMrlliakory Grove hits picked carried to Conway and sold about 75 gallons of blaakbflrriee in two weeks Mrs Botfiey Ann Sig mon of force was the guest of J II Siginond her son FridayMrs Martha L Guinu of Scaffold Osuiti visited homo folks pure last weak A J Johnston was in Wiklio and Borea Friday Our school OOIUIH need here Monday tho Mill W It S K mond toaelierM H Jordan sold to Garrard county partiOH Monday seven 800 pound steers at lj cents Ed Smithof Ctirtorfivilla was hare SaturdayJaiites Wolfe of Clear Creek was hero Sunday U S Bore was near dying twine recontly with cramp colic to which ho is subject JACKSON COUNTY KERRY KNOB Those ou the sick list mire Mrs Daugherty Charles Mina timid Mrs W Jones all nro improving There are mOil at this place sent by the government to inspect the forests in regard to securing reservation lands Miss Mary J Baker has returned to Borea after n weeks visit among her friends in tho upper part of this county Henry Click lost n horse last week Miss Ollie nud Fmuk Halflold are visiting at Drip Rock Mrs Gran Hays is visiting nt McKee MASON COUNTY MAYSVILLE Misses Clara and Mitinioi Talbott Imo returned from Willxirforce where they have been attending collpgc Sirs Juila Williams who was stricken with paralysis n few days rgo was recovoring nt last no count Miss Mamie Harris of East Fifth St hits returned homo after quite a successful term at Fi ko Uni versity Nashville Toiin Quite a number of persons wont on the ex cursion to Lexington ThursdayMiss IJtholeno Humphreys of Mayslick is visiting Mrs Mario J Taylor of E Fourth Street The religious con cert given nt the M E church Sun day evening was woll rendered and every ono pleased It is rumored that Prof T A Reid will preach end teach at Mayslick for the ensuing yearTie Maysvillo boys have organized a baceball nine Wo are waiting patiently to see some of their playing GARRARD COUNTY PAINT LICK Farmers aro needing rain Har mauMotcalfoofjBoroa visited Clifford Wostrmind family have been visiting at pastrweokW W Brock mOil Secretary of tho Students department of the Y M C A visited our Y M C A Sunday and gave us a very inspiring rk Tk Ar 0 address on tho Importance of being faithful to duty OWSLEY COUNTYe OABBARD The weather has boon very hot fur a weekFarmors are harvesting thoir oats which prove to ho goodMorn dith Gubbard was nt BoonovilU Thursday on hUllinetsU B Cjurl of Boouovillo pnssml through hero Thursday on his way to Courtland W T Issues of Egypt Jackson county was hero Thursday nUll Fri dayTmm CITIZEN huts moro ronden at Gnbbanl tliiui any other paper Dowor thin little boy of Mr mill Mrs A Davidson of Kvorsolo died last Friday Hurry ISvorsolo of London vassal through hero lust Sunday on his way homo from Leslie county whore ho had boon to attend court There will bo an election hull on the 1th day of August to nominate n candidate for Congress for thuI eloventh congressional dintricL cent Brtoring Edwunl Parker and D G Colnoti nro tho candidates PERRY COUNTY HOLLIDAYIRov Mr Spiingi Cluj county espoots to Irald n ton lays meeting at Dwarf com menuing July GHo Mr Combs prenchra nt OfitpiflY cclioolbouso Fri dayMiss Sallie Grigslo sister ol G B GriRBloy will teach thin Holli day school G B Grigslny will teach his homo schoolS P GriRHloy wits guest nt till homo of II H liohlida- ySnudnyTlidrrCumhtof llimhiwiii visited Mixs Elton Hollidny Sumluy IronpectH are good for a now railroad huroJRlnl Gols y aril Jns Napier are hook from riiniiiug staves on the recent title Mrs Katie Htehie of Clear Creek in visiting her daugh ter in RrttilliUt oollutyA rommuj has beau biiyinic mineral lands in this region David G Colson awl liXlwunl Parker RHiKlidatM forth Ileptibliean noiiiitintbii to the Iegisiature from the wler utlidmtriol i pkeat Manone Creek Salunlay and At Haxard Mon dnyMucw Eliza and Elizabeth Feltner Art visiting their sister in Braathitt B H Hollidny is ooufln ed to his boil iota rlioiunntism COLLEGE ITEMS Parry Shrock bAA boon representing the College iu the North flONljHnmud Maine with the hunting family nt Deer 1181 MUMM otlwollallll Judd nmilo u little tour through HOakoastUt county last week Miaa Almy linn boon ooniplntoly re itored to health Hor many Heron rioudfl rojoico with her Mm Hill assisted at tho Hockivintln county iiiHlituto conduuted liy Profs Marsh nnd Dinamoro Mlffl McKee has boon visiting Miss Oftborno in Iniuesvlllo O Horonlly shin entertained Moswre Shrook and Stratton Slnnloy Frost luis been putting in most of his mention making much uuoded surveys on tho College forest ry trnolfl Prof Ernest Dodge B C im is spending leis vacation hero Last Sunday ho alls tiltC1 in the open air meeting with hia horn Mr Horton and family have nrriv al from Boston They will reside on Center street Mr Horton will touch in lime in chnuicnl department Sec Gamble is homo Ho viRiUni tho evnngolist Rov A E Thomson at Lorain 0wont ou to Moodys school nt North old Mass and re turned via Chautauqua N Y Last week tho Misses Todd gave a delightful briiHlipnrly At night n briiRhpilo plundered from Prof JOIIOH yard was lighted wad sonic groat grosses of marsh mallows were roasted Profs Mnrnh and Raymond and Sec Gamble will conduct time teachers institute nt Hydon Leslie county niVzt week Prof Raymond amid Mr Lewis nre at Liberty Casey county Instituto this wool LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAILROADT- ime Table In Effect July I 1902 filling North Trnln II wally Leave I3ereaII zm n in Arrive Richm ond12 lOa m Arrive Paris 815 p in Arrive Cincinnati 0 00 p in- Trnlnfilling Hmilli I Dally Leave Bara 122 p 111 Arrive Livingston 2 18p in J W Stephens Ticket Agont I c J as1aYa-wardwho I t I 1 11x hpw mt I n 1 11a- wt4at41 h 1 ihtl4 ito Ii ltll nf P m nr cIN- ATbwlib 1r in9n1p44- i I Cf LLB rh01II u 11ns IW0 lIu aro n nI 10 tr cLPi vw P 1 111Hrt MI a a l a1 nInHOI U r I Y MIW- lau 01 DR FENNERSI KIDNEY iln- dBackache EllCiAdltr Dont a- arrerye Itiiaryrltelkienn r u p nt aAaleaawltwtinFree- Ywr ruiii ewHMB ji kin IUIInel Hwkarlie Cnr ten and two very ca aUauall ear ertrn men III p wl yrnr whom the t4 uir t Mao liven up J L ffTILL A CO Wi IUtHl la IkurritIII1 Ask t1 A Ikt FrH OIYIIUO UANbilFMiMr fKr ul1f 6O YCAR3 ExarnlaCuTa 1n1 hr ort + ataA 11 It e iyvl a wr r I I4H Mr41I1 Hn 1 IIu 1 Lill raw rv eienry iw tw onr ri 1r H a R r4 4I I4 ul lhf W ti Scientia JfmcricaiL- ha Aiftar vA rT 1i11 wlr isrl tt kMtwll f l f rmM li TMM tl Ial II nwa- iTiIiIN CoTUletaaawi K8WY6K wrro r at + I Longair I IAIIIAbout a year ego my hair coming out very fast so 1 bought a bottle of Ayer Hair Vigor It stopped the fallint and made my hair crow very until now Is 45 Inch n ttnllbMra A Uoydtton Atchison Theres another hunger than that of the stomach Hair hunger for instance Hungry hair needs food vigorAyersThis Ayers Hair Vigor always restores color and makes the hair grow long and heavy IM a buNk AUII If your druRwi nltnIpty you Mnd tin OM h IMr mill a win rprr4yim a bottip ikutand t eISanane- of your acrat IK rrru ttffrf A iMrn A 1ma 10 lnnllMaw rytu laaeuxerwaT 1tI This will save your Lifo By Inducing to uao Dr1KiagsNow DiscoveryC- onsiimptionrCoughs and Colds CurolNOgist will warrant it- ADGOLUTELY CURES BronchltlaWhooping Affection of two Throat and Lungs TRIAL BOTTL28 FREE Regular SUM jCI eutm and SLOA MOrilrIt AIWAYH KlilUSIT IIANDV My mother Butrre 11 long timo from distrosHinf pains and yonoral ill health duo primarily to indlgmtion says L W Spalding Verona Mo Two years ago I got her to try Ko dol Sho grow hotter nt onco null now at time age sovontysix oats anything sho wants remarking that she fears DO had ofTocls as olio has hor bottle of Kodol handy Dont waste time doc toring symptoms Go lifter the cause If jour stomach is sound your health will ho good Kodol rests tho stomach and Etrongthons time body by digest ing your food It is iialuroH own tonic For sale by East End Drug Co IWi promptly obtain V n and Foreign IIChicago College of Dental Surgery IDeaYI ilptgtlat11Irorul Vahrnlfl1 In one r to mraplrf III pnnrw ot liwtruo lieu Iu Iniw it I mrgmmry tu rHtnr tim n nu4 miare 1 n cat eiiM will i rxjiiinM UafllrtTwrtjrltrt ItintiHl k II1t1kmtAN p V A Canvasser Wanted tesell PIUKTEHS INK n journal for IHhlfrtiliVrII puiilixliHl wiHkly at live dollars a year It itaehlstb- etieiemiCS and nrnctiw of AtlviTlmiiif ami IiI highly etteelnwl by tint rat + at- aucctsful Milvtiriii OrH in this country aux Omit 1Britain allowed Iihcmlcom Addrif t IIU STuns INK Ill aurore hlNrw Turk j Full SMH 41111 111IJ A K 4ly rotates an xp similar to that whioji lies ltapiMt i l in almoat every iifligbtiorliuoil iu the United tats w end lain snit toted alit retold by tkouMH l of others Ho MIIoIAht summer I hind mi attack of dysentery sad NirrhaMxl M Idea of CttanbcrMnri Colk ClioUm and DiarrhoM itwtwily which I used ae orditttf o directions sad with enUre I IT ttatiafaototy results The trmilrft MM coDtrolktl much qiiirbor than fortMr attaoka when I iinwl other ram di a Mr Kelly is a well nicitizen of HpudarwM X C Iorsali I bjr S K WELl Jim 1 HL rSUMMER 1 COOKING A- PLEASURE ljY r If you use the Ohio Steam Cooker with doors Saves Iud lnl or and food Cooks anything leather than MIII bo Bono in nny other WilY CoolII full dinner over one buruor or stove hole Moats vtgptablim puddings MIIICOH trend r- otc nil dons not flavor tho other Everything cooked to porfoo ion If you want to look at your dinner just opeu the door No burnt f fiiQars Door are utonm tight Jiiaruiituud Saves its cost In n short tulle Food cannot bo spoiled while cooking nor by waiting for tin folks to comaeylast the thing for winning fruit Prices from SI to SBW Lasts for yours Come and set ono at tin Citizen Office or writo to- JOHN DODWELL Borca Ky Agents wanted Good pity fiJCut this out nud take it to S E Welchs Drugstore and gut a hex of ClmniburlnbiH Stoinaoh it Liver Tnl4 lotsrllio bust physic Thoy also correct disorders of tho stomach Price 2bo I j r