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REV JOIN UODWELL Editor and Publisher nfrrrrl uI V Iett ffitt at term Ay nt umar ero aaaofIIOlrr IIVOL IV A Family BtfREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JULY 21 1902 Fifty cent a year NO rIIDEAS Boron College Ifnll Torin opens September 10 Ar your plans tiiiulu to enter school at Burea Vodnosdny September 101 How about that patch for turnipel You onii hnro ivo bolttr oondlliouH than wo now hero to get Our ground ready Christ told Iutnr to forgive until sivonty Union sovon anil yot tlipro nro BOIIW Christians who would hitro it tuna damned forever for ono sin TAKE NOTICE Bo euro you road Prof Rogers let her in test es awn It Is good Then if you can tarnish such names as ask ed for in the hMlur plmse wild thorn to Mrs Leant Fo Kmhroc Benm On Sntuliiy Dr Durgeea will punch lit tlm Tskernnole at 111 onTlio Beautiful Life of Chriat mid nt 7 SO p tn he will fire a SltHooptlooii Lc- otmtrThe Laval Flowing with Milk und Honey FROM THE WIDE WORLD An olHci l notification was kited in Ixiudon Friday thAt by the king cotHiunnd tint coronation will Ink e placo August 0 lUonuee of the Moisture in that at tiKpphrro Guru irrigHtioti in Egypt the fninoMs Sphinx iN seW to be rapidly orumMiog to piwwt- Tho KppnUio ol Iota has botu fortnHlly rwwyuiwil by the United States Great nritNin France Spain Swifscrland HnU Nieamgiia Costa km awl Guatemala ClaIR Barton Iwwl of the feed Crow eoefety taut bass iaviled by Prwfclwit Dim of Mexico to come to the City of Mexico HHI there ofgsuiia a branch of the society for lite republic IN OUR OWN COUNTRY An anrUMitalia chock wns felt st Mukwe N Y Friday Three Perrone Were killed br light ning lit MlllsUdt St ClAir county FrWay CltliConuaII anhwburg III sod IVorfaIH HIM the cwinlrr wir rounding were dstug fit by n rain ol 8 iircliM In 8 hours Friday Acqtirdiug to fret John J MoCook the trnnnw oust Ilio country moro 1000000 n your whllo they produce IWKIIIS lost their lire in n tornado nt lUlUiuoro Aid on Sun lily afternoon Hundreds of hotiKas Wore unroofedlend many trees III the parks uprootiHl Robert 11 linptist u color wl num of Onlwiiy N 1L has bent MB Chuck for LOOO to looker T Washington to found pormniifliit Mjliolnmliip a t Timkogoe Instinilti Hnptitt wss formerly 118110 in YirKinhi A terrible Hood ou tho Mlsslwlppl in doing fearful dninnfn to crops and properly from Keolcnk In youth to llunnilmlMo Tho loa to preeou limo iHmliiiMtflil to lie 9 000000 wh rt ry grout danger orbUll turtle r ilnmngo Tim COUHIIS Ilnrenu itwutd a hid lutiii Monday ahowiiiK that III tinre wore b7Otirt7 furiiiH in the o lure oonntry VHlnwl nt lfl07161M 2J7 Tlio nilim of fern iulplumuut- and nmahiiittry was 71J1261M ua if livo stock 51107S01in011mnldug n total value of farm property oil f2- 0nuooisas COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCK- Mra Maltio wife of forinor Adjutant Gnu Cllior died nt liar homo in LnnenBter Sunday til ht- Lnpsloy Howoll ngo 18 whimat tompting to board n tnitn nt hton Monday full and tho whvofsout him in two Tho Providence R 1 firm whie IIIIH tho contract with tho city of Lou cantor to burs for scour has cote moiiciKioponillons Tho L tt N Agent at Lanoflster WIIB nrrfltlld Monday for delivering n barrel of btMr in violation of tho Karris local option law IMm Ltioindn Sonroy mother of hoot H L Sonroy of Woo dittlnt tho homo 31 hot daugljtor Mrs L K Flanory Major OwHloy county Alon tiny 4 THE cITIZEN AN OPEN LETTER From Prof J R Rogers Wivnaoa CONN Juno 0 1002 JMitor The UtUxen At the RUg gefltion of President Frost I send rou n partial list of the scholars attending the spring and fall terms of the Her School in 18B8 hoping that onto of your roadera will bo able to aid in completing the lost Tho reroute of those terms taught in the spring by Mr and Mrs Rogers and in tho tall hJ tho some with tho addition of Mr and Mrs John 0 Hanson did not mil vivo the war anti it is desired if possible to obtain tho names of all those in school those sessions Ad ditional namos can be given to Mrs Laimi F Emhreo and will be thank fully received What memories do tluwo names rooall to those of us who wore their associates nnd wuntdinog ra havo sinou occurred Not n few of Ihoeevoiuflft so joyous theu have long since been silent in death Inomwof tlwfio thAt remain wbo studied in Hew then anti somewhat later the clmngm have boon surprising not to say startling They are Mattered from the Paoifle to the Atlantic and byetheir faithfulocv hue earned for tlmnMlveH au lionorabhi reputation and have been n blnaring to the world Sweet girlslro Iriit he and joyou hare heroin matron with many to rrUII and anil them blessed What Ot daya thorn werl cannot say more patientIstudy awl real yfertory The atmoa pbere was one of tweet delight with scarcely a ripple of trouble or sorrow We were all young and hoppy to gether and toe iKightorca of glad sod etger flCUllihllnr the dingy old whoolboMWj BO that it was brighter then if the wells had been deoorat d with the painting of the great nits tera I doubt not worn of you who rend there limw will lontemher with what abawlon wf na d to slog our songs gird how out of sohool hours we grubbed roots or far snorts often jumped tberojM and played a lbs ore sad other gnoHM Then too you mneiubi how we straggleil in the echootronwi with knotty problem till our hauls ached Aa I now in my minds eye glance over the rue tr abAlIlItIfttleave will some and not altonether team of sadueiw for mino have fought a good light and are sure of n glori Iaua toward I wish tie all mynolf wollas otlaiiH land all thete ysti trusted iiioto fully und fought more bravely and ben more grateful fo the ItleMiugH of those 8IIrlIIlId the Inter yeas but we will not dMf or give up but look forward to n moro glorious meeting than any in tofu jwst It has been a great dlsap poliitinojil to mo nut to visit Heron thiil spawn nod shako bands with old friends null rvjoicofn teoing the use comers twehure anti pupils and gront itnprovameutH iirogreMing rapidly Yours faithfully J A H bonus Partial List of iolratftra in Berea oht Malls Ballnrd7ersdrt Moore Ann Ifilian Boat Louisa Moore Mary Hest Mary Moore MooretJnmm Boalwright David Newton 1nrkerdWilliam Curr Ulix Rawliuge John Carr Meliaan Rawlinge Sid Cnrr Cntsius Rawliugs ItonfroYLhuue Denhum Morton Ruoker Miller u Denham Tandy Rueker Andrew J Elder William Ruoker William Elder Goorgo looker Laura Ifeo Nancy Uuokor Burritt Foo Agues Rueker Howard Foe Abraham Smith SmithhWilliam llnlitt Iranois Tompeo William Jonos Nostor Todd xidrWest Fnuuy Kourhy Margarnt West John Kinnard Jan 8 West Natty Kintmrd H Hong Kinnard WjJ1illlnsI Howard Maiipin Maok Maiipin B oolwillsllcoAlexander Mooro George Wright Gloucester Mooro Betty Wright 1ANNUAL STATE GUARD- ENCAMPMENT The annual State Guard Enonmp bent will be hold nt Mammoth Cave one of the worlds beginning July 30 and ending August 18 1002 It is purposed to mako this the most OIlOlllllpinput of this oucampment will be quito ux toniivo The railroads promise that the low est rules over given In tint Stale shall prevail during the entire Eocampmont apt that equally low rates will bo given for hotel and Cave feoe Thin opportunity to viait one of tho chief wonders of the American conti nent anti at small cost and especially during the Slate encampment ought not to bu Mamuolh Cave Is truly a wonder It lie near Groan River ISdmonsou ooiiuly and cooBints of an endless series of lofty chambers connected by long narrow Batteries uuproeed to vKteud in all their ramiflontioos to more thou 40 otiose Neat the entrance which is rrnnhodafter a descent of 10 feet ua groat antechamber 2X tout long 160 feet wkln and 60 feet high i hire have been found largo quantities of gigantio bones Prom the roof of some of tho chuuibdrH hunir rM iI=Irgiona of Lists Ilia waters of ibis usve are inhabited br a aIM eios of flahlit aolutely without eyes Mild one dInt ber te coueiderMi to he de irable as n reeidencu for consumptive to 8ryIwonder ot nature there will be the opportunity of boating fluhirg tad battling in Green River aluo the historfoI wituew the drills nod daily oaiop o of onr State Oneida- One wwk from today the EsoHuip meet opepa Make your plant wand go enjoy Hue outing TO BALL PLAYERS A friendly explanation acna uewe regarding toe grounds of be Col rloge Both Limvln Field and Ath1 tio Park are prirate property however it does not them to bt u edl in fact it to good for them But the College must control ita own property just an an iudiridual would This ans oinattmcie been forgotten or this ltaadbillrs on games oil College property without oron ColsCallognencourage and orn ormm sal No prorRllilYImb1ingorsmokI- lIg is permitted on College property IVirllta who want tho use of then 0 private grounds iihould see ono of tho following coin in itti who limn tho lotting of tho grounds in charge JeoIN I ANNOUNCEMENT Wo aro authorized to announce Goo D White of HicliniondnH onndi date for Ciruuit Clork of Modiwu county subject to the notion of tho Damooratio party We sro inutliodrod to announce Roy U White nti onudldato for Circuit Court Clerk in MndiBOti odiiuty sub jeut to tho notion of tho Democratic jmrty toa 01 Arthur Brown of DrodbooJn brklgo onrpoiiter worKiug ou Hound Atone river bridge tell to the ground and received probably fatal injuries At Fulton the temperance pooplu lUll thoroughly organized to secure the cloning of with odds in their favor that they will succeed forfna1areal idre4 TRADEMARKSu n rlleI Dont Use- Spectacl es Unless you need them and If you use them bo sumo thoy lit your needI4vill give thorough examination with the alwvo instrument PRIIE OP emcee which always indicates tho correct glassw to UEO II you dont need glassoe 1 will toll you TIA soi Optician and Jeweler Tviain Street Richmond Ky I am using u box of Chamberlains Stomach t Liver Tablets and fine them tho beet thing for my stomach I oyor usodstays T W liobmson Juntoe of the Peace Lbomis Mich These Tablets not only correct tile orders of tow stoumoji but regulate the liver and bowels They are easy to take nUll pleasant iuoifcct Prce 2f o per box Forsule by S E WBLOU 1 CENTRAL KENTUCKY AND MADISON MONUMENTAL f WORKS Il18itd fltonnp urns monu meats and tnarblu and grail iii work of all kinds Prices yovernwl by quality of ma terial Iriow reasonable Only first lase work done All work guaranteed GOLDEN FLORA RICHMOND Ky r 1CanlaaadCalltastreeUist- ays eTlllillt SUCIHCT IS OUT All Sadiovllle IYwas curious to learn the cause of the vast improve molt in the health of Mrs S P Whittnker who had for n long time endured untold Buffering from achrou io bronchial troublouWK all duo to Dr Kings Now Discovery writes her husband It completely cured her and also cured our little daugh tar of a severe attack ol Whooping Cough It positively cures Coughs Colds La Grippe Bronchitis all Throat and Lung troubles Guaran teed bottles 50o unit 100 Trial bot lies free at all drugstores q FOR HANDMADE FANCY WOODWORK in hats sunbonnets fancy baskets of all descriptions napkin rings in all colors Send your orders to MISSES M AD L CARTER IknnA KENTCCKT Prlne very rerrN able awl all work wellmute 5802 Summer complaint is unusually prevalent among children this season A welldeveloped case in the writers family was cured last weok by the timely use of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy one of the best patent medicines manufact ured and which is always kept ou hand nt the homo of yn scribe This IIH not intended as a tree puT for the company who dacot advertise with us but to benefit little sufferers who may not bo within easy access of n physician No family should be without abottlo of this medicine in tho house especially in summertime byI An Independent Weekly Devoted to the interests of TUB FARM A SCHOOL 60 CKNT8 A YEAR Paper Cotlivr penoup THE injure saloons grand Choice Collection of Mens Fine Shoes The Worldsbest brandaHANAN FLORSHEIM WALKOVER BOSTQN IAN BILf WELL Rod other select lines are shown in all styles awl slIM in our big stock Wo lit you right and sell you M lour u nay store in America Como and see Covington Banksftichnnnd Kentucky Outfittors for Men and Beyc RAVING THE LARGEST I will for the next CO days soil any saddle In the shop at 10 per oeut reduction A full linn of summer goods such as Buggy Dusters Sheets Straw Hats for Horses Jolt Jailers etc on hand Prices Low Quality guaranteed T J MOBERLY RICHMOND KY Successor to J T MoCllntook Main St Opposite Court House DR M E JONES Dentist tti MillineryStore Office Days Thursday Friday and Saturday of each weekI Speol l Notlcn In Oar KcMdcr Thk paper U oo file M Uw oAoe ol The Chi rwu ulrOcnw letMMM FMt Monroe sirrt muralfcdheat for n tour of inspection lid Ut twinR whlClrtantit thenIIOiouldI Our Wall Paper 1SADDLES RICE ARNOLD RICHMOND KY Shoes Gents Furnish W ings J agenlHinRichmond u MEAT MARKET I reopened the ket on Street Fresh Ioats1Dressed Poultry and Vcgctalits in Season M B RAMSBY Berea Ky THE VERY LATEST Go look around investigate the QUALITY null COME here we n largo assortment of Furniture upon which wo can save you money If wo have not what you want it is our specialty to get it quickly and we guarantee goods as represented GOCARTS OLD HICKOKY- For your lawn or porch It is comfortable attractive and will exposure to rain and sunshin- eUNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY Day Phone 73 Night Phone 47 66 HOME Hats have Main PRICE Then hero taint JO Sr JOPLIN I Richmond Ky I The Radcliffe u Shoe IIs the only JShoe in town LiuetrI BSGKNELL EARLoswooo- eoogtaomooaoooaoo t iDOSSeotlsaeaeea ti dd o i 0 DoUglas I II i imer Shoes They oy showing i you their goods I stateta +ccoaeooeees eoa O 040C o o 0 r THE CITIZEN nIRDERS OF DRINK SOME STATISTICS REGARDING CRIM IN THE UNITED STATES latter of Common KnotvlrdKF In11 tear lnlhrr JlalhtMr Ilcrnld Then 1eiv Unnrrcln Knil In Slurdrr AVlin the lrlnolinl Are Sober For several years past the Chlcng Tribune has annually published n ptntcincnt regarding crimes of vlolonci in the Uiiltetl States The method uSl1 In gathering those statistics is not un questionably accurate since as we un derstnnd it the report given Is uierel n summary of what the news dls patches bring to the olUce of the Trlb tine In the course of the year How ever says the Father Mathew Herald the figures lire valuable anti probablj approach nearer to authentic stalls tics than any others In existence According to the Tribunes figure there were In the United States durlni d the year 1001 S20 murders caused bj intoxicating drinks The incomplete ness of this statement Is manifest Inn moment when It is noticed that the list Includes MHO murders that are re corded ns the outcome of quarrels It is n matter of common kuowledgi that comparatively few quarrels bas- In murder where the principals of the qunrrcl are sober Ior some reason or other of late years there tins been ni extreme disinclination upon the part ot the newspapers to report drinks part in n murder ease Yet the Intelligent realer readily recognizes it in iiiimcr ous instances of fake ns nn Illustration n murder oc e curing In Chicago one Saturday night I Two men quarreled over a matter ol l F 7 One of them went out und was gone a few minutes returned and re newed his demand was refused nnd shot the othci luau Instantly killing J him and turning ran from the olllce i entered a saloon natal took a drink That that was not the first drink In the tragedy needs little confirmation hilt the published reports will record this- I as a crime due to a quarrel rather that due to drink Hut suppose that the figures of the Tribune were accurate and that only SJO people were murdered In the United States during the last year on account of Intoxicating liquors even with that the slowing would be that ns a people wo are allowing n well known preventable cause to deprive u large number of our fellow citizens of life and to carry grief anti suffering to a much greater number Even 820 murders stand as a clrirgo of appalling blackness against n people who will not take the needs sary steps for the removal of the cause thuuplu Is concerned that is the case It is true there are propositions for regula tion propositions for changing the methods by which drink Is sold proiw Hltions to Increase the revenue re ceived but each and all of such propo rtions otter not the slightest deviation from the one constant fact that the sale of intoxicating drink under any regulation by any method produces crime makes murder The surprising fact about It Is that the inglo Saxon race has known this for centuries Two hundred and fifty years ago Sir Matthew Hale then nu eminent Jurist of England said The places of Judicature which I have held In this kingdom have given me opportunity to observe the original cause of most of the enormities that have been committed for tho space of nearly twenty years and by close ob servation I have found that If the mur tiers and manslaughters the burglaries triad robberies the riots and tumults and other enormities that have trap loved In that time were divided Into live parts four of them have been the Issue and product of excessive drink ing nt taverns or alehouse meetings Murder touches us quickly enough sometimes But how long can the sa 4 loon spatter the blood of its crimes In the fans of Christian people with Im punity t Certainly there Is great reason why prohibitionists should Increase their IlIsI8teIlC and double the of their IlrollagalltlllI alcojwale period there bus been a steady Increase in the suicide rate As regards attempts to commit suicide there lIDS been u similar and even more decided Voluminous and convincing jstaUstlcal evidence proves these two points It Is likewise shown by Dr Tu thauts tables of occupational groups with a high rate of alcoholism that these groups furnish a relatively high lute of suicide The Drluk habit Menu Puiltire You urn more likely to fall in your career from acquiring the habit of 6driukhig titan from any or all the oth likely to assail you says Andrew Carnegie In his recent book You may yield to almost any other temptation und reform but from the Insane thirst for liquor escape Is almost 4impossible After n Million Fledge Superintendent E W Chapln of the Wnshlngtoiilan home who has au nounced his determination to secure u million temperance pledges In Chicago by means of n syndicate of lecturers has spent lads life In temperance work Hu Joined the Good Templar order ut fourteen and began lecturing before he was twenty Abstinence Rewarded President Schwab of the United States Steel corporation has given AI fred Hobson a laborer In his employ 200 as a reward for abstaining train liquor tor the past year 0 K r r- y 73 N 1 i RELIGIOUS THOUGHT Genii Gleaned From the Trnrhlnit at All nenomlnnllunx Tho most endearing Institution 011 earth is the church The Late Uev Dr T DeWitt Taluiage The SOUTH 3rrnt XINever did individual souls need the knowledge of Christ more than today Rev Dr Cadmuu Congrepitlonallst Brooklyn Till Spiritual YUlon Men of spiritual vision are not vl Blounry men Spirituality Is practical ltyltev Dr W W Ijuidruiti Hap tlst Atlanta Ua- Advnnrv of Clirlnllnilll The cause of Christianity Is going 011 from conquering to conquer Cud llvei and men believe It und lute blui Itev C J Hall Denver Slake Him llcllcp KIIIMVII If we would know Christ hotter wo mist make him better known to tlu world without Rev Dr Shaw Pres byterlan New York Icrnonnt Innnrncr Itrqalillr Despite the talk of money and moth ads there Is really but one way lit propagating the gospel and that Is bj the personal influence of souls saved Itev K C Moore Congregatlonullst Providence U I- rrncllcnlillllr of ItrllKlon For all the vocations today In our Industrial world religion Is practicable and the Lord Jesus Christ can he sere ed acceptably by all the people nil the week and at all times Kev W U Partridge Baptist Cincinnati The Stream or 1roxremi It is useless to force uiediieval Idea on a world that is reaping the bonctllt of modern thought The stream ot progress will not tow backward tll accommodate Impractical idealists Itev Dr Koseuian Hebrew Italtlmore Tilt TSurmerjr of the Soul Some people think only of the Imo mortality beyond the grave forgetting the life here and the fact that It will live forever In some ones memory This Is but a nursery where the bu man soul begins Kev Dr Edward A Blake Methodist Plttsburg Violation of Sabbath La- The man who violates the Sabbath law robs his nerves and muscles nnd brain cheats himself and gives to dis ease a mortgage on his entire physical state The nation which tins no Sub bath Is sure to go to pieces Itev W A Hunter Presbyterian Denver llntr Toward Children Cal Intends two things for children that they shall have his truth with the favorable Introduction of parental tom mendation and elucidation and further they shall have fullness of con sideration und opportunity Her M T Haw Methodist St Louis Sacred Dlicnity of Marring Xo teaching In our day and plucd Is more needed than that which recalls and emphasizes the sacrtd dignity of the marriage state and the weighty re sponsibilities and tender yet holy du ties and rewords it Involves Kev yea 1 Smith Catholic Sun Iruucisco- A World or Yonr Own Once feel Cods hand on your shoul Jer and you will forget the world and make a world of your own What oth ers enjoy will bu nothing to you and what you will find In your own path way when you are In the right relation to him Is suUlclent for you Ueorge II llepworth Cougregatiouallst Now York Saerednri of All Calling The man who sees clearly that he was born for a commercial life and de rotes himself to business the wan who makes the law his life work or medi cine or teaching or agriculture or car watering Is under us holy un obliga lon as I aID to make his calling u Will istry of sacrifice Dud service Itev Dr Frank U Kowley Baptist Boston Do the Iliiit You Can It Is only drudgery that makes lazy men while congenial work makes In ilustrious men In the old tunes It used to ie said that we must do certain things or take the consequences What I would have you do now Is just this do on faithfully doing the best you yuiauannot do more Kev F A LUucklcy Unitarian Philadelphia The Larcbane of Nobility It has been proved by 0000 years of history that tho only way to develop net to quicken the greatness in them to enlarge their minds and release the jientup perfumes of loveliness Is to expose them to conflict to trials dls appointments and anguish These uru tho prices paid for nobility Xo man nherlts nobility he purchases it with tears and anguish Kev Dr George C Lorimer Baptist New York The Divine Llcbt If there were men who had never seen awake during the day and had never once seen the sun or felt its ivurmth and if these men had come to doubt even tho existence of the sun their doubt and every trace of their gnosticism would be instantly remov ed were they to come out but once un ler the sky In which the mm was shin tag In like manner all doubt and ug jostlclstn with reference to Cod are in tautly removed by coming into Gods Ight11ev W S Fulton Presbytu lau Pittflburg The New Testament 3IlravIe Regarded as symbols of Jesus love ind sympathy the New Testament nlracles have a unique value but the moment they are put forward as proofs if his nature or work the question of vldence and testimony arises und we tru diverted from the spiritual experi ences of the soul to the problems of deuce philosophy and criticism It Is lisa well to remember that Jesus left 10 account of himself his work or Isis Iulms and that what we have In the Sew Testament Is the reports of those who did not always understand him Kev F L Ihalen Unitarian Worcea ter Mass J tI e- tII t THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON IV THIRD QUARTER INTERNATIONAL SERIES JULY 27 Text of the Ionmin lix xxll 1tKl 31 cm or Vcrnepi UItU nlil li Trl lit u l Ciitniiipiilnry Irllllr l It II fv n M Slrnrnn Copyright 180J by American Press A MO elation 1 1 Up make us gods which shall BO before us- The topic of our lesson Is Worship lug the Guidon Cult anil nltUouj the whole chapter Is assigned as U study luck of space will necessltati limping our continents to the verses to Im prlnteil aa the lesson 1t IKKlo Some one luis said that whenever wi turn away from leaning exclusively uHin Cod either for salvation or foi the necessities of the dully piitu wo nr1 virtually rallying Up make us Kods This Is equal to a rejection of Cal These people had not seen Moses iuji heard fruits God for several weeks and forgetting their promise to obey they tall to trust- S 3 And Aaron bald unto them Ilrcah oft the golden earrings unit trim them unto me When Moses went up Into the mount to be alone with Cod he said to teat elders Aaron mid hair are with you and he referred the people to them as counselors In his alisenve tarns WUH Muses mouth or spokesman ami Mo sea was to him Instead of Cud Kx h- Ill vii lea but Moses being absent he like a false prophet speaks out of his own heart this evil advice Jer xxlll lOt Me tins no word of warning or help for them as from Cal- L These be thy gods 0 lintel whkti brought there up out of the land of Kgypt What a He what blasphemy what dishonor to the living God hits Aaron lost Ids reason lIe certainly has lost faith in God See In II Thess 11 10 11 the awful consequences of turning away from the truth Instead of re ceiving from their hands the gold to make an Idol they should have re ceived from his mouth the living words of tile living Cal Through him wlm should have led them to the laud of glory they changed their glory Into tilt similitude of an ox llI cvl tHo S And when Aaron saw It be built mi altar before It So this slit repeated In the ese of Jeroboam and the very words of Aaron used 1I Kings xll JS 8Si Tills Is Mil the work of the doll from beginning to end and so Is everything like It In the churches sand among the ixople of Cod today Got Is a Spirit mid they that worship Him must worship Him in spirit and In truth John Iv JO Go The people sat down to eat and to drink and rows up to play See I Cor x17 and It would be well to read the whole chapter Is It not Ill the same line of things when In houses built for the worship of Sod people bearing the name of Christ meet to eat and drink and be entertained amused In the next two verses the Lent while speaking to Moses calls the people Moses people which he biouidit out of Egypt and says They have turned aside quickly out of the way which I commanded them They were not acting like the coplu of Cod they were not In Ills way See 1s cxlx1 John slv 0 Josh 1 7 The lord suggests that He destroy the wholo nation and take of Muses u new na thou doses Intercedes for the peoplu aa the Lords people and Is beard He comes down from the mount breaks the tables burns the calf grinds It to powder scatters U upon the water and makes the people drink It 30 I will go up unto the Lord Ierad venture I shall make an atonement fur your dn- Thus ho puts himself between the sinners and Cal as a mediator con fessing their slit and seeking utunc ment which Implies judgment upon slit See what Is written of 1hlnehus nmklifg an atonement In Nuts xxv n1ll11thntund see Him thu prop ISMIlkecluutol Moses Dent IH who taking the sinners 11111 XIIIj allowing all situ to bo laid upon Std by bearing our slits In Ills own hotly on the tree make atonement suf Uclent for the sins of the whole world 31 Oh this people have tinned a great tint All sin Is great and even the thought of foolishness Is sin Irov xxlv U but some sins rue more heinous than others The Lord Jesus Himself spoke of a sin that hath never forgiveness at the same tlmu that He spoke of the forgiveness of all manner of Shill ex rcpt this particular sin Mark III 12S30 The sit that overtops all oth ors Is the rejection of Christ the Sun of Cud This Is the sin that causes souls to perish John ill 18 32 And If not blot me I pray Thee out of Thy book which Thou hut written Ho Is willing to suffer In their stead If necessary In order to save them Thu same spirit Is seen In Paul on behalf of the BUUIO peoplu Israel Itom Ix 3 Thu reality Is seen In Jesus Christ who was actually made a curso for them and for us 33 Whosoever hath binned against Mo him will I blot out of Jly book In Ilev xx 12 und Mai ill 1C wo rend of several books but what book Is referred to in our lesson perhaps we nay not know in this our time of par tial knowledge I Cor xlll 012 34 33 Behold Mine ancel shall go before lire See chapters xxxlll 2 10 email xxIII 20 Isa Ixlll Onntl thank God for Mutt xxvlll 20 Isa xll 10 13 Deut xxxl 8 etc IIo Is thu God of all grace stud Hu will not forsake Ills people for Ills great names sake So that wu nay plead Though our iniquities tes tify against us do Thou it for Thy names sake I Sam xll 22 Jer xlr 71 J N1NNIN1N1N1NNN11111N1NNN111 V111- 11jjiNNTH E FARM INN j TREATMENT OF PASTURES IN ORDER TO SECURE BETTER GRASSES There is a constant struggle in tho pasture between tho coarser and line grasses Some varieties are short lived nUll in their decay thoy real hcnelit tho kinds that remain which taro usually the hnrdiur nnd coarse grasses To remedy this couditioi the pasturo Hhould bo neariiietl with n harrow every spring nnd fall am seeps of the moro ihwirablo kind sowwl thu roller t hon being used over the Hold Thugreiiturlhumimhoi of varieties in a pasture the huller IlK Iho Jim htock will maku thu welectioi of tho pruferred kinds Limo broadcast in thu full will nearly always bonulit a pasturo und wood iDiheH an also excellent Ono point to ohsom in renewing n pasture lit to keep the animals off until thu grasses can maku headway This may cause sotto inconvenience to those who keep tI o auimnlH continually on the pasture but thu result will bu more grass and n filter pasture Spread ing farmyard manure on the pasture lathe in tho fall should bu dono with the use of fine nuiuiiru only as straw or other coarsu material a ill not du coniKso HO readily Whitu clover will gurminatn anti make headway whero curtain grasses will nut thrive It is easily crowded out but will givu excellent service IM rood for Hheep for awhile Tho Kssex hog differs front the Berkshire and Poland China in heing entirely black When dressed how ever the skin is very white It is largely used for improving other breftlH The pigs givo thu largest profits when they are gotten into market us early in their stage of growth as possible Thu cost of pork is less if thu animal is sold when it does not exceed 2fJO pounds us nay excess of that weight will cost moro in produc tion than when than pig is growing the heaviest increuHO in weight being with young unimals n There aru faults in feeding that should bo avoided Tho farmer who overfeeds his animalfl by allowing food to remain within their roach at nil times is not economical in his methods Animals that area ponnit tsd to feetl on gniiu or bay at will ants subject to icdtgeation anal also eviuco no disposition to exercise Plenty of food should bo allowed but only at regular hours and in quantity suited to the reqiiireinuntsof each individual CiJIlfll TO SAVI nrit CHIIII From frightful diHfigurumont Mrs Nannio Qalleger of La Orange On nppliud BucklenH Arnica Salvo to great sores on her head nnd face nnd writer its quick euro oxcecded nil her hopes It works wonders in Sorw Hruihes Skit Eruptions lulls Burns Scalds and Iil2IC Curo guar nntiHHl by all tlriigstorw Reduced to FIFTY CENTS A YEAR New Idea- Womans MagazineT Formerly OneDollar a and best III now be fore the American public Itshows New Ideaim 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 IDEA STYLES made from NEW Ion PATTERNS which cot only lOc each Send Five Cents Today foriilnci copy of the Htw IDEA WOMANS MAOAZINK and sw what erect value lor the mony It can rlvOII TILE NEW IDEA PUBLISHING CO IK Brea iw7 Mw Yult N T rill IIKST MNIMKNT Villa HTKA1NS Mr F II Wolls the merchant nt Door Park Long Inland N YI Rays II always recommend ChnmborlninH Pain Balmas thu boat liniment for strains I used it last winter for a severe lameness in tile silo resulting front n strain and was greatly pleas ed with the quick relief and euro it nf footed For sale by S E WKLCII Ju The Citizen FIFTY CENTS A YEAR 4 t 11NNN LIN1 NN N1N1N1I N N N 111N 1 r THE ItN SCHOOL 11 1 HNNN1111111N 111NNINNINNNNIINN DECLARATION OF PRINCIPLES Tlio following declaration of prim ciples was adopted on July 11902 by tho teachers of tho Summer School of the South now in Hosslou nt Knox vlllo Toiin Wo the 1700 teachers attending the Sumnior School of tho South roll roHonting every Southern State do on this the tiny ol our national Indo piiidenci tiimuiinouHly ailopt tho fol lowing dfclnrntion of educational pol icy 1 Wo boor grateful testimony to the gront sacrifices nmdo in Imhalf of education by the peoplo of thu South who in thiir desolation and Poverty have taxed thotnsolvuH hundreds of millions of dollars to ixlucnto two rues 2 Notwithstanding those efforts wo are confronted with the appalling fact that thu largo majority of thu 8 U0000 white children hall 2M0000 black children of till South are not provided with good schools In 1JOO ton Southern States laving 2fi pier cent of lice school population of this country owned only 1 per cent of then public school property nUll expended only Ii 1 2 permit of thu public school monuyR Wo must recognize thoso conditions and f rankly face thorn Wu therefore d claru ourselves in favor of n public school system astute support ed nud Htntu directed in which every child nmy haves tho open hoar of op portunity 8 Conscious of our doixnuloiifo upon iliac God of our fathers and lo lioving that the highest and truest civilhmtioD onn 1m attained only by following tho precepts of tho great teacher Jesus Cliriht wo favor the recognition of tho Biblo In our public schools I Wo regard local taxation ns thin fonndution upon which n public school system should ho built steel therefor favor an agitation in Ixilmlf of such taxation In crony oonunuiiity fi If an increased oxMinditnru of money is to bo of lasting value n mow intelligent interest must Iw brought upon our schools Hut oven greater than that need of money and iutertwt i is the f1of intelligent direction IS A moro extension of the present LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAILROAD Tlmo TAble In Effect July I 1902 l ilmt North Tiulli si nail Leave BerenI1180 n in Arrive Hichmond 12 10 n m Arrive Paris 816 p m Arrive Cincinnati Ii W p m fining Srnlll- Lenvo Tniln I lUlly heron l 21 p m Arrive Livuignton21t4 p m J W Stephens Ticket Agent Hcjiool torm with the present course of utuiljr will not mcot tilt urals of Uio children Tho lines of development in tho South must bu both agricultur illnud mechanical Our people must bring n trained brain nntl ft trained hand to tho daily labor Education should not ho a inonns of unonpiiif labor but of making it morel eiirsehive Tho school should bo the HOoinupn tor of then community and should taw I t lively nnd sympathetically touch tall the Hoolut and economic JintoreslH of thu ptopleeIn addition to tho usual nemltmio studies therefore our courses should include manual Indu ing mutt urea study tutu agriculture 7 To Httomo wont ellloiont supervision to onooumgii grading and to broaden them xocinl urn of thu children wo favor thu couHolidulion of wwilc senate iiitoHlronKctMilndHohoolH II is bettor in every icily to wirry till child to the school than to curry the school to then dull11o Indomu that movmnmitH recently nwilo by the women of thu South for inodutHuhoolfi built with duo regard to tmniUtion ventilation stud bewiity S TonuhinK should Im n profaflfllon semi not a stoppingstoue to lIomolhhll elm Wo tliHrufixe tud for thu hlKluwt trniuiiiK of tmoliHrH mid urs tho Mhool nuthoritieH of evury Slnti to MiocHintg those who wish to task thu fducnliiiK of chiUlrwi n life pro fetrikHi Wo wall upon than people to- llublh faruver j oliU ami uepolh4n from tits public bcliooU soul to IltItfth Iwli n sytdwtn In whtah front then huinblMt t nohur to the ottkeof Stltln HUiwrintemltml merit shall Ixi time tonchH4onuU our limrty spprteat lion of ties noble work of the South era and General Edumtioii IkMinU which by their onrnwt Nympntky Must getlotale imwiw IIMTH inxlu KiMililo this gnMt Sunm r Selnwl of the South Itd in Diiui n iw other VHVR I lure tInlIlIUl4lliA tJttt itstriotk edorts lor thus eIuesitioanlconthitions Southern H oplM to impioro ta With gnititiHle to our fathers for this herilHK of n ttoblu pnt with tlwiikfiiluw to Gal for the iMHy- blMMillglt behUwwl upon our IHHIjrf IIrtwtOlltIwu Mess the future with A froth we Nlmll uudiMrar to iwiku goad by our works to this huitiuK glom ornur rclllIhlio VACATION 11 AV i- VHOAtioni tiiiw hi Mere nod the chil- drwi nrt fairly living out of ildora Thuru ootikl IM no htmllhior pUee for thoni YIHI nseslonly togimrd sgniust the nocklrmU iHoklwiUl tw most open- air sports No emery opals lu Wilts Witch IlnuI Snlvo for quickly trapping pain or removing danger serious cxJUMtHiueiMfn For cots usilds nnd woutuls I ullotl DwWittn Witch hazel Snlve forNon caul and briiweH I slush L II JohiiHoti Swift Tux It is tho beset rem itdy on till nmrkut I Sure atin for jrfleH nisi skin dinutuiuri Huwnru of cuiinterfeilfl Ior sans by Kant Knd Drug Co I I R PANSFor twenty years I had been n fiiilTorer fr mbron hiid troiiliIiH nccom pnuuMj with n bucking cough IatItime Mitten froml1tnII1t1I1IrtlIlHp- rOl4trntioll About lour years ices 1I1I taking limns IVbuliw niece thou I lease used them pretty constantly I rarely retire nt rliglut without inking irty Tnbulu nud I lind they Itiwp ally divHHljvo orguiHi which nru weak ill good onler amt they also ullny my tested clues to iiurvoiiHiitwfl sand undo mu nhnip AT DRUGGISTS- The five cent packet is enough for an ordinary occasion The family bottle six ty cents contains a supply for a year I BEREA COLLEGE I Founded 1866IPlaces the Best Education in Reach of Allt Over ao ToncliorH 800 KtiiiloiitN front 20 StutoH Largest UolloKO Library In Kontuoky NO SALOONS Trndo SchoolH Cnrpontry Printing HotiHuwork NiirHing two yearn Dodo SchoolH Qunontl Education nud lilting for mlviincod uonraort For tlioie aufclenUy advanced to get a teachers ctrltjtonte 4 Applied Holonco Two years course with Agriculturo for young iiiun- nnd DomoHlio Science for young liidUw Norniivl CourHO Two yearn with practice teaching Acudoiny Courflo Four years fitting for College for bimlinHH unto College CourMu Liternry Sciontilio Clnnnical Llor lif- tIllusleRua Organ Choral free Vocal Piano theory- 1Vo are Inoro to help tall who will help thonmolvos toward n Christina win cntion Our instruction w n few gift SttidontH pray u Ninnll inuiduntnl fee to meet espouses of tho school apart front instruction nud must also pnvlfor board in advance ExpeiiHOH for tunn 12 wookH2l toJl of which to 1521 intmt bo paid when the ntudout outers The school IH endorsed by Baptists CongregiitiounHHt Disciples Method ists Presbyterians and good people of nil deuotuiimtious For information and friendly advice address the Secretary WILL C QAMUL12 TteroH Mudlaou Co Ky THE CITIZENYWHAT A TAIi IT TKMS If hut mirror of yours shows a wretched Hallow Jbmploxion n Jntiu dlewl look moth patches and blotches on ilio skin ICs livor trouble lint Dr KiiiBH Now Lifo 1llln rogulnto tho liver purify tho blood give clonr skin rosy oliedkn rich rompluxion Only Jtfio at nil drugstores n eeeeoeeeeeooeoo i f r ilio- 2E i1i0 F t1F i liiYdFiFtFiFvFFs FirfrFG- iaYoeool + Awl this wvimil BiitnVl nt proof tluil rameUilDR wits wrlousJ wrung fur Jwent un to nay lies link inurv for slat lecl IwbjriU fur lie wbolf worl llea link wore rO tint Iwliy dan for me Hut aue shrug 1hr Itt llttkt BHouUlfrw In drpr 0 I IVIIr ker epetrh YII iiiiiHt pray tar Win mhl airs Mr and nil will era right 1 It ninilaHM Kb roHM oarueatljr rry IiryererydayIprayslnle f I ft to m Iw MlMU fur him 1 u most bray to year father In h t u fur him Mi ul I Wld tinny Aral II- LIr sent hr uway bright pith f iiHrs mill Wtb new hugs and COHniR in If r its art Mi hind Yfrv ROII nail of all liar fi ir foe nt ltn weeks cinl her I rii ilarvfru ir ill Hlartui mix ttv and tear wire hot relleviii nmrli h llii rvpoftft the wen l nitlM Uilll moue line to tiim uf itHinlU oiuimnia f rii nliiipi fur irJl lad iii lIl- tltt eh Avrltii1r uf tIN IH IIIIt DJHIII Mitlna trail niiil us IlK ktuiui K ix he iKra i tillriniil In tb1tII t 1t11 Whlk h nlil not be Mid to fbuj sllhfretlor Ia Slnlus Imp ndt1n tt 1111 hid cottUl bit illy tiUle bla dear I iny In tbe plotuptnss of Prod ij ii in vindication lib tUwirjr ef rttrl iHMtou lint Ourllu roMfttortfnry wit Mine what rudely abockad by Mr Craig niMHrvr U this theory aaer day You lead your Bible to little profit It ssemu to DM OtwiU or n rUaM you hare surer tUltd tbt Matters I eacblnr shout ttw town of Slloam Itvtirr reid that sad tako that warn I ing to yuurwlf- Ot tnth gael after Mr Craig HH ba turned sway and nunvrvl The lour o HtkMm to 117 Aye I 1 km line about tlw tear d HIm ten Iflboot taw tiior o Itabvl an weeL an1 fro trail too about taw bUapb emlott Hrrod an sic 1ka Mon but hips a hot lnUl l Uddle an laelu dtocrcowMiia 1 Ion Ihat about Horoil Geordlor I Abeat HetodT with n strong tinge of cwfllmnpt In lite Lana Aboot llorodf Mon lUlu ye no road Iu try Scrip ture shout HortHl an the wurMtia In tliu wame o liluiT Ok ym I see I hastened to an swerAyr n tile cnn see whats dapped in hiM face with which lit of pro vtri inl philosophy ho suddenly pert- h Hut Oeortllo thenceforth 0011 I ell1 til liini uir In Mr Craig proeouc tit least with ominous hood nhaUlngn fluiiiy mnsravntlns and lmK Hlble to flue + er That name night however Orordto nli uil that with all bin theoriw hu I d a titans true heat for hu came In bite to Mr Mavor to soy UH IHI needed owor yonder Im tuuikiuWliyT Is the baby worse Have yon IHHII III rNu na repllwl Geordle cautiously 111 iiu Hung where Im no wniited but yin puir thing yo can hoer outside WIIloIll an niuanln lutll maybe need ye toe he wont on iluWoonly to mo Yoro u kin u- IIlwr I ln tr not conimlUhiR liUu KI f to any opinion an to my profession at value Hut Hlavin would have none of me having get tho doctor sober enough to of the camp In Slavln lrlItrlliof Increased by the illness of which was to him on the np IVt of hits rye There wuro n row who itnproSHtHj by Ocordlos profound con vlctlotm upon the mutter were Inclined to favor the retribution theory and con nect the bnbyH Illness with the VOIIRC nnce of the Almighty Among these tow wns Slavln himself end goaded by bin remorseful terrors ho sought re lief in drink nut this brought him only deeper and fiercer gloom HO that between her Buffering child and her KiivnRely despairing husband tho poor mother was desperate with terror and griefe Ah madame she sobbed to Mrs Mavor lilY heart Is broke for him Hes beet noting for treo days but Jls dreenk dreonk drcctik- Tho next day n man came for me In haste Tho baby was dying and the doctor Willi ilriink I found the little ono In a convulsion lying across Mm Mayors knees the mother kneeling be t side it wringing tier hands In dumb f agony and Slavln standing near silent rued suffering I glnnced at the bottle of medicine upon thin table nod asked Mrs Mavor the dose and found tho baby had beet poisoned My look of horror told Slnvln something was wrong and striding to me ho caught my armnndaekcdt WImt la It Is tho niedlcln wroIlKfI t put him oft hut hula Jrlll lKhtiiiwI till his IliiKers apoincd to ruaehi the lurThe dni IH eertnlnly too liiritc nlll let mo go I must do Bometlilnu lie let m ffo nt oIll nayltiK In It volro that made my hoart sure for him llo tuts kilted my baby lie Itan killed ply Imliy And then he IliitMil this donor with awful curses and whit I look of such murderous fury un his fare that 1 was glad the doctor waa too drunk to apjiear Ills wife hearing ifs curses anil un derataiHllNR the cause broke unit Into VHllliiK band to Dar Ah IIHIII petit aiiRvI It U that whofM ky data keel moll baby Ah tiles chert men amour Ah taut Dlru Ah Mlrhael How often I My that whw ky hfM not goal ting It was titer than Slnrln ronbl liar and with awful cur cs lie WMH d out Mrs Mavnr laid this baby In lla crib for tilt tfinvubilon had pumied sway end pultlnr h r armi about tbl wall lug llttht IVcnchwoinan roml6ICNI sail hOoth d her nu n toothier might hei child And you toast help your himband I heard her say Hp will iteed yen MHHV than over Think of him Ah out I weal wall the quirk iply sal from that moment there was no murv willing It at mtMl no inor than a 1111 nil II till Hlavln came IH ataln aobcr quiet and Icoily Tbe ptiMkin was all gone front bi fact eel agar the grit rviunlnml Act wi Moil kanlHK over the sbiilii rlilM the Httle thing opened Us eyes saw Hi father cal emlleU It was tm mooch for him The big man ilroptM d- oD hla knees with a dry sob la there HO clans al all at alir he whispered tint 1 eoukl give him IK hoiie He Imiuediaiely rose sod pulp iPff hliuaolf together atootl iMrfetllj mill A litW terror celaed upon the mother My baby la not what you rail ItV going tbnmch tie form of Imptxm- An ho will DOt come to la aaUiU Vlerge she situ Toaalng herself Do IHH tear for your little ont said Mta Mayor ailll with her arms about b r TIHt good Marioor will take yui darling Into bla own arms nut the mother would not tie comfort wl by this and Slarln too was uiumy Where la Father taulrtr In asked- Ali you were not good to the sly pars de has tarn Michael she replied i widly The mints arp not please for you Where la the rteatr he demanded 1 know not for sore At de I indln dati laic Til pro for him ha askI Hut his wife clung to him beseeching him not to leave her and lashed he wan loath to heirs bla little one I found nag sail toM him the dlttl wilty With bla usual prutnptncua he- wa rrady with a volution- Xlion leas a team ids will ati1 Then he added I wonder If they world mt hh uw to baptists their little If Iatner Coutet slut I have ex rhamml oucva b tortl 119 w I ifmew her bow lit ram to one of my peoph In my alwenee when abe waa dying read with her buys with her com tuned her and helped her acruaa the river Ho la a gored wml and has no uon n Hf ubout him Send far tue It you think thero Is need It will niaka no dllTarenco to tlw baby but It will comfort the mother Nixon wm willing enough to go but when Iw cacao to the door Mrs Mayor MW the lard look In his face He land oat forgotten hits wrong fur they by day ha was still lighting the devil with- In that Stavln had called to life limit Mrs Mavor under cover of getting him InatrtirtkHM drow him Into the tuoui While IHtimluR to her his eyw wan dered from 0110 to tho otlmr of the group till they 100 UMII the little white face In this crib She noticed the cbanga In kill taco They roar the little ono will rower too tho Saviour If It Is not baptized she mhl In H low tone He was eager to go Ill do my bent to get the priest ho Mild and urns guts on his sixty mite race with death The lung afternoon woro on but be fore It Watt halt gono I sow Nixon could not win nud that the priest would he tan isle mi 1 sent for Mr Craig Froth till iiwinunt he entered tho room he took cummand of us nil Ho wits BO simple to nmuly HI tender the heartH of rtio parents Instinctively turned to him AH ho was ntyout to proceed with the iMpllKin tilt mother whlspurcd to Mrs Mavor who Iioslttitliigly nuked Mr Craig If ho would object to iwlng holy water To me It U time sine as any other he replied gravely An will he mako the good sign asked the toothier timidly And so the child was baptized by the rrtwbyterlun mlnl ter with holy water and with the nlsn uf the cross I dont BiiplKwe It was orthodox tend It render ed cluiutlc Borne of my religious no tions but I thought inure of Craig that moment than ewer before He wan more mini tlmn minister or perhaps he was so good n minister that tiny be cause so much a titan AH he rend about the Saviour and the children and tin dlselples who tried to get In between them and us be told us the htory III his own simple and beautiful way and then went on to picture the home of the Tuttle children and the mime Saviour In the midst of theta I felt my heart grow warm nnd I could easily under stand this cry of the mother Oh moon Jean pruiiez mol amiss take me wlz teen mlgnynl The cry wakened Slavlns heart and he mild duskily Oh Annette Annette Yb out an Mlchiiol tool Thou to Mr Craig You think hues till me someday 7 Kb All who lovo him he replied An Michael toot sho asked bee rye tenrchlng his face An Michael JooV limit Craig only replied All who love Mill Ah Michael you omit pray le bou Joan lies gurus notre mlgnon And then the hUll 1 over the hula whisper lag Ah mon cherl moo amour adieu adieu man auger till Sliivln put hula urins about her nod took her away for as aim was vvhteiwrlng her farewells her laity with a little answering High paaiHMl lute the houie with many routes Whisht Annette ditrllng dont cry for the bnby w ld her hiiglmml Suru Its littler off than the rest of us It IIII AIM didnt you hear wheat tho minister wild about the beautiful place It 1117 i And sure he wouldnt lie to na nt all Hut a mother cannot be comforted i for her firstborn JOII- I An hour later Nixon brought Father Ooulet He warn a little Kronchiimn with gentle nmnners and the face of u saint Craig welcomed him warmly and told him what he had done That la good my brother he said with gentle courtesy and turmitmig to the mother Your little ono Is safe Hvhlml Pother Ooulet came Nixon sooty and gazed down upon the little quiet face beautiful with the magic of death Starlit came quietly and stood limrido him Nixon turned smith offered hla betel but Slavln moving slowly lack aaW I t rtkl you a wrong Nixon and Its n sorry man I am this day for It liont soy a word Stavln answerI ed Nixon hurriedly I know bow you feel Ive gut A baby too I want to we It again Hats why the break hurt me go As Gaps above replied Sluvln onr i npstly 111 lilnder you no more I out They shook bands and wo passed Wo laid tho baby unu r the pines tuft tar from lltttf HroeiCaml tho sweet Hprlng wind blew throogh tho gap such came acftly down the valley whisper hag to the pines and the grass and the hiding tkiwrra of the new life coining to the wortd And lhe mother must liars board the whisper IH her heart for as the Iciest was saying the words of the service she stood with Mil Ma vors arias about her awl her eyes scorn looking far away beyond the pur Ills mountain tops citing what made her smile And Slavln too looked dif I ferent lIla very mires oeinwl litter The coarseness was gone out of his- five What had come to lire I could not tell j Hut when the doctor came Into Ski j vlns house that night It was the ok 8tKbIget once was I halt drunk sod Ida manner was hid eously humorous How do dies low do gentlemen I T was his loud voiced salutation Quits a i rofitwlonal gathering clergy toolIliaI ha Very good Awfully sorry to hear of your loss Mra Slavln DM our beat you know cant help this sort of thing Httforo any one conk move Craig was at his side and saying In a clear firm voice Otto moment doctor caught him liT the arm RaId lad him out of the room before ho knew It Slavic old bad been crouching In his chAir with hands twitching anti eyes glaring rose and followed still crouching as he walked I hurried utter him calling him back Turning at my voice the doctor saw Slnvlii apitfoachtng There was some thing so terrifying In lute swift noise less crouching motlai that the doctor crying out In fear Keep him ottf fairly turned null tied He nits too bale IIke a tiger Slavln loaiKtl upon him and without waiting to strike had him by the throat with both hAuls cud bearing him to the ground worried him there as n dog might a tt11- 1I1I1llately Craig nnd I wero upon him but though wo lifted him clear off tho ground wo could not loosen tlmt two handed strangling grip As we wore struggling there n light hand touched my shoulder It was Father Goulet riutuHi let him go and stand away iota ilL ho wilt witting us lack Wo obeyed 110 leaned over Slavln cad spoke a tow words to him Slavln started as if struck a heavy blow looked np at the priest with tear In lite face but still keeping his grip Lot him go wild the priest Slavln hesitated Let him gel Quick said the priest agntn and Slavln with a snort let go lite hold and stool sullenly facing the priunt Father Ooulet regarded him steadily for some scolds and thou asked What would you do Ills voice was gentle enough even sweet hilt there was something In It that chilled my marrow What would you do he repeated Ho murdered my child growled SIn In Ah How Ho was drunk and poisoned him Ah Who gave him drink Who made him a drunkard two years ago Who has wrecked his life There wad no answer and the even tuned voice went relentlessly on Who Is tho murderer of your child now Slavln groaned and shuddered Go And the voice grew stern Hepent of your sin and add not an other Slavic turned his eyes upon the mo tionless figure ou the ground and then upon the priest Father Goulot took one step toward him ami stretching out Ills hand and pointing with hula linger said Gut And SJavn slowly hacked away and went Into hula house It was an ox traordinary scone timid It Is often with mile now tho dark figure on the ground the slight erect form of the priest with utsiretcica arm null finger and Sla rfn hacking nwaj fear cud fury strug tiling In hits faco It wits n near thing for the dootor however and two minutes more lit that grip would have done for him As it wits we lord the greatest dlmciil ty In reviving him What the priest did with Slavln after getting him Inside I know not that lies always been n mystery to me but when we were nsdmigtho saimm list night after taking Mrs Mayor home wo saw a light load heard strongr rounds within Knterinjr we found anothiT whisky raid In progress Sit vln himself being the raider We stood Some nioinunls watching htm knocking III till hands of casks and emptying bottles I thpught he had gone mail and Mppronched Will cautiously Hello Klavln I called out What tiers this imanT lie imue l n his strange work and I saw that hs face though resolute was quiet enough It HHwiiH Im done with the bus nusx I am he stild In n determined voice Ill help no more to kill any luau or In a lower tone any mans laity The priests words hi 1 struck homo Thank Gad Slavln said Craig of fering his hand You are much too good a mnn fur the business Good or std Im done with It he replied going on with his work You mire throwing away good mono Slavln I Mild 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 tho corner of bki eye He dud It was n rare clever jolt referring to our lick Hock hotel affair nut wont you be sorry fur tills tnaked Craig Hellke I will and units why Im doing It before Im sorry for It ho re plied with a delightful bull Istak here Stavln sold Craig oar neatly It I eat he of use to you In any wily const on me Its good to me the both of you Imo been ami Ill not forget It to you 1m repllml with like oarnestnem As we told Mrs Mavor list night for Craig thought It tow good to keep hw eyes seemed to grow deeper nnd this light III then to glow more Intense as she llatimpd to Craig pouring out his tale Then stto gave him her hand and said You here your man at last What moor The man you have been waiting for Stavlnr Why not r I never thought of It No more did Iw or any of us Titan after a Irituoa she added gontly Hu lea beet sent to mils Do you know I believe you are right Craig Mhl slowly and then add ed nut you always1 mire I fear not she answered but I thought site liked to hear his words The whole town was astounded next munilng when Slavln went to work III the mines and its astonishment only dceH nod as the days went on and he stuck to Ids work Before three weeks lad gone tho league had bought ami remodeled the xaloon and had secured Sin 111 as resident manager The evening of the reopening of Sill vlns saloon BN It was still called was long rcniciiiborod in muck Hock It was the occasion of tho tlrst appear anciof till league Minstrel and Dra mastic troupe in what was described as n hair lifting tragedy with appropriate musical selections Then there was n grand supper with speeches and great enthusiasm which reached its climax when Nixon rose to propose till toast of tlu evening Our saloon Ills patch was simply a quiet manly fit count of bis lung struggle with the deadly enemy When ho amino to speak of lib recent defeat be said And while I am bIn 111111 no one but myself I am glad tonight this sa loon is on our side for my own sake and for the wake of those who have been waltln long to ceo me Hut be fore I Mt down I want to say that whjlo 1 live I shall not forget that I OWl my life to till man that took mo that night to his own shack and put mo In his own bell and met mo next morntn with an open hand for I tell you I hind sworn to God that mornln would be my last Uconlles spetwli was characteristic After a brief reference to the myste rious ways o Providence which ho acknowledged he might sometimes full to iimlcrxtaiid he went on to express lilt iinqualltUMl approval of the new saloon Its n cozy place an theres mine sul pour about Hesldcs a that be went enthusiastically itll be a terrible mivln Ive Julst been coo II IIu You bet ejaculated a voice with great emphasis Ive Jiilnt tire coontln went on floorille Ignoring the remark and the laugh which followed nil Itsan awfii like money ye lilt ewer wi time whusky Ye see ye ctiiinn due wl mimic bit glass Ye maun lino twa or three at tho verm least for Its no verra forrlt ye get wl ane glass Hut wl you coffee yo Joist get n saxponco worth an ye want one niiilr There wale another shout of laughter which puzzled Geordlo much I dlnim see the Jowk but Ive slip pit owcr in whusky malr nor a liunner dollars Than he paused looking hard before him anti twisting his face Into extraor dinary shapes till thin men looked at lint In wonder Im ratio glad o this saloon limit Its awer late for the lad that ciinim be liolplt the noo Hell not be iicedln liolp 0 oors I loot but there lure Ill ors Aul he stopped abruptly and suit down with no applause following nut when Slavln our saloon keeper rose to reply the men Jumped up on the seats and yelled till they could yell no more Slavln Blood evidently In H trouble with Tilniself and Dually broke out Ita speechless I am entirely Whats como to me I know not nor how Its come but Ill do my heat for you And then tho yelling broke out again I Old not yell myself I wua too busy watching the varying lights lit Mrs Ma ors eyes as she looked from Craig to the yelling men on the bonclHti and ta hilts and then to Stavln and 1 found myself wondoriug If she know what it was that came to SIalnICHAPTER XI TUB TWO CALL nITII the call to Mr Craig I fancy I tend something to do myself The call time from a young congregation in an eastern city and was based partly upon hula Iollejje record anal more upon the advice of those among this authorities who knew hula work In the mountains lint I latter myself that my letters to friends who were of Importance In that congregation were not without infln once for I was of the mind that the man wire could haddle mack Hock miners as he could was ready for some thing larger than U mountain mission Tliat he would refuse I luau not 1m ngltHMl though I ought to have known him Itetter He was but little troubled over It He went with time cell and the letters urging his acceptance to Mrs Mayor I was putting thc Mst touches to some of my work In the room atthc bilk of hM MilvorS house when lie came In Sie rid the letters and the tall quietly timid waited for him to speak Woll he sold should I go She started timid grew U little pale Ills questlrn suggested n possibility that lead not occurred to her That he ciuilil nee his work In Black Hock she twd hitherto never Imagined but there was other work and be WHS tit for good work anywhere Why shook be not go I saw the fear In her face but I saw more than fear In tier eyes as for a moment or two site let then rest UIKHI Craigs face I rend her story and I was not sorry for either of theta lint she was too much u woman to show her hanrt easily to the moan she loved sail her voice was even and ailin as she answered his questions this n very large congregation One of the llncst In all the east I put In for hlnh It will be a great thing for Craig Craig was studying her curiously I think she noticed his eyes upon her for she went ou even more quietly- It will be a great chance for work and you are able for a larger sphere you know than poor Black Hock af fords Who will take lack Hock ho ask ud Iet sonic other fellow hums a try at It I said Why should you wa to your talents here Waster cried Mrs Mafor Indig nantly Well bury It you like It bettor I replied 11 would not take much of a grave for that funeral said Craig smiling Oh sold Mrs Mayor you will hen great man I know and perhaps you ought to go now Hut be answered coolly There are fifty men wanting that eastern charge and there Is only one wanting muck Hock and I dont think Black Rock Is anxious for a change so I have de termined to stay where I am yet awhileEven my deep disgust and Disappoint ment did not prevent me from seeing the sudden leap of Joy lu Mrs Mayors eyes but she with a great juffort an swered quietly Black Hock will be very glad and some of us very very glad Nothing could change his mind There was no oue ho knew who could tape Ids place just now and why should he quit Ills work It annoyed uie consid erably to feel he was right Why is it that the right things are so frequently unpleasant And if I had hud any doubt about the matter next Sabbath evening would have removed It for the men came about him utter the service and lot him feel In tholr Owl way how much they approved hula decision though the self sacrifice Involved did not appeal to them They were too truly western to Imagine that any Inducements the east could otter could compensate for Ida loss of the west It was only tlttlu that time west should have the best and so the miners took almost as a mat ter of course and certainly an their right that the best man they knew should stay with them Hut there were those who knew how much of what must men consider worth while lie had given up and they loved him no less for it- Mrs Mavors call was not so easily disposed of It came close upon the other wad stirred Black Hock as noth lag else hail ever stirred It before I found her ammo afternoon azng va cantly at soine legal documents spread out before her on the table and evi dently overcome by their contents There was Hrst n lawyers letter In forming her that by tho death of her liuilwiuls father she hind come into the whole of the Mayor estates and all the wealth pertaining thereto Time letter asked for Instructions and urged an Immediate return with a view to a personal superintendence of the es tutus A letter too from a distant cousin of her husband urged her Imme diate return tlr many reusons but chiefly on account of the old mother who hind peen left alone with none nearer of kin than himself to care for her and cheer her old age With these two came another letter from her motherinlaw herself The crabbed trembling characters wore even moro eloquent tlmn the words with which the letter closed- I have lost my and now my husband Is ice and I anf tit lonely wo man I have ninny servants and some friends but uoiio near to me none BO I u u near and near as my dead sons wife Mydajw are sot to be inaay Coi1e tome my daughter I wmt rmt Rud- Lewis child Must I go she asked with white lips Do you know her well I naked I saw her only once or twi p she answered but abe has been iiy t 1Ol- Ito me She can hardly need you Sale linn friends And surely you are mikd here i Shut looked at me eagerly Do you tbink M01 she said Ask any man in the camp Klnw Nixon young Winton Gcordio Ask Craig I replied Yes he will tell me she said 1C veil as slit spoke Craig conic up the steps I paswd Into my studio nod went on with my work for my days at Black Rock wire getting few land may sketches remained to IM thilell in Through my open door I saw Mrs Mavor lay lieu letters before Mr Craig saying I have a call too They thought not of me TO BE COTINUJroIi n ASTOlMlKII THlt JCIMTOIt Editor S A Browuof Benuottsvil lo S C was noco Jllnris sufrenniffronDyepepsis greatly run down Sho had uoatntufjth or vigor cud 8iinerod great distress from her stomach but silo tried Electric Bitters which helped hoe at once and after using four bottles she m entirely well can oat anything UH I n grand tonic and its gentle lsitativs qualities uro splendid for torpid liv Apptilopositive guaranteed cure Only BOo IU all drugstores Necessary Expenses for Twelve Weeks School Permit woo boon tkcBuelren cm rp lId IM much or little M they chose on llelug era arts Itp 7to have a littht extra motwy fur Icri I um books Mid otter tklra But the nwmnry upenseart raitr on fcdlowc To pay the Brut iltjrH- OWARMi LAI tn MAII H U- SrboolflncilciiUl Pt I 4 so H v X M 11- penM Boot iu sirot 2 01 e f rivnmi l r1en I mi Ik I Furtdhvl Koiim fu l 4 i iFlnt Mouths Bond 5 w le Llrlag j1 is 1- p r-oaTopy durluc uterm lAundry I 5- 0JIttrIoufl Sd Mo Hoard 5 ao 0- BeglunIog ad Ie hoard 5 DO 1 2tLOeuIDepet11trtmed Tutnl Yspenre12 Week 27 SO 87 OO Par those blow A OMBUBM doduti law u lor books oadEl Inm laetdwul fee uki K for total oniy 8S8150- Wben tow girls roost tngvtbor each save 13 or sore on room aid fuel making tin tutu sly IIleoAO If leaved below A Urammkr- KoitB I cud fuel 0011 one tollHt nor In lh- ntir term Two roots lot housekeeping with tares etc on Banally be routed for from M to 1C a sera The price of n big cnlf n UMIe tan hark or n few horne spun bil xneri will glint term of scliool which will rlmnKv niien whole ilia fur the belter y A Weak Stomach Indlgostlon Is often caused by overeating An eminent authority say the harm done thus exceeds that from the excessive uso of alcohol Eat nil the good food you want but dont over load the stomach A weak stomach may refuse to digest what you eat i Then you need a good digestant lIke Kodol which digests your food wIth- out the stomachs aid Thuds rest and the wholesome tonics Kodol contains restore health Dlcttngunucccs jsary Kodol quickly relieves the feel tog of fulness and bloating from which some peoplosuffer after meals Absolutely cures indigestion Kodol Natures Tonic Pteparedunl O DEVrrrOoCbleaga i TfleIibottlecontaluaalmestbe5ecattnThree in Richmond 1 And out of nil thin gets of troth that have been made at my olio if there is one sot or sets that show any defects I iIIIIsko anew set free Wo aro luakiuff the brat sot of teeth in the world for 760 amid if detects show in 3vi years wo lire you n new sot fret This applies to all tho teeth I have madtt or am going to make the bust alloy fills in tho world at 75 cents DR HOBSON Dentist Pornmnently located in tho Hebeor Building next door to GOT + erunient Building Richmond KautuoUy Reference Hichtnoud National think Special Price to Students 1O1SUlPUTh u SHTJQ It k through tho bowels tlmt till lodv ia oltHinHwl of Impurities Coo tipntion keopa these poiacus in the system causing LeHdaahe dullness unsightlyinlosa n remwly is applied DwWittV Little Early Risers prevent this ut u jle by stimulating tho liver and noto easy healthy action of the lip1v- netils These little pills do not TH uutly but by strengthening the bowels uuuble thorn to perform their wu iVjork Never gripe or dintn ss For attic by East laid Drug 0 4 i THE CITIZEN REPAIR THAT LOOM I Boroa College has secured a market for homespun and homowoven good such as bed coverlids linen dres liusoy jeans blankets etc at follow lug prices Coverlids T4 to J6 Linen 10 to 50 cents a yard Dross Liusoy 50 cent a yard Jeans GQ cents a yard Blankets natural brown wool or barr dyes 8a pair White linsey and whito blankets are not in demand only on orders I Coverlids must bo 2 yards 72 inches t wide nod 2J yards 90 inches long All dyes used must be old fashioner home mado dyes Any woman who wants to sell cover lids or homespun to Berea College should Find out what the College wants before beginning to weave or spin For information apply in per a son or by letter to- Mrs Hattie Graham Berea Ky PRICK FOR SALEAbout OOOO Bust class brick very hard Will sol nil or part to suit purchaser Th brick may bo seen on my farm Heal Whites Station Address or call 01 Goo D White Richmond Ky or set y tutu on the farm LOTS lMMitlIATiiY Colds are sometimes more troublesome in summer than in winter iti haul to keep front adding to then whilo cooling off after exercise One Minute Cough Cure cures at once Absolutely safe Acts immediately Sure euro for coughs colds throat nnd lung troubles For sale by East Eua Drug Co- Motu a to Cook Rice Wash the rice thoroughly In cold wa ter The amount of water used In cooking rice should be sulllclcnt to cov er It and rise about an Inch above it In the cooking vessel Use cold water always and let It come to tile boiling point gradually over n fire of medium Intensity When It begins to boll thor oughly remove the vessel to the back part of the store or where It may bo kept steaming for about fifteen min utes when It will be suillclently cookr ed This will be manifested by Its be lug slightly scorched on the bottom The vessel used must be provided with a cover which tits perfectly tight A thick iron pot is the best Put no salt Into the rice or water while cooking The allowance of time for cooking the rice should bo fortyfive minutes twenty minutes for it to come to the boiling point und twentyfive minutes for steamingmIow to Cook Tripe Trlpo prepared in this fashion is served at n well known New York i tfjb as one of the most popular dishes The tripe about halt a pound for a dozen oysters is well washed slim rtnlered for threequarters of an hour hi suited water and then re moved To the broth add a tablespoon ful of butter rolled in flour salt and pepper with more Hour added to thick en if necessary Return the tripe add tho dozen of oysters simmer and serve This may also bo prepared In a chafing dish THE MARKETS BITOBTEO BT A O N011MAN 4 CO CINCINNATI July 2- 3CATTLECommon225 Butchers825 I t1OOI 640 Shippore625 70- 0CALvasChoico550 600 Large Common300 400 Hoos Common fiOO I 750- I Fair goal light740 775 Packing 7t5 SHEEP Good to choice I8iII Common to fair 780i 315 LAMBS Good to choice 640 II Common to fair 160 WnEAT No 2 Red 72i 73 CoRN 70 104 OATsNo 2 mixed 54 55- RTE No 2 59 GO FLOOR Winter patent 370 Sj 410 II fancy340 3GO Family800 330 MILL FtED19oo 2000 HnNo 1 Timothy 1500 1550 No2 1300 1350 No 1 Clover 900 90- No2 800 850 mooium combing 17 18 mTubPOULTRY 12lneavyRoosters 5 Turkey hens 10 DucksI 7 Eaas Fresh near by 14N HIDES Wot salted 7 No 1 dry salt ltd- 6IBull 7 Sheep skins Q TALLOW Prime city 7 7Country 6J FEATIIEBS Geese now nearly white 43 gray to average 38 42 Duckcolorod to white 28 4 35 Chicken white no quills 18 Turkoy body dry 12 IB r J IINIINNNNNHN111NN11N1 NNNINNNNIM f LOCAL AND PERSONAL NM N111N111INN1N11N11N NN NNN111N111 Mrs R B Woodford is in town this week BEST BREAD at Bicknoll i EarlJssWelch has a now clerk and he cau fill preflcriptionscThe public school white Monday week August 4JThe Boron CompnyI has 57 subscribers in townRTho foundation of tho Berea Church of Christ Parish House is Loins put in Mrs Dodtvoll has some fine young canaries of a choice singing strain Cor saleHenry Wiley of Wallaceton was in town Tuesday and gavo the ollic callYou ought to see tho great variet of dress shirts now going at 25 cents at Welchs The colored school is in session with a fair attendance Mrs A W Titus is in charge- Blacksmith Dalton has a now blast forgo and is making other improve meuts in his shop Mrs Howard M Jones returnee from her northern trip Thursda night Sho reports a very enjoyable visit Dr Pettus and family went to Crab Orchard Tuesday to visil friends and relatives They expect to return Friday Drs Cornelius and Lusk were call ed to Conway to amputate a leg from 12year old son of George Maiden The boy stuck u rusty nail in his fool sometime ago Tho new Congregational Church will be covered with sheet steel is being put on this wok Leonard A Welkins and Miss Bertha Shockley were married at Richmond Wednesday morning Bogie C Johnson have purchased tho Isaacs livery barn from G W Settles and will open up with now and nico horses at once There will be a boxsupper at the Boone Gap schoolhouse next Saturday night the proceeds to be used to buy equipment for tho school Every aue invited Goo W Pow received on Saturday i young Poland China boar pig from tho herd of Albert F Babeck of Hamilton 0 Mr Pow has omo rery fine pigs on hand For tho accommodation of people living in the West End Mr Portor will keep a supply of postal cards and stamps at the Bank and will mail letters loft in his care Mr Geo A Kikeudall assistant minter at tho Students Job Print returned from Illinois Tuesday bring with him his bride They are Domiciled at Ladies Hall Six quart tin pail 10 cents Three cakes tar soap 5 Four ounces smelling salts 10 Ml first quality goods at THE TEX CENT STORE next door to postoflice Richmond Ky- Uemember the great rohate at Welchs where you buy everything cheaper than at any other place Meal 75 routs Quart fruit jars 50 ends Sugar 5J cents Arbuckles oITeo 10 cents Bros A P Smith and D P Holtz claw have been holding a protracted nesting at Corinth Methodist church in Crooked Creek They returned Monday and report a good time Ro suIts two conversions and two additions to tho churc- hWANTED5 YOUNG MEN from Madison County at onto to prepare for positions in tho Government Sere rice Railway Mail Clerks Letter Carriers Custom House and Depart mental Clerks etc Apply to Tutee state Corres Inst Cedar Rapids la To TilE COLORED TEACHERS or MADI SON COUNTY I desire to inform you that the date for the Col Institute has boon changed front Aug 1 to Aug 11 Teachers will please inform trustees tI at Thursday afternoon will bo sot apart for Trustees Day J WM WAOEUS Co Supt Messrs Golden anti Flora marble cutters at Richmond have purchased the shop and goodwill of the Madison Monumontal Works of Richmond of J T Hamilton Golden R Flora attend personally to tho work and tire rouched for by any bank or any business house in Richmond In a letter to TilE CITIZEN Horace Caldwell a former student at Berea now at Fort Casey Wash writes When I got TilE CITIZEN it is like a visit from an old friend Mr Cald well met with a severe accident whilo celebrating on the Fourth Ho held a giant fire cracker too long His hand was badly mangled and he lost a forefinger We wish wo had room tor tho entire letters t rc rt rya a MNN 1NNNNNNINNNNNN1111NNN 1N1 I 11aTO OUR CORRESPONDENTSv Several times lately TilE CITIZE has received items for the Corn spondeuco columns without tho writ full name signed to them Wo under no circumstances publisl anything unless tho writer signs hi her full name with address not necessarily for publication but to good faith and for our protec Then sometimes wo am untie the necessity of cutting out sow items from our correspondents not because they are not good but sim ply because our spaco is used up so please do not fool offended or hurt ifit sometimes happens that you IIOnoso but wo cannot undertake to llibllisu poetry Wo have not tho spar to spare we wish wo unit Thcedilo has at tho present timo ndozou jKxUii contributions from valued subscriber and friends but cannot uso thorn foi tho reason given above Woaroanx jolts to please and satisfy our friends but sometimes wo are prevented hy circumstances so pleaso believe wo are doing our best for youTnn CIT tzCN OWSLEY COUNTYD- OONEVILLE Mrs Sarah Jennings is still on the sick hstMr Cash and Mr Hurst Dreathitt county made a snort oCI to South Boonovillo last week Dora York daughter of Judge Henry Moore died u few days ago und wit buried at thn Shepherd grneyardI Childrens day at South Boonevillc will bo on the fourth Sunday in this month Misses Abtihear and Hogan and P P Reynolds have been liP pointed to train tho children Honrj Judd son of JS Judd has just returned from tho regular army Whorl ho has served n term of three years Dr Abshear of South Boonoville lint just completed his mwlical cnurse Tho public school at Green Hill dill trict No1 will commence on Aug I CAB BARD James Gnbbard was on Cow Creek Tuesday on business Many of the schools in this county open tho 14th Meredith Gabbard nnd Miss Hitltic Minter are tho teachers at this place Hon D GColsonof Middlesboro Boll county spokrf at Cow Creek on July 21 He is a candidate for con grtRsA C Gabbard of Boouoville was hero last week attending to his traycropR W Minter was ntI Boonovillo Saturday on business MAJOR Tho Institute will begin at Boono rillo July 28 Nathan Ambrose ho gan teaching school at SpiveyJuly l4Edward Flanery and E Ever Bolo wero entertained by Miss Flora Scale at her homo Sunday Mr and Mrs G W Long Iworo tho quests of Mr and Mrs T J Bell Saturday and SundayArch Scale tins gone to Berea to learn carpentry Others will soon followC A Duggor nnd wife have been visiting relatives at Elm Grove Tho Sunday school at Valley View is progressing nicely Vise B Pfuulcrgrnss is tho now superintendent N F Ambrose E E Fianery nnd Miss Flora Sealo are time teach rmIeler Hacker lost a lino mule Saturday nightTRAVELERS REST Rov A B Cort has been holding a aeries of meetings at this place but has now gone to visit his family at Kuoxville TonnMr Ross a former student of Boron College was hero n short time ago working for Tim CIT IZEN Wo wore glad to have Mr Ross with us Ho took part in our meetings and wo were all glad to hear him talk Mr sago Botner who has boon very low is recovering Oat crops ire good this yearMr S P Caud ell and J D Creech havo just return ixl from a visit to Jackson They report a good time while timy regone FLOYD Business is dull hero there is no work going onJosoph Baker has lately set out his sweet potatoes He could not got any plants earlier Fruit is scarce this yearMr and Mrs Andy Baker of Cow Crook vis ited relatives on Middle Fork recently Robert Amis is building a chimney Iowa on Buffalo Our school con cued Monday July 14 Meredith Gnbbard teacher Mr Gabbard taught hero last year We ore glad to have him with us again aid expect to have the best school in the county JACKSON COUNTY GREEN HALL Died July 14 the infant sonof Mr tad Mrs Win Robinson of bronchitis Tho mother of the babe died July 1 Mrs W N Hughes has boon sick for six weeks or moreTho lilllo son Mr and Mrs Robert Flattery is illMiss Martha Kidd nut Char s Flattery woro married July 10 Several of our young pooplo will bo in school at Beren this year There wore about 500 in attendance at time last mooting nt Rock Spring Elder Cultou preached Mrs David Flattery was received into tho church ROCKCASTLE COUNTYD- ISPUTANTA Davis Branch school begun Mon day July 14 Miss Lydia E Abnoj teacher Willie Bhinton nnd Mies Dora Lunsford of Borea attended church hero July 1JMI8 BM Harris lord littlo daughter Ethel oC Bobtown were hero with homo folk wtkMr anti Mrs T C Holt attended church at Fair View Sun Leonard Abnoy of Berea visit od his cousin Robert Abnoy Sunday Mrs J W Lambert of Boone was hero last woMiss Chowiio J Reynolds visited her cousin Pnrric Leo Abnoy Sunday MADISON COUNTY WALLACETON Rev Wills filled his nppointmonl Saturday and Sunday a very large crowd in attendance Mrs Snrnli Gabbard of Jackson county is visit ing her father David MtCollum Miss Mattie Bush of Waco who hat come to teach tho Wtillacolon school has been on lit sick list for the lust week But io able to be out again mid will begin hr school Monday Miss Bessie Gnffney was the guest Misses Katie and Ratio Wylit Saturday and Sunday Mifs Many Gabbard was tho guettt of Misseti Sallie and Lucy Cado bundny Miss Stroh Lawson is veiling her sister Mrs Tom Hich of Ford Kj PEYTONTOWN hiss Mary V Whito is teaching at Big 11111Miss Louise Mason has returned from CincinnatiMrsN- nnnio Burnnm tins gono to visit hoi parents at Davislowu Rev 1 Miller filled hw appointment at Davistown Sunday Rev T II Harris of Lexington will preach in a rally nt Poy toutown church next Sunday Basket dinner All invited Messrs Doo White Alnlkeu Finnell ned Fealou Morau have gone to Cincinnati A Lox supper anti ico cream festival at Peytoutowii church Saturday night Our Bible clasa was well attended and very interesting last Sunday Mr hnd Mrs hoary Tevis have mov Ill from Silver Creek to Poytontown MASON COUNTY MAYSVILLE Row W II Portor of Bethel Hap list chinch attended time district association which convened at Mt Sterling tho past week Mrs A Holmes is visiting relatives and friends lit Washington Miss Bertha Carlisle is very ill at her homo on Third street +Mrs Hattie Strauss of Middles port 0 is hero on a visit to her moth ur Mrs Elizabeth Adams of tutu Ess- iEndC11 Strawder nml E Rudd attended the can IimeOting nt Wash lgtonTho song service given b tho young men of the M E church Sunday evening was a decided su- eessMrs Ilaltio Anderson has re turned home alter an extended visit to her friend Mrs Lucille Gordon of Newport CnupltiK and IVrtllnK Chick I do nut laws any particular style of- poopa good roof nail bottom of boards always mantle so that It can l e conven iently clcaiuil Twenty chirks to n lien I think about right The coops are placed near the house for convenience while the chicks are young moving them farther away as they grow older At about 5 or 0 weeks they are located near a blue grass pasture with a num ber of apple trees for shailu Here they have range until cold weather hires them tuto ivlnler quarters My first food for little chicks Is dry wheat bread moistened with sweet milk This Is good enough for the tlrst lay The second day oatmeal and mil Ipt seed are given with mica grit They Jet water from time start Up to 4 weeks old their food Is bread moistened In milk millet seed oatmeal corn bread baked as for the table and crack ed wheat After they arc weeks old discontinue the oatmeal nud bread and milk and feed millet seed whole wheat and cracked corn with cornbread for breakfast baked the day be fore After the chicks are J months old I feed a bran mash consisting of nne third each of ground oats corn and wheat bran moistened with mill clab- ber or sour milk preferred This 1 feted In the evening all they will eat I follow this method of feeding the old fowls believing the evening the proper time for soft food For late hatched broods say the last of lure or first of July hatches I know of no place better for cooping than near a cornfield with a clover meadow near by The corn furnishes plenty of shado through the warm days and the clover Held supplies grasshoppers I have bad good results from late broods raised In this manner O L King J u f A Generation Ago Coffee could only be bought bulk Century thctILion Coffee way scaled packages correct in weight uniform and retaining rich fit i itnMl llKtlrtwcholUl Itnllrclu lN- tlhI tlA mrl hmpmmomn1h r ttm m luermi talI nntbud rearta D- RKIDNEY FENNERS an- dBackache All dlaeaiei Gladder Ali Dropsy Female in The 20th way is always clean fresh its flavor Dont become diieouraged There is aI CUro for you If utvvMMiry rl f lit Irnnrr tie hWi IInl a Ifi cline curing umt murk caxMtwyuun All cow uttil M Free I had mover rams t kid h y dtMaq rheutoatImtu dluln bluo4y a- lhlfs andI IBIOHW wits u prh Ihugrlme M tLAk r rtA Itl me STVITUSOAHC TroublelCURE Urallt11Itld aura lre CltcrlmrDr truprr ri i4slaNY DO YEnS EXPirniENCK TRADe MAMa DcioN3- Corvmo r Ac AnrnrmMiInrlr s4 m4 e pmWlr mlrwe r sb Mfallm n Iphagpr nun nn mareNM muLrwa 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BOTTLES FREE Regular hated PO canto and 10ft n MOTIIHK ALWAYS KIHUS IT IIANDV silly mother suffered a long time from distressing pains and general ill health duo primarily to says L W Spalding indigestionI Two years ago I got dol She grow better at once and now at tho ago of seventysix eats anything site wants remarking that she fears no bad effects as mime hits her bottlo of Kodol handy Dont waste timo doc toring symptoms Go after the oauso If your stomach is sound your health will bo good Kodol rests tho stomach and strengthens tho Dotty by digesting your food It is natures own tonic For sale by East End Drug Co a r Chicago College of Dental Surgery fkul DryartaeM Late Fcrwl 1ilurtllM in onrrIenmrtrtthe rmr of Immune lion In tlir fan il nvry to enter Iho tvrnut intilnc1Ki s1 four yrarrourv r niir l tlnnnftr Tutllrr Inniml Course IIDRA 10 Urli7riJ Canvasser Wanted- tIIfI11Hl fEns INK II journal fur itdvertitwH puolixhfd wtskl itltcbrsilolUrN n Lear tilt science nml raiit1tl of Advertising niui in highly mtcriiifd l y the bust KUixtwful tlvrtn in this country red Client Britain Lilsrsl c i in mission nllowwt AtkliiwH IlllVrrlW INK fcprura MNrw Vnrb I Tlllt fMJIlt 11111 STOUY J A Kelly r Utw nu rapciiriuf imilitr to tknt wbirh litlll 8apwDed ill almost evry Di Kl lxihMl in tin United Stat and has brain toldand retold by tbauMuds ufntbwtt UH says Last auulmr I Wl no ntUrlt of djMutory amid purcbnM a Istttls of Ckwbrlaiaa Chic lioUrn aid Diarrhot Hwtnwdr winch I iufcd nr eordiiiff to dirwtiuim andu IUtnl in ly sattsfackry icftultn Thn trouble WHH ooHtrullwl much gat kr than fonntr RtU ka wlirn I IIBM olbrr nm sties Mr Kelly a null kuonn citizen of IIodniuu N C For date lJy S 15 WiLe J I r SUMMER J I COOKING A- PLEASURE If you use the Ohio Steam Cooker with doorsISaves fuel labor Anti food Cookn anything butter than cnn Iwi done in any other WilY CookH a full dinner over ono burner or store hole MIRtH vegetables puddings HHIIOH bread etc all at once ono low not flavor the PlrrlCtiOlldinner just open the door No burnt lingers Doors urn Htcnini tight Giiuranteud Saves its frost in n short time Iron cunuot bo Hpoilitl while cooking nor by watting for tho folks to como- 1ositivoly no odor Just the thing for canning fruit Tricon from 1 to jf0 Lasts fcr years Como nUll sm into at the Citizen Office- or write to- JOHN DODWELL Dorca Ky Agents wanted Good pay = z Cut this out nut takn it to S IS Wulohd Drugstore and got u box of Chamberlains Slomnch C Liver Tablets The bust physic They also correct disorders of the ntonmch Price 25c