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REV Editor rcd of Iie loal tliW It A Family BEKKA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JULY 80 1902 Fifty emits a year NO 0 ilIDEAS Q Tho light of God ouras the hint of gold Huron Collcgo Fall Turin opens September 10 Tint jiilcu of owe goal niravl lOmu n will destroy tllo typhoidbacillus in of water In lliiw world it not wlmt wo ink 0 tip lint what wo give up makes UN rich DmiiKit- It would Iw wisoto l oil tho wntor you use fordrinkingoHptHially woll water tjplioid ilinroulIll- Typhoid now generally hold to IKJ duo to n sH ciflo germ tho typhoid bacillus which ia taken into tho Kyn ten almost always if not invariably hJ tlllIl1owluHSTSRII Dirrio- acv TAKE NOTICE Dr Burgess will preach at tho Tel ormtclo noxl Sunday morning at II oclock nu Tho Greatest Event intill IliHtory cf tho Worlltj and lit night will give n Mcrooptioon levier on Tho Way of Ilfuc FROM THE WIDE WORLD Turkey lira tnndo arrangements to linvn throe ImtthwhlpH built in thin country to bo delivered at an earl day Oil heM Imoii dfccovonMl in largo ipiaiitttiux in tin inland of Trinidad and Is b ing worked under tundin Chen brother of Ihorolguiug KiiiMior of China to uxpeotedmit an early lily to inaku an itxttitiHlvo toe r through tho United Slates Ho in now in England Sir ltahnollllokllnluhnt a faro Ill dinner at the Mansion HOUHO London said that tho Ohinofo and Smith African wnr had oott Grunt Britain 1110000000 IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Tlifro aro 5BWUWiW of gold i tho U S Tnynurr- Tho totnalo crop of Florida llc yimr in 1000JDOO craliw Moro than 50000 toys and girls of Now York barn registered for adniiti nton to I ho vacation nohooln for tl u J Urnm Iwginuing In July Tim according to tho Con Mull Bureau own but SO pur cont of the country wealth hut they form approximately onrhalf of thu imputation Frank Ferguson of Calmer In found in n Misssnippl rivor clam largo pearl and sold it to J W Hurdof Blnok Rock Ark or1iWI Tho corn crop of Iho country for this year has Duce estimated by tho department of agriculture at UOOO 000000 bushels and tho wheat crop litI 725000000 bushels Late on the night of July 21 tho worst wreck in tho history of lima Pun Handlo Railroad occurred at 1ruhflillj Slatinn near Zonia 0 caused by n runaway car of coal crashing into paRI senger trniu No 2 which wan rnuniug at full fiRed Tho engineer cud rotmarl of tho passenger train woro killIetl also two metal clerks fifteen oth or persons were injured and train of seven care wan n total wren COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Throo prisoners broke jail at bit Vernon last Thursday evening Two wero caught ono oscnpillgB According to the Geological Survo report tho output of coil in Koutuck for UK nflliJGUHSOshort tons spot value li l2r70 Tho per ca ita for tho operation the public schools of tho Stato for thin year is S2H2 or IS cents less that tho d Pair capita for 11101cThere in considerable oxcitoniont i n Doll county over tho reported discov l1cry of a silver niino on land owned by Slushcr on Straight Creek Alvin Brown of Clay county sorv r iugn four yearn sentence at Ihnlllcj fort wits pnrdoned Friday h Beckhnm Drown in of con sumption u MoHHrH Golden aud Flora marblo cutters at Hichincud have the shop std good will of tho Dhtdiso- Monatiuontnl Works of Richmond of J T Hamilton Golden C FIo r attend personally to limo work ands ro vouched for by any brink or any Mourn in Richmond thultillos 4 autnmarferTHE CITIZEN IIIYOIJ OF PARAMOUNT IMPORTANCE h ParititH are your boys and girls in school If nut why aot7 Tho public schools in the rural dis hid of tho State urn nearly all in ses sion The public schools are main tallied for tho beuellt ofour boys non girls directly and indirectly for tho development and bot innout of tho country at largo through n better equipped and more thoroughly train ed citizenship It is of supremo importance that tho rising generation receive au ed ucation and them is no place whoro tho foundation for a good education youuiK so in tho public school It is not alone that tho teaching is 1uYb o boy and girl como into contact with tho classes ofarse whom in alter life they will have to d with and wile will most surely Imvo n positive influence on their life and future destiny whether they will or ot Tho education received iu the public Fchool is not alone front books that is comparatively narrow and ox elusive but from tho association with ones fellows and we learn to roteg nizo tho seals and rights of other and rualizo that tee are purof l1 Jirt liorioo l uegllguney0 nce sea your children Hot UiaSr tlmrt of this need N education you will bo an guilty lsillhdluy w nt coitary i for Man hall not live by bread alono Tho tiny is right upon us when a young or young woman can uo moro take Ids or her rue place i tho economy of tho world without uTeducation than a sliip meld y and mirathsfiilly navigate its way itcroHs tho ocean lacking a master mariner compass and chart If t1 n Iwyw and girls do not go to tin Holt liNa primarily with till Kilts thoy having tho authority to en owe attendance Parent for tho wolfaro of child ll tltepublln0 6mlliHSTATE GUARD ENCAMPMEN Mr J II Millikpn district pns on get gout of time L N railroad has l een to Mummoth Cave whoro ha has completed arrangomeuts for tho en cauipmcnt of the Kpiitucky Stnto Guards next mouth Mr Milliken thinks tram print indicationn tho- eticampmout will htt the boat attended historyn of Great attention hoe been paid to tho social features of tho coming en campmeut and not only that but at the request of tho Stale military anti orititM tho State exCut o committro f the 111 C A will have an aN ciatiou tout at tho encampment nu the tent will bo equipped with muga zicen and other periodicals nuwspa wra writing material gallsFHetc for tho enjoyment sad benolit of during their leisure hours Lastye average daily attendance at t1 tent wax WW 253 letters woro wri and mailed and the inllnoiico o mum was of Iho best Mr W W Brockmau ono of the State secretaries chargekorI Tho railroads have made n rate for visitors from July M to Aug 10 from every point iu Kentucky at about ono cent a mile Tho L it N will run n clnl train from Louisville leaving willsbo ANNOUNCEMENT of11e are authorized to announce Goo D White of Richmond as caiidi ate for Circuit Clork of Madison subject to tho action of tho Democratic party Wo aro authorized to announce Roy U Vhito as candidate for Circuit Clork in Madison county su to the notion of the Democratic pnftyr IlnFIFTY CENTS A YEAR SIX MONTHS 25 COLLEGE ITEMS Kenneth Caldwi11 is spending hiM vacation at homo at South Salem O trlllllnsillllhXkdurlug IiIII the fall JL Piukard is tvtfrKingon n steam ship liuo on Luke Michigan and is doing woll Mrs Bong matron nt Ladies Hall is spending pert of her vacation at Waverly N Y Miss Mice Milham has boon ap pointed fret assistant in the High School at Kssax Junction Vermont George G DllkI former student at Boron is now running a1 Itonll11 thresher for his uncle soar Hamilton Ohio Visa Glunn who loft hor portion in yothis year Miss Smith tho College librarian will return from her vacation which oho has pent at Lincoln Nob Thurwlity noxt Prof A S Hill hUll rosigncd his position as acting professor of Eng lisp in tho College and hay accepted the priuoipHlnhip of Williamsburg- o Academy Prof Hill loft Tuesday for Willlamsburg Hiss Daisy Coddington was pleas antly surprised at her home ou Center Street last Thursday it being h sevetituonth birthday After a merr evening of music and outdoor gainot rofrurfhments wore served nUll he friends imparted nt no early hour VACATION IIAYS- Vacation time is hen aud tho old are fairly living out of doors here could ho no healthier place for ugnillstthoair sports No uanolyrqusilH U RwWilts Witch llHwl Salvo fur quickly stopping pain or removing danger of tuucrsIrorcutNfcnldr t Hazel Salvtiforsoroscutsandbrnisi w wiys IJB Johnson Swift ToxlolL is tho hUH romudy ou tin inarkoU Sure corn for pllas and skin diwniftoH byBustn hitulTt en oloths and other much 01lt1Mrti cites It has a very cleansing effect cud if a little bo dissolved in tho wa ter only about halt tho moat amount of soap will bo required Commissioners Sale MILLIK Xfu risetc Plaintiffs against NAPOLEON TKHUILL ltC1 Difeudnuts Notice of Sale in Equity Ordodr rendered at tho April term thereof lX2 in tho above stylo cause tho uudersiguod will ou 1902nri miCtCIIcee expose to dHA Certain Tract Of Land Lying and being in Madison county Kentucky on tho headwaters of Sil vor Creek JI miles from Kingstoni all j milo from Berea ou vt Boron pike continuing IJI ncw- rnore or less Beginning at a hickory thence unlit 1JJG polls to two white oaks thence south iDI pole to a dog wool j thence N 631 W J02 poles to a white oak thence N 10 W 191 poles to tho beginning Said lands has ou it n dwolliug house good barn nn outbuildings is well funned and wa tercd having three neverfailing springs nud also Silver Creek running along one whole side of place Pos session given to purchaser on January lliKX1 ouba bo required to give hood wit approved security for tho payment 01l tho purchase money to have tho force and effect atn replevin bond bearing legal intermit from the day of sale with a Lion resurrect upon said prop arty until all tho purchase money im Il1ldrMaster Commissioner of Madison CourtS July r0 Dont Use- Spectacles Unless you need them and if use them bo sure thoy fit your t I will give thorough examination with the above instrument WEE OF CIIAIIOK which always indicates tho correct glasses to use II you dont need glasses I will toll you so Ta A Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main Street Richmond Ky ChantbeUaiuHy irover says Just co of the Pence Loomis Mich Thefo Tablets not only correct dill ordure of tho stomach but regulate tho liver and bowels Thoy lire easy to take and pleasant iuelfect Pnce 2lc per box Forsalo by S E WELCH CENTRAL KENTUCKY AND MADISON MONUMENTALWORKS Head stones urns monu JrRnitgoverned hv quality of ma renal1riceN reasonable Only firstclass work done All work guaranteed GOLDEN FLORA RICHMOND Ky Cnrtm of Main unit Colllni Street aaw TFtiiu sicitirr is OUT All Sadioville Ky was curious to leave tho cruise of tho vast improve un cut in tho health of Mrs S P Whittaker who had for n long time rtndured untold suffering from achron io bronchial trouble Its all duo to Dr Kings New Discovery writes her husband It completely cured her and also cured our little grauddaugh tor of a severe attack of Whooping ough It positively cures Coughs La Grippe Bronchitis all Throat and Lung troubles Guarau bottles f0c salt 100 Trial Lot tles free at all drugstores FOR HANDMADE FANCY WOODWORK fancyxnapkin rings in all colors Send your orders toIMISSES M AND L CARTER TUCardvery w on n wellmade 38tti Summer complaint is unusually prevalent among children this season A well dorelopal toes in the writers family was cured last week by the timely use of Chamberlains Colic Romedyommohl and which is always koptou hand at tho homo of yo scribe This is not intended as a freo puff for tho company who do not advertise with but to benefit little sufferers who ay not bo within nosy recess of n physician No family should ho without n bottle of this medicine in tho house especially in summertimo byTt It An Independent Weekly Devoted to the Interests of THE ROME IARM K SCHOOL 60 CENTS A YEAR Iapar gallon farmerx dying The Shoe Pinches Decaiiso it fits wrong Our shoes lit right and byliefitted to tho feet by salesmen skilled in tho art of correct foot fitting Anti our shoes are never sold above their worth Then why not find your next pair in our big stock Covington Banks RICHMOND KY Outfittors for Men and Boys 1 HAVING TILE LARGEST OF I will for time next CO days soil any saddle in tho shop at 10 per cent reduction ShtftlStrawPrices Quality T J MOBERLY RICHMOND KY Siicivssor to J T McClintock Main St Opposite Court House DR M Ee JONES tie Dentist C8 MillineryStore Office DaysThursday Friday and Saturday of each week xtctal Notlcr to Our lleiulirH Till paler U on file at till ofllre of The Chi men Inlir kvuti HHHOnllO Kwt Monnic Ktn t nuttrtnulrmrulirean for a tour of Inflection and nlglitifvinK eontoir remcnt or the ere In nuinectlon with the nmlii urn reef iictrnpapcr It II a tore treat xhonlJle Phone Phone Wall STOCK SADDLES IN KY Low guaranteed RICE RICHMOND KY Shoes Gents Furnish t IJames Rarer Bro are our agents in Ifarea Same prices in as Itichmoutl MEAT I have reopened the Mont Mar ket on Main Street Fresh Meats VcgctahlcsinM B RAMSEY Berea Ky THE VERY LATEST Go look around investigate the QUALITY end PRICE Then COME here we have a large assortment of Furniture upon which we can save you money If we have not what you want it is our specialty to get it quickly cud wo guarantee goods as represented GOCARTS y OLD HICKOKY For lawn or porch It is comfortable attractive ami will standexposure to rain and sunahin- eUNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY Night Day 4766JO Is in Our ARNOLD Hats ings4 Brea MARKET Sr JOPLIN Richmond KyJI The Radcliffe Shoe Ithe only 0 KShoe town Paper Line IiqBICKNELL EARLY a oNtNNIN NNNN NrNHit AONi 1Nt1NMN i i Douglas Crutcher ihave a fine line of ii t and Sum i Ienjoyyou their goods s i SEE THEIR LATEST I 1 9 IN OXFORDS I tt r r f l oj J THE CITIZEN TIE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON V THIRD QUARTER INTER NATIONAL SERIES AUG 3 Text of the Lcun Ex xl 1BH Mimury Vrrnpn 18Cnlden Test I o Cwiiinipntnrr Prepared bj llev U SIrCopyrleht l00 by American Press Asto elation h I 1719 And tho Lord upako unto MomH saying On the tlrst day of tin llrKl mouth shalt thou set up the tuber nude of the tent of the congregation Thus Moses was commanded and thus he did In every particular Just as he was commanded See verso lti and compare tIc sevenfold obedience In verses HI 21 Itf 7 3 This vholo chapter gives a twofold state meat of the completion nod erection of the tabernacle verses 1KJ the Lords command and 17T3 Moses obedience after which the Lord approves and ac cepts tho work About three months utter they left Egypt at Mount Sinai the Lord wild to Moses Let them make Mo n sanctuary that I tinny dwell among them and the full In structions concerning It and the priest LORI are found In chapters xxv to xxx while the account of the work as It was done Is found In chapters xxxv to xxxix mud In the lesson today we have the erection and dedication on the first day of the first month of the see ond year As with this building so with the temple of Solomon God Him wolf mad GUll alone was the architect I Chron xxvlll 10 A very peculiar thing about the material for the tuber niiclo wns the willingness of the people and the abundance of the gifts that Moses had to restrain the people from bringing chapter xxxvl U 7 3 21 And thou shalt put therein the ark of the testimony and cover the ark with the vale This wins time only vessel In time holy of holies nod spoke of Christ In whose heart was the law and who Is the end of the law for righteousness to every believer The wood and gold suggest Ills humanity and divinity He Is In deed our mercy seat How HI 25 U Vi whore alone Goo elm meet the sinner and tilt mull speaks of Ills body Heb x 10 which concealed the glory while He was here on earth The cherubim beaten out of the same piece of the gold of the mercy seat and also figures of the same worked in the vail tell of ills body the church and our oneness with Him K2S Awl thou shalt bring In the ta Lie end set In order the things that are to be Slit In order upon It and thou shalt bring In the candlestick and light the lumps thereof In these two vessels In the outer or first room the holy place we see Him who wild I am the Bread of Life I am tUe Light of the World John vl K vlll ll We see Ills death and resurrection In the sowing and reaping of tho grain and Ills sufferings ore also set forth In the grinding of the grain lohn xll 24 Isa xxvlll 28 His sufferings lire also seen In the pressing or bruising of the olives to obtain oil for the lumps KZi And thou shalt set the altar of gold for the Incense before the ark of the testimony and put the hanging of the door to the tabernacle This was the third and only other article of furniture in the holy place and on it the priest was to burn in cruse morning and evening Ex xxx 7 61 It suggests the merits and ex cellencies of the Lord Jesus In Ills present great work of Intercession for Ills people for apart from Him no service can he accepted 6 And thou shalt set the altar of the burnt offering before the door of the tab crnuclo of time tent of the congregation This brazen altar or altar of burnt offering represents the work of Christ on Calvary suffering In our stead for our sins It wits Just within the court by the entrance mid there was blood upon It and at the foot of 1L It was Impossible to enter the tabernacle ex cept by this altar so that any who would not accept the way of the blood could nut possibly enter 7 3003 And thou shall set the laver be tween the tent of the congregation and the altar and shall put water therein While the brazen altar proclaims jus tlllcutlon anti also that phase of uanctl Mention which refers to our standing in Christ before Goo nom v 0 lieu x 10 ln the laver points to the con tinued cleansing In dally life by the word of led John xvll 17 xlll 10 PH uxlx Ol 8 33 And thou shall set up the court round about and hang up the hanging at the court gate This linen fence hung upon wooden plllnrx Bud attached to thjjm by silver hooks each pillar standing In a socket of brass and kept upright by cords at tached to brass plus driven In tho earth Is nil suggestive of redemption by blood the righteousness provided for us and the way we are kept by tho power of God A pillar could not be n part of the tabernacle while it stood rH u tree III the forest but It had to be cut down and put upon a new founda tOIl This suggests the new birth We fire plainly told In let xix 8 that tho line linen In time righteousness of saints Oiailtoth the high priest nnd hU sons and time tabernacle and all Us vessels hind to be anointed for nip were Set apart to be holy unto the Lord and to minister unto Him His special pos Kisxlon sot apart for Himself meet for Ills use Tit 14 II V Pa iv 3 II Tim II 21 Si Tho glory of the Lord titled the tabernacle So He will Oil us If we uro willing and obedient nod wholly set apart for Himself our bodies u living sacrifice that He ninny be glorified In us our de termination that of Paul In Phil i 20 III 10 etc u3S Tho pillar of cloud was to them a guide u light a shield an or acle an avenger a covering for God Himself wits in it It was the symbol of Ills presence In the eight of all tbu people 1 RELIGIOUS THOUGHT Gems Gleaned Prom the Tmchlnv of All Denomination Procrastination Is the thief of sonli Ilcv X U Lw Methodist Denver A Itraiunnblp Service nollRlon la a reasonable service Ilev G Stair llaptUt Itrookly- nIlnulU of Inloxlrnllon More thaw halt of vrline Is due to Intoxication llev J II Xliin Luther nn Akron O nod Discipline Merciful Gods severest illsclnllne always merciful llev Dr Carson Presbyte rlim Brooklyn Thunderbolt of Omnipotence You cannot expect to welch the tluiii dcrbults of umnlpoteuceln un upothc carys balanccit The Late ItevP LH Witt TalumgeKnnilamenOl Imv of DelnK Vicarious sacrlllce Is not only a Rrcnl truth of theology but It la a funila mental law of beliiK llev A U Kin solving Episcopal Brooklyn The Xeed of Action What we need Is action The glory of the Iord depends upon those whit will take hold and more forward llev A C Ward Baptist Atlanta Trusting Fellow Men No man can find the true Got anywhere among the principles that nctu Ate men who distress their fellows llev W n Downey Methodist Phil delphla Not Merely Blind Assent To believe Is not n blind assent ot the mind to an unintelligible truth but n must rational and manly Intellectual function llev Father Michael Catb ollc Plttsburg The Mlitton of Sorrow Unless one has known sorrow out cnn never know Joy and unless out has jicen the shadow one will know the light llev Dr Eaton nlerI tlst Cleveland O Secret of Greatness To give oneself to n cause to be ready to sacrifice to that cause sell and everything connected with self Is the secret of greatness llev Dr Al sop Episcopalian Brooklyn The Function of rtellclon The function of religion Is to enrich and deepen life to make It more mellow and more beautiful mora full ol satisfaction and IiinplratlonTlev P II Hlnckler Unitarian Philadelphia Founded In Ilemon Every truth at the foundation of Christian faith Is reasonable Not all can be discovered by reason but when once discovered they are compatible llev S C Leaven Methodist Chicago A Dishonor to the Church Some in the church by their unholy and inconsistent lives arc a dishonor to the church and unfit for use God cannot use them The Christian Is one wbo Is made clean and set apart for the use of the Master Itev Dr Hoi derby Presbyterian Atlanta Ga Aim of Christian Effort No man can win a worthy prize without n tremendous effort The prize la the reward of victory Moral likeness to Christ ought to be the aim of nil Christian efforts To dream of the glory and felicity of heaven la our priv ilege Her G It Vonburgh Baptist Denver SplrltaalUIn the Mind When the mled la spiritualized the kingdom of Goo will stand revealed and we shall nil become partakers of the divine nature discovering that la time kingdom of God all are gods By time Incarnation of the Christ elements and purposes It man made perfect llev P E Mason Spiritualist Brook lyn Operation of Divine Grace The operation of divine grace U ex ceptional There are penalties affixed to the violation of all laws This Is true of the laws of nature of health and of God But by the mystery of three cross even the condemned Is for given and the guilty goes free llev Dr Wilson Methodist Danbury Conn The Mission of angering Suffering comes to unveil character to disclose the real motives and purpose of ones Inner self It brings about a demonstration of the powers of God under conditions most adverse and distressing as seen In the Inde structible integrity of those who trust l11IIHe Dr Landruui Baptist At lauta Ga The Wider Goal He alone lives wisely with ever wid ening hope and courage and strength who sees beyond tbu moment to time wider goal toward which be moves and In time light of which every step ho takes wins a wider and nobler mean Ing That nation alone U great whose policy Is born of wide and noble ilreams Rev W II Puliford Episco palian Chicago Breaking a Frlendlr Stone An old custom was for friends to write their names on stones and break them each taking a part that would match the other and always vouch the Identity of him who presented It Who nov offers to break a friendly stone with us It Is the Christ himself That will be the happiest day In heav en when we can match the white stone Jesus gives us and be called his per tonal friend llev Dr Alonzo Monk Methodist Atlanta Clearing Away Mliconceptlon Our Intellectual tread will be time firmer for clearing away one mlscon fcptlon The reason craves for cer tainty and all convincing proofs of 1m mortality It Is not enough that wo guess and hope We want to prove immortality from the viewpoint of science It seems not unreasonable that If God makes his earthly child to live In this physical realm he may desire to have him continue to live In an other life Many things strengthen the hope God dwells in eternity not In that brief moment of time named sew enty yearRev Dr IlllU Congregi MiuiU t Brooklyn 4 GERMAN DRINK PROBLEM Startllnic Figures Lend to Action lir the Irunlnn Did A resolution has beet proposed and adopted without opposition In the Prus slue diet rcqucHtliiK the ministry to prepare n bill to Impose more rigid re Htrlctloim on the liquor trnllle says the Philadelphia llecord Count IhuiKlan asserted that the Germans spend ilOOO OOOOuO murks iOOOOOOOI u year In drink twice the amount ef the com bined army and navy budgets One third of time intimates of Insane asylums In Germany tire victims of Intenqur mice SO per cent of the Idiots are the offspring of Intemperate parents and time number of persons convicted of crimes has Increased from 1KK11MI In 1882 to 478ias In ISJO Time liquor bill of time United Slates runs up to something like 1000000 000 a year Adding 50 per trot to this to arrive at the test of drinks as sold over the bar It will be Keen that the nation upends twice na much ns the German fur this Item says a writer In the New York News We are nearly twice as numerous n people ns lire time Germans however and the price of drinks la much higher III this country moreover the average earnings of Americana are greater The figures quoted by Count Douglas therefore may well give German statesmen food for thought It may be interred from Count Douglas remark that In Germany as lately In Frniuv there has been observed n tendency toward an enlarged consumption of ardent spirits The remedy adopted by the French government wits a remis lIon ef Internal taxes nu wines anti u heavy Increase of taxes on distilled liq uors and the effect has been as expect ed brandy lens been superseded art n drink to u large extent by wine which of nil alcoholic beverages Is the least noxious A similar treatment of the problem by time German government la not iwsslble Wine grows only In a comparatively few districts of time Ger tone empire and nay encouragement of the consumption of leer to offset schnapps would probably not be deemed desirable Just how the Prussian guvcrmnrtil will inert the problem rcuuil s to lw Seoul Time question Is of worldwide Interest and every experiment In the rvji ulatlon Bud restriction of drlnUap adds something to time smith of titimnu knowledge anil will be nldful to lfKllmi d who may have to led with the mui subject TEMPERANCE IN CANADA Strong llenlrltllon Plated mi Hit lil nor Trntllr Whatever may be the result of Un vote It Is quite clear that time cmine of temperance In Ontnrioand Indwd ln time whole Dominion will not dovlntf from Us onward umrch declare a writer In time llcvlow of Hiviews Sid by side with the lung continued prohi bition agitation have been sucfitwful efforts In bringing about n greater stringency hi the license laws Strong restrictions have bwn made III the sale of liquor 08 It applies to certain IKT eons hours and legal holidays The reduction of licenses during time post quarter of a century has also been most marked In Ontario during this period timrn licenses leave been reduced from 4703 to 2021 shop licenses from 1307 to JOg wholesale Hccnxea from G2 to 21 and vessel license from 33 to none This decrease represents one license to 700 people as against one license to 27S people twentylive yenta ago Of the 750 organized municipali ties 141 have no tavern license 433 have nut more than two while 025 are without a shop license These facts will entourage prohibi tionists to greater activity and confirm ninny of those In their opinions who believe that time present license laws best serve the cause of temperance It may therefore be concluded that If prohibition be debated Funiperuuco will still hold on Its way or If successful there will be for the law n general observ ance Vmlnnlilc Kdiicnllonnl Scheme A wideawake HUpcrintcndent of set entitle temperance Instruction at Grand Junction Colo has written to every teacher In her county offering prizes of 8 and 10 fur the lest essay on Thu Effect of Alcohol on the Heart How They Slicned the tledice Now that weve signed the pledge said Ulmplt to Dot Not to use alcohol and tobacco why not Ask our dolllcH that live In Dulllklnvllle To sign the pledge tour I nm sure that they will They have not touched tobacco nor seal ed strong drink It Is true answered Dot yet I certain ly think That In signing tho pledge Is the only sate way For one never can tell what may happen some day So they sat In a row lust as straight as could be Isabella Samantha and pretty Marie Dlack Knislua young Cusar Augustus the prig And old Uncle JeJIah with glasses and wig Then the maidens explained to each doll with much care That twas harmful to drink or to smoke or to swe And they told how Important It was that folks should i Take the pledge and then keep Itlf they would be good When the pledges were brought every doll wrote Its name While the girls meld their hinds which of course was the same For the dollies could not without help write a word Dut most willingly signed no objection was heard Then salt Dimple I hope that this prom lie you make You will neer be so foolish ma false as to break And theyve all kept their word and Im sure always will And a temperance town Is this Dolllkln vlllt Acntf E Valentine IniUnlon Signal 11 t11HOMELN11NNN111 tJKITCHEN HELPS There is nothing hotter for ulonuiug steel knives than kerosene moistonei with lino ashes and whoa pulling away stool knives Glenn carefully rut with Hwcet oil and wrap in pnnor n fold between thetbladcM luted wart should be wrapped in blue tismio paper then in unbleached cotton llannol 1iitty is good for mending tin or gran ito vitro Work tho putty u uti I smooth thou use a knife for filling the hole To situ towels mid leashing make towulH of pieces of old soft cloth and liming up data to tho towels These sum bo iwed when the hauls must be frequently washed mid they HIIVO tho towels wonderfully Thu teapot will not become ntained anti coated if it is emptied immediately after using wiiHlnil Hcaldml a n d thoroughly dried Much time and laltor is saved by tilling HiiucepniiH with hot soda water tm there is time to wash them and soda is excellent for cleaning tinware If tho stove is rubbed with novvspajkir every day it will not need to Im polishedso ofton and a very greasy stove uhould bo washed ofT with strong soda and wutor while it in cold mid theziiicjumlor the stove should bo wip eta oil with u cloth dipped in kerosene In polishing the stove the blacking shotild IHJ mixcil with turpentine aunt made very thin Keep plenty of washing clothn for till dishes fur it is bettor to burn tho old cloth niter two or three days use than to spend time in washing it It is not possible to wash dishes they will lit Nhiniugl clean without plenty of hot miter and when the disho urn ready to bo washed fill tho diihpan half full of hot wau r and dissolve enough pearlinu in it toinakoitRtrong suds thou riiis iu hot Cuter and the grunt what to bear in mind is to wash rinse and dry as quickly as possible A M 11 in 1ndSnilAtrlU- SEFUL HINTS Where n sowingroom in not available the hcnniHtrohs will find n rug In linen crash perhupi two yards squaro a great convenience This may put under the machine sowing chair nndcutliugtableandvillkeepscmIk and bits of thread front tho carpet and In turn protect delicntu fabrics Cronllhu dust of tho lloor It oun lanmlored spring and fall and kept in service indefinitely Tho white lead that is used in paint ing in oils and which may bo bought at any slop where art Paints are sold is tho Ixvitandsimplitsthorlof cument to relent china It is to durable that dishcH mends with it can withstand water TO SAVI unit tuiiiu Prom frightful disfigurement Mm Nannie Galleger of ln Grange On applied Bnrklenfl Arnica Salvo to great sores on her head nod face nail writes ilH qniek euro exceeded all her hoNW It works wonders iu Suns Hruiwfl Skin Eruptions Cnts Bunm Scalds null Piles 2Tic Cure guar nniiod by all drugstores Reduced to FIFTY CENTS A YEAR New Idea WomansMagazine lilT Formerly One Dollar Q IIFashionfore the American public Itshows 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 shows the very fashionable New STYUBS made from NEW IDEA PAT Tessa which cost only toe each Send Five Cents Today forsilntlu copy of the Nw IDIA WOMANS and see what treat value tor the money It an CIYi you THE NEW IDEA PUBLISHING CO 699 Bradwy New Yult N y TIII IIKST IIMMINTI oKhTiiAiss Mr F II WollH the merchant nt Door Park Long Island N Yf says I always recommend OlmmhurliuiiH Iuin Balm nK tho boat liniinont for strains I used it lust winter fur n Hovoro lameness in tho side resulting from n strain nod WIIH greatly pious wl with tho quick relict and euro it of footed For sale by S E WELCH Ju The Citizen FIFTY CENTS A YEAR r THE SCHOOL I 111 1 MOTHERS OF TOMORROW Tho Old Idea and tho Now Tho following front urn of our ex change is too good to lose thought- vo have forgotten tho iinino of the change Tlioru hits boon according- to history an idea iu the world that education WIIH intended for IKIVH and toys only that vonmn had no of Boy look knowlwlgo moro than to road write and figure n little thai to educate a girl wax waste of energy limo mat money and too that nil ed ucation would not and exult not l o of any advantage to the female sox Tilings lor girls to know were how to fipin weave wash sow uook and all suet drudgery work as might need to Im done iu hMmi kM piigaiid when she advnmvd beyond thin slue was getting on forbidden grounds for a woman Such was oiioe the prevailing idea In regard to the education of mho fe male sox and event Inday source of our people cling to that sumo noiwtunaienl idea Tho girls should know how to do all those things mentioned rend remora Tile old hitor this being a Hullloient knowledge for n girl has sere abiin doiunl bv oiir Isat and moat hroiid mindixl pk oplo Tliay WH that to wl ncatc the girls of our land meals more than eon roiitentmtnit for that sox ou tho contrary meaim true happineM and prosperity fur the ris ing generation Tim girls of today are to ho moth era of to morrow and oh how thank CIIIII boy or a girl Hhould lw who has au cduoatwl mother An fduentcd mother almost m v ns niiiMlticnlcil son rfllpoorlysnot It is time mother who huts the everlasting tiiillunnco over son or daughter and for Iliaae rmsoiM if for no other give us uduwitvd woman oinon with au all round education until ChrUlinn woman So give us rightly educated moth ens not we will Imo lew troublo with tho young generation cowl fcwsr lawyers fewer prinonx fewer hlieriifH and have fewer driinkanls Wo will have Wore schools and Iwltor ones more clmrohcH and ivottor uuMiilwrs iMtttur oitimiiri and IwKernnil liapt air hotiitw Iliiuimiity will then htanil ou it higher anil noblor plnno than ovtir hCorSfullI INbrcwfiesgVofr4 FORESTRY MFort fltry nay brinllf IMI doflinxl us tho soionco of couwirvativo lumlHir ing time management of a fonwt iu n WilY to secure n financial return to tho owner to protect to erpvtuate and ta prove the younger forest as to ill t1ro permaucnw r THE FARM I 1 AMERICAN FARMER FAVORED The American farmers nm letter supplied with nil tho improved linplo HHMitH for reducing timeout of produc lion than those of any other country nut American implements lire largely exported Kortiliwira especially tho phosphate nro also cln uM r here than elovhoro hut Ito European farmer who depends nuwtly upon Imml hilior mists morn nmnitro tall fertilizer read secures tho lorgwry iolds bocnuw ho In dompollcd to derive lime most that Is possible from n limited area While tIll American farmur will not coinpol women mill children to work in tho Holds im in Kuropo yet ho hits hotter implements nut oan Hrfonn tho required swico nt its low cost nu in Uiuopo Where limo mistake is mndo in in threading the innnuro over too largo n mirfiio1 and in bestowing labor over too much laud Instances urn known whom IfiuinorH havopeciired nA miioh an UJO bushels of corn jwr now in this tromp try hut suet wax obtained only by goal cultivation good soil mind n plea tiful supply of innnuro- Tho foul that n large yield cnn ho secured or possible should encour age every farmer to grow larger crop ou each stern I f ax innoh tan ho no cured from fifty acres us was formerly dorivod from 1CU timer in lefty nuns Itwis to comu under limit workof ho farmer Bud the sturdier area wilt also IxHXHiie moro valuable every year for tho tca oii that it reeoivos mow fortil iwr Bud in nmdo moro cnpahlo of pro ducing larger crops each MicCivdlng tkHiKou lhnfnetthntsanegrowerof- strstlerrits prodiuixl lOlO quartz par non in one HOUHOII a in of tom ro oordfd should innko till grower of only 2JOUipiart t per non dittHntWiod tustisu UHf larger crop can ho Hold at only cent par piart over expoum sad n of tWO per noro I5 very hinting of gnilu or jKiuiid of lIMY produced over tho uvurago IH sf iiiiioh pill for the rtwon that the first cost iniiHt IM rout hy the er whether the yield is largo or 111111111IIt takes just at much time to harrow plnnt amt cultivate tint produce but ten bushels of corn its it do is for nn tiers Hint yields 100 hiifthetM Then is u certain cost that must always IM burnonnd if thoyiuld law tot eomHiiiHRto for this ulp4lnRO the farmur will sooner or later Ixvonio bankrupt Hvory farmer therefore HhouKI nim for larger yields by using moro 1M limo ant fertilizers Ho sltouldtrotnttonqttosavelalorwheroj denvor to apply leis Inter with time object of having it return to him n nnuh larger profit than before Se- lId Ilor twenty years I hud ben n lit ITlrr fran bronchial troubles accom with n hacking tough I at tints MillVrod front extreme nervous prostration About four rears ago I began taking Hi pnna Tubules and Hitler thou I have used thom prulty coiiHtnntly rarely retire at night without taking my Tabulo old find they keep my digestive organs which naturally mire weak in guest valor and they alno allay my tend oncy to nervousness and make me sloop AT DRUGGISTS The five cent packet is enough for an ordinary occasion The family bottle six ty cents contains a supply for a year BEREA COLLEGEFounded Places the Best Education in Reach of All Ovor HO ToncliorH 8OO StwlontH from ISO StutOH Larjjost Colloifo Library In Kontiicky NO HALOUNH Trade Schools Carpentry Printing Housework Nursing two years Model HelioolH General Kducation anti lilting for advanced conrbOH For those iiifllcitnlly advanced to yet n teachers certificate Applied Scloiico Two yoars course with Agriculture for young men and Domestic Science for young Indies Normal OoiirHO Two years with practice touching Academy OoursoFour years fitting for College for biiHinoKs ann College Coiirwo Literary Scientific Classical for life nitiHlo liood Organ Choral free Vocal Piano Theory We are hero to all who will help them selves toward n Christian edu cation Our instruction in a froo gift Studentn pay a mini incidental fee to moot expenses of tho school apart from instruction mid must also pay for board in advance Expenses fur term 12 woollll2IloII of which 11 to 21 must ho paid when the studentouters Tbn school is ondorsel by BnptiHts CongregntionnllatDisciples Method ints Presbyterians anti good people of all For information Bud friendly advice addrww the Secretary WILL O GAMWL12 Heron Madison Co Ky V I J THE CITIZEN rJG ERII rI KiiKlnecrliiK NOWM ilim rHnH II rnngo Under tin Invention of a 1rcnclniiiiii primarily inirinUil fur inllltnry two lint which run iilxo III iitiliiil In oiiKliicir lilt rvconnnliwniirc work S Ill coimtrurlloii tin npiinrnttiM con HlHtH Of tVl imnilld tl lpHPIiH like II- Iontlimry JlolilBlmw lilted with long Ill ugu lenaes iiinl ciiniiiKtiil togt r hy two hnrH which HH irrgnigtil tu tjlIllO 0110 Wlllllll till lltlllT so to 1JllHt lit pnnillnl lltits of Night to tin Imllvlihtfll wlilth liitwceu tht eyim of tliu olwirvor Tlio fociiHlng In done III lilt onllniiry milliner nnil lIu ijijm ratiiH will NTVO nil the pnrpo iit of n first rate llfliljclnmi 1At tint ivc eiul of tin tchwopf how iviT tiro two Hinnll pivoted levcra ewli carrying at IU toni n double rvfriullii i 1IMIIIAU ATTArillU TO HANOI rlXlI1DC- r lIULIItIJA hIrtlirjr then IIIITV tilt effect of pnxliirln two lifMiwuH III tlit llhl of vMon uwr liiixiB il or utitHilIng rurtlcnlljr one ilium tH atlicr TIll illnlnucc In tI niHtfd liy wlNwrvlitg how mtwh utw tin ngc rover the other mill a mule nrnuigetl by HlKlitliuc IIJKHI n HMD or i Imrncimui NUthiltnl ut known dtetniicttK fr iii t1M otatirrur DUKmnxt ut n foot WMltT HHil of n CNvulrriMn with MtilcM HtUrliul Ht inlntwl on the IOIITI1M of the tvlMrotte for say rfrfint nUll n ro4ctiI by MMI xlmilrM at tbo object IIIM of the Ilium th liMtruiHMit It first nil 1jUh1 to UW i tifT width IHHWWM tint ijfH ami then foeniHHl MJHHI tilt oi if Jtit Tlite dotte two Itrlttma nn turned Into hr hints of teM nml the J I two IIIMKW butt HllflHlr It tin beh of tint lower man fur pxuMniv tOUo1HoM bout the middle uf thi npr IOMKV sill llWJHMttoN Of the 1UHU lIlNfRHIH Iiowfj that the obj rt to TOO turtrrm or about JUKN fwt itiMnt If the lm- IIC of OH IIHIH MWUM tu RtnwlillmUj UK heAl or the our the ills Ittiiet In lloo tnoieni or tt412 ret- SRrIAtt ilnr tn Iltnr IrIlKJlnsruiiliM or Htnr nut ra mdo at Hut IVruvlnii stutlou of tint Ilnrrnnl culluRv wlworvntory nt Arwjuliw hiae thut In coruiii rlu tt rs n InrjTf Sb 0ihiowis of tht ntarK nru Hrloillcfilly nirlulilo In light Out of 1UOOO ntnrn ivxinilntil nion tlmn tM sire varlnble In SIlO vlimtur SI 1 thorp nre 1IK variable nntl In othitn 125 85 nnil 61 iirliililfs rwiHttlvuly In other chins Irw thtn nn few or no vnrlnblni In tin IliiKtiT Uiiu Kti Contnurl OS out of lui mrlabloH haw jKtrlmlH of lse tlmn Ul hourri flu loncoxt inrlwl yet ili Irnnliuil U 1m day niul till Bhortoitt Is hours nnd It iiiIiuittH I uliliir llullrr Ieril Iur lulor A novel boiler fowl In tilt Hpocbil too bun of tin Chnbochtf Ktiiiin motor oar Tin lMller Is of tin lliiHh typo ooiiNlyt lug of mimrroiH culls of stool totting hit tin fwd rnlor Instisiil of liilns piniKHl dltvclly through tin anile fortMil undiT irt BNurv of air nt to IMj iMiuiulH JKT viiunro Inch from 54i vos nt till ilrlvuro iide No prwwur rtinnliiB In this bolli r whim the cnr N ijiMtl hut till prtHwuro In the water rlminltcr Hurvod to mart the car without pumping In water by hand nit In other hush htoittiris llnrlrrln In n Su Iminliijr llulli A oiirloui obsorvutloii has boon made by n Wurniun lmclorlotoKl In n ntudy of the mloro orKiinlmiiH of a constantly until HNvlnuuliiK bath The number of biioterlii wiio found to lueroase regular ly during Urn IIrt day after tlio bath wtm newly tilled with water and thou to deerwiHC constantly There was evl dunce that tint decrease could nut ho due to the action of light liar to soul mentatlDii nor to luck of foot The fontliiHlon reached wins that It result id from struggle of bacteria with ouch other many being destroyed Niivrl Street IlunliliKc Hrvlrr The anplmlt streets In Geneva N Y Suns kejit clean by till use of a novel Hushing appiiratim of local donlKii It oimlMtf of a long perforated pljte con neeteil with the nearest lire phiB by n line of hose supported at Interval on wooden wheelrf When the water turned on tit the plug or hydrant It Is dlKclmrKed through the perforations of till pipe which Is dragged diagonally from the crown of the street to till gutter by n pair of horses The Tub at Water Cure The tutu of water cure Is the latest thing In medical science It originated III Vlcuutut t where they are very IIctlO- it In the pursuit of mctlioilx to make tLisick people well Wounds hnrim nil illMciiHcx Involving loll IIIIrt1l11 loss of Integument hcnellt greatly liy the lnh tliruo times a duty thus offering reI ipiqnt refreshment to till milTcrlng body In the east of severe minus es pecially the tub treatment U said to ba it godsend i WHAT A TALK IT 111If that mirror of yours show aa jnllndlClon tho skin its liver trouble but Dr KingH Now Lifu Pills rigulato tho liver tho blood give clear skin Only25c BlackRock Dy RALPH CONNOR IIo wont through thus papers careful ly laying them down without n word while she waited anxiously almost 1m pHtlontly tar him to spunk Voll shut askcil using isis own wordu to hor should goV I do not know ho replied Thnt for you to deride You know all the lIrtIIIIISlu ulsctw The lutturg toil till I lor tone curried u feeling of slump IKilntinent lilt tilt not appour to care rho itstnto ore larger he askwl- VcH largo enough twelve thousand n your And titus your motherinlaw any one with hurt Shu hUll friends Jut an site says none nonr of kiss Her nephew looks sifter the works Iron works you know lilt lUll Nlmnw In thesis SItu In evidently very lonely ho on svereut gravely What shall I doV she asked and I knew she was waiting to hear him uruo her to stay but he shut slot tlllI or nt luHst BHVO no booth I cMiinol yM 1m reixwtiHl quietly Thero are mnny things to consider Tlio istatim The vstHtim seem to trouble you the replied almost fretfully lilt looked tip In suirin1e I wonder ed at lllH HhlWIIOH- HYw time isetistes ho went on nnd toiMHtH I Kuppofto your motherinlaw ywir Mttlo Mtrjorles future your own future Tim ostites sure In cnimblo hand I KtHHrid su i oteM sItu tinted ami my future df nwdn upon what I choobO my work to be lint ono cannot shift onoi rwponM bIHUwC he rvplletl gravely These iMtaten tlivM tenants hal come to you mul with them eoino duties I do not want them site cried That Itt Issue gnat possibilities of Rood Iw ski kindly UI iMd thought that iwrhaps there M work fur me hero site miggastcd timidly Urant work he hastened to soy You Imvo shone great work but you will do list whorover you go The only iinwtlon Is where your work lies Houi think I should go 1110 mid suddenly and n little bitterly I cHimot bid you stay ho answered steadily How con I goT she cried appealing to him Must I goT How ho could resist that appeal I could nut nndorirtand His face was cold and hurt ant ills voice was al most harsh as ho replied If It U right you will go you must go Then else burst forth I cannot go I shall stay here Sly work hero My heart Islwnj How Olin I got You thought It worth your while to stay hero and work Why should oat IT Thu momentary gleam in his eyes died out nail nguln he Mid coldly This work With clearly mine I am needed lucre Yes youl she cried tier voice full of pain You ore mtxliod but there Is no need of me Stop Stopl ho said sharply You must not say so I will say It I 111111 say It site cried her voice vibrating with the In tensity of tier feeling Itknow you do not hoot mo You have your work your miners your plans You steed no otto You are strung Hot and hor voice roo to a cry I am not strong by myself You have made me strong I came here a foolish girl foolish aunt nclllsh and narrow lout wnt me grief Three years ago my heart died Now I am living again I nm a Avoinnn now no longer n girl You have douse this for mo Your life your words your self you have shown mr lI better a higher life than I hud ever known be fore and now you send me n vny Site unused abruptly llllnd stupid fool I unld toA myself Ho hold himself resolutely ILl hand answering carefully but his voice had lost Its coldness nUll was swiiit nuts kind Have I done this for Then surely Got hits beets good to incV Ami you have helped mo more tlmn any words could tell you Helped sIte rllIon McornfuUy Yes hellllllbo auswvrcd wonder lug nt her scorn You can do without my help suIte wont on You uusulce coplo help you You will get many tod help you Hut I need help too Site was standing ltero1 him with her hands tightly Her face was vale and her eyes wiero deeper than over He satlookingJ up at lice In n kind of utinzoiuus site poured out tier words hot nndfnst I am not thlnkln of you lilt cold ness tutu hurt her tleeply I urn self ish I tutu thinking of myjclf How Bhall I do I have grown to depend on you to look to you It Is nothing to you that I go but to sue i She did not tlaro to finish I Ky this tIthe Craig was standing before her hlH face deuthly little When sIte came to the outs of her worilw ho saul In voice low sweet iind thrilling with emotion Ah If yon only knew Do not miiko im forget myself You do not guess what yon sure doing What nm I doing Wlnit there to know hut that you tell mo easily to Sho was struggling with the tears sIn WHH too proud to let him fee He put hilts ha titus resolutely behind him looking at her as If studying her ftiee for the first time tnder IsIs searching look she dropped her eyes and the warm color tti iso slowly ui In to her neck mid face Then IIH If with n sudden resolve site lifted her eyes to IsIs and looked back at him tot III itch bigly He started surprised drew slowly near put Isis hands upon her shonl tIers surprise giving place to wild joy SIte never moved her eyes They drew him toward her I lit took her face be tween hits hands smiled lithe lice eyes klxmil her lips She did not move lie stood back front her threw up IsIs hend and laughed aloud Sho came to him put her head upon Isis breast ami lifting up her taco said Klsn me He put Ills nrnm about her bent down stud kissed her lips again stout then rev orontly her brow Then putting her hack from him Jut still holding Irnthu her bunds he cried No you slmll not gel I shall never lot you go She save a little sigh of content and smiling sit him Mild 9 run BII slow Hut even as she spoke tho llutdi shies from her nets and sIte shuddered Never he almost shouted Noth ing Bhall take you away We slmll work here together Ah It wo could If wo only could slit said piteous Why lIotr lie demanded fiercely You will send mo uwny You will pay It right for me to go who re plied widly- Do wo not love cocli other was his ImpNtlcnt Htwwer- Ah yw my love she soul lint love slot nil Nor cried Craig nut love In the best Yes she eels widy love Is the bet and It Is for lovoa mko we will do the host Thir Is no better work tlmn Intro Sur ly tills beet And he plctund his ptans before her Sue hiMosiwh wigurhy Oh If U should bo right sIte cried I will do whit you nay You are good you Ant wise You shall tell me She eouid not Imvo recalled Isbn bet ter He stood silent some moments then burst out imwtloimtoly- Vhy then his love come to us We ilk not seek It Surely love In of Gosh Does God miKk us- He threw himself lisle his chair pouring out isis words of pnwloimtu protoiitatlon She llntenitl sinlllng then es sac to htm and thnehih Isis hair n mother might her childs said Oh I am very happy I wins afraid you would not cart ansi I could not br to go that way You shall not go ho cried aloud as It In pain Nothing cast make that rightHut she only sold You shall tell m tomorrow You cannot see tonight but you will see nnd you will toll me He stood up nnd holding hulls her hand lookout long Into her eyes then turned abruptly nwny and went out She stood whore he loft her for some moments her face radiant ouch her hands pressed upon her heart Then she came toward my titus She found me busy with my painting but as I looked up and met her eyed slut lush ed slIghtly and sold ijulte forgot you So It appeared to me You henriir And Haw I replied boldly It would have been mile to Interrupt you see Oh I am so glad and thankful Yes it was rather considerate of me Oh I dont inenn that tint Hush dcejHJUlng I glad you know I have known sonic tlm6 How youths you I only knew today uiybolf I hare eyes Shut lushed again Do you mean that people she begun anxiously No I am not people I have eyes nnd my eyes have besot opened Opened Yes by love Then I told liar openly how weeks ago I struggled with my heart and mustered It for I saw It was vain to love her because she loved a better until who loved her in return She looked ut me shyly and wild I am sorry Dont worry I said cheerfully I didnt break my heart you know I stopped It in time Oh Bho said slightly disappointed Then her lips begun to twitch and she went ort into n Ut of hysterical laugh ter Forgive we she sold humbly Lint you speak as If It had bean a fever Fever Is nothing to It I wild solO emnly It was n near thing At which slit went oft again I was Slits to seo lice laugh It gave mo time to recover my equilibrium and It re lieved her Intense emotional strain So I rattled on some nonsense nbout Craig and myself till I saw site wits giving no heed but thinking her own thoughts nnd what these were It was slot hard to guess Suddenly she broke In upon my talk Ho will tell mo that I must go tram him I hope ho is no such fool I saul emphatically and somewhat rudely I fear for I confess I was impatient with the very possibility of separation for these two to whom love meant so much Some people take this sort of thing easily and name not so easily hilt love for n woman like thin comes once only to a nun ii and thou he car rIots It with him through the lengths of his life and warms his heart with It In death And when a man smiles or sneers nt such lovo as this I pity him anil say no word for my speech would bo III nn unknown tongue So my heart win store as I suit looking up at this woman who stood before me Aver lowing with the Joy of her new love and slimily conscious of the coming pain Hut I souls found It wan vain to urge my opinion that she should rt main and share tIme work and life of the toast she loved She only answer ed You will help him nil you cast for It will hurt him to have me go Time quiver III her voice took out all tilt anger from my heart and before I knew I hud pledged myself to do all I could to help him Hut when I came upon him that night sitting III the light of his fire I situ he must be let alone Some bat tles we light side by Bide with com rades cheering us and being cheered to victory hilt there are lIghts we may not share and these are deadly fights where lives art lost and won So I could only lay my hand uixm his shoul der without n word I lit looked up quickly read my fuceand said with a groan You know I could not helllI lint why groanShe will think It right to go hs stilt desperately Then you must think for her You must bring some common sense to bear ui on the question I cannot see clearly yet he said The light will come May I show you h6w I see IU I nuked Go on Iii said 1or nn hour talked eloquently even vehemently urging the reason and right of my opinion Site would be do Ing no more than every woman dots more than she dill before Her erinlaw had n comfortable home all tliat wealth could procure good serv ants and friends The estates could be managed without her personal super- visIon After n few years work here they would go east for little Marjorles education Why should two lives lieI broken And MI I went on- He listened carefully even eagerly You make n good east he said with a slight smile I will take time Pcrlmpfl you are right The light will come Surely It will come Hut nnd lucre he sprung up and stretched isIs arms to full length nbove his heath I nm not sorry Whatever comes I am not sorry It Is great to have her love but greater to love her as I do Thank God nothing cuss take that away I nm willing glad to suffer for the joy of loving tier Next morning before was awake he was gone leaving a note for me My Door Connor I am due at the Land InK When I see you again I think my WilY will be clear Now all U dark At limes I am a coward and often an you romcllmeii kindly Inform me an ana but I hope I may never become a mule I am wllllne to be led or want to be at any rate I must do the best not second It for her for me The best only Is doda will What else would you have He good to her these day dear old fellow Yours CRAW How often those words have braces me he will rover know but I nm a bet itt mun for theta The best only Is Gods will What else would you have I resolved I would rage and fret no usiou nnd that I would worry Sirs Mayor with no more argument or cxiostuntlon but as my friend bad linked be good to her- CIIAPFFIL XII Ion IS NOT ALL lITIIOSi days when we were waiting Craigs return wo spoilt In the woods or on the mountain sIdes or down In the canyon beside the stream that danced down to meet the Black Rock river I talking and skctchlngand read Ing and Bho listening and dreaming with often n happy smile upon tier face Hut there were moments when n cloud of shuddering fear would sweep the smile away and then I would talk of Craig till the smile come back again Hut the woods and the mountains and the river were her best her wisest friends during those days How sweet the ministry of tint woods to her Tho trees were in their new sum mer leaves fresh mutt full of life They swayed and rustled above us Hinging their Interlacing shadows upon us and their swaying and their rusS tling soothed nut comforted like the voice and touch of n mother And the mountains too In nil the glory of their varying robes of bines and purples stood calmly Bolemnly about us up lifting our souls Into regions of rest The changing lights and shadows lilt ted swiftly over their rugged fronts hilt left them ever as before III their steadfast majesty Gods In his heav en What would you Inure And ever the little river sang Its cheerful coot age fearing not the great mountains that threatened to bar Its passage to tIn sea Sirs Slaver heard the song and her courage rose We too Bhall find our way she saId and I belIeves her Hut through these days I could not make her out and I found myself studying her as I might n new ac quaintance Years had fallen from her SIte was n girl again full of young warm life Sho was ns sweet us before but there was n soft Bhyness over her n loUt shamed half frank consciousness III her face n glad light in tier eyes that made her nil new to me Her perfect trust in Craig was touching to see He will tell mo what to do she would say till I begun to realize how Impossible It would be for him to lie Tray such trust and be anything but true to the best So much did I dread Craigs home coming that I sent for Gmeme and out man Nelson who was more and more Graemes trusted counselor and friend They were bulls highly excIted by till story I hush to tell for I thought It Ittto tell them nil lint wns not a little surprised disgusted that thsty not see the matter In my light In IUdI I protested agaInst the inudiieMH of lowing anything to send these two from each other Graeme Hummed up the discussion In his own emphatic way but with an earnestness In his words not usual with him Craig will know better than any of us what Is right to do and he will do that man can turn him from It and hi added I should be sorry to try Then my wrath rose stint I cried SIts a tremendous BhaincI They Ion each other You sue talking south mental humbug and nonsense lit miiHt tit the right wild Nelson In his deep quiet voice Itlght Nonsense Hy what right does lie send from JIm the woman hoI loves He pleased not himself quoted Nelson reverently Nelson Is right said Graeme I should not like to sets him waken took here I stormed didnt bring yon mIll to hack him up In his nonsense I thought you could keep your heads level- Ness Connor subs Gnjeine dont rage Icuvo that for till heathen Its bad form anti useless besides Craig will walk IsIs way where his Hunt falls and by nit thats holy I should hate to ttee him full for If he weakens like the rest of us my North star will have dropped from my sky Nice pplllh spIrit I muttered Entirely so Im not u saint but I feel like steering by one when I BIO tutu When after n week luau gone Craig rode up one early morning to his shuck door his face told me that he had fought his tight and had not been beat en He hind ridden nil night and wits ready to drop with weariness Connor old boy lie saul putting out his hand Im rather played There was u bad row at the Landing I have Just closed poor Colleys eyes It was awful must get sleep Look after Dandy will you like a good chap Oh Dandy be hanged I said for I knew It was nut the light nor thsst watching nor the Jong ride that had shaken Ills Iron nerve and given hIm that face Go In and lie down Ill bring you something Wake me In the afternoon he said She Is waiting Perhaps you will go to her Ills lips quivered My nerve Is rather gone Then with n very won smile he added I am giving you a lot of trouble You go to thunder I burst out fur my throat was hot and sore with grief for him I think Id rather go to sleep he re plied still smiling- I could not speak anti was glad of tho chance of being alone with Dandy When I conic In I fquuil him sitting with IsIs head In Isis arms upon the ta ble fast asleep I made him tout forces him to take n warm hath and sent him to bed while I went to Sirs Muvor I went with n fearful heart but that was because I luau forgotten the kind of woman she was Sue was standing in the light of the window waiting for me Her face was pale but steady there was a proud light in her fathomless eyes a slight smile parted her lips nud she carrIes her head like a queen Conic In she salt You need not fear to tell me I saw him ride home He has not failed thank Got I am proud of him I knew lie would be true He loves itseshse throw In her breaths sharply and n faint color tinged her IllIIt he knows love is not nllllh love Is not nil Ob I am glad ull proud Glad I gasped amazed You would not huvo him prove faithless she snit with proud de fiance Oh It Is high sentimental non sense I could not help saying You should not say so she replied and her voice rang clear Honor faltb and duty are sentiments but they nro not nonsense In spite of my rage I was lost In amazed admiration of the high spirit of tInt woman who stood up so straight before me hut as I told how worn and broken ho was she listened with changing color and swelling bosom her proud courage nil gone and only love anxious and pitying III tier eyes Shall I go to him she asked with timid eagerness timid deepening color He Is Bleeping He said he would conic to you I replied- I shall wait for him she said soft Iy anti tIme tenderness In her tone went straight to my heart und it seemed to me n miamI might Buffer much to be loved with love such ns this In the early afternoon Graeme clime to her She met him with both hands outstretched saying In a low voice- I nm very happy Arc you uuro he asked anxiously- Oh yes she sold but her voice was hike n sob quite quite sure They talked long together till I Raw that Craig must soon bo coming nUll I called Graeme away lie held her hands looking steadily Into tier eyes saidYou better even than I thought Im going to be n better man Her eyes tilled with tears but her smile did not fade us suite answered Yes you will bo a good man and Got will give you work to do- Ha bent his head over her hands and stepped back from her as from n queen but he Bi oko no word till we cuiuc to Craigs door Then he tunis with humility that seemed strange In him Connor that Is groatto co- upleraIiiiiiii oneself It Is worth wlillo I u to go lug to try- I would not have missed lute meeting with CraIg Nflnou Will bUllY with tea Craig WIIH Writing near the window He looked up a Graeme ei ItO In and nodded nn easy good evening but Graeme strode to him and put tin one howl on lilt shonldw held out his oth er for Craig to take After a moments surprise frilc r nu to his feet and furtiiK him mpiirily took tIme offurvd bund In tthor hill nnd held It fast without n winl Graeme wan the first to sjKnK HlIIl bU voice was deep with emotion Yon sire n great man n gwNh man Id give something to hit I your grit Poor Crnlj stood looking at him not daring to sPook for Mime iiriitthThen he Mill quietly Not good or great but thank God not quite n traitor Good mull went on Griionii jmt thug him on till shoulder hood man Hut Its tOUlhj Craig suit flown quickly saying Dont do that old clmpl ITO BE CONTINUED ARTOUNDKU rim t KDITOII Editor S A Brown of Bpiinottsvil le S C was once immenselysurpris iMJ Through oug Dyspepsia ho wrileH my wife was greatly nin down SIlO hall nodtrength or vigor and Biilfored great distress from her stomach lout she tried Electric Bitten which helped her nt onc and after lining four bottles she in entirely well can stat anything Its n grand tonic nnd its g nllti laxative qualities are Ioplen ill for torpid liv er For Indiftpation Loss of Appe tilt StoniHch and Livw troubles its a positive Kiinrnuteed euro Only 50c nt nil ilrugftores Necessary Expenses for Twelve Weeks School IVrtoiin who board themselves can rpwiid a much or little they choose onlirlHg ixpoiueo psys to hum a little extra raoMy for iceS lire boOki und other thin flat the uleVessrv expense nre only u follows To pay tho Hot day nowARn iAniM- IIAII II4LI School Ineittetiul Pee 4 M H tU llen IUl ftC panvwt hooks etr spout 2 ro flenenl n po dt Id Furnished Koom Inrl t 2 First Minith Board tsyluig iT ITST Mkdiirluig tile term ilIItletnnn ttJ Mu floeM 0- 08IIUIIll3dl9lktrd tO in 28 j I leitS Deposit returned 100 ou Totnl Yz1ciise IS Wevks 27 CO 37 For thonj liolow A artmiaur deduct thr ti Im book and fl trora litcldimUl tee matlnu the total only Hal 50 When lear girls room together esrh sure ii or mnroon room s it Suet biakinx itic tow only fi9na If rlMMxl below intmuur Room fuel root one itulUr mnr in the Wittier term Two roonii or tion cke i lng with scovc eSe ran iinially U rrnuxl fur Inset II to ft i rra- T i rl of n tile calf t little tanl rh or ii few lioiiirnjiun bedrover wllj g- lIrr nrliuol whlrli wilt change imimas wholn lir rr the lIt- ertAeai Stomach Indigestion Is often caused by over eating An eminent authority says the harm done thus exceeds that from tho excessive use of alcohol Eat all the good food you want but dontover load the stomach A weak stomach refuse to digest what you eat likeIout the stomachs aid This rest and the wholesome tonics Kodol contains soon restore health Dieting unnecessary Kodol quickly relieves tho feet lag of fulness and bloating from which some people suffer after meals Absolutely cures Indigestion Kodol Natures Tonic only by E O HEWITT OoOhtcaga TUoHboUlecontUai2VitliouJtbe60ctliu hhh Three Years in RichmondAnd sets of teeth that hue boon wade at my oilier if thero is one sot or any suits that show any defects I will mako a new set tree We uro making tho bent set of teeth in tho world for 750 and if delects show in ivt years wo give you a new sot free This applies to all tho teeth I have nmdo or am going to uiaku tho best alloy fills in tho world at 75 cents DR HOBSON Dentist Permanently located in tho Hobsor Building uoxt door to Gov eminent Building Richmond Kentucky Reference Richmond National Bank Spwial Price t a Stntleuts IOISONIMi Till SY8TKM It is through tho bowels that till body is cleansed of impuriUfs Con stipation keeps these poisons in time system causing headache dullness and mulancholiant first then unsight ly eruptions and finally serious illness unless a remedy is applied DeWitlti Little Early Risers prevent this trouble by stimulating the livor and pro mote easy healthy action of tho bow els Thene little pills do not not rio 1elM1 I- k y THE CITIZEN REPAIR THAT LOOM Berea College has secured market for homespun and home woven goods such as bed coverlids linen d race liusey jeans blankets etc at follow hug prices Coverlids f 4 to 6 Linen 40 to fiO rents a yard Dross Linsey 60 cents a yard Jeans 60 cents a yard Blankets natuinl brown wool or bark dyos JiJ n pair Whito liusey and white blankets arM not in demand only on orders Coverlids must be 2 yards 72 inches wide and 2J yards 90 inches long All dyes used must Im old fashioned liomomtule dyesIAny woman who wants to sell cover lids or homespun to Bores College hhould find out what the College wants before beginning to weave or spin For information appfy in per hoe or by letter to Mrs Hattie Graham Bores Ky MRICK FOB SALE About 250000 flrc class brick very hard Will sell all or part to suit purchaser Thoj trick may bo seen on my farm near Whites Station Address or call on Gal D White Richmond Kyorsit nun on the CIUIIIIACTS IMMKUIATKIY Colds aro sometimes more trouble some in mimuier than in winter ittt to hard to kwj from adding to them whit cooling off after exercise One Minute Cough Cure cures at once Absolutely hare Acts immediately Kuru cure for couglcollis throat Mud lung troubles For sale by lust Eon Drug Co Hair to Cook nice Wash the rice thoroughly In cold wa ter The amount of water used In cooking rice should be suttlclent to coyer It mid rise about an Inch above It In the cooking vessel Use cold water always and let It come to the boiling mint gradually over a fire of medium Intensity When It begins to boll thor oughly remove the vessel to the back part of the stove or where It may be kept steaming for about fifteen min utes when It will be sufficiently cook ed This will be manifested by Its be lug slightly scorched on the bottom The vessel used must be provided with a cover which Its perfectly tlgbt 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 be fortyfive minutes twenty minutes for it to come to the boiling point and twentyfive minutes for steaming How to Cook Tripe Tripe prepared In this fashion is served at a well known New York f ib as one of the most popular dishes TIlt tripe about halt a pound for a dozen oysters Is well washed aim mered for threequarters of an hour In sllgbtly 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 the dozen of oysters simmer and serve This may also be prepared iu a chafing dish THE MARKETS ARKITORTKORT A O NORMAN CO CINCINNATI July CATTLECommon225 T9D0 Butchers J2r 640e- C Shippers625 70- 0CuvasChoice650Large CouunonJiOO 4W- b 6roI- C oaCommon6 00 i 7fo Fair good light 740 77rl Packing780 795 SUEEP Good to choice 325 38D Common to fair 175 n16 LAMBS Good to choice 575 640 Common to fair575 fy 460 WHEAT No 2 Red 721 Q 73 CORN 70 701I OATSNo 2 mixed 51 r RENo 2 59 60 FLOOR Winter patent 370 410 II fancy340 300 u Family800 830 MILL FEED1900 2000 HAT No 1 Timothy 1500 165- 0uNo 2u 1300 135- 0uNol Clover 900 950 No2u 800 850 WOOL Unwashed medium combing 17 Washed long 22 fjJ 21 Tub washed fcS 24 POULTRY Springers I1 Heavy hensu 1L Roostersu j Turkey hens II Ducks Eaos Fresh near by 14 l HIDES Wot salted 6J 7 U No 1 dry salt u f Bull 0 7 Sheepskins 40 f TALLowPrime city 7 71- Country 61 1 FEATHERS Geese new nearly white 43agray to average 88 42 Duck colored to white 28 36 Chicken white no quilU l l Turkey body dry 12 15 LJ t LOCAL AND PERSONAL i i 100 pounds of salt at Welchs 40c Luther Watkins is ill front typhoid foyer BEST BREAD at Bickuell Early a Deputy Sheriff Mich Preston is ill from fever Burdettes will lisbeing recovered this time with steel Miss Brooks left Thursday night on her vacation- T J Osborne paid a flying visit to Cincinnati Saturday Waller E Bogie sold a ware Saturday to his mother for 175 There is a neighborhood picnic at Slate Lick Springs today Public school white opens next Monday morning Be ou time Mrs Lena Johnson who has been ill for several weeks is improving- A seven yoarold son of Mrs SamI Moran is down with typhoid fever Miss Nina King daughter of Widow King is down with typhoid fever Welch has reduced the price on Obelisk to COc the price of common mill flour Mrs Frost left Thursday noon for a visit to Cleveland and other points Our gardens are all about burnt up anti what would wo do ifit was not for Welchs grocery Born to Mr and Mrs Clarence Koyl Friday July 25 a sou Child and mother doing well W P Dalton of Panola was here visiting his son Blacksmith Dalton true Friday to Monday John and Toni trade instill getting better and they sell sans price as at the Big Store W H Porter cashier of the Berea Banking company says that everybody reads Tug CITIZEN Police Judge Gay held his regular court Saturday The docket was swell mostly civil cases A friend writes uwo inUsed the last CITIZEN pjeasebeud that number we do not like to lose u copy There is an excellent article in the SCHOOL column this week The Moth ers of Tomorrow Rend it Burrett Van Winkle is clerking in a store at Fort Ritner Ind and sends his subscription for THE CITIZEN Joe Johnson and Miss Lizzie Bogie attended Crab Orchard fair Thursday and also visited tho dripping springs Dr A WilKes Smith of Richmond died at his home Monday Dr Smith was an accomplished dentist and a publicspirited citizen- A protracted meeting is in progress under the leadership of Rev Hward Broaddus at the G lade Baptist church It is to continue eight lays Gracie the nineyearold daughter of Mr and Mrs Thomas Daniels fell from the fence while at her grand motherV and broke her left arm The roof of Burdetten saw and plauing mill caught fire Saturday evening from sparks from the smoke slack Very little damage was done The article American Farmers Favored in this weeks issue in very much to the point and worthy thI careful consideration of all farmers Died Saturday Eugene Morau age 12 from typhoid fever Burial Sunday at the cemetery Eugene wasI the sou of Sam Moran who died IRStI winterMrs Jennie Lester Hill left Monday for Booneville to attend the teach ors institute in session this week Mrs Hill will spend a month visiting in Ovvsley county Mrs Enoii Kimbrell is still serious ly sick also her little daughter It will be remembered that her husband has been low from consumption for the past year nun a half Six quart tin pail 10 cents 8Three cakes tar soap 5 Fourounces smelling salts 10 All first quality goods at THE TEN LENT STORE next door to postoUice Richmond Ky The youngest daughter of Postmaster Witt of Kingston was thrown from her horse while out riding and her right arm was broken Amputa tion became necessary and her recov ery is doubtful fromUfor in the Government Ser UviceRailway Mail Clerks Letter Carriers Custom House anti Depart mental Clerks etc Apply to Inter State Corres Inst Cedar Rapids la If vou need a new set of harness or gOOdsaddle T J Moberley on Main street Richmond opposite the Courthouse will give you the best bargain you can get anywhere Esquire W E Johnson of Blue Link district in his court last Satur day sentenced Julius Housley to twentyfive days iu tho county jAil with haul labor and to pay a line of 5025 for shooting on the public highway near town ou Commence mont day To Tilt COLORED TEACHERS OF MADI SON CoiSTV I desiru to inform you that the unto fur the Cal Institute has bean changed from Aug 4 to Aug 11 Teachers will please inform trustees tl at Thursday afternoon will bo sot apart for Trustees Day J WM WAUERS Co Fupt Two Dollars Ucvuril will be pail by tho undersigned for the name of tho thief who stole from the loft of tho barn in the roar of the Hill property between tho Welch nUll GayI property on Chetniut uventie about 200 lbs of baled hay Iant pretty sure I know who the thief in hut will pay tho above nnvaid for rnliahln in formation John Dodwoll CITIZEN nllice I 111111111N11111111 CORRESPONDENCE I ININNIINININININNIIININ111NNNTO Several times lately TUG CITIZEN has received item for limn Corre spondence colunum without tho writ ers full nnmu nigued to them Wo can under 110 circuinstuiicrH publish anything unless time writer signs his or her full name with nddnw not necessarily for publication but to show good faith and for our protec tion Then HometimeH wo art under thin necessity of cutting out noinn items from our correspondents not because theymire not hOod but sim ply IxHaiiHo our space is used liP so please do not foe offended or hurt if it sometimes happens that your items are cut- Outs thing more Wo are sorry it is BO limit wo cannot undertake to pub lisp poetry Wo have not the space to spare we wish wo hind Theeditor has at the present timo II dozen pootiu contributions from valued mibsoribtirH and friends but cannot use thorn for the reason given aliovo WtMirunnx puns to please and satisfy our friends but Homtttimes wo are prevented by uirciiiUNtancuo please believe wo arc doing our best for youTm CITIZEN MADISON COUNTY PEYTONTOWN 0 W Wright hUH returned from Cincinnati Our box supper and ice cream social wul n smiccosaMr nUll Mrs Harry Turner entertained Rev T II Harris of Lexington during his recent visit among usHer T H Harris gave an acceptable lecture to our Sundayschool Sunday morn ing and proachud for the church in n Addl1IIfrom Valley Vim attended church peer Sunday Tho congregation last Sunday numbered over two hundred persons WALLACETON Mr Charley nnd Will Gaffnoy and Misses Ratio and Katie Wylio attend ed Crab Orchard stir FridayMrsdElias Wallaco of through hero Friday on hor way homo from Lancaster whore who him been visiting friends and relatives Rev W D Smith of Herwi attended our Sundayschool Sunday anti gave an address Fathers iulluouco over BOH Undo Charlie Anderson was taken suddenly ill on Saturday Mrs Win Stone la very ill with fever Mr Pouter sad family who some time ago wero injured in the cyclone are Bomowhat recovered Mrs Win Quinu is quito sick this weekMrs John L Wylie who some time ugo fell anti hurt herself is not us yet able to walkMiss Lizzie Kindred was the guest of her sister Saturday and Sunday Kev G Young preached at the Reform church near lucre Sunday at 11 oclock Tho box supper given by the ladies of our neighborhood for the benefit of thin church at Pleasant Grove was u succesaE W Baker and daughter Gmco are visiting friends in Jessamine OWSLEY COUNTY FLOYD Corn is looking well since tho lat- erainH II Rice has a largo lot of logs at the hiker Bros mill to ho sawed into lumber for a storehouse Rev H Johnson held services at our schoolhouse Saturday evening his sermon was very interesting Isaac Wilder accideutly shot himself in tho leg with his own pistol Hon D G Colson anti Senator Parker addressed a large crowd at Cow Creek recently T P Gabbard with his schoolworo in attendance PERRY COUNTY HOLLIDAY Corn crops are good Potato crop is excellent Mrs Rachel Owens hOe gnu her school at Pigeon Roost Mon tiny July 21M F Kelly of Cordin visited at Dwarf recently H L Owens and Samuel Richie of Dwarf visited Hazard July ID Dr J C Simmons of Hazard is iu Jackson visiting triondllE H Holliday who has been suffering with rheumatism so long is improving Chief David son a former Htudont of Borea visited friends on Grapevine last week MASON COUNTY MAYSVILLE Mrs Nauiiio Hardio of Pittsburg nnd Mrs Kuitua Waldon ol Now Brighton are visiting their sisters Mrs Mary F Oldham Mrs Laura Hinton anti Mrs Anna Whalov of this eityRor R A Strauss of Mid illoport Utuns n welcome visitor to our city last wlekTho Scotts chapel will have an eight days meeting be ginning Aug 10 and closing on the lithOu Saturday August 2 thin Bethel SuudnyHchool with the Juve wiles of the U B F will give n picnic at Bench Park near tho street car stable Miss Emu P McGauu an exteacher this city is visiting Mrs Sallio Marshal of East Fourth street Miss Julia Young hits arrived home from Washington City where she was connected with the editorial stuff of the Colored American SUP will teach in this city the ensuing ton Mrs Hattie Anderson huts returned home alter n very pleasant trip to Huntiugtou W Yn- JACKSON COUNTY KERRY KNOB Unclo Benjamin Durham in on thin sick list Airs Daughorty is improv hug very rapidly Public schools at Kerby Knob Parks district ntidClov Bottom began Monday July 23 A munlKTof the young people from thus place attended the institute at McKco in this county lust reek Mrs E B llatfiold is very illMisH Mary J Baker passed through hero Tuesday ou her way to McKee to at teeth teachers institute Sheridan Baker visited relatives hero last week Mrs Samuel Isaacs visiUnl her nister Mrs Daugherty SundayS B Combs has returned from Ohio nod will teach at Morrill- ROCKCASTLE COUNTY CONWAY Mm J 11 Sigmond continues ver- yillF M Cutter of CarterBvillj was here Monday J M Nave went to Copper Crook Tuesday Two chil dren of Mr and Mm JOSHO Dykes are very lad with whooping coughMisl Flora Jones of Berea is staying with Mm J H Sigmond Mr F W Cheeriugtou of Walnut Hill Cincin anti in hero buying poles for the Boll Telephono company Mrs Nannie Benton of Irvine is visiting Mr and Mrs Jesse DylsC A McCollum anti family moved to Ford Tuesday no 11 Johnston came home from Richmond Saturday returning Mon dayA J Johnson and family visit nd J R McCollom Saturday and Sunday Dr anti Mrs Cornelius drove down Saturday to son Mrs Si- gInoudFrnnk Jones had four flue two year old hollers killinl by u train last weekMrs Jennie Ramsoy of Munlock 111 and Mrs Hart of Beiea are tho gueHtu of M R Jones for the summer BOONE Rev and Mrs J W Lambert spout last Saturday add Sunday with their parents on Scaffold Cane The Sun dayKchool c nduchxl by T T Sim mons at Fairview la doing nicely Mr George Mayden is having serious trouble with a swelling iu his urn His little Ron Johnny who lost his foot n few days ago from thin effect of a rusty nail is improving Tho box supper given by Mr Simmons at the fichoolhoiiHo last Saturday even ing was attended with BHCCOSS In a few days the Gap school will be soc ond to none iu the county for n full set of modern appliances LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAILROADT- ime Table In Effect July 1902 JnhiK Niirtli Truln Dully Leave Boron t 11 39 am Arrive Riehmoltl11210 am Arrivo Paris 315 p in Arrive Cincinnati 000 p in InliiK south Trnlii Dully Leave Boroa 122 p in Arrivo Livingston218 p m J W Stephens Ticket Agent N r The EGGS the coffee roaster uses to glue his coffee with would ton cat that kind of eggs Then why drink them Lion Coffeehas no storage eggs glue etcIts coffee pure t unadulterated fresh strong and of delightful flavor and aroma aDdIrtnlit AId lIII irhotli tntrIlIa111t0141 ktOAtralhapIHalrlamial- Nu vr elf o f r rf mutlt at fuitoHon knit nSnelrtimn1- wlrlnturawtwan fntnft ir month usne wnreneDR FENNERS KIDNEY an- dBackache All diseases Bladder Al ii Dropiy Female Dont become dlicourtfed There U a cure for you If ceaary write l r Feeler Ito link Kptitl a llfo floe curlni lust aunt cacauayuure All con III1u Free A limn liMlerd In bleuldor Aflci i IIiCn few thewf Ureunere mill HiPkiwhu Cure I a gravel lair ItI STVITUSDANDE TroublesCURE 1nlclllCUUllr Cure FredoulaVV Clreuiarl DO YEARS EXPCniENCC 4 Tnoc fUnck DcylcioC- CPT nCgT4 t Anna dnr irtMi a1gl lewt4 r aMf-I pr n4 i nciii a 1andrel ne II 4 YMlff w i I sertr fitgnNh it Scientific Jltiierica a hae1Ay lltntr JM wnerl Iaqt M- lra4taf any eWnt Ie yJ 1 a r hr twflu It naAruer54 MUNii CoOUIBradwrp New Ieaota r res f Y5 4ua u HairSplits I have used Ayers Hair Vigor for thlny years t elegant for a hair dressing and for keeping the hair from ipllttlnR at the ends J A Gruenenfelder Cranrfork- 116Hairsplitting splits friendships If splitting is done on your own head it loses friends for you for every hair of your head is a friend Ayers Hair Vigor in advance will prevent the splitting If the splitting has begun it will stop it suo a bath All drapgk- your dru lt Cannot uplll you end us one dollar and we expre you a bottle llo iur and rhe the name or your nearest rrranflmrm Address J t taut 0 lowell Macs This will save your Life By inducing you to use Dr Kings Now Discovery For Consumption Coughs and Colds The only Guaranteed Cure NO Curo NO Pay Your Drug gist will warrant I- tABSOLUTELY CURES Influenza Asthma IInjMccUonTRIAL 3O7TLE3 FREE Regular Size 80 ceata and 10O MOTIICU AIWAYSKKKrHlT IIINDV My mother sutured n long limo from distressing pains nnd general ill health duo primarily to indigestion says L W Spalding Verona Mo Two years ago I got her to try Ko dol She grow bettor at once and now at tho ago ofseventysix oats anything she wants remarking that she fears no bad effects as she has her bottlo of Kodol handy Dont waste time doc toring symptoms Go after tho causo If your stomach is sound your health will bo good Kodol rests tho stomach and strengthens tho body by digest ing your food It is natures own tonic For sale by East End Drug Co Wo promiily obtain U a and C1 IJ IICnOnIO Chicago College of Dental Surgery iUI DtfirtBcit l LAb FoftiJ Itltmltj- Inonlrroroniilrtntlio course ot Inlruo ton In Uirw years It Is nrcoMary ta enUit the commit Mwlon II nwae four jrnrcoursi will rmjulml thereafter T rntyltrxt Annuli Course of intnirtion lifalnr Oct lit IMC Address DR TRUMAN W DROPHY Dean Wood Harrison Sts Chlcaso 1 Canvasser Wanted noil PRINTERS INK IR journal for advertisers five dollars n year ItttIIChtHjtime Ncienco JroCtllt of Advertising anti highly ofttccnitd by tho most 4fluccllIRful advertittero iu this country anti Great ooinIIltlNTrlLS INK iu Mirur ht New okITill HA MK 41111 NTOItY J A Kelly relates nil uspcrltlIto Himilar to that which lies hnp oncd in almost every nelghlxrhoo in tho United States and hits IMWI told and retold by thousands or ethers Hn Fn1sULlt Kummerl had nu nttnck of dysentery nod putchawsl bottle of ChainlMrlnins Colic Cholera hud Diarrhoea Remedy which I used ac cording to directions and with entire ly satisfactory results The trouble wan controlled much quicker that former attacks whou I other rum edies Mr Kelly in n well known citizen of Henderson N C For sale by S E WEUII JR j SUMMER IjCOOKING A PLEASUREI If you use the Ohio Steam Cooker with doors Saves fuel labor and food Cooks anything better than con Ira done in any other way Cooks n full dinner over ono burner pr tttovo holo Meats vegetables puddings sauces bread etc all at onco one dOOR not flavor tho other cooked to Perfection If you want to look at your dinner just open the door No burnt fingers Doors are steam tight Ounraiitocd Saves cost in a short time Food cannot be spoiled while cooking nor by waiting for tho folks to come- Positively no odor Q Just tho thing for canning fruit Prices from SJ to 1550 Lasts for years Como and see ono at tho Citizen Office or write to- JOHN DODWELL Boroa Ky I Agents wanted Good pay I l Cut this out and take it to S E 1 Welchs Drugstore old got n box of Chamborlaius Stomach Liver TubIlots Tho best physic They correct disordors of the fllomachiPrico 2Gc x