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Digital page images are linked to the text file. lrREV Editor fnltTttI ell fhe lnuIo eltw I VOL IV A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY AUGUST 7 1902 Fifty cents n year NO1flIDEAS Tim dnctrliin of total depravity in not found in tho OospoL It is onsitT to recover from n noble fnilum haul from nil ignohlo BUICOS- HSoino i sermons witlior in Ilio pulpit bewiiisM they hnvn nut been watered with prayer in the study CommoruinliHiu is close kin to sol llnlintHH SolllHlinesH is the root of IIlImII Tlio control of wolf is Chris linn porfiction If pooplo could ho indiiml to bring their hags to the level of their lying tho world would bo n good deal llltllr TAKE NOTICE Borcm College Fall Term opens September 10 KondourFiSKOrnitT STtHiKNT on the liiHl pugs tired do 7V Work Dr Burgess will preach at limo Tab erimcln next Sunday nl 11 n in Sub Jwl The FiMiGodof Nineveh and nt 7210 p in on Small Beginnings Tarrililn llIlIlIgtl- Two woks from today August 21 JIF5 our splendid wrinl hack Rock clops August US will begin n sew eially thrilling story of Iho Civil Wnr Clmtanoogii It will bo worth your rending FROM THE WIDE WORLD Roan IIIIM glno ollicial notice to Washington that tin friars nn to IHJ removed from Manila All the other British West Indies Inlands havtquarnntitmlngniiiHt liar hmloti on account of smnllxx- In colliery explosion nt tIlt Mount Klnibrn colliery Woolongoug Now South Widen 120 lives worn lot King Ilwnrd of Knglnnd who 1ms IHVII nervously HI for several weeks sad who in to ho crowned next Fntur tiny IIIIH nearly n eovored his honlllu IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Noxv forks honnl of health haN de cided to wag syhtenmlu warfare ngaintit inOMiiitoo On account of u strike of grave dig gem n Chicago cemetery has lain forced to nlofto its gates resident Itooftevult haH boon invit ed to net mi jiidgu at n rough riding contmt nt thin Denver Horse Show Tho Interiiationnl Roform Bureau in pressing its cnmpnigu for tin aholi lion of this sale liquor in tho Capitol nt Washington Supremesinsanity as n criminal dufoiiKo is not known in that State Four thousand Indians of tho Cho yenno and Arnpnhoa trim have ro contly IxHiomn citizens of tho United Stales JfiOO cf them are voters The reports telegraphed from Los Alamos Santa Barbara and San Luis QbiHDo county tolling of titcnor moiiM dainngo done there by tho series earthquakes which visited that roo giou July 28 to August hnvo boon thoughttoXctl jCOMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY nNIHCUOII of factories under tho State law has loon Hiarlod in Louis vine Tim poHlollico nt Rockford Ohio county was robbexl on tho night of Aug Two morn good strikes hnvo boon mmlu in tho llichland oil Hold in county 11I0XI The Kim and Wnyno Holds are to bo connected with tho Standard Oil company pipo line nt Pnrkorsburg W Vn Col D G ColHon who is n catuli unto for Congress from tho Klovonth Congressional district estimates that ho will carry lila district by about 4 7 000 Judgo Nunn has decided thlll Hop kiiiN county mist pay lioguardH who were employed to protect property during tho lute strike trouble in that IOllilty at Lancaster Sunday morning n 9 80 unit I LBO coiiHiimod tko teGarrard Hotel Arnolds livery stable with nino horses nnd twelve buggies drugitea j 9 maninaaerTHE CITIZEN CLEAN UP- Time dog days are upon us tho most sultry enervating trying to healtlt days tho season moro productive of sickness than any other of tho year and it behooves us to take all necos spry piecnulious and adopt nil proper measures if wo wish to preserve to Heron this splendid record for health fulness wo urn entitled to Tho most fruitful source of disease is dirt tiuclenn surroundincrs At this noason of elm year it is so easy for offal and trash to collect such as trim mings from vegetables refuse fruit etc If those are allowed to accumu late and lie round the house they will cause disease germs to abound and tho first rain that cornea these germs and the putrid matter lying around the yard are washed into the well and so find their way into the stomachs byway of the mouth of every ono who drinks from time well and then conies typhoid and a host of other devils Imps to destroy life Anothar way in which disease germs are prox atod is tho throwing of slops from tho kitchen and chambers out near the hotifio This is dillicult to avoid in many cases but where tho slops are not carried off by drains or cannot bo taken away from tho house the plentiful UBO of limo copperas or carbolic Reid will greatly lessen tho danger from this source There is ono other matter that needs attention Our streets especially in time neighborhood of tho stores are very much strewn with old papers banana skins melon refuse and tho sweepings of the itores This ought not to to if for no other reason than that it makes tho striH tiiso untidy and unattractive Rut there is ns much danger to health from this source as from any other because tho trash col ImitH moro filth from tho street and forms veritable propagating bods for nil manner of diseases In tho Interest of health nnd hnppi news for tho proU ction of tho lives of tho children for tho sake of n munici pal prido for thin general welfare lot onuli nnd every inhabitant of Boron organize n crusade against flirt of all kind Clfuti tip burn the trash clean up tho ynnla open tho drains use limo null copperas plentifully aroundall places nmling It and lot us keep at It nil the tithe M that fever of any kind shall Ira a stranger to our bright beautiful BcreaTam CITIZE- NANNOUNCEMENT h Wo are authorized to announce Goo D White of Richmond ns candi date for Circuit Clerk of Madison county subject to the action of tho Democratic party Wo are authorized to announce Roy 0 White as candidate for Circuit Court Clerk in Madison county sub jest to the action of the Democratic tlRtty1G3Ol A GRAND TRIP Several persons from Berea ought to attend tho great Sundayschool convention nt Hopldnsville August 1H21 Some of thogrentest Sunday school workers of the country will lake part and it will bo a groat help in regard to Sundayschool methods Note tho following additional in ducements L Ono faro pays for tho round trip 2 Tho special train goes within eight mites of Mammoth Cave and pcoplo may stop over for a day and setTlhis wouderof the world at n small 0IpOIlSOI H All duly credoutialod delegates can have free entertainment during thin convention This may include all ministers of the gospel ton delegates at largo from tho county and one of every ono hundred members of a Sun dayschool or fraction thereof Certificates must be obtained from tho County president or secretary Sco Prof L V Dodge soon and mnko nrrangcments If you noon a now sot of harness or n good saddle T J Moborloy on Main street Richmond opposite the Courthouse will give you the host bargain you can got anywhere The Citizenf FIFTY CENTS A YEAR H n H OF PARAMOUNT IMPORTANCE NO2 Our 11nmb3je school system needs some remedying in ono respect sure ly Time number of our schools are too largo for the attendance It is surprising to note that of C0r 6 county schools for whites 2058 of them fall below tho legal required average nt tendance ot 20 pupils to tho school Quality not quantity is what wo want in our public school system I would rather have one good school five miles from my door than five indifferent schools within 100 yards Tho above utterance is tnkon from a speochdolivercd by Qov AJ Mont ague of Virginia and has suggested to Tilt CITIZEN n few thoughts on tho poor attendance at many of our public schoolsThe school census of Boron for this year is 8M a slight increase over last year The average attendance for the colored school last year was about for ty at tho whito school eightyseven about fifty per cent attendance 01 course quite a number who are included in the school census attend tho College who ought to bo included in tho average attendance report but the fact remains that there are many who do not attend either college or tho public school and what of these Who is responsible and what is tho remedy Primarily the parent or guardian is responsible secondarily sonic responsibility rests on the school hoard and upon the teachers The positive duty of the parent is to see that the child is in school tho duty of tho officials is to see that tho schoolhouse is than heat possible upon tho teacher rests the moral obligation to thoroughly equip himself or herself or herself to teach not simply to koop school Very few c ildron object to going to a good school presided over by a good teacher Let the parent do his duly tho schoolofhcor take full interest in the school buildings visit the school while it is in session encourage time teacher and scholars yet make a business of it and then let tho teacher take n personal inter oat in cacklndividualschnlarloohupa- bsentees seek out the derilicts do their workan unto time Lordand tho average attendance will be much increased You may say these timings are hard to accomplish trying weary ing to the mind awl heart but if you are not able or willing to perform the duties of tho position you have assum ed you may rest assured that some day or other you will have to give an account of your stewardship Ono great need is a compulsory school at toudnuce lawD- AN ENJOYABLE OCCASION Last Thursday a neighborhood pie nio under Iho auspices of the friends of Second church was held at Slate Lick Springs Between 200 anti 800 persons attended It was a most on joyable occasion All the churches of the town wore wellrepresented by both old and young and two of the pastors were present The dinner was bountiful std choice The good ladies spread their dainties on tablecloths laid under tho trees and every one was welcomed If any one wont away unsatisfied it was their own fault for there was enough and to spare and without money or prico Every one seemed to be determined to add to tho general enjoyment and even the babies forgot to cry Croquet was wellpatronized but the most pleasant feature of the day was tho thoroughly social intermingling of the people It was truly a neighborly gathering and we would be much better than we are if such gatherings woromoro frequent Tho harmony of tho day was not mar red even by speechmaking or preach moat anti the weather was ideal It was tho most enjoyable gathering this scribe has attended in Kentucky YE EDITOR LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAILROAD Time Table In Effect July I1902 Oiling North Train n Dully Leavo Berea11 89 n m Arrive Richmond1110 a m Arrive Paris 316 p in Arrive Cincinnati G 00Ilolnc South Train Dully Leave Borea 122 m Arrive Livingston 218p m J W Stephens Ticket Agent t Dont Use- Spectacl es Unless you noel thong and if you use thom be sure they fit your noel I will give tltorou examination with the above instrument FREE OP CHAROE which always indicates the oorrect glasses to use It you dont need glasses I will tell you BO TI A Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main Street Richmond Ky ins ti HI i IT TIIUKATINII While picnicking last mouth my 11 year old boy was poisoned by some weed or plant says W II Dibble of Sioux City Ia He rubbed the poison off his hands into his eyes and for a while wo were afraid ho would lose sight Finally a neighbor recom mended DeWitfs Witch Hazel Salve The first application helped him and In a few days he was ns well as ever For skin diseases cuts burns scalds wounds insect bites DoWitts Witch Hazel Salve is sure euro Relieves piles at once Beware counterfeits For sale by East End Drug Co CENTRAL KENTUCKY AND- MADISON MONUMENTALWORKS f Head stones urns monu grnmuItogoverned by quality of inn terial Prices reasonable Only firstclass work done All work guaranteed GOLDEN FLORAr RICHMOND Ky Comer of Main anti Collln Streets 2213 A CUKK FUn CIIOLKIIAINTANTKM Last May says Mrs Curtis Bnk er of Bookwalter 0 an infant child of our neighbors was suffering from cholera infautum The doctor had given up all hopes of recovery I took a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Chol era and Diarrhoea Remedy to the house telling them I felt sure it would do good if used according to directions In two days time tho child had fully recovered nnd is now near ly a year since a vigorous healthy girl I have recommended this Remedy frequently and have never known it to fail in any single instance For sale by S E WELCH JB FOR HANDMADE FANCY WOODWORK in hats sunbonnets fancy baskets of all descriptions napkin rings in allcolors Send your orders to MISSES M AND L CARTER BEREA KENTUCKY Prices very reasonable and all work wellmade 38OJ We promptly obtain U 8 and Foreign 1 Bend model I ketch or photo ol InTention for nowioSeeumTRADEMARKSYens i r An Independent Weekly Devoted to the- Interests of TIlE HOME FARM R SCHOOl 60 CENTS A YEAR Great Cut in Low Cut Shoes To close quickly WOO made tlure deep emits in Mens Oxfords 400 cut to 295 350 cut to 265 300 cut to 235 200 cut to 165 125 cut to 100 All bright clean stock this sensouH styles Covington Banks Outfitters for Men and Boys Iu HAVING THE LARGEST STOCK SADDLES I will for the next fiO days soil any saddle in tho shop rit 10 per cent reduction c Prices Low Quality guaranteed T J MOBERLY RICHMOND KY Successor to J T McClintock Main St Opposite Court House DR M E JONES 45 Dentist MillineryStore Office Days Thursday Friday and Saturday of each week Special Nolle to Our IttMilrr ago CidLeerlh ago where our remlcra will bo ttiiirtcanMjr Ktwteil who miy tare to mil upon The Inter inKIhroughfoiiiul every mechanical md wlfiitUln Im pmvcrncnt of age lu connection with the nctMi of great newapaier It In a rare tnat shouldbe IKENTUCY OFISheetsStraw RICE ARNOLD RICHMOND Shoes Hats Gents Furnish ings f agentsinRichmond v h u MEAT MARKET I have reopened the Meat Marfket on Main Fresh VegetablesinB RAMSEY Berea Ky THE VERY LATESTf Go look around investigate the QUALITY nnd PRICE Then COME hero we havoc n large assortment of Furniture upon which wo can save you If wo have not what you want it is our specialty to get it quickly and wo guarantee goods ns represented GOCARTS OLD HICKOKY- For your lawn or porch It is comfortable nttrnctiye nnd will stand exposure to rain and sunshiny UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY Day Phone 73 Night Phone 47 66 KY Street M money JO Sa JOPLIN Richmond Ky 1 The Raddiffe Shoe IIs the only OK Shoe in town Our Wall Paper Llneill IMMESSB UIMBNSELY AND CHEAP BICKNELL EARLY eiDouglas I Crutcher I have a fine line of i Imerienjoyyou their goods f SEE THEIR LATEST s- IN L a OXFORDS JNNNIN IN IIHNN NI IINNi1 INf11i1 L THE CITIZEN THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON VI THIRD QUARTER INTERNATIONAL SERIES AUG 10 Test nf the IenKtiii Ipv z 111 Memory Vrrmi Mll Juldeii Test I Tinnil v roiniuiiilnr Irrimrr hj Hev n 11 Slrnrn CopyrIght by American Press Association And NoJnb nod Ablhu the sons of Aaron offered strange lire before the LurU which Ho commanded them not TIll opening chapters of this look tell of the different offerings nil typ Tying our Lords one great offering and of the consecration of the prlesfi the Lord accepting the atonement ot ferlngs by fire supernatural Lev Ix i fJMi Now right lit the heglnnlng ot the ministry of the priesthood we see this sad failure on the part of two at Aarons lions Every tom nt his beet state apart from God is altogether vanity Ps xxxix C 2 And there went out tire from the Lord and devoured them and they died before the Lord Thus nt the very beginning of the priesthood Jehovah wade It very plain that He would have a whole hearted r service or none So also at the begin ning of the church story In the case ot Ananias mid Sapphlra Acts v 5 10 He showed unmistakably how lit hates deceit and halt heurtedness Then Moses said unto Anton This Is It that the Lord spake saying will be nanotllUd in them that come nigh Me and before all the people I will be glorified And Aaron heM his pence That tines were to be a holy people- unto the Lord Is the oft rejteated rev quirement from Ex six ti a onward Jesus said concerning Himself nnd Ills disciples In Ills great Intercessory prayer Ior their sakes I sanctity Myself that they also might be sancti fied through the truth John xvll 10 come near carry your brethren from before the sanctuary out of the camp Thus Moses commanded the sons of lzzlcl the uncle of Aaron and thus they did Hut what about Niidub and AblhiiY We never bury people strictly speaking we bury the ladles In which they sojourned for a season It has boon n great comfort to me to think of this slum ever I grasped the tact that If my holy ever has a burial will not be there that day but absent from the body and present with the Lord with Christ which Is very far letter II Cor v S Phil I 21 23 6 Uncover not your heads neither rent your clothes Thus Moses commanded Aaron and his two surviving sons Mourning has r ofttlmes a hirg element of rebellion In It This we must not tolerate lest we lint fault with God We must 1abtde on till 1mls side even though Ills chastening falls on those who are very dear to us If we love our lured ones wore than we love God we are not worthy of Him 7 Ye shall not go out from the door of 1 the tabernacle of the congregation lest die for the anointing oil of the Lord U tp0n you- Because they were the anointed priests of the Lord chosen to minister Him they were to keep them selves wholly for Him The Spirit says through Peter that believers are a holy priesthood to offer up spiritual sacrifices acceptable to God by Jesus Christ a royal Irleslhocrto show forth Ills praises 0 In Kph Iv SO we read that we are not to grieve the Holy Spirit of God by whom we are sealed unto the day of redemp tion 9 The Lord spake unto Aaron saying Do not drink wine nor strong drink thou nor thy sons with thee when ye go Into the tabernacle of the congregation lest ye dieThe Lord had been speaking to Aaron through Moses but Aaron by his sub mission and obedience bas COWl Into a place where the Lord Himself can speak to him Sonic think because of this prohibition that this was partly ut least the trouble with Nadab and t Ablhu but In Num vl 13 we learn tlolIottlGod and as Ills people redeemed with precious blood we are to live only and wholly unto Him who loveth us and do till to the glory of Goo Rev 5 It V Cor x 316 A good word for the unsaved Intemperate Is Nor thieves nor covetous nor drunkards shall Inherit the kingdom of God Ifor vl lOi and for the saved Intem perate It Is good neither to eat Uesh nor to drink wine nor anything whirs liy thy brother stumbleth or is offend ed or Is made weak lloui xlv 21 And that ye may put difference be tween holy and unholy und between un clean and cleat They were as a whole nation severed from other people that they might he time Ixirds Ex xlx C 0 xxxIII 10 Lev xx sit In Egypt and the night IIllTlrIwere il In Gen a I He divided the light Irom till darkness mad In II Cor vl t 1MS the division and separation art very strongly emphasized By nature and by practice all are sinners and there Is no difference as to the tact 1though there Is as to the degree of guilt tom Ill 22 23 And that ye may teach the children of Israel all the statutes which the Lord hath spoken unto them by the hand of Moses They were first to do then to teach I and this Is always the order Mark vl Acts Unless we ourselves ore holy in our lives and separate from the world lying in the wicked one our ad vice to others will not have much weight for we will then be like the Pharisees who say but do not Matt Mill 3i but It like LevI we walk with God In peace and equity we shall turn many away from Iniquity Mai II Oi 1r RELIGIOUS THOUGHT Gem Gleaned Prom the Trnrlilnii of All DriKiinlnnllmiii The stars teach omnipotent order The Late Hev Hr T Ju Witt To wage Character mid lrstluy Eternity Id your destiny amid your character depends upon your deathly Iter T It Ruth Lutheran Oreenvllli Pa Ilpfafnriii llr end llriitli No mans life Is really a SIICCCHS If Its UHofulinss ends when lie dies Hev Wlllliim Ilailvr CouKrepitloiuilIst San FninclKca gnetlon uf Good tJoviriiinrnt No iitiestlon which Involves good guy IrllIII Ill I should bo without Interest tu the Chrlstlun Hev L A Cnindall Uaptlxt Chicago Inns Suprrmrit Nerd What man needs supremely is free door to develop himself to live fur the worthiest endsIrer Dr Hayuiond Schenectady X Y The Mission uf Poverty Sometimes to here been horn poor anti to have to struggle with dttllvul ties wake you the better manRev Dr Hyde Episcopalian Brooklyn Worth More Than Wealth Gods blessing on u wens honest life will be worth more than the whole worlds wealth Rev George II Rcpt worth Congregationalist New York Illitury lure Onward History never mores backward and the time Is coming when man shall have dominion over all creation Hev Dr J II Henry Presbyterian Pitts burg Ireivnt llr ioiiillilllt If we are not ChrlstlaiiH In the en lightenment of today God will hold ns rrisiHMislliIe according to our light If we ore not forgiven we are not Chris tlans Hov J T Stone Presbyterian IlaltluioreSentlutent and CoiuBierrlnllim Jesus justllled sentiment as op osed commercialism lIe taught that the jioor are sometimes more than mouths to be fed that hunger of the heart Is renllluv T J Vlllers Haptlst In dianapolisChrUtlan Life Xot Anatere Christian life Is not narrow mill mis ten holding the threat of help over our harmless enjoyments It shuts out only that which Is wrong or doubt tulItl Pearse Pinch Congregation allst ChicagoThe Pint Impulse The first Impulse of one who linn found the new life Is to run to share It with one whom he knows to be groin lug In wrest So Christianity spreads Hev E C Moore Congregationalist Providence It I The luvlilble Foundation Our responsibility nUll our character rest upon Invisible foundations of thought Thought has moral force We have control of It else It were not tor moral value In our lives Hev Dr Alour0 Monk Methodist Atlanta Gu- SnrrrliiK at Sentiment How foolishly we sneer at what we are pleased to call a sentiment A sen Iment subtle and delicate as the perfume of lowers nlkld In sometimes a voice of God In the soul of man Hev F T Bayley Cougregatlonallst Denver Growth of Spiritual Life One quaint old English writer de Glares that the Christian grows tall by stooping that the heaviest wheat Is not found upon the most upright stalks and so the growth In the divine life Is not marked by Imposing greatness Itev George It Taylor Unitarian St Bethlehem Tenn aunty of Unman Greatneu How little after all Is human great ness We sum It up in these terrible words which embody all the wisdom of Solomon Vaultus vaultatutu Aye It Is not so much achievement after all that counts with God as character Rev Cyrus Townsend Brady Episco palian Philadelphia Xeed of the Church Not money hut wen Is what the church needs most of all men and wo men who will rise up to a personal In elllgvnt Interest which gives what roney cannot buy To reach human lives and touch human souls eau only lit done by personal Interest Hev L M Zimmerman Lutheran Baltimore rut Dependent Upon Learning There are some poojiJo who think that when a man has faith he must give up his reason This Is a very lerMltlous and Ignorant view to take ot these things No man CUll give up his reason or his conscience But God lid not wale religion dvpeuuVut upon learning or upon knowledge j1Jut upon love and fullh Hev Dr J D Stafford Catholic Washington Mission of the Church The Idea that the community should serve the church will not hold tin this practical age Instead of asking the community to serve the church the hurch must find meansfor serving the community Religion consists not in creed alone but lu life Religion has passed from the monastery and the battle of the schools to the political arena and the market place Hev James D Haukln Presbyterian Den erIlripoDilbllltlei of Ioiienlon With possession comes reuponstblllty Vblllty and responsibility are Jns pa able neighbors Our rich men giq largely In the aggregate but meanly III proportion to their wealth The poor male sacrifices to give to the church There Is nothing of sacrifice III the gifts of the rich They forget their wealth la Gods and that they are but the stewards of his bounty When they give in proportion to their wealth as the poortglv in proportion to their possessions every treasury of the Lord will be fun umlall over the world there will be somewhat of n fore taste of Leaven In the palaces of vtho rich and the hovels of theipoor Rev Dr MaeArUtur Baptot New York CURE OF ALCOHOLISM SOME ADVICE TO THOSE WHO WOULD FREE THEMSELVES Ilefottunnl Muni lit Third Over lc rind of llfHpiindeiii runt Ktillom llmt Iln1s of AliNtlitrnte OiildiMii liirrvliii ilrcniily lliMirtlilnl Sanitary reformers lure often enlhi attention to tho encouraging clrvuiii- Rtanco that the hereditary teudencNi of the stimulant vice cnu be cmillj counteracted by rtliuiUlonnl ptwnu tolls Hiich as the rtde to avoid nlvohul even In the form of Mindless upeolmH nod accuHtomlng a child to ihvml the first stops on the n nd to Intcnipenuici ns the bfglnnlng of lifts blighting ills ruse The dllllciiHv of total prevention lets Indeed been eonsldomldy overrated but It Is e iially certain that the dllll cultlc of a complete euro an still slit to be underrated says K I Uiwald M U In till Union SlKiml TIM study of the alleged jierverskm In the In stincts of drunkardK1 children has led me to doubt tilt existence of any such thing as an Innate I i etHistltutloJi al mud uimvoIdHhlclmnlierlnit after strung drink But tlwt craving Ollll established resembles the fin of ul llnlciis that would burn tinder water and reproduce its devouring than es from a mere spark Alcoholism s III many rtslsets true physical disorder of time Intermittent type and for n period varying trout a week to a conitle of nidiiths the cnnvN lisoMit hits no dltllculty In keiiilnp his pledge Here as elsewhere Htninpr al emotluim resict on the onainlsm Tin firm resolve to WIIHIIHT tho besetting vice has not been nil In vain Tike ttinptlnc demon seems to here depart Ill That lope limy hold Its own against the llrst HlrndmvR of tlu cloud which generally about till end of till second wet k bejtliw to creep over tilt patients soul In the form of VHRUU PlMll of discomfort The rpformant de clines to admit his di prmiltMicy or tries to explain It away thin way iv that there have born II w4Milntinent the debilitating luiit In SUUIIIUT or the dismal mints of winter may bare af fectwl tin ontnn nf IM niltnl limit tIM cloud remains ninl its lnrnrHn in creases till the very stars uf h nvpn nIt well ns all earthly gleams IIr lute stem blotted out of cxUUtMt A dull mars and more hlsuplsrltabN t irxir paralyzes all vital ciirnAii mud th deem for relief by tho ski of tilt nltll stimulant at lest rtnchts n diitrw of vehemence that thm tene to overpower the protests of consclrtHW The most dreadful wymptdiH of that atlllctlon and time nmln risk at the lirliik of a relapse Is the iterccptlou of the fact that the Inteimlty of tin dlfroom fort scorns to be slowly but stemllljr hit creasing I t the delimit even IMIW proves nil but an ovvrnmtch for the moral energies mliHinomd its to a last desperate fight for existence how stmll the tide of tattle turned toniorniw or sifter tomorrow when time enemy perhaps will return to tho charge with a legion of other lends In a crisis of that sort the lopes of the patient ns well as those of Ills nurses and friends may bo sustained by the confident expectation of n re spite which exK rIence hiss proved ti supervene about the end of tho fourth day after the beginning of the par oxysm An anesthetic a lethargy akin to that relieving the anguish of a rusting cure gives the tortured nerves an In terval of rest There Is still a fooling of abnormal languor limit the ngolny has subsided nail the prayer for IKHCO Is answered by n few hours of slum her The RiibstMiuinit craving for stim min tion Is not much snore Important tluiu the morning habit of tho habitual toper and the least repetition of tho poison dose nt tint time tends to clinch time fetters of bondage nail to forfeit the benefit of the previous struggle limit If the patient continues to re fuse any compromise the whispers of the tempter gradually become less au dible and everything depends on the possibility of aiding the convalescent to tide over the transition period of the next two or three weeks Enlist the assistance of diverting past lines of field sports or of etirp compelling fatigues Thomas do Quln ccy actually broke time chains of the opium habit by walking twenty miles away from hone through wind and weather and then com ollng himself to walk back again before venturing to court sleep that night What mat ter If his feet staggered as long a8I they carried him further and farther from the dungeon of slavery earl ness as that of an approaching collapse only brought promise of the long missed luxury of refreshing sleep Ho not only hoped but knew that he could dispense with poison for that set af ttvetdy four hours and score anoth er victory over the power of tho fiend Cruindliiic In n Caravan The National Temperance League of England has Inaugurated n caravan crusade of twenty weeks The cant van In charge of Mr George UarllcU ulsslonor will travel through fifteen counties Meetings will be held nt vii lager and towns en route Saturday light and Sunday being lIt Hi the larger towns where local temperance workers will cooperate r Whnt Morlunrj Iluiiropt Show Deaths statistics compiled from the figures of various life Insurance com panies In England liy time United King tom alliance show that during the same age period the percentage of ileuthsamotig total abstainers In com paulson with tliu average drinker and thespublieOrijseliIi tOrlvt In the former case and cc In the latter iTHE HOME THE MEDICINAL VALUE OF FRUITS AS DREAKFAST FOOD Tho nJlJl1o sajH tit Kntnily Oocloi is ono of tho best of fruits Hiiktxl or stowed apploH will lIorIInlwo with tlio most dolicati slonmcli and are mi excellent nuMlicJuoiiiL man OIIIH of tlfcklllH lcffior rnlhiJlo applos ntovtl and Rtvelteltellare plww nut to limo tnsto nxiliiif noiiriHliinj multi laxative far superior in ninny Steen to tits nhol11iunhlo doses of salts nnd oil usually given in fever and other disiiisoH lists npplierfiuid dri cd apples stowed art teller for II tipntion limn liver pills Ornnfjei nro very acceptable to most HtonincliN ImviiiK nil thonilvnnlnjfOH of limo aeit alluded to but thn orniifo juice morn Rliould ho taken rejecting limo pulp Tho unities inuy Iw said or lemons Ixulcgnlnnlny null nil IliatcliiHs- Lotnoinulo is UIA Iwst drink in for ors nod wlion tliiekem with sugar is hotter than Imp of squills nnd otlioi imtisenntn in many cases ortOIIHh ToniKtoeM net on this liver nnd Ixnvoln and aro much amore pleasant and unfit tliun hue pills mind lire rojiilntorH1 Tlio juice Nliould IK used alone rejecting thin nkiiiH Tlio mnall Needed friiitw siieli ns blncklxtrricH figs rnnp hurries uurninlH and strawberries stay IH classed ninoiij the trot axis mud medicines The miyar in theme ill nutritious limit nail ta tio 21 itirifviiii nail tho se Oft laxative Vu would tits Much the jjninora if wo would look more to our orcluml nnd pudoim for our medicine nnd less to our drugstores To euro fever or set on time kidnoTs no fobrifiiKo or diuretic is Hiiporior to utitorinulon which limy with few exceptions ho tiikou in Hicknoss and health in nluinsl iinliinilwl qnatititieH not ouly with out injury but with positive bonolit But in using them tho water or juiiv should ho taken oxcludiiif tho pulp Mild the melon should ho fresh nod ripe but not over ripe and stale or nil fruits with which where ides se l till poach is tho most delirious and diKuMiblo There in nothing more palntnblo wholesomo and modiehml ban good Ho ponchos Thoy should bt ripe hut not over rite old hull rotten nnd of this kind they mny mnko n jmrt of either men or IHJ ont nn Ixtwcen meals but it is IntUor to snake thoinn pArt of thortKdnrmonlK It is inisUkoh idea that no friiitsliould IK onton nt bnmkfnsl It would IMI far hotter if our ixoplo would mint lass bnuon and grease nt breakfast nUll irioro fruit In tho morning hero is ny acrid Rlnlo of tho sccretioiiH nnd nolhiiif is so well calculated to correct this ns cooling Hub acid fruits lie hnil ponchos apples etc Still most of us hnvo IxHU taught that eating fruit before breakfast is highly dangerous How tho idcn origiinitod wo do not know hull it is oortninly n groat error contrary to both ronson and lucti A HIIOCKINd CALAMITY Lately befell n railroad lalwrer writes Dr A Kollott of Wdliford Ark Ills foot was foully crushed hilt Hucklons Arnica Snlvo quickly cured him Its simply wonderful for Rurnr Boil Pits and nil skin nruptions It is tho worlds champion holder Curo guaranteed 2rc Sold by Mast Knd Drug Co Reduced to FI FTylCENTS A New Idea WomansMagazine liT Formerly OneDollar 0 IFashontore the American public shows New Ideas In Fashions in Millinery In Embroidery In Cooking In Readingbeautifully In black and white Above all II shows the very fashionable New STYLES made from NEW PAT Tessa which cost only lOc each Send Five Cents Today famine copy of the Nil w WOMANS and via what great value for the mousy It can five you THE NEW IDEA PUBLISHING CO 6S6 Broadway New Trk V T WOlHUNd MillTANI DAY Tho bunioHt and mightiest littlo thing that over was tnmlo ill Dr Kings Now Life Pill These pills clmngo XVPuknoBH into strength listloflsnoHH into energy braining into mental power Ttioyro worjderful in build ing up tlio hcaltli Only lipporboi Sold by East End Drug Co r THE SCHOOL I 11N1 11111111 OUR GREATEST NEED Our Schools Cannot Prosper Without Trained Teachers Obviously from tho fouls nliovn in this figures I hnvo cited Lust prcRMiiK need of till South is for public educa tion soil the form of public diirnlpu for which this need is most prowin in that of thin common school in ho country districts It in not worth while to tlvvoll much on this proposition This fjroat body of IlItnlllhttIIII1 nt all inturoNtcd in tho subject in this South are profoundly huproHsod with it Fig tires might ho given in detail to show spocilio iiiHlnnciiH of neat they mire sot nuinxl Puts rimes of ignoraiuo nc tually existing ill dilToroiitdiegreiHin dilTerent Status in undeuhiblo niul in tiudeuie Hut in dealing with it two facts intuit to tnkuti into account Ono oxtroiuo dilliculty in founding coun try schools in sections that nro poor and ignorant moat tho other in this striking iintl general WIt of trained lenclicrrt With both of thono ftmets tho Southern oilmntioiiid inovenient Is trying to deal AIry unrmwt ef fort is mouthing to seeurn local taxation for school Tho nyi tom IH litllo known or understood in limn South and tho first aim of tho Southern men of lap IMiicittiou Hoard in to inform and nroiiNo till public opinion of limn country districts iu this dlrecliou Tim second met tho luck of teaehore SHOVOII moro immediately important If thorn wore uvnitnhls lilt hiH lnomput fifty millioim of dollars for tho im ploymont of teachers in the rural KihoolH in the South it could not of fectively hooxpondcd Tilt first thing to IK done thcrvforo tiniirtling to tho teMimouyof nil tho Southern wluon torn is thin teaching of Southern toaohurH ThU cannot ho rapidly or wtsily Bono It in u matter of timo and of steady intolligoiit HVhtcinutio work full such work Is lx ing plnnnisl and put into rM ration It IIIIH thin growing Hvmpnthy rout nclivo cooM r pahliclnailtho South It has wlmt in still moro vuliiablo thin i nriH htMiipiortuf u very largo uumlptrof intcllignut womou In tho SoutlmEuwAmuCtxr iu time York Tunes A smmltDont neglect n lUlIctrtIllSI than unplofiHant Hy using Ono Mlmito Cough Curo you can euro it nt onco Allays hr llnmmntion clears tho h sad Kootlicn und strengthens this mucous mom brhuo Curm coughs croup thront nud lung troubles Alwolutoly snfo Acts imiuwliiitely Children like it For sale by East End Druga FARMIN1NU11N1 r11N1N 111NININIIN NNNIINNN NN VALUE OF ADSORBENTS IN STALLS GRASS IN THE CROP ROTATION ETC Stable bedding porfonnsn valimblo service oiitNido of proviilitig comfort for stock Otto of t most HIICWHH foe farmnrH said to unto didnrod e tlmt ho would have found Cunning 0 unprofitable lint for limn mnimor of bedding his niilnmlH Ills object was nut only to unvo food by keeping his stock dry sad wnrm but also to nb sorb ovory ounco of liquid mamiro Tho kind of bedding not its prcpuiu tion gn nty inllueiuvH tho loss or gniu When wholo straw is used limp liquids mute not wholly absorbed but ivhou the htrnw is cut fins it not only fills In thin stalls IxUtnr stud prevents cold tlrniights along tho flab but niM fully nbsorlH till Inpilds trod goes into this mnuiiro hone in n condi tion which permits of rapid ilecom MMiitiou Then thorn is tho grout amount of labor NIIVIS when handling nmiiuro tlmt is Ono Ono of thus nib vantages in tho nhrcddiug of cone folder is that tht stalks are torn to pieces nud miidnitriiilnbla for Is ldlng limo stalks being put to um iuxlead of tomitiniiig in the lllds It takes limn to reduce coarse materiiils iu till heap limit when tljoy nro Hun theyscxtn do ooinpastt nnd also hold morn plant food in solution Much is written regarding scrub stock but farmers buy scrub trees ulIllrMssls of hcnib varieties of plants Tho of buliHtteil varietiiw pnHiunsI from rolinblo notirws will greatly add to time yields of cnjm It is fruit till seal that the plant logins lull everything do onds milieu limo judgment of thin emeriti leis suleutionof teed nt the starting or tho sets m TIll founilntion of farming grnin and in ordertoIwsucceHwful tho farm r should uovttr omit dress from hU rotation A good sod to turn under s nt lotist every four yours will Make the haul mow profitable nud will bu ronlly worth tutho summer in tho ls no ntH inimiti d to thu soil moro than till rnluo of time grass for hay or ituNtur ago When putting in n gnins crop in limo nprinir limo ctireful propnratiou flt this soil shmihl IK tutu nmin OhJiCItt iu application of fertiliwr to Ixi lint r rowel iu vl to worth morn to tho grass tlmn nt soy Inter stage Gut if jl Hoot shut cold time grass will tnkoimro or Utlulf n Henry L Shnttuck of ShoIMiurg lownAvns cured of n st munch bauble with which ho hitch IHMII tillliele for years by four IxixeHof Chninlerlnlnri itoinnuh rind Liver Tablels Ile hind previously tried mnny other remedies mil n number uf physicinns without relief For snlo by S K Vrun In J RIPANSI i J ii f years nnd ns I darn Ixsm acting ns n drug clerk past yearn I have hnd n good chnnco lo try remedies in this market limit never found anything until wo got in n supply of Hiptim Tubules tlmt did mo any good Tho harts entirely cured mo At times could howl nothing on my slomnch and I haul n sour Htoumch moft nil tlio 4 fact I was miserable mid lifo was hardly worth living was mitt cross nod crnblcd by my friends limit now hay nil notice tho chnngo In m- oAT DRUGGISTS- The J1 five cent packet is enough for an 31 ordinary occasion The family bottle six ty cents contains a supply for a yearyt I BEREA COLLEGE 4 Foundod 1866 Places the Best Education in Reach of All Over HO Toncliorst 800 HtudontH from liO States Largest s College Library In Kontuclcy NO HALOONH uv i Trade SclioolH Cnrpontry Printing HotiHOWork Nursing two years 3 Model HclioolM Oonornl F litcntion lilting for ndvancod coiirsus 1Qr tliotfi Il lclclIl1y tilvunccil lo yet n teacher ccrllleatettAppllod Sclonco Two yonrs coitrso with Agriculture young mOil and Douiffltio Scionco for young ladies Normal Ctuirso Two years with practice lonchtng AciKtoiny COIIFHO Four years fitting for College for business mm Collage CourHO Literary Sciontilic Classical for hutrn ticnoel Organ Choral Crooi Vocal Piano Theory Wo nrq lore to all who will holp ihoinsolvoH toward n Christian win cation Our instruction ifl a from girt Studonbi pay a small incidentnl feo to moot expenses of tho school npart from instruction and must also pay for Ixmrd in advance Expenses for torah 12 svooks2l to 533 of which 111 to 21 imiHt ho paid when tho oxitors t w Time Hohoolifl eiuloroetl Baptists CongroKatioimlist Disciples Mnthod istfl ProsbytoriaiiH and good of nil denominations f For information and friendly advice address tho Secretary WILL O GAftllJLK Xlcroa Maillnnu Jo KVi I 4 Ii t 1 11 4r 2THE CITIZEN ro FOR BETTER ROADS Veir A olntloti Ilirinril to tin pro Amnrlenn I1lulimin- llvor Since tfco ntninoblle twain n ftiRlilomiljlo fml the furred has often Uuuji mmlo that the imitlmeiit for good roads would nt UNI IM Klvtii a winning lianilwfty In all INlrtn of time country mye thu WnnliliiKtuu Star It wits salt that Hiuo miili force waa iiwcwarjr to omiylnoo nttte lKl latun of tin ne iOMtly of IMMIIIR effective Kimd rvmds Inn a and that the InitnennM Itrlilnil thu nutomolillo Industry oath IHM would forward the cnmtMlKii for ugh ends Hut for tome rmiwm UH mmeimnt hue inage ll Until hew ItWontly there waa uncanlwNl in New Ybrk Mty tbo AMOVUU Itond11NOn Of America iinrtw tIM Initiative of HOIliO of Hie furuHioat miloiimhlllKtM of tilt initroiKtll Tho HMOflatfaui k n opntiKHMlo of all tie liitrtvvtM mnepritml In thu bottwinwit of tin Anirrliitn Illyliwnys the KtiloittoliitllaU the ey litHO tho rot ilrlvetti atul tlio truck ownurs Thin oamtrittatkHi limun an Hbtlvv OHtupalKH not only for IteUw liT 1i a In tlw country but for good ult3 pasruntw- rhe nMMottaltotiu pledged in mute licit li ell to work fw the aatlnfartory nuulntlon of trtiltc Ute erection otI Mnt Minim nwl road alrtWMltI proper Halitlii of trttwta nisi high WI till hiP i161u of Uw obatriH lUii of till IlLittrs with ditttrurUvc luitrrialH or IU ir tloiHiini with watnr Mul r irtlcularlv Ih rllt Buforrrnwut Of ill Kn eil nriliiiiini Tin Lngttf iiHTimn 1YhreIlMt ilil a u1rrfNl is nfK Iti mernnnliiK hII Inertia nf tb rrulidlHtrlrtu and In IthiuliitliiK tt Kiiti UtflNlntnit In LlMMl HMO III Ilirllt IlUt It fell Itiin Harl ful i iud did not m jlul nil that vvt to lie drab Til eninilry so t tin tmtilt ot1llnll lliV tu road to remain In art d0 ri pair Is HI flltl Hi iont ot 1iiitv r End mnklror on tI rmt Ai en polo MI wiorti n tlmt the trhOII- i1 it found th iiixhw only Iii L ivn In tin treat hut Their lailnnrf ii nvev r wis i illnt end pr- ruItN l Which li Ixill rtlinrly- ftijil niuted bt tin gayer N- tnlrk nnd Ujr UH f w awnrlali of 1Httiiii ttata near th large HI rn1 mHocl itkMi of the Inter li rniMd will permit u gnat it nro T ritlIpulavwlrg Many Nhitis ail o rahiiltM i4ntnW amen low from tin or ptirnttoH AMERICAN HIGHWAYS lUrtrlnr ludai nil Ibn lmMirlaiir of loud Iliad x- In ft country as farts U thaI Iu wiilfili we nt wllb the canter IHI if Hi prfHluctUK rctttoiMi wl k ljr sttt ritil from tM market which tbr iti Ute matter of tniiM Hirtiitluim m uf vat laU Wl wrlfvi tho lion Miirita Uodjp dlrwftw uf IIMr af liv of puddle roM inquiry IN the lo rune Thin apipllles particularly to out Hgjl ulliml Iwudubl for wblto a scat portten both at ottr maaofac Hired mlpNt a of ow farm awwtb ituiiit bo utovMl long lUataun by rail or water Infur machlng a marKi lintttfoHHy all of tho lifter most also ho IntiwtiortiHl fur pester or tow iWa a iHlieoe over tlHr imbllc blgkwara The quuttult or ullrketing tittle qrkotIl tilrel protlncta MmuunUng In tte eDit urt SIR V s to f KOOOLOoaono auotwllr MI tams that the dealer ran afford to pay nl il tho wrowor to accept often reduces llgtflf to n itiMtloii of ik ap and Iadt clallTurj In other weird to a iinwtloii f emnoinlcnl traHj IOIA lion It has Iteon utoown by mathematical clpinonitmtloii that It CDlCa room to mpvo n bnnhal of wheat or a ton of lirty tiyt tntlw ovvr tho average coun try rofitls of tlio Unltttl State tban to tfi f ort tbo Miiao burden mllw ly railway or 2000 tides by team NjltiL U Implied many time In lilirurunt wrt8 of the country that fnruarv limo lot crop IW to waste lie oatiie tho cult of ImulliMc them to u Wtust market or railway uhlppluK Pfllnt over wretched 11111 kiiit roada nirmiintod tll inoro tlmn Quid bo real lied fur tlwm afturwanl wluvMa It 1OOd road cm which brnvj loathe coup 10 hanlid uul boon at pawl the same tirppK uiinld Imvo b0eu luarketwd at a titnld RroiH to tlio producer a Idle tho Jwiiomlc pain ntttiltlnt from tlirfr all lillontlon lo twefiil IU1NMee1 would litiro lieon very considerable rrotltli Par lii nilliin and Hrpnlr whurorur Itnpruell road Ate toad thttiv should bo pruvlalon for their innlntcnnnco amid nwlnteimnco uliouhl iiitmn wtMjUIy Insptfllon ofthotn UIH lintnodkito mmlr of every llttlu broah wiys tin Now York Tribune whore rOndfl nro built with state nld mdr thou prient uscollunt Inw such Inajiec thiii tend repair art niattira of tate R- ull us of local concern and It would bo well to havo eonie formal lIIullr- lillllllnlljt or ngrecuiunt upuult iiWOO II lifo slate aid tho local authorities Thin the inori de lrnble flnco the extent of ttltito upped rondo Is mpldly Incroa lfinnd will doubtless In future III urease Htlll more rapidly It In true ns tlio tutu engineer report that the v roads which have been built Rlvo mi- tpiallllcd BiitUfactlon to the people who thou nod In nearly every case lend tp n duinand fur further extension of tlio Bystuin nod Road Mini lit Inlil Iur The only wny wo mil over expect to build Imvo good roads In this Htato Is by contract and by luxation nnd wo havo advocated thus course for Homo time Bays the Nowbcrry N Humid In hint wo foul sure that oven thosu of our citizens who aro mo t nfrnld of taxation anti hpldtip their hands In holy horror at tho atiggaatlon of iih Increase In taxation would cenao nil opposition after using BOIUO good roads nut would bccomo tho most ar dent nnd tHtluisliiHtlo advocated oft taxation for roadhulldlnu L CliiiinborliunH Colin Oholorn nod Dlnrrhoon Hoinody IIIIH n world widx reputation for ita ctiros It novor falls nnd is plmsnnt and safe to take For solo bj S IS WKLCII Jn- IOOOOOIIOOIIOOOOiIOOIOOOOA 7lBiackb kIo r By MLPII CONNOR tf rarttl 00000000100100 1 arealIli wipi Craig to Jim Ma vnrn ilftnr She did nut hear ua row ling hilt HtiHMl near till window Iahlll up at thu inoMutaliw Ste waa dntwnl In wimo rhbIn atwff aril wore At her ltII bunch ut wild flowers I had serer urn her ao beautiful I did not milder that Craig pleated with bla tout uNin the thrpabokl to look at her She tunnel anti aaw ua With a triad cry Ob my darling you hare come to owl ape cams with ontatretchiil atOlL I turned and deli but the cry and the rlaloii were long with we It wit IwjJded that night that Mm Moror akeuld go llie next week A tuber ami talll wife were going eett nud h too wouhl joist the party The camp went Into mourning at the neWN but It was ttudenrtood that any ilHlay of grist before Mrs Manor waa lad forte SIll waa not to be an noyed Hut when I suggi tell that she abouhl leave qnlctlr ad mould the wln of say lug gwMiiiy she dally refnaed I lutist my viMxIby to every moan Tliey Ie t mr mid love them It was dililil too Mt Drat that tbiTf ahnM In nothing In the way of a irailnMNiiu but when Craig found out but tbf in wore coming to her wltb sill MMIH of extraordinary gifts he tblO11QulduKrnil shut I should buy a ring fur her Aiil w0to It toot that the contribu tion WIt Htrlctly lluilleil to 91 HIP 1iiriMt that Mulii iiuuded her wino Show rnnl tin iiiitnM at the farewell supIWr would boar been many Uiue Nisei write ib0 gild that was prcMtt upon thf oiuiiilttit There were no spsrrlwe tit till slipper excejK VIM by in Mlf III npiy on SIra Mavora behaf Sh bad inii loft the wonU to MV lid I IIH iiionniKlily prrpurtHl elM I beganiInMr iialiiimn ladles stud gentle Bjeti MH iu orla Hut I got no further tar at tM Men lion of hour IIIIIIIH the men Moods on the doles and jolkii until they could yell no maro Three were over KM of thu and tttw rffect wan ovvrHiw rlHg IMiJ I got tbTixiKh my spoitch I remflinbur It well It begun Jun Manor Is Rractly touched III this mark of your lore and she will srecr your tint nhvays null prlila Arum It ended with She has one rtjquiwt to tJrUtyou will be true to too leagu anti that you stand dote about the wall who Ilk moat to make It She wishes mo to My that however far away abe may have to go shim hi leaving tier heart In IllMk Hook and she Nil think uf no greater Joy than to wwe back to you PInThen they lad use Sweet Hy tad Ily Iwt tlw men would not join In tilt retrain unwilling to pose u note of the glarloiiM yoke they lured to hgr Us foe the hut venw she iHKkoiHHt to ma I went to ken sUmllng by Craig ahlu no lie played for her Ask theta to sing she entreated I cnnnot bear It IIII Mayor whiiieH you to slug In the refrain I tall nod nt once Jho mwiaat up Mill cleared their throats The winging vita lint good but at the lint sound of the hoarse stoles of the men Cralga head went down over the onmu for ho wns thinking I suppose of the days twfere thorn when they would long In vain for tftnt tbrlllbiK voice that soared high over their own boarw tnnu mud liner the voices dloil awny he kept on playing till lair turning toward him she snug alone ones nor the refniln In a votes low situ awevt and tender as It for him alone ami so he took it for he mulled up at her his old mnlle hub of courage nnd full of love Then for one whole hour she stood saying goodby to those rough gentle hearted wen whoso Inspiration to good lieu she liad been for live years It was very wonderful anti very quiet It wns understood that there was to lit no noiiHMisi and Abe had been heard to declare that he would throw out nay cotton backed foul who couldnt hold himself down mid further ho had en Joined tbwiu to remember that her arm wasnt a pump handle At hist they wore nil Bono nil but her guard of OIIOrShllW Vernon Vlnton titordlc Nlxon Abe Nelson Omlg am myself fhls was the real farewell for though In the oarly light of time next morning 200 men stood silent about the stage mind ns it moved out waved their hata null yelled madly this wits Hit but touch they hag of her land Her place was up on tho drivers sent be twectn Aba and Mr Craig who held little Marjorie on his knee Time rest of the iniiiiil of honor woro to follow with Ornemos twim It was WlntonH line ueusu that kept OniCiiio frown following them close Lot her to out alone ho said and wo hold back mid watched her BO Sho stood with hur buck toward Abes plunging four horse team and steady lug hitsiir with one hand on Abes nhoiildiT gated down upon us Her bend wax bare her llpn purled In a ainlli1 her eyes ir6wlng with their own- deep light and mi Turing m erect mnillnK she drove away waving us farewell till Abe swung hts train limbo the canyon road and we saw her no morn A sigh shuddered through time crowd and wltb a aob In his volcu Vinlon wild clod help ua nil I ikNM my cyiii and are It all again the wnvliiK crowd of lurk fucetl men till plunging borne and high tip tlu pull the driver the awayltif tolling waving MHIIIP nud nUiut all the moun tain frauilng the jrtcture with their murk tilde nnd will fs aka tipped with the gold of the rlnlnc lull It Is a pic lure I love in look upon albeit it calls up another that I can never He but through tpum I look arrow a strip of ever widening water ut group of men upon the wharf standing with beech uncovered every man a hero though not a man of thorn mmpecta It least of all time man who aland In trout strong reM lute self euIIIILlfred and gaalng long think I Neo him turn again to lilt plneenlo11g the turn of the mountains riot forgetting but every day remem bering the great love that Dante to him and remembering too that love is not all It In then the tears conic lint for that picture two of us at least are hitter men today- CIIAPTkR XIII HOW KEIJton CAkZ nova lITHHOUnil the tong summer the mountains and the pines were with we and through the winter too buy aa I was nlllug in my flinch Hock aketcboa for the railway jteoplf who would still lieralat In ordering them by the ckJltlt the memory of that atlrrlng Ute would cons over me anal once more would be among the dent pines anti the mighty snow waked mountains and before me would appear the red ahlrt esl ataanty men or dark faced miners great rrr bold fellow driving me al most mad with the desire to aelae anti fix tbose swiftly changing groups of plcturewut tlirureii At auch times I would drop my sketch and with ttfllller brush eat a group a tale a flgnro and that how my tudlo romea to be ailed with the men of Black Rock There they an aUmt nor iraeme and the men from the wuutl trendy lisp tlrte HK iauipliell mind In many atti tude OIH groups old mUll Nelaon Craig tint and blot miner 8 haw Ueor die Nixon poor old Hilly and the keep cr of the leugue alum It antes aa It I lived among them and the Illanhin was greatly belpeil l y the Vivid l ttir Jrueiue bent me from time to time Itrlef note mine now ami then from ring too to wined I had arnt a faithful mvoiiut of how I bud brought Sirs Muvnr to her IIhlp and of how lad watthod her sell away with IIOIHJ too brave a face its abe held up her Imncl that bore the miner ring and ambled with that deep light In Ito eye Ah those eye late driven me to drapalr and mimetic me fear that I am no great painter after all In aplto eat wilt my friend till me who come in to smoke my good cigars and praise my bruah I can get time brow cud hair and mouth pal poe but the eyea the eyre elude me lad tho faces of Ira Juror on my wall that the mm palest arid rave over are not much aa I could rtiow to any of the men from the mountains Graeme letters toil tae chiefly about Craig ami bla doings awl abaft old man Nelson while from Craig I hear about Uraeme cwt how he and Nelson ue taiHllug at his back pad doing what they van to till the gap that tine or can lie filled The threo are much together I can see awl I um glad r them all but elderly for Craig whose face grief Btrtcken but resolute aud- often gentle aa a womans will not leave me or let me ret In peace The upte of thanks be sent me waa entirely duuractdlatlc ITiere were no Iieroli much IftIII plnlnt or self pity It was slmpto and manly riot Ignoring the pMlu but waking much of the Joy And then they haul their work to do That ttwte ao clear so manly itobly aemrtble stiffens my hick yet nt tines In UM spring came time startling news that Ulack Itmk wotikl soon bo no more The mines trero to dome down on April 1 The company Jmvlns al lured the confiding psibllo with rntlc Ing description of marvelous drifts veins assay ol pro1 ota anti lutvlng expemled vent sums of the publics money In developing the mines till the aaMirance of their reliability was ab solutely final calmly aunt down and vanished With their vanishing van lilies lllack Hock not without loss and much deep cursing on time part of tho men brought wane hundreila uf miles to Akl time company In Its extraordina ry and wholly Inexplicable gamine Ioraonally It grieved mo to think that my plan of returning to Black Koctt could never bo carried out It was nigreat compensation however that the three men tnost representative to me of that life were soon to visit mo actually In my own Ironic and den Graemes letter said that In one mouth they might lie expected to appear At least he and Nelson were soon to come nndCrnltf would thou follow On receiving the grad news I nt onru looked up young Nelson nnd hlA slater and we proceeded to celebrity tho Joy till prospect with a spuchilly good thin her I found the greattwt delight In picturing the Joy and pride bf the old man In hll children whom he had not semi for fifteen or sixteen years The mother had tiled some five yours be fore Then the farm was sold nnd time brother and abler came Into the city sell any rather might be proud of then Tho son was a well mndo young fellow hnndaome enough thoughtful nod solid looking The girl reminded me of her father Time name revolution unite Smell In mouth anti jaw and tho same part nloii slumbered lu the dark IfCCII a s Slip was not beautiful but nhc carried hurself wull smith would always look at her twice It would ho worth something to sec time mcutliiK between fntlMT and daughter Hut tutu the greatest artist of all takes little count of the careful draw lug mud the bright coloring of our fan cys plcturcm butt with rude bund do iti linen sill nod with one swift nweep imlntH out the bright and palntx In tile dark and tills trick he Kcrved me when OIK June night after lung and anxloiiH vastmy tour suddenly opcmd nod Urncnio walked In UJMIII like a Hpccter gray mud voiceless July shout of welcome wan clHiked hUll by time lush In his teem old could only nt hIm and wait for hit word lie gripped my InuIt tried to speuk but indeed to make wonlm coint Sit Mown old man I said pusliliiR him Into my chair nod take your time He obeyed lookhiK up at mo with burning MliHplesR eyes My heart tore for his mUery and Mild Dont mind old ehnp It cant he 80 awfully lad Youre hero wife and sowed ut sty rate And so I went on to give him time but he shuddered null looked round and groaned Now look hero fJrnemp lots lave It When did you Imul hero Where Is Xelwin Why didnt you bring him uprHe at the station In his collln he answered slowly MIn his loUlllr I echoed my beauti ful picture all vanishing How was It Through my cursed folly lie groan eel bitterly What liappencd I aBkcd Hut ignoring mj titinstlon ho said I mmtt woe his children I have not Mloit for four nights I hardly know what I am doliiR hut I cant rest till I see his children I promlscil him Oct them for me Tomorrow will do Go to sleep now anti we aliall arrange everything to morrow I urged No he said fiercely tonight now In loll an hour they were listening palo and grief stricken to the story of their fathers death Ioor Graeme was relentless III his self condemnation as he told how through his cureod folly old Nclxon was kllleil The three Craig Graeme and Xelmiii had come as far ns Victo ria together There they left Craig and wale on to San Francisco In nn evil hour Graeme wet n companion of other null evil days and It WitS not tong till the old fever came upon him In vain Nelson warned and pleaded The reaction front the monotony and poverty of camp life to time excitement and luxury of the San Fwmclsco gaining jmlaccH swung Graeme quite ofT his feet mint till that Nelson could do- to follow from place to place and keep watch And there ho would sit said Orneroe In n haul hitter voice wait lug and watching often till thee gray momluK light whllo my innilncHs lick me fust to tho tumble One night here he pnuswl n moment put his face In him Imnds south shuddorcd but quickly ho was muster of himself again and wont on In time suave hard volceotme night my iwrtner nnd I were playing two men who had done us up before I know they were cheating but could not dulcet them Gnaw after game they won till I was furious at my stupidity in not being attic to catch them Happening to glance at Nelson In the corner I caught a meaning look and looking again ho threw mo u signal I know nt once what the fraud was and next game charged the fellow with It Ho gave mo the He I struck his month but before I could draw my gun his partner had me by time arms What followed I hardly know While I was struggling to get free I saw him roach for his weapon but ns ht drew It Nelson sprang across Hie table and bore him durum When the row was over three wen lay on tho loor One was Nelson He took tho shot mount for me Again the story paused And time that shot him I started nt the Intense llcrcenessln the voice and looking upon the girl maw her eyes blazing with n terrible light He Is dead answered Graeme III dlfferonlly You killed him she asked eagerly Gnieme looked at her curiously and answered slowly- I did not moon to Ho came nt me I struck him harder than I know Ho never moved Situ drew n sigh of satisfaction and waited Jot him to n private ward Had thu boat doctor In time city and sent for Cling to Victoria For turco days we 1hotght ho would live ho was keen tot homo but by tho time Craig camu hud given up hope but I wins thankful to see Craig come In and tlmg Joy In the old mans eyes was beautiful to stud There was no pain nt last and no fear He would not allow me to re proach myself saying over timid over You would have done time ame fur me as I would fust enough anti It Is better me than you I am old and done You will do much good yet for the boys And he kept looking nt me till- I could only promise to do my best Rut I am glad I told him how much good he had done me during tho last year for he seemed to think that too good to Jjo true nod when Craig told him how he had helped the boys in the camp iud how Sandy awl Itaptlsto nnd tho Campbells would always bo butter men for his life among them tho old mans face actually shone as If light were coining through null with surprise and Joy he kept on saying Do you think so Do you think so Ierhaps so perhaps so At the lust he talked of Christmas night at thu camp You were there you remember Craig had beet holding n service unit some thing happened I dont know what but they both knew t tbolIllface turned up to the stuns Whatever It was It was In bin nomad at tho very last nnd I can never forget his face as he turned It to Craig One hears of such things I had often but had never put much faith In them But Joy rapture triumph those anti what were In his face as he said his breath coming short You I1I1tlhowouldlltrllllllllOI- lwlrlrllhtlIot once not once hestuck lo theIin glad he told onethous- lothfor ouou rvtvlahoIII see Imhuntmdtell him And Craig kneeling beside him so steady I was hohavlng like n fool smiled down through his streaming tears Into the din eyes so brightly till they could see noMiiore Thank him for that He helped the old man through and he helped me too that night thank God Sad Graemes voice hard till now broke in a sob He had forgotten us and was back beside his passing friend mill nil his self control could not keep back the lowing tears It was his life for mine he said huskilyThe brother and sister were quietly weeping limit spoke no word though I knew Graeme wino waiting fur them I took up the word and told of what hnil known of Nclsoji and his Influ once upon the mun of Black Hock They listened eagerly enough hut still without speaking There seemed noth fig to say till I suggested to Graeme that he must get some rest Then the girl turned to him nnd Impulsively put ting out her hand sold Oh It Is all so sad but how can wo over thank you Thank me gasped Graeme Can you forgive me I brought him to his death No mil You must not say sol she nnswered hurriedly You would have done the same for him God knows I would said Graeme earnestly mud God bless you for your words And I was thankful to see the tears start In his dry burning eyes We carried him to the old home lu the country that he might lie by the side of the wife he had loved and wronged A few friends met us nt the wayside station mill followed In sad procession along the country road that wound past farms alto through woods and ut last up to the ascent where the quaint old wooden church black with the rains nul snows of many years stool among Its suet graves The lit tie era oynrd sloped gently toward the setting sun mill from It one could sir far on every side the fields of grain and meadowland that wandered off over softly undulating hills to meet the maple wools at the horizon dark green amid cool Here mill there white farmhouses with great barns standing near looked out from clustering or chards Up tho grass grown walk and through the crowding mounds over which waves uncut the long tangling grass we bear our friend and let him gently down Into the kindly bosom of Mother Garth dark moist ninth warm The sound of n distant cowbell mingles with tbo voice of the lust prayer tho clods drop heavily with heart startling echo the mound Is heaped and soaped by kindly friends sharing with one another the task time long rough sods are laid over and patted Into place time old minister takes farewell In a few words of gentle sympathy time brother and sister with lingering looks at the two graves side by side the old and the new step Into the farmers car riage and drive away time sexton locks the gate nnd goes home and we are left outside alone Then wo went lock and stood by Nelsons grave After n lung silence Graeme spoke Connor he did not grudge his life to me and I think amid here the words came slowly I understand now what that means Who loved me and gave himself for me Then taking oil Ills lint ho said rev erentlyBy Gods help Nelsons life shall not end but shall go on Yes old manlcollng down upon the grave Im with you and lifting up his face to time calm sky God help me to be truu1lllltho turned and walked briskly away as one might who had pressing business or ns soldiers march from a comrades brave to n merry tune not that they have forgotten but they have still to light And this was the way old wan Nel son came home CHAPTKIl XIV OrtAKUKH XEV IltnTU ITIKUK was more left In tbnt grave thou old man Nelsons dead body It seemed to me that Graeme left part nt least of his old self there with his head friend nod comrade In the quiet country churchyard I waited long for the old careless reckless spirit to appear but he was never the same again The change was unmistakable but hard to define He seemed to hare resolved tads life onto n dcllulto purpose He wns hardly so comfortable a fellow to bo with he made me reel ever more lazy ninth useless than was my wont but I respected him more and liked him none the less As n lion ho was not n success He would not roar This was disappointing to mo ninth to his friends and mine who bath been waiting his return with eager expecta tion of tales of thrilling amid bloodthirsty adventure Ills first days wore spent In making right or ns nearly right as ho could the break that drove him to the west Ills old firm nnd I has o had more respect for tho humanity of lawyers over sltico behaved really well They prow ed tho restoration of their confidence la bis Integrity and ability by offering j him n place In the firm which how ever he would not accept Then when r ho felt clean ns he said he posted oil home tlkln me with him During the railway journey of four hours ho hardly spoke hilt when we had loft the town behind and hind fairly got upon the country road that led toward the honor ten miles away his speech camo to him III n grout low Ills spir its ran over He wits tike a boy returning from his first college term Ills very face wore the boys open Irmofcent earnest look that used to men to him In his first college your Ills dullght In the fields and woods In the sweet country air and the sunlight was without bound How often had thoIwhere till tamaracks stood straight and slim out of their bells of moss time brute as wo used to call It whuro tho plume stump lingo and blackened were half hidden h yPln-rs Nth of pop nod rift maples time big hill whero we used to Jut out ant walk when the roads were hind the orchards where the hOIst apples were bjist mid most accessible all had their i memories TO fir CONTINUED A YOUNG LADYS MIK MAYMD- At 1unninn Colniutiln hI ClianiUrrlilnii Colic Cholera mill lllrrahorn lUimil Dr Cons H Utter n prominent plijflicinn of Puiminn Colombia in n recent tenor states Last Jlnroh I had nHii patient n yottiif lady fiixtron years of age who lad n very bad attack of dysentery Everything I pro scribed for her proved inolfechwl and silo WIIH tfrowiiifj worse every hour her parents wore mire nho would die Slur hal bocomo BO weak that she could not turn over in bed What lo do nt this critical moment was n study for inn but I thought of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Dinrrhoca Iliinptlr nml ns n Inst resort prescribed it Tlin most wonderful result was effected Within eight hourn she was fooling much better insido of three days she was upon hor feet nnd at tho end of ono wvok wits entirely well For pah by S I1ntuuiJn h Necessary Expenses for Twelve Weeks School Pcrmiw who board thcmxelve ran spend M much or little they rhnwc on living omr Itrwyto have a llttlo extra money forlKt ores books Bud other thins lInt the necessary FXIKIIMX are only M TopujrthcflrrtiUy folOnlIliSchoolKx IlinnltalFoe v Hook etc stout 2 0 7 of Id WlPiirnMicNlFirst Mounds Board tu a Uvlng iiOO To Iay during Ihe Itrm fflH t 00 UfKluulnglMo Hoard BO 6 JWfO iSCO Cenl Deposit returned 100 WaTotal Kxitrime 13 Wvnki 27 All 27 Ir For those isles A Grammar deduct tho ti for books anti ll from Incidental fee making the toUlonly H2I3O When four girl a room together each saver li or Iy more on room nod fuel making the told only 822no if classed below A Grammar Room sail Winter termITwo room for hou ikeeplnR with stores tic ran usually U rented for from Illu ffi a term Tho price nf it big cnlf n llttln tri bnrli or n hw IMIIIIHHIMIU bi lTovrrn will gleoiIterm of 111 which will rlmiiRn hubs Ufa fur the ItKlteil A WeakIStomach Indigestion is often caused by over eating An eminent authority says the harm done thus exceeds that front the cxcesslvo use of alcohol Eat nil the good food you want but doutovar load the stomach A weak stomach may refuse to digest what you eat Then you need a good digestant like Kodol which digests your food with out the stomachs aid This rest arid the wholesome tonics Kodol contains soon restore health Dieting unneces sary Kodol quickly relieves the feeling of fulness and bloating from which some people suffer after meals Absolutely cures Indigestion Kodol Natures Tonic goTtle1 Three Years in RichmondAnd sots of tooth that havo boon made nt my olut if thorn is ono sot or any sets that show any dofeuts I will ninko n new sot free Wo aro making time bout set of teoth in tho world for 750 nud if doleelH show in 1vt Jars wo give you n new Hot free This applies to all tho teeth have tnado or nm going to innko tho best alloy fills in the world nt 75 coats DR HOBSON Dentist Permanently located in tho ITobaAp p Building next door to Oov eminent Building Richmond Kentucky Rofnronco Richmond National Rank Special Prico to Students r I JC 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RaysI I liuvo cm ried De Witts Little Early Kisors with mo for several years anti wouldnt bI without them Small and easy tu tako Purely vegetable They rove 1gripoor distress For sale by Ens Drug Co REPAIR THAT LOOM Berea College has secured n niarke for hnmoHuun and homo wove i goods such as bed coverlids linen dres Bossy jeans blankets etc at follow ing prices Coverlids f1 to SO Linen 40 to ro cents n yard Dross Linsey 50 cent a yard Jeans 00 cents a yard Blankets natural brown wool or bard dyes 3 a pair White linsey and white blanket aro not in demand only on orders Coverlids must be 2 yards 72 inches wide and 2J yards KJ inches long All dyes used must lw old fashionw hotnoniado dyes Any woman who wants to soil cover lids or homespun to Boron Collcgt should find out what tho College wants Ixjforo Ixginning to weave 01 spin For information apply in per son or by letter to Mrs Hattie Graham Berea Ky TnioK FOR SALE About 25000 lret class brick very hard Will soil all or part to suit purchaser Tin brick may be seen on my farm none Whites Station Address or callon Goo D White Richmond Ky or sot tuna on the farm THE MARKETS Jit ktrOBTKD A 0 NORMAN 4 fO CINCINNATI AllJUlt CATTLECommonI22t 0100- t i25- U ShippersG25lro 7tX CALVES Choico 6r0 i1Largo Common JJOO Htxis 4OC Common rOO7rlFair good light740 7711r Packing780 rm SHEEP Good to choice 3 10 ao fiGil U Common to fair 125 Bm- LAUDS Good to choice 11 l5 liOO Common to fairiJOO a 42r WHEATNO 2 Red 70 eJ Ipj CORN P1J fOlaOATsNo 2 mixed 2J ItnNo 2 55 M n7 FLOUR Wintor patent 8155 l 40II fancy 335 tl BI c H2i MILL bEEniroo lliO HAT No 1 Timothy 1250 130f No 2 l10011No1 Clover 800 n HbO No2 700 7m WOOL Unwashon medium combing 17 J li Washed a 22 2i Tub washed 23 2i POULTRY Springers 12 Heavy lions 11 Roosters rl I Turkey liana 10 Ducks 7 Eons Frosh near by 194 HIDES Wet salted OJ 7Y II No dry salt II 10 Bull 0 I 7 f Sheepskins 40 50- TAiLowPrieto city 7 7Country fij FEATHERS Goose now nearly whilo 93 gray to average 88 12 Duck colored to white 28 aEi Chicken white no quills 18 j Turkey body dry 12 Hj NNN111NNIINN1111111N1NM LOCAL AND PERSONAL NNNNN1N11NN1NN11N N NINN1 NN Ask for it at Welchs Meal nt 75 costa yet nt Welchs BEST BREAD at Bicknoll Enrh Rev H J Derthick has been sick at his homo sinco Friday Born to Mr and Mrs Isaac Hllnliu Thursday July 2In son W F Kidd has Issn sick at his homo for nearly two weeks corn to Mr and Mrs Ellis Stalo Thursday July 21 n daughter Welch gave glen rebato in Tllly and his prices am lower than an ones Deputy Shoriir Mich Preston who was retorted sink last week is nlxn again Titers will le n District Sunday school convention at Kirknvillo 011 Saturday afternoon Dr L A Barons valuable horsi Hillt1itd Friday of lung fever froi distemper Chcsniit avoiiuo has been troate to n coat of gravel and wo will havo a good road James Dalton tho blacksmith has taken as partner John Ponder of Paint Link Tho public school whito opener Monday with attendance of 122 This is encouraging Welchs Hebato Stamps nn worth per cent of your pnrcllHo Ho will pay 3 per clot cash Chosler Dolmoro Erwin ono of the printers at tho Student Job Print is sick at his boarding place Tho sidewalk from Second church south to tho bridge has txon cut clown to a very comfortublo grade Tho Childrens day services at Dray fus Bon Wallow sot for Septembc 7 has been postponed indefinitely Thirteen mules were driven through town Satunlay on tho way to Brush Irtek to work on the now railroad Mrs Sal lio A Baker trod daughter Miss Laura lift Saturday for u font weeks visit to relatives in Tuscola Ill The twelvoyoarold son of Section foreman McClure snrionsly injured his right mind Tuowlay with n dyua milo cap The bost phyhic Chamborlninf itomnch nnd Liver Tablets Easy tot nko Ploasnnl in affect For salo bf S E WELIII Jn Tho drains on Main street opposite tho livery titnblo need attention sc that they play carry off tho stagnant water collected thero Ten barrels of limo costing 7F roporly used around tho housofl of Berea will save 500 in doctor bills and perhaps a valuable life Little Esthor Burgess fell from tho talustor of the porch athor homo Sat irdry cutting her faco Tho wound mil to bo closed with three stitches On Saturday Dr M D Settles lorse whilo hitched to Iho buggy on Main street became nlarmed at the tilling of n bicyclo near him and run sway wrecking the buggy Wo lire unusually full of matter for ho pnjwr this week and just at tho list moment wo wero favored with touts enough for column and n half rhich wo fro obliged to lot stand over or a wok Mount Stewart who lives near the itilrond bridge on tho road to Slato Jck says that on Monday ho killed wo rattlesnakes in his cornfield ono tas I feet P inches in length nnd tho ither foot Six quart tin pail 10 cents Three cakes tar soap riII Pour OIlUlOS Rmolling saltll 10 All first quality goods at THE TEN JEST STOIIE next door to postollico Richmond Ky Miss Emma Will daughter of Post nastor Will of Kingston died Friday tight of blood poison following tho imputation of her arm lust weak Sho oil from a horso and her loft arm was iroken in two placos and amputation iccamo necessary WANTED5 YOUNG MEN from Madison County at onco to prejiaro for positions in tho Government Sor ico Railway Mail Clerks Letter Carriers Custom House and Depart mental Clerks etc Apply to litter itato Carres Inst Cedar liapids la Tho ladies of the Bares Baptist hurch will give their lirst annual lurch suppor at tho church Friday night August Ifi for tho purpose of iiising money for church expenses A special program of music otc urlhor particulars next issuo of TilE CITIZEN Make your arrange cents to tuko supper at tho church August 15 COLLEGE ITEMS Ellis Scale is quito sick at his horn Bou Maltby loft Monday for a va cation Mlw Laura Crayons loaves this week for Lexington Jim Racer took a ball team to Livingston Saturday Score 5 to 5 Miss Smith the College librnriiv has returned from her vacation Miss Lindley has tho night scho whilo Mr Scale is on tho sick Ihil Hozio Washburii is nt tho brie yard his brother Elias is ising hero Miss Van Homo Superintendent the Hospital loft Monday for lion vac ation N A McCuno of the College Aj riciiltural Department loft Tuesda on his vacation Stanley Frost Raymond Oslxirn and others nro establishing n servo camp in Cowbell Trof Raymond and Mr Gamhl returned Friday from n trip to del laid Leslie counties Last week MO bushels of onion wore harvested from not a large pta on tho Collogo farm in the glado All signs point to n successful yen r for tho College Many students win wore out last year hopo to conic lintel for Soptember Supt C A King met Trosidon Frost in Bostonyesterday for n con ferenco Iwforo beginning tho II Meni Industrial Building Prof Arland D Weeks Cortlam Normal W Cornell 01 who has hell loldmg the chair of English lilem uro in Beren College Boron Ky has accepted similar position at a largo increase in salary in tho State Normal school of North Dakota al alloy City Mr Weeks has recently omplelnd n book on a pedagogical inbjcet which will bo issued soon Mr and Mrs Weeks who art spend ng the summer nt McLean expect U leavo for North Dakota about tin middle of SoptiudterCortland N i Standard OF GENERAL INTEREST Within a fow days ago Beren Col ego has received n gift of 1000 front Urs Sarah A Strong of Now Britain Colin for n permanent scholarship und in memory of her only daughter flies Sara Martha Strong who diet lIit year NN111NNN1NININ11N11NHIINIMIN M CORRESPONDENCE I 1NINNNNN 1NNNNN1111N1N i MADISON COUNTYP- EYTONTOWN Miss Allio Walts has returned to incinnatiBov S 9L Watts E W lason and G W Campbell attendee tho Sundayschool convention at Beat yvillo last weokMrs Etta Ford of Cincinnati was tho guest of Mr nd Mrs Joint Gentry last week lov I Miller visited Georgetown ro- ontlyIlovsW D Thompson and I Miller preaches tho funeral sermon of Mrs Ben Miller at Poytontown htirch last Sunday Deceased was 7ri years old VALLEY VIEW Bets S Jones and A W Baird roachctl at the M E church Sunday TightMra Annie Chenault is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Milton Walker at Shallow Ford Kev S lanes gave an interesting lecture to our school Monday morning M r und Mrs Harry Reynolds and son Ibort Mundny Milo Bush Mrs ieorgana Reynolds and Misses Sal lio Mitchell Susie Chonautt Eddia loynolds and Addell Phelps wore nests of Mrs Davis Sunday Mr nnlt Mrs Win Mosloy and MissJHcHo tummy wero iu Nicliolasvillo Sun lay WALLACETON Miss Mattie Roberts of Waco is imling her cousins Mr aunt Mrs InlTnoy Jamos Anglin of East ternstadt is visiting his sister Mrs Johll Wylio Quito nnuinbor of Wnl celons young pooplo wont to Mal lory Springs Thursday Mary Gab banI visitod her sister Mrs Brock mn nt Big Hill this week Miss L Istrigo of Paint Lick is visiting her rather Folix Estrigo this weokT- S Ballard is very sick nt this writing Miss Sarah Dawsou is at homo after a three weeks stay at Fon1Henry- Wylio is having a cistern built Your irrespoudent attended church nt artorsvillo Saturday and Sunday nelo Charlie Anderson is able to ho- out again PERRY COUNTY HOLLIDAY Tho revival which his been in pro grosa for some time closed Sunday Three additions to tho church Ro Mr Parsons of Burning Springs who was expected to assist was prorouU from attending Mr and Mrs S M Napier spout Sunday with Mr IIml Mrs E II llr lliday Crops nrosn wring for rata1e hind n mad dog scare last weoklL Grigsby will at Mt Sterling on Court day with boI bunch ofcnttlllG D llolliday returned to his homo at Boron DWARF Our people are building n line church Edward Combs of Morgn county visited friends hero rccontl Dr S M Ritchie was tho guest of Miss Rachel Owens recently Whil working on n church building Ut other day Rov A S Petroy of Ha nil and J11 Walker fell and mi rowly escaped iujurg B Owen is teaching our school Ferditian Combs an eslinmblo young man of our community duel last week MASON COUNTY MAYSVILLE Miss Lida Walker Mrs Inurn Strawder nut Rev N II Talbotl ai totaled tho District conference lucidn Flomingxburg during tho past wool They retort a very interesting sefisioi Miss Ada Daughterly tins returns homo from Selma 0 where alto hii hadn very pleasant visit to her uude The Colored timtitnte for Minion iouiu ty leathers will bo hold in Colon school building of this city Angus IS OTho picnic given Satunla by tho Bethel Sundayschool and tllu juvenile of the U B F was largel Attended nod highly enjoyed by till OWSLEY COUNTY FLOYD Mr nUll Mrs Alex Caudoll lost their twoyearold child by death ra- celltJyll H Rico in building n itorohoiwo 21 feet wide by 10 ft long Baker Bro are cutting lots of iimlKir at their ntilllvo an Imviuj linn mills nod crops look null BOO MEVILLE Mrs Jennings whoso sickness wa spoken of a few days is sumo IX- lttorBorn to Mr nnd Mrs I In tlninous n line girl weight 0 poiiudN Mr and Mrs C B Moore of In linn Crook aro making n short vim to P P Reynolds of South Boone nilloS F Reynolds tho lass sad lien of this placo sold six saddle las nook for cnshG B Rose sold tin imlwr on about 0110 thousand acrOf- iof land to n timber company ISLAND CITY T A Bicknell n former student nt Boron is recovering from n slight overMiss Daisy Smith of Beroa siting in our neighborhood gave 1m xcelliMit talk to Oak Grovo school luly 2iiJ Leonnnl Potorn id visit ng his uncle D B Peters Miss L Bowman nUll T J Gentry dolled 01 bliss Martha Piersou Friday evening Visa Mnltio Gentry visited Oal Irovo school Fridayeve11ing1V L Peters is n welcome cnllor nt C C BowmansTRAVELERS REST Corn Imps aro being cut short bj tho drouth Ilovs Caution und Mur tin have just closwl their nu otings lit his plnco5 E Cecil mud wifq art ow with fever Win Battier hnsjust ecovored from over11nt Minloi III about to accept nn otter to build a largo dormitory nt Manchester to cos- t12200T B Begloy lost u lim torso Thursday Ho was killed by it ailing tree whilo fast to the plow- S P Caudoll is teaching on Dry Iork this year GABDARD P M Fryo of Island Crook nntl H C Combs of Jackson county were low OIHI night this weokUon Sam H Kasli of Manchester Clay county poko at Cow Crook lust week in boo udf ol Vincent Horning for congress Price Mooro and Lewis Gibson have oturncd homo from n visit in Jack sou ounlyA good rail full hero Tuesday night Sherman Rowland lassed through hero Thursday with u lieu drove of cattle A NH1IIT OK TKKKUIl Awful anxiety was foil for tho widow of tho bravo General Burnlmm of laehias Mo when tho doctors said sho would dio from Pnoumonia before morning writes Mrs S II Lincoln who attended hor that fearful night but site begged for Dr Kings Now Hscovery which had moro than once oval her lifo nnd cured liar of Consumption After taking sho slept till night Further use entirely cured hor This marvellous medicine is uarantood to euro all Throat Cheat nd Limg Diseases Only COc and 00 Trial bottles free at East End Drug Cos I In JavaNatives do not glaze coffee with a cheap and impure coating They have too high a regard for health as wellas for the naturally delicious flavor of their popular berry The AnierirAn roaslcrc who glazevery n u their package coffees do not dart to touch or glaze I their high priced Mochas and Javas Why Lion Coffee The dr ckiif Inurw uniform qu let rrbnfMoII 1hl Fool nail Trim hoe lirll the lnU r rollpRUto IVntnl Challenge Cup ilurlni the past ihrm MIaMI DR FENNERS KIDNEY an- dBackache fjAIacbelIuIDlubraytlI itunlwnrywrtleilaleuurrIle a y num MtcunaultalluuFree rIVniHrn Kidney ami lUcknrdu Corn N all efUr of iiijr allvo Mlujr I bad- waenrl of kliluoy iIlMnti for yearn and nlu111I weight lo 120 pound l KVUIl sued W II MIlH OIl Ollro Iurllarr IIOWt Urlllll tAII Aekfurrtnt 11011 ST VITUSDANCE IIIIIfr Commissioners Sale MILIIK MAI iiNetc rinlntilKiignins NAIOIKON TicKiut etc DfendanU Notice of Salo in Equity By virtue of n Jiidginont nut Orde of Snlo of tho Madison Circuit Court n mloro l nt the April tern thereof ISKKJ iu tho above stylo OIIIHO the uudorHignod will on Saturday Aug 23rd 1902 hchtu tho bourn of 2 oclock p ni nnd tt oclock p m on tho pnMniwi iu Mndifton county Kentucky pro wd to cxpomi to 1UBLIC SALIC 10 the highest bidder tin follotviiif IwHirilNHl property viz A Certain Tract Of Land Lying mud Iwiing in Madison county Kentucky on the headwntent of Sil vet Creek 1J talks front Kingston and J miles from Heron on King tot it Beren pike containing i l3J acres moro or less Beginning nt n hickory thence east poles to two white oaks i thence south 101 jwloa to II dogwood thoiue N 88J W KX Plea tot whito onk thence N 10 W 191 polo to tho beginning Said lands has on it it dwelliug house good barn and outbuilding Is well fenced nut wn broil hinting thrca nevorfailiiif springH anti also Silver Crook running along ouo wholo silo of place POH session given to purchnserou January 1903VLIDISSalo will ho mado on a credit ofsix months The purchaser will to required to givo bond with approved security for tho payment of tho purchase money to tiara tho force nnd effect of a replevin baud bearing legal interest from the day of sale with a Lion reserved upon said prop orty until nil tho purchase money is paidS E SCOTT Master CommIssioner of Madison Circuit Court A MTunniLL Attorney July 2202 TO MY ritlKNUS It is with joy I toll what Kodol did for mo I was troubled with my stout ich for several months Upon being idviued to uso Kodol I did so and words cannot tell tin good it has done no A neighbor led dyHjwpain so that ho had tried most everything I told lion to use Kodol Wonlu of gram tide have como to mo from him ho must I recommended itGoo W fry Viola Town Health aril strength jf mind nUll body dopend ou tho stomach nnd normal activity of tho ligostivo organs Kodol tho groat cconstructivo tonic cures all stomach ind bowel troubles indigestion dys opHin Kodol digests hay good food YOlloat Tnko a doso after mouths Lor sale by East Drug Co In never glazed adulterated JUST PURL It orI 0II Chicago College of 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