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REV JOHN DODWELL Editor and Publisher toltrtrl III rohlfe Nma Ay I Ute1loan mna maler 11 VOL IV A Family Inpor BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY AUGUST 14 1902 Fifty cents B IDEAS This right enduranco of nllliction o brings blessings Idleness in tlm burial of n living teenJtnixv TAVLOK A farmer who cannot raiso any thing else never ruiHca mulch money The best money nuking scheme the old fashioned way of oarning it If n good facts is letter cf nxoni inendatiou good heart ja letter of irHlit Brtwrn TAKE NOTICE Dr IturgwM will preach at the Tub rnmclu on Sunday nil ta m Sub ject Time NIMH of Revival nIl nt 7110 p m a Sterixiptltou Lecture A Great Family which Gal Loved lust twentyseven days and the Fall Term of Beren College opt tm On Wednesday Si tomler 10 hUll beds of young men and women willI enter tills for the IU02N Will you be of thenumber t i FROM THE WIDE WORLD An explosion in an iron plant in i Spalji lant week killed H persons Reports como to Washington from Hawaii that the um of opium In in crtvwlng to an alarming extent in the islands Gen Lucas Mayer commander of till Orange Frw State IOfltll in the Boer war died from heart disease at Brunei Friday The outbreak of cutouts in Manila and other parts of Luzon mum musing much anxiety in Washington for fenr of conwquencf to American troops throughout the inland On Saturday August King Ed want and Queen Alexandria of Eng laud were crowned shortly hnloru noon in hlnlmic Westminster Abbey before a magnificent assemblage of noble and foreign oilicials IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Threw immenNn forum firm are rag Ing in Wyoming There were tMM1116pnsioaors on Uncle Sams pay roll on July Attorney General Knot in going to France shortly to Mudy the Panama canal question Representatives of every tribe of p Indians in the United States will nt tend the St Louis fair under n spo vial escort Fifteen persons wem killed in collisou Iwlween freight and gravel trains on thin Chicago Milwaukee mud St Paul railroad August 7 I On thn government forest reserva thou in Fresno county Cal in ref jvood tree with a circumference of I6 feet 8 inchos nix feet Mx vo th ground COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Owen colin ty wont for local option last Thursday by a majority of 11 5Thn L N R R ticket ollico at RuFfldllvilleSwuR robled by masked met oarly on the morping of Aug 7 Lightning truck thin Cnrliulo county rourthouxe rnt Bnidwoll Sunday afternoon Thin cupola was not on fire Seven grocers mud vegetable deal era in Louisville have l een arrested for giving short weight and measure A local option election will bo hold III Bonnettstown precinct ChriRtian county Sept G Tho precinct has Ixjeti IIdry for 15 yearn The contract was let on tho 7th inn t for tho construction of tho Knoxville Lu Follotte and Jellico railroad tho LC NH extension into Knoxville The Louisville TYmrnwill give fret picnic to the poor of Louisville Aug 26 Tho fine excursion steamer Col uiubia hen boon chartered for tho oc casionAt the reunion of the Blue and Grey at Webbs park WilHamstowu J Sept and 2 arrangements will be made to feed 5000 old soldiers and their families The Y M 0 A tent at Camp Lawton Stato Guard encampment at Mammoth Springs blow down in a fierce windstorm Sunday night No hotly injured Tho Stato Good Roods convention mot ot Lexington Courthouse Monday morning Prof J W Newman o Versailles chairman D Di Goode r Secretary Lexington Chamber ot com merce secretary I THE CITIZEN yearNO IIDOES COLLEGE EDUCATION PAY- COMMENCEMENT ORATION BY MISSI ANNA E LINDLEY What do you consider pay Do you reckon it in dollars mid cents Do you count It ns heaps of glittering coin which you may run through your lingers Are our lives our health our talents our ambitions given us mere ly that we may amass wealth and that out horizon may Iwcomo more and more narrow until lx umled by time milled edge of a dollar U that is your idea of pay then is no life worth this living No work no trade no profession is worth the pur suing if at tho end we must fold our hands over a heap of worthless metal only Nothing pays which we cannot take with tin kilo that endless beyond or which in some way does not stake lima path of life easier and brighter for tho toiling millions who art with us and who oro to come after us We must take n high view of man It has taken nil the work of time upI to now to make us what wo are and what we are and do will leave its mark on nil who shall come after us Wo cannot live to ourselves alone This tho GOHM I of Christ teaches us and this c orioiico teaches us lorclI bly In our own lives Whence came our appotitu our desires our ambi tipnst Thy have bleu loft ua by our lutllllrllllllliRCcort them we must to help or humidor us as wo use or abuse themTho world today is nothing if not practical and itnoems tome so ex tromely that sonic of tho finer but tcr things are to 1crowl1exl out by this rage for the called practical If your hoy or your girl takes a col loge nlucation will he or she be en abled to make more money 1 Other timings being equal yes Who are in tho front ranks in medicine in teach ing business or on the hUIII TAre- they not the men and women thor oughly educated and specially pro pared in their chosen line of work f Tko time teaching profession jlllltI costing to the dignity of that term there as elsewhere the nine whoso rulllilluill been deepened whoso out luck broadened by u college course is the man who commands JfiJlOor 15 n tiny If your child by giving four or five years to tim preparation for his work increases the value of his services from SI a day to V or 10 a tiny does it not pay in tho end If at the saute time his capacity for happiness his ability for service his worth to the world bo doubled does it not pay twofold Perhaps you say 0 that is all very well for the boys but tho girl has no need of higher education I say ed ucate your girl Even tho she is not t compelled to go out in tho world willobo richer and fuller for companionship with the greatest and best of the world Raise tho morality of the world by giving Jherounobling thoughts and n fooling of kinship with all creation H children bo given into her charge her college course will not unfit her for their caro and training but rather by giving her an insight into tho my ateriiHof mind and nature help her to lend thorn aright Thus bettor cit trans shall arise mud our nation take a long stride forward SomooaehseenidEducationfits OM any to meet all emergencies An other tins said Education snot onl preparation for lift it h life lief oro true and knowing that hvro we any of us any right to withhold tho preparation tho fuller life u LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAILROADT- ime Table In Effect July I1802 lnliiK North Tmln II talmr Leave Beroa 11W a m Arrive Itichmoud12 10 am Arrive Paris JllriqnitA- rrive Cincinnati 000 p m Inn South Trnln I Dully Leave Boron122 p m Arrive Livnugritot218 p m JW Stephens Ticket Agent The Citizen YEAtR SIX MONTHS 25 COLLEGE ITEMS Messrs Black and SufTeru are rail roading it in Now York Profs Dinsmore and Marsh conducted Russell county institute Mr and Mrs Nixon are enjoying farm life near Mt Vernon Ohio Mrs They Stokes Paxton is time happy mother of a 10J UK daughter Alice Titus lusts gone to Taylor Co She will tORch near Sallie Barl ees home Wesley and Norman Frost are baring a Hood hard time working on lake boats this summer Tho friends of Mists Rose Miller will rejoice to know that shin is to re turn to the Primary work hero nXtj full Guy Leahy writes from Ohio that he and Homnr Htmm loft St Louis some time ago The farm is better place than the city Quito large acreage of flax was sown this season ror the College The yield of seed is excellent anti the straw is of superior quality Percy Mulock is traveling in Ponn sylvania in tho interests of Mercers burg academy with which he has been connected for past two years Mrs Yocum has unmet her new homo ThalUuhOermnn for Val Icy IlesL Plenty of the former not much of the latter so far Mr Karpinski sends interesting let tore front uropeFtra8hurg Ger many wltero ho has spent the past year teaching in tho IIAmerican college Mrs Hunting Harold and Helen nro with Mrs Southworth and Miss Jenks on Door Island oft the coast of Maine Mary Jacobs is with thom Miss Marion King of Jacksonville III cousin of Prof H M Jones who line lOn spending some time in Dan wine ii bore on visit to Prof and Mrs Jones Clarence Phelps who went to Ohio to con vast for some Bible work when school closed is now at Russell Springs Ky and hopes to boat Berea when school opens- KIRKSYILLE CONVENTION Thin Kirksville district Sunday school convention was held in tho Brick church Kirksville Saturday Aug 0 at 2 p m The attendance was not large but the meeting was interesting Mr Jennings the district president presided Berea was represented by a company of eight The action of the county convention in tho appointment of district officers was ratified This meeting completes the lound of the districts each mag eristerial district having held its con vention and Madison county will be put in tho list of Banner counties BRICK FOR SALE Two hundred thousand 200000 hardburned brick for sale in the lot or in quantities to suit purchaser All wkolo brick 110 per 1000 As put up in the stack merchantable S3 per 1000 GEO D WUITE Whites Station Ky A GRAND TRIP Several persons from Beroa ought to attend the groat Sundayschool Augusth1921 Some of tho groat eat school workers of the country will take part and it will bo a groat help In regard to Sundayschool methods Soto tilt following additional in ducements One fare pays tor the round trip 2 The special train goes within eight miles of Mammoth Cavo and people may stop over for day ant son this wonder of the world at n small expense 8 All duly crodentialed delegates can have free entertainment during tho convention This may include ministers of tho gospel ten delegates at large from tho county and one of every one hundred members of Sun dayschool or fraction thereof Certificates must bo obtained from tho County president or secretary See IrolIJV Dodgo soon and make arrangements Chamberlains Colic Cholera ant Diarrhoea Remedy has n worldwide reputation for its cures It novor fails 10Sr ce Dont Use- Spectacl es Unless you need them and if you use them Its sure they lit your needI will give thorough examination with the above instrument FREE or CIIAROE which always indicates the correct glasses to use II you dont need glasses I will tell you HOT Aa Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main Street Richmond Ky illS BKIIIT TIIUKATKXKD While picnicking last mouth my 11 yearold boy was poisoned by Nome wool orplnl says WII Dibble of Sioux City 10uHA rublxxl the poison off his bands into his eyes and for a while we were afraid he would love sight Finally a neighbor recom mended DeWilts Witch Hazel Salve The first application helped him mid in a few days ho was as well as over For skin diseases cuts burns scalds wounds insect bites DoWitts Witch Hazel Salve is sure cure Relieves piles at once Beware of counterfeits For sale by East End Drug Co CENTRAL KENTUCKY AND- MADISON MONUMENTALWORKS Head stones urns monu ments and marble and gran Ito work of all kinds Prices Kovernlll quality of ma Prices reasonable Only flint class work done All work guaranteed GOLDEN FLORA RICHMOND Ky- Cnrof Main and Collins Strata 2203- A CUUK Full CIIOIKUA INIANTHSI Last May says Mrs Curtis Bak or of Bookwaltor 0an 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 theme 1 felt sure it would do good if used according to tHree tions In two days time the child had fully recovered and is now near ly a year since a vigorous healthy girl I have recommended this Rem edy frequently and have never known it to fail in any single instance For sale by S E WELCH JR FOR HANDMADE FANCY WOODWORK in hats sunbonnets fancy baskets of all descriptions- napkin rings in all colors t Send your orders to MISSES M AND L CARTER BEREA KEXTCCKV- Trlrvd were rcHnonable and all work well mndr asoi A NKCKSSAUY 1KKCAUTION Dont neglect a cold It is worso than unpleasant It is dangerous By using One Minuto Coughs Cure you can cure it at once Allays in flammation clears tho head soothes 1antsi strengthens tho mucous loom brane Cures coughs croup throat and lung troubles Absolutely safe Acts immediately Children like it For sale by East End Drug Co I f L 1 k e An Independent Weekly Devoted to thelInterests of THE HOME FARM SCHOOL 60 CENTS A YEAR a a a a a a n a a a a Hanans Shops Everywhere recognized as the finest madlk for men finest Leather smartest Styles mum bestToot fitting Lasts m The new fall shoes are ready same styles as the pairlessPRICES 500 550 and 600 We show many other fine shoes at 100 fcJM f100 and 200 A size and shape for every foot always found in our big stock Covington Banks Outfitters for Milt and lays u u u I INO TUE LARGESTI will for the next t0 days sell any saddle in tho shop at 10 percent reduction A full line of summer goods such as Buggy Dusters Sheets Straw Hats for Horses Colt Halters mite on laud Prices Low Quality guaranteed T J MOBERLY RICHMOND KY Successor to J T McClinlock Main St Opposite Court House m DR M E JONES Dentist c MillineryStore Office Days Thursday Friday and Saturday of each week Special Nolle to Our Ueader1 Thl paper In on file al tht oflln of The CM Intrr 11In IOCION110 tat Monroe HlreM Clilntftn when our remlor will be rourtrounlr Cartel who uiny rare to rail upon The luluOcean far a lour ot Impwllon and flelilwvftig through IU nuRiilflrent bullillne In which rau be round everr meolitulnl and trlrnllflc Im nroveracnt of he tee lu comirrllon with the nnilx of a treat newtpnpcr It U a era treat Jretandahoumdbe Day IISADDLES ARNOLD RICHMOND KY Shoes Hats Gents Furnish ings t- I agentinRichmond MARKET II have reopened the Meat Mar on Main Fresh Meats Dressed Poultry and r in Season M B RAMSEY Ky u THE VERY LATEST Go look around investigate the QUALITY and PRICEThen COME Moro 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 and we guarantee goods as represented GOCARTS OLD HICKOKY- For your lawn or porch It is comfortable attractive and will stand exposure to rain and sunshin- eUNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY Phone 73 Night Phone 47 66 Street Berea JO S JOPLIN Richmond Ky I Shoen IIs the only O KShoe in town Our Wall Paper Linelit RICE MEAT Vegetables IMMENSE AND IMMENSELY CHEAP IBICKNELL EARLY I Douglas Crutchert have a fine line of Spring and Sum mer Shoes They enjoy showing you their goods SEE THEIR LATEST L IN OXFORDS 1 J ti f SNHN N 1NN N NNO M N THE CITIZEN THE SU DA Y SCHOOL LESSON VII THIRD QUARTER INTERNATIONAL SERIES AUG 17 I Toil of the IRRIIII Xuua x 1113 nlld i 8liMemory tcrsrs xt ni Cuiii- rn 11 IR saI 3 Cuninirndir Prrimrril liy Itev n Stennic- lOpyrlght leer by American Press Also elation JIIMS Ami they first took their journey ntoortHn to the commnnJmant of thoI Lord by the hand of Moses IIII tUo tlilnl mouth of the first you they euue to Slniil and on the lire ilhy of tilt tlrst inoutU of the secom year the tabernacle was oreutcti inn ucetilHl by Cal and tilled with 1II1J Jury Ks six xl 17 31 Now Just fifty dnys later the cloud lifted and they Journeyed front Sinai to the wilderness of Iarun In the order tic KcrHictl In this chapter Whether ii tins the tnbernaele and Its erection m the priesthood auld the sacrifices or tin Journeying through the wllilernes nothing was dune anti no step was ink on except as loll commanded or guided liy the pillar of cloud sail tire On tin imrt of Moses reed Israel It was slnipli a matter of obedience Concerning the cloud and Its guldlngs and their obcdl eiice se carefully chapter Ix lj5- A C6me thou wllh us and we will do thee rood for the Lord hath spoken good conccrnlnc Israel Thus said Muses to Ilobab the son of KiigiUl or Katie or Jethro the father of Xlpiwnih Moses wife Ex II IS III The Lord had truly spoken goal concerning Israel as In Ex vl 0S thai wondrous sevenfold I will beglnnln and ending with Jehovah loS believed the word Of the Lord and having respect unto the recompense ol tln reward he forsook nil his prospect In Ksypt and fully Identified himself with Israel as their leader Hel Xl LM27- at And he said unto him I wilt not go but will depart to mine own land and u ray kindred This was what Naomi afterward tie sired Ruth and Orpah to do for shl- clhlllot say to them Como with me anil I will do you good Ilobab scow nu such prospect as ois tied up to the mind of Mows and as far as appearances went he felt that he would be better off with lib own people It Is dltllcult to many believers to esteem the re proach of Christ greater riches than the visible treasures of this world yet Jesus and Ills sufferings now with eternal glory hereafter Is the pro gramme for the Christian Leave us not I pray thee forasmuch as thou krawaat how we are to encamp In thq wilderness and thou mayest be to us stead of eyes It looks as If for the moment Moses was forgetting God and Ills cloud and Ills unerring guidance So unstable Is limn even at his best We think of Simon Peter one moment confessing that Jesus was the Christ the Son of the living Cod and the next acting as Satans mouthpiece to tempt the Lord to pity himself and turn from the cross Matt svl 10 J- e And It shill be If thou go with us yell It stall be that what goodness be Lenl shall do unto us the same will we do unto thee Moses now talks wore correctly for we are fully authorized to offer all the riches of Cods grace nod glory to nil who will accept Him through Jesus Christ but we are not authorized to sock either help or guidance from those who lire lot ills It will help us to re member that Jesus said concerning Ills gayestrr hast set Me Into the world even so have I also sent theta Into the world John nil JU 9Si See also John xvj 1C Cor Ill 1M23 3 And they departed from the mount of the Lord three days journey and the ark of the covenant of the Lord Vent before them In the three days Journey to search out a resting place for them This was Infinitely better than the eyes or the wisdom of Ilobab How could Muses forget or seen to that Got had let them out and Vould surely load them all the way How beautiful nUll all sulllclent the promise In Kx xxlil JO IJehold send an angel be fort thee to keep thee IntUe way mid bring thee luto the place which I have prepared uponIcamp The cloud was the visible symbol of the lords presence wlth them and Hu by It was their guide their light their shield their oracle their avenger their covering Us xlll 21 xlv 10 JO 2128 Num Ix 1V23 x 31 xlv HI In feet nil they needed for nit their Jour hey K And It came to pass when the ark Mt forward that Moses said Rise up Lord and let Thine enemies be scattered and lot theta that hale Thee nee before Thee David by the Spirit afterward embodied title In at least two of the Isalms Uvlll 2 cxxxll 81 In Josh Ill in the ark Is culled till ark of the Lord the Lord of all the earth and before It Jordan was dried up and the walls of Jericho fell down When the people relied upon God who dwelt between the cherubim their en envies lied before them but when they rolled upon the ark which was only the symbol of Ills presence then their uuomles obtained the victory I Sum- Iwi X Anti when It rested he said Ileturn O Lord unto the many thousands of Is mel Thus whether on the march or at rust the great reality of Israels life was Juhovah In their midst In pro 4Isrlloi as they realized this and acted accordingly they prospered but when they forgot Him they foiled It is with us He says Lo I nm with you always nod when we bellovo this and thus realize Ills presence for the only way to realize anything In the spiritual life Is to believe it and count on Him we have Joy and peace and victory but when we forget Ills pres ence we fall RELIGIOUS THOUGHT Grin Glrnncd from the Trnchln of tit Deiiiitnltintlaim A pure faith cannot abide In an 111 conscience llev tfnink Crane IV pies Church Chicago Mini ntiirnl Atllluilr Mans natural attitude Is that of II perpetual seeker Itev I r horns Lnlversallst Worcester Muss 1t tiny of the ItniM The destiny of the rites depends upon what men love and VUat they knov llev A Uocder Swedonborjjlan Orange X J jThe MillIt ur iftilfy Unity Is out necessarily Identity but It Is sympathy There may be diver sales of gifts but there may bo nisi the Ktimo spirit the spirit of love nui Christian tulenincu llev J K Adaim 1resbyterian liruuklyn- Clirlmi Wiird the Clinrl- Kvery forward movement must be through Christ Ills word Is our chart Ills spirit Is our guide Ills person Is our star Our motto Is Nut a nun gospel but more gospelHew henry Van Dyke Irosbyterlan Princeton N J True Itrlluloii Religion does nut consist In mere connection with thu Christian churVl or In urinal worship It Is comitvtcV with the soul of man and huts respect to Internal condition Kev Dr Wll Ilnm A Sllvlus Prusbyterhin Pitts hung Great City K WlltlornrnK St wilderness of rock Is a tit rtnrauforut greet city It Is a wilder iKssjiifi there are no wilder boosts ol tmsslon roaming among forests than some of the human monsters which the In the cltyItiv Dr frank DC Witt Talinnpe 1resbyterraii Chicago Tlip Lute1hnl Trluniplm Every IUMII who fools am my brothers keeper carries the stalnlesi and bloodless weapon of n love with which he shall triumph with the gods as their mills grind selfishness in nil Its forms Hoer than dust Kev Frederick Fl Hopkins CougresntloimllKt Chica go lit II HfTrrl of OvrlitdulBrnrr Avoid an overlmlulpfiit sitcndlng of money It Is not hard work but self Indulgence that ruins uncut Kevelry nnd luxury are the unemles of success Kwtl Iinpplne s consist not In In creasing riches but In limiting ones wantsItevlrthur Thomas Fowler Baptist Chicago The Ilsdnu uf the Church The church that knows its business amid has caught the spirit of Its Muster Is nut trying to build Itself up Instpa ratcuosfl from the world but to put It self with Its Ideals ohms anti principles out Into the world that the world may be chjngetlltev Charles It Drown CongregBtlonallst Oakland Cal Jlnt lleKln Vllli hue Pulpll The church utdg higher Christian living that must begin with the pulpit mil show Itself In the life and preiich hug of the preacher well as In the Pew The preacher who would become u reformer must first reform himself lie must be sure thnt egotism self gla- ry and self gain do not gut late his ef fortSlto Dr William J Holtzclaw Baptist Atlanta On The Ainerlrnn Iliriidliie The homes of our American people ore the American paradise There are tendencies against the home life of our people These tendencies should lie ountc rnuted If we are to grow greater as a nation as the years go on time mcrican homes must bo the great enters of our patriotic anti religious iltar tires The good home Is the par dlseKev Dr Plckord Baptist Cleveland 0- Soulehlnar letter 1nrllier Oil Hope what Is It The strange some thing which ins made history and saved the world for we rend In the plstle to the Koiiwis We are saved by hope What Is hope A rational ixpcctatlon of good as yet unrealized iomuthlng better farther on from the nornliig of life to the setting of time null something lietter farther on1 Jev A Z Conrad Congregationalism Worcester Mass OnmeUen Itntberrhno4nalfts- The hope und faith of till Christian forth clad In the robes of syiupa by There Is no other dress for use ospel virtues Without sympathy ev ry grace Is stark and unsightly With It the plainest face Is resplendent time harshest voice Is tender nod sweat Ill world is dying for self abandon ng love It needs ourselves rattier than our gifts Kev Joseph Wilson ochran Presbyterian Ililluiloljilila Christ nod the Golden llule Mummy of Christs sayings were not icw In form but they were radiant with new meaning lie did not create new mau but he revealed In man a new manhood a nuw humahlty He lid not claim originality fur the Golden tulc Whatsoever ye would that uncut hould do to you dOAOIU so to hem for this Is the law the proph ets But to these words he gave realty he coined thin anew In time mint or his IlfeKev Percy Stlckney Urant Episcopalian New York The Plilloiophy of God Gods philosophy of life Is very elm 111e He made tlio body out of dust Uu breathed the soul In from himself To buoy lieu dust Is science To know Cod Is religion To know the dust Is life temporal To know God Is life iternal I confess I do not know how Christ Is both human and divine I do lot know how thin two natures blend In me I do not know how the two wills lire welded together cannot fathom the infinite cannot rise to Its height IVhat better would my life be If I ould Biit I know Jesus Christ for when his righteousness had settled u1- ohauy soul his sunlight awakened mo to n now tiny n new life Kev Dr Gardner F KlUrWse Methodist New IIaven JOKES OF THE DEVIL Some lterrit Tragedies cauiscd hr the nun ur prink You will Remember the ibllccman ur Brooklyn whose story was told In tllftl and other newspapers Kays the New York Journal He gut drtilil and iinir dcred his wife He gaye rhlmstlf up confessing his crime and said whei nsfctil why he murdered his wlfo It Is one of the devils Jokes Site was lie best woman thnt over llvwl The devil of alcohol whose active partner Is whisky Is never lithe Ills Jukes go on dally and their victims fill prison culls paujiors graves andlutiii tit asylums every tiny This unfortunate iKillceuian whllIrecord was perfect drank to excest nod uiurderetV his wife That was tint of time devils JokesIt destroyed a good woman and mode n family orI young children motherless and father lessIn Nuts York city In n downtown dis trlct a huge black dug haul been taught by customers of saloon keepers to drink beer nUll whisky He bit n 111I her of children and till police WlftI told to kill him lilt the customers of the saloon keepers thought It very amusing to see a big black dug tomlI In auto howl for alcohol nod the dug was shielded row the iHillce Finally he bit two or time children Includ life a little girl slue years old named Conaiitu IIcltowa This child died In convulsionsThen police started out In oar nest to timid tilt black dog drunkard and killed him That was another or the devils Jokes worked out to the usual finish The miserable tinitu mi derwl munleroiis by ulcohol would line been kind and devoted Its IlIlItI thought and Its lust Inclination would leave been to hurt a child but for the poison given to It by drunken uncut Snottier story was told recently In the newspapers A man canto hornet In the evening utter drinking n good deal of whisky He seized one uf hits chil dren by the tint SWIIIIB It around his bend dnshed It against the llo ir aril destroyed Its life Bj VR y of excuse he could only say thin lu wan drunk He could only pnive by iHlKli6oni nml by Ida own poor wee that UP was a kind hearted man and a dovutetl father when tIOhc- rAllotlllrllt the devils joke FOR HEALTHS SAKE One Itenmin 11 hy Jolla Woolley Iielleses In Tei ternnre Drink Is dangerous Ncirly nil the men and women wlm have liwii rulitctl by It were coitldent they could control themselves It Is unwholesome Grant ing It may be useful under certain cir cumstances yet In practice It dot harm nod that continually The Mutt experienced physicians will confew that even In their hands Its food value Is Infinitesimal In coiuitarteon to Its treachery mind that Its drug value Is al ways a mutter of ex erluictit and risk Personally says John G Woolley In the New Voice I do not think It proved always to useless for nutrition or Injurious for medicine but If I am not mistaken the statistic of drunkenness will show that doctors of all educated then lire Its most numerous victims It play be said this proves too iuuch since many things tlmt everybody dots are more or less unhealthy nod tint the case would be as good against meat eating late suppers coffee running to trauma etc But It Is certainly not totl much to stand up for the sacredness of life and Its Inseparable iiostulate the InvIokiblenesM of sound sane and abounding health So far from fearing to admit these other timings UHUI an equal fouling Into the contention I wel come then nod all their kind and make my whole claim In the premises UJKIII this That every Christian ought to remember his own body to keep It holy tint once It be shown time Lich eating Is a peril or un Injury In any cast then ought to be an end of It In that ruse that late suplicrs ought to be cut out even suspicion that old nople ought never to run to catch a train and that coffee ought to be put In the dock with ulcohol If strong a ease be made out a pi lust onlyI hold as relating to beverage and popillar remedy alcohol that with nil the evidence In on lath shies unit giving It time benefit of every reasona ble doubt It ought to be outlawed lit Individual life and homo and church and state In the sacred name of health A Ilnp Without liter A bar without beer Is to be opened under time auspices of till Browning settlement Wulworth London It will be on time llnps of time tied House In east Ijndon A building has been erected at the corner of York road and Walworth road and the nun of the settlement will be to supply wholesome food tea coffee cocoa etc at a price rtlthln the means of time working class es In the same building n Robert Browning club for workmen will be cs tablished and the Dr Dale Memorial library will find a home under the same root Membership of the club will give free access to the library bil hands bagatelle plngpoug unlimited ipportunltlcs for mental culture crick et football etc- ttireduat From n Clrcns All time employees of the Barnum k Halley circus nuts traveling In Europe are total abstainers to which fact Is ttrlbutcd the inllltaryllkc precision with which the great organization Is in led and the small percentage of accidents lOurWl lie Output A lending authority on wluc produe lon In time United States estimates the Opal output lu 1001 to have been 27 00000 gallons of which 13500000 ollons were the product of California n 111111 NN 1N111 NN1 N1 1yITHE HOMEtNNIN IN11 TO TELL GOOD EGGS FROM BAD EGOS METHODS OF COOKING- A wholesale dealer in eggs fnys ono mny easily with u little practice tell u good egg from n had 0110 says thoI fotlgrf Monthly Holt It liotvvcMni you anti I ho light A lump or n cnn die ill bettor than strong tlilTusctl Hiinshintv The fresh egg will have u clear look nil over When nlllgg w BO old that it begum to lose its subslnncu br ovaporation there will IK u hollow Npnco nt ono and If you find a dark spot which tloes not disappear whim lightly sliiikou you unity ho certain the ogg has mitt iindistributtHl long in cold Htorugo that the yolk ndluroH to thin shall Discard any eggs which do not look clear mimi full Store eggs lu n tlry cool placo They will keep hotter mid when boat on froth moro easily than if warm duke n ponchiil egg look delis iota as posftihlo Cut time toast on which it is to Ixi dropped into n round with iniilliii ring mid with time ring out tlio rnggttl edges of whito from tom egg while it in still in thin water Then lift it itirefully on tho toast nml dust with suit 1It1n dash of white Mppur If you have nopanilwl till yolk from the white ami in Imlf shall hero tho yolk hilt which you wish to hunt Hlightly for n custard or sauce take u sump fork anti blend it as mnch sz is necessary in thofihell It saves egg labor cud tho vnshingof dish A soft lahlel egg left over from n maul may bo tailed over again tit laid nsido to nso cold in n salad wince sandwiclnH or ns n garnish If you get a cake too stiff never Hjnr milk into it Beat nn egg and mid it grndunlly until you get thlitsired thicknoHH- Ionolaxl eggs nro served nt French Canadian tublo are very much better limn wo cook thorn A cup of milk U brought to the scalding point in n shallow gniuito vessel and kilo this the tggs nro gently ilropixnl thon aovered Tho milk in not nllowoxl to bailmerely kept nt the scalding Klnt nun tho cggn will ho really in nh ut two minuter with tho yolk inside n Iutalll1ItIuly film Lift them out onrofully with n Nkimmor smith Net cnuh egg on n slice of buttor ul delicately browned toast Add to time hot milk outs tablosjiooii of butter and ono tablespoon of lour ruts bing to n roux season with pepper nnjl celery unit bent till creamy and xtur over tho dish of onchod eggs Give n new Inid egg abort hnlf n ininuto longer to bail than you would illow for ono which has IMJCH kept for tomo time A SIIOCKINU CAIMITV Lately befell n railroad laborer writs Dr A Kollott of YiIlifonl Ark Hifl foot was bndlyrruied hut ihukliiiH Arnica Salvo quickly cured him ltrtnitnply Ontlolflll for HllrtJI noble ins anti nllllkill eruptions It n tho worlds champion tinnier Cum guarunterl2c Sold by Kant End 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Throat Chest and Lung Diseases Only f0c anti 00 Trial bottles freo at East End Drug Cole N1NN111111NN1 NNN11111N11N1N11N11N1 I THE SCHOOL N N TOO MANY OF THESE P C Abbott president of tho Chnr lotto N C Chnmbor of commerce describes n school that ill lttlto emus How can wo train for citizen ship in such manner ns this Says Mr Abbott In a district withwhich I nm well nrqtinlnted thoro is n tlilnp Idntod old building called n school houso U is n miserable old nlfnir located on n rugged umbankll1lIIL close to lima public rondo1t is barely largo onough to comfortnbly seat lifty pu pils while thorn are about n hundred nod twenty young eoplo of school ago in tho district In title old build hag school is conducted afoul three mouths in tho year end gonnrnlly with u touchier of little experience of inferior education nnd with no pro fessional training The pupils In the ono room under nn untrained teach or are of nil egos from tho very young ct to full grown young uncut nnd women Semite Imvo books mil ninny have noun Thu results may1st easily Iw Im igiiiwl Tho children orR district certninly cannot nil of thom bo taught in it dilapidated ntructuro capnblo of holding not half of them A lonelier with practically no training or oxx rimico cannot oducnto n room full of children ofnil ages from thu very youngest to tit full K iO ru joaug mon mid women With n three months term under such conditions tho pupils very naturally forgot before n now term Ix gins most of what thy have leartunl during the preceding turn nnd time results nm mnnifcst in oho fuel that many young men nod women of legal age can hare ly read and write some of them not nl nil In ono fancily in this district thin children the parents tho gnindpnr onts wero nil living together in n ono room cabin nml not ono of them could read or wiito- Tho above npplios with conxidir able force to son p jwrtions of Ken tacky Not n dozen miles from Keren is nn old log cabin Mast hiisdono duty ns n schoolhotino for nmuy years It is not largo enough to accommodate moro than half of thou who nro enti then to tuition there It is unfit for oven n stable Most of tho ooplo n roil iid it linen comfortable IIOIIIOH Of iotirMi wo Imvo five months of school in this Slnto but with nil that there urn many young men unit wom en among lid who nro growing up without oven n prctonso of nu educa thou Thoso nro distressingly disngn nude fncts amid unpleasant to reconl but unless attention is called to them no remedy will ho sought Who is rosKiisibl whoso business is itwho ought to interest to bring nlwut n thllIIl1tlnHI IhingsT IPio IIhyPytulr NN1NIN11N111NIN111e 1IN11N1 frTHE NNININ1N1N111111N1N1NN111INNNN FARM t I IT is TIME TO PREPARE FOR WHEAT Preparation of tho lantl for fall sowing of wheat should bo done early so ns to allow Into weeds to start limitrowvery clean Ono that has IMWII in clover nml followed with corn Is still nblo for till meson that till thorough cultivation required by corn keeps down tutu wcwls mild grass It is tent an easy matter to kill welds after the wheat is up tho preparation of tho ground the previous season is of grcnt iniKrlnnco Tho seed IHH for whont should not only lab tlcep but lien In fact thou pulverization of limo soil should bo tho mil object mod the liner moro com pU to it Is till bettor the growth of tho crop In drilling tho seed time practice is to np ply tho fcrtilii with thli4locl but time broadcast motho isnlso prefornsl by some ns low fertilizer is then mono evenly diNtributtvl If stable mnnuro is lIlCl It should 1st trullroUIIIIptlOjltl nniformly toed thou worked Into the soil with tow harrow Such preparn tiou mingles the nmniiro with the soil and dos nmih to give Ills crop uniformity of growth It should not ovurlnokixl that there art depres sions In mo t fields mid wnter often roninins longer on Mich pitted thrum nuywhoro else ivhich ncc Hsilnli drainngo hilt it this cannot hat dono deep plowing should Iw pinctlccd which nHsists mnterially in allowing thin surplus moihtiiro to paw down ward On nil farms fn m which milk is solil the mamiro will contain n larg er proHrtion of ixitash luau of nilrtt gen or phosplujric Mill mid on such field thin ordinary sulsirphosphates should 1m nod along with n proper lion of nitrate of soda Wheat on sandy soils or nil her Ihoso that nn light demand fertiliw rs containing moons potash luau tho wheat grown on tho heavier potnnh thnn tutu whivxt grown on the heavier soils but nitro gout nod phosphoric acid nro intlis IKnsablo under nil conditions Tim Serishould consist only of tutu pluuifost amid Invit groins and Irom n variety thnt hends well on stiff titrnw Ono fault is seeding too thickly Whont stools and n singlo grain therefore gives ninny stalks thus nsmalloniunntilyof wi dmnyboustsl for it is well known that thu moro spaco for growth that can Iw allowed each seed time moro vigorous niyl pro ductive it will 11 after it has Isgtin J to grow Setrotttl e Chamlnrlains Colic Cholera anti Diarrhoea Hemwly 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that mnn if Mr Keno can in any way thwart him jal a A Wood Stained Book M Diraison n lieutenant in tho brunch IIn who wrote a book en titled Uloa Maritime for which ho wtiB casliiurvd is being kept busy fighting duels with people referred to in it Ho fought his fourth duel recently with n soil of the Hussion consul at Toulon M Diraison was wounded slightly in the arm As soon as ho shall have recovered ho will begin n frosh series of duels with naval olllcers So far ho been wounded twice and hue wound ed two adversaries ft Perilous Mission Full of thrilling dangers and hairbreadth escapes was the errand the young man was about to enter upon and the story of his adventures is one of the most powerful in modern fiction Make sure you do not miss the opening chapters o- fChattanoogaIi t a tale of the Ciyil War soon to be rill in this paper SUBSCRIBE AT ONCE Henry L Shattuck of Shollsburg Iowa wan cured of a stomach trouble withwhich ho had been nflliclod for years by four boxen of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Ho had previously tried many other remedies and a number of physicians without relief For Halo by S E WEfru Jn BlackRock By RALPH CONNOR I CIIR one of those perfect after noons that often tonne In lime early Cniincllnn Hummer before nature grows wenry with tho lent The white gravel ronil tens trimmed on either slime with turf of living green clone cropped by the sheep that wnnilered In llockn nlonu ItK whole length lloyond the plctur twiuo snake fences stretched the fields of springing groin of varying shades of KTiwii with hero and there u dark brown patch marking a turnip Held or uninier tallow and far buck WIN tho wood of maple and Ixech mid elm with hero and thtre the tufted top of n mighty plume the lonely representative of a vanished race standing clear above the hnmhlpr trees A we drove through time big swamp where the yawning haunted gully plunpeR down to Its gloomy depths Orncino rwilnded me of that tight when our horse saw Kotncthlng In thrt name gully nnd refuned to go past and I felt again though It was broad day light ponxtlilng of the gruwvoineneiis that nhlveretl down my back nil saw In the moonlight the glean of a white thing tint far through the pine trunks AH we como ucrrer home the houses became familiar Every house hind its tale Ve hind eaten or slept In most of them w had sampled apples and chortles and plums from their or chard openly as guests or secretly as innniuderH under cower of night the more delightful way I fear Ah Imam py tiny with these Innocent crimes and llcetlng remonns how bravely we fated them and how gayly we lived them mind how yearningly we look lack at then nowl Tho sun was just dipping Into the treetops of the distant CHIN behind an wo came to the top of the taut hill tint overlooked the val Icy In which lay the village of River dale Wooded hills stood about It on three sides and where the hills tailed out there lay the mlllpond sleeping and mulling In the HUH Through the vil lage rOil the white road up past the old frame church and on to the white manse hiding among the trees That was Graemes homo and mine too for had never known another worthy of the name We held up our team to look down over the valley with Its rampart of wooded hulls Its shining Kind and Us nettling village The beauty tho peace the warm loving homeliness of time scene came about our hearts but being men we could timid no words Lets go cried Graeme and down the lull we tore and rocked and sway ed to the amazement of the steady team whose education tram the earl est years had Impressed upon their minds the criminality of attempting to do anything but walk carefully down a hill at least for twothirds of the way Through time village In a cloud of dust wo swept catching n glimpse of a well known face here and there and flinging n nalutntlon as wo passed leaving the owner of the face rooted to his place In astonishment at thu night of Graeme whirling on In his old time well known reckless manner Only old Dune Me Leod was equal to the moment for as Graeme called out Hello Dune the old man lifted up his hands and called back In an awed voice Hlcss my soul Is It yourself Stands lids whisky well poor old chap was Graemes commctft- As we neared the church ho pulled up hla team and wo went quietly past tho sleepers there then again on the full run down tho gentle slope over the little brook and up to the gate lie had hardly got his team pulled up be tore flinging me time lines bo was out over the wheel for coming down the walk with tier hands lifted high was n dainty little Judy with tho face of an angel In a moment Graeme had her In his arms I heard tho faint cry My boy my hoI and got down on the other sldo to attend to my oft horse surprised to find my hands trembling and my eyes full of tears Back upon Uio steps stood an old gentleman with white hair and flowing beard handsome straight and stately GraemeH father waiting his turn Welcome home my lad was his reeling as he kissed his son and tho tremor of his voice and the sight of tho two non kissing each other like women sent me again to my horses heads Theres Connor mothcrl shouted out Graeme and the dainty little lady In her black ullk and white lace came out to mo quickly with outstretched Minds You too are welcome home sho said and kissed me I stool with my hat off saying some thing about being glad to come but wishing that I could get away before I should nmko quito u fool of myself for as I looked down upon that beautiful face pale except for a faint flush upon each faded cheek and rend the story of pain endured and conquered mid as I thought of all the long years of waiting and of vain hoping I found my throat dry and sore and the words would not conic lint her quick sense needed no words and Bhe came to my helpYou will find Jack at the stable sho said smiling Ho ought to have been here fine stable Why had I not thought of that before Thankfully now my words came Yes certainly Ill find him Mrs Graeme I suppose bos as muuh of a Bcupeffrnco ns ever And off I went to look nil Graemes young brother who had given every promise In the old days of developing Into as stirring a rascal one lOUt desire but who as I found out later had not lived these years In his mothers hoino for nothingOh Jacks a good boy she an swered smiling again as sho turned toward the other two now waiting for her upon tho walk rho week that followed was a happy ono for us all but for the mother It was full to the brim with Joy Her sweet face was full of content and In her eyes rested a great pence Our days were spent driving about among the kills or strolling through tho ma plo woods or down Into tho tamarack swamp where the pitcher plants and the swamp lilies and the marigold waved above the deep moss In tho evenings we sat under tho trees on the lawn till tho stars came out and the night dews drove us In Like two lov ers Graeme mind his mother would wander off together leaving Tuck and me to each other Jack was reading for divinity and was really a One man ly fellow with all his brothers turn for Hughy and I took to him amazing ly but after time day was over wo would gather about the supper table end the talk would be of all things under heaven art football theology The mother would lead In all How quick she was how bright her fancy how subtle her Intellect and through all n gentle grace very winning and beautiful to Keel Do what I would Graeme would talk little of tho mountains and his lifethereMy will not roar Mrs Graeme I complained Ho simply will not You should twist ids tall said JackThat seems to be tbo difficulty Jack said his mother to get hold of his tale Oh mother groaned Jack you never did such a thing before How could you Is It this baleful western InfluenceI reform Jack she replied brightly Rut seriously Graeme I remon itrated you ought to tell your people of your life that free glorious life In the mountains Free Glorious To some men per haps sold Graeme and then tell Into silence nut I saw Graeme as a new man the night ho talked theology with his father The old minister was n splen did Oulvlnlst of tilrole type and as he Uncounted of Oodn sovereignty and Flection his face glowed and his voice rang out- Greemo listened Intently now and then putting In a question us one would a keen knife thrust lulu a foe but tho old man knew his ground and moved easily among Lila Wens demolishing the enemy as he appeared with aunty grace In the full flow of hits triumphant argument Graeme turned to him with sudden seriousness Look here father I was born a Calvinist and I cant see how any one with a level head can hold anything vise than that the Almighty some Idea as to how he wants to run ida unl verse and ho means to carry out hits Idea and Is carrying It out Rut what would you do In n case like this Then he told time story of poor Hilly linen his fight and his defeat Would you preach election to that chap The mothers eyes wcre shining with tears The old gentleman blew his nose like a trumpet and then said gravely No my boy You dont feed babes with meat Hut what came to him Then Graeme asked mo to finish the tale After I had finished the story of Hlllys final triumph and of Craigs part In It they sat long silent till tho minister clearing his throat hard and blowing his nose more like n trumpet than ever said with great emphasis Thank God for such a man In such n place I wish there were more of us like him T should like to see you out there sir said Graeme admiringly Youd get them but you wouldnt have time for electionYes said his father warmly I should love to have a chance just to preach election to those poor lads Would I were twenty years younger- It Is worth a mans life said Graeme earnestly Ills younger brother turned his face eagerly toward the mother For an swer sho slipped her hand Into his and said softly while her eyes shone like stars Some day Jack perhaps God knowsHut Jack only looked steadily at her smiling little anti putting her hand Youd shine there mother said Graeme smiling upon her Youd bet ter come with me She started and said faintly With you It was the first hint he had given of his purpose You are going back Whatas a missionary sold Jack Not to preach Jack Im not ortho dox enough looking at his father and shaking Ma IIIIIIIbut to build rail roads and lend a band to some poor dial If I can Could you not find work nearer home my boy asked the father There Is plenty of both kinds near us here surely 11Lots of work but not mine answered Graeme keeping eyes away from his mothers face A man must do his ewe work HU voice was quiet and resolute and glancing at time beautiful face at the end of the table I saw In the pale lips and yearning eyes that time mother was offering up her firstborn that an cient sacrifice Hut not all the agony of sacrifice could wring from her en treaty or complaint III the hearing other sons That was for other curs and for the silent hours of time night And next morning when she came down io melt us her face was wan and weary but It wore the pence of victory timid a glory not of earth Her greeting was full of dignity sweet and gentle but when she came to Graeme nliu lingered over him and kissed him twice mid that wan nil that numb of us ever saw- of tint sore fight At the end of the week I took leave of them and last of of the mother She hesitated Just n moment then suddenly put her hands upon my shoul ders and kissed me saying softly You are his friend You will sometimes tonne to me Gladly If I may I hastened to an swer for the sweet bravo face was Ux much to boar and till who left us for tint world of which she was part I kept my word to my own great timid lasting good When Graeme met me In the city at the end of the summer he brought mo her love and then burst forth Connor do you know I Just discovered jny mother I have never known her till this summer More tool you I answered for otIten had I who had never known n mother envied him h18IYes that Is shortly but you cannot see until you have eyes Before bo set out again for the west I gave him a supper asking the men wbohad bean with us In the old var Hlty days I was doubtful ns to the wisdom of this and was persuaded only by Graemes eager assent to my proposalCertainly lets have them he said I shall to awfully glad to seer them Great stuff they were Hut I dont know Graeme You sea well hniifi It you knowyouro dif terent you know He looked at me curiously I hope I call still stand n good supper and If the boys cant stand me why I cant help It Ill do anything but roar and dont you begin to work off your menagerie act Now you hear me Well It Is rather lined lines that when I have been talking up my lion for a year rand then nosily secure him he will not roar Serves you right he replied quite heartlessly nut Ill tell you what Ill dolII feed Dont you worry he added soothingly The supper will goAnd go It did The supper was of the best the wines first class I hind asked Graeme about the wines Do as you like old man was his answer Its your supper But he added are the mien all straight I ran them over In my mine Yes I think so If not dont you help them down and anyway you cant be too careful Hut dont mind me I am quit of the whole business from this out So I ventured wines for the lost time as It happened Wo were a quaint combination old Beetles whose nickname was pro phetic of his future fame as n buguian ns the fellows Irreverently said Stum- P Smith a demon bowler Polly Lindsay slow as ever and as sure as when he held the halfback line with Gracmo and used to make iny heart stand still at hits cool deliberation Hut he was never known to fumble or funk and somehow he always got us out safe enough Then there were Hottray Rat for shortwho from n swell had developed Into u cynic with a sneer awfully clever mind a good enough fellow nt heart little Wig Martin the shiirprst quarter ever seen and Un rile Lundy center scrimmage whose terrific roar and rush had often struck terror to time enemys heart mi1 who was Graemes slave Such wan time party As the snpperwent on my fears be gan to vanish for If Graeme did not roar he did the next best thing ate am talked quite up to his old form Now we played our matches over again bitterly lamenting the Ifs that hind lost us the championships and wildly ap proving the tackles that had saved and tbo runs that had node time varsity crowd go mad with delight and had won for us and as their names came up In talk we learned how life hind gone with those who had been our comrades of ten years ago Some sue cuss had lifted to high places some failure had left upon tho rocks mad a few lay In their graves But as the evening wore on I began to wish that I had left out tho wines for the men began to drop an occasion al oath though I had let them know during the summer that Graeme was not the man he had been But Graeme smoked and talked and heeded not Ilattray swore by that came most sa cred of all ever borne by man Then Graeme opened upon him in a cool slow way What an awful fool a man Is to damn things as you do Hat Things are not damned It Is men who are and that Is too bad to be talked much about nut when a man thugs out of his foul mouth the name of Jesus Christ here he lowered his voice its a shame its moreIts a crime There was dead silence Then Hat tray replied I suppose youre right enough It is bad form But crime is rather strong I think Not If you consider who It Is said Graeme with emphasis Oh como now broke In Beetles Religion Is all right It is u good T tning ana i believe a necessary thing for the race Hut no ouw takes serious ly any longer the Christ myth What about your mother Beetles put In Wig Martin Beetles consigned him to the pit anti wns silent for his father was an Epis copal clergyman and his mother n saintly woman I fooled with that for some time Beetles but It wont do You cant build a religion that will take the dov II out of a man on a myth That wont do the trick I dont want to argue about It but I am quite convinced the myth theory Is not reasonable and IIP sides It wont work Will the other work asked lint tray with a sneer Sure said Graeme Ive seen It Where challenged Itattray I havent seen much of It Yes you love Itattray you know you Lure said Wig again But Itattray Ignored him Ill tell you boys said Graeme I want you to know anyway why I believe what I do Then he told thom time story of old man Nelson from the old coast days before I knew him to the end lie told the story well The stern fight and the victory of the life and the self sacrifice and the pathos of the death appealed to these men who loved fight and could understand sacrifice Thats why I believe III Jesus Christ and thats why I think It n crime to slug hits manure about I wish to Lenten I could say that said Beetles Keep wishing hard enough and It will commie to you salt Graeme Look here old chap sold Itattray Youre quite right about this Im willing to own up Wig Is correct I know a few at least of that stamp but most of those who go in for that sort of thing are not much account Ior ten years Ilattray said Graeme in a downright matter of fact war you and I have tried this sort atI thing tapping n bottle and we out of It all there Is to be got paid well for It too and faugh you know Its not good enough and the more you go in for It the more you curse yourself So I have quit this and I am going In for the other hat Going In for preaching Not much railroading money In It and lending n hand to fellows on the rocksI dont you want a center for ward said big Barney In hIs beep voiceEvery man must play hits game In his place old chap Id like to see you tactile It though right well said Graeme earnestly And so he did In the after years and good tackling It was But that is an other story But I say Graeme persisted lice ties about this business do you mean to say you go the whole thing Jonah you know and the rest of It Graeme hesitated then said I havent much of n creed Beetles dont really know how much I believe Dutby this time he was standing I do know that good Is good and bud is bad and good and bad are not time same and I know a mans a fool to fel low till one mind a wlso man to follow the other and lowering Ills voice I believe God Is at the back of a man who wants o get done with bad letried all that folly sweeping his humid over the glasses and bottles and all that goes with it and Ive done with It Ill go you that far roared big Bar ney following his old captain as of yoreGood man said Graeme striking bauds with him Put me down said little Wig cheer fullyThen I took up the word for there rose before me the scene In the league saloon and I saw the beautiful face with the deep shining eyes and I was speaking for her again I told them of Craig and his light for these mens lives I told them too of how I hull been too Indolent to begin nut IInlel1 am going this far from tonight And I swept the bottles Into the chain pagne tub I say said folly Lindsay coming up In his oh style slow but sure lets till go In say for five years And we did We didnt sign any thing but every man shook hands with GraemeAnd I told Craig about this n year later when tie was on lima way back front his old land trip to join Graeme in the mountains he threw up his head In the old way and said it was well done It must have been worth sera ing Old matt Nelsons work is not done yet Tell me again And lie made mo go over the whole scene with till the details put In But whet I told Mrs Mayor after two years had gone she only said Old things are passed away nil things are become new but limo light glowed In her eyes till I could not see their color But all that too Is another story CHAPTER XV COMING TO TIIElIt own OMAN with a conscience Is of ten provoking sometimes 1m possible Persuasion Is lost upon him Ho will not gut angry and ho looks at one with such a faraway expression In his face that in striving to persuade him one feels earthly and even fiendish At least this was my experience with Craig He spent a week with me Just before he sailed for the old land for the pur pose as he said of getting sonic of tile coal dust and other grime out of him He made mo angry the last night of his stay ant all tho more that he remained quite sweetly unmoved It was a strategic mistake of mine to tell him how Nelson came home to us and how Graeiro stood up before the varsity chaps at my supper and mantle his confession rnd confused Ilattrays easy stepping profanity and started his own are year league for all this stirred In Craig the hero and he was ready for all sorts of heroic nonsense AS I culled it We talked of everything but tho one thing and about that wo sold not a word till bending low to poke my fire and to hide my face I plunged You will set her of courser He made no pretense of not under standing but answered Of course Lens really no sense In her stay Ing over there I suggested And yet shin Is n wise woman he said as if carefully considering thu question Heaps of landlords never see their tenants and they are none tho worse The landlords No the tenants Probably haying such landlordsNAnd ns for time old lady there nest be sonic one In the connection to whom it would be a godsend to care for liar Now Connor he sold quietly dont We louse gone over all there Is to bo said Nothing new has come Dont turn It all up again TO nE wiNuzDI A YOUNG LADYS II1K BAV11I At Itinnnm Cotonililn hr Cltamhrrlnln- Col Ir Cholera slid Dlmliorn Kemeily Dr Class H Utter a prominent physician of Panama Colombia in u recont letter states Last March I hail ns n patient a young lady sixteen yearn of age who had n very bad at tack of tJyKontery Everything I prescribed for tier proved ineffectualand she was growing worse every hour Tier parrots were sure she would die She had become so weak that sho couldnot turn over in bed What to do at this critical moment was a study for me but I thought of Chamber lains Colic Cholera and Dinrrhoeit Kjnupdv mid as a last resort prescrib ed it This most wonderful result was effected Within eight hours she was feeling ouch bettor inside of three days alto was upon her feet and at the end of ono week WHS entirely well For sal by S E WELCH Jn Necessary Expenses for Twelve Weeks School IVmuM who Ixxtnl thcrarcive ran spend as much or little ulhey eliooso on living exp esca It dutyi to have a little extra monoy for Iwt tires IJookIIIHI other thing Rut lllu iiifcswry expanse are only follows To pay the flnt day fOWAan snoHAM HALL School flncilmital FtC f 60 f Hi Kx Hospital Fee z pears fO etc nhoil l a 00 Iniurel Driwftlt oo l PllrnUlirtl Unom fuel First Months lloani d w O- riirlirg it1is kin aaTspsyduring thoterm HcKlmiliiK 21 Mo Jloanl ft 89 00 Beginning 3d Mo Itoart 00 oo zx no was t fJcnl Deposit returned 100 100 Totnt ri mcuse12 weeks 87 flo S7 00 For tluno below A Grammar deduct the tJ for books ami II from lucldrntal key mAking the totalouly 3tso When four girls room together each saves ft or more on room and fuel nuking total only 821111011 danced below A Grammar Room and fuel cost one dollar moro In the Winter term Two rooms for housekeeping with stoves eta can usually lw rented for from f to Ia a term Thai Irlor n trig calf n 11111s tanbark or n few liomoopuii bedcover will given term of school which with change ones whole ilte for tile belter A WeakStomach Indigestion Is often caused by over eatng An eminent authority says the harm done thus exceeds that from the excessive use of alcohol Eat all the good food you want but dontover stomachIThen you need a good digestant like Kodol which digests your food with out tho stomachs aid This rest and the wholesome tonics Kodol contains oon restore health Dieting unnecessary Kodol quickly relieves the feel ing of fulness and bloating from which some people suffer after meals Absolutely cures indigestion Kodol Natures Tonic DEWITTOOCbtcaconiB Three Years in Richmond t And out of all limo sots of teeth that huvoboen miido at my ollic if thoro in ono set or any acts thus show any defects lwill snake now set free Wo are making time host set of tenth in the world for 750 nod if detects show in ivo years we give you a new sot free Thin njpli to all the tenth I Juno etude or am goiiif to mako lime best alloy lilla in the wOrld at 75 cents DR HOBSON Dentist Permanently located III the Hobsor Building next door to Oov eminent Building Richmond Kentucky Roferonco Richmond National flank Special Price to Students r THE CITIZEN FINE OFFER TO STUDENTS Earn Your Incidental Fees Wo have arranged with tho Colltge to give a rebate of Incidental a111 Hospital Fees as a premium for now subscribers to THE CITIZEN For IH Subscribers 375 on fees 11l lTf 23 fi75 rr rr 27 J7r i n Tim suhcribers must be now ones persons not now taking TilE CITIZEN uud cash subscribers Go to work at once and you can easily earn your incidental and hoe pital fees for the fall or wintor torm Send in tho names and addresses plainly written as fast as you get them daft wait until you get the full number but send right along Wo will give you full credit for all names and when you como to eute school we will give you an order foi nil you have done on Treasurer OsI bourn Gob your friends to help you neI member TIlE CITIZEN is M cents a year Address John Dodwell Tin CITIZEN IT NKEIW A TONIC There are times whoa your liver needs a tonic Dont give purgRI tires that gripe and weaken DeWittt Little Early Risers expel all poisonI front tho system anil act as tho liver W Scott JiSl Highland live Milton PIsays I have oar rigid Da Witts Little Early Risers with for several years and wouldnt ho without them Small and easy to like Purely vegetable They never gripe or distress For sale by East End Drug Co TREPAIR THAT LOOM Rerea College has secured a market for homespun and houie woven goodsI such as bed coverlids linen druss liusoy jeans blankets eta at follow hug prices Coverlida li 4 to fi Linen 40 to ro cents n yanl Dress Linsey i 0 cents a yard Jeans 00 cents a yard Blankets natural brown wool or hark rt 4les1J a pair White liusey and white blankets are not in demand only on orders Coverlids must ho 2 yards 72 inches wide and 2J yards 90 inches longI All dyes used must be old fashioned home ulude dyes Any woman who wants to sell cover lids or homespun to Rorea College hhould Hud out what the College wants before beginning to weave or spill For information apply in per son or by letter toIMrs Hattie GrahamIBerea Ky re you need a new set of harness or a good saddle T J Moberley onI Main street Richmond opposite the JCourthouse will give you the best 1 bargain you can get anywhere THE MARKETS RY NORMAN A O IAICINCINNATI Anjuit 13 200 WX U0- tl Shippers060 1635CALVESChoice55OII Large Common JiOO I osComwonfr50 710 II Fair good light725 7M Packing725 745 SDEEP Good tochoice310 UCi Common to fair 125 300 LAMBS Good to choice 500 t 40 Common to fair32o 475 a WnEATNo2 Red 68 t 684 CORN 594j OATsNo2 mixed 98 27 RYENo 2 h7 LOUR Winter patent 350 i H115- u fancy 31H 380 12110MNo1 Clover 800 jNo2 700 6 7W WooLUnw 8b l medium combing 17 18- e Washed Ion b 22 2H Tub washed 2H 4j U POULTBV Springers 12 Heavy hens 10 Roosters 6 Turkey hens 10 Ducks 7 rToas Fresh near by JlA HinKs Wetsulteil 7 Q2 8 No dry salt 9 4 10 Bull OJ 4 71 II Sheep skins 40 GO TALLOW Prime city 7 7Country 6J 1 FEATHERS Geesunovvnearlywhite 46 IIgray to average 38 Q 46 Duck colored 80 37 Chicken while no quills 1C Turkey body dry 12 12 t t0 NNNINNNINNNIINNNN1111NNN rLOCAL AND PERSONAL t LNNNNINNNNNN1NNNN1Len BEST BREAD at Bickuoll Earls 11ev1111erthiek is still quito ill at his homo Isaac Todd of Rockford visite Tilt CITIZEN last week Miss Bertha Johnson is the goes of her sistor Mrs Nettle linker Misses Ida and Nnnuio Baker IlIvo been visiting their grandmother If you are not posted you had hot ter get Welchs prico before you buj E L Robinson our popular assist aut postmaster spent Monday in Lox lug ton E T Fish C F Hanson and g L Robinson visited tho Loxingtn fair Monday Tho grading in front of the net Congregational church will be a nilo improvementMrs Putnam and daughter Miss Ruth returned from their vacation Saturday Two good rooms for rent up stair or down Enquire of John Dodwoll CITIZEN Office Faun foreman Judd is at his oh home in Chautauqua county N on his vacation Brother Crawford and wife are yis ting their children near Madisonvillo Hopkins county Prof L V Dodge returned troll Cincinnati Friday where tin had beer- on a business trip Prof J S Scovillo and Mr Ham iltoti loft Wednesday for their horn in Terre Haute Iiid Elder Baker of Panola has pur chased I C Bakers favorite satldh ware Price not public Dr S F Baker of Lexington and L C Baker and wife visited J L Baker anti family last week The filling in of tho puddle holm in the streets with gravel is n goal thing We are glad to see it Caleb Cope and family left Friday or u two weeks visit tj their old home at Moores Creek Jackson county Martin MahafToy has had a well trilled at his boron near Berea and las a line flow of whitesulphur water The lK st physic Chamberlain Stomach and Liver Tablets Easy to ake Pleasant in effect For tale by i E WELCH JR C M See und family who moved to Cattletaburg in the Spring return 6CI to Berea Monday aull am domiciled on Center street Remember you not only buy cheap r and never fail to get a fair deal at Velchs but he gives you a rebate quad to 4 per cent Luther F Watkins who died here Saturday the day before he was 19 years old left a message Boys dont moke especially cigarettes Mr and Mrs Furbeck of New York tale camo in Monday night and loft Tuesday morning for McKee to visit the school which is in charge of Mrs Cora Smith On account of sickness among tho neuibers of the church tile supper announced for Friday night at the Baptist church has town postponed to a later date The 12 year old sou of Section foreman McClure who injured his hand with a dynamite cartridge last week is getting along well and at ending schoolI- Velch has more than twice the hoes of any firm in Madison county sought for spot rash and it issafo to Hay he can save you motley AM LATEST STYLES We aro glad to announce that our sick neighbors are recovering Mr Kidd Mr Seale Mias Nina King and Jobn Hardin are reported by their lijtiicimiB as doing well Miss Flora Erwin of Diuvsou Springs canto Monday on a visit to- hbr brother Chester D Erwin out of ollr typos who is sick Wo are glad to say Chester is doing nicety Misses Mary Stewart and Okie ainler of De Land Fla arrived Monday for a visit to Mr anti Mrs Iranaman The young ladies will spend some tinge with Oas Stewart nlld family of Wildie- ESTIUV One Rod Sow and Five Shoats in lot at my place four miles om Boroa on Berea and Kingston pike Owner can get same by paying damages and for this adMole rawfordDied Aug 98 p m at- the home of his parents Luther F Watkins aged 19 years Funeral services were conducted by Rev Dr Burgess Sunday afternoon at Second J church Burial was at Wallaceto 1Six quart tin pail 10 tout Three cakes tar soap CiII FouronueessmellingsaUs 10II All first quality goods at TIlE TEN LINT STOKE next door to poitolHc Richmond Ky Prof Scoville of tho Terre Haul iud High school returned froi a five weeks wagon trip through thl mountains to North Carolina Sat ut day tin was much pleased with tho journey and very favorably impreHst with the mountaineers WANTRDfi YOUNG MEN froi Madison County at once to prepar for positions iu tho Government Ser vire Railway Mail Clerks Letter Carrier Custom louse and Deparl mtMitul Clerks etc Apply to Muter State Corals lust Codur Rapids Ir REVIVAL MKKTINOS will 1m held Oil tho College grounds or in mho Tuber uncle beginning Sunday COUlIIIQItt1 by Dr Burgos assisted by Richmoni pastors Good preaching Good sing iug Tho Htereoplicon will IH use part of tho limn Everybody invited Mr and Mrs John Johnson outer tained last Friday in honor of Mm Martha WittofChetopa Kas Amoin those present were Mrs Sarah Daugh eity of Winchester Mr ami Mrs Buck Johnson of Richmond Mr cut Mrs Joe Johnson and family Mr and Mrs George Anderson Mrs Lena Moore Mrs Nettio Baker Mrs Mary Anderson and a number whose names wo have not secured OUR COUNTY NEWS The public school ut Valley View opoued Monday Aug DIIIOIl Friday at his honT tieai Kingston Jcnl Walker Giblw ngw I ml years The Kingston High school will oMn ou Monday J L Carponter principalA in the rear of tho Pnithei place on Second htnet Richmond burned Monday morning Loss nboul f 500Tho colored teachers iiiHtitute is in session at Richmond this week Prof Frank L Williams of Coving lion iu charge John Hunter living by himself iu a cabin ax ut two miles west of Rich mood this county WIt robbed on Fri lily last of 8000 in gold Miss Lena It Slivers a formei teacher in the Caldwell High school Richmond died Thursday Aug ilit tho home of Mr Win Btwtnu ol Waco Burial at Richmond Satur dayOn Tuesday Aug JJ an election will bt hold in Richmond to decide whether the High school for thin whites lad the High school for the colored shall Ijo maintained separa ely or jointly as heretofore- ANNOUNCEMENT Wo are authorized to nnnouuce Goo D White of thin Glade district IIR candidate for Circuit Clark of Madison county subject to tho action of tho Democratic party- earslulthorized to announce Roy IJ Whilo candidate for Circuit Court Clerk in Madison county sub jest to the action of tho Democratic HartyIoyo A CARD OF THANKS Mr Rod Mrs Thomas II Watkina Intl family wish to sincerely thank Lilo Yields and neighbors for tho kind assistance nod sympathy given iiid shown to them during the illness oC their son Luther Floyd Wutkius rho died Saturday lust ININNN 111 NHINNIIN IN11111 111 r CORRESPONDENCE MADISON COUNTY VALLEY VIEW Mrs Lucy Reynolds and son made a business trip to Richmond recently Miss Addell Phelps is attending the teacher iustituto this week in Rich noelAlbert Munday and Milo Bush made n flying visit to Kichmond ridayMr mild Mrs Irvine Turner ntertaiced qUlto n number of visit Oli SundayHurry IJoynolds is work ng at tho locks on the river Miss Jessie Bogio is visiting her sister Mrs Turner MM Mosloy who Inns mesa visiting hero for some time hits oturned homo WALLACETO- S Ballard who line boon very sick is ablo to bo out again Miss Ella Bowfin who has been in Ohio Cor the past two months is hom- eagainMiss Mattio Roberts who hRS boon ut Waco for somo tune with ber aunt is visiting friends here novo C L Sturgell preached at tho- M E church Sunday A number from Boroa nllended Mr John ant Miss Mary Hazlewood of Heron were the guests of Nanuio and Mary Gal banI Sunday Green Birds hoes was burned Saturday night It cough from stove in kitchen Rev J Lens ford will bo begin n protracted meet ing at Pleasant Grove assisted hy Roy Mr Combs of ColUbsJ A Wallace smith niece Maggie will spend a few days Ill Jessamine visit lug friends anti relatives hiss Mary Caldwoll who has been visiting hor sister at Big Hill returned honi Sunday The meeting at Carternvlll closed Suudayfour corresponden was tho guwtt of Miss Mury Hnxlc wood at Horea last wintk- PEVTONTOWN Tho order of Good Samaritans gavi a grind picnic at Peytoutowu Saturn day Irnfossor Parker of KKiie de liveretl a lino address A goo crowd was present Mr and Mrs Irvim HiiynoH Imvo returned to Cincinnati Kd Jenkins Jr has gone to Cin ciunati to work Rev Sid Sheared prrachwl at Poytontowu church lIst Sunday uiHhtHe L Miller was at Richmond Suuday1 r Shed Mar tin and Miss Meliea Thompson weu to Richmond Sunday- ROCKCASTLE COUNTY COOKSBURO K B Drew the merchant on nil Hill Is doing a goal businoss R M Johnson Jr und wife of Laurel county and W C Johnson a 1111I fulfill of Orlando were horn week visiting Mr and Mrs R M Johnson SrMrs Thad Drew is on the sick list at this writiIlKMillIl Tammy Forbus who long from cancer died August ti11- U Scott way shot and killed during n quarrel Saturday Aug 2 JACKSON COUNTY KERBY KNOB James Hatiield and W T Kirby bavo gong to Ohio for a few weeks to- workItev C A1au Winklo pussy Ml through here Monday ou his WilY homo from ono of his appointments Tho people in school district No W met Sunday for tho purpose of organizing Sundaypchcol under time leadership of teacher Jno F Deco lisba1latfieldwho had lobe call xl homo from Ohio because of his wiles illness will go buck iu a few daysAirs Willimn Jones is ill hit not seriously MrsJ W J Daughor ty is improving mpitllyA largo con gregation was present at thu First church at this plate Sunday Dr llowo of Boston and Miss Laura Cravens of Lexington are spending t few days at this pulses1Vo hind a rood shower of rain hero Sunday D M Click aid little son Lloyd have fono to East Tounesseo Corn CO- IVweklA series of meetings began at tho Clover Bottom Baptist church Sunday conducted by Revs Parker Ucoru and others AVOUKINO MdllTANO HAY Tho busiest und mlghliest little ling that over was rondo is Dr Kings itiw Life Pills Those pills change venkuens into strength listlessuess uto energy brainfag into muutal owor Theyre wonderful in build ng up tho health Only 25o perm box fold by last End Drug Co Thla few a Home Paper In every sense ill title News w Choice Reading Good Stories t fr r FOR INSTANCE Ve shall soon begin publishing one of the most powerful serials of the day Chattanooga A Tale of the Civil War Full of Adventure and Romance J J s sudsr Unless you arc a Subscriber you may miss this and many- dtlmergoodthings 1 Some Coffees GlazedIwhy arent the high priced Mochas and Javas glazed als- oLion Coffee permfectlydelicious flavor TAre dIInnnr nh turn qath 6nw1M IThis Foot lUIITtim Iris held the tntor code ialo Dental ttiallrncw tui iluriotf the Itthroe seacona DR FENNERS KIDNEY an- dBackache All diseases ofKtdneri orraDI1AIDropsy Female Troubles CURE Dont become discounted There U a urccarywrthrIrunerlitCftM o yiuni All OIIulluUuu Elht inontlii In bo l heavy FrIpain mid furrnmxi nirtM kliliuyn i tltruiluatlim Ullirr rrnutllM allml Dr ncf Kldnojr and llark rhn euro CrlllIocoiiipletcl II WATT Its Hamlet N YItirueRlu Me tl Ask furCook Iionk STVITUSDANCE itcularUrItSSCr Commissioners Sale I MILL1elAl1INetc llaiiitiffs against NAPOLEON TCKIUU etc Defendants Notice of Sale in Equity By virtue of n Judgment and Onhi of Sale of tho Madison Circuit Court rendered at tho April term thereof IWKJ in the above style cauw tin undonigniHl will ou Saturday Aug 23rd 1902 Ixlwcon the hours of 2 oclock p m anti I oclock p III on line promise iu Madison county Kentucky pro coed to expose to PUHLIC SALE to the highest bidder tho following described property viz A Certain Tract Of Land Lying anti Iwing in Madison county Kentucky on the headwaters of Sil ver Creek mites front Kingston and J miles from Heron ou Kingston A heron pike containing 1lalacrcs more or loss beginning at a hickory thence east 1M5 pots to tO white oaks thence south JIIIIlOltII to a dog wood thence N 88 J W 102 poW to a white oak thence N 10 W 101 poles to tho lxginning Said lands has on it a dwcilinghouso good barn nnd outbuildiuir well fence and watered having three neverfailing springs anti lea Sihor Creek ruiiniiig along ono whole side of phtco Pos session giver to purchaNoron Jnnunry I UIO1 TI2UA1H Salo will bo mmlo ou a credit of six months The pArclioscr will Iw Vr uirod to give livid with approved security for time payment of tho pnrclioso money to have tho force and effect of a roplovin land bearing legal interest from tho day of sale with a Lien reserved upon said prop erly until nil tho purchase money is plillS E SCOTT Muter Commissioner of Madison Circuit Court A MTEnniLL Attorney July 2202 TO 91V rillKNUS It is with joy I toll what Kodol did for mo I was troubled with my stom ach for several months Upon being advised to use Kodol I dill so mid words cannot tell the good it has done mo A neighbor had dyspepsia so that he had tried most everything I toM him to use Kodol Words of grati tulle have como to mo from him be entiRe recommended itOoo W Fry Viola Iowa Health and strength of mind and body depend on tho stomach and normal activity of tho digestive organs Kodol tho great roconstrucliva tonic euros all stomach and howol troubles indigestion dys pepsia Kodol digests Buy good food you oat Take a dose after meals For solo by East Drug Co F pratniitlr obtain V a owl Foreign itIritI Chicago CollegeI of Dental Surgery Dentil tMpirlMit l Lilt Fcritl Illtertttjr Twrnq drat Annual orllIof liutmrlinn wlIIINtlln Oct l is among the and useoldestInit DrnUI or llrti worM Iu imlrf to roni Md tlir rourwt of iti trnrtl u nitro J eN it It ntfTtutrr to voter tbIrominjt w lolInuIutlt a four jut rour will miuiml llii rrnttcr 1or almlratd rutnloKun OR TRUMAN W BROPHV Dean- Wood A Karrlaon at Chlcsao u Ip Canvasser Wanted to sell PRINTERS INK a journal for iidverllwrit hilt weekly at live dollars a year leaches time wionro and prittiiro of- Advhrtisiug null is highly ratcemctl by tho most HUCCIHsflll advertisers ill this country and 1 rrlltIrnl co mission allowed Alhlrc8HIIHISTKIW INK t 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