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REV JOHN DODWELL Editor and Publisher Ktlrrfit at the Po rOllIIeI VOL IV A Family Paper BEUEA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY AUGUST 21 1902 Fifty rants a year NO UIIDEAS 1 t Triiu gioatnoss never happens Tim balllpH of llio soul no iiiaii cull light for another IIApplause tliu tonic of HUCCOHH When a fellow makes n hit lot him know it in n good round royal way You elm coinillmes hen pretty well into the future if you get tilt right foctm on the pttstIecKT- AKE NOTICE IHOIII Kim oll r to students on page mid 8onil for sample copies to use in your cniiViiNH Sent now On Sunday at 11 a in Dr Burgess will pronuh at the Tnlioniacln Subject A many Sided CliriHl and nt 7 30 p in a Stereopticon lecture A Mighty Struggle Juit twentyone days anil tho- Tall Term of Borea Collego opens On Wednesday September 10 him dreds of young mon and women will enter thin Col logo for tho year IlKEMl Will you Ixi of tho nuiilHrT FROM THE WIDE WORLD Jnpnn In m arming her army with a now rills mud nulling tilt old rillw to ChinaKing ICdtvard unit promised to visit Ireland in February possibly in Nov omlxir Tim Cuban republic desires to hot oomn a member oMho Universal POM lul convention Charles L Fair and wife of San Fnuidnco wero killed on August Ifi noar Kvroui France by the collapm of their anlomobllo IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Fire at Iliimilton 0 Saturday morning destroyed proH rly worth lUfiUOCXI Thu ivitlmnto of this years crop of rlcn is lpOOKX bags our largest crop of this rtireal far Sinro ISM I up to Juno 20 HKtt con growi has appropriated 7IMOUO for work on the MiWiiiri river- A I canal Iwtwcoit Chicago and St Louis is under consideration by army atria rS npx inted to investigalo the plan inchospitals Twenty of these instiiii tiotm an under thin management of tho order of dcaconosttw Ono hundredthousand dollars has bwn NulMorilxHl for tho endowmontof thin William liNn GIWII professor ship in tits Old Testament department of Princeton Theological Hominary A now method has Ixwn adopted in Jackson Miss to break up thu blind tigoni Tho City council heM adopt ed n resolution providing that lute niemlxir of tho jwlico forco who does not wipo out of existence ovary blind tiger on hi1tRt within tho next 10 days will Iw summarily discharged COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Time Stale Gimnl encainpinunt Mammoth Cave hrokoon Monday tho 18th Two mon wero killed by a live wiro during the storm near Pinevillo Friday afternoon TIll Sthto Sundayschool conven lion met at Ilopkinsvillo this week from Aug 11121 A poslollico has been established at Couch OwHloy county with Androw J Couch pOlltlllallterI t Time Republicans of tho tenth congressional district taut Friday nomin ated John O While of Clark county for congress Tho insane asylums of tho Stato are worse crowded titan at any time in their history and hero Is now no morn room for femalo patients In Loniflvilln Inst Friday a severe llltorlll raged and tho wind attained a r RninfMrs Mary null probably tho old xil woman in Kentucky died at hor homo near Dunnvillo Casey county Thursday at tho ago of JOn yours Tho 0000 acres of mountain laud in Hnrliui county sold by Special Com missioner WF Hull of tho JolTellloll 1 county court was bid by W S Bramlot of Carlisle for EiO1IiO Tho town property adjacent to Ilarlan C H brought 12000 for 3G acres f THE CITIZENAn A TRUE PATRIOT liavo often wished that my rionds in Boron could know tho kind of people who art giving money to mipftort tho College Yeflterday I noticed a memorial tablet which shows tllu idoaft of tho old Now England people who madu America the grout nation that it is Samuel Applnton died tho your before I was born but this inscription of him shows what a true patriot in Boroa counts among its friends ninny such men to day Hoard thin iiiHcription Every lint elxitent- WM OOODELL FROST Sacred to the memory of SAMUEL APPLETON Boston Merchant Honored for his tiprightncBH ominont for his lilmralily An integrity without guile A child like faith in God A never failing benevolence toward his neighbor Marked hm whole character and career Ills charity expnndwl an IIIH meann increaHed dud the wealth acxpiired in honorable labor WBH held as if in trust For Iho good of his fellowmen I A friend to tho poor a helper to tho humble Hii hand and heart wore open every righteous cause Dying Inlho fullness of years a private citizen Ho was lamented as a public benefactor His nanio will bo preserved to coming times By tho numeroim institutions of Learning Philanthropy and Religion Which wero efllabliHhod sustained or aided Hy his muuificeuce alike in lifo and death He died July 12 18KJ aged 87 yearn COLLEGE ITEMS Hojio Wnnhbtirn IB pit boss at the brickyard Mrs long matron of Lulus lint returniHl Wednewlay Paul Dorthick Is working ou a farm near Genera Ohio On a trip through Ohio Mr Shrock called on Mr mid Mm Nixon Tho first kiln of bricks made largo Iy by Htudonbt is now being burnt Tho College brickyard has received Its first onfar for a car load of bricks hire Jennig Lesl r lull returned Tuesday from her Owsloy county trip Lust week thnx now teachers worn elected Watch THE CITIZEN noxt week for an account of each Several Boron professors visited tho Madison county Colored teachers in stitntfl last week nt Hichmond ProC Wjtliams of Covington Color ixl High school a Huron alumnus inndu n recent visit hero with Mr Tin cloy Miss Caroline H Almy returaed Tuosdar Miss Ahny has recovered her health and will romimo hor duo ties when torn opens Supt King has returned from Pos ton with tho completed plans for Ito new Mens Industrial building Ground will bo broken n tow days Brother Teeters writes from Woiser Ida Ploasn send my CITIZEN to above address Wo JUno hero with a hope that I may recover some of my lost strength MrDiznoy ROIl family arrived Mon tiny Thoy will live at tho Pigi hous on Walnut Meadow piko Mr Diz any will lxl Assistant Dean of tho Preparatory department James M sneer leaves tomorrow for Ohio When ho returns in about tOil days ho will have with him Mrs Racer now Miss Myrtlo Burr Thor will livo at Mrs ToddV Tho College is furnishing all dor mitorr rooms with bedding amt tow eta These will ho laundrod in tho Collego laundry Steps aro now hoe ling taken to secure an increased wader supply for Ladles lint Homer Martin of Stanford University Cal a former student at Boron writes Without TilE CITIZKX I am losing nil knowledge of Berea I graduate hero next year Stanford is a lovely place yet I always think of old Boron with the fondest recollec ions Instructor Todd has made a caro fill chemical analysis of the well at tho brickyard and liuds it excellent for Ho sums up tutus liTho sanitary examination shows that tho organic matter present is rather low in amount and is mostly of vegetable origin and duo probably to tho coal soot washed in from tho roof I coucludo that tho water is perfectly safe as udrinking water Miss A Laura Crayons line bon uti fled tho walls and is making arrange ments for having pictures upon the studyroom at Lincoln Hall Tho ex pense of 100 has been donated by unary of tho friends of Boron College Among the number wero James Lane Allen Mrs Madeline McDowell Breckouridgo a granddaughter of Henry Clay Mrs Jore Morton of qoxington Mr J GSchnlidlnppand- Prof Philip Van Nuns of Cincinnati I INOTICE STUDENTS COMING BEREA FOR THE FALL TERM SEPTEMBER 10 1902 Excursion trains from Chicago Cleveland nail other points will moot at Cincinnati ou tho morning of Sep tember 9 1102 The Boron Y M C A extends grueling to all young men who aro planning to como to Boron this fall The association holds its regular meetings every Sunday ovouing at 030 p ni in Phi Delta Hall to which all young uncut are cordially invited Young men will bo on the train wearing Y M C A badges to grout you and to give you any information you may desire concerning the asso ciation or tho College Watch for the badge loping to moot you at tho opening of tilt fall term wo aro- Sincerely yours Y M C A Boron Ky For further information IId dross J R Young Berea Ky RESOLUTION OF THANKS The following is n clipping from tho Carter County Tribune relative to tho closing proceedings of their county institute Resolution No G Wo wish ox tend to Prof Dinsmoro of Berea Col doge n hourly welcome our midst and further do wo thank him for tho excellent lecture given Alpha Hall And further do wo thank Mr David Martin for the free lisa of Alpha Hall during Prof Diuomoros lecture ft Perilous Mission I i iii 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- fChattanooga a tale of the Civil War soon to begin in this paper SUBSCRIBE AT ONCE Dont Use- Spectacles Unless you need them and if you use them lie sure they lit your need I will give thorough examination with the above instrument FREE or ciiARnK which always indicates tho correct glasses to use II you dont newt glasses will toll you so Te Ae Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main Street Richmond Ky Berea College Chemi cal Laboratory I am prepared to make sanitary and mineral analyses of water San itary analysis determines whether or not water is taro to drink E W TODD Berea Ky Chemist CENTRAL KENTUCKY AND- MADISON MONUMENTALWORKS Head stones urns inonii grailitogoverned by quality of ma tonal Prices reasonable Only firstclass work done All work guaranteed GOLDEN FLORA RICHMOND Ky Corner of Main and Collliu Htrcctn 223 A CITltK FOR CIIOIKKAISKANTIJM Last May says Mrs Curtis Bak or of Bookwalter 0nn infant child of our neighbors was suffering from cholera iufautum The doctor hind given up all hopes of recovery I took a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Chol era and Diarrhoea Romany to the house tolling them tout sure it would do good if used according to three ions 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 Rom edy frequently and have never known it to fail in any single instance For solo by S E WELCH JR 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 KENTOCKT Irlces very rraranible and nil work wcllmnclp 380 TA NECESSARY 1UKOAUTIOV Dont neglect a cold It is worse than unpleasant It is dangerous By using One Minute Cough Cure you can cure it at once Allays in flammation clears tho head soothes and strengthens tho mucous mom brand Cures coughs croup throat and lung troubles Absolutely safe Acts immediately Children like it For sale by East End Drug C- oTheCitizen FIFTY CENTS A YEAR t Independent Weekly Devoted to the Interests of IIOMEFARM SCHOOL 50 CENTS A YEAR in to in TO TO to in in 1 Hanans Shoes rEverywhere recognize as tho finest mado for nlolIlnont Leather smartest Styles and host foot fitting Lasts thinhiffloss owing to smaller store expenses in Richmond PRICES 500 550 and 000 Wo show many other finn shoes nt 100 f3b300 and 200 A size and shapo for every foot always found in our big stock Covington Banks Outfitters for Mon and Boys HAVING TilE t LARGESTI will for the noxt 00 days sell any saddle in tho IIhop nt 10 I percent reduction Prices Low Quality guaranteed T n n DR M Ee JONES e Dentist MillineryStore Office DaysThursday Friday Saturday of each week Special Notice In Our headers ChiIaIIU lrInlxhlJoCIIlItIbroll IInlrumcIIIuvla ul a xmit uewrpet rr It In u rero treat tholll1I 66 ISTOCK ShootsStraw KYSuccessor ARNOLD RICHMOND KY Shoes Hats Gents Furnish Jf lagst James Racer Bro are our agents in heron Same prices in Berea as Richmond t MEAT MARKET I have reopened the Mesjt Mar ket on Main Street Fresh Meats VegetahlesinM B RAMSEY Berea Ky THE VERY LATEST PRICEThenCOME wantit s represented GOCARTS OLD HICKOKY For your lawn or porch It is comfortable attractive and will stand exposure to min and sunshin- eUNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY 73Night JO Si JOPLIN Richmond Ky II The Radcliffe Shoe IIIs the only 0 KShoetown Our Wall Paper Line RICE is IMMENSE AND IMMENSELY CHEAP rBICKNELL EARLY 1N N NNNN 1 1 1 111 1 1 NN1 1N N Douglas 1 i Crutcher i have a fine line of Spring and Sum mer Shoes They enjoy showing i you their goods i iLt r THE CITIZEN DRINK AND THINKING A Illppnnt Qurr Thnt In 1anllrI Anmvrrnl- Ve wish to answer seriously n seem ingly flippant inquiry omitting of course the ftlKtinture of the writer says the New Y 5rk Journal Vlll you tell me how I nmhngo to think my most beautiful thinks In drink Sumo men really do their best work under the Inlluenco of drink for this t rottson Drink has weakened their 1nervesand put their constitutions anti vitality permanently below par They do their best work when they drink just ax a poor thin abused tired cart horse dues his best work when he IB lafthcd with a whip This does not speak well for the whip does t7 It dues not prove that the hushing of the horso Is n noble process or the whip tin admirable Instrument It simply proves that It you abuse on unfortu unto creature and render him unlit for work you must abuse him still morn to get it little work out of him You think your most beautiful thoughts In drink for various reasons III the brat place when you drink you are quite easily pleased and you are pleased most enslly with yourself If you were sober your thoughts would nut stem so beautiful to you Often what you think In drink you would bo very sorry to hear repented In your dull sober hours In thu second plan feeling Is essen limn to any strong thinking It is essen tial to the expression of any strong emotion The man who drinks hard or even wines to rely to sly extent upon drink has dead nerves and a doml Imagination when his drink time Is overDrink sets the heart to beating It sets the blood to pumping through the brain It stimulates the mysterious combustion of matter which results In J thought and emotion becomes stron ger In proportion to the strength that accompanies this combustion The coward wants to light when he Is drunk lie has some feeling The dull mind gets Imaginative It has some feeling This dues nut glorify time coward or make the dull mind bet ter It usually makes both ridiculous nd pathetic In addition to being cow j nail dull 1Sopdrinking for six mouths sleep two hours more per day than you sleep at present take in more fresh air think steadily and soberly Instead of talking boisterously as you limbs bly do now Wo venture to predict s that you will soon find springing up In your head some very acceptable 1thinks with wild drink will have to do- MUNICIPAL i WISDOM Trmparnnrr Policy of an EnKlUIi tit County Council ltd The London Manual Issued by 4 Messrs Lloyd summarizes the tem perance policy of the county council I Time chief principle is the abandon want of licenses acquired In connec tion with street Improvements Other planks In the councils temperance jKlley nre broadly stated as follows First The abolition of alcoholic drink from the dietary of the Inmates of the lunatic and imbecile asylums raid the tousle halls and the prohibi tion of the sale of drink in the audito riumsSecondThe provision of accommo dation in other places than public houses for the holding of inquests Third The abolition of promenades In giving of money In lien of a beer al lowance to time otllcers I Fourth The provision of fret dress lug rooms In the public parks thus re I moving time necessity of crkketers footballers and others using licensed premises for that purpose 1lfth The refusal to allow Intoxi cating drink to be sold In the parks anti open spaces mud the provision that till refreshments shall be of the best quality anti sold at the lowest possible tariff Sixth The provision of tea and cof lee etc for firemen when engaged at tires Up to the present time time council humus allowed to lapse ninetyfour II census time approximate premium val y ue of which is estimated at oj000 An Anlltrnuicrnnrt Sorlrtr In spite of time general campaign against Intemperance and the abuse of alcoholic drinks especially absinth n company hits actually Issued a pro speeds in glorlllcutlon of time green liq uor It Is called The General Union For the Defense of Absinth and its object says the 1urls Messenger is to found In Paris as well as In the prov laces and abroad centers for the pur pose of combating the propaganda car ried on against Intemperance In Jell 1 amt and the consumption of absinth in particular A perusal of the pro spectus leaves ono wondering what madmen are these but the tat Is leta out of the bag In time final clause which refers to the rational defense of absinth and the interests It rcpre runts The whole thing thus turns out to bo 11 move on the part of the 1manufacturers who are seriously alarmed by the growth of the temper mice movement A VUe Pullet Caiitnln Mrs Vary Ollourke of goufh Chica go found lien husband In n saloon and she proceeded to relieve him of what f money ho had left as her fatally was In dire need Thu police department wag culled on to Bottle the disturbance mid Captain Hhlppy Bald If more women would tike from their hus Lauds the money they ennui and use It for the needs of the family there would be fewer drunken husbands and more domestic harmony u t- RELIGIOUS THOUGHT Oem ilrnnnl Prune the Triiclilrmi of All nriKiiiiliinlliiim The highest test of love Is obedience Rov Dr Charles W llyrd Methodist Atlanta Gt Our Inlicrltnnr Do we realize the Inheritance left us by n crucified GodItev 1 C OUell ly Catholic Brooklyn Tlir Clirl tlnnn Irlvltrirr Time Christians privilege Is ono of great freedom Nov Dr William J lloltzclaw Itaptlst Atlanta Gn Tlii Inn of nttiro If men will commit slit they inuft suffer for It somehow sometime some where This Is n law of nature Kev Dr Charles Stelrle Presbyterian St Louis Two Sldea ur Ilfp To cleave to that which Is good Is lint one side of time Christian life the other half Is to abhor that which Is evil Itev A S Garver Unitarian Worces ter MUM Srlf Dinlnl lrun ProKr n Self denial always means progress It takes the one who practices It from a lower to a higher plane Kev Dr 1 X Heard President Situ Francisco Na tional Training School llopr Inr Soiiirtlilnir llrtlir The turn who lives without ambition or without the hope of making some thing better out of his life Is practically deadltev Dr Frank De Witt Tnl mage Presbyterian Chicago Itrlliclon Mini CllUrnnlilp It Christians were better citizens the gospel might have n chance The sentiment of sinners nnd gospel meet ings should be carried to the Polls Itev Dr Macon Indianapolis Ind llnnlrn Mnkrr Every worthless mail increases the welgljt of the worlds sorrow Every selfish man adds to the pressure of the worlds mlsiTy Ituv Dr Donald Sage Mackny Ikformed Church New York Imllii if I IIP liner The destiny of the race depends up on what men love nnd what they know and not upon time kind of fruit the first Individual man or woman may have eaten Itev Adolph Uoeder Sweden borglan Grouse N J The Mot U clm Thing The most useless thing In all this world Is doubt It has left a path of desolation through all history It makes no heroes wins no battles set ties no contests builds no empire Conviction does Belle e your belief mill doubt your doubts KeV Dr Sliced Presbyterian Plttsburg- Trniplntltinx at Culleg Life Melt speak about the temptations of college life ns if there were no tempta ions in business as If the banker and broker lived in n holler atmosphere and as if the apostle of Wall street were in closer touch with the Ten Command meats than other nenUev Dr Pat ton to Students of Princeton Univer sity- Snnrruinry of ChrUl Among the changes taking place in the political social rind literary world while the leaders of the post are rule gated to the rear mouth those whom our fathers honored are despised by their sons Christ steadily holds his grip on the lives of nee and women every where Itev N H Hinds Methodist Chicago Spiritual Triumph of ChrUt The spiritual triumph of Christ over the Interior being of humanity is much more wonderful amid deep than the In fluence of his religion over the stand ards of art literature civics or social intercourse Zealous lovers of Chrls tlnnlty ought to keep this In mind when they lire fearful of the spread of mod era unbelief and Indlfferentlsin Itev Henry OKeefe Catholic San Francisco Klliln Without Uoclrlup The Popular cry Is for the ethics of Christ without his doctrinal state ments That means to stop at thiral phabet of Christianity Such a lack of ambition will result either In lmio happiness because we have not glvuu the soul the supply it must have or In inconsistency of life because it leaves us in Ignorance of the orders under which we are professing to saillhlsh oil Cheney Episcopalian Chicago Slnmlilrd of llrllRluu Faiths the ages run on the authority of Jesus becomes more and more the final normal standard of religious faith The world Is steadily losing satisfac tion In the oracles of philosophers and in the doctrines of dogmatists hence creeds and councils are of lighter weight than ever they have been In Christian times Hold mid blatant unbelief Is neither louder nqr ns loud In its assertions as It once was Itev J L Wlthrow Congregatlonullst lIes ton Drinnnil of the World When you try to unit the church to the demands of the world you will end in Its entire destruction ns n torte of good and rlrighteousness You will find time real underlying objection that runny have to the church Is that It for bids a life of sin Some serer to have the Idea that the church should relieve men of all Labor that It should make life one continual picnic and holiday that It should refuse the satisfaction of no desire Itev J W Itomlch Lutheran Allegheny City In The Divine Authority The divine Authority of Jesus Christ distinctly prohibits any modern Joshua from killing his way Into any mod eel Canaan mid If the world deems necessary such things as are being done in South Africa and the Philip pines It has no right to claim any Christian sanction for the enterprises and time methods employed The only point wo nre just now making is that granting that the brute policy is neces sary and therefore right we cannot put Christs name to Ittier Dr Charles U Parkhurst Presbyterian New York THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON VIII THIRD QUARTER INTERNATIONAL SERIES AUG 24 Ten iif the Ip Mn Xnni sill 18- Yat and xlv 1 1 JIiMiiory VermM IioXtCollon Text IK Jot iCom nipntnr lrt inrril 10 Itrv II M StCHrtiN Copyright 1TO by AmlrlMn Prier Ass OlHllatL 13 And Ihe Lord pack unto Mo saying Send thou then that they may- stroll the land of Canaan which I Rive unto Ihe children of Israel When they came to tho bottlers of the land which nod Mil promised to them for It win only eleven days journey from lloreb to Kadthbllr neft Moses said Itehold time Lonl thy Gull hath sot the land before this Go up and potmens It HH tile Lonl God of thy fathers hath said unto three Fear not neither be ilUKWiniRwl nut the people simile to Mores anil asked that men be sent to search out the land mind bring back word as to till way to go sad what cltlea to inner Deut I 2 il28 The idea of apds s therefore originated with lama and time Lord gave commandment to Iwvo It KO becaiute tlnv wuiteil It to just us afterwnril the Ixird comiwiiMl Samuel to glue them n king because they InilstMl on ImvliMC a I Inn like oth tr nations 1 Sum vllt lt ll22l Itend Us III i S 1 rs and con slder It well mid nay III the face of ouch assurances If the peoples request for spits was nut trtinply u lack of faith In Gild- S al Ami they returned from MrehlnM of the land slier forty iteya They could not but testify that It vtis as God had t4thl a land flowing with milk and Jiomy Kx III S xxxlll 8 but they had been tiaiug their nat urnl eyes more than the oyva of their hearts Kph I 18 U V 1 awl Imtand of seeing only Gal and lite gaidlw rand Ilia protnteea they taw lUtflctlKios whlrh setmetl I to them Inaurmounta bee for tlMy forpit the dHlrvrauev from Iftryirt and the dividing of the- Itnl wa and the qualla and the manna so wundruuMly given and no they talk of walled rltkwaml plants mad a strung iicohde and limey arena not 411 nckmi upon tiou at all They taellfv Nl MM Ills Yon Pa evl 21 22 Jli- m And Calrl tlll UK iu4r before Mac and mtM Url us iro up Itl unc 111- pore It for wv ure veil tibia to sore corn II- This was no vain bond or i nanIupon tbemselviw lint words nltervd froui a heart stayed upon Jehovah Hear Caleb and Joshua In chapter xl- IIH If the Lord delight In IM teem Ho will bring ua Into thta lawl anti give It ua only rebel not jw agaliMt the Lund neither fear ye tile people of the land the Loot la with us Feur them nut IJalen to this snore Caleb fortyflr years later when ht asked Joshua for the noun situ where the giants wore And sow Itehotd the Lund kath kept Ire afire ns He Rakl these forty and live year e If so be Ute Lord will be with me then I shall ho able to drive tbein out C8 time Lord Mill Josh xlv 10121 lIe wholly followed the lord mid ro lled upon huh Oln Out the mm that anal up with him MM We be not auk W go up nraliuir thu iwopto for they are alronaw than we Thus they brought up an evil report of the land u slander upon time land xlv tOi They sow the giants and they saw themselves as praeahdllpera It was a cost of wu nnd they but slut a word about CoiL They are stronger than we We were In their sight as gniiwhappurH In our conflicts with the enemy as we paw tbrnugti this wilderness or sojourn In time plen out land everythine depends open our point of vision If we sue thlnan front our standpoint Ute giants mid walled cities will aettn very real but If like Caleb timid I whim we stand with all dlllleultieH will n eiii as GOIII When David went to meet Goliath dill not consider Ida own wenkiHtn I xlv f And all the congrecaUon lifted up their voice and ertedd the Peel Wept that night No wonder they acted thus when they were so unbelieving anti nUT llous against God They were within sight timid roach of the good land but occupied with tliemnolvtw and despis lug the promlmw of God and even God Hlnifclf Star the record of a iMevlous weeping In Nina xl I 10 11 IK OI and a later one In Num xxv 0 and note that It was all li cnuse of unlKt llef as was the weeping of Mary Mag dalene at time tomb on time rasurrcctloh morning Joy and pence tonne by be lieving hut In no other way Item xv 13 Joint xlv 1 27 xx 2720 Z z And all the cMhlrcn of Icrarl mur mured against Moses and against Aaron They even wished they ware dead or might die In the wilderness end ninny of then sot their wsh Their thought was to get rid of their trouble They had no thought or dmtlre that God might he glorllld In their death CUD trast loin zxl li ihll I 20 See tee ords of other iiiurinurlngH III Kx xv 21 xvl 2 xvll I Ntiin xvl 11 II They did not consider lint their weep hug was In the oars of time I ord and their niurninrliiRs nstilnut Him Stun Xl 18 xlv 20 27 Kx xvi S tier that wlien they complained It displeased the Lord Num xl 1 4 And they said one to another Let us make a captain and lit IM return late Kgypt The Lon Himself was their captain ns He also Is ours Josh v 11 II Citron xlll 2 licit II 10 hut they wonted no more of hint Stephen says that In their hearts they turned lack again Into Kgypt mid Neheinlah says that III their rebellion they appointed u captain to return to their bondage Acts cllIJ Neb Ix 17 Let us con sider what Is written about looking hack In Gun xlx 20 Luke Ix 02 xvll 12 omit contrast looking forward ant upward In I rov Iv 23 Hub xU 2 Ihll III 20 S r r L1f Y NN NNNNNNNN NH NNINI NN f L THE HOME j WORTH KNOWING SilO timid your closets nro wullvun timtmlllouistkonporfl uliotilil hol use soup whorl donning mulling Wlion wash ingis MCOBllnryIIIIU anon soft water with it little salt dissolved in it Wlionov r i go Bhhw put in tin onus nro oponml anil only partly lined do not allow mho remainder to ntnud in tutu title but turn tliuin out into mi million howl and put in u cool place Spots on n silk blouse cnu boolenn oIl with Imnziiio Uw n piooo of now elixir llnnnol mid rub gently nllor wnrds oxpwiiiK time inntMit in thn nir to dry On no necoiiul use tho benxino iiunr n light nn It U highly in Iliiininnblu To remove paint from glass wot the spot with strong liquid mnindiiin lm fug onreftd not to lot tho nininotiln run down on tho window print or Vnrnifih After two or torte nppllon 11011 HcmtHJ KronUy with it HOeuof soft ttoodlhon ruh with n jmperwot with iiinnionm CHILDRENS MANNERS Iii tinny AirMriimn homes inck of mnuuoOIB Fast utltnlnK lulethhmmg akin to lick of monks Tin KntiKl inolliHr nod guest are frequently for end into n seoowlary position in conversation the ten table talk being monopolized by ohiWrenn Olmtlar owl olnuior 1elnreoee to apr w on DP pi OIIOIIH hy its nb 6111 Tlie child is PtKXHintKpd to think of liinislijt flml ail others lust for fear lint hiM apputniioity ho checked Ainoug wwlllirwl Europ maw tho Anterimn child is usually OOIclnwtla uiiiHnnw to ha hold up as n Mrs Aliao KrCKiiinn Pttllllflr tuna u story of her exporioneo in a tJprin n milwtiy train xvhon n tiny Karl who hind root IlliUud KOtttt little rihiMIMM WHI ro prowl In n flhookexl tOIMt by its ntotli or My son said IIIwhAt shall I do with ytNit You belmr just like an Ainuriomi child Iiwiantly noth lujj more oiiiHhioK omild lutes heels said The trar tar who has ONOU Mr wl with forwKH children and olxmrvml their sweet wnutewftH anti nboiict of tlhllldrenwith desire that our nodule vigorous Annrionn cliiklrmi nmy odd n now grnco to time other clmnna which make thorn the light nail joy of our IKHHSH Tile CurlrtfftioIHlUt IIHMUUT TIIUKATHMin- Whilo picuickiiiK last month my 11 yearold toy wnH poimnod hy KMIUI weed or plmit says W H Dihhlo of Sioux City In Ho ruhlxHl tho poison olT lite hauls into hilt 1lH amid for n while wn woro afraid ho would lose Bight Finally n neighbor rocom inoiuliil DoWitts Witch dazed Salvo The first application holpud him and in a few days hn was as woll iw over For skin disonses cuts liuni twllltlI wounds insect lilies DdWittt Witch hazel Salvo is sure euro HclinvrH piles nt once IJowBro ofeoiuhterfeito For Hnlo hy East End Drug Co Reduced to FIFTY CENTS A YEAR New Idea- Womans Magazine lilT Formerly OneDollar a IFashionfore the American public shows I New Ideas In Fashions In Millinery In Embroidery In CooRInWomans Work and beautifully Illustrated In colors and In black and white Above all It stows the very fashionable New lora STYLES made from New IDEA PAT TERNS which COt only foe each Send Five Cents Today era tlncl eonrof the New IOIIA W6wAa MAOAIINI and see what great vain- for lh money It can give you z THE NEW IDEA PDBLISniNO CO 676 Baiwy New Tark K T A MdllT OP TKKKOU Awful anxiety wile full for till widow of the liravo General Biirnbain of Alachins Mo whoa the doctors said elm would die from Iliuiitnouin huforo morning writes Mrs S II Lincoln who nttonded loon that fonrfiij night hut sho begged for Dr Kings Now Discovery which had Moro tlnui once saved her life and cured horoT Con sumption After taking milmo slept nil night Further use entirely cured hor This inarVolIoim medicine in guaranteed to euro nil Throat Ghost lIutljlftQQ 111NN111111NI111N1N111 N N111NN111 I THE SCHOOL JNN N NN1 f11N N N 1 N N N THE EDUCATIONAL REVIVAL IT IS MUCH NEEDED IN OUR COUNTRY SCHOOLS There in being nwakunod a wide spread interest eiliiitftlion Through out tho country the Mttenlion of the people is IwiiiK called to this great mutter Thn condition of our schools hath secular nUll dunoinlimtioinil IN hoing looked cnrofnlly into timid largo plans for thoir improvement are hohlr projected Specially do the HchtxilH in the rural regions roll for iinnudi ale null thoughtful attention Our Hchniiu of iililio Hcluxil eiliication in thouountry in many places in scarce ly worthy till mule laud ore hanlly more than OXUIINIM for Holicwls says the Jiujtlitt inloii With mimrubln hoiiHUH only I ho niowt Himpjo nod riidn apparntiiH poorlj cquippiHl traohers only n fag mouths in BOH slosh and with iimiloqnato direction and Hiiperiiitendonco it is qnito inn putisihlo to have such whools us the times iltMiiand It is high limn our people worn niovexl in this nnitler Ilihliu ttohoolH have to como to utny and they iiiimt ho umdo ndeqtialo to tho great work roimnittud to them Tim Isst men in tho country should Iw mado BUjwr iulondttutH mind school conimiHsioiiurH nod fhould give IhiuiHolvi with great mirioimntxss and huhoslryto tint chargo of tho dutioH of this olllco Tint htlllt mon in tutu community Hhouhl deem it an honor to IMI porinlthsl to servo on thuKcliool iMxml Fuwt r and hut tur hoiious should his Ktcunnl tniimd and mature teachers oniplojinl and umon Mouths otrupitsl Those timings our jKtopIo should tlo mind nnd coiitinuo lo dmimnd until they am iKKnired Let it but under toot that our schools nro not Himply to furnish omploynuint to tho favorite dntiKhtcrx ofn uuighhorhood hut n place for honest and hart work on time mutt of inuu nnd womun that have IMMMI highly and thoroughly trained for thoir lift work Lot our jH ophi be stirred to serious thought and no tion in those timings and not tnko it for granted that things nro Bound to remain M Ihuy nee Speak out in nurselingwlieumurthings aronot what thoy ought lo ho It is time right of an honest lox payor to get tlio ln nt for his inoniV and no where it in KO important to Jot time ltwt ns in our pnlilio hoofs A MIIICKISO UHMIl V- Laldly Iwfull a railroad lalwror writes Dr A Knllotf of Willifonl Ark His foot was hadly trtlllhltl hilt UuekIonrH Arnica Salvo quickly ctirod him Its simply wonderful for Hump IJoiK 1ihfl nnd all skin eruption U is tho worlds champion lu ah r Cure guaranteed 2Tc Sold hy East Knd Drug Co t NNNNN 1N11111 N 11 111 N N 1N L r THE FARM JN1111 N 1 N N N LNI NN 111111 NN Tho forum is not only n source of rovenuo to its owner hut oilers him many opportunities for improvoinunt in business Whilo tho farmer may moot with misfortune during unfavor able Reasons yet if ho owns mho farm ho has at least tilt meniiH for employ incut nnd ho nood not ho idlo during I-nay Bcnnon of tho year The farm howover dots not yield crops free of chargu to tho farmer Iho fertility of mho soil may hIOOItl in the form of proiluco Dud tutu land ceases to IMI proiluctivo hut in sack mixforditio tho fault is morn with thin farmer thou with Iho farm Tho volume given everything grown upon tho farm comes from the lalwr applied and the prr lit derived from the labor is largo or small in proportion to the skill of tho farmer Lalnir eat lo wnnliNl when not judiciouHly nppliisl or It tuny ho mado to hiring largo ret u rim when thin armor fully understands how to urn ploy it to his advantage When tlot farmer holts wheat corn cattle milk ole ho sells hdkor nnd if ho von pro duct llieno articles with the Oust out lay for loner his prolitn will IKI prr Hrtionntely larger limn crops produced on till aria mute valuahlo according to limn cost of pro diiftion anil not cnltrulv for thin pric M they laity bring in mnrkcl A crop may nlso lot much mom valmthhi on the farm than in market ns it fit pnwitnts row material randy to INI convettMl into something that will hring n higher price when sold TIll linrvchting of n crop floes not end tint tabor necessary to innko it inoru mIll aide Labor is rnpiin l in grindjiig the grater cutting limn Sisal for stock amid hnnilling tllll products dnrlvnl front this lira Bttxk and much of tutu Labor cnn but hiwlonttl luring time win tor wiHoii when outdoor work on thin land is not re ui remven tutu nine are Hindu on thin farm is ono of till crops but tins tint nilvantngo of Ining nlrwtdy al the market whorn it inwnnt Ill Tho innnuro leap is nun of Jho storehouses of tint fnrmor in which ho stoics niatorlaN for IIMI anothur semi son and from which ltd alo deriven n profit in other forms- ADVICCTO FARMERS IrUH lIufool 5w Viytwl Cut away mho urns shrubs nnd vim from around thn tell orntngt l country homo mid you will cut n hig sited from thin stilling pried Add nuch things lo thin trtihHS homo and you tmiko It worth room nnd nlwi diisior of sub Why should the farm or scorn Much timings when thuy hove n direct Imnring on mho helling IIIuuI t of his prowrlv It rThin lint physicChntnberni0a Stomach and Liver Tnblnts Eniy to take Ilpnunnt in effect For solo br 4S E WEUH JII I IiPAM-I hind IMJOII troubled with my Htoniach for thouustsi7hrn or Huvunttfii jonrs anil us I IIIIVH hwn acting ns a drug clerk for tint pant thirteen yearn 1 horn hud it good chaucu to try all remedies in thn market hut mvtr found anything until ww gut in a Mipnly of Kipnns Tabulew that did mo guy good Thoy ham entirely cmirnl inn At tliius could hold 1 had it hour stomach mcl till tlio limn In anitittml was unruly worth living 1 was callml cross mid crnhlxxl hy my friends hut now they all notice thu chango In m- oAT DRUGGISTS The five cent packet is enough for an ordinary occasion The family bottle six ty cents contains a supply for a year 1 Berea College I Pounded 1855 r PLACES TilE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OF ALL Over 40 Teachers and 900 Students from 20 States Largest College Library In Kentucky NO SALOONS Applied Science Two ctnirsn with Agriculluru for young men and Domestic Sciunco for young ladies Normal Courses For IVachoH Three courses loading lo County Curt ilicidt State Curtlficatn and Stale Diploma Academy Courwo Four years lining for College for business null for life Culllgo Courscs Lilornry Scientific Classical loading to Uacca lauroate degrees Trade Scliooln CarMHitry Irmting Iiotisuwork Nursing two year- sAlnsittIFewl Organ Client froo u ocnl Piano Thoory Wo mint hero to help all who will help Ihomsolvos toward n Christian i dn ration Our instruction is n free gift Students par a smith incidental fee to ineut of the school apart from iustrticlion ouch must also pay for Iwiird in advanco Expenses fur term 12 vuoks may bo brought within sL4o0 nhotit t15 to ho in advaiico Tint school is oudorsiHl by Baptists Christians Disciples lVngregalion alisls Methodists 1rusbytoriaiiH mind good peoplo of nil denominations t rr INFORMATION nJ FRIENDLV ADVICE tiltttt Uc SECRETARY WILL C GAMBLE Bcrea Madison County Ky a THE CITIZEN a This Ib a r IIoils V Paper In every sense fJ i flit the News Glioice Readme storlostG fOR INSTANCE We shall soon begin publishing one of the most powerful serials of the d- ayChattanooga 9 A Tale of tho Civil War full Ci All venture arut Romance t Unless you Ire a Subscriber you may miss this and many other good thingsI j Progress In Korea Tho Korean onineror rides A lit lighted1fsejovntoru nnd tjio public otllcMlc gpt away with moneys hut your to tho amount otn condo of million you This led prtnio minister to adopt n very sin tftilnr plea to stop the leaks of the trwiury The ollicial whoio embci zlomont foots up to moro thnn 18000 thin shall suITor tho penally of death This makes tho little thieves very ulltheNow Wavcn llegtstor Keene Manner Jnmos 11 Keona is vary emphatic in his like nml dislike of teen To n frfend ho is always moat genial but his glanco freezes tho man ho doai not like on hit first RlplOOrhI and often before ho lots n to utter n word Ilia estimate of those he doom not like it unique the In conie explanation When ever Mr Keenea associate hear him give vent to that expression they know well what it mne netliero is no hope for that man if Mr Kcono eau iu any way thwart him A Wood Stained Dock M Dirnlaon n lieutenant in the Krcnoh navy who wrote n book on titled La5 ilnrltimos for which he WAS cashiered is being kept busy fighting duels with referred to In it lie fought his fourth duel recently with a son of time Russian Consul nt Toulon M Diraispn was wounded slightly in the arm As soon ns he snail have recovered hem begin n fresh coned of duels wiili navnl olllccrs So far ho tins biton wounded ico ana has ounl1I ell two adversaries u t flr Perilous Mission IFitll of thrilling dangers and hairbreadth escapes was the errand the young man was about to enter upon and the story of his adventures r is one of the most powerful in modern fiction Make sure you do not miss the opening chapters o- fChattanoogai a tale of the Civil War soon to begin in this paper SUBSCRIBE AT ONCE SllIJllshllrJJowith which ho hind been nlllictwl for yearn by four boxen of Chamberlains Stomach nod Liver Tablet Ho had previously tried many other remedies rued n number of physicians without relief For Halo by S U WELCH Jn Black RockBy RALPH CONNOR Then r played tho heathen am raged as Jniruio would Ifave salt till Craig smiled n Ilttlo wearily and said You exhaust yourself old chap Have n pllwLllo And nftw n pauso he added In his own way What would you have Tint path straight from my foot Should I quit It I could not no disappoint you and all of then And I know he wan thinking of Omiine and the Inds In the mountains he had might In bo true men It did not help my mgu but It checked my speech so I smoked In sllcnco till bo WHH moved to say And after you know old chap thoro art great compensations for nil losses hilt tar tho loss of a good con witnee toward God what cnn mako npr Hut nil mho sumo I Impel for some Ixtter result trout his visit to Ilrltnln It mromiil to mo that something must turn up to change such an unbearably situation Tho yiir passed however and when I looked Into Craigs taco ngnln I knew that nothing mil hcun changed and that ho luti conic hack to take up Ids llfo alone immure resolutely liojKifnl than over But tho year had left lls mark upon him too lie WIIM a linmdor mad deer er mud Hi hail IKSMI living and think log with men of larger Ideas and rich IlulcitItouched by his surrounding Hi was more tolnrmit of opinions other than his own but moro unrelenting In ills fidelity to ronseUiice and more Impa tient of half liearteilncM and self In chi J11I It IIo wan full of reverence for tho grunt sehplnrn road the great londorii uf IMUII ho hind como to know OrvNt nobk fellows they are and extraordinarily modi t he snitthnt 118 the n ally great are molest There nrt plenty of tho other sort neither grunt nor niodoxt And tho looks to bo road I min quite hopeless about my rumllng It ptvo mo a queer sensa tluti to shako handri with n man who hoorIwltnoHd n fallcrllig In knowledgo ono oxHtti those nuiii to know ovorythlng nut to taiHrlcnco roiipectful kindness nt his hnndsl What of tho younger men I asked Itrlght ken generous fellows In things theoretical omniscient but In IhltiRH practical qulto helpless They toss about great Ideas ns tho miners lumps of crud They can call them by their brook names easily enough but I often wonder whether they could put them Into Itngtlsb Some of them I coveted for the mountain won with clear heads mid big hearts and built nfttT Snndy McNonghtonM model It dilll seem n Klnful waste of Gods good human stuff to FCC these fellows potter nwny their lives among thcorim living nod dead and end up by producing n book Thoy nro nil cither making or going to mako a book A good thing wit havent to road them Hut hero mild there among thou Is sonio quiet chap who will mako a book that men will ttunblo over each other to read Then wo paused and looked at each other Well I said lie understood me- Vis ho nnswenxl slowly doing great work Kvery one worships her Just as wo do mind she is making then nil do something worth while as sho used to mako U- spoke cheerfully and readily ns If lie WITH repenting n lesson well learn ed but ho could not humbug uic I tell tho heartache In time cheerful tone Tell me about her I said for I knew that It he would talk It would do hint good and talk ho did often forget ting mo till us I listened I found myself looking again Into tho fathomless eyes and hearing again tho heart searching voice I saw her go In and out of tutu little rod tiled cottages and down tho narrow back lanes of tho VII huge heard her voice In n sweet low song by tho bed of a dying child or pouring forth Hoods uf music III time great now hall of tho factory town near by but could not see though ho tried to show me time stately grit cloiiH lady receiving tho country folk In her home lie did not linger over that scene but went back again to time gate cottage where she lad taken him one tiny to semi Hilly Hreeus mother I found tho old woman knew about mo he sold simply enough but there were many things about Hilly she hail never heard and I was glad to put her right on somo points though Mrs Mnvor wouftl not lane IIo sat silent for n little looking Into tho coals then went on In a soft quiet voiceIt brought hack the mountains and tho old days to hear again Hlllys tones In Ills mothers voice and to sec her sitting there In the very dress she wore tho night of time league you remember some soft stuff with black lace about ttnna near nor sing as silo did for Hilly Ah Ahl Ills voice unexpectedly broke but Inn moment he was master of himself and begged mo to forgive his weak ness I am afraid I said words tout should nut ho said a thing I never do except when suddenly and utterly upset I am getting selfish and weak ho said I must get to work nm glad to get to work There Is much to do and It Is worth while If only to keep ono from getting useless timid lazy Useless and lazy I sold to myself thinking of my life beside hits and try hug to get command of my voice so ns tot to make qulto a fowl of myself and for many a day those words goaded me to work mid to the exercise of some mild self denial Hut moro than nil else mutter Craig hind gone back to tho mountains Graemes letters from the railway construction camp stirred ono to do unpleasant duty long post poned rind rendered uncomfortable my hours of most luxurious ease Mummy of the old gang were with him both of lumbermen and Moors nut Craig was their minister time letters told of how ho labored by tiny timid by night along tho line of construction carry lag his tent and kit with him preach lug straight sermons watching by sick men writing their letters maul winning their hearts making strong their lives and helping them to die well when their hour came One slimy these loiters proved too much for me mid I packed away my paints and brushes and made my vow unto the Lord that I wouUf be useless nod lazy no longer but would do something with myself In cons pienco I found myself within three weeks walking the London hospitals finishing my course that I might jolty that band of turn who were doing something with life or If throwing 11 away were out losing It for nothing I Imd finished being n fool I hoped at least n tool of tho useless and luxurious kind The letter that cnme from Graeme In reply to my request for II position on his slnfT wins characteristic of time man both now and old full of gayest humor and of molt earnest welcome to time work Mrs Mayors reply was like herself I knew you would not long bo content with the making of leture which the world doe not rally need and would Join your friend In the dear weal making lives that the world needs to sorely Hut her lust words touched me strangely nut be mire to be thankful every day for yor prlvlhwi It will be good to think of you all with the glorious moun tain altoiit you and Chrtafa own work In your hand Ah how w would like loeboo e our work and the place In which to do It The longing did not appear In the words but I needed no words to tell me how deep nml how constant It was and I take WHIIO credit to myself that III my reply I gave h jr no bidding to join our band but rather praised the work she was doing In her place toll lug her how I had heard of It from Craig The summer found me religiously do lug Paris tumid Vienna gaining n more perfect acquaintance with the extent and variety of my own Ignorance and so tvKy occupied In this Interesting mud wtOtfOnllll occupation that I fell out whim nil my correspondents with time result of weoks of silence between us Two letters among time heap waiting on my table In London made my heart bent quick but with how different feel ings one from Graeme telling me that Craig had been very and that he was to take him homo as soon as he could be moved Mrs Mavors letter told ot tho death of time old lady who been her care for use past two years and of her Intention to spend sonic months In her qhl home III Kdlnburgh roil this letter It Is that ac counts for my presence III n miserable dingy dirty little hall running off a close in time historic Cowgate redolent of the glories of tho splendid past and of time various odors of the evil smell lug present I wits thereto hear Mrs Mayor sing to the crowd of gamins that thronged tho closes In time neigh borhood nUll that had been gathered Into n club by n Rime leddle true the west end for time love of Christ and his lost This was an at home night null the mothers and fathers sisters and brothers of nil ages and sizes were present Of nil the sad faces I had ever seen those mothers curried the saddest and trust woe stricken Heaven pity rail I found myself say Ing Is this time beautiful the cul tured the heaven exalted city of Edin burgh Will It not for this be cast down Into hell some day If it repent not of Its closes nod their dens of de filement Oh the utter weariness time dazed hopelessness of time ghastly faces Do not time kindly gentle churehgolng folk of the crescents and the gardens see them In their dreams or are their dreams 100 heavenly for these ghastly faces to appear I cannot recall tho programme of the evening but In my memory gallery Is n vivid picture of that face sweet sail beautiful alight with the deep glow of her eyes as she stood and Snug to that dingy crowd As I sat upon tho window ledge listening to the voice with Its flowing song my thoughts were till away mind I was looking down once pore upon the eager coal grimed faces In time rude little church III Hlack Hock I wax brought hack to timid myself swallowing hard by an audible whisper from n wee lassie to her moth trIMltherl See till you man lies grectln When I camo to myself sho was singing Time Land o time Leal the Scotch Jerusalem tho Golden Im mortal perfect It needed experience uf time hunger haunted Cowgato closes Millf with the black mist of an eastern Imar to feel too full bliss of tho vision it the words Theres line sorrow there Jean Theres neither amid nor care Jean The day is aye fair In The Land o tho Leal A loud of fair warm days untouched ny sorrow and care would be heaven Indeed to the dwellers of tho Cowgate Tho Wilt of that evening Is hazy enough to mo now till I timid myself opposite Mrs Mayor at her fire read lug Graemes letter Theo nil Is vivid again I could not keep the truth from her I knew It would bo folly to try So rend straight on till I came to the words He has hind mountain fever whatever that may be and ho will not pull up again It I can I shall take him home to my mother when she sqylugthe letter In n minute sho hall rend It and begun almost breathlessly Listen My life Is retch changed My motherinlaw Is gone She needs me no longer My ijollcltor tells me too that owing to unfortunate Invest ments there Is need of money so great need that it Is possible that ther the estates or tho works must go My cousin unit his all In the works Iron works you knew It would he wrong to have him suffer I shall give up the estates That Is best She paused tad come with tner I cried When do you sail r Next wool I answered eagerly She looked at me n few moments and unto her eyes there calnc n light soft rued tender ns she said I shall go with you And so she did and no old Itoman In all the glory of a triumph carried a prouder heart than I as I bore her and her little one from the train to Graemes carriage crying Ive gut her lull mils was the better sense for he stood waving his tat and shouting lies all right nt which Mrs favor grew white but when she shook hands with him tho red was in her cheek againIt was tho cable did it went on Graeme Connors n great doctor Ills first ease will make him famous Good prescription after mounthln te yer try u cablegram And the red grew deeper In time beau tiful face beside us Never did the country look so love ly The wools were in their gayest autumn dress the brown fields were bathed In n purple haze the air was sweet and fresh with n suspicion of time conning frosts of winter Hut In spite of nil time road seemed long and it was us If hours had gone before our eyes Ill UIKIII the white manse stand ing muting time golden leaves Lutjhom go I cried ns Graeme paused to take In the view and down the sloping dusty road we flew on the dead run Reminds one n little of Abes curves snld Graeme ns we drew up at time gate but I answered him not for was Introducing to each other time best two women In the worldiI As I was about to rush Into time house Graeme seized me by time collar saying Hold on Connor You forget your place Youre next Why certainly I cried thankfully enough What an ass I nmr Quite true sold Graeme solemnly Where is he asked At this present moment he asked In a shocked voice Why Connor you surprise liter Oh I seer Yes he went on gravely you may trust toy mother to bo discreetly at tending to her domestic duies Sue Is n great woman my mother hind no doubt of It for at that mo meat she cnme out to us with little Marjorle In her arms You lave shown Mrs Mayor to her room mother I hope salt Graeme but she only smiled and said Huu away with your horses you sil ly lay at which he solemnly shook his head Ah mother you are deep Who would have thought It of you That evening the mause overflowed with joy and the days that followed were like dreams set to sweet music limit for sheer wild delight nothing In my memory win quite conic up to time demonstration organized by Graeme with assistance from Nlxon Shaw Sandy Abe Geordlo nail Hapttste In honor of tho arrival In camp of Mr and Mrs Craig mad In my opinion It mudded something to the occasion tlmt after nil time cheers for Mr and Mrs Craig had died away and after all the hats had como down Haptlste who lad never taken ids eyes from that radiant face should suddenly have swept toe crowd lute n perfect storm of cheers by ex citedly seizing his toque and calling cut In his shrill voice Hy gar Tree cheer forMrs Mayors And for many n day the men of Black Hock would easily tall lute time old and well loved name but up and down the Hue of construction In all the camps beyond the Great Divide time new name became as dear as the old had ever been In Black Hock Those old wild days are long since gone Into the dim distance of time post They will nut cone again for we have fallen Into quiet tunes Hut often In my quietest hours I felt my heart pause In Its beat to hear again that strong clear voice like time sound of n trirlnpct bidding us to be men and I think of them all Graeme their chief Sandy Hnptlste Geordle Abe tho Campbells Nixon Slmw all stronger better for their knowing of him nUll then I think of Hilly asleep under the pines and of old moat Nelson with the long grass waving over hint In tho quiet churchyard and all my nonsense leaves me and I bless the Lord for nil his bcneflls but chiefly for the day I met time missionary of lunch Hock in time lumber camp among tho Selkirk TilE nxa Happy Thonjjht Photographer Now I want you to look nslt you were not having your picture tlllalI- ClIslolllerlhell youd better give me back time deposit I made In advancer L1tv t HIGHWAY LESSONS SPECIMEN ROADS CONSTRUCTED TO SHOW THEIR VALUE non Mnrnilnm Saml anti Dtrl IIIcli ivnr Are Ilitlll Thr Slrtl Trnrk WIIKOII Itnnil OH Which n horse Drew I leren Tons The Immense number of crude and frequently linpaxsahle roads to ho found In mill parts of time United States ant tho serious extent to which they have hundlcniiped tho marketing of farm products In various sections of tho country lend especial significance to time cnisndo In favor of good roads which In being conducted by time otllco of toad Inquiry n division of tho de partment of agriculture says a writer In tho Scientific American AH yet there inure not been secured npproprlli lions of HUtllcIent size to cnahli the government to undertake on Its own account time provision uf better high ways but this will conic In time and meanwhile highly Imiwrtnnt results are being accomplished solely by the presentation of forceful object lessons The Investigations of time office of road Inquiry arc mainly directed III seven general fields namely to ascer tain nearly as practicable the actual OlIJIICT M2WOS IIOAI MACADAM Prom Good Itoada Magazine cost of bad roads and time benefit of good roads to demonstrate time Interest of cities and towns pod tho owners of property of nil kinds wherever situated in the Improvement of country roads to develop the methods whereby nIl of these Interests may cooperate with the tanners In the work of road Im provement to discover what actual and systematic road Improvement In being carried on In any part of tho United States and how tho same or modified methods may be applied to other sections to discover road mate rials In various sections of the country to discuss new plans for road construe tion mid encourage experiment In this direction tumid tidally to actually con slruct sample roads Probably the most Interesting phase of till work tins been found however In the construction of specimen roads of various kinds In different parts of tho country Ordinarily three styles of road have been represented In this cx perimental rOluln modes macadam a sand and a dirt road Of these throo tho umcadam highway Is tho most In teresting from tho point of construc tion After n uniform grade has been secured by tho use of wheeled scrap era drag scrapers and plows and possibly rood graders as well there are placed upon this foundation three sep ante layers of the best quality of stone that Is procurable In time vicinity The foundation course which Is about live Inches in thickness and mantle up of two and n unit Inch stone Is thor oughly rolled before the second course composed of one and a half Inch stone Is lint on and this layer In turn Is sprinkled and rolled before tho surface layer or binder as It Is commonly called consisting of threequarter Inch stone lad dust Is put In place The sated road Is formed by placing sIx ladies of river stud on a bed of natural clay Neither the bed nor the surface of the road being relied The dirt road Is made by grading In the usual manner As n rule neither of these latter classes of highways Is con structed save to demonstrate time supe riority of the umcadam road COli sill erable attention has been glove to the construction of steel truck wagon roads decidedly time most novel typo of highway yet Introduced In nay coun try The steel road might be compared to a street car track of modifieddesign and tho plan for IN utilization was doubtless suggested by the well known tendency of teamsters to make use of urban and Interurban trolley nod cable lines on highways where locomotion would otherwise be difficult Time steel track wagon road consists of two parallel lines of steel plates or rails each eight Inches In width anti tot supported on wooden erosstles but simply made solid In tho road by ihinges projecting Into the concrete of the roadbed The rails are accurately spaced so as to receive the wheels of nil vehicles of standard gauge without regard to the width of tire and each plate or rail Is fitted with a huge on tho Inner side to prevent wheels from easily leaving time tracks Unique roads of this typo have ocn constructed In half a dozen different states and n some Instances time records made upon them have been little short of marvel ous In one Instance n load of eleven tons which required twenty horses for Its movement over an ordinary road was readily drawn along the stool track by a single horse This load was twentytwo times time weight of time an haul but at Ames In recently a horse started and moved on a steel track highway n load fifty times time weight of the animal It may be noted that time cost of tho steel track roads lots ranged from 1500 to 3r 00 n mile according to time original condition of the roadbed I BRITTLE FINGER NAILS A professional mnnicurc Bays that the brittleness of finger nails notice able in winter comes from extreme cold The temperature affects the nnilj of some persons moro than those of others but almost any nails arc more difficult to cure for in win tor than in summer It is possible sometimes to relieve this brittloness by rubbing almond oil thoroughly into the nails and finger ends at night after s1fic hn pair of old loves should be drawn on over the hands saws the New York Ioit Persons brittlene-ss in cold weather should be very careful not to leave lime hands uncovered out of doors for a moment and should also take tho pre caution to draw on a loose glove if working at tho fire for any purpose as the extremes of dry heat mid sharp cold injure some nails sari ouslv A YOUNG LADYS LIFE HAVKD At 1jinniim Colombia liy Clianilmrlnlni Colic Choler and Hlrmlioru llcmnljr Dr Chas H Utter a prominent physician of Panama Colombia in n recent letter states Last March I had as a patient a young lady sixteen years of ago who had n very bad at tack of dysentery Everything I proscribed for hor proved ineffectual and she was growing worse every hour for parents wore aura she would dietShe had become so weak that could not turn over in bed What to do at this critical moment was a study l for mo but I thought of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Homed r and as a mat resort proscrib ed it Tho most wonderful result was effected Within eight hours sho teas feeling much better inside of throo days nho was upon leer foot and nt tho end of one week was entirely well For sale by S E WELCH Jn Necessary Expenses for Twelve Weeks School reran who boat themselves Can spend M much or lltllo as they choow on living expense It pryato hllvo n little extra moncrtorlect urei book IIntl other thing But the uecewwry expense are only M follows To Ia y the eat ilr no umn lULL School Incidental Fee 160 tl 50 j IldMilulPce 2i 25 peiee Boos etc about 2 2 00 Icncrnl Dcpmlt t 00 tto Fiirnltluil Homo furl tit h 2Flat Month lioanl S IAving iW iatterraprosesHpRlimmi M Mo Roanl 6 S 00 Brglnnlng 3d Mo Board 6 00 5 00 28 HI 2Sm l Ocnl Deposit returned 00 100 Total Kzprnie 13 week 27 BO 37 00 For those below A Grammar deduct the 12 for books and II from Incidental reeL making tho total only 82GO When four girls room together each saves fi or moro on room and fuel making the total only SJSBO If classed below A Orammar Room and fuel cost ono dollar more In the Winter term Two rooms for honnckoeplng with itorei etc ran usually bo rented for front Silo ft a term The price of n Lie calf a little tanbark or a few homeopnn bedcovers will given terns of school which will change ouei whole life for the better A WeakStomach Indigestion is often caused by over eating An eminent authority say the harm done thus exceeds that from the excessive use of alcohol Eat all the good food you want but don Iover load the stomach A weak stomach may refuse to digest what you eat Then you need a good dlgestant like Kodol which digests your food with out the stomachs aid This rest and the wholesome tonics Kodol contains soon restore health Dletlngunncces sary Kodol quickly relieves tho feeling of fulness and bloating from which somo people suffer after meals Absolutely cures Indigestion Kodol Natures Tonic pTbuLdbotbconttns2h4llmeihiSO th- a Three Years in Richmond And out of all the sots of teeth that have boon made at my office if thoro is ono sot or any sets that show any defects 1 will make n new set free We are making tho best sot of teeth in tho world for 7fiO and if delects show in ive freerfbishave iamb or am going to make time best alloy fills in the world at 7r rents DR HOBSON Dentist Permanently located in tho Hobsor Building next door to Gov ornmont Building Richmond Kentucky Reference Richmond National Bank Special Prico to Students it THE CITIZEN FINE OFFER TO STUDENTS Earn Your Incidental Fees Co11eqij Hospital Foes as a premium for nolV subscribers to Tilt CITIZEN For 15 Subscribers 37f on foes let 47B 23 H75 27 575 Tliu snhcribers must bo now ones porfloim not now taking THE CITIZEN and cash subscribers Go to work at once and you cat easily earn your incidental and hoi petal fees for the loll or winter torte Sond in the names and addresses plainly written us fast as you get them dont wait until you get tin full niiinbor but send right along Wo will givo you full credit for all names and when you come to ente school wo will give you an order fol all you have done on Treasurer Os bourn Get your friends to help you Re member THE CITIZEN is 60 cents a year Address John Dodwell filE j CITIZEN l SEND FOR SAMPLE COPIES IT NKKI S A TONIC There are times when your live needs a tonic Dont give purga tins that gripo and weaken DeWItt Littlo Early Risers expel all poison front the system and net as tonic to tho liver W Scott 531 Highland nvo Milton 1a says I have car rimy DoWitts Little Early Risers with mo for several years and wouldnt be without them Small and easy to take Purely vegetable TheyMierei gripe or distress For sale by East End Drug Co- REPAIR THAT LOOM Borea College has secured a market for homespun and hoineworeagooda such as bed corerlida linen drew linsoy jeans blanket etc at follow infr prices Cororlids 4 to JG Linen 40 to Bf cents a yard Dress Linsey W cents i a yard Jeans CO cents a yard Blankets natural brown wool or bark i dyes 3 a pair White liusey and whito blankets i are not in demand only on orders Coverlids must bet yards 72 inches wide and 2 yards 90 inches long All dyes used must be old fashioned homemade dyes Any woman who wants to soil cover lids or homespun to Berea College should find out what the College wants before beginning to weave or spin For information apply in per son or by letter to Mrs Hattie Graham Berea Ky Tf you need a new set of harness or a good waddle T J Moberley on Main street Richmond opposite the Courthouse will give you the best bargain you can got anywhere VOUKIMO NI01ITANU HAY Tho busiest and mightiest little thing that ever was made is Dr Kings Now Life Pills These pills change j weakness into strength listlessness into energy brainfag into mental power Theyre wonderful in billing up the health Only 25c per hOI Sold by East End Drug Co THE MARKETS AI RT 0 NORMAN CO CINCINNATI Autuit 20 CATTLE Common 200 32ii II Butchers3r0 153B II Shlippers650 f 72- 5CArvesClloice55O OlO II Largo Commou300 M 40- 0HansComrou1650 71o II Fair good light 725 735 Packing725 745 SIII1EPGood tochoico310 S 3Gb Common to fair 125 r4J 300 LAIIUS Good to choice 500 ft ItoII Common to fair825 ft 475 WUtATNo2 noo GS G8J CORN G9J 1U OATSNo 2 mixed 2Q 27 RYENO 2 55 M t 7 FLOOU Winter patent 3BO 3G5 fancy315 330 II Family2752b0MILL FEcD1100HAT No 1 Timothy 1250 1300 No2II 1100 HWI- I No Clover 800 O 8W No2II 700 750 WOOL Unwashed medium combing 17 Q 18 Washed long JM 23- Tub washed 23 t4 24 POULTRY Springers 12 Heavy hens II 10 Roosters 5I bonsll 10 DucksII 7 Eaas Fresh near by I11 HIDES Wet salted 7 8 II No dry salt 9 10 Bull Gifcd 7i II Sheepskins 40ffi CO e NMNMNIINIIN 1NNNNN NNNNNNNNN LOCAL AND PERSONAL N1111N1NNNINN INNofN1 N1N Meat at Welchs lOc W F Kidd is recovering nicely BEST BREAD at Bickuell Earl fOats and corn cheaper Buy them at Welchs Bob Chrisman of Panola was in town Saturday Chester D Erwin is recovering rn pidly from the fever Dont forget John and Tom They are proud of their trade Esquire Baker of Wallacoton waR in town Monday morning Allen Wallace son of Elas Wallace is sick at hIs homo Rev U J Derthick was able to lit up a little Tuesday evening G D Holliday has nearly complet ed his house on Jackson street Firm foreman Judd returned from his New York state trip Saturday Mrs Fayette Sigmond of Mt Ver non street is quito poorly at her homo Mr nUll Mrs Clarence Koyl and baby hay left Monday for Freeport MichNotice to delinquents Call on tho Marshal and pay your town taxas fo 1901 Ellis Senlo is getting along well and hopes to ho out about his work soon The Boron telephone company ban nearly seventy phones installed iu the town Two good rooms for rent up stairs or down Enquire of Jobn Dodwoll CITIZEN Office Have you drinking water analyzed by E W Todd Prevention is bet ter than cure The Congregational church lots n colored double window in front and is painted white Profs Marsh and Dinsmoro are home after a long round of attendance at teachers institutes Died Tursday after a lone illness the tbreoyearold daughter of Mr and Mrs Wm Watkins The new parsonage at Second elnireli presents a nice appearance in its Oat of white paints trimmed in green Mrs Lucy Norris of College Hill and Miss Cricket Terrill of Richmond are visiting Mrs W J Tatum The Green Gubbard property across the creek WAS sold last week to Win Lanehart ol Jackson county for 350 There is no whisky for sale in Berca it is said but drunken men on the street are no novelty How about thisRev WA Eiseuhart of Richmond was hero Monday and Tuesday assisting Dr Burgess in his special moot ngs Marshal Tatum arrested James Vaughn on Monday for disorderly conduct Vaughn was released on bondMiss Nina King has so far recover ed as to be able to dispense with her special nurse who left for home Sat urdayBuy a Studebaker wagon before they advance Welch sells one nearly every day Price about as low as common wagons Remember that next week we cm menco the thrilling story CHATANO DOA It is a story of time CIVIL WAR and well worth reading B R Robinson has purchased of Frank Taylor 21 acres of land near tho C II Baker farm near Wallace ton Price 2176 an acre I have for sale about 20 lots three 3 houses on them located on Ows ley avenue just off Center street A J ELDER Beroa Ky All persons having notes against the estate of E L Logan deceased arc hereby notified to present the same at once to B R Robinson Administra torChamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy has a worldwide reputation for its cures It never fails and is pleasant and safe to take For sale by S E WELCH JR During the storm on Friday after noon one of the heavy doors in the livery stable blow down striking John Tatum who was sheltering thero on the eye inflicting a painful wound Dr V II Hobson tho dentist of Richmond was operated upon for up penditics last week by Dr W C Dugan at St Josephs Infirmary Louisville The operation was sue jessful and Dr Hobson is recovering nicely Six quart tin pail 10 cents Throe cakes tar soap fiIFour ounces smelling salts 10II Ul first quality goods at Toe TEN r CENT STORE next door to postollic Richmond Ky- WANTED5 YOUNG MEN Crom Madison County at onco to prepai for positions in tho Government So vice Railway Mail Clerks I tttcr Carriers Custom House and Depar mental Clerks ute Apply to lute State Corros lust Cedar Rapids Ii I IN1 N N N1 N IN N NIN NN i LN1 CORRESPONDENCE ININNIINNINN1111111N11NNIINI i ROCKCASTLE COUNTY ROCKFORD- J W Told has newly pninted hill roHidenco John Itichmond hUH very sickehiidisnnc Told salt II suckling mule colt for 15 barrels or new lOlnThn SundnyBchool ut Macedonia church ifi welllit tendod Our school is prosu ring undet tho management of Miss Nannie Hales J J Martin and C1ii Todd hail taken their mill to niiir Wutlncllon to saw staves for Muhaflor of Hcrca Mr and Mrs Virgil Baufumn oC Richmond hive been hero on u risl to their uncle and aunt Mr and Mn Issaac TOllltH 11 Johnson oC Cooksburg is a candidate for nomin atiou us representative of Rackcastl and Laurel counties A yowl tmut Mrs Walter Viars visited Mrs J M Todd Saturday About COO per sons attended the dedication of Sial fold Cano Baptist church TUB CIT IZEN is tho bust newspapoi that come to this region OLD COINS MrN Isaac Todd has some old liter coins Ono is an English riixpenci coined 1SIO Two lire coins of tin Old Republic of Mexico coital iu 1807 of tho value of 12j anil 6Jc Two others are Spanish pieces ono of the reign of Curios thinl coital in 17SO amid the other of the reign of Fenlin ando Noventh coined in 1822 Them last are supposed to bo quarter dollars DISPUTANTA Titers was preaching at the Clear Creek Baptist church Sunday Messrs J EHammond and W W Anglin went to Bcrea Saturday Mr Frank Ability of Berea was on Davit Branch Friday MissoH Lydin and Pdrrio Leo Abney were tho guests ol Chessio J Reynolds SiudnyMiss Era King of Climax visited tlu Minsas Owens recently There was n Sundayschool organized at tho liner aloud schoolhouse Sunday Mr mid Mrs 11t Hammond cud littli daughter visited her daughter Mm Harris at Bobtown Saturday anti Sunday Thorn was a social at tin tho homo of Chwwio Reynolds Fri day night Squire J M Reynold and daughter visited set lama W LnmlHirt anti wife of Boono Wednesday There vns a singing al Limo Hammond Hchoolhouso Wednes Jay night CONWAY Tom Hayes was in Livingston anti Mt Vernou Monday Waller Lutes of Van Alstyn Tox is visiting rcla Lives on Scaffold C ernMrs Chits Bowman ago 35 of Copper Crook died suddenly of heart trouble last week Anderson Jones of heron nut Stephen McFarlnnd of JefforKonville Ind visited their niece Mrs 111 Sigmond Monday nnd Tuesday Mrs J II Sigmond who has boos very ill for tho last two mouths If wiiio latter today Tuemhiy Unck Jack Iingolton of Copper Crook ago 85 died suddenly Friduyof last week The following of our village aro on the sick list Dave Pulleim Milt Coffey and Bcrdou Boldon Rov Steve Morn of Mingo Tenn was visiting Mr and Mrs Tumvell Hull last week While here ho preached Saturday night Sunday nnd Sunday night to good audience M R Jouos is greatly improving tho county road He hits about ono milo finished Bert Stigall has gone to Fairlaud III Mr Edward Johnston of Red House was a visitor tit A J Johustoua Saturday and Sunday Mr Weaver oC London was hero first of tho week looking after tho mail route to Climax which tins been changed from hero xi Boono OWSLEY COUNTY CORTLAND Miss M J Oort who has boon at hautaitqua N Y in search of health mine hoino ThursdayOur Sunday ichool had a good Ression last Sun Lilly Rov Wiloy Road gave an ad bees on iutompernncuC Rood jmr ihasod u fine gray horso recently Carried last wook Lowis Wipomau sad Eliza llalorU W Crwcli was on Laurel Crook Saturday and Sit- ulayD B Parker wont to Cow Crook recently Peter Hacker lost mother inulo Aug 13 OABBAflD Mrs Jennie L lull of Boron is visiting friends in this county Tb poopln are glad to Imvo Mrs Hill k visit thornMr and Mrs Leo loy nolds of Cow Crook passel through hero Friday on their way to Buffalo Mrs Roy nolds was getting wool form wool firm at Elkhorn Stewart May ors of South Boonttvihe was lion Thursday on businessJ IC Gab bard had u barn raising Wednesday Sallio Gabbard and Elizabeth Bolii are visiting relatives lit Madison county this week Sherman Rowland passed through hero Wednesday with n take drove ofetttloT L Gab bard of Boonoville and Chas Ever solo of Cow Crook worn hero this week wimting IntI1 II Kicohii just returnod front Lonisvillo mal Knoxville whoro ho hud belt to bit goods JACKSON COUNTY KERBY KNOB A gond rain has pest fallen Rev Wm I Powell goes to Bhtnton Flul tOIilOl row to attend pitarhingwrvicif nt that plan Mr Powell will preach at Birch Link Sept Gaud 7 List Saturday and Sunday were the monthly imMtiugdays of tho Ktrby Knob church Tho service were well attendcil A Sunday school hivslMwn organized at LanK Branch and meets in the flchoolhoUHO of District JlS Tho teachers association for the teach ers at Magisterial district No 5 will bo htild in tho Voters schoolhouse fi milt s from Kerby Knob Mrs W J Daiighorty has almost recovered from her severe attack of typhoid over Miss Mary J Baker passel through hero last week OH her return to Berea Tho young pooplu had n pleasant timo nt tho homo of Misses Laura nud Nnnnio Hnllield Aug 14 MASON COUNTY MAYSviLLE MIAS Essio Williams has returntxl liomo after an extended visit to Flu niiusbilrg Quito n largo crowd attended tho Method 1st lineoting held at Roach Grovo Sunday Miss Mug gio Uobinsons father of the ICust lispedIttlMoroland of Paris prcachwl for Rov 1411 Porlor of the Bethel Sunday mining Hons C Gnnos of Coving ton mid E Lane of Frankfort made 501110 very interesting mlltrtAAIJH to the Bethel SundayHchool Sunday morn iugMiss Mmnio 0 rant of Felicity Ohio is visiting her parents on Fifth 8tnlllAorf largo crowd came on tho excursion from Augusta last Sun lay PERRY COUNTY DWARF Wo have n land boom how and non nro hero buying up laud paying F2 an aero for minernl and 5 C- orlalllS B Richio nun S S Camp hell will havo alxiut 3000 oplnr logs hauled the coming sill nut winter C D Davidson a former student at Beren nth his bioyclo against a rock receiving n CallA Young Peoples Debating society ig being orgiinized ill cotim clion with our school Morn to Mr and Mrs Benjamin Richio on Vug 13 n soubir and Mrs Holt Davidson and two sons Alex and C D visited relatives in ClmrioH last wokIV B Euglo and IL Owens MirclmHod two building lots al this lnco They will erect a storeR Loo Owens awl sisters Misses Horn sad IaciclVinit xl their brother Saturday night ANNOUNCEMENT Wo mire nulhorizod to nnnounco 3co D Whito of the Glndo district all candidate for Circuit Clerk of klndisou county subject to mho nrlion if tho Democratic purtY- IVonronuthoriztd to nnnounco toy e Whito IIH candidnto for Circuit Court Clerk in MndiHon county sub eel to tho action of lido Democraliu partyl0 strl BRICK FOR SALE Two hundred thousand 200000 mrdburucd brick for sale in tho lot or in qiianlilies to Hiiit purchafor All whole brick 10 tsar 1000 AH nit up in tho stack merchantable 8 mr 1000 GEO D WHITE Whites Station Ky LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAILROAD Tlmo Table In Effect July I 1902 noliiB Xiirtli Truln fl llnlly jouvo Boroa 1139 a in lrrivo Richmond 12 10 u in lrrivo Paris 315p in rrivo Cincinnati 600 p in loin Niiiitl- ionvo Train Hilly Beroa J 22 p m irrivo Liviigston218 p in J W Stephens Ticket Agent ST VTS DANCE Good Horse Sense rt will tell you that old eggs and glue arc not you want to cat yet some coffee roasters glaze their coffee with such things Not so with Lion CoffeeIts just pure unadulterated undisguised coffee j never covered up with any glazing of any klnlla 1Unllorm This Pool nil Team bee bell the inner rtillcfflntc IfcuUI l hIIIltftllDI durinx Uio past taIt1Inl DR FENNERS KIDNEYand BackacheCUREIAU Alr ache Dropsy things Dont become discouraged There ii cute for you If ltar write IIr Kvtinrr Ile hat Went K life thou ctirlns ut much tluaFreeForyears pains arruv kldiivy nnd uraldlue urlun muldI- XItfttltUUtllf Ull WltllUUt IItIII Tilt uf ttIIlnnodNuroeure Clirular Dr Fcnner Frrdonl NY Commissioners Sale Mi LII n 6a xi loPlainliffrt against XATOLEOX TuniiiLL etc DtffendanU Notice of Sale in Equity Br virtuo of Itidginitnt and Order of Sulu of Iho MmliHon Circuit Court rendered at the April term thereof IU02 in the above style cause tho undormgucd will on Saturday Aug 23rd 1902 IwlwiHtii tho hours of 2 oclock p1 m and a oclock p in on tho prcmiww in Madifion county Kentucky pro ceed to oxpom lo PUBLIC SALH lo the highoit bidder the following described property vie A Certain Tract Of Land Lying and being in MadiHou county Kentucky on tho hoadwnlora of Sil von Creek IJ stilts from Kingston and 1 miloH from Boron on KingHlon fi Ikirm pike containing MIJ acres umoro or less Beginning at a hickory thence east 181 wtn to two white oaks thence HOiith MM Hlw to a dog wood thence N 881 W 102 poles ton white oak thence N 10 W 191 pole s to tho beginning Said lands hUH on it a dwelling houso good barn and outbuildings in woll fenctnl and wa lerod heaving thrivi neverfailing Springs nnd nlllO Sliver Creek running along one wholo side of place Possession given to piirclmsoron January I 1JIBltlISSalo will nude on a credit of six months Tho purchaser will ho required to give land with approved security for time payment of the purchoHO money to havo time area and effect of n replevin laud bearing legal interest from tho tiny of sale with n Lion reserved upon salt prop erty until all tho purchase money in PlLillS E SCOTT Master Commissioner of Madison Circuit Court A M TlIUIILI Attorney July 2202 TO tn IUIKMIS It is with joy I toll what Kodol dill for mo I was troubled with my nlom itch for several montUn Upon being advised to use Kodol I did so and words cannot toll the good it has done mo A noighbor had dyspepsia so that ho had tried most everything I told him to uso Kodol Words of grail Lido havo como to mo from him bo CHUSO I recommended itGoo W Fry Viola Iowa Health and strength of mind and body depend on than stomach anti normal activity of tho digestive organs Kodol tho groat rocoimlriietivo tonic cures all stomach and bowel troubles indigestion dys pepsia Kodol digests any good food you oat Take a doso after moals For sale by East Drug Co Chicago College of Dental Surgery IkiUI Ikpirlncil el Like r fttl UUenllj Tvrtnlyttrst A tiunnf Cotima ThuiItut k to trlnplob tlie ruono of nttnicliou In llirr ears It is lINMoary In rnur tin miiiinK rtgkn IWEIIW as tau rat rnurxi will tliiifraltrr For IUwMdt1 ralatoaueddrrss DR TRUMAN W BROPMY Dean Wood A Mnrrlaon ate Chlcoiio CanvasserWanted tonollPHINTKHS1 INK n journal for lid orIiHtnt published weekly at llvo dollars a ywir It toachcH tho xciunco and urnctim of Advertising anti is highly entwined by tIll mont xncccfixful ndvertiborH in this country and Great Brilnin Liberale o in mission allowed Addrciu- truiNTiiw INK IO Hirur Nl w Turk IIEXPIRIENCII I PATEHfg Tnoc Copynic MAnluIAernnarIdlrit aIMMnI +r rJ nIe- a rlr r M4rtl r e rhltelaw 110 J toIot I n roYN- tfl4M 11 r Indt u Md1I 1n15s- nt fry I5lperh1 M 9rsuI-d rIlu n t 1jtff Ml ar14Y lost CiilfV In Scicniiftc JImctlcan e hntrt llhdrvI ktr nrer t r- 1nlaNe r nr nu Sr tonaI tCa1 a M 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