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REV JOHN DO DWELL Editor and Publisher J1- Tdrrrd nl tM cOntidaIa I IVOL IV A Family PRim BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY 28 1902 cents a year NO 10IIDEAS Fools go in crowds man loves companionship lard words break no boniH but thoy do break hearts health is letter than wealth lo him who lens wealth only LMdiiers serer hear any good of IhotnHutviM and but rarely of any olin hlnn Wellesi Did Christina Scion cll tUfO you of rllllI mil 11111 f Syckhiy Noj no lint rheumiiUHii cured nu of Christen Suienn1mulgeTAKE Rev John Dodwell will preach nt the TnbeniHcIo on Sundny morning nt II oclock At Iho Haptist church lint Sunday morning the subject will lnt Sowing nUll Reaping At night will bo tho pastors farewell service On Sundny night at 7JK Prof DliiRinoro will leoturo in the Tabor naclo on Gwhhoppen from tho text Numbers ll chapter M versa Just fourteen days and lime Fell Terns of Heron Collogn opens On Wodnrmlny SeptemlxT JO hundreds of young mOil mind women will enter Ibis College for the year liHrHI Will you Iro of the numc rT FROM THE WIDE WORLD A thousand Hoot including Gen Cronjo and wife mural his stair sailed front Jniiuwtown Island of St Helena Saturday for South Africa ItiiNMin has stale control of tho liquor trnllic in Gi of liar province tvhcro th trade has heretofore loon an tilt bunds of private parties Thro liundrtHl American mormons Including former United States Sena ttor Frnnk J Cannon attended time dedication of HIM Mormon Temple ro wntly en ctwl in Copenhagen Den mark Tio amble land of Egypt consist of sham fiOfWOOO hens On account nf thus drouth in tho AbyHinninn Mountains thin year over CX000 nerrw will not hue irrigntAtl nnd much Milfering nmong lime people is feared IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Gov Taft says tho Filipinos nro I10y1 to tho United Slates now capitol building of Penn sylvnnia will cost flMtOOOO Four killed suit one missing is tho result of a collitton nl Georgetown ton mimes wont of Now Albany Ind Sunday morning nl II oclock Time Y M C A of Colorado have unite in mi elicit to establish n health farm for ranvalescent con fltimplivos to IMI ndmniHtere in co 0 rntlon with tho national hospital for consumplivufl at Denver At ihs University of tho rolllnllor summer students registers up to now 177J Nearly tXI greater gnartehentotor President Roosevelt acted ns godfather to the infant son of Mr and Mrs Yinthrop Clumsier nt Nahant Mess Sunday Time child is unused for tho r Senator M A Ilniinn BIIIIIJ liars nxhatihtetl my olToltsto end time lOltlHtriko1 have done all in my power I will mnko no further for it would be useless President Roosevelt hns promised lime directors of tho St Louis Worlds hair that ho will visit their city April BO HKX1 to ho prettout nt tho dedica tory exorcises to bo mold nt that date COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY A Cincinnati firm his ordered 1X car loads of iron shipped from Mini fordvillc Hart county Six interitrbnn traction lines will bo built in Kentucky shortly by time I Jlluo Gniss Traction company prsatmfcity workhouse ill Lexington Satur lIIornlngI Adnlrsvilhi Logan county was robbed at 2 n in Satur day Tho smile was blown to nloniH About 10 was secured A bunch of twentysix enlisted roo omits for the army nil trout Mimdt ostor Clay county wore examined in Louinvillu Saturday They will ho sent to JofTorson barracks at Column bUll 0 TIDE CITIZEN IISlOIN HAM ONE ON IIFKFH IHHTKFS lit H DINfSlc SOME 0 F BEREAS ADVANTAGES School looks freo in the Motel schools Free choral instruction 10 profes eels instructors and teachers Finn now athletic field Reran will have n good football tram this year Six tine litorary societies at Keren Come and Jenrn how to speak in pub lic Itomemlxir each student has n free bath in Colt tro bathroom onco a weekAll College dormitories nro furnish sadand lading washed in College laundry Do trot forget IJeroa has tho largest nitendhnre of any regular collego in the Stalo- Borea has no saloons Her citizens aro all civil Thoy welcomo tho now students Lamar conquers nil at Berea Collego the young am taught to labor with head and hand Do you wnnt a certificate Remem ber Koreas normal department is sec mum to noun in the Stato 20000 hooks in College libra ry largest college library in tho Stato All may use it free Dont forgot Borea has n hospital and a trained nurse to look after tho students in CIO of sickness Tho L N R U has built n track into tho Collego brickyard whoro SO 000 bricks can Ira made in a day Tho Collego has a farm largo gar Ions Rntln brickyard Whore many students find work to help pay their wayEducated men liko trained eoldiers Ito sure to win If you want n prac ilea or n classical come to Korea College If you aro too slow for tho place you are now in dont como to Boron will bo run oorIINo IierarWanted 781 young men who know 1how to do things Como to Bores learn how Ignoranco has uo value in tho market Greek Latin German higher mathematics in fact a standard clas sical course is offered in Bereaalso literary scientific and applied scion ces courses Boron stands for pure religion and undented but It belongs to no ouo denomination all denominations nro represented hew Owls people are always welcome Bent hoard at CJlege hoarding hall Mrs Hong College matron sees to it that the students nro wellfed Sho buys wholesale and gives toll twine for the mousy Remember rocehedIcoming from threu foreign countries Boron has morn mountain students than nny other school in Kentucky Many n boy has come to Keren with only Ii in his pocket and worked his way through but bring nil you can Clothes board nnd lodging cost ant 9someTho ground is now being broken for n splendid now brick building A fine fif horsejwwer engine has boon given Many trades will bo taught Come and learn how to create wealth Tho superintendents in Eastern Kentucky know a good thing when they see it A Korea trained teacher always has n good school Our nor mal department gets you ready for n Ilrat class certificate Old students if you not registered by Wednesdnyuioon i costs 25o Now students not regist ered by Thursday noon pay 2ro extra When you got here register first then visit your friends Eighteen buildings some of thorn brick aro used for school and admin istrative purposes The College basin addition n number of houses to rent If you want to moro the whole family write for a house Industrial Education is in de maud Beroa meets tho demands of tho times by giving good courses in Carpentry Agriculture Horticulture Cooking Sewing Nursing nnd Print Ing Why not come nnd learn a good trade that will give you employment 12 mouths in tho year When you master a trado you can double your wagea and soon sate enough to pay for a full College course IT NKlDS A TUNIC Tlibro aro times when your liver needs n tonic Dont givo purge neako3mpellittLittle n a from tho system and act ns tonic to the liver W Scott Ml Highland catomo for several years and wouldnt bo without them Small and easy to take Purely vegetable They never gripo or distress For sale by East End Drug Co STUDENT EXCURSION TO BEREAiRoad the Follownlg Carefully IourIDepot ut the Lake Front at twelfth street at 8550 p m Monday Sept 8 will be in charge of Robl thoiarrives in Cincinnati at 710 next SnoIBig LakeIut and Water streets at 30 p m Monday Sept 8 Exclusion will be in charge of Howard M Ernst who will moot members of the party in Ladies waiting room Train reaches Cincinnati at 630 next morn ing Fare to Berea is 800 From Glncluimll via Ky C Division of the L N leaving the Central depot at corner of Central avenue and Third streets at 805 a m Tuesday Sept U Excursion will be in charge of Geo Roberts who will meet members of the party in the intp 290 Cleveland and parties should buy their tickets through to Berea All should be on hand at least one hour before the train is scheduled to depart in ordbr to purchase tickets in a body check baggage etc which cannot well bo done until all are present If you come late it may cause you to pay full tars instead of the two thirds rate Tho persons in charge ol tho party will wear College colors blue and cream Do not fail to wear limo colors as it will be tho means ol identification Any information ro garding excursion or otherwise will be cheerfully given Address WILL C GAMDLt Berea Ky A emu run CHOLERA INFANTUM Last May says Mrs Curtis Bak or of Bookwalter 0ou infant child of our neighbors was sulfuring from cholera infuutum The doctor bad given up all hopes of recovery I took a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Chol era and Diarrhoea Remedy to the house telling thorn 1 felt sure it would do good if used according to direc lions In two time the child tend tally recoveredsrid is now near healthygirledy frequently and have never known it to in any single instance For sale by S E WKLCU Ju TUB MAIN HOARDING HAM ANOTHER OF IIEREAS EIGHTEEN HUlUHNCiS An Independent Weekly Devoted to the Interests of THE HOME FARM SCHOOL 60 CENTS A YEAR AUGUST Fifty adopted Chicago President attempts Berea education remember Excursion Chicago r 1-a WalkOver Shoes hutthoParisgx I 400 FOR PATENT LEATHERS 350 FOR OTHER LEATHERS stockHannnFlorsheitnits class Try us for sho- esCovington Banks Outfitters for Men and Boys Richmond Ky J HAVING THE LARGESTI will for tho next 00 soil nny in tho nt 10 percent reduction ShlelsStrawLow Quality guaranteed T KYSuccessorDRNI E JONES c Dentist g MillineryStore DaysThursday Friday Saturday of each week Sprclnl Notion lo Our ICradrm Tide paper Is on file at the cfllce of The Chi StrewClgeagogreeted who may rare to call upon The Inter lMeingthrong 1mIroement treattobe taken of Paper Lineil OF SADDLES IN KY days saddle shop Prices Office advantage RICE ARNOLD RICHMOND KY Shoes Hats Gents Furnish JI ings James Racer Bro are our agents in Berea Same prices in Beren as Richmond MEAT MARKET MarketYegctnbtcsin i M B RAMSEY Berea Ky THE VERY LATEST ThenCOME wnnitrepresented GOCARTS OLD HlCKOKY For your lawn or porch It is comfortable attractive and will stand exposure to rain nod sunshin- eUNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY 73Night66Jo S JOPLIN Richmond KyII The Radcliffe Shoe IIs the onlyK Shoe in town Our Wall STOCK IM ANDIBICKNELL EARLY NN O Ni00Nl e9 NO NNt iNiH sMlaetaoNa 1 iCrutcher i have a fine line of ii Spring and Summer i Shoes They i enjoy showing you their goods ii L SEE jINifNei1NN NdN NNNNN4ss+ iNBerea College Fall Term opens Wednesday September 10 1902 i S Td t THE CITIZEN a BEREAS NEW TEACHERS And Some Familiar Faces Mr Chas D Lewis late instructor in Mathematics at the Theodore liar rill Institute of Piuoville is one of Bereas now acquisitions Mr Lewis It one of Kentuckys rising young ed ucators n graduate of State College Lexington and a general favorite lIe is a Niagara of enthusiasm and will bo full in Bereas already able normal IIu j v DINSMOUE Ivan of Normal Dcpt Art or Teaching Miss Mary E Welsh a Wellesley College graduate is one of Bereas new teachers Her scholarly attainments and highchristain character won for her the friendship of Father Rogers one of the founders of the College Miss Welsh is a successful and experienced teacher Her work in English Greek and Latin has giv en her an enviable reputation lIs 10FFJ1IN A ROBINSON An Dttiii of Women lrofc or of Mathematics Mrs C II Bowman late of Lincoln Memorial University Cumberland Gap Tenn has joined the Berea faculty Mrs Bowman is a classical graduate of Boston university She i has had a wide experience as a high school teacher in Massachusetts Her interest in our mountain people led her to Cumberland Gap and now here Berea College is to be congratulated on such an addition to her teaching force MISS LIt O VAN HOKNE- Slijwriuttnilriit of hospital Training School fur Nurxri Among the new Borea workers of this year is Mr E P Dizney who takes charge of the Model schools assistant to Dean Marsh Mr Diney was a Berea student in the eighties and is therefore no stranger to the workHo hits had a varied and entirely successful experience as a teacher and priuqipal For three years he taught in Jellico as principal of the school founded sad sustained by the A M A From hero ho was promoted by the same organization to the princi palship of Black Mt Academy where for four years he did a work that will stand as a monument to his diligence hind worth lIe was next called to Harlan Aca demy at the county seat of Harlan This school under the Pres byterian Board has done a great work countyIn Mr Dizney has shown himself a fine organizer an able instructor and a help Cut and sympathetic friend to his pu pils Mrs Dizney was formerly a teacher in Borea beginning her work coincident with Mrs Jennie Lester Hill Mr and Mrs Dizney with their t interesting family of childteu are cordially welcomed to Bores Their v residence is on Walnut Meadow pike- t the past end of Mt Vernon avenue d WHAT IT WILL COST YOU AT BEREA COLLEGE SCHOOL EXPENSES Incidental Fee The students pay part of the inci dental expenses of the school That means the fuel the swooping of the schoolrooms keeping up fences and walks repairing the buildings and insuring against fires etc Toward these expenses each student pays an inci dental fee of 450 each term of 12 weeks a little more than five cents a day For pupils in the ModclSchools the incidental fee is only 350 in the Academy and Normal CouVscs when Latin is studied the fee is 550 and in the Collegiate Department the fee is 650 Hospital Fee Each student pas 25 cents a tuna for keeping up the Hospital There is very little sickness in Uerea We think our young people on anaverageare in better health than at their homos But if a student is sick it is likely to hinder the progress of his roommate and make his friends worry at home So we have pro vided the Hospital anda student can go there for advice from the training nurse if he is a little sick and betaken care of in the best way if he is seriously ill This makes our young men and young ladies safer in Uerea than in any other place so far as sickness is concerned Books Books arc provided by the Institution and lent to the students without charge in the Model Schools and First Year Normal In the advanced classes stu dents need to have hooks which they can keep and they will cost about 200 a term or f oo a year It is best to plan to have more than 200 to spend for books when beginning one of the advanced courses The Col lege has carefully arranged to have a clump bookstore Sometimes books can he rented LIVING EXPENSES Table Board in College buildings is adapted to varied demands Plain and substantial board without tea coffee milk or butter is 5125 a week When any two of these articles or additional fruit or other extras are added the price is 150 The fare may be furthur van ed in price and kind to suit individuals hut either rate insures a sufficient quantity and a healthful variety of wellcooked food Rooms in College Buildings This year the College offers several new privileges to those who room in College buildings Rooms are supplied with all necessary furnish ings including bedding and towels Both oil and fuel are furnished Sheets pillow slips and towels arc washed each week Baths are provided so far as water supply permits No extra fees for any of those privileges Students are advised to bring pictures books rugs and other familiar articles which will make their rooms more homelike Rooms must be kept in good condition and are always subject to inspection by College officers Students choose their own room and roommate Young women room in Ladies Hall and Gilbert Cottage Young men room in Howard Hall IJoonoCottagc and Prospect Cottage Children under fifteen years of age cannot be come students in the Institution unless residing with parent or guardian in heron and therefore may not room in College buildings Rooms may be reserved by sending the Treasurer the general deposit of one dollar which will be refunded when the student leaves school if all College property is returned in goodcondition Price of Rooms When two room together each pays for the fall or the spring term 425 except in Ladies Hall where each pays 525 in the winter term each pays Sioo spore Corner rooms in Ladies Hall and Howard Hall are Sioo more for each occupant When three room together each pays 51oo less and when four room together each pays 200 less than the above name ed amounts The charge for room pay all room ex penses including rent fuel oil and washing of budding and towels Cost of living in private families varies from 600 to 1000 a month Personal Expenses for laundry stationery travel etc will vary with the individual A plain and simple style of clothing is favored at Berea Warm wraps and un derclothing are necessary although they will be used much less than at the North Every student should be providedwith overshoes and umbrella Each student must add an allowance for these personal expenses to the following estimate Ordinary Expenses for One Term12 Weeks School Espeoe Incidental Fee 13M1CW Hospital Si J5 Oenerul Ilelolt I I 00 stoke oRW NOoneral I 00 Total School Kiptiunea fur 13 Week UUlILiving Eapmela College llulldliii Fall mud Spring Winter LAUIFSIIAI1 OTIIKK1ULU IAII1K9 1IAII OTIItK IIAIIjt B2JTablettOU6 JlJlS rjpjS I a Si Table Board with Medal onlvra la IflOO per mouth To IIH pahl the Ural diiy of the tertni Fall nlic Sprint Winter Krhool islKUSea lu Full S TI 76 t 761 Bm Uoom Item for Term 42i 636 5S td- Ou iloilltlt Boanl IiIJlI 500 Total Payment for Klnt nay MOOniOO ll o ttiu- To he paid during the tenor i5to1GWaegluulugoThird IOIIJIAIlIepo1tturned lu condlloii IXJ 00 100 do Total Cut for IS Yeoaa Tenn JIlmOO fICOtWU Notice that the whole expenseschool expenses and living expenses togetheramount to from 22 to 33 a termNotice also that from 14 to 22 must be paid the first day No student can be received who has not money for this advance payment Former students who fail to settle with the Treasurer on the first day of the term and new students who fail to settle before the close of the second day of the term pay an added registration fee of twentyfive cents too in rent U f100 mure in corner rooms In Ladlei Hall or Howard Hall roomtnrelherltt1 t NII NN NI1 N1N 11INN r THE HOME t 1 N1 11111 LOVE GUIDES THE TONGUE Much hub IKMIII said about what constitutes n happy homo If asked for my idea I would toll you it n paradise of love A homo whore love guides tho tongue or husband and wife father and mother where tho children are taught to love and respect father and mother anti mina other Give mo n home where love is lord of all How boauiful and HRiicliliod in everything Tho hiiHband and wife trust implieity in each other If any word is said in luiHto they are ready to ask forgiver ness and are ready to forgive Thair children urn obedient kind and lov ing Aijii lo crown this trust ho tho pure and uiideliled love of God Tho wo be educated roilned rind moral our lives would bo empty and hollow without wo loved and feared God Dear sisters if tiny of you am not Christians you have never Mated rtstl happiness nor urn you fully oompo tent to bo a mother And again if parents would givo t heir children the right training thorn would bo morn happy homes than there ere My mother taught mo to do house work when very young HIM to IH very tidy and eoonomionl So my husband IIIIH never grumbled about my cooking not wing as good as his mothers or that I was extravagant with what ho worked for So I give my good mother tho cre dit for my happiness in tho kitchen and whoio there is no ImppinuM tho kitchen thorn is not apt to IKI much in lilt parlor Another thing I hire IOllrllul when the lips would fain utter some angry word close your Ips till you can control your tamper Thou door sisters to mnko homo happy you must oust all your euro ujwu Him who in the giver of all gold and perfect gifts Ina kind and gentle to all and let your nmb nd anil children know that you love end respect thorn And whun night veils tho north in darkness gath er jour littlo onofl around tau fnniily altar and for a few utotnmitn engage In fervent prayorj and in the looming when you rise you will bo happy and contented with tho thought that you have done your duty It will strength eu your onorgy nud you tau jro nlwut your house singing Love shall Btlll be Lonl of All Mrs L Iv in Items tint Ftirm illS SMIIIT TIIIULITKNIIII While picnicking last mouth 1113 11 yenr old toy wax x isoned by wjine weed or plant says W II Dibble of Sioux City la Ho rubbed thin poison off his hands into his eyes and for a while wo were afraid ho would lose sight Finally a neighbor recom mended DoWitts Witch Hazel Salve Tho first application helped him in a few days ho was ns well us nndI For skin diseases cuts burns wounds insect bites DoWitttt Witch hazel Salvo in sure euro Jtclievra piles at once Beware counterfeits For sale by East End Drug Co Reduced to FI FTYICENTS A New Idea WomansMagazine lilT Frmrrly OneDollar 0 011Fashionfore the American public It shows New Ideas In Fashions In Millinery In Embroidery in Cooking In Readtgbeautifully In black and white Above all II shows the very fashionable NFW Srries made from New Inn PAT which cost only IOc each Send Five cents Today foriilficla coprcrf the Niw IpltA WOMANS MAOAZIN and nee what tn1 Tale for Ihe money can glee you TilE NEW IDEA rtJELIBlIIMO CO 6U Brtdwy No w York N T A MOIIT OK TKIIUOU Awful unxioty was felt for tho widow of tho bravo General Burnham of Machian Afo when tho doctors said she would dio from Pneumonia before morning writes Mrs S II Lincoln who attended hor that fearful night but shun bogged for Dr Rings Now Discovery which had more than once saved hor life and cured her of Con Hiimption After taking aim slept all night Further use entirely cured liar Thin marvolloiiH medicine is guaranteed to euro all Throat Chest anti Lung Diseases Only Mo old 16100 Trial bottles free at East End Drug Gop NN111111 N11 NIN1 THE LIIININ111F N N N N N1 111 1111 I1NN i EDUCATE TO LIVE BY WORK NOT BY WITS Wo need to got our people buck to tho idea that they must oarn a living not secured by doubtful inothixls lull modern tricks of fade says C E Vawtor of tho Miller Manual school Happy will bo our bolovml South when such schools of itxlustry shall bo built up for all when our young mon learn that tho highest typo of manhood is shown in hifli who by honest industry supplies tho mutts of himself rind thoso tlependent on him It is n most lamontnblo fnut dust many very many of our young mon after leaving ncliiH have no way of making n living unless they go to teaching Thu result is that wo havo n very hug class of young men wailing for something to turn up who think theyare also bed who are too pmuil to work nod who anti too poor to live without work Iho few who miciCHxl In getting an otlleo or winning a plaeathat pays make the exception Tho many who must sera livelihood by tho sweat of tin brow make tho rule Let IIH thou ediunUo tho mas ItIIt t lint they am duo butter gain their living Lot this IIn the rule the exueptinu will take wino of itself With trained iHlucntiHl thiiikiny reftding workmen wo will hint a rich prosperous irountry dotted all over vlth lovely Imppy IIOIIIPH with no plnco for tho barroom nud tho gamb ling hell Snob n movement would Indeed bo tho greatest temperance work this country has over known A niinilMir of ongre sinen have Iwen vMtlnif Alabama rwontly to steely the rotidllloiiH of tho negro They visited Tuskegini nUll there wits wLsdaii as won nn wit in Hooker WaHbingtouH remark to than Writ this hluiIenLs of Tuskegeo were IOftrllI itiC indtwlry nnd thrift lulu that noun of them had yet broken Into Jail or oollgrollHIlies not tho clack ofirore im IIIMKIIIagnlugroat stop upward and foniwnnl to a still higher evolution of democracy IInnllhood hand nnd hearlT 4liolIIlI 1riHlert Journal 9Henry L Shatttiuk of Shalltihurg lown was ctinnl of ti stomach trouble with which ho hind en nlllleted for years by four lostxof ChamlMtrlainH Stomach and Liver Tablets He had previously tried ninny other remediw anti a number of physicians without relief For sale by S E WKM n J RII N11NNN11N11N1 NNINN NII1N1 LJTHE FARM L NN11111 NI 1p DRAINAGE AND WARMTH The Soil Moisture Is Retained While tho Excess Is Removed Lands hut contain curt water than is tiiKKled by tau oops growing IIIWUthem relunldrninnge Hon G inlonds to rulso iron or wheat the land will noed more drainngo than if II lied 0 for grass Even grass lauds n4lllIot Every wot an if too wet tho growth of luiutitiu plants and grasses take this plnco r f the ciiltivat txl grnsses nod rains thus hay and pus lures Lioso jvorous soils urdnrlald by sand or gravel an dmlnrd by urn turn but all lend that is utidirlnid by clay rook or othr imprvloiismiit r ul Reels dmining Thud gain by mi lunlmiiiiigo U that tho Mtrfnru of thin water in thus soil is lownrinl Tho rooN of Ittrttnll4RutifIIMH may INn tmte Our a to till surfncn of till water but imvor into IL It nuNs spry to drew the water ell to suns a dupth as will glvn tin roots ol grow lug crnpi plenty of mom to nvuth dowuwnnl for the nourishment thud niwiMJHry to their growth Onlyitqii atio pistils grow wo with tholr roots In the wnUr Tin oat niag of tin water Iwlow tho surait provnnts II IB KO ninoimt of ovaKimtiou and its otfeet In ooollug the soil Tho water being ruinortNi uir and mirinth lure ndmitirol to till tail Drained haunts art fur this rwiwi rued for planting at Iwwt ono week earl nr in tho Miring The ijrowth of the crops is itiokt iirHl through tho mimunr by the Incriivisl tttllllumtUfu of literoHdwhuihhsnminluttu to iwreml ilt grrwi mid tin injiirloim olTerto oftwrly frost urn pnvwittxl In hire riiMH tiMHunr Crop area tlutp fore jriTOH an imreaeed mrkxl In which lo tiwka tlueirgnnithof ntlonst two weeks which is a very liHMrtntit- Kfliii DrninHtt IltlO sanely for w 4 soil If lhnt uonlulninii nx ones of Miniature HM tniid rtMimiiiH eoId until the extra pinutlty in gout lllo dniiniK Ultrrw away tin witter front below and allowi the warm Mr to onUtr Wlwn thus soil lifcouifH wnrm tin plant fixxl is tutors readily difirtotvMl IIIH UM notH of plHiits ha OOMIB more Kliv A wot soil In al t ttnya ookl wren in Miininor lie Gwm w always nn iui ottniit crop stud also an e ltoncoof good fnrutlugt ii no soil will produeo n large omp of gRIM every year uulwHi the Innd U well tnollred or trnad d with fertlla ors CHftsH U tho fiMindiitioti for till other crops as it tint wily product pUBluragn and buy hind fiirninhcN sot for the wistnnco of thin crops tlml follow When tho land in in gmi it kt really mulcliHl noel hiiiiius ncoiim elates Tho shnding of tho noil by Ilptho grass if bonitlnal and thronlH go ilxwii dltlinto tin subsoil fur plant food brought to tlm surface tlopiNtitwl in tho plants and thus rvndoml nvailubln for another HIHUOII Sflrrleil R PANSI head lC4n troubltxl with my flt lunch for limn pat t mxtwn fir Hnll1n years and an I bunt Ixwn nctn K as n drtitf clerk fur thn past tlnrtivn yours I hero lulu n good chatuo to try lilt rHtnmlitw in the market hut nnver futiiul anything until wi got in a supply of Uipruis Tabnlcs that Jl did mo any good 1hny have ntin ly curie inn At tinuts could hold nothing ou my stomach cold I hud a sour htonmch inoxt nlliho llinu in fuel I was misnrablo rind lire was hanlly worth living I wits citlM cross uiid cralilxul by my friends but now they all notice thus cliiingtt in m- oAT DRUGGISTS The five cent packet is enough for an rN ordinary occasion The family bottle six i ty cents contains a supply for a year r Tt Berea CollegePuunded 1855 f PLACES THE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OF ALL Over 40 Teachers and 900 Students from 26 Status Largest College Library in Kentucky NO SALOONS Applied Science Two years course with Agriculture for young moil mid Domestic Science for young ladies t Normal Courses For Teachers Three courses leading lo County Certificate State Certificate anti Stain Diploma Aoiuloiuy Coiirwo Four years fitting for College for business mid 1for life College Courses Literary Scientific Classical lending lo Bacon an roalo degrees Triulu SelioolM Carpentry Printing Ifousowork Nursing two years Ulusle Heed Organ Chianti free heal Piano Theory Wo urn hero to help all who will help themselves toward a Christian ale cntion Our instruction is a free gift Students pay a small incidental fee to meet expenses of the school apart from instruction anti must nine pay for board in advance Expenses fur term 111 weeks may lid brought within 1MOO about 15 to bo sad in advance The school is endorsed by Bnplifitfl Christians Disciples Congregation J nlisls Mothodisb Presbyterians and good people of nit deiiominations Fr Mil tHint the WILL C GAMBLE Bcrca Madison Counly ky i f tp THEE CITIZEN L4JTII SUNDAY SCHOOL r LESSON IX THIRD QUARTER INTER NATIONAL SERIES AUG 3t Frt of the lpnioii Amu xxl 10t- i 3lriimr Vrmr ilH Cutilrii Tnl joliii III It laCummruUtry Irc pored h Itrv1r M MinimiI- Copyrlcht 190 by American TrtM AMO claJOIIJI Iwml and toek Fists In the story of drat the Cn MiHiilti who dwelt In the south llo penult to luivo rimoiiiliKriil list visit of the ap1le suit pos ly at that tliciu did some talking mid tlinmtiiilinr but now if Is IKI linndfiil of oleo who have MOiuot It hili wholo tuition that he sets iillJironchliiK wit In his fully ho tlilnkx rtwlitt them for liu liiiowM nut the Ixird nor Ills purpose Wlicii Alirani toi lirnt iiiiiio to till limit tin Rimniiltiit were III the laud mill too years hitur WI Maw tlitiu there In lust weeks let r fluii xII II Num xlll i3i There nri nlHMit tlilrtyolxtit ytmnt hll WI Ii tin tost and thin out fur lhUptUT XS Wllllll RtllN Wllll the ilcntli of MlrlHin mid units with till iliuth of Aaron wt rtwd In verse tliut they are back tit KmUwh when they wuro In chapter sit zn when tin1 Htiit tlio slr1ea and we know from chapter xx xlll 8S that AMMHI ilKnl In tin fortieth y wr after they left II JJIIL How little U UiHtwn of Ihue thirty dKlit ytmra It was time hut In WHII itrrlii tKHwuto of unlitlluf fur they ore no iKwrvr time iiromlswl laud now thou tllII were In lhu hurt MNIII How many IxAlivun thus wnmlvr a llfilliuo on the bottlers of a iMHd they novrr outer and nil 1olIIIIII of unlxllcf Tlity do ruHlty put their IrtiNt In the Iiml Jvwm NIH sectpt tutu tie thtrfr t1I tour ill lieeniMtf they iiiiHiot ob tots HOIMP one WH vxpfrlonru and will not take OIM at Hid word they wumlor on lacking Murunw Ami lb y lourtiejrwl fruit Moat 1lor liy flu way1 Ik hid arc to MHniwM th unl of IIAwand tkoeh or tIN petple vru WvcJi dtreur cetl bDaaw Bf the a aMount Igor Ia nimuomUU u this place when Aaron tiled Moses damn ami KiiMutr wont up Into MoiinMlor In tin sight of all till ooinrtfUtloii and Mu MII l ripping Aarau of hU jcariniiiiw put llMiii lION Klwaaar and Aaruu died tlmv Num xx 37 2si He was nut tick bat Ills time had come to pi lii m ami thin III the bruit account of i It It wee pi In te Mm It 1811 very tar better iihll SI 2X It Vt The- rtuMin they had to rouiMM the laud of KdoHi ll Meil of tHC through It wee that the king woiihl slot allow them to pdaee tbrougli Juiltf xl 11 lit Aral Ike peplapsk niilnt fled and JKI I MMHX They loathe the in Him and my that there In no Impid awl no wafer So they are full of trouble IxtvauM they tire ivbelUou and iiHinaimRtHbli The rtionl ctiHcurnlHic tliviu U found In IM ixxrUL 17 Iii U2 27 10 II What n relarl of enmity ngaluat whi loved thorn anti sought only their wolfaro 8w Ilia hwirt towanl them III Ps IxxxL 101U am the Lord thy God which brought theu out of the load of KKypU tke Ln1 acct arty erenur ilamuaa the pMipl ami they Wt the people treple of lend dint The Now Tcmtamont admonition In this connrctlon Is Nolthur lot tu tempi Christ oa some of thorn olio tiniite l rued were dwttroycd of ser iHinlH 1 JJor x tit i oat any one might think that he serer would bo a Hum guilty It IR written In the roll text Iot mini that tlilnkulh he eland t fill lako hetil lout ho fall nm lest r one taught think that his trials aru mi J usually hoovy and too much to Iw borno veu verso i Three the iwoplfl coins to Mare unit wtkl W have Mil lied for we bavo elohen agetnet tha Lord andgaleet the- 1ray Nato the Lord that lit take away the Mrprnla from us And Meow prayed fur lw ixofil- MunyV u time Moses bad prayed for them and U U written of him that 111111Itst Ho KliouM destroy thorn tllI cvl bnnirliof Him who user llvcth to make litter II HROII fur Hob vll J5 Itom rill tu and there lit oxceedlnjf Tent com l fort In such horde tin I John 0 and Irov xxvlll III c Yet the tulle fiiinu when neither Mosen nor Sanniol iZi Noah Danlol our Job could avail for Imtiol If they should pray for them A Jer xv 1 Itaok xlv 11 1 L 8 Ami the Urd MM unto Moses Muk HIM a llery serpent and eel It uiiou lr u tole and It hull ooino to pam that ev xcry tote that la bitten when he lookuth up r on It ededi live 7 Thus MOHPA did and It came to pass f ns time Lund hind said Ho who told MOKOS to do this saw In It a symbol of HluiHolf on tho cruse fur tho altos of ti1the world and Ho spoke of It to NIcoduimiH In our Golden 1ext for this it118I1Un Johu III M 161 That old sor the devil by sun has bitten our rare andjutiltltudos arc purlHlilni hilt tie tliu Hiieti of that which had bit r ton aBRl was put upon u pole for their fellvcrance no toe lord JOSUH thatfHim v ser 0Ilclil on till polo was suggestive of a dead not living serpent So In Christ on the cross wo see sin rendered harm less to Iiijuro those who are In Chrlnt The sling of death slim mid the Htrongth of sin ls the law but thanks be to Uod who glvoth us the victory through our Lord Jesus Christ i Cor xv CO m An quickly as the eyes of It bitten Israelite fell upon time xcrpont jamonthe polo ho lived and the moment n Hlnuar looks to Jesus on the cross silt fering In his stead there Is life for him In Christ an It la written Look unto limo anti bo ye saved Ian xlv 22 Tint serpent on the polo will no thought of Mpsea but the lords own nrovlnlpu r am oc a A1 IOIICHT IB02 Br AMIRICAN PRtSS AiSN CHAiTEH I NO MANS LAND H won tho twentieth of August eight rnn hundred and hiitytwo Corinth had lieen evaettated more than two months Iwfore rheArnyof tho Ohio had moved eaxtwanl Into northern AlalMinm Thp president and eminent Union generalii wero anxious an toeaU Tennessee where U wan nimored the Confederates wero preparing for como now move High III tho Cnmlierlanil mountains A soldier in the blue and yellow uniform of n private of cavalry sat on his horse Se1IIIIutCliiO solver was at his hip He was long and lithe and graceful About him wna an air of refinement seldom found under a privates uniform except durinjf that war which called out men from all classes both In the north had In the south His hair won light his blue eye was rentloM and denoted Its j oseMor to INI n man of great mental and phys teal activity Whilo there was ftomethinKstatuesqua 1111 till apt aranco of the man and the hone they presented n marked contrast accoutered as they were for war with the peaceful scenes beforo them and about them Not a sound wits to ho- hoard up thero in tho mountains except such as cane from tho insects or the birds Tho equestrian figure mounted on its lofty pedestal was the personifica thou of war in solitude Go unit God blur vouP he sold As tho soldier gated down tijion time RXKiustva view different expressions Milted across his face At one moment thero was a serious look such as men wear on tho evo of battle at another n shrinking oxen sxion then dreamy one Ho saw territory that lay beyond the Union hues Ho wondered what war like scenes were hidden down there within the blending of rocks and rivers and undulations lying calm and sweet beforo him that summer afternoon Wero clusters of white tenta there Were brigades divisions army cores marching Now ho thought tie could hear a die taut crooking of caissons and gun car ringed lint ho know this could not be If they were thero they were too far to bo heard Tim sounds never became real Tho young mdna fancies were always broken by tho actual rustle of tho leaves or some sound from the turned or feathered inhabitants of tho moun tains Then n scene ho had passed through tho previous evening came up before him Ho stool in the presence of a general of division tho finest specimen of phys teal splendor of all tho generals of tho Union army one who was a year later to achieve tho title of the Rock of Chlckamauga Tho general was speaks lug while his subordinate was listening respectfully nail attentively h am ordered by tho department com mander to find out what is going on at Chattanooga Our reconnoltering pear ties have thus far brought us nothing save that thero is no enemy very near We are liable to bo flanked and cut off from east Tennessee Seo hero He turned to u tune spread out on n pine table Here is Chattanooga hero the Soquatchto valley up hero to the north is Knoxville held by General Kirby Smith for tho Confederates Hero is Cumberland gap If tho enemy is con centrating at Chattanooga ho may not only hold it against u greatly superior force but can march right along hero ho traced the route with his linger forum a junction with General Smith at Knoxville and into Kentucky Louis voile and Cincinnati will bo in danger Forrest and Morgan are hammering at our communications wo get reports of immense forces of the enemy at Knox villa everything points to this or some similar plan of campaign on tho part of thu Confederates If so they must bo concentrating at Chattanooga as a point of rendezvous Time general paused then looking the soldier in the eye said impressively- You are tho only man to whom I can Intrust so important a mission I cant order you as you know beyond our lines except III uniform Go oa far as you dnro soldier I leave time rest to you Will you undertake to bring me tho information wo require I will general Very well The fate of this army tho success of time Union arms in thu west perhaps tho prolongation of the war depend UJIOH you Time young man bowed but said noth lug You will iced u pass to got beyond our pickets The general drew a camp chair beside a pine table and took up a pen How will you have It written 1111811 Private Mark MaloiiH that name will do as well as any beyond our lines at will Tho general wrote tub pass and hand lag it to Private Malone Go and God bless youl he nald lIe took his emis anr11 lintel and pressed it heartily As the words Go and God bless yowl rang again in memory the soldier touched the flanks of hia horse lightly with his great brass spurs and began to descend time mountain An hour later he entered the little town of Jasper Hiding up to the tavern ho reined in his horse and let him drink at the rough woolen trough in front A nuinlxr of country eople were sitting on time veranda and every one fixed his eyes on the soldier who sat on hU horse looking about him with ns much apiuiretit indifference if ho were with in till Union lines When the animal had drnnk his his rider cast the reins to n negro and dismounted Then de tacking hU carbine from where he had hooked it to his saddle he took it in his hand and tramped into tho house to the jingle of his spurs Not a word was epokcn by those watch lug admiration the strapping young follow with fco young a face set on so stalwart a frame lIe paid no attention to them but walked into the dining room and called for supper After devoting himself to a plato of bacon and com bread with a cup of chicory in lieu of coffee for the blockade of the southern ports had stopped the flow of the coffee bean from foreign countries he walked out on the galley and seating himself on a wooden bench took n brierwood pipe and a tobacco vouch out of hU pocket and began to smoke Ja I er was no mans land Time peo pie living there mug thereabout were nearly all Confederate sympathizers but had learned to look for Union or Confederate troops with an equal chance of either From tho moment of tho sol diets arrival they had discussed his coming in whispers Soldiers of either side usually carne in numbers It was seldom that a single trooper had the hardihood to enter the town of Jasper alone especially one wearing tho blue Presently an old man dressed in butternut got up from his seat among the loungers and approached tho stranger for the purpose of reconnoiter Reckon 1 come from Decherd nnkr Thereabout Over time mountains Yes You tins got many sojersovertlmr WhereAt No Mnrfreesboro dont know Reckon thars a powerful sight at McMlnnviller A division perhaps Tho man paused a moment and then went On Thets on all fired pert rifle o yearn Wouldnt mind letter me handle it would yr- Mark cocked the piece took oft the cap and handed It to hU interrogator Ho still hud his revolver while the man hall a weapon which could not be fired without a percussion cap Waal now thets quar Tho man looked from the rifle to the soldier not knowing which to admire most tho mechanism of the former or tile coolness of the latter Then he handed it back You aint no Yank Why noir Yanks dont come down hyar all alone Besides Yankee rojer wouldnt ride a blooded mare like that none Morgans men rides them kind o critters and wears them uniforms sometimes Mark smiled knowingly You think Im one of Colonel Mor gaits men do your Reckon per ono o ourn anyway And the man walked away well sails fled with his penetration Time soldier got up went into the tar era anti jvild for his supper with one of the postal shinplaster used at tho time in lieu of silver then he came out and called for his horse While waiting he stoop leaning against n post of the gallery maintaining the same easy confi dence that had characterized hits since his arrival Presently negro came around from tho barn leading the Bleu der legged mare and tho soldier saun tering up to her leisurely stroked her neck then mounting without once looking at his observers he rode away But private Malones confidence was all assumed Ho did not start on the road ho designed to follow he trotted off up tho valley intending later to find n path or a crossroad which would take him southward to tho Chattanooga pike He suspected that the group he was leaving would not suffer him to ride that night in safety antic did riot care to let them know his true route Mark trotted on up tho road while the daylight was fading He was musing Upon tho difficult tho hazardous task before him Thu road was deserted ex opt by himself the evening was still and Ida horses hoofs beat loud on the totes beneath him When he was rid lug In tin open he felt comparatively confident but upon entering a thicket he would uneasily roach down aud put his hand upon his title Ho knew the bushwhacker of the period mid fancied that arifle or a shotgun lurked behind ever tree Amid the eacefmilsulet af r a summer evening in the country ltwas strange that ono should look for death None but a practiced scout would have been thus on the alert The twilight was nearly faded Mark had gone about three miles from the tavern when nearing a fork in the road ho heard Halt tharS- Instinctively his hand went to the handle of his revolver for tho found was near enough to indicate that a pistol rather than H rifle might IH needed Air you tins the sojer ez tuk supjier at time tavern nt JasjierV asked a voice singularly soft for u bushwhacker Well suppose ami 4 know y from yer voice blows that asked time soldier puz zledKind o deep meld smoothllkc V monght nil waal put up yer shooter iron 1 got a lead an y1 Mark could see no one but judging from the voice of the speaker hU IIlarmI partially subsided reckoned y mought come along hyar so I jist squatted and waited Well what do you want with me Im one 6 the Slacks Were Union woSlacks air Theyre goon to drive us out soon I reckon Union eh What aro youman woman boy or gal Im a gal The dickens What are you stopping me for at tho muzzle of a gun Lordyl Howd I know y7 Ymoughl V ben a bushwhacker I war at the taw ern whar y tuk supper The landlords wife shes my aunt I sor y come in and heart y talken to old enables They reckoned y war Confederate till y paid in Yankee shinplasters then they reckoned y mought be Yapkee after all- Mark began to be interested It was now evident to him that this person en sconced behind snake fence holding hint under cover of a gun was a friend instead of an enemy wcllr I keincmt hyar to tell y bout it Then let me see you as well as hear you A figure with a gun climbed over tho fence and advanced toward the soldier When it came near enough Mark saw a girl who might be anywhere between sixteen and eighteen for her skirt only reached to the tops of her shoes and her hair was cut square around her neck She carne very near to him and spoke in H low tone After y left the tavern some on em lowed y was Union and some on em lowed y was Confederate leastaways they wasnt sartin Uncle hem bad secesh rand he lowed y was Union and bound on somme errant fur the Yankees So he pursnaded several on em ter mount u follow y They was gitten ready and slipped out to the barn and tuk my pony what I rode over on this afternoon n Jakoys squirrel gun Jake s my brother what I alma curries when ride round in these hyar war times n I makes trackscross coun try by n trail I silos goes to uncles n conies hum agin while the men air comen by the road jest rode Sally Maria among the trees that and tied her and squatted behind the fence till y come along and Lordy sakes Whats the matter now Listen They were both quiet for a moment the girls two big black eyes denoting her anxiety They could distinctly hear time tread of horses coming on a brisk lopeWithout n word the girl seized Marks bridle rein and led horse rider off the road into the wood At a short die lance behind a rise in the ground she stopi ed Mark was inclined to go on fartherNo no she said hurriedly My ponys right thar If she ketches sight o your horse shell whinny 1I111fkIlblllOlllltOOlIlId the girl pluck ing a handful of grass held it to his horses mouth to keep his attention from other matters that he might not neigh and betray them Tho two stood look ing at each other while the sounds grew louder dreading every moment that either one of their horses might give tho signal that would lead to their discovery There wero evidently not less than half a dozen of tho horsemen on the road altogether too many for one man even if well armed to meet The men rode up to the fork of the road where they reined in their horses for u parley It was a question doubt less which toad tho Yankee soldier had taken Presently they divided one party taking tho left hand road to Tracy City the other tho road leading up the valleyAs as they wero gone Mark took tho girls hand and gave it a grateful pressure God biers you my girl youve saved mo from capture or being shot in time back shot I expect Tho girl hhuddered Slip knew well enough the rata he would have met if his pursuers hind overtaken him They would have cone upon him warily and shot him from behind a tree When the sounds from time retreating horsemen had died away in time distance she said Cornel CHAPTER II A CHANOE OF UNIFORM The soldier followed her leading his horse till they came upon her own pony tied to a sapling Mark offered to help her mount but she was not used to such civility mid leading her horse to time trunk of a fallen tree mounted by her self Crossing the road the two entered a wood on the other side The girl kept n straight course till she came to u creek which she forded below and near u log that had been felled across it to bo used for a footbridge On the farther side she struck on old road abandoned at least for wheels Mark rode up alongside of her Sue was a wild looking thing with hardly n traco of civilization about her except her calico dress and cowhide shoes Where are you taking we tor askud Mark Hum Wheres homer Tother side o th Sequatchie river now far is it to time river II flout a mile from till creek wo jest crossedAnd how far from tho river to your home Bout another mile Wo live on a road cz runs from tho Chattcnoogy pike to Anderson Thats well I want to reach tho pikeWaal yll only hev ter go a couple 0I nubs from our house t git tharIYou seem to know nil about this country Reckon I do I was born hyar I done n heap o hunten in these hyar woods I toted a gun all over em It wnt the only Ml of finery the jimsaxcd Tell me something about yourself Whats your name Souri Souri wlllltr SlackOh ell Youre one of the Slacks you told me Isnt Souri u singular name for a glrlr Vaal dad ho kem from Missouri So thets what he named me Have you a mother Yes Brothers and sisters Henry and Jakey How old are they Henery lies bout twentytwo lies In Jim Browns company o cast Tennessee cavalry What Union cavalry Yas n You mean regiment not company I know Brown well How old is your other brother Jakey hes thirteen At home Yap What are you going to do with mo when you get mo to your home Take y to the barn I reckon Why not to tho house Arent your folks all right 1 thought you said they were Union Oh theyre all Union But mebbo they mought suspect at the tavern geein Im gone thout sayen oodby anti knowen Im Union thet Ive put y1 up to souiepn or tnk y hum Sourl said Mark meditatively do you know that since I met you 1 have been Doen a job o thinkers Youve hit it exactly What boutr Ive been thinking that youre no bodys fool The girl laughed or rather chuckled She enjoyed tho compliment and was too unsophisticated to pretend that she did notThey soon struck a dirt road leading directly south which they followed till they came to the Sequatchie river etrik ing a ford at tho same time Soon led tho way into the ford Mark following Her pony was used to such crossings this one in particular while Marks horse preferred to feel his way slowly consequently Souri reached the opposite bank before Mark hind got half way over It was now night but it was clear and a half moon cost its faint light upon the land and the river Mark suddenly looked up from the water and saw Souri on tho Lank watching him Had ho been near enough he would have seen anxiety depicted on every feature of her faceKeep up the stream she called pointing at the same time He turned his horses mend as she di rected but soon lowering his eyes to tho water began to go down stream again Look at me sloe called dont look at the water Its runnen makes it seem sit y war goen straight when yer goon crooked Thars n lodge o rocks below thar and deep water beyond Mark fixed his eyes on his guide and turning his horses head toward her urged her forward She picked her way slowly as if conscious of danger and nt last coming to time brink stepped quickly out of the water and shook herself What makes you tremble so ho asked of SouriT I aint site said coloring Is that a dangerous ford Ef yd ntnmbled offen the ledge yd a drou nded Ive done some scouting before this but 1 see now that I havent learned to cross a current till today Next time Ill look out for something on blioro to steer by- Another ten minutes brought them home They carne upon tho house from its rear It fronted on the road running northward amid faced east Souri led tho way to a rickety barn where both horses were stabled Shoo left Mark in tho barn while she went lute tho house to inform the inmates of his presence Presently she came out Dad lows y mought come in fur n spell thout much resk They wont know o yr belt hyar yet awhile Least aways thars no hurry But dad reckons y mought sleep in the barn with one eye open 1 shall not sleep anywhere tonight I must go on But Ill go in with you for awhile A man net thrum at tho door with white stocky hair and n stubble beard lie looked sixty though he wits ten or fifteen years younger lie walked as if Vu were following the plow Ills trou sent were drawn nearly up to hit armpits a double breasted waistcoat served in lieu of a coat and an old woolen hat covered hits head to tho back of hilt neckThem blue clothes looks kinder peart to wo uns down hyar ez aint seen nothen but graysaid the mUll 1 lowed when you tins went up tor Chat tenoogy last Juno and fired them bk guns at tho town y was goon to hold onto these spar parts Perhaps It was a mistake mM Mark but I never criticise the nets of my superiors Como inter th1 honso Tho dwelling was composed of two square log houses some ten feet apart under ono roof with a floor between tho two Tho roan led Mark into ono of these parts or houses Time articles in it that struck tho soldiers eye were n very high bedstead heightened further by a feather bcdj a chest of drawers and a clock on tho mantle that ticked loud enough to bo heard out in tho barn There were some pieces ot rill carpet on the floor two or three hard seated chairs and A rocker ITO BE CONTINUED A YOUNG LADYS LIKK SAVED At Iunninn Colombia lij Clmmhrrlnln Colts Cholera Hint Illrralinrn Itoiimly Dr Chas H Utter a prominent physician of Panama Cqlombin in n recent letter states Last March I hadas a patient a young lady sixteen years of age who had a very bad attack of dysentery Everything I pro scribed for her proved ineffectualand she was growing worse every hour Her parents were sure she would dio 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 laina Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Itemed v and as r last resort proscribed it The most wonderful result was effected Within eight hours she wilts feeling much better inside of three days she was upon her feet and at tho end of one week was entirely well For sale by S E WBUH Jn Necessary Expenses for Twelve Weeks School Perilous who board themselves can spend much or little an they chocwo oil llvltie expenses It pujs to have n little extra mnnojiforavrt urea books and other thlups Hut the necessary excnres are only ax follows To pa11htf first day now Ann IAPICI HAM lULL School Incidental Fee I 410 IIM Kx i 11IItalYco m lpenses looks etc about 2 2 Mlcticral Iktroll lOi 00 Knrnlrlinl llooln furl 55 5 2i Klr t Mouths Hoard 600 a 00 asKrpcnrco 1oIl1ludry i Hcglnnliig ad Mo lioard ea00 Beginning W Board 6 w 00 25t0 2S 00 Ocnl Deposit returned 10 100 Totnl Kxpenne 12 Week 87 BO 37 Oil Fcr those below A Grammar deduct for boob andtl from Incidental fee making the total only 34uo When four girls room together each saves H or more on room end fuel making the total only VJ2no If classed below A Grammar Itoom and fuel cost one dollar morexlu the Winter term Two roorai for housekeeping with More ale can usually be rented for from SI tote a term The price of a big calf a little tanbark or a few howe span bedcover will give II 4 term of nchool which will change one whole life for the better A WeakStmach Indigestion is often caused by overeating An eminent authority say the harm done thus exceeds that tram the excessive use of alcohol Eat all the good food you want but dontover load the stomach A weak stomach may refuse to digest what you eat Then you need a good dIgestant like Kodol which digests your food with out the stomachs aid This rest and the wholesome tonics Kodol contains loon restore health Dieting unneces nary Kodol quickly relieves tho feel Ing of fulness and bloating from which some people suffer after meals Absolutely cures indigestion Kodol Natures Tonic QOOhlcacofile Three Years in Richmond And out of all the sets of teeth that have boon made at my office if there is one set or any sots that show any defects I will make a new set fret We are making tho best set of teeth in tho world for 750 and if detects show in lye years we give you n new sot froe This applies to all thu teeth I have mado or am going to make tho best alloy fills in the world at 75 cents DR HOBSONIDentist Permanently located in tho Hohsor Buildiug noxt door to Gov ernment Building Richmond Kentucky Reference Richmond National Dank Special 1rico to Students THE CITIZEN i Dont Use1 Spectacles Unless you need them and ir you use them bo sure they fit your ueed I will give thorough examitmUoi with the above instrumont FREE o F CHARGE which always indicates the correct lassos to use It you don t need glasses I will tell you so TeAe Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main Street Richmond Ky 1TOMYFIUKNUS It is with joy I tell what Kodol die for mo I was troubled with my stom uch for several months Upon being advised to use Kodol I did so and words cannot tell the good it has done mo A neighbor had dyspepsia BO that he had tried most everything I told him to use Kodol Words of grab tude have come to me from him be cause I recommended itGeo W strengthson stomach and normal activity of the digestive organs Kodol the great reconstructive tonic cures all stomach and bowel troubles indigestion dys- pepsiat Kodol digests any good food you eat Take a dose after meals For saloby East Drug Co Berea College Chemi cal Laboratory I am prepared to make sanitary and mineral analyses of water San 1itaryanalysis determines whether or not water is rafe to drink E W TODDi Berea Ky Chemist CENTRAL KENTUCKY AND- MADISON MONUMENTALWORKS Head stones urns monu ments and marble and gran ite work of all kinds Prices governed by quality of material Prices reasonable Only firstclass work done All work guaranteed GOLDEN FLORA RICHMOND Ky Corner Kato and CoIUns Strtttl- 2OS OUK1NO NIOIITAXI DAY The busiest and mightiest little thing that ever was made is Dr Kings Now Life Pills These pills change weakness into strength listlessness irto energy brainfag into mental power Theyre wonderful in build ing up the health Only 25c per box Sold by East End Drug Co f Farm for Sale One Mile West of Panola Madison a County Ky Containing about one hundred audI seventyfive 175 acres of good graz ing or corn land well watered about twentyfive 2f acres of good timber oak hickory maple etc good bearing orchard of apples peaches pears etc good sixroom dwelling with good spring near the door stable and corncrib withshedsandoutbtiildings Will be sold as a whole or in tracts to suit purchasers For price terms etc address I Thomas Million KyOrIHJl h J NNNNNN1NNNINNNN NNNN LOCAL AND PERSONAL N BEST BREAD at Bicknoll Earl1v1 Kidd is able to be out again after his illness irof L V Dodge returned from Hopkiusville Saturday There are seven new telephone sub scribers on Center Street Miss Lavia Fish has returned frou- a two weeks visit to Winchester Rev H J Derlhick hopes to ho able to occupy his pulpit next Sun dayMiss Grace Clark and Miss Xamiit Anglin of Disputautn were in town Monday Two good rooms for rout up stairs or down Enquire of Joint DOtlwoll CITIZEN Office Prof and Mrs S C Mason are at Mackinac Island Mich attending n Forestry convention Chester D Erwin one of our typos who has been ill from typhoid is able to be up around the house Everybody nearly uses Obelisk flour Perhaps you dont but if you once use it it is hard to quit G R Roberts left on Saturday for Millville Ohio He will return Sept 9 and will bring his family with him Miss Elsie Besant of Now Albany Ind arrived Saturday to tako a po sition ns stenographer in the College offices Rev Mr Markham of Clarkcouu ty commenced protracted meeting at the Glade Disciple Church Mon day evening There was a fine crowd at the Tabernacle Sunday night for Dr Burgess stereopticon lecture A Mighty Struggle The revival which has been in progress at the Colored Baptist Church at Bobtown closets Saturday with Jfi additions to the Church Next Monday September X is La bor Day anti a National holiday Tho KHtoihco will be open on that day from 10 a m to 280 p ui only Mrs Wm Goodell Frost and Miss Edith and Master Cleveland and Miss Ida Brooks returned homo Saturday from their summer vacation- S E Welch Jr was in Cincinnati from Wednesday to Saturday of last weekspending Saturday night in Winchester returning home Sunday Revs J M Lunsford of Boron and James Young of Dreyfus closed their meeting at Wallaceton Sunday Thirtyfive were added to the Church Rev M K Pasco occupied tho pulpit of Second Church Sunday Brother Derthick not being sullicient ly recovered from his recent illness to preachThis way sinner Do you buy all yonr wants at Welchs If you dont perhaps that is why your neighbor seems to bo getting along so much easier than you Prof L V Dodge will speak to night in Room 4 Lincoln Hall on tho recent State SundaySchool Conven tion at Hopkinsvillo which ho atten teuded last week Brother Teeters writes from Weiser Ida We RIO cosily located in tho College buildings My health is quite poor Mrs Teeters and tho children are quite well Chamberlains Colic Cholera andI Diarrhoea Remedy has a worldwide reputation for its cures It never failsI and is pleasant and safe to take For sale by S E WELCU JR Miss Elton W Field writes from Colgate N D where she is acting as nurse and companion to an invalid lady fpr TilE CITIZEN and says I am enjoying life immensely Mrs Hong matron of Ladies Hall entertained on Wednesday evening in honor of James M Racer who leaves this week to be married in Ohio to Miss Myrtle Burr a former student at BereaMrs Maggie Baker of Betlmuy Mo sister to Mosdamss E T anti A F Fish with her two children Volma and Curtis are hero visiting liar rolnI tees and friends after an absence of nine years Six quart tin pail 10 cents Three cakes tar soap fiIFour ounces smelling salts 10 All first quality goods at Tun TEsI CENT STORE next door to postoflice Richmond Ky Profs Raymond and Jones loft Friday for a mountain trip but worn called home the same day because of a sudden attack of illness of Dr Ray mond Professor Raymonds father Dr Raymond is bettor- A cable from the Philippines an jys 4J pounces tho death from Asiatic cholera of Win H Badgeran alum nits of Boron tM Mr Badger and wife went out to the Philippines as teachers about a year ago Word comes from the College brickyard that the kiln has been open ttlot the top and that tho brick are of an excellent grade In a week tho kiln will be cool enough to take flown and there will be brick for sale Send in your orders ofiWelchs store Mr anti Mrs RUle of Richmond wero thrown from their surrey because of the running away of their horse Mrs Riffu was surf ously hurt She was taken to Rich moud Friday evening- 1VANTEDG YOUNG MEN from Madison County at onco to prepare for positions in tho Government SOl vice Railway Mail Works Letter Carriers Custom House and Depart mental Clerks etc Apply to Inter State Corns Inst Cedar Rapids In Arthur Dalley a Boron stullentHay ou a card written at Eubanks Putask county I have just finished my first month of school School census 15 enrolled 4n fourteen of those are orphans Average attendance for the month 87 1 expect to bo nt Borer newymy ANNOUNCEMENT We aro authorized to announce Goo D White of the Glade district as candidate for Circuit Clerkof Madison county subject to tho action of tho Democratic party- Wearoauthorized to announce Roy C White as candidate for Circuit Court Clerk in Madison county subject to tho action of the Democratic party lovo BRICK FOR SALE Two hundred thousand 200000 hurd burned brick for sale in the lot or in quantities to suit purchaser All whole brick 10 per 1000 An put up in the stack merchantable SS per 1000 GEO D WHITE Whites Station Ky i CORRESPONDENCEI 11MADISON COUNTY VALLEY VIEW Principal Parker of the Colored in dustrial institute at Keene spent Sunday here Misa Sallie Mitchell visited her parents at Nicholasvillo recently Mrs Penn Chenault was the guest of her sistoriijlaw Mm Harry Reynolds last week The saw mill at this place has closed down for the season Born to Mr and Mrs A Munday a BOnA ramp metting began at this place Wednesday to continuo over Sunday Aug atMilo Bush visited his parents at Shallow Ford Sunday Miss Eddie Reynolds visited her parents at Jolly Ridge Sunday PEYTONTOWN Mrs Alice Phelps is building an nddition to her house Chas Pur cam Jr was in Lexington recently Mrs Louisa Mason went to Lan castor last week to visit her aunt who was sickDr Johnson of Lancaster was hero recently selling mediciua Charles Burnam has closed out his grocery store at this place Rev I Miller filled his regular appointment at Davistown Miss Maggie Gentry paid a business visit to Paint Lick SaturdayLark White came home from Cincinnati because ho was sick G L Campbell went to Irvine Sunday Aug 17 to preach in a rally for Rev R H Munday The colleo lion was 53285 Rev Alonzo Camp bell preached at Peytontowu church Aug 17Rev R H Munday ad ministered tho Sacrament of the Lords Supper last Sunday at Peyton town churchWALLACETON Mr Mehafley has moved his stave mill to the Wiloy Ballard timber Binam Pitts has returned from a six weeks visit to Cleveland DOur Sundayschools had a picnic at the oilwell near Cartorsvillo Saturday A protracted meeting is in progress nt the Baptist church conducted by Rev Mr WillsMrs Susie Baker of Missouri is visiting her parents Mr mil Mrs C II Bakor Miss Sarah Lawson will visit Miss Dora Me Whor tor of Waco this weokMrs Garrett- is sick from typhoidJames Guinn- is on the sick list Charlio Rogers who is hero visiting his brother is re covering from an attack of measles Mrs Asher is recovering from an illness We have in and near Wallace ton three churches l the Baptist Re form and the Methodist Episcopal reaching services are ns follows The xr M E on second Sunday at 11 a m Baptist third Sunday at 11 a m Reform fourth Sunday at 11 a m Class meeting at the M E churchon first Sunday at 11 u m Sunday school at all the churches every Situ tiny ROCKCASTLE COUNTY DISPUTANTA There was preaching at East Scaf fold Cane Sunday Mrs Mary E Evans nod daughter Miss HORn and Mm Eliza MnlliiiH and babv were thin guests of Miss Xannin Lake Satur dttySquiro1 M Reynolds visits Mr and Mrs J W Lambert of Boone Saturday and Sunday Mi and Mrs 0 M Payne visited Mrs J W Lake Sunday Miss Chossio J Reynolds was the guest of the Misses Abney last SundayMiss Mary Ab tier who has been visiting her cousin Miss 1nrrio Leo Abnoy for the past week has rttturnixl homeR- OCKFORD J W Told hits n hull stock of now goalse had preaching smith Sun dayBchool at Macedonia on Sunday A good and onlerly congregation Charlie Shearer attended church Sun day at Macedonia Robert Shearer is homo agnin from Illinois Miss Mat ilda Cook is sick Walter Viors anti I M Todd visited Dripping Springs on business last week The little girl of John Richmond who hiss been sick is some better John Copo has cut his millet Lizzie Viani is visiting home folks at Dripping Springn Martiu C Told were homo Saturday night and say their shave mill in do ing good workRohl Cook took four hogs from Frank Simms to feed on steams CONWAY Mrs Mat Grinstead is visiting her father at Lovel Station Knox county this witk Oeorgo Shockley of Berea was hero Saturday the guest of U S UorryH M Johnston is at homo from Richmond this week Born to Mr nUll fcrs John Wren a son on the 23nl iustMr and Mrs W D Kulton of Anniston Ala an visiting Mr Koltous parents nt this place Curtis ColToy who has IItCu- at Fairlaml III for reveal months rot n mod home Monday Mrs Sig inoud is rapidly recovering J II Sigmond sold to W H Siguiond out hog for T20Those wo rOllOrttfl sick last week aro all ou the mend Uncle Eli Coffey aged ST of ScalTold Cane was hero last week on u visit to his Noel Matt Uncle Eli has sold since Feb IT eggs to the amount of ft51- lIe has lived in his present homo fifty years JACKSON COUNTY KERRY KNOB The infant son of Mr and Mrs Win Powell is ilIMr and Mrs Furbeck of Now York who have boon visiting Mrs Cora Smith huvo return ed homeMr and Mrs Oranville Hayes have a now baby girlQuilu a number of ouryoung pOOplonttend ed church and Sundayschool at Iarks Sunday Revs Moberly and Solomon conducted the services Mr Tom Click went to Richmond last Saturday Rev Mr Solomon con ducted a series of meetings at Clover Bottom church Inst wookRe Peter Moborly will conduct another week of services at Chestnut Flat this wookD M Click who loft for a visit to relatives In Tennessee on Aug 1C writes that he will be home this week As ho will drive through it is not likely that ho can get hero before the twentyninth Profs Jones and Raymond of Boron passed hero Fri tiny enroute to Perry county MASON COUNTY MAYSVILLE Miss Cora Savage of Mayslick and Mr John Chambers of Washington D C were wedded last Thursday and left on thin C C O for Washington where they willresideMrs Anna Perkins and little daughter Pearl have returned homo after an extended visit to Huntington W Va whore Mr Perkins is engaged in bus iuessLast week in this city was held the most successful teachers institute over had in this county Sun Jay was a glorious day for the mem bore of the Bethel Baptist church All day preaching to largo and ap preciative audiences was hold at the courthouse Miss Led in Tabor of the East End is able to bo out after a few days iIIutJHsIA HIIOCKINd CAIAMITV Lately befell a railroad laborer writes Dr A Kellett of Williford ArkllIlis foot was badly crnshOlI but Bucklens Arnica Salvo quickly cured him Its simply wonderful for Burns Boils Piles and all skin eruptions It is time worlds champion healer Cure guaranteed 2Dc Sold by East End Drug Co Co eAs Coated liwith state eggs glue other things are nut Tit to dri- nkLionGoffeo Is uncontcd corrccfrcsb strong well flavored TaIIhIrNe troobD lure Thli Foot IUII Tem In Mil the inter rollxtflabi Doiital Cliallrniro lull ilurmu- l It UltMl un DR FENNERS KIDNEY an- dBackache All diseases Bladder UrlDar A 141 achelIurDlua Dropsy Female Dont become dlieoarattd Thin U a pare for you If nrcraaary wrllo Ur l iiiirr Im spent a Unit lurllllC Jud nurli c It jiiur All couultatlunIre iiiir DIP put yrr whom tilt mere litil flvvuup J LtlTILLlO WiNHlUud In rUMUUSartl AtkforOook lUmkFrtO STVITUSOANCE TroublesCURE lUllCUrt Iluh Our ClrruUr llr Krnnvr FmlouUNY IMPORTANT NOTICE TO COLLEGE STUDENTS All students who live in town and all others who has ever joined time in Btitutiou boforo will have to pay an extra fee of twentyfire cents if they Hcttln with tho Trwtsurer after nooi on WixlnvMUy Sept 10 Allf tudonl living out of town who join tho iiihti tutiou for the Knit time will have to pay an extra fet of twentyfive cents if they settle with the Treasurer after Thursday Sept 11 The otlices will bo OJltlO for entering students on Times lay from two until five p ui and ou Wwlnesday froth eight until 12 a m MILES E MARSH Dean Preparatory Dept Tho lx st physic Chamberlain Stomach and Liver Tablets lay to take Pleasant in effect For sale by S E WEWII JR u SPECIAL NOTICE All persons who wish to take Berei College Htudonti as roomers or boanl ere will please Treasurer Osltoruo ho fore torn opens and secure n HOIIHU hdlders Permit H M JosS Vice President NOTICE To Students Coming to Bern For the FALL TERM September 10 1902 Excursion trains from Chicago Cleveland anti other points will meet at Cincinnati on the morning of Sop tember 9 1002 The Boron Y M C A extends greeting to all young men who are planning to como to Berea this fall The association holds its regular meetings every Sunday evening at rlO p m In Ph Delta Hall to which all young men are cordially invited Young men will be on the train woarijg Y DL C A badges to greet you and to give you any information you may desire concerning the asso ciation or the College Watch for to moot you at the opening of time fail term we aro- Sincerely yours Y M C A Borea Ky For further information address J H YOITNO Boron Ky A NKCKHSAKV rilKUAUTION Dont neglect a cold It is worse than unpleasant It is dangerous By using One Minute Cough Cure you pan cure it at once Allays in flammation clears tho bond soothes mid strengthens the mucous men brane Cures coughs croup throat anti lung troubles Absolutely safe Acts immediately Children liko it For sale by East End Drug Co h The Citizen FIFTY CENTS A YEAR 11 We ixutnpllr attain ami torilira IIIn Chicago College of Dental Surgery IPtI11 Ptlrt1 oIl1Lr nerd bdteney Twetityllrsl Annual tciurxi of Instruct ion will tagiikt 1st IC Tide aIllOl the tolkt ami ii 11r tlio If nil fig lkntttanrlrft11wwotld lit oater In cxHiiplcU tin rotirx of instruction in than lean it 1Irr to ruler the rowing Nip Hw tSn ns a four irar einirr vuil lr rtijiiMi llurraftcr Ior idu trat1ratalOKUti ml Itrss DR TRUMAN W BROPMV Dean Wood S Harrison Hts Chicago S r Canvasser Wanted to sell PRINTERS INK n journal for advertiwre puoliHhod wivkly at Ilea dollars a year teaches thoHcicncM and tirnrtim of Advertising Rill is highly otittiinwl by till most Hiiccmtful advertisers In this cou lit ranti Great Britain Liberal o o in niinMioii allowed Address r lUINTiiLS INK III rum M NrM Vork EXPERIENCIIt II a Tn MAnKGIIAar Arrk can nil en- du r a of sew Ir Nr Ie m1 rr I oa1k r III 10 ff IAlrtrit Nm r h r lunp y a1 uh la rariH- r it J Sckntific Jliiierican a La nNeItaHrwa4 aab larNI aWuu aa V alu Tyra p a 1ufiliCor3s 0r dap NewYqt Naacalry1 r a W11 r y Gray Hair I AyerlhlrVIorror my scalp free from dandruff and has prevented my hair from turn lag grayMrs P A Soule Bllllnc There is this peculiar thing about Aycrs Hair Vigorit is a hair food not a dye Your hair does not suddenly turn black look dead and lifeless- Butgraduallytheoldcolor comes backall the rich darkcolor it used to have The hair stops falling too II M a tittle Alt r iilKi If Jour drlllnrlt raunot npply you and UI one dulls semi we wlli eaprrI- roeabottle lie aura ant thor sour nenrriea1reanht Addrra AtIIttOLowelitansett ThIs will save your Life By inducing you to use Dr Kings NeVI Discovery For Consumption Coughs and Colds Tho only Guaranteed Cure NO Curo NO Pay Your Drug gist will warrant S- tABSOLUTELY CURES Grip Influenza Asthma lironchltla Whooping Cough Inctimonla or nn Affection of tho Throat mind Lungs TRIAL BOTTLES FREE Regular SIzo CO cents and 10ft KTJI IIKATII Oll E B Monday n lawyer of llnnri ottn Tex once fooled a gravediggcr 1I0lalIliMy brother was very low with malarial fever and jiiiindico persuaded him to try Electric Hitlers nail ho was soon much bolter hilt continual their UFO until ho was whol ly cured I am sure Electric Hitlers saved his lifo This remedy expels malaria kills disnaso germs anti puri tics lho blood aidsdigpstion roguliilcs liver kidneys and bowels cures con stipation dyspepsia nervous disenveii kidney troubles female complaints gives perfect health Only DOo at East End Drug Cos