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REV JOHN DODWELL Editor and Publisher Kulcrfd at lilt tftOftelIIu THE CITIZEN I VOL IV Family Paper BEIIEA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 11 1902 Fifty cents year NO 12 IDEAS r Lnnrn you can do Earnestness of lifo lends to satin faction of lift who insists on swing with per fect clearness Ixtforn ho docidivi nov er decdwt A fair test and treasure of civiliza tion is the intliiiMico of good women EMERSON Arbitrary jxiwor is mrmtonn5ly es tuliliNhed on tho rules of lllwrty ahiiNcd to lirontioufliipss GconoE WASIIINOTOX TAKE NOTICE Ita miro slid accept ono of our pro nth lu oilers on another page Rxv M K rnsco slid preach nt the Baptist church noxt Sunday morning mid night Rev II J Dtrthlek will preach nt Second church oust Sunday ifs morn ug subject will bo Tho Clutch Dr Hurgoss will preach nt tho TalxniBdo on Sunday nt II n m SlIhjCtIIThn Greatest Question of Your Lifo resident Frost will preachat tho first Sunday College Chnx l exorcise next Sunday night nt 7 TO There will Iw room for citizens ns well RI students rite subject will lo Tho Blessing of Beginnings FROM THE WIDE WORLD Thu annual circulation of the Bible is now 12500000 Over 100000000 of French cap ital in invented in China Botwoon Jan anti July 31 1907 Cuba exported II2M2 tons of sugar leaving on nand SQt li totes Oovcruinoiit reports show that thorn aro at least 62000 bqimro miles orlOnlharlllg land in the pastern states of Australia IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Cotton ex pel put thin years crop In the United Staler nt 713TU hales Tho prune crop of California his year is wtinmted at Mf 000000 pounds Wngps of mora than 0000 Iron woikoia in tho rolling mills have 1IXIII advsnml Tho Western Union Trlogtaph company at Chicago lava discharged nil boy inpHscngera and will use girls ns messengers In tho residence nnd business distticta and men In the rough distracts Irwwlont Roosevelt mcoped a tragic death by only a fow feet in a collision between his carriage snit an electric car Iu FittsBeld Mass on Sept 3 Ono of his secret service Ixxlyguards Vm Craig wni in stnntly killed nUll the driver of tho carriage wan Boriously injured COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Tho strength of thin organized mill tin in Kentucky 11127 men divided BS follows infantry 11128 artillery 182 uimHsgned infantry ItHJj hos pitnl corps 21 The boarding house of Mrs Mary Fox flf Lancaster was destroyed by lire Tuesday nt 3 m Several per sons wore injured by jumping from n second story window Judgo Cantrill accused tho city ollicinia of Frankfort of wing de relict in duty and ordered the grand jury to look into nlledgod open vola tions of tho gambling and liquor soil ing laws Tho Colonel formerly published nt Livingston Interly nt Mt Vernon sad tho only Republican paper in Reckons lo county has sold its busi ness laid outfit to tho Mt Vornon Signal Dem A Canadian syndicate recently pur chased of Mrs Helen B Lands doivno of Covington n tract of land U in Breathitt and Knox counties thirty miles long and ton miles wide containing 129000 acres of valuable mineral and timber said to bo tho finest in the state The eighth hamlet Republican convention hold at Nicholnsville Sept 3 nominated William Lawson Sumrall of Meteor county for con i gross on tho sixth ballot T A Chenault of Madison county with drew on tho firth ballot and Sumrall was nominated over George Nicholas of Sholby by vote of 99 to CC METHODIST CONFERENCEr The Kentucky church South county Wednesday Sept fl adjourn ing Monday the 8th Tho writer had the privilege of attending part of tho exercises of the bodIInll wan especi ally privileged to ho present at the Missionary anniversary on Saturday night when Dr Ried superintendent of the Korean Mission addressed largo audience on Missions in China nod Korea Dr Reid has spent soy enteen yenta in tho China Mission and seven in Korea On Sunday morning the presiding bishop Rev Dr Mor rison delivered most masterly and practical sermon to a class of nine young non who hero ordained dea cons nt tho close of tho service Tho subjtct was Essentials to Re rivals as Methodists understand them Tho text was Psalm 120 G and tho sermon was worth traveling n hundred miles for the privilege of hearing it If tho young men who wore thosppcinl subjects of exhorta tion follow tho counsel of tho Bishop as delivered in tho sermon it is not too much to say that they will under God bA signally useful in tho salva tion of souls It was not rely a sub jct to preachers Its applicability was wido If every teacher would search for tho inner moaning of tho text nnd put it In their work the milloniuin would draw nearer by thousands of years than at present Indicated Rend ffif trxt On Sunday nfternoo before the ordination of elders Dr Web bar of tho Kentucky WaR In nn university preached from John l3 Tho Bortcon was clear log ical and convincing At nIght tho memorial services of ministers and ministers wives who have died dur lug tho conference year was held It was an interesting nnd affecting oc rain London fqr situation Is like Jeru 10mlithe mountains are round about It There is much evidence of enterprise nUll the citizens say the place is growing Tho editors of tho Maunnin RIO and tho Mountain Drmrerat gave this scribe n courteous and cordial greeting rind welcomeD COME OVER AND HELP TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS TUB CITIZEN needs five thousand new pubscribors and appeals to all the old subscribers to help secure them TUG CITIZEN has boon published for three years antI a quarter nnd at financial loss anti if it had not been for thin help of Rood friends who were Interested in UTiiECmzEN would have had to suspend before it was six months old It costs much more in proportion to get out a paper tho size of TUB CITIZEN in a small printing of flee than it droll to publish n paper liko The Wetky Commercial or The Mrekly niter Ocean and papers of that class with their means anti ma chinery Of course wo know that those papers are much larger than TilE CITIZEN but they do notgivoyou tho news you want and appreciate and Tin CITIZEN does Wo are very thankful for whntour subscribers have dono for and said about us but we are anxious to give you a still bettor pa per and wo can do BO if you will nil help to got us a large number of suit bribers and wo are also anxious to make THE CITIZEN solf supporting and in order to do this we must have a largo subscription list Now we do not ask you to help us just for friendships sake but we are willing to make it profitable to you if you will help us Tho Manager is searching for some useful premiums to offer to those who will secure now subscribers and to the now subscribers themselves On an other page wo offer two or threo fire premiums for subscribers Later wo shall hero other premiums to offer wo earnestly ask you to do nil you can for us If every ono ofour regular subscrib ors would send us three new names wo would have more subscribers than wo ask for in this appeal to you Some are BO situated that it will bo diilicult to got now subscribers but nearly every ono can do something and many of you can send in a largo number of names Read our offer and then help THE CITIZEN USE OF TIME Experience shows that each stu dent doing full work should give at least eight hours n day to sfvere study and night hours to sleep This will leave eight hours for toilet meals worship recrcatiop manual labor and extrasIt very important in school life that wo should make n careful plan for use of our time anti that we should all try to study play and work at tho sauna hours BO as not to hinder ono another To assist in punctuality and tho bolt use of time tho following bolls will ring fiJtORising hell Toilet ilcvutloiu roomwork 080Bioakfast Warning 020 700 Inspect ion of rooms 7WMorninlllltudy hours iFInt Ienon Period 835 Second lesson period boll il 2OChnpnlwor Hllcnce during tolling the lallwo mlnnlo- iyUi 1030 anti 1115 Losson pO rods- 1200Closoof study hours 1215 Dinner Warning 1210 10 Afternoon study hours Flat Irnon period 2 30 Second lesson period 316Close of study hours Hero follows an interval for manual labor and recreation Lecture on Tuesdays fi 45 Supper Warning 585- fl 30 Vesper hou- r7ooEnlng study hours 980Warning for curfow lOOO Curfnr I MOUNTAIN TRIP Trof Raymond anti Dr Burgos returned from n trip in the mountains Tuesday evening on which trip they trawled by wagon 300 miles in fif teen days gave eight stereopticon lectures visited twentyone school houses of tho fiftytwo in Leslie county and addressed over 2000 representative persons Good weath or and grad treatment everywhere Their wagon went over mountains where tho liko had not been before Tho campaign with County Supt Brock in Leslie county was a grand RtlccossREPAIR THAT LOOM Berea College has secured a market for hotneapun and homewoven goods such as bed coverlids linen dress linsey jeans blankets etc at follow ing pricos Coverllds H to 6 Linen 40 to 50 cents a yard Dross Linsoy 50 cents a yard Jeans GO cents n yard Blankets natural brown wool or bark dyes V3 a pair White linsey and white blankets are not in demand only on orders Coverlids must Ira 2 yards 72 inches wide and 2J yards 90 inches long All dyes used must bo old fashioned homemade dyes Any woman who wants to sell cover lids or homespun to Boron College should find out what tho College wants before beginning to weave or spin For information apply in per son or by letter to Mrs Hattie Graham Berea Ky Josh Wostlmfer of Loogootee Ind is a poor man but he says ho would not be without Chamberlains Pain Balm if it cost rite dollars a bottle for it saved him from being a cripple No external application is equal to this linimont for stiff nod swollen joints coutrac ed muscles stiff neck sprains anti rheumatic and muscular pains It hiss also cured numerous cases of partial paralysis It for sale by S E WELCH JR A party of Louisville Lexington and Frankfort Capitalists aro investigat big tho merits of tho natural gas fields just discovered near Irvine Estill county Ten thousand acres of land ore under lease by the promoters FOR HANDMADE FANCY WOODWORK in hats sunbonnets fancy baskets of all descriptions napkin rings in allcolors Send your orders to MISSES M AND L GARTER BEBEA KENTUCKY ricer very reasonable andall work wellmade NEW JERSEY ROADS MANY SPLENDID HIGHWAYS IN THE GARDEN STATE Permanent Ituuiln nml What It Cot to Keep Them In ItepnlrIlosv the State AM Law IrovlUi Ior IllKU way Improvement In the matter of permanent road Im provement New Jersey has taken a lending part Having In what Is called the metropolitan regions the sections within forty miles of New York and Philadelphia many growing cities tad towns the conditions were such an to compel attention and demand a solu tion After much discussion the pres cat suite law was dually enacted and with slight changes has remained on the statute book fur nearly ten years In accordance with the provisions of this law permanent roada have been constructed and are petitioned for III runny countlen of the state Buys u writer In the Cool Honda Magazine Hut It will be remarked do not such roads get out of repair and are they not then harder on horse old wagon and traveler tuna dirt roads Of course all good things that are used will show wear and n stone road will be used far more titan It was before It won improver People will go out of their way In order to enjoy the com tort of It This Is especially the case In winter when parallel roads arc covered with mud Thou too the strain s the greatest for the sharpened calks of the horses shoes tear up the surface snore than at other times lint on hills especially where heavy loads arc drawn this will be particularly notice able lint after all Is said the road Is fdr better than any dirt road could possibly bo under tho same usage It this heavy wear Is allowed to continue say ctrl years the road will begin to lie somewhat rough and of course travel event will not be quite so pleasant Tile cost of repair will then seen to be quite an item lint we do not let ordinary roads go without repairs much less should we withhold cure from them after they aro Improved The law provides that the contractor shall keep tho road in repair one year after its completion nUll a percentage of the cost Is withheld to Insure compliance with this condition The first winter will very likely show the weak places If any should appear and the hollows that form must be titled and the sur A ItOiD IN NEW JEUSEV face put in good condition before the road Is finally accepted To secure the best results a light dressing of sand or finely broken stone should be applied each spring all loosened stones being first removed This covering will wear down In a few weeks leaving the sur face us smooth and as pleasant to ride over as before The cost of this should not be greater thou the cost of work link an ordinary road and when you are doing It you are not putting soil on the surface to snake thud when it rains and dust when It is dry The state aid law provides that when a road is improved It becomes thereafter a state road and is to be kept In repair by the county The expense of such improvement is divided into three parts One part 10 per cent is appor tioned by commissioners among the owners of the property along the road according to the advantage the road is likely to bo to them In very tow com munities would a farmer be assessed more than 50 I am told unless be was a very large land owner A sec ond part 33 13 per cent is paid by the state and the remainder CO 23 per cent is paid by the county This is the portion of cost that becomes a direct tux upon all taxable property of the countyEverything of value costs and that which costs least at the first is not necessarily cheapest The man who buys a machine too light for the work it is intended to do because It is cheap is very likely to find that the cost of repairs and the loss of time resulting therefrom soon eat up the amount saved in the beginning A Teiinrmee County to Iine llouds- Ilauiblcn county In Tennessee has voted to issue bonds to the amount of 50000 for the Improvement of roads llautblcn Is one of the smallest coun ties In the state but it Is not too small to set n good example to the larger counties and perhaps to the state Sprinkling Irmervn Hum Sprinkling not only makes travel over the road more pleasant but It pre serves the surface The rock gets loose when the surface becomes dry mid dusty and the damage from seta lion Is greet i j An Independent Weekly Devoted to the Interests ofITHE FARM X SCHOOL 50 CENTS A YEAR A n is n a n 1 is r You nro invited to try OUR SHOES Wn olfor n choice collection of tho worlds best brands for men Hanan Florsheim WalkOver BillWell and other select lines Our big stock has just what you want no mat pricedinCovington Banks Outfitters for Men and Boys Richmond Ky t HAVING THE LARGESTI will for till next 00 lays soil any saddle in tho shop at 10 por cent reduction A full thus of summer goods such as Buggy Dusters Sheets Straw tints for Horses Colt Halters etc on d Prices Quality guaranteed T J KY Successor to J T McClintock Main St Opposito Court House DR M E JONES e Office MillineryStore Office Days Thursday Friday and Saturday of eachweek Special Notice to Our ltiailrrn Thli paper In on flic the ofllrc of The Chi tuterO lau IOG10UO Fist Monroe Strut Mrojro where our reader will be rourteourty trctteil who may tare tovall upon The Inter nghrolllthho found every mcclionlcul Mid wlcntlfic Im provement of the site In connection with the need of a great newspaper rare treat to any one IlIlentltC III the nubject and thould be taken advantage of Day Phone Phone STOCK OF SADDLES IN KY Low MOBERLY RICHMOND Dentist RICE RICHMOND KY Shoes Gents Furnish 1 ciagentsinRichmond MEAT MARKET 1 have reopened the Meat Mar ket on Main Street Fresh Meats VegetablesinM B RAMSEY Berea Ky f THE VERY LATEST do look around investigate the QUALITY and PRICEThen COME here wo have a largo assortment of Furniture upon which wo can save you money If we have not what you want it is our specialty to get it quickly and wo guarantee goods as represented GOCARTS OID HICKOKY- For your lawn or porch It is comfortable attractive and will stand exposure to rain and sunshin- eUNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY Night 4766JO HOME ARNOLD Hats ings Sr JOPLIN Richmond Ky IThe Radcliffe Shoe I IIs the onlyK Shoe in town Line iq IMMENSE ANO Our Wall Paper IMMENSELY CHEAP BICKNELL EARLY 1 ICrutcher rNNNNNNNWN i i have a fine line of ii imerenjoy showing i you their goods SEE THEIR LATEST Iii I IN OXFORDS i ti N Ot1 l N0 NON N NN H NaN F THE CITIZEN COST OF RUM HABIT STARTLING FIGURES GATHERED BY A METHODIST PASTOR nat Iriililrin of Puvrrtr Would Vonluli He tiny lr lliniur Truffle VVre Rllnilnnldl Wlmt the Xn tliinnl Drink Illll IlPiirmrntii Dr Polemus II Swift pastor of the Wo ley Methodist Episcopal clmrcli speaking on The Cost of the Hum Tmllie nnd tho Returns From It Bald The rum tralllc Is nn enormous business The direct cost to the people or the United States Is the amount of money spoilt for liquors that K for native distilled spirits 500000000 for domestic beer s 175000000 for domes tic wines 50000000 for Imitorted liq uors of nil kinds 0000000 total 055000000 To this enormous direct cost must be added the larger Indirect east That has been estimated all the tray froUi 1000000000 to 1500000 000 If we take the most conservative llpiiros and soy that the total cost of the tralllc Is JflOOOOUOOOO we yet lave a sum that Is all but unthinkable If that were saved It would give 100 per year to etch of 5000000 famllUs It would give to each of 10000t00 families d barrels of Hour 15 pairs of siloes 10 complete suits of clothing 15 buohels of potatoes and pounds of mvitt llefoie so large a distribu tion tIll problem of poverty would dis appear nn the morning mist before the July sun The cost of the rum tralllc Is ten times ns much as nil the churches of America have given for home ami foreign missions from their orpinlintlon to this hour twenty times ns much as all salaries paid for public school teachers In the United States nnd ten times as much ns Is expended for public education In all forms The drink bill would pry for all rail roadR In the United States In three and a huff years for nil farms In the state of Illinois In six months wipe out nil our national state city county nod town debts In ono year pay for all farm nnlmnls owned In the United Stntra In ten mouths and would dupll cnte nil bunk dejnwlts iiu two years Vlmt tire we getting for tmVenur mom flXIHtlIliture The salnon mud the drink Iiublt furnish the hotlud of crime In our country for 75 per cent of nil crime that curs s our laud can lie traced directly or Indirectly to rum It Is the cause of not less than J5 per cent of the jtoverty unit makes life unbrar ablo Mr Iowderly once said that ulnatenths of all the misery of the working tropic was dun to slavery to strong drink The drink habit Is re imnslbU for a large percentage of the dlwnse from which our people suffer Every physician Is familiar with n large class of alcoholic diseases We have alcoholic phthisic enlargement and feebleness of the heart epilepsy paralysis dropsy Insanity doriinge most of liver and kidneys pud a com plots breakdown of the nervous system The drink habit results In loss of acute sense of feeling and control of the body Judgment Is clouded nerves shuttered and prompt action rendered Impossible All this results In a harvest of aw ful death Such a system cannot be le galized without situ HOSPITALS GOOD RECORD Soini riunrr From llrport of a Irwptrranrr Ilitllliillon At a recent anniversary meeting of the London Temperance hospital sta titles were presented showing the remarkable progress of the Institution since Its establishment In 1873 During 1KI no less than lICJ In patients were dismissed of which number bid were dlsmUsed cured and Ij rellevwl the deaths being 107 or 8U pot cent 12KH visits hind been paid by the 0007 sew out patients while treatment had also been forded In connection with 12811 casualties The annual report says 1o recognize and rejoice In the di minished use of alcohol In most of the general of London but up to the present time the Temperance hos pital Ii the only one which not only excludes alcoholic beverages from the dietary but which also conducts the nonalcoholic treatment of diseases un der conitant sclcntlllc observation To prosecute this Inquiry Is the SIll clal work of our hospital and that It has been pursued with success may be Inferred from the fact that out of It 20 In patients treated In twentyeight years the visiting ntulT pins not consid eyed It needful to prescribe alcohol us a drug In more than 1Jft two cases tho recoveries being twenty and the deaths thirtytwo following its use Tlir IlucknlliliT Once upon u time a man who had been very upright began to lean to ward Intemperance and went trout bud to worse much to the astonishment of huts friends says a New York 1J Ild writer One very slippery day while blinding snow was fulling he was hastening along the street under the Influence of liquor when he slip pet fell on his buck and went several feet and against n brick wall with such force that the life was nearly knocked out of him I will never drunk another drop of liquor as long as I live ho said when litter n great ef fort ho had regained his feet Mural A man may bo Improved by backslid lug Law Knfurriiiirnl In Tritin i The city council of Sherman fas without u dissenting vote all members bulng present passed a resolution In structing the chief of police to enforce the law against open saloons on Sun day I OUR PREMIUM L ++ OFFERS ++ TO CITIZEN SUBSCRIBERSNo ldlldO pocketknife exact aizo of cut The blades nro hnnd forged from rnzor steel lilotested and warranted and this is as good n knife ns can bo purchased nt nuy firstclass store for seventy live couts prilf1i0rents total value l2 free by mail to OilY now subscriber for 7f cents No II A pair of best quality 7inch shears handles finely finished and jnpauned much moro durnblnthnn nickln pUlinp just tam right size shears for tho workbasket NO BETTEU SHEARS MADE priroOno cents totnl value f 110 free by mail to n tints subscriber for only 7fi cents Or if a now subscriber would liko to hnvo both shears and knife they can havo both nnd Tnt CITIZEN limn best newspaper in Eastern Kentucky for only 110 No 3 A genuine hollowground Shellleld Diamond Edge Mnher it G rosh 5100 Razor set ready for use As good n razor ns con bo sold for n dollar fully warranted in every respect We will sent THE CITIZEN weekly for one year and this extra fine rnzor by mail prepaid to n new subscriber lor only f100 A Sewing Machine Free I will give nn lptoDatl Hgld running fivn drawer drophead finelyfinished Spwingmachito free ff nil mad to nay lady who will send inn ono hundred nnd twenty 120 now paidup subscriptions to TimE CITIZEN Tho machine is fully warranted Xoinnchinn can do bettor work It isuoiso less anti ball Iwaring It is fully equal to any machine you can buyer nn agent for 15 It is n handsome durable inn proudHere lady to own n firstclass thoroughly reliable sowingmachine without nuy money outlay Send in the names with HO cents for each name ns fast ns you get them so we can bo sending the papers to the sub scriberi Wq will send you receipts for nil names and when you hnve sent in 120 names I will order the machine direct to you from tho factoryoRemember this is a firstclass drophead five drawer ballbearing noiseless sewing macbiue No machine can do better work OFFER TO OLD SUBSCRIBERS If you are behind on your subscription and will pay up arrears you may then renew for another year at tho above otTers if you so desire Still further If you want tho Flue Pocket Knife send pllYCorand the knife to you all charges paid nud iu addition I will It storyBlackOr you can have the Extra Good Shears for three names and SlfJO each now subscriber togeti Black Rock ns well ns TimE CITIZEN Or you can get tho Hollow Ground Fully Warranted Ritz or for four now names nnd S2 tho razor sent to you and tho paper to go for nyenr to tho new subscribers as well ns Black Hock These are liberal offers nnd ought to bring in n lot of now subscribers ItCIllt1I1 her These are no bargain counter goods hut goods of best luaiityfully warranted and ns good as any that cult bo in n store Tho knives shears nud razors will bo mailed direct from tho factory to you Dont delay send in your orders and tho money These offers may not bo open very long Send mouoy by money order or registered letter Address JOHN DODWELL THE CITIZEN BEREA KY lion to MHkr Salad Drpmiliii- rOnehalf tensiwon of mustard one half ttnspoau of salt a dash of cayenne two teaspoons of Hour one ten spoon of sugar yolk of one egg three ijuurters of cup of milk two tlUI 1111JredlllItN stir the mixture over hot water until It begins to thicken then stir In the vinegar a few drops at a time When ns thick as thltK cream strain and cool Love as anAntlfat Lore as an antifat seems to hnvo been very effective in the case of the Wisconsin woman who sueda man for 5000 damages because she lost thirty pounds of flesh when he married another woman A fat woman with a fickle lover may bo greatly benefited St Louis PotDispatch I1In tn FrtHlifMi million OaBollne Is excellent for cleanliiK colored ribbons that have become soiled but It makes white ones yellowish In color and docsiiot affect creases as wa ter will Ior white ribbons or those badly creased or mussed prepare a suds of soft water and any pure soap Wash the ribbons In this Just as you would wash u hue handkerchief rinse and let It partially dry Take It down while still damp In all parts and roll It smoothly over a wide card or piece of pasteboard rolling a piece of clean white muslin with It Wrap the muslin around last so that IllncoIletter press an excellent place In which to press It Leave It until It Khali have had time to dry The mutt lln will absorb tho moisture The rib lion will coupe out looking fresh and clean and will have lost none of Its life us Is tho case with ribbons which are pressed with an Iron IN1INNNN11111 N11111 NN NN iTHE HOME I LIN IIIN NHNNNNINNNNINN 11N Some Immediate Homo Remedies for Ordinary Ailments So far as medical RCIOIICO has thin covered tho host nilround euro for dyspepsia is salt and water You put n small tonspoonful of salt in n largo tumbler ns hot as you cnirswnl low nnd driuk it half an hour or twenty iiiimitoH before each meal This washes out thin stomach titan oughly Many people try the plan of drinking hot water ns n euro for stomach complaint but ns they omit tho salt the operation in not nhvayH satisfactory The plain water is rath irritating to n delicato stomach lor the addition of salt prevents the and converts tho draught into n powerful stomach stimulant Pepper proves equally valuable in emergencies Supposo ono lots n pain in tho stomach or n sinking feel ing there is nothing trotter than a small quantity of piper ii n glass of hot water With Ihn addition of sugar it forums n pleasant and stimu lating draught good for n cold and painsjtinny valuable uses As a plaster on limn client it draws thin blood from tho congested lungs to tutu skin nnd in thin footbath it draws the blood from thn lungs to thn feet Rut it in st U morn valuable nn nn emetic In thnsn days of tinned fools wo rut considerable risk of poillollingirnot to the death nt least to time point of very great this comfort A spoon Cui of mustard in u large glass of wnrm water is n splen did remedy in such cases and it also htimulnten Sugar cannot ho Iwatcu as n euro fur cold in the head It must lw very finely powdered and used as n stimuli In some way it then acts as nil ns tringent anti if used in time puts an end to the cold Eight out of ten cases of tooHiacho can ho relieved by getting some lrln1 soda bicarbonate of soda not hunk lug powder dusting it on nptrco of cotton wool and placing this in this cavity If all thin teeth ache together time Imi u ill generally nviuiij of limo mouth Ill that case dissolve the so da in warm water nud wash tho teeth with it You will ho well in an in stant If you keep licorice in the house you Imvn ono of tho very brut cures for dyspepsia A small piece of licorice slowly dissolved in till mouth covers tie stomach with n protective coat nud relieves tho pnin of inflammation cutDSICTIUN MR IIITonAllow me to speaka few words in favor of Chamberlains Cough Remedy I suffered for three years with tho bronchitis and could not sleep at nighttt I tried several doctors and various patent medicines but could get nothing to give mo any relief until my wile got bottle of this valuable medicine wh ch has completely relieved miteW S BROCKMAN Bagnell Mo This reme dy is for sain by S E WELCH JK BUY THE NI4flNESEWING MACHINE RdI Do not bo deceived by those who vertlxo n fGOIKJ Hewing Machine for 1000 This kind eta machine inn bo fought from imnrany o four dealers from UOO to 1800 WE MAKE A VARIETY THE NEW HOME IS THE BEST Tho Feed determine tho strength or weakness of Hewing Doulilo Food combined with other strong jMiIntH ninkeit tho Xuw Ifomu the lasit hewing Machine to buy Wnte for CIRCULARS lur1rnutunuutacturc uud pricey THE NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE 60 ORANGE MASS 23 Union Hq N Y hICoIIIAthuttaIs HU LouUMo ial nwTesam KruncUoo Cal FOR SALE BY SISCO COI NicboHe Ky m mviu or Till KMTI No profession hns advanced more rapidly of Into thnn surgery lint it should not be used except whoro ab solutely necessary In cases oLpilo for example it is seldom needed Do Witts Witch Hazel Salve cures quick ly and permanently Unequaled for cute burns bruies wounds ski- ndieaoe Accept no counterfeits I WOK so troubled with bleeding piles that I lost much blood and strength says J C Phillips Paris III Do Witts Witch Hazel Salvo cured mo in a chort timo Soothes and Meals For sale by East Eud Drug Co 1N1NNN1N1IN L NNNNNNNN1NNNN11111 IMPROVING SCHOOLYARDS Women Beautifying Unsightly Places In Many Towns Many branches of thin womens auxiliary of thin American Pnrk with Outdoor Art association are giving primary ntlontlon lo school surround ings Tho yards front nud rear where opportunity for improvement is are no longer left In their grnssless amid unadornedcondition says thin Now York Tribune Trees unit set along thin curb strips climb jug shrubs planted along the walls nnd flower beds laid out in artistic nrrntigomont are scattered In the 0n u spaces The result is that many of thin utmost unsightly schoolyards in various towns have become blooming and attractive areas contributing alike to tho comfort of tho pupils nnd their artistic culture The programme of time auxiliary branches is to take the worst school areas first nnd n most gratifying fact is thin interest which the children having the most Kjimlid homo con dilions haft developed iu promoting tutu improvement of time hchoolyards flea juvenile tendency to destroy things of beauty hns IKVII nosily checked so that no efforts of tho branches relative to schools hnve been waste In some iiiRtnncen prizes for too lH st looking ynrds have introduced n profitable rivnlry on the part of the schools Among the various oxjori ments tried is thin successful one of encouraging the pupils to secure shrubs nnd plntitu and Uowers for themselves and soUing hem out un den older guidance This plan has fostered n sense of ownership which inspires boys nnd girls to moro atten tion nnd rare of the improved ynrds One Instance was cited hi which thin Ikoyx with carts rid whoolhnr rows cleared a rough space of debris and with hoes and rakes leveled thin area while the girls lent their uhf in setting the vegetation for growth nnd adornment This case was rend an n text for thus topic of teaching time children to take n prominent pat in the beautifying and firoteclion of school territory The auxiliary brunches are not con lining their attention to schools They are devoting time to tin adorn moat of nooks by ale side of railways unseemly areas near factories and in fact bringing thn nhlof green nature to cover up nud to screen places that ofTeud time eye nnd de tract from the general beauty of tho town Further thn nuxiliario hero taken interest not only in matters of adornment but in things sanitary counseling witljlxnrdsof health RIll I inspiring the removal of whatever menaced tho public honltlsi IN N INN NN111111 N N N N N N N1 r THE FARM L N1111 1 APPLICATION OF MANURE The Rest Periods for Hauling and Dis tributing on the Fields Whether tint minium should to up piled in till spring or tide fall 11eptaidsiupon the character of tlui tho crop t lint is to occupy thin 1111111I Manuring in time fall in usually fol lowed hy ram or grass in the spring morn commonly corn if Ilin land huts been in clover It in nn ndvnntngn to spread iniiuuro in tho lullnn mho frost hud exposure to tIRir amid ruins convert it into n line vonditipn nnd hasten its decomposition which hit what thin farmer domes Tint hauling pan thou lx done without h hindrance tin no other fiirin work newts pressing nltentlon which tiring tae busy season of spring for ward with n heavy portion of tin work linixhiil it in feared liy some farmers tout by npijtviiig ninnuri In thn ftll hero KciitN n loss of HIII inoniii Them in no doubt of thin formation of iimmonin owing to Ilin decomposition that lakes pine limit ammonia in largely nhsorlxd by vat r which carries it downwanl nUll once it litmus IU nay into tLu soil tlin vegetable nnd mineral acids with which it comes In cnntart change the ammonia into salts which vary no cording to limo kind of acid united to it Thn salts of nmmonia do not re main fixed in character far Ixixz changeable they are rontiniially being broken into piece nudn formed by scuds stronger than thonn to which they leave Ixyn joined nnd their character it regulated by thin in gredients contained in tutu soil lime inannrn Miould Iw spread II i poll qa hunted for if left in heaps tho ruins leach them nnd thn soil will lx richer III M mn places than in others Thn soil however muni also ho taken into ooiiHderntion It is not thn letter plan to spread till mnntiro in too fall on light sandy soil that poroiiH for thn heavy minx nnd melting snows of winter will onrty away n gienl portion of It snit eau wnxln of ho soluble mibMnneea On heavy soils such BH nrn underlnid with clay tho nil nllIIlRI is to pprend in Ihn fnll limit if thn Und is rolling the mauiiin hhoutd lo plowed under in order to prevent loss Tlio plowing IxnelllM hue land by admitting thn notion of Ihn elements to n certain depth follow thn surface throws up thn cut worms to thin cold smith permits Ihn roil to lIbroken to pines nud disintegrated Tim ground ltould his left in n roughen Nlntn for limo reception of thn nmniire or elcn lw passed over with n cultiva tor afterward With thin treatment thin only work iieees tary for n corn crop law next spring in to put in the ImpICI II have experienced wonderful sult In using KipiuiH Tabu IM I wan seriously affected with indigestion and heartburn A friend Mig g stol trying Kipnns and I was surprised nt tho improvement On fusIly nnd I give Hipaus Tahulos credit for mho healthy I am enjoying can certainly recommund thom to may ono HulTuring with piilritnton of tho heart or indigestion AT DRUGGISTS- The five cent packet is enough for an ordinary occasion The family bottle six ty cents contains a supply for a year nnnnBerea College Pounded 1855 PLACES TILE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OF ALL Over 40 Teachers and 900 Students from 26 States Largest College Library in Kentucky NO SALOONS Applied Science Two years course with Agriculture for young men old Domestic Science for young ladles CmntyCurtAcademy Course Four yenrs fitting for College for business laud Sfor life Colleger UUl1rllcHIHorary Scientific Classical lending to Bacca laureate dOllroe- llrude Schools Carpentry Printing Housework Nursing two years Music Reed Organ Choral free Vocal Iinno Theory Wo are bore to hole nil who will help themselves toward n Christian edu cntion Our instruction is n free gift Students pay n small incidental fee pdyfor 4brought within 1MOO about lf lo bo in advance Tho school is endorsed by Baptists Christians Disciples Congregation nlists Methodists Presbyterians aril good people of all denominations rr mid FRIENDLY iMrcii lie WILL C GAMBLE Berea Madison County Ky F THE CITIZEN COST OF POT HABIT STARTLING FIGURcS GATHERED BY A METHOD ST ASTORI text 1rtililem u f Iovrrly Would Vnnlnli lie Sn It Liquor Traffic Wro Ullnilnnlnl Wlml the Na tional llrlnk Illll ItrprmintB Dr rotomn 11 swift pastor of the Wwtey Mfltkodtot Kplseojuil church tiptakte OH The Cost of the Ruin swipe nail the Returns Prom It MIJTho rum trafl c Is an enormous UMiHoss TIll direct cost to the people of tbt United Stnl s Is the amount ef utOHOjr spent fur luuorsthat Is for iwtlro distilled spirits V 0000000 fur ilomisttf Invr tea 10000 for domes tie wtaos SWlOOlUcXX for ImiMmed liq uors of ill kinds S20000000 total 51 OtitQOQ000 To It Is enormous direct east must IK uddol the larger Indirect cost That lugs IMIII estimated nil theI Wty ft urn SIOOUIK 0000 to 09o JtiltIlsrartum that h all hut unthinkable If tIt wre twvt It would Eire 1110I ler year to ouch f SOOOOUO It wwtM Fire to each of 10000iiOO fHiinitae 4 barrels t Hour 15 pairs otIril ms 10 annii4oi suits of cloth 15 Mil eta of xHi ovs and rOIl pounds of nifrtt Ilcfote o large a dlstrllm tliiii tli prultkmn u poverty would dls- RpI1 iir lu tla toot dug mist before the Jdi lain The lOft of the rum tralllc s tK times Rs much as nil the ella hits of Anwricn have given for Inlilt ami forflcn missions from their or iMMtlon tll Ilea hour twenty times Qtj much N8 all sa tries paid for public school teneltors le the fnlted States iMd tn times us much aw Is XIMlldcd for ml Nr ednrnt m In nil forms The ilriwU Mil Mould pay fur ell rail rwide IH tM UnlUU States III three a Uf ywirw tr for all farms In stntonf hill 9s In 4ls miitlis wile nit ur iMttoiuiL s lie city county anl town dtrw In 1nt vinr pay Cur all fpriii iiuliiiiils ottniil lu tine Inlttl Swam in tl iiiUti uml vituld dupe- cnlr111 Imiiii dcM 1s IR Iwo years N bit an we ftittittff for tills inur moss iifiiilitiiiv flit1 sulHHi lilt the think liiilili iuruM the iMttlnM of rrlitif in our enter T r 70 IMT neat of all criuii that curtr mw Innd ton In trtciil dhvctly or mlhvotly to rum It la the ouwto ef not len than 25 per cent of ili jnrt rtjr Ullt mukes life unliiar all Mr 1owdtrly once said thnt trfn tentk5 of ul the misery of the working people v is due to slavery to strung drink J1a drink habit Is re EpintiWv tar ii la to percentage of the dltiww tow which our people suffer Retry IIIIJtIkIIIH H funilllur with a hire cblfw fir alcihnlle dhseiisex We late Rteokulk jMhlslc llIhlrJlIIllItI and toelletltt of till imnlyvta itnsip lns inlty denuiKi muot of liver niul kidneys pad a com ploto hrwkdown if the nervous system The drink la lilt results In lute of arQto sense of felliiK nod control of tllo body jmlciuiiit Is rluudetl nerves tdatteral and pow uPt action rendered IIn1In5NlileAll iT iilt4 In a harvest of aw ful tmth Such a system cannot be le MIII1 ttiltiotit sHOSPITALS HOOD RECORD Sum llurOrulil ll iort of A lrutperaitr tiulllullun- At a peewit am versa ry meeting of the London Ten era 1100 hospital Htn tl4tt were presfi ten showing the re martnbli pngrest of the Institution tdaee Itc iwtuldtatM lent In 1873 During OI IHJ IlIt the i 1MW In patients meow 1letfI5sed u which number 877 were dbiiiilMiNl ex vd and 217 relieved tIle iltwthM i eliis 07 or A2 tIer cent J 3t vteltK Iwd If Hn jwld by the U007 now out MtluntK while treatment hind alw beau afforded In connection with- 12sn isnnltluK The annual report says Uo neo iitae mud rejoice In the diminished use of ntcohol In most of the genurn hospitals f London but up to the prwoiit tlmo the Tomperance hos pltHl Is the only one which not only uveludes nltnliolK beverages front the dletnry but while I also cotitlucts the uonnlcohollc treat hunt of diseases un der eo stunt scloDtlllc observation Jo prosecute ttls Inquiry Is the spe cial work of our lOMpltal and that It has been pursued ivlth success may be- informed from till tact that out of 10 24 In jmtlcmtH trt utcd In twentyeight yeN the tdslting stun has not consul med It needful to prescribe alcohol as u drug III more limn llftytwo crises the recoveries btu ng twenty and the deaths thirtytwo ollowlng Its use Tin Dl rkullilrr Once upon a tlfue a man who had 5itaul very upright begun to lean to- wardk InttmiiMfRinc and went frown bud to worse much o the astonishment of his friends unj n a New York Her aid writer One very slippery day while blinding slow was falling he was hastening nit ng the street under the Inlluenw of f juor when ho slip ped fell on his bak and went several feet and against a brick wall with such force that oho life was nearly knoakcdout of Mini I will never drink another droj of liquor us long as I live he said when utter a great of 4 fort he had regained his feet Mural A man may bo iii proved by backslid las Lou Iorjitem In Texas The city councl of Shcriiiiin Tox without u dlsseutt ig vote all members lining present scd a resolution In structing the chltj of police to enforce the law against ten saloons on Sun dAy I TOUR PREMIUM I r OFFERS TO CITIZEN SUBSCRIBERSNo pocketknife exact size of cut The bustles urn hand forged from razor steel file tested and warranted and this is as good a knife as can bo purchased at any HrstcIasH store for seventy five touts Wo will send Titr Cmzi weekly for ono year prim cents a rear nnd ono of thesn splendid knives worth 75 roils total value 1free by mail to OilY now subscriber for 7fi cents No A pair of best quality 7inch shears handles finely flinched and japanned much thorn durable than nickl ptntingjtist tin right size shears for tho workbasket NO BETTER SIlIAHS MADE Wn will send Tile CITIZEN weekly for onn 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luclns to thicken then stir III the vine mar a few drum at a time Vhun an t lick in thltK cream struln and lOOII Love at anAntlfat Love as an antifat seems to have btn very ollcctivo in the case Uio Wisconsin woman who sued nun for 5000 damages uII IO lost thirty pounds of flesh lilt married another woman A woman with a fioklo lover zany fntI giwtly bcnefltud St Louis Dispatch liner In Prpulirn nililioim Gasoline Is excellent for cleanlnR col oml rllilions that have liccomo soiled brit It makes white ones yellowish In color nail does 11ot affect creases ns wa- Iter will white ribbons or those badly or mussed prepare a suds of soft water null any pure soap Wash the ribbons In this just as you would wash ii II lie handkerchief rinse stud let It partially dry Take It down whllo still damp In ell parts and roll It smoothly over n wide card or piece of pasteboard rolling a piece of clean white muslin with It Wrap the muslin around last so that the ribbon shall lie covered and place the whole under u heavy weight A letter press Is nn excellent place in which to press It Leave It until It Khali have had time to dry The mus lira will absorb the moisture Thu rib Ion will cone out looking fresh and clean uml will have lost none of Ita life as Is the case with ribbons TtvUIeh are pressed with an iron H11fI NN N I1 NN N N N N NN N1N N N N N Some Imme late Home Remedies for Ordinary Ailments So far an medical HCIODCO has din covered tho host nilround euro for dvHpopsia is salt and water You put a small teaspoonful of salt in a large tnmliler nK hot as you catrnwal low and drink it half an hour or twenty niimitoH twiforo each tnoal Thia washes out the stnmacli thoroughly Many po plo try the plan of drinking hot water ns n ore for stomach complaint hut as they omit the salt the operation in not always satisfactory Tho plain water IB rath er irritating to n delicate stomach hnt the addition of salt prevents tho irritation and converts the draught into powerful stomach stimulant Pepper proves equally valuable in emergencies Suppose one has n pain in tho stomach or n sinking fool ing there is nothing hotter than n smith quantity of pepper ii a glass of orItill sorts of pains Mustard has many valuable uses AN a plaster ou the chest it draws this blood iron the congested lungs to the skin nud in the footbath it draws the blood from tho lungs to the feet Rut it ifit U morn valuable as an emetic In these days of tinned foods wo run considerable risk of poisoningifnot to thin depth at least to the point of very great discomfort A spoonful of mustard in a largo glass of warm water ill n splen did remedy in such cases and it also stimulates Sugar cannot IHJ hoaten as a euro fur cold in tho head It must Iw very finely powdered and used as a snuff In none way it then acts an an as tringent and if used in tune puts nu outl to the cold Eight out of ton cases oftoolhnclie can be relieved by getting sonic bread soda bicarbonate of soda not hnk lug powder dusting it on a piece of cotton wool and placing this in the cavity If all the tooth acho together the cause is generally acidity of tho mouth In that case dissolve the so da in warm water and wash tho teeth with iL You will IHJ well in an in stunt If you keep licorice in tho house you hMo one of the very best cures for dyspepsia A small piece of licorice slowly dissolved in thn mouth covers tho stomach with a protective coat and relievos tho pain of inllanimation tA COMMIMOATKIS- Ma EDITOR Allow mo to speak a few wonls in favor of Chamberlains Cough Remedy suffered for three years with the bronchitis and could not sleep at nights I tried several doctors rind various patent medicines but could get nothing to give nut any relief until my wilo got a Iwttlo of this valuable medicine wh eh completely relieved inoV S HROCKMAN Bngnell Mo This rome dy for sale by S E WRLCII JRI BUY THE iN ME SEWING MACHINE Do tint lie deceived by those who ad vertise a JO0 Sowing Machine for 1UOO Till kind ofu machine can be bouulit from us or any of our dealer from 1500 to 1800 WE MAKE A VARIETY THE NEW HOME IS THE BEST Tho red determines tho strengthor wctikncHii of Hewing Ilouhlu Feed coiiibliuil with other strong 11111114 niakes the Xuw house the best jewing Machine to buy Write CIRCULARS showing tho dir flTlllt HtylM Of Metlmg Mactltnta wo niauu acturoana jirlocn Iwroro pure bunlng THE NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE 60 GrUNGE Maaa W Union Hq N Y Chicago III Atlanta lit HU LouUSIo IkullaaTex Han Francisco Ltd FOR SALE BY SISCO CO NIcWasYlle Ky liWUi OF TIIK KNIFK No profession has advanced moro rapidly of late than surgery but it shouldnot be used except where ab solutely necessary In cases of pile for example it is Holdotn needed Do Witts Witch Hazel Salvo cures quick ly and permanently Unequaled for cuts burns brui es wounds skin diellOS Accept no counterfoils I was HO troubled with bleeding pilon that I lost much blood and strength says J C Phillips Paris IH Do Witts Witch Hazol Salvo cured mo in a retort timo Soothes and hosts For sale by East End Drug Co J NN1N1NIN11N N11N1N1NN NN111 I THE SCHOOL I LNINNN111 1N1 N1N1 IMPROVING SCHOOLYARDS Women Beautifying Unsightly Places In Many Towns Many bronchos of thin womens auxiliary of the American Park and Outdoor Art association are giving primary attention to school surround ings Tho yards front and rear where opportunity for Improvement is opoii are no longer loft In their grassless and unadorned condition says tho Now York Tribune Trees are sot along thin curb strips climbing IIhruhKUllilltl1IIlollt the Walls and lower beds laid out in artistic arrangement are scattered in the open spaces The result that many of thin most unsightly schoolyards in various towns pare become blooming situ attractive areas contributing alike to tho comfort of time pupils their artistic culture TIm programme of tho auxiliary branches to take thin worst school arena first and a most gratifying fact is thin interest which the children hltving time most Kjimlid homo con ditions hero developed in promoting time improvement of thin choolyards The juvenile tendency to destroy things of beauty has Tern easily checked so that no efforts of thin brunches relative to schools tiara bent wastoi In some instances prizes for the lIst looking yards tiara introduced a profitable rivalry on the part of thus schools Among time various fXIItri limits tried is the successful one of encouraging the pupils to secure shrubs and plants nnd lowers for themselves nod fi6 ting them out un sham older guidance This plan hits fostered a sense of ownership which umpires boys and girls to moro atten tion and care of tho improved yards One instance was cited In which thin boys with hurts and wheolbnr row cleared a rough space of debris and with hoes nnd rakes leveled this area while the girls lout their aid in setting the vegetation for growth and adornment This ease was rend ax a tort for time topic of teaching tho children to take n prominent part In the beautifying and firoteclion of school territory The auxiliary brunches are not con fining their attention to schools They are divoting time to tho adorn ment of nooks by the side of rail ways unseemly areas near factories and iu fact bringing the aid of green nature to cover up and to screen places that offend thin eye and de tract from the general Ixnuty of tho town Further tho auxiliaries have taken interest not only in matters of adornment limit in things sanitary counseling with boards of health and inspiring tho removal of whatever menaceM tho public health NNNINNIN111N1NNNN11N11N1N NN- lINNINNNIIHNNNINIINNNN1 APPLICATION OF MANURE The Best Periods for Hauling and Dis trlbutlng on the Fields Whether tilt iniiiuiro should lie ap plied in the spring or time fall tllIIIIIReoupon the character of mho soil sums W the crop that is to occupy the laud Manuring in the full is usually fol lowed by corn or grass In thin spring morn commonly corn ff ho Innd him boon in clover It is an ndvnnbigii to nprend iniinuro In mho limitas time frost and exposure to lhn nir nod rains convert it into n fine condition stud Imnlen its decomposition which ii whnt thin hummer deiires The hauling can I lion bo done without hindrance as no other hunt work needs pressing iitleiitlon which wings time buoy soafou of spring for ward with n heavy portion of the work ihiixhed It is feared hHomo farmers that by apujriug manuro In tutu flll there OCCUtS a loss Of Mill inonia There in no doubt of llio formation of ammonia owing to tlio dccoui ositton that takes pence but ammonia ill IlIrtIIIIhflOrhtocl by mat er uhich carries it downward and once it limit iU will into the soil the vegetable and mineralInchll4 with which it comma in contact change iho ammonia into suits which vary nc cording to tlio kind of acid united to it The salts of nmmonin do not ro main Ihed in character for leing changeable they Ire continually being broken into piece x tumid re formed by acids stronger than those to which they have nvn joined and their character in regulntfd br thin in gredients contained in thus soil Flit maniiri should IH spread an spout iM hauled for if loft in hemps thu rains leach thrum and till soil will Ix rich er in come places than in others Thin soil however must also bo taken in to consideration It not Iho bollur plan to spread the inanuro in the fall on light sandy soil that in JWHOUH for tutu luavynuns and melting snows of winter will curry away n great portion of It and esups waste of hue soluble substances On heavy oilllIoh an aro underlaid with clay tho nil vnntng in to spread in Iho fall but if the Innd in rolling tho inauiim hhould lo plowed under in order to prevent loss Tim plowing Ixncllls tho land by admitting tho action of Iho elements to a certain depth Ixilow the surface thrown up tho cut worm to the cold and tenuits tho roil to bo token to pieces still dixiniegratrd The ground nhoutd 1st left In n rough ftorthin only work neaessnry for a corn crop the next spring is to tint in tho flrpmtiollas well as thinning out the cutworms which is an important mailer u AiI have experienced a wonderful result In lining Ilipitns Tabu es I was seriously affected with indigestion anti hearttmrn A friend Mig gstod trying llipann and I WIIH surprised at tho Impiovement On making application a few years ago for politY of hindrance f wan ref iii ed on account of a weak heart but tho same company passel in recent ly and I give HipaiiH Tabulwt credit for tho health imini enjoying can certainly recommend them to aijy ono suffering with plantation of tho heart or indigestion AT DRUGGISTS- The five cent packet is enough for an ordinary occasion The family bottlesix ty cents contains a supply for a year Berea CollegerOil PLACES THE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OF ALL Over 40 Teachers and 900 Students from 26 States Largest College Library in Kentucky NO SALOONS Applied Science Two course with Agriculture for young men and Doni6Htic Science or you ng ladies Normal CourHOs For Teachers Throe courses lending to County Certificate State Certificate and State Diploma Academy COIIIHO Four years fitting for College for business and S I for lute ColUigtr CourHCH Literary Scientific Classical lending to Bacca laureate degrees Trade Schools Carpentry Printing Housework Nursing two years Music Reed Organ Choral free Vocal Piano Theory Wo are hero to help all who will help thoniRolveH toward a Christian win cation Our instruction is a free gift Students pay a small incidental foe to moot expenses of the school apart from instruction and must also py for board in advance KxpoiiHOH for term 12 wools may bit brought within 2400 about 15 to be muid in advance Tho school is endorsed by Baptists Christians Disciples Congregation 0 alists Methodists Presbyterians and good people of all doiiominatiou- BF rid FRJENDIV tiinu ttt WILL C GAMBLE Berea Madison County Ky I A THE CITIZEN TIlE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON XI THIRD QUARTER INTER NATIONAL SERIES SEPT 14 Tent of HIP Irauu Drill xss II n Mrmiirr Yrrr 11 112oldrnrral I Juliii v aCuuuarnlnry Iriimrrd b llrv II M Mpiirim Copyright by American Press ABSO elation Itll Tho word la very nieh unto thee In thy mouth unit in thy heart that thou muyrst tlo II Ho fortHaw that they would wander trove llliu and be ncuttercd among oth IT tuition nod lie here Instruct thiin what to tlo In such n wine dud what lie would do when they returned to Him with the whole heart In tlirao opening verses of our lesson He tens them that the means of their restora Butt did not have to Bought In hcuv ell our nt the elide of the enrth hut was alwayii nigh thins Joel chose them to be u righteous piople Ho Him self being their rlfjhteoutmcn It they wandered from Him Silo unrighteous there wax no way tor them but to return to Him from whom they wnndijrcd An uncnolnted eye would out nee the depth and remirrrctlon of Christ In these word but that In what luul by tht Spirit saw here when ho quoted those words In Itoiu I OS when he was retting forth that Chrlt U tho und of the law forrlghteouniu to every one that bellevetb When we Maud with Uod und see from Ills- Btandluhtt we see H In way of right eousness net forth everywhere from Gun Ill 15 SI on to Her v t 10 and utitvnrd and U Ii always llla own work and His own work alone by which He brings jxople near to tutu or restore them when they wander away from Him II t oomniattd thee thus Jay to love the Lard thy Owl to walk In llli ways and ID knit Ills commandments Tile the Spirit says through Moses U life and good frtiltfulness and blow lug mid He faithfully wut It before them that they might choose the right way Thus also did Joshua before ho left them urging thew to finir the Lord und Mrvv lull and yet telling them to make their choice Juah xxlv II 16 and encouraging them to n right tied slop by telling them how he had de cided whatever they might do Ito righteousness which Is required Is to love the Ixird our God with nil our hiwrt and oul nud strength nod our neighbor nil ourself Iuke x 7 18 and until this Is done either ty us or for tm by another wo are unrighteous and cannot Inherit the kingdom 1 Cor vii ItIll but the grace of Gal takes such unrighteous ohe sued wakes them rlghttHiUH with Ills own righteousness II U Ye shall survly perish lie plainly forewarns them that If they turn awny from Uod and worship outer godn this Is what will happen not because their Rod denlred It but IjovniiHo It they rerufttil Ills love and tho only way of life there was nothing for them but perishing because of their own willfulness See tie strong words concerning Gods unwillingness to have one jterUh In Usek xvlll 23 pUIIII 11 John III 10 II Pet III love of God fur time wandering nod the lost In Gen Ill when He sought out Adam and Kvc In the tsau tlful storks of Luke xv us well os In all His dealings with Israel and re member that He nays I am the Loup change not Jesus Christ the same yomtirdjiy today and forever Mai III t Hub illl SI l Jd lie Is thy lift and the length of thy days Nut anything apart from Him not anything we can do but He Himself In our life and there In no life ajwrt from Idol The Now Testament makes tuU wi very plain In such piiftsngcHUH I Jolinv 1112 Col Ill 4 John xir1andi the Old Testament varies not this souls cry In such words these My soul thlrsteth for Gad for the living God Whom have I In heaven but Thee And there lit none UIMIII earth that I desire beside then Tho Lord U my ortlon wtlth my soul IM sill Ixlll 25 Laud III 211 One can not rend tutu chapter from which our lesson Is taken without noticing tho frviiuont reietltloii of the name the Lord thy God not lees than fifteen tliuui Then If the previous chapters have bout rend there will come to mind these words That thou macst pear this glorious and tearful name the Iord thy God In xxvlll OS nod there will doubtless come to mind chapter v Q 7 an the reason why they should obey nUll serve tutu Rut they did Riot know Him they did not believe HU words nod so they wandered IsraelM need Is our need und that Is to see our utter help kssiiLSH to keep Gods holy low thou to see Him who mild Thy law Is within my heart I delight to do Thy will 0 my noel and receiving lulus rest In Ills righteousness This for our redemption thou for the dully life He who redeemed us must live In us aid u we let Him save without any works of ours we west let Him work in us lath to will and to do of Ills good pleasure working In us that which U well pleasing In Ills sight 1hll II 13 Hob sill 21 Only we live Ills great love to us will wo be constrained to yield our whole being to Him In glad surrender As Dr Murray says we must become better acquainted with Jesus Christ In hens ch for us The knowledge of the great IICHS and glory of Jesus the secret of a strong and holy life Thin know edge cnn be found only In the word of God Interpreted to us by the Holy l Spirit but the Holy Spirit cannot pos sibly Mead Into the power nod tho blessing of GodH word unless with our whole heart we hearken to Ills voice Jesus Himself wild The words that I spent unto you are spirit and are life John v 03J MNOKIUNfl HIIMMKK CUMIN Dont lot a cold run nt this season Summer colds are tho hardest kit d to euro and if neglected rnny linger along for mouths A long siege 110 this will pull down tho strongest count ttitiou Ono Minuto Cough Cure will brook up tho attackat once Safe sure nets nt once Cures coughs colds croup bronchitis rill thront anti lung tr tibles Tho children like it For wile by Kant Und Drug C i i 0 9Y MLT NEB LATE U p Or PRIG 110- 9Mhrk left Uncle Daniel chuckling on leis barrel nnd strolled about thn ground Presently ho found hinuelf walking near tho front of tho house The mother nnd daughter sat on tho amidrrnudn v the daughter cumo down the steps and advanced to where Mark was loitering Mamma says that if you like you may she would Ut pleased to have you come up und sit on tho veranda Thank you Mark was about to lift Ills lint In his usual deferential man nor but suddenly remembered that he was not supposed to bo a gentleman Ho followed the girl up to the veranda and slue placed u sent for htm near where they were sitting Your brother is a good deal younger than you said the mother when Mark was seated Oh yes maam ho ls ten year youngerYou dont resoluble each other at all You mire light and ho is dark So we dont Jakoyi my stepbrother you know You didnt tell us that remarked the very thoughtful of him said MU Laura considering ho is only your stepbrother Waal maum Im very fond of him alt tho same He seems to bo a jwcullar child Vas Jukoy ho is peculiar very pe culiar IIIHHIII You haven told us your name yet1 said the soother Slack Im Fanner Slacks son How many field hands does your father ownT Father ho dont own no nigger at all Were jest only i oor whites Youre very frank about it said Laura Waal there nlnt no use waken pur tensions Ami you go to Chattanooga tomor rowr naked the mother Yos mnnmi callato ter do some trnden thar And you will retum title wajT I reckon Ill be along hyar In a few days The mother continued tho pumping process fur awhile but whether she made no progress or whether Mark succeeded In establishing himself In her confidence she arose and walked with nil tho stutelineM of a southern high born matron into the house There she resumed the book she hind been reading earlier in the evening rinil bright star Is fhrtlP Mark hud kept up his atuutned char actor very well during her presence Now tint he was left alone with the daughter ho was put to n much severer test The girl had Mincthing of tho stateliness of her mother that state llness hind appeared in her mothers youth Murk had boon so used from his childhood to meet n retined bearing with ono equally refined that ho found it dif ficult to avoid doing lid now Dont you love to look at tho stars Mr Speck asked tho young lady Waul yns Miss My nunio Is Laura Fnln I hey always been fond o tho science jf He paused ho suddenly remem bored that poor white trash were not usually versed in any of tho sciences Astronomy eho supplied Waal yns How did you como to leant astrono injf Oh dont know uothon bout it ho Biiiil quickly hearn n man at Jasper tnlkon onto lie said H heap o quar things What bright star ia that pointing Vonus I reckon wonder how far it Is from us she sail musingly Venus Why Venus is glxtyeight millions of miles reckon I happen to know thats a correct an swor Murk suddenly bccnmo conscious of lowing forgotten hlniHolf Ho recollect ed his critical position and resolved to proceed with greater care Hoy fur is tho moon asked Miss Fain Thu mooud u hundred million miles reckonOh Youro far out tj tho way there Its only about two hundred and forty thousand tulles Waal now cxalaimed Mark In well feigned nurprtao Slit looked searchingly at him but Mnrk looked as if he had simply received an interesting piecu of information Do you like poetry she usked chang log tho subject- Solnuat My favorite poet is Tennyson Is ho yours toor This was dangerous ground for Mnrk Ho had n special fondue for poetry nnd was inoro likely to betray lilmsulf on this than on any other subject No hu said I love Shelley host Why Mr Slack how can you under stand Shelley I cant Waal he is kinder obncurelike Do you remember anyof his jiooms If you do would like to hear you npent It Waal I mought givo you n few litmus of tho Ode to tho Spirit o Nature Mark Please tloIOdo to with n beautiful girl beside hits tho halt moon sinking in tho west unit all stature in repose ho momentarily forgot his asmimed character entirely He begun Intending to give only n few hue nod not to forget his dialect but the spirit of nature was in him as well as in tho poem and by the time he hind re cited n few lines he was all oblivious to the character of Slack tho farmers son RS if he had been tho pout himself Sad denly he awoke to the consciousness of having given the whole in huts not ural tone nnd with hU ordinary accent Mr Slack said Ida listener when he hind finiiihed did you learn that frown a mats in JaKllt- JriNonoIwnal ho stammered rend it in a book Ho stole a glance at his companion but failed to detect any unusual oxproit sion on her face Ho took courage What do you raise ou your planta tlonr she asked Oh wo put In sotto potatoes am corn and straw this year StratvT No no not straw Mark was us little conversant with tho farmers art as ho was familiar with the poets I mean hay Tho girl looked at him and smiled The wheat was all gotten in wirly this summer am toldIho remarked casually Yus wo got in ouni early Wo jest finished up before kern away Why Mr Slack Murk knew that ho led blundered again Wheat is gathered in July she in formed the young farmer mean the corn ho said wildly Tho corn tOmes later It is ripening nowMark felt it was all up with him no far as deceiving MM Fain as toIda being n farmer but ho struck out boldly to undo homo of the mischief Waul you see Miss Fain to toll the whole truth dad ho dont reckon much on my fnrmen Ho says oughter bo u jwrjeiisor or homepn o that eOrt A gentleman for instance Mark made no reply For tho first tine ho detected irony in her tone Mr Slack if that is 1111ol1r name which I dont believe you are certainly not very complimentary to my sense of perception How 8Or In trying to make mo think you are not an educated gentleman Mark saw the futility of keeping up the sham with Miss Laura Fain any longer Ho resolved to give her so much of Ills confidence M WM necessary to keep her from betraying hint if indeed hu could do to at all Ills manner and his torte changed in a twinkling I will be frank with you am not what have protended hint I nut not hero to injure you or yours Who are your Sho spoke with u certain severity tlmt chic hind not shown before cannot tell you My secret in nut my own Are you n Union tnnnr Yes A northerner Yes but let that Bufflco You would regret it It should con lido anything moro to you Yet from this brief interview have learned to trust you sufll ciently to placo my life in your keep hug She thought a moment A faint shud der parsed over her I dont want to know your secret Will you tell your mother what you have discovered asked Shark anxiously Not for worlds You susjiect Ho paused and looked at her inquiringly- Yes yes Dont say spy more Dont breathe another word Only go away from here as soon ns jwsslble I shall go tomorrow morning shall always hold you in grateful ro membrunco You are n splendid a lovely woman owe you Yes yes go go early She rose and went into the honso In u few minutes u colored pay came out nUll told Mark them ho would show him to his room AH Murk hind been there before ho knew thU meant that ho was expected to retire for the night As ho went by the parlor ho glanced in Tho mother wit by u lamp on u center table reading Miss Fuins fuco was also bent over u look It was white ns tho margin of tho page she pro tended to read CHAPTER V QUHUOUS 1KIIFIDY When Murk went down stairstho next morning followed by Jukey they wero invited into tho breakfast room Laura Finn was there but leer mother was not Shirk looked nt Laura but xho avoided his gaze Ho asked after her mother Mamma scarcely over guts up to breakfast situ suit us sue pound out u substitute for coffee During tho meal she soul but little and that was only on commonplace sub jests Sho seemed to have moro on her mind thau the soldier who was taking =hut life in his Imnds and sindfuHfly avoided looking nt him it till Jnksy situ heartily ii irk tMtleail him ontlng with his knife nnd othecwiso ilU playing his humble uriic n while be ww- himself eating lllie n jmltmwn lie thought thud it wnslNckr Sirs Iulii WM not nt the talita After bmikfn Stark followed hta hostoM tlinniKh n dour atmlHg Into n sitting room on the OJIJT site it i of tlw hull from tine pHflor- MiM FiHhtSHid know Uwll the station of your fats hand nunthani oustoiiM mit to accept 1 gilt the ka pitnlity yon have al1us ml I eau only uxpriiM my ilstehteclnes unit the hope that HIIIIO day the war nut he olr mind ono curie down her t nitd show my gratitude for Homothirg nf far IHOIH mihnuiit to me thou II II ghtsj loA ttg- He pauctxl and hut lidded May Iask u 1IIIIItIf Aro yell a Union or n Confederate girlT Confederulo Murk IcNiked at list n tnnrfly I inferred from nth t yeti mhi liMrt night that you will not bottiiy IM hi lI1l1ot Rut you think you oaght to I d- oiark stood gttrtutf t her MM WH lr king out of thus rtnd Mr with a bran Ui l reselat Miss Pain he MdI you tray lie doting wrong you imiy Its HukHg right At any rate you are net Mg the port at n womnn and this sat snkso 7410 tw my eyw thus loveliest woman that Mn The words were scan sly spobeN when the nuisclcH of the girl uses co ilrnr l into anoxllrtwa4atuf ho ror Mark coald not undttrstniHl why hit speteh had to nffectwl her Tine natal si HHoeitMiutyof his KMlUon iniilleil M n to look about him for the ontite Oil acing out of the front window lie tuw n1 sffloer In gray uniform on botsolnictc Ii list nut of ivseh frig down tu open the g itm Xnf ifi tt VM r n1 tin wild Come quick ulif nulil wiimu hill nrmo MMII IIM 81w diwMtt know Oh what shat we dor Mnrk took her by UK load sad iaM to her coolly hat iaul JnUtIl Jnhoy for me nUll ve will U h go down solo anti from there to tl r bum We can then go out without in Miing thte oftUw fur Iw in doobtl s lug III There to no t iwoi l danger W ehall IHWJI 4enty of HoldiorH Iwfow we r turn She how ont of then IHH to Uwl JHbey Whims she was gone Jiirk wsiicitwl the appnmciiiiiK horMMim t He was it fine Kieoimun tlf n Months ii umii toll slender with long WRI k hair inutnehe mind gostee sal n Iliu block eye He looked us he oniiie riding up the road wny the iniiursonaU n of till uUi ru tleutllllUlIlI Before hu hind dlbtiii ntiteil Murk mind Jnkoy were on their u jy to the tiara Liiuru 1I1111tIlflOtl tltl frost dos fast M the ofllcer was coin tug up the 4ef18 Why Canterun site uxulahned how did yon get UWH T thought HJ told me you were tn ofilccr of tin guard today persuaded my fri nut the adjutant to detail unother minis Wan there u i eciH ruisuiiy Certainly posliii sly aMildntitjiid it mother tiny tat to me yea ellswe urn momontarily e i cliiig orders to cross to this sidouf tin river lint you will be m aror to us thus wont OUr am ufnild not hiwe on this side well out stop noiire ttuin Dating or foes We may jots Unlnnul Purr at near Sparta or wherever he niuy tae doublluss Mimowbere in tie unwHyN roar He seldom trot lM the Yunbew in front nut you are nut lUtoirlng my durllng und you are ptla You are suit HIT Certainly not You are norry thou cume Why Cawurvm w do you menus You know I always w tut you tv runic She IliAtho way ititthu MttiiiK rimiii from which Mark lUll diMippenrtHi but a tomato befurv a minute it u lung while Boiiictiiuea M X Fnin emrlei nnd recoivwl the goer owe Kracimiitly- Ciiituin Ciimerun filE Hugh wets u young Virginian u gr iduato of the V III versity of Virginia lit r school the sea of wealthy parents w jtMt ucreM anal its goes were numbered ky tlHHiMiudii He had known the Iuii s Iwforo tilt WKr Mm Fnin having bee barn nisi tvarwl in the Old Dominion During a visit of Laura to his pxxgdu shortly liefure the brvsiking out of liontil Men he Imil fallen in love with her had rtftIllt1 HIH was accepted Uoth fnuidloa being sorer able the two were tJlftlrt1 to lie mar tied This is tin unexpec od pluutmro oup talus fiiild Mrs Fuin did not KUpporo I could get uway toilny Everything is un xpeutwl in tit eo times We never kite r who is oomiiM to us Lust night IdUIlt inieMly for four that wo hurbored n guerrilla in the houseHow is tlmtr UbiiMl Cfiirtuln Pita Hugh Whore are the title agent Lnumf I think they are go tu iimtnmii A countrymuu und hula llttto brother said Mm Fuiu to the captain Laura =then Hltt htm qdto n gcntlonmn for one en p orly dressed Uut I aliniiged my mind inatniim MM mint quickly ml wlmt was the oouuMoti of so Md m u lioulevurnOinuntJ IISkOll tint tt u 10bywhy when wo wore sitting on t e vernndii utter you went in moon inn t tiling nn tho vomndn with n cools tiyi su exclaimed the lover tell yes mamma mM to inxite Mm up lint Will gtitng to any L OKS invuntivo powers hud gained Utiiil to not by tie interruption fees lout hu wiiN only an igiionint fan tsr after nil for asked him how fur ho luiMin was unit he wild he reek rash it wnsii hundred million milos that diM nt prove anything Fitz Until nuimrkwl dont liellere theres an inusr in my regiment knows tlmt lint it bttuomeg us to lw very careful The romiimiidlng goi eml hits made it kilO ii nnolHoiully through his staff otii can ithnt he in UllltclllllrdOllrflus of cur- esltl sg Ills intention Otto ally trat ktg for oven a day ut Chattanooga iHiK It frugtrnto all his plans If tho OHei y knew that wo are concentrating lieu und how sunk wo are there nt jitw lilt lio would or nt least ho should osa down with n large forco and drive IMS nth A rouldedax1irPMMioi crossed Luurnit fits rjideedr said Sirs Fain Il1li not were ot that Suppose tho young nmi wits n spy t aniuron wild Laura wish you wor dut tulk M to iimmiim Situ will bo s Hn iime of ovory poor beggar that awkiMCnist The minis mime wus Slack The tart plenty of Slacks among the 1l1OIJwhltw about hero I have u sick nut 1y of that nuioe on my lintide now nut toile tho road lUll the fellow goner asked Fitz IlH think would liettersee tutu tlone of course lien gone said I uwtn with n heuving lasoai Ihero iW lie y lit was to Chattanooga wild Fll mount nod follow gullIjMM4 P evertnko him on yonsense said Laura yo have kept nwiiy from mo for u wee Iand now you are going ns boou u yeti a come lIut my Burling would you have HIIf HMHtKl have yon Htaywhero you uro nwlt M IL Fait sewing that moue cool I wits eels wisely withdrew AuA what sweetheart lell me what love to hear sliuwiid tinllold you that HI often you should- tort jiuly be tired of it by this time fz hush looked immiringlT Into her fftot its he siiHiottieii bjiok her hair Ho WM liiteil to these r quests to repent his MewtamxM of atrection but there wns n m frous Moinothing nimiit his llanceo this liHinititf that jutazled him ft buck was tiiwurd the window wht she facing it Suddenly site elawjed her urine tightly uronnd him iiu go itt i onnl slit said affect IHK plnyful tune Khy Litunt what does this mean he silted astonished bus dont love mo sho whined ifjove you potl You know do- then why do you not s- olot law Mhos utter coin any moro but you wan Ui go right n11- UtllwlIthourt1 halfdrawn kisses for exclamation iohitslonly intend wing gone u little while rr you once start out to follow some bodl you dont know nnythiiig about uull bo gone nil duty mid then youll bo ordi teed away and mnybo Ill never see you any more Never was n lover moro charmed at steel etldeiice of womans ulTection nndI sieves hut tills lover loss cause to chNitaisl nt the evidence of his hold apex Lniim Fuin Hud Cnptniii Fit llHjJi soon wheat Lnuni Fain saw rout tiie moment site put her antis nroimd llliu und held his Ixick to the window jLUrfc nnd laktiy going down the wulk to tutu gatelie wiiuld have tii woman thy name Is oxclllllllllI in wonmn the tll1l wooi1 Imo responded thy iinme IolllrI deal perfidy but how glorious thy fidy rICHAPTER VI IN TIIK KXHJIYB LINKS Wur IIIHI 11 llicifiltl uhlnhcrril ferru ism the crisp fro tlullnr itilc h key wiiil Murk its they Passel bo hinil trees thud hid theta from the house Isnt like that officer coning to the Fuluplniitntion just ut this tluua Therell start bo home muntion of und it is piasutlde hu may wnnt to hate n look ut iw You know Jukey were only lxwr moiUM iieople und dont want to bo IIlIlrd1It VSe nlnt got our store clothes on und kmt wunt tor miiko no ncipiuint anoH Jnkuy observixl solumnly link hud noticed Luuni Fuinu ugitn tkm vhon alto oiiught Bight of the otlicer nt this guile nnd knew there WUH good rent Ii for it He did not four thut she woulj botniy him Intentionally but thut she i light led to do MI row her very anxit y to keep hid secret onIme nrst cninon wo get Jalngr take to the wtvds We told then ftwere going to Chnttmiooicn spud If this ofllcor takes it into his arijtecrmin Itewi to escort till with truo southern pulls ness u pjirtuf the wuy hell etrpoct tIP Mini as on the hnUnnoogn hike N twuuVlut Iw perdue fo ter Kit in his way They hud gomi butt n tHtlln ri Mitcc when thug come to ererk Casni a a wnyfnror they test toW themthrsgle Moccuxin whip The rend unsxrl it n somuthhiK lietwwin n hoedand a eul vert Hark led tie wily from tin matt up the vroi k mimI begun lu clinili tin hills on which there was mifliriour growth of timber motion ftincfulniPiit Fur nil hour he trudged nlntK with lJaooInnd kept his sturdy little ltpat M well nt work that tie never onto fit behind hie comiKinion At hiht they enmu to n hut ooutipleil by nn old imgro I TO BE COIfTtlftnmI A SAII IIISAriMIINTMIlX- TIneirwlivn liter medicine is n dig nppointmu I1111 you dont want to purge str h nod break tho gliiudH of thin frtinmeli fund h wols DeWitts Little Early HiKer sorer disappoint They cliiins the system of all r amid putrid mutter and rio it MI tluUyIthat one nn joys rh pleasnul eiru dH r They an a ionic to the liver Ctito biliotiMtiexs toijiid liver nnd prevent fever For snlo by End Knd Drug Co Necessary Expenses for TwclcWceksSclwnl Iersnu woo Iwnt Iliomujlvr HOI sjira4 nteliorllnlrosnnychacoiSa1tigaxgessisi ItjMjiUi have llltlt cum raoii y for ute tak and other things Suit Utf nawuary- e1Ieww nn only tt follows To pay the Ot day LAWM now saw Fw I 4 II to 1clflllwt vm tir stout fffitttHMl Jill PctHxH in t fII Fut feel rFirst MiMilliii Hmuil s tI eeltxieetxleatlustilugzti 100 bin fkwal is- neglnulugddluflied t w 1Oa II ra Jri e- aeriI Deposit rtiuroed 100 t to Tutiil nuxpeur IC reks 37 7 Oil For those loI9W A premolar lH U eK Inc took mil Jl front IneldouUl tN tr the ota otily MaiSO When tour Rtrln room tORetbcr wei mvw til or mon on rain at 11111 nukdiff Itw uSe tny Hjno if class d below A Orirai UM m and fuel oust om ft liar sore In the wtidcr legs Two riMin for hiniMkwiiliie with dove ere ran imially he reined for fnHa ti to M term Tim price tif n MR calf K Illtlii tuiKlwik urn few hoiuctpuu eorrraswill gin trrni nf ficliiNil which will change nitn wlioln life fur Ilte betted A WeakStomach Indigestion Is often caused by over eating An eminent authority says the harm done thus exceeds that from the excessive use of alcohol Eat all the good food you want but dontover 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 wholesomo tonics Kodol contains soon restore heal th Dieting unneces ear Kodol quickly roievcs tho foul of fulness and bloating from ling some people suffer after meals Absolutely cures Indigestion Kodol Natures Tonic OoOlllclllOoIII n Three Years in Richmond Ami out of nil tho sot of teeth tint IIUVB lIou mode sit my olllio if there in one sot or any sots that show any defects I will iniiko u now set free 11e are tnnkin the best nut of teeth in the world fordS7M nml if defects show in years wi give you a now sot free This applies to all the tuoth I have tniulii or am going to uinkt thn best alloy fills in tho world at 7fi cents DR HOBSON Dentist Permanently located in tho Hobsor- Duilding next door to Oov eminent Building Richmond Kentucky Reference Richmond National Batik Speoinl Prier to Students srirrin INT IIVK co AIM When a child I burned my foot frightfully writes W II Ends of Jpuesvillo Vn which caused hrrl ble leg sores for ao years but hock tens Arnica Salve wholly mired mi after ovorything olco failed Infalli bio for Burns Scalds Cuts Sores Bruisos nod Pilot Sold by Host land Drug Co for tJ5c THE CITIZEN TIlE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON XI THIRD QUARTER INTER NATIONAL SERIES SEPT 14 Teat of Ilio Inion Drill ISa 1I 2O Mriiiurx Vrmm 11 III Kulilrii IVxt J nil ii v ICouuurntnry Irrimrrd by Itrv U SI tlrnroa CopyrlKht 1902 by Aincrlccn Presapuaeo Iclntlunj nigh unto lhee In thy mouth mill in thy heart that thou ntaycat do It Ill forinuw Unit they would wander from lulu mid be Hcattiriil nmonj oth IT nation and IK IIITC limtructH them what to- Ile do In HUCI a cam mil what would do whun they returned to Him with tint whole hunrt In tinno opt Itng verses of our lesson Ho tolls them that the iiuium of their restore taut did not unvuto besought In beav in our nl the ends of thu earth hut was always nlkh thorn Cod chosen thoin to ho rlKlitcou Hi pli Ho Him Nutt bulllJ thtlr rluhtcoiiaiKnM If they WHiidiTitl from Him Into unrighteous niHH there was no WilY for them but tai return to Him from whom they wund rtnl An uncnolntvd eye would nut HW the death nnd rcHtirrvctlon of Christ In tliiiM words but thnt In what foul by tin Spirit saw hero when ho iiuotttl tliiMW words In Rout x 08 whun he was netting forth that ClirUt U the end of the Inw for rlKblfouHiatis to every tub that bollimth When we stand with Goo and sew from HU Btun lMlnt wu see JlIII way of right Net forth everywhere from Otii III i521 on to Itov v 0 10 and oiiwarUaiid it UnlwayM ills own work nnd HU own work alone by which Ho brings people near to Him or restores tbvui whoa they wander away from Him IA II I command thre thli day to love thl lord thy Uud to walk In HU nays anIto liMp flu commandment Thus the Spirit cayi through Moses If life and goon frultfulueia cold blew lug mud lie faithfully set It before thittji that they mlKbt choose the right wny TlniM cue did Joihtm before ho left them urclnc theta to fear the Lord and curve Him and yet tullliic them to mako their choice Josh zilr M Id amid encouraging them to a right duel slop by tvllltiK theta how he had de cided whnlever they might do Tho rlKhteoumieni which U required U to love the Loan our Goo with nil our heart mid noul Stud HtrtniKth And our neighbor an ounclf Luke x 27 SI and until hue U lone either by us or for tin by another Wo nre unrighteous and cannot Inherit the kltigdnm I Cor vl Ulli but Hie grace of hill takes such tinrtghteotu ones and uuikcs them righteous with Ills own rlghteouxuess- II U Ye shall surely rwrlflk- He plainly forewarns then that It turn away from led and worship oilier gods tide Is what will happen not because their Cud desired It hut because It they rerund Ills love and the only way of life there was nothing for thorn but rlshlng bvcnuse of their own will tll Set the strong words concerning Cols unwllllngntss to have any one perish In Kzek xvlll 23 p xailll 11 John III 10 II Iet III 0 See the love of God for the wandering and the lust In Gen Ill when He soughUout Wan and Eve In the beau tlful stories of Luke xv as well as In all hits denllngs with Israel and roo member thnt lie says I am the Lord I chance not Jesus Christ time name yesterday today and forever Mol alt 0 huh x1118 P 11 Ma U thy life and the length of thy days Not anything apart from Him not anything wiv can do but He Himself Is our life lUul there Is no life impart from hums TIll New Testament makes this very plain In such pannages I John 11 12 Cot IIIJ John xlv11mud the Old Testament varies not for heir the souls cry In such words an these My soul thlrsteth for Goo for time living IntlVhum have I In heaven but Thee And there Is none upon earth that I deslro beside thee Tho Lord Is my portion salth my soul 111 xlll 21x1112 Lam III W One cnn not rend the chapter from which our lesson Is taken without noticing tho frequent re etltlon of tho name the Lord thy God not less than fifteen times Thou It the previous chapters have been rend there will come to mlnJ these words That thou mayest tear this glorious and tearful name the l orU thy God In xxvlll C3 and there will doubtless come to mind chapter v 0 i us the reason why they should obey and serve Him limit they did not know Him they did not believe Ills words and so they wnndcred Israels need Is our need anti that Is to see our utter help lessneHs to keep Gods holy law then to saw Him who said Thy loW Is within my heart I delight to do Thy will 0 my God and receiving Him rest In Ills righteousness This for our redemption then for the dally life He who redeemed us must live In us and us we let Him save us without any works of ours we must let Him work In us both to will nnd to do of Ills good pleasure working In ua that 11vhleh Is well pleasing In Ills sight II 13 Heh xlll 21 Only as wo see Ills great love to ua will wo bo constrained to yield our whole being to Him In glad surrender As Dr Murray says we must become better acquainted with Jesus Christ In bony en for us Tho knowledge of the great ness and glory of Jesus Is tho secret of n strong and holy life This knowl edge can be found puffy In the word of God Interpreted to us by tho Holy 1 Spirit hut time Holy Spirit cannot pos sibly lend us Into the power amid tho blessing of Gods word unless with our whole heart we hearken to ills voice Jesus Himself will The words that I speak unto you aro spirit and are life John v 03 j t LINGIHtINU SUMMER COIIIH Dont lot n cold runs at this season Summer colds nro tho hardest kit d to euro nud if neglected may linger along for mouths A long siege ko this will pull down the strongest const tutiou Olio Minuto Cougli Cure will bronk up thu attnekat once Safe Hiiro acts at OIIPO Cures coughs colds croup bronchitis nil throat nUll lung tr uhles The children like it For milo by East Und Drub Ci O O W FLMIICHEI Ella ijfc wfcj AsM OOPYBiaHTBrAMIRICANPRlllASlOCIATIONUOJ AFark left Undo Daniel chuckling on his barrel and trolled about tin grounds Presently ho found himself walking near tho front of tho house Tho mother unit daughter sat on tho veranda In tho moonlight Presently time daughter clime down tho steps and advanced to where Marie was loitering Mamma says that If you like you lIIo8hu would bo pleased to have you como up and sit on time veranda Thank Joni Mark was about to lift his lint in Ills usual deferential man nor but suddenly remembered that he was out supposed to be a gentleman Ho followed tho girl up to tho veranda and she placed a seat for him near where they were sitting Your brother Is a good deal younger than you said tho mother when Mark wasseatedOh maam ho Is ten years younger You dont resemble each other at nil You are light and ho Is dark So we dons Jakcys my stepbrother you know You didnt tell us that remarked tho very thoughtful of him wild ails Laura considering he U only your stepbrother Vnnl manni Im very fond of him all time while He seems to bo A peculiar child Yas Jakoy ho Is peculiar very pe culiar IIIUIII- IIYolIllIIIIt told us your name yet said the mother Slack Im Fanner Slacks son How many Held hands does your father ownr Father he dont own no niggers at all Were jest only poor whites Youre very frank about It said Laura Waal there aint no use makeu pur tensions And you go to Chattanooga tomor Cowl asked the mother Yas maam I callato ter do some trader thiir And you will return this wayT reckon Ill bo along hyar In a few days The mother continued the pumping process for awhile but whether she made no progress or whether Mark succeeded In establishing himself in her confidence she arose and walked with all tho stateliness of n southern high born matron kilo the house There she resumed the book she laud been reading earlier in the evening What bright star tt thW Mark timid kept up his assumed char actor very well during her presence Now that tie was left alone with tho daughter he was put to a much severer test The girl had something of tho stateliness of her mother as that state lines had appeared in tier mothers youth Murk had been soused from his childhood to meet a relined bearing with one equally refined that he found it tilt ficult to avow doing so now Dont you love to look at tho stars Mr Slack asked tho young lady Waal yn Miss My name is Laura Fain I heY always been fondo tho science DP He paused he suddenly remom bered that poor white trash were not usually versed in any of the sciences Astronomy sho supplied Wnalyas How did you como to learn astrono nyCOh I dont know nothon bout it he said quickly I hearn n man at Jasper tnlkon once He said a heap o guar things What bright star Is that pointing Venus reckon wonder how fur it Is from us she said musingly Venus Why Venus Is sixtyeight millions of miles reckon happen to know thats a correct an swer Murk suddenly became conscious of having forgotten himself Ho recollect ed his critical position and resolved to proceed with greater care How tar is tho moon asked Miss Fait Tho moons u hundred million miles reckon Oh no Youre tar out tf tho way there Its only about two hundred and forty thousand miles Waal now exclaimed Mark in well feigned surprise She looked senrchlngly at him but Mark looked as if he had simply received an interesting piece of information Do you like poetry she asked chang ing tho subject Someat My favorite poet is Tennyson Is ho yours too This was dangerous ground for Mark Ho hind n silecial fondness for poetry and was more likely to betray himself on thiii than on any other subject No ho said I lore Shelley best Why Mr Slack how can you under stand Shelley cant Waal hffis kinder obscurelike Do you remember any of his IlOCms If you do I would like to hear you repeat It Waal I mought givo you n few lines of tho Odo to tho Spirit o Nature Thence tlo Mark would have done well to let tho Odo to tho Spirit of Nature alone limit with a beautiful girl beside him tho halt moon sinking in time west und all nature in repose ho momentarily forgot his assumed character entirely He began intending to give only n few lines nnd not to forget his dialect but time spirit of nature was In him as well as In the poem and by the time he land recited a few lines ho was as oblivious to tho character of Slack tho farmers son as If ho had been tho poet himself Sud denly he awoke to tho consciousness of having given time whole poem in his Rat ural tone and with his ordinary accent Mr Slack said huts listener when he hind finUhed did you learn tint front n maim In Jasp- erNonolwaal stammered I read It in a book Ho stole n glance at his companion but filed to detect any unusual expres sion on her face Ho took courage What do you raise on your planta tion she asked Oh wo put In sonic potatoes am corn and straw this year StrawNo not straw Mark was as little conversant with tho tanners art Mho was familiar with tho poets I mean hay Tho girl looked at hllI and smiled Tho wheat was gotten in early this summer I am toldshe remarked casually Yas wo got in onrn early Wo jest finished up before kcm away Why Mr Slack Mark knew that ho had blundered again Wheat is gathered in July sho in formed the young fanner I mimosa tho corn he said wildly rime corn comes later It is ripening now Mark felt it was all up with hint far us deceiving Miss Fait as tolls being a farmer but ho struck out boldly to undo some of the mischief Waal you see Miss Fain to toll the whole truth dad he dont reckon ranch on my fnrmen Ho says I oughter be u pores8or or Homepn o that sort A gentleman for Instance Mark mantle no reply For tho first time ho detected irony in her tone Mr Slack if that is really your name which dont believe you are certainly sot very complimentary to my sense of perception How so In trying to make mo think you are not an educated gentleman Mark saw time futility of keeping up tho sham with Miss Laura Fain nay longer Ho resolved to give her so much of his confidence as was necessary to keep her from betraying hint It inJeicl he could do to at all Ills manner and his tub changed in a twinkling I will be rank with you am not what have pretended but am not here to injure you or yours Who are your Sue spoke with u certain severity that she had not shown before cannot tell you My secret is rut my own Aro you u Union man Yes etA northerner Yes but let that Bufflco You would regret it If should conlldo anything more to you Yet from this brief inter view I have learned to trust you sufll civntly to place my life in your keep lag She thought a moment A faint shud der passed over her dont want to know your secret Will you tell your mother what you have discovered asked Mark anxiously Not for worlds You suspect Ho paused maid looked at her inquiringly Yes yes Dont say apy more Dont breathe another word Only go away from hero as soon as possible shall go tomorrow morning shall always hold you in grateful ro membrance You aro a spleudld n lovely woman owe you Yes yes gogo early She rose and went into the house In n for minutes a colored boy cauio out coed told Mark that ho would show him to his room As Mark had been there before ho knew this meant that ho was expected to retire for the night As ho wont by thin parlor he glanced in Tho mother sat by a lamp on u center table reading Miss Fains face wits also bent over a book It wens white as tho margin of tho page sho pro tended to read CHAPTER V atouious IKUKIDV When Mark went down stairs tho next morning followed by Joe they wero invited into the breakfast room Laura Fain was there but her mother was not Mark looked at Laura but sho avoided his gaze Ho masked after her mother Mamma scarcely ever gets up to breakfast sho said as sho poured out a substitute for coffee During tho meal she said but little aud that was only on commonplace sub jects Sho seemed to have more on her mind than the soldier who was taking his lifo in his hands and studiously avoided looking at him at all Jakoy ate heartily Mark noticed him eating with his knife and otherwise displaying his humble origin while ho was himself eating liko n gentleman He thought that it was lucky Mrs Fein was not at time table After breakfast Murk followed Ills hostess through n door opening into a sitting room on the opposite fIfo of time hall from the parlor Miss Fain he wild I know too well tho station of your family sod oouthuni customs not to accept as n gift the hospitality you have afforded can only express my indebtedness mall the hope that Wino day tho war unity bo over nnd I can cOllie down hero mold show my gratitude for something of talc more mJmunt to me than a nights lodging Ho paused mind then added May ask a question Aro you a Union or n Confedurntu glrlr ConfederateIMark looked ut her uneasily inferred from what you wild last night that you will trot betray 111- 0hi will trot But you think you ought to I oanrk stood gazing at her Shu was r king out of time window with n trnu Uf l expression Miss Pain ho said you miy lie doing wrong you may bo doing right At any rate you are acting the part of a woman and this net makes you in my eyes tho loveliest woman that lives The words wore scarcely spoken when the muscles of the girls face contracted into an expression of horror Murk could not understand why his speech had affected her Tho natural uncertainty lie position impelled him to look about him for the cause Glancing out of the front window he saw an officer in gray uniform on horseback in tho act of reach ing down to open the gate Sow iim If yu cnn she sold Come qutekshv seizing his arm No no Mamma She doesnt know Oh what shall we do Murk took tier by the haul Cued Hjwko to her coolly but quickly Call Jakey for me and wo will both go down stairs and from there to tho Lima Wo cnn then go out without meeting this ofllcer for ho is doubtless coating in There Is no especial danger We shall meet plenty of soldiers before we return She now out of tho room to fluid Jakey While she was gone Murk watched tho approaching horseman lIe was fine eoimen of a southern man tnll mod slender with long black hair mustache and goutw maid a flue black eye He looked as he canto riding up tho roadway tho imiiersonatiou of time southern gentleman Before he had dismounted murk and Jntioy were on their way to tho barn Laura Fain o eued the front door just as time oflicer was coming up time stops Why Cameron ape exclaimed how did you get away I thought you told me you were to be officer of the guard tOtht- IIItJIIIIIIlIItIIIl friend time adjutant to detail another man Was there a special reason Certainly positively couldnt stand it another tiny not to see you Besides wo aro momentarily expecting orders to eros to this side of tho river But you will bo nearer to us then wont you I am afraid not Once on this side well not stop nearer thau Dallas or Poea We may yom Colonel Forrest near Sparta or wherever he may be doubtless somewhere in the enemys rear Ho seldom troubles tho Yankees in trout But you are not listening my darling and you are Palo You aro out 1IIi Certainly not You nro sorry that Icalll07 Why Cameron what do you monnI You know always wont you to como She leA tho way into time sitting room from which Murk hind disappeared but u minute before n minute is a long while sometimes Mrs Faini entered and received thu guest most graciously Captain Cameron Fitz Hugh was a young Virginian a graduate of time Uni varsity of Virginia law school tho son of wealthy parents whose acres and ne groes wero numbered thousand Ho hind known tho Fains before the war Mrs Fain having been born and reared in the Old Dominion During a visit of Laura to his people shortly before tho breaking out of hostilities ho had fallen in lore with her had proposed and was accepted Both families being agree able the two wore engaged to be mar ried This is an unexpected pleasure cap tain said Mrs Fain did not suppose could get away todayEverything is unexpected in these times Wo never know who is coming to us Lust night slept uneasily for fear that wo harbored a guerrilla III the houseHow is that asked Captain Fitz Hugh Whore are the strangers Laura I think they are gone mumnui A countrymau and his little brother SAlt Mrs Fain to the captain Laura thought him quito n gentleman for ono so jKwrly dressed slut changed my mind mamma said Laura quickly And what was tho occasion of no sudden a bouloverKdmunt asked thin captain Why why when wo wero sitting on time veranda utter you went in mum ma Sitting on tho veratxlii with a coun tryman exclaimed tho lover yell yes mamma said to invite him up Hut 1 was going to say Lauras inventive powers hud gained time to act by thu interruption I torrid that ho was only nil ignorant farmer utter all for asked him lion fur time iiionn was and he said he reek mud it was a hundred million miles That doesnt prove anything Fitz Hugh remarked dont believe theres an officer in my regiment knows thnt But it becomes us to bo very careful Thu commanding general huts mado it known nnoflicially through his staff officers that ho is csjiecially desirous of con cealing His intentions One spy pene trating for even a day at Chattanooga might frustrate all his plans If time enemy know that we mire concentrating there and how weak wo are there at present ho would or at least he should come down with a large force and drive us southA blt1 expression crossed Lauras face Indeed said Mrs Fain I was not aware of that Suppose tho young man was u spy- Cameron said Laura wish you wouldnt talk to mammu She will bo suspicious of every poor beggar that asks a crust Time mans immu was Slack Thorn nre plenty of Slacks among the poor whites about here have sick family of that uume on my lands now not a miliMip time road Ilus the fellow goner asked Fitz Hugh think would hettiTseu him Corotof course lies gene said Laura with it heaving bosom Where lid he say ho was going To Chattanooga said Mrs Fein Ill mount and follow him can easily overtake him on horseback Nonsense said Laura with a pout you havo kept away from mo for II week and now you are gong us soon us youve come But my darling would you have mule would have yon stay where you are and Mrs Fain seeing that some cooing was coming wisely withdrew And what sweetheart Tell mo whut love to hear she said softlyIve told you that no of ten you should certainly be tired of it by this time Fitz laugh looked inquiringly into her face us he smoothed back her hair Ho was used to theo requests to repeat tile assurance of affection but thieve was a nervous something about his fiancee this morning them puzzled him Ills back was toward the window while she Will facing it Suddenly slue clasiHxl her arias tightly around him Now go it you cant she said affecting a playful tone Why Laura what does this mean he asked astonished You dont love me sho whined Love you 11lt You know do Theta why do you act so Act how You never como any moro but you want to go right away- Bmitsweetheartn halfdozen kisses for exclamation PointsI only intend being gone a little while If you onco start out to follow some hotly you dont know anything about youll ho gone all day and then youll be ordered away aunt maybe Ill never see you any more Never was a lover more charmed at such evidence of womans affection nnd never hud this lover less cause to be charmed at the evidence of his hold Uon Laura I min Had Captain Fitz Hugh seen what Laura Fuin saw from thu moment she put her unns around him cold Meld his back to till window Murk and Jakey going down time walk to time gllluho would have exclaimed Oil woman thy namo is perfidy Oh woman the departing soldier would hove responded tiname is in deed perfidy but how glorious thy per fidy CHAPTER VI IN Tin ENEMYS LINES Wiirfc Itiunlrtl trffd trilnkcrrii ferry the urfrp Ifii tfoldir note Jakoy said Mark as they passel bo hind trees that hid them from tho noose vl dont like that officer coming to the Fain plantation just at this time Therell surely bo some mention of us und it is iwssiblo ho may want to have a look at us You know Jakoy wore only poor modest people und dont want to bo stared at- Wo aint got our store clothes on and dot want ter nuke no acquaint ances Jnkey observed solemnly Murk hind noticed Laura Fasts agita thou when sho caught sight of tho otticer at the gate and knew there was good reason for it Ho did not fear thnt she would betray him intentionally but that site might bo led to do from her very anxiotp to keep his secret wol1frne first chance wo get Jafcoy take to the woods We told them wo wero going to Clmttnnoogn and if this officer takes it into his nristocmtio head to escort us with true southern polite ness a port of the wily hell expect to thud as on the Chattanooga pike N twouldnt he perllte fo ter git In hits way They hind gonu hut n trilling diitniKe when they came to u crook lowing a wayfarer they mot told them through Moccasin hap Tho road crossed It II something betWMin n hedge and n cni vert Murk led tho wily from the road up the creek und begun to climb the hills on which there was sufficient growth of timber to afford concealment For an hour ho trudged along with Juke beside him Ho tried to get the boy to give him his hand to help him along lint Jakey demurred Indignantly and kept hits sturdy little legs well at work that he never onco foil behind his companion At lust they came to a nut occupied by nn old negro TO BE C01lTUf17EDI A NAn DISAI1OINTMIiNT Ineffective liver medicine N n dis nppointmo tt hut you dont want to purge Htrnh mid break tho glands ofItill frtoniaih anti b wale De LitloKrtrly Risers cover disappoint They clause tho system of all and putrid tattler Had do it so poiHonIthat ono onjoyfi tint pleasant They ort n tonic to the liver Cure I biliousness toipid liver and prevent I fnver For smile by East End Drug j CO Necessary Expenses for TwclvcWceks School Iurfoiin who Uukrd themselves man speed I much or llttlo n they rhooMi oti living nroenoc II pays w have a little extra money fur Irct airs hooks unit other Ihln111 not the iipeownry exjiotixf are nutty u tallow To rAT the lIt day LjtKIM IIAIA HALL chool f Iiifliliiinl Foe f I fv it m Kx lloMiltHl Fee n 2e ciiNti lcktle etoat 2 2 in fflfiionil Itppmlt ion II- IFurubhlltoom IIIt r First Mouth Hoard I W Living 00Ex during the pemiselaundry termIBeginning 21 Mo Beginning M Mo Board aM 28 tie 2S Ocnl Deposit returned 1 00 Total Laprne lit treeke 27 fill 27 U0 For thoxu blow A Grammar dud lit the fg fur books and ll from Incidental fro making tln tout only N2tsu When four girls room together each saves ft or more on room m d fuel nuking the total only 8 S3AO U elsssed ticlow A Grammar Itmitn and fool coot one dollar more In thr winter term Two room for honrckwnlng with stoves eau usually bo rented for from SI to M n term The price of n big calf a llllln tunhark urn few lioiut i uii linlcovrrK will glyea term of clim l whirl will chaiiRfi onuV whole Ilfr for the halter A WeakStomach r Indigestion Is often caused by overeating An eminent authority says the harm done thus exceeds that from the excessive use of alcohol Eat all the good food you want but dontover 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 without the stomachs aid This rest and the wholesome tonics Kodol contains soon restore health Dieting unneces vary Kodol quickly relieves the feel tag of fulness and bloating from which some people suffer after meals Absolutely cures Indigestion Kodol Natures Tonic EWITTOOOhlcaroI Three Years in Richmond dud out of all the sots of teeth that have boon made ut my office if there is one sot or any sets that show nay defects I will initko u now set free Wo ant tanking tin best sot of teeth in time world for 750 amid if detects show ill ive I years wo give you a new set free This applies to all the teeth immure mado or am going to make tho best alloy fills in the world at 7fi cents DR HOBSON Dentist Permnueutly located in tho Hobsor Building next door to Oar eminent Building Richmond Kentucky Reference Richmond National Bunk Special Price to Students BTliriKU INTO I1VK COALS When a child I burned my foot frightfully writes W H Ends of Jouesville Va which caused hr rn blo leg sores for 30 years but Buck lees Arnica Salve wholly cured inn after everything else failed Infalli ble for Burns Scalds Cuts Sores Bruises nUll Piles Sold by East End Drug Co for 25c t e THE CITIZEN Dont Use- Spectacl es Unless you need them and if you use them he sure thoy fit your needI will give thorough examination with the above iiistruinent FREE OF CHAROG which always indicates tho correct glnssoH to use II you dont need glasses I will tell you TeA Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main Street Richmond Ky JUTS YOUR IMUK WOUTIi Sometimes n fortune but never if you irate n sallow complexion a j niiiHced look moth patches and blotches oti the sltinulllIign of Liver Trouble But Dr Kings Now Life Pills give Clear Skin Rosy Cheeks Rich Complexion Only 25 cents at East End Drug Cos 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 mfo to drink E W TODD Berea Ky Chemist CENTRAL KENTUCKY AND- MADISON MONUMENTALWORKS Head stones urns monuments Bud marble and gran ite work of all kinds Prices governed by quality of ma terial Prices reasonable Only first class work done All work guaranteed GOLDEN FLORA RICHMOND Ky Corner ol Main and Collins Streets 220- 3TtrE Alta UI TlliSTOMCII Tho man or woman whoso digestion is perfect and whoso stomach per forms its every function is never sick Kodol cleanses purifies and sweetens the tomalh and cures positively and I permanently all stomach troubles in digestion and dyspepsia It is the t wonderful reconstruct vo tonic that is making so many sick people well and weak people strong by conveying to their bodies all of the nourishment in tho food they eat Rev J H Holla day of Holladay Miss writes Ko has cured mo I consider it the 1best remedy I ever used for dyspepsia and stomach troubles I was given up by physicians Kodol saved my life Take it idler meals For solo by East End Drug Co Farm for Sale One Mile West of Panola Madison County Ky Containing about ono hundred and sovontyfivo 17f acres of good grnz ing or corn land well watered about twentyfive 2i acres of good timber oak hickory maple etc good bear ing orchard of apples poaches pears etc good sixroom dwelling with goalsprintllear the door stable and corncrib with sheds and outbuildings Will be sold as a whole or in tracts i to suit purchasers For price terms etc address 4 Thomas MillionRichmond Ky Or call at the farm G4102 CHURCH AND COLLEGE CHAPEL DI RECTORY The Church of Christ Ililiin T rntile Key Q HurgeM n rmtor uiidnT llfUn m IlInlaouolYIa m 1rayer MeetliiK Thursday Tan p m College Clmprl Tntirrnnrlr Ural Tile Wed Thur trlII2I a m Mmdny fluprl orrlcx1 Tao p m Ilclptrehrhlnt Inttm french lugSundayiiam Sunday chXl Sunday 94a tollg SliiHlay TSOp M Irayer UrettngThunSaT 3I p ta IlnptUt Churl- hIlIrhIllOlIlInllnIlUlor 11111SunlIobnolII11Prayer MfctliiR Tlnirxliiy IM p m CUIIllnIlRI Church Chtwtuut IIIIIIMstor SundiyMilinolSunday illiii m Sallg ServlccSunday 730 UhiTrayer Mntlng TliurMlay p in NNNNIN N11 N11N1N1 N111N N1NNNIH- HLOCAL AND PERSONAL I i i NNww1N1 NNNNNIINN 11w N1NNN1 BEST BREAD at Bicknell t Earlj Miss Sallie Chrisman of Panola was in town Monday Nine Bakers all of kin left Friday morning for Missouri Jim Racer thinks that nothing sticks to you like a Burr For FRESH GRAHAM FLOW go to Sharps mill on Saturday Edwin R Etnbreo leaves tomorrow for Vale to resume studies Mrs W II Robe loft Saturday for n visit to relatives at Lebanon C I Ogg is building a god addition to his photograph galley Harley M Racer is at home in his barber shop over tho postothco Prof Marsh and family are at homo in tho house just east of Welchs Judge Gay got brick from the Col lege brickyard for his now chimneys C Ai See and family will occupy the Gay property on Chestnut avenue The Free Sowing Machine offer on our second page is n liberal one The brick made at the College brickyard ao of very excellent quality Prof and Mrs S C Mason return ed from their Michigan trip Thurs dayMiss Josephine A Robinson ac companied by her mot her arrived Fri dayWhen Welch gets out of an article you can plainly see tho differences in priceRev A P Smith was at Crooked Creek Sunday filling his regular ap pointmentJack our barber is build ing a neat dwelling for himself on Short street Tho parsonage of Secondchurch will bo ready for occupancy in about four weeks Two good rooms for rent upstairs or down Enquire of John Dodwell CITIZEN Oflice The enrollment the public school white for August was lEiS Average attlntlallclI2JTho we offer to subscrib firs are of the very host quality See tho second page Louis Hardin and family are in need of assistance There is serious illnes with themIMisses Douglas Van Homo and Himrod arrived Friday reporting a very enjoyable vacation Died at Whites Station Saturday night Mrs Theodore Dunn after an illness of several months Rev Green D Todd a former RtUI dent at Berea is at homo this week with his parents at Asbury Edwin S Fee of Clarksburg Ind came in Monday on a visit to his sis ter Mrs Laura Fee Embroo If you will look on the second page at Our Premium Offers you will seeI something to your advantage Rev H G Turner has boon reappointed by his conference to thoI Methodist church at RichmondI Pullets Wanted I will payI cash for some extra good pullets 8yc per pound H M JONES The baby boy of Dr and Mrs L A Davis has been seriously ill from cholera infautum but is recovering Remember that you not only buyI everything cheaper at Welchs but ho gives a rebato equal tol per centI Mr and Mrs J J Brauaman went to Barboursvillo Thursday for a few days visit among friends returning SundayW Kelly and wife and his rathI erinlaw Mr West of Paint Lick have moved here and are living on Center street Charles L Hanson of Boron anti Miss Blanche Muzetto Ton Voile of Celina 0 were married atCovingtou Sunday Aug 31 P J Pauloy has returned from n weeks visit among friends in Estill county Ho reports corn crops good Kentucky river low Rov R R Noel protracted tho meetings nt Silver Creek Baptist church front Sunday Four additions to tlm church He closes tonight Ground was broken Saturday for the now Mens Industrial building for Boron College The building w to bo of brick three stories high and will cover an area of 250 feet by ISO feetSix quart tin pail 10 cents Three cakes tar soap 5 FonrouncessmellingHalls All first quality goods at TilE TEN CENT STORK next door to pbstollice Richmond Ky C C Rhodus hs bought out the entire interest of Dr P Cornelius in tho East laud Drug Co The bus ness will bo conducted under the old name and Dr Pelt us will be the phar macist as heretofore WANTED5 YOUNG MEN from Madison County at once to prepare for positions in the Government Ser vice Railway Mail Clerks Letter Carriers Custom House and Depart mental Clerks etc Apply to Inter State Corms lust Cedar Rapids la I CORRESPONDENCE j i NNN11H NNNINMN1N 111NN NNI A good quantity of homespun linen and woolen cloth bed rovers and other fireside products has been brought in by students nod sod to Mrs Graham who has charge of this department for the College She can buy all that is brought if it is of good quality TO OUR CORRESPONDENTS On account of the owning of tho Fall Tern of Borea College yester day we have an over supply of Locus and COLLEUE ITEMS for this issue and we have not put in our regular COR RESPONDENCE Please pardon the ommission and kindly send us a fresh supply of news for next week Yours faithfully Tns EDITOR COLLEGE ITEMS Gecrgo Dick has returned for an other year in college Instructor McCune returned from his vacation Tuesday About n dozen students joined tho excursion train at Winchester Tues dayBetween forty five and fifty students from the North dune in Tues day afternoon Mr and Mrs James M Racer ar rived Tuesday and havo rooms with Mrs A E Todd George Roberts with two sisters and a brother are at home in the Cod dington house on Center street Mr and Mrs Short and family have returned and are at homo to friends Robert is in college again 0 M Simpson of Alexis 1111 now student at tho College will bo time leader of the College band this year lIerm Klima writes from Washing ton D C I feel strange that I am not one of the many who are start ing n new school year but I hope to send a substitute The Fall term of Boron College opened yesterday with the largest at tendance over known and nw stu dents are corning in on overy train road and bridlepath Dr S B Dudley of Oberlin Ohio who has been in Europe for a year of special study has boon hero spending a week with an old college mate Prof H M Jones Dr Dudley wont North yesterday W H Humphrey who has spent the summer in Milwaukee Wis as waiter in time Plankington Mouse was chosen from among fiftytwo waiters in that establishment as delegate to represent tho Plankington House nt tho National Waiters union which mot in Chicago Sept 15 Among tho students who camo in this week are1 our old acquaintances Harley Racor A E Sufforn G C McClelland J M Brown 11 M Ernst J C Stratton B M Gentry A B Jones S J McComis H H Clark T Leahy J L Atkoson Norman Frost B E Walkor P 0 Dor thick S V Metzger E S Taylor and several other young men And of the young ladies who were hero last year Misses Frances M Berry Ellen Click E L Lewis Carlotta M Oaborno Margaret L Caldwell Sophia M Overstreot Alice D McKee Edith L Ruddock end Laura A Washburn and several others are here to resume their studios WATKIt UUIIK tI111TlnsTako two hour before each meal and just before going to bed also a drink of water hot or cold about two hours niter each meal Take lots of outdoor exercise walk ride drive Make a regular habit of this and in unary cases citron ie constipation may be cured without the use of nay medicine When a purgative is required take something mild and gentle like Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets For sale by S E VnicuJn- BRICK FOR SALE Two hundred thousand 200000 hardburned brick for sale in the lot or in quantities to suit purchaser All wholo brick t 10 per 1000 As put up in tho stack merchantable S per 1000 G D WHITE Whites Station IJI Agents Wanted MKDICAL iIoimNAL desires n repre sentative in this locality Permanent employment Salary and Commis HIOII Address E T C 151 gUilt 72nd St Now York City LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAILROADT- ime Table in Effect July 1902 lining Nnrtli Truln Bally Leave BereaI l JK1 a in Arrive Iliehmond1211 a in Arrive Paris 3 15 p in Arrive Cincinnati n 00 p m- Ooing South Trail Unity Leave Borea 122 p m Arrive Livingston218 p in J W Stephens Ticket Agent u Information If you desire n tormat Ion about any section of tho United States Canada or Mexico and its bus mess opportunities wo will send you a large bundle of literature for roc Hand the fifty cents to the editor of this paper and he will forward your name to us THE COMMERCIAL INVESTOR AIIBVCT Denver Colorado- ANNOUNCEMENT We are authorized to announce Goo D White of the Glade district as candidate for Circuit Clerkof Madison county subject to tile action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce Roy CI White as candidate for Circuit Court Clerk in Madison county sub ject to the action of the Democratic partytOsse A PlliMIIISII ATTACK An attack was lately matin on C F Collier of Cherokee la that nearly proved fatal It carne trough his kidneys Ills back was so mania he could not stoop without great pain nor sit in a chair except propped by cushions No remedy helped him until he tried Electric Bitters which effected such a wonderful change that hn writes ho feels like a new Ulan This marvelous medicine cures back ache and kidney trouble purifies the bloodand builds up your health Only riot at East End Drug Cos FINE OFFER TO STUDENTS Earn Your Incidental Fees We have arranged with tho College to give a rebate of Incidental and Hospital Fees as a premium for row subscribers to TilE CITIZEN For 15 Subscribers 375 on foes 1J 175u n 23n D7G n n 27 075 Tho subcribers must bo now ones persons not now taking TilE CITIZEN and cash subscribers Go to work at once and you can easily earn ydur incidental and hos pital fees for tho fall or winter term Send in tho names and addresses plainly written as fast as you got them dont wait until you got the full number but south right along Wo will give you full credit for all names and when you come to enter School wo will give you on order for all you have done on Treasurer Os bournGet your friends to help you Ro member THE CITIZEN is 50 cents a year Address John Dodwoll THE FOR SAMPLE COPIES For a bad taste in the mouth takeI Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Ja For sale by S E WELCII lion offeeA U IOJho This Pool hall Trim has Mil the Intar I roltpKlitn enlllhalitnlfQ Cup ilurtntf the putt there ttntoot DR FENhC- RSKIDNEY an- dBkkache AH dlieaiei Bladder Almi Dropsy Female TroublesCURE Dont become discouraged There U a cure for you If mwwury run nr Furrow llu bus sp ut a lift than riirltitf Jyat cuKMimyiiur All roimultntlmn Free urIA 111 Isl1tIll In toy blldrulnK a run of franc 1klrwy mill Ilsckshr care Ida grated ar prrveuteefurtherWTUKUrriVaH Drufglit JL Ak fiircimk lluik Free STYITUSDANC E sure Cure circular In IriiHvr FrwIwtilaN The lest physic ChamlxHaitiit Stomach and Liver Tablets Easy to take Pleasant in effect For sale hr- S E WBUH JR- SPECIAL NOTICE All persons who wish to take Bares College students as roomers or Ward ors will please see Treasurer Osliorne before turn opens and secure a Householders Permit H M JONES Vice President TOT Ml SKS III liT AIAKM Ono night my brothers baby was taken with Croup writes MM J C Snider of Crittonden Ky it necm od it would strangle before we could gut a doctor so we gnv it Dr Kings New Discovery which gave quick re Ief and permanently cured it Wo always keep it in tlo house to protect our children from Croup nUll Whoop hug Cough It cured mo or a chronic bronchial trouble that no other reme dy would relieve Infallible for Coughs Colds Throat and Lung troubles 50c and 100 Trial hot lies free at East End Drug CV THE MARKETS alJOlIUU aY 0 NORMAN A CO CmnXIUTI Septemlr CATTLE Common fJlJO f t14II ButchouJ1251Q HO II Shippers li25 70- 0CALYF9Chloico050 J 70II Large Common400 J 50- 0HongConunon550 r 710 II Fair good Hght675 715 Packlng72ri 715 SHEEP Good tochoieo810 fro Uo Common to fair 125 TOO sGood to choice 4 25 010 Common to fair275 100 WIiEATNo2 Red 70 71 CORN 58 59 OATSNo 2 mixed 281 irt 2J- RiENo 2 52 hl- JrocRWintor patent310 JroI- I II fancy305 32Ei Family270MILL 1700 20 JAYNo 1 Timothy 1200 1225 II No 2II 1000 1050 II No1 Clover 800 r 850 No2II 700 750 WOOL medium combing 17 18 WashcellongI 22 Zi Tub washed 23 r 21 POULTRrIHeavy liens II Ill HoosiersII f Turkey hone II 11 Ducks 1 7 Eaas Fresh near by 19 HIDES Wet salted 7 8 II No 1 dry salt U frf 10 II Bull 01 71- Sheep skins lU tlJ IiU TALLOwl rime city 6fl Q 7 II Country lc 61 FEATHERS Goose now nearly whito 4f IIgray to 38 46 Duckcolored to white no J 37 Chicken white no quills 15 Turkey body dry 12 12 tA MMrW11u pminm by obtain 11I and tlIflIJlI1I IIInHIIr Chicago College of Dental Surgery Dtilil tkfirtnuil Lake renal Utlitnllr Twrnfyflrattnnnsl Course of Instruction will bremOct lit ltC Thus Is among tlm olilot sad la one of tho loa j Imo Drntnl Iollrffrii of the worM In order Ui nmiplcto the cot of mttniction thrwi jrcan it it neeeery to riorcomma milon 1WCIWO as a four jrnr will bn tlirrrour For illuttriitoit caUloiina address DR TRUMAN W DROPSY DanjWood Harrlaon 619 Canvasser Wanted to sell PRINTERS INK n journal for ndvortinern punliHhed wevklv at live dollnnt n year It toadies tilt eitntbnud practice of Advertising amid is highly tttttfined by tits most miccettiiful advertisers in this country and Great Britain Lilwral com minion allowed Address ruiNrrit1 INK ID iiriiri hiN fork IEXPFRIENCE 4 TnAoc MAnllGIcc An1nnAa fUN ti- eelSfw f e ehenli- ve a r r iaoe- nmi II sae o 4 ls- r 14 n Ia Scieittiflc flnicricaii hMdM ett IIhIn1l i u Art MI e1ee anrau r FrlTrrnIiCM 111 MUNN CO3UfProM flew Ya7 h d1q r r M ttttaaraana Mother C My mother was troubled with consumption for many years At last she was given up to die Then she tried Ayers Cherry Pectoral and was speedily cured DP Jolly Avoca N Y No matter how hard your cough or how long AyersCherry best thing you can take Its too risky to wait until you have consump tion IF you arc coughing today get a Cherry Pectoral at once Tire dies JV nonih tot an ordinary rold Me rliilit for trtmchltu hoar rm Inn Bolds rte f moeonomlealf- urchfumeeasel ndtobier on hind J ATEH CO Lowllstas- A CKIITAIN Cl III IUll IIVHKSTKIIV AMI IMAItllllO l Some years ago I was ono ofn party that intiudd making n long bicycle trip says F L Taylor of Now Albany Bradford county Ia I was taken suddenly with diarrhoea and was about to givo up the trip whon editor Ward of tho Lacoyvillu JTese filer suggested that I take n doso of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy purchas ed n bottle and took two doses ono before starting anti ono on tho route I made tho trip successfully old never felt any ill effect Again last summer I was completely run down with an attack of dysentery I bought a bottle of this same remedy and this METhis will save your Life By inducing you to use Dr Kings New Discovery ror Consumption Goyghs and Colds The only Guaranteed Cure YourDruggist r ABSOLUTELY CURES nronchltlsWhooping Affection of Throat and Lungs FREERegular