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REV JOHN DODWELL r Editor and Publisher IJCtnttiat Vu ttOtulelnU TIDE CITIZENAn IIIvor IV A Family Vapor MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 18 1902 Fifty cents a year NO 11IIDEAS e To IH n Christian moans tube u full innii You cant hutch mi egg wit bout hent enthtiHiamn Tin differenco Itetwoeii men to not HJ much in tnlont as In energy Ait- NOtll OK KlHIIlV IIIIIIIIIr cent of tint employ ers of filled labor in the U S ru ijnini total nbntinencitof 11lr ploy AIwi folks in like plrkles some women the brine theyre prickled iiU they don kea p sweet without enl tits TUCK NOTICEI our pro In it on pngo- Ruv Win Lodwlck will preach at Nnrrow Qiip church next Snndny lit 7 p in- TJia College chnpol Horvico on Sun ilny night will be conducted by Prof 1111 Jones Dr Burgess will preach nt t hu Toh onmclo on Smidny lit U n in Sub ject A Viho MIIIIM Kxpoiiment FROM THE WIDE WORLD SUirum hunt Sutimlny in Jemmiiy dt lroyed property t M iinnted nt mil lioim of dollars Alit vessels of the French codfUh lleel foundered in the North Fen dur hag thit gnltw on Friday and ro men IntlrOwlllocl Thu Moravian church gives 0110 inemlwr out of every J2 to thin foreign miwiion work thu rtst of Protoatnut Chrintendom given ono out of every filXK 1 he religious coimiR for India for give lint totnl Christian populn lion of that country nt JiKSISIH Tlingnin in tho putt docndo hen Iteen 4r cent IN OUR OWN COUNTRY The niiinml Full IYrtlmd O ened in Ciiinnimti Monday morning nt 10 oclock Thin years in Minnesota nml North and South Dakota nru w liniutttrlnl WIIIOOOO McKinltv nieinorittl services woro very generally held in the churchesof the Inrgn cities lnt Sunday nlno in ninny of the smnller cities nnd towns Prtfiident Roosevelt willhtrrt Saturday from Now York on n sjH ak hag trip through the cotintiy Hint will carry hint through States and Ionmimo throe weeks A linn grndo of rubber hat been inndo from tho Hentimont Tox oil and rotten seed oil A company with l01006 capital hns boon chartered in Tex n to nmnufncturu it Dr Powers chief statistician of thin COIIHUH snys thin vimble material wealth of tho US Is worth IJOOOO 000000 twenty six billion of this has line ndded sinco 1800 A recent census of church attend nneu in Chicago taken by CO roK rtors of u lending daily paper ou Sunday forenoon Aug 21 Indicated that 23 wr cent of thu population was nt churchCOMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Tolmceo crops III the IIlurgrnHs hnve been badly damnged by frost Oeorgo W Means Jr of Hopkins villa wan killed by u railroad car nt Clay City Monday George deputy shoriff of Rrcathitt county died at his home Sunday after a long illuoss train ty phoid over G G Gilbert thin Democratic nominee for congress in the eighth din trict will speak in Richmond October f1lIt Collego Hill on tho 10th at Heron nt lItO p m on the llth and at Kirks villo lit 7 p m of same day lion W J Bryan at tho Grand Opera house Paris Monday night on Conquering a Nation 0 Henry Bond colored of Richmond was arrested Monday charged with wife inurcler A B Ely of Paint Lick was found dead tn Ida barn It is supposed heart failure waR tho cnimo of truth Mrs Nnnnio Martin of Richmond has been awarded 1000 against the city of Richmond for injuries sustain ed from stepping in n polo iu a pave ment near her homo lint April Louis KoifTer a Louisville athlete fasted from Monday Sept 8 to Mon day Sept in Ho drank ono gallon of water daily Ho feels no ill effects L I STUDENTS FOR FALL TERM Among the students who are regis tering for the fall term TilE CITizeN has noted the following New Students Entering CollegUte Courses Carr U Corning llurrlt IL Clarkuburt lull llntrli It Saybrnnk Ohio llrnwy AK Hertford Keener 1111 Calm Mount Adlitaliula ShnIut0J Alexis II- Irulreorlliy Mirlha ManMltln1 Ohio Illrlirr IrfinlM Uwl Mo Students Entering Various Departments HIWHAU- C tiliKIr Ilmtlollc Corning N Crooly Anno oak Irk III Flattery Win U Mijnr Ky AIIMKIIHOIKNCKniur Kullrr Urn NiilMiii oirn Ohio UnlinJiiiiil Uindon Ky Intuim 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Dolly lrolht il Ky UiiKdnn s Cunllurnrr Ky Ho Manjtro Napiya Japan IVnolIf Albfrt Junction City Ky Wllllanip Noruiau II Ciidy Ky II OIUMMAIt llflloril Mlnrrva J Iarln Ky Dooley Jan Wm Wlthrn Ky lluxbci Nellie V Maud Ky KIOIIT SCIIOOI awood Slim lloonerlllr Ky Clark Arth Major Ky Mellon Ileoklo lute Hill Ky MyrtT Krank W hland Ky INTKKMKDIATK Brock Dora AlleeM War llranch Ky Unxk Cliloe IllchopOllle Paint Lick Ky Clerk II tight i tClorrtboltdinCoylfTh J Ky Oardncr JIM ttalyenvllle Ky lieu J E War Ilranrh Ky Mlitr AntnlnrtlrH Irlnco George In Cha II Athland Ky Knurl nell K Layman Ky White Dora lcxlnuton Ky Coylf Win II CliiTerbnttnm Ky II INTKIIMKIIIATK lion Mar- ylitrkfleyWlllhurna IItllllfly Olnrliuiatl Ohio Cnylf Mary Clovrrbottom Ky Keruinoii Chai Milmlm Ky Hull Adron War Ranch Ky llnliimiu Melvln Line Fork Ky iKaain Jarob II Egypt Ky Mrltone hone Narrow lap Ky Iarki Win lt lug Ky C INTKItUKIIIATK Ilrrant Green lAiutoii Ky rolillron llohl Blilell Ky JarkMinOllTerl Jloli Ky Mine Valter Ianlmiiillr TexM Mllltr Ilerlha K Ilimisttdl Ky IltlUUtV Eg7ptKyleaaealageieColdlron Mar KticelandllfUn J III Blurb h8lolhe Ky Ky1Y1odEllea rCOME OVER AND HELP IBERSITO OUR SUD IhOIlRIUlIllnow the old snlHcribors to help secure thom TUB CITIZKN tins been publiHliod for three years and n quarter lull nt n loss nnd if it lend not been for the help of good friends who were interested it Till ClTIlrS would hnve had to miRpend before itviin six months old It costa much moro in proportion to get out n paper tho size of Tilt CITIZEN in a small printing of lice than it does to publish a paper like Tile Wendy Commercial or The rtfkli Filler Ocean and papers of that clnss with their means nnd ma chinery Of course wo know that these papers nre much larger than THE CITIZEN but they do not KIo you the news you want nnd appreciate tied TilE CITIZEN does We are very thankful for whatour subscribers have done for and said anent us but we are noxious to give you n still butter pa per and we can do so if you will all help to get us a largo number of sub cribbers nUll wo are also anxious to make Tin CITIZEN self aupporting and in order to do this wo must have n largo subscription listINow we do not ask you to help us just for friendships sake but we nre to mnke it profitable to you if USaTim Manager is searching for some useful premiums to offer to those who will s cuio now subscribers and to the now subfcrilxrs themselves On an other page we otter two or three lice premiums for subscribers Later we shall have other premiums to offer youlacan tin If every one of our regular ors would send us three new names we would have more subscribers than wo ask for in this to you Some are so situated that it will Iw difhcult to get HOT subscribers but nearly every one can do something and many of you can soul in n largo number of tames Hend Our otter and then help THE CITIZEN REPAIR THAT LOOM Korea College has secured a market for homespun and hoin0 woven goods such as bed coverlids linen dress linsoy jeans etc at follow lug prices Coverlids f 4 to fGj Linen 10 to HO cents a yard Dross Linsoy ro cents a yard Jeans 00 cents n yard Blankets natural brown wool or bark dyes JIJ a pair White honey and white blankets are not in demand only on orders Coverlids must IHJ 2 ynrds i2 incites wide nnd 21 yards inches long All dyes used must bo old fashioned homomade dyes Any woman who wants to soil 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 Westhafer of LooRooteo Iud is a poor man but ho says ho would not bo without Chamberlains Pain Balm if it cost five dollars a bottle for it saved him from being a cripple No external application is equal to this for stiff nod swollen joints contraced muscles stiff neck sprains and rheumatic and muscular pains It has also cured numerous cases of partial paralysis It is for sale by S E WELCII JR A party of Louisville Lexington and Fmnkfort capitalists are investigat ing the merits of the natural gas fields just discovered near Irvine Estill county Ton thousand acres of laud are under lease by tho promoters HANDMADE FANCY WOODWORK in hats sunbonnets fancy baskets of all descriptions napkin rings in all colors Send your orders to MISSES M AND L CARTER BERCA KENTUCKY Prices very rauouiblo end all work wellmade Dont Use- Spectacl es Unless you need them j and if you use them ho sure thoy fit your veal I will give thorough examination with the above instrument FUEE OF CIIAROK which always indicates the correct to use It you dont I will toll you so TeA Robinson 1Optician and Jeweler Main Street Richmond Ky W II ATS VOUIl PAUK VOIITII Sometimes n fortune but never if ou have n sallow complexion n jaundiced look moth patches nnd blotches on the skinahIsigl1 of Liver Trouble But Ur Kings New Life Iills give Clear Skin Rosy Cheeks Rich Complexion Only 2fi cents nt East End Drug Cos Berea College Chemi cal Laboratory I am prepared to make sanitary and mineralanalyses of water Sat itnry analysis determines whether or not water Ls unto to drink E W TODD Korea Ky Chemist CENTRAL KENTUCKY AND MADISON MONUMENTALWORKS Head stones urns inonii mails and marble and grail ito work of till kinds Prices governed hv quality of nut tonal Prices reasonable Only firstclnss work done guaranteed GOLDEN FLORA RICHMOND Ky Corner of Main and Oollliu Strwtn 2xS TAKK CAKi OK Ill K STOMACH The man or woman whose digestion performsKodol cleanses purifies and sweetens tho fctomach anti cures positively and permanently all stomach troubles in digestion and dyspepsia It is the wonderful reconstruct vo tonic that is making so many sick people well null weak people strong by conveying to their bodies all of the nourishment in tho food they eat Rev J H Holla lay of Holladay lissJ writes Ko dol has cured mo 1 it the best I over used for dyspepsia and up by physicians KodolnavetI my liroo Take it after meals For solo by East End Drug Co Farm for Sale One Mile West of Panola Madison County Ky Containing about one hundred and seventyfive 175 acres of good mg or corn land well watered about twentyfive 2f acres of Hood timber oak hickory maple etc Hood bear ing orchard of apples peaches peers etc good sixroom dwelling with good spring near tho door nUll corncrib with sheds and outbuild Will be sold ns a wholo or in tracts to suit purchasers Fcr price terms etc address Thomas Million Richmond Ky Or call nt tho farm GUo Independent Weekly Devoted to Use Interests of FARM fc SCHOOL 50 A YEAR BEREA harvests w seventeen Bowman lectured WhtUiStillon htlthCreek financial willing subscrib appeal blankets liniment FOR glasses Allwork cousider remedy stomach r I WalkOver Shoes If every man knew tho true goodness of Walk Over Shoos I qualitiesthinWorlds wed soil nil the F3CO and W 00 in Madison County They 40Hor Fine Patent Leathers 350 for All Other Leathers Florslleimitiltus next I I Covington BanksOu- tfitters I for Men and Boys Richmond Ky HAVING THE LARGEST STOCK SADDLES I will for the next 00 days sell any saddle in the shop at 10 per cent reduction A full lino of summer goods such as Bug y Dusters Shoots Straw Hats for Horses Colt Halters etc on hand Prices Low Quality guaranteed T J MOBERLY RICHMOND KY Successor to J T McClintock Main St Opposite Court House DR M Er JONES t Dentist e MillineryStore Office DaysThursday Fridayi and Saturday of each Kpprliil Notice to Our 111IThis IWK Ie on file at the rngn Inter Of ran lUOloslto Fut Mourn SIn t riiid where our ronders will be rmirtcnuMy Rrretnl who may ntrc to tall upon Thu Inter Ormii fur a tour of Itiipertlon and MKIUMOIIIR CRillheprowment of the acre In foniiivtlon with the ncotli of a great newspaper It Is a rare treat u one hlleI In the tutject and lioulj taken adrautaKc of Phone Phone OFI RICE RICHMOND KY Shoes Gents Furnish- ingsI l agentsinRichmond MEAT I have reopened the Meat Market on Main Street Fresh Meats VegetablesinM B RAMSEY Berea Ky THE VERY LATEST Go look around investigate the QUALITY and PRICE Then COME here we have a large assortment of Furniture upon which wo can save you money If we have not what you want it is our specialty to got it quickly and we guarantee goods as represented GOCARTS OLD HICKOKY- For your lawn or porch It is comfortable attractive and will stand exposure to rain and sunshin- eUNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY Night Day 4766JO CENTS ARNOLD Hats MARKET SI JOPLIN Richmond Ky Iu The Radcliffe Shoe of Is the only 0 K Shoe in town ototot Our Wall Paper LInei IMMENSE IMMEOISEL cn p BICKNELL EARLY r11N01N11 11N1c10N10110111NN10N 0 11N1s II1hav a fine line of f and Sumj j iii i i SEE THEIR LATEST i t01N11tN10Nl01NH1N01010N01N01N1N111 eIN OXFORDS r I THE CITIZEN OILING HIGHWAYS A Iroc n Tlmt Given Them n Ilnnl Sumner Santa Barbara Cal has Just com iriuleil some careful sad Industrious experiments In the line of oiling of public highways Work has been tin IslieU on eleven blocks of streets lo cMtwil III various jmrts of till city niul private Individuals url engaged In oil Ing streets In front of their properties The process used has lieon cllrlfullIfollowed unys the Ios nld There are several stages anil eur- nt tech Is the secret of the success at tained The streets aro first of nil Uroucht to a clean round grade The dirt Is nude fairly fine a spading hilt row being used Thin Implement very much resembles a pins of cutters with duel notches cut from each cutting cir cle This grading dues away with chuokholc4 and mnUes the street as eren as possible before the oil Is placed Sprinkling with water follows the grading On several blocks sprln hlliig was omitted to set what the ef fect would be The Itest blocks laid nre those whore the sprinkling was Juno The oil was heated In Its car to make It run twslly laud was then hauled to the streets In a sprinkling cart The cart Is driven slowly over the street and the oil runs upon the surface Then conks a second treatment with the Imrrow und then a second coating of oil Harrowing for the third time mixes the oil well with the earth but gives thu street n very nasty appear Slice Next comes the chief feature of the proceM used by the contractors They 41wurkedconsists of n roller of wood Into which art set rows of Iron spikes each a footI lone by two Inches thick mid each ing a llHttoned head The roller tolls on the ends of these spikes anti washes the oil almost out of sight Into the street The treatment with this roller hardens till surface and permits the use of a histry xteiun roller for the purpose of further packing and leveling tlwstroM The amount of oil nty be varied About a hundred barn Is were used to a loO foot block of sixty toot stnvt Travel on thse streets 1ms hardfiud them Into alim t an asphalt surface as I the volatile parts of the oil have evapo rated STONES ON HIGHWAYS Iniv Sliikf Thilr Itrinuvnl Obllitn tory In x rw York The roAd law as amended by the last legislature of the state of New T York makes certain highway work oh llpitory The loose stones III the road are always a cause of great annoyance and make more work for horses and tholr removal U an Improvement no 0110 can dispute The new law directs that the over seer shall cause nil loose stone lying In the beaten track of every highway within his district to be removed unco In every month from the 1st of April until the 1st tiny of December each year Stones so removed shall not be thrown back Into the gutter nor Into the grass adjoining such highway but they shall be conveyed to some place from which they cannot work back or be brought buck Into the track by the use of rout machines or other luiple meats Any person who shall violate the provisions hereof or who shall deposit 01 throw loose stones In the gutter 01 grass ndjcinhlg II hlJhwllY or shall deposit or throw II JIll a highway ash re paper Htonen sticks or other rub blah shall be liable to a penalty of 910 to he siiod for and recovered by the commissioner of highways or In case of his refusal or neglect to net by any tnxiMiyer of the town In which the of foiMU shall he committed and when recovered one half of the amount shall he spelled by thm In Improving the libehmiys and bridges In such town The other half shall be paid to the per son upon whose written Information the action was brought The path master Is thus guilty of a mlsdcmean or If he mglects Jo prosecute to recover such penalties All Want Urttir llliihtrnya Perhaps one of the most cncourag lug slgim of the good roads agitation and activity Is the happy and harmo nious blomilng of all Inteicsts says Harpers Weekly The farmer busi ness men and gentleman of leisure urn equally Inttrested and anxious to at tutu the common exit In former years there has keen some friction and con sequent retarding of the good roads tnoveu cult For yours the cyclists hunt worked for and agitated the subject o good roads For sonic reason which the farmer himself cannot satisfactori ly explain tho latter did not cooperate as he should nail even opposed those working for Improvement Now all Ii changed and while there mtiy be Indi vidual tenses of opposition the farmers as n rule are strongly In sympathy with the movement irutrrea Ju llIcllllan The furthers are learning that tilt Increased carrying capacity of good roads Is an Important factor in the accessibility of shipping points The matter of the decrease of wear und tear on horses and vehicles Is no longer u more theory but a domesticated fact says the Grand Haplils Mich Herald True saving In this direction much more than offsets the Increased expenditures In the shape of taxes for thu Improvement of the roads lie stiles there Is tho satisfaction of riding and driving over good roads in con 4trast with the corduroy roadways innko a trip to town a journey to bo shrunk from The best Is usually the cheapest anti this In what tka farmer Is learning t t I rOUR PREMIUM I OFFERS TO CITIZEN SUBSCRIBERSNo pocketknife exact HZO of cut Tim blades urn hand forged from razor steel iilo tested anil warranted and this is an good n knife as can ho purchased at any lirstclasH store for twenty fire CtJlltEI We will send Tin CITIZEN weekly for one year price 50 cents a year and ono of these splendid knives wqrth ircents total value 5125 free by mail to any new subscriber for 7f cents Xo U A pair of best quality 7inch shears handles finely finished and japanned much thorn durable than nickle plating just the right size shears for the workbasket NO BETTEU SHEARS MAnE Wo will send Tee OITIZKX weekly for one year pries 50 cents a year trod a pair of these splendid shears value liO cents total value 110 free by mail to n new subscriber for only 7fi cents Or if a new subscriber would like to have both shears and knife they ran have hothulIIl THE CITIZKSIthe best newspaper in Eastern Kentucky for only SLlltiNo a A genuine hollowground Shelliold Edge Maher it Grosh 100 Razor set rosily for use As good a razor as can be sold for n dollar fully warranted in every respect Wo will send Tile CITIZEN weekly for one year and this extra fine razor by mail prepaid to n now subscriber lor only 1100 A Sewing Machine drawlrII willIe an Cp toDate light runuing five drophead finelyfinished Sewing machine free ff nil roll to iiuy lady who will send me our hundred and twenty new paidup subscriptions to Tub CITIZEN Tho 10Ifully warranted No machine can do better work It is noiseless anti ballbearing It is fully equal to any machine you ran buy of an agent for li It is a handsome durable ma proudHero laxly to own a firstclass thoroughly reliable sewingmachine without any money outlay Send in the names with ro cents for each name as fast as you get them so we can be sending the papers to the sub scribers We will send you receipts for all names and when you have sent in 120 names I will order the machine direct to factoryRemember u firstclass drophead five drawer ballbearing noiseless sewing machfue No machine can do better work u OFFER TO OLD SUBSCRIBERS If you are behind pn your subscription and will pay upIarrears you may then renew for another year at the above offers if you so desire Still further If you want the Fine Pocket Knife send payforand the knife to you all charges paid and in addition twill storyBlackOr ou can have tho Extra Good Shears for three names und Lii0each now subscriber to got Hlnck HockIII well as Tune CITIZEN Or youcan get the Hollow Ground Fully Warranted Raz or for four new names and f2 the razor sent to 5011 and thoIpaper to go for a year to the new subscribers as wIll as Black Hock These are liberal offers and ought to bring in n lot orInow subscribers KcniPiiiIier These are no bargain counter goods but goods of best quality fully warranted and as good ns that can be bought in a firstclass store I1I1YIThe knives nhears and razors will bo mailed direct the factory to you Dont delay send in your orders and the money These offers may not bo onon very long Send money by money order or registered letter Address JOHN DODWELL THE CITIZEN BEREA KY General Upholstery 4 H 4 If your mattress needs remaning or your couch recovering or your FURNITURE RENOVATING AND REPAIRING shall be glad to call and give an honest estimate of what it willcost you Work guaranteed Prices reasonable eoe etes Address Walter TurnerBox 223 Derea Ky or caro of Supt C A King a 1 I N THE HOMEII 11111N111N1N111N1N 111IN NN HOME COURTESY Why should we treat thoso whom we love and with whom we associate familiarly every day with less cour tray than those who an almost strati gcrst A few IIOUIUH we have seen where pleasant politenesaand uniform courtesy were the rule lout usually the moro constant our intercourse with a person the less is he care to Im courteous This is not because we love the strangers more or do not wish to retain tho good opinion and love of our friends ruin family It HHMIIH to pnteltlmthor from an al most unconscious perception that the only opportunity wo shall have to make a gocxl impression on strangers is by our courteous innnnerH on tine few occasions wo have to meet theta while we fret secure in the love of our families and art tint impressed with the need for treating them with oven the ordinary forms of olitenesH In ui ny families where genuine respect nod love prevail the habitual manner of the members toward each other is such to seem to visitors really rude Think over carefully your usual man tier of spanking to the membi rs ot your own household circle and c Mil pare it fairly with your manner t ward those wham you meet elsewhere Perhaps you may IHJ startled nt the contrast If you are try the ilftit of a reasonable and easy adaptation of your society manners to till mem hers of your own family They also may be startled at first but you wily IMI surprised again to find how well they will like HThr Mulihinnn ICUTS FOR LITTLE GIRLS you two or throe old rash mere or other woolen dress skirts you CUll usually stake neat dresses for n little girl out of then Use the lest parts of the goods for the front of the waist and under parts of the sleeves anti If the material your use in the skirt is not very strong line it with littllIen apart it was dyed dark green with Iwttle green diamond dye for wool The waist is made with two box plaits in front and out on each side of the closing in the back The milT of tutu sleeves the collar and the huts piece around thojhem of tho lull skiit were of plaid in dull shades of red and green It is a very pretty dress end one she eau wear all winter yet it WM made of material that many would hue 0 considered worthless KLSIB GRAY A crane MOATION- MR EIUTOR Allow mo to streak a few words in favor of lmmlerlains thntlInot sleep at nights I tried several doctors and various patent medicines but could get nothing to give mo any relief until my will got u IxHtlo of this valuable medicine wh ch has completely relieved III e W S BIIIKKMAS Hague Mo This memo dy is for sole by S 12 Wcuii Jn BUY THE N ISEWING MACHINE Do not ho deceived II those who nd- vcrtlto n SON Sewing Machine for 20CX This kind of n machine van bo bought from us or any ofour duilont from 1500 to t1800 we MAKe VARIETY THE NEW HOME IS THE BEST Tho Feed determine the strengthor tvcnknctt of Double Food combined with other HtroiiKiwIiits makes the JVew Homo tho best Bcwlng Machine to buy W dlrnwe liianufacturounJ prices IwroiujiurcUaiilnK THE NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE go- ANGr 21 Union Sti N Y Chicago III Atlanta Ua tit IxJuUSlo tllonToxHau Francisco Cul ran SALE BY SISCO CO Nlcboiasvlle Ky IIKIVAIIK OI TIIK KMIi No profession has advanced more rapidly of Into than surgery but ill should not bo used except whore ab solutely necessary In cases of piles for example it is seldom needed Do Witts Witch Hazel Salve cures quick ly and permanently Unequnled for cuts burns bruises wounds skin- dienefls Accept no counterfeits I was troubled with bleeding piles that I lost much blood and strength says J C Phillips Paris Ill Do Witts Witch Hazel Salvo cured me in n phort timo Soothes and hauls For sale by East End Drug Co N N NN I THE SCHOOL I NIEDUCATING A FAMILY The Education of I Man Moans the Ed ueatlon of a Citizen the Educa lion of a Woman Means the Ed ueatlon of the Family When wo ml neat on man we educate an individual but when wo educate a mother wo mlucato u family Women necessarily propagato whatever win cation they horn says President ClmrlrH D Alelvor of till North Car olinii State Normal und Industrial College No Slutor country which will educate its mothers need hurt nay fears idxiut iU future illiteracy except from immigration An educ ated inn ii shay bo thin father of illiter ate children hut tutu children of edu rated women strut never illiterate Out sidef tau cities probably three Fourths qf the educated women HNIIII u part of melt liny rducatlng their own children or others whereas three fourths of the rducatcd nicn spend a very short time daily with their own children to say nothing of educating teem Thu man with u well trained mind is drxHsed iu armor for defense hut ho has no offensive ivcaKiii in his grasp Tim nmn who hits ollla skill ed nrm has a powerful laneo hut no armor for self defene a Thu limn with n rained mind extol also a trained nrm and hiind nil acting itiiitminn mirin ixl cap n pie to attack ami to resist Tim lay or girl who has received a bruin education Moue is but half pro pared for life Hut thin l oy or girl with thin fitting which n mixlurn Manuel training high school van and u0es give has two chance+ in this world lluuhnr Yirenrlel GREAT NEED Tho great problem before im In to gtln good ten months school ill every town village and rural community to comfortably house these schools in permanent buildings properly equip iNSIauih to put ill rill of thorn tllictent teachers scholarly cultured well trained and mature in lift and elixir actor In ovary school there must INV a small collection of books suitable for thu childrens rending anti the tOurliWI of study must IHJ so broaden alas to bring them into harmony with thu till blast schools in all thti moat progressive countries in tutu world For every dollar tut v ml in rdncation by a miserable parsimony live will Iw required in prosecutions prisons punishments DK f L M ORKV The Citizen FIFTY CENTS A YEAR IINNNNNNNN1111N1N11NN NNN NN I THE FARMttt l11 N N N1 N N111 N N THE GROWTH OF PIGSIThis Should be Studied Patiently and thoroughly by Every Farmer It is now pretty generally under stood that sheep and cattle make gains at the least cost near till built puriOtllIuII also that most rapidly says tho urea r of St Iaiil Minn This is owing to the greater activity- of the secretions uhen animals are young Hut this explanation dots rut well apply to the CIIHO of swine After several years of axisir mentlng at the Minnesota exH riiunit station it hits Imeii ascertained thin pigs do not gain nearly fo rapidly when thuyrare young as when of morn inatnro ego When they are on tutu sow it was dilliciilt to make them gain n Isuudn dry After weaning for two or thrust mouths they seldom mnde niniuthan omit and onehalf pounds item 111 but after satyr five or six mouths they gained well on two pounds pur tiny Thus it hUH been shown in Hivnnd in ntaiicex hat between t IIIlttS of two and eight month pigs have made the vast rapid increase in weight The experiments referred to were not inaile with u view to lust this question limit theso results cant out incidentally in n large number of tests As n result of tho casual manner III which these conclusions were reached tilt relative cowl of thin grills cannot IK given but it is probably those trade scar the birth period wen the tIt Ctlly owing to the small amount relatively of tutu food consumed This is a great question It ought to ho further In vestigatiHl The experience referred to culls up till thought that it may bu XMsible to market pork too young to bring tLe grower the greater profit even when swine time sold at young an six or seven months the popular age at which to sell Thene result in swine growing so different front those obtained in growing entile and chit p are well worth the clomvtt study The practice of feeding hogs almost wholly upon concentrated fools huts done mote than its share to Injimttlm bree ls A hog onn lw feel UJHIII clor er hay in winter anti wit aelvuxtttiiges Cut the hay line scald it at night suet bruin in the morning and fern nome what warm As clover Irioh in lltnu the result will IHJ more growth of bone and lx tter digestion as huge should like other animals Inivo BOIIIO bulky CootHIt is estlmaUsl that on a cot tain area of land night sheep are 0tplitn toIleast huhn jwtind n day tint limit year RIPANSIwas seriously affected with Indigestion and heartburn A friend nug gpsted trying Ripiuis lIu11IIH surprised at them improvement On making application a low years ago for pollor insurance I was refus ed on account of a weak heart hut till sumo company passed m recent 11111111 give 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4 Iy THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON XII THIRD QUARTER INTER NATIONAL SERIES SEPT 21 TI of the lrun livid titlv liaMruiorr Vrrir lOlii inlilrii Trti Kt nail lIuwwrulary Irr pared hf llrv II U MIVKru Copyright by American rrmn Anno elation t thelandHead with prayer and ri lluuc upon thu Holy Spirit the purnllol piixxiiKi In Num xxvll 11M7 tilt III ut JU xxxll 4851 and notlii Moses tire tat ilesiro to over Into the limit halt prayer to God that Le might bo 11rIlutttctl to do Hods refusal to hint Moses uicek Nubinlsaluli and hiliI reijH8t that HOIIIO one he appointed In s tilt stud tbut lintel might not be- aN ohoep which have uo shepherd Ob servo that It wan Moc alp when he dlvobeycd Jod nt Kfldesh In striking the trek indeed of alwnkunl to It and thus fulled to Minitlfy Uotl In the eyv of Israel Hint kept him from rntcrlnt4 the promised laud at that time Hit Nuiu xx 713 In conneetlon with the above passuKus I have caused then to ere It with ttllno eye but thou halt not no over thither When Maim plradod to be permitted In KU over the word from the Ixird wan Iit It sulllce thee kpeiik no more unto Mo of thin matter Aleut III Mi nnd that wan enough It was InradH alit In niiirmurliiK nnd rubelllni that led Moses to sits but that did not v Clllle Mose How holy our Uo und what bolluesii He retjnlre In un tiltWho IINpml to Ill Failure MTU In Adam III Nonli In Abraham Inane und Jacob In StoNes and Anron In David nod Elijah In the njtoHtleit nnd uverywbero There Is none goutl but one That U Hod And JCNUH was nmlInl font In the llerih It In only nl In umillffstrd III by Ills Spirit that our life will le whnt Ho deeirem oi MAC Wu n hundred and twenty year oU when he dint Ills rye wan nut Jim nor hls natural Puree uUalnl- Vhen Aaron died Mow and Ilenuir were with lilui but no one WON with Mow when ho tllitl He hud often IKOII nloue with Jod on two illlTereiit otaiNlon fur forty day and night nt u loot but prevkm to this mffislou he land nlwny none bark to continue with the jHiiplr Now In health nnd vigor of tasty nod In the tae of nil Its fneultlr hI went up Into till maun talnfbdenod returned to Israel no timbre Out from tho earthly tnbernnrle In which lac hind no Jour mil for 1C- OyAre Mores the servant of the lord wmit to lire with HOII forever No dlckno uo suffering nit far tae we know but he Jimt fluxed hits eye to earth aunt euteml Into the prenence of OIH nod of till rvtlivmed and of holy nil eel absent fniin till 1111I prv ent with the linl which very fur twitter for tutu Ihll 21 lie Is mill there Kiln nud well and after more than halts yearn fnim the time of hub departure Peter nnd the other saw tutu on tie Mount of Trnmtjlgimitloii with Jrnu ChrlNt nx IIIhi and llljah spoke with our lend of Approaching dwonsw Luke U 3O9Ci The hotly of Mutes suns liurltil but no man being present no mull knows where for fiat has not Keen lit to toil To Miry iKxlIe In the earth k Scriptural to burn with tire In heathen lab though It matters little liuwtli body In IlblIIItlut for iixl will raise It up louts v S8 vl 3U Ill II MI- a Ami the children of lirarl wept for Moro In the plain of Moab thirty dam Although the grout enemy dotith trot only bring Kulu to the IxIIever yet hU work on the body U to be deplored Nod our Lord Illuiself wept nt tho grove of Laura Death iiime by nut but III due time bout death and sin klirtll Im found uo molt on carob but shall bo destroyed lIuli xlll 111 Cur xv 20 Ilex xxl 3 II I And Joihun the son or Nun was full of the aarll of wlkdom for Moiei laud Ix14 ham upon him When Mo8i a ked that BOIIIU one might be appointed to take hili place Uod deKlgnated Joshua ns his site cviwir Num xxvll 18 10 nud now the lieopto hearken to him ne they hUll done to Moxe ills story will come before till In the next quarter Ieesous Meanwhile let all be looking up tie punt mention of him nnd lulls getting better nc iualuted with him 10i And there arose not n prophet educe In iirael like unto lou whom the Ixrd knew Inks to face Ill nmiiy respects Slows stands alone note like him It III written of him Ami the lord upako unto Muses face to face ns u Hpenketh unto his friend Ex xzxlll 11 Hut In Hob III we nee how much greater Christ Is thus Moses old In that epistle It set forth how much higher Christ In that angels thou Moses or Aaron or Joshua or uny other our High Pplvnt forever utter the order of Melchlsedec The lust two verses of our lesson set forth the wily In which Muses Wits greater than any other prophet In the mutter of tho sign nod wonders which Jut wrought by him In connection with Israels deliverance from Kgypt A greater deliverance for Israel Is drawing nigh when with similar but greater wonders site shall bo delivered trots nil nations nnd placed In her own tend forever to the glory of God nnd the lilessliifj of all nations Jer xvi 17 18 xxlll 7 8 MIc ell ItMJO Dunth nosy remove front earth n Jo sells or n Moses or a Joshua but the Lord liveth nod nil the promises of Cud nrc yea and amen In Christ Jesus und like Isaiah when Uzzlnh tiled we may look up Into heaven and see a Priest I lttg who never dies who sold to Julio I nm lie that llveth nnd was dead and behold I am alive for over wore amen and have the keys of hell and of death 11 Cor 1 20 Isu rl 1 Rev IB L u UNUKIUMI SUMMKIl COLDH Dont lot u cold run nt this season Sumner colds are the bnnlont kit d to vitro and if neglected may linger along for months A long siege l ko this will pull down the Htiongcfit conbti tutiou Ono Miniitn Cough Curo will breakup tine attack nt once Safe sure acts at once Cures coughs colds croun bronchitii nil throat and lung tnuhleiN The children like it For sale l y Kant End Dru Cj 1aar 00 M i W- IATt ay PfllH AIIOCIATIONII9 JMxl mornlng unclnl salt Stark Mornen Kali llov y seen nnytliliiK of n colored toy bolt olchtLtn years old go by hynr this mornen No eats lUs my toy Stun nnd Im nhunten him Ho run awny Inst nlghu hill Kit n hundred of ketch him him sahii tell yo what IIIIIIItAIIIuud saw him wouldnt In do fac 1I111I1raIlint It wont last lung Uur Iwysll drive em t o fur noth pretty soon that you durktc ll hey to stop runnen away Now dou yo bcllcvo tint so unrten Do you regally believe tho Yanks can wimp tier- 1u Lod ties sent urn to tote his col ored jwoplti out o bondage Mark was mitUtied wlt f tide prelim inary einmlimtloii that ho could fatal the old man Undo Im no ecesh Im n Union man want to itay with you today and travel tonight Keep ma all day go away as soon ns It is dark lahdllIdo Iod knowed yo want no matt nil do tune How aint got do oouthn tutu s way o IYo Yo lid hit well uuough but yo culnt tool me liarI JefTnon Itandolph My marstr salt ho gib men mighty big uriine but hit didnt do no good Dey always call mo tiotten but Jell Youre am well off us the president of the Confederacy in that respect said Mark jjueM well go Inside Yes go In star Keep dark Mark and In key waited for the tiny to pniut and they lad uo mean of amus luviweil very slowly the creek for awhile1llIkOI11I11t1ahollt whoa the darknctu came gut sway IJoforo setting out on lute exMMlition Mark lied carefully studied u reap of the region preferring to fix it in his mind titan to carry it about his jwrson UJKJII leaving Jefferson Itaudolphs hut lie made direct for the Tennessee river Once there ho knew from his remem brance of time mUll that he was tint far from Chattanooga and that between huh anti that place was Moccaslu paint fonuei by lidor rather loop in tho river the jwlnt putting out kouthwatd for mote than two miles with n die tart a of nearly a tulle across its lIlCkI lint he know the ground was high on tutu vital shore of the peninsula nud heIdid not know tho proper lilacs to Inland and cut off the distance nround this rivers mifrgin There was no ono near to Inform him so ho kept on by the riverIt as Into at night when they retched n point when the liver took u slight turn to tho rant und about u mile front the quick bend around Moccasin point Sutra was unxious to enter Chattanooga either late lit night or noon after daylight hoping to meet fuss people that lute entrance might nut bo noticed Ho cast lute eye about for some means otIcrossing the river Noticing a moored just below n hut ho surmised that tho skiff belonged to some ono IIvIhang In the hut Going to tho door klluckltlIWhos thnrr 400 you tins own thu skiff on than river below hyar- Waal supposes does I want to cross What d y want ter do thet fur nt this litho o night Father dyen Just got word n spoil ago Whatll y give ter get overt Five dollars What kind shinplastcrsr Greenbacks Wuar d1 y git emr From some people ez got em traden with tho Yankee sojersat Battle Crook All right stranger but its n sight o bait tunes ter be called tar nuns door at night You tins go dowifter the river n Ill cover y with my gun tel know yen all right wont taint n small thing like that ef youll put n my teethe brother acrossMark aunt his companion went down to the river Pretty soon n wild looking mnn with a beard growing straight out from his face like tho spokes of n curt wheel came cautiously down covering them with n shotgun ns ho proceeded Jot a pass stranger No Reckon they wont lot y land when y get over thnr Those nrmy fellers nro like a rat trap said Mark they nint so partic ular as to goer in its tho goon out they dont like Uut y better try to strike u point on the river whir ther aint uo guardFur how touch An extra liver- Greenback You nint very patriotic Wont y tale Confederate bills Not when I can get green tins Y aint ii Union moan nro yT No lint know u vnlyblo thing wiien I ft1 it The night would have been very dark hud it not been for tho moon hfliiiid the clouds As it wax the bout could only bo neon front the shore jvhen they too nmlr They pulled up tho river drowI of Moccnnin paint keeping near east bank They could see thoI of guards on the other shore getting too near u river picket they were seen nnd challenged Who goes tharr Oh110110dyour husincftsl said Mark Jokingly uIl in hyur or Ill mako it d my businessOh see hurl We cant stop every live minutes to please u guard How do you know but were on army business Well pull in hyur lUll show your pa pers Meanwhile the ferryman was keeping tho oars tooting gently und tho lout turned at nil unglo with the current which was taking the boat toward the rust shore Now pull away hearty whlnpured Mark nnd the hoist shot ontIof sight of tho picket in u twinkling bullet whistled over their heads bntI wide of the mark Golly exclaimed Jakoy What n party tune it slugs They were now off Moccasin joint and Murk begun to look for u landing place Just above ho noticed u aunt tire and above this was n place where thin bank was low with overhanging trees Mark directed the ferryman to pull for these trees He slipped n hand kerchief in one of the ruwlocktho only one used in turning thu boat into shore so AS to inutile the oar The const coomed to be clear for u landing but as they drew near they proceeded cautiously und listened for the slightctit Miund Tho bats none touched without noise nnd Mark und Jukey Jot out Mark handed the will whiskered for rymun the crisp ten dollar note which ho clinched eagerly flYer purty well ter do stranger con sldertii yer doe Didnt y hyar what said to the guard taunt buMneiu for the nrmyV Yas Waal dont wiy nothen txiut it Th Coufedurute service pays ez it guns The ferryman cared little whom ho pulled if ho could make tutu dollars in one night and dipping his oars in that water rowed away from the shore Murk turned to look about l 4in His flout suave was to get indor the trees From there ho proceeded inland for a short distance looking for souetlihaug Ah hero it 1s1 ho said presently Now know where I urn He hand struck the Nashville nnd Chat tanooga railroad which runs close to the river bunk for about n mile near where he landed He knew ho was nltout two miles from the tows Now Jakey he said well bivouac right hero As soon ns it ii light wu must set out Are you sleepjT- Am n Reckon I ana- lCHAPTER VII THK C AMIS AT CIIATTASOOnX Cup lie sntrf I licn ttilnlioi Id like trr Jim the tinny At the lint signs of dawn Stark awake ened hula companion who was sleeping so soundly that it required u good shake to rouse him Jukey sat up and rubbed his eyes with hU lists while Mark looked about him Ho could seo down tho river for half u mile where he noticed bluffs to the waters edge and thought it was lucky ho had not beet forced to land there IJoyoml were tho Raccoon moun hafts while close to tho southwest Look out mountain towered above him After Jakoy lied completed his list toilet tho only toilet either made Mark led oil on the railroad ties to Chattu nooga The railroad soon left the river tank and they proceeded in a north easterly direction striking tho town from the south A great many tents were in sight as they pjissed along Anti Murk judged at once that thoro was n largo force con centrated there Ho was tempted to turn nnd retrace his steps for ho knew already what ho was sent to discover but to get out was more difficult than to get in and ho was tint willing to risk un attempt in tho daytime so ho entered the town in which citlieji und soldier were nlike asleep and without meeting n soul walked about till ho canto to n hotel culled the Crutchtleld house As ho approached the door opened and n negro boy with u broom in his hand stool in tho opening Cat I git u room asked Mark No salt trot till do proprietor wakes up My little brother fs tired hs must go to sleep at once The boys eyes opened wide nt a dollar bill slipped in his hand Without a word he took u key from the rack above u desk in tie office und in a few multi utes both travelers wero safely lodged with no out but clue negro having seen thorn enter the town or tho house So far good said Mark Now cones the real racket By this time tomorrow morning I shall be either mite ucrow the river again or I wouldnt given Confederate humid for my life Alter u fun hours sleejihu rose and cnill they made n toilet and went down to breakfast Mnrk hind pur posely neglected to write his alums on the register nnd hoped that the land lord would tot notice tho omlMlon Hut ho did taut thoguuFt entered his niimo 111 Murk Slack JiiHp r Tenn After hniikfuftt he took Jakoy und strolled urouiid that tone making pur chases Hu thought it prudent to get Borne of lilt greenbacks clmngLMl for Con federate hills lie followed the suggest hou Jukey haul made at setting out and bought suite calico and tobacco and the squirrel gun Jnkuy had modestly suggested for himself Mark was not unwilling to hats this gun with them nil hi thought it might soe lhl le of wrv ire in case ho should gt Imntod usual coniercd but in that event ho counted very littlo on lout menus of dofeiiM ox cept light or deception Mark was nstonifihed at the number of officers nnd soldiers ho xuw in the streets Ho found n new geneml in command of whom ho had nut heard n prominent lender Hrnxton Urugg He macho a circuit of the town und un esti mute of the troops but this wits of littlo valuo for open tho arrival of trains regiment after regiment marched into CJiinji Mark stool on the sidewalk hold IhlIsturs thud Ixirs their liands when they hand uny which was rnro playing his cnnlantly Dixie or The Bonny Uluo Flag What regiment air toot ar afknl Murk of n soldier standing lfido Idol pulling at u rack ci lIrIhigh tit reiinensee1 v liar they nil count tMIllr Tnpolo Coma from thar mVolf n spell ago Whury1 goon Only old Bragg known nnd ho wont tell Reckon wore goen noth to Kmtx villo ter foller the two brigudei ez went up n iHll ago Whnt traps air nil these hynr amt them oz is comon- Wiial tharH ChontlmmV und With ers divisions and reckon Andersons I saw Ginerul Polk tenlny 5b they say HardceA hyar Im in th Twenty fourth Tenmwee mself mid thots htiitliainV Lays cavalry brigade in hyur ThetHHll the cavalry I known on Mark wits nil 11 A large miutlicni force was I1I1tlmlrutill lit hnll nil and jHrhaps they would oar Judo Ten nonsof or Kentucky byomit of the routes pointed out to him by his general It was u splendid plan provided thu gen anal who wits to uxectiti it could keep hula enemy from knowing his intentions long enough to throw an army on huts flank or rear Then In making u circuit of tho town Mark wan impressed with the natural strength of the pHition Ho gnzod over thus plain Mitttwnnt his eye resting on Missionary ridge hut Ill not drawn of the soldiers luittlo dostliiBd to take phico there u year litter when the moan in thus Army of the CiimlMTland diary garding this plans of their superiors would start from the Ixtttom of that mountain and detest an UIIHIIIV piuring shot and shell down upon thorn froth tlio top Why didnt our generals occupy this place when they couloT sighed Mark Now Ill tta late While it wits evident to Mark that the enemy were concentrating for a move against the Union linos thero was noth Illig to indicate where they would strike except the mention of tune two brigades as having gone to Knoxvillo He knew that they might strike may one of se ernl paints from Hattie Creek to Knoxville and eagerly sought for some hull ration where it would lw Ho strolled about with Jnkey all the aflornooll the two sufficiently resembling country bumkins to avoid suspicion Passing u recruiting station Murk went inside the tent where nn officer was writing nt n pine table Cap he snit lain thinkeu Id like ter jute the army Youre just tho man wo want Youve got plenty of tote anti muscle should reckon youd boon in tho ranks afore this Waul I dont want tor light outon my state f kin help it What sttat0- Ieutuesseu reckon youll hare n chanco to light in It If yon tfoin the arty HIckoIlIlOIIS recniiten fur Chontlmmg division Thar ull Tennessee figement in our division except the artillery n a rigcment o Georgia nnd one oTuxas in fantryWhar Ier divisionr Across the river At Dallas nr Poos somowlmr up thar Y letter let me put yer down fur my rigemeut tho th Tennessee I uuotght tergo way down south No four o that jest now What makes y culclnte on IT- Theres two divisions across now ourn nnd Withers Y dont reckon their goes ter cross the river fur the purpose c umrchen south do yT Oh dont know nothen bout mill tnry Waal will you join us Ef y reckon ull the sojors hero is gocu to tight in old Tennessee reckon I will Theubolition unity hez overrun ourstuto n want ter see em tiny out The way to do it my good man is to take u musket and help Do yo reckon thts what were goon ter do I toll you tint two divisions are al ready ncross and happen to know that all the transportation in the shape of cars Nod locomotives that cut lie found are beta corruled hynr fur u further movement Come now my man stop talken and take yer pluce whnr ye oughter be Whats yer tame Tho officer took up a ten All rigid cup count mo In Ill jest go n git my bundle und lw back hynr in half un hour Tho captain hesitated Murk began to fear that ho was thinking of using force rather that let so promising recruit go Are you sure youll comu buckT warden cop L TInrfc moved nwny anti It was not until ho had got out of sight that he real ized ho had run n great risk for he snw that the captain would have detained him hud he not lielieved in hula sincerity ulxMit enlisting Mark went straight to the hotel anti paid his bill He fenrod the recruiting officer might send for him or have him followed so without waiting to eat supper ho made u package of lilt pur chases Jukey took his und slung his Miwdor nut shot flask over hats shoulder Then the two left the hotel to begun nn attempt to lease Chiittn noogu Their stub laud been only from sunrise to sunset hut Murk gulned nil tho information ho tats likely to ac quirt und anxious to get away with it True ho did not know where tho enemy would strike hut this ho would not bu likely to henn- aCIIAPTIiR VIII IASSINQ IICKKT lie turned tn hunk it the Going down to the rlltllldII found a last which had all it to carry time soldiery und citizens who were crossing Mark thought he would try what imMiraneo would do in getting across without n puss Ho found the guard more watchful than b expected Cunt y puts mo n my 110 brother lieutenant ho asked We Ixjn doen Mim6 tnidou in ChattuniK gy nnd watt ter git home Wo bon buyer some cal iker for that women folks Old I5rngg himself couldnt go over without n INISS resnoniled tho officer Whnr mought git one tasktrl- Mark At hondquurters reckon Mark turnetl away He considered tho expediency of going to headquarters und iisking for n pass but regarded this course fraught with too uttch risk He determined to make un attempt to get out of town mid across the river by the route over which he hind entered lie know the ground by this route und that was n great udvnntuge If lie could steal hula way beyond the picket he could doubtless thata method of crossing IVrhujM he might mako his way jlown till river und across nt Shell mound or still lower to the mouth of Battle creek held by the Union forces Mark skirted the town on thu west nnd then took a course directly south till ho came to the railroad This ho followed to u point near whore he hand bivouacked the night Wore Crawling to n rise in the ground und motioning Jake to keep lack ho laid down on hit stomach to make a survey It wns nearly dark Silhouettes of figures were passing between him amid a cumptire beside the railroad track Be yond the palisades of Lookout moun tain stool out boldly against a streak of twilight in the west Between tine truck and alto river was un oj en which ho must puss to get by the picket Tim river bunk would afford some pro tection Near whero he was it wns steep nnd time current set directly against itbut lower down by time picket there up wired to bo places whero a man could walk under the low bluff The moon was about tharee quarters full und the night was clear except for clouds that would limit Il1zlloer Lookout mountain und across thus moons face so that at tittles her light wall part ly obscured Mark thought of waiting till she hull set but this would not be till after daylight He minute up his mind to iiniku the attempt nt once Culling Jakoy he gave him nn account of what he intended to try for und told him that if it should bo necessary to ran under fire the boy wus to lie down nUll if necessary give himself up but on no account to risk being shot Jnkey only half promised und Mark tens obliged to Ixj satisfied with this Then waiting for u little while longer for tho twilight to entirely disappear und a cloud to ob scure the moon ho lay on the ground gathering his forces mud getting his mind into that cool state requisite for one who is about to mike a very haz anions IIttCIllIIt- 11IlIvlltl the conditions were tavern ble und he got up and led the way tothe river bunk which he proposed to skirt He left his handle but took Jakeysguu loaded utul cupped III his hand They gained the point where they had landed the night before nearly opposite where Murk had seen the silhouettes on thou railroad Trending us noiselessly as possible they pussed along the river mar gin under the overhanging batik till they cline to u place where the bank was low Stooping they proceeded torn short dlstnncu till they reached the root of a tree that hud been felled long before Here they paused und listened Suddenly they heard what sounded like u musket brought from u shoulder down to the hollow of a hand and a voice Who cones titan Corporal of the guard with relief Advance corporal and give the coun tersign Then there was some muttering und footstep trumping uway Mark peeved between the roots of the stump toward this wiut from which the bounds hud come lie saw not a hundred feet awiy a inuu sitting ou u log with J r u u tits musket resting against Juts shoulder thslmtt on the ground lie was looking listlessly up nt the sky Presently In whidlITho sentinel suit smoking whllo Murk meditated ills first thought WHS Wh did humbug this hey The situation was ellelllllIlmlllccover which they would have to in escape there might IKI u slight clmn for life to make a dash were he alone but with the bay it tens not to thought of and Murk was unwilling to leave him lie looked buck with u view to re tracing the route over which he hud come Hu horrified to s i it sentinel pacing n hundred yards above He hail been placed there by the relief The only hope was to walt for the man nearest him to rulux hula watchfulness and attempt to pats him The sentinel up the river wits not to bo feared except by going back for from tho nature of tho ground thu fugitives would be hid den from him if they should go forward To BE COJTTIWUTD A SAIHHSAIIOINTJIUNT- Ineffective liver medicine iB dis nppointmo but you dont wnut to purge strain and break tho glands of the stomach nnd bawls DoWittH Little Early Risers never disappoint They cleanse the system of nil poison and putrid matter and do it so gently that one enjoys tho pleasant elFfcls They are n tonic to the liver Curo- biliousness torpid liver and proven fever For sale by East End Drug Co Necessary Expenses for Twelve Weeks School Tenons who board thcmsclve can tpcnil as much or little s they choose on living exp tines It pays to hue a little extra money forkil urea books ami other tliluc nut the nmwary expense Are only M follow To par the eras day School penses Uving II01YARJ LADln lULlfln1nIIlrlltlletFin t Months Hoard b a ouToLaundry to Beginning lid Mo Board 8 00 1 00 Beginning 3d Mo Board S 500 48 M w- iOcnl Deposit returned 00 a W Total Expense 13 Weeks 87 CO Oil For those below A Grammar deduct the fJ for books stud II tram Incidental fee making etc total ouly 112130 When four girls room together each tare ti or more on room and fuel making the total only 22AO If rlaued below A Grammar loom and fuel cost one dollar RIO In tin Winter term two rooms for housekeeping with stove etc ran bo rented for from Silo fC a term The IrlU n big calf a little tau bark Mr R few home a1uu hed cowers will give n term of acluiol which will change OIIBI whole life for the belted A Weak Stomach Indigestion Is often caused by over eating An eminent authority says the barm done thus exceeds that from the excessive use of alcohol Eat all the good rood you want but dont over load the stomach A weak stomach youeatThenKodol which digests your focd with out the stomachs aid This rest and the wholesome tonics Kodol contain loon restore health DIetlngunneces sary Kodol quickly relieves the feel Ing of fulness and bloating from which some people suffer after meals Absolutely cures indigestion Kodol Natures Tonic PreparedonlbyEODetVtrrOoCblcago TAI U bottle contUuiStf ttmei tbtCOc sire Three Years in RichmondAnd sots of tooth that have been made at my oluVo if there is one set or 011 sets that show any detects I will make new set free We are ninkiii till heat set of teeth in the world for 750 and if detects show in ive years we give you a now sot free This applies to all tho teeth have modEl or am going to make thu lest alloy fills in tho world at 75 cents DR HOBSONIDentist Permanently located in the Hobson Buildingnext door to Gov eminent Building Richmond Kentucky Reference Richmond National Bank Special Prim to SttidontH HTKlIKI INTO LIV COALS When a child I burned my foot frightfully writes W H Eads of Jonesvillo Vn which caused lr m t hale leg sores for 30 years but Buck lens Arnica Salvo wholly cured ma after everything else failed Infalli bio for Burns Scalds Cuts Sores Bruises and Piles Sold by East End Drug Co for 25c v a THE CITIZENrCOLLEGE ITEMS President Frost went to Cincinnati yesterday to return in a tow lays Prof Raymond delivered the Tues day lecture in the Tabernacle Subject Life Plans Kenneth Caldwell came in Saturday afternoon and has resumed his studies in the College Tho brick made at the College yard are certainly of excellent qualitygood material and well burnt James M Combs and Noah May leave Monday for Boston to take a course in tho Sloyd School Mr Clark superintendent of the Brickyard is away on a trip to Knox villu and Harrimau Teun George G Dick weut to Cincinnati yesterday to enter the School of Tech nology of the Cincinnati University The registration of students up to Tuesday evening was ninetyone greater than at the same date last yuar Rev W A Eisouhart of IJioh iiioutl was here last Thursday He brought a new student for tlie Col logo Mrs Koark wife of Prof bark of the State College at Lexington was here Friday to put her nephew in fchoolThree young men whose names we have net learned came in yesterday afternoon from Bulfalo N Y to en ter the College Lost on Main street on Tuesday night a pocketbook containing 33 more or less Finder please take samoto Principal Marsh at the College Professor and Mrs Dinsmore ac companied by Carl Hunt and John L Atkesou left Monday for Northeastern Kentucky to conduct Peoples Institutes at several places- J Thompson Baker class of Berea D7 is professor of Science and His tory at Central High school Temple Tex The school opened with an at tendance of 100 Temple is a city of 12000 population 25 miles south of Waco and 75 miles north of Austin the capital Orman Simpson left Sunday oven ing for Heron Ky where he goes to lake a nine months course in the Col logo at that place He will have charge of the hand at the College 4Ormanis a firstclass musician in every respect and the band will no doubt make rapid progress under his lead ership Alexis III Visitor Berea College has provided three scholarships for assisting students to pursue certain courses of study away from Berea Each scholarship furnishes about onethird the necessary expenses On those scholarships George G Dick will study ironwork 1anti engineering at the Cincinnati University Technological school andr James M Combs and Noah May will study woodwork at tho Sloyd School in Boston d WANTEDYOUNG LADIES There are more young ladies than over before attending Berea this fall but there is still room for more So many of our advanced students are out teaching in the freeschools that it leaves good rooms and chances to earn n part of ones board and oth or opportunities especially good fo the fall term Tioomrent is one dol lar less in tho fall term than in the winterThere is a chance just now for sev aril girls to enter tho course in nurs ing Any bright girl who completes this course can earn from one to three dollars a day In taking taro of the sid The fall term has just opened and h many who read this notice ought to hurry up and coinoto Berea and not allow the beautiful tall months to wasted YOUNG MEN WANTED There are fifty more young men at school in Baron this fall term than over before in thin fall term but there is n chance for more It is this way In tho fall a largo t number are away from Borea teaching in the public schools And when there are fewer students in Berea those who are here have a hotter chance to get work to got goal rooms and to receive special attention from their teachers There is a chance for several young men to work in the Brickyard now and lay up money for schooling in tho winter Tho students who are most ambitious to got ahead always try to be sh here in tho fall The term has just opened Do not lot tho time be lost Hurry up and bo in tho Borea schoolright away t NINIINNN 11 NMN NNN FZAND PERSONAL I 1N NNNIINNN 1NN I INN Remember the premiums wo offer are first quality goods BEST BREAD at Bicknoll k EarlysFor Fncsn GRAHAM FLOUR go to Sharps mill on Saturday Allan Wallace is recovering nicely from an attack of typhoid CoerIThe Free Sowing Machine o ITerI on our second pogo is n liberal Will C Hanson of Winchester was hero Tuesday on a visit to home folks Work on the Parish House is still dolayed by tho non arrivalof tho shin gles Chester D Erwin returned from a visit to his homo at Dawson Springs TuesdayMr of Richmond State Secretary of tho V M C A was in town Tuesday You should see the elegant linn of Ladies Wraps just openwl at Welchs They are grand You will miss a good thing if you do not accept ono or more of1I0ur Premium Offers Dr W Y Erwiu of Hopkinsvilie an expert chiropodist will be at Mrs Allens until Sunday- Jo S Jopliu of Richmond will have in n new advertisement next week Look for it James M Early has hoer appointed deputy county clerk in the room of A T Fish deceased Reuben Kirby will start Sunday for Atlanta Ill to visit his son John C Kirby who resides there Tho Bank and most of tho stores were closet Saturday because of the death of A T Fish Pullets Wanted I will pay cash for some extra good pullets at- 8e per pound H M JONES Edwin Embreo has recovered his lost class pin It was found by a young man named Poyuter John T Tatum anti Miss Katie Henderson were married at tho home of the bride Thursday Sept 11 Married Monday Sept lEi at 10 a m at Lincoln Neb Miss Ersie Richardson to Mr James C Kinuard A L of Clovis Cal writes hiillgrapoRemember if you want a Genuine Air Tight Stove that Welch sells the Coles patent tho original and best It is thought that the primary elec lion for circuit clerk will not bo hold until after tho Congressional election Nov Bicknell Early havo just received two car loads of tho Famous Weber Wagon There is no better farm wag on madoThe kniCe offered as n premium to subscribers to Tim CITIZEN is n splendid tool for a farmer or mechanic See XOTICE The card of the Church and College Chapol services has boon crowded out this week by matter of very general interest- It pays to trade at Welchs Ho comes nearer having what you want and his prices are always the cheapest and you get a square deal A new enterprise the West End Meat market has been opened at the old marble shop opposite to Burdet tos mill by Royston C Bronaugh Goo W Camp who is teaching at Mt Vernon was in our office Satur day and reports an attendance of over GO per cent of the school census in his district Next week we will otter a Splendid International SelfPronouncing Teachers Bible as a premium for sub criptions to TilE CITIZEN lookout for the announcement Reuben Kirby brought into the of fice Tuesday a hunch of potatoes one goodsized potato with five others growing out of and attached to it and weighing 10 ounce- sWANTEDfi YOUNG MEN iron Madison County at once to prepare for positions in the Government Sor vice Railway Mail Clerks Lotter Carriers Custom House and Depart mental Clerks etc Apply to Inter state Corms Inst Cedar Rapids la- The Methodists of Wallace Chap el will lay the cornerstone of their new house of worship on Saturday Sept 20 at 3l m A cordial invita tion to the services is extended to everybodyThe tho now Mens Indus trial building is being pushed Tho material for the foundation is being put on the ground Tho cornerstone of the building mbe laid atan early dateR L i I Six quart tin pail 10 count Three cakes tar soap CiII Four ounces smelling salts 10II All first quality goods at THE TEN CENT STORK next door to postotiTce Richmond Ky If you havo mattresses furnituro- bricRbrncutc that needs renovating or repairing you can got it done in town now Head General Upholstery atdon second page There wore six drunken titan on our streets Monday staggering around and outraging decency On Tuesday a wellknown old toper was inflicting himself on passers by on Main street Whoso business is it to suppress this nuisance We know that hero istno whisky sold in Berea and drunkards ought not to be allowed to make ex hibitions of themselves on our streets After a very brief illness our towns man A T Fish died nlmtit 2 oclock Saturday morning His death was unexpected anti very sudden An inquest was held by Esq W A John son anti the following verdict was re turned Wo tho jury agree that tho death of AT Fish was duo to imme diate heart failure The funeral eon dueled by Rev G A Burgiw DI and the local lodge of Masons on Sunday afternoon was attended by an immense gathering of relatives and neighborsYIIN NNNNIINNIIN NII I CORRESPONDENCE I i INNI NNIINNNININNN N 1N JACKSON COUNTY KERBY KNOB Miss Mary Coyle wont to Korea Wednesday to stay for some weeks Carlos Colo is visiting his father Judge Coylo Thomas Hays has gone to Ohio for a fortnight oath P Hays is visiting with Mrs Thomas Hays hisdaughterIIiram and Lucy Dean hove a now girl just two weeks oldMr Robert Abrauis was married to Miss Ida Azbill at tho homo of the bride Sept 11 Rev Wm Powell of ficatiug James Reese and n part of his family have gone to visit relatives in Indiana Mrs D C Sparks of Dry Rock is visiting her father and mother Mr and Mrs John D Ha- tJilhlA memorial service of th6 do ceased daughter and grandchild of Stephen Abnims will bo delivered next Sunday at Cave Springs lions Yun Winkle nnsfof1ntllt porltap Rev Conchs will conduct thin services Teachers association nt Cavo Springs Saturday Sept 27 ROCKCASTLE COUNTY CONWAY Thin frosts have damaged Into corn anti fodder horn Little Mary Lie daughter of Mr and Mrs It Dykes is under treatment for her eyes with Dr Burdotte of Brodhcad Mrs Cora Turner of Lovell Station spent several days hero last week with her father S P CallahanMr and Mrs Durham of Pittsburg wore visiting relatives at Scaffold Coon last week Mr and Mrs M Grinstead returned homo Saturday from a visit to Knox countyR M Johnstone was home from Richmond SaturdayJ H CofIposition with the Cincinnati Southern SigmundiVisit her sister Mrs W C Yiars of Scaffold CanoJ W McCollom T F Guinn and W B Sigtnoud attend ed Court Tuesday Mrs Hurst of Boron was a guest at Matt ColTeys Monday Mrs Maggio Thompson has joined her husband at fronton O Luther McCollom has sold out and gone to Bedford IndMuch sorrow was felt hero because of the death of A T Fish last Saturday ROCKFORD The following persons aro sick Dora Viars from malarial fever Ruby Yiars from foyer and a littlo son of Wm Linvillo Died on tho night of Sep 13 Miss Bottio Gadd daughter of Mr and Mrs A P Gadd The burial was on Sunday at the Viars burial ground Isaac Told was in Conway Saturday on buHinessEvery body busy saving foddorC H Todd was in Richmond Saturday to visit his mother Charles Holman lute moved to Garrardcounty DISPUTANTA Born to Mr and Mrs J A Anglin li daughter GrncoMrand Mrs S Moore and children visited at R A Swinfords recently Miss Juila Cruse who has boon visiting hero for three months returned homo last week Your correspondent visited Miss Nannie Anglin Friday Wm Roberts and family have moved to Boron to reside Miss Mattio McGuiro visited her cousin Chessio Reynolds recent lyThe Touchers Association Dist No2 waa hold at Macedonia sc- hooliiEiIi t J house Saturday A protracted moot ing began nt Clear Creek Baptist church COUNTY VALLEY VIEW Boy D W Ellison preached at the M E church Sunday night anti loft Monday for conference Miss Sallie Mitchell who has boon hero for quite a while left for Nicholanville Monday Mrs JL Taylor who has boon ill with fever is much bolter Quito a aunt her of our people attended tho Lox ington fair last weekMr and Mrs Harry Reynolds and family visited their relatives on Jolly Ridge Suu dayMilo Bush spout a fow days in Lexington recently PERRY COUNTY DWARF R Leo OWOIIH who is sick will yo to Luiiinvillo this winik for treatment Miss Rachel Owens is teaching near Pigeon IoostJohutniu Johnson Honor Mr nnil Mrs John Johnson is load from Hcrofula Miss Amy Smith visited friends here last Friday A number of our Iwys have joined thin Army Miss Suda Owens daugh for of Mr and Mrs E B Owens has been illsotnelime11 ngll who has boon ill several months is at Hyden with Dr Cook for treatment So M Richio is a regular caller on alias Rachel Owens Henry Owens line saved lSOO bundles of fodder VTKU tlKK FOIl CIIIKINIU CONMTI 11TI IN- Take two cups of hot water half an hour before each meal tied just before going to Icy also a drink of water hot or told about two hours after each meal Take lots of outdoor exorcise walk ride drive Make a regular habit of this and in maty cases chron ic constipation may lx cured without the use of any medicine When a purgative in required take something mild and gentle liko Chamlwrlains Stomach and Liver Tablets For sale by S K WELcuJs- BRICK FOR SALE Two hundred thousand 200000 hardburned brick for sale in tho lot or in quantities to suit purchaser All whole brick 10 per 1000 As put iu the stack merchantable per KiWHITE Whites Station Ky LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAILROADT- ime Table In Effect July 1902 doing Airtli Train n llnlly Leave heron11 tlM am Arrive Richmond 1210 am Arrive Paris 816 plIt Arrive Cincinnati i 00 pm iiiine smith Triiln Uulljr Leave Bores 122 p m Arrive Livingston218 p in J W Stephens Ticket Agent Information If you desire Information about any section of thin United States Canada or Mexico and its hits iness opportunities wo will send you a largo bundle of literature for Mc Hand thin fifty coats to the editor of this paper mitt ho will forward your name to us THE COMMERCIAL INVESTORS AOBNCV Denver Colorado- ANNOUNCEMENT Wo aro authorized to announce Goo D White of thin Glade district as candidate for Circuit Clerk of Madison county subject to tho action of the Democratic party Wo aro authorized to announce Roy U White as candidate for Circuit Court Clerk in Madison county sub ject to thin action of the Democratic party10VU A FIHMIIHII ATTACK An attack was lately mado on C F Collier of Cherokee la that nearly proved fatal It canto through his kidnoys His back was so lame he could not stoop without great pain nor sit in a chair except propped by cushions No remedy helped him until ho tried Electric Bitters whicli effected such a wonderful change Unit he writes ho feels like a now man Title marvelous medicine cures back ache anti kidney trouble purifies the blood and builds up your health Only Wo at East End Drug Cos For a bad taste in the mouth tako Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets For sale by S E WELCH JR I U i d J A Generation Ago Coffee could only be bought in bulk The 20th Century way is the way sealed packages always correct in weight clean fresh uniform and retaining its rich flavor This Foot lull Team sae heM the inter I rollrnlalA Dental CliMUne e Cop during the post three MHKinj unuu DR FENNERS KIDNEY an- dBackache KldneriBladder scheileartDletneebravslDropsy Dont become dliconraced There It a cure for you If mvr ury mile Ir truiirr llu has slut n llfn lute rurlnc Jllo l ouc- hctueereyuuh All Mii ultuilipii FreeIr lcimrr Kldnir ami U the rau e nf In lnc ullvx iu4lay I bud ulTvml gnxillr of khlimy d6ee liirjrrarni mil rvdurnl In Wright IM puuim tlKli IMtxiuml W II MtltOINOllve lurnsee0 IlrlllllllIJI tl AskuNelk Ili free STVITUSDANCE Lion Coffee CURE tare Ilreulsr IfI r trvtlimlitNY The best physio Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Easy to tako Pleasant in effect For Halo by S E WEUII JR- SPECIAL NOTICE All persons who wish to take heron College students as roomers or hearth ore will ploaso noo Treasurer Mwrno boforo term opens and BOOUIM n Householders Permit II M Jose Vice President TOT CUMKS MIIIIT AIAItM Ono night my brothers baby was taken with Cron writes Mrs J C Snider of rUtodoii IylIit soul od it would strangle before wo could get a doctor so wo gave it Dr Kings Now Discovery which gave quick ro Iof anti permanently cured it Wo always keep it in the hotmo to protect our children from Croup and Whoop ing Cough It cured mo nf a chronic bronchial trouble that no other remo dy would relieve Infallible for Coughs Colds Throat anti Lung troubles We and 100 Trial hot ties freo at East End Drug Vn THE MARKETS IIlJOlI1tD ay n NORMAN A OO CINCINNATI SPpti r CATTLECommon tWO tiiII Butchersli2ii M 510 II Shippers025 W 700 OALVESChoico 509 700 II Large fiOO- Hoos Common 710 II Fair CQmll1on400I 7lti- Packing 715 SHEEP Good JlOb II Common to fair 125 300 LA xns Good to choice 25 W 010 II Common to fair275 a 400 WIUATNo2Hod 7002 71 CORN rs 69 OATsNp 2 mixed 2SJ 0 W RiBNo 2 fi2 bI LoQRWinter patent 810 j J60- II II 30 82ti- II Family270 2110 MILL aoll00 17X1 HATNO 1 Tintotliy1200 122f- II No2II 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trip says P L Taylor of New Albany Bradford county lor was taken suddenly with diarrhea and was about to givo up tho trip when editor Ward of tho Lacoyvillo jrettsttiurr suggested that I tako n dose of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy I purchas 1 ed n bottle and took two doses one boforo starting and Otto on tho rode I mado tho trip successfully nnd never felt any ill effect last summer I was completely run IloWIIrwith an attack of dysentery I bought a bottle of this same remedy mid this ntime ono dose cured mo Sold by S E WELCH JR This will save your LiftBy inducing you to use JI Dr Kings New Discovery and Colds ttNO th Grip Influenza Asthma Bronchitis t Whooping Cough 1nuumonla or anj h Affection of the Throat and Lungs 1 TRIAL BOTTLES FREE Regular Blzo 00 cents and 1OAv k +e