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REV JOHN DODWELL 1Editor and Publisher Ihlernl loJ ffi a III llttI Jay na uron4- e4uu WlIlWlIln 1vor IV A Family Pit xar HEUEA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 25 1902 Fifty coats n year NO Hflr f 1 IDEAS Tha True Philosophy of Business Sue cess tar iirhltr wnul nonue wan couL6 tin out miniilir dun in hit lioiiia lo KIIIIIIIY about II limy tx ilc watt idwMil piijr II ihonM- Illll llllwlltt den bull ii end InIll Kol Su lull ml Hhltrunil nrpiuliri ite pitittt Tlionl Ulkiu much tout ilr minify lUIi j pelt kr IinnqeenilrlhtlmrnnnnenpdetewsrdJet Wliru nor ilo iiiirt led haIIall llf illiln dart iltr Jw prlre nf tin Utnl IleumInnrutIii Kl ilrjr follow lie Until Its koowl del the lilltirv will tout In coin fllln lie untie mjr to uncm h In lUlit ARtilu rah Ui will jriih liiniin you hurl Hu dun yd nmtrelry in lng odd chonl In tee juli Imtlurn in trot In 1oIonl C Julinxin TAKE NOTICE Dry HurgoMs will preach nt Ilin Tab firunclit Siiiulny nt II n in Subject liTho Word of God Then will ho preaching attire Ilnp tint church Sun lay morning nnd evening nt the accustomed hours Thw College Chapel service Sunday night nt 710 will Iw n storeopticon lertue7ho Word Miulo Flesh ThnrowillhotuOugsorvicnonSutl tiny nt Ilin Congrtgntional church nt 7JW p m A special fenliiro will- Is n moral ntid interesting story told for tint young oplo FROM THE WIDE WORLD Hungnry bun in her lKmler 100X0 gypsies I Hy conquest of the South African republics Grunt Hritnin added lf7 000 square miles to oho empire Tim stale of Jalisco Mexico hall abolished cock and bullfighting in accordance with n public demand It linn boon definitely decided to hold the next World International Sunltny school convention tn the city of Jerusalem It would tnko n man n year to walk through suit thi slreols of London Eng if ho walked duty and night If heNo streets were ptnerrlpad to pad they would uxlnnd from tin river Thamei ncrotH Europe and Asia to thn Poodle Ocean IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Them nm 000000 JOHH in Now York city Ton State department nl Washing Inn unit onions n now ollicial seal Early in Octolirr tho steamship Sit ver Town with 300 mlllft of tele graph cnblo alxuml will leave Snn Francisco for Honolulu thence to- Qiinm nnd ho Philippines linking to gether thn Unite Status and Its in 1r tI Innd jwsspssioin- Sntunlny was n gala tiny in Cincin nnti on nrcount of President Theo Roosevelts visit unit thn fall festival In n wit speech nt Music Hall limn president discussed thn tariff Sssuo fully nod gavo great attention to the trust problem There wan n grand parade of too bike and other depart terms of till wholu city tho whole passing oil without accident or dis turbance On Friday night nt the Bhiloh Negro Baptist fliurch Birmingham Ala Just nH Booker T Washington liml coucludtMl nn address to tho nn tionat convention of Baptists n figljt ixtwoon Judge Ballon a negro law yor nnd tho choir lender caused n panic anti in thn crush to get out ono hundred nnd thirteen people worn trampled to death std seventy othora Rorionsly injured- COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Zinc sad loud of lino quality lava IHHJU found on HnininoiidH creek in AnderRou county Thin nnnitary condition ol ovary house in Loumvillo is to ho ascertain ed by thn health ollicorH Bud n per w manent leconl kept in thin city hall Tint planing millo anti lumlwryanlN of the Hcliuuco Manufacturing com ltroYltlIby lira Saturday morning LOll VUi 000 Insurance 11700 Judge Jamen M Benton who wna x appointed by Oov lieckhnin to fill out tho unexpirod term of Judge T J Scott ilocoaaed in tho 2filh Judicial b r district lens RIIIIOllncod leis candidacy r lIoxllorlllTho t of ap onlH on Friday JusticotlQovornCorbott boxing contest to tako plnco in Louisville last Monk tiny is a prize light coining within itI thn prohibition of the statutes and could not therefore como off 0 14 lRt THE CITIZEN BIBLE IN SCHOOLS Quarrelling nmong tho religious sects and thn churches about interpretation has Btricken Iliblo from tho reading of tho Aiiinricnn pooplo Sec tarianiHin has brought about much serious condilion III thin nation tutor tho EngliHh Bible in no longer known nn literature and coiiHcquontly tho I plo cllnunt iinderxtniid the bnnicel emonls of our civilization Thin what Dr Nicholas Murray Butler priuiident of Columbia university 8000 rHonH nt tho gnueral session o the National Educational association at Minueapolifl Ho mado an iiupan slotted appeal for tho nvttorntion of the English Hiblo III tho HCIOOH no from n religious ntandpoint but from that of u book which had been the foundation of Christian civilization anti nn iunpiration of tho best in Eug dish literature ills appealwas interrupted by tremendous applause from all points in tho Exposition building Dr Butler spoke on Some Pressing Problems in ICducation and that of till Bible lit considered to be of vital importance nm not talking of the Bible now in the sense of using it for religious instruction or for till promotion of theology ho said My thesis is that 1illOIlarlAuilngeneration from knowing the beauties of tllu greater writers in the English language from Chaucer to Browning and from understanding as wellItR placing them outside the pale of knowledge of their own civilization Without knowledge of tho Bible ono cannot read mind understand tho glo rite of Milton nnd Shakespeare and Tennyson I rest thn first 12 lines in Parndisn Lost to n group of college students ono day mind noun of them could undenitnnd thn reference to Bib lieu history When visiting Jerusalem I wit ncMfd a disgraceful scene during n most solemn Christian ceremony Christians wore lighting and strug gling among each other to sue tho procession and the sneering Moham melee soldiers tho miserable Turks were pushing thn unruly Christians back This is n sample of what wo have hero Tint Christiant am fight ing among themselves over their in terpretation of tho Bible and aro gradually tithing it out of mind The present condition is shameful Wo have and are impoverishing life null literature by burying our troas urehouso under limo dust of theologi cal discussion The Bible is tho in spiration on which tho host English style has lx en built Even tho non Christian has to read tho Bible in or der to understand history You can not understand oriental history with out reading the Vedas nor Grecian history without knowing something of Greek mythology TO THE DEMOCRATS OF MADI SON COUNTY KY In the prinK of thinyenr I announc c1I11IIOHa candidate for tho Dem ocratio nomination for circuit clerk and visited several sections of the county in the interest of my candi dacy I was prevented from making anything like an active or thorough canvass by severe and serious sickness in my family As there WM no demand or occa sion for nn early primary I believed that I would have abundant opportunity to present my claims to people The county committee on last Sat urday called i primary for Nov 22 nm The shot time intervening makes it impossible for mo to make a satis factory canvass of so largo n county as Madison and I havo determined to witl draw from time race The Democratic party is greater than any of its members anti 1 lx w to tho expressed wish of its duly con stituted authorities and pledge my devotion and support to the promotion of its interests and tho success of its principles and I desire to earnestly express to the many friends who havo shown so much interest In my race and pledged me so loyal support my profound and lusting gratitude GEO D WIIIT- EANNOUNCEMENT Wo are authorized to announce Roy U Whito ns candidate for Circuit Court Clerk in Madison county sub met to the action of the Democratic porky 20401 2 REPAIR THAT LOOM Boren College has secured market for homenuun and homowoven goods such ns coverlids linen dress linsey jeans blankets etc at follow lull prices 50tn a yard Junes no cents n yard Blankets natural brown wool or hark dyes 3 n pair Whito liimoy and whito blankets are not in demand only on orders inchesfAll dyes used must old fashioned homomade dyes covertor uron should find out what the College wants before beginning to weave or spin For information apply in per son or by letter to Mrs Hattie Graham Berea Ky WATHIt emir bolt VIIIIUSIV CONSTI PATION Take two cups of hot water half nn hour before each meal mini just before timing to hell nlso n drink of water hot or oldabout two hours after each meal Take lots of outdoor exorcise walk ride drive Make n regular habit of this amid in many cases chron ic constipation may lo cured without tho use of any medicine When n purgative is required take something mild and gentle like Chamberlains Stomach amt Liver Tablets For snit by S E SVEL- cnJnCommissioners Sale Floyd Kidd Admr Jima M Hart PUT against Jan Harts lirA suit Crds Defcndta Notice of Sale in Equity By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Smile of the Madison Circuit Court rendered nt tho September Torn thereof 1902 in limo slave style cause tho iindoraigiiod will on Monday October 6 1902 Between tho hours of 11 oclock n m and 12 oclock in at tho Court house door In Richmond Madison county Jybelug October county Court tiny proceed to expose to pun LIC SALE to the highest bidder thn following described property viz A Certain Tract of Land On the waters of Silver Crook in Madison county Ky known as tho Jar man tract null bounded by William Adams homestead Pleas Evans Sit vet Creek Juno Armstrong tho Kin caid tract etc containing r8 acres more or less 2nd Also another trnpt of land in Madison county on tho waters of Sil ver Crook called too Kincaid truce and bound d by Wm Atlnnip the Walker heirs tract Big Branch tho acres sold by Vm Adams to John Kiucaid Juno Armstrong the Jaruiau tract etc and containing 88 acres more or less These two tracts will bo offered sep arately and thou as a whole and tho bid producing tbo most monoy will be acceptedTIlh1fSSnio will bo made on- o credit of 012 nod 18 months equal ly Time purchaser will bo requir ed to give bond with approved se curity for tho payment of tho pur chime money to have tho forco and effect ofn judgment bearing legal interest from day of sale with n lion reserved upon said property until all tho purchase monoy is paid S E SCOTT MasterCommisslonerof Madison Circuit Court Sept 17 1902 Josh Westlmfer of Loogootoo Ind is a poor man but he says ho would not l o without Chamberlains Pain Balm if it cost five dollars a Uottlo for it saved him from being n cripple No external application is equal to this liniment for stiff and swollen joints contracted muscles stiff neck sprains and rheumatic and muscular pains It has also cured numerous cases of partial paralysis It It for sale by S E WELCH Ju Ip Dont Use- Spectacl es Unless you need thorn and if you uso thorn bo sure they fit your need I will give thorough examination with tho above instrument FREE OP on no E which always indicates time correct glasses to use It you dont IIWH glasses I will toll you so T A Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main Street Richmond Ky =WIIVPS voirit vtui WIIIITII Sometimes n fortune hut never if on IIltYR sallow complexion a jaundiced look moth patches ami blotches on tho skinnll signs of Liver Trouble But Dr Kings Now Life Pills give Clear Skin Hosr Chinks Rich Comploxion Only 25 cents at East End Drug Cos Berea College Chemi cal Laboratory I nm prepared to make sanitary and mineral analyses of water San itary analysis determines whether or not water isItnfe to drink E W TODD heron Ky Chemist CENTRAL KENTUCKY AND MADISON MONUMENTALWORKS Head stoups urns mono granitogoverned by qmjjity of ma terial jriet reasonable Only firstclass work done Allwork guaranteed GOLDEN FLORA RICHMOND Ky Corner of Melts sad CoIlliiB streets 2Oa TAUi UAIIK OK TIIKSTOMAUII The mon or woman whose digestion is perfect and whoso stomach per forms its every function is never sick Kodol cleanses purifies nod sweetens tho ttoinach and cures positively and permanently all stomach troubles in digestion and dyspepsia It is tho wonderful reconstruct vo tonic that is making so many sick people well Bud weak pooplo strong by convoying to their bodies all of tho nourishment in tho food they eat Rev J H Holla day of Holladuy Miss writes Ko dol has cured mo I consider it the best remedy over used for dyspepsia and stomach troubles I was given myliroby East End Drug Co Farm for Sale One Mite West of Panola Madison County Ky Containing about ono hundred anti Bovontyfivo 175 acres of good graz mug or corn land well watered about twentyfive 25 acres of good timber oak hickory maple etc good boar jug orchltnl of apples peaches pears etc good six room dwelling with good spring near the door stable null corncrib with almedsanti outbuildings Will bo sold as a wholo or in tracts to suit purchasers IAT price terms etc address Thomas Million Richmond Ky Or call at the farm 610 u kr- J An a Independent Weekly Devoted to the Interests of THE HOME FARM Jt SCHOOL 60 CENTS A YEAR j Come to Richmond for r Clothing In our big stock are styles to please your fancy sizes to tit your form and prices toIsuit your strictest ideas of economy c j Jt Jt j t jt t We Fit You Correctly- AA range of sizes adapted to all shapes of men anda good tailor to alter when necessary INSURE A PERFECT FIT NO MATTER HOW YOURE BUILT C jtjtj jtj C C Prices and Quality Guaranteed QUALITYTake a look at our WINTER SUITS 500 800 1000 1250 and up4 tit J t Covington Banks HAVING THE LARGEST IIMen IiiSADDLESI will for time next no days sell any saddle in tho shop at 10 SIUctflStmw per cent reduction Prices Low Quality guaranteediT J MOBERLY RICHMOND KY l Successor to J T McClinfock Main St Opposite Court Housel DR M E JONES Dentist rc3e MillineryStore Office DaysThursday Friday nnd Saturday of each week We call attention of our Reran friends to tho now Furniture now Jon solo It our largo store Wo in Jill you to make yourself at homo at JOPLINS whether buying or not meet your friends hero und Iconsjdor this your headquarters I PICTURE DEPT Day Phone Night Phone RICE It RICHMOND f Shoes Hats Gents Furnish 1 ings 6 ngentRinRichmond New Fall Arrivals It StrleQuality Jftttr Mattings and Carpet Stock already t arriving t Mmddings in Fashions Latest Dictates always carried and framing neatly done UNDERTAKING A PECIALTYtl4766JO ARNOLD KYI S JOPLIN Richmond Ky I IGeneral Upholstery N If your niattress needs remaking or your couch recovering or your FURNITURE RENOVATING AND REPAIRIN- GiI bo glad to call and give an honest estimate of what it will cost you Work guaranteed Prices reasonable Address Walter TurnerBox 228 Beiea Ky or caro of Supt 0 A King r Douglas N Crutcheria fine line of i Ihave and Sum mer Shoes They enjoy showing their goods IyouSEE THEIR LATEST j s etIN OXFORDS i F I I THE CITIZEN ALCOHOL AND THE NERVES Itmultn of KxiirrltiiPiiln Jin tic toj n VoCril Srlditlit- Artnand Kleefeld liaR recently pub lished till results ot n series of oxper Illicit carried out III the pbysloloRlen liiborntory of the rnlvcrslty of 110 lev tie nmlr tin direction of 1rofrssoi Ailiertonl for the propose of determin ing I lie Inllnence of IIleolwf upon tin 11111011 The paper contains nn mlml ranle summary of work previously done ospefittlly by llcrklcy Pemoor Mile Stcfunowsku and others and b reKirted from Modern Medicine Kleefeld by the adoiillon of a new method of experimentation has shown Unit alcohol produces tirinoKt Instan taneously when Introduced Into the elrciilatlon a retraction of the minute branches of the neuron at least of a treat number of them lie bus also shown that alcohol produces various deformities of the neuron When al cohol U Klvon In less than a fatal dose these various effects disappear with tilt disappearance of the symptoms of Intoxication KleefuldH experiments were made upon trephined rublUts Two opening w re made one on each side of the hiMil After the recovery of the animal from tilt shock of the operation n small close of well diluted alcohol was Inject ed Into the nnlifiul and fifteen tnln uti s Inter the wound of the scull was opvncd and a portion of time brain tls xii snipped off reared III the usual way by the Uolgl method and submit ted to microscopic examination A cou tile of days later after the recovery the nnliiml from the effects of the otI hot nnothvr specimen was obtained tin same way from the opposite Ihlti of the brain Kxnmlnatlou showetl charactirlstlc appearance of tho effect of nloilitil III the llrst specimen amid iiiirmarcflls In the second One of the most Intorcstlntr facts brought out by Kleefeld Is that these deformed appearances of the cerebril cells following the use of alcohol are till Immedlnte results of time presence of this piilson In tilt blood and mire not till result degeneration ns supposed by Hartley and others It Is of course evident from Iterkleys ohservnlius Unit In till lift It ua I drunkard this de formed condition of the cerebral ivlls Is II fixed eondlthm InvoIvliiK lartir share of the cells of till cortex hilt tlif same eiimlltloim exist ItIIIInl Ill In every man who Is under till liitluencr of akohiil Tbe siine Is found to be true of ether chloroform opium co caine anti other narcotics- DANGEROUS NAMES Sillilt Tluglitq ilIlrd by the COIf IIUIII IIN of Uelliuclr NVhats In a name Much more thiin mi erflciul thlnklni discovers By the laws of assocititlon and suggestion names grow to be forceful entitles says a writer In the Union Signal Mothers whether they would acknowl edge It or not are prone to betray ten der amid most pardonable superstition III time matter of babys name Hut there Is a very different side to this matter of names and we wish to sound n clear note pf warning con ceridiiK It A correspondent calls our attention to till anxiety of a certain local white ribbon union over the use of the terms punch howl and champagne wafers The punch may be u hharmless fruit Juice and the wafers a purely nonalcoholic confec tion when these are served there Is nearly always u uu estlon In glance or Binlle If not In words that the par ticipants rather enjoy the nnine of a forbidden fruit It U a species or dare subtle and evasive but rooting Itself down liia fact that Is not a 1111 lit one to contemplate and lead lug up to possibilities that ure most undesirable Jilt more thought Is that familiarity with any hurtful things breeds danger Tllere Is actual danger to children who first hear of champagne In connection iih wafers If wine cake u cheap ur tide ot the bakeries wade to eat with wlnei In good may not the logical lit tie mind conclude that wine Is good too Why not cull white confections strychnine dellghtsV We shiver at once The very word strychnine Is as sociated with danger nnd death Just cu btrong ought to be time association of thotigluP hi connection with all alcohol ks Where theres alcohol theres dun KIT lot not It nor one of Its multifari oils compaunds be so much as lightly named lest tho danger of the deadly thing Itself COniC upon us Mori Power to Thlx Major Mayor Charles M Faxon of Qulncy Ill Is waging u relentless war on the expressmen who brlijg liquor Into the city In violation of the law lion Jly Hoy AVtnt flown It wen not on thll field of battle MtbseanutThat utoltt him away from me rwa the dentil III u tempting dram That the rauHun und senses drown Ue drank the ullurlnc polioii And thu my boy went down Down from the heights of manhood To the depths of dlngruce and tmn Down to u worthless being From the hopa of what might have liven Ior thr brand of a beast besotted IIi tarterd hla inmiliuodu crown Through the gate of u ulnful pleasure My poor weak boy went down Tin only the same old story That mothers often tell With accents of infinIte sadness Like the tones of u funeral bell Out I never thought once when I heard it I should learn all Its meaning myself thought lied be true to his mother I thought hed be true to himself hut alas for my hopes all delusion Alas for his youthful pride Alas who are nafe when danger In open pn every vide Oh can nothing 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and a copy or II Black Hook in good paper covers i Ii r HITHE HOME I H J SEASONABLE RECIPES Coin KritlPrrtOne doen full caw corn gritted yolks or nix eggs wel beaten one tloloollrlll wilt half tea hpoonfnl MiiK r two tablcrpoonfnlN flour io1d ill lie si iu1lybuitumm whilllI Jmko on n hot gridiron Delicion- Corn ill Tomato Cups Cow which in too old for wivinj on the cob ill cut raw KoaHoniMl a 11I111IOllflllllr butter mided to each pint and pack ed in tomato from which tho cen tera havo been 8cooHil out Themi are bakiil in a quick oven for half nil hour Kip Tomato Pickle Prick the ripe tohmlatks over with chopped on ions and Hprinkle with salt let Htand a week drain oh thn salt wat er put the tomatoes in a jar 111111I cover with utroiiK vinejjar lIeu a 111111IIll 110 lIeu pickltH- Qn en Corn Pudiliri Uratn tllnI ilozMi full fresh earn corn to which mitt thin well Umten yolkn of thrin eggs one cup full of cream or rich milk half tli18loollflllof sugar half leaspoonfnl Ratand two tttiihtitlOil fills Hour Fold In the ntilllr beaten whites hake in a well buttered lJilihI olin hour Yellow Pickle hop two rallmiH of cnblm c tprinkl u ith suit 111111I let Htand over iuigbt tlltz dry and put in a kettle AIM two ounce of celery one of tnintric anti quarter pound or mimlard weil live HIIIIIIH of sugar with vinegar to cover well Hoil until list cabbage in tender Put in Hlomi jars iiiim Icuivir clone Tomrto HlllhrIIIII omidn of rust tomatws ten ponndrt of blown suigdr tnhltlipooll fill of ground cloves Iwo tnbUwi ioiifiilH llnpic three nr four nliceil leiiioim one quart good cider vinegar Kemovn till skin innNh the tomatiMN up line and take out lie hard tumults Mix mill till in grtMlientx together and put them in n preserving kttie nnd boil or four hours When cool put in Healed jiirn- Tomato IInulyThii lionny if well simile will takn lie place of the ordinary hjriqm It ic of couin1 l y far more wholwomn nnd pure To ench pound of rip tomutiHis nllow time grate yellow rind or onn lemon and nix fresh peach leaves cut till tonmUttH into jrteces add lemcn rind anti iwacli lenvin and cook nlowly until they nrn oft mind well done then Htrain them througha ling pressing them hard To each pint of thus liquor nllow nun iound of loaf sugar nnd thn juice of OuR lemon toil fora hull hour or until it IwcomeH thick like syrup 110111 anti w nl t tIIIISICTIIIIl MR UIIITOK Allow tun In speak n few words in lever of ClmmlMrlainn Cough Ifoiiiidy NiitTereil for three years with the bronchitis and could not sleep at nights I tried xev ral doctors unit vaiions patent in us Iei ins hut could gt nothing to give nm any relief until toytill gut it liotllu of this valuable nifdiiiiie wh ch IISH completely rxlievtsl m i S HitoiKMAS HagiiMll Mo This fjIIIdy is for Hitln by S K ELi n BUY THE IN E SEWING MACHINE Do not be deceived those who nil vertlso a 0000 Bewlng Machine fur 2000 TliUklnd ofii machine can bo boiiuht from us ur ofour dealer from 1100 to 1800 we MAKe A VARIETY THE NEW HOME IS THE BEST Tho Feed determines the strength or Weakncns ur Hewlnj MaehliUS Duiiblw Jctd iiiiiililnetl with other Htroiitf iKilnts iiiakes time New IIuiuu tho best Hewing Muchlno to LiLly Write lot CIRCULARS dlrIrrlItwe iimanUtactUre and prlan Ufnroiurchujiig THE NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE MASS 28 Union Hq N V ChlciHo III Atlanta la- HU Loul 5Io iallasTexau Krunclico Cut FOR SALe BY SISCO CO Nictioiasvile Ky IIIVAKI or Tilt itS 111 No profession has advanced morn rapidly of Into than Hiirgory hut it Hhould not bo used except where nb Holuleiy necessary In cases of piln for example it is Holdotn needed Do quicklycuts burns en 1011 dioaos Accept no counerfoitH I was no troubled with blwwling pie that I lost much blood mUlti strength RuiNs J C IhillipH Paris III Do Witts Witch hazel Salvo cured mn in a phort timo Soothes and heals For sale by East End Drug Co I fl4tflTHE flfl SCHOOL t 1 I In liii Declaration of FAt uicuttiomimul IrlIIi Ihs adopted by 1700 Southern lenelieiH at Kuoxvilln this Hummer was this fin 1111 utuit deliverance Teaching Hhould b a profession and not steppingstone to something else o therefore stand for the highest tiaiuing of tuacl and urge lie school authorities of every Stain to Kiicouragn those who wish to make tIme educating of children a itt pro fension call lHlli mi MHipln to banish forevur jMilitics and nemtism favoritism to lelutivcs from tilt public schools and to establish a sys tern in which from thn humblest teacher to the otlico of State htiperin tundent merit shall the touch stone The doctrino laid down in thn nbovu deliverancn is its hound in principle as Ihn Constitution of till Unitisl Slates or any uhiiruh cntil- Tonclnng the llrnt niinl Teach i ilk should hII prufivitiiiin and not a stepping htono to hnmething elseI TiMching hits as good right to as n irnV xoi as tins the 111111tIligilJll worthy Niguillcancn nttnuliiil to thu term jirurMim then thu liicatiiig of children has first tight to thn honor for it it or first importance to till wclfnrnof till woiht that t oung should IK prtiierly and correctly taught fr III till very Iit of their iivenMany worthy men and women Imve till profession of teaching as a nteppingHtono to something mure to their taste or ihaps to homelhiiig morn remunerntivo and Imvo ilonu ux cellent work in till hclioolriHiin and for their scholtrs lint time majority of thof o who assume thu profession of teaching from ti commcicml motive mire conspicuous Oil nccotint of their thoolwhollljust for thu money as it is to enter Ihn gOMHil ministry just for loaves smith tIlt lishes hut this also is n filet that until wo pay ttmchcis livtter thu present conditions alnivn diMiisMe will continno Men and women can not alTonl to give years of life to thor oughly lit themselves for leaching soul adopt time profession without n pros HHit of uditiuatn Niip oit 7Vir lab urrr is trvrthy ttf Mil liirr When wn acknowledge that Chil dreu urn a heritagu hum the IrdM and give them Jr t yixrc in our plaiui for lift then wit will pmvidn meansHO thoU schools shall bnoHn Itll months ill II year It lit remuneration for teach ers tlO that wo can demand thn IKMI talent amid till besl service In our next tim will say something about politic tumid nepotism in our public school matters D fIFODDER SEWING From 10 to W per cent win his iwvotl in corn fishIer by bolero feeding according ity or time ftddr AH ItIllImtiollf their cut iiuut3 wcrn into tint barnyard to IMI over i IIprolimi ii ni of fishier annniilly Soinn Million of shredded fodder will hn rejected liy ratlin lint UlllII little wliiii hit corn rhmmtrvtomtsImit t lie prujHT age The quality depends tiion when tint corn is removed front t hut gromimuui nnd hhock odbutit Is the cutter or shredder that c onnblos thn fanner to list whole of hum corn crop Tim ensilage ciiltiir in also im surtjeiuth fur cured corn fodder us for ensilage There can IM no htI1I if thii nlllllll1 fodiliT is uneaten at the refuse win uisush for IwddiiiKt niul then as nlitotlxiit nm lirial in tho iimnnre heap In fuel tf tilt cutter anti Mireddor worn lined frtr nthi r piirpon than to convert thu 1110 tutu boddli g thy would Iw hut them will hn lint Hills of till fodder rejected if it in bright anil III good condition It in of iinMirlanco to give ho Having of fiddor moro attention an it U morn valuable than thn grain if carefully prepared for till nninmlii Horses keep well on good fodder smith coino out in tho spring ready for work lint if the fodder in dry HIM Made whip oil by wind nnd llm Mioeki exMif l in the fields time anitnnlH will select only tilt Itt x rlions Slued dod fodder can nlo hItIlikll hay 1II11II1hlllll1nuy ilettummuetA Then huts heretofore been an onor moim waste of material for III tin lleldM hiring the winter on HOIIIU farm limy MH II HhixikN of corn fodder that Imvo fallen over thu MIIOW tviml mid ruin destroying it wh lo hut which m left ruD- tion is tenth and the stalks ftnzeii The fanner content himself by haul jug this worthless ft dder to thn barnyard to tnimpli by rnttlo amid converted into nmnnre lout ho tilt fodder an II food ax an aid to time supply of hay It it not MI valti shut for the manure hislu uhmimi OXI 45 Iits when cut or shredded for when reduced it idwtorlm the liquids moro reni lily lull will ulo tIJIII1tt hOon ur AH thu fodder in qtuithlymix vain suIt as tilt gram if projHrly cured and prcpnnxl somoontimalo inny lisi mall of tin annual loss to farnierH when it is statin that the corn crop at 01 CM per hmdiol worth JMKMHXMJOO anti the folder fully an much lint mote than onehalf or the fodder in wanted in the liuldn by oxiiosure entailing a lOSS every of 12tOIUtX Muta ullthIthe fodder nnderhhelleror even stack imig it in It manner to prevent Ions from exjKwnre during tilt winter RIPANSIwas seriously affected with indigestion and heartburn A friend mig gostod trying HipaiiH nnd Itmts surprised at the iniprorement On mouthing application a lout years ago for poliuyof iiiNiiranci wits rufus usI on account of u weak heart limit the name company PIlMINlm recent 11111111 Kve HipuiiH Tuhiilwi crwlil fur tho linallli am enjoying I can certainly nxommmiil them tr any one nillTerlntf with pulpilation or this licnrl or imuuiigest iou AT DRUGGISTS The five cent packet is enough for an ordinary occasion The family bottle six ty cents contains a supply for a yearI Berea College Founded 1855 II 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 Hclonco Two years course with Agriculture for young men and Uniuostu Science for voung lathes Normal CUll rses For Teachers Threo courses loading lo County Cerlillcale Slain Certificate and Stale Diploma Aoiidcmy Coil rstt Four yearH lilting for College for businean and for life Colhuo Coiirsos Literary Scientific Clahsicnl loading to Dacca laiireatn ilerree- HTn l Schools Carpentry Iriiitlng Ifousowork Nursing two years umshelcouI Organ Chcml free Vocal IianO Theory Wo urn hum to help nil who will help thomsolvoH toward a Christian win cation Our instruction is a free gift Students pay a mimll incidental fee to meet expnimeH of the school apart from instruction and nuiflt also paj for Iwmnl in ndvanco punitoN lor tnfm 112 wcoks may be lirouglil within JHJIOO about sir lo bo imld in ndvanco TIll school endorsed by Baptist Christians Disciples Congregation nlislfl hint hotlilltll PresbyleriniiH and good jieoplo or all donominationn For in4 lUtttt lbs WILL C GAMBLE CBerea Madison County Ky iiC L I J A 1 otch I r I Y THE CITIZEN rTHE SUNDAY SCHOOL Xlll THIRD QUARTER INTER SERIES SEPT 28 lLESSON tbs IMIOII a c mrbn1uf this garl l1 TI Drill vlll JHIluvnlitrr 1rpared by n t Itvurui Copyright 1 got by American Pun Auo elation LEANOM 1The giving of iniinim Kx xvl MB Ouhlvn Text Mutt vI 11 I Give us thU day our Unity lirthil If we would in the iioopli of Owl please llluv trim mutt rciuvniuvr that In Him r We llywitcd wove nuil lmvi uur IHIIIK 4thatI gtvetti llfu Mud breath unit all 1 tiiiuKii and that iu HU baud are uur breath ami all our way Acts nil Ii5 28 Dun r 23 Therefore wltliout a acceptMcome and dally ou fword Jubu vI 67 fTirko IIThefen ComuinndineuU t tlutlri to Uud 01 xx Ill loldeu Text Luke x 27 Thou halt lute thu Lord thy dud with all thy heart Ut cauiitf He delivered tluiu from tin boudate of Egypt by HU great power that they might for their own uuppl urns und the hlllIIIIItti1i of others Ittf a Kpeclal piuple unto lilmnflf III nn their whole heart and no true lover would flkr tear from one he lovoi- Lusox IIIThe Ten Cuniimiul uiruU dutlrr to men K xx 12 17i Golden Text Matt 11x19 Tbuu nhult love thy ueUubor its thynelf The Gulden Text telli us the only way In Which we cau show to man that we love teal li by lovlnc our fellow met LLO4 IV Womhlpluic the colilei nIt Kx xxxll 1331 Gulden Text Ki c xx 3 Thou ahull have no other guY before Me OUI of the mull amaxlni tbllll1 recorded Iu Scripture U the lure and the IOUK aufferluic of Ood and another U the great ntnfulnnu of limn Thenu prople who had mud to God All that Thou aayrrt we will dpi are seen iu a few day waking an idol and will g It their Owl yet He bears With them IKMOX VTbe tabernacle EI xl 139 Golden Text Ill c 4 Knler Into nlll gate with thankitElvInit amid Into HU court with praUe Allhouch they were such air they were wed He knew them thoroughly yet He com manded a taberunole to be built that He might dwell In It among them The loaf Jvaur Will Indeed till true tabor uaele God manlfeift In the Ilt1lh lick vlll 21 TIm IIIJUI and now each Iw lleVer U a tiUlplft of Ood I Cur Vl IU IJ Lennox VL Nadab and Ablhu lev- I Ml Golden Text I Those v tI Let UI watch and be sober lad had kent from heaven the lire UI fun lume thu Micrltlce chapter Ix 24 said had appointed the way in which every thing should be dune but throe men like Culn dUrcuunUtl lodM wny unit preferred their own way priors the Lord and before tho lord they tiled All In our churche today that la trot lit Odd way IH counted RtrniiRe JinI- KKKUX VII Journeying toward 1a uaun Num x 1113 2UWH Joldn Tet IH xxxl 3 Iur Thy name take lead uu and guide me bit nev er left them althoiiKh they oft pro voked Him to du no but the pllliir of cloud by day and of tire by night tssi their faithful gulile and oruclc null hleld Moses keemed Indlnttl to lent hlrltntox YlllIleport of the aplcr Num xlll 113 and xlll 23xlv ti Golden Text 1 xl I Hlmeil Is Unit man that maketh the Lard sir trtut Thl lotlUng lo err It Owl wo u good- us Gla word anti If the land wa what He mild It war guvr 110 evidence of fast In God lint because they iltilr ed to nond the aphis find permltteil them I elll I 2023 and we IOU till result LKBOX IXrhe brazen ericni Num xxl 10 Golden Text John 111 14 15 told III Motes lifted up tin ktriwlit in the wlldereai etc There ore luuny fore hudowlu u of OodK way of redemption rush Ma the bedding of blood and the coat of akin of Gen 111 21 and the Kurrlflee of Uuuc In Jon xxil but none more BUUKentlve thug thin of tbu nerppiit UJlOIi the pale to which our Ixjrd refer ILSSOX XThu prophet like Mose Deut XVlll U2J I Golden Text Jules vl U1hlIs of a truth that prophet that should come tutu the world Kv try prophet prle t and lilnc UN well HN every acrltlcu and the whole tuber nude and UN ritual nil foreshadowed the flue Prophet lrle t and Klmc the true tabernacle the true nod only Lumb of God of whom the Kutucr kuld Hear Hlui- Ltbtox XL Loving and obeying God Urn xxx 1120 Golden Text 1 John v 3 For lhlr U tbu love of God that we keep HU coiuutaudiuenta The NijV Te tauiciit comment upon r thlll levtiou in Horn x poluta ua to sl the end of the law for J1llhltUIIIIIIIIiI to every one who h lIuv eth the only one who ever truly loved und obeyed God and who become the rlgbteouttueg and the life of every be lever LKBSOM XI L Tho death of Moses Lout xxxlv M2 Golden Text Kx xxxlll 11 The Lord awake uuto Moses taco to face Thu greatest of earthly prophets died all kings und prlcat die It Is appointed unto men once die but our great I11gh Prieut Prephet- and King tasted death for every man died ruse from the dead IN now at the right hand of God In heaven crowned with glory dud honor and will cove liguiu to restore all things of which Moses unit all tile prophets bave spo ken Heb I 13 it U Acta III 1021 Every believer Is one with Him In the 6 glory shall take part In the ttwt resur a rectlou and tvigu with Him In Tits 1 klagdbm I 1INUEIIU 9UMM11t CUII Dont lut a cold run at tliin Heason Siiiiiinor colilH are the hardest kh 1 to cuniRiidlf ntKlectwl unity linger along for montlm A long siege like this will pull down tint attm goat conHtl tutiiin One Mimito Cough Cure will lironk up till attack nt onco Safe nun auto at once Cunm cou liH colds croup broncliitiH all throat and luiif tr iiihleH Tim children like it For sole liy Kant Knd Uri Co u OH a1fQiLJuMI IATqOOPYHIQMT BY AMIRICAH PRttt A 8OCIATIONI 9I- Ttliifk re o1ve 1 loXvnTt iil wlt1t11- Tim inlnuten feeined hours the hours days The Mihller dill sat on thu lug though now and then he would Kt up und leaving his iiumlcet leHtiliiK on it naunter tick nnd forth on hU bent He well knuw there wan no enemy to fear Ids dutywnu little more thin a form IIe began to hum n few strain of The Bnwiineo Hirer Poor dev11unlit Murk to lilnwlf lie too U tblnkinx of home What H curwMl tliliiK war let If ever 1 get out of oldIII dn no snore such duty live nu- nn enemy face to face bullet Mature end no gibbet behind me IIIII Hut ho had Mill this many a time fore My good man talking to time sol dier but without making any sound If 011 will qro far enough from that ImlitCht 0111 never hack to ollr- tiN rlvlrIto say to tutu u shot would arouse thin IllttPIIwith Jakeys shotgun Then the ntlllneM was broken by the- wnltdnfoarsoutontheriver How Mark longed for the Uxit to come und take him from his terrible ponltlonl Hut who- evert wan working those turn pulled on klflIlIonnttnan nounds becumo fainter and fainter till Mark could hear limn no more Ho IlItlhlau if hia had lost n dear Jakry comfortublx triellilIRaid looking down nt time boy dropiwd nulwp and Mark for time in his life enviod n human being I the protection of weaknrwi There was innocent childhood tincontcloux of tutu ger klieplng sweetly the boyish face Ilghte4l by the Luau At lust Murk heard tho relief coming Tim Hlitiiiel took hia gun and begun to i nrttliU hia at rio usual form was pro reeilwl with nnd time relief marched to tha ftfftinvl npthe river Mark observed the limn that had been left on loot I hall t hll4 fellow will Iw moru in hllllllulIlI to see the wan tx gin to paco at energetical ly He MvniiNl to fear that It he did tint keep moving Im would get drowsy A i Imlf hour passtd with scarcely u teat then soother half lour It was tramp tramp in one direction turn und tramp tramp back again J1aMIsentinel would only relax his vigilance these periods of comparative darkness would be favorable to light Rut if the soldier was to keep a proper watch the clouds night die away Then there was the morning to como Mark began to liwo that coolness which thus fur hind characterized him It was the waiting that was wearing tutu out In perhaps an hour utter the sentinel cattle on picket he yawned ThU wait AUrIyawned several times at intervals lie got up and paced for awhile but nt last sat down again This thou hIItt lunger mind his chum sank on his breast Ho roitHcd hlmsulf nnd sank away ugitin Ho would tint go to sleep comfortably In accordance with Marks muttered prayer but took short naps Mark con sidered tho feasibility of nn attempt to cMnpu between these naps Without Jukvy ha would do Itl with Jakey ft was tow hazardous At last the soldier slid down on to time ground stretched out his legs and rest ed hits back against the log Murks heilrt went np Into Ids throat with a sudden joy All near as he could guess there re maimed a qnartorof an hour till the next relief would come Hu looked at time moon which wits now shining with pro voking brightness ho looked at time man and tried to make sure that he was asleep It was Impossible to tell with any certainty Ill risk it he said Ho took Jakoy up in hula arms very carefully hoping not to waken him fir lug time boys limit body in time hollow of hula left attn In time right hand ho took the squirrel gun cocked and capped using the arm nt tho same time to hold time child When all wits ready he ruse slowly and fixed his eyes on time soldier Time man did not stir Mark moved slowly forward hits eyes riveted on time sentinel A tow steps convinced him that time man really slept Mark turned his back on him and walked a dozen steps noiselessly picking u place to plant late foot nt each step Halt Was It the soldiers voice Should ho turn and shoot him No only an explosion of n burning brand In the campfire nt time picket guard on the railroad track His heart which hud stood still began thumping like u drumstick He turned to look at time sentinel The ulna sat there gazing straight at him ut least so he appeared to Mark Time figure was as plain as day in the moonlight though too far for Mark to see the eyes i 1- r jI e east niinlskglahceddwhintoOakeys face He too was slipping peacefully While theso two were in slumbvrland Murk felt himself suspended between heaven nod hell And how still It wim Even time hum of Insects would have been a relief All this occupied but aumoumiut Mark turned his back again and moved cau tiously forward Ilia imagination hud never served him such tricks Surely he heard time sol dlir move Hu was getting up on huts feet Ills musket was leveled at an alum A sharp sting under time shoul der blade unit a warm stream flowing down hits side Certujnly he hud been shut Nonsense Away with such freaks of fanuyl Suddenly ho trod on a rotten brunch It cracked with u sound which Trimmed to him like the rex rt of a pistol Again ho paused and turned IIIIIIW time sentinel motionless He hud tdlpH d farther down timid his hat hail fallen further over his forehead Thank limit He moved backward Ills eyes fixed on hits sleeping enemy occasionally turning to see wheru he btepjHil Ho was get ting near to cover In this way ho panned to within n few steps of conceal ment How ho coveted time overhung lug lank near to him yet tar enough to bo useless should the sentinel awake too seoul CachewtThlssound was real It was n sneeze from thu picket Mark knew that It was a signal of awukening Ho darted behind time bunk and was out of sight He heard the sentinel get up shake himself give u yawn a grunt as ItI chilled and begin to pace hula helltIMark moved away cautiously a great flood of joy and tlmiikfulurss welling up through his whole nature After gulag u tmfllclelit distance to be out orI hearing he awakened Jukey- Jukeyl Wako up The boy oned hula eyes Wpro beyond the picket Whars my gunr Oh blenxed childhood thought Mark that in moments of peril can I Interested In such trilling things 1 hove your gun hero in my hand Itd safe Stand on your legs my lay Were going 01- 1JakshlOll on tho ground and rub bedIts eyes with hut lists Once awake ho wits awake all over They moved ou down time river towarit the lose of Lookout mountain soon leaving the river margin and striking inland behind some rising ground Fled lug a convenient nook in u clump of bushes wherein to leave Jakey Mark told him to Ho down and stay there while ho reconnoitered to fluid a way to get down thu river and to cross It Mark hunted nearly nil night He could find no practicable route Ho did not know how to proceed around Look out mountain und could find no means of crossing the Tennessee near whero ho wits At lust looking down from u knoll ho could see the margin of time river ut n place whero the bank concealed the shore between time base of the bunk and time verge of tho water Out what ho saw especially and which gladdened his heart WON a boat moored to the shore und In it a pair of ours Uotng Buick to the placo whero ho had left Jukey ho wakened him und together they returned to the knoll The boat was still whero he had seen it Leading time way Mark descended to the batik So intent was ho upon seizing the boat that he did not think to approach cautiously Ho forgot that where there was n boat with oars iu it the oarsman would likely not be tar away He jumped down to time slanting ground Mow nnd landed in the midst of a Patty of Confederate soldiers CHAPTER IX A IIKHIKHATK KITUATION till htmchlkuff he u7ilnr l Never wits there a more surprised look on nay moans face thus on Marks at time moment he discovered Use men into whose midst ho had fallout Ho knew the range of time Confederate picket line and was unable to under stand how tutu party could be a part of It The men looked equally surprised at hits appearance Indeed they seemed inure disconcerted at his sudden coming thou ho was at their being there When he wade his leap amopg them they were about to gut into the boat nnd one of them held tho painter In his hand Mark in u twinkling rondo up Ida mind that they were not pleased at lute ap pearance Ho determined to play a bold game He hull no defined plan when he began to speak to them itcumo to htin as he proceeded What are you men doing hero he asked in a tone that none but u soldier knows how to assume No one answered What regiment do you belong tor No answer Is there a noncommissioned otlicer among your- There was so much of authority in Mark tone that it compelled un answer mad u respectful ono No sir You wen are away from your eon uiands without iwrmUslon I can see that plainly The men looked guilty but said noth ing r Von evidently dont know me 1 am sn officer of Ueneiiil Draggs staff on nn important mission of secret service He waited a moment to discover time effect of his wonls and than proceeded It is a matterof thotcrentwit moment that I get across time river at onc u I want you men to pull mo over and then report Immediately to your colonel Give mo your names Without appearing to doubt for a mo ment that he would bo olwyedho called on time men Hiiccewdvuly mind each ovum responded with Ida name There were tivo men and as each answurtil he saluted respectfully Now what regiment IUII belong to Tho th Tennessee Tho old story wild Mark severely You men mire doubtless from cast Ten nessee You mire deserters trying to get hack to where you came from Mark had hit the nail on time head The teen looked terror stricken He know when ho ordered them to pull across time river that they would obey him gladly And if ho should leave them to report to their colonel they would attempt to mnko their way north ItiHtead Uet Into time boat every one of yon Every man SlIt tutu tho bout und one of oarpNow mo over quickly Ill Mo what I can do for you with your commanding ollicer when I return Jake was standing on the batik with his eyes wide open at thus scene Marie had been a hero with him now hu was u little pets tlmn a god Do you wont to get across time river my little man asked Marlf us if ho hud never MCII thu IIIfllreDoes 1 want ter Course I doss lump In then tuck Ive no time to lost M la key canio down anti got in with the rust live way cried Mark and the hoot shot out from limn shore Not a dozen strokes had beet takeu before Mark wlm wits delighted at the nurce1 of his aumtnince saw a sl ht that niudti hits heart sink within him A boat shut around Moccasin olnt from time eastward Uod in heaven It wax full of armed men AH soon M they saw tho skiff wlMi Mark tutu 1 thu oIWrseIa in Itfllr MUI theywireiby pulled straight for them In II w Inlnnttw they were along side I reckon youre tho men wore look lug for said un otlicer seated iu time stern Who torts you looking for a ked Mark with is much coolniHt IH hu could assume Desortwvi from tho th Tennes see Mark knew it arms all up with him HU niwumption of being on General UraggV stair which had been MI site coastal a rust suddenly appeared to him n halter alMiut hit neck mutt over your KUIIS said the off currho guns wore handed Into time boat all exceptlutkeysshuigut That other one too Thats only a shotgun captain said Mark Well never udud tho popgun Every moment the deserters looked for Mark to declare his exalted lasltiuu on General Uruggn stall but no sllchI declaration camu It seemed then that perhaps hu would tot wish to disclose his identity to so tautly At nay rate they wild nothing lend it not been for his assumption Mark would have applied to tho captain to let n poor wuo tryninn and his little brotherpas nail he done so it is mite possible that the teen he hall deceived surmising that he was a refugee like themselvss would not have betrayed him but Mark knew tint Iwsides thUdungerthootlicerM hav tug found him in such company would not let him go Marks heart was heavy us time boat In which he sat was pulled slowly against the current to Chattanooga Ho realized that there was unity no Chiller tnnlty for hits wits on which he usually relied to work He was in time hand of tho enemy ho would not be released without a thorough questioning und ho could say nothing that would not tell against him Uu lauding mill were taken to the pro vost marshals otllco Time soldiers acknowledged that they were inemlujrs o- fthetam Tennessee regiment but stoutly denied that they were deserters They weru Union men some of tho northern eta who had been impressed into thu Confederate service or had enlisted fur I time purpose of flying to time stars ami I stripes ns soon as they could get near enough to warrant an attempt They were sent to their regiment under guard As they Were leaving one of them said 110 Murk 1 hope youll keep your promise Murk did not reply ho hud cherished a hope that they would bo taken away before anything would comu out as to his assumption of authority What promise asked time provost marshal quickly Lies an officer on General Uraggs stall 1ou ought to know him colonel Time devil exclaimed the colonel Oh I saw time men were doing some thing they were ashamed of and 1 bluffed em to row me across said Mark with assumed carelessness Who are you I belong iu east Tennessee You dont belong to tiny such place Youre out southern born at mill Youre a Yankee I thought you wero only trying to gut north with these men now I believe you are a spy Im u southern man sarten said Mark with such coolness that the ollicer was Cora moment in doubt na to hits stir mlse Let mo hear you say Now York Now York Now York repeated limo colonel Iron ically If you were a southern own youd say Nlow Yuwk I shall have to hold you for further information I would like to go to my home In Tennessee 1 came here to buy a gun for may brother But It you wont let mo Ill have to stay with you I sup pose Ugly I hope you wont separuto us Jukey0 very young and I dont want to turn him adrift alone in a strange town I shall have to hold you till I cult re port time case to headquarters said time ofllcer and Murk and Jakey weru lei away to a room in tho house occupied by the provost marshal for prisoners temporarily passing through hia bunds The reply that came to the announce meat of the capture of the citizen and time lay wus to hold them under vigilant guard It was reported that Mark hud been personating an oflicer of till talilI and this looked very suspicions indeed quitu enough so to warrant their him for a spy by drumhead trllIgI tial and executing him the next ti Marls vas searched and everything of value taken from him They went through Jakeys NickutH und felt of the lining of his coat but l1li ho was a child the search vas not very thorough or they would hove fomid the hUll in Ids tarot They took his gun but by this time Jakey realized that there was some thing more momentous titan a squirrel gun at stake and parted with it wltholltI slmuwtug nay great roluctIlIlC ized that Murk for whom ho hail by thlll time conceived u regard little short of idolatry was in danger und thotoy for time first tines iMgiiu to feel that his everythingJakeywa searched till hIIIIW a soldier take bonds red silk handkerchief He had produced the impression on the searchers Im had at first produced njxjn Mark that hu wits stupid beyond his years As tho man graujted thu handkerchief nnd was about to put it in his pocket Jakey set np u howl Whutii the matter sonny asked outs of time soldior- My lianchikuif hu whined is It yours Yes live till lay Ids wljiosald the man to the would IKS appropriator Dont tab a child So Jakey preserved hi handkerchief Then they were miirthed away to gether to a thrall building used for a ne gro jail It was two stories high though time lower story laid no windows The upper part was reached by a long flight of steps outside the building The lower jwirt thus a dungeon and though used to confine negroes there hind been u num tier of east Tennesseean imprisoned there the place was kept by an old wan mid his wife named Triggs Mark Willi put into a room in the upper story A guard was stationed ut the door and time only window was barrel Had Murk been arrested with definite proof that ho was a spy he would doubtless have been put In time dungeon AH it was hu was only guarded with ordinary caution This however seemed quite sufficient to prevent Ids escape Jakoy was put into II room by himself but ho wits nut required to stay there He was suffered to go twit come at will except thou the guard at time gate was onlered not to let him leave the yard He asked tho jailers wife to permit hint to go in to Mark so often the first morn ing of his arrival that at lust the guard ut the door wa instructed to pass him in und out at will Well Jakey said Mark when they were together in their now quarters this teaks pretty blue Reckon it does Youd better not stay here Go out in the yard und Ill try to think up some plan Out I must confess I dont see tiny way out anti Mark rested his el bows on hula knees and putting his face in his hands thought upon his perilous situationJest you dont worrit said Jakey sumepnll turn up slut DontIIll try to get them to send you home CHAPTER xITHE RED SILK i 1111 incn t7u pr I III11ftII mad Murk urn fni dirriy ictirtra lien soldlcrs Greatness underlying an uninviting exterior is often uulled out by circum stance President Lincoln would not have been the great emancipator h1I1i ho not been burn in thu nick of time General Grant would out have Wcomo prominent its a soldier had the civil war occurred before or utter he was of fit ago to lead time Union armies und JuUey Slack well Jakey would not have de velojied his ability us a strategist had it not been fur his friend Murk Malone nnd the negro jail at Chattanooga Jakey was as incompetent to sit lawn and think out a plug for his friends es cape us ho was to demonstrate u propo sition of Euclid Ho could neither add columns of two figures nor spoil words of one syllable indeed ho could neither read write nor cipher the want of an ability to rend or write being a great djuiulvuntage to him in his present re spdisililu jKwition hint the desire to help his friend out of a bail fix having got into his bruin from tins nature of the case it simmered there und then boiled a little und simmered and bollel ngaln Like most people of genius Jakey was unconscious of hls own pow lira but there was one person in whom next to lark he had great confidence I I teat was his sister Uouri Then came mho thought that if Sonri were only there she motight do a heap This led Jake up to time problem low to get her there The problem was too dilll cult for hits young brain to solve so ho got no further until circumstances came i to his aid or may ho not have hall time t genus of reason within him to go further i without being definitely conscion i of them When ho left Mark ho went out into the juilyurd and began to stroll 1100UtIwith his huiuls in his pockets To u Ij casual observer ho was simply n lay r with no playmates who did tint know what to do with himself If any one hUll been near him he would have seer hits little eyes continually watching for some outIliido w near u sly glance nt the jail There wore cracks between tho boards and Jakey was looking out for u good wide crick to spy through At last he found a place to suit him and hovered about it listening for a footstep and OCCIISIOIIUIltgetting a quick glance lIutIwould e c into jail and to stay there so he preferred to rely on hits sense of hearing rather than on his t sense of sight TO BE COHTINUEDJ I A HAU III SA IlOINrai ItTrIneffective liver medicine is a dis appointment hut you dont want to hI purge strain and break the glandfl of the stomach and bowels DoWittV Little Early Risers never They clwinse time system of nl and putrid mutter and do it so poiRonIthat one enjoys the pleasant They are a tonic to tho liver CureIbiliousness torpid liver nnd prevent lover Ior sale by East End Drug Co I Necessary Expenses for Twelve Weeks School I 1enoiw who team themselves ran spend It i mnrli or little U they choose un Urine expenws It halo W base a little extra money orlirl mires books suit other thluga Hut the OlleloaryIexpenses are oltlr sa follows To parthe first tar llnWARM Lents IIAU IUU- SSchool Inoldonldl Foe I Hi f I ro Kx HIIIIIII ti if IKDM liuokx etc iitioit 2 1 t me leiieral Drpuult I 011 I IX KunilKhiil loon furl c 36 5 26 First Months Hoard I wi Ct w 01Hx I peurfraq t w lliglnuIng UiI Mo Jloant5 00 S 00 Beginning 3d Mo Hoard 6 00 6 Oil 2AM 2S 00 Icnl Deposit returned 1 00 1 00- Tutnl KxpcnMt 13 Week 7W 37 OO For those below A Grammar deduct the M for books audit from InoldcuUl fee making time total only 245O When four girls room together each arm U or more ou room and fuel making the total nuly- 22L0 If clawed below A Grammar Room ami fuel rout one dollar more In the Winter term Two rooms for housekeeping with Stoves etc can usually be rented for from tl to f6 a term The price uf n big calf a little taubark or a few lioiue pan bedcover will gives term of ncliool which will change iinai whole life fur the better u A WeakMStomach Indigestion Is ofton caused by over eating An eminent authority say the harm done thus exceeds that trove the excessive use of alcohol Eat all the good food you want but dontover load the stomach A weak stomach may refuse to digest what you eat Then you need a good digestant like Kodol which digests your food with out the stomachs aid This rest and the wholesome tonics Kodol contains loon restore health Dieting unneces nary Kodol quickly relieves the feel- i ing of fulness and bloating from which some people suffer after meals Absolutely cures Indigestion TonicITbcll bouUcooUlailM llm itbt We all Three Years in RichmondAnd nets of troth thut have boon rondo nt my ollico if there is ono sot or any sofa that show any defects I will make n new set free Wo are making the boat sot of teeth iu the world for 750 anvil it delects show in ivit years wo give you n now sot frog applies to nil tho teeth I have tnadn or am going to i mko tlm best alloy fills in time world nt 7ft cents DR HOBSON Dentist Permanently located in the ITobsor- Utiildnitf next door to Gov eminent Building Richmond Kentucky Reference Richmond National flank Special Price to Students u The CitizenFI- FTY CENTS A YEAR 1 THE CITIZEN COLLEGE ITEMS J Hammond Tico is supplying n church nt Penufield 0 Wo pity the cows whoso owners leave thorn to run the streets The masonry work of the now In dustrial Building will bo begun this week Prof Raymond is gono on another ninuntnin trip This time to Letcher countyFiftyouo students have entered the College since our last report and still thoy como 1rof Ernst G Dodgo has gone to Vrbann 0 to teach in tho Urbana university Tho sheds of tho old chapel are woll filled by snddlo horses that firing young people in to College E II Woodford B Lclass of Borea 9f who has been at Manassns Va for some time has removed to Branchvillc Md Goo G Dick has entered as student in tho School of Technology Univer sity of Cincinnati Ills address is 2821 Scioto street College monoy is getting into cir culation pretty lively this fall When the Colltgo prospers every person in Berea has reason to rejoice for him self as well as for tho good that is be log done for n wide region round alxMit Prof J W Carnahan who is away on leave of absence is working for tho great schoolbook firm of Ginn Co His ollico is at 1239 Superior street Toledo O Ho writes of his enthusiastic loyalty to Berep and sends greetings to friends here WHEN TO FIND PEOPLE Do Business at Business Hours Many people wasto their timo anti trouble others because they do not find out or remember tho appointed times when they can do business with the various College officers So take notice F very College olllccr is ready to do business in Ills or liar ollico except the President ininicdintoly after Chapel at nHi In tllO morning The President can he seen between 1100 and 1UIO a- in upstairs in the Administration Building Besides this there are evening af ternoon ollico hours as follows Treasurer Administration Build fog 315 1550 except Tuesdays and ThursdaysSecretary Administration Build ing 815130 except Mondays and Saturdays I cau of Women Ladies Hall 100 130 Mondays and Fridays Assistant Doan of Prepar atory Dept Primary Building lOQ180Snpt of Hospital Hospital 100lJK A riKNUISIf ATTACK An attack was lately mado on C F Collier of Cherokee In that nearly proved fatal It camo htough his kidneys His hack was so lanio ho Could not stoop without groat pain nor sit in a chair except propped by cushions No lomedy helped him until ko tried Electric Bitters which effected such n wonderful change that ho writes ho feels like a now man This marvelous medicine cures backache and kidney trouble purifies tho blood and builds up your health Only 50c at East End Drug COB AN IMPERSONATOR On Monday night next a groat Im personator will appear in the Taber nacle It is W Powell Hale of Jef ferson City Tenn The entertain ment will contain wit tragedy humor and pathos Tho strongest tostimon ials can bo given from 1G States Rim ilar to tho following Ho greatly dolighted his hearcrllIf commend this Rising Star Tho best imper souator McKinney over lied He completely captivated his audience Mr Halo carried oil first honors You cant overestimate him to the people Ho swept our people by storm His work is full of sympa thy and power All were delighted ho is NIU ply grand This groat entertainment is offered the people of Beroa citizens and stu dents upon its own merits confident that all will ho glad if they attend Admission 2iicj Children ICc So cure tickets at the post otfico at tho door or of tho undersigned L V DOME For a bad tasto in tho mouth take Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets For sale by S E WELCH JB NNNIHNH1111N1NNHN111NLNNNIINNHI LOCAL AND PERSONAL BEST BREAD at Bicknoll Earljs Mrs C1 Rawlings who has been ill front bilious foyer is convalescent Miss Kntio Wiloy of Wallacoton n former student at Boron laM gone to Kemp Ill D N Click of Korby Knob was in town Monday B C Potts insurance agent of Richmond was hero Tuesday NOTICEU you wish to buy or sell real estate call on J W Hoskins Borea Ky- Tiptou Cooper has rented his farm to Charles Edster and has moved to Indianapolis R R Coylo showed TilE CITIZEN man an Irish potato peerless variety weighing 10J ounces L P Adams is again with tho Pan tagraph as city editor Mr Adimis is a success in this field Tho Democratic committee has call ed a primary to nominate n candidate for circuit clerk to bo held Monday Nov 22 B F Tankersley has sold his gro cory business to Deputy Sheriff Mitchol Preston and will move to Lexington soon If you cant go to church next Sun day read your Bible for half an hour and then read Bible in Schools on our trout page Lyman Williams of Hartford Ky is to he tho new assistant cashier at the Bank He will begin his duties tho first of October Aro you a depositor with tho Beroa Banking Co If not why dont you fall in line and help to encourage n home institution Tho cashier of tho Berca Bank will take pleasure in giving advice ofa business nature to any of the Banks customers and friends The article Saving fodder in our Farm column this week is of special interest to farmers who want to make the most out of their corn crops In our Homo column this week are some valuable tried recipes Tomatoes and soft corn will soon ho gono Prepare them for winter use Louis Tatum brother of Marshal Ta turn after an absenco of ten years and Mrs Florence Pierce of Albany Mo are hero for n three weeks visit with relatives- If our young ladies know that the constant chewing of gum so develops tho lower jaw as to give tho face a heavy puggish look they would not do so much of it Fact W P Prowitt of Kirksville tho auctioneer expects to tako charge of Slate Lick Springs next season Ho will make some needed improvements to make tho place more attractive A P Settlo the genial storekeeper and postmaster of Dig Hill and Mrs Maude Maupin or Kingston wore married at the brides homo Sept 17 TilE CITIZEN extends hearty good wishesWe were very sorry to learn of tho burning of the boarding hall at Wil liamsbtirg academy on Wednesday Sept 17 anti earnestly hope the work of the school will not be seriously hindered by tho accident Six quart tin pail 10 cents Three cakes tar soap FOllrouncORslllellingsaJtA10 All first quality goods at TilE TEN CENT STORE next door to postoifico Richmond Ky Tho members of tho Baptist church are requested to bo present at a called meeting of the churchThursday night Sept 25 There is important business to come before the church and tho full membership should bo present W H POBTEII WANTED5 YOUNG MEN from Madison County at onto to prepare for positions in tho Government Ser vice Railway Mail Clerks Letter Carriers Custom house and Depart mental Clerks etc Apply to Inter- State Corres Inst Cedar Rapids la Mr John W Arnold of the firm of Rico Arnold Richmond and Miss Margaret Hoy Jones of Mt Sterling will be married at Mt Sterling Octo bar 1 THE CITIZEN joins their host of friends in sincere wishes for their bost welfare and true happiness- J W Wills of Wallacoton gave THE CITIZEN two oars of corn of the Wills White variety grown by him on tho logo Kinnanl place near Wai lacotou ono oar measured 121 inches long and weighed 21 ounces tho oth er was 10J inches long and weighed 23 ounces The Boroa Bank has just finished its first years business and has made a dividend of 10 per cent and placed 1 in time surplus fund a sutliciont sum to intro paid that much more The stock holders and directors of tho in stitution are justly proud of this fine showing for tho first years business As will bo seen elsewhere in nnoth- or column Mr Geo D Whilo of Glade precinct has withdrawn from tho contest for nomination ns circuit clerk for Madison county Mr White is an estimable Christian gentleman and would if elected have dlcclmrg ed the duties of tho ollico honorably and well W IL Porter cashier of tho Bern Banking company has been appoint ed ns agent for this territory for tho Now York Underwriters Fire Insur ance Co to succeed tho late Mr A T Fish Anyone wanting renewals can get them by ending on Mr Porter and ho would bo pleased to quote rates to parties wanting fire insurance Supt IL II Brock of Caldwell High school Richmond and nine of his stall were hero Thursday on a visit to tho College The JHTHOIIH in tho party wore Messrs 11 H Brock and J Nolaud Mrs Clara Akers teacher of Music and Misses Jeaneo lulrllltlj Lelia Harris Until Crow Bessie Dudley Bessie Coylo Curra leon Smith and Alma Sorivnor W H Porter was electedeu tho hoard of directors of tho Boron Bank at their meeting last Saturday J J Mooro was elected president They also elected an assistant to tho cashier which will result in giving Mr Porter n chance to got acquainted with the Bunks customers and get out and fluid now business Roy C White a well known citizen of Madison county will bo n candi ditto in the Democratic primary to bo held November 22 for circuit clerk of Madison Cj Mr Whito is n gentle man of gcod temperate habits a man of integrity and excellent standing among his nofghlrarH and with no un kind fooling towards the other candi dates before the people Tutu CITIZEN will be pleased if Roy C White is the choice of the Democratic primary text NovemberAt of tho Directors of the Boron Banking Co held at tho Bank last Saturday to fill tho vacancy in the l oard of directors and elect another president occasioned by the death of their former President A T Fish the following revolutions wore sented by W H Porter and pronipt- Iy adopted by tho fulland unanimous vote of time bonny WHEREAS through tho wisdom of tho Groat Master A T Fish tho former president of this Bunk has boot called into time realms of tho great unknown from whoso shores no traveler returns and whereas tho family the community and this Bank have suffered groat and irreparable lossTherefore bo it resolved by the hoard of directors of tho Berea Banking Co that its sympathy ho and it is hereby extended to tho bereaved family of tho deceased and to this community for its great loss and misfortune occasioned by tho death of our beloved associate And bo it further resolved that n copy of these resolutions bodolivered to tho afflicted family published in THE CITIZEN and spread on tho records of this Bunk 1NN 11N11N11NNH NINH1H11111NHIN CORRESPONDENCE 11N111HNNN1IHIH11N 1N1111 m I MADISON COUNTY WALLACETON On Saturday afternoon at three o clock tho cornerstone of our new M 12 church was laid by Rev JL Slur gill according to tho discipline and usage of tho Church The building will ho fortysix foot long by thirty two feet wide a frame structure on a stone foundation It will cost when complete about 1000 and will bo rent and attractive In time founda tion atono a Bible hymn book book of discipline and n list of tho names of tho trustees and of tho building committee were deposited The now house is being built near to tho church now in use which was built by a small handful of people thirty six years ago Of the nino charter members of tho first Methodist Church organized hero but two ro main Mr and Mrs James E Baker The present membership numbers over a hundred The stono founda tion of tho new house is tho work of William Weaver who laid tho foundation of the old house Quito n good congregation principally of tho membership at tended at the cornerstone laying Several short addresses were mado by tho pastor and others and a collection was taken amounting to 15225 Moidecai Ballard is recovering front his accident Miss Sarah Law son and David McCoIlom visited Mr and Mrs L Saudi in in Lexington ro coutly Your corrosxindoni was in Borea last Saturday Rev J Wills filled his appointment hero Saturday mid Sunday Mrs Lydia Coylo was tho guest of her daughter Mrs Jas Champ last weekJar Van Winkle nod his daughter Mrs Garrett art recovering from typhoid Ellen Gay of Clay county is visiting Mary Bot kinJfnry Uabbard wastime guest of Lida Champ Sunday BRASSFIELD Mrs Margaret Diini ls has boon sent to the iiimuto asylum at Lexing tonMrs Faunio Phelps issiilTerinK from a partial paralysis of ono side anti nrnlThe protracltxl sleeting at tho Colored Baptist church conducted by IlnvH D C Francis and Millor closed Sunday night No accessions Harry Duncan is in Louisville for siseinl medical treat umeutGochel- son of Mr and Mrs Harry Duncan in suffering from a wound in his foot caused by n nnilBorn to Mr and Sirs11 A Luine a daughter weight ton pot11l1bPn Inrkto of Ifeeno is talking of locating his industrial school horn OWSLEY COUNTY CABDARD Circuit Court convened at Boono villo this wok Quito a numbor of our citizens mire attending B J Combs had a line mare die this week Marion Baily is erecting n now store house Albert Gahhard cut his foot very badly while gutting out tios Lincoln Bolin of Kverwole is here hauling ties for his brother Findlay this wiHjk LewiM Gibson of Ever sole has IMUMI mowing gross for A C and J L Gahhard this week Supt Garrett visiteil Miss Hattie MinterV and Meredith Gabliards last wewkfirs A J Ctiandler whu has been sick for quito n while is conva lescent Baker liras have stopped their mill for n while in order to have tho engine repaired Born on Wed nesday to Mr and Mrs BT HulTii boy Jamas mid Henry Gahhard were on Cow Creek this week pulling fodder for D G Reynolds R Wi Minter is attending court as juryman this week Rev Harvey Johnson of Breathitt county preached at Grassy Branch Saturday JACKSON COUNTY KERBY KNOB Aunt Nancy Hrockman who hues boon lingering for years with r lieu inn tism ditxl last Friday at Sheridan Clemmons Mrs Dinah Mansfield is visiting her sister Mrs Isaac Dean Miss MIL Hays hiss returned from McKee where she has IHXJII attend fag school Mrs Gran Hays hues n now buoy girlMr Jno D Hut field and wife wero suddenly called to tho bedside of their daughterinlaw Mrs Win llatfield who resides at Borea The patient is improving Daily mail at Kerby Knob Previous to Monday it has liecn three times a woekAsa Parks lost a meet pig Sat unlay night Tho Literary Society at this place met Sept 20th and rn organized with C C Hudson Pros James Durham YicoPres and Miss Laura Hatfiold Soc mush Treas Meet hugs Saturday nights 700 to BU MASON COUNTY MAYSYILLE Misses Miunio and Clam Talliott have returned to Wilborfotue Ohio to re sumo their studies in time ihimrforc- uuunivorsityA juvenile hall club hUH Item organized called Grave Alloy Sweeps Master Charlie Washing ton is ono of thin loaders MJS Lizro Bell of Dayton 0cnl11e over to attend tho funeral of her uncle Georgo Dorsoy Prof C G Harris hits moved his family to this city Thoy occupy a honso on Fifth street Miss Mamie Leo attended tho Ripley him Friday James Monday attended the Fall festival in Cincinnati Saturday Mrs Hattie Strauss has returned to her mono at Middlesport 0 attar an extended visit to her mother Mrs L Adams Win Mundy and ROil of Dayton are visiting Williams moth or Mrs Lizzie Mundy TOT CAUSES NHIUT AIAKM Ono night my brothers baby was taken with Croup writes Mrs J C Snider of Jrittonden Ky it seem od it would strangle before wo could got a doctor so wo gave it Dr Kings Now Discovery which gave quickro 1of and permanently cured it Wo always keep it in the house to protector children from Croup and Whoop fug Cough It cured mo of a chronic bronchial trouble that no other romo df would relieve Infallible for Coughs Colds Throat and Lung troubles riot mid 100 Trial bet- ties free at East End Drug Cos The EGGS the coffee roaster uses to his codec with woul1ou emit that kind ot eggs Then why drink them Lion Coffee has no coating of storage eggs Iul etc coffee pure unadulterated fresh itruiiK untlo delightful flavor k and aroma Unlfunu quality and rI1 IIiurc- Utod wllA Thli roollall Turn IIM tirU the Inter I rollrioato Dental Clinlirncu I Ui ilurilMl llm put tlirre wnson DR FENNERS KIDNEY an- dBackache XldDlIBIulder achelieartDtseaebrarlDropsy Dont become discouraged There It aI cure or you If u rew ury wilt Hr boner Ito has olnt u llfii Hint curing lua ninli cuM Hiuiuiini All anlsuttath ns rreIKlxnl months In lied lirmry pale old MirviiMM norvwt kidney nlMirbru luaiuni Ulli r rvmnilM fallol Dr lmt ners Kidney and llarknrhti Cum CNrml 111I rumplvtvly II WATKIW llaiwlul N V IIrurC t oCIi AtkforCVMik okFree STVITUSDANCE ImlimtaN Send your laundry to tho M laundry Islington Best laundry tho State Laundry sent Tuenday returns Friday Oscar 1rcHton agent Tankersloyn old stand Thin lH phynitf Chamlwrlaini Stomach mind Liver Tablets to take Pleasant in For salo WBLTIIJB t CAUSE For I wear clothes to your exact meas ure by- STRAUSS BROS Good Tailors tar 25 yeats- CHICAGO I You fool Just right in thorn Near ly 500 put ferns to so- lect fromSs- thafactlun guaranteed See the com plate line eU the store of CURE ere flrrHliir Dr V A N in on L sl lnv effect bv S K thn- tIMillionaire Feeling made EFFECT I J J BRANNAMAN Main siroct nerca Ky 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OK TRUMAN W BROPMV Dean Wood A Harrison BIB CMICCRO Canvasser Wanted to noil IM INTERS INK n journal for iidvcrliwtH puliliHhed wivklv at live dollars n year It touches tho science and practice of Advertising null highly cMitMiutl by the most successful advertisers in this country and Brent Britain Ulxirnl coin mission nllowed Addrewr- illNTIIILS INK III Mirur NNrw Vnrk IIEXPFRlENCn e TrtADt Man u DcBian2 II Coprmosra Ac Asv srat and W- IInr I h a t 51 1 II F aCPU nn- MutFn 1S f rt ya r Ir ear h ab Iu a 0 r e tJ wI n r hIt Vt i J Scientific jflmcrlcnn a h illntlrdol weellf l nrnl frrnr df Hirmi fro I e r tl a4bla nerLNrt MUNN Co30IBroadwa New Yo 1wInhw te N Poorly II For Mo years suffered ler rimy from dyspepsia with great depression and was alvrayi feclim poorly then tried Ayers Sarsa parllla and In one week was a new manlIJohn McDonald Philadelphia Pa Dont forget that Its tit Ayers Sarsaparilla that will make you strong and hopeful Dont waste your time and money by trying some other kind Use the old tested tried and true Aycrs Sarsapa rillatlHt4th AUnutatL Art dortor what tinthlnkaofApesN- xrupsrIUa llknowtllbouttliUirtndoM family Follow Ml little and 5lnndt Co Lowell Man A CKUTAIN CIIIK limit ItVNKNTKIIV AM IIIAIIUIIUIw Some years ago I was ono ol n party that intend d making n long bicyclo trip says F L Taylor of Now Albany Bradford county Id I was taken suddenly with diarrhoea and was about to givo up time trip when editor Ward of tho Lacoy villn MeMenyer miggoHted that J tako n doflo of Chambnrlainfl Colic Cholera and Uinrrhonn Honiody I purclmn ml n mottle and took two doses ours Kiforo Htarlliig and ono on the routo I made tho trip successfully and Isorer foil any ill effect Again last Hummer I was complntely run downtt with an attack of dysentery I bought n bottle of this Hamo rompdy and this time ono cured too Sold by S 13 WPUIIJR This will save your Lifer By inducing you to uao Dr Kings New Discovery Fon Consumption Coughs and Colds CursNOgist will warrant It- AOIOLUTELY CUREtIIlroncbltiqWhooping Affection of tho lhroat unIt Lungs FREERegular t