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REV Editor Knlcrcd 1cclAN I 4 VOL IV A Family InjKsr BEUEA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY OCTOBER 9 Fifty cents a year NO IG IIIDEAS Tho uhuhle nickul hits trippod lip ninny n faint- ThoughtfiilneHfl for others Is the hall mark of n gentleman or liuly- AH long as folks are conlunt with half f arts thoy will never get wholo ones Thu problem Is not to got education out of politics much its to jut alit ctitlon Into till jMilitlciiiiiH The wiso Xeno remarked Whnn ono does not say vlmt ono thinks ono ends by not thinking what ono says TAKE NOTICE Dr Burgtws will preach ut tho Tab ernacle next Sunday at 11 a in Sub jletitA Hebrew Washington itov11 J Doi hick will preach at Second church next Sunday at 11 a in Subject Christ tho Physic in Dr J B Moody tho noted writer ntiil s onker will preach at the Bap tint church Sunday at 11 n in and 7 p III At the Congregational church noxt Sunday at 784 p in Lady Mission tries in Foreign Lauds will IHJ pro Mitwl in story At the College ChnplllHtJrvlcu Sun day at 720 p in Dr Burgess will prxnch on Thu Spirit of Christ Secial music n polo by Mr A E Sunem Tho Hills of Go r Noviu FROM THE WIDE WORLD A Norwegian hits just found a way to mako Huh into The only miink ox in captivity in this country died nvently ut hit New York Xoological Gardens Thu largest bridge span Diu tho world is to INI built across tho Stt Lawrence at Queboc It wdl I NX feet long Dr Redwood a leading English chommt in endeavoring to secure noinu legislation to compel tho general ndnption of tiHu of oil an fuel in the city of London IN OUR OWN COUNTRY SIIIlIonIarmy An ImnipUM oil gusher has Ux n ntrntk al Colellit nn tho South Alask an roast The wealth of tho United State in estimated at 1Jl000t1MXXorIZt5 for each orNo- nPresident w Roosevelt Is regaining his health rapidly Ho roviowwl tho 0 A R yesterday Tim 0 A R in oncatnpod at Wanliington D C Four hundred thoiiHiuiil veleraiiH aro expected to attendLast Sunday tho saloons In Lexing ton won closet The grand jury asked Mayor II T Duncan to enforce tho law A city of 1000 Inhabitants and a nowspa or cold plenty of food and water WRH built in n day It WItH Thomas City Cuttter county Okla homa Tho coat barons turned n loaf ear to tho appeal of President Roosevelt at the conference Friday Tho coal trust owns the oarth so thoy teem to think Two lakes In tho Qranito Demur talus Baker county Oregon ono 5s shout 1BO foot across and tho other helwoon GOO and 700 root in diameter are always frozen oVer COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Notice of contest of tho local option election at Fulton Sept 23 was Jibed by tho whiskey men Oct Jl The nnntinl teachers association of tho eighth district will bo held at Lawronwhurg Friday and Saturday Oct 21 21- JoJiah 1enco of Nicholasvillo has patented a machine for gathering seals of all kinds anti Bluegrass seal especially Thu extension of tho Southern rail in Kentucky is to ho built via 1DUIIille and not through Gnrrard county and Lancaster- Misunderstanding or disobedience of orders caused ono of the most dis astrous wrecks on tho n fi 0 R R in Tunnel No 12 n mite oast of IIlghticur wore destroyedr tf mnUnanttetTHE CITIZEN POLITICS AND FAVORITISM IN PUBLIC SCHOOL MATTERS- It would seem to ho impossible to keep politics out of any public insti tution but there is just as much reason that wo should have a State church to ho controlled by tho party in ownr as that tho public school should bo an item of tho tpoila to ho turned over to tho victor at tho polls Yet such is the cow and it has been within our kon Unit nuelliciont worthy Stale mi xjrin tendon t of public In struction a man who was doing ox cellont work for tho people hat to stop down and out of a position ho was honoring to make room for an untried man because a now party had come into power and the otlico of superintendent being one of tho plums In tho political pie it must go to some ono who could tlo gntntthfny for tilt JlartYllo ono of tho most sacred institutions of our country has hewn drown into the vortex of parti zan politics Tho evils attending this practice are evident oven in the em ployment oT teachers and ono party in as deep in tho mud as the other is in the mire What is the rout tfdyT Simply this Let us put the public school where it belongs side by side with the church of God Lot us place the education of tho children second only to tho loigious instruc tion of thom in tho home and then wo will see to it that tho affairs of thu public school system aro as care fully administered If not more so theta wo expect of the church to ho Favoritism in puplio school mat tore an pertaining to this selection of teachers is another evil with which tOntrollatno 1tothat the persons who have at heart tho welfare of tho schools anti nchol ars shall son to it that no one howov or influential or prominent shall ho chosen as school trustee or ho able tQ havo undue iniluonco on a trustee who is not known to ho upright and Godfearing and who is intelligently interested in tho education of the childrenJust few plain words in closing The public school in any district is as suro an indication of the moral intel lectual and religious condition of tho neighborhood In which it is as can be had If tho house is neglected the attendance at school had no interest among the scholars why that is n community for a man with n family to shun and nothing loss than a visit ation of religion and undefiled can make it lit to live in If the school property is well cared for tho attendance at school good tho schol ars in love Vith their studies why thoe is a neighborhood where the people aro alive the church effective and locks are not needed on the smokehouaesDLOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAILROAD- Tim Table In Effect July 1902 doing Nnrlli Tmln Ihdly Leave Berca IIm a in Arrive ltiehulond1210 a m Arrive Paris 815 p m Arrive Cincinnati 500 p m doing South Train Itnllr Leave lierea 122 p m Arrive Uvlllgllton2 pII1 J W Stephens Ticket Agent AT OF Loans and 2U 17 2 Overdrafts secured H Overdraft unsecured OliO from National BnnksS 0 5Q3 41 5 Dun from Slato Kankn and Bunkers f 0 Duo from Trust panics j 7 Ranking House and rot 1 8 Other Real Estate 9 Mortgages 10 US IJonds 11 Other and buds 12 SHcio 12525 11 2 252 00 11 Exchange H77 25 15 Other Items as Cash Ml 07 an Furniture and Fixtures 61OU 17 Fund to pay Taxes IS Current Exx iise Last f 0110 JI 10 I f value and how vial estate ex cept harking housq and lot if any owned longer than five years t i i 1i for Sale On Scaffold Cane one and a half miles from Conway at the forks of the Richmond and Mt Vernon Roads Convenient to School and Church Containing about 50 acres 30 acres cleared fairly woll fenced enough timber for fuel and fencing for unruly yenta never failing springs with hy draulic ram good young orchard of a hundred bearing trees good six room dwelling good barn henhouso and outbuildings a story houso in good location etc Will well cheap Ior cash Apply to C M See Berea Ky Or Time CITIZEN Ollice REPAIR THAT LOOM Boron College has secured a market for homespun and home woven goods such as bed covnrlids linen dress liuBey jeans blankets etc at follow ing prices Coverlids S4 to ffi Linen 10 to 50 cents a yard Dress Liusoy 50 cents a yard Jeans fiO cents a yard Blankets nntmal brown or bark fives a White limey anil whito blankets are not in demand only on orders Covorlids must ho 2 yards 72 inches wide and 2j yards 00 inches long All dyes used musllm old fashioned homemade dyes Any woman who wants to sell cover lids or homespun to Boron College should find out what the College wants before beginning to weave or spin For information in per son or by letter to Mrs Hcttic W Graham REPORT OF THE BEREA BANKING CO THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON THE 30th DAY SEPTEMBER 1902 dlacouuls35 Stocks Cur1I1cyto forOlourinksI carried Quarter Oivedosctipliomlocation ongownedall Total17O1f12i rFrm pairi apply KyIQUARTERLY Capital Stock paid in in cash FI5 000 00 2 Surplus Fund 9211 05- Undivided ProfiH Duo Debitors follow viz Dejwsits subjict to chtttk on which interest is not paid UII2i 71 DpJlitlllluhjcct to dINk on which interest iscpaid t Domandtiertificatesofdo posits on which inter y lit is paid Timo certificates of do posits on which inter t ost Is paid SKX 000 Savingsdopositstonvhtch Certilied Checks N81O277f 5 Duo National Banks II Duo State Bauks and Bankers 7 Duo Trust Companies S Cashiers Checks oURtal1tillg S2 W II Dills re discounted 10 Unpaid dividends 11 Taxes duo and unpaid 12 Capital Stock not pudJ SUL l L12AI13NTAltV lllRliot amount of ilukMixlucM- ni allY nlDckhoIilcr nrwn rom itstImalllyIlabllll ofthe11I1ldltalmembers i thereof deadly or Imllrfclly U MCentifIliebank2 aliovpHorn Section sa Kentucky Slal1 3 Illuhiii Hinount of Imlrlitctlnmt nyillnHtororolliccr If amount of mrh inclclitcJnCM cicwils lo per relit of paidup capital stock nf liank None Seo Soctlon 53 Kentucky suit How It name wurwl 6 Docs amount of IntlclitctlncM of H fomtuiny or llrm In eluding In the lIhllll of the romiwny or firm the liability of llio lixllvUIiial member thereof t x Misl per cent of 11110111111111- all1 actnnl turplui No If no Ktalo amount of inch Indolf- UllDCM f Amount of last divldendrYdtu7 Were all cxixnici louses Interest and taxes 11 Mitil tlirrcfrom bo lore tlrclnrlnK llvlileml ami was I not loa than IKT cent of net profit of the bank for the crlml it Trre l by the dvidrod cxtrliiHo the surplus fund before aald illrl fiend wiw lrI 1esrtote Section Kentucky s- latTotal17 OM 27 S ssCountyW II Porter Cashier of Tho Boroa Banking Co a bank located and doing business in tho Town of DorM In saidcounty being duly sworn that the forgoing report is ill nil r spocts a true stttomont of the couditiou- of the said Dank at tho close of httsmoss on tlno80tb day of Stptelllhr 1J to tin beat of his kttowlodgo and Iwliot and further says tint Uo businoss of said hank has boon transacted at tin location nauiod and not elsewhoro and that the above roport is made in compliance with nu otlicial notice received front tho Secretary of State designating the 80th day of September 1002 as on which such rejxjrt shall be made Subscribed and sworn to Iwforo me by W ILlortor W II POliTER Cnsluer tho Ith day of October 1902 J E JOHNSON Director JESSIE Con Clerk Madison Couuty Court P CORNELIUS Director By J M EARLY Deputy Clork J J MOORE Director An Independent Weekly Devoted to the Interests of TilE HOME FARM SCHOOL 60 A YEAR 1902 liner held pure Com wool c rsit Buying Iabig stock and sea thorn made up try on till you flail your size yourohuyingSizes for All Men Our wide range of sizes graded to the fraction of an inch and adapted to all seta ws of men insure a bettor fit than tho so called nmdotcYorder houses besides we save you BO per cent and t moro in tho bargain Como and well Provo what wo say Covington Banks l M Richmond Ky HAVING THE LARGESTI will for the next 00 days soil any saddle in tho shop at 10 per cent reduction A full lien of Hummer goods such as Buggy 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 louse DR ME JONES t Dentist e MillineryStore Office Days Thursday Friday and Saturday of each week Wo call attention of our Berea friendw to the new Furniture saw on stile at our largo store We in rite you to mako yourself at home at JOPLINS or not meet your friends here and consider this your headquarters PICTURE DEPT Day Phone Night Phone CENTS much IISADDLES RICE ARNOLD RICHMOND KY Shoes Hats Gents Furnish j ings of agrutllinRichmond New Fall Arrivals rI Stylecgetralml1tlycc Mouldings in Fashions Latest Dictates always carried and framing neatly done IUNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY 73 47 66 JO Se JOPLIN Richmond Ky General Upholstery NNNOIi SN If your mattress needs unmaking or your couch recovering or your FURNITURE RENOVATING AND REPAIRING shall bo glad to call and givo an honest estimate of whit ot will cast you Work guaranteed Prices reasonable NNNNNN I Address Walter TurnerB- ox jI 223 Betea Ky or care of Supt C A King NN Nb NONNt ON H NN I ICrutcher a fine line of Ihave and Sum mer Shoes They enjoy showing i you their goods SEE THEIR LATEST i I IN OXFORDS JN N NNN NtiNN NNH NN t THE CITIZEN IMOI TO CITIZEN SUBSCRIBERS yet 1 A gun oral exact sizo of cut blades am forged razor Illo testod nnd warranted nnd this is us good a ns can any flrst taro for rents We will Rond Tllr CITIZEN wookly for ono year price W cotita a year rind ono of tIiso sploiniki knives worth 75 total valuo 125 free by mail to nny now subscriber for 7fi cents Xo 2 A pair of best quality 7inch shears handles finely finished and japanned much moro durn blQ than nicklo platingjust tho right size slllars for tim worklllskct NO UEVIEI ShEARS MADE Wo will send TilE CITIZEN weekly for ono year prieo W cents n year and n pair of theso splendid shears valuo 50 cents total value 110 free by mail to n now subscriber for only 7fi cents Or if n now sub pitcrberwould liko to hnvo both shears and knifo cnn have both nnd TIIK CITIZEN tho best newspaper Kentucky for only 110 No JJ A genuine hollowground Shcihcld Diamond Edge Mnher Grosh 10Q Rnzor sot ready for use As ood n razor as can bo sold for a dollar fully warranted every respect We will send TUE CITIZEN weekly for ono year this extra fine razor by mail prepaid to a new subscriber lor only 100 I A Sewing Machine Free is in H the self i pro fullywnrrnnlod I will give an UptoDate fivo drawer drophead Sovvinginachiuo free JIll cnt to nny lady who will send inn ono hundred nnd twenty 120 new paidup to Tile CITIZEN Tho machine is fully warranted No mnchinocnn do bettor work ILls less and It is fully equal to any machine yon can buy of an agent for f15 is a ImndHOino durable ma chine of which any lady might justly bo proud Send in tho names with rl cents for each unmans fast as you got thom so we can bo sending tho to tho subscribers Wo will send you receipts for all names nnd when you sent in 120unmos I pallCrRI der tho machino direct to you front tho factory i A Remarkably Liberal Offerj JThis J the- sizeo the Itype used this Bible Notice flouncing feature qerOfleLR XKIIKMIAH 10 1J Mttfta lCf into tho Imnd of their oiionues who tJltJlrltlOuLlu lIIo1cieaRaved them out of ell hand of their enemies 2S Butnfte they hall ro3t tho did evil ngain before thee therefore loftI cst thou thom ii tho lund of their tlominIionturned and fried unto thee thou hwirdwt than from heaven niid 2iuIIi limes didt thou deliver them ItIthat thou niightotit bring again unto thy law they jmxidly nnd hearkened not unto t IY com mandments but sinned th judgment which it a mUll tllIllI1i shall live in them and theirllneckbear thum and tostiflfdct against Iietsthercibro gavest thou them into the liand of till peollo of tho lands 31 Nevertheless thy great liter ciessiko thou not con 4 COlIthou Itrrihll11Godnot all tho trouble seem little before thee UthatluLth conic iiKn UH on our kings on our princes nnd on our lid on our prophets and on our fathercand on Ir 511cc the time of the kiugnof AIHrI tlnraa art juft in all that hUttlonejriour our princes our prieHtH nor our mthcn thy lawnor hearkunvd unto thy coinmandmcntsnndthytostimonieu I1gnilStthem35 Foithey have not served thee inC their kingiloinand in thy great good ziessthntthou gayest thieinnu1 in the d largo and flit IllIu which thou gayest theyfrom No purpose twoblndod pocketknife Tho hand from steel knifo lx purchased at class seventyfive couth they in in lightrunning finelyfinished subscriptions noise ballbearing barn them dealt didst iJUjrrlo ni4 u iut 3 I toI2r ssass l1NdI 1IIn It tpttSst ILIl Jjcr510 wvirt- I 11- 4Juhj w S KL 171 flan9llIi IT IoutII outISS outLI Ulartlol tt or CIIAV10at godL gti89 l Or Iti tfl1n cI JrI 11- d138 Uira2i1 FzrlItr 111111 IClOI 35 Pmhold wo lift servant thia dnyandt tho land tliat thou aw et unto our father to wit tho nut itheiiHjf aunt tltt Jwtl thereof itImuch increase thou hast tOt over us InvitUM of our RillS also they have Mominion Over our bxlius anti over our cattle at their pleasure mid wo are in great distress 38 And because of alt this wo mako a win Ot 111111111 Writ it and lour priiueiJ LOvitoiJ ami Jlri 8t- 8Ill unto it rilAPTKR 10- VaNs qf 10W irka tMnl rvMnnm ir AIM IV rt Mr itta it tu UoMMtHt u atium Idli 1ta4rN4Ia IN IIIlmllIhson of Iiichairah tutu Id kljiih 2 StrjiIah AzarFali Iuronifah 3 Ywliilr Amnrlaliluldiljuh 1 ittiishShebnnIah Malltich f iirim Mcroinoth oKiiUali G Dauiel Iiiiiothon n I IJVnich S 7 ltjiuiiTuiMiizizFnh these irrre tho priests U AntI tho IZvites Imlh Jshuii the son of Azanrah IllnniiI of tho soils of llCnadail IvaImlil 0 And their bntlirunShCbnnTnh Ilodfjali KillHi Ielarnh IhV lute I 1 Mlehii Itdiob IlaHhalrah 1 9 Ttlccur Sliurublah ShubautI- alt 13 lludijnh IWnT IMSnlnu- M Thochiifof the PtVrusIt PahathnuVabfilamXiitthuHanl 5 Jiiuiil B haT 15 Adonijah lltgvnT A din llzk1jaltAzzirI 7iii IU IhVripli AnatluHli N haT 20 tlugjiTIisli JIfuhfiriam Ilrzlr 21 tihlzIhI Z loklad diiii 22 Pel atiah IhVnan AnaIah 23 IIoshrYi Ilaiianrah Ilaslmb 21 Ilftlloliwh Pll vha Sholwk 2r UGhiim Iiaslinbjuih liiIlti Anti Ahrhh IliVnnn Anan 27 MAHuch llarim IkVanah 28 And tlm iit of tho iteoplt the priests the TvIt4Js tho jwrterH tho singers the NiitliInlmy and all they UUlt had Benanitiid themselves from jthepcoploof the Ian Jtf unto tho law of thcirsona and their An INTERNATIONAL LONG PRIMER SELPPRONOUNCING TEACH EIlS BIBLE Containing over BOO pages of Helps to the Study of the Bible including tho famous Intornntionnl Combination Concordance or Word Dookund Maps Binding International Morocco divinity circuit round corners red and gold edges silk sowed A Largo Typo Bible that would cost you 2 2ii to got it train tho publishers free by mull to you nut TilE CITIZEN weekly for ONE YEAR for only 200 or fret for a Club of only ten 10 Now Subscribers and ii 00 in cash Each subscriber to an CITIZEN weekly for ono year and a copy of Black Rock in good paper covers OFFER TO OLD SUBSCRIBERS If you nro behind on your subscription anti will pay up arrears you may then renew for another yonr nt tho alwve offers if you BO desire Still further If you want the Fine Pocket Knife send mo threo now subscribers nut nddressos nut Iro aijiltinpaper covers Or you can have tho Extra Good Shears for three names anti Ieach now subscriber to got mack Hock as well as Tile CITIZEN Or you can got the Hollow Ground FullyWarranted Razor for four now names und 2 tho razor sent to S you and tho paper to go for a year to the new subscribers as woll as Black Rock Dont delay send in your orders and tho money Send money by moneyorder or registered letter Ad dross JOHN DODWELL Berea KY J r I r ITHEI HOME I SOME MORE GOOD RECIPES A Trained Nurses Reclpo A trained nurse prepares chopped beefsteak for her patients in n way that makes tho foot extremely endy of digestion Tho meat from u pound of round or sirloin steak is carefully freed of fat and cut in rather small pieces to go into time meat chopper A Iter n tow minutes of chopping tho hue pulp that rises during the opera tutu of chopping is removed and put misfile continuo to chop until only tho fibre of tho meat reumins This pulp is pressed Into n round lint cake tutu broiled over a very ihot fire on each side for about live minutes it is thou seasoned lightly withflail n dash of cayonne a littlo butter nnd served very hot If preferred this pulp unity be served almost entirely Uncooked In that case tho pulp should bo son soned lx foro it is funned Into n cake Now York Pout BANANA Pitnuxo Ono quart of milk two eggs ono nud onehalf ta blespoon fills of corn starch or Hour four tablespoon fills cugnr ono table spoonful vnnilla Cook in double boiler Whun cool pour over six bananas sliced very thin in pudding dish Servo very cold it is like let crlnm CrriMiiKR SAtCE PeoUtwo cucum bers cut theta lengthwise into quar ters nud if tho seeds tire Inrgoeit oil the edge which contains them Chop hut nnd sqtieeo quitu dry throughit pleco of cheesecloth Season with salt PaPrika nut vinegar nut stir In onehalf cup of thick crentn whipx d until it is stilt POTATO GuJITo ono cupful of warm mushed potatoes nut ono table spoonful of butter nnd ono teaspootu ofsnltlxUt tIme yolks of two eggs mid to them ono cup of milk lour this uKu Otto alllin half cups of sifted Hour anil hut mnshwl potato ndd tho beaten whites of tho eggs and two tutu n lUlU level tcnipoonfula of baking powder fill buttered gent Palms twothirds full and bake III n quick oven twenty minutes BAKKD HASH Two cupfuls of chop ped uncookLsl potatoes put in a stow pan with one pint of water cook slow ly for five minutes thou stilt tho ment and enough wntor to mako tho mix lure moist stow ton minutes romorn from tho lire add two eggs beaten ouo teaspoon of salt nnd n littlo pepper turn into n baking dish and bako twenty minuted in n quick oven BUY THE NEIGMESEWINGMACHINE Do not ho ileciIvwl by tlnwo who nd- virtl j n ffiOOO Hewing Maelilnv for UU Thi kind eta machine mil be Ixiu ht rout nn or anv ofour dnilcw frouiihOOto 1 1800 WC MAKE VARIETY THE NEW HOME IS THE BEST rite Vets tllhnnlI1C11 the piifiit- veaktictM n IIrI of Hewlbg Marhllii Ooulilo Ic l comliliu with other Htnmg i olnNiiiiiUt the A MV ironic tlio Lent Hewing Machine to buy Wnte for CIRCULARS howlnc tim dlr riTfiit MtylcH of H wjtii Machine wo manufacture ami r1lC bvarujiuruuiasIii li THE NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE OKANOt Mall y Union N V Chicago III Atlanta Oa tit LouUlio Ihilla ToxHiiii FruncUoo Uul ron SALE BY SISCO CO NlcbolasTile K- yem4IyotaaaIYiign Ireercl Aktiiiinillnc l lruvrry From Cooporsvillo Mich comes word of a wonderful discovery of n pleasant tasting liquid Unit when used before retiring by any ono troubled with n butt cough always in Btires a good nights rest It will soon euro tho cough too writes Mrs S Ilimolbtirger For three genera tions of our family liavo used Dr Kings Now Discovery for Consump lion anti never found its equal for Coughs and Colds Its an unrivaled lifesaver when used for desperate lung diseases Guarauted rattles 0c and 100 at East End Drug Cos Trial bottlea freo I THE A MOUNTAIN Letter from A wonl from THE may lo of Tilt CITIZES of four persons wifo Carl Hunt loft Dora Sept Innoln Madison camping place dially received postmnster amid selected ll anti hall wo woro greeted in tho church morning wo bythiss Sallie nnd Superintendent short talks school iIrooni with pictures structive tutu a est was Superintendent III all 0 n pleasant night lectures largo situ day morning wo lug to nmkn ty our next oiht drive brought us t house near Sams Here although Citizenfljwo pitched our tho night Tho greatly flndourtentby surprised ono little follow comer bent n noAsof tho ing until JIO Wo in tho school and the teacher Mr briefly to tho moro promimHl to nut literature they seemed hug on thu tithes Springs n the northern Stopping to tho oHtmnHtcr invite by him few dnyn nml turer A plnco n plensAtit spot forod nnd given Fridny I1I Sundny nut npprccintiro most hospitably Ill Monday wo county ftont of cnmping ground Mr John D tornoy of tho The well seated courtroom was pine at our disposal for the lectures first night we wore greeted by a nudioncoof flM people which was tho noxt two nights to UK singing was greatly helped by Lilly who brought tlm young forward nud encouraged tlioui III pnrt public RchoolH of Staiiton tire nbovo tho nvcragoloing nud largely iittmidisl by young in tho advanced Htiulias n noiglitmring Hchool vmi Charles 0 Kwou a iu pliiiv of Johnson of Huron Mr plonswl to have IIH visit hIs dlOoli strongly hop w to bo a student at this winter Leaving Stanton tiTith wo swnt tho night nt tho of Judgo L 0 Wells on Cum near llowoii Judge Wolltj ii unuNiiully entorpriNlng man nn his kept farm store and mills tent For moro tItan thirty yonn ho lived and proHjx n d III his pren location A largo family of chil seven of whom nro still with paruntH nmkn the homo lifo unit intonating Singing accom Iby n variety of hwtrumontH tutu onler of tutu evening aunt wits fly onjoyinl by all In tho morn Judgo WullH prowiitod the writer a milt lock front an old rifle of famo It had boon tutu rty of Henry Comilee nit fted and along with other giiim wits l and broken by FMIfluisol in tho Civil war Taking leave kind entertainer woprocoixled Frctichhurg in Menifoo coun Hpncu forbids nuy further nc J W DINSMOHC Tlii Wiir t furin are niuging tho prninen tho now discovery which in so mnny sick people well tutu people strong by digesting what eat by clemming nnd nwootonlng Htonuchnnd by transforming their lute the kind of pure rich red that make you fool good MrH Cmullll of Troy I T For a nninl er of yearn I troubled with ludigowlion anti opMiii which grow into tho wor t Finally I wan Induced to use and after using four bottles I eutiroly cured I heartily recom Kodol to nil nulTerorrt from In mid dynXp m Tnkimdonn tnonl1 It digiwtn whnt you tnt sale by East Knd Drug Co litn you wnkonp with n bad tnnto our mouth go nt once to S K Indnl toro nnd gut n free of ChnmlKirluinN Stoumoh Liver Tablets Ono or two dote make you woll They also euro Hiuk heudncho nnd coimtl WEEKLY50c year RIPANrSdoctored for a you nnd a half for what tho doctor told mo was gall stones I had read much iiltout tho relief Ripnui Tnhult gave other people I thought I would get souse I hnvo used eight of tho ft cent IOH neil have not had n spell since AT DRUGGISTS The five cent packet is enough for an ordinary occasion The family bottle six ty cents contains a supply for a year Berea CollegePounded 1855 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 yearn course with Agriculture for young muse and Domestic Science for young ladies i Normal COIITHON I or Teachers Three courses loading to County Certificate Stato Certificate State Diploma Aezultuuuiy Course Four years fitting for College for humncsH and for life College COHTHCH Literary Scientific Classical loading to Baccalaureate ilcgreos- Irutle SchtftoiMCflrpt3fltry fit I Iounuuworlc NursIng two YOllrlla fFWocation Our Instruction is n freo gift Students pnv u small incidental fee pyCorbrought within 2400 about U to ho nd In ndvnnco Tho school is endorsed by Baptists ChristinnsDisciplos Congregation nlisls Methodists Prosbyterinns nnd good people of all denominations Fr id nMrcti Ibt WILL C GAMBLE Berea Madison County Ky I THE CITIZEN THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON II FOURTH QUARTER INTER NATIONAL SERIES OCT 12 Teal uf the 1011 Ju li lllUlv 7 Lt M iuurr rare 1517 Uoldru Tril t Imi kill it cryrrrpuril by llvv U SlruriinI- Qopyrlulit 190J by Americas PrcM Aiso cUllon Hereby ye iliull know that the llvlag Oud a tnong you Tlio tuple of our lesson Is Israel crumliiK the Jorclon and the story U tully tohl In there two chapter from rnhlch our lesson U taken Hy thin rout event the Lonl would iiiiiRiiIfy 1 Jonhuit In the ttcht of till Israel thui Uruel might tear thu Lord lu Ooit furl er uud that all the people ut the eurtli might know the hand of the f Urd that It U wildly 7 Jv U i The vytiibol of the premtucu of God WUH the urk of the eovuimnt tor It wus from above the mercy sent from lntwecu the cluTiililm thut He hud itrouiUtil tu meet Stud ituiimuni with MoiMri mx xxv and ut leuitt even thiieri He It iokeu of us dwell lug lutWftin the chiruhhn Ill the third dill lIter the urk In luuutloned ten tines HtiJ In the fourth clm ter seven time KMlwt the urk of the coveunnt or tilt liriifciieu of the Lord III the tuldxt of Uratl really the heart of our lesson I HOI llrlioul the Irk of the covenant of tlu Lord of ill tlw wirtli paaeth uvrr bo fore you Into Jordan A study or Num x will chow that on placelucvdlni quit tic trlUn following It mad It wan dUtliiKuUhed from every other- Veewl by nil outer coverlliif Wholly of lilnu Num Iv 5 Ill but on thin own 11011 It went before nil the peopli an lirtffded them by nbgut OWl cubltr that they mlcht know the way by which they trust go for the nillc T rind Ye hove nut paiuud thU way heretofore Jonh III II AH we on In slue dally ChrUthtn life we uitut run wltb patleiux looking unto Jemiii and Wit trust t1110 oue but Jtttu only for He In our only ark HiiJ He alone van lead im In the way whervln we should k0 lab loll 2 Mark It HI 1416 And It cam to pu the pro l wcAd over right ngalnat Jericho Thui theve threo verses begin find end and they tell us that an soon thu fret of the prlmU that ore the urk touched the water of the river the waters from above where Israel war aloud upon n heap and the tad of thu river became dry fur Israel to jinn over The saute living lad who dlvld ed thu lied sea Ufore Israel In thf das of Muses did thU before the will thesis of luruel under Joshua that Israel mlxht nee that the Lord Will with Ju liuu Ho had Utfii with MOBC mid that all the opIu of till earth lulu lit know the uiljjhty hand of the Lord The name Lord Afterward ill Vlded tllll MIUIU river fur two men ami a little later fur one tuna II Kings II 8 Hi ttu little know what the llv Ing Soil would do tar one man willing to be us wholly Ills aa Jesus IlirUt was but we do know that HU hut are ourvhlng the whole earth to fluid nob people 11 Chron xvl Ui On Lute occuBlon an Jod sold It would lit MJ It minis to plus with no It nlwaya nits null the believer may my with tilt utujunt conlldeuce I believe Cloth that It shall Lie even It wan told me Act xx vll 23 II QuIetmHH and conlldence honor God IT And the prltiti that bare the ark of the rovnant of the Lord toed arm ou dry ground In the inlJit of Jordan Until cll the people wrre im aItf1I over Junlan An truly every one of thin great hoitt of 2100000 or more i unwed nnfely over thu Jordan while till prleatu bear lug the art atood firm no truly hull t every one of the lonllI riHleiMiieil pni hafiily through all thin wllderneHH jour user IMVUIIW of our IIlKli Irient who N IlluiBlf lie true urk of this covenant the rut ol the law for rluhteoUiineKH to nary our that bcllcvcth who ever llv nth to make InturceHHlon fur tin nud who lee salt HecaiiMU I llvo ye ahall live also John xiv 10 Yet we must out thtuk of Jordan na tyjlcal oC death or of Camian its suggestive of heav enr for there are no conflicts lu heaven such lu weru In Canaan utter Uniel entered It The Israel story la HUK Ktntlvo of life hero on earth flu bonduKtf In Egypt tells the condltlor of sill before they are redeemed the blood of the Passover lamb sets forth the way of redemption the ups ant downs of the wlldorncM Journey are nn nil too common experience of many saved ones while the restful aspect of ale Canaan experience IB the prlv lleiM of nil believers though but few seem to enjoy It They do not enter In becauso of unbelief slut thoou who truly bellevu und therefore cruse from their own works do enter lulu rest Hub III 13 10 and Iv 3 0 10 See liig and knowing Jesus U rest Iv 17 These alone shall be for a me mortal unto the children of Urael fur ever ri This chapter tells of twelve stones set up ns a memorial in the midst of a Jordan III the place where the feet of the priests which bore tho ark of the covenant dtoyd verse an well as of f twelve stones taken from the place Jt where the priests stood anti set up In afthtland verse BI Jordan signifies the of judgment nnd these two heaps 4of italics under the waters of Jordan i and sit up In the land speak to me of tt the believer crucified with Christ not l risen with Cutlet Judgment past and Christ at Gods right hand our life for I evermore lutll we see this there Is l ttbldlmr rest and victory Unless tWI thus live tllq people ot the earth t 7will not kuow the hand of thu Iojo Irl It la mighty and God will uOl- IIiltglorUlod In Wa redeemed p Hpremln Like Wllilllre When IhltiRs are thin lent they liecomo tho host selling Abrnhnin Hnrp n lending druggist or Bcllevillo 0 writes Elcctrio Bittorn nro the lnst wiling bittern I lava Imnillid In 20 yours You know why Most diHOHROH begin in lisodors or stomach livor kitlnojs Irawuls blood and nurvoH Klectrio Bittern loans up tho Ntnmauh rognlntcfl liver kid neya nml lHvolH purifies thn Mood stron tli ho nerves lii icnf tir M multitudes of nmlmliiw It ImililH up the untiro nyHtxin Puts now lifo nnd vigor into fitly weak sickly rundown nmu or woninn irico ru coals Sold by tho Kant Kiln Drug Co ftaiIM9Y LATE USA OoeIN oNT AMERICA PHtli AMOCIMIONIIBI In limo afternoon Sour ci w that rho must make work for hewolf or then would bo no exenmi for her to stay about tho place Ho without wiyiiiK won she took iv lull of water unit u NcrnbbtiiK brush nnd IMKIIII to scrub this floor Thtiii else kiiKKiitte l to Mm Trtggs that Aim sweep her iMMlroom The woman concluiltHl that as it hall taut twen swept for tunic than n month Hour mouglit well do U eiNcially as the girl teemed lobe willliiK to do nil thlll work for a little boileil meat and corn tread sdon look right umart Mbw Trign unlit Send after wwklng thll- 11I1JlIIt nnd eating her alnire n I dun kuow whnr gwhie t Kit nay breakfast kes I como n rook fur yH Mrs Trlggi succeeded in getting her hiulinmls coiiRcnt to Bouri coming back in the morning and the man went out to the guts with her end told her It tho guard did not 5154 her in toeml fur luau She was ut the jail bright and early and got In on telling thu sentinel that she was Mrs TrlggA servant Sao cooked the breakfiutt and when she saw Triggn about to carry Murks meat nnd corn bru4ul tutu him situ offend to do it butTriIKII Mtid no attention to the otter ujidcnrried ft in himself Then clue nuket Mrs Trlgga when she did her washing nnd as thus old woman luid no regular time and not miny clothiw Souri offerod to do what there wait When chic went out to hung up tho clothes to dry Jnkoy was in the yard slio called him to her nnd In n whisper made herself known Jnkey who was wondering what had become of the uses sage hu hud sent was both overjoyed alltllIItollthlt111t turned two or three HoaienaulU on the ground and other wt a deuionitrated his childUhneu to MB Triggs who at that moment ni penned nt n window but not Wforo Hour had tutu Jakuy to inform Mark of her prewnco old that she would try to tint lute hit room ni soon na the could IM intrusted with a weal for him Again at noun she offered to take in hut dinner but without succeM She mutt at her wits end for iui excuse to attv about till au i er time but think Ing that Mrs Trigg wanlrobe might ae inuuding she offered to nudwtako thu task und spout the afternoon over the old womans threadbare garmunU All this vhilu Souri was thinking of n plow for Mnrka escape She leartlal that ho was to bo hanged in a few days paid know them was little time rue trod natural plan under tho circuits stances occurred to hrR plant by which Inure prisoners huvo conies their e cui t than nny other use method walking Il ttltrtfdler1U1 guard in womens clothe 1d if nho could WIt an entrance tutu Marks room at nny tluiu utter dark she would give him her drei i und tmnbonnut nnd leave huts to make nn attempt Then slut began to think over n plats to gaits an entranco nt a itpeclfied time In the evening her patience wits ret warded Marks slipper wnsMtntidingun the stove Triggs was out in the jail and Mrs Triggs went down the stuira outside to get HOiuvthing she wanted in the yard Sourl caught up tho supper and walked straight past thu guard into Marks room with it Mark who hull been informed of her coming by Jukoy was cxiRcting her When ho saw the mulatto girl ho grasped her hand Souri God bless you ho said in a low tune aint got no thou ter talk Im wntchin fur a chance ter giv y iny clothes ter go out with But what would you und Jakey 110r ha naked hurriedly Thnlnt germ ter hang it boyor n gill 1ertend ter bo sick termorrcr ask fur some medicine Mebbo theyll send mo till lilt With that alto went out Whims Mrs Triggs came in she was bending over the stove Whines the Yolks supper also nuked Oh twnr glitch cold n I toted hit in ter him Soon made herself so useful that sho was permitted to stay about tlfy jail tho next duty Sho innmiged to keep nn in different mien to nil ubout her but with in there was u tempest flue next morn ing Mark was to swing amid prepara tions Were being made for the purpose If there war only time thought Souri mought help him away but touior Hurl timid 110 ona being near to see her also wrung her hands There seemed but little chancQ that having only one evening to effect liar plans she would succeed It could only bo by good luck In tho nf ternoon Murk begun to moan Tri l nakalrwhet was the matter Murk told him that he was ill As the afternoon wore away the prisoner groaned and moaned till Triggs went back to him and Mark 1t tout mat no tltllU lIt no was going to tile Mrs Triggs carried in hid sup per but ho refused to eat What y1 uotisllu nuked Cholera I reckon Uoksl Lord I want some medicine jsald Mark If youllsud the black girl for it Ill pay you and her well Y aint gut no money Yen have but y dont know whnr it is Mrs Triggs reported the matter to her husband who fearing that that prisoner would not Iw in condition for the hang hug which was to occur time next morn tug consented Mark was furnished with n setup of pajier mid a und wroto tho name of a mixture ho remem herM for cholera inorbua Triggx told Sour to warms tho dniggint not to scud poison for ho feared Mark might lw in tending to make way with himself to es calm the gallows Situ was furnished with money extracted from Jakeys boot and hurried to When she tOWIiIdark Only u In tho west As entered met Triggs going out of the gate Site quickly mounted thu staircase with her heart in her throat As nn she entered tho building situ saw that Mrs Triggs wns not there she was in her room Souri went on tiptoe to Mrs Triggs door mud looked in TIll woman was nitting on n chair by the window wait lug her return Scurf went its quickly she could go without being heard to tho prisoners room Mediolnu she wild to the guard nnd passel in without waiting MirminHion leaving the door jmrtly closed bohind her Here quick A burnt cork Rubt on yur face Mm whiiered Mark seized tho cork amid applied it Souri stood in tau corner with lice buck to him and taking off her drew threw to him Mark took oil his outer clothes nnd threw thorn to her Each put on tho others garments Mark inclosing puts head In tho snnbonnet Looking the gratitude ho did not dare to speak pressing her bund and carry Ing it to lute lip Murk uisftcd out The gourd wondered why Souri looked so tall Rlllll1trllPlillll- Gohlll out of the door and down the stairs Murk went tothogato nnd walked by the sentinel posted there ns Souri hind often done The gunnl also nolictsl how tall she looked und culled to her but by this time Mark was well out of his reach and pretended not to hear Tho senti nel nut thinking it worth while to fol low and leave Ids post unprotected let him go nnd thought no moro ubout the matter CHAPTER XfllF- IOATISU rR IJKK t She took the niride and IrI the imp lathe iltnltifj rmim above Mnrk ha5 very little idea how long a time would elapse before it would lie discovered thut Sari was in his place uud lit lint escaped It might be u few minutes it might be half nn hour it might possibly bo not till morning though of this he had believed that within would bo pursued acquainted with the methods in vogue in the south nt thu timo he knew would tnicinl by bloodhounds boI He hud been about the town to know the direction of tho river und started toward it During tho day he hail thought over what hu would do in emu Sunnis ruM should bo miccesiful nnd made up his mind that any delay In getting across the river would loo fatal Ho wns nt home in tho water and de termined that hu would not uttempt to find n bout but would plunge in und swim for lute life Tho width of thu river nt Clmttnnooga was only about threequarters ot a mile and Murk did nut regard this n great distnnco for a good swimmer Onco across the dogs would have to pick up tho scent on the other side and if ho should ermit tho current to curry hlui fur down the stream tho difficulty in doing so would be greatly Increased Though Mark JIlll lieen in prison but u few days till transition from duress to freedom was very grateful It was a soft summer evening anti tho larger stars hud already begun to shine Cast fug u glancu to thu right hu saw n streak of light over Missionary ridge and knew that before long ho would IK at n disadvantage trout the rising of n toll moon Ho walked briskly whenever any person was III sight und when huithought that ho was unobserved ho When ho first left tho juilyurd his heart was in his throat His agitation dimin ished ns hu proceeded und in live min utes ho load como down like one in n nice to a concentration all his facul UellII gathering of all lima forces for tho struggle iMitween lifo uud death buforo him With thexu well in hand thu dreaded sceuo of the morrow acted us n tremendous und effective stimulant No onu of tho low people who pos8e l tho strapping negro girl whoso face was hidden within the blue check sun Donnet traded that II Union soldier was pacing that tho scaffold was being heutcd that u messenger with the se rut of onus of the most important moves city Confederate general hud made or was destined to muko during thu war was on his way north in thu person of ihe negro woman hurrying oaf toward r nvcr nun It was lortnnato tor the flying soldier they situ not or ho would Hover oven have gut half a mllo from tho jail Ho eyed onward running nnd walking briskly alternately till ho carne to a place where i hoard fence was capped by a narrow strip Ho mounted it and walked tin fur nn the fencu extended perhaps hundred yards hoping hy this means to throw the dogs off tho scent for n few minute und thus gnus u littlo time risen ho juniiHil down and liar red forward A man patted amid called to him but ho paid no attention to the call and the mini stood looking nfler him doubtless sn pecting that the girl war a runaway slave At lust the grateful sight of the river met his gaze It cheered him and neemed to Ixckon him on to rest upon its bosom or us nn alternative with tim dreadful tragedy of the morning to fluid oblivion lieneath Its surface Hetween tilt river before hunt mid tilt jail the dogs and tho gibbet fur u thou hula teal tugs of holy unit tear miutnilized each other und loft his faculties free to net with perfect coolness Ho stood for n moment beneath a low clump of trees on thou batik listening nod looking up und down tlio river A boat wax passing and lie felt it necessary to wait for it to go by He lost live minutes hint it heemed hall nn hour Then taking off huts dross nnd shoe and IxMiiiot ho put thA dress mud the shoos in tilt Ixnmet und tied the strings around ills neck rusting tau bundle on Isis Iud Going down to tho margin und again listening u moment to make sure ho wits not observed ho wailed out ax fur as lio could touch Iwttom and then Ixtgun to swim AH it was inidHUinmer ho had exjicctcil to find the water warm His expecta tion wero realized to a reasonable degree and he felt that ho could remain hilt a long whilo without being chilled Ills plan was to drift down n consider able distance Ho might ho uxpotfd to HWim across us rapidly ns ho could nnd the current in this ruse would land him jwrhitpt n mile below the town Those who would follow him with dogs would doubtless truck Mill to the river margin thou take the dogs ucro s nnd iMidoavnr to pick up tho Went some distitnco dud w on tho other side Murk hud weighed alt louse circumstances tutu i determined to drift down us fur ns possible land nt the month of u creek if he could find one enter it und swim or walk up it in time water thus rendering it dillicnlt for the dogs to truck him HoHWam slowly till ho reached the middle of the river thou Hooting with scarcely any motion of his hands and feet hu ermitted himself to drift down with the current A favorite way with him when a boy of resting in tlio water had beets to flout on his kick Unmindful of the wetting ho would giv the clothes tied around hits neck hi turned over nnd drifted with his arum spread hostile him hits eyes turned directly to the Ay It tray teem singular that n man who was Imlug carried trom so dreudfiil tenth should huvo thought of anything else But Mark did not want to think of it Ho had never beep unnerved ex cept after huts sentence with an almost certain uxtcution lieforo him und felt it last to let isis mind drift into other channels Then danger in not and was not especially with Murk to be com pared with certain destruction Tao soldier on the fluid of battle is u differ east man from ont who awaits time bul lets of a file of soldiers drawn up in lino to take his lifo deliberately Mark wad n changed man from the moment ho got lute tho river for he then felt that he hind a chiincu for his life In tilt iKisition on hits back ho could only loot upward at the stars Thero was the great dome above him spangled with myriads of bright i oints mid pniined by tho milky way Ho had always been fond of the stiles and in dlIlulbmsfwltl his which mind and trntpar In this way ho diverted Isis mind Until his nerves became quite steady His observations WITU suddenly checked hII sound It was very fault but enough ID freeze thin narrow in his bones It was tie distant bark of u dog He listened mutt presently could hear more Evidently there was a pack They drew nearer Thou they ceased for awhile Perhaps they haul eomo to the where ho had walked on tau fctmce7theh the lurks begun again growing only slightly louder as they came till Murk was floating rapidly from tho point where ho hind entered tho river Ho involuntarily turned over on his chest und struck out lustily Tho current was swift swimming would nut add to his safety it would only tux his strength and render him more liable to recupturo ou tho other shore Hut swim ho must With tho terrible sound of those dogs in luIs ears ho could not lit idly on the water and leave tho current to bear him onward Soon thero came another cessation of Bound trout the dogs tar above on tho shore und Mark judged that they had lost the scent nt tho place wherg ho hud entered tho water Then he begun to thankof Souri mill Jakey What led they done to Saudi when they hind discovered her trick Would they punish her Would they treat tho boy harshly Ho was com forted with tho thought that thero would bo nothing gullied by thisIt would not bring time prisoner oocklIlltho mut tered a prayer for tho girl who haul placed herself behind thoso prison bars who hud incurred tho rugo of lute jailers to save him Ho heard no more of the dogs und flouted on swimming and resting niter nutoly Tho high bluffs of Moccasin point wero before him ou his right An owl on their summit watching the ris lug moon occasionally gave a dismal hoot thou intervals leing supplied by thu mcluuchol The current earryiughintpossijd tilt picket with tho sleeping Jakoy in his arms a tow tights before So rJouu was ion ttiuh Uu could see a man- S wntKlug lack and forth on thievery beat of tho ate he hail passed An ho drifted away ho saw the relief approach and tho picket changed He Was borne directly under Lookout mountain and on down fur a milt to n point where tilt river mules another bend Hero tho bank wits low and ns Mark was getting chilled ho swam to tho southern bank for rest Ho laid himself down for a tow moments on tho dry ground and then getting up walked hack and forth rapidly swinging his arms nt the sauo time to restore circa lation and fit him to endure a longer stay in time water Ho looked abut for some pieco of wood on which hu might float further There were logs of vnri Otis size scattered around butt utmost of them were rotten He wan so much ut homo in the wider that he was not this npixiinted on failing to find ono suitable to Ids purpose Plunging in ngnin ho moved on down past the bluffs ut the unit of time Raccoon mountains swimming on his chest most of till tiuiu mid keeping lookout beforo him Hu hell not passed any boats at least noise near him and did not fear tlsiit danger but he wanted to keep his surroundings well III view in order to know his locution The moon wits now well up mill he could see quite distinct ly Below and to leis right a knit won putting out from the east shore It was larger than an ordinary skiff but us it WUH in a shadow ho could not tell what kind of n craft it wits As it came over the river ut right nigle with time shore und Mark wits drifting toward it ho HKin found that lie was in danger of meeting it in time middle of time streams The current was quite rapid and before he was aware of it he wits close to the boat It wus evidently n ferryboat and Murk who knew the location of Browns ferry from thu main judged that it was time hoot liulongiiig there Hut Mark was concerned with other considerations Insides hits location just then Ho was too late to get onto the way unobserved by swimming aside Ho mule up his mind in u twinkling what to do Drawing several Song breaths hu tilled Ids lungs with air and then putting his head down und his feet up hu threw himself under water Hu hud often beau beneath the surface for a considerable time lint never us long us now Hu remained under ns lung ns ho thought hu jtosxibly could amid then staid awhile longer When he came to light again time boat was n hundred yards above him nand to tho west of hums Another mile brought him to an island Hu remembered it on his map us Wil liams island and knew that it was nlxmt two miles long He recalled the fact that the only creek flowing into the river in this vicinity entered it midway between the north und south end of this island uud on isle right It he remem bered aright Ho led about n mile to go tu reach the mouth of this creek Striking out ho directed Isis course to the eastward of till island meld swan very near to the east bank of the river Along this he floated with scarcely a stroke except to keep in close to the shore watching eagerl for the mouth of the creek Fortunately when he reached it he discovered mid where he had supposed he would find it With n rOW lusty strokes he was in it and soon nt n place where ho could rest in tho water with his feet au terrn flriim But the knowledge that the dogs would soon IH upon him prevented a rest of long duration Perhaps a party would cross the neck of Moccasin point thus cutting off a greater port of the long distance over which he had floated The thought added new terror amid he begun to wade nut to swirl alternately as wns necessary tip time creek Pre sently he came to the crossing of a road Ho drew himself up on to it und looked around As a scout he had lung been accustomed to keep his mind fixed ou points along tho Paths ho traveled in order thut hu might know them again As soon ns he saw the little hrhleIlltculled n bridge ho knew that he ram on tho Chattanooga pike over which he had passed u few days before mill nt tho junction of tho creek running near the Patios plantation Mltrk hud not considered what ho would do III case hu should succeed in getting wifely cross the river While in jail ho felt that once out rand across tho Tennessee he would feel assured of safety Now this hind been accent plished hu began to realize that but unit the buttle had been won Indeed there reofnkellUnion loses He wrung tie water from his clothes put them on shielding his face with his sunbonnet for though he had no mirror to inspect his features ho fancied they oust be streaked with burnt cork softened by water Then setting out toward Use Fiiln plantation ho delib crated what ho should do It woauow between eleven and twelvo oclock O Mark judged by the moon ticing on the meridian und he knew that till time Fains were asleep He reached tau torncr of the yard mitt was about to enter it when ho hearth a clat tering of hoots behind him He had hardly time to vault tho fence and crouch behind it when a troop of horsemen crossed the bridge over the creek They drew rein on thielilth ur side not a hun dred yards away from Iim Mark heard a voice Lieutenant take ten men und scour tho bank of the river from this on to the next creek where I will make another detail Time lieutenant with his men broke away from tho column which moved forward passing within fifty feet of where Murk lay crouching Mark was for n few moments com pletely overcome by tint iiarrowness of his escape thut ho geemeu to have no power to move If he Jind been five minutes later his capture would have lieu almost certain for they would likely have discovered him between time road and thu rioter which space they were evidently intending to scour He got up and getting onthe outside of thu fence walked beside portiouof it which led back from the road design ina to nutnr thoPhiTO ouartera iu tho rear no reared that the flogs were loose in tho yard and tint ho would have trouble with them ho therefore stole along till ho carne to tho nearest point to ono of the negro cabins A dog sleeping in tho moonlight near tho house gave n low moan Mark paused moment nod listened then entering tho grounds ho walked in a stooping posture keeping one of the cabins be tween him and tho dog lIe wanted to reach the rear door Mark felt assured that nnleaa ho naild bo concealed in somo plncowheju sour ers would not be likely to intrude lu would be lost Ho well know that every foot of ground within five or ten miles of Chattanooga would be alivowitli pie hunting for him Tho negro cabins would not be safe for no soarfhiiiK party would respect them There wns hilt ono chance for him Ho must effort an entrance into the Fain house until that with the knowledge us to Isis tnie character of but one person Liuni Fill Ho reached tho negro cabin and knocked Who dnrr Whnr Uncle Danl sleep Aex1 to do hero TO BE COHTUfCID J Nntnrnl Anxiety Mothers regard approaching winter with uneosinesH children take cold so easily No disease costs moro littlo lives than croup Its attack is so sudden that the sulTeror is often bo yond human aid before the doctor ar rives Such cases yield readily to One Minute Cough Cure Liquifies the mucus allays inflammation re moves danger Absolutely pnfo Aetn immediately Cures coughs colds grip bronchitis all throat and 1m g trouble P S McMahon Hampton Ga A bad coldrendered me voice loss just before an oratorical contest I intended to withdraw but took Ono Minute Cough Cure It restored my voice in time to win the medal For sale by East End Drug Co Necessary Expenses for Twelve Weeks School Persons who board themselves can spend sr much or little u they choore on living expenses It pays to have Utile extra raoncjrforlwt urea boob and other tblug But the ncccwuirir expenses are only ai follows To pay the lint dRY LAmES HAM HALL School Incidental Fee 6160 II 60 Ex t Hospital Fee 2S 3f petit etc about 2 00 2 neucral Deposit 100 FiirnWieil Room fuel 126 First Months Board 6 ou 6 00 LIving UExTopdstyydudagthetcrmr 60 Beginning M Mo Board 5 00 S pa Begtnnlug Sd Mo Board 6 00 500 2SIO 2S 0 I Genl Deposit returned 100 loo Total Kxpnnne 12 Peeks 87 60 27 For those below A Orammar deduct the ti for boob and SI from Incidental fee making the total only eg45e- whml four girls room together ouch saves 12 or maroon room and fuel making the total only S33no It rla Msl below A hammer loom and fuel cost one dollar more in the Winter term Two rooms for honsckccplng with stoves etc can usually be rented for from ft to a term The price of a bug calf n little tanbark of a few lionieiipaii beilrovmn will Riven terns of school which will huge onci whole life for the butter A WeakStomach Indigestion Is often caused by overeating An eminent authority says the barm done thus exceeds that from the excessive use of alcohol Eat all the good tool you want but dout over load the stomach A weak stomach may refuse to digest what you eat Then you need a good digestant like Kqdol which digests your food with out the stomachs aid This rest and the wholesome tonics Kodol contains soon restore health Dieting unneces Barf Kodol quickly relieves the feel ing of fulness and bloating from which tome people suffer after meals Absolutely cures Indigestion Kod l Natures Tonic OOOhealQTAIl Three Years in Richmond And out of all the sots of tooth that have been made at my ofhtt if there is ono sot or any sots that show any defects I will make a now set free We are making list best sot of teeth in the world for 750 and if defects show in lye years we give you a new set fron This applies to all the teeth I have made or am going to make the best alloy fills in the world at 75 cents DR HOBSON Dentist Permanently located in tho Hobsoi Building next door to Qov eminent Building Richmond Kentucky Reference Richmond National Bank Special Price to Stu- dentsTeCitizen FIFTY CENTS A YEAR I i THE CITIZEN Dont Use- Spectacles Unless you need them and if you iiso them bo sure thoy fit your needI will give thorough examination with the above instrument FRISK or IIIAROK which alwnyn indicates the correct glasses to uso 11 you dont need glasses I will tell you so TeA Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main Street Richmond Ky u n Ur1 Lurk of An Klltor For two years all efforts to cure Eczema in the palms of my hands fniledwrites Editor H N Lester of Syracuse KnnTJ thou was wholly cured by Bucklons Arnica Salve Its the worlds last for Eruptions Sores and all skin diseases Only 2oe at East End Drug Co- sCENTRAL n KENTUCKY AND- MADISON a MONUMENTALWORKS Head stones urn monu ments and marble and gran ito work of all kinds Prices governed by quality of material Prices reasonable Only firstclass work done I Allwork guaranteed GOLDEN FLORA r RICHMOND Ky Comoro Main and Collins Streets 2M3 unStricken Wllh IlirulyU- Henderson Grimolt of this place was stricken with partial paralysis and completely lost tho use of one arm and side After being treated by an eminent physician for quito a while without relief my wife recom mended Chamberlains Pain Balm and after using two bottles of it ho is almost entirely cured GEO R MC DONALD Man Logan county W Vat Several other very remarkable cures of partial paralysis have been effected by the use of this liniment It is most widely known however as a cure for rheumatism sprains and bruises Sold by S E Jn Farm for Sale One Mile West of Panola Madison County Ky i Containing about one hundred and seventylive 175 acres of good graz ing or corn land well watered about twentyfive 2f acres of good timber oak hickory maple etc good bear ing orchard of tipples poaches pears etc good sixroom dwelling with good spring neur the door stable and corncrib with sheds and outbuildings l t Will be sold as a whole or in tracts to suit purchasers Pur price terms etc address Thomas MillionRichmond Ky Or call at the farm r ilau Illll AOKNTS MAKK u 1000 Daily JCrnfon Portraits 45c Family fee ords 5c Memorials 5c each Pic taro Frame size 10x20 Ific and up Big catalogue free FRANK W WILLIAMS CO Department B Ctiuaao ILL Furly Penn Torture t To be relieved from a torturing dis I ease after 40 years torture might well cause the gratitude of anyone That is what DoWitts Witch Hazel Salvo dill for C Hanoy Geneva 0 He says DoWitts Witch Hazel Salvo cured mo of piles after I had suffered r iO years Cures cuts burns wounds t Hkiu diseases Beware of counterfeits For sale by East End Drug Cot Ouu PnciuuM SEWINO MACHINE jells good as you can get from any agent for FIPTV DOLLARS and you can get it without costing you any money at all I I X NNNNNNNLNNLNNHNNHN111NNNi LOCAL AND PERSONAL j N WNNN NNNNNN N N NNINNN BEST BREAD at Bicknoll it Enrlj Mason Anglin of Clear Creek was ill town Tuesday L W Johnson has moved to tho Star Hotel Tom Baker of near Wildie was on our streets Tuesday Miss Carrie B Woods has been on n visit to friends in Lancaster Asa Parks has purchased n now buggy Young ladies tako notice Miss Vesta Spencer of Windsor Conn came Fridny to enter College C M See is painting tho residence of Mason Anglin on Clear Creek That Sowing Machine Free offer on second page ought to set some girl to work Wm Hays and family of Wood lord county urn hero for the winter amid are nt P J Pnuloys Dont delay Tako advantage of Our Premium Offers on second pogo Thoy may not bo open long The address of Raymond W On borne is fil Prospect street New Hav en Conn Laying tho stono for the founda tion of tho Mens Industrial building commenced Monday Miss Bertha Johnson returned Sun day from a visit of two months to her sister Mrs Nettle Baker Tho new instruments for the Band have arrived and we will soon be treated to some good music Mrs Lena Harrison returned iron a visit to her children at Hamilton 0- For fresh Graham Flour new corn menlll1l1lsllipptllstulT go to Sharps millMr end Mrs C L Hanson ex pect to arrive Thursday They will be domiciled at Mrs A E Todds Wright Kelley was on White Lick Saturday Ho has rented his farm for another year for n cash rent of S600 Subscribers who have taken nd voutngo of ourCl Biblo Offer nro greatly pleased with tho fine Bible they received Miss Lizzio Mooro tho elevenyear old niece of Mr and Mrs S J Mc Comas is ill from fever at tho Hospi tal Potts it Duerson of Whites Sta tion are offering n premium for tile three largest oars of corn grown this- season Rev C M Baker class of Beren 91 has changed his field of labor from New Victory 0 to Liberly Con 0Mrs Jennie Fish has boon appointed nnd qualified as Administratrix of A T Fish deceased E T Fish security with power of attorney- B R Robinson W F Kidd and 1 C Davis have boon appointedap praisers of the estate of A T Fish Lizzio and Ella Howard of Harlnn county came Saturday to en ter school They are domiciled at Gilbert Cottage Rev J L Sturgill was reappoint ed by his conference to the College Hill circuit and will preach at Wal lace Chapel next Sunday To tho members of tho Baptist church Dont forget time special meeting for tonight at tho church with Bro Moody Tho Parish House is being plaster ed and having tho windows put in Tho roof is of cypress shingles of u very superior grade There will Ira a public sale nt tho residence of II K Richatdson on Walnut Meadow uvo Berm Satur day October 18 at 10 a m Carrying concealed weapons fc a misdemeanor and throwing banana pool or fruit skins on the sidewalk ought to bp a felony ThonrlicloPohtics and Favoritism in Public School Matters ou our first page is wellworth your careful road hug Take a look at tho Quarterly State went of the Borea Banking Co on first page and soe what you think of this showing for a yearold bank Prof J W Diiismoro and party who aro on a lecture tour iutho mOil II tains sent TilE CITIZEN nn interesting letter on their travels Read it on second pate in tho Schoolcolumn Miss Dora Viars daughter of T C Viars til Scaffold Cane died Fri day Oct 2 of typhoid fever aged 21 years A sister to Miss Viars is very ill with feve- rMadotoorder clothes fit and look boat J J Branaman has a fine line of samples from Strauss Bros Chi 1 ago and will bo glad to tako your moos nro Mrs Katharine B Burchard a teacher of tho Calhoun A M A school Calhoun Ala cane Monday for a visit to the College Mrs Bur chard loft for Calhoun yesterday On Sept 27 Clabo Adams look three ears of corn to Potts it Diierson of Whites Station that weighed six Ih70ZH Two of them measured 15 inches in length and one 12J inches long Walter Turner whoso Gonoral Upholding nil in ou our first page is a good conscientious workman Tho Editor land him work over n box spring hair mattress It was done in a workmnnliko manner On Friday night about 7 oclock n lire broke out at tho residence of David Holtzclnw in tho Elder mIdi tion caused by n kerosene lamp Tho fire was promptly extinguished and little dnmngo done T C Viars of Scaffold Cane let n stalk of cabbage stand over last win ter this spring it grow Itfreshamid blacksmith Dalton says ho counted 1U now heads from the old stalk from tho size of a mans head down Tho sale of tho Joints Hurt farm on Silver Creek ndvertized to tako place at Richmond last Monday October Ii way post onod to Saturday October 2Sj at 2 p m The sale will be on the premise to hr sold Tho annual election for school trustees was held Saturday afternoon In District No colored Rev Goo Good loo was elected for three years In District No 11 white dames Am brose was elected for n like term Six quart tin pail 10 cents Three cakes tar soap Ii 1oUrOIttHORllm01li1l lIaltR 10II All first quality goods lit Tilt TEN CENT STORE next door to postotlice Richmond Ky Next Saturday will bo a big day at Beren The Democratic uomiiio for congress will speak at 2 p tun The State College football team and the Beren College team will meet on tho gridiron nt fl p m amid Sheriff Wngejs will try to collect taxes all day W B Harris late of Mote line en gaged in the real estate businens with H q Cone at Hamilton 0 Mr Harris says toll the Boron boys that allY- timo they are in Hamilton ho will tako pleasure in helping them to find work Ills address is 124 North Wa ter street HELP WANTKDF F nnd G C Hall former Berea students now operate a Mail Order Business the only ono of tho kind in tho U S For free prico list and information ndl dress C F Hall Co iarH7 W Adams street Chicago 111 Aor Berea references given if desired Tho laws of tho State of Kentucky require that n State Bank hold in ro servo in cash Iii per cent of thoir total deposits which would bo fIJiHl 11 required of tho Heron Bank Instead ol this they have in cash on hand and in other banks SJlfi HO or moro than double tho amount required by law Tho football game on Saturday promises to be a good on a Tho Stato College boys aro gentlemen ni are tho Boron boys and wo can expect clean playing Lot us all go and encourage tho players Tho entrance price is only 15 cents Heros hoping for good weather and success for ou team NMNNINNLN NNNN1 N1NNN N I CORRESPONDENCE i 1N NtNNf NN NNNNN Persons wishing to rout houses Beroa for the winter should apply to Treasurer Osborne without delay MASON COUNTY MAYSVILLE Mm Sallio Marshall has gone to Chicago to visit her daughter Mrs Ida Mao Warder Miss Annie Hopper is quite sick at her aunts Mrs Lizzio Mundy on E Third Street Little Lizzie McAllister of tho East End line been sick for a week or so with something like tho fever Miss Mary G Britton an ex teacher of this city visited hero Saturday and Sunday Jessie King and Charlie Washington have boon indisposed during tho past wOJkTho pupils of tho first nUll second primary depart monts were taken out by their teach ors Thursday afternoon for na ture Btudy They gathered flowers made geographical features in tho stream of water played games and quito an enjoyable time was sp nt I was a fine day for tho occasion Miss Fraukie Whaley entertained Frida evening in honor of her guest Miss Sallio Oldham Those present wero Misses Bessie and Frances Strawder o I Nannie Wood Sallio Oldham Ado Daugherty Messrs George Hiutoti Eugene Cant John Jordon and Ar thur Whaley A very enjoyable tlmo was spent ROCKCASTLE COUNTY CONWAY Mr nnd Mrs S linker of Kirks villo era visiting nt tho latter par ents Mr and Mrs R M Johnstons Mrs1 JI Sigmoml and children are visiting tho family of A Jones near DenIIM It Jones and t S Berry worn in MU Vernon Monday on business J M Nave was looking after his Copper Creek interests Mon tinyDied on Sunday Oct fi at 10 a m Mary LeojDyko ago years only daughter of Mr nUll Mrs Jesse Dyke alters weeks Illness front sear let fever Burial in Richmond cemo try Monday nt 2 p ntMr W B Sigmond our school teacher has tile missed school for an Indefiuito time owing to the presence of scarlet fever in our midst31 L Koltou made n flying trip to Richmond Monday Dr amid Mrs Lewis of Wildie won visiting in our village Sunday after noonblr and Mrs Slim Johnston Jr of near Boron woro visring fein tins here Sunday dipt Smith of Wildie Itought of M Carter on Cop per Creek n boundary of white oak timber and will work it into sawed staves and haul to this plco to load Married on Monday night Tim Todd tit Miss Lizzio Saylor MADISON COUNTY VALLEY VIEW At our school Miss Added PliMpR leach r while tho boys hire playing ball Wednesday aft rnoon n dog ho longing to Mr Golden living near tho schoolhonse lit Leo Harris Taylor on the mina Through fctu nf hydropho hit the l oy was taken ton tend stone but it did not stickRev J W- Ho our sow pastor priiichwt at the A M E church Sunday morning and night A good congregation was prevent Missed Bewie logic and Eddie Revnolds visited their parents on Jolly Ridge Saturday nnd Sunday Mrs James Williams entertained a largo party Friday night There will be nn entertainment at tutu A M E church Saturday for time bene fit of tho lllInhA number of our people attended County court Mon dayTho entertainment given Satur day night by Miss Addull Phelps and her pupils was n great success WALLACETON Miss Sallie Cado is very sick at this writing with typhoid Mrs Rachel Duck of Shelby City is tho guest of her hrother Mr David McCollom Mr David McCollom nud wife sail sister Mrs Duck paid n flying visit to friends in Richmond last Saturday and Sunday Mrs Duck and Miss Sarah Lawson were tho gucsls of Mrs S E Welch Sunday Oct fiA protracted meeting will begin at Wai lace Chapel this coming week The excitement incident to travel lug and change of food mid water of ten brings on diarrhoea and for this reason no ono should leave homo without n bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera anal Diarrhoea Reme dy For sale by S E WELCH JR WHEN TO FIND PEOPLE Do Business at Business Hours Many people waste their time and notrtimid out or remember Limo appoint ed tiiucH when they can do business with tho various College officers So tako uotico Every College olllcor IH ready hertciiHco except the President ininicilintoly after Cliapel at Olfi in tho inorulng Tho Irfsldcnt can ho ncou hctweeu 1100 and llilO n in upstairs in tho Administration Building Besides this there are evening nf ternoon ollico hours as follows Treanurnr Administration Build ing 31ft 1TO except Tuesdays and Thursdays Secretary Administration Build ing 11fiJIIOnxccpt Mondays and Saturdays Dean of Women Ladies Hall 1001 JO Mondays and Fridays Assistant Dean of Prepar story Dept Primary Building 100130 Hnpt of Hospital Hospital 100 1JKI Tlmt Tlirublilni lleiiilurhe youtThousands of fiullernrs awn proved madyblood and build up your health On 25 coats Money back if not cured Sold by Drug Co TSome Coffeesare Glazed with n cheap coating If glazing helps coffee f why arent the high priced Mochas and Java glazed als- oLion Coffee perfectlydelicious flavor rfetlu4e atwNr Cur The East End Drug Company On Villa from Pure neisumtily Soils Drugs and Medicines cheaper you can them in other in Eastern Kentucky Wo aw headquarters for Kino Shelf IreMi Cream Soda Water Etc money by buy ing of us solicit your patronage and see UN A Pettus C C Proprietor FENNERS KIDNEYand Backache KldnejriBladder acbeIlesrWtseaaetravel Dropsy Female Troubles Dont become discouraged There li a cure rot If mvwmry write lU rVunrr tie kaput a time curing urh caMsaayuurl Allcoimiltuiloiu Your e jr anti llacwiuhu Iuro boa eu1VI two very hail CnMN aICIIlIf our rutlix IIIITII the jKint year whin the UtxMnr hull Clvcn up J L8TIMIX Viodlaudla lIultlldA sa II k furOnok Free STVITUSDANCE CURE Sure Uure Ilreular l r Primer arawas No Hair 1 My halr was falling out very and was greatly alarmed I then tried Ayers Hair Vigor and my hair stopped falling at once Mrs G A McVay O The trouble is your hair does not have life enough Act promptly Save your hair Feed it with Ayers Hair Vigor If the gray hairs are beginning to show Aycrs Hair Vigor will restore color time sea l laid All 4railtU If jour drucelit rannnt Mllespreasend us awn stud Ne you a bottl Itoiaraaiwl gitetbe of your nntIm AddrrH J C A VKIt IX tell M- auCommissioners Sale Floyd Kidd Admit Jan M Hart Tiff las Harts lira and Crd Do Notice of Sale in Equity By virtue ofnJudgmentantiOrder- of Sale of the Circuit Court nt tho Septoml er Term therooCttOO in the nbovn cause will on Saturday October 25 02 at 2 p m on the promises proceed to expose to PUBLIC SALE to the highest bidder tho following describ ed property viz A Certain Tract of Land tho waters of Silver Crock in ison county Ky known as the Jar tract and IlJrWilliam Adams homestead Pleas vor Creek Juno Armstrong Kin caid tract etc containing 58 acres mote or less 2nd Also another tract of land in Madison county on tho waters of Silver Creek called the Kincaid tract and Wm Adams tho heirs Branch the 11 sold Wm Adams to John Kincaid Juno Armstrong the Jarman tract etc and containing 38 acres moro or loss The o two tracts will bo offered sep arately and thou as n whole and the bid producing mot money will bo accopted1KUAfSSalo will bo made on equalIyto give bond with for the payment of the purchase mon oy to have the force and effect of judgment bearing legal interest Croml- ctny of sale with a lieu reserved upon said property until all the purchase money is paid S E SCOTT Master Commissioner Madison Circuit Court September 17 1902 r il r Ac will save Life By inducing you to use Dr Kings New Discovery For Consumption Coughs and Colds The only Guaranteed NO Guru NO Pay Your Drug gist will warrant It- ABIOLUTELY CURES Grip Influenza Asilnnn Bronchitis t Whooping IoiiRli Imtunonla or any Affection of tho Throat and Lungs TRIAL UOTTLES FREE Siso 00 cents and 10A Main Street Berea prescriptions Drugs Patent than buy any town Groceries Fruits Ice You nave Wo Cull L Rhodus Pharmacist DR jut IUdll Hook FrrdontaNV fast Alexandria every dllar against fondants Madison rendered On Mad man boutlded tho bounded by Walker tract acres by tho This your Regular I Canvasser Wanted INKIpuhliidied weekly at live tenchesIchIrtiAing nlll l ill highly chtcemrd by the most Hticccftfiil IIrhMO in this country nnd Grout Britain LilHtrnl com mmsion allowed Address IMtlNTKItM INK Ill Nirurr SI New Vork tek Out Knr lever Biliou ni fui anti liver disorders at this season may lx prevented by cleansing the svctom with JulttLittle Early Risers Tluo fniuoui little pills do not gripe They move the bowels gently limit copiously nnd by reason of thus tonie properties give tone mud strength to the glands For sale by East Iud Drug Co r CAUSE For thn- tMillionaire n Feeling wear dollies mad tu your exact meas ure by- STRAUSS BROS Good Ttvllore t r 23 vear- aCIIICAG0 You fool lull delft in them Near ly BOO pcwt torn to 11- 10loct from Satisfaction guaranteed See the complete line lit the store of EFFECT I r J J BilANNAMAN v 1 k n hr t A Tjrplrnl Stalk Afrlrnii Slur 0 R Larson of Bay Villa Sun dtys River Capo Colony conducts n store typical of South Afripn at which can bo purchased anything from time proverbial needle to nn author This store is situated in a valley nine miles from tho nearest railway station and about twentyfive miles from the nearest town Mr Larson RnysIII ain favored with tho custom of farm OB within a radius of thirty miles to pberlninsremofUos value in a household whore a doctors advico is almost out of question Within ono mile of my store tho pop ulation in perhaps sixty Of those within tho past twelve months no less than fourteen have hoes Absolutely cured by Chamberlains Cough Rom sly This must surely bq n record For sale by S E WELCH JR i