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REV JOHN DODWELL Editor and Publisher Kntfrttl at tt foiteflet at Jlerta Aya itromt elnti mara motter I VOL IV A Family Parr BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY OCTOBER 21 1902 Fifty cents n year NO IM IIDEAS My Fnllior wnrketh hitherto and I work Thu luau who dospmos labor do 1I spines God and the universe No hand over performed pioco of tuber without u brain to guido it hoPit into our mouths Tho journey from the most wretch rxl barbarism to tho happiest civiliza lion orformcd only by learning how to tlo things TAKE NOTICE Tho subject for next Sunday morn- Ing I nt tho Second church of Christ is Gods Infallibility S Dr J D Moody wilt proach at tho Baptist church Sunday at I n in and 7 101 in Everybody welcome Tin service at 11 a m at the Tab ornaclo will bo conducted by Dr Burgefw Topic God his own Inter preter and he will make it plain FROM THE WIDE WORLD A dispatch from Cairo Egypt re iIsuIH Ili now cases of cholera and H7 deaths A dispatch to El Ll eral from Tan gier Morocco declare that all Euro pane have been expelled from Fez After mvon days bloody lighting till rehtl forts in Vouezuola hnve linen signally defeated losing 8000 men Mr Stanley Spencer has recently i ron 411 over Ixwdon from the Crystal Palace in an airship It in a huge cignr shnped gnu bag weighing liM IMIIIIIIH A bulletin tailed by the United States Geological Survey on the Hub jet of Russian and AmoricHU jwtro leum production says that ninco 1897 Rlinxm hits produced more petroleum than till Visited Stated Last year t the output in Russia was 85000000 barrels and fn America 09000000 I IN OUR OWN COUNTRY- On Sunday last tho city of Wheel ing W Va was set on lire in twelve different places l President Roosevelt has M far ro covered from his hurt ni to walk with out a crutch or n cane Samuel llIIhof Indianapolis limn given 87000 to dilTurunl Presby tense nrtttlrprittH during tho present Niiminer and fall Tho boll strike wan declared olT by u volo of t ho miners october 21 The arbitrattorHOlTered by President Roose tultwent nccoptablu to both parties Bliss of Michigan lass ap Minted Gen Russell A Alger to fill the vacancy in the United States SIn air caused by tho death of Senator McMillan x The Chattanooga Chamber of Com morro charged tho L k N R R with discrimination of freight tariffs against Chattanooga and in favor of Nashville Tim case WAS aired before tho Interstate Commerce Commission Oet3L COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Field Bros Co of Fulton have contracted to furnish Italy 1000000 r pounds of tobacco Mr and Mrs Richard Guthrie of- I celebratedtIn a wreck on the Southern Railway near Lawrencoburg last Satur day ton persons wore severely injured- A store in Mt Olivot was on fire and tho dog of a traveling showman called attention to it by barking thus preventing a great disaster John Martin was sentenced to the penitentiary for life on true HUb iust at Pinovile for the eold blooded murder of Martha White two years ego Earl Whitney and Claude OBrien 19 and 18 years old respectively are doubtless tho murderers of Mr A B China of Lexington and are under arrest I lion James D Black of Harbours villo the latest announced Democratic l candidate for governor has two broth IndIwealthy farmer near Buchanan drew 1000 in currency from tho bank ex potting to buy stock Ho has not loon soon by his friends since leaving tho bank and it is feared Unit ho has vJxMW attacked and is being held in the i hope that a largo sum will booffered rzy for his rolonso L11L T u THE CITIZEN CORNERSTONE ORATION Mens Industrial Building of Berea Col loge Oct IB 1902By Mr Julian Rilph Julian Itnlph wu tarn In Sew York city Ma 37 lilt Utlier w I r Jwjli Mph KniclMi mock awl liln mother wm halln ilaliiiiifjf of KimlhliIrMi parentage He wa gradlutedfrnm the grsmmarMhorduttldrtrrn- Iro young In ruler CillrC mil Will went to bundling cheat but olilillinl the brit of early Huratlon AI a putters ipprtntlce ttVMilrrn he wan local nlltor of Jic tin Han IS J Natulartl at rlghlteirhr nUMUiicil the llisl tank Leader which felled soul at lilnetreti wu editor ol Ihe Webulrr UIal Tines He re lurnnl to Now York to become reporter on the tally onmnre the lIorld and the +an on which lot uamttl journal hr workr l jriiin u ilcwrlpllvf writer and jwclal rnrre onileiit In UM ho went to Knnl rot Ilirpcra 31ega tine lie traveled In China during that conn trjra war with Japan and piiUUhrd a book of fliullri of China 11t1I1le and condition rally Alone In China He afterward tratelrd In IIUMla the I ancauti and India In IWtt ho ea tablltlieil hli home In England and reported Ilia TnrkoClreck war ami the llIIUhIlner war re turoiiiR to America In IWI3 He has written the lollowme lank The 8un Xieriiian liar lr dialect kelthrl OnllnlII Frontier Our Clrv l Wet DUIe ttudjr of our South riilrnKo and the WorM alr Alone In China IVNipIt We las Irlncc IICOrI the lal thrtr lcing llecllon ihort morlei Toward Irctorla An Amerl ran Wllli Innl IUil eni War ItrlxhlerMlde p lion cullnl All Angel In a Web and hl mutt aublllnni work only jutl publUhed tact tar cnlle t The MllllmialrcM He la number of many literary and xiclnl cnlcrlen a Fellow of the Itoyal ncojrraphlcal ftoellty mil haw Ion honored by Mlddlebiiry IWIepe wlh the dearer of Ma lerof Art I have been privileged to hoar something of an unpublished sketch by Irofessor Rogers first principal of tho chool in Beren and learned that whore wo stand there was in those days nothing on this ridge but a thicket of brush A very rude rORdI bisected tho brush and it was like n deep cutting or little canyon because of its walls of jungle a junglo so donso that at six feet distance a per son in hiding could not bo seen from the road We must remember that at this time tho country was up anti aroused against tho fearless Brother I ttlto Monod who struck the rock and brought forth the first gush of tho fountain cf learning at this place Brother Fee preached freedom for truth the whites and this blacks frees don from tho fetters of involuntary servitude for the slaves and from the equally demoralizing enslavement of the minds and souls of tho whites to the institution their fathers had fruit ened upon them The region was up and aroused against Mr Fro as I have said Ho was moblied dragged out of pulpits carried ofT by armed men threatened with the lash and with death Your mind will seize ta mine did tho newest picture of this bit of tho poet =tho dense thicket nUll tho lonely road upon which stood this valiant Mr Fees cottllgl leafing him and it both shining marks in an am buscade made perfect to the hand of the assassin lie walked or rode this walledit trail every day while ho was hero and in that fact wo Find not via greatest hvroism but tho most forci ble and homely illustration of ittho ono which all of us can best under standHe was not murdered maimed or over hurt Why Partly because of his heroism and more because of tho light of his mission which shone in his work his daily life and wo may well believe in his face What miracles tho light of learning the flame wo so aptly picture by the word enlightenment perI forms How marvelous it is Think of it penetrating this thicket on Beroa ridge at the foot of theee mountains in the spirit of Brother Fee and thou growing to light a lantern in the formI of a log schoolhouso presided over by Profes or Rogers and nosy 47 years later grown to be a tremendous searchlight called Boroa College set upon this ridge directedagainst those mountainsand as it wings this way and that throwing its path of ir resistible light into the mountain fastnesses into the humble cabins in to tho very souls and minds of the people Wo boast of the progress of our American people and well we may Having set our own household ia or tier by a civil contest that settled our internal differences and by the suc cessful establishment of every known means for developing our prodigious resources we have by a needed stroke of war promoted human wol faro in near and distant lands and notified to all tile world that wo menu to load in bearing our share of what my friend Rudyard Kipling calls CONTINGCU ON PAGE 2 M I u BEREA LYCEUM COURSE The many inquiries in regard to the Lyceum Course for this coming winte- render proper a full ounouncemcut aa attractionj byI numlrarfl Those include two persons werkor whom tho man ger of tho Course has soon and heard and two so em phatically indorsed by those who have heard theta that tho Course maybe- expected to be ono of the hURt wo ever have had Following aro tho names and dateRI Saturday Dec 18Miss Katharine Egglnfcton tho charming reader and JMondavthe orator from the Black Hills Monday Fob 2Phil Hunter ihe Buckeye Wizard with his company oiMonday Feb 23Milton W Brown in many places called tho greatest or ator in their course Monday Mrroii 15 Ralph Pmlette ono of the most irresistibly funny men of tho present generation Wo are able to give our people thin above magnificent Course at about half the admission fee charged in most places viz Season tickets j children under twelve 50c single ad mission 25tf and 15c unless it bo till cfdul to charge moro for tho Phil Hunter troupe Cut out this announcement for ref erotica L V DOINIC Berea Ky Oct 15 1002I I Fancy Roller Crushed Our GOLD ihard beat is Station UseISpectacles ypu neecf them and you uso thorn bo aura Ioy your needI will give thorough examination with the above Vifstriimeut FREE OF CIIAROE which always indicates the glasses to use II you dont rood glasses will toll you so TI Ae Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main Street Richmond Ky Berea Chemi Laboratory am prepared to make sanitary andmiunrnl analyses of water Sanitary analysis determines whether or not water is wfo to drink E W TODD Beroa Ky Chemist A LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAILROAD 1902rrillsrh Train 0 Daily s Leave Berea11 tiO a Arrivo Richnlond1210 am Arrivo Paris 815 p m 00lpm ItllyeLeave Bores 122 p m Arrivo Livingston218 pm IJw Stephens Ticket Agent Farm for Sale On Scaffold Cane one and half miles from Conway at the forks of the Richmond and Mt Vernon Roads Convenient to School and Church Containing about 50 acres no acres cleared fairly well fencedenough timber for fuel and feuciugfor many years nevef failing springs with hy draulic ram good young orchard of a hundred bearing trees goodsix room dwelling good ben ituid outbuildings n atorn chcnpi good location etc Will sell fur cash Apply to IC M See Berea Ky LWr TilE CITIZEN Office Orrnt Inck An Kill or For two years all elicits to euro i Eczema in the palms of my hands failedwrites Editor H N Lester of Syracuse Kan then was wholly cured by Bucklens Aroma Salvo Its tho worlds best for Eruptions Sores and all skin diseases Only 2T c at East End Drug CoV m u r0 r I i Madison County Roller Mills I 1111111111 i Manufacturers Flour I Corn Meal Ship Stuffs Corn Etc I DUST Roller Floor will be i to f another Excellent FlourIt flIi4IiII i Potts Duerson i Whites Ky i Dont Unless if fit correct I College cal I in a or MONUMENTS Urns Headstones Statuary Granite and Marble e Work of all kinds done in a workmanlike manner at rea sonable prices and with dispatch All work guar anteed by I GOLDEN FLORA RICHMOND Ky Corner ol Main and ColllvffSlrccUi YFarm for Sale One Mile West of Panola Madison CountyKy Containing about ono hundred and seventyfive 175 acres of good grazing or corn land well watered twentyfive 2f acres of good timber oak hickory maple etej good bear lug orchard of apples peaches pears etc good six ronn dwelling with good spring near the door stable and corncrib with sheds and outbuildings Will be sold as a whole or in tracts to suit purchasers lrprice terms etc address Thomas Million Richmond Ky Or call at the farm rl100J Olllt AC1KNTS L1 K I 1000 Dally Crayon Portraits o Family lice ords fie Memorials Ho each Iic turn Frame size 16x20 Ific and up Big cataloguefreo FRANK W WILLIAMS CO DupartmputB CHICAOO ILL i i- An Weekly Devoted to the Interests of THE HOME FARM SCHOOL 50 A YEAR I IIII- OVERCOATS 111 I 111B Independent 1111111111111101 verylargechoice coats to choose stylebythat fit look right and wear fljht If you want a cheap coat we have it as low as eleganceitsAnd a great assortment of extra ls at 8 10 J250 15 and 18 An early visit will profit you I Ojitfittm COVINGTON for Men and Boys BANKS Richmond Kentucky JIMMMMMMMM I I I 1 +N 1 H111111 I HAVING TilE LARGESTI will for tho next f0 lays sell any saddle in the shop at 10 per cent reduction Prices Low Quality guaranteed T J MOBERLY RICHMOND KY Successor to J T McClintock Main St Opposite Court House DR WLE JONES g Dentist c OfficeRear Mrs Fishs Millinery Store Office DaysThursday Friday and Saturday of each week We mil attention or our BIren frionds to tho new Furniture now on sale at our largo store We incite you to make yourself at homo nt jqiLlNS whether buying or not your friends hero anti consider this your headquarters PICTURE DEPT Day Phone Night Phone CENTS IIA SADDLES STOCK OFISheetsStraw RicEilARNOLD RICHMOND KY Shoes Hats Gents Furnishings agentsinRichmond n i1NewSlrheQuality getatl Mattings and Carpet Stook already I arriving I Mouldings in Fashions Latest Dictates always carried and framing neatly done UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY i 73 47 66 f f JO Sa JOPLIN Richmond Ky IGeneral Upholsteryt NON t I If your mattress needs remaking or your couch recovering ot four v FURNITURE RENOVATING AND REPAIRING shall ho glad to call and give an honest estimate of what it will cost you Work guaranteed Prices reasonable NNNNN r Address Walter Turner Box 228 Boron Ky or care of Supt C A King r N ON1NmNNNH Douglas rutcherIt have a fine line of Spring and Sum= mer Shoes They enjoy showing you their goods f v SEE THEIR LATEST i IN OXFORDSeeiN- kNNNN J1 i4 r t- t w THE CITIZEN CORNERSTONE ORATION Con the white mans burden But whatI is the leaven of tho mass we call America 7 What is the force which has made us what we nre7 Tho Kuroponns seeing nothing so plainly us tho bar that hinders them declare that wo are unique in our force ener gy and initiative because of the op portunity they do not possess which is equality or as we say democracy We too could do and be all things tho loaders of their masses bay if wo had popular liberty To see the fault in this argument raise your eyes but a little strain thorn not at nil and look at theso mountains beyond us where our work of education is butI just beginning Look into tho val leys between yonder beautiful earth and rock heaps and there aeo how tau from true it is that all that men need is liberty and equality Hero ill an inland mountain empire part of eight states larger than all Now England Our bravo and proud brothers on those hills have fiver prizedand ever possessed tho widest liberty in our land As for fraternity are they not of the same blood us tho purest anti oldest stock in tho land have they not shown themselves our brothers sons of our national Mother Liberty in the eagerness with which they have l rushed to fight for her and for all of us from tho dark days of Valley Forge to tho brilliant day of San Juan Hill and these patient hours of the Philippine purgation But what hare they contributed to I our progress Take any of its phases science art commerce inven tion discovery the conquest of great t problems in engineering in building in labor savingwhat have they done or are they doing to brighten Americas glory in any of these fields Nothing absolutely nothing You of the hardy brave and proud old mountain stock who are listening to mo you know your own splen did record in war Your forefathers were mighty at Cowpens and Kings Mountain in the Revolution their Hone fought with Winfield Scott in Mexico neon from this settlement carried the flag to the top of Lookout Mountain In peace you are all hone est workers independent owners and tillers of tho soil asking no odds or help of anybody But you leave not been statesmen inventors engineers builders leading the world in the paths of light and progress Why is this since you have Liberty and Equality It is because you have not hall opportunity you have not hat a chance What is this chanco you lack AllI of us know who do not lack it It is Education And what is education TI It comes from holding ones mind r down to study It means knowing things It is living in the light livei ing so that we can see all around usI and can roadthe secrets of tho rocks and trees and understand all the sim pIer mysteries of nature and of mens souls Is not that a groat thing to- doto live in the light of wisdom Believe mo if you seek tho deepest t most powerful secret of American thegenestandard of enlightenment That is the wonderful thing which we have built upon the top of our democracy Democracy or republicanism makes u good foundation that is all Our liberty cannot truly make us all equals in all respects but when all are educated it does give us the op portunity to do and to be our best This is wha the Europeans are just beginning to diacover The Old World army officers reported the un common intelligence of the private soldier in our army agents of the Old World manufacturers put the same thing first in their explanation of our success Tho government attaches sent lucre by two countries last spring to spy out tho secret oft our strength both stopped in Washington and told our officials that they found our com mon school system tho fountain of our force I am a novico in this new and strorg movement to plant schools whore they aro most needed and I when I think of this part of itthis mountain movement 1 do not call it a generous thing I call it our pone ancu for a national sin Early last spring I was honored by receiving an invitation from that really great phi lanthropist and therefore genuinely modest man Robert C Ogden of New York to become onoof his party on iU tour of certain of the Southern States for investigating tho educa tional needs of the neglected peoples f noting tho beginnings of that grand work for enlightenment in which the North and South have joined hands 1 know before I started that the cola ored people in the South havo been tho beneficiaries of large sums of money andor kindly interest I knew that sonic of this effort had been misspent upon mistaken meth ods that too little of it has been us6d to make the colored rare selfhelpful to teach them prido in work and trades to work at I know thatthe main effort of the Southern Board is in this newer and wiser direction Dull know next to nothing about the work that is going forward sabot ourown white kin in this region Whet I camo to talk with men like tho wise unselfish President ofthis College and heard of the needs of tho People in these mountains I was 1I1II11ltII amazed deeply Inoved anti ashamed Front that day my interest in tho work being done here and in the lowland normal and technical schools for tho whites in Virginia and tho Can1iI nas has outweighed all my interest in every other branch of tho great move mont now going on all over tho South I was ashamed I Hay and if all other Americans are not ashamed II think they ought to be To know that men of tho race of Shakspero Scott Mooro Burns Queen Bess Douglas and Daniel Connell to the number of more than 2000100 are in need of the schools that we onst arc tho bulwarks of our groat ness is something to bring shame to everyone of us To know that urea who bear tho names and blood of Lincoln Patrick Henry Andrew Jackson Clay Sumter Booue scores of the best names in bur hist ryIau guish here for the barest chance to renew the triumphs of those founders and leaders of our nationis not that cause for shame Can wo call it merely generous to helji thu kin oCI Lincoln and of Jackson out of dark ness into light To bo guntrotis argues that wo do more than we need or are obliged to do and as we lanII not toast that in this case wo must call our work hero penance thank God it is penailce backed by true ro peutnnce for a grave si not omission In numbers these pure oltl stock Americans of Scotch and Irish blood and Presbyterian beginning are equal to nearly three per cent of our population and great as their value always has been it is greater than over just now when wo have drained tho Old World of its best and most adventurous blood and are taking iu n loss easily assimilated immigration- Do 1 seem not to have spoken much of Berea College It is not so I have talked of little tllseoC nothing else but ita foul and its work and theso must over bo the true source and measure of its greatness I camo hero upon the invitation of Pros Frost not expecting I hardly know what II did expect butcortninly I had thought it a smaller and cruder seat of loam ing I was surprised for a day at its extent the cost it represented anti the moderuness and completeness of all that I hastily looked over Now at tho end of a throe days visit I sec that largo and strong and excellent as it is it is yet butt beginning It can only do lamely what it aims todo It needs more than it possesses Moro shelter for students better industrial equip ment a chapel now happily in pros poet funds to provide scholarships for the worthy who cnnnot pay oven the very small fees now demanded a stable income from endowments audit needs money besides and beyond all this for immediate outlay money to swing with to canvass the mountain boys and girls in tho faraway fast Tosses to make tho maro go in short uud to make her go at her best gait- I wince every time I hear of a mu nificent donation to some other collegd by any of our very rich men Such gilts verify the forlorn prophecy that to him that bath shall bo given I wish they all know of Berea whore boys and girls starve to gut an educa tion and the Collego starves in giving it Fortunately a very small sum goes an immense way hero anti thoso who aro far from rich can help without feeling their loss I hope every hear er will go away as I shall to urge all who can to help hero where a hundred dollars will give a boy or a girl a yoar of schoolingAs building whoso corner stone laying wenow celebrate il marks a now stop forward in a magnificent program It is n stop taken blindly without money in hand to complete the work but it is taken in full faith nUll confidence CORNERSTONE LAYING One who wltes of tho laying of tho cornerstone of the Industrial build ing should not confine himself to an account of tho exercises on tho ground where time building is to bo erected He needs to take a view of the most striking points of Bereas history from the arrival of the trnm from tho north at 122 p m Friday until tho depar lure of the northbound train nearly twentyfour hours later Tho Hpecinl coach from tho north brought about thirty notable visitors mostly from Cincinnati Several others had como earlier The whole timo of their stay was big with interest for Borea Arrangements had been mado to onablo time visitors to SIt all that wus possible of our surroundings during tho afternoon Carriages and guides didmost effective work Four school classes wore visited tho brickyard farm squads and horticultural exhibits were hastily inspected anti u trip made to time Narrow Gap Hettloinnnt At 130 dinner for tho visitors nut Motile other guests was served nt Ladies Hall The public meeting in tho Tab ernacle set for 800 p in did not be gin in a formal way until past 830 owing to tho lateness of tho trait which brought some forty invited guests from Richmond Tho exorcises were of a varied and delightful character Congregational singing led by Prof Lodwick two superb plantation melodies by sixteen singers two quaint mountain songs by a couple of mountain girls with their spinningwheel and knitting accompaniments gave zest sto tho entertainment President Frost presided in his happy way suiting his remarks to tho successive speakers Rev Dr Thayer of Cincinnati spoke with force ot his army riper ience suit sounded tho keynote of the evening in stirring his him rein to moot and overcome dilficuItitM null make use of tho forces designed for mnn Mr Julian Ralph of Now York tho distinguished Boor war eorro Hpondenl said that publiu speaking was n forth of torture to which ho hall resolved not onuhject himself but ho talked for several minutes most inter estingly Rev Dr Burton of Oak Park III Heron 85 mantle a stirring address speaking of his own experi once in working his way at Boron championing tho manhood platform of time College null saying that with all our industrial education we must riot forgot time regular College course Rev Juts Bond D D of Nashville Tenn class of 91 set forth with force time various advan tages which ho hud derived from Bo ron College Dr 110 Boone super intendent of Cincinnati public schools gave an earnest smith scholarly addretvt in which he fiB II he had found in Boron thosamo advanced mclhodsof iiiHtrue lion which they strove to maintain at Cincinnati On Satunlay morning the visitors were shown various buildings and points of interest The Borer atone exercises proper wore set for 10 n mat tho site of tho building which in to bewliere temporary platform was built and a tent erected President Frost raacjo brief and ape propriate introductory remarks That noble hymn Tho Battle Hymn of tho Republic was lined off to tho audience nud Hung with a will Tho Village Blacksmith was well recited by Mr Wesley B Combs A double muartetto of mimic voices rendered in- line style Keep the Step The era tion for tho occasion was given by our famous visitor Julian Ralph Comment is unnecessary as ids production appears in this issue nearly iu full Prof L V Dodge in behalf of tho College deposited under the orner stone a copper box containing an enumerated listof interesting doe uments The placing of the corner stone tho solid rock below it WM- superintended by Mr C A King Dr G A Burgess in a fervent and eloquent petition invoked the Divine blessing on all that this cornerstone represents The ut once dis persed having enjoyed most impres sive occasion In half an hour tho rain dins duo which was to curry away most of tho special guests CORNERSTONE NOTES All nuliiro smiled upon tho occasion There never was a miller or a bright er moon The Visitors will associate Boron with fair skies and a balmy air Ever since tho cornerstone nu nouncement tho trees have busted to put on their gorgeous robes Tho interest which tho visitors showed in Bereua work anti in tho people here was mosljcheerlug It was greatly to bo regretlod thatI Pros Frost was hoarse and worn but ho filled in every duty with no word of complaint The few words of Prof Dodgo in tho box which contained the records of interest fitted tho oc fusion uo perfectly as the lox itself fitted the cavity in tho rock The efficiency of Prof Mason in marshaling tho carriages of Prof Marsh Mrs Yocum and Mrs Hill in directing tho school visits of Prof Jones Miss Robjuson Miss Douglas Mrs Houg Miss Almy and others in various capacities helped largely toe ward the grand success NNNNN N NI NN 11NNN L THE HOME 1 II NN N N N N SOMETHING FOR HOUSEWIVES TO THINK ABOUT AND ACT ACCORDINGLY All good housokeeiwrs like to Imvo their beds as dainty nnd comfortnble as possible amid when wn considpr that at least onethird of our timo is spout in lend its condition is impor taut from n sanitary point of view Tho best band utmost uxpensivo until teases are those tilled with hair and made in two sections o they tort more easily ha tiellime coil wire springs are comfortable multi iinliko those having a wootlon franc do not be comp n harbor for hugs The good oldtimo fenther beds that our grand smothers thought iiulispeiiHnble nro be coming Bonrce although in HOIIIU lioiiHoholdH they still hold nn honored place Considernblo earn is required to keep a bwl olenu MntlrfiNH rovers UfO u great help They are iiiudo tho size amid shttpw of tho undress nnd just large enough to slip over it Hem both aides of one end multi work six or eight buttonholes in the hem on ono side tutu put the buttons Oil the other to correspond with their This cat Iw taken off and Inuiulcrcd whenever neceNsary nod keep tho mullrt 8K hall QuillH tutu blankets require frf tk nt wntihiugs to keep them clean smith uro sellout neglected us much as the fenther pillow Many hOUlltkttI ers line them for cant chunging tin tick for u now use when it is badly soiled limit seen to have no iden dint the leathers neat cleaning Others thread tie funk IKHOIIHO they du not know how to do it and put it oil front timo to timo A very Him pie and ef feclivo way to wash pillows is to pro unto a strong mids by dissolving Gold duel washing powder in hot water Put it in n washing nmcliine filling it about half full Put ono pillow in at n time and rub vigorously for lifteeu minute Unscrew lime wringer until it is ipiilo loose and nm time pillow through it If it is too largo for tint let two jwrwonH wrini or press tho wader out lUnne Ihroiigh two clear hot waders and hang in tho suede where n brisk breeze is blowing Shako the pillow frequently whilo it is drying This will keep time fyath ers from pnoking and mnku them light nnd lltiffy Feather is IH many be washed in tho same wuy smith nru cleunurlhnu when renovated by stoat Heavy Mnrtwillort npreadH give Iho n Imudsoniu npiwarniico but they nro easily soiled and are hnnl to wash for that reason ninny imam hoiiHekeeM rs prefer Hprendn of light er weight Satin brocndo nud other rich fabrics are not miitnhln for spreads no mailer what OIIPH dr cunmtancivt may bo for frequent washing is absolutely liecoHHnry for anything that is med about the bed B Out a free sample of ChuinlerlainH Slotnnch and Liver Tablets nt S B WKLCII JUH drugstoro Thoy are ensier to take amid moro pleasant In effect than pills Thou their use is not followed br constipation is of ten the case with pills Itegulnrsize lira per box NOT IN ANY TRUST duny IIIWlll tu velatelyglven currenry to rtjM1111 l y mrres1MI11Ibte partlci to IhonUct that THE NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE CO hall entcnil a trust or romliliuitlon we wish ki niwiire tun pubtlc hut ther eta troth In such nIr We Imvo l rfo muiiufucturlnic Irwlnlt iiiiirlilnri for over a quurtcr ofa crnlu ry iiinl haw nlulilUlied a npututlim tot our nH rca unit our llnchlnre that U the envy of all others Our Vrir Home limchln hui never bcrn rivulrd as u ninthly itutchlna It tunili ut thu hcud ofnlt Jlluli badewwtu inuclilm8unii lUiiidnDii IU oirti uivit Tlir Neil hotel J5 tIt onrp rtnllu llifJII tittAHK fifcl U JIarliln on mho market It II Jot noccwury fur tu to niter Intnu tnut loKave our cniM or duty tiny debts III vru Imve noilcbU to Inky We havo never entered Into annllenttonwltl mnuurscturersoflow5rod- chaeptnacldnru lwt ur liiutle to iwll rvgurd ICM of any IntrliKlo inerlU Io not Iw dt 1vlwii when you want UKOWIIIB machine dont rend your money away from mule cull ou n AVtr lout Iteulrr he cue tilt you u Itetter mnclilno fur Ices tliun you can purclunw rUcwhvro If Micro U no dealer near you write red to us THE NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE CO ORANGE MASS Nw York MilrnRo IllHt Ix ul Mo Atlan- tu Cla lulliu1tx Hun Kiuiiclmi Cul SISCO CO Nlcbolasvllle Ky We promiitly obtain U 8 and foreign feorelortoutinttntnblllhtyFu Itowuf ltelllll aecureTRADEMARKS tree book write to for i IlINCOMPETENT TEACHERS A Chief Source of Waste One of tho chief sources of time wnxlo of wheal tummy is the employ inenl of iiuoinpotent timchurx says lime Knoxville Jimrtutl nnd frltntnr This is p rhiip t morn generally Iruo in the spurmly MpnlntHl diHlrids but it in not endued to them It is soot nnd felt also in tho cilion Boards of iHlucntioii nnil school directors huve n grave roHionHibility rioting upon them in this rtwjwcl and no mnu who is fit to hold such n position will up pronch t o work in lintul without find ing it Tho time of the school chil urea is too precious to bo wasted in attending upon instruction nt the liniidH of those who know little of till rwponnibility that rests upon them nnd who perhaps do not cnn to know It sometiiiuH tnkeji longer to unlearn that which m fallacious bought by nil incompetent timelier than it did to imbibe time fnlHO notioim thnt ere to bo unlearned THE TEACHER The Kind That Succeeds No liixy tumult or Voman or ono who tints not love lo instruct has uny bun iut in tho Hchoolroom n teacher sny8 the Biblical Itrtunlrr Tin par oats nwnl to know thn teurher to whom they are nnktHl to entrimt their childnm anon limit teacher iniinl INI tilde to show hiiunelf worthy of thnt trust The teacher ohotild cultivate the niont friendly relntioim townnl tutu puronln and children of time district hy visiting them in their LOIIIM tad inducing Ihom to visit the school Thu parents should IHJ impruMmHl with time idea tlmt tho school in theirs being run nn ex ptrt mannger or lonelier in their in lorettl end for time benefit ofltheir chi tlnMi Tie teacher lit dispel lbs ides lint the school in bsimg taught for the money thero w iu it and it iloen not make allY dilTereuce how till lime paHNM HO hu does not teach too long nnd tho voucher ia made out in good order Onium l tntdrl- Mothers negnnlnpproachiog winter with uwnninesH children take cold no easily No dlHonHO costs moro little liven than croup Its attack iii f o sudden that the MilTeror ill ollen Iw yond human aid before tho doctor ar rives Such cnseM yield readily to Ono t mute Cough Clue Lioiiidex the IIIIICIIH allays inllammntion rn inovw danger Absolutely into Acts immedintely Curra toughs colds grip bronchitiH all throat situ lurg Iroulile F S McMahon Hnmpton On r A had cold renderetl the voiceless just beforn nn oratorical contest I intended to withtlrnw hut look Ono Minute Cough Cure Itnwtonx my voice In time to win tho mcdnl For l sale by Fast Iud Drug Co IT FARM fj1111 HARROWING THE SOIL The Finer the Soil the Better Are fed t the Roots of PUnts It is natural for the toil to become compact Tho rains assist In bring fug the purticltv together while the trampling of limo iinimalH and even tutu pressure ofllieulmoHphore ivtmiht Clay soils urn more mibject to this agglomeration titan soils Unit urn steely and frequently tho noil Ixconun NO hard that during n dry Renmiu nven t ho plow ciiimot ho lined to loonen it Plants cat dulyuitlm difficulty Irate n soil that hUH IHHMI plowed if tho plowing was nut done just previous to planting time sled mil it in therefore nemmnry for tho growthof the plant that the soil mule loonn awl also kept in tint condition throughout thoHeoHon By loowilng the soil the nutrition in rendered more available to plants nnd tinny mv cure more inoiHlure and warmth Tim llbroim roots of plant do not irate clods IIIMICH tho timer tho soil tho more evenly t lao roots range Plowing and burrowing lit not informed in order to simply break nnil loosen mho soil hilt nlno to pulverize It sad lifiHontlituiumlxrof clxn SOUljsoils cuii IK no IOOMMIM that in n time they will settle hut mich laud t can IK improved with thu roller Till t humming of tho soil abseunm tat tdttel Ihnt is KoiiietimrH overlooked whiclm in thu utixiugof thnNoil Wlieie there hUH MI nccnimilutlon of j huinim nnd the lower soil Inns bwu brought near tho mi r font by plowing tho harrow mixt time top until lower soils nod distribute I In available pleat food moro evenly Uiilwt this in done lucre can Im no uniformity of growth for thu rennon that tho plant which have b on until to fwl when tilt lower toil pmlomiimU will Iw foible and sickly while plants grow lug on thu richer top soil will is lux uriant iiiwrfwl harrowing therefore in nt fniilt for ninny of the fnllurvn tn derive good crovt from till hunt lust nhould give more still fnctdry rwiillx Tho free use of limn in time autumn Iwlscinlly under fruit lets will urn lerinlly BHsial in destroying fungi Use air tlrtktsl liner stun apply it frilly It not as ellicnuiouH ni MOIIIO of this praying mixture hilt in beneficial ton certain extent nt this MIANOH Saute soils ere uin lime nnd it will proven nn vahmble uiiilur tntw sal on Iniul in leiiiltil for ngiilnr crops Forty Vrnr Ttirlitrr To 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less Juli sir 0IB Mrinorr Vrr t IIIUuldu Tril JuIi ilv 14 Coiiiiiirnlarr Irrpnr rd tty llrv II l lr rui- CupyrlntitI by American Prem Anno elation I An the Lord communJrd MOn 10 the children of larutl did and they divldtd Itiu land While ut one tlnio there remained yit very much laud to be iwdHCHueil yet In ijuu tliuv tuo urt1 itnve untu Inrnel till till land which Ho n vuro to give uuto their futherit uiul they lMMtsetd It 1itiiIdwelt therein there fulled IIl1tI MUkht of any good tblnir which the Lord hud Iell unto tho houtw of hrllll1I ciiiuu to IWM The Lord gave them rent tho Lord delivered all their eueiulea Into their band Thtj lA rd Iud of Urael foucht for Inrael TUfjr had ouly to obediently go tur ward xJII xxl 1315 x 42 1 Thou knowt the thin that the lx rd mid unto Mos the units of flail concern luff me end the In Xadvahbarnta- Thu mid Caleb Joshuas old rom panion whets together they went with he till other tell to any out the lauJ he now upitvarn Infore Joxhua Oil be half ot Judah to which tribe be be longed Nuiu xlll UI It Is rufrfNlilng whether lu the lllblu atopy or In the dally life of our own day to meet Iphi wbo believe Ood Wilt ilenln only y to know what Ootl haa italil and who tnt ou a thuri aallh tho Lord ne on till wild tOCk I I brought him word staIn a It ulIII my liiart I wholly followed the my OuJ lie looks buck with Kratltudu In the time when he Will a young umn forty j yrara of nice nUll praUoa tho grace of lou whirls enabled him to bu klnceru j U furl Ootl end to follow hInt fully Thli la the only tblni on which one I run look back with real comfort an we hdvancu In yeara that without any thought ot mana frown or favor We- S have been able tl taud humbly but alrfeerely with Gout t The lat whereon thy feet have trod dm hall be thin Inheritance and thy Children forever All through tho wllderuena wander Injta ftI the sunny thouaauila died who were IIIMI when Joshua and Caleb upletl out the land Caleb held feat the word of Jehovah by the mouth of Mo Itl that whoever dee might till Ills avrvant Caleb would enter the laud cud ofttCM It tecauto ho wholly fol lowed tho lord We think of Paul lu tliti storm at eLi when all hope was Blven up bayIng to the soula on that P1111 aa he itavu them tho Lords tare aace I believe God that It dish bo even aa It was told me Acts xxvll MIt And now behold the Lord hath kept me alv aa He aald lice forty and nn cittaleli realized the truth of these word though not written In lila day Ho givvlh to all life and breath and thing for lu Him we live and luoVe and have our being tcte xvll A US Iltt la the God In whose hand our breath la and whose are all our ways flea v 13 but how few seem to think of thli It la well to remem j her that we continue from day to day only because tho Lord sees tit to keep UI alive happy are those who Ilka Caleb keep tbcuuelvc set Apart fur Hliimelf ills own pOsIsCICIOn Pa Iv Vpatronr thla day ai 1 i j a In the day that Moses aeul mIAlthouRh elchtyflvo years yet feeling us strong and well as at the ttge of forty It II written of Moses that he wu a hundred and twenty years old when ho tiled JIll ere wasp nut dim nor his natural force abated lcut xxxlv 7 There Is a rcnuwlng of Htrongth and youth ofttlmea en Joyed by those who wait upon tuu lord but wo cai ijulctly leave It all with Him to give Us all the days here In flit mortal body that will be for liii glory anti our good li If 10 the Lord wilt bo with me then I slush toe able to drlv them out a the Lord said Ho nikei for mountains where the giants were for a young man that lauleftfn111S clllen were nothing to age of forty he had said The Lord la with r III Ieur them not Sum xiv and uokno conlldencu III himself but ho had unbounded contldcnco ID the Lord God 131J Hebron therefore became the In htrltunco of Caleb became that ho wholly followed the Lord Qod of Urael- t It la unwillingness to follow fully that hinders the Lord from worhlni In Ills people uI He would like to for Ills eyes run to and fro through thu whole earth to show Himself strong on behalf of those whose hearts are whole toward thai II Chron xvi I Hut where ute the whole hearts How tow KCCUI wlllliijf to stand with God agaInst the wisdom of this world HKulimt culture society popular opin ion and against tile false teacher who are found In theological icmluurlc many n pulpit perhaps as never beforel Hebron suggests fellowship und tb other name KlrJathArbavhlle It menus city of Arba may mean ulso the city of four ufc the word arbn the Hebrew for four Any one who follow fully na Caleb did will realize NomHhlng of true fellowship with the father aid tho Son and the Holy qpirlt and however alone apparently van always truthfully say There art Iri four of us Thla also Is proved by ccJobti xlv 17 23 It Is more than nil f earth can give to bo able to say 4 Truly our fellowship la with tho Fa t ther and with Ills Son Jesus Christ- I 4d John li Not conformed to till r World not pluuslnir wen but God IiI till only way of peace aud victor or th1I Ute AttouiiilliiR UlleoerfIFrutii Cooporsvillo Mich comoa word of u wonderful discovery of a ploasniit tasting liquid that When tiHod bolero retiring any ono troubled with a badcough always In HiireH a good nights rest It will BOOH euro tho cough too writes Mrs S HimolhurKor For throo generations of our family have used Dr ConllumpUOIICoughs and Colds Its aa unri valenl ilosporatoItitigund f100 al Enst End Drug Co8I Trial bottloa free 01 Peels i3 What do you think I ought todo with your Reckon y inought gimme back my gunsaid Jukey The olllcer could not repress a smile What gun Th1 ono ycr tuk tother day Qo and et tho boys gun orderly doorIDo you know what youve been do IngY the officer resumed addressing Sourl Youve helped a any to escape who will doubtleM carry information to the enemies of your country SOUr made no reply SIte stood look ing at time olllcer with her big black eye Fortunately tor her he haul a daughter about her age Meanwhile some Teune eans who hallfd from Jasper had brett sent for and they tame in to have a look at time prisoners Several of them recognized both Souri Jake saul told time milt shut that they were what they pretended Title and their youth together with the fact that the provost man hal was not A harsh titan saved theta from pun Aliment There was a great deal of feel ing against renegade east Teuuesju ons anti had they been men they would havii been taken back to the black hole at the jtll and kept there till it was found necessary to move them from the approaching enemy As it TOS the marshal directed that they be taken into another room till he could hear from headquarters regarding them He knew the Triggs and the black hole anti feared to let them go back to them The ofUcerft at headquarters were too busy to meddle with such a caw The provost marfthuls communication was returned with the following Indorsement- lt cctfilly referred back to the prurMt ttunttiat wfih authority to do with lhee pris enema u lie thinks forth bet lutemU of the kcrvlce Tbe spy tiavlui escaped It IIGt4 not appear till there It any rtaaou to hold them The brother aud Meter were brought In again to hear what was tn be their fate Souri was aware of time enormity of her offense anti expected a severs pun ishment She had determined to beg the oQkef to end Jakey back to his parents then he might punish her as 1m liked Suppose let you and your little brother go home said the minimi will you go there ant keep out of any Interference in matters that concern the Confederacy hercafterr Ill go homo said Sonri Well I reckon youd better go re plied tho ofllcer Then to the guards Send tho corporal here Tako these children he saul to that person when ho arrived to tIme other side of tho river and turn them adrift and see that they dont get back here Sonris heart jumped into her throat for joy Turning her expressive eyes on time officer she said Thank you 31 r Onslfer said Jakey thank y fur gimmen me lack my gun A Imllo broke over tim faces of those present Time next day tho brother and ulster arrived nt home and great was the re joicing in the Slack family- ChAPTER XVI A SOUTU CAROUNA UEOLOOIST Title Is n gentleman who Mr Whet tho trill door of the nttto had closed over Laura Fain after her interview with Murk ho stood for a few minutes pondering on her strange treat ment of him Then he turned to tho breakfast Ho hind eaten nothing since tho evening before and the sight of the greater part of a fried chicken it hall been killed by Lauras orders for him only that morning was especially grate ful Mark applied himself to his meal and while he ate he went over time scenes through which ho had passed since he set out on his mission Surely he must liavo been gone u month Ho counted the days Ha had reached Jasper on the evening of the twentieth of August Chattanooga on the morning of the twentysecond tried on tho twenty fourth was to have been hanged ou the iweatysercmli escaped on the twenty n ixth That wu only tho evening be fore It was now the twentyseventh only a week Never haul ho passed suchC a week before and he hoped ho never would again Soon after be had finished his break fast a hand was extended through the trap a pitcher of water and toilet arti cles were left and time dUlum taken At noon a meal was lauded in by the sammie fair hand Though but two meals hind been thus left Laura to that she IesoonMarks dinner to him she entered attlo her and had him close the trap thoI It will riot do for you to stay here much longer she said My mother linn already become suspicion that have something on my mind a1ll11 tear being detected carrying these inenU I dare not tell her all and I dare not risk her discovering that you are here will go tonight It will be sure capture for you to go The negroes toll me that the country people are all out looking for the thu spy I cant stay here and compromise you I have a plan This evening I will watch for on opportunity for you to go down stairs You can introduce yourself as a guest and though you will bo every minute in danger you will be safer than here And in case I am discovered will not be caught like a rat in a trap You can appear an a traveler You must have a lint I will bring you one At the first opportunity after dark Ill come to the trap anti knock Follow me down stairs I dont think any One will recognize you in these clothes They have been packed away since my brother went to Virginia a year ago Mamma only saw you when you were lucre be fore after dark on the veranda and well think there will bo a very good chance for you to play guest without detection The servanUr They would never betray a Yankee They think you are all coming down to tree them and theyll have nothing to do but lie in the ami Not an unpleaHiimT occupation on pleaiunt day said Mark irrelevantly aI Should anything happen I only mamma And after all she is a wom an she added significantly Which you pretend not to be If all goes well you will be assigned a room the guest chamber perlmj and if it is not safe for you to be down stairs you tony feign to be ill timid keep your apartment Mark was better pleased with tIme plan than remaining where he was He did- notexIect to remain in the house longer than till the next night when ho hoped those who were seeking for him would become tired of the hunt and give hum a chance for Ida life Ill do all you stmggest he said to Laura and whether you wish it or not am very grateful She lowered her eyes under his look of gratitude then went below As soon no It grew dark Mark listened for the signal It came a few minutes before nine oclock Mrs Fain hind remained in the parlor up to that moment when she went up stairs to get some art cle necessary to a piece of work she was doing Laura followed her turning out the lights by the way and keeping on up to tho attic- Wltbln a few seconds after her knock Mark was descending the stairs and inn twinkling was in the parlor Not half a minute elapsed between the signal and his arrival there It was not long before Mrs Fain was heard gYoping about up stairs in the dark wanting to know who had turned out time lights and calling on a servant to relight them When she entered the par lor she was surprised to see her daughter III company with a stranger who was standing hat in hand aa though he hind just come in from without Mamma said Laura with her heart In her throat but with tim most assured of innocent tones this is a gentleman vrho Mr- Rhott supplied Mark Mr Rhett or South Carolina Any old Virginia or South Carolina name was quite enough to insure a wel come from Mrs Fain Without waiting to hear what he might say further or an account of how he came to be there so suddenly she said Im pleased to see you sir are you related to the Rhctts of South Carolina We all came of the same main stem madam said Mark assuming the tone of a southern gentleman Mr Rhett is traveling mamma lIe says that that am looking for mines madam You may not know it but you are in tho center of a rich mineral region- It is pleasant to hear that fortune may come soon and Mrs Fain was evidently much pleased at the informa tion Indeed she said calmly Yes madam I have been looking for ore I presume 1 need not sty whether in government interest or not we must have cannons you know Government officers are not bound to disclose their identity or their objects sir 1 have been prospecting umiadititi mind am separated from my party owing to tho stupidity of time driver of the vehicle which contains my crucibles and chem yoyrdaughterinnot surprising considering your fur famed Tennessee hospitality You are quite welcome sir Mark bowed low with his hand on his heart like a South Carolina gentleman of tho old school Have you supped uiked Mrs Fain Yes madam succeeded in getting a meal by tho way A poor one indeed a very poor ono with burned beans for coffee Out since the abolition Lincoln government has violated all rules of civilized warfare by this cruel blockade intending to starve ui into subjection l suppose we must take what we cap et I repeat it we must take what wo get madam Marks eyes flashed with well feigned Indignation It is our duty to bear our depriva tions cheerfully said Mrs Fain We shall gain our independence at last and that should be an incentive tIlt should madam and let mo tell you we are about to see Htirring times and great successes This region line become of especial military importance forces will Iw III front of Nashville perhaps Louisville very soon while General Lee cant fall with such noble men aa he has III his army the very lower of tho souththe lower of time south madam he cant full 1aLly to drive the Yankees out of Virginia You are very hopeful While Murk was thus jforinlng Laura stood with downcast ejos her mother hall not been tu interested in tho hopeful words of the garrulous South Carolinian she would have noticed a slow heaving of her daughters bosom with here and timer a slight spasmodic action And now madam said Mark may I beg n nights lodging tear it is too late to fluid my party Certainly sir Call Miranda my dearMiranda was miuimoned mid directed to show time gentleman to tho guest chamber on the second floor in time front of tho house Mark went with the servant und re mained in hits room long enough to have made a toilet and then sautmteredtlowm stairs At thu door of the parlor in which Mrs Pain und her daughter were sitting he iMiuflod as if waiting for mi invitiitionlo enter This was given him but he did not stay long For a hot blooded South Carolinian lie seemed not to bear time heat well und manifested desire to get out on to time veranda In deed he had a wholesome dread of the light Besides ho desired to be where ho could convene with Laura If I may leg you to excuse me la dies he said will go out for a little fresh air He strolled out into the night and walked had und forth on thu veranda Launi Hiiid Mrs Fuin go out and entertain Mr Hhntt Im afraid of time night air myself Do you think It essential mamma Certainly do South Carolinian are especially particular about the enter tainment of their guests timid I wouldnt have it go buck to Charleston that hUll been for the world weI Laura obeyed her mother und the on the verandu I herlThocommie this way going to time end of time verandu you CUll see it better Laura followed him to time position where they were out of hearing Time relief from keeping Mark con cealed III the garret tIme krtcceM of tho imposition of the spurious South Cnro lliian ou her mother Murks talent for playing his part all combined to place Laura Fain in nn exhilarated frame of mind Like most women she admired daring anti like most woimii appre ciated that daring in one in whom she was interested in proportion to time ex tent of time danger attending it You are safe for time present site said her eyes glistening in time moon light and a bright spot on each cheek Thanks to your courage uud ingenu ity Oh no no Thats absurd Foryou to speak of my courage Do you know that time recklessness with which you put your neck into a hillier Is as unintel ligible to me us mathematics would bo to one of our servants For tho cause said Mark one ought to- Nonseimsel The cause You love these dangers There is a fascination in them I ad mit So long as there is one chance for mo no mutter how many there are uguinst mimiso long as have uu arm or a weapon to tight with 1ant u man When cornered and taken um the veri est coward in tho world While in prison in Chattanooga I moaned and whined like u frightened child Time truth is that danger is fiisclnatingonly either before it is encountered or after it has passed When um in it want to get out of It when I am out of ill want to get in it again I dont believe you know tho mean tug of the word fear Indeed you are mistaken If I did not feel fear there would bo no fascina tion in danger Then you have u way with you of making people do what you like When you were hero before you fascinated all the servants You completely captivated Uncle Daniel who talked of no ono else since Daniel is a good man Hell be of use to mo yet Yes of use to you You use every one either openly or by deception aliuast fancied you were professor somebody just now when you were de ceiving poor mamuiu You reminded me of Mephistopheles for nil the world You flatter said Mark in irony You are Mephistopheles You come lucre and compel me to harbor you You mire Reeking to injure time causo favor and I give you my brothers clothes when that brother is fighting for that cause Why do I nut send for some one to come and tuko you On account of your native loveli ness You are a very devil 1 never regarded myself a saint And the worst of it is she went on lien eyes sparkling till tho while and talking rapidly that such deviltry is especially fascinating to me would love to be a man I would do what you do 1 would belong to jtho cavalry I would bo a scout I would be a Spy Anything I had time courage to be would delight in battles in charges in heavens Tutu exclamation was occasioned by a horseman who had upproached while they were talking They had not no J ticed him till he had openedthe gate and was half way between it and the house Laura sank into a seat all color loft her cheeks and her heart seemed to stop beatingDont bo frightened said Mark bending over her and whispering III her ear It is ouly u private soldier He is not after me anti if he is ho cant have me- Mark left her and advanced to the rail of time veranda Con yon tell me how fyar tis ter Chattenoogy asked time man About two miles I reckon as the crow flies three or tour really Straight long up the road Yes Im a courier I ben canyen Ills patches but didnt go this way Well ou just keep tlm road and youll get through all right Any news from the trolltr Dont know any I bon away from Cliottenoogy two days Wejl you havent fur to go Good night sir OoodlllghtMark to Laura She had not recovered from her fright ant he was obliged to wait a few moments before he could get a word front her I suppose you think me a dreadful coward she said at last After all Im only a woman Not cowardly for yourself for a poor devil whose neck is in a halter Yes Im only a girl but I own the life of a brave man a soldier a reckless monster a fiend u spy Anything elser There zinc no more words to express what mean Laura called Mrs Fain if youre going to stay out any later youd better get a shawl Im going in mamma They walked into the house together Mr Rhett of South Carolina made a few commonplace remarks to Mrs Fain and then begged to be excusedas he had been prospecting duriug the day and was very tired He bowed low to tho ladies mid then went up stairs CHAPTER sunruiSED ILI I am the gucft of that young lady Time next morning Mark hearing a tap at time door got out ofbec1 und opened it cautiously As was natural tinder time circumstances he saw danger in everything that occurred He half expected to see through time slight open ing he at first made the muzzle of are volver pointing directly at hint He saw a very different sight It was a large tumbler with a straw in it on a silver tray in time hands of u negro Mrs Fuins compliments sabal1t1 ho handed Mark a mint julep Ah exclaimed Murk with intense satisfaction Present my compliments to your mistress and tell her I perceive with pleasure that thus noble Virginia cus tom has found its way into Tennessee as it has long ago into South Carolina Yes said There mire alleviating circumstances even in the life ofa spysaid Mark contemplating the beverage uncertain as that life is Why will man not always lJU a philosopher Here am in a beautifully furnished room have been sleeping between time whitest linen ou the softest of beds arise HUll behold this delicate attention1 ou the part of hostess who It sue should know myI mu would bring a dozen bayonets hedge mo in and should be tho soft summer breeze at time end ota hemp cord in twelve hours Ont she does not know who Iam and consid creel philosophically am Mr Rhett of South Carolina and In clover Heres to Private Murk Mulono poor devil However Mark desired to keep his head cool considering the circumstances anti contented himself with a few swal lows of the julep and utter completing his toilet joined the ladies ut the break fast table He praised Mrs Fuins fried chicken and light biscuit and com bread and was about to give the coffee a few words of encomium when tast big it beforehand he discovered the pre vailing chicory So ho entered upon u tirade against time blockade und ended by hoping that Abe Lincoln would fat last bu hanged higher than Human a reference that gavu him n disagreeable sensation about tho neck and caused Lauras bosom to heave tumultnonsly The comforts surrounding Mark the kindness of his hostess and above nil the presence of a girl whose bosom seemed to contain such volcanic forces us would best harmonize with one whose chief object in life seemed to be to get himself hanged conspired to make him feel II safety that he should not have felt under the circumstances lie had been campaigning for a year during which i eriod he had experienced no greater comfort than a McClellan sad die and the women of time country through which ho had passed lund not received him with any marked evidences of pleasure Isit to be wondered that he felt approximate content if one can feel content whose neck is in a Imlter in tho Fain manor house Out Murk had something else his mind which hu knew was of more im portuncu titan his own safety though its value if be should possess it would be dependent on that safety He wuuted seine indication of where time enemy would strike He was not so foolhardy us to think of going back to Chattanooga himself hut he resolved to send a tuts senger If he could dud some one to go i Li f i IHWII lUlU uay cue latest news could bo brought him in the evening Then hu would assume a disguise and lx off in tile night After breakfast he took his pipe and went out to smoke in the yard Hu sauntered around to tho barn and found Daniel nt work upon the horses Daniel ho naid good morning Mornen Rah said Daniel eying him suspiciously Nice lot of stock you have lucre Dan ieL Yes sab fine stock Arid I see you take good caro of them That pony hlue as If his coat had boom oiledDat Misxie Laurie pony salt Alit Its a flue animal And is tImid her phaetonTYes Mark was standing very near Daniel and suddenly turned and looked him in the eye knowingly Daniel said he art you all right nn the cause of freedom Reckon I air sah Suppose you had a chance to favor that cause the canse which if it tri umphs will make all darkies free would you do itr- Reckol1 I would Well suppose a Union man were to ask you to Yo connterance air berry fallllar to me sah Do I look like Mr Slack Gout bress the Lodl I wonder if yo air Mr Slack Or the colored girl who came hero the other night Murk asked in a low confidential tone Fo de Lodl Never mind who I am Daniel Im a Union man Now I want you to go into Chattanooga and learn all you can of the latest itrmy news Dout trust your own eyes but ask people whats on I want to know if trobps are leaving Chattanooga and if so where they are going Hero are ten dollars Buy some things for the old woman and time children und ask questiomuuofothter- PeOIle I mean not me Trite me fur dat said tIme old man and going to the stable he begun to liar ness horse to the family wagon TO BE COlfTl1UEDI Necessary Expenses for ITwelve Weeks School On who board themselves can spend ai Ire or little aa thej choose on living expene to bare a little extra money fanlrct lure loon aud other things But the tierrsKarjr expenses are only an follows To paj the lint day uniraHALL HAIL School Incidental Fee I ft Kx Hospital Fee 25 25 pelf etc about 2 00 2 00 Oenerel Deposit I 00 Furnished Room furl I 2S First Months Board 00 00 Living 700 8ii pciaduring the terra Beginning M Mo Board 00 5 00 Beginning 3d Mo Board 6 00 5 00 28 NI 2S Genl Deposit returned 00 00 Total Expense 12 Week 27 BO 27 For those below A Grammar deduct tho t2 lor book and II front Incidental fee making tie total only DHSO When four girls room together each saves Uor more on room anti fuel making the total on SVSO If claood below A Grammar Room and fuel cost one dollar more In the Winter term Two room for housekeeping with stoves etc can usually be rented for from ft to 16 a term The price of a big calf a little tanbark ore few homeapan bedcarer will glrea term of school which will chance oiini whole life for the better A WeakStomach Indlgutlon U often caused by overeating An eminent authority says the harm done thus exceeds that from the excessive use of alcohol Eat all the good food you want but dontover load the stomach A weak stomach may refuse to digest what you eat Then you need a good digestant like Kodol which digests your food wIth stomachs aid This rest and KodolcontalusIsary Kodol quickly relieves the feel log of fulness and bloating from which some people suffer after meals Absolutely cures indigestion KoI Natures Tenc Three Years in Richmond And out of all the sets of tooth that have been made at my otlice if there is one set or any sots that show any defects I will make a new set free We are makiiif time boat sot of teeth in the world for 750 and if detects show iu Ive years we give you a new set free This applies to all the teeth J have made or am going to make the best alloy fills in the world at 75 cents DR HOBSON Dentist Permanently located in the Hobsor Building next door to Oov eminent Building Richmond Kentucky Reference Richmond National Bank Special Price to Students The CitizenFI- FTY CENTS A YEAR a A I i 4J t h THE CITIZEN AN ORDINANCE At n regular mooting of the Board of Trustees of the Town of Berea hold nt S E Welchs store in Beroa Ky on Oct 13 1002 on motion an njo and nay rote having been taken J Burdotte voting yea T J Osborne voting yoa S E Welch voting yea nays none the following ordinance was unanimously carried and the following uotico ordored printed in TilE CITIZEN in at least throe issues of said paper betwoon this date and Nov 10 1902The Board of Trustees of the Town of Berea do ordain as follows That bids for the sale of the franchise fo tho period of twenty 20 years for erecting maintaining and operating a telephone system and exchange in the Town of Berea Ky and the use of streets alleys avenueslparks squares and other public places in said Town for that purpose be advertised for in TilE CITIZEN a newspaper published in Berea Ky that bids be received for tho purchase of said franchise rights etc at the meeting place of said Board of Trustees of the Town of Berea Ky while in sessicn at its reg ular monthly meeting on tho night of Nov 10 1902 Provided however thu bidders for said franchise agree and bind themselves in their bids to give immediate connection after erecting tho plant at BeroaKy with an ex change at Richmond Lancaster and at Mt Vernon all in tho State ofI Kentucky together with the country subscribers of said exchange and fur ther that tho maxium rate for dwellings shall not exceed 7Go per month and for business houses S1 per mouth The right is reserved to reject any or all bids S E WELCH Chairman ofI Attest the Board of Trustees E ROHINSOV Town Clerk NOTICE TO BIDDERS Notice is hereby given that bids will be received publicly by the Chair man and tho Board of Trustees of the Town of Berea Ky while in session at the regular monthly meeting Nor 101h02 for the sale of the franchise for tho period of twenty 20 years for erecting maintaining and operat ing a telephone system and exchange in the Town of Berea Ky and the jjuse of streets alleys avenues parks squares and other public places in said Town for that purpose bo advertised for ill TilE CITIZEN a newspaper pub lisped in Berea Ky that bfds be re ceived for the purchase of said fran chise rights etc at the meeting place of said Board of Trustees of the Town of Berea Ky while in session at its nightIl the bidders for said franchise agree and bind themselves in their bids to IIgiveimmediate connection after erects ing the plant at Beroa Ky ant exchange at Richmond Lancaster and at Mt Vernon all in the State Kentucky together with the coun tofsubscribers of said exchange and r that the maximum rate for dwellings shall not exceed 75c per month and for business houses l per month The right is reserved to reject any bidsiS E WELCH Chairman of st the Board of Trustees E RoniNsovj Town Clerk 1ftt Hjircndn Like IVllilllre things are the best they the best selling Abraham 1Whenleading druggist of Belleville Electric Bitters are the bitters I have handled in years You know why I Most i diseases begin in disoders of stomach livwyTudneys bowels blood and nerves Electric Bitters tones up the- M stomach regulates liver kidneys and bowels purifies the blood strength ens the nerves hence cures multitudes I of maladies It builds up the entire f system Puts new life and vigor into r any weak sickly rundown man or woman Price f 0 cents Sold by the East End Drug Co This will save your Life lly inducing you to use Dr Kings New Discovery Consumption Coughs and Colds The only Guaranteed Curer DruggistJ CURESDrip andAffectionFREEBagular That Throbbing IIntlache Vetlld leave you if used Dr Kings New Life Pills provedboirniatohess r t Nervous eiidacbee They make pure f blood and build upyour health On jr21J routs Money back if not cured By E End Drug Co 7 r N M NNNNfl Ii aLOCAL AND PERSONAL f I NN1N11NNN 1N1 Waldo Lusk is dangerously ill Rev Geo Goodies is building a barn on his place Aunt Minty Diggs is in good health considering her ago The cornerstone has the right of way with TimE CITIZEN this week W Dt York of Livingston is visit ing D N Welch and family this weekB II Robinson has sown 31 bush 11nlrJudge W S Brown of IJlmlin Co is visiting his niece Mrs Maggio Adams Overley Miss Thalhoimer of Cincinnati author of the US history was among the recent guests at Berea Mr Julian Ralph brought his sou Lester and is spending several days hereDr Wm E Barton of Oak Park Ill gave two flue sermons iu tho Tub ernaclo Sunday moraiugaud night Hal Poynter living near tho depot fell 80 feet or more from a tree while in pursuit of a squirrel and is danger ously hurt Miss Ina MoBuruey of Michigan connected with tho Presbyterian Mis- Sion work in the mountains is with Tutor and Mrs Dizney Miss Preston Bruce of Louisville chairman of Exchange of the society- of Womans clubs is spending a few days with Mrs Graham Mrs Laura Brock wife of Edgar Brock of Big Hill died Sunday atI G30 p m Burial at Pilot Kn b church Monday afternoon Mr Allison of Cincinnati reporter for the Enquirer accompanied tho party recently visiting Berea aUllI will write up the excursion Bad boys ou tho street at n very late hour at night using profane and vulgar language have become a very common nuisance near tho depot Martin Mahaifoy who has been confined to his bed with trouble in hisI back for two weeks is on the mend though still unable to be up Mrs Putnams daughters Mis H Beggs of Ashland 111with her child anti Miss Ethel of Williams burg are visiting their mother hero B F Gay has sold his property west of Bicknell Earlys store to J W Baker of Liverpool who will open- a general store Price paid for prop arty5200jJ S Wilson has in his possession a pocketbook containing money foundI between Berea and Wallacetou Own r can recover property by describing ame Supt Boone of Cincinnaticity schools and Dr J C Culbertson editor of the Lancet Clinic brought their wives to witness the cornerstone layingE Gamble of Chcago presi dent of the Riverdalo Lumber Co now on a business trip southspent Sunday with his brother Secretary GambleThe lecture by Rev W E Barton lost Thursday night was very interesting and instructive Most of the 100 views in Egypt and tho Holy Land were taken by Mr Barton himself Among the outside trustees of the College present at the brief trustee meeting of Saturday last were Major- C F Burunm of Richmond and Messrs Gamble Mallon and Stearns of CincinnatiOur J C Coyle is at Sparksvillo Ind Ho writes thatI they have two fine gobblers in theI fatting pen forThanksgivirg and that Burret Van Winkle is with him at SparksvilleIAn Olivet Mich paper just received gives nearly a column to tho funeral exercises of Iloruell eldest son of Prof W E C Wright The expressions of grief on tho part of his associates and of sympathy on tho part of all were very touching IOu IIand John Siler a hotel keeper both of Paint Lick engaged in a pistol duel Dr Poyntz was fatally shot and died at 6p in Tuesday SlerI was dangerously wounded perhaps fatally I Rove Dr Barton and Dr Burgess were at Lancaster on tho night of April IBth Dr Barton delivered his lecture on Egypt and tho Holy Land The lecture was illustrated by Dr Burgess stereopticon and was for the benefit of the M E church at LancasterAmong the Cincinnati visitors in Berea Friday and Saturday last were ft Dr and Mrs Cleveland Dr and Mrs W H Taylor Mrs G W Mallon Mrs Benham Mrs Warner Dr E W Mitchell and son Roe Mrs Den ny MissesJoan E and Helen Scott Mrs Henry C Urner Miss Isabella Ellison and Miss Ruth Harrison Tho annual pig roast under tho auspices of tho moos literary loci sties of tho College was held in L C Gabbards woods Saturday night last Tho literary part of tho exorcises aside iron music worn as follows Mr Damon roosted the faculty Tutor McCuno roasted tho girls Wesley Frost gaeUA Tale of n Pig BEST BREAD at Bicknell t Early a Subscribers who have taken ad vantage of our Bible Offer are greatly pleased with tho fine Biblo they received OCR PaEMiiii SEWING MACHINE ions good as you can get from any agent for FIFTY DOLLARS and you can got it without costing you any money at all Snlufeinou Wauled to look after our intoreois in Madison and adjacent counties Salary or commission Ad dross Tho Harvey Oil Co Cleveland OhioThe city taxes for thoyeai 1902 are now this Call on tho Marshal and sottlo them All delinquent taxes for the year 1901 unless paid by October m 1002 will ho advertised na tho law directsSix quart tin pail 10 cents Three cakes tar soap f- iFoUrOUnlMSlllollingsaltslO All first quality goods at TUB TEN CENT STOKE next door to postotlice Richmond Ky HELP WANTED F F and G C Hall former Berea students now op erato n Mail Order Busmen the only one of the kind in tho U S For free price list and information address C F Hall Co 101107 W Adams street Chicago III tfotf Berea references given if desired t f CORRESPONDENCE OWSLEY COUNTY CABBARO Jack Frost paid us a visit Hone day lIiRhtJ C Jones of Breathitt Co passel through here Wednesday evening on his way to K u01111 TennT L Gabbard of Boouoville is visiting at his sisters Mrs R W MinterThe people are very busy making molasses and digging po tatoes Chattanooga is certainly a gixxl story and is wo th BO cents it Nancy M Huff of Confluence Leslie Co is visiting her brother William at this plaeeRev John Mason has a new baby boy at his hone MADISON COUNTY HICKOfrf PLAIN- SSundayschool at Hickory Plains has begun with Mr Buswell S- Uperintendent and Mr Orr Clover as assistant Charley Adams left Tues day for Missouri with his brother Tom Miss Lillie flitter of London and Miss Ida Maupiu were guests of Misses Jennie and Etta Ourdetto Monday Oct IaMr W Turner of Parksville visited his uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs Daniel MaupinMiss Lizzie Foley who has been very sick with fever is improvingMiss Lillie Ritter of London spent a week with Misses Ida Lizzie and Pattio Maupin Miss Florence Jones has gonoto Indiana where her parents aro ox pecting to move WALLACETON Born to Mr and Mrs Chas Gentry on Oct 17 a girlMr Ned and Palestine Gabbard of Jackson were the guests of their brother G B Gab bard last week also Mr Will Baker and family of Jackson Misses Doyle Kinnard and Mary Hazlewood were tho gUests of Nannie and Mary Gab bard Thursday night Oscar Gab bard who went to Indianapolis a few weeks ago returned Wednesday Mrs Will Asher who has been liar ing serious trouble with her eyes is slowly improvingMiss Susie Rogers was the guest of Miss Katie Wylie Friday Misses Sarah and Alice Lawson also Mrs Duckvisited friends at Berea Friday and Satur dayBessie GafTuey is the guest of Eliza Weaver this week Misses Liz zie Carrie and Nannie Kindred left Oct 16 for Illinois Mrs Sarilda Kinnard who for several months has been living with Mr Gib Goffnoy and family has gone to Richmond to make her home with her granddaugh ter Miss Mattio Roberta Mrs Eliz abeth Ballard has gone ito live with her son Palestine Mr and Mrs H Richardson of Borea also Mr and Mrs Roy Davis were the guests of Mr G B Qobbard Suuday Burt Guinu who has been gone a few weeks has returned home JACKSON COUNTY KERBY KNOB Mrs James Williams is quito ill and Turner Harrison has fvorMr Wm Rucker and family also Mm Garrestlof Bobtowu visited friends here Saturday and SundayA series of meetings began at tho Korby Knob Baptist church conducted by Rev Moberloy and others Thos Click has gone to llamiltou 0 and Mrs Luther Kimberliu has just returned from thoro whero she has boon at tending a sick sister Mrs Bongo her mother remained Willie White and Provy Azbill worn united in unit tinge Oct 16 Ilev11rn I Powell of ficiating County court convenes at McKeo this week- ROCKCASTLE COUNTY CONWAY Mr and Mrs Leonard Watkins of Berea were visiting relatives hero Sunday J ease Dykes moved to Hog oravllle Madison county Tuesday having bought a stockof merchandise thoroM L Kelton was in Baron Tuesday John Huff returned home from Alton Ky Saturday Dorn to the wife of Dave Grant a girlMrs Mollie Jordan returned home Monday from a visit to relatives in Lexington Earner Sigmoud the 5yearold son of J 1L Sigmoud is suffering from n wound caused by a rusty nail ia in a very dangerous condition Mrs R DL Johnston and Mrs Belle linker were visiting Mrs Mattie Hamllin at Boono Saturday Tho pay train made tho boys glad Monday and loft quite a lot of 1902 nickels with ThomDirs A Johnston and children1 wore visiting at J R McCollimiR Friday J F Sims of Rockford was visiting his daughter Mrs J H Sigtnond Sunday Mrs Addio Burnett and sister Dies Ma tildn Cook of near Rockford were hers Monday shopping f Tim Viirnl Furor Multitudes are singing tho praises of Kodol the now discovery which is making no many sick people well and weak people strong by digesting what they oat by cleansing and sweetening the wtoiimchnml transforming their food into time kind of pure rich red blood that makes you fool good allover Mrs Crauflll of Troy I T writes For n number of years I was troubled with indigestion and dyspepsia which grow into the worst form Finally I was induced to use Kodol and after using four bottles I am entirely cured I heartily recom mend Kodol to all sufferers from in digestion and dyspepsia Take ndose after meals It digests what you eat For salo by East End Drug Co REPAIR THAT LOOM Berea College lute secured a market for homespun and homewoven goods such as bed coverlids linen dross linsey jeans blankets etc at following prices Covorlids T i to 16 Linen 10 to BO cents a yard Dress Linsey BO cents a yard Jeans GO cents a yard Blankets natural brown wool or bark dyes 3 a pair White unsay and white blankets are not in demand only on orders Coverlids must be 2 yards 72 inches wide and 21 yards 90 inches long All dyes used must be old fashioned homemade dyes Any woman who wants to soil covor lids or homespun to Borea College should find out what tho College wants before beginning to weave or spin For information apply in per son or by letter to Mrs Hettic W Graham Berea Ky When you wakeup with a bad taste in your mouth go at once to S E WELCH JBS drugstore and got a free sample of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Oneor two doses will make you well They also cure biliousness sick headache and consti pation IISO nTriADS MARKS pronoun c tntCMTS 4t Anrnnnttndln akrhuI QrEAfeln m1- i qI ltrt Ihl InhtK IrnAhlr 10 inuuu ulr lloimlrlcUfomdilerKnl llMidlHiok tut rulrult lent fra oilMt iw r fur rNVn1IpUL PIss lakoi Ilirmirfli Munii A to rrelre- l441 uitlt wit hidil chAnt In the Scientific Irncr can hnnrtmimrlf Illotrlet WMklr 1ad10tiilalKTi nf IC JouriuJ Tenm 14 a nrwiuluJtraSUNNUnuicU ufflo U illiPlinl v V e leaCoated with stale epR glue and other thugs are t lit to dri- nkLionGeffee is unawtcd coffeefrrsh strung well flavored VulltyL4111i e The East End Drug Company On Fills prescriptions from Pure Drugs Soils Drugs mid Patent Medicine cheaper you can them in other town in Eastern Wo are headquurtura for Shelf Groceries Fresh Fruits Ice Cream Water Etc money by buy hug We solicit Call and wo L A Pettus Pbirnucht FENNERS KIDNEY an- dBackache KldntviBUdder acbeneartDleeasebravelDropsy Dont become Thtre li caM twynum Altcunnultallun Free A Kravcl In nif bluldcr A tIC unlnira tow of IVuuvri IiWhel snd llarkarha Cure I a ors ct halt ai W T OAMS OrrlxVft1 Druffffltt hIU k forCkiok null Free Sf ITUS DANCE CURE truarywriteurFeunrrIlu prercultdfurther jIll Gray II My hair was railing out and turning gray very fast But your Hair Vigor stopped tile falling and restored the natural Z Benomme Colioes N Y Its impossible For you not to look old with the color of seventy years in your hair I Perhaps you are seventy and you like gray hair If not VigorIngray hair will have all the dark rich color of youth IIM a leak All Jrairlita U your dollar canrat supply you send us ono and w eapreu or yournratntertreoaiAddrer Commissioners Sale Floyd Kidd Admr Juts M Hurt riff against Jas harts lira and Cribs De fendants Notice of Sale in Equity tjj virtue ot iitJiiifKiiiii and Order of Sale the Madison Circuit Court rendered at tho September Term- thereoIIOO in tbo abovo style cause un will ou Saturday October 2502- at 2 p m on tho premises proceed to expose to PUBLIC SALE to tho highest bidder tho following describ ed property viz A Tract of Land On tho waters of Silver Creek in Mad ison county Ky known as the Jar man tract and bounded by Adams homestead Pleas Evans Sil ver Crook Juno Armstrong tho Kin raid tract etc containing CB acres more or less 2nd Also another tract of land In Madison county on the waters of Sil ver Creek called tho Kincaid and bounded by Wm Adamms tho Walker heirs tract Branch tho H acres sold by Wm Adams to John Kiucaid Juno the Jartnim tract jute and containing 08 acres moro or loss These two tracts will booffered sop arately and thou an a whole and the bid producing the most money will bo accepted1ElfJlSSale will bo made on equallyseourityCor ill force and effect of n judgment bearing legal interest front day of sale with a lien reserved property until all the purchase money is paid S E SCOTT Master Commissioner of Madison Circuit Court r September 17 1902 Hlrlrkvn Wllli runtly Ileuderson Grimott of this place was stricken with partial paralysis and completely lost tho use of one arm and side After being treated by au eminent physician for quito a while without relief my wife recom mended Chamberlains Pain Balm aud after using two bottles of it he in almost entirely cured GEO It MC DONALD Alan Logan county W VII Several other very remarkable cures ttof partial paralysis lave been effect ed by the use of this liniment It toast widolv known however rw n euro for rheumatism niiraiiiN and bruises by S 12 WELCH J It Main Street Berca accurately than buy any Kentucky line Soda You save of UK your patronage tm DR txUrbiilllm tolorMrs- E of Certain William tract upon Sold C C Proprietor Rhodus I Canvasser WantedIto sell PIUNTKliS INK a journal for ndvurtim puhliiihed weekly at lire dollars n year It tuacluM the scienerl and rstit of- Adverllsing anti Is hllhl cMevined by the mont HuccoNsful advertisers in thus country and Great Britain Literal com miftMou allowed Aililretui- PHINTKIIS INK III Npruc HI New turk r Out fur 1rr II nod liver disorder at this season nay lx prevented by cleaiiHini time NVHtetn with DoWiH Little Early Risers These fninoiin little pills do not grlpo They move i tho bowels gently lint copiously and by reaHou of the tonic pToperti gIns tone and nglh to the glands For Halo by East End Drug Co t CAUSE For that MillionaireFeeling wear clothes made to your exact meas ure by- STRAUSS BROS Good Tailor for 25 years CHICAGOYou lust right In them Nearly 500 pot tern to se loct fromS- atisfaction guaranteed See the complete line et the store of EFFECT I J J BRANNAMANIlain flrcit llemr Ky A Tjrilrnl Houlli Afrlmn Hlnrn 0 R Larson of Bay Villa Sun days River Cape Colony conducts a store typical of South Africa at which can bo purchased anything from tho proverbial needle to an anchor This store is situated in a valley nine miles from tho nearest railway station and about ventrfivo miles from the nearest town Mr Larson snYIIIII am favored with tho custom of farm os within it radius of thirty miles to many of whom I havo supplied Cham berlains remedies All testify to their- value in a household whore n doctors tadvice is almost out of question Within one mile of my store tho pop ulation is perhaps sixty Of these within the past twelve months no loss than fourteen havo lien absolutely cured by Chamberlains Cough Rem edy This must surely bo a record i For sale by S E f WKLCU Jnl t