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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rf I r Rf V JOHN DODWELL Editor and Publisher Rnteml tAt p rccontcd VOL IV i A Family Paper MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY OCTOBER 80 1902 Fifty cents a year NO In IIDEAS If you wit h for content do much and oxpoct littlo IJIIt m dcsirahlo to satisfy othorx but much neat desirable to satisfy onus sell I A man is often miro that ho Is tight bemuse ho in tooMttipid to 806I that ho in wrong- UoCorllllng tint world in like rolling a wheel uphill stop rolling and down coiiRH the wheel A man continually forgets that if ho law not continually loam ho will know loss and less Tho only thing which every one can do and the only thing which any ono need do is his duty FROM THE WIDE WORLDI ruproducetfair of HKKJ the City of Jerusalem cowering ton acres Tho HOIT gtMioralft now traveling in Europe nfl not mooting great success In their effort to mist money for the roliflf of their plOploIThere is trouble forTurkoy in the Balkan Mountains ThoWamlouian Insurg nitsaaHiNtwl by the Bulgarians aregivingbattto to tho Turkish troops Tho tflniperanro bill framed by the Austrian government provides prison nontouco for erMiin found intoxicat ed more than a certain nuiulx of times Tho reopening of tho British par liament was marked by pceura of disorder rwwlting in tho sui i cnsion of John ODonnui Irish nationalist neil the closure of debate IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Tho ureal Now York subway U now three fourths omplctUlInnll has cost thus far 12 000000 The largest orchard in the world is about to INJ in Lacledo coun ty Mo It will contain fiOOO acres and the capital stock of tho company will he A wild woman is living in tho woods near Michigan City Indwho oludai nil pursuers She is supposed to le a Mm Amos of South Bend who diaapjwartxl a row weeks ago From a gM wolf in Armstrong coun ty Inonoof tho greatest over struck in now going to waste 20000000 cubic foot of gas every 21 hours enough to supply a city of 10000 inhabitants 0Agroat assembly of people includ many mon of national reputation gathnn to witness the recent inau guration of Woodrow Wilson as pros blunt of Princeton university Ex President Cleveland gave tho address on behalf of the Trustees RgroomntIof to Kubmit their differences to u board of arbitrators appointed by President Ilooaevelt ho line named seven teen who command the respect of all tho parties involved Ex Senator Asa Oray of Delaware in the chairman COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY James Ilaggms hold a tri cnption costing flfiOOO iu his now SfiOOOQO homo near Lexington r Deputy Collector Short recently made a successful raid in Ewtlll coun ty capturing a still and about 1100 gallons of boot i Mr R Leo Davis who was several mouths ago appointed advertising manager of the Lexington Morning y1enuoeraf has resigned his position to become editor of tho Lexington Observer Tho funeral of Dr C E Poyntz IIbotnt Paint Lick Was pheld at tho house of his father JM Poynlz in Richmond Ho was high Iy esteemed and much sympathy Is shown for the bereaved relatives The opinions or oading Kentucky lawyers seem to be converging tho belief that tho prohibition In the State constitution of a governor being elect ed for a second term will not shut out Oov from being eligible It again an ho is serving only for a short term Probably the retail auction Halo of stock over held in the Stato oc flt veok on the I Shelby Ir vino farm Madison county when a forcwore sold besides horses mules and pedigreed cattlo t 1 s L t THE CITIZEN n1tWHITE ILLITERACY That there IB much to bo done before white illiteracy in the Southern States can be reduced to u moro do sirable percentage says tho Macon Ca Telegraph may bo soon from tho following statement of tho per cent of illiteracy of hothraco taken tram tho Intern census of 1900 White Colored Alabama M2 MU Arkansas II II II 108 14 8 Florida II II ItHoO Ull Georgia 121 WJJJ Louisiana 203 IllMississippi II8n K32 North Carolina 1U KM South Carolina 120 MIT- onnoHHCo Mfi 470 Virginia 12fi 525- MiBfllsflippi tnado n liberal appropriation for popular although it already has tho smallest por cent of illiteracy among tho whites and tbo negro majority in the Stato is in the neighborhood 70000 It might bo that tho small percentage of illiteracy among the whites In a black State such an Mississippi duo to tho fact that in such a State the white employer class is relatively largo and tho white la boring clans relatively smaller than inI other States But tho figures for South Carolina another black State show a larger percentage of white II literacy than Ms found in Virginia Georgia Florida or Arkansas all of which have considerable white major dies Greater interest in education would therefore seem to bo the main cause of Minsisnippis enviably low percentage of white literacy Dont UseISpectatl es Unless Toll need them and if you use thorn bo sure thlsy fit your tend I will give thorough examination FREE or CHARGE always indicating the correct glasses to use It you dont need glasses I will toll you s- oT A Robinson Optician and Jeweler Street Richmond Ky DR M E JONES aC Dentist +e OOiceRoar MrS Fishs Millinery StoreI MOHIIMENTSrUrns Granite and Marble Work of all kinds dono hi n workmanlike manner at rout sonablo prices and with dispatch All work guar anteed b- yGOLDEN FLORA RICHMOND Ky Corner of Main and Collin Street U NOTICE t would like to make the aquaint anc of within reach of Berea WilD can MAKE CHAIRS Tan and Dress Leather or do Splint or Dark Bottoming please send mo your address or call whon in town i CHAS A KING riiit niltiit of HitlMInc lletfa college uhu No g NttMNHNPN1NONN NNN NN NtNNNN1m ELDERS BARGAIN STORE l i 1NNeN N NNHS NN0 N1Nt1 HSNNNmNNNs sNON NEARLY SICXOOO t i WORTH O- FCLoTHINGr TO BE SACRIFICED 200 Pairs of Mens Pants 75c to 325 t 300 Boys Suits 75c to 6rJ 100 Boys Knee Pants ten to fifty cents 500 Mens and Boys Overcoats all prices v J000 Mens and Boys Suits allprices f If we have what want prices will suit you See our Stock ofIQUILTS BLANKETS ETC Dont fail to visit Qur MILLINERY DEPARTMENT And See All the NEW and NOBBY STYLES TradeE V Elder a An Independent Weekly Devoted to the Interests or THE HOME FARM SCHOOL 60 CENTS A YEAR II BEREA planted 1000000 operators recently recently Bockham greatest curred recently education thought Main everyone you LARGESTft I ror I011 rI Iror 11 rII IoIo t pay you to como hero for your rcoat find a great stock to plain coats as low dollars or rich elegant garras fine as twentyfive and a of great bargains at 8 10 1250 and Up forget that we are head for everything else worn r or boy and t1Kentucky THEm m I1SADDLESI will for the next GO days sell any saddle in the shop at 10 percent reduction A full line of winter goods such Buggy Roles Sheets for Horses Colt Halters etc on hand lricos Low Quality guaranteed T J MOBERLY RICHMOND KY t Suc 08Bor to J T McClintock Main St Opposite Court House General Upholstery If four mattress needs remaking or your couch recovering or your FURNITURE RENOVATING ANDIv REPAIRINGIj sited bo glad to cull Rld give an honest estimate of inlet it will costyoltWork guaranteed Prices reasonable Address Walter TurnerBox 228 Berea Ky or care of Supt 0 A King r IHILNNHNNHHINNNNNNLNHNLHINIHHHHNNNMINMNMNNHNHMadison i I Manufacturers Fancy Roller Flour i Corn Meal Ship Stuffs Crushed Etc i Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor will be i hard to beat i I PRIDE OF MADISON is another Excellent Flour I L Potts Duersonil i Whites Station Ky i i N11 HHHIINNIHNLN111NNN11NI HNNINNS NN 11111HNNLNNN h If Its From Joplins Its Good j We wish to call attention to the largo assortment of Now Furniture now on sale at our store J We invite our Berea friends to make themselves at homo at JOPLINS meet your friends hero and consider this your headquarters when in Ricbmondi Wo guarantee quality of everything wo sell and invite com parison of price- sPICTUK12 D12PA11TMENT Mouldings in fashions latest dictates always carried and framing neatly done I CARPETS AND MATTINGSi- n groat variety UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY Day Phone 73 Night Phone 47 66 choose honest Corn JO Sa JOPLIN Richmond Ky F f ro t THE CITIZEN RELIGIOUS THOUGHTS Gems Gleaned from tIe Trnchlnc nf AH Denomination Submission to the divine mind Is es soloist for our personal happiness and future safetyRev George Adams Methodist Brooklyn Klrinriit of Cominniulliijr Iowor In nil things obedience and self ab negation are the elements of com manding power Uev Dr prank W r f Luce Methodist St Louis 1lnl the pet Gun The gospel gun Is Satans dread and the soul that has the courage to use will put him to Ulghtltcv Dr Wil liam J lloltzclaw Baptist Atlanta Gu Ilrlnrnliiu From tin Far Country The tar country Is never so far awa but that the pctiltcut prodigal can nu his wpy back trout It to the heavenly homestead Hev Dr Frank Do Witt Tulmage Iresbyterlfm Chicago Srtlnir the Good The very best trait one can develop Is the art of seeing only the good the perfect and the true and these are dis cerned from the God standpoint llev E E Mason Spiritualist Brooklyn Oulr Uriurdr POI III The Christian religion Is not only the philosophy of the social fabric but it Is also the only remedy for the Ills under which the race tJMoud from which the gospel sets men free Rev Dr battle Louisville Mo The Infinite Ilrnntr Paul declared that eye hath not seen the good things God had for them that love him It is only Unite beauty that the eye can see the Infinitely beautiful Is beyond its kenltev Dr Charles W Byrd Methodist Atlanta Ga Voluntary Choice The aggressive useful character Is produced by the voluntary choice of Jesus Christ as a personal Saviour and following hIm as leader Uy such characters God blesses the world Bishop Joyce Methodist Plttsburg Reliable Truth It Is a blessed comfort to knon that the large majority of the people desire an unchanging reliable truth that will hold both In life and In death Only let the anchor hold test and we shall restRev J L Lee Presbyterian New York Fur Poor n Well n lllcli Christianity was made as much for the poor man who cannot make re search as for the wealthy mind cultured The church Is not narrow She Is only loyal to God and the teachings of Christ Kev William Pardow Roman Catholic New York The Spiritual Sight Reason Is better than sight Rea son Is spiritual sight Reason builds evidences on which faith which is simply confidence In God or right reason leaning ou God eau rest satis fied and secure Rev Dr Landrum Baptist Atlanta Ga- Vluclaalr Service No man or woman CUll enter Into lire have eternal life unless there Is sonic uuselflsh service In their lives This unselfish service Is what gives life Its chief interest brings us Into its kernel does not teed us on husks Iter1 liilkovsky Unlvcrsallst Bal timore The gvpmeut of Lire The knowledge that seeks no expres slum in service is absolutely worthless Highest thought and highest knowl edge are tile equipment for life Wo 1must live nobly All vocations must sacred Industry is the flower of tho conscience of the race which you are to stand by and serve Rev Dr George A Gordon Boston to Harvard Seniors Ird Sin the llardent Thc first He Is the dllllcult lie to tell not the tenth not the twentieth not the fiftieth It is the first glass of whisky which Is the hardest to drink hot the one which the drunkard takes Just before he ciiters the reptile in habited dungeons of delirium tremens It Is the first seed of slim which Is hard to sow out thoflftieth nor the one hun TalyIIntellectual Honoty Intellectual honesty Is Intellectual proportion clearness and vigor It is ability to know how to relate the truths of life so as to give to each Its due honor In a clear and constructive tone It Is to be courageous and make the expressed belief of tho church confirm to the djep faiths of the heart of which man has never been wholly barren nod which under Jesus Christs teaching have been In the life of man Hev G E Cunningham Unlvcrsallst Kansas City Mo S Iteiiiurne nod llepentance We cannot emphasize too deeply the difference between remorse and repentance It sorrow for III doing could give assurance of absolution we might bellevctUat not only Judas but all others who have felt the overwhelming pain of retribution will be received Into the heavenly city but the sorrow for slim which commends Itself to God Is u sorrow which takes cognizance not merely of the sins consequence but of Its heinous character as offensive to GUllHo Dr Uurrell Dutch Reform ed New YorkTenchlncr the Goupel I Learning is before teaching but In acquiring the knowledge of Christ It need not bo long before Thus the gospel has spread from man to man for when t man acquired the grace of God he first Imparted this fact to his most Intimate friend and attempted to 4bring him In personal contact with This was but natural but yet the apostles did not contlue their teach ings to lUen of their own race alone So Christianity spread over the woriliI beginning as the gospel tells us at Jerusalem but the gospel says nothing an to where It shall enl1Itev E 0 Moore Congregationalist Providence nL CHILEAN LIQUOR LAW Some Clnmr That Will Knoourixtfl Lover of Temperance The Chilean liquor law wlilrli hns recently gone Into eRect tins several Klnts worth studying elsewhere says u writer In the Inlon Signal While not strictly prohibitive It Is boldly and rigidly restrictive Dramshop licenses are offered for smile every three years to the highest bidder but none be granted within 200 yards of amy school church charitable Institution or military barracks No liquors may stationtt or on nay railway train or to minors or between midnight and 0 In the morn lug The Chilean law in order to guard theJmover to hold or be In any way Inter ested in any liquor license If n Cull calm liquor dealer wants to hold pabll otllce he must first change his occupa tlon or It a public official wants to become a liquor denier he must quit his ofllce The Chilean new liquor law more over recognizes fully the principle of local option This extends not merely to cities but to city wards The pew plo of any section of n city may vote to create a prohibition district and ab solutely exclude the saloon from the neighborhood of their homes This is a great point gained The right of lo cal ward prohibition In our own cities is a point that should be vigorously pressed In our own country whenever the larger and better prohibition does not obtain While the provisions of this Chilean liquor legislation are strikingly thor ough it is in the very nature of the saloon business to evade law and resist restriction We do not feel that the new Chilean law Is Utopian In nay sense but It Is interesting to read a law which Is evidently Intended to be enforced This feature of It we heart lIy commend OSCAR ON TEMPERANCE Sweden Klnor Hspreniie Illmielf In No Uncrrtalnmcrmua Rev Francis E Clark recently had nn Interview with King Oscar II of Sweden and Norway In regard to the effort that is being node by the uma live races deputation to prevent the sale of opium mud Intoxicating bever ages to aboriginal tribes amid uncivil ized races In speaking of this Interview Dr Clark says After conversing on various subjects for n little lime the king asked me concerning the progress of the Christian Endeavor movement In America and Europe and then we approached the gjiectul object of the Interview the prohibition of opium and alcoholic liquors to the uncivilized races told him of the awful havoc wrought In the south sea Island where the work of Dr 1ulon and his fellow la borers has been almost undone by u few unprincipled trailer who have uupplled them with liquor and firearms 1 told him also of a recent visit to our secretary of state Mr flay In Washing ton a few weeks before with the rest of the deputation and of the assurances glen by Mr Hay that our government would take the matter up with the other nations concerned and of his hopesof complete ultimata success The king heard me most patiently and kindly and gave every possible token of his Interest and sympathy with the effort In retard to the whole matter of liquor legislation he talked freely and earnestly I have done all I can he Bald to keep alcohol away from the Lapps In my own domain and It Is absolutely prohibited In Lapland Ouru U u free country he went on to say and my subjects must regulate their own affairs but things are much better than they used to be When I was a young man we all got tipsy he continued a statement which he Immediately qualified by laying I do not mean that I did personally but that was the common custom while now drunkenness Is comparatively rare This last statement my own observation bore out for during several weeks In Sweden most of the time spent In the larger cities and towns I saw but one IntoxIcat- ed matt When I asked the king If I could assure the deputation and the American public of his sympathy with this effort to keep the vices of civilization from the uncivilized he replied with great earnestness Cer tainly certainly I most heartily sympa thlze with U What Women Tipplers Drink Right Rev Lelghton Coleman Epis copal bishop of Delaware who star tied his hearers In n mission address at New Brunswick NJ by the state went that there is an alarming Increase of intemperance among women along with n decrease of intemperance among men has repeated the statement After he made It committees of Impartial citizens went to the various fashlona ble hotels and womens restaurants taking notcsvof the orders of women patrons They found that to take tulles cordials oven whisky with meals was an almost Invariable rule among the wealthy and fashionable set Not only this but In so called tea rooms Intoxicants were served to WOI men who ordered them without eellIthe prctenfce of ordering a meal AmonIthe middle class of women the extending in other torlllsIXovel Wny to Fight Hum A new ajid practical arrangement for providing masons and other building laborers coachmen errand boys po licemen and others with cheap foodI and nonalcoholic drinks has been called Into being by the Berlin section of the German Society For Popular Hygiene At stated hours special carts pass through the streets ninth dispense sand vlches broad mood butter the sausages so dear to the German palate tea co coa coffee and soup all at the lowest possible prices Noel Suit nt Law Mrs Flora E MacEnally Lansing Mich Inns sued Edward II DakIn a ttaloon keeper for 20000 damages for selling liquor to her husband She alleges that her husbands life has been ruined his character destroyed anti she has been robbed of her support Mr MacEnally was a respectable man formerly a Justice of the peace a oar e c ROAD CONSTRUCTION SOME SUGGESTIONS BY A MICHIGAN HIGHWAY SUPERVISOR The Importance of DmliiKKr Point on lliilldlnK Earth llondii When anti linn1 to flrnilr llowr to Iniir vr Sand lllghnar At certain seasons of the year earth rvtd can be mode necund to tote hut nt other seasons they are almost Im passable writes A J JiiiKT In the Vlckdburg M Icli Herald CUll any tlilnti reasonable be done to Improve the average earth road either In its- most favorable or Its worst condition The object of this article Is to offs some suggestions ns an answer to this In the most lm ortant sub construeetint of earth rods No road whether earth or stone can long remain good without drainage Dralnngu niche will often change a bad earth road to a goof one and the best road may be de stroyed by the absence of proper drainage Many It nut most country high ways could be considerably Improved by thorough Hubdrulnage Most IllIIple api cnr to think that the sole object of drainage Is to remove the surface water but this Is only a small part of tlio objecj of underdralmige of roads The most Important object of under draining Is to lower the water level III time soil The action of the sun and the breeze will finally dry time surface of the road but If the foundation Is soft nod spongy the road becomes worn full of uneven places The llrst 8howel1l1U1these depressions with water and the road Is soon a mass of mud A good road cannot be main tained unless It has a good foundation and an umuliicd soil Is a poor foun dation while u dry soil will support almost any load All roads except those on pure sand can be materially Improved by tile drainage but I would not advise tile holing used except where underdraln age Is required Gravel or broken stone placed upon an undrnlricd foundation Is almost sure to sink gradually whatever Its thickness whereas a thinner layer upon an tindcrdraincd roadbed will give much better service toad tiles without gravel are better than roads graveled without tile The best tool to smooth the road grade with early In the spring Is a light drag used while the frost Is cow Ing out The road should be scraped lightly with the road machine as soon as It Is settled anti peaty grading should be dune early In the spring while the ground Is soft The road should not be rounded up or scraped heavily late In the summer or in time full fur then the earth thrown up In the center will out unite with the foundation even after being rolled unless the fall U an unusually wet one The proper crown can be easily and cheaply obtained by the use of the road machine or grader After thu roadbed hue been rounded with the grader If It has been drawn by teams It should be rolled with as heavy a roll er an Is available If the grader Is drawn by t traction engine the large wheels will coinjiact the earth better than any roller obtainable In the coun try and the engine will save the strength of the horses Roads on pure sand or nearly pure sand require very different treatment from roads on clay or loam Time pro ceding rules for time drainage of loam fond cloy roods must be reversed for sand roads Wet sand makes a better road thou dry sand and therefore draining a sand road Is useless anti xwslbly n damage Of coarse this is not true of quicksand as described n the first of time article but there Is very little If any of that found In sand roads ponds on quicksand arc Im proved by draining Sand roads are usually nearly level and need little It any grading They should not be crowned since they do not need surface drainage The tray clod portion should be simply leveled off The great disadvantage of pure sand as a road material Is the freedom wlh which the grains move one on tbo other Therefore to improve a sand road encourage grass to occupy all the space possible The roots will decrease the movement of the sand under the tread of the hoofs and wheels It is an advantage if vegetation oc cupies the surface clear up to the tray clod way both for time shade and for time binding erect of the roots Shade harms a loam or clay road but im proves a road of sand or broken stone since It prevents the evaporation of the moisture from the roadbed There fore a sand road can be permanently Improved by planting trees so as to shade the traveled way They will prevent In part the drying effect of the winds as well us Intercept the rays of the sun Making Encouraging Progress Good things crone slowly we mire told and good roads have been a lag Bard of the laggards and even now considering time light that has been shed on them und In comparison with what ought to be road Improvement can hardly be said to be doling more time pegging along says the lilngham ton N Y Leader But It has made a good start and If It does dot 11100I with the velocity of a falling body It Is1 making the most encouraging progress Good HondM IlrueUt All That good roads pay there can be nab doubt All classes III n community urn shurers in the benefit and the market value of real estate Is Increased troUlI 15 to 20 cent us against bad roads The tlClltruetlrulJellcls of good roullsI are mainly water and narrow wagon tires and for this reason perfect drain ago and the use of broad tires are 1m peratlve r NNNNNNNIN IN NNNNNN1 1 THE HOMEN- NNINNNNNNNIINNNNIIN INIMN- FOR THE TEETH Vo do not often realize what a blws fug it in hPhavo good tooth until wo lose u tea of theme nml while n dentist can supply n set that is better than Roan they cannot compare with those that nature provides Tho handsom oat woman would lose touch of her at traction if she had poor tooth and byIare few pooplu who cnro for their tooth IIH they should in enter to keep them in good condition hence the number of dentists increases timid they do n thriving business Nature never intended for us tonne tho teeth for n nutcracker and those that are used to crack hazoltmts with in childhood are usually tho flirt ones we loose They should he cleaned at least once a tiny with n brush that in soft and elastic An excellent tooth waste is made by putting two drachma each of powdered borax and tincture of myrrh in a gill of hot water and when cold add two drachms of win do cologneand bottle foruso Put It tow drops of this on time brush before cleaning tho teeth It also makes a goalmouth wash when miiixl with a little lukuwarm water purifying and sweetening the breath For a good tooth powder mix two ounces priHiip itated chalk one ouuco Jlowdlrtll bor ax and one ounce powden1Hoap and use twice a week Clean tooth lire u mark of refinement Hint never escajw the eve of tho observer Many a ersou has traced tho ho ginning of decay in tho teethe to carelessness in the manner of taking tiuc ture of iron atilt other strong medi clues when sick Whon such medicines necessary they may bo diluted with wator and taken through strttw Tho nurso should seothat the mouth in tinsel thoroughly and there would belittle danger of injuring the teeth What Housekeepers Should Not Do Dont clutter tip the kitchen whon getting a meal because it will take hours to clean up after tho meal is over Dont put a greasy spoon on the ta ble It leaves n stain which requires time to erase Put it in a saucer Dont crumple up your dishcloths Hang them out to dry Dont lair IJOiliogwlltor over china packed hi j paulIt will crack by the sudden contraction and expansion Dont blacken a stove while it is hot U takes morn blacking and less pdish Dont put damp towels and napkins tllOjVillllllltew Dont use good knives for scraping tho table A Teller knife costH ten cents and will answer tho pllrpOlIOI Dont pourboiling water and sons on grease spats Moisten tho spots first with a cold saturated solution of sal soda then scrub thorn with thoJ grain of the wool using cold soap sudsSdrttctl U S DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE WKATIIKil IHllKAl- Volutitnry OIe rvrra Mrlvorolofcirnl ICwnnl fur week rii llng Orlcilxr Its nrrea HUtlcm Maximum 80 Octol or2r Minimum 70 October 21 Mean TfiO1 Rainfall for week Oct 21 27 Hi in F D CABR REPAIR THAT LOOM Berea College Inns secured a market for hoinesuun and homowoven goods such as bed coverlids linen dross linsey jeans blanket etc at follow ing pricos Coverlids f 1 to M Linen 10 to HO cents n yard Dross Linsoy RO touts a yard Jeans 00 cents n yard Blankets natural brown wool or bark dyes 8 a pair White linsoy and whito blankets nro not in demand only on orders Coverlids must lie 2 yards 72 inches wide and 2j yards 00 inches long All dye used must bo old fashioned homo nmdo dyes Any woman who wants to soil cover lids or homespun to Borea College should find out what time College wants before beginning to weave or spin For information apply in per sou or by letter to Mrs Hettie W GrahamI Borca Ky Got a free sample of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets at S E WELCH Jits drugstore Thoy aro easier to take and moro pleasant in effect than pills Then their use is not followed constipation as is of ton tho case with pills Itogularsizo 25o per box N1NN11NN1 N111NNNNNN r THE SCHOOL NNNH11N111 1N11NNNN ATTENDANCE AND INTEREST How Secured For the School Enforced nttcndHiico without Inter eat will makotho school n failure Tho people cannot bo interested to send their children to school in tho country districts moro than five mouths in time year This they CUll do without duo sacrifice or tho neglect of training their children to work which is no small putt of a proper education Wo need strong school districts better schoolhouses and they more timer oughly equipped with well qualified end energetic teachers and most of all tho Interested ultendnnco of the pupils The money can bo easily provided to do thoso thugs so far as it can go Intelligent school ollicialn devoted to tho education of tho children moro than grinding mixes can accomplish much of tho remainder Wliilo many parents arts very indilTerent as to fhl education of thoir children I do not believe they want thum tolw ignorant any more thou they want them to IHI vicious and wicked As tho sinner needs to bo aroused to consider his Hinfnliietw nod lost condition those need to bo aroused to consider results of ignorance mind their respell sibility for tho education of their children I bollttVH that an annual town ship educational rally massmeeting ir picnic supervised by tho townhhip and district oilicials can bo held to very great advantage Make tilt day oneof pleasantness showing tho beau ty of true culture and education and lot every effort possible ho smile tr interest and please tho indifferent par tints Do not let them bo worried t dentin with lug winded theoretical speeches by someone who just wishes to air himself The oilicials can gen orally select some man who has thu confidence of thoir people and can wield an intlnenco over theta to speak to them on tho occasion The speaker should bo ono who cannot reason ably lo HIIIIItCtlllot having any stilt lain motive hut uuo who speaks front his lore for humanity and till CUUHO of education Then this must ho hollowed up by a froin housotoliomo CIUIVUHS by coin mitteomen and especially the teacher Iwforo the oM ning of time school JtibUcul nuttier m itmimlliic UUnnery From Coo 11t Ill viIJ Mich coats word of a wonderful discovery of a plouant tasting liquid that when used before rotirinir any ono troubled with a badcougl1 always in sures a good nights rest It will soon euro tho cough too writes Mrs gOlwrRtionHKings Now Discovery for Consump lion and Rover found its equal for Coughs anti Colds Its an nnrivalod tllfpomtoluugand 100 at Fast End Drug COB Trial bottles free NI NNINNNNN1NNINNNNNN II THE FARMI11 NN NN NNNa WHY KEEP POOR COWS Only tho rich Usti afford to keep poor cows ami tummy dont and tho poorer a man is the bettor nix tutu rows should holt ho is to iiinko n liv fug To see a poor maul keeping poor Cott0ixuxlghttoutnkts0mesfghntlhenhurt man cannot afford tow nxb his money en poor cows Usually wo Lear it said that too i oor man comet afford H to own good cows This is contnfry to all experience If ho can afford to own nay ho can afford to own tho IHWU Tho poor man who rof linen to spend tine monoy necessary to pun haso agocd LOW nnd finds enough to got hold of a second grado one miif t work double time to get nay potty and wait years Iniforo ho can hnnd up to a Uighir standard It is better to realize at tho iMginning that tho poor man had bet let put nil his monoy in half n dozen god cows than in u dozen or two in fetter ones In limo end ho will innko moro monoy The profits of dairying doHMid entirely upon the rows and system of raining feel aud giving it to till animals There is nothing elite limoeother At the PanAmerican model dairy there worn good hut not fancy heel OWN which made flO profit per year fur their owners after tho cost of fowl land boon deducted which by the WilY was bought in tho market and not rained on limo homo farms If ono good row will make that profit n hurl of ton or twenty should not end a pretty fair income This can bo unite iu almost nny region t Lion time grass ofofnrmiug and dairying are observed Mom can Im accomplitdird but this In enough to show what some dame can nlllinm doing It matter not so much what kind of html you have long as tilt ani mals mire adapted to dairying amid thoy an good ruprmtntntives of their rnco Kneh animnl stunt judged on its iudividiml merits nnd if out up to tin sHUnnl it should ism discard ed Trice dots not always monxuro the vnltio of n herviwablo row Sistine times high pricoH urn tacked on for curtain strnutund forms laid lnn l oliararlorlntioM which Mould not IM of any UNO to time onlinary dairyman AurllnrmlfiH Ihiirymnn The Wiirol furin Multitudes are Hinging the praises t of Kodol till nuts discovery which is making nmiiy sick peoplo well mid weak Moi lo strong by digesting what nwootonltlgthefoal into thin kind of pure rich roilttblood that inakcrt you feel gtxxl oil over Mrs Cr Troy I1writes For a numler of years I was troubled with indigestion anil dysixpain which grow Into time worst 1form Finally I was induced toils tlollllltJnrtlr using four bottles I am entirely enact I heartily rocom tiHMid Kolol to all Hiilfercrs from in acOItIby East hull Drug Co +PANSI doctored for a year and a half for what tho doctor told mo Wax gall I ntones I had read so much about tho relief Itipans Tabules gave other pcoplo thought I would got some I have used fight of tho 5 tuu boxes and have not hind a spoil sinco AT f DRUGGISTSJThe five cent packet is enough for an ordinary occasion The family bottle six ty cents contains a supply for a year Berea College m Pounded 1855 PLACES TilE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OF ALL Over 40 CollegeLibraryApplaud Science Two years course with Agriculture for young nu and Domestic Soionco for young ladies CountyCertificateAcademy Course Four years fitting for College forbiminoss mid for life Gnllcgis Con IHCH Literary Scientific Classical loading to Bacontmlaureate degrees yearsMusicWo arc horo to help all who will help themselves toward a Christian edti cation Our instruction is n free gift udonts n small incidental too to moot expenses of tho school apart torn instruction and must oleo pip I per board in advance Kxpoiiscf for term 12 weeks may lid brought wltbln 6154110 maul F15 to bo1nit in advance Time school endorsed by Baptists Christian Disciples Congregation nliflls Methodists Prosbyterians and good pooplo of nil JIIf t For sod tttttu Ihi WILL C GAMBLE Berea Madison County Ky I THE CITIZEN THE SUNDAYs roorLESSON v FOURTH NATIONAL SERIES rslr the trnpiiiii Jbss in ryr4Nli the llrv U NlrnniiC- bpjrlfht by Atwrlnn Prrw AxwcUllon The jjonl ciao IIIoko unto Joihua- JIow Important unit lion wumUrftil u but how Illtlo hriil DUO In suit to ilvc to Iii that tin only living and triii Uoil xliould tulk with u niortnl innn should ho ciioiiKh to inukc nil IcupllroMr talking of trivial mattiTN tint not M till Lord Ho IUVIT ways anything mi gherurIlu limit xxxll It Joil who ut sundry tlmon and In diver IIIIIIIIHTH MMk In tlnio juixt unto the father by thu prophets hulk In these IIIHI days upokeii unto IIH by ills Hon Hoe that ye nfnso not Hint tint speakrth- Ileb xII Mi 3 to the children of Israel nay I Ins Appoint out for you cities of refuge whereof I vpnke unto you by the hand nf At oiti In 1x Ml 13 Num xxxr 11 Dviif xix S II we find time which Cod t liiid Maid to MUNCH cuiirrriiliiK throe oltliH lire on each aide of Jordan Hvvry purpose of till Lord Nhnlt IK JHT formed kith for Ills pvoplf mid nuiiliist HH eiKnilcM Thin matter of thee ell leu wan In Ills pnriMwii Iln luau wild to Moneis 1idd now Iho time had come to perform JlII pnrinit Krotn nil eter Idly everything that ever has eomc Into or over will sidle to puns fUll IIII foriBKitii or foreordained by Otxl xv IS Upli III Hi- X lend thir shah he your refuge rum the avenger of blood Tho avtiifier or revenger of blood taken Imek to lee Ix Vhono fliiililftlt limos hltHlIll man idiiill hU hliMxl III idled quid this word to Nimh f WIIK tiientit1 to Israel In Kx xxt 12 III with the NnvhiK elAuso that If u man killed another unintentionally Cod would provide q nftiRO for nueli Ju4 tire minimi that n willful murdvrer 1101114orfelt own life hut the wuno juxtkv mild tint one killing an rnlhvg neNdeust lily Man not guilty of murder and till city of refuge cons fur him to flit to lot clveth to all lift and bonds mid nil thing Art4 nil Uo and He will not have IIU glfu do spinal or ill treated Yet Ho not willing that nny should prrlnli mid He linn no plennure In the death oven of the wleketl UI Pel III Ifeok xxxlll 111 Alt mankind ore guilty before loil and tnnem In Ills right and oil de i erve to the for their ulni but loll lutll provtiliil at Innmio rout a refuge for every penitent ulnner In dear oil by virtue of His great iiacrilloc Thy Ihhlt tAb him Into the city unto theta ami she him a place that he may dwell limon them Then wa n way preparetl to each city of refuge Ieut XiI III and every facility to enable the unintentional murderer to reach tho plaee of refuge and thlll iHtiplo of wrmLin 1tvrhrInrtmtld tile city eare fur him but these cllle of refuge were only for thom who went nut really guilty an doxcrlhcd In Deut xix Mi tt Our refuge tho Iml JIXUH ChrUt III tar the guilty the lout the unrlghtooux till ungixlly fur Cod fommcndelh Ills love toward In tlmt while we were yet dinners lirlxl ilUil for UII and be cniino of HU wicrllUw God eon IK Just umgollyalv axuurlng a welcome to fiery one who tndy CUIIICH tu Him John vi 37 s And If the avenger of tilooJ pursue after him Ilirn elicit they not deliver they Jilayrr up Into hna hand The man to be feared was the t nvenger verea 3 n It or an It U In Num xxxv ill SI al as 27 the re venger flue wimtt word Is translated redeemer III Job xix as 1x xix U Iso xll II xllll It nnd a flexed other plaiHt In Ituth II III U etc It U u near Ulnsman url In the margin one that hath right to redeem nil of Which U at leant suggestive of the pro eloiiH truth that tho Avenger whom thud hnIHlniRelf up ytiig no sin of HU own nutTcrcd our slim to bo laid UJMIII Him and by dying In our r stead the just for the unjiiHt has bo J some our Itwleemer our true City oft Refuge He also U HlmHclftho pro parv l way John xlv 0 lieu x OI rand Ho IllniHolf welcomes all who come to Him and assures them of their eternal safety Jolla x 27 28 c He shall dwell In that city until the druth of the hliih prlvRt If nt nuy time ho wins found outside- of the city before the death of the high priest the avenger was tree to kill him if ho found til ni Num xxxv 2028 h and horn la n mtggcxtton of the truth that by tho death of our High Priest on till cross In our stead wu are made free from all condemnation It la Ills resurrection from till dead that really makes us free for If He bo not risen we are yet In our sins I Cor xv 17 79 These were the cltlc appointed nor all the children of Israel and for tht stranger that nojourneth among them that whosoever klllelh any person at unawares might nee thither Note Owls appointed refuge for Is rael or the stringer nnd note also tho blessed whosoever reminding us of John III 10 Ilev xxll 17 According to Canon Fntissct the very name of if r mch city Is suggestive of the Lord JesuR Chrlit Kcdetdi holy Itch vii J 20 Sheehem shoulder Iwi Ix 01 t 1Jroll fellowship I Cor II Hezor highxr Ps xllll II f for those who are truly In Christ ever 1lie lost uccorUIng to John x 2721 saved person may not livey yet n truly i In the fellowship which Is his privilege nod thus experience much loss here and hereafter I Cor III Hjlp 1 t Wa promptly obtain uoYrcliu11 Send model sketch or of Intention frcerernton Pa tenUanlARKS lentaullty For free lori Mntiirnl Antlrty- Mothers regard approaching winter with unOftHinOflfl cliildron take cold no easily No disease costs moro little lives than croup Its attack is no sudden that tho sufferer Is often beyond litttnan aid before tho doctor arrives Such cases yield readily to Oho Ml mi to Cough Cure Liqtiifloa the IIUICUH allttjf inllammation ro mOntH danger Absolutely sale Acts imtiuxliatoly Cures coughs colds grip bronchitis all throat nnd lilt g trouble P S McMahon Ilamptou Ga A bait cold rendered tno voice IIWB just before an oratorical contest intended to withdraw but took Ono Mintito Cough Cure It rcstonxl my voice in time to win tho modal For Bnlo by Kant End Drug Co i1EOOrtUKJHT AUIMICAN PBItt liOt VTlien MarV riiHill inunx ho wont into the honw He pimNil lulu tho li brary whom ho found Inura Slut Mfinetl tu fun1 eilxler Hunt when Mark lint lieen up Main lint she wits in eon tinual ilrimd Mark nckeil her to sit n wifu fncing unit window while he wit facing another Then well have the position enllladed ho raid loon situ not iindurvtand what that MKillit hut idio did ai he desired They s it thus without unnvring the watch to rolux during three delightful hour delightful notwithstanding the danger Mark wins In Laura wanteil un account of his nllventun in Chatta iioogit and ho gave it When she came to Sonrls I sirt In lust 6scajo Liuni wn4 vlkllily iifftited Indeed ho Intensely werw tier fivllngn wrought njinii by this ortliin of the story that she started nt every wmiul rwilUInK the more i or fectly that Marks nock wns still III jeojv nrdj Then camennacoountof the trial tho march to thn conrtnMin tho wnltlng far PrtafuiCanoronjlrz Then it was fill out that hind defended the spy and Launi CUll fessed that the was File Hughs be trothed In tho midst of thud excitement attend lug nil tht Mrs Fein entered carrying n silver tray on which wow a basket of cake nnd n decanter and glosses A little luncheon may not amiss Mr Ilhctt she Mid I dont know your South Cnroliim customs in sncli matters hint my daughter toad I occa sionally take n litucult nt this hour Mark roconnd fucIlll1oolll Ills hand went to his heart mutt he Ixiwed low Laura tOll roc o and stool looking at her mother Madam said Murk cmi ever fori get this kindness I If yon wilt discover tho oro you seek on our property shall feel amply roJ paid wild tho lady luntentiously Trttht me madam I will have dim tonne I jNoneIng for ore in the government service Mark stood with the stem of a wiu gluM between hU thumb mid finger nt propriating to himself such tuiprus o ment nil would naturally flU tho urea ot n South Carolina geologist hunting for iron with which to make cannons f r the government I flint in u fascinating study ie lIut1cl l rMnI Pain whuo wits a 11 t reader and u very intelligent woman Now Mark though mi educated ir in and burn to a taste for the sciences n fortunately knew lew about the pro tI eioiMie had temjiornrily adopted an any other There are some curious geolo al facts Mrs Fain went on which ul wayi interest me I was rending yes or day that H famous geologist has said t net centuries 1 Provo forgotten how in ny were consnmeil while Niagara I till were Wearing their wily from Lewu on to the present site How long woi it professor Im sure yell have that tI IOU could not have been less thlm lye hundred years madam said Mark ny ing great stress on the figures as sc Ill thing enormous Five hundred I thought it vas something like twenty thousand Mark perceived that he lout mni H gross blunder but It would never di for him to acknowledge it I nm aWare he IIAldhthat site i is tho opinion of a certain school of gctilo glstl with more ItSsurnllCU titan brl us InIuOI the Mosaic account of creation butt re garth their position untenable There was a pleased look on Mrs Fi us countenance She belonged to theJ fist denomination and believed t or onghly that the world woe made iuilx days of twentyfour hours each Professor she said withdraw from the room at the same time It t mat you will j remain in the neighbor hood n long w tile and I beg you to honor us by nmking this house your homo in the nioantinia Murk writ si muling with a halt filled glass of wiiiol in hula left hand while his rigid was on fiiis heart Sirs FAllllllnlltJ- her exit throj ugh the door by which Mio hind come op anlng intotho dining room AH trill door d hosed Mark woes Uliiling to the floor ndnj inibly representing n South olden time He like a low cry half hellnljllollllhlng from Laura Tllrnlll her ho wiw her eyes fixed in n stare on wane object nt the door ore ning into the hull Another turn of hUl tend and there stash the fig are of Copts III Cameron Fit Hugh Twice oo oro loot Mark seen twt face uIIlroachll11mleft it for 0 ittnnooga nod onco when the young Confederate had defended him nt the trial No uoom r hud Captain Fitz Hugh laid eyes on Ms rks face than IIB recognized tho spy he hind defended at Chattanooga Profesu or ho said coolly you are very adroit Mark tu rued scarlet and then ashy I ale Fur a moment it seemed that hU legs wouU nut supjiort him It required time for him to collect himself to make any reply whatever Since j on are so good at extricating yoursulf from difticnltiea you have n tine opportunity to show your skill now Fitz Hugli gpoko with ills hand on the handle oil huts pistol May trouble you to tkjow up your Bonds professor It necessary said Mark I am mute rel A picture of his certain fate Hashed across bJII mind anti ho wished Fitz Hugh wt old shoot him On ye mr word of honor Why do you IIIk such question You kno w that I am an arch deceiver At Iii Iy rate you are a gentleman Never to tint throwing tip your hands- Meanwhile Mark hall been giving his heart tillie to ceiso thumping and livid gatheriMl his wits Laura rcmalneil silent staring nt them lxth an hough she had lost her reason hind lib a hnnilriil things to say her tongue could not have been mule to utter or o Markl tnnud toward Fitz Hugh nail looked mini cqnare in the face Ho had conceirjed an idea n forlorn hope it is s n hope Quick to discern peo ples i culliiritiis 1m luau gotten an hr filght it to Fitz Hughs character when that oil leer hind defender him at Chatta nooga lie now reAolved to take advan tage of that knowledge Call tain ho said notwithstanding the po lion In which you saw me a few days 41 o notwithstanding tho luinfnl sitnntii u in which you see mo now you hav ijvn iMith occasions done mo tho liom r to consider me a gentleman I assttino to a jicrceptlon in this respect riot Itsn cecn than yours Indeed so HUM am of tho delicacy the refinement of our instincts that I feel perfectly sit f under this root surprisediiplark stool with lust arm ontstrutcheil IluhlUUhtnlntn1F Hugh Laura which Fitz Hugh gazed from winowonlJ explain further captain A a titer non cannot mis eatkeItI sir said Fitz Hugh thud I cannot honorably enter this house anti profit or cause my country to profit by what find here without the consent of the Inmates do Mrs Fain is tho acknowledged head of this house anti slue U evidently lIe ceived But I eoui the to Miss Fain the right to speak for her I acknowledge Mil Fains right to hold mo to thlll secret if any ontf Pins such a right But when Miss Fain shall haVe been fully advised of all the facts Pardon me she knows all you knowThen when Miss Fan shall have duly considered the interests of her country am quite sure she will give her consent Tho attention of both men became Pixel upon Laura for It was evident that sue would be called upon to make a decision between her country our her lover on the one hand and the defenseless Union spy oi tho other She wits standing near trio sofa on which she had been sitting steadying herself by resting her hand on the back of n chair It was a moment of intensest feeling to all three Launi know the sterling worth the sense of honor and duty of her lover She knew that if she lucid him to secrecy he would consider it evidence that she permitted her interest in the spy to overwhelm her Reuse of duty And would he not attribute her protection to something more tender than an ordinary interest Fitz Hugh realized her position indeed there seemed to hush into path of them the feeling that her decision would lie be tween two niun =her lover nnd the Federal spy With Mark it was a ques lion of life or death Miss IIII1Laurn wild Fitz Hugh speaking slowly and Impressively I ask your irmissioii to give up this im postor pardon mo sir for the plainness of my language it is essential tliU spy who desires to parry information north to the detriment of our country who reeks tho defeat of our cause tlio cause tu which your brother is every tiny risk lug hU life lastly though this may bo a matter of sniijll importance the cause for which your lover would lay down my life as I would lay it down for you It seems to mo that it is a question be tween your duty anti your inclination Does it seem no to you It hoes Then tell me may 1 send for a guard to ttko hll1l Laumn eyes shown like those of a tigress nt buy In u firm clear voice the sold No lour n fow moments there was tho sllllnea of donth Silo tins decided in year favor sir said Fitz Hugh whoso color loft hits cheek when Laura spoke tho little word that decided his and Sharks fate You have nothing to fear from me Then turning o Laura I can understand the motive tho temptation Tie net remains You may consider yourself released front all ties with one whoso act you do not approve said Laura Hu it so sod he turned to go Mark sprang forward and seized him by the wrist My God this shall not be You be lieve that thus fs duo to more than an ordinary womanly interest in Fain forme It is oat I swear to you on the honor of a gentleman and a soldier that Miss Pain tins manifested no other feeling than ono of commiseration for n man hunted for huts life Your words do you credit sir Miss Fain wilt you make my adieus to your mother And I leave it to you to im part to her whatever if anything you may have to say as to the reason for my farewell to you He turned quickly and left the nxftn CHAPTER XVIII OFF ton TIII UNION LINES Iou vine tt a gcntlc mttn oaf lair poor iriffc rush Marks first h itiisitter Fitz Hughs departure was to leave the house at once He tried to say eomdthing to Laura to soothe her to oxcnse his own unfortunate imrt in her brew king with her lover lie conM only go to lien and taking her hand kissed it without a wonl Thou ho told lien that he should take thn rik of capture all depart in ManU lOIlII1WIIIIriding up to the veranda diew II letter front his belt and humlcdU to a iiegrr who wont wt to receive it It was for Sirs Fain It had bon sent through tho lines from Nashville whore leer iris Idind was lying dmigeronsly ill and begged her to come to Mm After its crnsul Mrs Fain determined to set out t ho next duty taking with her her daughter and would drive witittusilrutid Dntltu You shall go Mark This is fortunate In our com I nay you will be far safer that trying to make yinir way alone It occurred to Mark that since he was being hnncd as a half starved creature iii this disguise of a negro girl ho would ie less liable to suspicion as a well dressed man traveling with u party of southern ladies than in nay other choir actor At any rate ho took thus view of it and when Mrs Fain announced her intention to go he offered to escort tho party to the Union lines Thou offer was accepted and prepara tines were made to leave the next morn lug Mrs Fein wrote a note to the officer in command ut Chattanooga to send with the letter she had received from her tins band for his perusal asking for a pass for herself Imr daughter and two serve lints Murk took the missives and went out to find Daniel who hud just re turned from Chattanooga I 001111111II goen to Mo surf mid they sayd day was gncii to Knnxvillo Doy was niaehesii- marcher till do same way I fullered n diybrutig up ut do depot n I son one train after mmdJer go quit full o sojers inside lIIulll1m ell ou to tie platfom and on do roofs v How many trains did you see go out 0runt forty hundred Daniel said Mark smiling at the figures youre smart as u whip But youll hove to go right buck to Chatta nooga and take this note to tho con manding officer with this letter from your sick master to show him Thou note is1u request for a pass for tho party to Union Pines Keep your wits about yon and if lie is un easy going sort of a Stan you might try to get him to put in three servants instead of two At sty rate try to ring mo iji if you can Do you understand Reckon I do saps Can you read A lettie Missio Laura learned me Well read tho pass he may give you and ask him to fix it so that it will in clude me as u servant But you must use your judgment Daniel drove again to Chattanooga Mark waited anxiously for his return Indeed Ill impatient was he that he thought the negro had been gone twice as lung us he hUll whets ho SAW luau thrive into the yard Ho at once went out to the bum to moot him Any luck he asked anxiously I got do puss for misses and do res hurt I didnt get what yo wanted I got u jwiper hyur Mebbo Itll do Murk took tho paper It was a pass for Thomas Green tend wifo from Chat tanooga to tho Union lutes How did you get this asked Mark turpriscd e III huh to walt while folks was gotten passes De oulcer go out to do udder room fur a moment Dis was layen on ilo tiOsitn 1 tub hit np aunt lining hit away Wel said Mark its not exactly what I writ but ingenuity will have to help mo through Youre a trump DanielIn morning when all was ready for tho departure two vehicles were brought around to the door trio one a two horse carriage tho other Lauras phaeton drawn by her pony Mrs Fain entered the former with Alice Daniel being in the drivers seat Laura and Mark got into tho phaeton Mark took the lead designing to make for Battle Creek The distance was not twenty rules and ho knew that they could make it in a few hours It was a bold game ho was playing but the proximity of tho halter wits wearing on he desired to get rid of stun pouse Besides his presence connected with his critical situation was wearing on Laura He therefore felt mi exhil crating pleasure when they drove out of tho gate and trotted along the pike westward Hope cheered him All went well during the first ten or twelve miles when Mark received a piece of information which seriously in terfered with his plan Meeting a courier riding toward Chattanooga who looked us if ho might Im the bearer of some important news Mark hauled him and asked if ho lead anything from the front rightrsmnrtthemai air left Battle Creek Mark argued thai if this were true there would bo confusion on that route nail it would bo letter to take another They were not far from the road leading from tho Chattanooga pike north to An derson on which tho Slacks lived Mark concluded to take thus road as tar as Anderson and then strike west with a view to reaching McMinnville on the other silo of the mountains Mrs Fain left all to Professor Illicit in whom she hud Perfect confidence and on coming to the road in question Mark led the party northward The charge of route was unfortunate inasmuch AS it would add another duly to the journey The departure from the Fain lesidenco had been delayed by the preparations till nearly noon McMinn villa was n considerable distance over the mountains and Matk knew they could not reach it that night He re membered that they would soon pass the SI tucks and it occurred to him that it would bo a capital place to mss tho ought giving them a good tiny of twelve hours light on the morrow to pursue their journey Ills disappointment ut the delay was compensated for by the thought that ho would likely learn something of Seoul and Jakey of whom ho laud heard nothing Rinco lie left thorn in the Chattanooga jail Murk told Laura of his plan She was distressed ut the delay Something Beemed to tell her that it would bring trouble But Marks reasoning was un answerable and there seemed nothing else to do If they must spend a night anywhere it would better bo among those upon whom Mark could rely At last they drove up at the Slacks gate Murk handed the reins to Laura jumi impatient tine Not huirocecded in the front of house to the rear The first person ho met was Jake lIe took the boy up and hugged him Are you glad to nee your big brother JakeyV Air th corn ripe Souri camo out of the house her big eyes glistening and her expressive face radiant with pleasure and excitement She had heart nothing of Mark since he bybothYou nun air safe I knowed it she said almost in a whisper She could hardly ispeak for joy For tho present Souri thanks to youMark asked no questions then He knew lint they were safe and nt homo and he hastened to inform them and tho father and mother who cane out to welcome him that ho was with a party who was unaware of huts true character which they must not betray and desired per mission to stay in the house over night Then ho led then around to the gate Daniel hUll meanwhile caught up and the two vehicles were halted in tho road We will spend the night with these good people said Mark They are quite willing and will make us as emu fortable as possible Tho party alighted and tho horses were driven to the barn Mrs1Fuhi mid her laughter were given room in which Murk hud changer his clothes when he went through to the south and Mark was assigned n bivouac on the gallery or in the barn or any other place he might sir lectAn npology for a meal was carried in to Mrs Fain mid Laura which they left untusted preferring a luncheon they hud brought with them in a basket After supper Lanra camo out mid legged Mark to bring Souri mid Juke to speak to her Sho smoothed Jukeys tumbled hair out of his eyes and asked him if he remem boned lien Jake was about to reply in hue usual fashion when he checked him self and for time first time since Mark had known him answered directly Souri stool eying Laura from tho cor hers of her black eyes with a mingled expression of admiration and antago nism Laura sploke to her kindly but got only monosyllables in reply Mark passed then evening with the Slack family listening 10 u recital of Souris slid Jukeys experience after he load left thorn in tho jail nt Chattanooga and ho gave them an account of his own adventures After ell were asleep that night Mark took Farmer Slack out into tho yard where they could converse unheard and developed a plan ho had conceived for Soul and Jakey- It Js duo to your son std daughter lie said that I am here nt this moment indeed tllwealthy I am alive I belong to a family and am wealthy myself It only requires means to make a splen did woman of the girl and a fine man of thou boy for means will produce educa tion and education is tho open door to a cusiritntA career I am going to leave with you a letter to my father in Ohio which will contain an order for a sum dent amount of money to insure both Jakey and Soon an etlncatian Take or send them north present tho letter and you will find everything provided for you Sour may not consent at onco but doubtless she will in time Now I trust have pen and paper You nuts is a good nn stranger Y treat us far Hadnt you bettor send the letter wheny git noth No I must write it tonight I am by no means safe my neck is still in n halter The man led the way to his Jjed room where the old woman was sleeping There he produced writing materials and Mark wrote an order which whether ho lived or not insured the future of his two friends his preservers among tho poor white trash of Tennessee TO BE coimmrrD Necessary Expenses for Twelve Weeks School Persons who board themselves can spend as much or little as they choose on living expenses U pays to have a little extra money forilcct ures boob and other things But the ncccwarjr cxpentca are only as follows To pay the ant tray jAim IIALL School Incidental Fee I Ex N 6o 4 Hospital Fee 25 25 perocs etc about 2 00 2 00 General Deposit 00 FurnUhttl loom fuel 4 24 8 25 Fiat Months Board 6 6 00Jltl r f i 50 Beginning 2d Mo Board 6 00 S 00 BlglnlllK 3d Mo Board 5 t 00 28 t Oenl Deposit returned 1011 00 Total Expense 12 Week 37 37 For those below A Grammar deduct tho tllor txx ki andti from Incidental too making the J total only V3130 i When four girls room together each saves 1 orimore on room lied fuel making the total only 822no If clawed below A Grammar a Room sod fuel cost one dollar morn In the Winter term Two rooms for housekeeping with stoves etc can usually be rented for from W to 16 a term The price of n big calf a little tanbark or a few liom pau bedcovers will given term of school which will change ones whole life for the better A Weak Stomach Indigestion Is often caused by over eating An eminent authority says the harm done tb s exceeds that from the excessive use of alcohol Eat all the good food you want but dontover load the stomach A weak stomach may refuse to digest what you eat Then you need a good digestant like Kodol which digests your food with out the stomachs aid This rest and the wholesome tonics Kodol contains soon restore health Dletlngunncces lary Kodol quickly relieves tho feel log of fulness and bloating from which some people suffer after meals Absolutely cures indigestion Kodal Natures Tonic ProyaredonllbyLODaWirrdCoOblcagotTh II bouu contains times la we slit Three Years in Richmond And out of all the sots of tooth that have boon xnado at my ofitco if there is one set or any sets that show any defects I will make a now sot free We are making tho best set of teeth in the world for 750 and if detects show in Ive years we give you a new set free This applies to all the teeth I have made or am going to make the Mst alloy fills in the world at 75 cents DR HOBSON Dentist Permanently located in the Hobsor Buildingnext door to Gov ernmont Building Richmond Kentucky Reference Richmond National Bank Special Price to Students NOT IN ANY TRUST Many newspaper have lately given eutrrney to report by lrreeonslhle parties to tlioelUvt that THE NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE CO had entered a trust or combination wo wish to llellro the public that there U no truth In Mieh rtiwrts We havo been iminnfucturlns Fcwluc machine for over a inmrterofu matt ry and luivu established n reputation for our calve nnd our uue hlnes that II tho envy of all others Our Vets Home machine hits never been rtriiUd a Gunny machine It stands at the limit ofnil IIlull irnile sewing machines and stand on Its turn merits TIr llnine tntheontv rrallu ItHi U GlliltK Reefing Machine on the fIIRkrrtIt Is not necessary for us to enter Into nlrvut- tu save our credit or pay any debts as wo have no debt to iy Wolinvo never entered tutu competition with mannfueturvniof low gnulo cheap machine that are made to veil regardless of any Intrinsic merits Do not bo de ceived when you wnntu sew mig macliltiodout end your money away front home call on a Wets home Deader ho earn sell you n better machine fur less than you can purchase elsewhere If there Is no dealer near you write direct to us THE NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE CO ORANGE MASS m New York ChlM1f1Ifl Ht Louis Mo Atlan ta Un Ban Francisco Cut SISCO CO NlebolasYille Ky The CitizenFI- FTY CENTS A YEAR r fft THE CITIZEN AN ORDINANCE At a regular meeting of tho Board of Trustees of the Town of Berea held at S E Welchs store in Berea Ky on Oct 13 1P02 on motion an aye and nay vote having been taken J Burdette voting yea T J Osborne voting yea S E Welch voting yea nays none tho following ordinance was unanimously carried and the fol Jowing notice ordered printed in Tilt CITIZEN in at Toast three issues of said paper between this date rind Nov 10 1102 fhn Board of Trustees of the Town of Berea do ordain as follows That bids for the sale of the franchise for tho period of twenty 20 years for erecting maintaining and operating a telephone system anti exchange in the Town of BeroaKy and the use of streets alleys avenuesparks squares and other public places in said Town for that purpose be advertised for in THE CITIZEN a newspaper published in Berea Ivy that bids be received for the purchase of said franchise right etc at the meeting place of said Board of Trustees of the Town of Berea Ky while in session at its reg ular monthly meeting on the night of Nov 10 1S02 Provided however the bidders for said franchibeagrou and bind themselves in their bids to give immediate connection after erecting the plant at ller aKywith an exchange at Richmond Lancaster and rit Mt Vernon all in the State of Kentucky together with the country subscribers of said exchange and fur ther that the maxium rate for dwell ings shall not exceed 75c per mouth and for business houses per month The right is reserved to reject any or all bids SE WELCH Chairman orI Attest the Board of Trustees E ROBINSON Town Clerk NOTICE TO BIDDERSI Notice is hereby given that bids will be received publicly by the Chair man and the Board of Trustees of the Town of Berea Ky while in session at the regular monthly meeting Nov 10 1902 for the sale of the franchise for the period of twenty 20 years for erecting maintaining and operat ing a telephone system and exchange in the Town of Berea Ky and theI use of streets alloys avenues parks FquareVaud other public places in said Town for that purpose be advertised for in THE CITIZES a newspaper published in Berea Ky that bids 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 regular monthly meeting on the night of Nov 10 1902 Provided however the bidders for said franchise agree and bind themselves in their bids to give immediate connection after erect ing the plant at Berea Ky with an exchange at Richmopd Lancaster and at Mt Vernon all in the State of Kentucky together with the coun try subscribers of said exchange and further that the maximum rate for dwellings shall not exceed 75c per month and for business houses I per month The right is reserved to reject anyi Or all bidsIS E WELCH Chairman of Attest 4 the Board of Trustees E ROBINSON Town Clerk NpremU Like Wild re When things are the best they become lithe best selling Abraham Hare a leading druggist of Belleville 0 writes Electric Bitters are the host selling bitters I have handled in 20 years You know why Most diseases begin in disoders of stomach liver kidneys bowels blood and nerves Electric Bitters tones up the stomach regulates liver kidneys and bowels purifies the blood strength nun the nerves hence cures multitudes of maladies It builds up the entire system Puts new life and vigor into any weak sickly rundown man or woman Price BO cents Sold by the East End Drug Co This will save your Lifer i By inducing you to use Dr Kings New Discovery For Consumption Coughs and Colds CurerNOgist will warrant it- ABSOLUTELY CURES Grip Influenza Asthma Bronchitis anlAffectionTRIAL BOTTLES FREE Regular Size OO cents and 100 That Throbbing Headache Would quickly leave you if used Dr New Life Pills J Thousands of sufferers have proved their matchless merit for Sick and Nervous Headaches They make pure blood and build up your health Only 25 cents Money back if not cured Sold by East Drug Cot r MMMIMMM MNH1NM11NHHNNHM1111 iHN1MH1H LOCAL AND PERSONAL I 1N1NNHN11N NHN11 BEST BREAD at Bicknell S Earlys Mr Fayette Sigmon is putting upi new house on Depot street The stock at tho Racket Store iu Richmond is fresh and complete A good Handsaw for f0c at the Racket Store Main street Richmond KyMr and Mrs W D Sharp of Un ion Mills are visiting J C Sharp and familyShelf Hardware at bargain prices at the Racket Store Main street Rich mond Ky Prof and Mrs Marsh are receiv ing congratulations upon the arrival ora little son J C Buruam our Wost End bar ber has his new twostory houseroof ed and enclosed Mr Humphrey Hill has moved into the new house recently erected by W F Kidd on Estill St The family of Mr John Bogs is having two cases of severe illness Misses Mary and Bessie A E Robinson has sold his prop erty on Depot street to T J Rich arllsonIDf Estill county Mrs Bales of Cumberland Gap is here with her soninlaw and daughter Mr and Mrs G T Spencer- T J Moborly the Saddle and Harness man of Richmond has a tine stock of goods in his line Mr J H Brannaman has added a secondstory to the rear of his house so that his entire roof is on a level Mr Chas D Davis has bought a lot next to Mr Roystons on Center street and is building a new house Mr Kidd has bought is enlarging and improving the house for several years past owned by Humphrey HilU Dinner Plates 30o a set 13 inch Meat Platters lOc each at the Rack et Store Main street Richmond Ky Covingtont Banks of Richmond are uptodato Clothiers and Gents outfitters and are worthy of your pat robageSubscribers who have taken ad vantage of our Bible Offer are greatly pleased with the fine Bible they received Standard Goods ol all kinds at low prices at the Racket Store Main St Richmond Ky ONE mice TO ALL J McCollum left Berea on Monday to spend the winter with her daughter Dr Sally McCollum of ChicagoMr West of Garrard coun ty has bought tho Logan house on Center street and is building an up right part to it The sickness of Waldo son of Dr and Mrs Lusk terminated in his death on Monday last The parents have tho sympathy of the community Rev D Parker a Baptist minister of Livingston called on us Monday andsubscribed for TUB CITIZEN and the International Bible premium OUR PREMIUM SEWING MACHINE isas good as you can get from any agent for FIFTY DOLLARS and you can get it without costing you any moneyat all Salesmen Wanted to look after our interests in Madison and adjacent counties Salary or commission Ad dross Tho Harvey Oil Co Cleveland OhioMrs Gertrude M Todd is pleasant Iy located in the home of Mrs Em brees son iu law Mr Rathbun at Opal Wyomng as instructor of the childrenThe Aid will begin in Han son Hall the first Wednesday in Nov at 100 p m Applications for membership may be sent to Mrs Dodge or Mrs Hays Our former townsman T A Rob inson has a fine stock of jewelry silverware clocks etc at the old Armor stand in Richmond He is doing a fine trade Reuben Kirby who has been on an extended visit to his son in Atlanta Illreturned Friday and reports bountiful crops and prosperity in the Sucker State Jo S Joplin of Richmond has the largest and best selected stock of Fur niture of all kinds to be found in many a mile His prices are very low and he guarantees the quality Rov Geo McCollum Beftm College 90 of Dundee Ill has just made a short visitat his sisters Mrs E L Hanson and preached in the Congregationalchurch last Sunday night George A Kikendall who has been with the Students Job Print since February loaves tomorrow for Darlington Ind where ho has accepted a position as manager oLtho Darling ton Echo The city taxes for tho yoitt 1102 are now duo Call on tho Marshal and settle them All delinquent taxes for the year IKM unless paid by October 31 1902 will bo advertised as tho law directsSix tin pail 10cents Three cakes tar soap IjII Four ounces smelling salts 10II All first quality goods at TUB TEN CENT STORE next door to postoibco Richmond Ky A largo and enthusiastic meeting of citizens held in the Tabernacle Sat urday p in was addressed by lion W L umrallof Harrodsburg Republican candidate for Congress and b lIonoW T Harris and A T Chenault of this county On Saturday last thorough house to house visitation of Bertnuiud its suburbs was carried on by represenatives of the several Sunday schools of the town acting in concert after thorough preparation anti a special districting of the territory HELP WANTED F F and G C Hall former Berea students now operate a Mail Order Business the only one of tho kind in the U S For free price list and information ad dress C F Hall Co 105107 W Adams street Chicago Ill Yale Berea references given if desired The Berea Banking Co solicits your banking business Every favor and courtesy exteuded that is consistent with safe and conservative banking Come in and set us and lets talk it over J J Moore President- J Burdette Vice Prosident W H Porter Cishior L G Williams Asst Cashier- E T Fish Director P Cornelius Director J E Johnson Director 11N1NNM111N1NNN 1NH H1 N1 N rCORRESPONDENCE NNNNemN M M MHM1N1N11NN PERRY COUNTY DWARF Henry Engle who was taken to Hyden for medical treatment is dead leaving a wife and sevei children Died recently W M Grigsby son of Mr and Mrs Ben Grigshy from con sumption Mr and Mrs J Combs and two sons of Morgan county vis itetl friends here recentlyDr Lee Owens has gone to Louisville for med ical advice Tho teachers meeting on Lots Creek last Saturday was a very enjoyable occasion H Owens one of our farmers has harvested 7fi bush cia of sweet potatoes Miss Nannie Cornett is making her homo at Haz ardMiss Ellen Holliday visited here last SundaySuda Owens daughter of Mr and Mrs E Owens has been ill for some timeRachol Owensis teaching on Pigeon Roost Mrs B Davidson had a letter from her son C D Davidson from Coin in bus He iq in the army OWSLEY COUNTY GABBARD Mrs Minter of BoonoVillo is visit ing her son R W Minter of tide place Mrs Margaret Moore is not very well Indian Creek has her share of loghaulers this year The noise of the wagons can bo heardon every sidoR W Minter lea n flue lot of Kaffir corn this yearWe are having nice weather Nearly everybody is done making molasses C B Gabbard has two potatoes that weight 7J IbsT L Gabbard of Booneville and Andy Osborne of Meadow Creek were hero Tuesday on business Mrs Jno L Gabbard was on Cow Crook Wednesday on busi nessMiss Hattie Moore and James Gabbard attended a picnic at T P Gabbards school on Cow Creek Sa turday It was a pleasant occasion and well planned ROCKCASTLE COUNTY DISPUTANTA The meeting at the Baptist church at East Scaffold Caueclosed Sunday withseven additions The meeting was conducted by Rev Parker who is an able expounder of the Gospel Squire J M Reynolds is attending fiscal court at Mt Vernon this week Misses Martha and Flora Roberts of Borea visited Chessie Reynolds ThursdayMiss Nannie Anglin was in Berea Thursday Miss Parrie Lee Abney joined the Baptist church at East Scaffold Cane Saturday night and was immersed the following Sun day bytho Rev ParkerYour cor respondent is visiting her cousin Par rie L Abuey this weokMr and silo Miller ed borhood Creek Mrs Martin Two of rev It is TANIXKU TUB about that it once so thrilling and arm was anti Several almost ed of and an mended while DONALD by One ing euro bruises most F or oak corncrib good ing etc to Will suit Or For call ease cause To be IliiHis what did cured says for skin 40 years For sale The more energy Costs High is sold made wo are isnt at the place in T When in your WE CH sample and will patlon n Lion CROWNED KING Edward King of England Aljilionso King of Spain Lion King of Coffees Fit for any king fit for you Not glazed with any cheap noxious coating never sold in bulk Uniform qutlltr adfrNarin lnsurdbrIhrledprlaa nn The East End Drug Company + On Main Street Bcrca Pills proscriptions from Pure Drugs nccuratfly Soils Drugs nod Potent Medicines cheaper than you can buy thnm ill any other town iu Eastern Kentucky Wo nro headquarters for hut Shelf Groceries Frroh Fruits leo Cream Soda Water Ian You anvil inoioy by buy tug of us Wo solicit your patronage Call and see tilt L A Pettus Pharmacist DR FENNERS an- dBackache diseases Rn II e anDlan Female become discouraged There Is a for you It IIIOCu nry nr letwer h i upvnt lit such laayuunr All end Ilnrkarlio Cum rau o uf Ixinc nllrotuday I Imtl rrU Errally of kidney illMaM fur year mlurttl In weight to 1JUpuUud now rrmufa- tv II McUfOINOIIre Furnace ON tdrll Ak frreIM4I hurl Free VITU8DANCEIIn TroublnCURE cvuulla11unIlrisl- lrfcnucYsRlduoy urn Circular Dr KmionloNY u uun seesaaeae Gray My hair was falling out and yourHairrestored the natural colorMrs- B Z Benomme Cohoes N Y Its impossible for you not to look old with the cplor of seventy years in your hair I Perhaps you are seventy and you like your gray lairl If not use Aycrs Hair Vigor In less than a month your gray hair will have all the dark rich color or youth SIM e Mil All Jnirltu II year drurlllt rnnlt supply you end at one ilolur and we will tiimiyou a bottle lie pure and rIre the tuioi of yourneareetearrroe Addrrii lam Soldiers Love Story old with consummate skill is our new War Serial by Capt F A Mitchel entitl- edIHIOKAMAUOA i intensely interesting story full of thrilling adven tures and dramatic situations the First Chapter A Mbml Offer rho undersigned will give a free nple of a Stomach d Liver Tablets to anyone wanting reliable remedy for of tho mach biliousness or constipation is is a now remedy and a good one Id by S E WELCU JB CofFee I C C Proprietor Rhodus I Canvasser WantedI INK published weekat UfO dollars n your It teaches ofIsuccessful ndvertinern in this country mid Great Britain Liberal com mission allowed Address rillNTKUX1 INK 11 Nprure MI4vw York look Out Ior Ferr Biliousness and liver disorders at this season may lw prevented by cleaning tho system with DoWitts Littlo Early Risers Thiwo famous little pills do not gripe They move tho bowels gently but copiously nml by reason of the tonic properties give tono and strength to till glands Ior sale by Eint End Drug Co Have your meas ure taken for your new Pall garments It Is the only proper and satisfactory way of buying your clothes Make your selec tion from the tailoring line of STRAUSS BROS Chicago Est 1877 mod Ullor for over a quirtcr century Youll find iworld of pleasure In wearing the clothes made by Strauss IJros faultless In style fit finish and mater pals Theyre so much better fiIthan the ordinary run of clothes yet prices are aston f ishingly low and youre per fectly safe In ordering be cause If garmentsarenot sat isfactory you neednt take them We will be pleased to show you samplesCall JJ BRANNAMANl Main fitrtrt Here Ky A Typical HoullrAfrlcmi Store 0 R Larson of Bay Villa Sundays River Capo Colony conducts n store typical of South Africa at which can be purchased anything from tho proverbial noodle to an anchor This store is situated in a valley nine miles from tho nearest railway station and about twentyfive miles from tho nearest town Mr Larson says I am favored with tho custom of farmers within a radius of thirty unites to aberlninsvalue in a household whore n doctors advice is almost out pf question Within one mile of my store the pop ulation is perhaps sixty Of those within tho past twelve months no loss than fourteen have been absolutely cured by Chamberlains Cough Rem sly This must surely bo a record For sale by S E WELCH Jn