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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i I REV JOHN DODWELL Editor and Publisher Entered td llIe PUll lfkt lItfM Ly cu lttl1l- 1clw IIU1llofJlilln I VOL IVlFamily Vapor REKEA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY NOVEMBER 6 1902 Fifty contH a year NO 20 7 IDEAS InUonco Is power- To avoid groat mistaken wo must profit by fulfil OIIOH Learning a good aid to thought but a poor substitute for it Mon think littlo or what in said un less tlioy think milch of him who fin ys it If wo guard against all the pofmihil Ities of ill wo cannot mo nil tim probnbilltinH of goallThe lew n man fayf of less ho ox KMiea himself Few people can hear to ho turned inside out TAKE NOTICE Exhibition by thn Model Schools in Tabs rnarie Tuesday night Nov 10 Tho UHiial holday or Christens Concert comes thin year on ClirintnmH evening Dec 21 Homomhor tho ditto and plat to bo thorn Third mouth of Full Turin begin Wednesday Nov n It costs hot very little to get the benefit of this months ftchooling and no bu Htartcd far ahead for tho winter Winter Term opons Wixlnemlay Doe 10 Remember that any tit ndotit who does not register at tho twain ning of tho term IIBM to pay an extra registration fw of 2fi coutH PerratiH who can furnish room or bound forntudentn in till Winter Term hould talk with Treats Oslmrno at onco Got your houKoholderH permit suit put your rooum iu good condition and you can lxth do good and mako mousy FROM THE WIDE WORLD Sown come that a hill at Ialonque in Mexico lies become an active von cano Tho horses of Emperor Frnncen Josef of Austria bccamo unnmnago able tin other day anil ho jumped out Mud walked homo Tho Colombian government now asksfor 110000000 right of way for tho Panama canal iiiNload of tho fi fOXJooo offered it Tbd Innurrpction in tho Republfo of Colombia South America is still on nail n gold dollar will now buy IftO of their paper dollars IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Gov Richard YntoH of lllinoiR in prrickwith typhoid foyer k Tho arbitrators on tho groat coal strike began their work at Wanning ton on Thursday last Twenty fin person doctors and othere have boon indicted for grave robbing and hold to bail in some carnv ax high an 5000- Mm Klizalwith Cady Stanton prob ably the ablcwt champion of woman mifTrago in tho world dial in Now York at tho ago of eighty HOVOII Andrew Murray of Now York after diflthiguifthod HiirgobnH gave no hoi x of hit recoverystool up before a glass cut out a cancer from his own tongue bandaged tho wound and han recovered COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY w Snow fell at various place in Ken tacky 0etIJ + Tho Louisville Atlantic R R has the track now laid to Heattyrillo Tho third gusher iu Knox county lowed at tho rate or 180 barrels of oil a day Tho Kentucky Synod of tho Cum Iwrlnnd Presbyterian church is in sos lion at Princeton Uroadhead station was roblxnl of ffiOO last week and bloodhounds are after the robbers Smallpox has developed in Metcalf county brought from North Dakota by a traveling man Tho weather indications point to our having Ullleh of cold rain shoo and frost In November Shelter tho stock Typhoid favor II unusually fatal iu Kentucky this year Road carefully tho article upon it on second page and take all care Throo attorneys McQuown Kohn and Phelps have fund tho Qoebel es tato for 15000 each for services in tho contoRt race for governor Elisha Hoskins and Cline Powers woro sentenced to life imprisonment for connection with tho Quarter house light iu Boll county Goo Gankius of Fleming county gl1nIwas atautly I 1 I THE CITIZENAn THE ELECTION Tho vote of Boron on Tuesday was light standing an follows Republican 122 Democrat 25 Prohibitionist II Madison county goon Democratic by a smell majority Idol OOOilbort seems to ho roo olected to Congress from this district by about tho expected majority No great surprises in tho country nt largo Tho Republicans hold tho house or Representatives by n small majority Ohio and Indiana go Republican by n largo majority and tho Republicans also reelected Gov Odell in New York by n rather narrow margin Mr las W Brnlchor compliments TUB CITIZEN ollico with rpecimennof turnips weighing J1J Ibn each The fall term department socials of tho College wore hold Tuesday night at follows College department nl Prof Dodges Academy and Farmers course at Science Hall Nouiml nt GillMit Cottage Industrial courses nt Nichols House Model Schools at- LndiCtlIIBIJ U S DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE ViTHiit IHMIKU Vi1U IMrr earerren tlernirukRM l Itteetnl Jul It riMtltif Nnveml f a IMI tIlt Maximum mol November I Minimum SO October 2J Rainfall lion October 2M Frost October itI Sleet storm October 2M F D Cnn Dont Use- Spectacles Unless you need them and if you use them bo surf they fit your need I will give thorough examination pniJE OF CIIAIHIK always indicating till correct lassos to use II you dont need glasses I will toll you so T A Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main Street Richmond Ky DR M R JONES Dentist e OfficeRcnr Mrs Fishs Millinery Office Store Days Thursday Friday and Saturday of each week n Granite and Marble Work of all kinds dono in n workmanlike manner at ran satiable prices and with dispatch All work guar anteed b- yGOLDEN FLORA RICHMOND Ky Comer of Dlalu mil ColIJin atr- eetaNOTICE I would like to mako the nquaint ance of everyone within roach of Rerun canMAKE CHAIRS Tan and Dress Leather or do Splint or Bark Bottoming Plenso sandinn your address or call when in town CHAS A KING SiipprlntrnJrnt ol UulMIng litres College n H Ns1 MNN1NaleNINH + + 4 sNNN NN- mELDERS BARGAIN STOREj iZ + + r + a o + r N w r w r a o t oe ww NEARLY 1OSOOO WORTH OF CLOTHING TO BE SACRIFICED 200 Pairs of Mens Pants 75c to 325 300 Boys Suits 75c to6e 100 Boys Knee Pants ten to fifty cents 500 Mens and Boys Overcoats all prices J000 Mens and Boys Suits all prices If we have what you want prices will suit your See our Stock of QUILTS BLANKETS ETC I Dont fail to visit our MILLINERY DEPARTMENTA- nd See All the NEW and NOBBY STYLES J TradeE MONUMENTSUrns t V Elder t Independent Weekly Devoted to the Interests of FARM SCHOOL SO CENTS A YEAR IT WILL PAY YOU rTO COME HERE FOR oi iind n great from plain as five dollars or moats as fine as wealth of groat 7 8 10 OvercoatstAnd dont forget quarters for by man or boy Covington and OUTFITTERS FOR r Last winter nn infant child of mineI had croup in a violeet form der John W Rogers a Christian Evangelist of Filley Mo I gave her a few doses of Chamberlains Cough Remedy and in a short time all danger was post and the child rocov ered This remedy not only cures croup but when given as soon as the first symptoms appear will prevent the attack It contains no opium or other harmful substance and may be given as confidently to a baby as to an adult For sale by S E Welcb Jr +I 101111111I I111111 11 ltitIo Youll There is only chance to save your life and that is through nn oper ation were the startling words heard llgtWisvainly tried to cure her of a frightful yellowjaundicoand she constantly grow worse Thou she began to us Electric Hitters whichwholly cured her Its n wonderful Stomach Liver and Kidney remedy Cures Dyspepsia Loss of Try it OnlyWk Guar anteed For sale by drugstores General Upholstery I If your mattress needs remaking or your couch recovering or your FURNITURE RENOVATING AND REPAIRING 1 shall be glad to call and give an honest estimate of what itkwill cost you Work guaranteed Prices reasonable 1 Address Walter TurnerBox 228 Beiea Ky or caro of Supt C A King I I Madison County Roller Mills 1 I I Manufacturers Fancy Roller Flour IiCorn Meal Ship Stuffs Crushed Corn Etc I Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor will beihard beat PRIDE OF MADISON is another Excellent Flour i I Potts Duerson iWhites Station Ky i i If Its From Joplins Its Good Wo wish to call attention to the large assortment of Novr Purntturo now on sale at store We invito Borea friends to make themselves at home at JOPlJlNS meet your friends hero and consider this your headquarters when in Richmond Wo guarantee quality of everything wo sell and invito com parison of price- sPiOTUItL DEPARTMENTMouldings in fashions latest dictates always carried and framing neatly done CARPETS AND MATTINGSi- n groat variety UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY Day Phone 73 Night Phone 47 66 one all to i I our our JO Sr JOPLIN Richmond Ky t i ff It THE CITIZEN I i WIi RATE DRINKERS THEY ARE RECRUITING SERGEANTS fOR ARMY OF DRUNKARDS lhe Fnllnty lr Their trguuuvl Iyt IiiiKVtl Sump Fnetnlo Ho Cuunlilrreil tiy TliiMn Who lionet of Their Cn Iinclty for llnimr Tin New York American Is contin IUP Its regular publication of striking filiiorlnls on the ilrlnk question In a rwrnt Issue It says Tinso editorial on whisky drinking are not written especially for the man vtlio l y actual experience knows tho nstilts of excessive ilrlnkln They ifiv written In the hope that they may liMinote snrlous thinking anions men t whoso habits are not yet formed that they imiy awaken a keen sense of re siKiiiKihlilty among those who have young men in their charge TiHlay let us timidly discuss the case of the so culled moderate whisky ilrinUtT Of moderate drinkers at least halt are struggling against the UMiiptution to drink excessively Of tti moderate whisky drinkers of those MO I ride themselves on thulr self re rtrnint n greut majority do drink to irc9s occasionally and every time Ill y nwke this mistake their modern Inn tlimliitsliefi and their self control is weakened There Is no sadder drinker than the mistiilled moderate whisky drinker lie takes drink thou takes another i Urn uses up Ids best energies and strength of will in the attempt to keep G em taking a third He was technic t ally a moderate drinker last year red eoimiders himself a moderate IrtnUiT this year Rut what he takes today lie would have looked upon with hrrror a year or two years ago Tin moderato drinker gradually drifting toward excess suffers more keenly even than time confirmed drunk rml Time drunkard takes his heavy ties of alcoholic poison lIe wipes out utterly his self respect his strength of will every desire to be a decent man Yillo the alcohol lasts his moral suf fii inss Ire over He suffers physically tin next day then drinks again and so on until the ond The moderate drinker struggles ronstantly v Ith himself If he Is an Inv telligent man he conitnntly mistrusts himself nnd fears his growing inellna tion If he has till power of self ex nniinatlon he knows how much his miiifss Is hurt by Ills drinking he kiKiwx how ihuch harm It does to those who blindly rely on his statements of hs moderation lIe knows what u lieI the talk of moderation Is The drinker who foolishly talks at home and abroad of his moderate drinking and its harmless character is tiuioug the most harmful of men Dur lag his brief period of life he makes whisky mpectabla He Is the recruiting sergeant who adds to the army of ilrunlarJg Another dangerous and at the same bettedl hat he can drink In every barroom a every club you meet a poor befud died weakened creature bragging nont his capacity This same man sneers at tho respectable human being who cannot drink much It is actually a fact that the drunk art wlM boosts of the quantity of 01I 1cohol that he can put Into his system is 1ortenadmired by other men He never eoi umeretl us he should be compared to a hog with tuberculosis When you next hear a man boasting of what he can drink and tilling theI inintU of young men with a hideous Emil itlou to be brutes give the hard drinker a few facts Tell him that time capacity to drink n grout deal simply means a weak fiiitl degenerate heart It does not mean a strong mend Take a young rues In normal health with a ron- gIrt mind a good supply of blood Hid systt n Is nt par If you add u little rlfoliil you overdrive his heart and tlid the bmln tissue with alcoholic bin si causing drunkenness This irunkciiucts easily caused proves physical superiority not Inferiority An athlete in perfect condition Is iiiiik drunk by an extremely small uiiiuimt of alcohol The wretched out cist drunkard on the street would take live times us much to stop the shaking of his lit and get himself In condi loll to hag That does not mean that the athlete lo Inferior to the gutter drunkard The child fifteen or sixteen years old In the last stages of consumption la umctlineH kept alive by the use of al cohol Such u child can absorb with jut Intoxication three times as much s the strongest man These facts may convince the man who boasts of his capacity that his Ixiist Is simply u confession of weak ness of physical decay Mrittlnr tin IJnpniy of limit Dr Herbert Flsk of the Northwest- ernI university believes ho has gathered statistics which prove that time use of tulii ceo is Incoinpatihlc with the use of riJs He declares that among hiss scholarship Is in inverse ra milk and adds The studentsd t low marks of course say it Is 1 to tobacco A somewhat tare srrvfltlon of facts has convinced iiit It Is tolmeco Last year not one I she boys who used tobacco stool In- Io lrt rank of scholarship This has lniii tho usual rule Cure CoiiHiiiiiilloti Wltboot Alcohol tmiBUtil interest tins attached to tho pout air treatment of consumptives at the state sanitarium Rutland Mass Neither alcohol In any form nor cod liver oil has been used The percent ege of cures is gratifying Lust year 399 patients were admitted and there was but one death In about half oft s the cases the disease was either appar ently cured or arrested RELIGIOUS THOUGHT Gem Gleaned Front the Teaching of All Drmimliiutlon Christianity is the religion of justice as well as mercy Hev Dr Cortlaud flyers Itaptlst Brooklyn TIc Tmt of Wealth If n man can say I am a man and nothing that Is human is beyond my care then I say ho Is rlcbUey Dr Savage Unitarian New York A Knee to HP Loved The sweetest thought to me of all is that Christs Is a face that wants to be loved Itev Dr Frank Do Witt Taluinge Presbyterian Chicago Deference to Other AVe help ourselves and help each other in living amid working in defer ence to tho rights of others Hev C A Langston Unitarian Atlanta Ga- Mnu Walk by Pnltu From the first step of the child to the last step Into the cold waters of whet we call death man walks by faith Itev Dr Lowry Baptist Kansas City Mo The One Haul There is but one basis of a happy life the practice of virtue and the love of truth Her Dr Klwood Worcester to Students of Pennsylvania Univer city The Condition of Kiurnnce Character Is the condition of entrance Into the presence of God A character of holinessChrist In youis the hope of glory in an endless eternity Rev J It Caughey Presbyterian Rochester N y Warning the Yoiinir There is no olllce of n faithful preacher or of the schoolteacher or of the col lego professor or of the newspaper more important than to swing the red light of danger In the eyes of the boys and girls Her J C Hall Congrega tlonallst Denver Inrpoie In Hrerrthlnn God has a purpose in everything Rut the mysteries of God have been hill from the ages a purpose too profound for tho finite mind too farreach lug for human comprehension unaided by the divine spirit Iter M P Kikes Baptist Baltimore CriMvnrtl With a Halo God takes the life we have to live here with its varying conditions and crowns It with a halo makes living u joy in that It Is n foretaste u faint gleaming of the life that Is to come Rev Dr J W Walden Pres byterian Athens Ga Cinder Scrutiny From Ahove Every man Is a creator and on him rests the responsibility of making his work what it should be working for the satisfaction of his own conscience always remembering that he is under scrutiny from above Hev Dr Alsop Episcopalian Brooklyn Moral He toiullillltr Every mat has u conscience and a sense of some sort of moral responsi unity He will either worship time true God or some false god All character is either positive or negative God blesses the world by true characters Bishop Joyce Methodist Chicago Gettlnr A vny Iroltt Ylee The tendency of human life Is to- more out of contact with vice to get as far away from it as possible The tendency of the Christian gospel is to move Into contact with vice as fast as possible and to overcome it with good As people gain a competence they move away from time home in which by frugality anti righteousness they have prospered President Pounce of Brown University Provl deuce It Will Keep llli PromUe The dear Lord who watches the sparrows flight and fall and who has given us sonic faint glimpses of what Is to be will keep the wonderful prom- Ise I go to prepare u place for you and we need have no disturbing thoughts but on the contrary perfect confidence Our chief concern should be how to make the best and time most of this life for if we ore in time right low we surely cannot go wrong here afterLate Rev Dr George II Hep worth Congregationalism True Friendship As dews to thq parches earth as the sail to tho shipwrecked mariner so is friendship amid the cares and trials of life If men decry friendship It is because they have selected those unworthy of trust or because they hcmselves arc inconstant Falsity in friends is impossible It only occurs where a masked friendship has been tM counterfeit of virtue So called friends deceive because they never should have been selected as friends Rev Df Levy Hebrew Plttsburg The Age Demand Facts This is an ago of facts Men are de manding the facts before they accept anything Every claim whether made for a new machine a new industrial enterprise or a new theory must meet this test Christianity must meet it also You claim your religion trans forms the character of the person em bracing it Very well let ns see if It does And it is a duty we own such questioners to show them by our keep lug of our ords commandments that our companionship with him is trans forming our lives Rev Milton J Norton Congregationalism San Francisco No Need of a Church Trunt This world does not need n church trust Time church today wouldnot be powerful either in numbers or in influence had it not been for the dls tinct work of the different divisions Neither would its men antI machinery bo so clllclent Time world owes n debt to every denomination that has been true to the gospels of Jesus Christ and the New Testament One unmis takablo sign of tho times Is that we are getting farther away from organic church union and closer to time more Important thing unity of effort and unity of spirit in tho name oC Jesus Christ Rev 0 J Hall Denver TYPHOID FEVER This is not u subject of pressing interest to tho pcoplo of this vicinity nt tjio present time as nearly nil win hnvo hail tho disease nro now recov ed Indeed tho number of cases hero nbouts hits been less than in many other localities But tho year 1iJ02 hns seen n wido prevalence of this disease in various parts of our Com monwealth and it hits been more than usually fatal The approach of cold weather is favorable but it by no means removes tho danger In general it is n persons own fault if ho has typhoid furor This is true of nearly nil the troubles of life Wo nil agree that most people could avoid poverty if they wore industrious eeusiblceconomicnl hint pcoplo could have a good reputation and bem spccttul it they would quit their meanness and that n very largo majority of painful or fatal accidents might bo avoided by constant careful Toss But many seen to think that sickness especially in tho runs mostI fatal is n sort of Divine dispensation from which there in no escape 1 his is a terrible almost a foolish mistako It is true of typhoid fever quito ns certainly as of most of tho ills of lift that it come IHHHURO wo choose it or nt least because wo are too ignornut or too lazy to take common HOIJSO proI caution against it Of course there aro exceptions Sickness in some form is liable to como sometimes to all But if every ono who rends this little nrticlo will ilct upon its sugges tions it is not likely that of them will over hao the fever But as tho world goes each ono living in nimp py go lucky way it is pretty safe to predict that many renders of this very paper will ille of typhoid fever tumid some of them during tho coming year Tho steps necessary to time avoid ing of typhoid fever nro not expensive or diihcult A little thotighlfulness is necessary hut 1hut is needed to so euro anything that is desirable Two kinds of precautions should bo taken at nil tinier oven if there ho no fever in the neighborhood First care should 6 taken that the water drank should ho pure It niuy bo clean nnd sparkling entirely agreeable to the taste nnd yet tho deadly germs be lurking in it It it brat not to drink of water indiscriminately wherever ono may bo whenever a littlo thirst is felt but to wait until one crones to the usual source of supply known to be safe This is far moro likely to be a cistern than a well Tho water from the clouds has boon distilled by na tures perfect proce88nnd if the house roof is allowed to bo rinsed oil by the rain whenever tho weather has long been dry before tho water is turned into the cistern nnd if tho cistern ho tight there in littlo danger Time toikeepthrow garbage or dirty water upon tho ground near the house and es pecially not near tho sources of water supply It is letter to dig pits for such things filling frequently and digging nOW ones Especially have outhouses at a safe distance And here the free use or dry dirt daily will work wonders both in preventing bad odors and in guarding against disease Mother Earth is n dear friend of1 ours If there are cases of over at hand of course the care should bo in croasod In case of doubt ns to tho safety of drinking water boil it before using Those having to do with typhoid patients should see to it lint all the excrements from tho bowel of the sick ono are thoroughly disinfect ed Tho Kentucky State Board of Health recommends for this purpose chloride of limo to ho found in any drugstore dissolved in water rime expense is very slight A single ounce of tho chloride of limo in B pint of water left in tho VOSKO with the bowel discharges for nn hour before emptying itwill remove nearly all the danger It should bo undo n criminal offense to neglect such pro cautions Peoplo ore wild with alarm if thorn seems to ho probability of small pox or cholera visiting their neighbor hood Too ninny practically invito typhoid fever by their criminal care lessness Yet ton tile of tho favor whore ono tiles ol the other diseases combined Sound far and wide the warning to guard against this tho greatest destroyer of human life hi our midst Fond Clinneetl To Iolnon Putrefying food in tin intestines produces effects like thoso of arsenic Kings Now Life Pills expel tho poisons from clogged bowels gently easily but surollcuring Con stipation Luviun all Liver Kidneyand Bowel troubles Only 25c at drugstores S NN 11N NN IH HHI THE HOME a1N1 NNNINN IIINN 1NINN1111- 11CLEANING RIBBONS Fill a glass fruit jar about three fourths full of gasoline put in your soiled ribbons of any kind or valor except whito screw tho cover down ns tightly as possible Leave tho rib bons in for three or four hours HhlkI ing tho jar several times in tho mean time Then take out the ribbons shako out each ono separately and hang over n denim white cloth in time open air leave them exposed to tin amid sunshine until nil odor has disappeared No pressing will be lIect Hilary Pour off the clear gasoline into your tank nUll empty out tho dirt which will have settled in hottom of jar Time same gasoline can ho re turned to tho jar if ono wishes keep ing it tightly covered It will do to use several times While ribbons turn yellow when cleaned with gasoline and for these prepare n suds of luko warm water and ivory song Wash them as you would n floe hnndkerchief do not Wring but squeeze them thrviigh time fingers Rinse and let them partially dry Take down while still damp and roll smoothly over n wide earth lonnlrolling n strip of whito cloth with it taco the cloth long enough to cover tho ribbon entirely and place eightIto dry Tho ribbon Como out in much better shape tuna if as ironed AN ECONOMICAL RECIPE When a very practical homewife remarked that tho following recipes had saved her many dollars laftidea labor I asked her nt omen to please give mo tho benefit of them to help other sister woumen with them She resXuded by giving me her melhods and I think that every mother rearing a young fetidly should hare them It is how to remove ink spots nnd paint and grease stains etc awl it does it successfully too Whenever you get nn ink spot on your garments wash it at once in cold water so as o remove ns much of the ink as possible thou wash the stain in lemonjuico nod salt anti lay in tho sun to dry If tho first trial does pot do try tho second For paint on clothing use equal parts of ammonia and turpentine sat unite tho spots two or throo times and then wash out in hot suds of rainwater and pearlino soap suds will not remove it but no matter how hard time paint is tibia mouthed rids it en tirely Itomovo grass stains by wash ing with alcohol fit Ip toitale NOTINANYTRUST tdany newapers have lately dvtn rwrrrncy In report by irrv Kii iblo jmrtic III the ctrrrl unit THE NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE CO liatl entered a trust or rontblnnUoii we wit loaiMtun tie public Iliad lucre I nufriirfi in mrli tIWlflll We havo born manufacturing Hewing machine r r vrr quarter oto nlitti ry nml Imvo ttaIJllaholla jiuutlou for our olviH nod our nmrlilnmtlwit the envy r others Our 1er Home machine lu newer boon rl valid ns a family nmclnr stands nt tlxi Imul ofall Utah Grads K nmcliinufaiiU utmiUnou 1U otrn nurlU The Vnr Jlonin xfirony real Illall UIIIIIr Fetriip Pubelbn on She iitiirkft It inol nM1I1 far uw to cater Into n tnsrtCourcndltorptyonydebli in we unv- miudebtlu joy We have never emend Ind umjieUtlon with iiuiimfuctaren of low Knit o lii uiiiinrliliicM tlmt nro iiinda ti tall nininl hail of any lutrlnilc meriU lie not Iw clc cetved when you wanta sewing ntacblnednn cnil your money away front liumc call AVrir Home enter he can wll you n ttvrinnclilnn fur lees than you con purch elsewhere 11 titers it no dealer pour write direct to ua THE NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE CO ORANOE MASS ft New York Chlmlroll11HLIAlUle Mo Atlnu- tu Ua lO Cat SISCO COI Nicbolasvile Ky REPAIR THAT LOOM Boron Collego liaR secured a marks for homespun and homo woven goods such as bed coverlids linen dross insoy jeans blankets etc at following prices Coverlids f i to f6 Linen 10 to f0 month uyard Dress Linsoy HO cents a yard Jeans 00 cents n yard Blankets natural brown wool or bark dyes yid n pair White linsey anti whito blankets are not in demand only on orders ovorlids must bo 2 yards 72 inches wide and 2J yards 00 inches long All dyes used must bo old fashioned homo mldo dyes Any woman who wants to sell cover Lids or homespun to Boron College should find out what the College wants before beginning to weave or spin For information apply in person or by letter to Mrs Hettie W Graham Boron Ky I INNH111NN THE FARMI N111N11NN11111111 SHREDDED FODDER Opinions have varied much as to time UHofulness of shredded fodder but those who have been strongest in their condemnntion hnvo probably not Rival it n fair trial When thin shredder first camo Ito use many shredded their fodder into stacks like straw and often left the stacks open to the weather with tho result that much of tho folder heated end spoiled These mon have over since been willing to condemn tho process n UHelef9 and expensive one but tho careful tanner who shreds his fodder into tho hiymow when it is dry ntul keeps it dry in ns enthusiastic in praise of the method as his neighbor is in opposition to it Expert investigation hns RIOWII thntI shredded fodder If kept dry ns high n feeling value as timothy hay Time advantages claimed for time shredded folder over the article in thonnlurnlHtnto are easier to handle time animals will eat it up clennur nllliI tho refuse works into manure much quicker them tho whole stalks This lust point though Keemingly n small one is nevertheless quite inixntnnt Wt jitern farmers hnvo found that colts may ho wiuUnxt exceedingly well on Hhr lded fodder uuda light grain ration while thin refuse makes very good Uulding Tim pitch in time butts of hits cornstalks absorb time liquid mntiuru ntitlily nnd in HOIIIO respects this refuse makes better bedding than straw In feeding to dairy cattle which rt ccivo n grain ration n gdbd method is to mix tho grain with tho rxllllr1hlll is the natural way and aids the nuinrnl to digest tho grain more timer oughly thnn if tho ronghng mud grain were fed separately It is hard ly advisable nor expedient to follow this method with cattle receiving a henry grain ration whiuh duly bo foul separately moro easily nUll quickly than in nay other way In seasons whore yawl is plentiful anti grain is cheap it will hardly pay to shred folder nil time process U rattler uu eiponflivti one hut when hay is scarce and prices pro prohibitive shredded fodder will bo found n very acceptable substitute The most os Reutinl point with shredded fodder is n dry place in which to ttto o it With this Ktcund satisfactory results are almost sure to followSeleeMl The cox utilizes only nbout Jfi per cent of her food in the production of milk tho remainder going to support her body Jiml into the manure heap This estimate thaw not apply to nil cows however as Homo of thorn give moro or less milk than others but nil cows must IM maintained from the rood consumed nnd ono good cow will therefore give moro profit than another timid hi inferior NINNIN1111NN1N1N1 N11NN 1N11N1 N111 ITHE SCHOOL JN N N I1 N NIN N I N 111 N N N 1111N WISE WORDS e Tho individual happiness and use fulness of time future citizens of the county will depend in very huge mOM urn upon whnt tho public schools do for tho children now nnd limo future standing of till county intellectually politically mid financially will depend upon the character and kind of schools we provide for the present generation Timor tho schools should be our greatest concern front time standpoint of either seliishnens or patriotism Flee support of good and proper schools f is not nu oxjHMiHe hut nn InveNt metit It it nn investment that always pays a direct and lihornlreturn lath in money anti in hotter citizens It is an investment tlmt we must make or suffer great loss in time capital wo nl ready It In n matter too about which we can not hesitate or procas tltinte Will you Hacrilicoyour money and save your child or tlllcrlftll your child in nn nttempt to save your mon oyfSccr ML DIHHIAN of Oeorgia These are indeed iwrtironto Thin world is de endent Ulan tho coming generation for its progress toward n higher life ns well for thingH ma un mil Thu support of good nnd proper schools is not nn expense lint an investment Truer words were ucv er wiitten Investment may turnout wull it ill as n rule but wise by mint in public education ban nov or fnllc l to mako tho world better t Iii CotiHltlerablo moro time half of the pupils in our public whooln rev coke their Instruction in rural schools A large pro orticn or those who at tiiml these schools never entrr n high school or oollegn In fuel many fail to Miinplute even thn rommon school oourM If tho fttnbility of n free gov ernment de oittls upon tho iHliiciitlon of limo people it in of tint greatest Itn portanco that our rural neliools tlin schools whoruin most of our future voters amid legiHlntont are being liniu wl should attain the highest oviiblu stole or Illlciency The problem of popular education is ono that prtms road lieiuilr upon IIB There in no menNurn plait wo now think of Hint would mom direiillyitnd Heimibly iNHielit the South thrum thin ono null wo hoist It will prwsswl in seaHou ami out of season until it in realized in law and in fct1t rlcuta IImfifllliol Tit Ih rulllr Allow nm to sitp n tow word in prniM of Chamberlain Cough Item milp hud n very severe cough and cold and fon red I would mono monin huh after taking the riecond dose of this iiUHlioin I felt letter- tbre tlOtlllll or curetmy colt the pnlim III my chest disappeared en 4 r 1OllrHrorty Keventh St Winkling W Vn For sale by S E WEUH Ju uiRIPANSIMy skin was salvos I had n bail taste in my mouth in tho morning and my breath was offensive attune cad occasionally I had n bad head n ho Uy the use of Hipnns Tabulos I nm in n co ulillon to attend ti my daily duties my apotito ia excellent nml my digestion much im I itwproved tI AT DRUGGISTS The five cent packet is enough for an ordinary occasion The family bottle sixcrty cents contains a supply for a year Berea College cfjPounded t yff1855 Jr PLACES THE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OF ALL fi Over 40 Teachers and 900 Students from 26 States Largest College ji Library in Kentucky NO SALOONS tAIlllIml Science Two years course with Agriculture for young ment Science for young ladipn Normal Courses For Teachers Throe courses leading to County e Certificate State Certificate and State Diploma Academy Courno Four years fitting for College for business nud for life Coli oRe Courses Literary Scientific Classical loading to Bacca laureate degrees Trail HclioolH Carpentry Printing Housework Nursing two years Music Hood Organ Clicrnl rreo1 Vocal Piano Theory Wo nro hero to help nil who will help themselves toward n Christian odu cntiou Our instruction is n free gift Students pay n small incidental foe to moot expenses of the school apart from instruction and must also pay for banal in HXPGIIHGH for term 12 woolen may be brought within 24 OO about 15 to bo raid in advance Tho IIchoo is endorsed by Baptists Christians DineiploH Congregation alists Methodists Presbyterians and good pcoplo of all denominations For INFORMATION aid iddrm tkt WILL C GAMBLE Berea Madison County Ky t Ry I THE CITIZEN u THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON VI FOURTH QUARTER INTER NATIONAL SERIES NOV f- edit of the lrimiii Jonli ssh MS1 Mvmiir teraea II IUltl11 rlS Juib ail 1C CiiiiuiiriitHrr Irv t imrril by the II rv U M SleiirnI- CcjijrltiU tan by Anurlnn lteu Aiwciatlon II As fur me and my house wo will airve tho Lord Joshua having lived ubuifUrwl and ten years and being ioimvloui that till Ituo had come fur liliu to go till wny of all tlio earth gathered thu tribes of Jurat and romlmUd them Unit out ono thing had fallid of all mho good thing whloh tliu Ixml lain spoken concerning them chunttc xx lv M xxlll lam Me called for ttiu elders the IteadH of trlbcK tho Judges and olllcern to present themselves liofuro Cod at Slioclieni and then ho ruhearKed unto them the story of Sodn dealing with them and entreated them to tour tho Lord unit servo Klin In wlneerlty told truth lulling them that whatever they nielli decide ho was deterialncd that ho and hU IIOUKO would nerve the lord It WIIM In order that they and all that they hud might servo lllin tint He hut brought them forth from till laud of Hgypt till IIOIIKO of lionduge Hx III ILy x 2f If wo IIIIVH laiii redeemed by tho precious bin it of Christ It In In under that wo may with humility und KntlnesH nerve tilt living and true God while wo wait fur Ills Son from hemon 1 Theft O 10 Actn xx IV is 21 Our Lord taught HIM dliwl pie that an Ho WOK IIIIIOIIK theta an olio that nerveth the way of service tho way of true Krentne Luke xxll Jll and that by love wo are to servo one another Hal 13 ul OoJ forbid Hut we should forMkr the MTil to Ierve other tu4s Wit alwj will erva the Lord far his U our Oud They tVrtnlnly nail every mason to ei re Him only and truly for IIH they said He land drought their falhern out of tho bondago of KgypVund i ni erved them ant drought then to that mini i niiil Joshua had Just romlnded them that the Iord hud Riven them a land for which they did not labor clues wlilch they hind not built ail vine yifrdtt and olive yard whleh they bad not planted verse int Yet they hud nlnmly had occasion to nay ninny tlriien In their mint hlntory 0 lAni our Cal other 1ordn Inside Theo have luul dominion over tai Ira xxvl lli That which Daniel hud to why tojtel jilMrznrr The Hod In whose hand thy breath nnd whose one till thy wayti t liaxt Jtifil tint Klorlfled URn v 23- 1luleht bo truthfully wild to many other KWitlliH an well ua Jews ltd how nuuiy atom to forget thnt It Ood- alono wilt Rlveth ua lift and lirwith out nil thine slut In whom wo live bail move nod hove our IxHiiK Act xvll i Jim ThlH should la vnouch to lend any one to wlllh to curve such a J r benefactor but wo run not servo Him till WM an redeemed fur although He linn created shut hAM tteiwrateil froiji Him and the ennui mind being i nt enmity with Jod cnnuot plenxo flod Horn vlll 7 Si An freily Oat by Ills own tower ntlwimil lurnel trout ut that they mlclit servo Him freiy He rMleoniM very one who will vktHIm thnt nil such may serve Him and walk In nuwiie of lieu for their own hlchvHt luiiiliiPM an well an for hut glory Horn III 21 14 tJ 11 lit 10 D21 And the propU meld unto Joshua r Nay but wa will Ierye tho Lord Joshua In reply to their asourunco hut they would nerve till Iord re hands i IKMI that they uiuxt ho sincere fur till Ixml In both holy aid Jealous a Holy li the only word tlmt used ot- J041 three theta In one verso and hunt only In two places Inn vl 3 Kev h 8 He MIK holy niiilriw n holy pwplo Uv six 2 I Put Hi lit lKpplo wllllni to bo wholly hits fep nratetl unto Illnnelf alone that He mhy do Ills utmost for them anti be iimKnllled In them Goo called Jeal oils In Jiut seven illlTerent places Kx xx 8 xxxlv 14 IcuL Iv v II vl 15 Josh xxlv Ill Null 2i thoiiRh Ills Jealousy In IIHIIIII of In other pus sages The hoiiKht Implied itlm ply that Ho desires to possess fully that which U Ills for the highest Rood of the poineK Ioii Ho delights to giro 11111 to bless but Ho hindered by r our half hearledmM und luck of con ace III hint IOQu The lx nl our Clod wilt wa nerve and lilt trofto will wo obey IIlArhii their flrm protestation of a crcnt dtternilniitlon to servo tho Lord Josliun further tells them that In Ink lug fills stand they must understand that they ere taking u stand against t11tlIIs hell std they miiHt turn with their whole heart to Ood by putting away all BtraiiRo Rods from among them We all need this teaching so much tor wo ore Inclined to take Bides with ourselves OKulnst Ood We are apt to say as Sutton Peter said to our Lord when He llrst spoke of Ills suf ferings and of Ills death on tho cross He It far from theo pity thyself Lord this Bliall not bo unto Thee Plat our Lord Immediately taught SI mon nnd the allotherwho would follow Him trust deny self und bear the cross Matt xvI 22 21 Si Bo Joshua made n covenant with tho l coplo that day Thisversa and also verso 1 says that It wiin done nt Shechem and Site r client was u city of refuge xx 7 id HlRiilUeH shoulder It Is nil suggestive of thlstlmt we must nnd lu tho Lord our constant refuge from suit std slit mill In our conscious weakness dwell between Ills shoulders and let the government of nip our affairs and of ourselves also ho upon JIll shoulder Is xlvl 7 11 Deut xxxlll 12 haul Ix II 7 The stone that witnessed anti heard It nil verso 27 Is also suggestive r of tho stone of Ian xxvill 10 Is will 22 A Mhenil Offer Tlio undersigned will give a freD nmple of Chamberlains Stomach suit Liver Tablets to nn ono wanting a reliable for disorders of tho coustiputlonThisSold by S E WELCH Jn wI a0o IT fAMJTCHti LAE UsA AMIRICAN PRIM It J rhe night WIIH passed with nnutchcs of Mitp hy all time party In thin morning nftcrthe jttrk std corn bread meal of the country the travelers ngniu got Into tho carriage While theyscore Ktundlng before tho guto prior to de parture Mark saw Hour ontby the well house Ho went there to bid her good by Soutiito said wish there was Rome way in which could show you time gratitude feel toward you When thInk of my fate hud you trot apjwarcd In the nick of time to save me by your wit nnd during und tncrlllue I feel that would like to mako BOIIIO correspond tug Micrilho for you Laws I didnt do nothen Derides shin leaned over the well and looked down into itn depthryou uus nnd mo in too differ You linn in a gentleman lIlllIlr poor white trash lIIelallIan arrangement with your father to make n lady of you I Carl jnuko such n Hftcrlllce for you iw you have inadeor me that is iMiniKAsIble but I uiut flu thin If you will nut with me and consent to the plan I shall lie mitt ju n moment and before I go I want you to promise me that you will consent am still in danger nnd you must grant mo this an jwrlmjM n Inst favor Time girl burst into tears rroinl e I dont ken what I do Inet prondsor Van J promise With a pressure of tho hanl inotarnel away and ktulkiiig to the gad got Into the carriage beside Laura Daniel and Mrs Fain had started Mark followed nod had guns but n short dintance when he laird Jako calling to him Ho pulhd in tho pony and wntte for till boy to oomo up Jiikoy was holdliif auutetlulllg out to him which lie iii w nearer Murk recognized a tho red silk handkerchief Sonri w nt it tor y Toll her tlmt Ill never lloIrt with It N I got the squirrel gun said the boy All right Jakoy Keep it to remem bet mo by Marti grasped thu boys hand and then drove on Laura Pain leaned bftck on the cushions in Mlcuco a C1IA1 T K XIX THOMAS AND wIn 7o tm lake me to In vur huslMindf Mark doslguwl driving to Anderson some twelve miles from tho Slacks house whence ho knew there was road lending tipin tho mountains through n place called Altnmoit some twenty miles further to McMinnvillo He was informed by cople lie met on tho road that Altamont had1rwn recently occu pled in force by thy Union ttriops With luck they might reach tho Union lines which would doubtless extend several tidies from Altamont that afternoon Within six hours said Mark shall either bo safe among Union sol diets or our my way back to Chatta noogaLuurn shuddered but snit nothing Mark found a very different condition of u ITu Irs at Anderson from what ho hud found along thu ronfl The Confeder utt8 lint porno cavalry torch there and more ut Dunlnp live inllea north On the road he heard that General Bragg was at Duulnp but with no troops save cavalry see it allsaid tho spy to himself The wily fox is confronting our forces with handful of cavalry while tho two divisions of Chcathum ml Withers aro marching north behind hint and the main force has gone to vnoxvillo by rail on a line still farther east No 1smilerwatching u lute from Battle creek to Cumberland gap If thu Lord will only let mo get through to curry this infor tuition Ill never ask to live to go on another such expedition Time party were stopped near Ander son by u picket Mrs Fain produced her pass and stated that the two behind were in her company The olllcec took no especial euro in trading it and when Mark and Laura cane up they got safely through without question Murk Wit now nnxious about tho picket yhich nest be passed in n few minutes on tho road leading west from Anderson Mrs Fain was still ahead ind ho hOI that nil would go as well is ut tho picket just passed Not u Aord was spoken between him nail ianrn both dreaded getting out of An derson but once past tho next picket they would breathe easier hlUlj1JlC1tin rent the pass carefully lie had not noticed any mention of Murk III it Whores your pass ho asked Didnt tho lady ahead show it to your asked Mark Her pass didnt include you Didnt m Mark feigned surprise No Oh I forgot mine aunt inywifoVis separate und ho tlrllw out the pass o Thomas Green and wife Meanwhile Laura had turned whltcju n cloths Tho officer rend the pass and would doubtless have let them go had ho not noticed Lauras agitation Youll have to go back to headquar ters and get Major Tnliaferros order o that Ho cdmnmnds ut Anderson Mark remonstrated lie argued that ho would become separated from Mrs Falls ho urged his wifes desire to react her sick father All in vale Ho was told that tho headquarters were only halt a mile down thojond and ho would lose but little time Ho mudo n virtue of necessity and drove back with appar ent good nature When ho reached tho house that was pointed out to him us headquarters ho left Laura in the phaeton and went in side Tho commanding officer lend gone to Dnnlnp five miles away to pay his reepecU to General Bragg und would not bo back for un houror two Mark resolved to report his absence the officer of thu picket pout in time hope that ho would not lx compelled to wait Ho drove to tho picket nnd used his tongue persuasively but to no purpose Tho more nnxious ho seemed tho more resolved grew tho captain There seemed to be nothing to do bu return and await tho arrival of tho com manding officer Mark nllIctnlltl turned tho horses lead and drove bac to headquarters Lauras heart sank within her It was sunset when Major Tallafcrro pleasant looking met of twentfsevcn or twentyeight rode up to the door and turning hits horse over to nn orderly entered tho office Major Tulinforro asked ilurk OIAt your service sir Major I have been detained by tho ofllcer at tho picket who wants your name on my pass My wifes mother has gone on mid her daughter is very anxious to join her It is extremely fortunate for us to get so far separate- from Mrs Fain Fain of tho Fains of Chattanooga Tho same 1 have heard of tho fatally but have never land the pleasure of meeting any member of it One of my friends is en gaged to Miss Fain I have just parted from him nt Dunlnp Mark mind Laura cast a quick glance at each othera glance of terror on tho part of Laura We are fortunate in falling into you hands said Mark and 1 beg you will out delay us u moment And Murk handed him tho lass Certainly not And thin major took up n Pall to write his indorsement First ho read tift Pass carefully He was thinking of what his friend Fitz Hugh had told him bt the Fains Ho was under time impression that there wits but ono daughter OIlr Green ho said looking up from tho pass hadnt you better stay hero over night The road is mountainous and infested bygurerillas It is positive ly tlI By no uilIm5tmt would Mrs Fain think of ur not joining her on time road It is dangerous for hems well as you Ill send a Messenger Alter her und ad vise her stopping at some farmhouse Ill do better than that Ill Rend n cor feral mod half a dozen men to insure her safety till morning There was something in the mans tone polite as it was that indicated to Murk that ho was held for further in formation As you please major And I shall insist upon your accept ing my hospitality Ono connected in any way with my friend Fltz Hugh must not want for any comfort can supply TIll house occupied by Major Talla Ferro belonged to n fetidly who had gladly given up n portion of it for the safety insured by time presence of n com mantling officer Tho major was given n room down etuirs for an office mind a bedroom up stairs When it was decid remalqhotho uso of tho for tho purpose of arranging her toot before supper Whan Laura was upstairs Mark was looking out of tho window of tho ma jors office Ho saw time men ride off to overtake Mrs Fain To lily consterna tion another cavalryman with n letter in his belt mounted hula horse and dashed down the road Laura comedown that moment and Mark said to her anxiously 1 am detained on suspicion 1 shall be taken back to Chattanooga and ho pointed to tho courier Tho color left Lauras cheeks They hind got so near to safety aud now after ho many dangers tho end was nt hand limo could scarcely sustain herself as shin tottered into the room occupied as tho flee Thus is the1 letter tho courier bore northward It was addressed on the envelope to Captain Cameron Fitz Hugh near Duulap ANUEIISON AueS 1802 Mr DKAII CUI1I0NA man purporting to bo Tlinmtu Green with his wife formerly Miss Fain of Chattanooga here desiring n paw to the Union Huts There U Momuthlnu biisplcluuti about the Thu couple art sep Mated twin this wifes mother tho fattier lies very Ill ut Nashville I dislike to detain tluU HUtl I tlo not rvtmnl It sate to pass them Can you help use cut t f the illfllculty Yours very truly WALLACE TAUAFEKIIO Mnjor Tnliafcrro soon joined Mark and Laura in his outlet tied offering his arm to Laura led the why to the supper room ills treatment of both was most deferential but it failed to deceive either that they were prisoners there was n strengtn ot nerve in MarK that wonM not break while there was hope Ho chatted with tho hemmer jailor whichever bu might ln called with ease and nt time with guyety Not io Laura Tho situation WAS too frightful for her to endure without pome manifestation of anxiety She ate nothing She did not hoar what was said to her nnd lier 011I1I1allllIIhowcll tho troubled ijpiril within Mark made no reference to her condition till utter supper Then whet nil three went out on to tho veranda he said to her bnwae troubles you A walk in the air will re vive you Mark inhumed with such apparent cnrelessnt thnt ho was trIo to walk about where he liked lint Talinferra BOalduns pleasure of n woman whom Iu was pre touting to treat as n guest TIme couple walked leisurely down tho road Mark looking at the sunset tints with well as sumed indifference occasionally jioint Jag to sonic object by time way or in tho distance culling Lauras attention to it at tho same tine He know the majors gaze was fixed upon him and ho was doing all this for n purpose Time road led straight from the Louse short distance und then entered n wood As soon us they were concealed behind tho trees Mark stopped suddenly and turned to Laura My God this is terriblel faintlyto I Yes L But you what have I led you into Why was it not over on that morning when it was intended Thou you would not implicated now your good name is she gasped yobtYou hove protected mea spy Not C0111p1r1a011k is a blight I can bear it There is but one way out of this dis grace You must be married before we return to that house And to whom his voice changed front a rapid exulted tone to deepest gloomto ono who must diedie on the Kauffold At any rate you will lie free You will bo a widow Lauru stood thin verjimporsoiiatiou of doeixilr All I can do to mono for this Mark went on rapidly und it is nothing is lma5ldShe looked ntjpiiim earnestly Her eyes were big with emotion There was n look in them tharfie could not un deiiiid Note Then I can do nothing for you I will marry only thu milan who loves mo nnd whbm I love Oh Laura he said if your heart wore only mine thou it would bo dif worshiprback to that dreadful jail without a word could I place you where you were before you mot mo But you Laura burst into n torrent of tears This man who hud so suddenly imp pcnred III her life who hind won her symiuithy who hud compelled her nd wllolubeingless nattiro this mutt loved her and ho was doomed With n cry she threw her arms around lea sweetheart said Mark ca ressing nor we have but little time We know not whom wo shall have to taco My true character must soon be known Will you give yourself to one who will doubtless tomorrow bo claimed by Pale us ashes she put her hand over his mouth lint ho might out speak the word death Willyon Speak Yes now wirnt can we do lurr3oursehos How Ho grasped her hand There was u ring upon Ita plain gold band Ho took it off and putting it on her finger ngniii said I Mark Is it really Mark Yes I am Murk Maynnrd I Mark take you Laura to bo my wire Do you take mo to bo your husband I do Then wo are man and wife in tho sight of God And for man we cure not Man und wife under the low Wo are really married Scarcely was this hurried ceremony over when n cavalryman came riding leisurely from the direction of headquarters Ho hud bent sent by Major Tnliafcrro who ns soon ns Mnrk was out of sight became anxious with re gard to him with instructions to keep luui in sight without appearing to do so There was nothing left for them todo but return to time house As they walked Shirk whispered I feel again all the confidence I have ever felt I must livoto make you happy Be ready for anything that may lmp eu my darling my wife I skull doubtless play some bold game I dont know what but it will bo bold If I leave you suddenly meet me should I succeed In my attempt within the Union lines If not wo will meet in heaven These few words were all hut Murk had time to say to his newly married wife For scarcely hind they turned to go Buick when they met tit major Ho was uneasy lest Murk should depart without leave IIo accompanied them hack to thu house CHAPTER XX KLK11IT It was nine oclock in the evening Major Taliaferro und hits guests were sitting in his Ofllce room chatting A clutter of horses hoofs was heard ut tho front of the louse and sonic one dis mounted In mother moment there was at trump of cavalry loots Iii the hull rill turned to the open door und there tiood Captain Cameron Fitz Hugh For o moment he regarded Murk and a u unnn stormy thou advancing a row steps ho bownd low to Laura Captain salt the major rising suppose it is ul less to deny to this lady dutytolowing them to IWM This family t which they claim to belong is known t you therefore I sent facet for informa lion I see you Hasp answered my in quiry in person If you wench for them I shall lss happy to pass them lu tho mondug nod shall apologize for their detention ut the sumo tiuleany excuse being tho cause we serve All eyes were fixed on Fitz Hugh Marks and Lturus with ill concealed anxietyITills was Miss Falnsnld Fits hugh Sho would not bo traveling ns any mans wife unless site were married to him If you detain them you must do so on your own responsibility Both Mark and Lauru drew a sigh of reliefI have no desire to detain them said Tiiliaferrp utter what you have said but it is altogother too late for them to proceed tonight Tim only amends I can make for discommoding 1them is to make them comfortable Mrs Green your room is ready for you If you Id not been mil rnil 1 would love you aI II brother Tho pain that would otherwise have atflnded this scene was alleviated in Lauras heart by tho delight shin felt ut u prospect of safety for liar husband Shin gave her former affianced alook of gratitude Then shin glanced nt Mark for instructions Seeing no hint in his eyes sho passed out of thin room old went up stairs Captain said Mark may I beg a cigar 1 usually smoke at this time of nightHere aro cigars gentleman said Taliaferro producing n lox If you smoke captain added Mark I shall be pleased with your company With All lightedcigars and Mark and Fitz Hugh strolled out on tho veranda Captain said Mark as soon ns they wore outside I have never met u man whom I have FO admired so honored na you and yet I have robbed you of your love This last act of kindness to her and to me so well indicating your mag nanimity is more than I can bear I cannot accept anything more oven for her sake I cannot stay here to be shielded by you and behind her skirts I out about to leave this veranda and fly to the Union lines Thank God I have met one who is tho soul of honor in whoso charge I leave my wife Consider her under your cur Sue will doubtless need all you can give her for I never expect to sun her again I shall doubt less bo captured before tomorrow noon If you WCKO not my enemy if you had not beets my rival I would love you as- a brother Without waiting for n reply Mark left thin veranda and in another moment was lost in time darkness Captain Fitzllugh stood as one petri feed So many conflicting emotions were within him that nothing seemed real For n tine he was in a sort of stupor When ho emerged from it thin first thing that took definite shape in his mind was u deliberation as to what he should do Should he go in mid confess nil to the major Should lie keep tho secret Lauras secret Ho leaned against a pillar of tho veranda and passed hits handover his brow lIe could pot stub Laura he could not oven betray thojuun who lead left her in his care He did nothing Half nit hour had elapsed when Talin ferro who had been busying himself with some i apers begun to wonder what hud become of time two nigh Ho got up and went out on the veranda quicklyGoneMjGone Yes gone half an hour ago What does this mean Cameron keepingtromlI would This roan Green is a Federal spy Taliuferro threw up his ImudsJn horror I And you have been protecting himP YosCameron niy friend great God are you a traitor There is something back tell me quick Twice before he has crossed my path ChattanoogaI escaped fOUlllIguilt When I met him again it was at the Fains house Laura Fain time woman un Blairs then my betrothed but now his wife was concealing hint WellI throat sho was infatuated with guestIWell go on I could not honorably inform on him Oh Cumeron what absurdity what idiocywhat- This afternoon you sent for me I canine I saw the mnii I hind seen twice beforewith my with tho loveliest the noblest of all women his wife The major only stared at his friend sd nun no warns iq cutpntM tceiiiiK his sympathy When w onmo out hortflii told me that ho would l ceyt nottiinx itathcr for himself ut niyhuub thai ill would not shield himself behind it wouiuii uskirts Ho walked away before me youro him Taliaferro shuddered lIe kw that his friend by hula act hind placed himself in n terrible position Cameron ho said di yon know you ore liable to bo shot for this I do I always told yon the major went on anxiously impatiently that your quisotuTho r quixotic It is best fitted fern Ctufetinn n soldier and n gentleman Ant do you extract mo to let this spy go No Protect yourself the cause Send after him It is I who hive con nived at his escape not you You imint not suffer The cause alone is enough Orderly he culled to a than stand ing by time gate The soldier approached and stood at attentionGo Captain Heath that the man who was lucre this veiling has gone und a I want him followlsl and brought back Tell him to IIIIIIull tho roads TJie man saluted mind went away TO lis CONTLm1ED h Necessary Expenses for Twelve Weeks School Penons who board themMlven am much or little in they choose Oil living neve- It s pajr to have a little extra moray for lect ures book and other things But the nr1expense are only M fojlown To pay the first day UIMtX School Incidental Fee 1151 II rll Kx Hospital nc 21 76 penses eye al vjt s I BeiteretnerIt al M Famished Hoom fund as s JPint Month1 Hoard u e u i Living iiOil nonlia To during the term laundry 2d Mo Hoard I a Beginning 3d Mo Board Mm 00 28 fn 5iph GcnlDoponlt returned II Total Epeuae12 MVrli 27 fill 81 00 For thon3 below A Grammar ihuti tm Dooksaudt from Incidental fro instlnt ih toW only oeWhen four girls room together step savw f or more on room and fuel making the total ouly V32no If claused below A OrfmnMr Room and fuel roil one dollar snare la the Winter term Two rooms for housekeeping with Morw elo can usually bo rented for from f to f4 a term The linen of n big raft n little tanbark or n few liouienpuu bedcovers will give a term of school which will rlmngo ones whole life fur Ihtbe- ltermAWoak nn Stomach Indigestion Is often caused by overeating eminent authority says the harm done thus exceedsf 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 loon restorehealth Dieting unneces Sari Kodol quickly relieves the feel Ing of fulness and bloating from which some people suffer after meals Absblutely cures Indigestion Kodol Natures Tonic CoOblcararJ111Lh Three Years in Richmond Awl out of all thl Ml of teeth myotlieeifshow any Infects I will lIIullH now set free We urn making tilt best sot of tenth in the world for 750 and if delects show in ivt years we give you n new set free This applies to all the teeth havn made or nm going to make e time best alloy fills in the world at 75 cents DR HOBSON Dentist Permanently located in the Hobsor Building next door to Gov ernmont Building Richmond Kentucky Reference Richmond National Hank Special Price to Students We promptly obtain U 6 and Foreign Irrcercpon Cut this out and take it to S E Welch Jrs drugstore and got a free sample of Chamberlains htoiniidi and liver Tablets tho best physio They cleanso and invigorate the stoma ach improve tho appetite and regu late tho bowels Regular size 25c per box e THE CITIZEN MNNN NNNN1MMN11Ns LOCAL AND PERSONAL j l f N1NNNIN NNNNNI BEST BREAD at Bicknell arils Mrs Nancy Galloway has married Mr Vontcli of Richmond Mrs Henry West and Mrs W Killy are on the sick list Mrs Frances Glasco has returned from a trip to Beattyville Dr L It Raymond celebrated his Slat birthday on the 30th ult Fresh Graham and New Corn Meal every Saturday at J C Sharps at the Racket Store in Is fresh and complete 11Uichmond Bogie returned Monday off uks drive with a drummer- A good Handsaw for fiOo at the Racket Store Main street Richmond IKy Wtlsh gave the girls in the 1Hall a very delightful Halloween Miranda Kelly of Rod Lick died t Sunday Burial at Old Red Lick churchI Shelf Hardware at bargain prices a tint Racket Store Main Hrcet Rich mond Ky- Cassius M Coyle formerly wed- known hero is visiting friends in this vicinity sorjItIat O8OBundettoC Sous have a Sloveudeh J blower iu their planing mill and it is t a success Hurry C Sharp in homo on a visit 1lIewill return to Motehead late in mouthMrs is kept very busy pre ling new beds for the opening of the winter term There is food for thought in the communication Kentucky Honor dont fail to read it Mr Ilermenegild Klimn of the government printing otiice is visiting friends in Berea Mrs Nellie Kedzie Jones returned to Berea last Friday afternoon Dr ludzio is still seriously sick Dinner Plates SOo a sot 13 inch Meat Platters lOc each at the Rack et Store Main street Richmond Ky o C M Rawlings has moved to Rtd Lick to lake charge of the tim ber dperatiou of Messrs Weisbrood Co Last Saturday an iujiiNtice was done the football boys The piece entitled Kentucky Honor tells all about it No lover of flowers should miss ting the beautiful display of white chrysanthemums in Mrs E T Fishs front yard- Standard Goods of all kinds at low prices at the Racket Store Main St Richmond Ky ONE PRICE TO ALL CtSTOMEKS On this page is an important contribution entitled Kentucky Honor Every Berea citizen should read nod ponder it Died Sunday at 3 a1m Gertrude infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Gil hart Wyatt Burial on Tuesday at the cemetery Any one having good wool from hijack sheep can sell it to Mrs Hattie Wright Graham Clover Bottom Cot tago Jackson street Berea Judge T J Coyle has three houses nearly completed which will be 6c en pied by parties who will come toI Bereu to put their children in IIchoolI Mrs R B Woodford has gong toI joiu her husband at Josephine MissI where he has the position of business manager on the estate of Mrs Senator Bruno Prof and Mrs J W C rnahan of Toledo 0 spout a day in Berea last week The professoris general agent for Ginu its Co educational book publishers Vm F Woods cond son of our former citizen Esq Jas M Wood has sold hU property iu Eden Illand is prospecting for a place of business in Beiea OUR PREMIUM SEWINQ MACIIINE is as goodas you can got from any agent t for FJFTV DOLLARS and you can get it ithout costing you any money at allFormer students W A Hubbard and Bottle Peudergrass recently mar- riedV in Owstey county called in Berda Friday last on their way to heir Now Hampshire home p June Terrill youngest brother of Mrs W J Tatum and B Pand Win Tornll died in Denver ColI and was buried from the Glade Church Tuesday last t Jo 51 Joplin of Richmond haste largest and best selected stock for Furniture of all kinds to be found in many a mile His prices are very low and he guarantees the quality The football game Saturday last on Lincoln field between Berea and Kentucky University scored G2 to 0 haCs this year i Rev Thos L Routt class of 1809 is at La Favelte Ala He has just had a cheering revival ill his church His wife and baby Ethel join him in sending greetings to Berca Six quart tin pail 10 cents Three sakes tilt soap fjII Four ounces smelling salts 10 All first quality goods at Till TEX CENT STORE next door to postolhce Richmond Ky HELP ANTEDF F and G C Hell former Bereu students now op Prate a Mail Order Business the only one of the kind in the U S For free price list and information ad dress C F Hall Co 105107 W Adams street Chicago 111 Xote Berea references given if desired otEnquirer gave very appreciative and amIt intentions tho writers from the brief ness of their visits were led into a few exaggerations to the ccopo of Bo rcas work The Berea Banking Co solicits your banking business Every favor and courtesy extended that is consistent with safe Hud conservative banking Come in and see us and lets talk it over J J Moore PrtlIidtntIJ Burdetle VicePiesideut i WII Tarter Oishior Lf G Williams Asst Cashier E T Fish Director P Cornelius Director J E Johnson Director M I NN11NINNNNN N IN CORRESPONDENCE f f Persons desiring to rent houses iu Berea for winter tsrm should apply to Treas Oslxirue at onto Ho hoe routed above twenty houses and has less thou ten lef- tIareuts take notice Many parents are doing their children a great wrong in keeping them out of the free schools this fall The excuse is that the children can do a little work at home But they can help at home nights and mornings and Satur days and every parent who cores for his children should keep them iu school Now is the time- ROCKCASTLE COUNTY CONWAY Mrs Henry Hamblia was vis ting at her fathers Sunday Born to tho wife of Henry Hamblin a girl on th- e2tithL L Jarrett was hero Mon lily anti Tuesday taking up spokes Mr S W Baker left Saturday for parts unknown Sand ford Lambert bar returned home Dan Chouuultof R chmond was here looking over his laud lately pu rchased of Conway Mercantile CJBrother Dun Philips anti Brother Mullius have bon hold ing a revival meeting at Macedonia with several additions John Marcus and Babe Sigmond we re with their brother J H Sigm nd Sat unlay A J Johntton returned homo Thursday evening from a business trip to Rogersville and Richmond Three small children of Eplu Brauna manI are very ill one with typhoid fewer one diphtheria and one with a brok n armMr J M Nope was in MU Vernon Monday on business J R McCollom celebrated his Goth birth day Thursday0ct23rMri and Mrs A J Johnston visited the formers brother Mr S D Johnston of Big Hill Friday Mrs Susan Miller ondI daughter Mrs Sam Croucher of Disputantu were visiting Mrs Toswell Huff SundayJ R McCollom and family were visiting the family of A J Johnston SundayEvangelist Peterson is holding a series of meet- Ings hsre tg MADISON COUNTY HICKORY GROVE Misses Bertha and Mollie Jones at tendeda social near High Point Wednesday night Tom McKeehan has returned from a trip to Louisville Owen Duvall of Preachersville was here last week on a visit to Mr and Mrs John Johnson Mr and Mrs Bon Adams spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Daniel Maupin The Misses Bjtrdeltn entertained friends Saturday night Miss Fannie Adams is visiting her sister Mrs Maud Tisdall a of Whites Station VALLEY VIEW Lee Harris Taylor son of Mr and Mrs LeRoy Taylor who was bitte by a dog n few weeks ago died Saturday Nov from tho effects of tho bite showing symptoms of hydropho bia The funeral was on Sunday even ing and conducted by Rev J W Rooks a largo number of persons at tending Mr Haynesn former teach er hero visited the school last week Several of our people went to Gas sins Clays woods for hickory nut last week Misses Lucy Reynolds and Addell Phelps were in Richmond Sat urdayTwo cows wont mad here re coolly Ono belonging to Dr Bailoy rau against a tree and was killed Rev Mr Nichols presiding elder of the AM E church preached hero Tuesday night JACKSON COUNTY KERBY KNOB Mrs James Hays and son James of McKee and Mr Wm Jones pate Mr nod Mrs William Hays a visit They were on their way to McKee from Lancaster wheto they had boot visiting the daughter of Mrs Hays Kimfnear Bear Wallow where they expect to make their future lnouteDr Daugh arty has sold his farm to Lafayette WilliRmsJoseph Hays is seriously ill with chills possibly from malarial fever or oleo an injured foot caused from falling from a house he was re pairing last wiuterJ D Creech visited friends here last Saturday and SuudayMiM Maggie Garlan who has been visiting her sister Mrs lIar vey Mahaffey iu Otvsley county has returned home Miss Chinn linden is visiting her sister and friends at Kingston Dr Daugherty will go to Louisville this coming work to buy a rash supply ofgoods KENTUCKY HONOR Kentuckmns are jealous of their honor It has never been safe to call a Kentuckian a liar Tho typical Kentucky man wants it understood that his word is always as good as his bond that he will always do the right thing whether there was n pro vious bargain or not Yet a mau of honor sometimes does a dishonorable thing When this happens it is al ways through ignorance He would over do a wean thing if he knew it were mean Some of the people who went to see the game last Saturday and stood outside of the fence instead of buying a ticket anti going inside did not know they were doing a die honorable thing But they were get ting for nothing that which cost their neighbors aud friends hard cash It takes money and a good deal of it to bring 1C men hero from Lexington and send them back Tho football boys had to pay tho L N R Rrzr- are and then there were bills for hotel livery an advertising It costs the ball players over fG5spot cash to give us a delightful afternoon of sport Every one who looked at the game was in honor bound to help pay kis share of tho cost Enough saw the game to have about met all ex penses But sad to relate for Ken tucky honor far more staid outsido the route to see tho sport than went inside Some of tho outsiders carne in carriages Most of them were well dressed They would bavo been ashamed to beat their way into a lec tune or concert But what is the dif ference as a point of honor between doing that and boating tho boys who carry on athletics for the pleasuro of us all It delightful to see and moot tho real Kentucky gentleman Mr But tram of Point Lick came in his fami ly carriage paid to bricg in his awl ly and made the management a giltI of 100 to help on manly sports SucH courtesy is appreciated Ware glad and grateful to make public mention of it Mr Dan Breck o Richmond also gave the boys 100 Those who know our genial insurance man are not surprised Some of our neighbors who were on the wrong aide of the fence last Saturday are true Kontuckians in their love of honor and fair play Now that they clearly understand that they took for nothing what cost somebody else the ready money they will neverdo it again Already they are ashamed and will never be caught on the outside of the fence again among the goats There are to bo more games thisi fall In the name of fair play come out next time bring your wifeorsweet heart and like true Kentuckians al ways men of honor buy two tickets come inside and enjoy the game with clear conscieltcaA Director of the Athletic Association t nn NOTICE Two weeks from to day iu cur is tlsue of Nor 13 we will commence n now story Chickamauga It is by tho sumo author as CiUT TANOOOA anti is really n sequel to that stop now nearly completed iu TilE CITIZEN Tell your friends about it and get them to subscribe at Once so as to receive tho first of this thrilling story If youre billions and seeking ndvls Take DoWitts Little Early Jem Just before going to bed Risers You will find on the morrow You are rid of your sorrow Thats all just enough said Those famous pills do not gripe but move tho bowels gently and east ly cleansing the liver Their tonic effect gives strength to the glands preventing a return of the disorder For sale by East End Drug Co Farm for Sale One Mile West of Panola Madison County Ky Containing about one hundred anti seventyfivo 175 acres of good graz lug or corn land well 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