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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t11 REV JOHN DODWILL Editor and Publisher Inbred M the Pas0Aa at lltfffl Ay tU rternid- elan lIof1141tr I t IV A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY NOVEMBER 13 1902FHtr cents a NO 21 J IDEAS 1 IolntouH niul poetry nro necessaries of life Mon do not need now truths much an tho will to apply old OUCH The greatest dangers often do tho least Imrin hoi auso they are guarded against with the greatest care j A limn should ktep n wide margin Ixrtwoitn hlniHolf sad trouble Wo cannot fend safe if wo have to walk on tho brink of n procipico If n nocalled great innn neglects little things this in no proof of hit greatness hut of his littleness Noth lung is too littlo for tho regard of om 1niscieiieo FROM THE WIDE WORLD A decisive defeat of thu iiiHiirgonls has practically undinl the rebellion in VenezuelaTho of tho Danish Vost India Islands twain to favor nnnexn tion to the Unittxl Suites 1rinco Honry of Germany tho Prince or WnloH and IA rd Roberts of uglllllllIIro all to visit tho United Stales next your Tho groat question in England at prtwnnt In whether nil school taxes shall In given to the school of tho rliuroh or England Fnuico has pensioned tho widowH and orphans of civil and military of Ileum who lost their lives in thin great M aitiniU eruption IN OUR OWN COUNTRY On Tuesday tho ith inst ultHitions for uproMontntircH to Oongnws wore hold in 12 Static Oregon Vermont and Alaino lad uhoHcn tholr members I per viously Tho struggle for tho lowor IIOUHO was a sharp one The Republicans rotaiti control but by a nsliicod majority Tho sectional char actor of tho vault is very striking limn Democrats have tho solid dologa tionn from Alabama Arkansas Deln waro Florida Georgia Louisiana Mississippi North and South Caro lion Nevada and Texas N members 1IhoRepublicans elect nil tho mem hors glom Maine Now Hampshiru Vurmont Connecticut West Virginia KaiiHiiN North nod South Dakota Montana Wyoming Idaho Wash ington Oregon and Utah flfl moo horn In tho States of Kentucky Mis Honri Tennewew Virginia tho Demo crats have 12 to tho Republicans f Tho Slates of MnAsachiiHettn Now Jersey lunuRylllill Ohio Michigan Indiana lllinoiH WiHcotiMin and Min nesota give tho Re uhlicans 117 to tho- DOlllocrnlll2tl Now York alone of the great North nil States staunch nearly balanced giving tilt Democrats 17 nearly nil from Now York City and tho Repub licans 20 Tho closest calculation possible nt thin unto gives the Republicans 21 majority in the next Ifonno unit 11 majority for tho next two years in tho Senato On tho basis of the recent vote tho next presidential election would fttand Republican 317 Democratic IW almost exactly two to one In tho Northern States generally outside of New York tho Republican majorities aro largo and decisive COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Morgan Stilton n wealthy young roan of Oarrard county who was at Colorado Springs in search of health was iuslnntly killed nt that place last Thursday night by a railroad accident Tho Kentucky Press Association will have n midwinter mooting in Louisville commencing Jan 27 Edi tors from oil over tho State are ox pected to come Tho Kentucky Valley Medical As sedation held its fifteenth semi au noel convention nt IJeattyvillo last Thursday anti Friday About thirty five doctors wore in attendance Great excitement has prevailed in f tho Dreyfus neighborhood Madison county for moro than a week over tho rich vein of copper which has been t found on time faro of W B Baker An express pankngo consisting o an eirht year old boy arrived in Lox ington Monday night from Maynvillo An express tag was fastened on one lit lapel of his tout and n ticket on the other THE CITIZEN 11VOL MINISTERING Abstract of a Sermon Given In tho Tabor naclo at Derea November 2 1902 by Rev 0 Durgess- Romann VI I1 32 lie that spared not his own Son but delivered him up for us all how shall ho not with him nlso freely give us nil things Gods gifts measures mans value On tho trails of till splendid URSGIII ly hall at Johns Hopkins University is n broiizo memorial tablet to a benti yloving child whoso early loss caused tho parents to make a noble gift to tho University whereby lee turns nro given each year on tho flume arts Thus great parents link tho name and fragrant memory of n loved child to beautiful timings Tho beau tiful things nfTuct strong young lives which nro being moulded arid devel opts in n choice University Hero is n combination of precious things viz the memory of a beautyloving child anti themes connected with the purest ideals God had u similar combina tion His combination was heavens peculiar treasure His Only Begotten Son giver in grunt character and in tho greatest self sacrifice for the sake of human excellence and human re covery Gods gift measures mans value for man is heavens own child Tho text forms n climax of reason lug in tho grand VIII of Romans Thu human privilege consists in the Spirits inspiration Clinging to tho horns of the altar in his trcmoudou millions tho Apostle has lad in breathed into his very being the un utterable groauiugs of tho Divine par aclete shouting unto hint like n coacher iii n great LolltllItnn agonys comfortet Thou ho turns to this world with its stupendous riddles and tangles Tho consciousness dawns I know that nil things work together forgood to Gods lovers Why BecmiHo omniKtoncu has purx t xl Whom ho did foreknow ho also did predestinato 2 Time second argu mont is our text It is an argument that tho grouter includes the less Ho splouditwillbare received time horse tho halter will not bo withholdeu Ho that spared not Idle Son but delivered him up for us nil how shall he not with him nil freely give us all timings Tho cross is n koy to Gods granary banqueting hall watdrobo mod throne room forever As you look on this table which tho Lord him spread look up 0 child of God and lift Him up Sing praises Sing praises Love is tho unmistakable motive for tho offering which God line made for us The cross reveals the 1uiier Josus whole lifo work was a mission of benevolence Tho Saviour could not help but relieving the human misery that pressed upon hint Con troliug Divine forces as Ho did Ho must make time blind to see and the lathe to leap Wo talk about the necessity of natural law There is no necessity like time must of lovo Jon athan is sure to help David to safety Tho DamonPythias friendship of an clout Greece is forever repenting it self whoro a man desires to lay down his lire for his beloved There is no love like Gals love There is no yearning like heavens yearning There is no sorrow liko HisuLiko as a father pitieth his children so pot pitioth those that fear him Yea ho strotcheth forth his hands all tho day toward n wayward and gain saying Israel How oft would I have gathered you as n hen gather oth her brood beneath liar wings and yo would not1 And thou look at the cross ns they drive tho nails and jolt tho wretched tree into its socket with its tortured quivering bunion Father forgive thorn for they know not what they do And so all through thoso tender painful hours till Is reached tho awCuluIt is finished YosTwloy tw wotiilroim loco That brought the Saviour hum above To tile oil Culvarjr And tho loved ono is just n mana common man You An wo study sonic of those impres withn a thought often overlooked tint the greatest blessings nro not offered to solitary believers God is tho Paths of many children Three verses pro addedftho first born among many brethren Fatherhood completes itself in togetherness of tho children to CONTINUED ON PAUE 2J u SCHOOL EXHIBITION A largo nudionco enjoyed n rich treat nt tho College Tnbernoclo ouI Tuesday night last It was on tho occasion of tho public exhibition of tho Model Schools Tho night was ideal moonlight clear skies and a balmy air As usual when time young our pride nUll hope aro to perform parents attracted in largo num hers from town and surrounding countryVarying from time procedure tho entertainment was musical throughout The numerous and varied vocal pieces wore strung together as a can tata entitled Voices of Nature There were four scenes of about six songs each but following each other without intermission devoted to flowers bees birds and frogs respectively Thou followeda fifth and shorter scene of moro general character com liming tho several features into In tho pleasant summer time In time coursoof tho hour there wen ton pieces sung as solos four or five ns dnetn or trios amid n full dozen or moro choruses somu of them with 100 to 160 voices Among those who cnmo to the front in prominent parts be named Lathea Alexander Olliu Gray Anna tiny Helen Lewis Bessie Harrison Doolor and Hildn Welch Lucia Wyntt Lillian Bick nell Mr Wymor Marvin Bowman Albert Burgess Henrietta Hoffman and Margaret Todd Others had im portant parts whoso names cannot be recalled As tho names of a largo number ol tho bountiful flowers were brought out in song ono could almost fancy tho nir laden with perfume While tho girls in tho front ranks on tho platform were singing of tho bees tho serried ranks ot boys in rear were producing n skilful illusion by nu imitation of buzzing Further on n host of feathered songsters second to mnko tho air vocal with their mole dy Tho most nmusing port of tho programs was the appearanco upon time stage of Miss Millers primary school a half dozen raining later than others with Now hero wo Como with n hop Theso wero clad similarly not inaptly representing littlo froggies Then followed When I was n little tadpole Mr Frogs Courtship etc Tho music though sonic of it was by quito juvenilo voices was of fine quality Miss Margaret Caldwoll pro sided at tho piano with excellent effect nud too much cannot bo said in praise of the general management of tho cantata by Mm C R Bowman of tho A Grammar school V BETTER TRAIN SERVICE Commencing next Sunday wo are to have two passenger trains each way daily Tho probable time card in going north 330 n m and 118 n m coming South 121 p m and lllfi p m The Official Time Table wilt bo published next week in Time CITIZEN n THE MARKETS Al RtrORTEO RT A U NORMAN A CiretSSATt October 1- 1CATTLEComunonT200 JJ75 Butchers 800 G85 Shippers185 fiGu- CALVESChoico 700 760 Largo Coinmon500 M 60- 0EIoosComnniou425 m 010 II Fair good lightOlo 625 Paeking025 6 SIJEEP Good to choice 261i 320 II Common to airl50 250 LAMBS Good to choice 4 25 lW II Common to fair325 Cfi llfi WHEAT No 2 Red 7H 7ri CORN 36 r 19 OATsNo 2 mixed 30 HI RYENO 2 r2j 11 FLOOR Winter patent 355 385 Ie II 310I- I faucy315 Family285 305 MILL oEEDHoo r 1700 HnNo Timothy 1325 WWII No2II 1225 1250 II No1 Clover UJJO f9 1000 No2U tWO 850 POULTRY Springers Heavy lions II 81 Roosters I Turkoy hone II 8 Ducks t Eoaa Fresh near by 20 81eII No 1 dry RnltfII Bull 71I- I Sheep skins 40 GU TALLOW Prime city G1 e II Country og t 6A Dont Use- Spectacl es Unless you need thorn nnd if you use them bo sure they tIt your need I will give thorough examination FREE or CHAIIOE always indicating thu correct glasses to use It you dont ueod glasses I will tell you so Ta A Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main Street Richmond Ky DR M E JONES g Dentist e OtceRear Mrs Fishs Millinery Store Office DaysThursday Friday and Saturday of each we- ekMONIIMENTSI Urns Headstones Statuary Granite and Marble Work of all kinds done ina workmnnliko manner at rea satiable prima nlldwith dispatch Allwork guar anteed b- yGOLDEN FLORA RICHMOND Ky Corner ol Mnln end Oollliu str- eetsNOTICE I would liko to make time aquaint slice of everyone within reach of Berea who can MAKE CHAIRS Tan and Dress Leather or do Splint or Bark Bottoming Please send mo your address or call when in town CHAS A KING Superintendent ol liulMlnip Hero College The Horse Will Get Through moro work with less expenditure of enorgy if his harness is a good fit CostA no more to havo it that wny High Grade and Perfect Fitting Harness IllldlyIadvertised by maU order houses At 1800 wo are soiling Team Harness that isnt equaled by any sold nnywhore at tho price There isnt a weak place in it T J Moberly Richmond Ky t An Independent Weekly Devoted to the y Interests of THE HOME FARM SCHOOL 50 CENTS A YEAR year tho were tho tho fMf f iI1iIIi1iII IIIoM IT WILL PAY YOU TO COME HERE FOR JHH I 111 01110111011 11 11 I I OvercoatsrL Youll find n great stock to choose from plain honest coats as low as five dollars or rich elegant gar ments an fine an twentyfive nnd a wealth of great bargains at 7 8 10 1250 and Up And dont forgot that wo are head quarters for everything else worn by man or boy i Covington and Banks illKentucky OUTFITTERS FOR MEN AND BOYSfI MM M MM M M I NId i I M M M I M I FI HF F N The East End Drug Company On Main Street Berea Fills prescriptions from Puro Drugs accurately Sells Drugs and Patent Medicines cheaper than you can buy them in any other town in Eastern Kentucky Wo are headquarters for Fine Shelf Groceries Fresh Fruits Ico Cream Sodn Water Etc You save money by buy ing of us Wo solicit your patronage Call and see us L A Pettus Pharmacist C C Proprietor Rhodus II General Upholstery m e If your mattress needs remaking or your couch recovering or your FURNITURE RENOVATING AND REPAIRING c shall bo glad to call nnd givo an honest estimate of wfiat it willcost you Work guaranteed Prices reasonable Address Walter TurnerB- ox 228 Berea Ky or caro of Supt 0 A King ir Madison Roller Millsi County I IIIM I i Manufacturers Fancy Roller Flour J Corn Meal Ship Stuffs Crushed Corn Etc j iOur GOLD DUST Roller Floor will be j i hard to beat j PRIDE OF MADISON is another Excellent Flour I Pottsrerson i t iWhites Station Ky r1 I If Its From Joplins I t Its Good t Wo wish to call attention to the largo assortment of Now Furniture now on sale at our store Wo invite our Boren friends to mako themselves at homo at JOPLINS meet your friends hero nnd consider this your headquarters when in Richmond We guarantee quality of everything wo sell and invifo comparison of pricesmi PICTUI113 D KP AKTMKNT Mouldings in fashions latest dictates always carried and framing neatly clone t CARPETS AND MATTINGSi- n groat vnrioty UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY Day Phone 73 Night Phone 47 66 JO Sr JOPLIN Richmond Ryei n4 THE CITIZEN CONTIXOBD FROM PAGE 1 getherness in life in fellowship in love Tho text embalms the great truth that tho fruit of tho cross is for men associated God gave Him upI lor its nil ho will freely us nil things The Now Testament nome for togetherness is Church No man can truly love himself atone It takes two to make unselfish anil true love Whore one of tho two is helpless then there is love ministering I shall never forgot the touching gentle word of n Leslie county mother as she clasped her very young firstborn babe with the ox pression How can I help having a tender lovo for tho wee little fellow When love looks with pity upon an object that is wayward and undeserv ing that is grace and mercy loving And that is Gods love And upon wayward blind man he has broken a more precious than the alabaster box even tho fragrance and sweetness of heaven when he gave the Christ Tho church ministering unto tho suffering wandering wilful in tho community is like her Lord For tho Church ditto God must freely givo itself to enrich each woebegone home to its utmost borders or strength How attractive is n ministering Church or a ministering lifo Row men need these and lovo these Har riot Bcocher Slo vo is one of the few women whoso uamo is placed in bronze upon tho hall of fauna in the New Yt rk University Library Building up yonder on tho Hudson And the quotation that accompanies her name culled from all that her prophetiC pen wrote is this It matters little to mo what school of theology rises or falls so only that Christ may rise in all his Fathers glory full orbed upon the darkness of the world The glory of Christ was that being groat lit served He washed tho Disciples feet Ho bled on the cross and in the garden He arose ho lives to pray to serve Perhaps Nathaniel Ernmons after Edwards New Eng lands greatest early theologian would dissent from Mrs Stowes word Ho was more oxact in his men tal procesf PS had less heart Would get his view of Christ through his mind Was accustomed to say The wino preacher will address tho under standing before the conscience and the ronscience before the heart But whether they loved the Christ through a firmly held theological system or whotherthoy loved Christ through no system it was nil one provided they loved tho true Christ of God I am sure that tho Church must look like Walt Whitman deeply under the ac cidents of human lifo to the strong pure sweet current You know Whitman used to sayIIThey are men of the first rank and I love men of that sort And ho would argue What have I to do with mens ideas good or had And ho would inti mate that ho was neither for nor against ideas but chiefly concerned about love A woman at Harneds asked him What kind of love Mr Whitman and ho replied Why just love The rising lovo of the Church needs to float and carry along much drifting humanity as I have seen resolute mothers sometimes carry along n resisting child while his foot seemed to bo going tho other way And whoa wo get near to men I am sure there will bo much revealed that is truly lovable I have felt an in Iciest in Grover Cleveland that I never felt before since I rend this extract from a letter which ho wrote on unex pectedly finding himself governor of New York years ago in 1882 If mother were alivo I should bo writing to her and I feel as if it wore a time for mo to write to some ono who will believe what I writo I Mmll have no idea of reelection or of any high political preferment in my head but bo very thankful and happy if I servo one term as tho peoples governor for you know that if mother were alivo I should feel so much safer 1 have always thought her prayers had much to do with my success I shall expect you to help me in that wayHow royally men cherish Godlike sacrifice Yale Colleges proudest testimony to the world is that 117 of her graduates are foreign missiona ries Tho Beltgiving of great men how lustrous it ism An incident in the lifo oxpresident Harrison might be imitated by many an efficient person hero Dr John Baleen Shaw of New York gives tho story thus as he says for honor of tho expresident and for your edification and emula tion Ono Sunday morning ho heard ono of the elders of his church in Indianapolis inviting a young man to present himself before him and his colleagues in a few days with a view to membership The young man said ho could not do so honestly as he was in doubt upon some points and there lord could not give a clear statement of faith The next evening at eight oclock the young mans landlady was atonished to see the expresident of tho United States on her doorstep When ho asked for her lodger she said Shall I bring him down into tho parlor but Mr Harrison replied No I will go up stairs Tho young man hardly know what to do when he saw his distinguished visit or who however soon put him at his easoII could not help hearing what you said to Mr yesterday morning he said and I thought I would come round null see if I could help youAnd then Mr Harrison certainly tho most intellectual occupant of tho White House since Jefferson sat in that little hall bedroom and unfolded the Scriptures to that young man so that his doubts were removed and in due time ho presented himself for membership in the church Mr lIar rison at last pulled out his watch and quietly saying I did not know it was so late noticed that the hour was then two oclock in the morning How beautiful is self giving A life that is in line with His Sons lifo will never bo forgotten by God God hides these lives to bo revealed at tho judgment as a petrified fern is kept for the eyes of the though fill geolo gist Dr GPO A Gordon in his Yale lectures the other day agreed prac tically with an old Kentucky ex slave hllutreligIion is love- Perhaps I cannot peter clone this meditation than by quoting from a letter which Dr Phillips Brooks wrote years ago to Helen Keller the blind mute then of Perkins Institute Boa ton She had written tho great man andasked tho gnu tion Please tell mo something that you know about God He replied Let me tell you how it seems to mo wo eons to know about our Heavenly Father It is from the power of love which is in our own hearts Low is at the soul of everything Whateror has not tin power of loving must hivo a very dreary life indeed Got who is tho greatest and happiest of all beings is the most loving too All the love that is in our hearts comes from him us all time light which is in the flowers tonnes from the sun And tho moro wo love the more near we are to God and his love COLDS IN THE HEAD flow to Anlit Nature In Subduing Inflammation There has been more rot written about colds and their prevention and cure than would fill a volume said a hotel physician to a Washington Star man A cold In the head la u mani festation of an Inllniued und congested condition of the mucous membrane and these inflammatory diseases run their courses rod have their regular stagesA remedy which would eliminate this Inflammatory condition from tho system in a day or two would be a great help to the human race saving inestimable suffering and countless deaths I dont think It will ever be found and generations hence our de Hceudunts will blow their noses and wipe their watery eyes Just the same as today The use of silk handkerchiefs will more thou repay fur their purchase Linen is harsh and tends to produce soreness and mines of the nose Therefore since the Hufferlng coincident to this condition cannot be avoided mind must be endured the best way to cure a cold Is to make this condition as easily borne as possible and aid nature in subduing the con gestion Those who can stay indoors should do so and those who must go out should put on additional clothing either under or outer garments Warmth is what Is wanted Quinine in two grain doses every two or three hours according to tho susceptibility of the patient is better than heavy doses Elixir of iron quinine and strychnine in teaspoonful doses an hour before meals or onethirtieth grain granule of strychnine an hour before meals provides a tonic which tends to counteract the depression at tending a cold The nervous und mus cular systems are stimulated and the cold feels better The appetite always affected Is sharpened the pa tient cats the vital forces are renew ed and a cure IB effected in half tho time usually required It the warmth of the body is maintained and additional colds und checks are not taken How to Make India ItrlUh Peel and chop a white cabbage and eight onions Pack in a crock with al tomato layers of salt and stand for twentyfour hours Into a pint of vinegar stir a half pound of brown sugar a heaping teaspoonful each of turmer ic powdered alum cinnamon allspice mace black pepper mustard and celery seed and heat all to boiling Pour this liquid over the cabbage and onions and set aside for twentyfour hours longer Now drain off the liquid bring again to the boll and pour it again over the pickle Do this for three morn Ings put liquor and vegetables togetb er In the preserving kettle boll for five minutes and set aside until cold then put back In Jars RELIGIOUS THOUGHT rachlnlUIVirtue is courage Ito Dr Carson Presbyterian Brooklyn Curiiiritoiir of Hit Itrpulillc The schoolhouse U the cornerstone of the republlcIlev Dr Felix Adler Ethical Culture New York A Mighty Fnclor The preached word Is u mlghtly fac tor toward tilling the church with be- lleversItev I M Zimmerman Lu theran Baltimore A tJeuernl Irlncliilt Love Is not workable as a general principle It cannot be extended to all things alike ltev A S Gnrvcr Uni tarian Worcester Muss The ItellKloui Life The Lord calls It life when a man Is touched Into responsiveness to his love and lives unseltlshly llov J K Smyth Swedenborglun New York Stand Ior lliiiiiiinlty As our holy religion becomes more widely humanitarian It will stand for humanity against the perils of Intem perance Her Dr Pickard Baptist Cleveland HlKht Ce of niche Men only develop in dally intercourse with their fellow men A Ulan should acquire riches that he may be useful to his neighbors Itev Dr Hyde Epis copalian New York- Chrlitlnii StewnriUhlp The Idea of stewardship Is tho pri mary conception of Christina duty The servant of Christ holds all that ho has in trust for the race He is noth iugItev John L Jackson Baptist Chicago The Cathedral or Character Every human soul Is a builder at work on what may be a grander cathe drill than gigantic St Peters many spired Milan or glorious St Murka In the city In the seaKuv Poleuiua II Swift Methodist Chicago x o Iliirc Per the Sluthfnl This busy world of ours has no place for the slothful It has no patience with Incompetence If wo claim to be representatives of religion wo must take our vocation serlouslyItev V Tomlltison UulversalUt Worcester Muss Competent Authority Outside of the church there is no competent authority of the method to determine what revelation toadies or what the lllblc contains There ru iniiltw only the voice of the Inspired and divinely founded cuurth Uov M P Smith Catholic Sun Francisco Sucoe In life A high minded honest truthful young man may tometliiies think suc cess Is slow in coming but he will win In the end The saying that one can not be honest and live is us old the devil amid like the duvll it I- sfalseItevtrthur Thomas Fowler Baptist Chicago Thins That Are Staple The things of righteousness the things that ore pure the things that ore just are the things that are eta pie the pure in heart shall see God and tile pure In heart see God everyday It is one of the hardest things to do to keep our minds pure To do so we must think about puro things Uev Dr Alsop Episcopalian Brooklyn SOMlnic Evil Seed It would bu u happy solution to the sinner If when he sowed ono uvll seed hu should get back only ono evil rte suit But that Is not the way the bar vests of time flesh grow Ono evil Peed wilt become the parent of many evil seeds the grandparent of a host of evil seeds and the greatgrandparent otli lifetime of evil harvests A sower unto the llesh always reaps wore corruption than hu expected to gather Uev Dr Frank Du Witt Talmagc Presbyterian Chicago The Mllon of Anilctlon- Aflllctlous act upon the nature of the atlllcted preparing him for the glory and enlarging his capacity Whether you can bu wade to understand this or not tho fact remains and if you can only convince yourself that it is a fact that there is not a pain grief loss or woe that is unit necessary not one that In not leading to heavenly Joys not ono that has not Its outcome beyond mad not nee that can be dispensed with you will bu satlsiled that wisdom apd goodness alike are concerned in the welfare of your being Uev Dr G C Lorimer Baptist New York Shame a Downward Look Consider the ground of pride and tho causes that underlie and produce shame Men mire never ashamed up ward Shame is a downward look There are three attitudes possible toward our fellows Wu are proud of relationship to thoso who mire con fessedly our superiors standing above us We are satisfied und feel approval toward those who stand on our level Wu are ashamed of those who con fessedly have degraded themselves into moral depths beneath us Gone forever the day when men can feel the blush of shamo at the thought of the Founder of ChrlstlanltyUuv Dr mills Con gregatlonallut Brooklyn Deepening Spiritual Life Working out spiritual problems is ono thing the deepening of spiritual lifo is another thing It is very little wo know In regard to anything save such things as our Lands can handle but there is not a soul hero so utterly involved In spiritual midnight as not to detect the glimmer of a world that such things as hands rocks and dollars form no part of The world may have been a great while in coming to it Physical eyes are very slow in becom fug organs of vision Spiritual eyes may bo a great deal slower in becom- Ing organs of spiritual vision but to you and mo there is a gUmmer in the air that does not come from the sun Rev Dr Charles II Parkhurst Presbyterian New York N1NN NI N N11N1NI NNN1111NNN NN1- I I THE HOME I 1N1N 1NNN1N SOME IMMEDIATE HOME REMEDIES FOR ORDINARY AILMENTS So far ns mimethicniseienco has ells covered the best allround euro for dyspepsia in salt amid water You put n sump tonspoonfalof salt in n largo tumbler os hot asyoa can stallowtiumd drink it half an hour or twenty min mites before each meal This washes out tho stomach thoroughly Many x oplo try tho plan of drinking hot water as n euro for stomnchcomplnint but as they omit tho salt tho operation is not always satisfactory Tho plain waluriR rather irritating to a delicate stomach but tho audition of salt prevents the irritation and eon Irts tho draught into a jxnvorful stomach stimulant Popper proves equally valuable in emergencies Suppose ono linn pain in time Htomach or n sinking fooling there is nothing hotter than a entail quantity of popH r in n glass of hot water With tho addition of sugar it lorms a pleasant nnd stimulating drtught good for n cold amid nil sorts of pains Mustard has many valuable uses As a plaster on tho client it drawn tho blood from thu congested lungs to tho skin and in the foothilh it draws the blood train tho lungs to tho foot nut it is still morn rdunblo as nu emetic In HIMHO days of tinned foods wo run considerable risk of Nisoning if tot to tho death at least to thu point of very groat discomfort A spoonful of mustard in a large glass of warm water is n splendid remedy in such wises and it also ntimulat s Sugar cannot lm beaten as n euro for cold in tilt head It must Iw very finely powdered and used as n snuff In somo WilY it then acts as au astrin gout and if used in time puts mi mill to tho cold Right out of ten cases of toothache ran ho relieved by getting home bread Mxln hicurhouuto of soda not baking powder dusting it on n piece ofcot ton wool and placing this in tho cav ity If nil tho tooth itchu together tho cause is generally acidity of tho mouth III limit cads Resolve time soda in warm water and trash tho teeth with it1tnt will be well in an In start Ifyou keep licorice in the house you have ono of tho very host cures lor dyspepsia A small pieco of licorice slowly dissolved in the mouth covers tho stomach with n prolcctiru coat und relievos the pain of inflam mation TSaw Itrnth Nenr hIt often rondo my heart ache writes L C Qrerntroot of Elgin Tenn to hear my wifo cough until it seemed her weak and sow lungs would collapse Gnnl doctors said sun was far gone with Consump Lion that no medicine or earthly help could save her but a friend recom mended Dr Kings Now Discovery and porHistent use of this oxc llonl medicine saved her lifo Its abso lutely guaranteed for Coughs Colds Bronchitis Asthma and nil Threat and Lung diHonsoH fiOc and SlOOnt all drugstores Trial bottles free PUBLIC SALE heaving decided to hive tho county I will offer at Public Sale to the high ORt and best bidder on Tuesday November 18 02 about tho hour of 10J50 Im my forum containing 200 micros situated on tho waters of Silver Creek in Madison county 1 milo from Whites Station convenient to schools churches and mill std twenty minutes rido on L G N R R from Richmond This land will ho sold in two tracts First tract containing 122 acres ly fag on north side of pike All neces sary quI buildings in firstclass repair and n line stock barn costing 2000 also two line young orchards in full bearing This is ono of tho best wa tered nnd most fortilo farms in MOlt ison county Tract No 2 contains 81 acres and Is in grass and corn fiuely watered and with good house I will at time same time sell 20 acres of corn in shock and 100000 hard brick and n lot of nice cut atomic Any one desiring to son farm will timid man on premises JjyTorms liberal awl rondo known on tiny of sale This land will bo soul separately and then as a whole with tho privilege of accepting tho bid realizing tho most For further particulars address GEO D WHITE Richmond Ky T D CHENAULT Auctioneer N INNNININN 1N NNN 11NINI r SCHOOL I INNNN NNII N NNN1NNNINNN BRAVE WORDS AND TRUE What tho Preacher Can Do rot tho Children Time country pastor with the revival of tho educational spirit that is spreading now to nil parts of tho South IIIIH n peculiar opportunity for greatly enlarging his Hphoio pf muse fiilnesH by throwing the weight of his inlluenco into this educational move neat says time Presbyterian Mamlnril lie is generally and hu ought to IH thin best educated man in UIM commun ity Religion often begun iU beneficent course with time ignorant Rut education by UH very nature rust spread from above to the plebes below Only ho who knows sons thing of what iHlucntiou is desires its blessings for his children i nnd rue most discouraging thing about tho progress of education is tho indiffer ence towatd it by those who need it most Thoministor with his gifts of public speaking with his known nt titudo towards tho things that art good and helpful smith with his IHT sounl intliUMico over throe people of his community nut certainly accomplish moro that Other man In tho edu calioanlcamilpnignand it may imvull ailllthoThen because tho minister knows what an education is nnd how thin schools should bo equipped nnd what kind of teaching tho children ought to have ho lulu go fnrthrur thnn sim ply stirring up tint people to tutu nml of butter educational facilities smith to time advantage of an education in tho abstract Ho con to it that edu cational ollicors from the county u perintendent to the teacher in the HiindleNt backwoods school in limn county mute limn loHt that tall bo gotten for tho place to bo Bile This in not an agreeable tank hut right hero tho Ixwt plans um Homotimos brought lo nnupht nnd It in hotter to hurt n few privato foeliiig hOimitiiiKw than to lot public iiitorctttH XHjli lly those that affect every home suffer for want of same man with the DOur ago nnd souse to steak illllllM l oil It Trn Ivlllljr Nnll Tutu little ditughtorof Ir1 N Powell jumped on nn inverted rake made of tau Hiiny units and thrust one nail entirely through her foot ami- dalecolulOno half through Chem borlainH Pain Pidm wan promptly ap plied nnd five minnto later tho pain hind RIIJlptnntIRlIIIIIO morn suffer ing wits oxpnienced In tlupo days tho child wits wearing leer shine iitunl and with alnolutely no discom fort Mr Iowoll in u wall known llIillln1111injuries without maturation aid in ono third time timo required by the usual treatment For solo by S R WKUII Jn 1111 N11 N N N N N NN N NN N r THE FARMtti 1N MN NNNINM SOME CLOVER TALK Farmers have received much in Btruction regarding tho value of clov urns nitrogen gatherer hut whilo 1 clover is capable of deriring its nitro gen from tho fuse nitrogen of lie nt mosphero with this aid of bacteria yet it cannot thrive without tho assist ance of the mineral fertilizers Us wally there is siilliclont phosphate ap to tho soil when tho wheat is bo rhIash Knrly in tho sprung after the wheat is well Marled shoat out hun dred poundH of nitrate of cola will givo n poor Hold of wheat new life and if tho rniiuo amount of milphnto of tash isndded both thus wheat nnd clover will ho hondiled After time wheat is cut off nhoiild wcods corn up on tho Htuhhlu land mow them off leforo they rake headway nn they will take plant food from thin clover Keep tutu clover Hold clear of weeds with tho mower tho first HOMOD and it will contain very fuw wiotN the ou omit your IStllhlo mntiuroHh ud norcrlwiiHwl on as iniiniiro limy cnntnln till Heeds of weeds tftilizllrllllholll le given ho preference ni less labor will also 1oHary in thoir applica tion Should till clover not NOCIII thrifty apply 100 lbs of land planter per micro nn it win provide limo in n olu bio form as woll rts assist in nil orntng Homo of tho potnnh in tho soil Clover profurn n soil that slightly alkaline nnd will tint prim profitable on mitt destitute of Item or that are neitl Clover n vnlunbht crop in hovornl trays AH much an four tons of liny per nun any bo HiHiuretl under favor nbln ouiHlitkitiH anil tho great ninHH of roots loft in tutu soil iontnin n large pro ortioii of thy psMtntinl olumuntH required by tho grain nnd potato crops It has IKHUI claimed that any thing will thriro tin n clover soil nnd Iwhen n clover crop in mado nu im liortnnt nun in thus rotation tho land ixcomiH moro fertio TIll sitting la nitrogen by growing donor in large rind it li n plant that in relinlied by nil chifwoH of live sleek limo onllnnry red clover is tutu fa verity in this neo tion and can not bo tliplnce by alfal fa or sty other legiiminoiiN crop In fuel though w oded IIMIII whoflt yetttho clover in fur minute tnhmble to fnrmer than u limit nmny fiirinort growing wheat mom for shading tho ClunJ clover than for t1 o crop itself hilt trill coiiibiiiation of wheat amid clover has IMMIII tested for yearn nuii will always prows Piitrnfying Iliml Curs flntlsfllotoryj nrotlueuH effecU IthotrutibloH Only Jio nt nil tlrtlRlltofllII IUPANSImill my breath was otfellslvll Idtitntte mind occaHionnlly I had n bad hond ache By tho tree of Ripnns Tnbulos I mil in a corniilion to nltund tl my daily duties my nppotito is ixcollent aid my digestion much im proved AT DRUGGISTS- The or five cent packet is enough for an ordinary occasion The family bottle six ty cents contains a supply for a year Berea College Founded 1855 PLACES THE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OF ALL Over 40 CollegeLibraryApplied Sclonco Two years course with Agriculture for young mun- Ind Domestic Science for young Indies CountyCortificlltnAcnduiny Courno Four years fitting for College for business nnd for life College CourHcs Litornry Scientific Classical loading to Baccn Intirnata degrees yearsninslo 1 Wo nro lucre to help all who will help thomRolres toward a Christian edit cation Our iiiHtrtiction is n free gift StudentH pay n small incidental foo PIYforbrought wltliln 2400 about tri to bo paid in advnnco- mi Hchoolls ondorsodhy Baptists Christians Disciples Congregationalists Mothodists Prosbytorians and good people of all For lad ittttit the SECRETARYIt WILL C OAMDLEIOeren Madison County Ky jr b rn 4 1 JTHETHE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON VII IOURTH QUARTER INTER NATIONAL SERIES NOV 10 TI or the 11miin JuilK II 711- Iliiuiii ITKIII IN 19fuldru Trxl Im evil 111Cuurwrnlury Iriimrrdl- iy III Ilex II M Slinrnn tO Wrlgbt 1W1 If Anurlran Press Anoriatton 7 And the twopu surd the Lord ull tlieUdemSo It In ulmj written Jn Josh xxlv 31 stud It seems to be RtVUII ilK II riUSOII fur thlll that they bud soon all the urcnt work of the Ionl hut Ilu did fur Ise ruol Rut now wo come to a illnVrtut story The book of Joshua tells of vier tory in the hUll Thin hook tells of sill JudKiiiiiit riiiontiiuet uiid dellvur uiiea Their Din WIIH dUobedlenee In nmkfiiK u leciKUe with the heathen nith IT than ninIv thug the true lad the Cud of Urnul to them The until nln of those who bear the uiiine of fhrUt totluy In that limtMid of Ovlng Kvnunitiil unto Him told honoring Him they lire In league wlUi the world Iyhlg the wicked ono 1 Julio v 10 Hum ill 18 SW There another generation oft IT hem which knew not the Lord nor yet tho work which lie hall dune fur Urucl- Joshuu und all that Keneratlon hat lug ims ed awuy from this prtwnt scene their micceiworn must lilt HI known of the Lord who hrou = lIt their others Into the promised hued but they hud no heart fur Him They did not like HM ways ills rlKlitoouNium lily domlnlun over them IIke their iliwcomluiiU long iifterwunl they nctcd nil If their heurlN sell SKuk unto uft Dtnooth tliliiRH prophesy deceit aium the Holy One of Israel to Mass from before lia xxx 10 111 They am rvproHunttil today by n vast multitude of ehurclikivr many of them churrh inutiiUtTH who will not oiitlniv MIUIM doetrlue ill Tlui Ir Si yet profess lor ally to Christ They prufemt let they know Goo yut In works they dotty Him 1IU Thor forsook the lArd end served haul and Achuruth- Th Ionl Gel who brought thorn out of the hind of Iteypt who led them through till lint serf on dry lurid WHO overthrew tho bust of tho Hvjyptluti tlitHr tliiiuliM who el them wl h inannfi nil IhrwiRh the wilderness Jour ney will illvklnl Jonluii before them and JRHt them the KNM lnwl with viiiuyanl ami olive yard home J fur which they UlMirnl lIutlUlI who dhl till this for them mid kale UHIII life iinil brenth and sip things Him they fooook ntid fell Into the Idolatry of the people round nliout them who knew not God Thus they worablp ileiiHHin std not not cJ Cur x flout xxxll IiI fur It Is the devil who turned Adam and Uvo from 01111111IHI asked the Hun of Cod to wornhlp him who hi Uifk of all thin ttiriiliiu away from Chi mid Ills truth and Ills wor Ulp and who working hunt In our day j In many tlmtloKteal jwiilnarlf nml pal Its to turn people away from God II It Whllhr o ver they went wit the hand of the Lord wee uRilnit hm for hit ac the lard hoI wild east thy wwe email oIlatrSI The tontlmony of one of their rulers about a tlmUMind yuan alter this was The Imnd of our Cod Is UJK II nil them gaud that Keuk Htm but Ills power 11tii wroth Is against nil them that 1Cur plan lie vlll 2S i In Lev and Iktit xxvlll God gave an warning to what lie do If they forsook but fur tnil this they tinned ntlll and believed I trot fur ills wondrous works They be lieved nut In Cod and trusted nut In ills Milvutlou Ill Ixxvlll 3221 The whole lllble tenches that Hlnco slit en tered the carnal mind Is enmity against GUll the heart Is deceitful and iloupcr utely wicked every ImuKltmtlon of his hoarl Is only evil iontlnuiilly Itoni vlll 7 Jar xvll Ceu vl It Kv rlhelc the Lout rolled up Judffwi which UrllvMxl llitMii out of the hand of thus that upollwJ tliem We tutee Just referral to the wonder ful Klnfulneits of mtiii and his rcl elllon uBahiKt Gel but the lllble Is full of the moro wonderful love of God who loved us IVtn when wo were dead In sins who commondetli Ills lure to yeteluncrsHorn v 8 That God Is Love Is the rout foundation truth of Scripture aihl belni such lie Is not willing that UII should perish Q John Iv 8 10 II rPct ill Many a time Ho turned Ills anger away from this people and being full of compassion lie tUrgU1II their Iniquity and destroyed nutI IM Ixxvlll US Ho sought mud Adum and live when in their slit they turned away from Him and lie hUll ever since been seeking and saving the lust 1719 They ceased not from their own doings nor from their stubborn way With many Blnuluga mid repenting they went from bad to worse They mucked time messengers of Gull and de spised Ills words und misused ills prophets until tho wrath of tho Lord arose against Ills people till there WilY no remedy III Chron xxxvl 10 Very lung Ho bore with them but llnally He Kent them Into captivity for seventy years After He restored them from Babylon and they again became a peo isle though not as before Ho sent to them Ills own Sun but they rejected Him and cruclllcd Him mud now they are scattered among all nntlons until Ho shall cOllie again In ills glory and then they will receive Him and be a 1rlJhlltJlI nation from that time forth They will blossom and bud and till the face of tho earth with fruit Mitt xxlll 3S 31 Isa xxv 8 xxvll 0 Ix 211 How wonderful Is the purimso of God and how sure of fulfillment lIsa xlv 21 Is xxxlll 11 How much of Inyivon upon earth every child of Jod might have If only willing to walk humbly with Him flout xl 21 Pa Ixxxl 1310 Wo enter into rest when we cease from our own works EXPERIENCEi 4 Truce MARKSI Anyone tr naln a nkHrn mm crletlnn mi ajocrtntn our free whether an Invention U lmbIIfoAlPIbl Comniunlnt tint atrltlly on Iatruu pln1lplIpprcIal rudkr IIIUlul CbUlltl lathe Scientific lmerlcauA bandnmely Illnclralixl hackle harem rtr- cuUtlon fir n Klenttno Journal Tern II a ruldbyaltnewadaiariI1uNN llraucb UBoe f BU WMbliuloa b or AMtnioAN pnnk leai Cameron said thin major after give fag the under Got grant that tills act of yours mny not bo known It will not bo for I all the only one who knows of it HIMI nod if it bciiiiiKM known I trust I shall have eounigo U metit the conaequuiiois like n inns And now Walmce he continued I win going The yoting wife who wits left in my clmrjfe I Iwve In yours I would gladly protect her myself but I prefer to s11ero leer the HIII of iKing tinder my protection If her hunbiind is tnltm niHl aile netMln me stud for me Cmnunui you are lending me to hope that he will not IN tnken 1Jtz Hugh went to the gala nenr by where Ills horse was standing isms mo mt g role sway As male as IH lad guns Tallnferro cnlltxl n iinro woiimn eel told hetto git to the lairs room ami Rt her if silo bad tint wme to bed to NUll to hits an Iw lm l a communication to hunk Leant 1uHl no thought of taking oft her clotlim She tvs waiting for wluit might lmpM i When aim received till innjor IIIMMRV site weld down to him with n tuesrt besting wildly Mmlmn Mid tho major iltfer ntiul ly your lninbaud has guns WJwreT naked Lairs with a blanch wl cheek JIlt wnlkml away In this prtwonco of CajitAln Hta HnKh who would nut de tain hint or inform in that he pad grove till he was obliged to do ao iNtluhybresthlrlIrtNllitor hoabHiMl for her sake How tong hAIl he been gutter IIP askfd Vote than half mi hour Hurt yore onlerwl hit imrcMitT- J hats Ami be lute It start ifTliirty minute YutII iMwr tak him lie hears a clmrmwl life Awl how madam wlmt roll I do for ywiJ My frloml charge me to sea that you Imve ovary nttttntion I will go oil and join my mother TotlghtTotlgltnow Your phaeton hliall bo lit tho door in n few minutes You unit accept myNt cart Th re vlll btJ n guard bufidtw It is taut neoMMry for you to go I shall not emit jt u to go without mo- Onlorlyl Hey orderly Tim ladys phaeton at once And mind for u oor ponil and six wen In tun minutes Laura Major Tahiti terra nmtwl be idi last six Ktnlwurt crfvnlry then in gray about her was on her witty to join her mother CHAPTKIt XXI THE UAU 18 OIRNEO laCllcrlll jioniilt true me to Introduce inn MarkIleading front Anderson mud Mieved that ho could avoid the pickets Making his way over a space covered with hushes and n low growth of timber ho struck tho road by which ho had come that day at u jioint beyond the vedette Then half a miles run brought him out of breath to a houso The occupants were not asleep mud Marl succeeded by i er suiision and threats in getting n horse to tithe him to Specks promising to send it back the next day with literal pay for its use He arrived at Slacks shortly before midnight uul his horso fell exhausted in the yard Slack received him with n shotgun pointed through the crack of thudoor Murk made himself known and asked fur his uniform mid hiM IIrlnll ttlkIligon Then ho went to tho stall where his horso stood The inure know her master when ho throw his arms about her neck iTiii iwmiica as gIRl to mm as no was to see III Ah Madge my darling Once on your bark old girl and this devil may catch me It he can He lust no tint in putting tho lilt in her month mid strapping on thin saddle Then putting his foot III the leather coy Bred stirrup he lifted himself into Isle seatFor tho first moment in ten days Mark felt the comfort of lieing in the saddle with his arras about him A few steps took him out of the Ixirn then turning his horses head in the direction from which he hind approached the place with Souri he role awny among the trees Jlefore going a intro Bred yards ho stopjKMl and listened Some sound had caught Isis our It was the gallop of horsemen He waited dreading n weight from his own horse which ho patted to hold her attention The horsemen passed on down the road little on brave boys said Mark if youre sifter me this faster you go in that direction the tatter Ill like It In the light of till waning moon ho trampled over the shadows of leaves as on it crazy quilt He crossed thu See Uatchlo by the ford over which Sour hind guided him mid took curl not to head too fur down tho stream ns he hind dono before Then ho eroded the creek near thu fallen log He struck the road by which he had loft Jasper just south of thu fork at which Souri hail hultod him Without luwitating moment he struck out at n brisk canter over the loft of the two roads the one loading to Tracy City- Mark had never experienced such situ nations as now On Isis own fleet purse his carbinu slung on his shoulder his pistol at his side on the road to the Union camps it wife whom he adored to join him in case he should arrive safely why should not tho spirit within him fairly glow with hope And never hind the euutiful Madge Ionic her rider with such evident ex hilaration Marks feelings freemod to lie infused into her an slit sped on her iron sheen dashing sparks frown the stones far brighter than till light of tho waning moon glistening on the bar ref of his carbine Hu reached Tracy at sunrise lie dud not dan to go through thu place so he kirtedjt and once above it role along the mountain plateau over n real load hug directly north Ho was now familiar with the country Arriving at a place culled Johnston ho struck off to tho right to Iurdnn whore two roads join leftdlng froth there to Alta cont Murk truck the main stum it few hun dreds yards from the junction As he rode up it slight rise on to tho road he cast his eye to the right There stand lug at till fork was u Confederate cave alry vedette- He slaw Murk as noon as Mark saw him Shouting to tho rest of the picket Must he dashed forward Now for f Madge This animal knew by lute tone that there was work tit lw untie and although she hind IMMII out since midnight nliu INIBUII thu taco with vigor On sped thin Union w ldlor followed at it fun hun dred yards dlstmieu by the Confederate tumid half a mile liehind by several others of the picket jHttt Mark wens within range hut lute pursuers did not cure to draw ruin in order to tire doubtless fear log that if they should fail to bring him down by thin bullet hu would scaleMadge did nobly and had she not been riding ups mountain suit for three or four hours would have easily die tanced hor pursuers As it WON thu man who followed tint was gaining rapidly Murk knew that he must either dispose of this fellow or be taken Coming to a slight lend in thin rout he rode a hun dred yards beyond to n place where his pursuer must suddenly appear around tho trees Itoining in his hone he faced about and Mpod still with his carbine at an him As soon as the man upiwnred Mark tired Tho Confederate fell tram his saddle mud his hone nmdo uhf into thin woods tlyingnot lie very fur front the Union pickets between hint nnd Ulu noun Looking ahead hesaw u horseman standing in thu road Whether he was Union or Confederate hu did not know but lucre wits no way to escape thin remainder of his pursuers except by keeping right on and trusting to meeting n friend As he role ou he noticed that tho horseman wore a forage cap Title looked well for tho Confederates nearly always wore huts Then hu could eee that the mans hotly haul u dark hue It must be blue At last ho ciiino near enough to discern yellow facings byhisthat his pursuershad halted They had evidently cecn thin Union picket and tired n farewell volley at tho fugitive Private Mark Malono was within the Union linen his mission was ended Mark was taken to the ofllcor in com mand at Altamont On tho way from tho picket line he was informed that till place wits occupied by McCooks divi sloe When he reached headquarters he mats himself mid his mission known and in n few minutes it cipher telegram was on its way to General Thomits at McMinnvillellrntn yesterday with no force except it few cavulry ClirHtlmiu and Vlllivrn innrcliliiK north Tbe main army guile by rail from OhattniiiKiga on the ItvritlyelKhth to Kiioxvllle IIUVATE MAIIK MAUINK Tell minutes later the spy wits sound asleep on a camp cot in u tent belonging to ono of the staff Murk hind hind no sleep for twenty eight hours rand for much of that tine ho believed that hu would bo retaken sleephourbugles called mid drums rattled ho slumbered on He dreamed that ho was at Chattanooga Ho with standing on thin scaffold Soldiers surrounded him Tin noose was adjusted about his neck He heard tho sound of the ax as it cut cryLauni his wife was standing beside him She sank down by thin cot and in a moment they were in each others arms ntiner KpoKe ixeitner wished to do aught lint leave tears tears of an ex qulMte happiness to How on silently For a time Laura saw in Marks face hnpllhlessIIoing his fingers through her dark hair or emootjiing it back with his hand while he covered her face with kisses Suddenly it thought seemed to come between her mid him What is it darling she asked mix lonely I was thinking mill Mark But no I will not think of thatTell me youloveLaura cast down her eyes Love Was it love She asked tho question of herself It was n summer breeze while title This Is a tempest Drawing her to him before imprinting a kits Mark added to her simile A wild west wind You are thinking of your Shelley sho said I shall love him too now since it was he who betrayed you to me And I stall lovo him tho more because ho betrayed me und tattle me Hu did tat finish He was thinking of the morning in tho garret when in her imiMirious way shin had clammed that sawing his life had made her its owner She remembered it too mid smiling till ished for hips And made you my slave But who mantle mo your lyre even as thin forest is to thin west wind Her caresses prevented a reply fur u timu When there wits a pause Mark exclaimed wonderingly Oh woman why must yon so often deny to the worthy that which you may give in such abundance to one whose only recommendation is an ability to cutch your fancy Again there came into his face the ex pression of n thought which seemed for thu moment to cary him away from her What is it now site queried anx lousily Mark smiled You will laugh at ine when I tell you Then you must bo laughed at I was wondering if when I get hack to headquarters the general will want mo to go right away on another mis Ion Her arms were about hint She drew a little away and fixed her black eyes ui ou him They shone like those of sans wivage but beautiful animal about to be bereft of her young fiercelyintogo with you Murk iiiiido no reply except to throw hll arms about her neck and draw her to him again Her fierceness was with him her chief charm Then he made an effort to rise Stay where you are she said in the same imi urious tono in which she hind given thu order once before when he threatened to leave thegorrut you shall liu theru till you promise that you will IK a spy no more s Let mo up cried Mark smiling at her earnestness Lie stint Come sweetheart ho said plead ingly let mo get up and Ill say with Hotupur to his Kate When Im on horseback TO swear I love theo infin itely1 pinionedprised at Laurus strength Promise Never Promise Why so I know I shall be dying to go again in a week Thou you shall lie there till the war is over But I thought you told me once that if you wore u tint you would bo all I have lncn So I would And you being a tuna might coutinut to bo so were you the husband of nay other woman but mine never Mark looked into her eyes and knew that his career in tho secret service had ended The savage opposition he saw there to his ever again risking such n death us ho hud but a few days before barely escajwd was too strong for him Where was his adroitness his ingenu ity hits readiness in peculiar situations Vanished under tho gaze of his young wife At last hu was subdued by n girlThe arrival of Laura the night before at thin farmhouse where her mother hind stopped mid awaited her coming anx iously their resumption of their jour ney tho next day during which Laura confessed all to her mother their safe arrival within the Union lines the timid ing Mark at headquarters may be passed over in u few short phrases Marks meeting with hits motherin law was to say the least embarrassing Mrs Pail received him with thin snide dignity that had characterized her throughout but without her former cor dimity As yet shun knew nothing about his connections and she disdained to ask But Murk had satisfied Laura and till information she transmitted to her mother was in u measure mollifying That afternoon tho party that hud ridden into Anderson the day before rodo out of Altmnont in the direction of Me Minnville To all outward appearance reallyhowimminent danger while Laura was in n state of terror Then they rode with scarcely n word Now language was inadequate to convey all they wished to expressIn evening thin party drew up be torn General Thomas tent at McMinn ville Murk went inside General he said you received my telegrum 1 did Had you not received tho informa tion before If wo had why should we be here There was a brief pause I have brought something besides in formation gentmi juity imrouuco a party waiting outside Certainly Murk went out and brought in Laura and her mother General Permit mo to introduce my wife Thin general looked nt thus blushing Laura then at her mother then at Murk in undisguised astonishment I thought you hud been on a scout ho saidI ve And courted and wed at the same timeYes general Be seated ladles Now explain all this Mark gave an outline of his adventures his listeners eyes opening wider as ho proceeded When the recital was finished thin general culled out Orderly In a twinkling a man was standing in the tent waiting an order Send for Chaplain Gudsden Yes sir I am u trifle uncertain about that wedding remarked the general I think wed better have it done according to the regulations All smiled save Mrs Fain who since she hall been informed of all that hud oc curred from the time of Mr Slacks ar rival at her house to Lauras joining her the night before maintained a rigid and dignified silence While they were waiting for the chap lain tho general wrote u telegram to Mr Fain at Nashville announcing the arrival of his wife and daughter lie did trot mention thin soninlaw The chaplain came and the bride and groom were wed again this time with ample witnesses for the whole staff had been ordered to report in person at headquarters to witness marriage core mOil The general gave the bride away and after the benediction offer ing hits arm to Mrs Fain led thin way to mother tent whore u collation of for aged viands foraged unbeknown to the general and consisting principally of cold chicken was served Unfortunately there was not a glass of wine in camp for the ladies the only spirits be ing commissary whisky nut the Rob inson County of thin country While the party were refreshing themselves word was received front Nashville that Mr Fuiu was out of dun ger und impatiently awaiting his wife and daughter After communicating this pleasant bit of information thin general turning to lnrklialt1I you hereafter on ray staff I have learned front your colonel that there is a vacant lieutenancy for you in your regiment and I will issue an order detailing you for duty with me But this rank need bo only tem porary The itnuy is about to be divided into army corm and my troops will con stitute one of them Under tho recent law fixing the stuff of corps command ers I shall nominate you for inspector general with rank of lieutenant colonel to bo nppointed by time president For the first time since she haul been apprised of thin fact that her daughter was a wife Mrs Fain looked happy General said Mark while Inp preciate tho honor yon so kindly bestow upon me I would prefer were it not for my wife to remain in tho secret service She certainly deserves this distinction you offer and I accept it for her I re joice at the prospect of being near you and shall not bo averse now since I have so much to live for to a service nut connected with u constant reminder of hemp rope At this juncture an aiddecamp entered and handed the general a tele gram Ho cast his eye over it and said Thin ball is opened Nelson is fight ing the advance of Braggs army at Richmond Kentucky TIlE END OUR NEXT SERIAL An Interesting Situation Taken from our New Serial thicH- Y tffimmJlgffi WAD BTfflil Author of Chattanooga and other popular War Stories The interesting situations in this story are numerous the dialogue is delightful and the characters are engaging and lifelike READ IT IN THIS PAPER 1 NOT IN ANYTRUSr Clany newspapers have currency to reports by Imwponiilblc parties to thaellect IhntIhad entered a trust or combination we wUh ii to assure the public that there Is no truth In such retorts We have been manufacturing nenrlng machines for over a quarter ofa century and have established a reputation for our selves and our machines that Is the envy of all others Our AVir honor machine has never been rivaled as a family machine It stands at the hood ofall Iflyh Grinlet eewlng machines and stands on Us nirii merits Tear Vein ttoine IH tIe onu realty llldil iltiin fiftrinu JUCIHO fIll the inttrlrf n It Is not necessary for us to enter Into a trust to save our credit or pay any debts we Lava- nodebts to lay We liavo never entered Into competition with manufacturers of low grude cheap machine that are mails to sell regard less of any Intrinsic merlin Do not bo de ceived when you want a Rowing machlneilont send your money away from home lull on a fern Home Itriilrr ho cuiiwll youu luroIHlliCwhrowrite direct to us THE NEWHOMESEWINO MACHINE CO ORANGE MASS Sew vni ChlcngoI M1Aru15MoAlan la Oaf Dallas Tex dun Kruiiclsco CHI SISCO COI NicbolasYille Ky Necessary Expenses for Twelve Weeks School Persons who board themselves can spend as much or little as they choose on living axpottM It pays to have a llttlo extra money fonUot urea books and other things lint the net sry expenses are only as follows To pay tbe lint day School LAan irAAtinctdentalHraplUl Fee Jt etc slant 2 00 Ij Ocnen Deposit 00 00 Furnished Itoom fuel U Ji First Months Hoard 6 W 5 00 00 15termLaundry I M Beginning Mo Bonn 6 00 01 Bcglnulna 3d Mo Board 6 00 MX assere WVI Oenl Deposit returned 100 00 Total Expense la Wnelcs 87 CO 27 00IFor those below A Grammar deduct thus tbook audit from Incidental tee making the total only e2e5o- when four girls room together ouch tare ti or more on room sad fuel making the total only V226O If classed below A Grammar Room and heel cost one dollar more iu the Winter term Two rooms for housekeeping with store etc ran usually be rented for from 1 to 15 a terra The price of n big calf n little tanbark or n few home tpun bedcovers will give u term of school which will charge ones whole life for the betters A WeakStomach Indigestion Is often caused by over eating An eminent authority says the harm done thus that from the excessive use of alcohol Eat all j thegoodfoodyonwantbutdontoverS may refuse to digest what you eat t 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 Dieting unneces t sary Kodol quickly relieves the feel ing of fulness and bloating from which some people suffer after meals Absolutely cures Indigestion Kodol Natures Tonic OoChtcaroThilL To the Politic Allow me to say a tow words in praise of Chamberlains Cough Rom edy I had a very severe cough nnd cold and feared I would get pneu monia but after taking tho second dose of this medicine I felt better three bottles of it cured my cold and the pains in my chest disappeared one tirely I am most respectfully yours for health RALPHS MEYERS Cl Thir tyseventh St Wheeling W Va For sale by S E WELCH Jn Three Years in RichmondtAnd out of all thA sots of tooth that have been made at my olhce if there is one set or any sets that show any defects I will make a now set free Wo aro making the best set of teeth in tho world for 750 and if Infects show in ive years we givo you a now set free This to all tho tooth have mate or am going to nmku the best alloy fills iu tho world at 76 cents DR HOBSON Dentist Permanently located iu time Uobso- rBuildingtuoxt door to Gov eminent BuildingIIRichmond Kentucky Reference Richmond National Bank Special Price to Students Cut this out cold take it to S E Welch Jrs drugstore and got a free samplo of Chamberlains Stomach and liver Tablets the best physic They cleanse and invigorate tho stom ach improve time appetite and regulate tho bowels Regular size 25c per box i e pr I IfTHECITIZEN NMNNNINNINIHNNNNIIIHIINNIN U LOCAL AND PERSONALM- 1NN11N1NNNNINNNNLHNNN i i Fresh Broad at rrostona on Main streetTutor Dizney is in Hnrlau county in tho interest of the College Master Willnrd Sharp is visiting his grandmother near the Depot Fresh Fish and Oysters every Fri day at Prestons on Main street Gilbert Wyatt and family left SatI unlay for their Tennessee home Fresh Graham and New Corn Meal every Saturday at J C Sharps BEST BREAD at Bicknell tC Early Prof C R Raymond was home from a mountain trip in time to cast votePros Frost gavo short addresses in several Richmond churches on Sun day last Mr Burritt Fee on account of illness has returned to his home in Clarksburg Ind Mr Perry M Reynolds now of Hamilton Ohio is visiting his old friends in Berea Miss Jennio Hanson came from Yilliainsburg to spend Sunday with Mr and Mrs S G Hanson Uncle John Kirby has been quite sick at his homo for nearly two weeks but we are glad to say ho is better rho tall chimneystack and the handsome brick walls of the Indus trial building are rapidly going up Miss Beulah Viars who has been ill from typhoid fever for two months is here on a visit to Mrs Jas Dalton Rev and Mrs M K Pasco are at Pine Grove Jackson county where Mr Pasco is assisting in a protracted meetingJ Hoskins Center street and R E Preston Broadway dealers in real estate can supply home seekers on short notice Anderson Jones made the editor a present of a turnip grown on Mr Jones farm near Silver Creek weigh ing filb 10 oz The family of G W Ward of Inez Martin county has come to Berea and will occupy the house at the foot of the hill south of Prof Dodges Mr Brack Pigg and Mrs Alice Pigg have moved to Hamilton 0 led by a desire to secure expert medical treatment for an invalid daughter Miss Mary Derthick secretary to Prof Hickman of the government observatory station at Wooster Ohio is visiting at Rev and Mrs Derthick Rev J L Sturgill preached at Wallace chapel Sunday morning and administered the ordinance of bap tism to one candidate in tho afternoon- J S Rutherford of near Wallace ton will have a public sale of stock farm implements corn household furniture etc on Friday Nov 28 Secretary W C Gamble is leading the singing at the protracted meeting conducted by Rev J 0 Buswell this week for the Y M C A of State CollegeMrs Jennie Lester Hill left Berea on Friday last for a tour of several weeks studying the methods of lead ing domostio science schools in the North and South W N Reid passed through Berea where ho has been transacting busi nose for the Hume Cooperage Co en route to Burnside Ky for classing 10 car loads of staves On Saturday Nov 8 Rev H J Derthick solemnized the marriage of Miss Laura Washburn to Mr F A Dorthick The parties left at pnce for their home at Mantua Ohio Mr Martin Mahaffoy a soldier in the Civil War and a member ofCapt James West Post of Berea diedat his home just outside tho town limits mill was buried on Tuesday last Jo S Joplin of Richmond has the 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 Miss Hallio F Embree Berea class of 1001 who has spenlthe pastsixteen months with relatives in Idaho Utah and Wyoming is making a two mouths visit with her mother here Brother Dodwell and wife spent Saturday and Sunday at Wallaceton tho guests of Esquire Baker and fam ily Brother Dodwell preached at Wallace chapel Sunday night to a good congregation Tho football game onLincoln Field Saturday last between Boron College team and the second team of State College was tho most evenly matched ever played here neither party suc ceeding in making a score On Thursday following the funeral of Waldo Lusk on Tuesday October 28 Fay Hanson thoroughly I fumigat ed the rooms occupied by Waldo dur ing his illness from typhoid thus freeing the rooms of all disease germs Six quart tin pail 10 cents Three cakes tar soap fIIFour ounces smelling salts 10II All first quality goods at THE TEN CENT STORE next door to postoflice Richmond Ky Our doctors are strongly advocating that all rooms either in town or coun try that have boon occupied by ty phoid fever patients shall bo carefully and thoroughly fumigated The idea is a good one and should meet with general adoption Last Saturday Miss Nourso gave a fruit party to ladies of the school and convocation An abundance of fine fruit Jof different kinds was hidden among the leaves and elsewhere about Pros Frosts and all joined in an animated search for the toothsome treasures HELP WASTED F F and GC Hall former Berea students now operate 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 Xolt Berea references given if desired NNNNH1 NNN HNNNNN NN rCORRESPONDENCE li IIHNHN NHNHH NN2M- ADISON COUNTY WALLACETON Miss Dora Anderson of Silver Creek was tho guest of her uncle Mr W O Anderson last week Misses Mary Fuuuio and Jennie Todd entertained a large number of friends at their homo on Wednesday evening Oct 29Mr Dan Botkius our enter prising merchant returned last week from Louisville whero ho has boon engaged in buying a now stock of goodsMrs Rachel Duck who has been visiting her brother Mr David McCollum returned home Monday Leslie Bolin left Fridav for Illinois to seek his fortune Miss Emma Soper of Lancaster was the guest of her uncle and aunt Mr nut Mrs C H Baker last week Misses Mollie and Bertha Johnson were the guests of Misses Fannie and Jennio Todd Wed nesday and Thursday Mrs Will Watson of Ford is the guest of her brother Mr Palestine Ballard this weekMrs Lizzie Wylie wife of F Wylie died of consumption Saturday Nov 1 She leaves a husband and throe children to mourn her death Burial at Wallaces chapel Sunday evening Friends of this community extend sympathy to Mr Wylie in his sad bereavementMr and Mrs C M Coyle of Gridley Ill wore the guests of Mr and Mrs Jas Champ Mr Coyles sister last weekMr and Mrs E Brockman visited Mrs Brockmans parents Mr and Mrs G B Gabbard Saturday and Sunday Mr R B Gabbard and wife visited G B Gabbard Sunday Green Gab bard who has been in Ohio for tho past nino months returned homo SundayMr and Mrs Gib Gaffney visited George Robereou Sunday Miss Mary Ogg entertained friends Wednesday night Nov 5 Miss S Lawson returned home Saturday from a visit to her sister Mrs Moue near BereaROCKCASTLE COUNTY DISPUTANTA There was preaching at the Clear Creek Baptist church Sunday Mr I L Martin of Scaffold Cane was on Clear Creek Sunday Mrs Rebecca Anglin are visiting her sister Mrs Cof fee of Langford Station this week Mrs Mollie Cook and son of Tucola 111 is visiting her sister Mrs W A Hammond Born to Mr and Mrs S P Hammond a little daughter Lulu MaySquire J M Reynolds was on Brush Creek Monday looking after tho county roads Mrs W A Hammondand daughter and Mrs Mollie Cook and son visited Mrs A W Stewart of Wildio Saturday Your correspondent visited Miss Nan nie Anglin MondayLook out girls W W Anglin says ho is going to be married soon Messrs Tom and John Stewart of Wildio attended the bap tizing at Clear Creek Sunday GARRARD COUNTY CARTERSYILLE Maurice Green who has been visiting homofolks returned to London Friday Mrs Merrill is very ill at this writingMrs J B Carter has boon on tho sick list for several days Dora Nantz who has been very ill of typhoid fever is improving Mrs J D Carter was sick last week but is about again Messrs Oliver and Grover Wilson who have been visit I ing their uncle Mr H Green return ed to their homo in Georgetown last weekW II Hammack has moved to Cartersvillo Our prayer meetings Sunday evening at the M E and Wednesday evening at the Christian church are very interesting butnot so well attended as they should be Every body meet with us anti help increase tko interest Mr Gabriel Salter moved from Paint Lick to Car tersvillo last week Messrs Carter fc Johnson are again drilling Wo still have hopes of an oil boom for our little town Tho assessor did our town last weekMr Ike Arnold is home from a two weeks trip to Okla homa JACKSON COUNTY WELCHBURO The annual meeting which was held at this place Oct 21 25 and iU- WI18 n success everybody seemed to enjoy themselves Among those who attended from Berea were Messrs C A Van Winkle and James 1 Bick nell Come ngninMr J R Collier and wife from London Ky visited friends and relatives at this place Sunday George W Bowling of London was in town Sunday and dined with Mr and MrsG Goodman Philip Hall of this place has gone to Letcher county on usiIlMsC Moore of this place has gone to McKee where ho will bo engaged in business for his brother Goo Mooro KERBY KNOB Joseph Hays in still very illThoro was a family reunion of tho Dullards at their old homestead on Clover Bot tom Sunday James Fowler and family of Illinois are visiting relatives heroAlex Perry who tins had his arm amputated as a result ora shot is rapidly growing wollA series of meetings at Grassy Springs last week resulted in Fifteen additions to tho church Dr Williams of this place has novel to Big Hill occupying tho Asbury house MASON COUNTY MAYSYILLE Mr L D Henderson received Sun day morning a telegram from Cin cinnati bearing the sad intelligence of tho death of his son Clarence Tho funeral was held at the house Tues day afternoon Rev O A Nelson of ficatiug Mr Henderson has the sin cure sympathy of tho entire commun ity Misses Julia Young Maggie Robertson Alice Simins and Mr W C Forty spent Saturday Flemings burgOno of the most delightful features of tho season was n Hallow een reception given by Miss Julia Young to a number of her friends at the home of her paronts on Forest avenue Various games were indulg ed in until a late hour after which a delicious lunch was served Every one highly enjoyed himself The Scotts chapel evening Sundayschool is progressing nicely under its efficient Supt Miss Lida Walker The mem bers of the Plymouth Baptist church are holding a revival Quite a neat sum of money was realized from tho rally at Bethel church last Sunday week S DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE WKATIIKII nUKKAU Voluntary Ob rver Meteorological lloconl fur week cluling November 10 19tUat Uerea Station Maximum 9ba November I Minimum 8T November H Rainfall 47 on November fi6 F D GARB REPAIR THAT LOOM Berea College has secured marks for homespun and homewoven goods such as bed coverlids linen dross linsey jeans blankets etc at follow ing prices Coverlids f 4 to fG Linen 40 to 50 cents a yard Dress Linsey CO cents- a yard Jeans GO cents a yard Blankets natural brown wool or bark dves3 a pair White linsey and white blankets- are not in demand only on orders Coverlids must be 2 yards 72 inches wide and 2 yards 90 inches long All dyes used must be old fashions homemade dyes Any woman who watts to sellcover lids or homespun to Borea College should find out what the College wants before beginning to weave or spin For information apply in per son or by letter to Mrs Hettie W Graham Berea Ky A IJbernI Offer The undersigned will give a freo sample of Chamberlain s Stomach and Liver Tablets to any one wanting a reliable remedy for disorders or the stomach biliousness or constipation This is a new remedy and a good one Sold by S E WELCU JR A Womnni Awful Peril There is only one chance to save your life anti that is through nn opor ntion were the startling words heard by Mrs B Hunt of Limo Ridge Wis from her doctor after ho hind vainly tried to cure her of a frightful case of stomach trouble and yellow jaundice Gall stones hind formed and she constantly grow worse Then sho began to use Electric Bitters whichwholly cured her Its n wonderful Stomach Liver and Kidney remedy Cures Dyspepsia Lows ol Appetite Try it Only Silk Guar anteed For salo by all drugstores This will save your Life By inducing you to ueo Dr Kings New Discovery For Consumption Coughs and Colds Tho only Cunrnntood Cure NO Curo NO Pay Your Drug gist will warrant It- ABIOLUTELY CURES Grip Influenza Asthma Bronchitis Whooping Cough Imumonla or an Affection Throat and Lungs TRIAL DOTTLES FREE Regular Size 00 cnnte rind SlOfl If ycuro billions and seeking advis Take DoWittH Little Early ers Just before going to bed Risers You will find on tho morrow You nro rid of your sorrow Thats nil just enough snit These famous pills do not gripe but novo tho bowels gently and easily cleansing the liver Their tonic effect gives strength to the glands preventing a return of tho disorder For sale by East gmt Drug Co Farm for Sale One Mile West of Panola Madison County Ky Containing about one hundred anti seventyfive lire acres or good gnu ing or torn land well watered about twentyfive 2T acres of good tinder oak hickory maple etc good hearing orchard of apples peaches pears etc good nixroom dwelling with good spring near the door stable mud corncribwithshehsandoutbuildings Will bo sold as a whole or in trout to suit purchasers For price terms etc address Thomas Million Richmond Iy Or call at the farm btlal4 Lost winter an infant child of mine hadcroup in a violent form says El tier John W Rogers a Christian Evangelist of Filley IoIII gave her a Sow doses of Chamberlains Cough Remedy and in a short timo all danger was past and the child recov ered This remedy riot only cures croup but when given ns soon ns tho first symptoms appear will prevent tho attack It contains no opium or other harmful substance and may bo given confidently to a baby ns to an adult For solo by S E Welch Jr Farm for Sale On Scaffold Cane one and a half miles from Conway at the forks of the Richmond and Mt Vernon Roads Convenient to School and Church Containing about 60 acres 30 acres cleared fairly well fenced enough timber for fuel and fencing for many years never failing springs with hy draulic ram good young orchard of a hundred bearing trees good six room dwelling good barn henhouse and outbuildings n storehouse in good location etc Will sell cheap for cash Apply to C M See Berea Ky Or THE CITIZEN Oiiice A Tliunkaclvln Dlnnrr Heavy eating is usually tho first cause of indigestion Rbpaoted at tacks inflame the mucous membranes lining the stomach exposes tho nerves of tho stomach producing a swelling after eating heartburn headache sour risings and final catarrh of the stomach Kodol relieves tho inflamation protects the nerves and cures the ca tarrh Kodol cures indigestion dy spepsia all stomach troubles by cleats ing and sweetening tho glands of the stomach For salo by East End Drug Co FriN0Iid LI GathesIn each pound package of Lion Coffee from now until Christmas will be omul a free game amusing ami instructive So different kinds llt Lion Coffee and n Free Game at Your Iroccrs cords U I had a terrible cold and could AyersCherrymediate reliefVI Layton Sidell III coughbeably Ior its first a cold then a cough then bron chitis or pneumonia and consumptionCoughs downward Stop this downward tendency by taking Ayers Cherry Pectoral Tliff ftlff noofh for an ordinary edd ak fat y rat bnNtldur h hard caldte 1 ruoI Kun ml al fur chronic e4t kp on I Amex yu Uxiill tart Cnrril of Illr After 40 Vmri Mr C honey or Geneva Ohio had the piles for forty years Doctors and dollar could do Mill no lasting good DoWittH Witch Hazel Salvo enrich him purmanontly Invaluable for cute burns btiiww sprains lacera Bolls eczema totter salt rheum and allother skin diseases Look for the nnmo DoWitt on tho package nil others are cheap worthless counter felts For sale by East End Drug Co West End Meat Market For Fresh MenU Salt Meats Sliced Ham Lnrd SIlI age Vegeta bles etc HighcHt prico for Country ProduceR H ROYSTON bono O4n4 fr llunttlfi itlll Aaa lift Saa Torlurnl I suffered such pain front curls I could hardly walk writes H Rob inson HillHoorougli Ills hut Bucklens Arnica Salvo completely semi them Acts like mngic on sprains bruises emits sores scalds burns boils ulcers Perfect healer of skin diseases and piles CUte guaranteed Ouly 2fc nt nil drugstores I Canvasser Wanted Itosell PRINTERS INK t n journal for ndverllHers puhliHhed weekly at Hvo teachesihighlyIthis country and Great Britain Liberal com mission allowed Address IKINTiatS isle in Spruce MNrw York l tine Mlnul Clinch Curr In tho only harmless cough euro that gives relief Cures Coughs Colds Croup Bronchitis Whooping Cough Pneumonia Asthma LnGrippo mid nil Throat Client and Lung troubles I got Booked by rain says Gertrude K Ftiiner Muncie Ind and ron traded n severe cold anti tOugh failed rapidly loot IS Ibm My drug gist recommended Quo Miiiuto Cough Cure Tho first bottle brought roller several cured mo I am back to my old weight 118 his Ono Miuuto Cough Curl ruts the phlegm relieves tho cough nt once drawn out hillnm nation cures croup An ideal reme dy fur children For Hide by Kant End Drug Co Have your meas ure taken for your new pall garments It Is the only proper and sat isfactory way of buying your clothes Make your selec lion from the tailoring line of STRAUSS BROS Chicago Est 1877 load tailor for over a quarter century Youll find a world of pleasure In wearing the clothes made by Strauss Bros faultless In style fit finish and mater lads Theyre so much better than the ordinary run of clothes yet prices are aston ishingly low and youre per fectly safe In ordering be cause If garmcntsarenot sat isfactory you neednt take them We will be pleased to show you samples Call J 1ORANUMI1ItI- t e The Citizen FIFTY CENTS A YEAR n u THE 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