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REV JOHN DODWELL Editor and Publisher Knlrrnl at IV fottoffle o Serta Ay QI frond elan maUmatltr r e VOL IV A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY NOVEMBER 20 1902 Fifty cents a year NO 22 it IDEAS r Tim sluggard will not plow by roiiHon of tho cold therefore shall ho bfg In harvest anti have nothfng liniLi Comments on the text Ho who does not mend his roof in 61r weather will get wet when it miIlH He who dos not provide wooclI when it is warm will uhlvor when it is cold If your house is on tin pray but pray while on the run and carrying n bucket of water Tho soldier ought to trust pal but he must koephiN powder dry You nro Inzy mead selfish if you nhk Qod la do his pert and yours too God helps those who help them selves TAKE NOTICE llev1 0 Huswoll who conducted tho great revival in tho Chapel last winter will preach at tho Talwrnnclo next Monday and Tuesday nights nt 7tX Thanksgiving exorcises will lake place in tho Tnlwrnncle on Thurmlny Nov 2 i nt 1050 n m Addreaws by Prof Jones Dr Burgess and Prof Dodgu All nro invited to suspend c ordinary business nnd nttcnd FROM THE WIDE WORLD The Ropublin of Cuba is threaten dug to carry her grievance to the Ilnguo tribunal for arbitration An American wnrmiip the Bogota boinmo involvtsl in an exchange of dhols with seine Coloniliinii revel tioniMtK and kilhxl alwut 10 of the latter Tho now steamer Koron of t ho Iali Ie Mail lino huts crowed the Pacific s otonn from Japan to San Frniicisco in ten days This is four dRIll less than nny previous voyage and an av iTtigo of 170 unites n dRY Tho Korea Is tint largest ship over built in Amer ica IN OUR OWN COUNTRY An olovnted ulectrio rend is soon to Im built along t h1llIml nil the way across Ohio from Cincinnati to Toledo Arthur Redforn jockey will make 10000 next year if nblo to till nil his contracts for the saddle Pretty good tsagre for n lay A Cleveland judge punished anal for showing his cows to Injure peoples awns by rompolling him to listen toy lie opinions oxprosHod nbout mini by r his nmghlrars In Chicago a freight train conduc tor while on tho top of n car and tilt train moving 15 miles nn hour was roblMnl of n gold watch nod monoy and tho robbers pscnpod- ProHidont Roosevelt and ExPiosi donl Cleveland wore guests of honor nt the recent dedication of the great building of thu Now York Chamber of Commerce and made speeches In Kokomo Ind John Roonoy an intimnto early friend of Abrahnm Lincoln and said to bo the only per son who over threw Lincoln in wriwt ling Is keeping house alone nut net lug as n switchman COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Oil Inns been struck nl tho mouth of Cow Creek just above Irvine Eslill county Fourteen divorcy cases are to lx trial nt tho coming tern of DouYhon county circuit court Tho jury in tho McDonald nt Manchester and in another miinlor cline fniled to agree Some miscreant seems to bo engag ed In firing buildings nt various points of tho city of NowportI Ilarlnu Ruckles of Hnrdin county was sentenced to lifo imprisonment for killing Deputy Sheriff Robt Reed Allow railway first class from Covlngton to Louisville with curs t run liO mules nn hour is ono of tho now projects for the improvement of Kentucky f Tho fnlfio teeth of a woman In Coy ingtou left in n cup of water lcd dentally found their way ton garbage wagon and woo found after much searching Kentuckians nro excited by tho ro port that floury Youtsoy Inns made n confession in tho matter of the Goo hrhelllluniert but says that Jim How ant fired the shot THE CITIZEN rAN OPEN LETTER from Our Old friend E Guy Tankers ley now In Houston Texas Gnlvestou Tex Nov HK2 Some days since I saw nn account of two Louisville athletes who lastedsuveu lays and experienced no bad rosulta At that time I was con templating n fast of tour five six or seven days just as much as I could Htnnd not knowing my capacity for fasting I hind tried leaving off one two annul four meals in succession and each limo felt that I had boon bone fliedtTo begin with about two months rfgo I took a deep cold which settled in my bronchial tubes amtall theI remedies for coughs nnd colds I tried without gutting any good out of them At last f went to ono of thu brat doctors lucre and began taking his medicines which did not touch my trouble then I went to n second one but to no purpose as my rough got worse amid my lungs Boomed to lo filling up with a thick sticky yel lowish iihstnnco So Int last start NI on a seven days fast You will find bolow my weight for each tiny Sat Oct Jft weight 128 lbs Monn 27 121jn Tins 28 120 Wd 211 119 Thur 80 118 Fri 11 lilt i e Sat Nov 110J Sun 2 116 Time fourth tiny was tho hardest to keep from eating Sunday nnd Monday Nov 2JJ I IxHamb very weak in tutu lower limbs ant have not regained my accustomed strength yet in that part of my body My lungs are clear of anything liko a cold and my brain is clearer than it huts been for several years I did not work however except to take long walks on the hunch mid breath deeply Mon day evening Tuesday night Wednesday evening Thursday night nnd Friday evening I took the regular gymnasium class work lending the classes at night and I did not feel wearied with the exorcises give you this for what you can get out of It Rut one thing is certain in digestion in hound to bo cured by n fast mutt nn nbundnnco of water both internally anti externally r r Yoil will kindly send my paper to tho Houston Y M C A ns I go there next Monday as Physical Director Yours truly It Gfv TANKKMLFY LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAILROAD Time Table In Effect Nov IB 1902 loins North Trnln 41ally- Leave Ho tea 3 21 a 1Arrlo HiclIlIlUlICIoOI T2 a tn Arrive PnrilloOli 05 a111 Arrive Cincinnati 790 a m IIMR North Twin l Dully Leave hloreu11 SO am Arrive Ilicluumoud1210 am Arrive Paris 919 pmil Arrive Cincinnati Ii 00 pm lolliK South Train Dally Loavo Berea1 22 p m Arrive Lhtngston218 p m lolnc South Trnlu fl Dully Leave Heron II TO p m Arrive LiviugatonN12 30 a tn Trains No and No f make con section at Livingston for Jollico and tho South with No 21 and No 27E J W Stephens Ticket Agent REPAIR THAT LOOM Boron College Inns secured a market for homosmin nnd homowoven goods such ns bed coverlids linen dross- liusoy jeans blankets otc at follow bug pricos Coverlids f 4 to f6 Linen 40 to 50 coots n yard Dress Liusoy GO cents a yard Jeans 50 coats a yard Blankets natural brown wool or bark dyes 3 n pair 01Vhile liusoy and white blankets are not in demand only on orders Coverlids must be 2 yards 72 inches wide and 2J yards 00 inches long All dyes used must be old fashioned homomado dyes Any woman who wants to soil cover lids or homespun to Boron College should find out what tho College wnnts before beginning to weave or spin For Information apply in per son or by letter to Mrs Hcttie W Graham Boron Ky THE MARKETS Al BY A 0 NOHMAN it IttNClNNATi November l- eCATTLECommonf200 J27C II Butchersti00 fi10 I Shipjwrs Llil 56- 0CArvnsCholco700 7T 0 II Largo CommoniiOO 60- 0IlonaCommou175 CIO Fair good light 015 025 Packing125 G16- SIIKKP Good to choice 200 JJK Common to fair 1500 2KO LUIIISOood to choiconli 52b Common to fairii75 4MJ WUEATNo2 Hod 751 76 CORN 88 41 821ilysNoFuiun Winter patent865 185 fancYa11i J BIO Pumily28j 805 MILL FEEn1100 1700 HuNol1imotlUJlJU 1400 No 1275 I No1 Clover lt75 16 1025 No2A II 800 frl 8HO PooLTnr Springers 10 Heavy hens II RoostersI j Turkey lions U Ducks II Eons Fresh near by 21 S 21 HIDES Wot salted 7 No 1 dry Ralt1Bull OJ 7 Sheep skins 40 liU TALLOW Primo city 01 1 7 Country Jig 6J WOOL Unwashinl medium couching 17 18 Washed l4 2i tub washed 211 2i3 FEATHERS Geese new nearly white m 4gray to average 88 40 Duck colored to white 10 97 Chicken whito no quills 20 Turkey body dry 12 12 A Lllitrul Over The undersigned will give a free sample of Chamberlains Stomach nnd Liver Tablets to any ono wanting a reliable remedy for disorders of tho stomach biliousness or constipation This is n now remedy and u good one Sold by S 13 WELCH Ji- mA n Fine Opportunity If you want the ad vantages of a first class School and good Society I will sell my throoroom well plan lewd frame house on a lot 120 feet wide 100 toot deep near tho L N debt in Boron Ky together with my well appointed Sawmill aunt fine Grist mill Time mill buildings are all ndw and iron roofed The machinery is all in perfect order Tho water sup ply both for house nad mill is never tailing I WILL SELL AT A BARGAIN Write or call on J C SHARP Berea Ky Food Changed Tn IuUon Putrefying food in the intestines produces effects liko those of arsenic but Dr Kings New Life Pills expel the poisons from cloggd bowels gently easily but surely curing Con stipation Biliousness Sick Headache Fevers all Liver Kidney and Bowel troubles Only 2Co at all drugstores Reduced to FIFTY CENTS A YEAR New Idea- Womans Magazine liT Ftroalr OneDollar IFashlorifore the American public Itshows New Ideas In Fashions In Millinery In Embroidery In Cooking la Womans Work and In Reading beautifully Illustrated In colors and- in black and white Above all shows the very fashionable New STYLES made from New PAT Texas which cost only lOc each Send Five Cents Today fornlncl coped the Niw IDIA WOMANS and M what ertal rahef- or tke money can eh you u TUX NEW IDEA P1JBLIIIJlIN C- Brtatvay New Terk It T Dont Use- Spectacles Unless you noel thorn and if you use them bo Burn thuy fit your noel I will giv o thorough examination FUKEOF ciuum mavens indicating the correct glasses to use II you dont noel glasses I will toll you so I TI Ae Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main Street Richmond Ky DR M E JONES g Dentist OtflceRear Mrs Fishs Millinery Storo i Office Days Thursday Friday and Saturday of each week MONUMENTS Urns Headstones Statuary Granite and Marble Work of all kinds done in n workmanlike manner at ren sotiablu prime and with dispatch All work guar untaxed b- yGOLDEN FLORA RICHMOND Ky ttimtr of Main Colllni Str- eetANOTICE I would like to make the aqunint mice of everyone within reach of Born canMAKE CHAIRS Tan and Dress Leather or do Splint or Bark Bottoming Plonso send mo your address or call when in town CHAS A KING Siippriiilrnilrnt of Building llerwi ColleKC The Horse Will Ge Through more work with less expenditure of energy if his harness in a good tit Costs no more to have it that way Nigh Grade and Perfect Fitting Harness is sold hem at tho price of the badly made illfitting kind that iff widely advertised by mail ordor houses At 1800 we aro selling Team Harness that isnt equaled by any sold anywhere at tho price There isnt a wuak place in it TIJ Moberly Richmond Ky t I WeeklySDevoted to the Interests of THE HOME FARM k SCHOOL 60 CENTS A YEAR lI 1111 I lIoi +rbI Ltd IT WILL PAY YOUI TO COME HERE FOR iIIIIHIfH MI M M IIM MMH- Overcoats i t Youll find n great stock to choose from plnin honest coats ns low us five dollars or rich ologant gar ments ns lino as twentyfive anela wealth of great bargains al- 7 8 10 1250 and Up Ant dont forgot that wo are heed quarters for everything else worn by man or fay H1I o Covington and Banks 11Kentucky1 OUTFITTERS FOR MEN AND BOYS IKS JillIIIr lIIoI4IIII The East End Drug Company On Main Street Berea Fills prescriptions from Pure Drugs accurately Sells Drugs mind Patent Medicines cheaper thau you can buy them in nny other town in Eastern Kentucky Wo are headquarters for Fine Shelf Groceries Fresh Fruits Ico Cream Soda Winter 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 11 General Upholstery HINNHti If your mattress needs remaking or your couch recovering or your FURNITURE RENOVATING AND REPAIRING I shall bo glad to call and give an honest estimate of what it will cast you Work guaranteed Prices reasonable l Address Walter TurnerBox 228 Betea Ky or care of Supt 0 A King- NNNNNINNNINIIINNNNNNNNNNININNNHMNNNNNNNNN i i i Madison County Roller Mills I IIIIoIIII Manufacturers Fancy Roller Flour Corn Meal Ship Stuffs Crushed Corn Etc Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor will beiIi hard to beat I PRIDE OF MADISON is another Excellent Flour J i I F4 IIIIIIII I Potts Duerson I IWhitesStation Ky NN NI I N N 1N NLN NINNINNNNNINNMNNINNNNNI1NNIN- t If Its From Joplins LItts Good J NowtWe invite our Boren friends to make themselves at house at JOPJJINS meet your friends hero anti consider this your headquarters when in Richmond Vo guarantee quality of everything wo sell and invite com parison of pricesIPIOTUU12 DKPAHTM13NT Mouldings in fashions latest dictates always carried and framing neatly done CARPETS AND MATTINGSi- n groat variety t UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY Day Phone 73 Night Phone 47 66 JO Se JOPLIN Richmond Ky THE CITIZEN CONDENSED STORIES Parson Feared Mr Carnegies Big Bill Was Counterfei- tIt is related that on the last tour of President Melvinloy in the south says tho Ies Monies In Lender Andrew Carnegie vrns in the ijfirty and all wore nsked to attend a ne gro church in Thonmsville Ua where a very fervid colored minister otliciated It is said that whcnorci a lull came in the service the len cons took upa collection hut through hospitable motives avoided passing the box to the white visitors The old pastor arose tit last and preached n sermon that was at the sane time eloquent earnest and ridiculous preaching right at the white folks and his description of the poverty of the church was so impressive that when the deacons passed the contribution boxes around for the third tinge Mr Car ncrift intercepted one and dropped a lifts dollar bill in the box The old preacher counted their contents When he had finished he placed a handful of small change on one side and n crisp greenback on the other Clearing his throat he said llrcddren we has been greatly blessed by dish ycr contribution We has licnh fo dollahs an foty cents Dat is good an if de fifty dollnh bill put in by de white gem man wid de grit whiskers is also- gnkl fIV is blesed a whole lot inoali And he looked suspiciously at the giver of libraries and cam paign funds Their Chairman There WitS once a veteran teacher in a boys high school who often made his classes wince under hisi I HIIll YOU IIAVB HELD A MEBTIXa bitter sarcasm and ready wit One day a little half starved yellow cur strayed into the school and the boys thought they saw a chance to express their feelings toward their teacher who was busy in another room The frightened mongrel was pit keg up quickly fitted with a pair of large wire spectacles and placed on the teachers chair The teacher cjitcred the room walked to his 1ijk calmly surveyed the workof hi pupils and then turning to them pleasantly snit In my ab sence I see you have hold a meeting und elected one of your number thainnanWanted the Feed Only The famous tenor Tamagno rave a large supper in his gumptu thus villa at Yarcse recently to which he invited all the local authorities round many of his personal friends In the invitation it was intimated that while waiting the hour of sup per which is fixed for 11 pm there will be music to begin at IL One of the authorities replied thanking him adding however that he would mono at 11 punctually Tamagno indignant at such a slight to his voice in favor of his supper answered As the supper is only tuB11UtLllleLl1tillI pray you renounce the supper and come to dinner with hie tomorrow at noon assuring you that I will not sing Barrymores Hard Hit I read everything that Richard larding Davis writes declared Francis Wilson and I like it too but I must tell u story on him and abide the consequences It happened while the author was still tight jug for a foothold in the literary world He had been invited to a luncheon and sat next to Maurice Burrymoro The conversation turned on the necessary qualifications for greatness At length young Davis cut in Pshaw he remarked All ono needs to be a great writer is just plain common sense Burrymorc assumed u look of sympathy Why do you struggle he queried softlyNew York Times RELIGIOUS THOUGHT Gen ilpnnnl Ironi lee TravhlnK or All liiioiiiliinlloii In Christ the noblest intellects and their developmeiitT Uev 1h 1 Smith Catholic San Francisco Lute and Intr Love In not something than can bo forced upon us by Inn1tev Or U W Lniulrum Itaptlst Atlanta Ua Ought to lli llrllir- Kvery man knows that he ought to bo better than he Is had when he s wrong he knows It HIshop Joyce Methodist Ilttsburg At UN IllHi Some people would have us think Christ tool 110 other view of iimnklni than to speak of It at Its blstHm Dr Vlthrow Con rljutlollallll llos tOil llnr cnt of Corruption Go where you will you will find that the sower to the llesh always reaps harvest of corruption Hov Dr Franli Do Witt Tnliuage Presbyterian Chi cago- ViniiiU Illlo nUlionor There lire many In the church the grunt house lit Grim who are vessel unto dishonor These ur not semen tied and not lit for the Masters use Itev Dr Holderby Presbyterian At l tits tin Iriilllon or IPMIII Hope begins with Infancy sad hold through our earthly life Hopes be come fruition In hewer and yet In very real sense there too hope Itsel will abide Kev Dr Lowry Baptist KtinxKs City Mo- Ulrict nod Coiulup llcIIi inn At nth time In the history lit religion has there befit grouter ue Hl of a direct and molar religion The world movei and acts quickly ami rellxlun must kegs IKIC with ItUcv Dr llodder HnptUt New York Need or Hie Clinrrli What the church really needs today Is till spirit of liberality exhibiting self all the yscr round Mni y church members here not Imirned the blessed ness of giving The lllblo always re gnrdx It as a spiritual exercise at much a pnrt of worship ns praise am prayer Uev A 11 Ihllputt Indian d pulls Stuil IriniMit Slliilltlon Instead of UlK rliiK for a unity that has never existed null rower can exist under present conditions we should study present situations There art tiovMnl problems ghetto problems Their Kolutliin will bo found nut hi scleiicw or legal enactments hurt In n core gemral nppllcntloii of the principles of humanity Kev tr Itoseuian He brew Italtlmoro- lllililiu WUiloin of tin Wuril To those only who are humble nod desire to tj till Lords will men babes III their own estimation becuusi dependent wholly on the Lord for all they have to do thfio only sue the hidden wisdom in the world It Is best to know the very least itosslbk about a true lire It limn Is bent UIIIIi refusing that IIedtev L II Hoock Swedeiiburglan ISrooklyu Tin Pull b or lirurl It Is not Jesus the Jew who tins alone diet fur the sins of lilii but the ran whose martyred brows are scat tered In all lands The hardens that have bout the Jews back Lure made his soul stand erect Today when time doctrines of the church are corroding under the acid of criticism the faith of Israel remains uushnkcuItev Dr Friedman Hebrew Denver Work anil Worship Ill this day when we are so wont to imphaslzo work more titan worship when we are so likely to restrict prayer to Its mere uses of petition when wo are In want of religious experience when we mire so apt to forget that fruit fulness III Christian service menus close uimectlon of vine and branch surely It Is good to be reminded that spirit uality Is the root and source of nil greatness of thought and of life Itev Dr Dewey Coiiaregatioanllst Brooklyn ambit ilK Worm Plain Wnr- We talk about the horrors of war to tiny hut worse unarm any eurmige ever semi on biittlefleld are the wreck and ilexohitlon of huge mill character wrought by gambling Do nut look at the matter theoretically but In the larger vision of past human experience and see It there condemned ami damn cd as by a law of lod nut written on the sky or In time slay revealed but ou earth through human life revealed Itev Dr David II Oreer Kplscopallun New York UurnlnuM to the Yummier Sumo of the bjunders of young peo ple mire to rush luto the arena of life without the bost jiQsslble preparation the giants especially education would give to drift on and take up a truck or profession III u haphazard way or to make choice of a life work without duo consideration of the question of lltness or adaptation Insane matrimonial alliances short ruts to wealth especially yielding to the Insane craze of gambling vlug us If the making of money was time su preme thingltev Dr Iolemus 11 Swift Methodist Chicago The Clirlnllaim Inlierldlnrr Recall to your mind If you can the most beautiful thing you have ever seen the most exquisite sound you have ever hearth the grandest thing you have ever Imagined Intensify thema thousandfold If you please Get all tho ilensure out of thou that It Is possible but keep tits thought uppermost In your mind and let It control your eycry thought and sway your every action that It you love and servo God In this life In till world to come out of the mmeiislty lit his boundless love fur you the vision beautiful will open up before your Immortal gaze beside which earths paltry scenes mid sounds Yin pulo Into utter Insignificance Uev Dr U L Eatou Methodist Plttsburff HOW TO CLEAN LACES And n 1cw Hint mi HIP WnntiltiK of lil UHU Km linililtTlm nOW to launder delicate fabrics Is on art that ninny a housewife at some tlmo lliuls elitism to learn There scarcely n woman lint eau toll a sail mile of dainty linens maul costly laces ruined at till laundry to which they were sent says the Philadelphia North American The only wife way to- have such things done at home liy wo men under your direct mincrvitilon 01 y yourself Such clothe for Instance elaborately ciiibrolilcretl can he washed so thai they will lust none of their bounty II It Is donu In the right way Make a foamliiK suds of pun eastlk song III a bowl of water Wash tin fabric carefully In this using no lioniJ or ammonia or bluing Itlnse In warm water null llimlly clap the article vigorously In your hands to partially dry It Iron It at race on time wrung side using for the Ironing sheet beneath It old blanket covered with u white cloth The value of the woolen sheet Is that It allows the embroidery tc press Into Its soft surface anti when the process Is completed this design will stand out In raised effect Fine laces too mire Invariably eiulnn pered when you send them to the cleaners If they mire not very timidly willed they may bo easily cleaned at home with calcined iimgaoslii Spread the lace on a white sheet of iwpvr sprinkle with thcnmgiicrila powdtY put another paper oh top mind press between the leaves lit a lnn k lenve It for several days and tutu shake out time nmgnc sin which will limns absorbed the dirt nod the lace will be found fresh and clean Ilmv tn mire Iur lllrk- An equable temperature and Immu nity from dmfts with proper food will Insure the health of a canary A cmtlobone upon which to slmrpen the bill and koop It from getting too lout and plenty of gravel mire essentials Time red gravel because of till tonic property of time Iron In It Is considered lest Itesldes tie proper mixture of Boetl which should rut contain hemp there should bo variations of diet In the way of a yolk of a lard boiled egg chickweed watercress let Iu- ccIt dusk of cHyenne pepper blended with the oRg will please the little ell cure Apples nod tigs mire excellent oc casionally limit If there U ovidomu that too nniili of those hUH been given their effect nmy IH counteracted by brews or cracker dipped in hot water which lets boon toured over bkick pepper The cage should ixirllnlly covered every eight to provide agnliwt n full of emir pemtiire end it Is nut well to lung CHiiarlc out of doors nod thus subject them to the sun and wind Iletween August mind November Is molting time and time birds mire imrtlcularly subject to asthma and culls then although throughout the year those are the chief ailments to which they succumb lln v to Clean the Until Spunnr Before using a iponge beet It nod Khako it well then let It Ho In told wu ter all night Next day rinse it through two or three fresh waters to remove all stand and dust When utter using some tlmo It becomes sticky and slimy soak It In warm water with our uiotila In It a tableuiKKinfiil of liquid uiniuonla to a pint of water being the correct quantity Let It He in this nn hour thou rinse in warm mind then In cold water Set it In n current of ulr to dry A sponge should always bo set where It will dry thoroughly It is a good plan to hang it In a large meshed nut or In our of time netted spouge bus kets that mire made to lit oil the wash stand how to Make Grnlmm Pad Crahum puffs mire delicious fur breakfast luncheon or supper To mako them beet till yolk of one large egg add to It ouo cupful of milk und two Biiltspooufuls of salt mixing theme thoroughly and thou bent in gradually threequarters of a cupful of graham and the same amount of wheat flour When time mixture Is smooth arid foamy fold In the stun beaten white of time egg Fill hot muffle Irons about onethird all of the latter and bake for about twentyfive minutes Hoir to 3Iukf Chicken Soup Cut a small chicken luto pieces and fry It a little In a saucepan with tin union a chopped green pepper an ounce of lean raw ham cut In dice shapes and a tomato or two Let this stand covered tightly for about llftceii minutes then add two quarts of water and bull for three hours About an hour before It Is done add three tablespoonfuls of rice Itemove the chicken from the soup and serve This is creole style How In Wind t Hnlrbrunlipii Hairbrushes should bo washed In hot or tepid water to which soda or am iionlii line been added The brushes should bo dipped in and out of the wii tlr till clean taking care that tint jacks and handles do not get wet utter rinsing in cold water put them JII time air to dry They should never LJo dried close to the lire or the bristles wIll become discolored IIlMV III CIcnil Wool SIllMTlH Shetland shawls It not very dirty may be cleaned by rubbing them with magnesia and lour mixed In equal pro portions changing It as It guts dirty This plan Is also excellent for woolen shawls provided they are not made of very heavy wool How lo Clean Ilrni A ncIcntlOc authority claims that It la n mistake to clean brass with acid as It EOOII becomes dull utter such treatment Sweet oil and putty powder fol owed by soap and water are said to brighten brass or copper as well ai anything else THE FARM USES OF FALLEN LEAVES Forest Jlenvwj mako an nxcnlhw bedding for stabjos and at the Nam time ono of tlio richest fertilizers It is not good policy however to gallic tho loaves from a piece of woodland such action will in time cxhutiH the soil and cattail injury to thin trees When tilt IcavtH blow into ravine they may bo gathered and Used tit till barn Dry leaven held in place bj a law houghs mako nn excellent pro teethed for stick vegetables us lettuce Hpinach Omens etc an mire whitens in the open air Loaves forked in about young trees keep tho soil loose and pnuoto tnpid growth Leaves thrown into tho scratching pen when chickens are confined in winter an excellent to giro them oxerclso in hunting for food They also tutu ex cellont for closing tho crevices in old INJUS whtTH cliickoiiH pigs tic may bo confined in winter When loaves aro yearly removed from a lawn it in necessary to return to till sail a ferti lizer equivalent in value to tlm leaven removiHl DII GEOHOE 15 GHHIT in Sow York Tribiiut tinner OILING HARN SS- It is a good plan to keep harness well oiledits it will make it wear longer mid keep it sort null pliablo and much moro mostly liiitulled Soft welloiled harness will Maud moro pulling than n set that has not oiled It takes till lift mill toughness out leather to use it without oiling The cost of tho oil mid tho work df applying it will ho paved many tlnu s by tint harness lasting longer null tbti saving in icpairs The harness earn hooilrd sonio wet day when littli nwi could Im done tumid tutu tinif coiiHinn ed in doing it will hardly IHJ mlffinl TO SELtCf SEED CORN All excellent timu to select seed corn in when it in being husked AH recdcorn should ho kept in n dry pluco nod if kung up when till sir car oirculato through it much tho better In porno cctions surd corn is injiirnd in winter Ity sevoro told but Ibis danger is tint groat if tho is kept dry S DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE ITII lilt nritilVoluntary Itl rrvM Irtrtnaest Ntennl west ending Novrmtw lo Iiwrl Herat MitkNi Maximum is November II Minimnni 17 Novcmlxir Hi Kniilfnll 05 on Xovumhor 17 R D CABR Saw llrnth Nriir It often mush my heart echo writes 14C Ovcrslreot of Kljin Tumi to hear my wifo eolith until it fioemid her weak mind sort lungs would collnptso GOM doctors said who was far onu with Conmimp lion that no nitslicino or earthly help couldsave lint hut a friend ram mcnded Dr Kiiifis Now Discovery and pnrHmlitnt use of this excellent mcdiciuo MIVH her lIfo IH almo lutely Ktinnmlccd for Coughs odds HronchiliH Asthina and all throat mind Luug diseases f0c nnil IlKnt all drugstores Tral bottles free NOT IN ANY TRUST Many 111111 r have lately Riven currency tn retorts by irrcsninslblo purtlra to the Ild tJEW HOME SEWINO MACHINE CO had filtered n tryst or comlilnatloti wi wl11 touwiiirf the publue that thrro U nu truth In such nwJrlA We bavo brvn inunufiiclurliiR sewing innclilnVii over a quarter tita iiiilu ry iiinl have enUiiillnlicd a nIuUiUon for our selves anil our nmclmicK that U the envy or nil ullicr Our II Xiir Home nmcliluo liar never lioiii rivaled u family machine It stands at the Mead ofull Illuh Jrate sewing niacldnes unit stand on IU urn incrltH TIII AVii Hume lit tthrunty rrallu 111111 altAI EKftrl nt Jlitclilne fill tlif market rt It In not ncctKMnry for un to cuter Into n trust to save our credit or pay any dvliU im wo have chimjnnoillltlttroutolarwsellnard IIIM or any Inlrlnilo inurlU Do not bo de relvnl when you wantuHewIni iiiuclilnodnnt wnd your motley aWRY from home cull on n r AVip pumas Dealer he cun sell you belwr inucldno fur less tlion you can jiurcluuio Ilucwliipo If tliero in no dealer near you write direct to Ui THE NEWHOMESEWINQ MACHINE CO ORANGE MASS ft New York hICIIltnIIIHttllIllI Mil Allan la flu DiiluM lux Nail KruiivUco Cut SISCO CO Nlcbolasvllle Ky Ti lh Tulillc Allow mo to say a few words in inline of Chamberlains Cough Iloin edy I had u very severe cough nud cold and feared I would got pnoii nonia but after taking tho second dose of this mcdicini I felt hatter hroo bottles of it cured my cold and the pains in my chest disappeared irely I mint most respectfully yours ror health IJALruS MEVEHS 61 Thir ysoveuth St Wheeling 1rVu For sale by S E WELCH Jn Battle Hymn of tho Republic JIUA WAHII llowc Allrorrllll 1 Mine ayes bAft wen tfce Rio ryof the ranitn of 2 bjiro Him iu tbt wakla Dew of a ImndnJ otreltng l 3 have read He ry gM pet writ la ImnikM ros of 1 He Iuu ountl forth t trumpet UA ubiJI MV tw sail rtl li tn the InHM tyof i TMlvrAlwra nfreM the 1 lit k ll at tfc Tin tags wlura the 1CaelMR Wkfc n ry to lilt bo MM ttet tress of wralb are rtorwl HP Iwrnil UK fatfnl ltUl e alllh- evening ilim md d oiNi Iran trail His rig d ou MntM V the yos my grtrv hall drsl lo t the HP ru bul wo MM emit Uw fare HU judgwstral1kt kswiftry mwl to asewec Hhul W IR In you and rt An llr to wakr awn bo ly bX tti tw r14ewift sward Its tntk U rarr kIng oa sir ant flariv Mmpn Hk tin U tauchlg oa Ispent with HU bwl Sinn And k wan Mt ue ju MUit MT fvol IHir Gad k parr ing MI dfc U Iii cal frwWbiU thud mnrrbimc as II s HYMN OF TilE REPUBLIC Concluded IIn1 bj N juk Glofu ry Hit IL M M II CloryloryHalUhi jab Ub IrMk k awl IAg is lion ThU wig wa in lm1 ly a visit i H Npra to the rurMwi qu snwsl W Mbinct4 o lallirnil tbr ilrli tin thrltlsrty tYe u 0111J 1rauc SCHOOL IXHUHTIOMS will noon lit in order and no ono thing contributes more to tltu seers anti enjoyment of Mich occasions than good miinio so Tin CITIXKN has do ltd to publish in this lupartmunt for thin i oxt row woks n series of first Mass songs set to iniific MI hut the teachers shall hunt nt hand somo stir ring pie lw to tench thoir scholars It is earnestly hoped that this step will meet with rue hearty indursoinent of uvorjr public school toachitr who rwuls Tilt CITIZEN This wwik wogivo in our first niiiii her that soul inspiring song Tin BATTLE HYMN or Till KEIM itiic1 Somo may call this song nll but wu I 21l11N GJ1f r1t DATTLE t call It wy nfurn potm It will nt ver prow old WlirT lieontiKH it is roundel on OiMlV proiniKo The whole north shall IMI full tl time know Iwlg of limo Ixinl as tko itt4trs cover the sun Some one hut said 1011 nut what the I0 lull ning and I will toll you whnt that people uru It In t mo word fetchers your scholars aro Ibo coining people lunch the good wise Hongs still you will INI pulping forward tutu day protniNwl Jn lsniahllil Soino neleotions III tho tho series will bo spcoiully suited to little folk and wu bolo they will learn them Next wwik our ming will IM Columbia tho join of too Ocean PANlMy skin was sallow I hind a hail tastn in my mouth in tho morning and my breath was ollensivoiittiines and occasiunally I 1111111 haul hivut ache fly the uso of Ilipniis Tnbul1I1II11u n condition to attend to my daily duties my nppotito is excellent and my digestion miioh hitI proved AT DRUGGISTS Tho five cent packet is enough for an ordinary occasion The family bottle six ty cents contains a supply for a yearII Berea College Founded 1855 PLACES TIlE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH OF ALL Over 40 Teachers and 900 Students from 26 States Largest College Library in Kentucky NO SALOONS 1 Applied Hcloiico Two yens courfio with Agriciilturo for young men and Domestic Scienco for young ladies Normal Courses For Teachers Throo courses leading to County Certificate Stale Certificate and Slate Diploma Acmluiny Course Four years lilting for College for business and for life College CourHCH Literary Scientific ChiHNicnl lending to Marcel laureate i dUfrflHtWo nro hero to help all who will help UiiMiiBolves toward a Christian IuIcation Our instruction is n free gift Students par a sump incidental foe to moot oxpenses of tho Hthool apart front iimtruclion aunt inusx also pity for board in ICxpoiiMcs till turni 112 vooks may be brought wltliln t tOO about 15 to ho paid in advance The school is indorsed by Baptists Christians Disciples Hongregalion nlists Methodists iresbytoriuns and good people of denominations For INFORMATION oat fRIENDLY address the WILL C GAMBLE Berea Madison County Ky p i aJ THE CITIZENt TILE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON VIII FOURTH QUAnTERIINTER NATIONAL SERIES NOV 23 rrxt ur Ilir IfNNini Iu xxvlll 116 Mriimry terar 7 liitlilru Toil lull lit III 7 IniiiiiHMiliir rrcuir il li the Itrf n SliMiruo- KteWiIgM r 100II by Amnion IrIsatUdatluap Woo to tIt crown of prMa to the drunkurtla of Kphrulm whom ulurloun bouuly la fmlliiK llow Kiiiiiarla stood upon a linmtlftil dwell dug hill which Iviniimmltd thu wliolo country round the hill turnuiM to till top tie HiirruunilliiK country BjiUii dill uiul fruitful Dyinbol of xcrmlvi t worldly luxurliiiiiu hint pliimirc Nut rtvognlzlni that loll did all tlili for thtun anil Kiivi thuin nil that thoy hull they lavnmi iruiul nail wlf nulllrlont They weru IIUu the llatiul liullilera why sold Lot build city Iut luuku a mum Itt wo ho MONtlcml itlirimir ten xl b They are also dtdorlliwl In Horn 21 When tiny knew Gal they chirllletl tutu nut tu tioil nelthiT were tlmnUful hum he oatao vain lu their IniiiKlimtlotix unit thulr fuolluli henrt WAN lUrkeiiHl I The crown of rind the drunkard tit IJplirulm chill bo trodden under frtcad tin Klortoui bMuly which In on the head Of UIB flit vu lUy shop be fading comnicntntor Miyn that HI a tlrat 1 ripe UK a dainty niorxul might tic NtaillowiHl without chewlnjc MI Mltoiild Uphniliii from right tilt Bower of ills Klorkim Ixwuty U lh1 The ttmpont uf lull tilt Ing htnrin ute imntlimwl NB hi In vtrwa IT Till lull hall HWWJI ttway thu rufiiKu f litll tin walershal tmirllow the hlilhiK pluee ami your eoreimiit with deiith shell Iw itlwin ntilled mul your aRrwiiifiit with twit mull not IIlltllllIIIIIIno wuraar 13 Thu wuralitK of elm pi cr II I I IT wtaixli nail will Miami till the klURiluni tituM The lofty looks of man dull In hum Idul unit the IwuKbtlnmi of IIHH hall ao1M1IIhullwhom fiat vluMMi fur lllitMwlf Had their all In hint mUlitI I In that day abut Ue lonl of tM far a crown ot attar wad tar a of bMMljr WHO the roldiM of 111e diademI Vtuit He will be to tlMtn also IK to hint In that tiny IMMIIMIM of Ilk btwuty whkh will Iw upon them Ho spaha of their rtp uteounw n and 11Jlltr gkq whiek the matlat llballIuwl oar Thou abut NM per uf Rlory In the IMIM of tine lunl and a royal dtadiin In tilt Imml of thy Cml Ifi1t bit 2 III Tbttt In iiHiken of the true p wple uf Coil the r iniinnl of rtiol wise will truly taut IH Jabuvali He IlliHwIf will IM to them true ll 1iiu utuntal xlory In the vii of alp imtkm It Is wrlltMi The tlrt shall bo unto thin Mil ov rU tlHK llffbt also thy toil U1 glory HM Ix lUi The glory hi the mUkt Xwl II ft ft tilt they nlo have MT4 through wWe ad through Mroait IIrIk arc out of tlw war Th prINt and the proplivt til- lltrilll tkrwgh ilronK drink 1Iuwu Hip lnteil to be watchmen to dull ur Ilia iHMiile are lillml iKUoraut IttVtHK to RluiiilHT inlklng their tilevii looklni to tlt lr own gain say lllK We will till ourwlrm with tnHiK ilrtiik mul toiuorruw small be tbU itay much mare nbuiHlaiil lilt Irt 101J Tim iirle l8 were fwUddeii to drink wine or MNHIK drink 1c v x 8 hunk xiI Jli All Iwtlfrttr NIT prlentii and our onlera are lie wit l idnmk with wine whwrwlu to exrma tllhil with the Hjdrlf I Pet II writfThe vine pus HH roots In thu earth Lint thin True Vino ll0hn anno down from livuvuu W Whom atoll he tMh kn wlml and wham halt lie Inks to UDdvnUnd d olrln Them tlwt are waaed from the milk and drawn from the brwvUT- Thwo wIno loving worldly wine golf HUtUrlvnl flap ileoplnlni people IT at thu tiiirliliik of that prophet ak If he thinks they are chlldr n Jut wonned from the brunt Diva lit think they will undure bus tivelcM reps tltliHH and uuceH liiK clatter They InI nut want his preaching They want to bo nut Menu anil to have tho Holy One of Inmul ifUbO fnim before them lea xxx 11 The carnal mind no butter tcnluy null the time hall come when many will nut ondiire Hound doctrine II Tim iv it nUll many tecichurn In theoloKloal BrmlnarlcH consider those t who iKilleve the whole wonl of Cod to be unlearned meld Ignorant In their on llnmtlon In u letter Juvt to hand from Mouth Africa till writer says that n minister retuurkitl to him that thu trou lit tents too much theology meld too lit tie Christianity Itll ThU Ii tho rut wherewith ye may ciiuiu the weary to rat ami till lit tho frMhliR yet they would out hoar AH they MiimiiuT In their drunken nesx He will spank to them by those who In their estlmntlon are slum merers The wonl of Cod to them a series of trivial commands will be turned lulu n erlen of painful suffer hogsti stout to break them a nut to Shun them a trap to take them chap ter till 1415 All the prophet can do U to keep at them with the Lords of fens If perchanco sojno will tutu to Him In verses 11 10 wo have glory and IICIIIII rest and refresh I IIIK and a sure foundation hurt to fill HU offers thoy would nut girt heed vtrau 1J Compare Isa xxx 15 Matt xxll xxlll 87 John v 10 and note k that tie great hindrance on mans part Is simply that hu will not come to Jod 4wilt not submit to toil will not accept hut lure Tinre Is nolliliiK betwiin the greatest drunkard or sinner of any kind full salvation In Christ but lie wii will his stuhhorn unbelief They lovo their evil ways anti their dollies will not suffer them to turn un to their Cod lion v 4 margin yet Hu nevus end plends nil continues to say Him that comith to Me I will In DO wise cast out Jouu vl UT r CHAlTKll I fIII INn OP CAMIAIOX Tho Army of tho Cumlxirlnnd III nwtikeniiiK Kor moiitliM its 80 mllos of torpid luiiKtli Imvo Iwen iniirkiKl by- olurterx of Wlllto tfllltH llko thu rilIKH Of a Hlwultlo an ooiiiln lout now thuro in an anmidnK from Us IOIIK IMrlodIIf lethargy Tux touts are IxliiK struck tho mm am ntnllliiK knapsacks rolling blaiikli or HwulluwliiK from tin oups n hiit draft InviicoratliiK coTeu WaKons ant Mmt lisulal with all kinds of soup aptil nhpltwit camp outs cooking utciwil tlm pine tnbliM and unity dusks orlllrllllllnrvl HMichoa behind middlas or orammliiK loam mid hard tack into Iinver wks while strikers empty theoontunts of tied demijolin into canteens Knoh reKlinwnt tha11OftI1It in the ritfht or fiend of the momttrr tlmt awakoiw Oral The main booty of thti wing iiiorui diagonally toward the front and let while cavalry ptiKUni ill reedy Nmtb to oonoenl the unit prance n false ImpruHiinn IlInlUlwlltI only All day tow Infantry and artillery work tboir wny over dirt rondn the men inarohinit at will HtnokiiiK clmttiiiK lMhii the Irish rcKlnmnlH cmekiiiK joke tho f rman InKiiiK till with thnt- IIIIIwlt which pervados an army jimt start n IIMIK period of IdluneiM ou campaign A lashini of artillery IHJIX n onnliiK of mules wool of coHimaiid bugle calls picket tiring the oooMiounl boom of n iron miiiKle eon fiiMNlly and in n owintrj use only to tlw peaceful ImviiiK of onttle or the sang of Idnla Throughout Its whole length the Army of the CumUirland is In rnotiou adrnitcinK ntl that cuniiKilri which la to umnuMvnr the ConfMlorates 1Otlt of Teuaaoaaoe ami lend up to the but of ClilrkamauttA Ou a fad ruiinliiK iKirnlUl with the Cumberland iiiountatmi which Hank tin Union tinny on IM left n strange look iNK vebiolo UitoiiiK at a hmnknwk pace toward tho oath The liaise is n row ImiMirt animal with lotx legit and nock white the vehicle a buggyla so 11- 19ItItttettll with mad that what paint ro canine on it ii iavinible The boltoni in partly guile tins daihbonnl would lot throMKh a OHIUKMI knit without Ixiins in jurist the iiiriiiKS are badly bout tin ton Which U lot down tlHTw are no pals to hold It uiIs shriveled and torn ita tatter llyiiiK Iwhind in thu wlml A woman In a Ktripwl onlloo Iran n mubiHiiHit of the raw utnturlal n pair of culorod niwotaclM on her the mini and urges forward tom iota Yet Mranite looking as is Lull oouveynwxi rud till occupant for tuna and nleillu them U nothing uiiusu nl IN the app arauiw of oither rime eoantry penpki InhabitliiK lint martian of Tennwwiw an trot eel tural and nil oonthuuai is rather the rule than tho ex refitlon Ootnlug to n place where slie can Kt n full view fat Kune dUtunco nliputl Iho woman glaucm over the Intervening 1I0t Lctweui list and the next rio in the niMlttlatiuK ground S ping nothing to doter the drivi her horse on a rapidly ai atiH can farco him to tfo Her IKIKIO carwiM till it Is in daiiKfr of go tug over sow in l oiiiHxl from her tout with a iptJOt of UiiiK went over the iln hlmar l this mud tiles thin horse whence the Jinmu Mrot inf but tluro in no HlackvniiiK of pitco- do Inn Hobby fiionl Turning a curve in Iho road partly hidden by truest she wort a cavalry cutup abend In the rood an oDlcor utands talk ing to n mini in u farm wnKon benldu whom on n board seat its two end renting on tho wagons sides sits n boy of M white on a baok soul evidently borrowed from u more pretentious ve hlolo is n young KM parings threo or four yours the pays senior Tho woman of the striped dress drojvo up to tho croup nnd drawing rein u ed to what they wuro saying Ciiii sold the farmer all ofllcers in tho Union army were milled by the plu of the country nit her cap or gun eral or udetcrcnp I want ter go through thin llnw powerful hall Woll Ural thlnkin mo good man ruilied tho ofticttr with thu brogue of an Irishman thats uxnctly whist old Rosy wants to do unless hu prefers to gut boliind em nnd lugou1 from the rear Uh I dont mean flghtint wantv lur go hunt peaoeful Cant yu mo good man Oivu unhurt tot tu pass any ono south wliilo the army is inovin Tliuros no need to bu tullfn yo that all tiny Once ought to bu tai lluiant Whats that cried n shrill voico from tho buggy You dont mean fo tor toll mo I cant go hum Oi fcnr mo dutir leddy that yu cant if yo live boyond our lino- sIlmt And so you alit hey kom down hyar ter inako war on Woolen Woll now that dopundaon tho kind of war Wovo coma down vl ct nrmlf as my old preceptor at tho univursity useil to say Oixl bloss Mm Liko enough thu vi in for tho inon nnd tho nrmis for tho women 1 dont kcur roplied tom woman Youmiis haint got no business fo tor coino down hyar nohow Youro II mis able sot o black abolishiouurs Im n gal thout uotblu tur light with nod you t t Hunuty and tho Inmst ittrrupt d tho odlcur iKiwIng Now o hyar Air Yank I got tcr go hum Pop bos away and mother tihos sick in bed Tho olllcvr scratched his haul mil thought Woll mo friends bo said IlrrMIIt- Iy Olm thlnkin Oiil refer tho ciwo of till of yuz to brlgndo liendiiinrterA Would yu mould sittln whuro yo nro till I gut an aiwwcr- Keakou not from tho farmer lorry up soil tho woman in tho buggy Mothers waltln fu ma- Tho olllccr 1IlllIIIIlllIto his tout near by and mine out with a pencil mill thu back of nn old letter With liana ho pnicciiliil to tako down thu information roqulrod Approaching tho buggy hu said Will yo plnzo favor mo with your patronymic ho JKIIUU whilo hu lixik od to butt It HIO wero young or old inissT My what Your iKitronymla IOln tufkIelluttsseolS- Sulh thou your cognomon See hyar Mr Olllwir ef you want tor git anything union tuft you want to talk squat Please tell mo your name flitsJ Haggs And yours Major Hurku at your han Iett Are yo Union or- flohiot Whore do yo want to 107 limn And that Is nt Dunlnp Why are yo ism I beon ter MauMlnnvHlo ter see mothers olllloolo- rlIIIIt8 n shorter road from Mao Minnvillo Uniii this Why didnt yo tako it Thu girl showed n slight confusion Oh I got a friend nt Franklin col legu She uns anil I uns allus bun power getting the data as to nil the party thu major ailed a mounted menu and directed him to tako it to huadiuiar tors mid ask for instructions Do yo know who to lake it to ho aikeil of tho man as ho was about to title away Its to the glnernl Im takin it The glnurnl Man would you gut mo court nmrtlalcd fur disregard of the regulatiomil Tako it to tho uhafn of staff ye lunkhead and from lulu yull 1 Sec iiir Mr Officer get tho answer Its tint tim bikes of you cut approach tom glnurnl Molnd now and daft splnd tho time talkin with tho guard If Whllo tho messenger was away the party listened to the voluble tonguo of tho young Confederate syinpatlilxer in tho buggy Slur entered Into tho causes of tilt war depicted tho Iwnullts of ne gro slavery especially on the slave spoko admiringly of all Confcilcrato soldiers mad raiiNickud tho dictionary to fluid words to express her loathing o Yankees Comu now Miss HaggV said tho major good naturxvlly Thurosayoung follow in mo rogimunt wholl suit yu usually Hu is an Oirishmau from thu crown of his head to tho solo of his fnt Ho wily camo over a fow years ago Il is as stuart as a whip There was bu ono gurrol in County Cavan who could outtalk Mm Thats thu reason hu left Olroland When I want n man I reckon I can find onu right hyar omen thu yard o Tennessee hoot gout to Oiruland to Hud ono Is ho nxlheadcd lied as taw lulu of an artillery ont If curs Clip What kind o eyes limo as a robins egg Waul trot him out Ill tako n loo at hi IIIIf Oill call him niesolf If and tho ma jor wet into onu of tho tents Thuro ho found Corporal Itatigan tho man ho sought Corporal Rats ho said ovory ono called tho corporal tatstlturos gurrul out theru that wants to go throu tho Hues Oivo sent to brigade head quarters to iliul out if thuyll givo her pass I want yu to make her acquaint Ifnnco At your service major said the corporal minting And tho two walked out to whero tho travulitrs were waiting Miss Unggs said thu nmjor al low mo to prcsint Corporal liatlgan commonly called Hats by hits comrades ono of tho most gallant men in tho reg iment If Corporal Huttgaii bowed and uncov ered a hotel of hair fully up to tho ma jors description of it It surmounted 0110 of tho most holiest of couutuuauces lien wan an air of gentility about tho man dosplto his privates uniform and tho smile with which ho greeted tho young woman could not Imvo been mnro bewitching had ho saluted a marchion ess Admiration for thu strapping Irish Yankee soldier stood big in Miss Haggs eyes How do sho said with something that was Mended for n bow Yer a purty likely lookin fuller of you air play in Yank Youd hotter a staid In Giro land than coma down hyar ter inako war on WOIIIOIiIf And lave 01 overpalntcd tho beauti ful tint of his hair asked tho major laughing Itll inako good winter hair neednt law no firo in tho hnusu Horses hoofs woro hoard down tho road and in a tow minutes tho mossen gar who had IXCH soot to headquarters roleUIIWhorolitho answer asked tho ma jor Dlvll nn answer did Oi got major If said tho matt saluting awkwardly And what ilyo mean by that Woll 01 kom up to hcadiiuarthors and thu gineral was gcttin off of his liana to go in his tit Havo yo any thin for muino man ho asked hover a worrnd ginural 01 answered salutin ruspoctful Whats tho painir yo haws in your belt Its for tho chare of stall Well givo It to mo Divil a bit gin oral its sot for tho loikcs of mo to bo given ycz n polar Oim instructed to give it to tho chafe of staff Oleo mo tho paper yo cussed Oirishnmn ho said or Oill siml yo to tho guard tint diver will 01 bo guilty of broakin tho regulations or limo articles of war gin oral Corporal of tho gnardl yelled tho ginurnL Tho corporal kern and saluted tho ginural him red as Corporal Hall all8 hottd Take that paper from that maul hu roared Woll buln surrounded by tho guard who wero at tho corporals call Oi hurrcndurcd And thin gasped tho major glar ing at tho stupid inussongcr And thin tho giueral slid Go to yor camp nnd toll Major Hurku to put yo in the guard tint for 21 hours And whin ho slnds another orderly to mo not to stud a recruit or Oill put hum in ar rest Hy tho huwlyI Yo Infurual raw Did yo tot no answer IOiIl shad nn answer by n soldier who has been jiroperly retained said tho gineral Didnt yo tell me right major Corporal of tho guard cried tho major by way of reply Take that man ho said when tho corporal dainty to tho guard total As tho mussenger was marched away protesting against thu injustice of his treatment for obeying ordurs n staff ofllcerrodo up Taking tho major apart ho instructed him to let tho applicants go through provided they would take nn oath not to givo any information con cerning tho Union troops to tho enemy With tho passes ho brought a suggestion from tho general to send person with ono or tho other of tho two parties under pretense of an escort but really with n view to discovering tho proximity of tho enemy Now timid tho main army was moving U might be well to discover It time cavalry on its Hank had fallen back This ground was unfavorable for a rcconnoissance henco tho suggestion to get information by stratcgom- Tho major hunted time cump for a Hi boo on which to administer tho oath and coiled on Corporal nntl all to help him Ho explained time generals ru qnust and told Hatigau that ho wanted him to go with Miss Haggs Having given thu corporal a full understanding of what was required of him ho went back to thu party with a Bible follow ed by Hatigan- Tho fanner nnd his family wore first sworn and thou tho major offered to swoor Miss Haggii I haint goin tor donoBweariu shu said defiantly Oim glad to hear that remarked Corporal Hatigan What fo tiro top sho asked stir prised Oid bu brcakiu mo heart at partin with ye You haint got no heart nohow or you wouldnt bo in tho Yankee army Dont yo believe it exclaimed tho major his hearts as warruni us tho color of hits hair Comu young le fly tako the oath OiM bo sorry to bopartiu sutfcriufWont yo tako it for moi sake quo riid Hatigan with u mock appeal Youll hov tor git somo un ugliern you tills ter moo mo I hunker after ugly mun but you unit aint quito ugly enough fo mo seductivetwill permit Oivo n toted to yo through the hues inosolf without time oath Tho corporal looked slyly at the major nail tho returned tho corporals glancer Very well said Burke Ye go with her and moiiid that sho isnt keep in her ois open to woo things for Oluurnl lIra I1I bunoflt Miss IJaggs if yull corporalskami if yoro tempted to look aside just fix cm OU his head and yoll bu blind eLu Tho corporal went for his horso buckled ou his revolver and coming started out to in byastrategy iChiAPTER IL A WAil OK WITS Corporal Hntigan rodo gallantly bo side Miss Uaggs thu two keeping up n constant picket firing which occasional ly warmed to tho dignity of a skirmish Miss Baggs was in an excellent humor and tho corporal quite delighted at tho rolo ho was playing Ho pretended to watch her carefully whenever anything belonging to tho army was passed on till road while ho wax secretly forming his plans for getting far enough on tho way to detoruitao the proximity of the enemy Ho felt no suspicion as to Miss Haggs carrying information Helng on tho hulk nf tho array sho would not bo likely to have mncli information to carry Tho country people wore corm Bluntly passing between tho lines and considering their harrowing excusos no 0110 except with a heart of stonu could well prevent them Whats In the lax yo have with yo asked Hatigan looking at n square littlo lax on tho seat bosido her It hail been covered with a shawl which had fallen from over it exposing it to view Thet Thots a philosophy machine You see my friend Sal Olassick who knows a Loup o things Shus tryin tor beat soma on em tutor my lore noddle Reckon who wont how no easy tuna What branch does sho teach yo with that Waal youfice mother elms sutTerimi with palsy and this hyar box is awnnl Sal she calls it n Inlglll Galvanic battery Thots it You hit it right than A galvanio battery Wo uns ro goin ter try t on mother Lord ainassy whats thotSho directed his attention from tho box to n cloud of smoko hanging over tho gaps in tho hills far t6 time west They wero crossing a mountain spur and could see it quito plainly Theros foightin goin on thereru marked tho corporal And you uns air glttln licked II ob served tiro rebellious Miss Daggs How dyo know that asked Rati gau surprised that sho should know anything about it Oh I reckonl Its a quaro thing tho rockonin of gnrrels Waal you see women haint got tho big heads men hov They cant reason things out They how ter jump at em mebbu like ants Ants is powerful small but theyre most times rigid wine they reckon Hatigan mode no reply Ho wits thinking that Miss Haggs did not appear to bo so plain n personage as hu at first thought her Hu looked at hur hands incased III coarse gloves and noticed thut they were small for poor white trash Her attire was very cheap nUll her cowhide shoos ltd not betoken reflnn mount but somehow ho began to gather a notion that Miss Haggs was not so dreadfully common as shu appeared Tho corporal camo of un excellent fam ily in his native land pad under orili narv circumstances could detect refine clout Ho looked for Miss Itaggs to use Koine expression bcycnd tho ken of n poor white girl but shu did not So ho dismissed tho matter from hits mind and began to wonder what excuse ho could mako to gc on with her under Hag of truco when she should pass tom Union picketsWo unit nlr goin slow enough ter worrit a snail remarked Miss Uaggs And why should wo bo goin faster Wlmrd you steno thct critter sho asked instead of replying looking side- wise at tho corporals mount Its likely nuff fo Tennessee blood Oh Thats United States Dont yo time U S branded on him Cat ho trot Ho can beat anythfeg in the bri gadeDyou think ho can trot with this hyar critter o mine Hatigan looked at her rawboned brute and burst into a laugh Waal now you neednt tako on so Reckon I cd give you u brush ef you was minded All right modcar Heros straight bit of road Fo what stakes A t5 greenback II Agin Confederate money With pleasure Tho corporal drew forth a crisp 5 bill And Miss Baggs put tho thumb and linger of ono haul in tho palm of tom other under her glove mill drew out a Confederate slunplnHtcr Who holds thu stakes asked the corporal gleefully You uus Divll a bit Tho lady shall hold 0uSho took tho bill ho handed her and gawp tho lutes it jerk with a Git along tharl Kemember Its atrottiurace Hatigan was at a disadvantage from the first Ho did not dare to use his spurs lost his hone should break front a trot Miss Uaggs animal began to reach his lank legs out triangulating in a lumbering fashion that put him over time ground at no inconsiderable speed Tho corporal did his best and kept pace pretty well Reckon my Bob Leo kin knock the ftuIMn onten your critter Mr Sojer Oft up Bob II With that Dab increased tho length of his triangulations increasing their frequency at tho tano time Tho result was that ho carried tho old buggy with Delay Uaggs in it right away from tho JJlie giirc his horse the sjmr corporal Indeed Ratigan toll behind steadily L hu should break from a trot ho would lose tho race if ho should keep up his trot ho would lose Miss Uaggs Suddenly an officer appeared on tho road and regarding him stonily ordered him to halt Oim followlii tho young lady sir Oim on oillcial business for the giueral- coiumaudiu the th cavalry brio guide II Well my man youre a well dis ciplined orderly You keop the regula thou 40 paces to tho rear Give your horso the spur and catoh up Ratigan who could not well explain to an officer that ho was running nnfand fearing to loso his charge gavi hi horse tho spur and dashed after hr at n gallop Ho reached her in a blown conditionOivo lost ho cried out of bn atd Reckon you hm0was 5Ii s UuKg solo reply Thu moneys yours u Rockon Hair repeated Mir Dar Yer always rcckonin Jlebbf reckoned about tho end of time raw h ikoftho nut yo woro talkie about At that moment they spied th out post ahead II Waal hyar wo air said Mi Baggs Dont want tor port frnn you uns Mr Sojer Im powerful Iml struck hyar And who put her hand uu her heart Like enough Oi can find some reason to go with yo a bit Oiui all brokuu up niesolf suro enough 1 hopes you kin TO COKT1SUED1 Necessary Expenses for Twelve Weeks School IcrMiu who board thcmtclTM can tpotnl as much or little HI they choose on living axpctiH- Wttpayito have a little extra money lorilvt urea books and other things But the ntrcUMrr expense lire only as follows To PlY the err day School pcaK llrtng nOWARr HAIL LAllIIIncidental Fee I 60 SI Itoepital Fee Z tBook etc about 2 00 MII General Dcpooit 00 i 00 Fnrnltlieil Room fuel 126 First Monthi Board 6 W yu 1700 To pity during the term Laundry 10 Beginning Mo Board S 00 oc Beginning 3d Mo Hoard t 00 a on 28 do is iOcuI Deposit returned 00 00 Tulnl Kxpnmr 19 Wfiekii 87 BO 87 Oil For those below A Grammar deduct the tt tor booln and II from Incidental fee maVlnc thettotal only sat so y When four girl room together each rove her more ou room and fuel making the total oat K33BO If clawed below A Grammar Room and fuel cost one dollar more In th Winter term Two roomaor housekeeping with stoves MO ran usually be retied for from II to f6 a letm The price of a big cant n little tnllhnkJor a few home epun bedcover will elveu IITIII of Kchniil which Vlll clmiiRo one whole life for the be- tterAWoak Stomach IndlgutlOD is often caused by over eating An eminent authority says the barm done thus exceeds that from the excessive use of alcohol Eat all the good food you want but dont over load the stomach A weak stomach may refuse to digest what you eat Then you need a good digestant llko Kodol which digests your food with out the stomachs aid This rest and the wholesome tonics Kodol contains loon restore health Dieting unneces sary Eodol quickly relieves the feel ing of fulness and bloating from which some people suffer after meals Absolutely cures indigestion Kodol Natures Tonic Preparedonly by K O DiWlTT CoChlcapX contIaa2K timer tb tOcali Imiipril on a Ten IVnny sun The little daughter of Mr J N Powell jumped on an inverted rako made of ten penny nails and thrust one nail entirely through her foot and n second one half through Chamberlains Pain Halm was promptly ap plied and five minutes late the pain had disappeared and no more sinnerrlug was experienced In three days the child was wearing her shoo as usualand with absolutely no discomfort Mr Powell is a well known merchant of Forkland Vn Pain Balm is an antiseptic and koala such injuries without maturation and iu one tlmicd the time required by tho usual treatment For sale by S E WELCH Jn Three Years in Richmond And out of all tho sots of teeth that have been made at my office if there is one sot or sets that show any defects I will make a now sot froo We are making the best set of teeth in the world for 750 and if delects show in five j years we give you a now sot free This applies to all the teeth I have made or am going to make time best alloy fills in tho world at 75 cents DR HOBSON Dentist Permanently located in the Hobson Building next door to Gay erumout Building Richmond Kentucky Reference Richmond National Bank t Special Price to Studonts Cut title out mind take it to S E Welch Jrs drugstore aid get n freo sample of Chamberlains Stomach and liver Tablets tho bast physic Thoy cleanse rind invigorate tho stomach improve tho appetite and regu late tho bowels Regular sizo 25o per box t r 1THECITIZEN JN11111111111111N tNN11111111111N11N11N111NHNINHNN11NI Fresh Brand nt Prestons on MninI streotoBEST BREAD at Bieknoll L EarlycFresh Graham cold Now Corn hlllc ivory Saturday at C Sharps Fresh Fish and Oysters every Fri day ut Prestons on Main street ISitrl Coyle formally of Berea is inI school at Dow Indian Territory Trof C D Lewis was in Lexington Ky on business Friday and Satur day last The cases of sickness previously noted at Mr Boggs and Mr Wests t aro mending W F Kidd has purchased the Anderson farm near Wallaceton Price SJCiXI- POHtmnster S G Manson has been confined at home for several days with lumbago Mrs irof Dinsmore has returned from her protracted mountain trip with her husband Miss Clarke Raymond who has Hpont several mouths in the North is again with the family at BereatSome young men who worn out hunting Saturday last brought back two lint specimens of the opossum Prolessor Dodgo weighed ono of the big bents raised in his garden and found it to balance at H lb 4 oz Green Robinson sou of Thomas A Robinson is visiting his parents after an absence of many years iu Kansas Mr WF Kidd has been appoint ed a member ot the town board ini place of Mr W R Gabbardresigned W A Black writes from Fairbanks Ind that ho has had THE CITIZEN for nearly two years and cant do without it DeWitt Allen of Maulius N YI I formerly student tllerea is stillI pursuing medical ettidisat Ann Arbor Miss Dar em11b cJtlP1ished- l artist who a uutnher of Berea 1tortrnlls three Seam ego is again Professor Mason has this week been attending the food Roads convention at LexingtoniJ W Hoskins Center street and R Preston Broadway dealers in real estate can supply home seekers on short noticeIProf Mason and his geology class spent Saturday last iu direct continua jolt with the rocks taking their dinI tier with them- Attention is called to the song published elsewhere How many teach ers will have it sung at the close ofI their schools tIMiss Mary Adams and Mrs J H Overley spent last Saturday and Sunday with their friend Miss Ollio Cos by of White Hall Miss Modona Goweus a former studunt at Bereu from Lexington is now attending Howard University Washington D C t The glorious oaks in the yards drop millions of leaves which will gather in heaps and ruin the grass unless they are soon disposed of Lost between Bickuell Earlys and the footbridge a now umbrella with u heart on the handle Finder please leave at CITIZEN ollice Mail from Cincinnati and Louisville comes in nqw so that we can gut it from tho postolhce at 7 a m in stead of from noon to 2 p ui The weather prophets now know that the first part of Nov is far from being stormy as predicted The air hits been balmy and the roads dusty Miss Caroline W Hays formerly Teacher of Music in Berea College died on Nov 3 at St Louis Mo of cousumptionaudwas buried at Ober lilt OhioMrs ellio Kedio Jones is iu Indi morn on a lire weeks tour lecturing on domustic economy at farmers insti tutus under the auspicies of Purdue UniversityMrs Mrs Graham and Nor man Frost returned from a trip of several days in Owsley Co report pleasant time und great cordIalit among the pepplo Mr Claus E Karlson formerly student of Berea ono of the your mon who built the present woodwor- shop is now in New Britain Court his address is 4JH Church street Tho letter from E Guy Tankorsley iu another column would bo of inter oat from any source but especially BO coming from out well known in Berea and now a leading athlete Jo S Joplin of Richmond hiss the largestaud best selected stock for Fur niture of nil kinds to be found in many a mile His prices are very low and ho guarantees the quality Very fortunate wore thoso of our neighbors who saw the brilliant meter at 515 last Saturday night II outshone oven thin full moon nnd Tow laim over to tiara seen ono so splen Kirksvillo is coming to the front Shepherds hall which hums just lilted two dates with the horns Ministrcls some firma things ahead for the winter season Lookout for nmtommee montsIPresident and Mrs Frost left Boron SUHnllIot tho XorthISix quart tin pail 10 cents Three cakes tar soap ft FourouucessmellingsallslO All first quality goods at TUB TBS CENT STORE next door to postoflice Richmond Ky On Friday last Loyal Temperance Legion exercises wore hold in thoI colored district school of Boron Sim ilar exercises1 took place till Friday previous nt the white school all un thin auspices of tho W C T U Early yesterday morning Professor Marsh mind several younger football enthusiasts started overland expect ingto witness the battle royal between the teams of Kentucky University IImlI Central University Harold Johnston writes from 281 E list St New York speaking most appreciatively of his stay in Bores College and saying that ho is room with Stanley Frost who has u good position on the N Y Tribune staff HELP ASTDP F nud G C Hall former Borea students now operate n Mail Order Business the only of tho kind in the U S For tree price list and information 1111I dress C F Hall Co 10107 WI Adams street Chicago ill1elr Beren references given if desired G B Shepherd of Kirksville was in our ollico Monday Ho is tho own er of the Elliott Institute property in that town He hits a lino hall over the schoolroom that is used for pub purposes It has n seating capac ty of about four hundred Mrs John W Luke died at her home two miles from l3erea on this 7 th iust aged 8 years Situ was the mother of Misses Ella Minnie and Nannie Luke and an earnest Chris than A precious one from us is gone voice we loved is stilled a place is vacant in our hearts which rater can be fillet Ladies Fleece Lined underwear extra quality Vests Jfi cents Union suits M cents Mens Heavy Fleece Underwear S0 cents a suit Mens Work Shirts tho 50 cent kind for 45 cents Linen sad Turkish Towels from 5 cents up to 50 cents a pair General Hardware Cutlery Tableware etc very low at the KACHBT STORE Main St Richmond Ky The following resolutions wore passed by Capt James West Post G A nlit its meeting on the 15th iust WHEREAS Comrade Martin Mnhuf fey late of Company D 7lh Ken tucky Infantry departed this life on the Uh of the present mouth RESOLVED that wo are sad and grieved in the loss of Comrade Ma halfey by which we lose n faithful member and nn orderly and estimable citizen RESOLVED that a copy of these rOil olutious be furnished to tho fancily of tho deceased J M GAUUERT Commander L V DOIXJK Adjutant r CORRESPONDENCE lI r 1N1HN11111111NININNINNINNIN H11HIH i Tho newsy items from various counties represented by our corre spondents are of great interest to our renders Do not ho discouraged if occasionally the demands upon our space requiro n little condensation or frontathingyus countryIsee shoeskgo part in the exhibition MASON COUNTY MAYSVILLE Lillio Bell Stewart is seriously ill at her homo near Plug Town Any kindness shown towards her by her friends will bo greatly appreciated Dr Hollowuy and Mr Thornton of Flemingsbnrg came down Friday evening to attend tho Womens Educational stud Industrial clubRov N II Talbott has returned from Springfield O Ho Filled his pulpit Sunday Huy 0 A Nelson had his baptizing Sunday t afternoon Mr Cheo Cheo Chi of Free Town Africa was hero Sunday and preached Sun lay evening nt tho Bethel church Tho fed entertainment given by tho Womens Educational Industrial club Friday evening nt Mrs C G Harris was quito n success Miss Ida Morton had her foot andlog very badly scalded at her place of work Thursday evening The Innernl of Clarence Henderson wns hold at Plymouth church Wednesday niter noon instead of Tuesday afternoon Miss Jennie Moore of Dover visited our city from Friday until Monday OWSLEY COUNTY GABBARD Having nice weather farmers are very busy gathering their corn Iel Wilder killed n largo red fox last week Ho has two fino hounds1V Cnllahan is hauling corn and tiny for A C Jnhhnrd of HoonevilloMr unit Mrs It W Minter nUll children visited relatives at lioonoville last week11ut Huff lost one of his cows recently C B Qabbard hurts built a now corn crib Cordell Rob erts while hauling goods for II H Rice had tht misfortune lojhreak one of leis arms ChIlM Eversole of Cow Creek was liens last Sunday Mrs W G Frost and son Norman and Mrs Hettio W Graham of Heron wore here They Wtro nccompiiniod by Mrs Lucy K Flnuery of Major MAJOR Miss Sophia Hibbard and Mrs Utta Clarkston of Sidell are visiting U W Seals and fat oilyJura Graham Mrs Frost mind son woro at J S How minds last weekMies Florence Settle and P M Fryo wore tho guests of Misses Williu and Laura Ray Sun dayM V Roberts our postmaster is erecting n new storehouse on tIlt lot recently purchased from G W- SealoMisses Cinda Neely and Bet tie Stacy were tho guests of Miss It Xeely on Sunday last Mrs Jen nings of South Booneville is with lien son Geo Long Miss Lou Fluttery is expected homo soon Tho Rev Conuel gave quito nn intorosling discourse at Valley View Sunday MADISON COUNTY VALLEY VIEW Our school Miss Addell Phelps teacher will close FridayExhibi thou Friday night Nov 21 Prof Parker principal of tho Keeno Industrial school will deliver an address Rev Will Brush preached at tho A MBchurch Sunday uightllr Scott Munday has moved his faultily to near Nicholnsville Misses Lucy Reynolds nud Addio Ihelps visited Keoue Camp Nelson and Nicholas ville last week Misqes Maggie Mc Afee and Sallio Mitchell will attend our closing Friday night HICKORY PLAINS Tho funnily of W E Harris o Whites Station hal purchased anti moved to the former homo of Ander son Jones Mr Harris will remain with his grocery at Whites Station Frank Foley left Sunday for Knox county Mrs Mary Stagnor of Richmond is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs James Adams Mr and Mrs James Jones of Drowning Creek spent Monday with Mr and Mrs David Maupin Moses Hutch eson of Garrard courtly and Mist Melissa Foley daughter of Rev 1 E Foley wore united in marring- at her home Wednesday Nov 12r Lucy the little daughter of Mrs E Kimbrell is quite sick with heart trouble Miss Lizzie Maupin has re turned from n weeks visit at Whites Station Mr Claud Fortune has re turned from Hamilton 0wlaero ho hUH been for several mouths JACKSON COUNTY KERBY KNOB Miss Ellen Click was here for n via it front Saturday until Sunday The Sundayschool at Long Branch progressing nicely Will Parks is away at school spent a few days at house returning to school Sunday irviua Hays of Winchester is hero attending his sick brother JooMrs D C Sparks and baby Oracle hay o been visiting their relatives lucre for u few daysMrs Clemmio Owens of Clarkcounty visited friends hero has woeklIr C C Hudson who is teaching at this place is planning al entertainment for Thanksgiving at hula school Nathan Durham of Hamilton 0 is hero hunting a place to locatoDr Daughorly has returned from Louisvillo Slioritlan Bakor visited at tho Duughortys Saturday mind Sunday A Wunmnn Awful Irrll Them is only one chance to save your life and that is through an oper ation wore tho startling words heard by Mrs J B Hunt of Limo Ridge Will from her doctor after he had vainly tried to euro her of a frightful case of stomach trouble and yellow jaundice Gall stories had formed and she constantly grew worse Then she began to muss Electric hitters which wholly cured liter Its n won derful Stomach Liver and Kidney remedy Cures Dyspepsia Loss of Appetite Try it Only W Guar anteed For snide by nil drugstores This will save your Life By inducing you to uao Dr Kings New Discovery Consumption Coughs and Colds The only Guaranteed Curo NO Curo NO Pay Your Druggist will warrant it- ABSOLUTELY CURES Grip Influenza Asthma Bronchitis Whooping Cough riii uiuonla or an Affection of the Throat sad Lungs TRIAL DOTTLES FREE Regular Blito SO rents and 100 f youre billions smith seeking advis Tnko DeWitfs Little Early lens HiSlrlllYouYou are rid of your sorrow Thats nil just enough said These famous pills do not gripe but stove limn lsaveis gently and easily cleansing the liver Their tonic effect gives strength to tho glands preventing a return of tho disorder For sale by East End Drug Co Farm for Sale One Mile West of Panola Madison County Ky Containing about ono hundred nnd sovoiityfivo life acres of good grnz mg or trout laud well watered about twentyfive 2T acres of good titular oak hickory mnplo etc good bear ing orchard of apples peaches peers etc good six roont dwelling with good spring near tho door stable and corncrib with flheclHllnd outhulldlugH Will bo sold as n whole or in tracts to suit purchasers For price terra etc address Thomas Million Hichmond Ky Or call at tho farm a ui Last winter an inlaid child of tummy had croup in a violent form says El der John W Rogers a Christian Evangelist of Filloy Mo I gave her n few doses of Chamberlains Cough Uuinody and in n short timo all danger was past and the child recov Darefcroup as soon as l e first symptoms appear will prevent the attack It contains no opium or other harmful substance and may b given as confidently to n baby ns to an adult For sale by S E Welch Jr Farm for Sale On Scaffold Cane one and a half miles from Conway at the forks 0of the Richmond and Mt Vernon Roads Convenient to School and Church Containing about rlO acres 80 acres cleared fairly well fenced enough timber for fuel and fencing for many years never failing springs with hy drnulio ram good young orchard of a hundred bearing trees good six room dwelling good barn henhouso und outbuildings n fltorohoiis in good location etc Will soil cheap for cash Apply too C M See Berea Ky r Or TimE CITIZEN Ollico A TluwkarlduK nbmrr Iloavy eating is usually tho Jillt caupo of indigestion llepaeted attacks inflame the mucous membranes lining tho stomach exposes tho zmerv- of the stomach producing n swelling after outingheartbnniheadnchosou- r y risings and final catarrh of tho stom ach Kodol relieves tho in tarnation protects the nerves and cures tho ca tarrh Kodol euros indigestion dy spepsia all stomach troubles cleans ing nnd sweetening the glanalsdf the stomach For sale by East Drug Co ire oIWiy I GamesIn Lion Coffee front now until hristmaswihl incJkind let Lion Coffee and a Free lamo at Your Uroccra YourHai Two years ago my hair wit falling out badly I purchased a bottle of Aycrs Hair Vigor and soon my hair stopped coming out Miss Minnie Hoover Pins III Perhaps your mother Ihad thin hair but that is reason why you must IIno through life with half starved hair If you want long thick hair feed it with Aycrs Hair Vigor make it rich dark Iand heavy tlH a Mill Mltrytihts U pmr Uiuifumt ranu tupuytia- nd ui Oil nir rod we will Ir- OUIIotte lit sure unit gibe niiuo of yoarntmlreeteFrraaonl e lreti tonsil Milt Ciirr l of lllr After III yea Mr C Hnnoy of UeuevaOhinhind tho piles for forty years Doctors and dollars could do him no lasting KOocl DoWitts Witch pawl Sillcurel him permanently Invnhmblo for outs burns bniws sprains Incurs lions eceomn letter salt rheum timid till other skin diseases Look for tho naino DoWilt on time puckngo all others are cheap worthless country foitx For palo by East End Drug Co West End Meat Market For Fresh Monty Salt Meals Slicwl Hum Lard Snii ngp Vegeta buts etc Highest pricu fur Country Produce R H ROYSTON IlacN1o II upprrlN HnrJiu Still Snjn lie tin Tnrtuml I suffered such pain from elate could hardly walk write II Hob iiiRou HillHl orougli Ills but Sucklons Arnica Salvo completely onuppros burns boils ulcers Perfect healer KIIIUj Canvasser Wanted to sell PRINTERS INK a for advertisers published weeklv nt five dollars n year It loaches tho Hiionco mind practice of Advertising anil in esteemed hy the moat successful advertisers in this country mid Grout Uritnin Liberal com mission allowed Address Ill 5T1 15 INK Sirur NINrw ViitU then Coueli furis IH Ibo only hnrmhws cough Taro Hint gives relief Cures Con gliHColdH Croup BronehiliH Whooping Coiih Pneumonia Asthma laO rlppo and nil Thront Glut and Lung trouble hOt Imuktl by rain says Gertrude K Fenner Muiicie I nil and con tracted a severe cold anti cough I failed rapidly lost IS hits My drug Kiwi recommended Ono Minuto Cough Cure The flint bottle brought roliof i several cured rue I am hack to my old weight UN HM Ono Mlnntn Cough Cnro ruts the phloem relieves tho cough at once draws out iullani ination runts croup An Ideal n nut dy for children For sale by Kant End Drug Co Have your meas ure taken for your new Fall garments Il Is the only proper and satisfactory way of buying your doilies Make your selec tion from the tailoring line of STRAUSS BROSI Chicago Est 1877 Good Ullorn lor a rr quarter century Youll find a world of pleasure In wearing the clothes made by Strauss Bros faultless 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