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REV Editor Matra M rite It Is difficult to givo a doftcription of Boroa Colleges Industrial Building In process of construction which will furnish u butter concoption of it than ilixrn the fit herewith presented In fact thin plant will consist of four build ings aside from power house and sheds In the view taken from the south tWIt it looks liku oiu building The location is u plat of ground alwut 2f Ux 2f U feet just north of what in usually termed the public square Only a purl of the Htructuro in building this year but it hoped that the rest will follow without much delay The brick of excellent quality van bo Wade in Karen This brief description of the completed building On the south part of the lot Uio immediate front as viewed in the pic tur will bo a hulling 171 foot long from east to west varying from 30 to 45 fwt in width Tim east part of this 72 fed long with an extreme width of IO fiiil will have a wagon shop on first lloor and sloyd work ale The west part will have mon work below and tailoring above Between those U u hall 0x10 root Ono each situ of thin hall but extending farther to ward the atrwt ax to make a vestibule at the same time taking out a cor ner of the largo roonm already named in a room 20xJO foot the 0110 an exhi bition room for noyd models the other a general exhibition or recitation room Beyond thin building to the north after an interval of 20 feet are two buildings each JWhtM feet the one extending far to the east as the one de hcrilxxl the other an far to the west thtiH leaving a apace of 10 feet between them In this space or court is a cistern blasted from the solid rock 20 feet deep and holding MX barreln The eastern part of these buildings with the end abutting on Main street will have the ground floor used for black smithing and tho upper for tho painting department The western part of theao two buildings is sunk to a lower level and has throe storing Tho basement story in designed for a repair shop the text for a shoeshop and tho for a harness shop interval of 20 fm t to the north providing for a second drive Main street into tho court and we come to a building similar to the lirst one ultixlj1 feet Through the center of this is a hall and on either side departments measuring IWlxSO root Tho first Jloorof tfio one blue east is for tho printing ollice the upper for mechanical and architectural drawing etc The west part goon to tho lower level having tho planing mill below then carpentering suit in tho third story a cabinet shop Another 20foot drive and wo come to tho power house I2xf l foot with f its ponderous chimney SO foot high and complete interior arrangements not h admitting a description here West of this and convenient to the woodwork department will bo commodious sheds for storing lumber dryers etc Those latter only will le built of wood nil the main buildings of tho finest brick The power house and woodwork department are well advanced The foundation for some of the other is being laid and next year will sue a largo part of tho plant completed For tho coming winter two storks of the wood work building will bo used in providing rooms for students With tho com pletion of this work Korea College is olpootOtl1o havo facilities for instruc tint in various industries second to none in tho wholo land v INCREASED ATTENDANCE Tho attendance of students in the College already exceeds that of last fall by over sixty A similar increase during tho rest of tho year would make the total enrolment over cloven hundred Boron adds to her student holly livery year an increase larger than the total attendance of somo socall ed THAN EVER Nothing succeeds like success and Borea College continues to succeed the hopes of her founders or tho imaginations of her critics Tho iucreaso in attendance is matched by as steady an increase in the ad f vantages offered Among tho many improvements this year we noto the following The now Industrial Building illustrated above 2 Installation of Brickyard with dnlly capacity of 10000 bricks or 20 000 tile 3 Moro teachers nearly fifty teachers are employed to caro for the in creasing attendance 4 College rooms fully luruished for students bedding taken care of by College authorities oil supplied daily inspection ft Increase in size of Hospital and general improvement in hygienic conditions RELIGIOUS AT BEREA Students hero have the best religious privileges afforded by any college in tho State Daily chapel exorcises in tho morning the habit of having de votional exercises in tho classroom and tho custom of following supper at tho boarding houses with evening worship carry tho religious life of tho In stitution into tho daily life of the student in n natural and wholesome way On Sunday a rich program is given The College conducts a Biblo school in the morning before church in- N which tho College teachers who aro all activu Christians front various donom inations give an unsectarinn exposition of the International interdenomi national Sundayschool lessons t Following this como the various church services of tho town and vicini 101 ty Students have tho chancb at this time to attend either the Boron Baptist Church white the Boron ChVistian Church tho Boron Church tho Glado Christian Church white tho Glade Christian Church i colored tho Glade Baptist Church colored or tho Church of Christ at Berea Union founded by Mr Foe After dinner ninny students go out in tho surrounding and conduct 1 After auppor tho Young Peoples Societies of tho various churches and tho College Young Mens and Young Womens Christian Associations have thoir devotional meetings maamantrTIDE CITIZEN tlOIBEREA COLLEGE SPECIAL THE NEW INDUSTRIAL BUILDING 1uppor collegesBETTER i1steady OPPORTUNITIES Congregational neighborhoods Sundayschools Last and best of all comes the Sunday night chapel services ono hour in length instituted by the College last year which have proved such a great success As tho Chapel exorcises are in charge of tho faculty of an unsec tarian college of ample means and a national reputation the students havo tho rue privilege of hearing some of the host preachers of America Somo of tho men whom they havo thus heard at the Sunday night Chapel are Rev II C King D D President of Oberlin College Ohio Rev W E Barton D IX of Chicago Ill Rev A D Mayo LlDof Washington D C Rev C W Hiatt D D of loveland 0 Rev II M Curtis D D of Cincinnati 0 Rev J O Buswoll of Mellon Win Rev N E Fuller of Corning NV Rev W A Eisonhart of tho Richmond Ky Presbyterian Church and Rev B B Xoolof the Silver Creek Ky Baptist Church Six ordained ministers of various denominations are members of tho College faculty and with the pastor of the Church of Christ Union Rev G A Burgess D D are frequently invited to preach The talented ministers whom tho College is thus able to got have made the Sunday night Chapel exercises deservedly popular among the students Special music by a trained choir under tho direction of Secretary Gamble formerly a member of Moodys Quartet adds much to the interest Students who como to Boron College have in those several ways the fin est roligious opportunities Horded by any Kentucky College and Boron thus continues to justify the opening words of its charter which stators that Borea was founded In order to promote tho ciuso of Christ pET THE BEST No person is truly educated no irtutUir how much book knowledge hi may have acquired who has lived all his life in ono locality and learned no worldPeople never seeing the beauty of the country or tho grandeur of the hills can have but an imperfect knowledge of true nature just as those roared in the plains and hills of tho country and knowing no thing of tho city are unable to appreciate the advantages to be gained there Berea holds out a hand to each of these classes offering to each an opportunity to know and understand each other which of itielf is a long step toward a thorough education The forty or more instructors in Berea College Lave been drawn from tho largo college centers in the cities and a number of them have had tho great aIvanta es of foreign travel and study and ore especially fitted to help inrafterWhen selecting a school riff the best one whore you can he trained by persoira of brosd culture helpfultoThis year Bares College will receive students from more thou twenty ough instruction the opportunity use the twenty thousand valuable books in our College library with its wealth of periodical literature the contact with tho best of young poople and tho healthful character of our location andespecially the very low rates for living etc with other schools of the South we believe you will decide to conic to Beroa Our several literary so cieties the baud glee club free choral music classes clean athletics etc give fine opportunity for social intercourse land pleasant recreation RAILROAD CONNECTIONS A pleasant feature of tho journey to Borea College this winter is soon in tho arrangement to have parties como together in special cars Students from southeastern Kentucky northern Tennessee and southwestern Virginia who como on tho C V division of the L it N will join their party on tho Monday evening train Dec Sth Special aches will bo provided and College songs and College colors will enliven the trip The Berea cars will come directly throughwithout change arriving here early Tuesday morning Professor Raymond is expected to havo charge of the party Students from northeastern Kentucky and West Va will como on tho 0 0 to Winchester and thouco by tho L N Tho party will leave White House Dec 8th in charge of Professor Dinsmoro spending tho night in Ashland and resume tho journey from thorn on the early morning train Dec Hh with ample time in Winchester to connect with the L it N party from tho North arriving in Berea at 122 p in Tuesday Dec SHu Students from Broathitt Magofiin Knott Perry Leslie Morgan Wolfe anti other counties adjacent to tho L E will start Tuesday morning arriving in Borea tho same day Student leaders Iran these counties will ho on the train with badges and College colors Students in the eastern portion of Kentucky are advised that the L A from Richmond eastward has completed its connections at Beattyvillo with the L it E- Students north and south of Borea on the K C division of tho L N will join their parties on the morning trains Dec 9th Notice tho revisal time table in another column THE OVERLAND JOURNEY Lack of good railroad facilities makes it easiest for many to como over land Definite arrangements have boon made to bring tho Casey county students in carriages from Middleburg The party will start early Tuesday morning Dec Nth in charge of Instructor C D Lewis take din nor at Lan caster and arrive hero for supper Independent parties will como ns hereto fore from other nearby counties BE ON TIME An extra fee of twentyfive cents is charged students who fall to register on time But most serious of all is the loss of energy and time whet a stu lent enters school a day or two behindhand Public school teachers who be gnu thoir school so late that they cannot be here on time should stay by their schools do their duty and come as soon as possible Wo have special ar rangements to enable such normal students to make up arrears But the student who is late in entering just because of his carelessness or neglect brings a poor recommendation An Independent Weekly 1 Devoted to the ofITIIE60 CENTS A YEAR ia oMr0i4Mooi IoM Mol IIIoIIotI WILL PAY YOU liT COME HERE FOR 1w IoiI I Iii I I 11Tl TT I 111 111OIMooi l Overcoats j Youll find a great stock to chooseIfrom plain honest coats as low us five dollars or rich elegant gar money an fine as twentyfive and a wealth of great bargains at 7 8 10 1250 and Up t And dont forgot that wo are head t quartern for everything else worn by mini or Iwy I Covington and Banks IKentucky OUTFITTERS FOR MEN AND I BOYSJI r M M M M I 111 I 111 I I IeI1 11 11 Ie I I111o Ie I u u The East End Drug Company On Main Street Berea Fills prescriptions from Pure Drugs accurately Sell Drugs and Patent Medicines cheaper than you can buy thou in any other town in Eastern Kentucky Wo aro headquarters for Fine Shelf Groceries Fresh Fruits Ico Cream Soda Water Etc You save money by buy- Ing of us Wo solicit your patronage Call and see us L A Pettus Pharmacist u = C C Proprietor UStlI General Upholstery os+ If your mattress needs remaking or your couch recovering or your FURNITURE RENOVATING AND REPAIRING rh v j shall bo glad to call and give an honest estimate of what it will cost you Work guaranteed Prices reasonable Address Walter TurnerB- ox 228 Down Ky or cure of Supt C A King NN NN NN NN1 N NN N1NNN NNN N 1NN11N NNNNNN- i Madison County Roller Mills I iliIIIItIeIoII I Manufacturers Fancy Roller Flour i Corn Meal Ship Stuffs Crushed Corn Etc i Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor will be i i hard to Beat i i PRIDE OF MADISON is another Excellent Floury i lliIIiIIIIIIi t i Potts Duersoni Whites Station Kyii1MN1NNNNfNN NNNNNNNNNNNN NN1NN1NN If Its From Joplins Its Good t Wo wish to call attention to the largo assortment of New Furniture now on sale at our store Wo invito our Berea friends to make themselves at homo at JOPJjINS meet your friends hero and consider this your t headquarters when in Richmond We guarantee quality of everything wo sell and invito com pnrison of prices- 1MCTUKK DKFAKTJUISNT Mouldings in fashions latest dictates always carried and framing neatly done CARPETS AND MATTINGSi- n great variety UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY Day Phone 73 Night Phone 47 66 JO Se JOPLIN Richmond Ky J BE REA COLLEGE WINTER TERM COMMENCES WEDNESDAY DEC 10 1902 jIs THE CITIZEN i A Womnai Awful Peril There is only one chance to save your life and that is through an oper anon were the startling words heard by Mrs 1 B Hunt of Lime Ridge Win from her doctor after he had vniuly tried to cure her of a frightful of stomach trouble and yellow iiruse Gall stones had forged and oho constantly grew worse Then Mho begun to use Electric Button whichwholly cured her UH a won derful Stomach Liver and Kidney remedy Cures Dyspepsia Lose of Appetite Try it Dilly flfu Guar anteed For sale by nil drugstores This will save your LlfE By inducing you to UM Dr Kings New Discovery For Consumption Coughs and Colds The only Guaranteed CUr r NO Cure NO Pay Your Druggist will warrant it- ADSOLUTELY CUItliGrip Influenza Asthma Bronchltfi Whooping Cough Pneumonia or an Affection of the Throat and Lungs TRIAL BOTTLES FREE Regular Sizo 50 ceuu and elCQ If youre billions and seeking advia Take Do Witts Little Early ere Just before going to lied Risers You will find on the morrow You are rid of your sorrow I hats nil just enough said These famous pills do not gripe but mole tho bowels gently and easi ly cleansing the liver Their tonic effect gives strength to the glands preventing a return of the disorder For Bale by East End Drug Co Farm for Sale One Mile West of Panola Madison County Ky Containing about one hundred and seventyfive 17f acres of good graz ing or corn landwell watered about Iwentyiivo 25 acres of good timber oak hickory maple etc good hear jug orchard of apples peaches pears etc good six rootu dwelling with good spring near the door stable and corncrib wilhshedsand outbuildings Will be sold as a wholo or in tracts to suit purchasers Fr pries terms etc addrass Thomas Million lliohmondKy Or call at the farm IIot Last winter an infant Child of mine hud croup in a violent form Bays El der John W Rogers a Christian Kvaugelist of Filley Mo I gave her u few doses of Chamberlains Cough Remedy and in a short time all danger was past and the chill recoy tired This remedy not only curse croup but when given as soon as the first symptoms appear will prevent the attack It contains no opium or other harmful substance mod may Ik given as confidently to a l 6bYIi8 to nil adult For sale 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 und Church Containing about DO 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 a storehouse inI good location etc Will sell cheap for cash Apply to CM See Berea Ky OrT ECiTizEv Otlice A Tlimukigltlng JlluurjHeavy eating is usually the first coons of indigestion Rupaoted at tacks inflame the mucous membranes lining the Stomach oxpones the nerves of the stomach producing a awelliog after eating heartburn headache sour risings and final catarrh of the atom ach Kodol relieves the indamatiou protects the nerves and cures the ca tarrh Kodol cures iudigaatioudys- pepeia all stomach troubles by cleans T lug and sweetening the glands of the stomach For salt by Eut End Drug Co Dont Use Spectacl es Unless you need them and if you uso them be sera they lit your needI will give thorough examination FREE or CIURHE always indicating thu correct glasses to use It you dont need glasnea I will tell you T A Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main Street Richmond Ky DR M Er JONES Dentist OtlieeRear Mrs Fish c Millinery Store Office Days Thursday Friday and Saturday of each we- ekMONUMENTSS Urns Hcadttonos Statuary Granite and MarbleI Work of nil kinds done in n workmanlike manner at rea sonable prices nullwithm dispatch All work guar anteed b- yGOLDEN FLORA RICHMOND Ky foriirrni MIII lhll ollln- MmelNOTICE I would like to make till aquaint Ilice of everyone within reach of Herea canMAKE CHAIRS Tan and Dress Leather or do Splint or Bark Hot touring Ileoua asnd me your address or CIIII when in towuICHAS A KING Siijxrhilfiiclfiit ril KuililliiK Berra rollrxr Harness Nothing Slow about our niulhoda of selling Wo marksuch low prices on high grade Harness arid Horse Goods that it makes owners feel that it pays taller to replace old things than to spend time and money toggling thom upThe very atmosphere of this shop ThlroIis genuine stuff in our harness and it has all the features that distinguish it from the imitation mid inferior grades T J MoberlyIRichmond Ky THE MARKETS RV A NORMAN A CO CINCINNATI November CATTrrComnon200 J27i II Butcllors100 run II tlUi n fiHO 0iNxmsCmumat175 010 Fair good light lf to I52S Packing0ai fiaTi- SIIKKP Good to choico 200UOCommon to fair lM 2M- Liuns Good to choicolf n Vii II Common to fairM7r lr 0 WHEATNO 2 Reid 7HJ 1 71 CORN Wrt II OATH No 2 mixed 32 j T2 ItyaNn 2 tKIOUR Winter lltltmt aSfIt II fancy 1 alflu Family f2I 1700 aOT- MirxFKKii IIAVNo Timothy UOO II No2II 12no l127fi II No1 Clover 175 ij I02S No2II 8U I SMIP- ODLTRV Springers 10 Heavy hues HIICfdcrllII 6 Turkey heim II II Ducks hens Kriwli umrliy 21 I lliDKH Wet Malted 7 tt SI No dry salt KM II II Hull fi l 7J II Sheepskins Wit M- TAILOW Irimo city II fJ 7 41oluilry r liJ WOOL Unwahlie1 ISjWiinhiHTill wnnhoil Mfc RATIIKKH GiHise new nearly white IK IIgrtl to averagu as 4n Duck colored to whito loll ft1 IT Chicken white no quills 20 Turkey body airy 12 ft 12 CO YEARSI COP TRADC MARKSI Anfnnendalg a A eh t durrlWkr Qulrkly aaerrll NlrIftuo11 rrre MItur lliiTtiiimii pn b lilf ptr111Atle anm Nnwr I1IulrltilnnII JtrtJIIIkuIItpAlrnlt r x lM r lu iue Scientific American hantometf Illailrelnl Mklr lirwt drrulailuu ur any riemdrt ViurukJ Tvnni 13 a fun hartuunlaLe ola bf nil nwxlMlvra Yorkbranch A Fine opportunity If you want the ad vantages of a first class School and good Society will still my three room well phis tered frame louse 01111 lot 120 feet wide tOO legit deep near till II N det iu Herea Ky together with my well appointixl Sawmill anti line Orst mill The mill buildings are all sew and iron roofed Tim machinery is all in jMirfect order The water sup ply lx lli for house sad mill is never tailing WILL SELL AT BA Ita IS Write or call on JC SHARP Berea Ky A lpeml Offer The undurHigniul will give a fret null 1111 or ClmmberlainH Stomach anti Liver Tablets to any ono wanting a reliable remedy for disorders of the stomach biliousness or constipation This is a tow remedy and a one Sold hy S E WELCH hIReduced to FIFTYICENTS A YEAR New Idea WomansMagazine II T IfmerllI One Dollar IIIFashionfore the American public It shows New Ideas In Fashions Iu Millinery In Embroidery Ui Cooking In Womans Work and In Reading beautifully Illustrated In colors and In black and white Above all shows the very fashionable New STTLU made from Nw PAT TERNS which cost only IOc each Send Five Cents Today lerllancl coped tb Nw IouWOYAs MAOUINI old b1 what frul vale ler lh nxxiir can gut you s TBI NEW IDEA PUBLISHING CO tit ErsdwayNw Tuk T JOHN CARL FAY On Thursday last at 880a in Carl Fay breathed his last nt the home of Mrs E L Hanson in Herea His disease was consumption tho name as that of which his father died when Curl WitS quite youugs- Ho camo to Heron College in V1SM In time year 1815 Mrs Fey moved to Boron and Carl was continuously in college until lStlJwhen ho graduatiHl with ortHlit Afterward ho studied at the University of Illinois for two years giving special attention to mathematics nod chemistry In IHH ho went to Cornell University where he pursued hU ulndies und alwi was an al4Mistallt lint his heullh never very robust gave way and lit wont to Florida und North Carolina for relief After u time his mother followed him In August last they came to Herea und sinco that the ebbjng away of vital lower has continued for several of the lust days his lift seeming to hang liy a thread He was horn in llracken count und wni 20 years Ii months hull 26 days old at tin time of hiti death During thu weoks of hopelthMiuMH to recovery and of trying milTering his pnticncu 111111IJ control wero markable Iris mind clear to till last nnd hm trust iu his Saviour per feet At dilferent timeH ho calmly made several re uehtn as to thu lant sad rites NiiggKiting Tiwslom from ostentation amid the presence of I ho members of hill Hereu literary society Some days ago lit his requeHt till Loids supper was ohnorved for hin eueft Uuring tutu last half hour of his lift he repeated till J3d Imdiu- Pauls words As iu Allah nllIiHI iu Christ shall nil Is intuit alive und the doxology A bright light lies lx eii moved over to tho other sit lo ol the river v raw Urn Hi Nmr It often madn my heart aeho writes L C Ovorntre of Klgin lams to hear my wife cough until it mimed her wi ik null xoro lungs would collapse lod doctors shill she was HO far gono with ConMiiiop lion that no medicine or earthly help could save her hue n friend recom iHlCltlfjIIlIcImedicine xaveil her life Its ubmi IlIlnl II rnlllttl1 fur Coughs CVilds HronchitiH AHthma and all Throat nnd Lung dijaMos Wi tutu 100 nt all dntgatores Triul lK ttliH fre- eNOTINANYTRUST tarry nrwgnlwri Iwyelately nil rum Dey lu n irIM IIrII purtira In tliertlict that THE NEW HOMESEWINO MACHINE CO dud riittntl u truil air iiiinbliiutliiii wi wlh III uMiin the pulillt tlMUtlwre U no trutli In 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Attain la IL Ihillim TVS Nun KruiKIifu late SISCO COI NicboasvIPe Ky To llc Iulillr Allow mo to say u few words in praise of Chamberlains Cough lem Otis had u very severe cough und cold end feared I would get lunch monia but after taking till second down of this medicine full hotter throe tattles of it curial my fold und the pains in my cliost disappeared en tirely I am most respectfully yours for hrntllh ItAifiiSMcvKRs II l Thirty seventh St Wheeling llr Va For by S Lt WKICII Ju KKWI Ucnd model ikvtcli or plMJto ol liiTCiitlcu for r Ux f low i0 Patents TRADEMARKS HlltI The CitizenFI- FTY CENTS A YEAR This is the second in our series of songs Columbia the Gem of the Ocean n i ll yrarelu r a 1 ocluM1oIa l1IIIHI lit tttIli 9hullntnuuf Urn Whtn war ruled nwiI aJoo u la null Am1 lluundlntd the Thu elarspanghJ km nor triiit hither Ulr Ct1ulIIhbj jJ brave ami the frt The lAriiw ofi tu h wtriit 11fotlclll IIIH to de form The ark tWn of frilui a f UHnll tton trui Mina let it wave May thu eruth 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urlhlranti It U also IIIuittrnuM by a rininll snake toronellu nustructi whisk snide years ago wan dlxoovered to be an Ill habitant of Dorsetshire and IIunii ultlre The eiiruiitflla ferds uxrinntvulx UH Hwrtls slty aurae suit smell kiMkiHi TtoiHKh lunrtakae It will Wtfc Kevlew 1nkliiK Off Iliircr Cullitr It U slat alwajri Icnurant tall tu ttbuorve clmtwly ami VunUworlli tuck a drive with n friend After great dlllUutl tier hope wan un linriiiHtoml extvnl they nut gut tin iullar Out of them wild It wax n shun nrlght lniK Mlblllty and that the bead mut have cruxvn ulncu the eollur VIM put on said a girl turn the collar IlIultI RIPANSSly and my breath was oireiimvoattitnert and nefiiNjuiiully I hud a bud Lund ache lly Ube 1I44lIf Kiptins Tabulin I am in n to attmul tlImy daily d ut l4 my is exeillent and my digestion inuuh Im proved AT DRUGGISTS- The five packet is enough for an ordinary occasion family bottle sixIty cents contains supply for a yearr IF YOU ARE FARMER AND HAVE ONE CENT liny a Hvnlul card null send to thn Now York TrillIline Farmer New York City for u tree sH copy lie Tribunn Farmer is a National IlluNtraletl Agrieullunil for harmers timid their fain iliuN and Hlntids nt this head of the agricultural press Tint price is year tint if you like it you can necure U wilt your own favorite local niuvNpapur The Citizen nunn y at n bargain lloth papers one year only JjtlUO Send your order mid money t- oTHE CITIZEN Berea Ky BEREA COLLEGE Founded drib Iiihlructors 000 I For hornier liifnriiiallun RiMrvm the CoUK KccrrUry C GAMBLE Berea Kentucky Quarterly Iirwas was CNilwrhlge funtd off liorimH 1s down eondilion nplatitn cent The a A Weekly 10 Students WILL 1M UNRIVALED ADVANTAGES irgeal Cullmtr ltlrnr In Ktnliickv It eullttlt mioltdilga IIIdIIMtrl by 1IIUaIA ClitUllnui IlMlil fiiuintir tl liili lii MfllKMllli ITr brrl ii ere So n liMinihi lUrro Claadlydt liiinilcmiJ Ml fluff CIIIIIII our with HdMir j trAtrtdauly eaurs lit hug lot I 01l Ill nod fur ImtlnrM eMIr 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uttallonj I 2 And the Lord auld uiitu Qldnjii ThY ptoi lu Iliut uri with then err lou many for me to aloe the Mlilluiilion Into tellluilld It Uruel Vaunt UiMiudvv uKUllial till nuylim Mini own hued bath snots uieUllllSJII tilt lOll Of JutlNll the AllltZ rill mutt use of those whom INI ruUttl ui to deliver luiml from her topt utvu tstlmuli of lilnifeulf unit ere IIIKI utrtiiKtli lit theae wortU from tliu 1oftlI Jo In thU thy uilKht lulu huh I krill thwjlf Surely I will tu with tlivu Then In Chapter vl 3 4 we read In the revised veralou inurKln that tliu Sjilrtt dotlutl llltiuflf with tilthoil KO tt nt whatever wan douu was liy the fjjilrlt through Ulilvon The Lord plow uiut be 1iuIUil und no duuli limy KluI ry In Ills preitonce Uu II 11 17 till 6 xlrlll 11 I Cur I yj Ul Jer Ix 2U J II S Vho ocver li fearful and afraid let Mm rrtutii- Hy thin prmluumtloi the Lord would trek awl slit lldconM army of 3iuuO mini und It uuiet hue betiu criUtly to OUIcuii iinmziunent when 22uuu cow urde returned home CUll It he jiomtl ble tliut uhioni the prufuIetI follow toe of Christ totluy twothlrdit or Inure urn iHitvurdii ufruld to ronfuwi Him before the world ufntld to itrLtiinvl rtlku their firm fulth In Ills jiruuilNt druid to follow Him fully afraid of I the roil of belui whole huurlml tllwl pliw ufruld of tin cull to KO forth In I till uuiiii to Mime dlKtunt land with I the Klud I M I njcu of Ills HiilvutlonT It U jjriutly to be found hut It IenlI w 4t Awl tli Lord call unto Gideon Tin people are yet lite many llrtDK than sewn unto Ike water and I will try them tar Ibce Ihete From thU tent only 300 of the re uiululnj 10000 com forth UN tUulltliU In thu lKljl of the Lard What u rift IUKI It U the lorUn own 1Itrvliliik of li urtt ti mi He hinds but Jtuu opt of UUUO whom He can nee It In nut u tenth and wure ly u hundredth curt hut tilt 1uril gels all HIM own The tint tort tuck out taw feurful the peo tilt who were afraid Hut who are theae DIKJ wlw are Ndketl to return home 7 They lire not nfmhl What IH their trouble They bowed down apron their kliw s to drink while the Nos UIIKI of the wnter UN u slug lniH lh Jut a Milt suit ImlulKciMe a little of their own pleuxure rather tlwn zeiil In Ills nervlce Wbut u vwy llttlf tldog And yet It wall tlwlr Itt It dwlthnl whether they nlmtild KO or stay lid IN evrr leKtlnif UII III the little unlliwry thliiKK of our dully life mid wu tintV nut upt to think of It- t It And ho dtvtOnl tlw JW won tall thr cvinpcnU aNd Re lout u trumpet In Very ramiii Arad milk rtoply pitched I kltJ Umin wllhlH tilt i ltchera AM to this rest It IN written In verse 1 that he let Thom nil KO every man Unto hU plnee The feurful went to their place of knfety null the self In I dulKunt to their euHo Itut the 1110- v with foot1 trumpeU and torchttit are ready for Nun Ico An wo KO 1IJIIIIIIIl the enemy day by day we meet he utroiix our testimony niUKt lit clenr mid our light brlKhtly hliliiliic fur the trumpet MtiKKiittM ttHtlmony and till lamp or torch insrKlni u light It U lieeenaury thut the lender be u than of Krtiit iMuniKe culm ctiiilUlunt fern FILM III nddltlon to till that the lonl hud wild to lldeoii and hind known him He further enoourucex him by rmiHliiR him to hour Mollie thliiCN that their en 1iiilen are wiylni IIIIIOIIK thiiiiHelveii Yore ei UlBi It IN nut Bate or wlm1 to lUlrii to what others nay of you UiileoN you have UN clear nuldance to do HO It H ildeou hud 17 And he wild unto them Look on m- alld da likewise sad IwliolJ when I cone to the outride of the cuinp It hall be thut ai I do so elicit ye da- Ho alm Bald Ablmelech III chapter ix 4S What ye have Nero me do make haute und do UN I have dune Our lender whom we follow IN the bunt of Must the Son of Got tine Treat lend of till Vhurrli the ICIiiK of Inniitl the KliiK of KIIIKN and Lund of Ionlx and It U written of Hull lie idmll not full nor be dlxcouniKed Ism xlll 4i We urn to follow Him to walk OH He walked to run with piitlunce looking unto Jesus to dee no 1111111 save JCHIIH only mid to let HU mind be In UK hum ble nelf emptied seeking only till glo ry of God 1 Matt xvl 21 I loom 11 U licit ill 1 II Mark Ix 8 Phil II5S 18Sl Anti the three companln Mew the trumpet and brake the tllchfra and held Jim luni i In their left hands und the IruiiipctH In their right hand to blow wlthul und they cried The word of the- 1Ard und of Uldeon- f The result WUH that the Lord net every inunH Nvord II 111 liNt his fellow throuxuimt till the hunt of the enemy and tilt loil wrought a great victory tar Israel f AM thu redeemed of till Lord we art In time world but not of I It WI are nut to be In any way con formed to It fur the whole world llrth In the wicked sue John xvll 11 10 Itom xll 1 I John v 10 It V 1 but we are to be overcome by the blood of the I iinh und the word of our testi wavy nail by faith In our Captain uiutilffBtltiK Hh life III these mortal ilLOlliIll to tile glory of God the rather xll 11 1 John v 4 II for Iv 1 11 Ihll II 111 When lu fellowship time world und overcome by It lIdlY by a consistent life and a clear rliiKltiK testimony to the blood of the Lamb torch and trumpet we honor God we are then like GldeonH 300 llemeiu Abur It U the Lord aud Gldeou the bttlug always preeminent 1 Inciil ClmiiKeil ToJtilinh- Piitrofying food in the intestines produces effects like thoso of araeuic lint Dr Kings Now Life Pilln expol tho poiHOHH from clogKd bowels gently easily but surely curing Con Ntipntion BiliouHtieRfl Sick Iles macho lovnrf all Liver Kidney nnd Dowel troubles Only 2Fo at nil drugntoreH I Cop rights llM by Ainrrtcmu Itett AiwocU lon1 Mmiloimnt said the corporal na luting an olllcurwho cumu out from the picket Pnvt Mujor llurko orderuil mo to MO thin yomiK lady out of time II HUH She linn it piM to ulllall rime lieutenant rend the pass mill told MlhN IlnKKH she mlnlit K through HatlKtin wai ranking Ids tniljjn to know what to do Hu had Ixeu Itmtrnct oil to jo through witlf MKH HnKK wt tier KOIIIU pruteiue Ids iiiKoiinlljr when put to thu tout failed horn Siisa- Baggy cnmo to his relief Mr 00lporalchic said I dont hacker ter part ith that bloomln lirttd o bar 0 young Would you mind ft elu a jKirii lonu woman ter tho Confcduratu HniMVTho corporal whliipored n few wonU in tliu lIuutvimntH oar Thu renult WM that in live iiilnuteN four cavalry pri ratM were planed under time coriKiralit onlurn who held in his hold a Ad0 cut from II true at time side of time road to which ho lad uttyolitil a whltu cotton handkurohtuf Thou the old buggy which rattletl at every turn of low ohms and Ihreatuneil to oollapM at every mudhole pnicetiliil down the riKiiL Corporal ItutiKan cui ttirtnl aldiiKsldu while the four privates followml directly in rear Hut u few 11dles Lad Uen truver e l whoa u horM mnn lit proved to bu the unumyM vedottu wan Heuu ntaiuUiiK in thu road ahuud An tow party approach wl they sow a dozen muru advunoliiK to his nupjMirt Uut tho ConfedurateN evi dently Mow the whilu Hat for no other dtHnaimtrutlon wiw inadu than time rid lug forward of an otllcor with half a ilazwi mmi to meet thou who were ad vuncliiK What do you want asked time oft cur gruffly Flux to no time lady to your llmm Umlur a vommlMlonttl otllcer Only mufulf a corporal said Hut Ban Wnll you can tutu about pretty quick and get back to whuru you ciimu fnmi Tlio nuxt iuch lIaK Kent out will bu taken in nail wont Ret out nKalll Cuptalt dont yon know mo said II wt UaKK uilUiiK at the onicur Wwll upon my word You dont uiuan Ml H Baggy put bur finger on her lip These inun camu at my request abe oontlniitHl w I hope you will not flat any fault The otllcer raised hb hat but said nothing Hood inornltiK corporal Vho Kald Im much obllcu for your trouble YourO quit woloomo mien Doth parties nosed slowly away d inultaneouKly They hail Bcarctily Htarled buforo too corporal herd hU naiuu spe ken In a womans voice but ouu with which ho wan Slut familiar Haul Hu turnid and ww what must bo Mliw UIIKKS for her threes was limo saute though her hood and neck wuru changed tttandfiiK in the buggy her back to the her taco directly toward himIhotlioglasHH wuro gone lift suiihonnut IIUUK iu ouu luul whllo dho bold roins in thu other Never had tho corporal behold HO great n chaiiKO III HO brief a space of limo Tliu jolting had disar magus a mass of dark hair which had partly fallen over her shoulders Her ijytM ware black told lustrous her com pluxion an olivo relluvetl by a ruddinottt oil the cheek Her superb head was sot on hur neck on if it had boon placed thoro by an artist Time fuco was lighted by a imilu of triumph a sntilo HO bu witching that it haunted tho corporal to his dyiiiK dllY- HaURali hud not recovered from his surprise before sho ijioku to him iu a rich contralto voice an little Hku that ho hall heard from her as u fife Is like tho inullow trees of an organ Corporal please prosunt lilY compli ments to Major llurko aud thank him for moo for his kindness and tell him that when hu wade mother woman through time hues under prutonsu of keep ilmg her eyes shut what ho has au OSJMS cial purjHxso of Ma own in View Riot to held an Olrshniaii for an escort Tho Biuilu on lace lips broadened and showed a set of wlitto tenth Thu Oirlnh faro as diplomats uro not usually tincccssfuL Au ruvolr corporal TJiuro wa a grin on the faces of thn Confodcrato lookers on and axtoniiih mout on tho hoiient countcnanco of Cor poral Itatignu And HalH sho continued evident ly enjoying bringing out tho word with her rich voice as onu loves to roll alit wino on thu tongue when a woman desires to race it is not always for the money up Shu tossed tho bill uho had won towarii Mill I And Hats dout race again with only one with a rawbouud animal with lung lugs Hobby Let is from time bluegrass regions of Kentucky Thorns Komc ning wrong about his breathing apparatus but uvtii with that disadvau tagu hu can trot a mllo over a good road in 250 Had Mist Daggs appeared less be witching as she stood there under the protection of half a dozeu Coafedoiati troopers Itatlgan would have turned away impatiently As it was she KCCIII ud to hold him by a spell Ono thing more my bonny cardinal lower Toll tho major that I like tho young man from County Cavan ho has rucounnciidcd to mo very smelt Her eyes fairly danced When tho war is over I hopo you will look mo up In intro for Betsy IJaggs at time SL Cloud hotel Nashvlllo With this she throw him a kiss from tho tips of her fingers which now that liar glovo was removed bu noticed were whito and round There was really Bomothingiiympathetio in time last glance she gave Mum In it was n regret that it had boon necessary for her to deceive TO honest and wanly a fallow It was limo filial dart that pierced the Irishmans heart and completed his inthrallment Leaving time corporal and his wen gap hog III the road the party Slowed away Time last thing Hatigun heard was a hoarse laugh from one of thin Confeder ate which was rebuked by Miss Haggs and reprimanded by tho olllcer- Ilia corporal led hili party northward in no good humor At time picket pot ho luft the men ho had taken with him and role on alono meditatively In pass She throe hlmn kits Inn a part of the road where there wax no ouu to hear ho reined iu his horse and exclaimed alo- ud1n It I I believe tho witch to car tying iulportant inform atimm horrorItery For more than on hour hu attended a rude couutry girl who when under the protection of Confetlerate of dears bloomed into a handitomu worn niL Ho was ax much chagrined at Ids own stupidity an hu wa+ bewildered by time cunning of Miss linggs Entering thu camp hu slunk away to outcomejbefore lulL Then ho only said Their pickets are three miles down the road beyond ours An yu lihuro- Ui am Oi luft time young lalJyOI mean the couuthry gurrel among em Aud tho vixen Mow mo a kiss at partin Ah Hatu yero a sly dog Oiin ihuro ye did your work well Major ruplietl time corporal deft yu bullevo it All time dlvlls in hell if they lo men are no match for a wom an And If thuy be women Rata Thou God save em both j CHAPTER ilL A DEVOTED CONKKDKIUTK- On tho morning of thu general ad vance of thu Army of time Cumberland a drizzling rasa set iu which lasted at intervals during thu whole campaign Day after daytime wan tramped through thu mlro often to lie down ut night with no moans of lifting themselves out of pools except by cutting the wet branches from the trees and on these making a lout In drenched clothes The artillery soon cut up tho roads so that tho guns sank to tho hubs of tho wheels towllnlIof the Cumberland plateau where Miss Betsy llaggs and time others were pass lug between thu lines The Unionists wore moving ujwn gaps in tho foothills hold by time Confederate and noo essary to tho latter to prevent their CliO odes gutting on their right and thus comKdling them to leave their fortifica tions at Tullahoma aud light OU open ground It was the day that tho Union men attacked these gaps that Miss Baggy passed under Confederate protection and the faiTuor amid tho two young poo plo with him wuro also pursuing their route south Fortunately for him tho farmer being ou time thank ot tho two armies was not forced to pass over roads cut up by either After Major Ourko had administered tho oath riot to divulge anything they had soon con cerning tho Union forces to the fanner and tho young girl iu tho wagon with him ho considered tho lay too young to treat in the name way tho party were suffered to depart raid proceeded down time road Jake said the farmer slapping time horses backs with tho ruins what how you 1arnod at skulo- Larned how tyr play hop scotch and shinny I dont mean thot klud I mean real rarnlnJakoy was at a great disadvantage pa remarked the girl on the rear Beat because ho was obliged to go III classes with little bits of boys You remember ho didnt know his letters whou he wont to school No more did you said tho father Oh yes I did 1 began to study them a mouth before I went away anti I taught Jukoy so thut hu know some thing about thom too when ho got there Air they dolu much talkiu bout time war up noth Well it isnt at all like it is down hyar 110 southerner will ever change tho pronunciation of this word They take lots of interest in It amid all that but laws its 011 thluU to got up iu time morning and road time papers bout bat ties and such things and another to have soldiers running all over you specially taking time garden truck and tho horses outeu thu baruIwoau out of tho barn Teacher she had the hardest workto I d break mo from Raying outen for out of It seems she hasnt quite demo it yet Shu spoke thu last words with a sigh Lardy Souri y talk like a flue lady compared ith what y did aforo y went noth Jake would y like ter drive em Reckon Tho father handed tho reins to his son who considering that ho had not driven a hunts for a year bundled them with considerable skill How did you leave ma asked tho daughter Waal yr Inaw sow war n hemp lone some thout y uus and shus boon a worritin fo fear yd git sick up tha- rIlth no ouu ter tend ter y but sunco time to yr comln hum hex drawed shus puckered up pretty Time loam of n gun came IlcartIfur down on time lower level cannonading ward by Corporal Katigan null hue charge began Taking up thn whip time countryman gave his horses a cut I want ter make hum aforo Boinepn lluppehs ThnrlI golll ter be II big fight bout Tullyhoomy Thars forts all round thu place and big guns on em j The horses trotted ou briskly for a short distance when looking ahead the farmer could sec tho picket jxwt Ho got his pass ready and when they reach ed tho post an officer camu out to ox i amine it Is your nanio Ezekiel Slack ho asked of tho farmer Lake Slack yeas thets my name And yours to tho girl raising his forage cap admiringly Missouri Slack Time other name on tho pass refers to tho boy I suppose You havu a name sonny lavont you he asked absently thoughlitintended to show somo facetiousness bo fore the pretty girl Hev I got har Oh Jakey said Ids sister dont tan back into that habit of asking quo lions instead of answering then You know how hard they tried to break you of it nt KcliooL And way Lair not harI got a saute said Jake Do reckon a boy UN gain tur git ou ithout a nameWell what is SU asked thu olllcor smiling Juke Juke what Slack answered the farmer Timeso two oils is my children They bun ttir xkulu up in Ohio They got lots o 1arnin Heckon theyll down tho old man Union or Confederate sympathies Union All right Go ahead Leaving time picket they came to an opening in the country which enabled them to gut a view of mho region lying to time wust rime farmer though de sirous of getting ou could Slot resist a temptation to ruin III his horses mod watch the lighting or time distant uvi denresof it that worming going on at Hoovers Gap Volleys of musketry were mingled with the deeper tones of cannon Then the firing ceased for awhile when the booms began again continued und rapid A whito smoke rose ubovu a ridge on which Confederate camions weru shelling time advancing Union troops on thu ground below Souri Slack thought of time lives that were passing from under that smoke and covered her taco with her hands When thu sounds ceased Farmer Slack drovu ou and soon reached the Confederate picket Tile party wore sent III charge of u trooper to the headquar tore of an otllcer commanding a body of cavalry on thu Confederate extreme left Ills headquarters were III a house beside the road It had once been in the cuter of a neat country place The fences time outhouses time walks limb all been in excellent condition prior to the first passage of troops Now of tho fences there was an occasional upright post left the walks were overgrown with weeds and grass time outhouses hall nearly all been torn down The place was u picture of desolation Neverthe less the general who temporarily resided there was making himself very comfort able Tho wagon drew up before tho house and tho conducting trooper sent in word to the general that a party who hind come in from time Union lines ver waiting outside desiring permission to go on couth An order cauio to send tho party all inside The three travelers entered tho house to find a tall man with an iron gray beard reclining in a rocking chair with as much apparent unconcern as if war worn simply a pastime You have just couio from time CliO mys lines I hoar ho said to tho farmer Vans sir What forco did you see in tho region through which you passed Tho farmer explained that bo could not answer time question inasmuch an hu lad been permitted to pays after tak lug an oath not to give any information Hui You are quite right not to ausvfer under tho circumstances ob served tow general Did your daugh ter take thu same oath Yiuxs general said Sour Surely they didnt administer an oath to a boy of your ago ho said turning to Jakoy Beckon th thought I war too little to swar said Jakoy Ho thrust his hands in his pockets a sure sign thut ho was steadying himself for a conflict of wits and words Hut tho general was not acquainted with the peculiar char acteristics of Jakey Slack and prepared to question him as unconcernedly as ho would pump water from a well What route did you conic ho ask ed of tho farmer I met the children at Gallotin re plied Slack I tiny om from thar through Lebanon and Liberty Soiiuy II said time general turning to Jukey did you pass any troops or the way LoU I Infantry Whats thet Soldiers who walk and carry guns Didnt see none b them kind Did you see any artillery Dont know what them uns air Men with great big guns canuou It No sir Didnt see no tillery Then what you saw mnst have been cavalryDidnt see none o them aims nuth er Tho general looked surprised Thou what did you see Thats all tho arms of tho service I over heard of and I am an old soldier Critter companies Oh I sect exclaimed the general remembering the mountain Tennessee alls name for cavalry How many sol diem belonging to tho critter compa nice as you call them did you sou Waal I counted 20u thetas fur as I got at countln in skulu Souri was about to remind her broth or that he had proved himself one of tho best lays iu tho school at mental arithmetic but desisted Hml rime general thought a ray went and boat a reveille with his flu guts on the arm of his chair What were they doing within the Federal line just before you left the outposts Waal I only noticed one man n bo war doin comopn very partickuler What was it Ho war lookin at the sky through a lInt round thing what looked Hku u big squashed apple Not a fluldgloM was It No sir Heckon twasnt theta thu man of high rank Hockon ho war He had stripes on his arm Tut tut ho wore chevrons He was only a noncommissioned ofllcer Cant you describe wore nearly tho object through which bu was looking Waal I think I beam somouu call it a Cllllcall Not n canteen Yes thets It Tho general looked sharply at the boy who looked stolidly stupid lie determined to try another route through which to lead Jakeys infantile mind Weru tho troops you saw iu camp or on time mrvrcli or in bivouac Dont know what thet ar lost air but time trees n brush war KO thick T conldii see plain Cant you tell mo if you saw any infantry Soldiers who walk and carry guns you know I never looks at them kind o so coutemptuoUB1I critters backs That will do said the general Thou turning to a staff ofllcer near him hu liuid Captain you may pass these people south and added in an undertone Ride over to division headquarters old say that nothing has yet been obtained of thu enemys movements iu this vicin ity by questioning citizens Only one party has come througha farmer ith his son and daughter The farmer meld his daughter took an oath not to give nay information concerning the dispositions of time enemy and tho boy is profoundly stupid There way u sound of hoofs without mingled with the rattle of wheels Looking through an open window an ofllcer was seen to dismount mind hand u woman from a mud covered paint rubbed buggy AH recognized Miss Elizabeth Uuggs The general arose from his chair and went out to meet her at tho front door From there he conducted her into a room whore they could confer together alone What luck- I struck their wires within their lines midway between Murfreesboro and MacMinnvillo at midnight und no one was near I threw my wire over time hue and made my connections with my instrument I waited till nearly day light before any messages of impor tance came along though dispatches were passing all the while At last ono came in cipher I took it down but a+ we havent tho I key fear it will avail us nothing i Let me see it said the general Miss + handed him a piece of paper oar which was written JImmiKCHiioito Trim June 28 lice Volunteer Qurfluld with circling between you iiokiulon turn an IM cob Bumble nt to get lint pwulbla by move Benjamin puny chief ra around that put of the hour ready hiiielu to notice enemy Tullahoma your point the by of polllwotf of plateau Niggard If dmlra and hope forward to halve morn we right I command and mountain order staff The general read the dispatch over carefully and then looking up at Miiu UaggH remarked Hulked Cant it bo interpreted general- I fear not without tho key It is doubtless an important dispatch and I shall soul it at once to general Lend quarters If they can decipher it they are welcome to do so I dont care to try It Culling au aiddocamp tbo general bade him carry tho message to the army telegraph station a short distance to time rear and repeat It to General Bragg General said Miss Haggs in an undertone if you will let me have the original or a copy I will try to decipher it I may find a clew that will aid me hereafter though I fear it will be too late to take advantage of information contained in this one Certainly Lieutenant returu the dispatch I have given you to this lady after It has beet repeated The ofllcer departed Time general turned again to Miss Baggs with a se rious look Doyou know that you are engaged in a very hazardous service PerfectlyAnd It understand the penalty if caught Death I suppose Theres no telling whether it would be death or a long Imprisonment in the case of a woman A wan would hong Miss Baggs countenance changed from an expression of Indifference to one of the flashes of Ute superhuman t attributes that lurk within the human soul Am I to make anything of my life when thousands of the souths defend firs are giving theirs every day Have I not seen our homes laid desolate have I not seen lilY brothers my friends those I have loved those I havo played with as children omit down by either bullet or disease For months I have devoted myself to the care of tho sick in tho hospitals There I learned to dread a long continuance of this struggle There conceived tho Idea of do ing something to win success for our armies by giving them an advantage nut possessed by tho enemy I consulted one high in rank How can I give my life to tho best advantage I asked In time secret service Point time way Do you know anything of telegraphy No but I cart learn Go and study n mouth and thou come to mo For a mouth studied night aud day I learned to read words from tho clicking of time keys us readily as I can read letters I returned to my adviser You know tho rest TO1 CONTiNUE- D1Necessary Expenses for Twelve Weeks School Iemoni who board themselves can upend ai much or little u they eon living expense It pays to hue a little extra money ton lect lire book and other things But the nemwry tIl eliNJolre only M follow To par the ant dar I HOWARD HALL School Expen Living Xxpen LIDIU HALl Incidental Fee 1150 14 W Hospital Fee 25 25 lloob etc about 200 200 General Deposit tOOt 00 Kurnlkhed Room fuel H 25 5 21 Flat Months Board 5 OU ft 00 J7 00 18 00 To pay during the term 1 SO Beginning 2d Mo Board S 00 5 00 Beginning Sd Mo Board S 00 5 110 28M 2SOO Ocnl Deposit returned 100 1 ou Total Kxpcnae la Week 37 SO 27 OO For those below A Grammar deduct the W fo- rbooksand1 from Incidental fee making the total only am So When lour girls room together each eaves 12 or more on room and fuel making the total only S32no If clawed below A Grammar Itoom and fuel rat one dollar more In the Winter tern Two rooms for housekeeping with stores etc can usually be rented for from SI to 10 a term The price of able calf a little tanbark or a few homespun bed covera will etven term of school which will change ones whole life for the better I A Weak Stomach IndlgMtlon IB often caused by over eating An eminent authority says the barm done thus exceeds that tram the excessive use of alcohol Eat all the good food you want but dont over load the stomach A weak stomach t may refuse to digest what you eat Then you need a good digestant like j Kodol which digests your rood with out the stomachs aid This rest and the wholesome tonka Eodol contains loon restore health Dieting unneces Kodol relieves the feel iwhichAbsolutely cures Indigestion Kefel Natures Tonic byLODWrrrOOOblcagstTAe1Lboatscoalalasl4fI1 Jumped bin a Ten Penny Xnll Tho little daughter of Mr J N Powell jumped on an invertedrake mado of ten penny nails and thrustIone nail entirely through her foot nnd t a second one half through Cham berlains Pain Balm was promptly ap pliedand five minutes laUr the pain i had disappeared and no more suffer ing was experienced In three days I time child was wearing her shoo as usual and with absolutely no discom fort Mr Powell is a well known merchant of Forkland Va Pain Balm is an antiseptic and heals such injuries without maturation and onethird the time required by inIusual treatment For sale by E WELCH J- aThree Yearsiin Richmond And out of all the sets of teeth that have been made at my office if there is one sot or sets that show any defects I anT make anew set free We are making the best set of teeth in the world for 750 and if delecta show in lye years we give you a new set free This applies to all the teeth I have made or am going to make the boat alloy fills in the world at 7G cents DR HQBSON Dentist Permanently located in the Hobsor Building next door to Gov ornment Building Richmond Kentucky Reference Richmond National Bank Special Price to Students Cut this out and tako it to S E Welch Jrs drugstore and get a free sample of Chamberlains Stomach and liver Tablets tho best physic They cleanse and invigorate time stom ach improve the appetito and regu late tho bowels Regular size 25o per box 1 rZv r 4fTHECITIZEN IDEAS God lives to serve Jesus came uot to be ministered to but to minister Man serves God once in awhile but God serves man all the time God lays on tho shoulders a hur f den which grows heavier as the back grows stronger God was lonesome until ho had created someone whom ho could servo DK BARTONS Borea sermon Oct HI TAKE NOTICE Opening exorcises of winter term in the Tabernacle Wednesday Dec 10th at S a m A line program of student exercises at the closing exhibition of tho Col lege Wednesday night next 1Thanksgiving exercises in tha Tabernacle today Thursday at r 1030 Short addresses by Prof Jones Dr Burgess and Prof Dodge Good music FROM THE WIDE WORLD Tho King of Belgium has been fir ed at by an anarchist but escaped injuryGodfrey Hunter Jr son of tho U S Minister to Guatemala shot and killed Win Fitzgerald of Mich at Guatemala City Porfirio Diaz the grand old man of Mexico for a quarter of a century resident now nearly SO years old willvoluntarily retire on Jan est and be succeeded by the present Fi nance Minister Limantour Edwin P Osgood 26 years of ago graduating from the Mass Institute of Technology in 1897 became in litOl Electrial and Sanitary Engineer to the mug of Siam Already Bang kaka city of a million people is becoming healthy and the whole empire is likely to feel his influence IN OUR OWN COUNTRY President Roosevelt has been bear hunting in Miss but was unlucky enough not to get a chance for a shotThe anthracite coal region the seat of the late great strike if reduced to a compact form would not be more than 22x21 miles On Dec 9th the lawyers of U S will give a great dinner at Washing ton when Justice Harlan completes 2fi years on the Supreme bench On the 17th inst many places in Utah had earthquakes there being nine shocks within an hour In some towns all chimneys were thrown downFrom lack of locomotives there is a great delay of freight traffic at Pittsburg about 150000 cars hay ing accumulated on the Penn R R alone Roosevelt shows his dis JPresident Southern Republicans excluding colored delegates from conventions by nominating Dr Crum colored coljector at Charleston Hon Joseph G Cannon of 111 the man longest a member of the U S House of Representatives seems certain to be the next speaker Others mentioned were Payne and Sherman of N Y Dalzell of Pa Littlefield oft Me Burton of Dand Babcock of Wis t At Bedford Ill after the hands wereIproperty Several were wounded in the attempt of the marshals posse to restore order- COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Five giant skeletons were found a few feet below the surface while ex cavating for a sewer in Petersburg KyPension Agent Leslie Combs has resigned and is likely to be appoint ed Minister to Guatemala to succeed Dr W Godfrey Hunter Uncle Pleas Warf said to have been born the day of Cornwallis surrender and therefore 121 years old was baptized near Paducah on the 20th inst Near Caney a fight between the Frisbee and Mans factions began at a graveyard as Bob Frisbees child was being buried One was fatally and two or three considerably wound edBreathitt county afiairs are in a fearful condition Jas B Marcum Etq gives out a three column inter- viewf saying that over 30 men have boon killed within the last ten months and that the authorities protect the murderers N N N 1N1NN1 N NN N1NI rLOCAL AND PERSONAL f Tills is TiUNKsruvixo PAY Fresh Bread at Prestons on Main streetBEST BREAD at Bicknoll r EarlysLittle Mark Hawkins is recovering from a severe illness Mrs Tilford Wilmore lately ill with malaria is recovering This column is worth many times the coat of the paper Fresh Graham and Now Corn Meal every Saturday at J C Sharps Fresh Fish and Oysters every Fri day at Prestons on Main street Leonard son of FretlBallard is re covering from the typhoid fever Basket ballthat is tho reason A E SufTeru goes around on crutches Two or three cases of illness among students have been in the hospital and all are doing well The football game on Lincoln Field Saturday last showed a score of G to 0 in favor of Georgetown G W Camp has finished his school at Mt Vernon and is in Berea ready for the winter Mrs E L Hanson who fell on the stairs at home and severely sprained her ankle is improving Mrs Matilda Gentrys school in the Glade will have its closing exor vises next Saturday night The many friends of Carl Hunt and John L Atkesou are glad to see thrum hack in Heron again Mr Ito our Japanese friend loft Monday for New York to engage in business with his father Mrs John Rice has moved to the P M Reynolds house on Depot St and is preparing to take boarders Berea College has more than the usualspace in this issue and every line is worth a careful reading We are glad to hear of Mr Joshua Creushaw Berea College 91 at hue tonvillp Ky and active in good work Prof Jones claims that his beet beats Prof Dodges weighing 10 Ib P S He has uot given it to tho ed itorThe postotlico will bo open today from 7 a m to S a m from 10J50 n m to 2JJO p tu and front F p m to G p m Born to Prof and Mrs Theodore Pasco on Friday Nov 2111 son TilE CITIZEN extends best wishes to young professorMrs Kedziu Jones is suspending her Indiana field work long enough to spend Thanksgiving time at home At the Democratic primary Satur day Roy C White of Richmond was nominated for clerk of the circuit courtJ W Hoskins Center street tad R E Preston Broadway dealers in real estate can supply home seekers on short notice Good news about Raymond Os borne at Yale to the effect that his Greek professor calls him the best student in a large class Our excellent fellowcitizen Lewis 0 Gabbard is being confined to his home for many weary months with a severe case of bronchitis You might read many entire papers and find less news ofImportance than yon see boiled down in the one gener al news column of Tim CITIZEN Ivan Porter the little son of W H Porter cashier of Berea Bank fell on a stool rake receiving a painful wound from a tooth piercing his knee Study the description of the Indus trial building on first page until the plan of the entire magnificent plant stands out clearly in your mind Jo S Jopliu of Richmond has tho largest and best selected stock for Fur niture of all kinds to be found in many a mile His prices are very low and he guarantees the quality The three Embree brothers Win Howard and Edwin go from Yale to Windsor Conn on Thanksgiving day to take dinner with Dr and Mrs J A R Rogers By a misprint it was stated last week that Miss Hayes died lately ut St Louis Mo It was Miss Caroline W Haynes music teacher hero over 20 years ago It is to be hoped that the atitring song Columbia the Gem of the Ocean found elsewhere in this issue will be sung in many scores of schools Lookout for the next one It was a groat joy to our people to hoar sermons on Monday and Tuesday nights by Rev J 0 Buswell who conducted revival meetings here last year Six quart tin pail 10 cents Three cakes tar soap fi II Fourouncessmellingsalts All first quality goods at Time TEN CENT STORE next door to postotlice Richmond Ky An unusual number ol young peo plo are planning to come to Berea next term mid for tho present the College sots apart two stories of tho now Industrial bi ildiug for their ac commodationAll anti all coming to Berea as students should plan to attend the fine Lyceum Course which Professor Dodge is furnishing so much cheaper than such advantages are had in most placesJ Fays funeral was held at Mrs E L Hansons on Friday last Revs C A Van Winkle H J Der thick giving short talks and Dr Bur Boss and Treasurer Osborue leading tho devotionalexercises Colonel Baker while unloading clone at the new Industrial building last Friday morning received com pound fracture of tho right ankle through a large stone falling upon him Dr L A Davis reports tutu as doing nicely Prof I1 Todd C A Van Winkle Win N Hansou Cay Hau oi and Anna F Hanson accompanied Mrs Anna Fay to Cincinnati Satur day lust where she interred the re mains of tier sou Carl beside those of his father in Spring Grove cemetery Mrs Julia S Hunting anti laughter Helen have arranged to spend tho current year with Mrs and Miss Southworth at Springfield Mass Last Saturday Helen visited tier brother at Now Haven and saw the great football game between Yale anti Harvard Kohl Pasco played in the band HELP VATEDF F anti G C Hall former Boron students now op erate a Mail Order Business the only one of the kind in the U S For free price list nod information ad dress C F hell Co 105107 W Adams street Chicago Aor Berea references given if desired Ladies Fleece Lined underwear extra quality Vests 25 cents Union suits W cents liens Heavy Fleece Underwear 90 cents n suit- Mens Work Shirts tho M cent kind for 15 cents Linen mind Turkish Towels from fi cents up to 50 emits pair General Hani warn Cutlery Table ware etc very low at time RACKET STOKE Main St Richmond Ky CORRESPONDENCE 1 I Our correspondents and readers thinking of coming to Heron for the winter are reminded that a careful canvass of tho town has boon made to provide for rooms and boarding places This with the part of the Industrial building to bo used to house students for time present will keep pace with tilt increased number of students MADISON COUNTY BRASSFIELD Uncle Edloy Dalton who is in a feeble condition is preparing to break up housekeeping and go to live with one of his sons Harry Duncan who recently underwent uu operation is not improving fastMrs Fannie Phelps is slowly improving from a paraletic strokeAunt E Smith probably time oldest woman in this part of the county is very ill at her homo near Meadow Brook The Nomination Committee of the Colored Baptist church mot last night und nominated Rev D C Francis for pastor the coming yearThe colored school at this place will close Friday Nov 28 Public exercises in the evening at 730 p in Everybody cordi ally invited to attend WALLACETON Mrs Rachel Duck of Shelby City who it will be remembered visited her brother David McCollitm and family this summer has commie back to spend the winter with him Nannie and Mury Gabbard entertained number of friends Wednesday evening at their home Jessie Anderson and family were tho guests of David McCollum last week Rev It R Noel will preach at the Baptist church at this place on Friday night Dec 5Farm ers here are busy gathering corn Miss Ettio Rutherford entertained a number of friends at her home on Friday evening Nov 21 GARRARD COUNTY CART ERSYILLE Time rain washed away allnews items last weekTlmo sportsman is abroad in the laud Groat numbers of rabbit and q nail are being slaugh terod dailyRov Mr Terrill filled his regular appointment at time M E j church Sunday morning and evening Tho inclement weather prevented his being with us Saturday night The sunshine brought out large congre gation SundayOur vicinity boasted or rather bewailed two runaways last week Not brutal hilt bridle In tho first Jim Green was thrown from n load of fodder and the wagoii over turned from tho bridge in front of Mr Carters store No serious damage In the second Granvillo Clark was thrown from a load of lumber anil in jured painfully alx ut the headMrs Mary L Anderson is visiting our neighborhoodMr and Mrs Alfred Keltou of Mugolhu couuty visited time hitters sister Mrs J O Napier last week1Vut Hammack is tho proud father of a ninepound daughter since Thursday Win Bailey of Clay Co visited J C Napier last wooklt is said that a protracted meting will begin at the M E church next Sunday and will commence at tho Chris tian church tho second Sunday in December Misses Parrio and MogII gie Clark entertained a numl friends Friday evening JACKSON COUNTY KERBY KNOB Thomas lays and family have moved to Boroa Frank Crowley has purchased Sherman Bakers faro and Mr Baker expects shortly to go to Indiana Lafayette Williams folks are occupying their new posses sions purchased of Dr Daugherty Jos Fowler aid family of IIInra visiting Mr and Mm Daugherty this week Little Albert Kirby WI severe ly bitten by a dog SUllllayB B Hatfield is still quito sickJoseph- hays is still quite sick MASON COUNTY MAYSVILLE- Little George Washington son of Mrs Eliza Washington is critically ill at their home on E Fourth St Mrs Angio Hancock Miss Bonnie Strawder and Herman Long spent Sunday iu Washington Misses Lutio and Annie Hopper continue attheirhotneon E Third StMrs Mary E Jackson is quite sick at her homo on W Fourth St Tho mom hers of tho Bethel Baptist church or ganized Young Peoples Union Sun day afternoon Prof C G Harris spent Sunday in Cincinnati Punuc SCHOOL Kxmnmoss will soon IHJ in order and no ono thing- eotlrihute4ttuore to the success mind enjoyment of such occasions titan good music so Tin CITIZEN linn de cided to publish in this department for the i ext few weeks a series of first class songH set to music so that the teachers shall hart at hand some stir ring pieces to loach their scholars It is earnestly hoped that this stop will moot with tho hearty indorsement of every public school teacher who reads Tim CITIZEN LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAILROADT- ime Table In Effect Nov 16 1902 tluliiK North Trnln many Leave Beiea 1121 am Arrive Richmond 8 K2 a in Arrive Paris imO5 a in Arrive Cincinnati 7 10 a in doing North Train rally Leave Bores11111 a m Arrive Riclunondf2 Ha m Arrive Paris 315 p in Arrive Cincinnati tj 00 p m tJoliiB South Trnln I Dally Leave Berea122 p m Arrive Livmgstun2 18 p m tAi South Tr U n Dally Leave Borea 1L 10 p m Arrive Livingston1210 a m Trains No I and No B make con nection at Livingston for Jollico nut tho South with No 21 and No 27 J W Stephens Ticket Agent REPAIR THAT LOOM Berea College has secured marke- for homespun and homewoven goods such as bed coverlids liuou dress linsey jeans blankets etc at follow tug prices Coverlids 1 4 to W Linen 10 to cents a yard Dress Linsey BO roI n yard Jeans JO cents n yard Blankets natural brown wool or bar pairWhite and white blankets are not in demand only ou orders Coverlids must bet yards 72 inches 24 yards IK inches long 4ii dyes used must be old fashioned- homenmdo dyes Any woman who wants to soil cover lids or homespun to Borea Colleg- should find out what tho College wants before beginning to weave or spin Foriinformation apply in per son or by letter to Mrs Hettie W Graham Bores Ky Ifree oltl GamesIn Lion Coffee from now until Christmas will amusingIOct llon Coffee and a Free Game at Your Gro- cersCouqhs 6 My wile had adeepseated cough for three years I purchased two bottles of Ayers Cherry Pectoral large size and it cured 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