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REV JOHN DO DWELL Editor and Publisher Kntercit at tin Pot opkv at Bern Ay ttcotut etau maU matter I VOL IV A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY 2 1902 Fifty cents year NO 27 I w A NEW YEARS BELLS In many platen a eliutcli ball Is runs tolllnc durltiK the lout innmrnlt of the uld year and ringing Joyonily inlilnlnlit when the new year littcllll I II you do not understand tlino vrnc at tint read them over and over till you tee how beauti ful and xrtini they aN They help ui rciillio that the world Is growing better at the rem by lung out wlhlloclb to the wild sky The flying aloud the IroMy light The year s dying In the night King out will MU and let him die King out the old rliiR In the new Ring happy Mil acnxw thu snow The year going let him go King out the falic ring In the true ItinK out the grief that upa the mlDil fur tlioo tlwt hero we ncc no mure lung out the fetid of rich and poor lllnc In redrew to all mankind IUNII nut 1 wlydylug Canso And nrenl tons ol party Mrlfe lung In the mtWer modes of life Wllli tweeter inftmiert purer ftuiI- llng reel the want the rare the HiI e foUhtaM iohlllM uf the II men ItlHg tart rim eat flay mournful rh met lIt ring lib tapir mlnli in rnrt tali pule Is idere anlIdawL rtei4aitiUr Mini the qgh In Ihr love of IrHlh and right in the saommeu love 011 nut M IMIM ill tout dltraar out the narrowing liul of gold iliAC ant the ItoHiund wars of old lllHf In tier ttmuund yM of lent lllHff In the valiant roan and free The larger heart the khnlller hand lung mil trie ilarkneM of the laud lung In the fhrM that tot A NEWSPAPER AS AN EDUCATOR Notice two families side by Hide ono taking n good fiiinilj nmvNpii or nml the other tint anti in nino rase out of left you eon KH at once the Ixiicdt which tho newspaper linn brought TilE CITIZEN in n teacher whose school runs tho year around TUB CITIZEN Sundayschool teacher who never inlsuwi n Sunday Tile CITIZEN gives the young folks good things to thinkabout Tilt CITIZEN helps tho old mall ulnko more off of his land THE CITIZEN makes hoinn brighter cheers time nick brings news from all tho world and pays for itself every week Do not begin tho now year without miljMcriblng for Tilt CITIZEN NEW YEARS RESOLUTIONS Dont let Now Years tiny peas with out doing some thinking What faults do you want to lx rid of I What virtues do you want to gain f Ask the Lonl to help voti tnnko wise resolutions nod keep them Bona in tho placo to find good company though you can bring end company to Huron or mitko it after you get hero- WARNING OUR PEOPLE AGAINST THE MORMONS The most dangerous false religion which has arisen in mho world Muco tho tithes of Mohammed that of tho Mormons who call themselves litho Latter Day Saints of Ilah who fol low tho polygamous teachings of Joseph Smith Tho Mormon leaders laws deceived their followers disap minted thousands of simplo mindel pooplo who runted in thorn and litnl to tho Governed Somo of their missionaries or elders aro now at work in eastern Kentucky Full in formation exposing thorn will bo sent to any Larson who will south his ad dross in a letter or on a postal card directed to Tut CITIZEN Boron Ky PUBLIC SCHOOLS MUST BEGIN EARLIER Now is tho thorn to lako notice All publio schools have boon in bad shape through tho last of November and De cember children Cow uncomfortable and discouraged TLo euro is to begin tho first week in July Parents and trustees aro dil atory but lot us all note and rotnom her a fchool always does hotter in than in the tumid IN BEREA Wonderful pains are taken to make Christmas goodtjay fortho students Miss Clara E Nourso helped by ninny friends is providing a thousand t CltrMmaa gifts to bo hung on throo trees dolls books mittens tools pictures and bushels of oranges and candy Oh my l FIFTY CENTS A YEAR THE CITIZENA MERRY TALL FROM BEREA COLLEGE The Citizen BEREAS FRIENDS Tho standing of Borea College is seen by noticing who mire its friends Wo know of no institution which can show moro distinguished supporters Wo might begin with tho Icon tuckians who supported Korea before tho war like Cassius 11 Clay and John 0 Fee Wo might mention now President Roosevelt who has written loiters and made addresses for Boron and Miss llolen M Gould who camo nil tho MRS K r ItTNA- II MRS ElZA II YiKI Many peoplo will remember Mrs Yoctiin as a visitor and conductor of teachers institutes in various purls of Eastern Kentucky UEPRES L LESTHn HILL sure rend Mrs artiolo tho homo column this number CIT tlE WILL t QAMIILE See Gamble was formerly innecled the Moody Initltiile In Chicago and a member ol the famoim quartette of tinkers which NUll at Mr 1latdya tmeliiiK In the great cltlei of our country Mr Clarable of the letter writing for Uu Coltegnand one whom new iludenti feel acquainted before tlu yarrive PROP S MASON THE BEREA TEACHERS Hero aro a of the familiar faces that our old students love It is so arranged that every studont comes to know several teachers and thero are oVor forty this winter besides tho President Treasurer and Secretary And they are your friends WHY COME TO BEREA7 Because there is groat movement for improving things in Eastern Ken tucky and Boron is the center of it way from Now York to visit us Dud tho daughter of Americas favorite poet Longfellow who sont a gift last week Tho students of Berea have a right to bo proud that such peoplo take an interest in them and in their progress Borca belongs to tho people to all who come to share its aud- Is managed bv hoard of trustees each ono of whom is distinguished in ono way or another lion Curtis P Btiruam of Rich r ii JONES Mas JBVNIE Bo to Hills in of of Tux IZEN with does most Is with all a n If you you you of in in the of you see in any is of you in are bo is well the one of the and ono of tho and in the Mr W R of is as man as his is in the in for Mr W F 0 as of the PRES WM FROST TRrAS OSLO11NE IRtsI sour LADIES HALL come to Boron will becoming to headquarters Hero will moot a largo number tho best teachers tho country and hero course a year will moro distinguished people than could other placo There a great rush improvement coming and want to Como to Boroa becauso here many students that they classified properly and each student put whorohocan make most rapid progress mood Ky known State ablest lawyers and legislators most talented educated public spirited Cotfitnonwealth Belknap Louisville groat a business Ken tucky holds hardware known every State In Union and eign countries Wolworth of Cleveland widely known treasurer great Cllautauqua Assembly HALL Como because Forestry Nursing Carpentry Stockraising Surveying Fruitgrowing Dressmaking Music and many other subjects are taught here which you cannot got elsewhere Como because here you will meet tho best young peoplo from all the counties and from tho States It lifelong benefit anti pleasure to have time acquaintance of many young peoplo of the kind that come to Boron Como because Boreas standard fWfJ f YJIKC tr t i l t jL4 f 1 f An Independent Weekly Devoted to the Interests of THE HOME FARM SCHOOL 60 CENTS A YEAR THURSDAY DECEMBER i a CHRISTMAS I IWIlIf ri n fCHRISTMAS a C advantages throughout i T J a Dr J A R Rogers was the first principal of tho school and still lives full of years and honors in his native State of Connecticut Mr J Cleveland Cady of Now York ono of the first Architects in America engaged in many public enterprises and recently prominent as President of tho Federation of ChurchesRev Wm Barton graduate of Beroa in 1885 pastor of one of Chi cagos strongest suburban churches INSTBI Ton M1AS KENO SOME dE HR I OF orn hors bo it so can as is HOWARD I is so is Ji is E is high Do you know that young peoplo who are far from being ready to graduate from Bereas shortest course aro counted good enough to be professors in other institutions that are called colleges Como because it is almost cheaper than staying at home and will in crease your earning power for life Como because the teachers and students are friendly and you will HOOU feel that this is liko a second home David B Gamble of Cincinnati is ono of the foremost financiors of that city and noted for his interest in all philanthropic causes andauthor of many books and treat isesThese are a few of tho people who ore interested in Berea College and its students STUDENTS ROOMS It is good to tea tho young men getting into their rooms in tho new brick building 16 feet square with strong clean iron bedsteads painted whitt new bedding table book shelves lamp There will be good study and good times in those rooms And the girls rooms in Gilbert Cottage and Ladies Hall are oven brighter and better GOOD HEALTH IN BEREA Berea is the most healthful spot we know in Kentucky And this school takes the best care of its students It does ono good to see the clean comfortable little hospital and the kindly nurse ready to holp a cut a burn or a cold Most of the time the hospital is without patientsonly- one now APPLIED SCIENCE This is the name of the new short conrselike the normal but better and more practical for those who do not expect to bo teachers all their lives It includes bookkeeping history civil government and the special studies that fit the boys for scientific farming stockraising and forestry and the girls for managing a house hold APPRENTICE COURSES Every young man or young woman wants to be able to earn money If you are to earn much you must have skill The apprentice courses teach boys to do carpenters work printers work make brick etc while they give hill their time to other studies So for the girls One who earns half a dollar a week learns to earn three dollars a week in a short time REPAIR THAT LOOM Berea College has secured market for homespun and homewoven goods such as bed coverlids linen dress linsoy jeans blankets etc at follow ing prices Coverlids 4 to t6 Linen 40 to CO cents a yard Dress Linsey 60 cents yardBlankets pairWhite and white blankets are not in demand only on orders- Coverlids must be 2 yard72 inches- wide and 2J yards 90 inches long All dyes used must be old fashioned homemade dyes Any woman who wants to sellcover lids or homespun to Beroa College should find out what tvjg College wants before beginning toyeave or spin For information appln per son or by letter to Mrs Hettie W Graham Baron Ky Necessary Expenses for Twelve Weeks School Persons who board themselves can spend much or little aa they choose on living expenses It pays to have n little extra mousy foralcct urea books and other things But the ncccsary expense are only u follows To pay the first day LADIIII IIAU lULL School Incidental Fee 8160 4W- Ex 4 1I0t1plt l Fee 25 21 pciuca Books etc about 200 00 General Deposit 100 l 00 Furnished loom fuel 4 25 ZSiFiat Mouth Board 6 00 6 Living i7 OO- p To the term ALaunjryBeginning 2d Mo Board 6 00 5 00 Beginning 3d Mo Board 5 00 5 00 28M 2800- Gcnl Deposit returned 100 100 Total Expense 19 Weeks 37 80 87 00 For those below A Grammar deduct the fI for books and II from Incidental fee making the total only 821 Bo When tour girls room together each saves ft or t more on room and fuel making the total only t 82350 If classed below A Grammar i Iloom and fuel cost one dollar more tn the Winter term Two rooms for hounekccplng with stove etc can usually be rented for from flto J6 a term The price of n big Celt ft little tanbark or n few homeapnn bedcovers will give a term of school which will change ones whole life for the betterl The Citizen FIFTY CENTS A YEAR t q THE CITIZEN a I Coughed coughlort of sleep and I grew thin I then tried Ayers CherrYPectoral and was quickly R N Mann Fall Mills Tenn Sixty years of cures and such testimony the above have taught us what Ayers Cherry Pectoral will do We know its the great est cough remedy everr made And you willsay so too after you try it Theres cure inevery drop ordinaryfforahrooloeaeaandtnkeepoabandi Saved at Irnren Itrlak 11 know I would long ago have been in my grave writes Mrs S B Jsewsom of Decatur Ala if it had not been for Electric Bitters For throe years I suffered untold agony from the worst forms of Indigestion Watoibrash Stomach and Bowel Dys pepsia But this excellent medicine did mo a world of good Since using it I can eat heartily and have gained Ira pounds For Indigestion Loss of Appetite Stomach Liver and Kid nor troubles Electric Bitters are a positive guaranteed cure Only f0c at East End Drug Cos 11STANDARD IfRotary Sewing Machine 4 STAMDABD GRAND SWELL FRan LOCK AND CHAIN STITCH TWO MACHINES IN ONE BALL BEARING STAND WHEEL We also manufacture sewing machine that r retail from J1200 up The Standard Rotary runs as silent as theI tkk of a watch Makes 300 stitches while other machines make to our local dealer or if there U DeIdealer In your town address e THB Standard Sewing Machine Co 21 Wet FlnlRt Cincinnati oIS IL Welch Jr Local Agent A looil Cough Medicine From the Gazette Towoomta Australia I find Chamberlains Cough RemI edy is tin excellent medicine IIIIIIVH been suffering from a severe cough for the last two months and it has effected a cure I have great pleasure la recommending itW- C WOCKNER This is the opinion of one of our oldest and most respect ed resident and has been voluntarl ly given in faith that others may try the remedy and be benefited as was Mr Wockner This remedy is sold by S E WELCH JR A Fine OpportunityIf ad vantages of a first class School and good Society i I will sell my threeroom well plas tered frame house on a lot 120 feet wide 800 teet deep near the L R N depot in Berea Ky together with my well appointed Sawmill and fine Grst mill The mill buildings are all new arid iron roofed The machinery is all in perfect order The water sup ply both for house aad mill is never failing I WILL SELL AT A BARGAIN Write or call on J C SHARPB- erea Ky t H T Mcintyre St Paul Minn who has been troubled with a disor dered stomach says Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets do me more good than anything I Have over taken For sale by S E WELCH JR CHRISTMAS DAY Christmas is tho great day of the year for tho little ones We pity the child that does not have something to look forward to and expect at Christ alas time And it does the older people good to look after the joys of the children- But tho joy of Christmas time ought to tako in more than the chil dren and their friends it ought to be a time of good will between neigh bors and especially a time when those who are most prosperous should tako thought for tho welfare of their less fortunate neighbors If there is an uuprosperous family near you it may well be that their lack of prosperity is due to the lack of brains and enterprise nevertheless they are not to be despised or forgotten To relieve the poor by sending around a bit of food or a present is not tho only thing wo can do The encouragement that comet with the present is more valuable by far than the gift it self and with our good willmay come our good advice and practical helpfulness towards selfhelp There are different ways of giving good advice If it is thrown out in a superior manner so as to humiliate the person to whom it is given it is useless aud offensive but it is a good thing when a successful farmer or a successful housewife will in n friendly way tuako suggestious which will really help neighbors who have not had such good training from their parents per haps and who lira behind Christ Inns reminds us how the Lord loved and hulwd those who worn not ouly unfortunate but unworthy Let us have His spirit of love NEW YEARS DAY U is a goad thing that New Years comes at a limo of year when every body eau have n little chatico to think Wo pity tho tuna or woman who dos nut desire to be bolter to im prove j hud improvement comes not of itseif but by taking thought We must consider wherin wo have failed and us tho Lord gives tie a stitrt in new year we should sot out with now determination to make the most of ourselves to bo as useful and valu able to all our friends as possible- In making resolutions wo must not only resolve to quit bad things but resolve to cultivate good things Here are a few resolutions whichsome people might make with profit RESOLUTIONS FOR Boy 1 I will watch the beet men I know and imitate the best things in them 2 I willI make my parents fell that I love them and will treat them as I shall wish to be treated when I am old 3 Whatever work I have to do I will try to do iulhe very best way 4 I will make myself fit to associate with the best people but I will never despise any man- REsoLUTloNs FOR GIRL 1 I will learn all that is to bo known about- a womans work so that no girlcan prepare n meal set a house in orderI or care fora sick parson any better than I can 2 I will read every day something that will do mo good 3 I will learn to speak kindly to every body and about everybody 4 I will do my part to make the gathering of young peoplo at Sundayschool singing school debating society picnics and parties both pleisaut and profitable RESOLUTIONS FOR MAN 1 I will make my wife and family comfortable and happy in our home 2 Iwill give my children the best chance I can for education 3 In order toI accomplish the first and second resoI lutions f will strive to manage myI farm anti business in tho best possible manner 1 I will be a good neigh bor helpful to those less prosperous and ready to join hands with my fellow citizens for everything that is for the public goodR- ESOLUTIONS FOR WOMAN I will remember that my chief business is to train up my children in honor industry selfcontrol aud prudence 2 To fit myself for this work of train ing children I will get all the in S ruction and inspiration Icau my self by attending meetings reading and praying and studying by myself 3 For the sake of my family I will take good care of my own health Without being showy I will secure comfortable clothing without being idlo I will secure necessary rest so that I will not be tempted to be cross or unable to enjoy the pleasure of my children S DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE WKATIIKK HUUKAU Voluntary Observers Meteorological Renal for week ending December 23 1902 nt Ilerca Station Maximum 61 u December 20 Minimum 26 December 18 Rainfall 143 in F D CASs 1 to TALK WITH OUR READERS THE CITIZEN has been coming t see you several times of late and th expense was paid by the kindness of one of our friends and now it remsili- to be seen whether you wish him t como any more TUG CITIZEN it not published for tho sake of making money and yet we cannot publish it without money Wo believe that tho kind of reading which THE CITIZEN brings will do good to every boy and girl and to every father and mother Wo believe that the farmer who reads THE CITIZEN will make more money and have better crops than his neighbor who neglects Wo believe that the mother who reads THE CITIZEN will take better care of her family and beu happier womanWo believe that tho teacher who reads THE CITIZEN will have a better school and bo a bettor person We believe that the boy or girl who roods Tim CITIZEN will have more ambition and learn to find happiness in letter things Now will all who are reading these lines send the small sum of fifty cents in order that you may have TilE CITIZEN for the coming year Just here is a difficulty with many Perhaps you have never sent money through the mail Do you know that the Uuitol States government has provided a way in which you can sebd mtn with entire safety You go to the postmaster and toll him you wish an order payable to TilE CITIZEN Bo rea Kentucky for fifty cents He will givo you a little paper to sign and will tako your fifty cents giving you a paper to enclose in your enve lope That paper will como to us aud wo will show it to the postmaster hero who will give us the fifty cents The government charges you throe cents for this service Now there ate a good many times when you will need to send money through the mail and you had bet tor learn how to do itRUlltiow is the time to begin There w bo much stormy weather this winter when you cannot get to church HUll Sundayschool For many people the best educational and relig ious advantages must como through the newspaper Through the extra Christmas mat ter some of our departments are omit ted this week but we intend to furnish every week a good story an ex planation of the Sundayschool les son and the special departments for Home Farm and School besides a variety of other good reading Dont miss this opportunity to bring a good influence into your home fiftytwo times Go to the postmaster today and make out an order for half dol lar DR SPERRYS LECTURES Dr Lyman B Sperry is a remark able man He was formerly profes sor of the Natural Science in Carlton College Minn but his lecture aud talks on scientific subjects became so popular that he finally gave up teach ing and has given his entire time to lecturing his travels extending from tho Atlantic to the Pacific He has been most constantly employed by tho Young Mens Christian associa tions because of the value and interest of his scientific lectures showing the effects of various forms of sin upon true human body in producing degeneration and disease and holding up tho high standards of morality and physical manhood His talks are not only absolutely correct from the physicians or scientifics standpoint but of thrilling interest so that he is fre quently interrupted by applause when presenting his demonstrations and il lustrationsDr was a personal friend of Dr Geo T Fairchild and of Pres Frost and is to spend a few days in Borea giving the following lectures in the Tabernacle Friday Dec 26 Lecture to Students at 316 p m Free Saturday Dec 27 Lecture to men at 2 p m Free 27Stereopticonlecture Sunday Doe 28 Lecture to wom on at 316 p m Free Sunday Dec 28 Religious lecture at 7 p m Free This will save your Life By Inducing you to WIG Or Kings Now Discovery EarM Consumption Coughs and Colds The only Guaranteed Cure DruggistABSOLUTELY CURES ronchltfaWhoopIng of the Throat and Lungs TRIAL BOTTLES FREE Regular Size 50 cents end 100 THE FARM IFOR BETTER ROADS A half davs ride into tho hills to the south of hero hao brought to my regardaour system The first is that while wo have soy eral fairly good pikes leading out of Boron the two to slue south aud south east end in three and four miles ro spectively and tho traveler is at tho mercy of a very bad dirt road for the rest of his journey Not bat what there is trallio enough to warrant n pike but simply it has not been built To the north we may travel to Rich maud Winchester Lexington anti onj and to tho west through Wallacotou Paint Lick and Lancaster for an in definite distance and find a net work of wnll built pikes Why should wo not have them iu the other direction It may bo true that the immediate wealth oftho armors in that direction is not as great and yet there is a wealth of timber coal and stone awaiting a market not to speak of tho farm crops that would amply pay the interest nud sinking fund for a goodsystem of pikes Thou the still groater consideration comes in of put ting the farmers and homes of this region of country in easy communica tion with church schoolhouse and postoftice Wo cannot afford to bo kept away from these great agents of civilization during several months iu the year for lark of a good reliable road by which to reach them The law of Kentucky wisely provides that no man shall bo denied a possway front his homo to church schoolhouse or postofllce but it tho road is so bad for six months in tho year that ho can not pass over it it seems to me that tho law is pretty effectually nullified for that length of time The remedy is to build good roads Build thorn between all county seats aud between your towns and villages build them to your railway stations build them into your bodies of timber Issue the countys bonds to build thorn The increased value of every stavo tree or sawlog the advance in farm lands the lower price of goods that now bave to be waggoned iu at such great expense all those will amply justify expenseMy point is that it is of lit tie use to build a pike if it is not kept up How to lay out anti build a grad pike is quite a long story but it is a story not worth telling if wo do not intend to keep the piko in repair when we get it The simplest way to keep up a piko is to keep it up The rule should not bo to lIIemla road once a year or twice a year but whenever it needs mending Water is the worst enemy to good roads Seepage water under the roadbed spoils tho foundation and should bo drained Rainwatersoaksaway al if it is not thoroughly compactedI and kept at a crown away the rain at onco and wagon ruts that allow water toi stand on the surface will help that whoolsol traffic to soften up the hard est metal and make the holes still deeper Storm waters coming down a hill will keep the road if the crown is not rounding enough to turn them aside and as the waters gather volume ruts become gulleys and the road is ruinedBuild good roads if you have to go in debt for them They will pay for themselves and leave you a handsome profit When you get the roads tako care of them Put in the ablest man you have in the district as road su pervisor and stand by him S C MASON A J Snoll wanted to attend a par ty but was afraid to do so on account of pains in his stomach which he feared would grow worse Ho says I was telling my troubles to a lady friend who said Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Reme dy will put you in condition for tho party I bought a bottle and take pleasure in stating that two doses cured me and enabled me to havo a good time at the party Mr Snoll is a resident of Summer Hill This remedy is for sale by S E WELCH JR r We promptly obtain U and Foreign Bend model ketch or photo 01 Inrcutlon for 110n9tentaanAndnA tree report on patentability For free book THE HOME THE WEEKLY WASH In all the dirt removed are your while clothes white your colored clothes bright and now looking your flannels soft and unshrunkoiit Those are tho questions which test the re stilts of tho weekly washdnyfl hard ubor To attain these results plenty of good water good soap DUll judicious rubbing are necessary Drying cloth quickly iu the open air and sunshine makes thom white Do not hang on a once or dusty bushes but use n clean lino and clean puns Iu preparing for tho wash first sort the clothes in heaps Tnblolineti handkerchiefs mud kitchen clothes must bo kept each kind by itself un til washed and boiled Soak much soiled handkerchiefs in salt aud water punching them about with n stick while soaking Tho body and bod linen may bo washed together Before washing all status should be removed and torn places either mended or the edges drawn together to prevent their becoming worse The suds should be rather strong and as hot an tho hands can boar Put in the cleanest pieces first and wash on tho right side titan turn and wash on the wrong side Give espe cial attention to tho dirtiest spots Rub only enough to remove the dirt and in the direction of the warp threads of the cloth as far as possible Tho tilling is tot so strong as the warp threads and to rub muslin cross wise will after n time cause slits to appear iu tho garments After washing through one suds wring dry shako out soap well any parts not quito clean put in tepid suds bring to the boiling point and boil front ten to twenty minutia Do not allow the clothes to stop boiling after they begin Take from the boiler Into tepid water anti punch tinder immediately Cold water will cause the fibers to contract and so hold the dirt particles Instead of allowing them to float out into the water Lying in the air will also set tho dirt Rinse well with tho hands and place in the rinso water piopor When blueing is used use only a small quantity anti stir tho water each time before immersing an article Dip only ono article at a time and do not allow it to touch tho nidus of tho vessel for fearol streaks JESsiE LESTER HILL full A Ilrnilljr tlUrk liMy wife was so ill that good phy sicians wore unable to help her writes M M Austin of Winchester Ind but was completely cured by Dr Kings Now Lifo Pills They work wonders in stomach and liver troubles Cure constipation sick headache Ufa at East End Drug Cos THE SCHOOL A LETTER TO PARENTS Many of you have kept your children out of school or allowed them to remain out ou various pretexts for a large part of tho term Have you carefully considered tho worth of nn education the value of n day in school anti the childs rights In tho matter First tho nation and the common wealth desire anti expect every child to be given a fair education and joint ly provide tho moans The moray to pay a teacher for n five mouths term of school is thus provided Every child of school ago is therefore tho legatee to au oluca Jion It is his inheritance from his country To keep him out of school Is to deprive him of his inheritance and his right Second you cannot givo your child anything as good as an education Houses nor lands nor money nor stock can com eusato for its toss Most of you canuot give your chill dren wealth but by a little sacrifice you can give them an education somothuK that is far letter Any boy equipped with the training the schools can givo can rake anti ought to make his own way in the world Third n day in school Is too valuable to lose for any trilling excuse It has loon well said a boy cannot rare as much as a titan but a boy can leant as much as a man In other words in school is tho only place that a boys time is as valuable as that ofa tram and it might bo added as tint any man for his value in manhood will practically depend upon the amount of his schooling This is true iu atfinancial sense It can easily bo shown that every day used in securing a good education is worth five dollars to i a man who lives to bo sixty Then dart it pay to keep a boy out of chool because he can earn twenty five or fifty cents a dayt Clearly it is a had investment lint money is a very low standard by which to measure limo value of an education Instruction is hotter titan silver and all the things that may bo dired are not to be compare to it Please hand this paper to your neighbor anti ask hint to read tho aboveI moro to say about this in another letter next week JOHN WlRT DlNSUOKK what In n Yen Everything is in the name whom it cornea to Witch Hazel Salvo E C DeWitt ft Coot Chicago discovered sonic years ago bow to make u salvo from Witch Hazel that is n sp otlfo for Piles For Blind bleeding ing and protruding Piles ItChIcuts burns bruises and all Skin oases DoWitts Salvo has no This has given rise to numerous worthless counterfeits Auk for De Witts the genuine Sold by East End Drug Co R PANS hnITabules and found them the best thing I have yet taken I would ad vjso everybody that has any htomach trouble to try Ripans Tubules i AT DRUGGISTS- The five cent packet is enough for an ordinary occasion The family bottle six ty cents contains a supply for a year Berea College Founded 1855 PLACES THE BEST EDUCATION IN REACH Ol ALL Over 40 Teachers and 900 Students from 26 States LargestJ College Library in Kentucky NO SALOONS Applied Science Two Course with agriculture for young men and Domestic Science for young Ladies Trade Schools Ctrpentry Printing Housework Nursing two years Normal Courses For Teachers Three courses leading to county Certificate State Certificate and Stato Diploma Academy Course Four years fitting for College for business and lifeCollege CouraoH Literary Scientific Classical loading to Baccalaure ate degrees Music Choral free Rood Organ Vocal Piano Theory Wo are hero toholp all who will help themselves toward a Christian edu cation Our instruction is a free gift Students pay a small incidental fee to moot expenses of tho school apart from instruction and must also pay for board in advance Expenses for term 12 Weeks may ho brought wlthlu 24 OO about 15 to bo paid in advance The School is endorsed by Baptists Christians Disciples Congregation alists Methodists Presbyterians and good peoplo of all denominations f For INfORMATION sod FRIENDLY iMnii III WILL C OAMBlE Berea Madison County Ky r t r JTHE CITIZEN r1HE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON FIRST QUARTER INTER NATIONAL SERIES JAN 4 TfOKt of the Iriinn Act nl 2 HI Sic in ii rr Ver r 203toldenIrat PrrpureqCON rlehl 1WJ by American Press Awoctitlen S21 And the multitude roan up together OKulnit them and the maelitratoa rout on their clothe and commanded to livut them Our last lesson In this book six month ago left the messengers of the Lord rejoicing lu their welcome U till 01111111JJ The public confession by bnjitlsiu u herself and her household caused Joy lu hcuvcu nu well tin ou earth Luke xv 7 10 Thin was too much for thu adversary no ho begins a special work of opposition through the damsel and tho rulers of the city which resulted In tho beating and Imprisonment of Paul und Sllus- K And at inldnlcht Paul and SIUi prayed and sang pralaes umo ODd and the prisoner hoard them When Saul of Tarsus first became a dlnclplo of tho Ix nl Jesus ho was told that Lo trust suffer for Ills sake won its the Lund taught Ills dlsclpku whllo with them that tho world would hate thoin und they must not be offended If thu religious Jews should put them out of tho Mynugoguo and kill them Ix 10 Joist xv 18 xvi 2i i bol blowing IhMlos their feet In the fjockn and tho darkness and loutliHoiiieiie of tho Inner prison do not separate them from the love of God nor break their communion with Him They urn tilled with prayer unit praise according to 1s like Daniel and his friends thlToro victors through the prutionce of Christ with them X Imme4k rely all the doom wr open I Ml and every ones handa were looted Thulr songs were heard lu heaven as well us on Mirth and though they had llOwerIfoundation walls shaking prison doors open prisoners bonds loosed by the Master of those men who foil all that was done to thorn as done to Himself and part of whoso mission was to give deliverance to captives and opened prisons to thoso who were bound lea hI1 saykghire While the righteous were Buffering the ungodly were In health and asleep but if the ungodly bad slept Into eter idly bow fuarful their condition tlC and believe Luke xvi 22 3 Itcv xlv 011 Job xx xvl 18 What mercy to awaken such ore Itbe too late The Jailor In his blindness out knowing of tho hereafter would have madly rustied lute It and have found himself In hopeless despair had not Paul re turned good fur evil and kindly cried to him 19 M Then he called for a light ant sprang In sad came trembling and fell down before Iaul and Blla and brought them out and eald Slat what must do lobe aavcOT This Is tho work of the Holy Spirit whom Jump sent from the tatter and I of whom He wild When He Is come Ho will convince of sin of righteous sues Dud of Judgment John xvl Si Tho Jailer bad never had to do with prisoners like these nor had ho ever met with kindness In return for such Pttreatment as ho had given to these He saw in them those who land power that was not of earth he Maw that they werohl friends for iiiun whom ho had treated as he had thoso might naturally have let him take his life and been glad of It but they had begged him not to barm him self He line been powerfully wrought upon for his souls good ho sees his danger nod turns to those In whom he had fccon the supernatural sltO In Job xxxlll 18 20 30 and Ube context bow much God does to save a soul and consider the sorrows of Jesus and what It cost Him to save us St Si And they said Uelleve on the Ixtrd Jeaus Christ and thou halt be kuvrd and thy house And they ipake unto him the word of the Lord and to all that were In his hove Gods way of salvation Is believe receive behold take It is all fully prepared und provided In Christ nlldt the Invitation to oil Is Come come now with the assurance that no ouoI who comes shall ever be turned away Isa 18 h 1 Matt xxil 4 John 11 It vi 37 Rev xxll 17 WithoutI anything whatever on our a souse of our need He asks us to accept the gift of eternal life this life being in Ills Son Ills unspeakable gift Iota vi 23 John v 11 II Cor Ix 15 The sinner is not asked to do n thing but confess himself a sinner audI accept that which God has provided When he had brought them Into his house he set meat before them and rejoiced believing In God with all his house lielng saved by grape ho at once be gins to work for wo are saved In ordorI to work See carefully Eph II I Tit III 0 a Having become a child of God ho begins at once to confess it by bnptlsui and manifest it by kind ness Thu same hour ho washed their stripes took them into his own house and cared for them Ho became at ouco a member of the church tho body of Christ ii temple of the Holy ObostI and having turned to God from he begun to serve tho living and trueI God and to welt for Ills Sou tromI leaven I Thess I 0 10 l Christ receiving Christ brings IIlIhaI tion and then the love of Christ con strains to good works lIe tilled with Joy anti pOlice In bellelnI item xr 13 and notice that his household Is with him In this God loves to saws households Think otJLydia of Noah of Ilahab and households Plead those Instances wlt4j God and trust Um for your household IDEAS ChrlHtmna tiny ICOn Earth Peaco Good Will Towards Men Ill0 havo the poor always with you Freely yo have received freely giveFor Ho shall save his people from their sins Isis name shall be called Wonder ful Counsellor The Mighty God The Everlasting Father The Prince of Peace FROM THE WIDE WORLD portfs a t 3 p in A moat sanguine view of the Venezuelan situation prevails in officio circles in Washington The initial payment on the Panama railway has boon agreed upon Bud Will amount to 10000000- ThiAmrlhrjimkoat Andijan Ruesiau Turkestan Saturdaykilled 2500 per sons and destroyed 15000 houses The Venezuelan trouble is to be sot tied by the good ollices of President Hoosovelt Great Britian Italy aud Germany are willing leaderrarmed 10000 men and is prepar ing for another massacre of foreigners in two provinces of China Special cables front Guatemala say that tho damage done by tho orrup lion of tho Santa Maria volcano runs into the millions m IN OUR OWN COUNTRY A SI 000000 fire was raging in Knox ville7Tcuu Monday Congress adjourned Saturday to moot again Jau fi 1003 The eight hour labor bill has boon favorably reported in the Senate Nearly 9000 Boors are preparing to emigrate to Colorado New Mexic- and Texas A perfect skeleton of the mastodon has boon unearthed in a clay bed at Grove City 0 Mrs Ulysses S Grant was buried bwtido her husband in tho tomb at Riverside Sunday Confederate veterans have started a fund to orrectn monument toGouU S Grant in Richmond Va The Colombian treaty question is nearing settlement and will probably Iwdispcmtxl of soon after Congress re couvonca Jan C Many canning factories will bo es tablished next summer on the shore of Bering Sea in order to got relief from tho salmon trust The House lies appropriated 500 000 to be expended under the dime tion of tho attorneygeneral in tho en forcement of tho antitrust laws Between 700 and 800 sacks of Christmas mail bound from New York for Western points wore destroyed by fire on the Now York Central railroad Sunday COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY At Baiboursvillo in tho local option election the drys won by a vote at the rote of seven to one In Louisville tho board of public safety havo positively forbidden the sale of intoxicnntfl to minors A now oil wuhon the Byrley leaso in tho Knox county field has an esti mated dally capacity of 250 barrels Winchester people have donateda lot and subscribed 10000 to secure a spoke and handle factory in that city Gov Bockham has issued an address to the Democrats of Kentucky formally announcing his candidacy for reelection Fanners in Gnrrnrd county report much damage by rains largo quan titles of hemp being swept away on tho Dix river bottom lands Adam T Silor of Whitley county- Is a candidate for the Republican nomination for Railroad Commission or in tho third district of Kentucky R C Whayne of the Whoyu Manufacturing Co Louisville who huntinglostamount of 300000 Men and Food Cassius wanted to know upon what meat doth this our Cwsar feed that he is grown so great Some antiquarian has been tanking an investigation into the diet of tho New England Ciesars Including Governor Winslow Dante Webster and others He ilnds that they their ancestors breakfasted on hasty pudding pea soup flavored with jrksquash turnips and onions JlifeU on tho same with rye pudding brown bread aud an occasional fowl and sup ped on fresh Ash with vegetables But Cassius did not really think that greatness had its root in meat and drink for ho said The fault dear Brutus IsI I I In ourselves that are underlings after declaring that mm nt some time are masters of their tljpig NN1 LLOCAL AND PERSONAL 1NN11MNN111 NN Bo sure and road tho poem on the first pogo Monday was quarterly court at Richmond John Welch has about recovered from his hurt Buy Coles Hot Blast Stoves Fir o never goes out Mrs Fred Bollard is very ill from consumption uObellllkOn Flour means thosamo as Sterling on Silver Dies Susie Parsons of West Union is sick from lung disease Double bod Couch secondhand for sulo cheap at J J Brauamaus Miss Virginia Dox well known to Borea arrived Saturday for a Chris Inns visit You buy lard at Welchs never compound like others sell to match Alcorn and little son of West Union are very sick and need attention The prosperity of the Boron Dunk indicates the prosperity of tho people of the community Wo are glad to know that Mrs D N Welch and her little son are improving In health Large secondhand Open Grade Coal Stove for sale cheap at J1Brouamans The College Band is preparing t give a grand concert on Tuesday Jan 27 HKW We aro steadily adding to our list of patrons tho strongest men of the community Berea Banking CoIDr ME Jones our ing a holiday Ho will be in his office again on Wednesday Jan The average daily attendance at pastoterm of five months was 102 Uncle John Williams and wife of near Berca go to Illinois to make their home with their son William The new stock of Furniture at Bick nell t Early a is well chosen and the prices are very low for such goods Our old townsman T A Robinson the jeweler now of Richmond is pros pering in business Ho has had a fine Christmas trade Every man and woman in Borea or within five miles should hear tho great lectures by Dr Sporry Satur day Sunday and Monday Mr and Mrs Charlie Reynolds will return from their wedding trip to Hamilton 0 today Mr Reynolds will bo our night railway agent President Frost was in Cincinnati this week preaching at Mt Auburn Presbyterian church Sunday and speaking at tho Banquet of Now Eng land Society Monday night The Borea College Band composed of seventeen students under tho lead ership of Mr Simpson of Alexis 111 will play on the streets of Berea Christmas morning On Sunday night the young poopo will hold a meeting at Secotyl church to bid farewell to Miss Hallie Embree who loaves Monday to enter a train ing school to prepare for misson work in South America Work has been going forward on the Mans Industrial building during the fine weather the past week The College has certainly furnished more labor for citizens as well as students the post year than ever before HELP WANTEDF F and G C Hall former Berea students now op erato a Mail Order Business the only one of the kind in the U S For free price list and information ad dress C F Hall Co 105107 W Adams street Chicago 111 Note Bores references given if desired Married Monday evening at Rich mond Mr Charlie Reynolds of Bo rea and Miss Gracie Kirby of Clovis Cal Mr Reynolds is well and favorably known here having been assist ant agent and operator at the LrC N depot for some time Mrs Reynolds is the daughter of A L Kirby of Clovis Cal and granddaughter of Mr and Mrs Ruben Kirby of West Union TilE CITIZEN extends best wishes and hearty congratulations 1NNNN1Nn1 NN1 I CORRESPONDENCE I 11MADISON COUNTY HICKORY PLAINS 5 Miss Fannie Adams is still on tho sick listMr Brank Johnson and wife have moved to this neighbor hoodMrs Robert Baugh is visiting relatives near Brookstown Mrs Duvall and Mrs McKenuy visited Mrs John Johnson last week Miss Anna Benge visited Misses Maggie and Anna Adams Saturday night and Sunday Fred Johnson is home for the Christmas holidaysMr Ben Adams and family will start for Con verse Mo next Monday Dec 29 Mr Sherman Baker wife and baby are spending a week with Mrs Bakers parents before staring for Indiana FARRISTOWN Mrs Lula C Cornelius will spend holidays in Leattyvillo with her cousin Mrs Lizzie Hume Mrs Ann Wilmore will spend the holidays with her mother Mrs L Palmer of ConS tral City Mablenbe g county Mrs L C Higginbotham who has been ill for several weeks is convalescent Mr and Mrs Sam White have moved back to their old bOl1le- WALLACETON Mr 0 E Brockmau of Big Hill SaLawson is on the sick list this week Rev Wills filled his regular ap ointment Saturday and Sunday was also elected pastor for another year Miss Mallie Anderson of Silver Creek is visiting her undo W 0 AndersonG B Gabbard and O E Brockman went to Richmond Mon day on business Bon Ooins of 111 Inois has returned to Wallaceton PERRY COUNTY DWARF The exhibition at the close of Rach successoto Mr Mrs H Owens a now baby boyMr J 0 Combs of organ county is moving back to Dwarf Born to Mr Mrs E B Owens a new baby girl Shade and James Stacy visited the home of U Owens yester dayMr Guss and That Ward of Hazard are about to complete tho church house here Miss Nanna Cor nett is now visiting her home here Mr JSand C C Combs of Massey Creek are the photographers here Jolly times are expected here Christ mRsR Lee Owens is traveling to western Colorado for his health he has been ill for some time with rheu matismRachel Owens will leave for Hazard tomprrow Roscoe Little of Hazard is very ill with consumption JACKSON COUNTY WELCHBURO Protractedmeetings mud and bird hunting seems to be subjects of im portance at presentRev E B Bill presiding elder of the M E church of the Lexington district andothers are holding a series of meetings at the Collier schoolhouse everybody seems to be interested and they are having a large crowd and a good meeting May it continue till after Christmas is the wish of the writer Miss Nannie Ross of Mildred passed through here Wednesday on her way to Virginia and Tennessee She will spend Christmas holidays at Chattanooga Tenn Mr R W Rader has gone to London to visit friends Prof H F Minter of this place will instruct a five months school at Buck Creek Owsley county this winter and spring Mr Minter is a perfect gentleman and those who wish to attend school can do no bolter than to lend him their patronage Sam Baldwin who left this vicinity about three years ago to make his future home in the Wild West is back again shaking hands with his old friends Miss Lime Beg ley was a pleaeautguest of Mrs Hern- don SundayMr John Oldham of Clay county is visiting friends at this place May and Lee Roy Herndon were visitors of Leonard and Pearl Goodman Friday Young HeroesThe Young Peo plo Coming to Berea One girl rode fourteen miles on horseback in a driving rain to get here the first day One boy walked a hundred and six ty miles to reach Berea One young lady rode thirtyfive miles and then came on the cars a hundredand twenty One young lady comes with money from a crop which she put in cultivated and gathered with her own hands Ono young man was encountered by an ignorant preacher who had never been to Berea and told him all man ner of lies about tho place and finally cursed him for coming Tho preach or wanted him to attend a subscript tion school taught by relative of his But tho young man quietly marched on and is now well started in his studies and earning a part of his ex penses Every day some of these young heroes aro coming in and a large umber are to arrive at Christmas anti New Years time These aro the young people of en terprise willpower and character They are bound to succeed them selves and they are the people who will make the New Kentucky The U S Civil Service commission reports that for the year ending Juno 80 1002 there were 11983 persons ap pointed from its registers This was 1612 more than was over before ap pointed in a single year Any ono wishing information about those post lions can secure it free by writing for the Civil Service announcement of tho Columbian Correspondence Colleg- Washington D C The Commission will hold examinations to secure young men and women for these places during March and April at Coving ton Danville Owensboro Louisville and Lexington Many pe plo do not know that these appointments are made without politi cal influence and that a large share of them are filled by those having cnly a common school education but such is now the case USE Of TIME Experience shows that each student doing full workshould give at least eight hours a day to severe study andI eight hours to skep This will leRveI eight hours for toilet meals wtinhip recreation manual labor andextras It is very important in school lifeI that we should make a careful for use of our time and that welhouldI all try to study play and same hours BO as not to hinder one anotherTo in punctuality and the best use of time the following bell will ring 630Rising hell Toilet deoUnoroomworkI 700 Inspection of roofs- 760Morning j study hours First Lesson Ierlo l 835 Second lesson period bell U25Chopelworship Silence during tolling the last two minutes 9151030and111GLesson periods 1200Close of mrning study hours 1215Dinner Warning 12 10 130 Afternoon study hours Fim Leon Period 230Second lesson period 315 Close of study hours Here follows an interval for manual labor and recreation Lecture on MondaysIn r December and January supper and appointment following are hall in hour earlier545Supper Warning 5 35 630 Vesper hou- r730Evening study hours U 30 Warning for curfew 1000 Curfew Department conference in place of Chapel Tuesday- sLOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAILROADT- ime Table In Effect Nov 16 1902 Gulag North Train 4 Dally Leave Betea 3 24 a m Arrive Richmond 3 f2 a m Arrive Paris f 05 a m Arrive Cincinnati 730 a m Going North Train 011111 Leave Berea Ha9a m Arrive Richmond1210 am Arrive Paris 318 p m Arrive Cincinnati fi 00 pm Going South Train I Dally Leave Berea 122 p m Arrive Livingston218 p m OoIiiR South Train S Dully Leave Berea I1 HO p m Arrive Livingston12 80 a m Trains No1 and No 5 make con nection at Livingston for Jellico and tho South with No 24 and No 27 J W Stephens Ticket Agent NeUoni Odd Appearance When Lord Nelson was commanding the Mediterranean squadron anti lying off the bay of Ulscay tho captains of two Spanish frigates lately arrived from America sent to entreat the honor of an audience with the admiral merely to give themselves the gratification of seeing a person whom they considers to be the greatest man In the world Captain Hardy took their request to Lord Nelson and urged compliance with It notwithstanding the admirals querulous reply of What Is there to see In an old withered fellow like myself Nelson always wore short breeches and silk stockings and at this moment his legs were bound at the knee and an kle with pieces of brown paper soaks In vinegar and tied with red tape The application was to allay the Irritation of some mosquito lilies Quite forgetting this and the extraor dinary appearance It presented be went on deck to the Spanish captains and conducted the interview with such perfect good breeding and courtesy that his odd appearance was quite forgotten lu the charm of his manners and tbe Spaniards went away with every high opinion confirmed which they had pro Piously formed of Lord Nelson m ITS Financial Strength YOURattention is directed of the fol lowing wellknown business men who compose our Board of Directors J J Moore J Burdette Joe E Johnson isheW H Porter In addition to above we have a strong of stockholders responsibilitythe institution The Berea Banking Co Item Kentucky ICENTSNew Idea- Womans Magazine IIT Fcracrly OneDollar to HIS Is the cheapest and best Fashion Magazine now be fore the American public Itshows MillineryIn ReadingeIn black and white Above all R shows the very fashionable NEW IDEA Stases made from NEW IDEA PAT TERNS which cost only lOc each Send Five Cents Today rorulncls copy of the NEW MAOAZiNt and11M whit great talusfor th money an give you THE NEW IDEA rUBLISHIKO UI Brday New Ttrk N T Will IYlake Affidavit New Lease of Life her an Iowa PostmasterP- ostmaster R H Randall Dunlap la laYS I suffered from Indigestion and re suiting evils for years Finally I tried Kodol I soon knew I had found what I had long looked for I am better today than In years Kodol gave me a now lease of life Anyone can have my af fidavit to the truth of this statement Kodol digests your food This enables the system to assimilate supplies strengthen Inv every organ and restoring health Kodol Makes You Strong IrepuedoDIJ by Eo 0 DnWiir sSCOaiki TM ll contain dK Urn th A cad stave The forecast of sudden changes in the weather serves notice that a hoarse voice and a heavy cough may invade the sanctity of health in your own home Cautious people have a bottle of One Minuto Cough Cure al ways at hand E H Wise Madison Oa writes I am indebted to One Minute Cough Cure for my present good health and probably my life It cures Coughs Colds LnGrippo Bronchitis Pneumonia and all Throat and Lung troubles One Minute Cough Cure cuts the phlegm draws out the inflammation heals and soothes the mucous membraues and strengthens the lungs For sale by East End Drug Co Three Years in RichmondAnd sets of teeth thathave been made at my oleo if there is one set or OUT sets that show any defects I will make n new set tree We are making the bust set of tooth in the world for uO and if detests show in Ive years wo give you a new sot free This applies to all the teeth I have made or am going to make the best alloy fills in the world at 75 cents DR HOBSON Dentist Permanently located in the Hobson Building next door to Gov ternment Building uckyIIf you feel ill and need a pill Why not purchase tho best DeWitts Early Risers Are little surprisers Take one they flo the rest W H Howell Houston Tex writ osI lore used Little Early Riser Pills in my family for constipation sick headache To their use I am indebted for the health of my family Sold by East End Drug Co ir of C d S d S THE CITIZEN Dont Use- Spectacles Unless you need them and if you use them be sure they fit your i need I will giro thorough oxamination FREE OF CHARGE always indicating thu correct glasses to use II you dont need glasses 1 will tell you so T A Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main Street Richmond Ky DR M E JONES t Dentistrc e OfficeRear Mrs Fishs Millinery Store 1 Office DaysWednesday to end i of the we- ekMONUMENTS I Urns Headstones Statuary Granite and Marble t of all kinds dODO in a Iork manner at rea INolahIo prices and with t All work guar anteed b- yGOLDEN FLORA RICHMOND Ky Corner or Mlp and CoiluS- treetsNOTICE rwould like to make the aquaint auto of everyone within reach of Berea who can i i MAKE CHAIRS Tan and Dress Leather or do Splint or Bark Bottoming Please send me your address or call in town twheu CHAS A KING Superintendent ol Building Bert College r 4Harness q Nothing Slow nbnut our methods of selling We I mark such low prices on high grade Harness and Horse Goods that it makes owners feel that it pays better to replace old things than to spend time and money toggling them upThe very atmosphere of this shop tells of good quality leather There in genuine stuff in our harness and it has all the features that distinguish it from the imitation and interior gradesT J Moberly FUchrnoodICyI I f- qd rO YOU MOI TO COME HERE FOR I I I III 11ti 1111ol I ItitiI ti + Overcoats I Youll Find n great stock to choose from plain honest coats as low as five dollars rich ologant gar ments as Linn as twenty five and a wealth of great bargains at 7 8 10 1250 and Up And dont forget that we are headquarters for everything else worn by man or boy I Covington and Banks i FOR MEN AND I BOYSjTToTT1TTTT1T T T I ITHIS IS tlJ 011 tiI of Richmond Kentucky f OUTFITTERS WEBER WAGON lIIlIlI I We are SOLE AGENTS i r for this territory i f 1ULljiiFootwear Clothing Ladiesi I HOLIDAY SUPPLIESi i i iBicknell++ N + + W +a n H I Madison County Roller Mills I i i i- IIIIII Manufacturers Fancy Roller Flour Corn Meal Ship Stuffs Crushed Corn Etc i Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor will be i Ihardto beat i i is another Excellent Flour I- oIIIIIIIi i IPotts DuersonIt Whites Station Ky i If Its From Joplins Its Good We wish to cull attention to the large assortment of Now Iuriiltnro nOw on sale nt our store We invito our Dereu friends to make themselves at home at JOPLINS meet your friends here and consider this your headquarters when in Richmond invitecont1MGTUIC12 I11AlrrM1NTMouldings in fashions latest dictates always carried and framing neatly dono CARPETS AND MATTINGSi- n groat variety UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY IDay Phone 73 Night Phone 47 66 JO S JOPLIN RiCuinonil Ky The Citizen WEEKLY 50c a year t G MS from now until Christmas will be found a free game amusing and instructivcso different kinds Get Lion Coffee and a Free GameInt Your Grocers I We are HEAD l r QUARTERS I II Prescriptions carefully compounded East End Drug Company L1 Pharmacist C C RHODUS Proprietor THE TSIAl aroattn ear A fl SORMVS A CO- ClNCINKlTI DwTWlxr CArrLECommou1200 J f27I Hutch nIUJOIiJ fi10 Shipp 4 55- CALvevClloicn71X W 7W Large Common LOOM 60- 0lltosCouunon16Q M IJlfi Fair good lightlilK 6101 Iackiug12r1 111 SHEEP Good to choice 2GO I10 Common to fair 1 Me 2015 LAMBS Good to choico4tJ5 filb Common to fairflM lWi VDEATNO 2 Red 78 CORN 7jI 46 OATS No 2 mixed 3S- UTENo 2 11- FLouRWinter Family U 3to J0r 385- I JfkL tED latont36fll 1700 HATNo1 110- 0uNo 2 1276 No1 Clover 1176 1025 No2II 800 S HO POULTRT Young chickens 11 13 Heavy hens 10 6jTurkeyDucksI 12 Boos Fresh near by 21 fc 23 81U71IITAUOW Prime city 6t 7 II Country td 4 fl NOuN ANY TRUST Ianynew pa ptnlinve lately glvtn currency to rrj orU LylrrIgiuualblu uurtlv III IhocflVct that THE NEW HOME SEWINQ MACHINE CO Imdycntcrcd n trust or combination wo wlh to uiwun public that thtro U no truth In mich iv 11 rU Wc have been iimnufucturlnit newliiR mnclilnn for over a quarter ofa centu ry ninl havonUibllilieila reputation fur ourselves and our maclilnci tliatU the envy ofall otters Our New Home machine hut never been rivaled us u family machine It stands at the licud ofall High Grade sowing 11iaclIlie1 and thuds ou IU oirii merits TIII Yell Home fa tit only really UK It illAUK Sewing Machine on the market It In not neccwinry for ui to enter Into a trust to save our credit or fay any debt as wo have no debU to lay We have never entered Into competition with nmnufucturen or low crude chimp machines that lire made to sell regard IVBI of any Intrinsic merits Do not bo do calved when you wants sewing machlnedont wind your money away from homo call on a11 New Ifamis Drnlvr he can tell you a Fetter machlno for lesx than you can purchase jtlxowlicre If there U no dealer near you write dlnct to us THE NEWHOMESEWINO MACHINE CO ORANGE MASSNew York Chicago IllHt Lout Mo Mien taOa Dalian Tex Hun Krauelioo Cul SISCO CO Klclioiasvlle Ky u The Irliln or heroes Many soldiers in the last war wrote to say that for Scratches Bruises Cuts Wounds Corns Sore Feet and Stiff Joints Bucklens Arnica Salve is tho best in the world Same for Burns Scalds Boils Ulcers Skin Eruptions and Piles It cures or no pay Only 25c nt East End Drug Cos Christmas GamesFREE In each pound package ofI Lion Coffee For Christmas 1 GoodsI Fine Groceries and Fruits Pure Drugs and Medicines Very Best Candies etc PETTUS iIITiI ICoryou to start your iyoung folks on tho road to iII fairs habitsofecoaomyaudathirstfor Wo most gladly assist I the young ivxjplo in getting started You may open an 1howiThe Berea Bank CompanyBEREA COUUII9 AM COIUS IN CIIIIDICKN Itrciiuiiiiriidittloii nt n Well Known Chicago Physician I use nnd proscribe Chamberlains Cough Remedy for almost all obsti nato constricted coughs with direct results I prescribe it to children of all ages Am glad to recommend it to all in need nnd seeking relict from colds and coughs and bronchial alllio lions It is nonnnrcotio and safe in the hands of tho most unprofessional A universal panacea for all mankind Mss MARY R MELCNDT M D Ph D Chicago III This remedy is for sale by S E WELCH Jn West End Meat Market For Fresh Meats Salt Meats Sliced lIam Lard Sausage Vegeta tiles etc Highest price for Country Produce H ROYSTONIhenIR Opposite UurdettvUIH r I WAYITheres as much art and skill necessary In the making of good clothes as there Is In the paint ing of a beautiful picture There arc good painters andigood tailors The point now Is who are good tailors Chicagolliiartcr Century We know they make good clothes otherwise we would not have their exclusive local agency or urge you to order from their line byIPrices arc low Let us take your measure J J BRANNAMAN lain OinH lirrri Kt Kixliil liiri ln Cure DigoftU all dunten of food tones and dtrcngtheim the Momnch and di gestivu organs Cures dyspepsia In digestion Stomach Trouble and iimkwj rich n d blood health and Hlrtngtli Kodol rebuild wornout tifdui M piirjflr strengthen intuit NwwtwiN the xtomnch Oov O W AtkiiiNon of 1V Vn says I hays used n number of bottles of Kodol nnd have found it to Iw a verr efT ctivo nnd indetMl n powerful reined y fur stomach ndmr nlH I reoommend to my friends Sold bj Kant End Drug Co Cliniiilxrlnlii Miniinrli and lhrrTnliliU Try them eating1vIieuWhen you havu ii bnd taste in the mouth torpid11heu When you hers n headache When you fell bilious They will improve your Appetite clwiiiiMj and invigorate your htotunch and regulate your liver and bowelsfFor stile by S E WELCH Jn EXPERIENCEII I THADC MAIIK- 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