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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f 1JMES M An Independent Weekly Editor and Devoted to tho RACERTHE CITiZEN Interests of THE HOME FARM SCHOOLKatmil at tht Portofflct al Iclou 50 CENTS A YEAR IIVOL IV A Family Paper BEHEA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY FEBRUARY 25 190t Fifty cents a year NO 1III IDEAS Nothing grunt was ever achieved without eiitliiiniumiilCjiKHsON- Keligion 4 t may bo learned on Sun 1day but it its lived ill tilt week days work He wIMeyM there in no ouch thing c uu honest nmn you may be sure in liiiiiHtlf u knave lhHKnKY It in out thing to wish to hays truth on our hide and anot her thing to wish to boon Ibo aide of truth WIUTEIA FROM THE WIDE WORLD Lent began yesterday Turkey will send reenforcements to Salonica cAplllrl1IIzit dami nuthoritiod at Puerto Cabollo Dr Haiti Aronsou of Berlin Germany has discovered a serum I which promises to destroy scarlet fey er germs Austria dull Russia through their ambassadors presented to tho Turk ih government demands for roformt in Macedonia Wortl haw bvon received by way of OUIIIII1IltlolIKing shocks Osaka out of this three imperialcit Ira of Japan is the centre of great activity preparing for their Filth Na tional Industrial Exhibition Starch I to July II It in authentically stated that the movement to buy the Holy Laud Its lh eu nearly conioimmated and that Mm return of the Hebrew raco to their nrigimial1alestina it only a question uf a short time IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Mm Helen C Neagl the oldest woman in Maine died lant week aged 10tJ All the alooiiN in Xashvillt Tone wire eloM1 Sunday fur the fin t time in yearn Washingtons birthday was getier ally observed throughout the country MondayGarden MHHH havo guns up to four hum heir former prier nod are high er now thou for thirty years A new department known ax tits Department of Geography tins loon established at the University of Chi sago The Supofinteudeuts Department N of till National Educational Associa tlon ill In soshion at Cincinnati Ohio this week- Andrew Carnegie added JUiTiCOO to till endowment fund of thin Carnegie Laboratory of Engineering at Stevens Institute of Technology in New York Three now battleships an armored cruiser amid two steel training ships are among the provisions include in the Naval Appropriation Hill passed by the House Tim KlkiiiH bill prohibiting rebates on traiiNportntion charges has become n law commiftsonor of cor ont tioim in provided for in tho new De partment of Commerce anti Lalwr On Saturday the cornerstone of the new Army War College was laid at Washington Thin War College will furnish to promising ollieers an op portunity for perfecting their military ediuution Flu Whito Star Line steamer Cod rite tho largest afloat successfully i ompleted her first passage across the Atlantic Sho is 700 ft long 70 It wide anti 41 ftIhltp and can carry l050 passengers COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY The Senate hiss passed a bill ap propriating ffOOOuach for public buildings In MajHvillo and Header BOU Threo years ago oil wells were un known in Kontucky now there aro 105 producing wells The capital in vested exceeds 15000000 Thomas S Orundy of Washing ton county died Sunday aged 81 years Mr Grundy was for 11 years a member of tho Kentucky legislature and owned the finest and largest herd of shorthorn cattle in the Stale The CitizenA FIFTY CENTS A YEAR t THE DEBATEIThe Debate between tho Alpha Zela and Phi Delta Societies held lust Fri day night was an occasion of great inI 011thued suited the spice of curiosity at the beginning Irof Dodge presided in his own happy manner and after prayer by Dr Burgess suit a bond number en joyed as always Prof Dodgo Intro duced the exercises of the evening in a few remarks announcing the tiles tion as follows ItroLi11 That the Government of England is superior In form and operation to the Govern Inert of tho United States of which question Phi Delta took the affirma tire Tho Judges wore Prof Hoaik of State College Lexington anti Tutor Lewis and Mies Welch of tho Herea College faculty IL M Racer opened the debate in a twelve minute speech In which he sought to eliminate points not on the ueUon and to ghlOlln careful definitions as a basis for the discus sion Some of hits points were as fol lows Question is on the government of England and on the England of today lie stated it to bo the pur JWH of government to render this will f the people operative Then we be liovo that the government of England in hotter adapted to attain that end in England than the government of the United Status is tern Ho contrasted the constitution of the United States with tho unwritten constitution of England comparing also the execu tin the legislative and the judicial departments of the two governments This first speaker on tho negative wits A F Hensy of Alpha Xota Af ter n few words ot rebuttal ho URdu mention cf the following points among others England has n super stitious reverence for the past in government as she has for old cities Tho United States haschoseu the beat from the mother country elimin ating the weaker features It is well known that justice is hard to obtain in England smith is mofct oxufiiHive Their executive is a figure IIIatl1I most expensive luxury Any nation miint lack strength that will tray 000000 per year to Mippott a non entity Poor boys Guise little chance to wo in England Education is slow in making progress The Cabi net can force war tiion lime nation against the will of the people etc E M Gentry of Phi Delta next opoke showing himself strong on re buttal His manner was convincing mind his language well chosen as he urged upon the judges tie superiority jof Englands legislative departments an operative for tho good of the pro pip of the Senate as too remote from the people Also emphasized the fact that England is more secure from in tend disturbance and her modes of operation morn flexible hero being too much redtape in the I S W II Humphrey of Alpha Zeta next spoke His manner was a little spoiled by over intensity but no cue over doubts Mr Humphreys convic tuna Ho spoke of Englands govern ment as too heavy as too cuinber lomo Genius cannot work In liar ness1 England offers no encourage ment to an inventor In United States the government is a servant of tilt people Our form supplies in many ways what England lacks England has too many powers oven though you say she does nyt lilt theta they are not safe forshe intyht use theta 111L Frye of Phi Delta spoke of the various ways in which the evils supposed to exist in EuglUh government were in fact done away with Uu spoke particularly cf the educational system iu the two countries and of the sad state of schools in the South Also of tho corruption of our tbiukslniburyiattention to tho recent coal biil us u proof that tho United States doesnt esjmlite important matters Arthur Suffern of Alpha Zeta said the changes in English govern ment may be sudden anti cause are fairs to be administered by raw men spoke of the tediousness of judicial proceedings in England read u num ber of quotations from noted men spoke of the rotten burroughs and said thero is too much centralization of power in England A U leadership is more or less dangerous and is safer when more divided Mr Humphrey of the negative then had five minutes for rebuttal and Mr Gentry of the allirmativo the acme When the judges retired they were envied by no one of the audience who felt list decision would be very difficult when no many gctxl points had been made on ouch side Even the singing by thu Glee Club and tint two couldIotwould come out Prof Hoark at last in a very plea sent little speech announced the de cision as a very dilHcult oue but iu favor of the allirnmtive FUN AND FACTS Hunk Learning Mr Nowedde These biscuits ore awfulMrs Xewedde Impossible Why the rfcipo says they are excellent San Francisco Examiner- The lntwiit T A Robinson has added the lilt est improved optical instrument for testing the eyes He mattes no mill takes Compeliiiiiin Why didnt you come around earlier The snow is all melted now Jest my luck Even do snow Is in do conspiracy ter keep me down Xew York Evening Journal end niiir H Neff opposite Joes Richmond pays highest CASH prico for eggs unit all kinds of hides VrllTrnlnrl Can your dolly talk BessieJ Vrs uncle but Ive told her little children sir uld ho seen sot heard SiinirtlilnK Nfttt T A Hobinson Hichmond has fitted up now optical pirlorf where he will test your eyes free Wlljr fullll web el The following brief but explicit telegram was sent from a nearby State to Georgia recently Reason John dud not git home for Christmas wuz ho stopped in a hotel for till first limn in his life an slowed out the gas Atlanta Constitution IOItllcrn r People owning dogs iu the town of B rea will please call on the town marslial or E L Robinson town clerk timid pay their license andre coin tag If license is not paid at puce and tags put on tho dogs will be killed GREAT SWEEP OUT SALE- A chance which you Ret only once in two or three years Dont miss the chauco Price on MeuV Ladies Misses and Childrens sliced cut as follows 350 shoes at fit ICi 300 2 fir il 215 200 HW BO I IX ih U- SIlt rur counter of 13 and f5 shots for l5U anti Orivtt reduction on limits amid Uuder wear Sale closes on Feb JS RIC J ARNOLD Main St Richmond Ky Telephone to No 58 or call when in Richmond at JOES Select Grocer and Caterer L W JOHNSON Livery and Feed Stable HACK TO ALL TRAINS Prop BEREA HOTEL Main Street FRESH MEAT and VEGE TABLES LARD BACON and DRESSED POULTRY M B Ramsey Main Street r WHElm ARE THE 1ESIthat arc perfect in structure Bout Not ono pair in a thousand art free from defects of some kind Some are so slight that tlw wearing of glasses ih not necessary In other cases the temporary use of- EYEGLASSES OH SIECFACLES will correct defects A test will de chic what must be done It is mndc here free of cost We carry a large assortment of eye glasses and spectacles anti can lit sim plo cases immediately TeA Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main Street Richmond Ky UTJLCIYW Colds aasla- had a terrible cold and could AyersCherrymediate reliefW Layton Sidell III coughbetonight ably For its first a cold then a cough then bron chitis or pneumonia and consumptionCoughs downward Stop this downward tendency by taking Ayei s Cherry Pec toral Three tliM V enough for an ordinary roll sw Ju1 tight fur brunchltli hoarse n lard tic f nut economical fur chronic aerdtokeep on hand J AVK1J CO rurell- xWMONUMENTS Urns Headstones Statuary Granite and Marble Work of mill kinds done in a workmanlike manner nt rea sonable prices and with dispatch AlIwotk guar anteed b- yGOLDEN FLORA RICHMOND Ky Corner ol Main Mid Colllut Street DR M E JONES tctc Dentiste Office Over Printing office Office Days Wednesday to end of the week- GARNET u HOTEL Newly Fittedup Meals Beard timid pricISecond House Richmond Ky R ENGLE Prop A J THOMPSON GROCERYAND RESTAURANT Fruits and Vegetables a Specialty Sole gint for Banner Cream Bread OPPOSITE BURDETTES MILL u HOIIlI1 11 11 111 IlI I Iol IIIIII riII rr A t I WHITE VEST Fashion says tilt uptodate mau should wear a white vest It is for all dressup occasions both day and evening for church ends parties tumid every time orplaca that requires a man to look his best 1Ours are the newest styles direct from New York and are beauti ful garments at low prices 150 TO 250Try one nothing else will so brighten up your wardrobe at such lrilliug lOt Covington ad Banks Richmond IKentucky h I 1OUTIITTEUSM H MM u 4NNs s e e 1NNNe NsHN NHNmese N- An eleganttSIDEBOARD t Will be given away by BICKNELL EARLY Next month Particular1NMN Ne4 N NNNNMN NNINNNM 1NwHNHIM INNINNNN IN I Madison County Roller Mills i iorNolII i Manufacturers Fancy Roller Flour i CornMeal Ship Stuffs Crushed Corn Etc i I Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor will be f i hard to beat i i PRIDE OF MADISON is another Excellent Flour i IIIIIIIIII- t i i Potts Duerson f iWhites Station Ky i i 11IN N N N N N N N L N N N N NN THEODORE JR I Phone Night Phone Iwill stand my registered Duroc Jersey Boar at my homo in Berea Ky for the spring season of 190U at 50 cents payablo at time of service This boar is a very fine hog gave entire satisfaction during the past season and is endorsed by some of the best breeders in the has served in ouutTacdthe Herndon IUUAltANlgu Two New Lines Added- A W Hawkes Eyeglasses and spectacles Most popular make in the U S Full line of Fancy and Plain Stationery EAST END DRUG Co t If Its From Joplins Its Good A full line of FUKNITUKE always on hand Wo invite our Berea friends to make themselves at homo at JOPLINS when in Richmond CARPETS timid MATTINGS UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY Day 73 47 66t JO SI JOPLIN Richmond Ky THE CITIZEN I I i C THE MASTERFUL GENTLEMAN OF WALL STREET AND BROAD Presldcrtf J MERICAX DEMOCRACY IN ITS IMPERIAL PROGRESS HAS FOUND ITS POWKK AND SURF SUPPORT IN Ill E CONFIDENCE AND GOOD WILL OF A MIGHTY NATION EMPHASIZED IN ITS HANKERS ITS TRADE CONQUESTS ITS FINANCIAL GAINS INTERNATIONAL PRESTIGE AND ITS WORLD SWEEPING PLANS ARE PERSONIFIED FOR THE AVERAGE OBSERVER HERE AND ABROAD IN THE MASTERFUL GENTLEMAN WHO PRESIDES IN il HIS UNPRETENTIOUS BANKING HOUSE AT THE CORNER OF WALL STREET AND BROAD The banker son of u banker is a prodigy in the eyes of scores 1ofmillions in the civilized world Hu stiuuls before the world as embodiment of all that is overwhelming and epochmaking in recent Amer Ithecommercial growth and life He is looked as the incarnation of the power of money the climax of militant wealth and Amer ican lust of commercial and industrial domin ion Yet Mr Morgan is not even incorporated Banking in this most potent and portentous r form is not a great stock company still less tanything which can be called trust It is nllrela man and his partners It is A CONNECTICUT YANKEE WHO HAS GAINED A WONDERFUL CONTROL OF WALL STREET NOT HOWEVER BY INHERITED IIICIIES OR LUCKY GAMBLING BUT BY TIlE FORCE OF HIS PERSONALITY AND HIS COMMERCIAL GENERALSHIP UNCLE SAMS PUBLIC LAND AND THE HOME BUILDERS By J D WHELPLEY of Washington IJ lIE tremendous increase in wealth resulting from the rapid settlement of the 1000000000 acres of public lund hue blinded the people of this coun try to the serious defects which have existed in the laws governing the disposalof the same NOT 100000000 ACRES OF THE r00000000 RK MAIMING ARE SUITABLE TO PROFITABLE 1 XD COM PORTABLE OCCUPATION BY AMERICAN CITIZENS UXDEU EXISTING ECONOMIC PHVSICAL AXD SO CAL CONDITIONS Every secretary of the interior for I twentyfive years past has recommended curtailment of tho laud privilege J A VAST MAJORITY OF THE LAND ACQUIRED UNDER THESE FILINGS IS FOR OTHER THAN THE LEGITIMATE PURPOSES OF SETTLEMENT OCCUPATION AND GENERAL DEVELOPMENT OF THE COUNTRY Those who are building up large land holdings in the west 4realize that public sentiment is aroused and theyare crowding in every direction to secure title to as much land as possible be fore congress takes this matter in hand The cream of the peo ples land is being skimmed each year and with less than 100 000000 acres which may be considered as reasonably possible of settlement it can be but a very short time at the present rate ofsegregation before this has disappeared and TIlE AREA WHICH CONGRESS PROPOSED TO IMPROVE FOR THE HOME BUILDERS WILL HAVE BEEX INCLUDED WITH IX TIlE BOUNDARIES OF GREAT PASTURES PRO t1 DUCING NOT A THOUSANDTH PART OF THEIR POS SIBLE ANNUAL CONTRIBUTION TO THE WEALTHt AND PROSPERITY OF THE COUNTRY Plays Are Written to PayWhy Not r By IIALL CAINE Dramatist and Novelist 1 H IS COMPLAINED THAT PLAYS ARE WRITTEN TO PAY WELL WHY NOT IS IT CERTAIN EVEN SHAKESPEARE WHEN HE WAS TRYING TO BUILD UP FOR TO TAKE BACK WITH HIM TO STRATFORD NOT CONTEMPLATE AMONG THE RESULTS OF PLAYS THAT OF DRAWING GREAT AUDIENCES TO THE GLOBE THEATER OR THAT WALTER SCOTT WHEN HE WAS FIGHTING TO PAY OFF MOUNTAIN OF DEBT DID NOT SOMETIMES CONSIDER THE i t15OOO YEAR WHICH WAS THE MATERIAL OUTCOME OF HIS NOVELS WORKINGMANSLdn IM e PROVED BY STRIKES By Bishop HENRY POTTER of New York 1 l i tr J f THAT A TUNE DID HIS A r A j C BELIEVE IN STRIKES SHOCKING AS THE STATEMENT MAY SEEM BELIEVE IN THE CONSERVATIVE VALUE OF THE ORGANIZATIONS FROM WHICH THE STRIKES COME The condition of the workiiiEinnn was never im proved until in reply to the demands ofa labor organization itself or by tho interposition of persons not interested as capitalists or laborers The real value of the labor organization is that 11 APPEARS I TO BE THE ONLY METHOD BY WHICH THE GREAT r INTERESTS WHICH SERVE THEMSELVES BESi BY YIELD S0ME I 4HAVERCONTROL i J tI k NEW LICENSING ACT lion KiiKlnml llnip to Uciluro llu uiii1irr or OrnnknrilM The comniotlon made In many circles by the cdiuiitlcn bill Ix uM iiotlilnj tin the dlNturlKincc cnuml In the Imfli liy the now Ikviislii net whlrh tone Into forte lu January UMIll says n writer In the London Mull While the ctluciitloiiiillstM believe that their bill Is the iio itiostlon of the tiny the publicans an unite oblivious to II for they lire absurtntl In mnshrlnK tin terms of nn net which linn however one thing In common with the eihuti tlun bill The one looks tq tIll tdhlulIM Instruction of the child the other ton tnhis ninny omuimtulniHiits Itmiukt to secure the imblleans ethlcnl tlura that The legislature In the new net hu dealt with the subject of druiikemuiu In a double bnrreled way It hns put additional penalties slots dmnkimU anil those who aid them and It has likewise Imposed tnmxisiMl rwpnnslbll Idles upon publicans In the fonuri claps there are sections whereby a per son found drunk and apparently Inca pjible of taking cure of himself or found drunk In charge of a young child iiiny be appivheiKUtl A habit cal drunkard may bo ordered to enter Into a recognizance for good behavior and he may be made liable to a penal ty for obtaining or attempting to ob IIcCIISltllIlrclIIlIotter the Unte of conviction Any per son procuring Intoxlratlng liquor for a drunken person on licensed premises will also bo liable to a penalty VIHIII a summons for perinltUng drunkenness the burden of proof li changed and the mire tact of the pres ence of a drunken person upon licensed premises will be prliua facie evidence of permitting drunkcniioss It will He en the llcenwd person to prove that IIP and the persons employed by him took nil reasonable steps for preventing drunkenness on the premises In order to avoid any complications In this re spat publican are advised by thulr protection society to constantly scruti nize every person In the bar ami In ev cry corner and coinpntliiiLMit of the bai and to remove nil liniMtllmontK to n clear view from behind the warmer over every purl of tin Imr IJjr the new net the flute iuv of n run on IHTSOII on the promlMH Is of Itkelt evidence of un offens- eALCOHOLICI AIRI Amoipherr In llUllllrrlm nml AVInr tnulta lulutlcullu There cyan be little doubt thnt tin air of distilleries wine nnd spirit vaults and drinking saloon west at hunts contain appreciable amounts of alco hol and the question hUll arisen ns tc whether air containing traces of alto hol would be prejudicial to health Our attention says the Lancet tins been dniwn by a corrcsiwndeut to one In stance In which deflnltc steps were tak en to ascertain whether the nil of an otllce In u wine and spirit warehouse contained alcohol lIlJO- rIt Is well known of course that where wines and spirits are stored there Is Invariably u sort of alcoholic smell and It has been stated that a walk through the cellars at the Lou don docks where large quantities of spirits are stored has at first a peculiarly stimulating effect followed by de Ares Loh and headache and nausea In the same way the stranger on his first visit to the greet sherry bodegas In the south of Spain experiences at first a decided sense of exhilaration with quickening of the pulse followed by a narcotic effect u feeling of languor and headache In the great brandy stores at Cognac again to some people the air Is sickening It Is pretty commonly asserted that publicans and barmaids experience effects from the constant inhalation of an alcohol contaminated air but their environment of course provides a com bination of unhealthy factors Accord lug to an examination wade of the air of a distillery It would appear that n less than an ounce of proof spirit or half an ounce t f absolute alcohol maybe present In live cubic feet of air It Is obvious from tills result we think allcoholsay of eight hours In such air And since the alcohol by the mwlluiu of the lungs would rapidly gain access to the circulation the conclusion must be In favor of the view that such air would lu the long run be detrimental to health French Law Again Drunkard Sitting the other day in a French cafe says a writer in the London Chron idle I noticed a placard legibly tlls played headed Luis Vor the Itepre sloe of Public Drunkenness and for Combating the Progress of Alcohol ism I procured copy of the placard and found therein certain points of in terest from the social science standpoint The law Is an old one It I dated 187273 and has appended the names of Jules Grevy A Thlcrs and E de Goulard It provides for the In fiction of a five franc fine on those who are found drunk in public places If a second offense be committed within a year of the first conviction imprison ment for a period varying from six days to a mouth may be Inflicted with a fine of from 10 to 1500 francs Sundry penalties also follow conviction at the pollee court of persons who have twice been found guilty of drunkenness Whnt the White Illbbon Did In a dining car two young men or tiered beer Presently one of them said to the other The lady In front of us has on the white ribbon Away buck homo your mother and mine ate wearing the same badge I cant drink beer In that ladys presence The beer was sent away What a tribute to the potency of the white ribbon THESCHOOL LETTER TO TEACHERS NO IV IIn nuy business mow cnu ho accomplished if there in HOIIIU shed ulo to follow This In particularly true in Itiicliiig Tlio wise tcnclic puts considerable thou anti effort upon the arrnugeniputof her dnily program There lire some hours neon val niblo in the ilny than others and this must bo taken into account lu the morn ing whoa time children are bright auil engtr tlioe lessons which are the must iinportaut and require the closest attention should he learned lull recited iu mho afternoon sad towards tie close of the tiny when the chill dren are weary and restless those which are not so ditiictilt Tho periods of work should not bo too long and should bo interspersed with exorcises that are restful and an opportunity to change position must be given especially for the smaller students Short rests coming at Ire quent intervals are better than long ones The wisdom of a Iftoen minute recess once in the foienoon and once in the afternoon may he ques miuIsession would certaiuly give greater relief Hard playing at intermission is not conducive to studying immed iately afterwards Thom again curtain exercises are good after intermis sions while other had better eonw at some ether time AH to the proportion of time that should bo given to the various branches as Arithmetic Grammar Geography and the rest the teacher clone must decide Ushe thinks Arithmetic is the most important and most ditlicult study she will give it the morning hours when the mind is most vigorous Or ifsho thinks Grammar more important than Arith metic or that it requires more atten tiou she will give it the preference iu place It may be that sonic studies should have more time than others because of their greater significance Once hawing wade a program it is best to follow it as closely ad possible It will require some effort to hear a class on the minute but the result will more than pay for the trouble- If a class knows it is to be called at a certain time it is likely to be ready Hut if it is liable to be called at al most nuy tulle it will take chances of having a few extra minutes to prepiri and thus a waste occurs The periods between recitations should be as carefully planned for study ax the others are for the classes Every pupil should know when he is to study each lesson and just how many minutes ho will have to prepare it Then he need not waste any tune Exhaust your own wisdom and then uso nil the information you can obtain from books and journals iu making the best program possible then follow it con scientiously and one great point of BUCCCXS will be in your favor J AVV DINSJIDIIB Kodo Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat DR HOBSON Dentist Special Discount to Students Richmond Kentucky n One Minute Cough Curo gives re hot in one minute because it kills the microbe which tickles the mucous mombiane causing the cougb and ut the same time clears the phlegm draws out the inflammation and heals and soothes tho affected parts One Minute Cough Curo strengthens the lungs wards off pneumonia and is a harmless and never failing cure in all curable cases of Coughs Colds and Croup One Minute Cough Cure is pleasant to take harmless and good alike for young and old for sale by East End Drug Co DUYG EarSy Risors Tho fmmmo m o pilsI THE HOME WATCH THE CHILDS BACK Nntiirn intended IIH to be erect ani mals Watch a strong vigorous child at plumy and sen how well poised is the body the elitist well up and out the heath held high tho chits in Not only dots a position add greatly to the attractive appearance ata child but to its health both present and future as well A child who sits or htands with drooping head and contracted chest does bo biKTHUHo time Muscles about his shoulders stud sock are weak Tel overcome till habit anti save him consumption iu tike future begin atI once to strenght these nuisolvs They are weak from disuse and exer lit is natures way of making a weak muscle strong First have him lie on the floor that on his back Thou without moving the head let him lift thj shoulders anti elitist as high ns he can sonic five or six times Then have him turn his stomach and without using his hands raise the body from the waist up the seine number of tim w Then with both arms extended straight the palms on the floor have him lift first our arm thou the other then lx th together without lifting the head Swinging by the arms will also develop weak chest miHcles Such n child should be nncoiirug d to play hall and other vigorous garni III which the arms are much in use A little timo spent by tho mother now III trainingthn child in good both ily habits may save her much time iu watching by a sick Lied Hand Training Will every wow u who reads this please rai e her haul smith lake a good look at itT Whether white and soft or rough and work hardened it is a most wonderful instrument capable of a greater variety of movement of more delicacy of touch than any ma chine ever invented Perhaps some of you do not know that not a movommit of the hand ran be made without the brain acts also that time slightest movement of tin little finger means n tnomnuct of time brain And just as Muscles tee strengthened by action so also is time brain Training the haul to do in also training the brain to acttin two must go together Mothers nay do much in this train hug of mind and hand during these long winter evenings by teaching the children to sew to knit to weave to braid tents or to mnke baskets cud use tools JKNNII LESTKK HILL THE FARM IFORESTRY NOTES Bv GUAMMAU SCHOOL Purius Through time winter term Prof Mason has been giving weekly lec tures on forestry to time grammar school pupils of the Model Schools and the following are extracts from notes on these lectures taken by some I of tho pupils in attcmlKnce You no doubt have been in n forest I and noticed that in very dry times the lenses ttnd twigs in contact with the soil am moist anti occasionally you t fluid a small spring of water and lit tin brooks too running in till seasons t of the y nrTho trees are factors iu retaining this mb Ml tiro for a time Time spongelike soil soaks full of way ter the roots of the trees the shrubs and the loaves are also holding back the water Then it begins to How out gradually anti continues to How din tag the dry senHou This is a great benefit to till liekU which surround the forest Hussit Hoakiss Magof is used to make paper ndifor use as building mnterinl bHitl all the minor products thu forests give namely bark tirpantine tar sugar dyes nuts anti fruits CLAUDE DcBAfM Lexington Ky We eau hardly imagine tho useful ness of the beautiful tress we sire story tiny Wo do not take the care that Should lit taken of them If all tin valuable timber that was burnt by lhr old pioneers was hunt now it would be worth mom thou time laud Thorn are JtjOOQO tailors of railroad in the United States alone and about ii7t0 ties to the mile wh oh makes 702000000 titll in time railroads of tits United Status If it had not boon for- the forests there could not hate been built n tiugln mile ELUcH Tuour SON L vel Green Kockcnxtlu county In Germany wool coss shout ten times what it does hers It U said that in America weal will cost M much as it dues in Germany withu fifty years AH wood is so Hcaivi nil costly iu Germany it cannot be used so freely for telegrnpli and telephone and railroad tics Velum n tie or a tale Is put to use there it noakod in n pre paration which maketi It lost about twic + ns lung it would otherwisu LHMXTOS Lewis B rea U IIIi j J CitizenIFIFTy t 1is How do you spend your money Are you Having it in n way to receive mibilanllal benefit Are you laying aside Hoiiiotliing for a rainy dnyT If not you will never have n letter time to 1IKUI than now To get quickly aUrted begin the Pithiest way coniu to The Berea Banking Company Arid open nn account Do not wAit for a burr Mum for it may never corns just dcpxlt what Imro to spars no mutter how small the IU11Ullt Ve will gladly nsslttt you iu gettingI i Berea College Founded 1855 PLACES TUg BEST EDUCATION IN REACT OK ALL Over 40 Teachers and 900 Students from 26 States Largest College Library in Kentucky NO SALOOftSro up 0 Applied Sclonctt Two Course with agriculture for young men and Domestic Science for young Lndio1 f Trndo Schools Ccrpentry Printing Housework Nursing two years Normal rournen For Teachers Three courses lending to county Certificate State Certificate andjstuto Diploma Academy Course Four years fitting for College fur business and for life College Courflen Literary Scientific Cla acul leading to Baccalaure ate degrees JHimlc Choral free Reed Organ Vocal Piano Theory We are here to help nil who will help themselves toward a Christian edu cation Our instruction is a free gift Students pay a small Incidental few to meet expenses of the school apart from instruction and must also pay for board in advance Expenses for term 12 Weeks may be brought wltlilu I24 00 about 15 to bo paid in advance The School is endorsed by Baptist Christians Disciples Congregation alists Methodists Presbyterians and good people of all denominationsV Fir id tUnu tk WILL C JAABLE Berea Madison County Ky 4a Subscribe for the pitizeijr I THE C TIZENJ I i1HE SUNDAY SOHOOL LESSON IX FIRST QUARTER INTER NATIONAL SERIES MARCH Test lit till Iu vlf ivlll ai lu ill Mrinuri Vrrr 4Ufluileli- ieat lukr ii II Ciiiminulnrj Irr pnrrd l y llrv II It ttlmrniI- sjtewrlfht IWi tjr American Irrn Aitorlttlon- H And a eertalu Jew named Apollo turn ut AlrxunJrlj an rloijuenl man nnil mighty In the Horlpturrn ROle to Kjihr UI After 1uulM eluhteeu inuiithx nt Cor lit h III Mnrteil till Syrlii tiikliiK Irli rllln ninl Aitillu with him no fur ut KphcHtiH where hi kft thcin uud wont vn to leriixiileiii ybaeiura unit thence In Autloeli After Home time be ttlnrtett on din third inli tiimry tour KoliiB tliruiiKli Jnluilu iintl riirwji alfllitlIlIIUI the illridiilex iiml In duo lluif we uluill came again to KliiifNUH The one great thliiK MiiUl of AftolliM whom uc Uiiliitanie we make lu thU wrap Is that he wan mighty In the Scripture and It It could have been mlded illled with till Spirit there could be nothing Kfuuter mild Zi Till inflI Instructed In the wig ut the Kurd mid being fervent In tli Hplrll he pake nnd taught UlllKiitly tint Ilihigi of III lArd knowing only the baptism of John lie wan tilled with what he knew and did the dent he could with what he tutu urKliu people to repent turu to CIM and Urine forth IIII1JI worthy of repentance luke 11 3 It wai all good and real tar It went and muh an oarzIvMt faithful w fkir U sure of inure Unlit tar lsIo heart wan whole toward Uotl stud on UIialf lIt inch Ood will surely nhow iflin olf trout II Ohrou xvi SV Whom WhetS Agullu sod huil heard thry look htm unto lIIIItIIII eii ounded unto hint the way of ptrfrrtly They toast duuhtlei been really tnilKil by Iuul at Corluth stout now the tort able to hfl Ajwllon front Alexumlrlit fco Alexandria III Kgypt iiiAVtirTuth or rathir Italy romp IIIIJtIIIIr ut Cpheauw on the Lords IIIJIII nuil thus U worku lending llln Uie riiifrii hither and thither stoat iaUVHilrUte 0 meet and touch for mu tual IfeueOt III liii nervlre It a great and eoiiifortliiir truth that III Vukl plejiiturt which 116 hath purposed lullluiiclf ever MIIC wroiiKht 0111I after Ito couu el of lila own will tl I II and there li terfcvt peace to sill who abide In that will May we be an really to help other na were Irls villa and Aililla stool teaehahle ax ApOllO I Ji Who when hr wui comt helped them much which ImJ Wllevrd through grILl for lit mightily convlhcul Otis 3ewa alid thit publicly shewing by the Horlp lUlU Umt JUII li lit Vltli letters from rlolIUphenu AmlloH lsuaiedon to Corinth tlllrtrcaute of the Increased light rlh1ItbrdUKii IrlNdlla and Aqnllii bide prominent teacher and after rwanl a great friend of Paul Set I Cor 12 III I 5 II I Iv svl JJ Tit III la lInt both he and Paul would have us undiTHtand that who ever the teacher taught br Iud alone could do the work to tie done have planted ApolloH waternl but flod gsn I the lucteane f Cor III JO ala I 1 11ft v yp rcrlvr the Duly Ohoit slnev 71 brllrnl And they islo unlo him We hat not 0 much a hrard wlsther tlirr ix nv Tloly niio We do not read of any renult from PauIM iPktlmony at KpheitiN or hU wits rant except that they wished him to tarry lonjfer chapter xvlll HI 20o but now through the preachltii of AlMtl 1 los and dnuhtleNN by the help of Prix 4cilIa and Aip illa he ilndu on his roluni 4to 1phemiN that nome have believed but they have not beets aueht alxiut i the Holy Spirit and they would there fore lt lacking power In llulr liven There are many belleverN now who ninnlfeit the Name great lUCk for while every believer has IMTOIUC a temple of the Italy JhoM I for vl Hi W It a different thlnj to be IllletJ with the Splrjt an the Ins from root In top mot twig lllletl with tap or the whole bnly U tilled with lilotMl even to the of llnKcra anil tow 3 AnsI he iId unto thrm Unlo what wff y e thru baptized And they iild Unto Joln tinptUm The Holy Spirit testlflen of Christ stood Klorlllei Christ John xv Jit xvi U but probably these tllHlllllu wore like many church member In our own day with whom the Holy Spirit neeiuM to acconfpllHh little or hotliliij betatiKe the worot of Jod IOPH not dwell In thesis richly Col Ill 10111111 they poem never to have heard much It ahythlnir abmit the Holy Spirit Air will ac knowledge that It a tilts to be drunk ICII wltli wine hilt not ninny count It it alto not to be lllletl with the Spirit yet sec Kph v 18 67 When Paul hud Uld hU lmnd upon Ihtm the Holy Ohoit came on them nut Ihey puke with tongue and prophesied Compare II Ii Iv 31 x 4 40 unit note nil throiiKh thli book tie Spirit1 plaiy In the church how all accom pllshinl by Him In the name of the Loru Jesus and nothtiiK without Him There can bo no hindrance on loots part to any believer toeing fllUjl with the Spirit for ilolM Inure wIlting to give the Spirit to those who ask Hint than pareutM ore to KV Rood UjlhKN to dhelt children Luke xl lit The hiss 1rtlrntseo munt be In that we In HOIIIR l jwny usW amiss or do not soak In faith ins Iv 0 or do toot seek with the whole heart Tlr xxlx 13 or are uot wllllnt to be tilled because not X1ll1ulo to have ills will wrought III III 1lt pray honestly PH cxxxlx 2l 21 sad Itwill toot fall to show the tilt flculty He also will wake ui HU will I lug people lu the day of IIi power PI cX3J 1 lMckamauGatANO04tTC Copyrlubt 19M by American Pr u Auoct tlonJ = = aN For liravcnH Fnkc my boy wlirro have you been and what arc you fining horc Thu battle will open MIOII apiln thin ltusnto bog I wnndiT It hasnt IitllIed nlreaily You must ct back all thoit war u lIIjlrIWell lukcy you aro a FoMier thiitri n taut anti Im not UNkou Ill Kit cachycrrd ben away Ihout nny furlnuKh Wheroi Wiial I lliort Id KO u wo Hour aforu Iii tight OM I mtiiightnt bov mi chancu after it I inoui ht git killinl n then wouldnt his nu good nohow llavoyou neuu hurl Yas And Laura ho started up YaH And you told lien PHUMH 111I lots iuetlmift lbs dreaded to know how hU wlfo haul to reived thu tivwi Iclihu condumn him with thu rent Jnkey put IsIs hand in thu jMicket of bin coat and took out n nurd on which IIIrIdrank in tliirntlly till it KUgstste- dilark ho exclulme Kudihnly for llufiu you muxt win back your tlUrl Hockon him uim ud liko to tor hear y talk thet away put In Jakey fym pathetically Jakejr Im nchaiiKexl susan I feel that I to iiiivu n clmnco to vindicato mynelf on the Held today For two days I linvu been tlKhtiiiK In the ranlm I havo hud oiioIa private opportunity anil that III to furnish material for tho acritlro dfinnnded by tho gout of war vrhllo th gosh only Hinllcn on those who lead thu victim Today today Somepnll tutu up hot y but Come wo ninut gut homu breakfast 11110IberlandGolii to n roup of noldirrd near by from wlioMi rampflro emanated bite plru illiK talon of haIlIng colToci thu two asked and received breakfast A fox liunj over thou valley of thu ChickamatiKa which kcrvened tho two arnilt fnim eikch other Mnyimrd nod Jakey Nvrru ignorant of their furrouiul itiKN n iiundnxl yard distant to they uiunchcd heir hard tack and nwal lowed butt cofte quIte willing to bo theyItirlltl 1Jlow did you flail me Jakry nik IKllhu IWIIIIrIWnal ast n good many fojen n IKIIIO of Vm know wliar y war Hoist dark liotoo doitoo o th 11111oC tli old brluade our brigade that knew y Ho was nlrllln how y went with ill u charKu They toll llknl toi hov do thutnwny list him soar I moii foul y u ho nckonnl hn Mir y up thin way So I kcm n found y ThetNnll AN lots HniAhfd Maynnrd cxclnlmed Look Tho fog haul nuddunly lifted Thry Wino on n rldKO which had fort tied during thou ought tint works resem bling a horseihov Thvlr lxit hut was on tint left ldoof thu hUll nnd com II lit I n vlow up bloc Chattanooga iiind which ran directly north from vlien they Were Thuru n hurt iVl taiui east- of thu snail and overlapping bloc Union left tho lifting mint rcveakd n linn of Confiiltantu groty As Maymird sMiku with a hhout tiny ruslnsl forward utid tOlkof Ihl prio they liad been trying to grasp Tar two dayd Tlicy Vcroi hotWIl1I lisa Inlon army and Clout tanoo Lcnvln Jakoy wlaro they wcru nnd iiiNtrucliiiK him to Ktay thero till ho nhould return Maynanl went down to take baud in thu fight Hu found n dead noldicr whoso mtinkct mid car tridgn box Iso suited and punhiiiK on to tho II no of llrinp took jHwition with ail infantry rcfdiuunt Tho onciny nnsup porte verodrivnnfrom thus ChattaiKxi Ka road to n rlduo near by whero tIny linltiil and gave their puoucrH n de iwr ato fluht Then tho regiment to which Muynard hoot stilled hlniMilf was order td to imotlior part of tho hId and ho went with them PnssliiK IhrouKh a thick Iro of bullotK which wcro mingled with tho larger inlxsilex of cannon ho encountered n sIght that ban xoldom bcIIII1I on thu haIti of hattie Crouch ing under a Jog was n little girl about 8 yoaw old who having got cnliRht in among tho diKputantx was right in tho liildnt of li battletleld JInyiiurd never forgot tho contrast between tlio tlrrIJllll child and tho unnurciful Kcones stun romidliift her Belilf it Volunteer ho wai under sit inanH ordcru except IM ho cluwo to blnij theist Falling out of tho rank ho wrnt to tho child took hoer up in his drum and while bullotH pinginl about the111 and Hholls FcrcccliQd above them carried her to tlio rear to wheru ho liad let t1s1Tey IlVre Takliy ho said KcttiiiK her down by tho boy Its timo you have n sweetheart Ive brought you one She comes to you from tho foul of lint tlo and probably wont stand any non sense So you uitiRt treat her with proper deference Qollyl exolnlmwl tho boy equnr ing himself before tho weeping girl with lila hands in Isle pocket Take her to that house down bore and watt till I conic that Is It over come and If I dout tell my wlfu to lookout for tills lllue onu and if noceH fury provldo for loin I iniiKt go There is hard lighting nt tho front Jakey took the little girl by tho and led her away wldlo Maymird over to tho KOiilli xlopu of thu rldgo to Mu what was going on at tlio right Htniotl lug on an emlnencu hu looked down on tho contending linen toward thu Ol1lhIrite was now standing midway between lion horizon am the meridian Tho day load thus far goose without any especial advantage on either Mile Find ing tho left strong till Confederate com mander was making troops on thu right of tho hut of blue Muynard could bee them marching into ignition fur a gl gnntlo elTon Thuru win it iiKtmcntnry lull In till firing oto thu rigid nnd Miiymird thought that from a distance hu caught thou faintest Miund of church tall It migRt liitvo lc ii fanny Cllr eoitgregnt lotos ioitiiII not Ixt likely to meet near II and tint continued rotor in Iso center mid left would likely havo prevented hell taliiK heard At nosy rate it tmililenly iKcurred to him that it wan Sunday morning Sunday mornlngl What a contrast between that stout other Sunday morn ings hu had passed It wan near II oclock tho hour when peopltt wero us cembllng for worship nnd he pictured thu neatly dressed throng moving to church while bells wero ringing in thu belfries All over thu broad land con gregat boss wero assembling unmindful of thu Mtrtiglo that was going on ntI Chlckamanga Tho enemy wero moving to thu attack As Mnyiiunt glanced toward thou Union Hose to wu if it was in condition hu HHW a division taco to the left total tagin march in Tear of another divlKlou leav IniS its placo in tho lino u defenseless yawning trap Grout heavens Sonic ono Ions blullI dcred Haiti lobackl Great God whit are you ulnlotgpxuld hear him ut touch a distance IWho olioy him if heard Oh tho agony of a sight like that To see men inarching smut only to their own destruc host hoist destruction of their com ratios duubtle s of thu whole army and without thou iiower to pruveut them Oh for n battery with which to lire smoke over that dcathtiap tnconcoal It Oh dully cjclitlmed the liny for a cyclone to blow dust iu tho eyes of thdso onfederatMl God grant that thu stupidity which prevails in war may Mizo thoo houtliern generals now that they may soot reap this offered advan tage May they bo blinded God this Is lerrlblultparing to nmrrli through It Tliero ga Hear flioso ciioorsitat rebel tlllYI Theyre near It Theyre In it Our otto breaking on the right of thu Thero goes u regimpnt n whole brllu lojon thu lift heavens how thosa COal but forward Its a Kplundid If they tire Confederates They know its nil up with ti4 Thu wholo right of the nriiiy in giving way broken scat teiini pullmull over thou Held chased by thou southerners pouring volley upon volley after them Stop anil rally Not No otto could rally troops on the breast of Niagara Out thururi a crumb of ollmforlI thosu men nearest this way are bending bank like wrought Iron They aro not break bog 00011 Theres faint hnpa for thu left Hut 0 Lord whats tho left with tint right and center And now comes a IOIIOIwhich iniiHt always monument of licrolo endurance in limo great cemetery of wlirtJlU Rpectaoltt of an urmy ono half routed goose driven r1luulllllllthan halt u day n force against thou wholo load found it difticult to con total Standing in thou center of the horseshoe the fortification of which hole wisdom has constructed during tlio night General Thomas intent upon guiding thai troops of lila own corps with no word from his commander in chief for n tlmu not knowing or least not admitting that thu army is litI all thou rnltis that govern tho science war defeated Igoc on fighting as hero is but one Army of tlio Cumber land and that composed of the troops under command The right put to Might tho Confed crates prcparo to crush the remainder thu nnny All around tho horseshoe they gather their forces and hurl thorn against thou blue coats Tho first onset titus Then must bo another A second waves goes rolling on omit dnslies against thu logs behind which the one hrniud Army of tho Cumberland is fixed It recedes without soaking n breach It will need moroNuchwaVes con tnllt ly beating surf Surely that curve with Hanks bent almost in a circle utmost touching cannot be called n lino of bat tle It may bu a curve of battle but how can such u curve stand aeahist the Wholo Army of thu Tonneseo But lois curved array ot bayonets Is too tough to bo broken la frolih It must be taken in flank There is a rldct jllMt beyond thu right licelut that liorKCHhoe It has boots abandoned by tho Unionists No cow fieums to know why Climb up Confederates fceln this ridge It commands tim Union right Ouco firmly lodged hero you cato ham inor them unmercifully And thIS gray coats do olimb thu ridge olid dragartijlery with them S Isle uncn commander sees tliem aim at n glancodiFcerns that without a force to drive bout from it lust army is lot Theru Is no such force Kvery man is engaged nnd necdeil where In Is Tho generals brow is knit nnd hits fqunro month ets even mum firmly tunis b fnru Thero is II cloud of dust rising over thoro to time north general nod men marching under IIlIalll an aid I wonder who they are It makes a great difference to the houmlod general whether they nro friends or enemies Hn looks anxiously in tho direction pointed out by lois aid and orders him to reconnoiter this un certain eoltimn Tho nfllcer rlilen fur ward to a point whero hu can got a good vlow draws rein dismounts and cllmli Ing a fence brings t fleldghiss to tsr mi the advancing tnxiH They nru far from him Tliejvant eovend with 1111t- nnd their lags aro furled o that ho orIMniitiim for thu trixipsdefuilding them stiltis iso lImo iiorsuhtx If they nru blue they may servu as n forlnrnhopo on thu ridgo cot ii itsaimul iii g t lou Union right Tho aid nut only sttstIisotu troop hoot the troops NO thu nJdVTlipy too wonder if hi Is blue orgrav Ntlthotr mil toll hut from his position they pus pert him to wear MIll At any rate they assumti that hu disw S sub toot ly every Slag is tinfiirled dis playing thu stirs and stniliss Kiiougli Mounting his hum lilt soul rides over tlm ground between him and t iou head of thu advancing columu Who unit timtsto troops The lint ilivislon of thou reserve corjw Posted nt tho opening of the strnpplit to guard a bridge across thu ga thu extreme north of ChJcoklllltiln1 held witli orders to hold nnls this ilvisiou had listened to thus Founds df lighting with out firing a shot Tho Confederates hpd madu u crowing without tiing thu bridge watched nud thu division was a useless guard On Sunday morning its commander chafing at inaction yet dreading ISo consequences that might occur thu blamu attending u disobedi ence of orders determined to hum thu rid and march to the relief of com RtdiM whom hu divined wero being hard pressed iatherliig liisprincijil ntllriT in a church near by ho announced to ihciu what he proposed to da Thu little church unused at that hour of that holy day to anything more vigorous than a minister pounding thu pulpit or tint trains of Old Hundred nmg with thin assenting acclamations of coldinrs Marching through Holds of yellow corn guided only by a dUtant but cost tinuous soar thu division each moment lessened tItus distanfu between it and thu urmy whtwo fate hunx on its quick com ing Thu direction taken lest thrIll to ward thu north stubof thou hoi eshou and the rear of tlju Confederate First a mall body of COli t1IlI rat cavalry guarding a hospital weru met These were easily scattered and tlio column moved on Striking the Chattanooga road thu division marched on down It There wero heights to east and on these were guns It was plain to thou gunners that the advancing column was a rescuing column They opened fire to delay it The Union troops did tint heed illllHlrlnllttllut they wero marching directly in Iou of thou Confederate linn Filing to o right through an orchard stood omit fields Ixivoiicl thtty tattoo to a point whore thou tutu outline of thou troops engaged could be seems through thu overhanging clouds of smoke Thu reserve halted in a idol butween thu two taut flanks tho two hoechst of tho liorseshou CHAPTER XXV KTORMINU TUB ItIIlHoJMark Mayuard was standing holding Madue by tho bridle surveying the bat tletleld He heard n gun tired from thou crest of the ridgu important to both armies Ho lurllllllIIlIl caw tho nholl It MMit whirl in a spiral ncreeoliing above Ilho heads of two oillcers evidently of rank standing in a field near the center of the hortshoo One of them a large massive man ho recognicd as General Thomas The other was the commander of the newly arrived divi sion As JIaynard looked the latter rodo rllIas for months Indeed hu had met him hut i few times ninco tho days when lie was thou generals favorite scout Ito memberlng his disgrace he was about to go away not caring In his altered eon dition to meet time man for whom of IIlII tho army hu felt tho greatest fever the general turned before ho could do no and looked in direction It was too latu to go away unobserv ed and Maynard felt a desire to discov er if theru were not something totter all In this great soldier great that hu could afford to give him n kind word Ho walked toward hu spot where tho general ntond What are you doing here my man said Slits commander of toll bone was left of Slits Army of the Cumberland sternly seeing thu liegrimcd Maynard in privates uniform and not recogniz him WilY aro you not with your regiment I Imo no regiment general Your troop then I imvo no troop I am not n sol dier Who sire you- MhrkMalone The Htcrnncs on tho generals taco ulifjhtly relaxed Ah Colonel May nard Pardon me I did not recognize you No general I was Colonel May nard Isilos now u private cith IIi I would bu glad to assume my old scout lug name Mark Malono al heard of your misfortune I re gretted it doubly remembering your nervico4 when you weru scouting Yes generaL Thou my services load some value I was fitted for a scout A ipy You thought I was fitted for oinenr netter ami advanced me II was vain enough to think you ni12t did not know myself As a spy needed no conscience I wu s toot Huli ervient to any principle When as a hrijiadu com nianiler I Was obliged to choose on high er ground I failed in thu choice I have proved my coif unworthy of your coosti deuce I havu sunk to tIme level from which I started The general did not reply Ho was watching the newly arrived division getting into position You connived nt tIme escape ofa spy I think ho naid prrscntly Worse I assisted in that escape A wninan wan dm not Slit was general II in It isnt a pleasant task In shoot a woman Yet a Koldier must do duty Maynard did not reply Colonel theru is going to bo n weak spat there I would like you to go and MO that that gap is closed My KtatT are all away as you te duty Alii Never mind They sire marching by thios lank I sea Now Itnll rigId He was intent upon the forming of thu line thaI for u moment Maynard thought hu hind forgotten lois presence Who was this woman the general asked presently You remember when I went to Chat tauooya to bring jou information of UHIXKS movements to Kentucky I met a Confederate tofileerit Captain Fht- iI1tsglilooo twice gave my life Yes yts remember Theyrostand ing well down there in lie center and with so little ammunition Theyll get their new cartridges presently from those brought by tint reserve division Tint ammunition comes as opportunely as the men Theyre making a good fight every whrre nliserved Maynavd Let me see You stay you Wont tall ed upon to shoot a woman Situ was Home relative to this Captain Now Colonel iitz Hugh A sister That made it pretty hard for you colonel Hut n soldier must do lust duo ty Have thou Confederates po esslon of that ridge general They have And are our men going to retake It Theyre goinx to IrOJ Maynard bwept his eye over tins push tion They must take it Thou general shot II quick glance at thou 111rad1100iccr soii think it important Thu fate of this part of an army it cant called u whole one depends upon Iomn nro right colonel Wu must take thud ridgu or Itcfnro nightfall Ill flying over this field like thou right aud center or what is worse be captured This is toot tim first time I have observ ed that your eye is made for war Maynard bad becomu engrossed that ho did not hear Hu almost forgot his chiefs presence I havent a command to lead up that hill but I havu arms to carry a musket Ill go III the ranko wheru Ive beets since thu fight began and he started in thou direction of tutu reserve Stay colonel II called iho general Maynard turnout and walked back to wheru thou general was standing He waited for him to speak further but he did not Minutes passed while Mav nard watched the absorbed commander who in turn was watching thou line form big below Colonel Maynard ho said at lat do you see that regiment down there It seems to bu short of oflicers So far as I can judgu from its movements no 0119 is in command I shall IIIIVU to make an infantryman of you though you are of tho cavalry Go stout lead that regi ment In thou attack about to bu made on tho rldlClII But general There Is no time for buts sir 111m a civilian with no right to command You are in the service till the hill big of the court that condemned you has been approved toThln to an aid who rodo up at that moment Cap tain go with Colonel Maynard and place him in command of that regi ment pointing And let there be no mistake If thu order is questioned nay that the exigencies of a critical moment demand that it be obeyed Maynard tried to speak grateful words that rose to lois lips lout either he could not or he saw that the general eye had caught it now point of danger aud was absorbed in U Mounting Madge ho rode away with the stuff otii cur There was wonder on the facts of the Olsen who saw a now commander in thu uniform of a private of cavalry put tem porarily in place to lead them For n moment a murmur rail along thou line limit some ci recognised htioioomou who knew lois ttle andwotd was passed Vlts thou cavalryman Colonel May nard None cared nt that critical moment for lois recent trial so long as there was onu at their head who could lead them in what they nil saw must a desperate effort Amid thu incessant thunders that burst everywhere around the lino of that horseshoe curve of battle Is oils placo where there is no tiring It is at the ridge where men tits forming at its baso fur n desperate attempt and on its top others nre preparing to receive with lead enough to tench them thou fntil ifyof so presumptuous a move All Is ready Thou linn is formed Soy entyllvu hundred men tore about to push toward thu realms of death and n lar ger proportion of them uro to oboIsT theru At the word Forward thou skir mishers movu out into till thicket that covers thou side of thu disputed ridge followed thou regular battle hut suIt climbing the hill together Glance thou eye along the linn There is tint officer mind intent on keep ing his men up to the trying work Ufcro beau rise oftlcer intent in keeping him self steady before thu eyes of thu huts hu leads Then are the tacos iu tim ranks nbst of them if uot all stamped with a serious cast a dread under control with the thought of each that in n few iniuutoH Iw may bo lying pierced by a bullet or maimed by a shell A few theru are whoso remarkable physical burro or in whom a natural excitable temperament gives thom an appearance of exhilaration but Hiich are often thu most depressed just before they are well in the light While the line of blue climbs tho Bldo of tho ridge all in quiet nooca quiet that brings ft suspense harder to bear than a scattering fire It promifcs n tempest when it comes And it comoH soon Fruits a concealed line near tlm tpp suddenly there II a myriad of ex plosions Kvery inifsllo known to war is sent down to stagger that liluo hue Thu first crop of human flesh lies under the reaper TO U COxTXIflJXDJ The Strength of the coffee you buy adds to its value in the cu- pLion Coffeeco- mes to you fresh and of full strength always in sealed airtight packages coffees lose their strength deteriorate in flavor and also gather dirt Calformltr Irsihi mt fall trncth ii Iniarta to IOn ot Lion Coffee A Wak Slmnurli Causes a weak body and invites list ease Kotlol Dyspepsia Cure cures anti strengthens the utomacb and wards off and overcomes disease J K Taylor a prominent merchant of Chriftiiuan Tex says I could not out because ofa weak stomachs I ItMt till strength and run down in wei lrt All that money could do wits done but all hope of recovery vatm6hixl Hearing of some wonder tnt cures effected by use of Kodol I concluded to try it The first bottlu bouciitted me and after taking four bottles 1 nin fully restored to lilY us ual strergth weigH and health For sale by Last J2nd Drug Co Canvasser WantedIto sell PRINTERS INK advertisersIdollars a year It teaches the science and practice of Advertising and is highly by the most successful advertisers in this country and Great c o in mission allowed Address IKLNTKRS1 INK 10 Spruce St New York Necessary Expenses for Twelve Weeks School Perrons who board themselves mu spend a much or little as they choose on living expense It pay to have a little extra money fonlect tibooki and ntbeMhlnts flub the iicrewary 1eIUiCII1l only a follows To pay the flnt Jar now nn IADIU HAM School Incidental Fee M 50 Ex Ho Fee JS IIIM Books etc about 2 00 2 w Oeneral Deposit 00 l Knrnkhrd Koomfiifl 6 Ui First Mouths Board S uu 5 Living It 00 during the term peuws ijmudji i Begluning 2t Mo Board S 00 1 00 Beginning 3d Mo Board o 00 5 W 28 f 0 00 Oenl nitreturned 100 00 Total Kxpenae 18 Weeks 87 CO 87 For those IwlowJA Urammnr deduct the fi for booki and It from Incidental fee making the otal only IAGo When four girls room together each sates li or moro on room ud fuel making the tola oiiljr 48SO If clawcd blow Grammar KiNim and fuel cost onus dollar more lu the Winter term Two rooms for housekeeping with stores etc ran unmlly be rentud for from It 1016 a term The price of a bit calr n little tanlmrW ur a fw hoiupun bedcovers will give term or school which will chance uue whole life for th btterl ONE MINUTEOno Minute Cough Cure gives relief In minute because it kills the microbe which tickles the mucous membrane caus ing the cough and at the same time clears the phlegm draws out the Inflammation and heals and soothes the affected parts One Minute Cough Cuts strengthens the lungs wards off pneumonia and Is a harm less and never falling cure In all curable cases of Coughs Colds and Croup Ilranculafloadurfnesecured a bottle of One Minute Cure and cave bIT three doses hilt an hour apart The creup wu mastered and cur little dirllnc peedJly recovered rorIPr partby It Or OcVyiTT St CO CH- ICAGOCROUP 1M 411THECITIZEN t IIN NH I NNHNN f LOCAL AND PERSONAL I D N Welch was in Louisville Sat urday on business llal Pointer and his three children all have the measles visitingSAunt Eliza Duusou is feeling quite well for one of her age She is more than 100 years old Mrs Overstreet of Camp Nelson if here caring for her daughters Bessie ulid Sophia thiough siege of measles Rev T It Heed held services at the First Baptist church of Bores i colored Sunday with a goodattend ance Mrs Emma Duncan has returned to her home in Cincinnati after a two Fiweeks visit with her aunt Mrs P J Pauley Mrs C L Hanson left today for Celina 0 where she will make aa extended visit with her mother and other relatives and friends I Sunday was Washingtons birthday but according to custom Monday was tconsidered a legal holiday The post was closed a portion of the I dayS E Welch Jr has removed his East End grocery stock to his big toro in the West End Mrs A T Fishwill occupy the vacated room f with a stock of millinery The baptism of thirtyseven young at the Tabernacle last Sun 4iday was a solemn and impressive sight The hearts of all Christian b- erswere made to rejoice Messrs Kelley Walden and Willie Dalton went to College Hill Tuesday afternoon to attend the marriage of Mr Waldens brother Willis to a Miss Taylor of Waco They returned i Wednesday evening What our friends say of TilE CITIZEN We cant get along without it I A appreciateand J D Oldham No 4f3 S Main t street Springfield Mo Mrs H bI Jones has gone this week to Bloomington Ill where she will snake an address before the Illinois Stntn Farmers Institute in ses- sionr at that place She will also make daily demonstrations in cooking Little Marchie McCullom was tak 1ento the Baptist Orphans Home at Louibvillo Friday night On the way i he was under the care of W S Por ter who happened to be making a business trip to Louisville at that time Norman Frost accompanied by his mother Mrs W G Frost went to Cincinnati last week where Norman was placed under medical care at Christs Hospital On Monday he underwent a surgical operation for ap pendicitis which was entirely succes p ful and all symptoms point to his speedy recovery The regular address to the students and public at the Tabernacle next Sunday night will give place to Rev 11 J Derthick and his mission class when something of the life and work of the various missionaries studi- edi will be presented by members of the class The townspeople are urged to be present as far as possible Next Wednesday night at the Tab ernacle will occur the closing exercises of the winter term of Berea College participated in by members of the B Rhetorical Class Presidents of the United States will be the gener al theme of the evening each partic ipant characterizing his favorite pres ident All are cordially invited The Baptist church of Berea on Thursday night extended an unani 1mous call to Rev J M Bruce of Lancaster to becomo their pastor Rev Bruce preached at tho church three nights of last week It is sincerely hoped that Mr Bruce willac cept tho call He is a minister of 25 years experience and was formerly president of Glasgow College Milton W Brown gave his lecture The Superfluous Man last Monday night at tho Tabernacle to an appre ciative audience Mr Brown shows hiuisblf to be a man of keen observa tion of wido experience and acquaint l ance with men with a deep insight into laws of success in life His lee tutu was enlivened throughout with t bright wit and brim full of wise and stimulating suggestion NOTICEiAll persons having claims against notifiedIthe first Tuesday in May as heretoJ fore N B Tunrix J M C C r r t N1N NNN N N1 rCORRESPONDENCEI I JACKSON COUNTY SAND GAPIW A Powell ways ho buys moro bridles than any men in tho county D R Hurley is going to move off of A P Gabbards place to the old Ballard place Boyd Standafur has a bad time carrying the mailJacob Uollard who has been very sick is better now Brouce Powell wbo has been off on a trip has roturnedI KERBY KNOB Mrs Jane Sparks has recovered The creeks are again far out of banks This is a goods ason for the logging businessMiss Mary Sparks is visiting Miss Viola ClickTho Long Branch schoolwill close this weekI Mr Robinson of Berea was in our neighborhood recently buying po- ultryJ Hale is having now buildings erected airs L Williams is having quite a hard time with her rheumatism while nursing her aged mother lrsI bIertywill probably come byway of Louis ville and lay in a now supply of goodHI for his fathers storeMrs Sparks visited at her uncle D M Clicks last week Little Maud Hale has been very ill of fever but is re coveringMrs Gavhart and her daughter are somewhat bettor than at last reportDr C B Daugherty has returned from his trip out Vest D M elicit went to Berea lust Saturday returning on Sunday afternoon Miss Maiy Parks has come buck from Hamilton 0 where she has been vis- Iting her sisterin law W Hatfield stayed over night at his fathers here and went on home the next morning for a short stay with his family at Bo rOIl Rev Gritliu filled the pulpit of tho Christian church last Sunday morning Tom Itmucs was killed last week by Mr Lakes They had bought some whiskey and were returning about 11 oclock Friday night when Lakes shot Isaacs Ho fell into the snow where he remained all night Lakes is said to have gone tho next day to give himself up to the officers ROCKCASTLE COUNTY ROCKFORD Robert Graves of Livingston call ed on Miss Tillie cook last Saturday and Sunday An evangelist will preach at West Scaffold Cane church Friday Feb2tMr and Mrs W R Stephens Sr and little son John visited T C Viars and daughter last Sunday Robert MtCollora of Little Clear Creek passed through here on his way to Davis Branch last Sun day There wjll be service at Mace Ionia church Saturday and Sunday conducted by Rev J W Lambert J P Northern is very illaf present Roads are very bad in this locality owing to the heavy snow that fell last weekMiss Myrtie Linville visited her aunt Mrs Rich last Sunday and was accompanied home by her cousin Bertha Rich Thero seems to be plenty of smallpox on Crooked Creek but the deaths are very fewThos Linville who has been sick U some betterJ F Sims who has been ill is able to be out againJ W Todd weighed an eight dayold lamb that weighed 14 pounds Miss Bertha Rich visittd Miss Reecy Todd Su- ndayE Owen of Berea has pur chased a farm in the heart of the State We wish Mr Owen succes- with his new home SCAFFOLD CANE The boys in this locality are having fine eport rabbit hunting Mr and Mrs J R Richmond went sleigh riding to Berea WednesdayC H Todd formerly of this place but now of Dripping Springs passed herewith a twohorse sled load of bees Wednesday Mrs Mina Davis is on the sick list this week Mrs Nannio Hammonds who has been quite sick is able to be out again Miss Minnie Waddle visited her uncle andaunt Mr and Mrs H C Rowlett Satur dayMiss Ella Lako was the wel come guest of Mr and Mm 0 M Payne last week Willie Shearer spent Friday with Mr and Mrs J S Waddle Sherman Swinford visited friends and relatives at Beroa Satur day and Sunday Rolliu Davis Robert Shearer end Henry Abno were at Berea Saturday GARRARD COUNTY CARTERSVILLE There will be no need in loafing now You can get plenty of work J CV Napier is very poorlyThere- was preaching at Leavell Green Sat RevI urday night before March 7 and 8 by Bro Underwood A J Hauimac sold Joe W Hay 50 shocks fodder at and otter parties about 20 bbls 1100 at StMrs Thomas Green she enjoyed her visit to Louisville very much though she lost very flue 510 gold ring Sirs J B Carter is yet suffering with rheuma tisulEph HainmRck nail George Allen took in tho show at Paint Lick Smallcrowd ut tho show here Tues tiny uightA J Hammuck andwifo are considerably with rheulllutismIIMADISON COUNTY WALLACETON Miss Ratio Wylio returned home after a two weeks visit with Mr and Mrs Grif Gaffnoy at Louisville Mrs Harry Wylin and Mrs Stephen IHolcomb visited Mrs Ed Smith last Wednesday Rev Sturgill preached lat the Chapel last Saturday night Lizzie is tlvught to be slowly on tho mend at this writing Mrs Minerva Gentry is visiting her father She willshut for III in a few days Robert Botkius Grider Wallace and Richard Sopor started to Illinois Saturday morning Mr W 0 An Icrfon lost a flue brocd mare Mon IilayOscar Gabbard sold to John L Coldiron ten hogs for S5000 last wetkIr and Mrs Ebb Brockman visited Mr nod Mrs R B Gabburd at BereaMr rind Mrs Mack Man pin who married last week have moved to the Soper place Mr Maupins former home was at Blue Lick Mrs Maupins neo Miss Julia Green was Big HillMrs Joe Wal lace who has bH5u sick with Itigrippo is able to bo outMiss Mary Bot kins is visiting relatives at East Bern btadt this week WOOD FOR BEREA COLLEGE Contracts for the supply of wood for Beren College for the coming year are now being assigned by the Treasurer 175 per cord will be paid for sound body wod delivered at tho College buildings Persons wishing to furnish wood should Sloe tho Treas urer and secure a contract before it is all assignedCOLLEGE ITEMS Willie Roberts is again iu school after being out for six mouths The girls basket ball team has been reorganized sad regular prac tice begun Leon Harris formerly a student here is now in Booker T Washing tons school at Tuskegee Alabama Secretary Gamble is in Cincinnati this week to arrange for a students excursion to that city early in May Miss Grace Maiden has returned to school from her Connecticut home where she was called on account of the death of her brother VI Chapman who was for sever al years a student in the Preparatory and Collegiate departments here is in school at the Michigan Agricultur al College Lansing Mich The sad news of the death of John Doulys brother George at Alexis Ill has been received hero Mr Donly reached his brothers bedsido only a short titan before ho died E C Seale Taylor Gobbard Tutor Dizney and Profs Marsh Dinsmore and Dodge are in Cincinnati this weekattending tho annual meeting of the National Educational Associa lieus Prof Roark who is at tho head of the Normal Department at State Col lege Lexington made his first visit to this college last Friday and Satur day He expressed himself as in sympathy and highly pleased with the work here Good words for TilE CITIZEN Tar CITIZEN is a welcome visitor each week Miss Nancy E Winch No 20 Summer St Haverhill Mass TilE CITIZEN gives news which I could got in no other way Geo McClelland Agricultural Department Ohio State University Columbus Ohio- ORDINANCE 7Boron Ky Feb 303 The Town Board of Trustees of the town of Berea Ky do ordain as follows That bids for tho sale of tho fran l0yyears for erecting maintaining and operating a telephone system and ex change in the Town of Baron Ky and the use of streets alleys avenues parks tquares and other public places iu said town for that purpose bo advertised for in TilE CITIZEN a newspaper published in Berea Ky that kids bo recchod for the purchase of said franchise rights etc at the meet ing place of said board of trustees of F = the town of Bona Ky while in sets aiou ut its regular monthly mooting on the night of March 11KW That bids for tho sale of tbo frau chiso for the period of twenty 20 years for erecting maintaining and operating a telephone system and exchange in the Town of Heron Ky and the use of streets alloys avenues parks squares and other public places in said town for that purpose bo ad vertiied for in Tins CITIZEN s m wnpu per published in Boron Ky that bids bo received for the purchase of snit franchise rights etc at the meting place of said bond of trustees cf time town of Rerun Ky whilo in session at its regular monthly meeting on the night of March 9 loa Tho town board reserves the right to reject any or all bids S E WECCII Chairman E L Ronissov City Clerk REPAIR THAT LOOM Beroa College has secured market for homespun and homewoven goods such as bed coverlids linen dress jeans blanket etc at follow inn pricos Coverlids f 4 to W Linen 10 to M cents a yard Dross Liusey 50 cents a ynnl Jesus 00 cents a yard Blankets natural brown wool or bark dypairWhite suit white blankets are not in demand only on orders Coverlids must be 2 yards 72 inches wido and 21 yards 90 inches long All dyes used must bo old fashioned homemade dyes Any olllan who wants to soil cover lids or homespun to Beroa College should find out what tilt College wants before beginning to weave or spin For information apply iu per son or by letter to Mrs Hettie W Graham Bores Kr WE ARE BETTER PREPARED THAN EVER TO Repair or Paint Your Vehicle SATISFACTION GUARANTEED A FULL LINE OF Buggies Surries ROAD WAGONS AND FRAZIER CARTS Kentucky Carriage Works- C F HIGGINS Prop sold Vllch 1fIIAh Tho only positive euro for blind bleeding protruding piles cuts burns bruises eczema and all abrasions of the skin Do Witts is tin only Witch Hazel Salvo that in Iliad from tho pure unadulterated witch hazel all others are counterfeits DoWitts Witch Hazel Salve is mad to cure counterfeits Bro made to sell For sale by East End Drug Co STANDARDRotary Shuttle A Sewing Machine TAMDABD ORAXD BWBLL FKONX LOCK AND CHAIN STITCH TWO MACHINES IN ONE BALL BEARING STAND WHEEL We ate manufacture sewing machines that retail from IIZDO up The Standard notary runt as silent ai Ihe tick of a watch Make 800 tltcht while other machine make 2tt Apply to our local dealer or If there Is De dealer In your town address TimhStandard Sewing Mtchlae Co 24 west KJrutflt Cincinnati O S E Welch Jr Local Agent WILLIAMS 2 Doors North of Postoffice Clothing Cleaned and Pressed NEW PROCESS Shoes Umbrellas etc Repaired Agent for Regal S- hoesjjjijj THE MARKETS YIAI utroHTtn 1 0 NORMAN A cO CINCINNATI Krbruary itf CATLTECunumouf20 t 100I II Butchers Mirifti II Shippers 4lfi f0- CALvesChoicoosoftQ 7X0 II Largo Common 100 10 ri0- 0IloosComnlon585 tp Ujn Fair good light 005 q 700 packiIlK7trl W 7JH SusErGoat to choice 100 M 110 Common to fair1611 M J7ft- LA MBS Goal to choice 000 0 iTi Common to fair 75 5JK 1V IIEATo 2 lied 77 p 79 CORN tr t lIi OATS No U mixed HS 8S- firmNo 2 b8 FLOURWinter It u II Family pnhUts70ialliMILL UnNo1 FEED No2II So 1 Clover200 tri No2 1100 1150 POULTRT chickens 13 12RoostersTurkey 1Ii DuckHu I i Eoos Frwth Roar by tI HIDES WetilIaltll j- II No 1 dry salt u Bull 7 Sheep skins 50 g 70 TALLOW Prime city Ill 01 U Country t1 ti BO YEARS EXPERIENCE TRAOC Maass- Datauc COPVniCMTB toe AnrnnerMLt1 lrlhnm onlrilr Saw i a rr n true M1er in IInnIJ tiM r1HJhlt f nmn inlr tio fria neua n nt irrn IIIIr1 Sflf7 rr na 4rN 1tI tAr Ib 1rh 3iu t t twtt veal nWIrt houl c fiorvo lu be Scientific flnicric- anAIilnTald wMtlr i rvm eln IIMn d sr slee wruL Trn N Iar munlb IL utdlyall nwur IIIUNN Co2818roaday flew Y414 Hfnch IllOrm TL T IV N VU 4 OlR TEAM HARNESS varies in style and finish according to price but at all figures theres good value The stock used throughout is good oaktanned leather Tho trimmings whether of nickel bras rubber or iron aro of excellent quality The- workmanship visible anti invisible is firstchum This harness will wear out but it wont break out Double Wagon Harness 1500 and up Buggy Harness 5 750 9 10 12 15 1750 20 25 30 35The best line of Work Col lars that you can find andat the lowest prices T J Moberly Richmond Ky West End Meat Market For Fresh Meats Salt Mont j Sliced Ham Lard Sausage Vegeta bles t tos Highest price for Country Produce R H ROYSTONIIbunt II UIIIIII1 Ulrlnrll t fitljt ills Kntj 1111IDoWilts Little not gripe nor weaken the system Tho1 euro bilioiiHiiuNs jaundice con stipation nut inaetivu livers by arous jug the secrotions moving the bowels gently yet effectively and giving such tone and strength to tho glands of the stomach liver and bowels that the muse of tho trouble is removed entirely Thosu famous little pills exert a decided tonic effect upon the organ involved iand if their use is continued for n few days thera will bo no return of tho trouble For anle by Kant End Drug Co NOT IN AMY TRUST IlanyurwrlUllM 1 ttirlyatvcnrurrvnryIIn rrlrt IV ln+ iiii jmrtlii In Iht THE NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE CO luil roknda t1 or iimthlliAtloiit wo wWi IIMUIV Zulu iiml UNrot no truth lu mi h r irU w hose bleu nmrmfuctiirtiiK ewlu1 urn lint mi ri imrtrrof vntu ry nod iii tatiiialMsl n rvpuutlon rruur Mlvrtntnl nr ii LurnlalIthernvyofall- olhrr l in Vrir Stein iimrlilut lu tHvrr UmriMiktl a a family nwcliloo It tuiUul 1o1I1IIul Urnilv ewlUf IILII liiin HIII ktiiiiliiHi Its writ stern 77rFete tour lficunfv rides Illfill iltll tHcirtiio JfnrMfie on the inartift- ll iil mxrwMirjr for mtiirnlrr lulu inut Inure uur rmllt or tAT Any ilrbU a wn ha mi ill bin to We luivn never rutcml Into mm tllkin wllli mnnufiirturvreof low mid cMaptnarlarvy that air tnailo tu all mcanl Irss of any U111k inrlU IKi nul tx di Ited wmu aI eoluw wlu uiuchlneduu- lend jmir IIUUHT away fniiu luime cullou a 41I1 llntnr Ilrrtlerhreanellyuua purduwIwrlll Ul to THE NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE CO ORANGE MASS New rkhh CIIIIt Iiul Ma AtUu U Iltl 111 nun KrullcUou Cfcl SISCO CO NlcboIasYlUe Ky LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAILROAD Time Table In Effect Nov 10 1901 hulas Nirlh Trulii 4 lull Leave IIIta ilM n m Arrivo Richmond MrfiJa iu Arrive Iarin r0r H ill Arrive Cincinnati 7tOu U- IUII North Tula Itally Leave BnreaIIIrIIIIII- Arrio Ilichmuoud1210a m Arrivo Paris M8i ui Arrive Cincinnati 100 p m OolllC South Train I sally Lonvo Korea 122 pm Arrive Livingston 2 18 pm IelulIOArrive Livingslou12 10 a tu Trains No sad No 5 niako con nection at Livingston for Jollico nUll tho South with 01 anti No 27 J W Stephens Ticket Agent i tweWend nxxleliHetcJi or Mto ot Inmitlon for t frwrc rt on mtrnlMJllty For Irrotrot I IIYten1tiidPiRADEMARKS dote forGroceries Vegetables Fruits PRESTON CO and Candies Main Street Korea Ky 1GreenhouseLONG DISTANCE PHONE NO 188 Plants Cut Flowers and Designs ALBERT REICHSPFARR Prop r J J Bi annaman u WellBolected stock of Groceries Dry Goods and Notions Mens and Womena Shoes and Rubbers Prices right Agent for Nuveu Laundry == N 1