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ClrcDlallM, iOOO. Devoted (o the Interests of the Home, School, and Farm. 60 c a Year.
vOli. I. IJKWKA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 1(5, ISiKI. NO. it.
T. (. PASCO,
I1IIITOII mill MA.NAOKIt.
Till! OITI.UN, More,
W.im until nmttrr.
How to I, happy -work, sing anil
Thin i tli mim fur uswp m.wd
iug aim! NMtooktioitt. Tim bunt
prrwchw U the one who helps u
trtit (kI ami lovwmir neighbors.
This it also Um time of year for
-.xirtinfr Tin Citixes will remind
III foicisr rn'ks that n l.ll!.. .,t
":s uiai a l.lllii mliH - a -
t..m proiH-riv lakl in. I...f,,r ..
ring will fo k gitod way in -uriiiK , v , u
li;ppim-x uil uifom ',r MtwriH of hast Hernstadt
The Amerioni. Monthly Koviow ofir" '" "' Mt"lav ni.d TueSdny,
Iev.e Nun- !,. .1,.. ..1 li .1 1 ,'V"W ltl ork dono.
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..-in mi minion no onuncuvo
nineroriio H morn unrt iv nf .ml.. f.,r
the great progi.- it in umkiiiir in the ,
important field uiKin whirl, it
enterwi than Horea Collego." Kyou
live witlim Jive hundred miles of
Ileren had you not bettor got somo
gmxi iroin it for ypur children f
THE WIDE WORLD.
Loudon Times says England cau
put oUKK) men in tho Tratmual at
IloinUy mlviccs nay that the
plsgue nt I'oonah is driving all peo
pi" fn.ni the city.
Uermmiy look with suspicion ujkjii
th.'grntt iueriN.su in tho industrial
pr oduct of the United States.
IWey reHHt grout hospitality
sh..wu him by nirious oountri. he
1 through on his way home
At Uewics. Dreyfus .hiw er, M.
Lalmn wn shot 011 the whv to the
tiuil A phit to kill Dreyfus ii f.sir
sl l.a!ori is in a hcrious condition.
A liMrrkuni. has been iloing great
.imimtfeiH the .t Indies. Huu-
.ltd were, killisl in Uimdeloupe and j T. T. Siminous makes SMMslwell
the Leewqnl Islands. The town of t his hwad.MiKrteni this week ami in
Ponce. Porto Ith-e. was (kw.led.aud j,f,M,JT'9i!VVW:lhc.groun(l thorough,
two hllmtre.1 i-mol.. wm .!m...l . V- Hl.-oTiug w ith good suc-oss
while the daiimgv of proHrty was
h.ilf million dollnrs. Other towns
were completely destroyisl and hun
inss uf KHple were killisl,
I. A W . nutting is in (ssfcHi at
snppli are mnt to tint Porlo H
an uHnrs bv Sec, Hoot.
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...vn.,,, v.unri unn glint ISIOK 10
Vtnn ami Yau Vok is strsnwl.
Dr. .Samuel l. House, forywirs tin.
phsiclnn to tho kiugof Slam, is.l.wd
at Waterford, N. Y.
Mayor Jones, of Toledo, has Incur
oratel a Hrotherhooil Company, ac
cording to his socialistic principles.
Union Reform Party was turned
down by Mayor Jonos. Ho docs not
Itolievo iu inixiug K)litics with his so
Tim Coinniiltii. to invito Pros. IIttz
t attend IheexerciM's attendant up-
)n the inymg of the comer-stone of
jkhI olHn. in.Chk-Hgo him
ue io .mmxico.
luu. miHttly atlopted
driew law. 1
The First luiuwut IlHiidof UmiLs
.lle .till furnWi niuic for the ln
t llc fHlr.
s.iiinHfcut will mhiii bo niiineeti'd
w iih a large iiumW of interior Ken
tuckt towns by ii new teleplHine svs-i
t . -i i "
U Lieutenant Ii. Ingram, of the j
Fouith Kentucky, has Imsmi ohsitisl
county judge iu Hell to lill the vu
uineyoHti'od by the death of Judgui
J F. Neal. j
AH tho coal niiniiig companion iu
Mtddlesboro district have announced
that they will givo tho miucis it it ad
vancoofr. percent on tho 1st of Oc
tober. Twelve bundled nieii nro af
fected by t lit ruiho,
Severnl Mormons elders havo been
preaching nt I'inevillo for ho vend
days and mo meeting with muoh op
position. They have boon refused nil
public building, nut! huvo bcuu
fort cd to preueh In the alleys nml on,
the strvot oornors, Weporls from
other porlioiiH of this section show
that they havo Ihmui whipped, cluhbml
anil kiokisl and inado to leave the
C. A. ttin Winkle arrived Saturday
to visit his paroiitH hern.
Miss Daisy Haines, of Leiington,
is visiting lit M. II. llntiiNKjr'n.
.Mr. mid Mrs. bxlwick will vi-it
friends in Minneapolis on their way
Mis Florn HdwardnMudent hew,
lnt year, Is enhlcr nt tho Palaeu Ho-
till. I ilml ii nn II
M i l..l.t : . ...
i . iiuiHirmm is uw- iipi-rnior in
the Wnphum, ihHiiKO in 1,1 , of J.
i' nwr. iinHriieu.
I tire, iinixiinl
Minn Nettie Itiirdette. who Iihm
i liwn irr ill tlw mt two week".
in mm l eh imUer.
.Imhma (lark him I wife of Cluv
ewiiNty, vNtinK friend in Mmlf
mm and Onrranl
William II. Sim. i.r Scttlfohl
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Mm. Mlirv I W lull, ilnwl viiutnnliiv
1 r i 1 .i-i J
"ouu. u nun ueuu hick or iwo
with typhoid fever.
U.M. IfawIlllL'S rctliriietl to OwsleV
Monday on a prospect ie trip. Ho
expect to Imi gone some tune.
Miss Kobinson recuntly visited
North Adams, Mass., and writes that
four of tho Adamites will return.
Mr. and Mrs. ,1. A. linker, of Val -
lrirfnn Lift Nut U'.miIt fur ii viutl it'ill.
iiiiMrHou.rroi.il i . tiaker, at .Milroy,
Prof. MeClintock returned Fridav
. from his tectum trip iu the mountain,
j Hit was wry well pleased with his
reception overywlii re.
I'deuds hew have receivisl an
. iiouiicemHtitH of the tmirriagu of Miss
Leslie liw, a student hore in 'IXJ, to
Mr. Ym Lsudis, Plvmouth, N
John V. Cope, who is teaching near
Kirby Knob, was iu town Friday.
His school hoiis was burnt, as di
scrilnsl iu our iNirresMiiiilencodemrt
ltitint. William Wrend, nccitlcutally shot;
at Paiut Lick Satunlay, was in towu
yetenlny having the bullet removed
from lus arm. Drs. Kohinson and ;
Davis ntteuilisl lihn.
Sm n ifriii.luiiil.i.iit, liw.lnror
, JhiihmM. Combs loft Monday for
, Jackson issintv, whero he will i'uprr--fiit
Thk Citizen- for tho coining
month, soliciting sulcriptiouh and ,
adrtising the tmper generally
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..n- i. i i.ii. mil .tin iiiip
jMiorniuK for SpringHt-W, Ohio., whew
she willvisit before going to Marion,'
' "nw. iw ohe mHwmIii nn institute.
'' V"" lf'"h went
thw intirning k!, going to Pleasant i
I IWIUS, III.. Where UHV VlMl lOr 11
wluNrt titiioultd then Miss Helen
In Vnmml III -li, ..ill 1. i..
school the coining visir. Itiith
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spends the viwir with the Correll
John P. Mnnii left Mondav for
lioiiinat lfuggli Ohio, wiierehewill,
visit a short time Mow going to 1
Oherlin, where ho has an engagement
to play iu the Ohcrliu band which
visits Philadelphia during tho U. A.
II. lincmupiiieiit. Mr. Mnnu exHH!ts
to study inOberliti next year and so
iloes not loturu here. Wo are sorry,
to lose him, for his work here has ,
b.siii very ervditnblo nnd quito sue-
oesfful, especially iu the baud which,
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no luininui i.i iu .i min-i inii.ii, in
niiisiwdly than it had ever reached ,
, , i
first lumU r for President
dwelling was delivured Satur
Jiihii llurwotsl has the coiitruui to
lo put up the Carpenter monimioiit nt
Dfputiv Hnsldus and Terrill tis.k
Kph Slto.-kley to the iisyluui at Lev
It W. Whitney fountain pen, jjl.fiO
mid up. Warranted ueer to blot.
T. A. Houinmiv, .low tiler.
A C. Ii. Mvinl was held Monday
night iu the parlor at Ladies Hall.
About thirty .xoung people spent an
mijoyublt t veiling.
W . v. hauov utteiHlisI tin. meet-
ing of the due dors of the Hurst j
Home Insurance Co., at Millersburg, I
last week, and is iu Lexington this
week on iustmiiico business.
hat vouvvaat is not it temporary The Wepublicaus of Hewn voting
relief from piles, but u euro to stay j Precinct mot Saturduy Aug. 12, per
cured. l)o itt's W itch Huzel Salvo suant to tho call of County Chairiiuin
cures piles, and they stay cured. Wallace. J. L. Gay was elected
S. 12. Welsh. Jr.
Deputy L . S.
V L. H. .Marsha Caste of
Louisville, Deput y Collector llan I
West of Lancaster, C. L. Hiiiiiou,
and Alfrtsl Lucas raided a moonshine
'still iu Jackson cniinlv S.-ilnrilnv
night, unit cut it up.
J. A. iSolm.tr, of Sedaliu, Mo., saved
fro n (loath hr cioup by using One
Miuutu Cough Cuhi. It euros coughs,
colds, pneumonia, In grippe, and all
throat and lung troubles.
S. E. Woloh, Jr.
During tin Htonn Sunday tho awn-
Inrrnt ItimiM wntt iint iImivii mill full
,iglnst the winilow on Wobinson's
h,t, r the house and Itroku it. W. S.
Young says hu wont up to tint window
intending to get n watch, Imt says Iiu
, fminil thoy w. iimrktl so high lie
o.iM not reach tlinm.
V. M. Gl.ll.iirl.i.r. nf Ttrrun. Pn..
says, "For forty yours I hnve tried
various cough medicines. One Min
nlii Piinuli fllru in lt.wt nf nil ' II r.
lint-iiM inalfilillt unit i.liriM II ii,,,,
i ami lung troubles S I . WeJeh. J,
r iiiiii ir nn :.
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si ierei on the alnut MihiiIow
I'lHe. one mill- lioin Men. .oil, le
tutloii, hikI hIoi. first eUm, lilueKinw
I home. Ho h wul to imrf ihm'ii or a
hen ItereH get" itr Mwoml -200.(J0f) religmiw turn of mimh ami during a
on endowment, an it will next spring, j ivival he wan eviti-d very deeply on
everything will Ikk.iii. Will oell all tl,0 suhj.H.t. IHh iuiaKiim.inii. Inn aitp
oriwrt. Keason, ..xx.et to Ieae the Urstitions, nnd hi rohgioim etrile
Stntii M. K. I'amci. inout combined to create wonderful
A ery evero wind and ruin storm viHionti in his untutoriMl mind, lie
hI nick Heron SuudHy afternoon about j was alwut fifteen yunrs of ago when
two o'clock. Tho rain fall wiim very i lHgau to ho visions anl dreiini
mini 11 11 "mi III" iiiiiii wini
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heavy and with the wind caused one
01 tno naniest siomm Known Hero
souie years. .Much dauiage was ilone
1 i 1. 1 ,.i 1 1
, nwiiiiiL'H wnrn to. 11 ilmvn. Sniiiik
I iu ut-vn, iinurn, mi;., unu uiiu ur inu
thing liko a cloudburst occurred up
! on Silver Crwk nnd there was ono of
, tho worst frohets known for year.
, No loss of life has been roported up
j to this time.
) t There in time for nil things. Tho
' lllnn In IiiLm f)MVilltf t.tltlit Pnrlv
iiisers is wnen you aro sutiering iroin
constipation, billiousness. sick-head-
nche, indigestion, or other stomach or ? "l .roiurrwi 10 aoow, which sue
liver troubles. S. II Welch, Jr. Imi receivisl from the Pittsburg pub
,. . . c., , , , li.sher after Mr. Spaulding's death
Lieut. It. . Shearer of the .MhSooH nter J,m.phV return to his
l.b.. was here recru.ting.Satunlay. fhor's home, he was visited by Kig
and secured four men. U'phen and ,ol)i frolu Mentor, Ohio. Whether
uiiani jiarre i, oiev v iiiinim.niiu
t Imrhe ueyuold- I liese nnn were
enlistisl for the .'7tli U. S. Y. u regi
ment now in mtv ice in the Philip
pines and coniked of re-enlistisl
men from other regiments who.se term
had expired. Lieut Shearer goes
with his ns-ruits direct to the Philip
pines by way of Columbus, 0.. and
, San Frniirico. I
Thomas Thurinan. deputy sherift ouently a member of his congrega
ofTniv. Mu, savs, "If .'Veryoiio in the tion. After this visit of Mr. Hig
UuitKl States should discover the vir- 'don's, which was earlv iu the hum-
F tl!,.. lt". I ,, 1 'I t . . .
uieoi ueuis iun iinzei ior piles,
rectnl troubles, and skin diseases, the
domaiid could not lie. siipplnsl.
S. Ii.Yeleh, Jr.
The second husttlKiIt game in the
series with Paint Lick was played
Saturday on Lincoln Field. The con -
test for several innings was about ov -
only divided, until in the fifth when
live runs were made for IJorea. Dur -
ing the iet of the game Paint Lick
could i.ot ontirojy overcome tho leud,
nnd th final score was 12 9. Scoru:
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1 I 2 I 5 0 0 '1 ' r''hnve .liheovored the wo.ideiful plates.
Lick 0 1 2 0 (I 1 01 (I and uuwirthe.1 them bv the lielp of
i with Crsb Orchard and , thoanKel. He doM-rib. the n ates
Oaiues with Crsb Orchnnl and
WhitV Station aro exptHitud soon.
K.slol l)ysiHMia Cure completely i
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lllLTirsiM lIHJtl 1T1LII1II IIIM NIlIIIiniTII mill
1 1 . .1 '
11111.-13.111m mill iiAit-.s i.u uuuim-n in
iniebiines unu reiuiem nil onuses 01 1
focsl iwbl of being assimilated and ,
cover.;sl into stiei.h giving ml
fissuo building substances. 1
S. 12. Welch, Jr.
John II. Trendway mid Attorney!
W. 1$. Hansford, of Manchester, came
to Heron Monday, nnd will Im busy
for several daH taking depositions iu !
tnkiiiL' deposition in !
the suit of Hind vs. Tresdwav. Mr '
Treadway n'K)"rts nil piiet in Cluv !
county at proient, but may be caused '
at hiiv time. Deputy btubblelleld,
who w'as shot so iNidly nbout a month
ago that lie had to havo his left arm '
nnd loft loir amputated, has so fur
i . ii
iccoicreu Hint lie is nine iowiiik (town
DeWitt's Little Kiuly IJiM-rsact as
a faultless pill should, clenncing and
revu tigi. osysiem i .sieauoi weaKen
iinr it. I hev are uiil.l and sure, small
a ud pleat-nut to take, and entirely fico
from objectionable drugs They as
sist rnlher than couiitl.
S. 12. Welch. Jr.
Piof. II. M. PeiiuiuiHu's excursion
jmrtv arrive in town Friday morn
ing !n good IimuHIi and spirits having
enjoyiM a very pleasant trip itsitle
fioni some miuonuees iilwuy inci
dent ujKMi IsMiig'bo far away from
home. Tim trip this year was far
superior to t Imt of lint vear iu inter
est for mow he.iutiful "scenery and
intc.esting places were found, while
t,0 culinary department was also
inoro sat'slactoiy. I lie tiarlv nil
mediately .scattertnl on reaching
Horea, some going homo the same
day, while some did not leave until
ehairniau anil W.J. Ta llin. s..cn,li.rv.
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1 ho lollowing were oicctcil as tleleira-
o following were elected us delegii-
to attentl the convention to be
.1 ill Wchmonil, Aug. P.I. i
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s. i: wi. ii
VV. T tiHruwiij
r. II. Ilullewt)'
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ii vv. t-nil-u
vv. j Tuiuw
Mir "m. C4m4. U.i.inin
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Tw PwwiiulMHwe uiiluttmrtt.l
Historical Sketch of Alormonism
Wnv. I). .1. Mc Millan, I). D.
Joseph .Smith's birth occurred at the
timo when tho Wingnto movement
vvns at its hoicht. Ten years later his
Kireiiin moved io rulinvrn.
Hero Joseph grew up
j ),,,fents with ignorant
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III. vui.i:i 11 in, iinn
trwngtli, nn active mind
health and '
mid a vivid :
-., - . t r u 1 i i
i wini romance u wapinui ivmu, aim
,vit, company of youthful followers
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1 wnulil Imnt l niilit fur Ihim.uI
f fnolly j t1P fjehN alwut hiH fathers
dreams. Thc-e experiences contiuu
l tnrougli neven v-onrs. IJuriug
four years of this period Joseph was
absent from his father's hoiisu seek
ing employment, in various capaci
ties, iu Pennsylvania and olsuwnero.
His movincnts for two years cannot
lo definitely traced. Hut during his
absence ho was in the employ of Vm.
II. Sahiue. at whoso house tint widow
of Ilov. Solomon Spaulding was mak
ing her home. In tho garret of the
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". ,Mr-, iPIlingfl "Manuscript'
llu,v i..ui ,,.. ,itlri..,, .toM-nh's ab
srtiiee, wo do not know. Tin- two
doubtless became known to each
other through a mutual friend, Mr
P.irley P. Pratt, who was a traveling
tinker and a pieHcher of some ability
Mr. Pratt plied his twofold vocation
between Palmyra. New York, and
Mentor, Ohio. He knew and admir
ed Mr. Kigdou, indeed ho was a fre-
( morol IKi, .losepli saitl that lie was
, told in dreams and visions, that he
I was cIio'mmi of the Lonl to bo u great
! pijiphet to restoro tlie Gospel which.
i InAl been taken from the world ninny
; centuries ago. Ho went w far as to
. declare that nn augel cume into his
' room at midnight, awoke him and
rend to him live chapters of the Bible,
jiini! afterward. tooK him to a hill
which 10 called Cumorah. The lull
i four miles from Palmyra, and is at
1 pnent the probity " o f Admiral
' Samiisoii. 1 hore Joseph I'liimi.sl to
j tho angel. He ilowrib. the jilates
as IkiiiikI by rings, in the form of a
' Ismkc. concisiuHj in a stono crvnt or
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,!lr01Uttie WlCk.sl WorHl ,IW VOtirs.
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Rounlon nt Evnnsvillo, Ind.
The Heilliiotl of the lllua nnd
Gray to bo held at livansvillo Oct
has grown to such proportions
that it will undoubtedly be thogreat-
est gatlmnng ever held iu tho state.
I'roidont McKiuley will be there. A
committee compos of Mayor Akin,
Cap. Lee Howell, and Caiit Win.
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week to invito the governors of the
Southern State-, (ion. Coition, Hen.
Sloven D. Lee, of Mississippi, A. J.
Wit,t, of Oeorgia, Kx t.ov. Jones, of
Alalmuia, ami ninny other distiuguish
ixl ihirticipants of the Civil War.
ery low rates will be made on nil
tho nulnvid ami steumlkNit liees.
There will Im iiiany visiting military
companies and I'rie Drills and a sham
Uittle will Im among the attraction-.
The Chautauqua Trip.
Last Thursday Tutor C. Wexford
Wnyiiiotid returned from Chautampia
wiih his party, mention of whose
trip was made in last week's Citukn.
The party gave an cuteittiiuiuent
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at t liiiutaiHjua .SMmiiiy. oMiiintuig
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The ouarlet sang selections from the
111 l'l rvi (l IWII t
ballads ami folk song of the people,
and interesting explanitory remarks
worn made by Mr. Wavmoud. The
hitler delivered an addiess also on
phases of Kentucky life which was
well received. The whole nlTair
created a treat interest at tho As
sembly nnd fully S.(XH) people listened
to the Droirram with irreat lileasuw.
I'ross notices wow many and favor-
nhle. A side trip to Niagara Falls
was hImi wijojwl l.y our party.
I'ross notitsw wow many ami lavor-
What is Kodol Dyspepsia Cure!
It iH tho newly discoveretl rented r, tho
most etfectlvo iirep'iratiou ever tlovis-
tsl for aiding the digestion ami assim
ilation of food.aud restoring the do
ranged digestive organs to a natura
conditlou. It is a discovery surpass.
Ing anything yet known to the tiled'
icu I profession. S. E. Welch, Jr.
DOUGLAS, BRIGHT & CO.
Ladies', Misses', and Children's
Shoes, Oxfords, and Slippers.
Gents' Fine Foot Wear and Furnishings.
Style, Quality, and Price Guaranteed.
5 3STo Trouble to
207 WEST MAIN STREET.
The Berea Monumental Co.
Tht rtfiilt nf ytwtl war.- anil reasonable price in that ire
now have rutomcr in all pari of the Stale .
When ioii want
Anything in the mo umental line
1st u know and ire will tend you designs and price
Headstones, $6.00 up to any amount.
... Marble and Granite Monuments ...
At prices to suit the times. Material and work first-class.
JOHN HARWOOD, Prop. Berea, Ky.
Digests what you eat.
Itartlflclally digests the food and aids
Nature In strengthening and recon
structing the. exhausted digestive or
gans. It Is the latest discovered dlgest
ant and tonic. No other preparation
can approach It In clllciency. It In
stantly relieves and permanently cures
Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn,
Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea,
all other resultsof Iniperfectdlgestlon..
Prepared by E. C. DeWItt A Co., Cljlcago.
S. I-:. WKI.CH. .IK.
Mandolin Club Concert. !
On lust Sut unlay night the Man-'
dolin Club gave u concert iu tho
Cunpol, preparatory to starting on a
trip to towMis iu our vicinity. It was
urfoituiiiite that the concert and the
AsM UMition at SM'cdweil cHiiio on the
ame date, for many would lmvo at
" -owri out a m..
' frV"' h'll preyei.t.s.1 it.
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tended tho concert but a late return
Tho progrnui uoimiste.1 of selections
bv tin Club, instrumental solos.
duets, trios, unarlets, and vocal
An eniovablo lirogram
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to tlie ciun. it intiicstes tnitniui
i pmet'ce, and elhcient I.idirship bv
The Club gives au Jutef
,lt Vt,r"" o-niht,
laud it is sure to meet with generous
applauso here and at all other
places it goes. The membership is,
as follows: Mandolins M. L. Spink.
1 12. W. Ktnbroe: Guitars -W. D.(
Finbree. W. II. Iimbree, II. W.Coil-,!!.
Fully fifty persons from Berea and
the immediate ueighliorluMHl attemled
the Mndiwon Co. S. S. convention nt
Speedwell, Sat. last. In the morn
ing a heavy rain tluvalemsl to break
ii) the convention, but nearly every
one went who had planned to go.
He re a had its full share iu the ever
eisos which vveie varied hiui inter. M
ing. I'rol. L,. v . Dottge, tor tho
oiitl vtmr Couuty Prtsulent, had done,
much bv srsoual visitation lo bring
out thelarge delegations which oanie1
from several sections of the iwinty.
He rosiwiided to the mldref.s of wel
come as prcMtliiigotHerr, kept the ex-,
crcisos vrell iu hand, ami e.-oiH-d a
thinl term only by (Mirnest protestu
tion. Mrs. Martha 12. I2arly presented n
good paper on "The Proper Use of S 1
S. Macluiierv''. anil Wev Geo. Ames
iililv ilisensM'd "The Hiiinn D.mait
ment." Several Male an.l M.x.sl
ipiartettes were icndertd, with
, I 1 if - 1 .
"'po iuc, ov tuiicrem oi uo.muiu s
of the following: Mr. and Mrs. J. M
Early Mr. ami Mrs. T. .1. Odiorno,
W. l. Euibroe, J. P. Mann, and C. A.
Yan Winkle. We note that Tresis.
O.slioruo was it member of the Com
nuttee ou Resolutions and J. W
Chauey of the Committee on Nomi
nations, C. II. I'ulmer is the Glade
ieo i resitieni lorliexi jwr, uev.
(ii.il AlllOM IS till. llll-l'n.SllllMlt llll
, iii . m. mio-iwm.
U,",U"S..? .nnll..t..ki, ,
"r lhH "ro.? '. ?
ceil. Toils liosuit ilit v of the lie
eenerous hosiiiliditv of the lUKinle of
Speedwell ami tho siirrouudiug couu-
try- Tin basket dinner was simply
cnormoii", and tho lloral iloconitious
of the church showed taste. Alto
'ether this was one of the most sue
cossful conventions ever held in the
couuty. Mr. W. L. Arnold, of Wich
nioud, was elected piesiileut for tin
Show Goods $
. A. P. SETTLE,
Attorney and Notary Public,
mii'-i on Miiln Slnt't. In Miionlc DM. np-UIr.
' )'0C WANT Til EM AT ALL.
(.! that re not i'r.MTly u.ljtiatiil tn four
'.. r.' urtmllT .UiijirroiK. I luow It. nJ
you uiirlit tu ki.or il 1 wilt not uttempt to lult
ilHH-m to yoiirtyvH nut!! I know wlmt Ii neetert.
Ki' rxiimiiol trrr. '
t Xice line of iYoretties in
T. A. ROBINSON, Jeweler and Optician.
HANSON & PASCO'S
H. C. JASPER, M. D.
MEDICINE and SURGERY,
Office la Piathrr L'uildine Richmond. Ky.
k Tehphone 103 & 109
p r , nrwr r j." x
D. iTlLLU I , UCIUIbl,
C. I. OfiO, Proprietor.
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Best Finish at the Lowest Prices.
HK.XTAl. SUIK Hull V.
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IVIrplmnr, Itr.l.lf lie, N.illl, Oltlrr, No (10.
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Fine Photographs at Reasonable Prices.
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