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Devoted to the Interests of the Home, School, and Farm.
50 c & Year.
BEREA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER C, 1899.
T. G. PASCO,
r.mtOR and MANAOKH.
T1II3 OITIZHN, Korea, Ky.
Ettmd at Ikt Pol-afin at Brrm, Ay, u tmnd
Fall Term of Boron College opens
at 8: 10 A. M. on Wednesday, Sept. 13
one tceek from (onlay
Wo hnve watched huudred of
young people wlio havo nttonded Bo
res Collego and those who havo bocn
hero in the all term havo always
made tho moit satisfactory progress.
If you could giro your child a farm
it might bo lost iu a few yarn, hut
education cau uovcr bo lost. Aud be
idoi, oducatiou will help your boy or
girl to maku money and lay up prop
erty for themselves.
Boforo our next number npcars,
The Citizen will 1m welcoming tho
new students. Thoso who havo boon
here before know that thoy have good
friends in Boren. To thoso who come
horo for tho first time we hold out a
warm right hand. We shall bo glad
to seo you. Our faces may seem
trango nt first, but that will not last.
"Como right in and taken chair, aud
rest off your hat, and uiako yoursolf
at home." Withiu n fow days you
will say, as thousands huvo said be
fore you, "Berea is n good place to
como to. Welcome'
Fathers and Mothers.
Your largest happiness, and your
greatest ilnnger of griof. is iu your
children. They are harder to bring
up than young apple trees, aud often
morn difficult to manage than colts or
steers! You know the sous aud
daughters who have given joy to their
parents, aud others who have brought
down their grey hairs with sorrow to
Is it not tr no that the boys and girls
who havo done well are those who havo
somehow gotten an ambition to excel,
to amount to Homethingt
If you havo a child that desirss to
gst a littlo education you can alTord
to mortgage your land rather than
to disappoint that child. Brand by
he may not want to go to school, and
a littlo later you may hare to spent!
money to get him out of some dis
Tho beat way to insure your child's
happiness is to get him interested in
Now tho fall term of Berea begins
next Wednesday. You know what
Berea has done lor other young peo
ple. You know that thero is not the
wickedness goiug on at Berea that
goes on in many other places, but
that your child will meot there the
best young folks, aud tho best of
Don't say, "I will wait till tho win
ter." Tho fall is tho best time to bo
gin; and a student cau learn mora in
one term at Berea than in a year at
many schools. You know that this is
And do not say,4! can't afford it."
You can't afford to lot other children
get ahead of yours. Aud you can't
afford to havo jour children reproach
you for neglect by an by. The price
of ono cow expended in education
this fall may chango your child's
wbolo life for the batter.
Look Here, Young Folks!
You are getting to bo as tall as the
Are you going to b wise or silly t
You must step carefully now, for
you may tako some step that you can
never lane one:
Are vou irolni; out into life with
your bnro hands, like an Indiau, got
marriwl and settle down in somo
fence corner, live a littlo worse than
your parents, and bring un your
tint-' i- t.. .A I, ..
uiiuuri'ii tuueu nine more sorry man
you are i
thor thought fust that. They do
not cvou know what education niouns.
And there are a good many who
icuiij n 10 hiiiuuui w buiuciuiuki i
but who are always waiting and wish'
Thor go to free school and tako the
amo studies over and over and tieverf
get ahead. They never havo tho
norvo to start out to get u good od
ucatiou. But there are other boyn uud girls
who hare really waked up and aw ,
hard at work. They work, and earu, I
aud save. They find tho best school
audi! need be nvlk a hundred miles I
to get there. They soon (Ind out
hat there are a grim many things to t
lw learned about farming and house-1
work and carpentry, as well as about i
tuo urt oi loaeii ug, ami auout nisiory
and music. Thor are not like the
poor Indian who is strong but ignor
ant aud uutrniuod. Theso ore tho
young people who will have tho host
farms ami homes in coming reurs.
Thoy will "find a way or made ft."
fiuxt Wednesday several hundred
Bvch young peoplo will gather at
Berea, promptly for tho firgtt day of
tho torni. Will you bo among thorn!
Va you tliiuk that you are bo smart i ,"', , " " rp.. r " "
that you can get on without study, to "Tlr ouT,ue8dlI7 afternoon, so
tliinkinir or liiotinnt 1 ' ' as to bo ready to welcomo new stu-
"teSrlcl ns thorn UWVVy U
A. J. Mr Haiti penl Sunday t home.
Mm. W. N. llanaon left for home Friday.
I'rea. anil Un, Frml ate ripetled to-morrow.
8. E. Weteh attended tlrr ftirlxmrrllle Fair
II. It. HIM li rounl-agln after a Inn and m
W. D. Knibrre U pendlni two week at Tink
er, Clay county.
I). r. Whit of Richmond tpent a few daya
hern the put week.
Mlri I'hamy and Krale Itlihardujtt came up
from Antiwar, Friday.
Mm. Yocura and ber daughter ate traiellni
through JackMin county.
Krneat 0. Dodte returned Haturday from lil
Dr. J I- I.uik returned Hunday from a rllt
with hlUtrat F. tlerniudl.
O, II. McNutt went to hi. home at Tolelporo,
laat Friday, for a week'a Taiatlon.
KrtljcrHI. Arrcof IU,0. Ullel hi. brother,
A. O. A gee. from ftiturday until Monday.
MIm Carrie Wooda returned U.t week from
Chautauqua where the int the aumtner.
Mr and Mr. Oould rvturued Wednesday Irom
their ramp at I-augtord, where they (pent ten
Nathan Welch I. clerklni at 8. F. Welch'a now.
Iluilncu l arowltif w that an extra man I nec
eeaary. R. II. Woodford left yeaterday morning for
F.Tan.Ttlle. Ind., where he 111 teach Iu the city
Chartea Coyle left lait Welnedty for Indiana,
where he will eek a location for the mercantile
Oeo. Camp and Klljah Logan hare rcturm.l
from I'llln, III .where they were working In a
quarry. Uxan li quite alek.
Iter. Urorxe inn prtaelicd at Wallarcton,
Snnday. prof. I. V. lHdie preached at the Ue
rea Churrli on the Mine date,
MU Kdltb FaMilld left Friday for Cumlwr
land Cap. TenneMee, where he renumra her
work aa twin r in the Harrow Svhwl.
Mr aud Mm. Jan lUrker ami xm of Leba
non. Ky.. are tMtlH( Mr aud Mm. W. II. ItoU.
Mr. lUrker 1Mm. Itokt'a brotherln-U
MU Mary Iloopea and I'mldeut rrofa fiur
yminaer children left Friday for Oberllu. Mln
lloopra return at the opening of toe fall term
JotanT White, who wiU teach la the Normal
department the comlnc year, hat arrlred. and
will Mn Tutor Raymond In the mountain thU
Iter, and Mm. Win. Lodwlck arched Palurday,
from MewartTltle, Minn., and areocrupylnjt the
up.ulra roonu In Ladle.' Hall recently in cu pled
by Treaurer 0 borne.
MIm Annie Ktlper or Dallai, Tex.. It vl.ltlng
frlenda here, Before returning to tier home the
expecta to take a aouevbat extended trip
through the mountains
Mtwra Ouy C Hall and Herbert Walker of Pun
do. III. arrleil Saturday for a week't Ttttt
tilth Mr. and Mm. K. r. Falrcblld. Mr. Hall It a
former ttudent of Berea, and with bit friend,
will ret Itlt familiar tpota and explore new onea
in the hlUa.
President Frost will preach at tho
Chapel next Sunday, Sept. 10.
T. S. Correll, formerly of Berea, is
teaching Shorthand at Ocean Grove,
At Faristown last Thursday, Mrs.
Frank Hitter was severely bitton by
The Berea Fair will be held Sep
tember 22 and 23. Good attractions
We nopo to giro a somewhat full
account of Prof. E. O. Dodge's travels
at a later date.
The College recently fought Iliram
Figg's house and partly rebuilt it in
preparation for rentiug.
The depot has been improved in
looks by a coat of iiaint ou the insido
and new seals for tho waiting rooms.
Work en tho dwelling house to bo
iisihI hv Mrs. Putnnni i icull mwW
u'at nnil llin linnart will fuvin Iwi ilniiA
Married, August 21th, at Greenup,
Kentucky, Mr. Watlo H. Carter and
'Miss Ada Buahanan, Both are
I f., .i...l..ia ii ,
iw nuurawui unco
Messrs. John P. Mann, P. D. Mauu,
and A. C. Mattison are playing in au
uiwniu uanu, which went to tho li
A. H. Encampment at Philadelphia
last Satunlay. On the way they will
Elder T. Q. Martin last week
closed a ten days' meeting at tho
Glado Christian church. Several
coufessions was tho result of his
l' "v ,P. T
ble wrmons aud much interest was
Mark Spink aud John Burdotto
wout to palllt Lick Satunlay to help
Caldwell High School ball team
nKaugt Paint Lick. Tho latter team
wouUi not ,mmll John t0 pitch and
, ,ho Higll gbhool losL Score 13-11.
There's nlwuys hope whilo there's
One Minute Cough Cure, "Au at
tack of pneumonia loft my lungs iu
bad shape and 1 was near tho first
stages of consumption. One Miuuto
Cough euro comnletoly cured mo."
writes IIolou Mcllvnry, Bisuiark, K.
I). Gives iustaut relief.
S.E. Welch, Jr.
til ..!.....!.. !.. t 1 1.1
i own siiiuies mo next. uav.
To the Voters of Madison
I am a candidate for the rnpontlble xnltlon o(
lei ttlalor, for the ttale of Kentucky.
In my cate I do not tee that tbe ofllce It M-rk
liiKtlieiMii. nor do I o(terint.'lf aa candidate
at the earneat reuet of any ItidlTldual, much
lea. an "earnvtt appeal of many Totert "
Furthermore, ami won than all. from the
politician'! .tand point, I am not the reprexenta
Iht of any KlltIcal party
No party at tuch, onea me ltatupport, nor doea
any Indindual owe me any political faror for
any tervlce rendered at a politician,
In abort. I am not .the candidate of any ma
chine, party, caucut, iirronventlon.
I hate lifter autight au office but once. I
aeured a victory over my opponent by meant
honorable, fair, ami ttrlctly legal, and II I thall
ucrceil In prorlng to you that I am worthy of
your mippurt, and you cborim tne at your rcp
rtMiuailre, ao candidate will hare around to
complain that my election wax nbtalnol by un
fair or Illegal meant.
To thoe who datlre to know aninalhlng of niy
polltlralanteo(-leiiU,Iwouldaaylleny aa fol
My'flntroUwaarattlnAuguit l7for White
and llltgerttarr, ileinocratle cundldaU. to rep
rrtent Madlmii rounty In the auto legltlaturc.
Thelropponentattlielieiulof the Whig-Know
nothing party were Fleldaand Clienault. who by
thepowerialaldof -The Northern Itauk of ken
lucky." won the rate and ray young vote went
for nought, judged by tho utual atandard.
In IRju AUrabam Lluroln wax nominated at
Chicago by the Antl HlaTery party for iirealdeiit.
Stephen A. lnuglaat, of llllnoia, wa the regular
nominee of the ileinocratle party Iortli, and
John C Beckenrldge waa nominated by the
bolter., rvprewntlng tbe ultra protlaterynectlon
ol tbaSouth: the Wlilg-Knownothlug candidate
wai llell. of Tenneaaee,
Here certainly waa a condition confronting the
iM-opIcof the nation, w hleh requlreil ihelhoughl
ful conthleratlon of erery patrlotlb cttlten who
denlred to tee a republican form of goremment
The Democratic tiany thou, aa now teemed
hoiielewly illrlded. audi tx-lng an antl-tlarery
lieinocrat cat my rote for the IJncolii elertoM,
my own, ami i-ertalnly one, lilbly two othcrt,
IM-Inir the only totca catt In my precinct for
It wa an exceedingly unpoi-ularttep to take,
then, and in the tun-ceding yraM '61 2 it waa not
mi to artlnn in nime lorallten that one roleit the
"lllack abolition ticket'
Mr frtendt know right well, how firmly and
faithfully, 1. for a quarter of a century tlood by
theprliMij.''. whlrh Ic I to the election of Abra
ham l.lnruln. ami the Ingrafting In our (ontltu
tutlon. the 13. II. and 1 AioendmenU 1 aland
b lhee principlea ttnlay
The m-n, regarilleM of party tiamea, tul
itantially do the mm' thing, and ao far at I am
"incerned, antl hi far m my political "howi"
wim KUldet me, I am ready U artlrra that I have
not wen aday tlnre IwV that I haenotfeltthat
the tuterrttt of the eople. and timtequcntly the
welfare at the nation hat been, ami It. nft.no
matter whkhol the two great partlca were at the
head of altalra.
There nat not been an election tince the lime
.referred t at which 1 did uot feel free to, and
Wv roteil for the awi. and uot the nominee re
gardlen of party arnllatlon. t will dolt again.
The prwent divided condition ( the demo
critic party of the ttat no aflalr of mine.
The iVinrcutlon held at LoultTllle hat b-en
ehanu leriied by tbe leading Journal of the Malt
at a came of ' dog eat dog" and the top dog In
the tight It therefore the party champion, and
the under dog at a ma'ter of rnurae hat no room
to complain, accepting tblt hypothettt.
At tiefore ttatcd It la not mv Aght except In to
far at I may Incidentally lie IM to affirm or deny
the mertta or demeritaof the Ooebvl election law.
1 am, aowever, prepared to tute frankly that
t do not bellcrg that our atate hat yet rv-ached
that ttate of poliUcal corruption that It Jtatc
legtiJature will deliberately frame and patt a
law for the mle purrxwe, at 1 alleged, of "deal
ing a tute electlou" and thua perpetuate the
leate of the Mrty In power But If n, I affirm,
that no political party of the ttate. If In power,
would n-ek to repeal uch a law. for when peo
ple become to corrupt, partlet exltt only for the
tpoUa, and teek no higher motive than that of
My political experience covering a period of
half a century pro rra to me that political virtue
(Clean polltlct) It not the exclusive property of
1 And in the ranla of the democratic party, tbe
republican party, and indeed all partlaa, metl
oltterllng Integrity, Irreproachable In their o
cla), polltll. aud rellglout life, men to be
trutteil, men whoe Uvea and character would
adorn any poeitton to which Ibey may be called,
men who In the Interett of pood government,
clan politlca, and noble example are needed aa
they were never needed before In our legtttatlve,
Judicial, and executive departments man who
cannot be twerved, nor thrutt ailde In the dlt.
charge of duty for personal or political reajont.
If I am honored by your vote to rrpreacut you
In our awembly at Frankfort 1 pletlge niywlf to
rerve the rmrLr of my county and ttate to the
belt of my ability doing what 1 conceive to be
right aa Uod gtvet me power to tee the right.
J.W. VAN WINKLE.
Berea, Ky.,rVpt 18!.
The Mt. rieatant Dlttrict Auoclatlon held with
the t'lrtt Baplltt Church, at Uerea laat week waa
a bleating to the denomination and a tuent to
the race. Ha moderator, Kev T. II. Hroaddut,
it a Cnrlitlan gentleman of alncere devotion to
the caute of Chrltt and the protperlty of hit
Connected with thla association wai Mlnla
ten aud Ueacont' Meeting which held Ittteeslon
Weilnenlay all day, and one hour each momlng
during the amuclatlou. ltev. C.N. Km try pre
aided. The aubjectl dUcutaed In thlt meeting
were full of thought. After a long and
warm dltcuulon It wat decided by vote that no
manrouldbeaCbrlttlan and not a moral man.
The Introductory aennon waa preached by
Kev. D. C. Ktancit. htt text being, -What it
Truth'" Iu a plain yet luinretaive way he
thowe-1 how the truth might be auppreued by
tboaewhodealretodoevll, but the truth ItHif
would never de.
The Mltalonary tenuon by Rev W. J. H.
Price; tbe Kitucatlonal termon by Rev. Duller,
and other aertnona and addreuea by Rev 1, Mil
ler, ltev. II. C Ilaker. ltev Smother., Rcv.T. 11
Harrit. Kdltor Wm. 11, Stewart, and othert were
full of thought ami valuable Information.
The Suuday-achool, conduvteU by ltev. O, 11,
Miller, wai nothing, lest than a great matt meet
ing offathera, molbera.chlldreu, and delegatea.
Addrctea were delivered by llroa. J. 8. Uwyun,
M. !.. W P. Chaiiman, Mlulouary, Rev. Jack
Owent, llro. J. K Wlltou, Mlaalouary from Africa.
Thlt teuton wata blewlne to all preaent.
Preaching through the day waa good. 8hout
Ing watiuppreaaed and the well preared and
thoughtful termoua were lmprexK-d upon the
mttid. of thorns nreteut.
The attendance of the auoclatlon Increased
dally and on Sunday there were more than two
thoutandon the grouudt. A larxo aupplr of
ice water aud a nicely arranged tent undtr lilch
the deleeatea eat hered twice a dav for metl. and
were tilled to their aatlafaitlou addv-d much to
the pleoture of the oooulon.
There waa no excurtlon but tbe people came
jutt ine tame. ieace ana quieiueta prevaneu
ihrouiihout the auoclatlon and all returned
home glad that they had teen Uerea and mat tbe
Chester H. Brown, of Kalamazoo,
Mich., says: "Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
ourea me oi a sovoro .case oi iucii
trustiomcau stronirlv rocommond it
to all dyspeptics." Digests what you
eat without aid from the stomach,
uud cures dyspepsia, b. b. olch.Jr.
W. P, Dean, Xenia, Ohio, formerly I
a student bore, seut tho editor a stim-1
men of tho muchtalked of kissing
bug. It is now on exhibition at this
For wounds, burns, scalds, sores,
skiu diseases aud all irritating .erup
tions, uothiug so (toothing aud heal-
ing as Do Witts Witch ilazel salvo.
Mm. Emma Bolles, Matron Euglo
wood Nurwory, Chicago, saya of it:
"Wheu all elso falls iu hoaliug our
babies, It will euro." S. E. Welch, Jr.
Bcrea's New Teachers.
All will bo interested in knowing
something about teachers who will
I 1 1 f 1. . T -l-ll -1
uvgiu iiioir wutk in uerea vuuegu m.
tho oponini; of tho colletre year. All
of them como with the lnghost of rec
ommendations, and several of them
am already known to Uerea s workers.
Miss Eflie Thompson, Ph. B., was
educated at We lies ley, Mass., and
Boston University, with postgraduate
work in several institutions of note,
having held a fellowship at Bryn
Mnwr, Pennsylvania. Sho will take
chargo of classes in Latin, Greek,
Christian Evidences and Bible Study,
to which sho has given special prep
aration, and in which sho has had
largo experience. Miss Thompson is
a native of New York, and has had
largtf oxperionco in teaching in Mis
souri and Georgia, as well as in sev
eral northern States.
Mr. N. L. T. Nelson, Ph. D., comes
to tho chair of Botany and Physical
Science with an oxcellcnt record in
both scholarship and teaching. A
craduato of Carletou College, Minn ,
after five years of experience in high
school teaching, ho has jnsi complet
ed a post-graduato course work nt tho
University of Chicago. Ho will tako
a great interest in tho natural history
of this region, as woll as in tho work
of Beroa. Mr. Nelson is a native of
Minnesota, of Swedish descent, and
has had his experience in Minnesota
Mr. John Thomas White. B. S
will assist iu English and mathemat
ics, in academy and normal classes.
Mr. White is a graduate of Illinois
College, Jacksonville, 111., with an ex
tra year of training in pedagogy. Ho
is a native of Tennessee, and has had
experience as a teacher in common
and high schools, both iu Tennosseo
Miss Jacqueline M. Newton, Ph. B.,
comes from Berkeley, Calif., to tako
chargo of n section of the A Grammar
school. She is a native, of Ohio, n
daughter of the lato Professor New
ton. of Oborlin. Sho has hod her ed
ucation nud experieuco in California,
havimr irraduated from tho University
of California, and taken postgraduate
work in history and pedagogy, ano
has been teaching near Berkeley, and
brings to Berea a hearty interest, from
previous acquaintance with the Presi
dent antl some others of the faculty.
Miss Lucy Gale, of Cleveland, 0
comes to tako chargo of a section of
tho B Grammar school, with the high
est recommendations from Adelbert
College, where she graduated, aud
from friends at Berea, who have
known her work.
Miss Frances T. Booth, B. L a
graduate of Alma College, Michigan,
will have chargo of the C Primary
school. Sho has been a successful
teacher in Michigan schools, and has
had two years of training in the art
The Department oi Aiusio win bo
E resided over by Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
,odwick, both accomplished musi
cians and experienced teacners.
Friends of Berea will recognize their
names iu connection with Berea and
its musical history. Mrs. Lodwick
will be remembered by some as Miss
Nellie Ruddock. Both havo been
teachers in tho music department at
Berea. Thoy como now from Stew
The Department of Domestic Sci
ence .this year takes a more independ
ent existence, in charge of Miss Grace
r., 1 1! f
Stones, a specialist, iu iuui juiu ui
work, She is a native of Kansas, ed
ucated iu the Kansas State Agricul
tural College, and Pratt Institute,
Brooklyu, where she graduated. Her
teaching has beeu in connection with
the work of Pratt Iustitute. She
comes with excellont recommend a-
tlons irom ner teacners in rrntt iubu- . De Witt's Little Early ilisers perma
tute, and is personally acquainted UOntly cure chronic constipation, bil
with members of the faculty at Borea
Tho Matron of the Model Cottage
tho oomiuu Year will be Mrs. Frances
E. Newton, now of Berkeley. Calif.,
who is well kuown to several members
of the faculty. Sho was many years
ago connected with Berea College,
and later was a resident at OberlinT
Miss Abbio S. Merrow comes from
Fairfield. Me., to take tho place of
matron of the Ladies Hall, 'she has
an client record of experie,ice in
similar wor, uuu is u oir yi jiias
Florence Merrow, already itlontibed
with Berea as director of the Hospital.
Miss Rose E. Miller, so pleasantly
known to tho studouts'and others last
voar will take chanro of the fiwt year
r ' i r:' tj...i ...:n i i
mv Wiifrnnntnti n formnr stiiiUnt of
iftJr with the Mot Mm Etlce-
Bo.,ai ..." l ari2 . .
"V',1 f M.4 TO . u'1 .
ing Department and
tug luo winter.
nlv iwrfect" writes
Rob't Moore, of La Favette, Iud of
DeWitt's Little Early Hisers, tho "fa-
tiious little pills" for constipatiou aud
all liver ailments. Noyer gripe.
i . wnii S ?' elCr
KalphNVi lianison is oxpoctiug
teach at Bedford, Ohio, this year.
"Best on the market for coughs and
colds aud all bronchial troubles; for
croup it has no equal," writes Henry
It. Whilfortl. S. Canaan. Ct.. of One
Minute Cough Cure. S. E. Welch, Jr.
DODGLAS, BRIGHT & CO.
Ladies', Misses', and Children's
Shoes, Oxfords, and Slippers.
Gents' Fine Foot Wear and Furnishings.
Style, Quality, and Price Guaranteed.
ISTo Trouble to Olaow Goods
207 WEST MAIN STREET. RICHMOND, KY.
The Berea Monumental Co.
The result of good icork and reasonable prices is that we
now have customers in all parts of the Stale
When you want
Anything in the monumental line "
Let us know and tee xcill sejid you designs and prices ,
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.
Digests what you eat.
It artificially digests the food and aids
Nature in strengthening and recon
structing the exhausted digestive or
gans. It Is the latest discovered digest
ant and tonic. No other preparation
can approach It In efflclcncy. It in
stantly relieves and permanently cures
Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn,
flatulence, oour oiuiuuuu, uuuaco.
Sick neadache,GastraIgia,Cramp8,and I
Prtporsd by E. C. DaWIU aCo- Ctjtcogo.
8. E. WELCH, JK.
LEWIS A. DAVIS,
Medicine and Surgery,
Office at Residence.
Tutor E. B. Evans is to teach Eng
lish and Mathematics at the Wiscon
son State Normal School at Steven's
Point, Wis., the coming year at a
salary of $1,000.
E. E. Turner, Compton, Mo., was
cured of pil.w by DeWitt's Witch Ha
zel Salve after suffering seventeen
years, and trying over twenty reme
dies. Physicians and Surgeons en
dorse it. Beware of dangerous coun
terfeits. S. E. Welch, Jr.
What might have been a serious
fire at the printing office last Monday
was averted by quick work in carry
ing water. Gasoline in the engine
room caught fire and instantly set
ou fire tho clothes of Oscar Preston,
who was working around tho eutrine.
but fortunately Fred Keller was near I
ami succeeueu iu rescuing wucor,
who was paiufully, but not seriously
burned about tho left ankle. Two
days rest recovered him.
iousness, nervousness, ana wornout
fiwliniT! nlennso nud rearulate the en
tire system. Small, pleasant, nevor
' rrn or Ripken "famous little nills."
I s. E. Welch, Jr.
I , .
i Sunday night, after he nee t'ng a
(the Glade Baptist Church had been
! adjourned, there took place .one of
, those disgracefu scrapes, caused by
whiskey, which tend to disgrace so
i J aekSSS &
. . ,i,a,lriM- n,i
, 1 'i . .3 ".r
8' ul were louoweu oy
Thoy did bo, but wore followed by
Uoustaulo uauoway, who uuueriooK
1 it a - .1 I. T l n 1
t0 arn81 luen, aas'8leu UJ . "J"0
and Sam Moran, who were acting as
! deputies. A numlwr ot snots wore
knives were drawn, and in
t "acas Uoyle was baUly cut on
otU wrists, Sloran was dangerously
' cut in the rinbt breast, the-left side.
1 and wrists, and ho is in a serious con-
Onllownv retreale.1 at tho
HlgU Ul uuiifjvr, auu ou "ao
Only ouo of tho Chasteeus was hurt,
he beiugsuot ui tiio suouiuer uy me
(joy le. bucii uisiuruances are to m
doiilored, and tho guilty ones should
be dealt with as severely as the law
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is a scieu-
tollifiocom 'uula,havi , tho omloni0.
, ,.,,.. nf Vminont nhrsioians nud tho
I medical press. It "digests what you 1
eat nutl positively cures uyspepsin.
il.A. iteutou, isiooniiuguuio, ieuu
says it cured him of iudigetitiou of
tea years' standiug. S. E. welch, Jr.
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