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Mr. nnd Mrs. D. C. Spark will
spend Christmas in Tennessee.
In tlin Citizhn of Nov. St li wo made
brief references to n part of Bcreu
College's faculty nml teachers, vi.:
Pres. Frost, Itev. JohnO. Kcc, I'rof.
Perdue University. From 1MM to
1HHS ho wns principal of Auburn, Iiul,,
Hili .School, when ho en mo to Heron.
Miss Kllie Thompson, I'll. II., In
structor in I.ntin nml Greek, studied
Dodge, Prof. Mnson, Miss Itohiuson, nt Wellndv College nnd Boston Uni-
Mr. 12. X. CnsMevetis of North Cnr- I Mrs. Yocimi, I'rof. nml Mr. Lodwick,! versity, hold a fellowehip nt Hryn
olina in Mm. M. F. Walker's clerk
Mrs. Sallio Fowler in agent for tho
Pure Food Co. of Cincinnati. Her
customers are numerous.
Mrs. Theresa Williams widow of
Hex. A. H. Williams, is very low with)
rheumatism. Has lain in bed about '
six mouths. 1
Mr. W. J. Parsons of this place has I
gone to Irvine, as salesman for his'
uncle, J. It. Davidson, the lending
merchant of that place.
At n dnnce near Sand Spring John
Itussell struck James Abney in the
shoulder with a knife. The blade
was broken nnd left in the shoulder
Ilecovery is doubtful.
Mr. ISnrton Young and wife visited
Charlie J. Lake Sunday.
William Ilellard is going to move
to Wnllnceton, Madison county.
Tho Pine Grove school is progress
ing nicely. Also our Sunday-school
is getting on uell.
Misses Kate S. nnd Minnie Lakes
were the guests of W. M. Sparks Sun
day, Nov. 2(5.
A man in our vicinity says tie
killed I(i5 squirrels in about
Mr. Edward Lake has almost
Mrs. Putnam, Mr. Hunting, Mrs. Jlmr, did post graduate work at Chi
Hill, and Miss Douglas, with like- t.K0 University and has taught Latin,
nesses of scleral of them. This week Greek, Christinn Evidences, etc. This
wc mnke mention of newer ones, giv- is her first yenr in Heren.
I 11. . f ... . I . . ... I
nig ine nices 01 iiiosh wni'sc cms we
K.litnl lijr Mrs. Kjtr K. I'msam, Ifwlifr In
Tim Ideal Fntlicr.
There are three kinds of children.
The first kind nro made to oliey
their parents nt the jwlnt of the. bayo
net, so to speak. The switch is never
Ktlllol lif Mrs. Kim II Vik-I'w. Ih-n o( tlr
Normal tViwrlinrnt. Iterr (Villrirr
"lo live cheerfully with ourselves
is among tho most dillicult tasks
which life lays upon us."
tttllnl t.Jf 8. C. MIK, lYiil,Mr ill ll.irllcul
lure, llrrr ('nllfire.
A Former's ICdiiciitloti.
Within six months I havo had tho
opportunity to visit two great stnlo
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. ...... ..nr. m-uK-ui-v mn ij nun 11 1 iiiiiM'iniiicn, innimmous mat lueir re
made mo think of some of tlm things IsjMvtivo stntes and the whole nation
Mr. N. L. T. Nelson, Ph. I)., isn na- one is worn out n fresh 0110 is cut.
live of Miiiiitolti,ii grnduntoof Carle- j Such children may Iwhave fairly well
ton College, and 11 postgraduate of through ear of father and mother,
Chicago University, lie was called but not from lore of them, and they
to Hcren the present year to fill the do not always grow into good men
Chair of Itotiinv, Chemistry, and Phv 'and women.
The second kind are allowed to do
as they please. Their father, instead
of forbidding them to tear the new
absent from the house, and as soon as' tlmt w" "o"l wt to talk alwut if I may well I. proud of. Ono of tin
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Dr. Geo. T. Kiiirrhilil, Vice-president,
is a younger brother of our la
mented President, E. II. Fairchllil.
Ho graduated at Olieiliii College, for
several wars was 11 professor in
I Michigan Agricultural College, then
for eighteen years President of Kan
sas Agricultural College.
I could come nnd visit nil of your! wns in the North, the other in tint
schools just Iwforo they close. South, and both mny fairly lie called
What do you think nlwtit that sen-1 repnentatlve nnd typical institution
tence tlint I ipiotel? Why should , ' 'I'" ''". Hoth combine with tho
anybody think it 11 hard thing lo live ordinary unhersity idea that of an
with himself 7 ; agricultural and mechanical college.
I suppose, for ono reason, it is M,. ; T''".V oirer nn education not only to
cause we come to know so many lit j ,lu' J'""Ms' "" hois to enter pro
tie mean thincs iiImhiI onmeli'im' h'shioiiiiI life, to preach or practice
book which he buys, puts the Itook And we can't forget, no matter how , Jl,w (,,r "",'K"m,'i the one who
up wliere lliey cannot reach it. .Such gooil wo may Imi now. that wo have r"'"K ' income a mcciiniitc, an
are more likely to be wild thiiti good 1 done thing-, that we wouldn't for the j "''''' ' engineer, orn farmer,
when they grow up. world have our mothers or our best' "Hicers of such an institii
The third kind are made to oliey, frit'iid knott, ami yet wo must ,,Tt "P ' rtivi!i iilnoiit nuoh ad
through love, tnct. and an appeal to with oursehes, when we would not vn"bigeH us the people demand in
their reason. They ate punished, in- 'choose any ImnIv as our companion 'heirsehool. If the farmers of a .state
deed, when all other means fail, and who could ever hae Ihvii sU weak or "av ""'-v Ml",, " t'hil that, after
so bad! We ipiile pride tiursebes
1 1 that we have for our siscial friends
me training, in the May M"" of 'I'" nirrtt x-ople in th neigh
llomr liiiiriml, I'riiucis 1 'K,r'"HH!'
Mathemutii-s, and Normal classes.
ished his house, and when he brings to this w. rk a ripe judgment
it to completion he is going to give
the young folks a party.
Your correspondent hopes that ten
thousand United States marshals
will enter a certain part of this vicin
ity and sweep every drop of "moon
shine" out of existence.
K. Hundly of Horso Creek visited
friends hero week before last.
Rev. J. A. Hums, preached to a
largo crowd at Pleasant Ituu.Nov. P.t.
Dr. Lucas of Burning Springs has
been in this vicinity doing dental
Our school teacher, Win. Wolf,
says he is going to attend Berea Col-'
lege this winter.
Bright Shade. j Prof. M. E. Marsh was a graduate c!..;
Miss Bello Wagers talks of coming from Oborlin in '03, afterwards was
to Berea this winter. principal of High School and Super- Mr. t has. A. hing, n native of
iutendent of Schools at Pawnee City, Maine, was educated in Boston Pub
Neb., and came to Berea in 1898. ! lic Schools, nnd was for many years n
He succeeds Prof. Hiiiitini?Hs urinPi- foreinun 111 carpenter and cabinet
nro praised when they do well.
Writing of the ideal father
Evans refers to the home lifeofn well- erlmps the Hrson that we know
known writer "who considers no af- 'M'st ourself has a fashion of hav
fair of greater iuiiHirti.nco than the ' '"K tin "blues" and being ery cross
direction of his four boys miiiils. , mu' got to lue with him just
His Ikus 11111 in age from ten to seven- "K' Mllc. May le he is fa.y and wo
teen, but even the little lad or ten is . ""linnusl to liae folks know it
!iitmili...l 1.1 ll... r..,.iil.. i.,IL ..1. but here lie is inside nur iui-kit.
..(...(tr.IIL .1....... nunn. ...iivii 4 - . -
lie brings College. Jaeksomille. IK- has had , are leaching these Uiys to think for; M1atarey011 going to do nUait ., . . . ' pro
teaching eH.r.i-nce in Tennessisi and Hieinselves. Instead of telling the it 7 m would all like to travel, to . , """rse lor uie
Illinois. and will heieassit1ii Englisli, children to 'keep ipiiet' nt the dining see new plices. and strange eopIe. , . , ' ' . , K,r"' ,,ml
Mr. .1 T. While. U. S.,l iru in Ten
ties-ee, miis gradiiatisl fnnu Illinois,
teaching their sons and ilain-hlers
those general branches which should
Imi studied by all to train them to In
come good, thoughtful cilieim. will
, teach tin-in the sciences that ply to
soils ami crops and growth of stock
nml fruit and the making of n home,
they will get such a school
The better they upnt such a
school by simding .students lo it, the
Mter will it le iiiiiiniKNl. So
table, Isith parents, with "i kind
ness, promote and direct tin
talkatueuess of oulh into fn itful day after dav
channels. The father brings home alTord the money that trmel nspiires,
the news of the dav. ami each Uiv is ' many of us will never go out of our
Wesavthatweliku eh.uuie. ' ' lo ''''"nto
... 1 ihtt Imu lllllt rrMllt'N llitiff 1 l.nw.
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""'Htm ( f, ' 'i rimn; 1 11 1 lif ) 1 -
n..l iu. I I1 ..f ... im..-inrwieiM-st
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encouraged to express hit.- Mf on
the-i-current topics when tl. v dine
at night, providisl he is willing to
tl' nk about what he is saying, nut
delhcr some careless, ignorant opiu
ion, then obstinately stick to it.
Argument is encoiinigcd. and fre
qiicntly started by the father. Knch
lKy may gne free rein to his opinion,
so long ns he keeps his tenilier and
lor proiesstonal study and for tench
ing inn haiiics and clieimtry and en
ginis'riug. The Southern scIkkiI in
particular hud a fine chemical laliora
tory and a well cpiipted depnrtlifetit
f.tr li.ia.il.. .... ..I....:... MM ..
, i'imbii-s. 1 men, was
own state, and fifty, sixty, or seenty
tears is a long time to lie with one
petson, liKiking tliiough the same
IV i liitM ri ii if it it 1. lit.. k .... u . I.
" . " i ii ii 1 1 if piii 111- v.ii r( tiu j . 1 1-
ing things with just one pair of hands. " Kiven up
Yii Inn.. ..II 1 .-1 7 " ' "'K'",'"g nun
things this term of school
1 1 ...
I. Mil ll.illll IIHl L-lll.., lit., I.III.rik lit.. I w ...
. '.I . ! Uwi raising. Ami all
nun ail tlie teachers would send un
to ineclninics nnd
new -I,.,,. ,,,,...11.... 1 t ..
. . . linn nil 01 inesu wero
ii nrlfllr nlit-iul of the outfit for teaching
Itire Ine 1 r.. ....:., M1..i .... ...
ninilin. .1IUI III!
lice evidently because (hu
At . . . .
argues his lH.st. No slownly habits (when your school ,Ws) the nam,. I Z , I 7 'i ' . T"
r ii.. 1.1 :.. r. ..... ... . , tones aim the shon rather tlmn f.ir
Job. S. Smallwood and wife are up
from Manchester on a visit.
Sampson Keeue was kicked by a
mule, Friday, and seriously hurt.
Miss Mollie Smith nnd sister, of
Spring Creek, visited here Sunday
Mnrctim Smith nnd his wife have I
agreed to forget the past, and are liv-1
ing together again.
Elhamon Smith, Jr., Buck, and D.
Smith havo to go to Covington to
their trial for selling whiskey.
Gambling seems to be tho occupa
tion of a small percentage of our peo
ple, w ho do not stand for a moral and
C. H. Miuter has gone to Madison
county to buy a farm.
Tho Groe;i Hill school closed Dec.
1, Miss Lula Minter, teacher.
A great many of our boyHKnd girls
are preparing to go to Berea to school.
Old men who have livinl on tho
pal of the Academy, and has charge
of tho Departments of Latin and German.
01 niougni or expression Hre permit of nil who have had such a record. ! r 1
t.-l ; H,;u f,..;l.- ti. ..;:.. 1 1 r,., ...... . . .... 1 inn larm studies
" J- """"r"-'" """" 1 nai ni would nave 111 ll Hie tinmen, 1. ;H ,.-, . .. ,
my U. nnything from fcxt ball to the' of some loys nml girls who are going1 k " , "V I"""" c)l
Insist MMunlifln .li-....rr.- " I. .1 . . " . . I k,,0W "at till'"! is SIlC" U til lie
' "mi-eiu- pieasanter 10 live ,UM,foil ,.M.ini,r ,,. . .,'.
' I.l. nf t a. t oti I i - j "mui iui iiii rni
, ., smaner, pre,er, in-uer: I hey , , , - . .
IV ill fc04.m in l.nru t.n .. - ' "
Prof. Hyron King, of Pennsylvania, ' .., ,
. , ii- iV - . . i 'tJ 8 w-cnusothey will Icntn lo uso
who lectured in Berea last win er, ,i' . ' ,, . t,
:.i r .i r n . tnom to ninny things. They
said of the following ikh-iii, by Eu-1 i , ... , ,
. ,, ... ',1. ,, J , will hear mon Ih-hii iful sounds in
H-uo riuiu, i would nuner nave
Little Itoy Hliie.
world should recoguize tho dignity
and iniortauce of his pursuit.
Scientists and experimcutoni are
milkitlL' IIIIIIIV illllurlo..! .1!
. ... .... .. . ..uii.i. miiii-i mill-. .. i . . ... . I -n j ...iimiui iiin.-iivi.riHH
miui'n. auuiiiniui in- ujun lllf ill" -i. .f-... t til , i ",-' o.ii, in ,n iui... wmii im Kll II 1 Iwinrim. ...w.. ll... M
, i ri i .- , written 'Little Boy Hlue than havo I ,.,,... . , . . ,, 1 u,nrll,K upon the soil, fertilzere, crop
stiidvof drnwmL'nnd i)erstMctive. nnd . . lauvliodv whose two ears hnd not Imsii ... . .. . v,ul
i...r ' n ... ' ... o... . .'erected to my muinory the lergest ,,-,... ...... . ...... . "ounsnment nnd growth of
before his call to Berea as Suptofi ,, .
., .. ii..- r . marble inouuinent
1 Buildings and Instructor in Manual I
Training, he hnd worked for some
The iocm is ns follows :
years us Illustrator for Harvard Col- T,'-'""'") ') Ui.v.r,,iiih.iu.t
lilt! .lltr.lt- un,l ...uni I. 1... ......Id.
, jege unu oilier iiisuuiiious.
Miss Jacipielinu M. Newton comes
as a graduate from the University of
California, where she also did kjs(
graduate work in history nnd pedago
gy. She takes a section of the A
Ami llic Illtl.-lo) miMI-t I. nil llh rn.l
Ami lil. iiiu-li t imiiilil. in til. hiinilt.
Tlll.r Hl.rll llililll.' ley ili; nr
Ami Hit- Mrlillcr i-.lliir lnlr.
Ami lhal the 1 1 mi' wli.-ti our l.lllle ll.iy lllm
KUmhI thimiiml 'U Hi in thrn
'Niih ilim'l )ihi Kallll I n.hii-' lw mi 1.1.
Anil iton't yen imikf mi) iiiiIm-
iney win get oxer, fftr... nlliln.iM. Bni, ,
Ux-nuse Ihey will ,VIT u . . ' u
Thfwu. iiioii .1:
they learn by patient to do it Wlrr l, , " , Z ' .F"
I tho silly "blueti"
love the work that they can do, as!
They will train them-1 (,nll( . , , , , . " ,
ivnn till iiiriii
t-n and wo .:ii ... i. ...!.. . .
selves to Imi more like llle
men not themsolte whom they ad
imire. So, of cou rse, they must read
I alwut the lxst ami the greatest ieo
' plo that have ever livisl.
Jlr. T .1. Osborne, while not one of
the regular teaching force, fills an im
portant position as Acting Treasurer,
from our Literary Course in 1898,
taught hero last year, and is at pres
ent in the west on account of the poor
health of Mrs. Mathenv.
Smith 1WV fnr r.n i.,, ...., i'u""' I
8aw it as low as it is at present. baviut l"Ttt at flw ''" h,0,no
. . , , , ., ,, j capacity since 18M). Ho came from
ItobertBrundimburgh a-c.denta ly ohio ,, js imlortailt faulor in
shot himself with a rifle, Nov. 25. His l ollr W()r)
present condition is not roportwl.
Married, James Wilson and Miss
Addio Reynolds, Nov. 21); also Isaac
Gabbard and Miss Lizie Kversolo.
Wo ugaiu see that the It. N. I. A:
B. It. It. is looking toward the coal
nnd timber of our mountains. Come. J
You are a wolcomo visitor.
Jlrs. Nancy Ogg is still very poorly.
I). Hullard is visiting his sister, Mrs.
The Misses McWhorters are visit-1
ing Mrs. McWhorterthis week.
Miss Pattio Todd's school will close
Doc. 8. Sho entertainexl a lot of her J
pupils at her home .Monday.
Mrs. E. W. Baker and Mrs. Wilson i
and family were tho guests of Mrs.
Ballard, Nov. 'M, There woro ton
children to enjoy the singing and
Tiie Misies Hundricksou uud Bow
Jin were tho gueuta of Misses Anna
and Laura Sojior Nov. SO, and enjoy
d the day nicely. 4
Grammar school. Her mother, Mrs. Is" i'-l'iiiiin..iil.iriimini
Frances 12. Newton, once Lady Prin
cipal at Berea, becomes Matron of our
Mrs, Mary Pasco Gould was a clas
ical graduate from Berea in 1S97,
uud has since done excellent work as
Libarian and Instructor in the use of
Miss Lucy (Sale, A. B., teacher of a
section of our Grammar Schools, is
from Ashville, North Carolina, but
took a course at the Woman's Col
lege of the Western Iteservo Univer
sity, Cleveland, Ohio.
Miss Francis T. Booth, II. L a
lleilrraml nl lln irMI) liijn
Ami h- lie un.ilnwittlnit. nil niivH nn
Au.lrtH'il our Mllli' liny Hint' -I
Hi. ih kih nrr mmiy, the jrisir. rr Umic.
- lint tin' Kill., tuy Irliml. aretrm.
A) i'. IhIIIiIiiI tn l.llllt-llnr IHe Uh-t
Iiul h lii'tln-Niiniai.ll plrt.v.
Asultllik'ttii-t"'!. Ii ef m llplr IhithI,'
The otntle of llltU rns. '
Ami the) unmlrr h uhIIIik Utv lent: )inn
In tln-ilii.tiif ll.Hl llllli rlmlr
W ImI k.-lianiiHt' el iiur l.lllle llii) lllm.
Ili.i he Ll.l IhrlH.ml lil Ihrlii Umti'
tvill l-firv (III...I. ...III. -I:ir .
j "- "iui iiiuereiit cases,
IThe trainel,is.lucatisl farmer who has
lieeu taught to think along such lines
is the one who can mnke the In-st use
of such knowledge on his own farm
If any Of you that have not pniiers The country is full of npHrtiiuitics
I enough to rend and who would like for better and more profitable farm
! some more, will write to ine at Ber.-a.'ing. The man who can mnk,, .....
I w ill see that you get plenty of good I acre of hind produce as much us two
reading. Even if you can't all como j produced More has done more for
to Bereit to school, you can all be the nation than he who has added an
learning at home. Anil Mime day , J acre to our territory. .Smll ire imi
eveir if yoil haven t .thought of it
yourself, your friends, the dear home
folks who know you and love you
liest of nil, will notice that you are
wonderfilllv nice to live with.
, '.. ' J'm" ,'""r"" Hrrea
Lotteur (hit muter filled ,rill, ,,
)eoj,le w, irant It, ,W a training
that will enable t,n,i to ,li,,il,le the.
value of thrlr home aerei, ami make
farm life bttter worth liriu, 1
Teachers' Normal CuurSC. talent uud then having to send their jn new -starting point fnrhigher attain
In the teachers' profession, as in all ( chililren away to schtiol, if they wi-uld inenls. The one who jN ho neiirly
others, success depends uikhi n ( secure good instruction. Our m-IukiI asleep as to bo satisfied with himself
steady and iiullilichiug advance, i year is loiini to lie extemhsl soon to ' now w ill Imi the failure of the n,.xt
nether or not you have increased seven, eight, or lime months, as m yivir or o the year following.
Tutor F. E. Matheny graduated I fj'!1"''" ' Alma College, Mich., has Hccess next year depends iion the , otlur states. It will then pay finely
had two years ot training in the art use of vour time until then. A first eniiimied tenchers to remain in this PIRK.SIM? INflllCTDV ncurinnnr.
of teachiiiL' and brinirs to our tirimnrv ;n..i.. i .i .r.. in :n i. . nunnnULV,
" i..novi:.uminii lt-llllin unn ill lie HIIUS' "iinuirnn, 111111 ,iie jnnir ourn mil lie i. .
work a successful experience. fiwt nllt :f ...... ,,.,,,. , (lr()mMS. Ar vol. ,.:..,. lo iM, :.. .i... " "I"'"1"?"1
..r.i , . ". i.i. uerea ikill
At the oiM'iiiiiL'of the W!i.i..rT.
1 trit Vill.. Ml I m
i:i, Hn.. i,' i:n,. . rn.ij.. of tiiti schoolroom on tho rloHiiii dav. I front or rrur of (lit. nro'hHioi.f A i . . h v irom
. . . J I.... ..11 .. ..?.... r . . I:.... 1 :
: .. " 1
known here as a student, having be- n"1' '"'Kl't't all prepariitiou for seven f medical couim- is now necessary in
fom I men n Kiiceessful teacher will uionths, your fitness for teaching is , order to bo a physician: a normal
enter ujkjii her work as a priuury
teacher here next term.
students homespun products, allow,
ing on their term bills as follows;
Linen, homespun, 30 to 40c a yard.
Woolsey, 40 to Soc a yard.
Jeans, 40 to 50c a yard.
Well woven bed covers, well match
ed, two yards wide, uud seven feet
Extra price for huino-inade dves In
Teachers' Normul Course meets the , woolsey uud jeans. Mnke tho best
the need. Therein no other school ud get the liest price. There will Ihi
Miss Grace Stokes, educated at Knjwing rusiy in some, ion may in 1110 stute, Willi a tncuity ol lilleen iikt cuauce to sell home products
Kansas Agricultural' College and t,'t " "rMt l!'UNIi "'rtilicnte now I or more, which olTers such a course. t the oienlng of tho Spring Term,
Pratt Institute Bnxikylii N.Y. isscor- 'mt 0"'' u Ht',,ol"l 'UHH """t Hw. Do not Iw deceived by the promises Mar. II. Keep every loom going.
Imr Miiirliul Hiii-1-i.HS nu the henil of 1 hu next few years Mini siiro to lie i of small schools. Attend a smull :
lessened. The most successful teach-! course will soon be a necessity for the
er is the ono who presses on to secure public school teacher.
a state certificate. The Fncultv of Berea Collei?e
Miss Nancy A. Tudor, a Kentucky The sooner you strike for a state has long felt the need of a course
product and a popular teacher in the certificate, the more easily it can lx which should enable progressive teach
publio schools of the Blue-grass, now Hccured. If you wait for three years, , crs to use to the best advantage the
teacnes in iwtrea ruiiiie scnoois ami you probably will need six months i time from Deiemlier to June. Our
will teach in the College schools next tudy, merely in review. You will
term. not lu, tcnchinir all linineliex. nml will
r iw,rt,,,i f nii ,.!,.,... 1 rapid development in the
( public schools of Ky., especially in tho
l MIhh Florence Merrow, Director of , mountain counties. TlioroiiL-l.lv nm.
I t !!..! I l!ll...l .1... I ! I
uur nunjiiiui, nun uiicii iii iiiu iiuapi
school with from two to six teachers,
if you cau do no better. But if they
do good work their course must be
Mr. J. C. Teeters, Instructor in Sur
veying and Farm Forcmuu, is a grad
uate both of Oberlin College aud
tal so that it seems a luxury to bo
nick. Shu leaves it in good shape for
her successor. Her sister, Miss Abbie
S. Merrow, is now the populi r
matron of Ladies Hall.
pared teachers will not continue to i limited. The udviintagos of Berea
teach in Ohio and Indiana, whn they College are greater, every way. Timo
find that their wuges may be increas
ed by crossing the river. Wise school
officers will import such tcuchcrti in
stead of employing the crude home
will be saved, aud timo is niouoy.
This appeal is chiefly to those who
hold first-class certificates or are near
it. Do not make this your goal, but
Now, kind reader, let us shake
hands aud form a partnership. If
you have u child you are proud of,
we will help you In its cducution. If
you aro an Iiiicrprising young man or
young lady, wo will ahow you how to
make the moat of yourself, For in
formation or friendly advice, write to
Geo. T. Falrchlld, LL. D.,
Berea, Madison Co., Ky.