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God lives to serve
Jesus came uot to be ministered to
but to minister
Man serves God once in awhile
but God serves man all the time
God lays on tho shoulders a hur
f den which grows heavier as the back
grows stronger
1 God was lonesome until ho had
created someone whom ho could servo
DK BARTONS Borea sermon Oct HI
Opening exorcises of winter term
in the Tabernacle Wednesday Dec
10th at S a m
A line program of student exercises
at the closing exhibition of tho Col
lege Wednesday night next
1Thanksgiving exercises in tha
Tabernacle today Thursday at
r 1030 Short addresses by Prof
Jones Dr Burgess and Prof Dodge
Good music
Tho King of Belgium has been fir
ed at by an anarchist but escaped
Godfrey Hunter Jr son of tho U
S Minister to Guatemala shot and
killed Win Fitzgerald of Mich at
Guatemala City
Porfirio Diaz the grand old man
of Mexico for a quarter of a century
resident now nearly SO years old
will voluntarily retire on Jan est
and be succeeded by the present Fi
nance Minister Limantour
Edwin P Osgood 26 years of ago
graduating from the Mass Institute
of Technology in 1897 became in
litOl Electrial and Sanitary Engineer
to the King of Siam Already Bang
kaka city of a million people is be
coming healthy and the whole empire
is likely to feel his influence
President Roosevelt has been bear
hunting in Miss but was unlucky
enough not to get a chance for a
The anthracite coal region the seat
of the late great strike if reduced to
a compact form would not be more
than 22x21 miles
On Dec 9th the lawyers of U S
will give a great dinner at Washing
ton when Justice Harlan completes
2fi years on the Supreme bench
On the 17th inst many places in
Utah had earthquakes there being
nine shocks within an hour In some
towns all chimneys were thrown
From lack of locomotives there is
a great delay of freight traffic at
Pittsburg about 150000 cars have
ing accumulated on the Penn R R
President Roosevelt shows his dis
I approval of Southern Republicans
excluding colored delegates from
conventions by nominating Dr Crum
colored coljector at Charleston
Hon Joseph G Cannon of 111 the
man longest a member of the U S
House of Representatives seems cer
tain to be the next speaker Others
mentioned were Payne and Sherman
of N Y Dalzell of Pa Littlefield of
t Me Burton of Dand Babcock of
t At Bedford Ill after the hands
in the Oolite Stone quarries were
I paid a lot of drunken toughs terroriz
ed the town and destroyed much
property Several were wounded in
the attempt of the marshals posse to
restore order
Five giant skeletons were found a
few feet below the surface while ex
cavating for a sewer in Petersburg
Pension Agent Leslie Combs has
resigned and is likely to be appoint
ed Minister to Guatemala to succeed
Dr W Godfrey Hunter
Uncle Pleas Warf said to have
been born the day of Cornwallis
surrender and therefore 121 years
old was baptized near Paducah on
the 20th inst
Near Caney a fight between the
Frisbee and Mans factions began at
a graveyard as Bob Frisbees child
was being buried One was fatally
and two or three considerably wound
Breathitt county afiairs are in a
fearful condition Jas B Marcum
I Etq gives out a three column inter
f view saying that over 30 men have
boon killed within the last ten months
and that the authorities protect the
m rderors
Tills is TiUNKsruvixo DAY
Fresh Bread at Prestons on Main
BEST BREAD at Bicknoll r
Little Mark Hawkins is recovering
from a severe illness
Mrs Tilford Wilmore lately ill with
malaria is recovering
This column is worth many times
the coat of the paper
Fresh Graham and Now Corn Meal
every Saturday at J C Sharps
Fresh Fish and Oysters every Fri
day at Prestons on Main street
Leonard son of Fred Ballard is roo
covering from the typhoid fever
Basket ballthat is tho reason A
E SufTeru goes around on crutches
Two or three cases of illness among
students have been in the hospital
and all are doing well
The football game on Lincoln Field
Saturday last showed a score of G to 0
in favor of Georgetown
G W Camp has finished his
school at Mt Vernon and is in Berea
ready for the winter
Mrs E L Hanson who fell on the
stairs at home and severely sprained
her ankle is improving
Mrs Matilda Gentrys school in
the Glade will have its cloning exor
vises next Saturday night
The many friends of Carl Hunt and
John L Atkesou are glad to see them
hack in Heron again
Mr Ito our Japanese friend loft
Monday for New York to engage in
business with his father
Mrs John Rice has moved to the
P M Reynolds house on Depot St
and is preparing to take boarders
Berea College has more than the
usual space in this issue and every
line is worth a careful reading
We are glad to hear of Mr Joshua
Creushaw Berea College 91 at hue
tonvillp Ky and active in good work
Prof Jones claims that his beet
beats Prof Dodges weighing 10 Ib
P S He has uot given it to tho ed
The postotlico will bo open today
from 7 a m to S a m from 10J50 n
m to 2JJO p tu and from F p m to G
p m
Born to Prof and Mrs Theodore
Pasco on Friday Nov 2111 son TilE
CITIZEN extends best wishes to young
Mrs Nellie Kedziu Jones is sus
pending her Indiana field work long
enough to spend Thanksgiving time
at home
At the Democratic primary Satur
day Roy C White of Richmond was
nominated for clerk of the circuit
J W Hoskins Center street and
R E Preston Broadway dealers in
real estate can supply home seekers
on short notice
Good news about Raymond Os
borne at Yale to the effect that his
Greek professor calls him the best
student in a large class
Our excellent fellowcitizen Lewis
0 Gabbard is being confined to his
home for many weary months with a
severe case of bronchitis
You might read many entire papers
and find less news ofImportance than
yon see boiled down in the one gener
al news column of THE CITIZEN
Ivan Porter the little son of W H
Porter cashier of Berea Bank fell on
a steel rake receiving a painful wound
from a tooth piercing his knee
Study the description of the Indus
trial building on first page until the
plan of the entire magnificent plant
stands out clearly in your mind
Jo S Jopliu of Richmond has tho
largest and best selected stock for Fur
niture of all kinds to be found in
many a mile His prices are very
low and he guarantees the quality
The three Embree brothers Win
Howard and Edwin go from Yale to
Windsor Conn on Thanksgiving day
to take dinner with Dr and Mrs J
A R Rogers
By a misprint it was stated last
week that Miss Hayes died lately ut
St Louis Mo It was Miss Caroline
W Haynes music teacher hero over
20 years ago
It is to be hoped that the atitring
song Columbia the Gem of the
Ocean found elsewhere in this issue
will be sung in many scores of schools
Lookout for the next one
It was a groat joy to our people to
hear sermons on Monday and Tues
day nights by Rev J 0 Buswell
who conducted revival meetings here
last year
Six quart tin pail 10 cents
Three cakes tar soap fi II
All first quality goods at THE TEN
CENT STORE next door to postotlice
Richmond Ky
An unusual number ol young peo
pIe are planning to come to Berea
next term and for tho present the
College sots apart two stories of tho
now Industrial bi < ildiug for their ac
All citizens and all coming to Berea
as students should plan to attend the
fine Lyceum Course which Professor
Dodge is furnishing so much cheaper
than such advantages are had in most
J Carl Fays funeral was held at
Mrs E L Hansons on Friday last
Revs C A Van Winkle H J Der
thick giving short talks and Dr Bur
Boss and Treasurer Osborue leading
tho devotional exercises
Colonel Baker while unloading
clone at the new Industrial building
last Friday morning received com
pound fracture of tho right ankle
through a large stone falling upon
him Dr L A Davis reports him as
doing nicely
Prof I1 Todd C A Van Win
kle Win N Hansou Cay Hau > oi
and Anna F Hanson accompanied
Mrs Anna Fay to Cincinnati Satur
day last where she interred the re
mains of her sou Carl beside those of
his father in Spring Grove cemetery
Mrs Julia S Hunting and laugh
ter Helen have arranged to spend tho
current year with Mrs and Miss
Southworth at Springfield Mass
Last Saturday Helen visited her
brother at Now Haven and saw the
great football game between Yale and
Harvard Kohl Pasco played in the
HELP AsTEnP F anti G C
Hall former Boron students now op
erate a Mail Order Business the only
one of the kind in the U S For
free price list and information ad
dress C F Hall Co 105107 W
Adams street Chicago 111 Aor
Berea references given if desired
Ladies Fleece Lined underwear
extra quality Vests 25 cents Union
suits W cents
liens Heavy Fleece Underwear 90
cents n suit
Mens Work Shirts tho M cent
kind for 15 cents
Linen and Turkish Towels from fi
cents up to 50 emits H pair
General Hani warn Cutlery Table
ware etc very low at the RACKET
STOKE Main St Richmond Ky
I 1 l
Our correspondents and readers
thinking of coming to Heron for the
winter are reminded that a careful
canvass of tho town has boon made to
provide for rooms and boarding
places This with the part of the
Industrial building to bo used to
house students for the present will
keep pace with tilt increased number
of students
Uncle Edloy Dalton who is in a
feeble condition is preparing to break
up housekeeping and go to live with
one of his sons Harry Duncan who
recently underwent uu operation is
not improving CastMrs Fannie
Phelps is slowly improving from a
paraletic strokeAunt E Smith
probably the oldest woman in this
part of the county is very ill at her
homo near Meadow Brook The
Nomination Committee of the Colored
Baptist church mot last night und
nominated Rev D C Francis for
pastor the coming yearThe colored
school at this place will close Friday
Nov 28 Public exercises in the even
ing at 730 p in Everybody cordi
ally invited to attend
Mrs Rachel Duck of Shelby City
who it will be remembered visited her
brother David McCollitm and family
this summer has come back to spend
the winter with him Nannie and
Mury Gabbard entertained number
of friends Wednesday evening at their
home Jessie Anderson and family
were tho guests of David McCollum
last week Rev It R Noel will
preach at the Baptist church at this
place on Friday night Dec 5Farm
ers here are busy gathering corn
Miss Ettio Rutherford entertained a
number of friends at her home on
Friday evening Nov 21
The rain washed away all news
items last weekThe sportsman is
abroad in the laud Groat numbers
of rabbit and q Hail are being slaugh
terod dailyHor Mr Terrill filled
his regular appointment at the M E j
church Sunday morning and evening
Tho inclement weather prevented his
being with us Saturday night The
sunshine brought out II large congre
gation SundayOur vicinity boasted
or rather bewailed two runaways last
week Not brutal but bridle In tho
first Jim Green was thrown from n
load of fodder and the wagoii over
turned from tho bridge in front of Mr
Carters store No serious damage
In the second Granvillo Clark was
thrown from a load of lumber anil in
jured painfully alx > ut the headMrs
Mary L Anderson is visiting our I
neighborhoodMr and Mrs Alfred
Keltou of Mugolhu couuty visited the
hitters sister Mrs J O Napier last
week1Vut Hammack is tho proud
father of a ninepound daughter since
Thursday Win Bailey of Clay Co
visited J C Napier last wooklt is
said that a protracted meeting will
begin at the M E church next Sun
day and will commence at tho Chris
tian church tho second Sunday in i
December Misses Parrio and Meg I
gie Clark entertained a numl MogII
friends Friday evening
Thomas Hays and family have
moved to Boroa Frank Crowley has
purchased Sherman Bakers farm
and Mr Baker expect shortly to go
to Indiana Lafayette Williams
folks are occupying their new posses
sions purchased of Dr Daugherty
Jos Fowler aid family of IIInra
visiting Mr and Mm Daugherty thin
week Little Albert Kirby WI severe i
ly bitten by a dog SUllllayB B
Hatfield is still quito lkOoIepla
Hays is still quite sick
Little George Washington son of
Mrs Eliza Washington is critically
ill at their home on E Fourth St
Mrs Angio Hancock Miss Bonnie
Strawder and Herman Long spent
Sunday iu Washington Misses
Lutio and Annie Hopper continue
attheirhotneon E Third StIfII
Mary E Jackson is quite sick at her
homo on W Fourth St Tho mom
hers of tho Bethel Baptist church or
ganized Young Peoples Union Sun
day afternoon Prof C G Harris
spent Sunday in Cincinnati
Punuc SCHOOL Kxmnmoss will
soon IHJ in order and no one thing
coutrihutcH more to the success and
enjoyment of such occasions than
good music so Tilt CITIZEN linn de
cided to publish in this department
for the i > ext few weeks a series of first
class songH set to music so that the
teachers shall hart at hand some stir
ring pieces to loach their scholars It
is earnestly hoped that this stop will
moot with tho hearty indorsement of
every public school teacher who reads
Time Table In Effect Nov 16 1902
tluliiK North Trnln 4 many
Leave Beiea 1121 am
Arrive Richmond 8 K2 a in
Arrive Paris imO5 a in
Arrive Cincinnati 7 10 a in
doing North Train II Dully
Leave Bores1 1111 a m
Arrive Riclunondf2 10 a m
Arrive Paris 315 p in
Arrive Cincinnati tj 00 p m
tJoliiB Smith Trnln I Dally
Leave Berea122 p m
Arrive Livmgstun2 18 p m
tAi South Tr U n Dally
Leave Borea 1L 10 p m
Arrive Livingston1210 a m
Trains No I and No B make con
nection at Livingston for Jollico and
tho South with No 21 and No 27
J W Stephens Ticket Agent
Berea College has secured market
for homespun and homewoven goods
such as bed coverlids liuou dress
linsey jeans blankets etc at follow
Coverlids 1 4 to W Linen 10 to r 0
cents a yard Dress Linsey BO cents I
n yard Jeans JO cents n yard
Blankets natural brown wool or yardI
White hnsoy and white blankets
are not in demand only ou hlankotsI
Coverlids must bet yards 72 inches
wide and 24 yards IK inches long
4ii dyes used must be old fashioned
home made dyes
Any woman who wants to soil cover
lids or homespun to Borea College
should find out what tho College
wants before beginning to weave or
spin Foriinformation apply in per
son or by letter to
Mrs Hettie W Graham
Bores Ky
Ifr ee olt l
In each pound p ickiKe of
Lion Coffee
from now until Christmas will
be found a free game amusing
and instructive 50 different
Oct llon Coffee and a Free dame
at Your Grocers
6 My wife had adeepseated cough
for three years I purchased two
bottles of Ayers Cherry Pectoral
large size and it cured her cum
J H purge Macon Col
Probably you know of
cough medicines that re
lieve little coughs all
toughs except deep ones
The medicine that has
been curing the worst of
deep coughs for sixty
years is Ayers Cherry
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furril of Illtrrr ill Vrr
Mr C Hnnoy of Geneva Ohio had
tutu piles for forty yearn Doctors and
dollars could do him no hinting good
De Witts Witch Hnxol Salvo cured
him permanently Invaluable for
cuts burns huiHiw sprains Incern
lions eczema totter wilt rhtium mid
all other skin diseases look for the
annul DeWilt on tho pnckngo all
others are cheap worthier counter
feit Forftnlchr East End Drug Co
West End
Meat Market
For Fresh Moms Suit Meals
Sliced Hum Lard Sutinngo Vegeta
hIts etc Highest prlco for Country
lheIt It UNII rind ft lllll
Snj In Wu Tortured
I suffered such pain from corns
I could hardly walk writes H Rob
inson HillslxHOUgh llli but
Bucklens Arnica Shirt completely
cur < Hl thorn Acts like magic on
sprains bruises cuts sores scalds
burns boils ulcers Perfect healer
of skin discuses and piles Cure guar
utoed Only 2fic at all drugstores
Canvasser Wanted
a journal for advertisorsk
published weekly at live
dollars a year ft teaches
the seteuco and practice of
Advertising and is highly
entwined by the most
successful advertisers in
this country and Great
Britain Liberal o o in
mission allowed Address
111 Nirur StNrw York
I Our Mlnitl Clinch ur
i IH the only harmless cough turn
IhntgrvoH relief Cures CotighNOoldi
Croup Hronchitis Whooping Cough
PneumoniH Asthma LaGrippo mid
nil Throat Chest anil Lung trouble
I got soaked by rain says Gertrude
K Fonnor Muncie 11111 nod con
tnlctlC1n severe cold and cough I
failed rapidly lost 18 lbs My drug
gist recommended Olio Minuto Cough
Cure The first bottle brought relief i
several cured me I am back to my
old weight IIS Urn Ono Minute
Cough Cure cuts the phlegm relieve
ties cough nl once draws out inllum
mntion elms croup An ideal reme
dy for children Ior sale by East
End Drug Co
Have your meas
ure taken
for your new Fall garments J
It is the only proper and sat
I isfactory way of buying your
clothe Make your selec
I lion from the tailoring line of
Chicago Est 1877
ttuix tailors lor our e quarter century
Youll find a world of pleasure
in wearing the clothes made
by Strauss Bros faultless
in style fit finish and mater
ials Theyre so much better
than the ordinary run of
clothes yet prices are aston
ishingly low and youre per
recltS3re In ordering be
cause If garments arc not sat
Isfactory you neednt taker
Vte will be
them pleasedti
to show you samplesCall
111 t t II I
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