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T BEREA 129 p m 400 a m
Cincinnati C10 p m 765 a m
Cincinnati 630 a m 825 p m
BEREA 1112 a m 1225 p m
Knoxvlllo 700 p m 660 a m
EXPRESS TRAINS Stop to let off
or take on passengers from beyond
Cincinnatia 815 a m
BEREA 1202 p m
BEREA 436 p in
j Cincinnati 835 p m
George Lampe was In Cincinnati
Louisville for a few days
Miss Laura Sopor Is visiting her
brother J B Soper at Lancaster
Mr and Mrs E B Wallace went
I to Kingston Wednesday to visit Mrs
Wallace Uncle Mr Chas Soper
Miss Margaret Mlnnlch has a posl
tlonln tho City Hospital ot Hunting
ton W Va
FOR SALE Small Soda Fountain
a 1 In good condition Apply to J J
Groenieaf Assignee Rlchtnond Ky
Mr J U Bingham and daughter of
Gray Hawk are visiting friends in
i town for a few days Mr Blnghatn
was a pleasant caller at our office
l Will D Logsdon formerly a popular
merchant of our town but now of
Panola was In Berea last week and
sold his property on Center Street
to Will Isaacs who will soon take
uj his residence there i
Friends hero of It B Roberts who
was a student hero a tow years ago
I will be Interested In his nomination t
County Attorney of Leslie County b
a majority of 244
The babies contest at tho First
Baptist church colored ended Sunday
tl proceeds for the benefit ot the
church being f 42G1
We Mil all kinds of feed coal Ice
cedar and locust posts and best quali
ty sawed shingles at lowest prices on
the market
1Phone 169 Holiday Co
Railroad St Bares Ky
< Miss Lucia Wyatt Is spending the
t week la Cincinnati with relatives
Maynard Lewis loft Sunday for
Cleveland where he has a place near
f there to work
1Mia Maggie Hurley and sinter
j nieces of Mr and Mrs J K Baker
are Visiting at their home this week
b Tkk Baptist Sunday school plcnd
held at Slato Lick Springs last Fri
I day was attended by a very large I
t crowd and the usual good times of
Jason Sexton who is working in
Lexington game home Saturday night
for a short stay with home folks
Mr Pal Lewis accompanied by Mrs
Lewis and BOil Urmston went to Rich
mond Tuesday Mr Lewis goes to
receive treatment from the Gibson
Doctors there s
sday from Cincinnati to spend a few
days with her friend Miss Floy Blazer
at tho homo ot Mrs Bert Coddington
Will Blanton was In Richmond Sat
Miss Bessie Sexton baa been sick
Jl since last Friday
Mrs Fannie Demmon and son Hu
bert left Monday morning for a two
weeks visit with her brother Mr
James Cheney at Valley View
IIOR SALE I am leaving Kentucky
and will sell 74 acres good land on
Wallacoton Pike good house and barn
+ wIth water near the house and three
good orchards
z > Ellhu Blcknell
13t Paint Lick Ky
Misses Nina and Bertha King went
to Cincinnati the first ot the week
1tor a visit of several days While
p there they will bo the guest of Mr
and Mrs E E Wyatt
The officers and teachers of the
y Disciples Sunday school gavo the Rev
and Mrs 0 A VanWlnklo a dellght
n ful little surprise party Tuesday even
ing at the home of Mr Wright Kelly
> on Chestnut Street Cream and cake
1 were served as refreshments Mr and
Mrs VanWlnklo leave for Vanceburg
r Ky about the middle ot September
Misses Etta Lewis and Molllo Stowe
lwere shopping in Richmond Satur
lt jI 1 I
1 ft
Mr Gilbert Reynolds has moved to
Laurel Creek
Mr Joo Bender was In town over
Mrs Tlncher of Gray Hawk is visit
ing friends In town
Mrs Ina McCormick who has been
spending tho summer in Berea went
to New York yeotdrday for a months I
camping before going to join her
husband In South America
Miss Roling of tho Richmond Stato
Normal left yesterday
Miss Dora Ely left Tuesday morning
for Red Houso whero she will till
tho place of tho teacher who is 111
Several young people from town
enjoyed a drive to DIg Hill Spring
Saturday afternoon
Tho house of Mr Harry Woodall on
Doono Street caught flro last Wed
nesday night from an exploded lamp
and burned down without anything
being saved Tho house was covered
by a very good insurance
Miss Sarah Ely a nurse In tho GIb
son Infirmary at Richmond came
homo Monday for a short visit with
her mother and returned Wednesday
Misses Mallnda and Ella Harrison
went to Cincinnati Sunday
About twentyfive young people
greatly enjoyed a marshmallow roast
down on tho banks of tho creek last
Vetiueiday evening
FOR SALE House and lot In
lerea Ky east end ot Jackson St
House Is two stories has flvo rooms
tour largo closets and In good condi
tion Thero Is about an acre of
ground a good well GO feet deep a
new cistern trees and outbuildings
This Is cheap at 1000 cash Write
to H M Shouse Marksburg Ky
WANTED Chestnut cord wood cut
In five foot longtbs green or deaden
Write Union Tanning Company
olllco Tenn
Wo will offer for sale Wedueaday
Sept 15 1909 at 10 oclock a m our
farm containing 192 82100 acres situ
ated onehalf mile from Kingston
Madison County Kentucky on the
Kingston and Borca turnpike
Thli farm Is ono of tho best im
proved farms in the county under
good fencing and In a high stato of
cultivation It Is well watered by
numerous sprlngo and ponds There
II about ono hundred acres In grass
forty acres in meadow and tho re
mainder In cultivation
Tho farm Is located In ono of the
best neighborhoods In Madison Coun
ty onehalt mile from postofflce
church and school house Rural route
ot the door A modern residence
six rooms all necessary outbuildings
barn tool house cistern good gar
den and young orchard
The right for fall seeding will be I
given the purchaser with full posses
aloa January 1 1910
7ERMS Onehalf of purchase price
will be required when possession Is
liven The remainder in twelve and
eighteen months to bear Interest
01 thu rate ot six per annum until
raid A lien will bo retained on nil
the laud until all tho purchase money
Is paid
paidAny ono desiring to sea tho farm
ot for further Information call on
or write J R Cox R F D No3
Richmond Ky or J B Parkos King
ston Ky
M F Cox
R W Boulware
n F D No3 Richmond Ky
VV P Prowltt Auctioneer
Blessed Is tho man who sticks to
his work for ho shall rejoice In Its
accomplishment I
Blessed Is tho man who hangs on
to his job for tho ond thereof IS
full knowledge ot the way the work
must bo done
Blessed Is tho man who puts his
whole heart Into his task for at tho
end ot tho day his work will sing to
Blessed Is tho man who Is not
ashamed of dirt grime and labor stain
for when his work Is one clean will
bo tho money In his pay onvelopo
Blessed la the man who makoth the
work at his hand a stepping atone to
better things for under tho sUmula
Uon of work well done will coma en
ergy to rise to a higher placo
Blessed Is tha man who through pa
tience and Industry comes to the end
of his day for his sleep shall be
sweet and his dream divine
Tho quitter Is not so
Teacher I wonder what your moth
er would say It oho knew how back
ward you are In geography
Qlrl Oh my mother says she never
learnt jogfry and shes married and
Aunt Sally says she never learnt Jog
try and ahea married and you did
and you aint
ainftr ft
THE BESTBred in line for years by the finest of breeders I
have a number of Roosters I will sell for the low price of jioo each
Call on or see
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ollo o o OO o 8 o oeoo0
Prof and Mrs a D Smith of Rich
mond spent Wednesday and Thurs
day of last week with Prof and Mrs
C D Lewis
Mrs McCormick who Is staying at
Ladles Hall was badly jolted by a fa 1
from a horso on Monday
Prof and Mrs Ellis Scale and fami
ly returned last Saturday from their
trip to Chautauqua
Mrs J O Calfeo has returned from
her vacation at Chautauqua
Dr Cowley and his Sunday school
class of boys spent Sunday at the
bungalow on Indian Fort mountain
Miss Corwin will return from her
vacation next Tuesday She will be
accompanied by Mrs Rldgoway who
will again make her home hero
Prof Q D Smith of Richmond and
Dr Bruce Fink of the Department of
Botany of Miami University are spend
ing ten days In the Cow Bell Hollow
region studying Botany
Francis O Clark who has been
studying In Cornell this summer re
turned Saturday but loft again Wed
nesday for a short trip to Owsley
County On his return hero he will
resume the splendid series of articles
he has been writing for The Citizen
Miss Margaret Creech has returned
from her work at the Seattle Exposi
tion Mrs Hays Is now on her way
back and Is visiting In Colorado Msa
Creech will spend a few days with
relatives In Cartcrsvllle
Miss Myrna Walker will soon be
Joined here by her mother and younger
sister and tho family will live this
winter In tho apartments recently
vacated by B E Cartmell
Mrs Rlgby returned Tuesday night
from Chautauqua
Miss Margaret Todd and Cleveland
and Elizabeth Frost have returned
from their vacation at Chautauqua
Mrs Frost will bo back about Sept
1 and Pres Frost about Sept 4
The Republican primary which had
been called to be held In the Glade
precinct Sept 18 to select a nominee
for Justice of tho Peace has been
called off and Tom Ifazelwood will be
declared the nominee by unanimous
consent Mr Weaver the Republi
can candidate for Circuit Clerk came
down from Richmond Tuesday and
arguing that it was not a good thing
to have tho party fighting internally
over a candidate for justice of the
peace brought about a conference As
a result both Messrs Short and Wil
son withdrew and Mr Hazelwood will
be nominated It is not believed
that there will bo any opposition to
him John Collins has been declar
ed the nominee for constable there
being no other candidate Both these
gentlemen will undoubtedly bo elect
ed Mr Short has asked The Citizen
to assure his friends of his grateful
appreciation of their loyal and
hearty support which he will never
Thats So
The time tbo place and tbo girl
How seldom wo see them together
And another rare combination is tho
man tho scheme and tho colnJl
lustrated Bits
No 25alt Lake City
The Journey from Pikes Peak to
great Salt Lake COO miles and more
must bo made In two minutes Moun
tains In sight most of the way the
narrowing valley of tho Arkansas fin
ally passing through the Royal Gorge
the passing of the picturesque Tennes
see pass broad stretches of arid
plains sometimes changing to billowy
stretches Interspersed with lovely
Irrigated valleys and thus tho whole
journey of thirty hours Is described
While hundreds of thousands of
travelers pass this gateway of the
west yearly the special attraction of
last week at Salt Lake City was
tho Grand Army National Encamp
ment Several thousand old Soldiers
gathered here yet tho attendance is
acknowledged to be the least of any
which wo bavo had The Encamp
mont proper or convention occupy
ing Thursday and Friday however
was larger than of recent years Your
readers must know that those who
meet in a convention and transact
tho business for the great National
Association are but a few of the
throngs who wend their way to the
Encampment city The masses of
soldiers hardly know that there is
a convention This year tho selection
of Atlantic City as tho place of meet
ing for 1910 and the election of ex
Governor Van Bant of Minnesota as
CommandorinChlof was satisfactory
to the Kentucky representatives The
great day of tho encampment Wed
nesday with ito parade passed off
most pleasantly Though our rants
are somewhat depleted there was no
falling off of interest on tho part of
the tens of thousands of spectators
In case of tho living flag only there
was a little disappointment Of the
1COO children dressed some in red
somo in white and some in blue and
so placed as to imitate the American
flag to tho delight of the marching
soldiers 30 or 40 succumbed to the
heat and had to be taken away On
this account it cccmed necessary to
I break up the entlro flag before the
i parade was done so we of Kentucky
can hardly bo said to have seen tho I
flag at all Your correspondent pre
sided at the Camp Fire In the Ar
mory Hall Thursday night and de
livered himself of his speech The
various camp fires of which there
were more than one every night were
accounted a success All returned to
their homes or proceeded on their
moro extended tours with words of
praise for the hospitality of the city
and the general cordiality that was
Tho valley In which Salt Lake City
IB situated to tho untrained eye
seems to be narrow with the Wasatch
Mountains on ono side and the
Oquirrh on the other But when one
starts out on foot with the thought
of reaching one of these mountains
his tired limbs soon remind him that
distances are deceptive and he be
comes convinced that there is room
for the making ot a magnificent city
here with ample plains for cultivation
besides Wo are told that when Brig
ham Young at the head of his first
great company of imlgrants e emerged
from Emigration Canyon and looked
out upon the barren plain before him
he exclaimed Here Is tho promised
land Whether ho was inspired as
some at least of hIs followers believe
or whether ho had already learned
enough in regard to the possibilities
of irrigation thusto be convinced tha
it was possible to reclaim this spa
cious valley we aro not called upon
to decide Be that as It may one
Dont Worry
If you are sick dont worry but begin at once
to make yourself well To do this we but repeat
the words of thousands of other sufferers from
womanly ills when we say
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It Will Help You
1 For 50 years this wonderful female remedy has
been benefiting sick women Mrs Jennie Merrick
of Cambridge City Ind says I suffered greatly
with female trouble and the doctors did no good
They wanted to operate but I took Cardui and it
made mo feel like a new woman I am still using
this wonderful medicine with increasing relief
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of the many wonders of the agd found
its location hero During tho CO years
which have elapsed tho waters from
tho mountains around have been ga
thered and dispensed from this point
BO that some of the most fertile land
to be found is la close proximity to
this city The yards cannot bo excell
ed In verdancy Water Is used lavish
ly It flows In concrete channels
along tho sides of some of the leading
streets It bubbles up in fountains
accessable to all and as cool and pure
as anyone need ever drink Here
has grown up a city of moro than I
100000 Inhabitants According to some
enthusiastic inhabitants It has reach I
ed 125000 but I always make allow
ances for the enthusiastic residents I
of a city Though the city seems
well provided with hotels two more
are projected which will cost some
where from ono to two million dollars
each There are churches as capa
cious luxurantly finished and well
equipped as in tho eastern cities but
of course the notable public buildings
are those of tho church of Later
Day Saints Their great templo with
its multitude of spires of various
heights I will not attempt to des
cribe for I am not allowed to I
enter it Not all of the members of
the Mormon church even those who I
pass their liven In this place ever see
the Inside Those who do go through
an underground passage to reach it
rather than to enter directly through
a door In tho same Inclosure Includ
ing 10 acres of land is the vast tab
ernacle This is generously placed at
the service of other people than the
church on special occasions I sup
pose It will contain and seat 12000
persons In an emergency more can
be Inside Its walls It Is so construct
ed that Its acoustic properties are of
the highest order I have personally
attended no less than four functions
there and rarely have missed a word
that was uttered or lost a single note
of the softest strains of music which
there have been dispensed The reg I
ular Sunday services of tho church
with lengthy discourses by Elder D
H Roberts explaining tho theologi +
cal belief of tho church I should
greatly have disliked to miss The
semiofficial meeting of the National
Encampment on Tuesday night of I
course was a most inspiring occasion 1
Tho great concert held nightly during I
encampment week to which most of
the old soldiers had free admission t
was one of tho best I ever heard The
organ recital at noon dally occupying I
from 30 to 40 minutes and free to nilI
brings out tho wonderful qualities ofi
the great organ better than any of
tho previous meetings It Is claimed
that this is the best organ in onr I
country I am not a competent judgo
but certainly It seems to me as though
It were three or four organs in one
Never before have I been In doubt
as to whether a certain part of the
music came from some mysterious
nook In the organ or from a choir of
human voices in the dlstanceI am
sure now it was from the former
Of tho physical features worthy of
mention I dwell a moment upon the
arrangement of streets In the main
part of the city the blocks are very
large 40 rods square and containing
10 acres each These streets are 8
rods or 132 feet from building to build
ing or 99 feet between tho curb stones
Where in our country will wo find
their equal In some of tho newer
resident portions In the city the
distance between streets Is only halt
so great Tho great Salt Lake or at
least the famous resort Soltalr on Its
margin Is about 18 miles away We
have had a railroad ride there and
have enjoyed to the full a sail on its
beautiful surface and a bath In the
heavy waters These waters are EO
impregnated with salt that one cannot
sink The floating on the surface it
one lies on his back Is perfectly easy
even for the unlnltated The after
noon we wero there dressing roOms
were In great demand although I
noticed that the numbers of the rooms
extended beyond one thousand From
this one can form an Idea of the ani
mated appearance looking down from
the pier Into tho waters at tho hour
of the day when the sea bathing Is at
Its height The lake Is about 100
miles long and I suppose CO or 70
miles wide in the widest part There
are islands In It containing hundreds
of acres with mountain peaks some
2000 feet above the water level One
of the Islands has a herd of buffalo
numbering 20 or 30 They are practi
cally wild but there Is a certain man
who is recognized as their owner
There are interesting trolly rides In
various directions most of which time
will not permit us to enjoy We do
treat ourselves however to a visit
to Fort Douglas about four miles
away whose regiment of soldiers de
lighted the onlooking thousands by
their marches and manoeuvers on
Main Street the day of the parade
They reminded us who were soldiers
long ago that we are Has boons
when It comes to accuracy in execut
ing the military manoeuvers
Mrs Dodge and I are blessed In
having visits with a cousin of hers
whom she met years ago with a for
mer school mate and room mate of
mine whom I had not Been for 42
years and also a night at the home
of Wm N Hanson whose name will
bo recognized by many of The Citizen
readers I must not elaborate other
points of Interest Yellowstone Park
next week
LeVant Dodge
Keep Cheerful
From a scientific standpoint a cheer
ful temper fs better than medicine or
gold It tones the system It gives
one a sane outlook on life But the
grouch physiologically and psychical
ly is dangerous
Uncle Ezra Says
It may bo good tcachln to turn the
other cheek to yewr adversary an git
It biffed but my experience hex ben
that It IB tho best policy to get it out
of his way Boston Herald
Look on the Bright Side
Reflect upon your present blessings
of which every man has many not
on your past misfortunes of which all
men have some Dickens
No Serious Consequences
Yes said Mrs Lapsllng John
nys all right now When ho was bit
ten by that strange dog I took him Jo
a doctors and had the wound ostra
clzed right away
Her Dearest Wish
Says the woman Oh that mine
enemy would let me trim a hat for
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