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Digital page images are linked to the text file. o Rev JOHN With Ntroug Kia Enltrtd of she I4gI tlnu OL II A Family Paper BEIU A MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY DECEMBER 27 1900 Fifty cents a year NO 28 IIDEAS A jatnblcr is a thief What is a fndlOnus pet sin Juck Tho Christmas textlilt is moro blessed to give than to receive Cold weather ahead lay in a sup ply of firewood and subscribe for tho CITIZKN If treat an Immoral ponton as your equal you aro either bird of loather or a coward Next Tuesday is the first day of the Now Century Mako no pledges of ammendinvnt unless you deter mine to keep thom by the help of God Tbo Now Years thought God opens a now chapter in our lifo story because ho wants us to make a bettor record than wo have over made in tho chapters that are closed Hugh Miller No dramatistjwhat over ho may tuna taller than himself Bishop Haygood Then Matthew Mark Luke and John did not invent Jesus TAKE NOTICE Spoclal notlco If the Citizen comes to you and you aro not a regular snbscrlbor do not hesitate to rocolve It A frlond has paid for your papor You Incur no risk whatovor FROM THE WIDB WORLD Disastrous storms prevail around the British Isles Baldwin tho explorer will take the largest transport train over used in tho Arctic regions Two hundred Christians are said to lao beep killed lately in central Turkey by the Mosluums- Thw British are concentrating their fords in Capo Colony Thu Boers have ht nllnCllItltt HOern limos wook KTRYiIN OUR OWN Gen Wood re brU that Cuba is dilljC11re8 speech douounclni the democracy of BryanAn exodus of Negroes from tho South to the Hawaiian Inlands is taking plnco Plans are being made for it groat revival at tho beginning of tho Twentieth Century- It is rox rted that American inter torosta in Venezuela are are In danger on account of the revolution there John D Rockoellar has given a million cud a trait more to tho Uni versity of Chicago making nearly 112000000 in all which ho has given that institution Eddy Cudnhy son of an Omaha millionaire was kidnapped but brought back on tho payment of 25 000 by his father is now offered for tho arrest of the kidnap- port COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Grownup county has boon quaran tined on account of smallpox Business men of Louisville report the post year to bo tho most prosper Qua ono iu tho history of tho city e Christmas Weddings Mr Wile v Harris and Mamie Adapts wore married Christmas night MrJohu Fugett a1l Miss Myrtle Polly wore married Christmas at the- residence of the brides parents Mr anb Mrs Pleasant Polly Miss Myrtle is tho youngest daughter anti is a sweet and Mr Fugott is Tho Cit- Izen an industrious gentleman extends best wishes Madison County Rev W R Lloyd preached his farewell sermon at tho Christian Church of Richmond Ky Sunday evening While crossing tho river at Irvine Friday afternoon in company with her father Miss Ida Park was thrown from her horse and narrowly escaped drowning She sustained severe injuries but is now outof danger Rein Grant E Lilly the well known lawyer of this city is ono of the early applicants for tho prospec five judgeship of tho now district of Kentucky now under consideration Mr Lilly is a man of ability and would wear tho judicial robo with graco and dignity The county board of tax supervi sors composed of tho following gen thereon will moot in the sheriffs of Pico on Monday Jan 7 1001 JS Collins H 0 Hargis Richmond C F Parke Yates N B Coy Kirks villo J C llondren Million George D White Glade A T Chonault Union IIIIIUfll4UtrTHE CITIZEN Locals and Personals DrFairchild is again in tho class room Perry Reynolds is building on depot street D K Best of Lancaster is at Alex Moores Miss Nanny Tudor left Wednesday for Richmond Ky J H Lucas has moved Into iris now houso nicer the dopot Mrs Tilford Wilmoro and daughter havo returned from Lafayette Ind Prof Carnahan of the London school visited Ucrea College yester day Rev 0 IL Palmers resignation from tho Baptist Church robs Berca of a good mat A W Titus is erecting a store house on tho lot opposite Bichnoll r Early Dave Powell of Jackson county has bought Richardson and Isaacs livery stable Rev Mr loock has been conducting a series of meetings at tire Second ChurchMr Smith of Carrolton N Y a former student of horse College is in town Rev J D Oldham has joined his wifo hero for a visit to Mr and Mrs Geo Ames Mr John Stevens father of our depot agent is dangerously ill at Scaffold Cano Sirs A S Mann of Liudouvilh Ohio is visiting her parents Mr aud- Mrs Josiah Burdett Mrs James Berry of Rockhold is spooning the Holidays with her daughter and sons Howard Hull boys am rejoicing in Romo line now doublodecker bed steads with wire mattresses Miss hint of Cleveland and Mrs NuiUon of Columbus are guests of Miss Alice Douglasat Ladies Hall Mr Iodwullmanager of the Citi zoo has been quite ill for the past weak Priu M B Marsh anti Prof J W Dinsmoro aro attending tho State Educational Association at Louisville this week Tho Printing Office building caught fire from Harley Racers room was found in time to prevent se rious damage Mr Thos Anderson of Whites Stnton inns purchased of Mr H G Kent a Hamilton a Christmas present for his daughter President Frost went to Columbus last week to give an address on tho 270th anniversary of tho landing of the Pilgrims on Rock Mr Ellis Seals and wifo nee Mattlo Ambrose who were married a few days ago spent Xmas with friends hero lire former students of Boron College Charley Embry colored under son dice of ninety days for petit larceny escaped from tho chain gang Fri day and has not yet boon captured PautagraphMiss tho distinguished teacher of Physical Culture is spend ing a few days in Boron for the benefit of the college giving lessons to the teachers Tho CITIZEN saw some engrav ing on silver executed by T A Rob inson Jeweler Main St It was or collont work Mr Robinson does engraving on pearl wood gold or silver H C Burton and family loft yes terday for Ohio where thoy will visit and relatives until Mr Bur ton locates Misses Southworthand Jouks of Now York nt purchased Burtons property Wo shall miss himTho proper Now Years gift is a good gold ring with her name on graved on tho inside T A Robin son Jowoler Multi St will sell you tho ring and engrave tho name too for a very reasonable consideration The first quarterly conference for this for Cane Circuit M E Church will bo hold at Scaf fold Cano church Monday Dec 21 1900 amt Tuesday Jaa11901 The presiding Win Hill as sisted by the pastor Rev A P Smith will conduct tho meetings All are cordially invited Christmas Concert Tho Christmas Concert was a marked success and proved conclusively that Berea can furnish both a credit able chorus and an appreciative audi ence The solos by of Cincinnati were a great success and the glorious wonlll of sonic of thorn like that my Redeemer liv nth will linger in our memories forever LAST HOUR OFJHE 19th CENTURY WATCH NIGHT will be observed at College Chapel beginning at ringing of the bell 1030 p m next Monday night Dec 3i Sermon by Pres Frost assisted by other ministers and Prayer Meeting Good music Everybody invited Let us spend the last moments of the year in prayer We Wish You A Happy New Year If thoro la over a day on which a tuna ought to stop and think really hold au intorviow with himself it is Now Years Day A man who can think is pretty likely to do so on his birthday but on New Years Day wo all have reason to bo thoughtful togetherThought one is gratitude We aro thankful that wo are alive and as well off every way as wo are When wo look buck over as long a space as a year wo cant help seeing that God Is good to us- Thought two is dependence Tho future is uncertain except as God shall prosper and help us Our ef forts aro necessary they are efficient but not uficient Thought throe is regret Wo might have done far better than wo have Thought four is innf provement Wo will do better this Now Year Just hero lot mo mnko a friend Iy suggestion That im pulse to make soars good resolutions comes from Heaven It is the voice of your better nature dont neglect it Dont bo too lazy nor too cowardly to mako some good resolutions Make them thorough It is rfsirr to cut ojf your faults than to- go half way It is easier to kill a wolf than to put u collar on Jib neck And when you kill a bad habit plant a good ono in its place Overcome Andltthat tempt you and seek Gods help by n sincere prayer Lead us not into temptation but louver us from evil A THOUSAND PRESENTS Boroa College celebrated Christmas iu a manner never before known and ono that convinced everyone that a Berea Christmas bouts oven a Christmas at homo A certain kind lady in a neighbor ing city and her friends desired to make every Boron student happy on Christmas Day and sho certainly succeeded To begin with sho sent B turkey to every table whore students board And next she provided to gether with a largo amount of popcorn candy bananas nndsuch like tho presents for two immenso Christmas trees Tho students aro too numerous this year to boo assem bled at ouo timo in tho Chapel so ouo treo was prepared iu tho evening at half past two and tho other at six oclock at night for tho older students At both trees Santa Clad himself appeared in long hair and whiskers and there was plenty of merriment We are trult sorry for the young people who have been lato in getting into school this term and thus missed tho Christmas tree Tho presents were all adapted to tho dif ferent young people and ranged all the way from a candy heart to a dictionary including pocket knives pocket combs mittens books pictures toys games handkerchiefs scissors thimbles and articles of clothing Some received several presents and others ouo of greater value Six hundred young hearts wont to bed with a warm glow that night and will cherish tho memory of the bright occasion And every ouo of them would liko to thank tho generous friends who not only provided a day of pleasure but so many gifts of lasting value Wo are sure everyone of thorn will be not only tho happier but also the braver and jtho bet ter as thoy think of tho friends who have dono so much for them The loving work of tho teachers in ar ranging trees and gifts was also appreciated DR GIDEON A BURGESS Pastorelect of the Berea Church Tho calling of a new pastor to the Boron Church is on ovent of unusual interest to our whole community as well as to all of tho greater Baron which is made up of BOrba a tnends and firmer students in other places Somo of our readers may Iced to bo reminded of tho remarkable provi dential history of tho Boron Church which was founded in 1853 by a union of all followers of Christ in this re giou who wero opposed to slavery It is thus older than the town or the college Brother Few was its founder and for forty years its pastor It has been greatly blessed in promoting the fellowship and cooperation of all Christians emphasizing tho great Dn GinEox A BUIUIESS doctrines which all Christians beliove and respecting each mans conscience in points upon which Chris tians diner Whilo it has suffered for lack of continuous pastoral care since Bro Fees retirement it has still a largo membership representing Baptists Disciples Congregational ists Methodists Presbyterians and other Christian bodies and showing what n glorious thing it is for people of all these divisions of the Lords body to unito in ono strong organization and form a truo New Testament peoples church Doubtless in many places separate churches aro allowable but tho potty divisions among Christians are certainly ono of tho greatest hindrances to the Kiijjjdom ofChristDr is by birth and train ing a Baptist but ho is first of all a follower of Christ and so able to co operato with all his Fathers children without requiring thorn to seo every thing exactly as ho docs His name Gideon fairly represents his fearless spirit in standing up for what ho believes is right and ho has tho kindly manner and the sympa thetic heart so well revealed in his face lie is just tho man to be wel comed in his pastoral calls and to make ovory body feel at homo in the churchhouseDr graduated from Brown University and from the Theological Department of Bates College For some years ho was President of a Free Will Baptist College in Minne sota and ho has had most successful pastorates in both Baptist and Con gregationnlchurches Ho loaves a much larger salary than can bo paid hero coming as others have done at tho call of duty and for tho love of tho work in Bo roes peculiar field It should bo said that ho would not leave his pres out charge except for his wifes health Ho has now a church of over four hundred members perfectly united in him growing rapidly and just completing tho payments for a lino row church building- Dr Burgess has been an active worker for temperance Sabbath Ob Borvoiico tho Y P S 0 E and his church has perhaps the most famous Sunday School in all tho interior Tho Boron Church must expoct to beat work as never before and the corn An Independent Devoted to the Interests of THE HOME FARM A SCHOOL 60 CENTS A YEAR M d- SI 1 Read Reflect Act 1 Mr Covington of Covington Mitchell has purchased the interest of Mr Mitchell deceased from the administrators to take effect January r zoo In order to meet our obligations by Jan Ist it will be necessary for us to do the greatest bush J ness in our career Our entire stock in this short time must be converted into money and we know of no better way to bring about this result quick tha- nExtraordinaryI Low Pricesrye After a careful consideration we concluded to name such jJk Low Prices on every item in our store as will cause people to wonder TO m verybeginningmendous volume of business and at the same time feel that by giving mighty values that we are going to make many new and Customers and increase the prestige of this store for the Ilasting Now we know everybody knows that we always have best of merchandise the market affords For the Fall I IIsMens and Boys Clothing FnrnMinis Hats and Sloes better stronger and More Original than ever before Of f course the early buyers will get the cream of selection and those who grasp the opportunity now will show their good judgement C Covington Mitchell Richmond Ky ing of such a man will be a reenforce ment to the utces of righteousness throughout the state Tho CITIZEN extends its good wishes to Dr Burgess and to the church and community Wo willall try to make tho new pastor and his family feel that they are coming among friends PISOS CURE FOR Wag All eat Cough Syrup Taste eaJ Use In limn Polrt hr drueittit CONSUMPTION n E B McCOY Dentist Berea Kentucky C Fe HANSONSLIVERY Center Sftet Art Gallery CI 000 Piitprietor Uptodate Photos Nothing but the boat finish at the lowest price DENTAL SURGERY A WILKES SMITH D D S Smith Building Main Street Richmond Ky Telephone Uetldence No 05 Office No 00 WANTEDACT1VB MAN OF GOOD CHAR tcter to deliver and collect In Kentucky for old establish manufacturing wholeule house r e mrepay HOlet more than expert e couqulrod our rotereneemybnnk any envelopeMuuWtdV ChicagoI iLoiest Prices 207 WEST MAIN Weekly DO YOU SEE CLEAR I IF NOT YOU MAY T A ROBINSON IiJeweler and Optician fMica Strut Berea Ky Y03FREEwill fit you with spectacles that will enable you to see clearly Robinson sells Fine Jewelry and Nice Novelties Robinson sets your time correct Take your crippled clock or watch to him Attention Kentucky I The Fountain Pen is a necessity for every teacher whoewishes to save time The boat pon made is tho Parker Jolntless Fountain Pen It positively has NO EQUAL You can order it by mail from College Book Store Every pen WARRANTED and can either be exchanged or money satisfactoryWrite for Books and Stationary promptly filled Address Perry F Shrock Burea Ky Juna29 ka J C MORGAN Dental SurgeryOffice Hours Stole AM 1 to 3 P M National Bank Building Richmond Ky IHand Douglas BIIEABS We will mill her pair of 7 Inch razor steel shears lot eta or ct ltam Iwe banian 80 page- Illustrated Catalogue we will mall you tree U you uk for IU Address MAilER A GROSII CO 00 AdnmiSt Toledo Ohio and mention the Citizen Steles IReliable jr Richmonds leading Shoe and Gents Retailers Boots Shoes Hats Gaps a We wish to announce to the and vicinity that we are showing KvLatest the t most Complete Stock ever As i usual us everything be ttt relied upon as being the best as being the lowest I Call and see our line before f1 STREET Teachers Douglas Riohnond ir t DONT WASTE YOUR TIME BEGIN THE NEW YEAR AT BEREA COLLEGE M1 4 i NEWS CONDENSED Interesting Intelligence Gathered bT Vlre roN All Irt f Doth Hemispheres MONDAY The first blizzard of tho winter is raging in Minnesota The population of Berlin including the suburbs is 2409670 as compared with 2070040 In 1895 Pat Crowe Is a muchwanted man in Oihalin Neb in connection with the Cudahy kidnaping case Details arc cornIng in of shipping disasters on tho North Pacific coat Severn vessels were wrecked A tornado in Mississippi and Ala bama did much damage to property in ftc path Several lives were lost The Doer invasion of Capo Colony was n serious nnd wellplanned affair- It is causing Great Britain much un easinessOnly oneninth of the land in the Philippine archipelago has been brought under cultivation There is no land tax Capt Heygate of the British army 4I purchasing 50000 cavalry horses mules for tho British army in South Africa Chinese officials say that China will accept all conditions in the powers joint note without losing her face An answer is expected by Thursday Samuel McDonald who shot and killed Frank H Morris auditor for the war department at Washington will likely die from his selfinflicted wounds The government of Chile which re cently invited tenders for 400 freight cars has accepted 300 from Doeche fc Co and from W R Grace Co I all of American manufacture- Dr D K Iearsons of Chicago has sent a check for 50000 to the Colorado college within the last seven- weeks Dr Pearsons has given 200 000 to one other educational institu tion but declines to state the name A detachment of the 9th United States cavalry attacked a large body of insurgents near Guinsbatan pro vince of Albay After the battle 45 dead Filipinos wcro counted with many wounded An American ser geant was wounded SUNDAY Kimberley is seriously threatened by the Doers armyIThe British government will fight the Boers to the bitter end although 1 the public is weary of the war I Between 3000 and 4000 was se cured by a gang who dynamited the vault of the Dalton City bank I Col Asa Bird Gardiner district at torney of Greater New York has been removed from office by Gov Roose veltThe Coffee county bank at Man chester Tenn was robbed of over 5000 The money and one of the rob bers were captured by a posse in pur suit The last obstacle having been removed the joint note was signed by all the foreign ministers including the envoy from the Netherlands who arrived only recently John Joiner a prominent farmer of Saline county Illinois is under ar rest charged with the hideous crime of having starved to death his little 12yearold daughter who is a crip i pIe Frank II Morris auditor for the war department was shot and killed by Samuel McDonald a former disbursing clerk under the murdered officer McDonald then turned the pistol on himself but vas not seri ously Injured lie then pulled a knife t to cut his throat lIe was captured- and taken to the hospital SATCHDAV ExCongressman John H Brewer of New Jersey is dead ExGov Wolcott died at his home in Boston of typhoid fever Now York gambling houses are to be closed until further notice A temporary receiver has been ap- appointed for the American bank of BaltimoreSecretary Hay instructed Minister Conger to sign the joint note of the powers in China- Congressman Richard A Wise died nt his home in WillIamsburg Vo of Brights disease The schooner Jennie Hall stranded near Cape Henry Va The captain and two seamen drowned Germany will issue memorial coins celebrating the 200th anniversary of the establishment of the kingdom of Prussia jJ Gen Francis V Greene of New J York will be chief marshal of the inaugural parade in Washington March 4 next The river and harbor bill is completed It carries approxiraately60 000000 the second largest appropri atlon on record The telegraphers strike on the Santa Fe road has been declared off No concessions were asked by tho men or made by the company- It has been proven that James Lewis who was lynched at Gulfport Miss for tho murder of Town Marshal Richardson was innocent lIe unfortunately bore the same name of tho real murderer Virtually all the districts of Cape Colony in the vicinity of the Orange river arc in more or less open re volt It is likely that sharp fighting on n largo scale will take place be fore the invasion Is crushed I iIc JT FRIDAY Great Britain is preparing to send more troops to South Africa All the foreign envoys in Peking have signed the joint note to Chins August Belmont who has been ill of typhoid fever is now rapidly Im provingThe of Russia has recovered sufficiently to assume control of the governmentThere an oversupply of canned goods and the output will be curtail ed next year An American warship will be sent to Venevuela to protect American in terests thore- Secretary Root has approved the selection of a site four miles from Des Moines la for the new army postThe Russian bank is endeavoring to raise a loan in New York for the purpose of rebuilding the railroad faDchuriaI John W Yerkcs missioner of internal revenue took the oath of office and entered upon hIs new duties Supremo court of Illinois declare unconstitutional the law guaranty lug the rights of employes to belong to labor unions- Millionaire Edward Cudahy paid 25000 in gold for the ransom of his kidnaped son lIe offers 25000 reward for the capture of tho abductor The directors of the Chicago and Northwestern railway have determ- Ined upon a permanent pension sys tern for its 27000 employes of the roadThe hoer invasion of Cape Colony is spreading The Boers occupy Coles burg Gen DeWet had 6000 men and 18000 horses when he captured De wetsdorp JAMES LEWIS LYNCHED The Murderer of Marshal III chard on at Gnlfport Uanged on a Tree Br a Mob New Orleans Dec 21James Lewis was hanged by an orderly mob shortly before noon Thursday on a tree near the Louisville Nashville depot at Gulfport near the spot where he shot down Town Marshal Richardson Wednesday afternoon Lewis was captured by officers with blood hounds early Thursday morning Gulfport is a suburban resort frequented by the people of New Orleans New Orleans Dec 22Thl1t the Negro lynched Thursday morning by a Oulfport mob was guiltless of any complicity in the killing of City Marshal Richardson of that town has been absolutely proved and the better class of citizens there deplore the error greatly BATTLE IN THE PHILIPPINES Detachment ot the Ninth Cavalry Attacked a Large Body of In argent Near Gulnobatan Manila Dec 24 Advices brought Sunday by steamer from Southern Lu son say that a lieutenant and 60 men et the 9th United Statea cavalry attacked a large body of insurgents last Wednesday mear Qulaobatan province f Alba After the battle 45 dead Insurgents were counted together with many wounded The only American casualty was the wouiulinf of a sergeant who was cornered by several rebels and struck Ih the leg by a bolo The rebel loss was the heaviest recorded among the recent encounters The cutting of the wires has delayed the official report of the engage vent MARKET RBFOHT Cincinnati Dec 22 CATTLE Common 2 SO 3 B- OExfca butchers 4 73 4 85 CUttVEfiExtra S 650 HOG Choice packers 4 05 6 00 Mixed packers 4 85 4 95 SHEEP Extra 3 25 3 SO LAMBS Extra S 10 5 25 JTLOUR Spring pat 3 00 c1 4 30 WHEAT No 2 red 78 CORN No 2 mixedev 38 OATSNo2 mixede 24 RYE No 2 5S HAY Best timothyeiB 50 PORKFamily rv13 65 LARDSteam 080 BUTTER Ch dairye 14 4APPLESPOTATOESPer brl 1 50 ev 1 60 TOBACCONew 1000r 11 25 Old 12 00 14 75 Chicago FLOURWin patent 3 65 3 80 WHEAT No 2 red 72 74 4 No 3 sprIng 66 6j 71 CORN a 37 OATS No 2 2212b 23 RYE p so PORK Mess 11 12jll 25 LARD Steam 6 00 Q 0 95 New York FLOURWIn patent 3 60 3 00 78V1CORN iRYEPORK Family 14 50 15 00 LARDSteam 7 35 Oaltlmore 72V4SouthernCOIUNo mixed 41Vsw 42 OATSNo2 mixed 28lfI 29 CATTLE Butchers 4 75 5 00 HOGS Western tt 30 6J 5 40 Loulivllle FLOUR Win patent 4o5 4 70 WHEAT No 2 red Q 75 CORN Mixed 41 OATSMIxed 26 PORK Mess ti12 00 LARDSteam 7 00 Indianapolis 731iCORNNo2OATSNo S mixed 2Sj THE SUNDAY SCHOOL Lesson In the International Serle for December tin 1000 llevleiT Prepared by It C Lcnlngten THE LESSON TKXT Prepared by II C Lenlncto- nnoiIli TI3XT Thou crunnaC the year with thy Kowdnea Iun nail NOTES AND COMMENTS In the first place wo nre to recall that Jesus was the Son of God This gives authority to His teachings Ills coming was heralded by the angels Ills star was seen by the wise men of the east and other signs showed that He was no ordinary man but the promised Messiah sent to reticent Ills people and having In Himself the es sence of the Divine nature He was the Son of Man being a lineal descendant of DId king of Israel and having for His mother the Virgin Mary Being the Son of Man lie was tempted in all points like as we nre yet without sin This gives us affinity with Jesus Christ and furnishes the promise that through Him the GodMan we may rise above our lower and meaner selves and come into fellowship with nil that is divine Recall the opportunities of the time of Jesus coming This was no accident but a part of the divine plan There has been no other period in nil history when nil the nations of the known civilized world were included in one great empire and this under Roman rule This meant universal peace that there was one language that could be generally understood and easy access to all parts The Jews had gone into every land nnd being nn essentially religious people carried with them the Old Tes tament writings as we know them Recall the childhood and youth of Jesus and His probable surroundings advantageous and otherwise Hem ember that all Jewish children had abundant opportunity to become familiar with the Scriptures and thii at Nazareth Ills childhood home anti a sort of international crossroads lie would come into contact with nil types Jf people Into the midst of nil this place the picture of the boy Jesus nt the age of IS seeking to learn of the Jewish rabbis and the purpose of Ills life which was thus early brought out by the question Wist ye not that I must be about my Fathers business Then comes the introduction to His public ministry The first event was the preaching of John the Baptist then the baptism of Jesus thirdly the descent of the Holy Spirit sail last Ills temptation in the wilder ness For 40 days He thought and prayed and fasted Here with His life before Him He was met by the three greatest temptations that could come to a man of His human temperament and capacities The first was the temptation to command the stones to become bread This may be in terpreted as the temptation to put physical and material things above that which is spiritual The second was to cast Himself from a pinnacle Into the crowded court of the temple This would hue gained him immedi Rte recognition but not so could He become the redeemer of the world The last temptation was to become the recognized ruler of all the kingdoms of the earth This was a subtle temptation for He had come to es tablish His kingdom on earth It was the temptation of power and in volved the putting of Satan in the place of God We are not to suppose that the temptations of Jesus were not genuine He was human as well as divine and these temptations were the battles between the two natures for supremacy and the dIvIne trio umphed Jesus ministry extended over parts of at least three years The first year was the year of beginnings At Cana of Galilee He performed Ills first miracle At Jerusalem He ac complished Ills first reform by drIv- Ing out of the temple the moneychangers Ills first recorded discourse was contained in the conversation mIn1Istrythis year that He began gathering about Him a body of disciples It was from among these disciples that He afterwards chose 12 to be apostles The second year was the year In which He laid down the great fundamental principles of the kingdom of mainlyInbriefly In the Beatitudes Jesus points out those who will come into the kingdomThe year was one of many notable events and early In it there began to show signs of gathering Opt position It was during this year that John the Baptist was beheaded Then we have the rejection of Jesus at Nazareth tho sending forth of the Twelve and the feeding of the five thousand The main discourses of this year were On the Sabbath on hu mility on welcoming sinners to the rich young ruler and the talk at the home of Zaccheus The notable parables uttered Included that of the great supper the lost sheep the lost coin the prodigal son the unjust steward the rich man and Lazarus and the pounds It wai in this year that His transfiguration occurred Jilts of Truth When you open your heart to lust love will leave your life Fidelity to old truths demands hose pitality to new ones It takes more than a high price to make a thing highly precious A mans wealth may be measured by his capacities not by his coin There is only one single step from the level rock over the precipice of ruinIf men put more sense Into their kacred service the world would put more faith in their sanctity Kams RETRIEVES BIRDS ICAT Mlorle Void tit Wuiiy Clever Tel of ii VellKiiovfU California hunter Wuzzy a cat owned by Maj Lambert n California hunter retrieves the birds shot by his master He Is Mnjjbrings a bird down Wuzzy leaps to the ground and Is oft like ft shot lie finds tho bird and immediately conies bounding back through the grass and lays the gRille at his masters feet While Wuzzy will retrieve every sort of bird I bring down he will not as yet touch squirrels or rabbits says Maj Lambert and an he has tho antipathy for water common to his kind ho will not venture Into streams after birds He hiss become so pas sionately fond of tho hunt that he bit terly resents being loft behind lie docs not yet understand that all births are not game On a recent hunting trip he espied a dove on a btganlashingion When I had sighted the bird flushed It nnd brought it Iowa hens off swifter than a dog amid grasped the fluttering dove almost as soon as it touched the ground Before I hail this dove strung on my game carrier I saw Wuzzy crouch ing again and it was some little time before saw that his eyes were fixed on n little brown wren Of course I didnt shoot nnd Wuzzy appeared greatly disgusted because I did not bring the wren down I wits the first to sight the next bird and flushed and WuzzyIdog anti In a few minutes had found the bird and brought it buck to me Not only Is Wtizxy a good hunter but he Is extremely affectionate and lovable and at home when his mis tress caresses him he returns the favor with gentle pats from his velvet pawsFUNNY LITTLE FELLOW Jlinmr Cro r Ucom SeU la taln lug Cr7 Soon Altar hiss Shad Ills Initial Caw The picture here given Is the portrait of a little colored creature who has rel atives all over the United States Ills name is James Crow but when you get to know him you may as well call him JimJust a month before this picture was taken his mother Mrs Crow was sit ting on five darkgreen egg which lay In a large nest of sticks which she had built In the top of a tall pine tree She had been sitting there for about two week when suddenly she heard one of the eggs go crack and out from among the broken shells stepped Jim my Crow Pretty soon his four little brothers and sisters mad their way out of the other eggs and then Me and Mrs Crow were kept busy from dawn until dark bringing food for the babies When the plcaninnles were a month old they were fully feathered and feeling CALLING FOR SUPIEO able to look after themselves away they flew But it was not at all easy at first to find food whenever they were hungry and they were very glad when their parents brought them a mouthful now and then Whenever Jimmy saw his mother coming he flopped his little wings opened his mouth and yelled Caw caw caw at the top of his voice to make her hurry up This picture was taken as he sat on a fence waiting for his supper Cincinnati Tribune Wild AnlninU Fear Fire All really wild animals have an in born dread of fire partly on account of novelty and partly through the mom ory Inherited or otherwise of prairie and forest fires An animal may however become more or less familiar with fire and still be in the wild state uchI for instance as lions tigers hyenas and wolves accustomed to seek their prey near the habitations of men There are cases on record of such ani manIkeYIcome warm a ed camp fire They see the sticks burn lag but they never think of putting fresh ones on- Circumstantial Evidence Ellen has George come home from school yet called Mrs Snsggs to her servant Yes maam came back the answer Where is he I havent seen him How do you know then that ho Isat home Because the cats ahldin under the dresser Nw Name for the Zone How many zones have we Willie asked the teacher of a pupil in the junior class Four was the reply Well then name the four said the teacher The frigerated the horrid the temperance and the intemper ance answered tie UUle kUew a IFIGHT TO THE DEATH South African Ilatioou Attacks a Man suit Is Vanquished Only AfCrrIIa Fierce llnllle Face to face on time mountain side a mini nnd nn npe battled to the death It was in South Africa In thfct part of Cape Colony Inhnblted chiefly by Hoers And time nina that battled with the npe was of that race which defied the power of Britain Ills name Is Vim Mvkcrk The en counter to ik place on his own farm Time ape was of the baboon variety It was utmost us large an the lnriier und possessed till strength of four men There had been good suecm smith the dogs were kejid up by victory when an unusually large male baboon was espied clambering down u prrclplce When he reached the bottom the pack assailed him with great fury and the men by common consent rested on their rifles to watch the combat It was n fine spectacle The baboon seeitiH to enjoy himself limit what was play to him was death to the dogs They began to retire from the arena one by one whimpering mid licking their wounds Some had their bones laid bare One or two were disembow eledA huge boarhound which had no rival on the veldt In time chase of big game had his throat ripped open Dna ran to crouch nt his masters feet with eyes glazing and blood spurting frqm his jugular vein The situation was becoming serious for among the remaining dogs were sonIc valuable animals and the baboon WOK gradually retreating toward safetySFearing to fire lest lie should Injure the dog Van Slekcrk plunged Into the meter armed only with n knlft- A the farmer rushed forward the ape swung with his right No cat ever dealt a swifter blow and yet the wary farmer managed to throw up his simon der to meet It lie was knocked down like n ninepIn but If it lied not been for tils quick de ruse he would have received time blow on the point of the jaw and that would have been the end of him As It was he scrambled lo his fret before the baboon hall time to leap upon him and when time brute cast Its hairy arms about him he delivered an upward lunge In the Mexican fashion and plunged his knife to time hilt In the big monkeys bodyN Y World TilE KING OF DOGS Nero a Vermont JIn llT ha Contlil- ereil Ilir larar l Cmilur ov Living In the World In the town of Rutland Vtn lives Nero a huge German and English nina tiff who enjoys the distillation of br- Ing probably time largest dog In the world Nero Is owned by Judge Wayne Uul ley of Rutland who ls very fond of his pet From tlpto tip Nero measures seven feet four Inches and he tips time scales at 235 pounds lie stands nearly three feet In height and he measures round his girth 53 inches The circumference of his brass collar is 32 Inches and his foreleg mea ures lO Inches Nero is very fond of the fair sex and Is a special favorite with ladies and children Hut when a strange man approaches lmis kennel In Judge Baileys back yard let him beware for Nero Is not partial LAIKIEST DOG IN AMERICA to strangers One day a peddler via ited time judges house and when Mrs Halley refused to buy of his wares he threw himself in a fit of rage upon time floor Mrs Bailey called Nero and with a bound tIme mastiff came to hVr rescue The peddler went away In a hurryNeros dally rations consist of a big pnnof corncake and milk This Is his only meal and strange to say for so large a dog he has a light appetite Judge Bailey has been offered large sums for Nero but has never shown any desire to part with him In Kiitlond Nero Is a prime fnvoritt with all who know him Youths Com panion Cnnur Kill a Home The canary Is time most timid of birds and it Is not unusual for one to die out of sheer fright or from the Ihoct of a loud report But there are exceptions to all rules A Long Island roan tins a canary and time other tiny a mouse got into its cage and attacked it Instead of succumbing at once the canary bird showed fight The bird used its beak on time mouses head and although bit ten about the legs In several places generally succeeded In getting away after each attack and In tfie end sue ceeded In killing Its foe After time bat tie the gallant little bird mounted Its highest perch and sang joyously for several minutes as If celebrating its victory When the man was removing time dead mouse from time cage time canary jumped from Its perch and again dug its beak Into Its late silver sarys head and then remounted its perch to resume its song of triumph p MECClllblll own The way ls dark and I am lost and loneI Swift to III close ebbs out llfei I feel my years are fleeIng fast awaytIThe sun sink low and night huel to me for I am hIlled with tea need thy presence every parsing hour As wlthrrlnic Held the sweet refresh howrr Thy presence Lord must vitalise each a And Thou must seal each act by Thine or gracious Name Hold Thou Thy cross before my closli eye Let me behold the glad sweet mysteries Of life beyond where I ihal dwell Th r In life In death 0 Lord abide with m- II McMunus In llamas Horn INDELIBLY WRITTEN Mill Girl Father Ksplalna la He lluw III Maine shall lie In Their forehead How will God write It papa sake little Fre- Write what asked her father looking off lila reading Ive got ull froll time low stool wlrr she had been sitting with her I niui came across to hlll1toIt was Sunday evening amid these were keeping house while mother at church the what It says said stir rest pointlrumshall be In their foreheads outits ouf of time Bible added she and I know It means Ood because of that papa11crtook her on hue knee God will not fNotastonishment Then how come there7 Some things write WIIIJ said her father Bye looked el If she did j stand Hut of course It must Ince her father said It so sue waited for him to explain When you look at grandfathers atl yen hair began her father what do you see written there That he Is an old old gentleman dont you contin ued he as Eve unlisted Who wrote It there It wrote ltrlf said Kve Father nodded Right said he Day by day anti year by year the white hairs came until at last it was written quite a 1 plainly at If somebody had taken pen and Ink and put It down on paper for you to read sow when I look In your mouth what do I see written there I see This little girl Is not baby now for she bee all her teeth sail can eat crusts That has lenwriting Itself ever since the first tooth j that you cut when mother had to carry you about all night because Jt psIntWS you so 3 Eve laughed What a funny sort of writing sold she When little girls are cross and disobedient her father went on where docs it write Itself Look In the glass next time you are naughty and see I know said Eve In their facts doesnt It Arid if they are Rood In their faces too Is that what time text means That is what It means said father Because if we go on beIng naughty nil our lives It writes Itself upon our faces ao thpt nothing can rub It out Hut if We are good the angels will read upon our foreheads trydayChildren Paper THE TRUTH TERSELY TOLD Labor you know Is prayer Bay nrd Taylor It matters not how long we live but how Unlley A blank cartridge will make the most noise Rains Horn God III a great factor in human af fairs United Prsebyterian It Is ever true that he who doll nothing for others does nothing forI hhnle1Ooetbe One of the greatest temptations of men Is the desire to get rich either dishonestly or too tastRev C M SheldonNo can tell whether he Is rich or poor by turning to his ledger It Is the heart that makes n man rich lie is rich or poor according to what he is not according to what he has Heedicr i I Time struggle of rebellion Is painful V but simple trustful loyal obedience is sweet Those who have surren dered without reserve to the Re j dcemcra claim of sovereignty bcar witness willingly that Ills yoke it easy and Ills burden light Wllllnn Arnot love Feel No Yoke Gods will Ial great as God high as heaven yet as easy lot For love knows no hardness and feJ DO yoke Henry Drummond I Lend Vs Nut Into Tf inolnllon It Is poor religious exercise balanc Ing on ono foot on the edge of sin 1 Rams Horn I To Slake the Moat of YoaneU The Lord makes the most of what is unreservedly surrendered to Hill W K H TCTSJ I JOHN BRENT Maj Theodore Winthrops Great StoryHorses Hunting and Adventures in the West I CHAPTEU V Continued Hold hard You talk ns furiously If you BIIW such a setno before iiir eyes Your horse brings up all the ehlv Iris lilies I tense ever rend If these were knightly boys null two brothers in nrniB like you und myttclf eve r rescued distressed duniHcln from the grip of cultllTs vile we ought to be mounted UJHIII n pair of Don Filiation when we rude the miscreants down The line sensitiveness of n poetic mini like Ilrent makes n prophet of him thnt la to Hay n mnn who linn the poets dellrnto Insight Into ehnr octer nnticlpnten everything lira t character will do So Ilrent wns never surprised though confess I win when I found men horses and places doing what lie hind hinted long before Well continued I I lurid two years work for my horse Won It too much 1 Is he worth It 1 Everything In worth whatever one given for It The lens you get till more you get Proved by the fnet tint the price of nil life In death la cob served ncven yearn for an ugly wife why shouldnt nn Iioncntcr inn serve two for n beautiful hone Jacob however hind u pretty wile thrown In when he showed tllncon tent Pcrhap you will If tJie Light r1 the Haltin of Sultan Ilrigham Hrlg liam Voting head of the Mormon Church Ltitter Iiy Saints ns they tall themxclvc had ninny win rn Sultan of Turkey slimuls hee you prancing on that stem she would make one bound to your cru per nail leave n dark where the IghtI was I do not expect to develop a taste for Mormon ladles It Is not very likely They are n secondhand set Hut ntlll one can Imagine soma luckless girl witha doltish father some old chop who had outlived his hopes nt home and fnnclr he was going to be MelehUe dee Motes and Abraham rolled Into one In Utah toted out there by sots e beastly Elder who wanted the dough ter for his thirteenth That woul be n chance for you and Don Fulnno to Interfere Ill promise you myself and Pump If you want to stampede anybody wives from the New Jerusa lem tin we go through J nuppoiic wn have no time to lone If we expect to make Missouri before winter No Wo will start nn soon as you are ready Tomorrow morning If you please Tomorrow tIll Tomorrow It was Having n corn rnde I need not wnlt for the mall riders Lucky that I did not They came only three dnyn after us Hut on the Humboldt the Indlnnn met them mid obliged them to dolt the tops of their heads an n mprk of re spect to Indian We started chlIIzationImats Koch of us led a pack mule and a roadster pony with a spam one In case occident should befall either of hits wiry brethren Pumps and Fulano on good frIend ns their masters trotted along with rarelyOndunglinlegsbe fresh If wo should ever have to run for it We might Indians might cast fanciful glances nt the tope of our heads The other horses might give dut So Pumps with hits far tastic damcing step that would not crusts n grasshopper and Fulano grander prouder and still untoable to any one but me went on waiting for their time of action- I skip the first thousand miles of our journey Not that It was not ex anybodyjourney a t III an old story I might pcrhapn male It n new story but I crowd on now to the proper spot where the pinlianay One figure fills up to my mind this whole hiatus of the malllrnguedIskip Ilice Brent every moment He was a model com rode Capgt life tests n man thoroughly Common toll hardship peril nnd perdough i CcrthhlRjlare 11cluhIIIIIlIdtllohOPIIlelllllpart still bo friends nut foes nut the illusions of sham good fellowahlp vanish when the carte du jour la pore lilt nu nature damper n discretion and cafe n rlen always the same fore viola days or lucky days served on a blanket on the ground Ilrent nod I stood the test He was a model comrade cavalier poet bun ter naturalist cook It there wns any knowledge skill craft or sleight of hand or brain wanted it nlwnyn ticcmed nn If his whole life hind been devoted to the one study to gain it Ho would spring out of his blankets after n night under the stars Impro IuclIa a gray book a new plant bag a new beetle I nnd then reclining on the lonely prnlrle talk our breakfast whose cook lie had been full of Eden SybarlH till holocausts of Achilles the trlcllnlu of Luculliis fife auto melon tables of the Oell de loco f the cabinets of the Frurcs Proven crux and the dinners of civilization where the wise and the witty rocs t to shine nnd sparkle for the bcautl ful that our meager provender suf feted change Into something rid and strange the llnkcn of iris pork became peacocks tongues J every quoit of tough toasted dough u vol nu vent nnd the colTec the outer saw milk or muscovado n ill vlner porridge than ever was sipped on the sunny summltn of Olympus Place where the Greeks thought the gods lived Such u magician one who cnn do ml melts Is priceless Every object when he looked ut it seemed to revolve about nnd exhibit Its bright Hide Dlfllculty skulked nwny from him Danger cowered under his rye Nothing could damp his enthusi asm Nothing could drench his nr dor No drowning his energy Ii e never growled never skulked never Himppcd never flinched Frosty night on the Slcrrn tried to cramp voileIrtt a shrank his biickskinn and sucked the mnchcers of his saddle to mere pulp rain pried his blanketn In till bivouac he was n motet Inland n n muddy lake Bah elements try It on n milksop not on John Itrent the Invulnerable lilt somebody else lieu grizzly child of Erebus Brent woe closer to Nature than any man I ever knew Not otter the iIIInlllllr of nn artist The artist con escape n certain technicality He looklit the world through th npectnclen of his style He Ion s mist and hales sunshine or laves Mbruukx nnd shrinks from till IIIlad1OWIIfarsweeping plain and the Bourn n Miowpeuk Even the greatest artist runs n risk which only time greater than greatest escape of suiting Nn ture to themselves not themxelven to Nature Ilrent with Nature wan like it youth with the maiden he loves She was always his love what ever she could do however dressed In clouds or sunshine unchanging warpingd or Iteniitlful for her grandeur beautiful for her tenderness rltnpi 10relePolllllntJhrartful rough potent anti Impressive In barbaric queen It In not h charming region thnt brendth of the world between thu Foolonner Mine and the Grent Snit Lake Much Is dusty desert much Is dreary plain bushed with wild sage the wrctchcdcst plant that grows much is rugged mountain A grim and desolate waste Hut Inc nnd broad Unbroken and Inuit turbid Jn IU solemn solitude bIpreltlncss No thought of cottngc IImlltIIlIuhmlllHhe petsItns near the cradle an it mny It Is n region that appeals to the go nnd the gallop thnt even the feelsa cockney foolish city chop who never sow beyond n vistn of blocks rows of houses can not eliminate from ids being It does not order PloughlllnnIboundless ploughfields the prairie lands of inldAmcrlcn These dcst spaces ribbed with barren stretch from the Krdouln name ot tribe of Aruba In the desert trend of those who Love all waste And solitary places where we taste The pleasure of believing whnt we see In boundless nn we wish our souls to be It may be n dreary region but grant white clouds In the moon t hat splendid September the twUlRhtabehlllil erogIInllIthat lit our bivouacs the moon that paled the lambent stars nil theseI hind their glory Intenscr because serif fact come simple and elan 101111ehnlllnlt1 study nnd love wit the spendthrift exuberance of fuller landscapeslIn nil this time I to IItheman I hmo known no more perfect nhIjlnAnever because the nIIto Itnil opposite sides Our xnld n bentitlful golden shield The other sold You fool It In ai vet So they qunrreled and fought though both were right SucliIfriendship justifies life bettfaith Is worth encountering for t anke of such good fnlth nil col shoulder for such worm heart And BO I bring our little party over the first halt of its journey I will not even dclny to describe Utah not even for Its watermelons snke though that tricolor doter grently gladdened our dry jaws an we followed the valley from lie x Killer the northernmost settlement to the City of the uncut Salt Lake In n few days of repose we hall exhausted Mormon civilization nnd Ifheartv CHAPTER V1SIAKB SHAM1JKULAIN- i Heavens cllmaJe approaches till perfect charm of nn American October 1 accept my place in vnncc and hook my lodgings to eternity IFlue climate of the best zone In is transcendent for its pu pose Its purpose Is to keep men n hllthIchanting luxury of repose when ur dent summer has achieved Its hnr yearigolden slumberous air The ntmos photo Is visible sunshine Every Ice t in thin forest changes to n rcspIciuN cut blossom Time woods are rich und Mplcndoroun but not glaring Nothing breaks the tranquil wealthy sentiment of the time It In the years delightful holiday t througheMonntaliiH wull of Utah on the cast We pnnsoil Kcho Canon and the other strait gates ami rough ways through which the IjittcrDny Saints win an entrance to their Slon We met them in throngs hard nt work nt such winning The simulateC emigration of Mormons was begin nlng to come In No one would hnve sRlntllhlpfromknow them lire clean nrc not rn ged nre not even patched Tin rnlliken snipIo pn we could to windward Poor arc lhrce We hastened on fur our way wall long and nutumnn hospitable dnyn ttwere pew Just at the foot of thona hurt bulky mounds of mountain by which the Vaunt eh rouge tones off Into the great plains between it an the Kockyn we overtook the Sa Lake mall party going eastward They were traveling right or ten men strong with n four mnic wagon and several horses and mulen driven be side for relays If Joke Hlinmlwrlaln in the Clip tain of the party Mid Ilrent when we caught sight of them upon the open well Join them Who Is Jake Shambcrlaln whomrto I Nworld Jle hex been n London polio mnn Ho wnn pulling strokeoar in tho cnptnlnH gig that took me ashore from u dinner on board the Firefly British steamer at the Pintzus Ho Carthen sinn convent He married a pert girl In DoMon once went oft on n mackerel trip dui when lie ran to packteen converted to the doctrine that hagmore one mn Mormon and polygamlst of him Ho came out two or three years ngo and being n thriving fellow has Jot to himself lands and beeves and wives without number Hlddulph and I stayed several days with him when we come through in the summer His ranch In down the valley tJsn Provo Ho owns half the Uultt States moil contract They told mo in tile city that he Intended to run thU trip himself You will nee odd compound of a fellow nilI mnnIofwormollmet Han ho come to his finality 7 crta religionsis In the clvlllcd world the Popish and tho Mormon Those two nre only ones tint have any basis In authority Ills convent experience disenchanted IlulloIlrreerentsayn trunks ore n set of snufTv old rcprobatcn Ho snys that he found unmarriedJ viceispolyJardent propagandist anti exhorter t Tnkc the miin nn he in and he has plenty of brave honest qUlllltlcs- Wo hind by this time ridden up to mottolmgrulisyIle11over perIlor Little Stony My mop 6f memo veined with so many such streams gulag In n hurry through barren und no more thou drains on n water xhed that I confuse their un IIIllUNhieHIIlIIcn oily too new for the consecration otI IIlocll1lluutugh the meadows und benenl tho rime tumbling and cascading the mountainsides from under darkling hemlocks Into the spat moon and leaping Into whlto 1ruler between the flies of Northern a blrehcathey into their wellre membered titles friendly and do mestic or of sturdy syllables and wilderness sound Such waters liar j guttersColoradoy To be continued Bermuda provides beautiful roads for cyclists The roadbeds are of coral smooth ns the floor of n bed roots and ns clean ns it Is possible or any road to be Tho delights of u plit on ones bike in tho neighbor of any city in these delightful arts beyond comparison SACRIFICES OF GOD Dr Talraage Preaches an Appropri SermonrThe Lord Gift of Ilia Son Through Worldstof the Saviour Copyright 1000 by Louis KlopicJi N VJ In this discourse Dr Talmage de scribes in n new way the sacrifices made for the worlds distnthrullmeut amid de liverance Ills text is I John iv 10 God Is love- Perilous undertaking would it be to attempt a comparison between the nt tributes of God They ore not like a mountain range with here and the a higher peak nor like the ocean wIt- h here mid there n profotinder depth c cannot measure Infinities We would not dare to say whether His omnipotence or omniscience or omnipresence or Immutability or wisdom or justice or love is the greater attribute be the one mentioned in my text deeper impression upon us than any other It was evidently a very old mOil who wrote the chapter from which I take the text John was not in hi dotage as Prof Klchorn asserted but you can tell by the repetition in the thatithe was an octo genarian Yet Paul In mldllfe masts criticsison strongert or tensenn Ivor is of my text God Is love Indeed the older one geld the more he appreciates thin attribute Tho harshness and the combativeness and the severity have gone out of the old man and he Is more lenient and aware of his own faults Is more disposed to make excuses for the faults of others 10Itor er justicebut when he got old ho preached three sermons on the love of God and one on the justice of God Far back in the eternities there came a time when God would express o 0 emotion of His nature which tcat yet unexpressed He had made more worlds than were seen by time ancients from the top of the Egyptian pyramid which was ward an nn observatory and more worlds than modern astronomy has mlcroIII0piegoredemonstration noI make 0 Sat urns and hundred tyand not demonstrate an Instant of lot was an unknown passion and the secret of the universe It was a sup ressed emotion of the great God B there would come a time when this passion of infinite love would be d clared and Illustrated God would ye lli It no longer After the clock of many centuries hnd run down and worlds had been born and demolished on n comparatively obscure star a race human beings would be born and who though so bountifully provided for that they ought to have behaved themselves well went Into Insurrection and con flailde arm t thunderbolt mnn against God If high Intelligences looked down and laW what was going on they must hove prophesied extermination complete ex termination of these offenders of Jeho vah lift Who Is that coming out of the throne room of Heaven Who tint coming out of the palaces of eternal It is the Son of the Emperor thehighthe cold sic of a December night In Pal tortes anti amid the bleatlnga of sheep and the lowing of cattle nnd the moan log of camels and the banter of hcrds men tokes his first sleep on earth and for 33 years invites the wandering race antiI1tavenyears ever known in Heaven Among ImpatienceFather looked down and saw his Son ahomelessmade the noonday heavens turn bla ekono portedAnd egr ueI sorrow ie such a denthj It was to invite the hu antipathlg ea Is lorelOW nothing beautiful in 0I theT30 n Long Island or New Jersey coast Hex whenia or storm before which nothing could be Human nature wrecked IIion of sin and sorrow Yet it was InI thehloveliness hovering over deformity It wax the lifeboat putting out Into surf that attempted its demolition Itinwas harmony pitying discord It wan living God putting Ills arms around n recreant world The schoolmen deride the Idea thatIGod has emotion They think It wouldt be a Divine weakness to be stirred by tiesf learned Brach and Sclilelprmocber Is all Infinite Intelligence without feeling n cold and cheerless divinity But then God we worship Is one of sympathy and compassion and helpfulness and af fcctlon God Is love In nil the BIble therein no more con Kolatory statement The very best petapie hour in their lives occurrences plicable They are bereft or versecute- to Impoverished ur Invalided The djam v t Mt Wr s t r have only one child and that dies while the next door neighbor has seven children and they are all spared The unfortunates buy at a time when the market is rising and the day after the market falls At a time when they need to feel the best for the discharge of some duty they ore seized with physical collapse Trying to do a good end hon est and useful thing they are mlsrep resented anti belled as if they had practiced a villain These are people who all their lives have suffered injus Ices Others of less talent with less consecration go on and up while they go on and down There are in man Uvestlddleathsthaveneverbeenaol4eysteries x d plained heartbreaks that have nets been healed Go to that man or tb woman with philosophic explanation and you will make matters worse stead of making them better But let rethe oceanic tide of the text roll in that II8Oul and all its worrlinents and teens and disasters will be submerged whet blessing and the sufferer will say cannot understand the reason for my troubles but I will some day under byaccltesGod is love But for this divine feeling I think our world would long ago have been demolished Just think of the organs ized wickedness of the nations See the abominations continental Behold the false religion that hoist Mohair med and Buddha and Confucius Loo at the Koran and the Shastra and t6 ZendAvesta that would crowd out of the world the Holy Scriptures Look at war digging Its trenches for the dead across the hemispheres See the great cities with their holocaust of destroyed manhood and womanhood What blasphemies assail the heavens l What butcheries sicken the centuries What processions of crime and atrocity and woe encircle the globe If justice had spoken it would have said The world deserves annihilation and let Immutabilityj is to me an affront infinite and away with it It omniscience had spoken it would have said I have watched comprhenatrethe offense longer continued If truth ebed spoken it would have said I de elate that they who offend the law must go down under the law But di vine love took a different view of the worlds obtlllrllcy and pollution It said I pity all those woes of tie eisearth I cannot stand here and AO e o assuagement of those sufferings I will go down and reform the world I will medicate its wounds I will cal its frenzy I will wash oft its poll u tion I will become incarnated I will eitake on my shoulders and upon ray brow and into my heart the conse quences of the worlds misbehavior I tstart now and between my arrival at Bethlehem and my ascent from Olin I wll weep theIr tears and auger bet griefs and die their death Farewell my throne my crown my scepter my angelic environment my Heaven till I have finished the work and comeback God Will never conquered but once and that was when He was cox quered by His own love God Is love In this day when the creeds of churches are being revised let mo emphasis be put upon the thought my text Let it appear at thebeginnin of every creed and at the close The ancients used to tell ota great tary chieftain who about to go to ba tie was clad In armor helmet on hna outhisaffrightedbe Then the father put off the armor h caused the alarm and the child as who he was and ran into his arms und snuggled against his heart Cree must not have too much Iron in the make up terrorizing rather than at trading They must not hide the smIl- Ing face und the warm heart of our Father God Let nothing Imply that there Is a sheriff at every door ready to make arrest but over us all and around us all a mercy that wants to save and save now If one paragraph of the creed to take you like a child out of t pnragraptwhom its mother cotnforteth so will I comfort you Oh what textIIIill or when we are moltreatetlorwhen tlJlngto thelastof the mother against our cheek on there sounds in it the hush of man mothers God Is love wninspirecrchacttaae barlooskHal d world under stood thousands of years before Solomon wrote It The way of the trout needsed anyone has sees Mont Blanc or Niagara or the Atlantic ocean a cyclone knows that The world no Bible to tell it of Gods wisdom for everything from a spiders web to the upholstery of a summers dewdroptoBut there was one secret about God that was wrapped up In n scroll of parchment and it staid there until apostolic hand unrolled that scroll let out upon the world tho start ling fact which it could never hove surmised never guessed never expected that He loved our human race so ardently that He will pardon sin and the offender with a Divine kiss nd turn foaming malefactors into before the throne Oh I so plod that the secret Is out and that it can never again be veilcdl Tell It to all the sinning suffering dying race tell it in song and sermon on can vas and in marble on arch and pillar tell It all around the earth = God is love iNotice that the wisest men of the na dons for thousands of years did not amid their idolatries make something to represent this feeling this emotion They had a Jove representing might Neptune the god of the sea Minerva the goddess of wisdom Venus the goddess of base appetite Ceres the god dess of corn and an Odin and nn Osiris rand a Titan and a Juggernaut and whole pantheons of soda and goddesses but no shrine no carved image no godtbrain It took a God to think that a God to project that a God let down from Heaven to achieve that Fear Is the dominant thought in all false religions For that the devotees swingIhold up the right arm so long that they cannot take it down Fear brutish 1earl But love is the queen in our re templesForthat we contribute our alms For that martyrs suffered at Brussels market 1 place and at Lucknow and Cawnpur and Peking That will yet bejewel the round earth and put it an cmeraldIon the great warm throbbing heart of tOadI world has had many specimens t of slandered men and women their motives slandered their habits RIo daredslandereduntil they got out of the world and then perhaps hon ored by elaborate eulogium and tall shaft of granite aU four sides shin eled with the story of how good and great they were But no one under the heavens or over tho heavens has ever been so much slandered as God Dad men here fought against Him and H have thought they heard Ills voice in the crash of a thunderstorm but have not seen Him in Ute sunshine of the spring morning They have blamed Him for wrongs which they had done themselves The sight of a church t building excites their disgust They like the madrigal of a saloon better than the doxology of a temple They do not want to live with Him in Heaven but would prefer on leaving this world to go into some realm where God has abdicated the throne and from which He is exiled forever The reason is they do not know Him They do not realize the fact that God the best friend this world ever hnd or ever will have and that He would do more for their happiness than any f one in the wide universe thnt Ha teenarand tussle of this life that He would hush their sorrows that lIe would help cure the evil habits with which they sometimes struggle that lIe would at their request not only for give but forget the wrong things in their life Yes forget And that is rrhoe only thing that God ever does for get pardoned transgression The best memory in the universe is Gods mem ory and Ho remembers all that has transpired in nil time and In all eternity save one kind of occurrence That passes completely out of Ills memory He declares Their sins and their iniquities will I remember no reDo you want more proof that God Nogreward for its sacrifices But I call Himdon two for tho hands and two for the and one spear for the side near tthe heart paid Him In execration paid Him with straw pillow in a barn withwa and hardship save one year yea in Htaitmercy other kings the world would like to dethrone the King of kings But lIe snneYes He knew the world how cold it 0 is and knew polo how sharp it is Iand the night how dark It is and ex t Outhhaand the rocky bluff with three crosses and the lacerated body in mortuary thhndcrstite and understood that the palaces oftHekmean foryof moral night and swung back Its ofdwould have come down on the worlds ack and wept the tears of an eter sacrifice and took the bolt of DI- vine Indignation against sin into Him self and having vanquished death and hell came out and came up having achieved an eternal rescue if we will accept it Some have compared the love of God to the ocean but the comparison fallstfor the ocean has a shore and love Is boundless But if you Insist on comparing the love of God to the 5 ocean put on that ocean four swift sailing croft and let one sail to the north and ono to the south and oneIto the east and one to the west let them sail on a thousand years and after that let them opt return and some one hall tho fleet and oak them if they have found the shore of Gods love and their four voices would respond No shore No shore to the ocean of Gods mercy The Cork Trrr The cork treo is an evergreen and oak quercus sober about the size of our apple tree and grown largely la Bpaln for commercial uses t 11 I P1 f 5 h I I Ivj s 14 THE CITIZEN BEREA KYTHURSDAY DECEMBER 27 1900 11IMETHODS OF MORMON MISSIONARIES BY REV WM B OAMrDELL The loader of the two generally in troduces himself very pleasantly and p asks your nome He then introduces the other as my friend Mr So and so If you live in a small town or country plnco where you will at once know them to bo strangers in the sayfcome acquainted with the people It is for this purpose that wo have a called upon you and wo hope that our acquaintance may prove to be mutually beneficial If you are at leisure or manifest no impatience or desire to have thorn shorten their vis it they may converse a long time upon any subject which seems to inter est you but before they go they will mnnagoif possible to ascertain wheth er you are a member of any church j or whether you are regular in your attendance and prompt in discharg ing your various duties as a church memberIf find you an earnest conse crated Christian they will see that there is not much hope of convert ing you to Mormonism There will indeed be no prospect of their doing so at nil They will however not rknowthat but will try to do or say something to shake your faith or to make you dissatisfied with your prey ent church relations for they know that as long as you are satisfied and contented they cannot draw you away after the gods of Mormonism- If however they find you dissatisfied or disgruntled in your present relations they will be likely to make a favorable impression upon you in a little while When they ask you to what church you belong if forexam pIe you say I am a Methodist they will probably ask Do you attend church regularly Should you reply Not very regularly they will f probably askCI Why notl Should you replyCI Because I dont feel like going all the time they will likely ask Why dont you feel like going all the time Should you answer Because the minister is not elo quent they will probably say Well he ought to be eloquent if ho is a true ambassador of Christ Indeed he ought always to speak with the de monstration and power of the Spirit If he does not so speak it proves that he speaks without authority and does not deserve a hearing Should you answerIe I do not feel like going to church very regularly because there 4 7areclass distinctions in our church u which prevent me from feeling at home there or make any excuse which puts the blame upon others these wily Mormon elders will encourage you in the feeling that the fault is with the church the minister or some one else than yourself Per haps they will say at they often do Well no one can blame you for not feeling at home in a church where such things exist We shouldnot feel at home in such a church oursol ves These things are but so many proofs that the church of which you sneak is not the Church of Christ t In the Church of Christ all the mem fit lhers are brothers dsisters in Christ r Jesus and one person as good as another no matter whether he has r fine clothes or as much money or a not They will quote from the Bi tt ble somo such passage as the follow ing The rich and the poor moot together the Lord is the maker of them all to prove to you that your church is out of harmony with the Bible and therefore not the true church If these elders were hon a est with you they would tell you thero are greater class distinctions in their church than in any other but they leave this for you to learn for yourself and to your sorrow after they have converted you to their faith Possibly the Mormon elders may leave you at this point and put into your hands a tract to show you how far the churches of today have drifted away from the ancient simplicity which characterized the New Testament Church or if the way seems open they may go right on with the conversation until they have made t you feel that you have found in them r the best friends you ever had You areeoaand they will probably answer II Wo ore Christian missionaries We are horo to do all the good free of charge We travel without purse or scrip just as the Boyenties in the days of Christ In fact we are seventies chosen just as the ancient seventies were and arc upon the same kind of mis sion that they were called to fulfill to if we can give you any kind of advice d wo shall be glad to do it but we can r not advise you to continue going to such n church or listening to such a I I Jj r minister as you have been telling us about for they are evidently not truly Christian Possibly they will also by this time havo repeated that claim shout traveling without purse or scrip and that they as the servants of God are depending upon the generosity of the people among whom they labor for support while engaged in their mission work so you will feel like inviting them to dine with you or oven to make their homo at your house while in your neighborhood At any rate they will manage to talk with you if you will let them again andagain until in each case they havo reached a good point at which to leave you with a tract which will follow up and clinch what they have said to you in conversation TO BE CONTINUED The disposition of children largely depends upon health If they are troubled with worms they will bo ir ritable cross feverish and perhaps seriously sick Whites Cream Ver mifuge is a worm expeller and tonic to make them healthy and cheerful Price 25 cts S Ei Welch Jr- Correspolldellce Madison County College 11111 The white public school at College Hill closed last Friday night with appropriate exor cisesThe Waco colored public school closed last Saturday night A delightful program was rendered The birdhunter is on tho warpath Poor Bob White Messrs William and Thomas Martin have rented tho late William Broaddus farm on the Kentucky river for year of 01 Miss Anna Latino is in Richmond for several marriages =mas are very bright in these parts Gov Edwards is canvassing fire kindlersKelley Walden is our champion cyclistThomas Parker having sold his place to George Chenault will move to Clark county soon E C Grinstead will soon have the largest herd of hogs in the county Christmas Gif- tPeytontown Rev T R Reed preached here Sunday morning and nightRev R H Munday has been called to preach here on the second Sunday of each month Maj John D Harris has just ro turned from Louisville where he sold his tobacco crop J C Burnam was down last Sun day to his church meeting Charles Miller and wife were the guests of his mother Sarah Boone Miller last Sunday In biliousness Her neb by expelling from the body the excess of bile andacids improves the assimilative processes purifies the blood and tones up and strengthen the entire system Price 50 cts S E Welch Jr Owsley County Gabbard W B and C B Gab bardwent to Boonovillo Thursday on business Abner Baker who has been sick is out again John C Gabbard of Travelers Rest is visiting here The people of Cow Creek voting precinct were disappointed last Sat urday when they wont to vote Only 110 ballots were cast out of 200 voters 1 h Jnuius Hoakinn of Jackson comity was hero Wednesday buying poultry and eggs Filbert Reynolds of Jackson coun ty is visiting relatives at this place and on Cow Greek The Sunday School at this place will close Deo TO II II Rico is layingin n now sup ply of goods Meredith Gabbnrd will start for Bcrea about tho 20th to entor school Albert Status has moved from the head to the mouth of Wolf Crook Mathias Wilder and wife visited relatives on Meadow Crook Thero are few ailments as utuom fortnble as piles but they can easily bo cured by using TablerV Buckeye Pilo Ointment Relief follows its use and any one suffering from piles cannot afford to neglect to give it a trialricl GO els in bottle tubes 75 cts S E Welch Jr Jackson County McKee Miss Baker and Mrs Smith who recently located hero for the purpose of establishing n college aro doing much good wQrk in the church and Sunday School Wo are flad to have such Christian workers in our midst and hope that the town and community will le greatly bonofitted Rev J G Parsons has boon cou ducting u series of meetings liars Rev Yanwinklo of Boras recently closed a series of meetings Attorney A W linker is having a new ollico built on tho lot ho recently purchased of Wm Hignito Wilson Settle occupies the residence recently built by Goo C Moore Mr M A Holcomb teacher of our public school closed tho turin Wednesday Dee 19 The church houso ou tho hill vhich was commenced so long ago we hope will soon bo completed County Judo T J is loom ing to town to stay this winter John Reynolds will move into the house C Moru recently purchased of Win Ilarrison W R hue purchased a lot and will build a now residence soon The court house has recently boon repaired and made much larger Tho people generally seem to ho woll pleased with tho improvement Geo C Moore recently Iwuglit ton acres of laud in tho suburbs town of Isaac Hays Isaac Hays of Wolchburg tins moved into town Dr W T Amy has moved into town into tho houso he recently bought of H C Fowler Rev W D Smith of Boron was here a few days ago Goo C Mooro is in Loxingtou this week on business For broken limbs chilblains burns scalds bruised shins sore throat and sores of every kind apply Ballards Snow Liniment It will give imme diate relief and heal any wound Price 25 eta anti CO cts S E Welch Jr Do Good and Make By FOR TERMS AND FULL PARTICULARS ADDRESS Nichols and Company PnbIishBrs Napervllle Ill And llmtum TIIR LlTtZKX A BOON TO MANKIND DR TABLIRS BUCKEYE It A New for the Cure of PAIN CURES WHERE ALL HAVE FAILED TUBES mr MAIL 75 CENTS Bon s ec r rs- srIZ r j IRD Sole Proedetor 310 fr1 T LOUIS Mn WORMSJ MoneyI EntertainingBooks PILE TUa CURE Discovery Certain INTERNALand EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT OTHERS JXFir 20 Yurs Has Led all Worm Remediesa w t9t BOXID BYaXX cxcVGGJSTSP- npued by r JAMES F BALLARD St Louis Sold by S E VFLOU Jr 11701 L j L THE SCHOOL lathed by J WlUnimuru Dean of the Nor real Department llcrvu Collc- itaCorpoul Iliiilsliinont UR O STANLET HALL e Children have no logical idea Everythingless Tommy is u mum manikin a nambypamby little milk sup ho uIllolbocuutluIf ho lots green apples nlouo it for ono of two reasons alouu hu knows that his mother will whip him if he oporioncomoro thou oltsots the ploasuro of eat ing In a childs iniud tho fear of punishment takes tho placo of moral reasoning As ho grows older by nat lire s processes he becomes n reason ing animal Ho is not afraid of his mother any longer But society takes hold of him controls him puts him in harness What 1 contend for is the oxer cise of plain common onso nud tho acceptance of fuels lather than fine spun theories Now for example tho kindergarten spends a lot of time tolling the clubwomen that they must not punish their children Uh no tie enr little things must never hear a cross wonl much less feel a smart uponthinmisdemeanor Nature and not the mother must administer U casliga tiou 1 grant that this theory is all right but 1 can prove by tho mothers themselves that in ninoteuths of the ordinary childish high jinks it wont work Now a child puts its tiny ton der haul on a hot stove and is burned Not many mothers I fancy givo their children u whipping on such ovca Hions Common souse tolls them that tho child tins sulTomlonough und will apply the But suppose a boy plays hookoy tyoadwhatthunderclap out of the sky In a case like this I believe a thoro dose of Dr Spanks remedies is tho best specific Moth Idntbo applied without its having been reduced to a system Children Are- I1nlmnls They are dear sweet little things I admit but animals just the same They are a very high order of animals capable of a groat deal of development Tim KoutimoiilnUistH Imvo hedged childhoml about with fnlso and notions Generally speaking I Intlimu iu uarrolsnndfightsWhen weal knew who could whip too nitof us Wo use l to staua and light it out for hours I dont boliovo iu too much tenderness I think we nro in danger of becoming ovor sentimental ruttier than over brutal Physical courage is the foundation for moral courage later in life Ont in to tho child the nnvngo what tho other is to the grown and cultured man u Ono of the most effective means of discipline iu reform schools is the teaching of boxing When nu incorrigible boy la tuniblo to control his temper teach him boxing In a box fug match ho has to control his temper or ho ts hit He misses his had his opponent punches him Anger is a epilepsy and destroys for a moment the minds balance I think every boy ought to learn boxinJrhut I dont advocate iu public schools Vo maybepublic schools The system is cram medand jammed to overflowing now VaRYPleutydully the children of tho rich Bro from having too much pleasure are surfeited with pleasure Thoir minds are filled with goodygoody sentimental stories They grow up to bo selfish milk shops A child who has nothing to do but enjoy himself will become a Luxurybrings ploll8ureboth pleasuroButger and cold andit hundred other sufferings aro natures groat spurn Pain is the motive of natural selec tion It woods out tho weak aud strengthens tho strong Ton times more animals die than live I believe in punishment for chil dren I believe iu corporal punish ment iu the school It should not bo carried to excess but tho fact tlinUnn iiioorrigiblo hay who knowH that the teacher may whop him in n tremen does support to tho teacher I donl want to whip a boy severely but if I am to coutrol him I want him to know that I can Hire him u licking Have you a cold A dose of Cous sons Honey of Tar at bedtimo will emcvo it Prico 2S cts S E Welch Jr promptly prtxaMd Tit Send model ikUb or trt Oft Ok Ilta ongaetmtebITndarLrkYREL rLTEIty LAWYERS Of SI TEARS FSAOTICIA THEMAlfLehuraW CO PATENT LAWYERS 1 Patent flci a C l THE HOME rMllnl vm turn Uy the Maraca The Miikliiffof ir Uriuly A good many years ngo John G Brady the present governor of Alas ka wits a little boy in Now York City At that limo ho possessed but one name that of Brady by which ho- W 8 known among tho othor street Arabs of his neighborhood Ho was a homeless orplmniHl waif who pick oil up a scanty living by soiling pn pors blacking boots and doing odd jobs about tho city streets Whilo still a very young hid ho was taken west with n carload of ohiMrnu like hlniNoir for distribution Jua annuli town in Indiana there lived n ItlworJudgo Green who cnmo homo to dinner ono day nnd told his wifo about the iuvoico of chil dren that hud just cone to town Sho listened with interest nnd then said 1 think wo ought to mike ono John Her husband looked nt her a moment Do you menu IU ho linked Yes why not Wo can well af tool it sumo replied u Woll then Ill go right down be fore tho car is taken away anti pick out tho toughest gamin in time lot for you In a littlo while ho rotunuxl hading asum dirtyfaced oywlio seom lll to fulfill moot satisfactorily tho tf iuirmnont ho hut tnontlonwl That wax tho way John Green Urn dythe boy ttwk his xitrouH iiamu found his way into n Christian hone Ho wont through tho public gram mar nnd high schools and then part ly through his own efforts and pertly through thu kindness of Judgo Grown took a con MS at Yale CoIIcgo After his grudiutl i ho wont to Sitkn Alas ka as a missionary whoro ho worked for several years RH a prmohor anti teacher Lntar ho bocmno a tailor but still oonthiuisl to wiohi an inilti unto for goal with tho Indians In HppMraaco Governor Urndy is a HtroiiglybuiU man of helium height Ho wmr his hair mind board in a umtiner lint rauiindo one of Ids BOIIIO thuo nw lilMK the grimy bear Though ho care very littlo for tho Rtnnll amonlUoH thero b a curtain clinnn in laid niggmlly hotutst taut tier aid nil who come in coulnol with him realize ut once the stern integrity of hw charaoUr In his missionary days ho very soon woti tho respect and affection of tho IndiaiiH which ho has nevor lost in his long uxpcrionco tut a trader and storekeeper Though living for BO long a time on tho edge of tho continent far away front his Alum Mater and nil eiders klpLlUllfor lucre pleasure ho taught geometry to the sou and daughter of a friend who was an official at Sitka again ho read Chaucer and Sponsor with the beautiful woman who has long siuco roaiguod her position of government school teacher to become his wifo Now they have a family of stalwart eons and daughters At present Governor Brady In bund ing all his efforts to induce congress to give Alaska butter lawn anti his efforts in tile direction of Ihu develop ment of our roinoto territory ought to moot with success for ho has shown thoughout his long service in Alaska that ho has tho boat interests of the country ut heart anti is not influenced by politics Saturday Evening Post In sluggish liver Horbino by its beneficial action upon tho biliary tnicts renders tho bile moro iluid and brings the liver into a sound healthy condition thereby banishing the souse of drowsiness lethargy and tho general fooling of apathy which arise from disorders of the liver Prico 50 cts S E Welch Jr THE FARM tilted by s C MAHN IrolfMor ol IturU culture Does course Save the Fordsts J Jlrown Secretary of Indlint rotnaUgt MKlttlou m History is over repeating Uses0 Ono generation refuses to lcnItH of roThoces whore nations have been dean nu edor greatly reduced hi importance by neglecting tho couiinonost laws 6f economy in proHervation of forests Tho Israelites when freed from bondage woro promised itA goodly honorThoriver nud tho Mediterranean was theirs nnd before them lletl n unmet Otis people In this rich land tho Jows flourifmod and tnultiplicil When King Solomon ascended the throne ho ruled not Israel only for IWlrArtulehorses aid chariots without number Tyro and Sidon lived from tho bounty of this grout agricultural na tion Wlieiit burley wino and oil were prodiice to feel many nations But tho TyriiUH and Sidoniann were timber merchants There mire nouo skilled to hew like unto tho SidoniniiH Thu downfall of Israel began when time Lclmuou mountains were tinned of their cedars Front tho richest agricultural region thin Taut lMxaine n desert sparsely populnttnl by wandering tribes wowl excooding gold in value Gone ore the wino protuxw till vine yards the grain fields tho olive gar dens widely scattered her people Spniu was outs pro Kroun a com munity of farmern her higher inoiiti loins covered with timlxr fwl her xpriugH and enriched her viii lay fields tho axe nnd the gout enemies of thu forest brought the proud Spanish kingdom to its proiont enfeebled con dition Germany lied forests and also lum her and only by sewing In timo tho disastrous results did tho GermniiH ounct stringent laws to protect what forests rtllillinlll Froth New Kuglrind to the bonier of our prairie lauds we have followed clearing not only tho fertile fields but the mountain subs which have no value except for timber sod tho minornlH which they contain Shall wo ns a prosperous intelli gent people au agriculturalnation profit from the ox orioncos of ages past Who can say that tho farms oT 1 America now HO productive fed oho world will not In tho futtiro become HO doNolato as Syria when the spoiler shall havo cloarod our moun tutus ana valleys of tho forests which nature hiss so lavishly supplied TO CONTINUED To Whom it may Concern Thin Is to certify that wo have investigated Messrs Chas L Pet tis St Co Buyora of country pro duct JOt Duane Stroot New York Bud find tlium to be worthy of all credit and Ihmucmlly able to fulfill any contract that they might make and cheerfully recommend thorn to all dealers in produce aa agsound financial house to sell to Yours truly DANIELS t COMPAST Bankers 6 Wall St 90 Broadway Sept 28 1900 Now York an01iWANTKUAUTIVK MAN or OOOD CIIAU Icier deliver and rolled In Kentucky for old IIIlatlbhtl uinuf rturtng wholcwl bout fXW t jrmr mro Konntjr mow lien ulcrlcnce rvqulnxl Our reference any bank In any city Kncluw ie1faildrcM l iUmi l envelope Manufacture Third Flour and Dearborn St Chicago BEREA COLLEGE Founded II 10BB IPlaces the Best Education in Reach of All Over 25 Teachers 700 Students front 20 States Beat College Library In Kentucky NO SALOONS Trade Schools Carpentry Printing Housework Nursing two years courlfCIIIApplied Science Two years course with Agriculture for young menIand Domestic Science for young ladies Normal Course Two years with practice teaching Academy Course Four years fitting fpr College for 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