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II I LTIDEVOL lI A Family Vapor IJEUEA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JANCARY 1901 Fifty cents a year NO 29 Il IDEAS t A u1001111 fimiuir ItiidH plenty t of tIt in the winter Tli iitlrtiiu to loup iluwii tilt N Kro n u dnpri MicI nnd drtlI1t11 fiiilltiiU iiJurert tlci whl rate u till h it rtoH thu coloiid- No ono dhoiilil ln IXiluihtl rOil the uluiruti tliHt TB atpeet will lw ItItittted to llonwtu Slam by sour ixxl rrttoliilioiiHiiinl u1k Gal to help nu- Take Notice fin Dtpllrtllluut ioluiniis will 11 uind on tho thlrtl ptf0 tills wwkl- Hev Qtdcnn HiirKMa the now pn of the Horiii Clitiruli will prcnoi Iris tint Mtrmou Sundiij- Tliw iinnuiil dlniwr of tho Iloica Ihunh twill Ii hold lit tho Chapel Satutdny All members and those under tho watch cnro of tho chuioli are urged to las wiit- Hnrmonia will meet ne usual Thurs dui evening at Ray w B 010Iti will preach at Wodnwday night Jan tl und for tome ddyn and nights 101lingI 4 To Our New Readers TilE CITIZBX ifl now boiiiK uinil d ton nutnlx of now ri nil rji who havo not suhttcrilM for tho pujnr A kiutl friond has MilmorilMHl for you and the paper w bo rent without txptinso to you for a ft w weeks Thin gift stlbr Hcriptlon will include tho pupur for Jon 81st After that if the Cmznv in to Cone lintiu its visits you must cund us the nilwctiptiou prite fifty curlta Wit ask you to iujoy tilt pavr while it coming as a gifi and carefully consider whether you had tint best provide for having it come regu larlyNotice how touch rustling matter there is each week Notice what yooel rending matter is fiirnifthcd Notice that there is Mtnutlilug for young and oH Notice that every number contains items of grout value I FROM THE WIDE WORLD The Yours have taken Helvetia on Dolagoa Bay railroad killing tO British nnd capturing 200 Tho gun boat Scorpion has been ti ordonxl to Vwiozuln f0 protest Amor lean interests theta A rebellion is expectedA from Pokin ayn that fighting has ceased there for the present IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Tho Philippine Commission will authorize the employment of 600 American school teachers on Ui islands Tho stock of silver in the Philip 7pines is diminishing rapidly that a money crisis is feared Dunn Review says that nearly It million spindles have boon added in tho cotton mills of tho South the past year Ignntus Donnelly is dead Tho Quay party is tictorioiw in tile Pennsylvania legislature New York State has recently tliftct ida stringent law forbidding the sol ling or giving of tobacco in any form to minors under sixteen years of ag COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY The State Bonn has lifted tlo smallpox quarantine in Greoiiup Gon T T Garrard of Clay county is ill at Miildlcsborougli Our Lecture Course lVelinvo now proof of thu fact thatBorea is tfycuriug the best of al mot everything in the distinguished success of the monologue Christmas Carol as presented Monday night by Mr Flowers To say that this was tho best of tho three thus far given lure by Mr Flowers is a safe state ment Many arc ready to go itrhor and say that it is tho bost of ill In V tho Lyceum Courses for tho past ton years It was u study to observe tht rapid change of facial expressions us Mr Flowers passed from ono character to another in Dickens popular production Our people ought to see to it Unit time financial support of tho Lyceum Lecture Cou so is not wanting In low t pint s is such a course provided clue ply Vial A W Hawks ii billed or Saturday Jan 12th He Iq kno rn throughout tho country as Tl laughing philosopher r CITIZEN Locals and Personals Fine weather and good health Mr Chine II11n501118H returnod from Capt Herd of Sturgeon was in town last week DrC W Gould has loco hero for tho holidays Miss Mnrv Samuels has gouts to Hamilton Frank hloIhomo for the holidays iDr Saris of Livingston was In last week Mr Dodwoll is ohIo to bo out again after a severe attack of the grip Willie mack of Illinois has heed visiting Miss Julia Hewlett Mr Arinji Gad anti Miss Louise 0 DlsputnUU were marred lost Thursday 11110Ison1m Lizzio Burke in visiting hot nuico Mrs Laura Kimbrell near Blue Lick Rev Goo Shepherd of Louisville will the Churchpreach at Baptist Saturday night Jan Rufus Coylo nnd family Mrs Argie Woods and children are visiting their parents Mr and Mrs J C Coylo I11ave yoA n colds A dose or CoUS BOUH Money of Tar at bedtime will emovo it Prico 25 cts S E Welch Jr Miss Jessie Rogers has boon suffer from n serious throat trouble She ia resting comfortably now at tho hospital Thu great increase of students makes it necessary to havo two over flow gatherings for College Prayers two rooms full besides tho Chupo Tutor Nurplnskf is studying It- Cornell University and recently rep resented that school in a chess contest against Brown and Pennsylvania In- New York City atIwas nicely decora tod and tho children re ceived many nice presents John Stevens whoso serious illness was noted in our last issue diet last Saturday and was buried at Scaf fold Cano Church Ho was tho fath or of Mrs J J Brnnnamiui and Mr J W Stevens S F Reynolds tho saddlemaker whoso saddles wore HO much mlniir 100Jnt tho Commencement hair lias- to nOrm nnd opened n saddle harness and shoo shop on tho Walnut Meadow pike roar the corner of Ml Vernon street The disposition of children largely uifeu health If they are troubled with worms thoy will bo irritable cross feverish and perhaps seriously sick Whites Cream Vor is a worm expeller and tonic cheerfuljThoro can bo no doubt tho selected assortment of jewelry sterling silver toilet articles pictures china and glBBswarowncheB clocks displnyedIner Main St Is the choicest and best stock of its kind over offered for solo in Borea Time Watchnight Service was a great success Friends had provided calico for the largo audience Prof folios account of tho progress of Christs Kingdom for tho last 100 years was of thrilling interest and tho handshaking at the close was greatly cnjoyod Wo are glad to jjivo our n full roport on page 4 of tho sermon by Pres Frost James D Fletcher of Colchester 111 in renewing his subscription to tho Citizen writes Fifty years ago about ono und a quarter mules from your office on Dec 12 I was married to present wife Wo have just celebrated our golden wodding I was very sorry to hoar of the accident to Bro John G Lon I trust ho is well again Give my love to John and wife and to the family of- F Gallaway Madison County The Richmond and Madison Corn ty Colored Farr Association have or ganiHl for 1901 and elected tho fol lowing officials E M Embry Pros John lifo 1st and Sam 1bo1j s 2nd Vicepresidents Dr J Arwynn Trona J DII White Socj F B Stouo ABHL Seo S A Burton Advertising Agt Mr A1 Settle formerly a resident of Dercu and nu uttoruy has formed fn partnership with Mr Henrr Hozlo wood a prominnnt lawyer of London Their alike is over Taylors hardware storo in Richmond Tho Banker Cedar 001 Valley View has changed its name to W J Roberto t Co W J Roberts of Frankfort having acquired an inter est ia the business Mrs Lizzio Rock wife of Editor Samuel F Rock of tho Register Richmond died suddenly last Thursday night caused by a stroke of paralysis Mrs Rook was an esteemed Christian woman of gontlu nature nnd is mourned not onl by her immediate family but all who had como under her influence Tho Christmas tree at the Baptist Church Wnllacoton was a grand success The musical and literary exorcises on tho occasion wore of a high order of merit Mrs Amio Smith formly of Rich mond died at the homo of her son J X Bush in Louisville Den 27th Ago 70 years Tho remains were brought to Richmond for interment The report that County Judge Million had granted liquor license to Alex fence to do business on tho Madison County side of tho Kentucky river opposite Ford is false The people of tho community generally uro opposed to tho rum business and Judge Million will decline to over ride their will At the examination r scholarships in tho Normal Department of the State College held in tho ofHco of Supt Wagers on Monday Misses Rhoda Gilbert mid Eululi Jackson took tho examinations Rots W A Ryalls and C H Poago of Kirksvillo preached fare wellsHinons last Sunday Jack Boswoll cud Miss Minnie El kins of Whites Station wore married last Thursday at the homo of the bride by Rev Henry McDowell of CynthianaM For broken limbs chilblains burns scalds bruised stiles sore throat and sores of every kind apply Ballards Snow Liniment It will give imme dinto relief and hoal any wound Price 25 eta aud CO cts S E Welch Jr New Years Reception Several of these took place this your in Boron on a more or loss ox tonsivo scale Tho present purpose is to refer to tho great one at Howard Hull front 330 to 933 at night Tho denizens of tho fatuous old hall did themselves proud Prof Jones was Chairman of tho committee of arrangements ably seconded by a corps of students Elegant invita lions were sort to some two hundred outside and all seemed to respond They wore welcomed in royal style Band music was a feature of tho oc wasIservedon Tho rooms of tho small army of young men resident in the hall wore open to visitors aul t key woro found in superb condition many being ole gantly decorated Bravo Howard Hall boys Berea Teachers- It seemed impossible to got all Bo reas teachers together but the above group shows the majority of them Prof Pouniman was absent on a mountain excursion when the picture was taken and Mrs Julia S Hunting NIwas as as Misses Partirdge Burnam Millham and Shoemaker Beginning at tho right with the persons seated is Prof Marsh Prin cipal of the Academic Department Next him i3 Mrs Gould Librarian graduate in tho class of 97 Next her is Mrs Jennie Lester Hill teach er in tho Model Schools and also a graduate of the class of 79 Next is Father Fee who is now confined to his chair At his left is his daughter Laura Foe Embree and Mrs Vocum with whom many of our readers aro acquainted Next is Prof Dinsmore the now head of the Normal Department Professor BUll Mrs Lodwick of tho Musk Department and Miss Gale another teuchor in tho Model Schools At the loftgf them la Tutor Todd teacher of Physics Chemistry and Elementary Science and Mr Os borne tho Treasurer Beginning again at tho right back of Principal Marsh stands Mr Koylo the College Carpenter Prof Mason head of the Department of Agricul ture and Forestry Miss Robinson the Lady Principal Prof Dodgo imme diately behind Father Fco Tho next lady in this row is Miss Alico K Douglas of tho Model SchoolsNext stands Dr Fairchild the Vice President Mrs Putnam of the Nor mal Department Miss Booth of the Model Schools and Mr Teeters Farm Foreman and Engineer Returning to the right of the picture standing highest of all is Prof Raymond Superintendent of the Ex tension Department Miss Van Home Superintendent of the Hospital Miss Stokes of tho Department of Domes tie Science Miss Miller of the Model SchoolsNext to tho vino covered pillar stands President Frost At his left Superintendent King of tho tho Man ual Training and Woodwork Depart ment At his right Miss Winch teacher of tho SubAcademic School Beside Miss Winch stands Miss Ab bie S Morrow Matron of tho Ladle HallThis group of workers represent many of tho foremost schools in the land and all sections of it and tho leading religious bodies The institution is proud and satisfied in them and they in ono another And thoy all unite in a cordial invitation to every friend to make us a visit Young people do well to have such teachers as these In liver Herbiue by its beneficial action upon tho biliary tracts renders tho bile more fluid and brings tho liver into a sound healthy condition thereby banishing tho sense of drowsiness lethargy and tho general fooling of apathy which arise from disorders of tho liver Price BO cts S E Welch Jr Louisville Nashville R RI Time Table in Effect Sept i 1900 OoltiR North Trait 0 UMly Leave Boron 1149 am Arrive Richmond 1220 am 811GpmArriveGoing South Train Dolly Leave Boron 122 p m Arrive Livingston 218 p m J W STEVENS Ticket Aget An Weekly Devoted to the Interests of THE HOME FARM SCHOOL 60 CENTS A A i7vv z Z z7 a i Read Reflect Act Mr Covington of Covington Mitchell has purchased the xx interest of Mr Mitchell deceased from the administrators to take effect January t 1900 In order to meet our obligations by Jan 1st it will be necessary for us to do the greatest busitdJness in our career Our entire stock in this short time must De converted into money and we know of no better way to M bring about this result quick thane Extraordinary Low Prices tJI After a careful consideration we concluded to name such peopleto veryIty w future Now we know everybody knows that we always I given the best merchandise the market affords For the theIour stock of I Mens anl Boys doing FnraisttEs Rats and oesOI Is better stronger and More Original than ever before ffl1 course the early buyers will get the cream of selection and those Qj who grasp the opportunity now will show their good judgement M L Covington Mitchell Richmond Ky I a E B McCOY Dentist Berea Kentucky Center Street Art Gallery C I OQQ PMprietor Uptodate Photos Nothing but the best finish at the low est price DENTAL SURGERY A WILKES SMITH D D S Smith Building Main Street Richmond Ky Telephone Reildence No 68 OBoe No 6O WANTEDACT1VB HAN OP GOOD CHAR tcter to denver and collect In Kentucky for old established manufacturing wholenle howe expert0IICIeenvelopeMIanChicago 01Bestis time amt by d ta L SO YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS p DESIGNS 11 COPYRIGHTS Ac Anyone lending a sketch and qnleklr aceruin our opinion free whether uInTentlon Uprobiblr P tonUblo Commonlca Lion utrlctlreonadenthl Handbook on Patent I alenlIatentatpecfal tlotll Wllbout ebarve m tbe Scientific American AhandsomelyIllastratedweekly fanreit cir culation any identlBa Journal Term M M YorkDraoah SNHlo 207 STREET Independent VEARI DO YOU SEE CLEAR I ZF1 NOT YOU MAY T A ROBINSON Jfi Jeweler and Optician Jfi Meta Strut BCTCA Ky AyeiFBEElyou 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 Teachers I j The Fountain Pon is a necosacity for every teacher who wishes to save time The best pen made is the Patter Jolnttess Fountain Pen It positively has NO EQUAL rYou can order it by mail from rCollege Book Store Every pen WARRANTED and can either be exchanged or money satislactoryWrite for Books and Stationary promptly filled Address Perry F Shrock Buroa Ky June 29 Jec MORGAN SurgeryO1lfc6 1 to a P M National Bank Building Richmond Ky IHandSIIKABS We will pair of 7 lteellhearator or SOtwo ct stamp We have an page Illustrated Catalogue we will mall you free If you ask fur It Address UAIIEB A onosn 00Adam St Toledo Ohio and mention the Cltlitn GOI iff3 AttentionKentucky Douglas Bros Latest Style- sMNWNiN I Rt31iable herohantsRichmonds leading Shoe and Gents Furnishing Goods Retailers Boots Shoes Hats Gaps a Gents Furnishings We wish to announce to the of Berea and vicinity that we are showing this FALL the most Complete Stock ever shown in this city As usual us everything bought here can be relied upon as being the best and the prices as being the lowest Call and see our line before buying elsewhere WEST MAIN Douglas Bros- PlioiinaondL Xv icr WEST MAINSTREET Januaryi 9th Begins Second Month of Winter Term Good time to begin SchoolJ 1f 11 II iJ ii rrt J fJIrv oIt tlt f f tt JI iJr 4i r i a + j1 Jvtf W 1 1t i111 fl NEWS IN BRIEF lateretUnf Brent Taking Place Throughout the Country Balled Dwe and Given IB a Condensed Form I MONDAY Kimberley Is cut off by Boer raid era Provisions are at famine price A score of people have been marked for assassination by Italian socialists It is now probable that Denmark will sell her West Indian posiessioni to the United State Since the bankruptcy law went in to effect in August 1198 there ha been 5000 petitions filed At New Haven Ct the bicycle which Congressman Amos J Cum mlngs was riding slipped on a wet pavement Mr Cummings sustained a double fracture of the left leg The kidnapers of young Cudsby wrote a letter to the father E A Cudahy the millionaire packer threat enlng to kill his son unless he with draws his offer of 25000 for their captureSamuel McDonald who shot and killed Frank IT Morris auditor the treasury for the war department a week ago and then fired a into his own body died in the erne gency hospital Washington There were 13 failures in London Involving 28 stock exchange mem berg It is feared that others will be forced to quit The crash was brought about by the big bankin firm of which Marquis of Dufferin i chairman Many of the nobility lost all they possessed SUNDAY The rebellion in Ashanti is ended A furious blizzard is raging in Ne braskaA in the Spanish ministry is inevitable There are 500 cases of nmallpor at Winona MinnAAn effort will be made to hare Arizona adimitted as a state Maj Mite famous dwarf died at the New York hospital of a complication of diseases Stonewall J De France a noted forger has been paroled by the governor of Michigan Imports from the United States Into Denmark has trebled since 1896 and now exceeds 20000000 Two German tourists were killed while ascending Mount Schwnrtzen bergen without a guide They fell into an abyss Sheriff Kennedy Wm Kyle and United States Marshal Dansby were killed at Abbeville 8 C in a fight that started over a game of cards The emperor has instructed tb Chinese plenipotentiaries to sign th preliminary joint note but to endeavor to get the best possible terms There were many captures of in surgents as the result of scouting throughout Luzon In small engage meats several Filipinos were killed The United States minister L S Snenson has informed the Danish government that the United States offers 12000000 kroner for the Dan lib Antilles and will not give more Recent advices from Lord Kitchen er shows that no progress has been made against the Boer invaders in Cape Colony Two more commandos postHelacha at p r tured by the Boers About 50 were killed and wounded and 200 were taken prisoners SATURDAY Lord Roberta arrived at Gibraltar Vester Guffln colored who kill Georgia King was hanged at Dan yUle Va CapGuestf L rica have resigned The empress dowager secretly AP- pointed a new emperor with the title HboyThe Japanese training ship Tau Uishlma went to the bottom and all hands numbering 121 souls were loate Wm H Smythe who was myste riously shot at Indianapolis is much improved and it is thought he will recover Geo Fuller colored was lynched sear Marion Ala He was charged with burning the barn of Dennis Cummings Fourteen keepers of dives and gambling houses were Indicted by the grand jury at Chicago One of them is a state senator Many vessels were wrecked in the British channel by a hurricane and a number of lives were lost storm wag the worst in many year A mail pouch containing 100000 in negotiable papers and an unknown amount of money was stolen from the passenger station at Wyandotte MichFrank Walden Pettlgrew son of Senator Pettigrew of South Dakota was assaulted by an usher in a Kan us City theater and seriously in jured While thawing out dynamite in a raUroad camp near Durbin W Va tip stuff exploded Six men are de and several others are not expected- tolireGen D Wets attempt to breakthrough the British lines in Cape Colony to the south was frustrated and he is now reported at Senekal with a Large commando The arrest of Mrs Carrie on the charge of smashing furnlt in a hotel barroom in Wichita Iran is likely to cause an antiliquor law in that county Tie woman re- losea to accent boil e 4f 4f FRIDAY Secretary Ray has recovered tram his indisposition and is agora at his deskThe German reichstag will pass a bill to protect agrarian and comm t cia lutercetaGTwenty maddened female prisoners nndi111Cinaexpelling them from Cape Colony IIII1900 is plnted at 522229505 bushels the area actually harvested being 4I49J36J acres MraSclmeiderwind positively ident ffieda photograph of Pat Crowe as a picture of her tenant the lightcorn plexloned man who rented the old house used as Eddie Cudahys prison Emperor Kwang Su objects to re rinsing the forts and also to allow ing permanent legation guards in thinkImenaceL roadrAttorneyGeneral at a house in Lawrence Ind with his mother The child WAS taken In charge by the Millers and returned to his home in Indianapolis thse lodge of Indiana was found in his office in Indianapolis with a bullet in his head lIe cannot live Smythe says a blonde worn en on being refused the use of the telephone shot him As no trace ofI theoryIssuicide WANTS STATEHOOD n Effort to Be fade to llnre the Territory of Arlaona Admitted to the Union as a State New York Dec 51Gov Nathan 0 Murphy of Arizona is at the Hoi loud house and will go to Washing tau to continue his efforts to have that territory admitted as a We have a hard fight stateI hands he said but we propose keeping it up until success crowns our efforts Our people want self government and the advantages of statehood Freedom is the underly- Ing sentiment which urges us We believe it for o IndlIreotIY eehave more people and more modestthan 23 of the states had were admitted PROPERTY OF THE STATE TIn Grave of Nancy Hunk Lincoln aull the Ground Surrounding It Deeded to the Governor Indianapolis Ind Dec 31Aftcr many years of effort the grave of Nancy Hanks Lincoln mother of Abraham Lincoln Is now the property of the state Oov Mount has received the deed for the ground in the immediate vi ciountTinrial association The ground is to be turned into a park and a custodian will te put in charge and much beautifying done edThe deed is from the commissioners o Spencer countyIMARKET UEIOUT rCincinnati Dec 29 loExtraCALVESExtra ii 7 00 Choice packers 5 00 5 05 Mixed packers i 85 fi5 4 95ISHEEPExtra 3 25 S 3 JO LAMDSExtra 5 10 a5 2J FLOUR Spring pat 190 4 30 WHEAT No 2 redul 7StICORN No 2 mixed UynYEio2HAY Best fe14 50 IILAnIYAPPLESChPOTATOESPer brl 1 05 17SsTODACCoNew 10 00 all 2SIOld 12 00rr14 Chicago FLOUR Win patent 3 65 3 80 75ftNoTLeconvNa 2 rn 37 aOATS1o8 22ft 23 61 w 112I 12YLARnSteamNow lorkCFLOUR Win patent 8 60 90 WHEAT No 2 red 78 CORNNo mixed isOATS No 2 mixed 28 RYE g 58 PORKFaroSly14 60 6J15 00 Steam 7 25fIlnltlmorc WHEAT No 2 red 73 73 70nd ij 73 no a a 2SYICATrLEDutchers HOGS Western 660 6 60 LoulTllle FLOOR Win patent 4 25 4 70 WHEAT No 2 red 70fCORN Mixed OATSMixed cij 28 00DeeIndlannpolU WHEAT No 2 red 73y CORNNo 2 mixed fa It tTb p J N a II I ITWO IMMENSE EGOS IMieovered In the bland of Mndnnm car hjr a German Traveler and Scientist A German traveler and scientist eorge Krause has just returned from the island of Madagascar where he was engaged for some 10 months In scientific researches Madagascar now n French possession Is the lars est Island In the world and though situated oil the southeastern coast of Africa its fauna is quits dlfferept GIGANTIC OSTRICH EGOS from thnt of the African continent unenuulerIphnnts etc none of these animals cxslt or ever existed on tile titand of Madagascar On the other hand however this country stems to fine been the original birthplace of th iiypurpose InI vestigating the question as to at kind of ostriches were the forefathers of the present bird and from numer ous diluvial remains and bones he discovered In the interior of the is land he concludes that the original ostrich must have been a bird of un usually large size He also succeeded In securing with the number of natives two eggs of this weUprllleryedI though there are In all kind In various museums of Europe yet those found by Krause are the largest ones known The pictureI represents the traveler holding these two eggs with an ordinary ostrich egg and n chicken egg of an average toIIt would need the meat of eight norI eggsto thee comparison be extended to pigeon ggs there would be needed no less 20308 of the latter class Krause ates that the quantity of eggs laid by n hen of this gigantic breed con Suppoinsthis would be sufficient to feed a whole village of 2215 persons each equalhat to t tbll prices of thtse eggs it my be men t r c puhasedat 20000 marks or about 5000 As a rule however they are much cheap er The Budapest museum bought willionlyProvincial museum of St Omer in France owns two of these eggs for vrhclh it paid 1500 francs 300 eggs were for the most part hulnldoubtJeuand deposited on the bottom of riv ers and thus preserved from decsy and injury Philadelphia Record Wai Prond of Iltr IonTThere once lived in a a woman who was aomllgreatreflected that even the presidency of the States is within the rush UnttedI oorest and humblest boy she did not wish her son to fall far below that station in life Long after the was a man an acquaintance met ambitious old lady then visiting in a distant state and asked her about sons success In life Well she id cheerily he aint the president of the United States yet he aint a senator nor yet a congressman norI youhe fbeLittle Girl was Diplomatic Some young people are possessed of fectioYn relates that one day s little girl entered his shop and laying down aidime asked for ten cents orthof explaloeId proceededb toI le girl Interposed Dont give me that kind Give me caramels I just likeI aramel Hut I thought these were or papa the candy man remarked I know replied the little girl but justklSlerous little girl hell give them all back to me So youd better give me carat fasts New Evidence of Dltratr notfeelingthat be might be taking the chickenI pox then prevalent Harry went toIIbed laughing at the idea but sari downslalloeltdaQ 1a right papa it is the chieken I Qlrf l to 11t4aMa ir th ibe- dj t ON CATARACTS BRINK Untune Wny In Which a Canadian Lumberman Vaa Saved from AlniMt Certain Death The horrible experiences of one who has been swept away by some merciless current and find himself at last at the brink of a calnrac may possibly be Imagined but the tlare few who survive to relate to the particulars of such an aerie Yet there Is one Instance where l SWUNG IN or A DEnnicic man was saved at the very edge the fallseThere are few more Imposing bits of scenery In Canada than where the IIOttova rivrr pours thundering and over the Chandlere falls When the water in the river Is low as It Is In the autumn there is a fall of about 40 feet but when the river is swollen by melting snows In the spring the apparent depth of the e Is lessened At any time the rush at swirl of the great river over this ledge of rock Is a sight worth seeing 11In some places the water pours over a a dense and Irresistible volume while at other potato a stream will spray Itself over a table of rock higherI On the pper Ottawa are booms of toga which feed the large rlglonIerous business and It Ia toy to lose ones foothold and fall Into the swift stream Accidents of this kind occur frequently The only case that did Ibot hue a fatal termination Is the one referred to here IThe man was busy forking these logs with those sharp prongs used to wing them about and draw them In when he missed his tooting and fell Into the river Though strong swim mer he could not withstand the cur rent and he was swept out into t stream and on toward the Nearing the falls he found hlmt oft still conscious and It happened that he was being foiled over one of thole tables of rock where the water was so shallow that he felt himself touch He struggled to regain hisfa feet and was successful in so doing so that he found himself steadies In perhaps n foot of rushing water at the brink of the cfltatract a great tor rent surging by him on every band But it stemd hopelesslie saw n way of getting to short and no aafrom the shore could get to him Many people on the banks of the rlv er were watching him and tryingfstudy out some plan to Finally a large derrick was brought to bear such as Is used In bulldii optratlons A great arm with fop was swung out over the torrent at when the man had fastened himfsecurely with the ropes he rargeItonebuilding Cincinnati Commercial ribunelDANCEDeWhen the Clever Little not IOorldrt gal It ICnd la nay loaf Fun All by itself aUIIexperimehent 1d In Public Opinion While watching som spiders o n day it occurred to him to try effect the sound of a tuning WhatI would have upon them He strong suspicion that they would take it for the buzzing of a fly Selecting a large fat spider that had long been on flies he sounded the fond tk touched a thread of the aplde- web The owner was at one edge of his web and the thread selected was the other aide Our his wonderful plderiUlephon wires the buzzing tound tell along which particular line Thesight sound was tranUngI IIhothe touched the thread against t other end of which the fork w sounding Then taking anath precauUonaryfork and sprang upon it At this point he found out his m take He retreated for a short d tance and stopped to survey this new buzzing creature which should have been a fly but was strangely unlike any Insect he had ever seen Atnotlength apparently convinced that the object at the outer edge of his web was more suitable for amusement gatdon was the sound of fek waa mad to him WHILE THE STARS SHALL SHINE While the stars nhnil hlne above us- In their beauty wndduah We shall dream of those whi love ue With their spirits pure and white While the stars shall abed tholr luiter Oer the mansion and the tot Where the sweetest mraurlM cluster They will never be forgot While the stars hall shine In story Where the angela long here trod We shall hoar the wondrous story Of the Fatherland of ODd While the stare shall shine forever Oh how mystical and LepIIs the love no fate ran or the Shepherd for Ilia sheep Moses a tihlrley THE COST OF FRICTION An ImiMirlatit Item lo He llriknaed with In the Snptnl MneiiUe The Oil of Klndneu The trade In lubricants Is large than many of us know To stake th wheels turn easily upon the axle with out groaning and without wear adjust the parts of the machinery 10I nicely that they shall all worn to one common end and keep the bearings LiofThe chemist of the IVun sylvanln railroad told the students of one of our universities not load ago that friction teat his company about SICOOCOO every year What It costa the churches every year uho stall have skill enough to reckon It Is not to bo told In figures of money lost or wasted ItI odt workers energy that might lure ac complished great results for Chris frittered away In mere keeping the peace and holding ground alrtnd won Does not the noise of often warn the world easy frltlonI doors of the church Everyone knows how e roblems of social frietion are Mnwith ita established forma and smooth phrases Its civilities and lull ecorfU s little more than a lubricant ups n the bearings of the social taaebiner to keep them cool enough to do work For friction genders brat UlrII heat makes social sun Impossible ItIII pitiful when we think of It ao terse an amount of energy Is Reed ed In keeping the organism front wearing Itself out by mere attrition but the experience ofseen ter1aeltlahI society proves that the energy Invested Social forms and conventions nre necessary also In church life but there is no reason why they should be either complicated or Insincere Social eau depends upon aelfresp et and respect for the rights of others the Intercourse of church life rhea e ought not to be difficult for here all are alike the children of God and heirs in common of the Inheritance of salnta But the real differences that xistdifferences of disposition eplrltuoa of wealth taste leisure power of leadership end desire for prominencemud be allowed for and only too apt to become sources of friction We could not spare then e differences however we might wish to modify them for they make the r diredi leuenlngfrictionabsolute necessity for the smooth oil Uanlanb gritty particles of selfish ces haste illtemper and overween ag pride of taste for energy that i spent on needless friction Is wasted energy and with IU dlflleult and glorious task of witnessbearing the church of Christ has no energy to wale Most quarrels and misunderstand toga have their rise from very lift things Hatreds begin as mere dis likes disagreements as to differences of taste about which there should be no disputing Here then comes In the use and blessing of those social heworldIe 1ouldIhold the church and to the cfllclency worldBostro n Congregatlonallst SpiritonBeauty woman never loses its charm for men but as they grow older other qualities come to have a stronger attraction Sympathy In and that marvelous combination nnd strength that chur ncterlze the beat women are prized above all else You look at a woman 25 years after her wedding and the ng laue years r thinksheon if he has found In her his souls elicitlaed liei Is far more to him than she was the wedding day Such facts as rho make us believe in immortality It possible that the maturity at beauty of the spirit shares in fate of the body Ypu have only love deeply and passionately for a term of years to hsvis your skep yothe ml reaUUas BoaUua Watchman h THE SUNDAY S Lesson In the luternatleloJenuary 0 1SOIIep ed at Iletha Prepared by H TUB LESSON TO Matthew MMe wasthe7 There ems unto trim a i an alabaster box of huatahadPOI II this wal if 6add ItIYr alt t me iMbutJ yteatIIII seer tauworld dIherpilotIS And said unto them wta INlive me and I will deliver Iim Mf xajfIllunlty WCNOTES AND COMMVVT From Jericho Jesus rbbt do any arriving there Knasy alii wl IhIfe On Saturday Jet hid r 1It bren a leper at this Urn IMit rb ably issue healed by Ji u4nllagratitude JKSSOV ANALYSia The Anolntlnc of JrtutPali Crlllflim of StaryActCommended r A Hlrlklnc Contrast Ira hstujthe slater of Martha and loran Ca net was to anoint the headtotrordmg to John also the d Jesus with oil It was got tlna won for rabble to be ao boiertflapl 110Is ru a1 le yndllty oa welt as affection JU Est brought out was the edit see of the ointment To fry si ilif within her power to acetate wi tw costly to give to Jesus The Criticism of the Dlttipii II 114that hU and clam of the disciples The wt la dlgnant and asked To whsi pet pee is this waste It Is later tbg to note that while all or at Ui rut swat of the disciples abated U feel Ins it was Judu lacariot wl pi this question to Jesus Tbls to at learn from Johns record M Its 49 Judea had no love la Hi tsrt and could not therefore ejn f bin with Marl loving oat Jsds too waa the treasurer of this tills pony of clsdplea He aaks wsl tbt ointment had not bteitf all stUii proceeds siren to hrthe sympathy of ieob- y suggesting that it ought tJSin p0IIar 1ud ir gument was plausible to most ojle It would be convincing The weal ott in it was that the emphasis 110m the gift not upon the spirit tad prompted the gift Jam ha oti4 every occasion to emphasis the puil behind the act A gift to the J orti commendable if love prompts tl fift it Is better by tenfold DhtrysdEwr an net of love therefore COBJBC isVi In itself hut another reaaon H mending the deed wu the Dal Jaw in the physical man eo t a ways be with them The lad site poor the world would alwrnyafcart bother point to be noticed is tit1 fat that the standard of JudSpsirnt kss much to do with whether sueb a set wilyles pontaaeouaoutburstotaloytng rart Kollonving the natural ImpulM a ila finitely better for Mary U ao See Jesus would undoubtedly have U Sa a gift to the poor aa a sign of born Himself for at another time He sis Inasmuch as ye did It ante oi these my brethren even tbelIdid It unto me laatjfreIcontrast to the loving let eomm ed by Jesus Judo who had betsAh leader of the criticism against 3Dalthis time bargained to deliver Jra tit ThloltaIby th in plied rebuke of Jesus for Jemu tmendntion of Mary was surely t vi buke to Judbs Another suggest oab that Judas had aspired to be treauuri JailUefor Jesus here spoke of Ills bu ia rtd4IiIIlaltospikenard Candr1largeiJuleurlthacout ddtj tototl i Him for our but ens It is mockery to praj children may b jtathereQ id eternity while do nothing 4k k theta at hoBS iiJltfB BMslli liaea- Y u JOHN BRENT Maj Theodore tfinthrops Great StoryHorses Hunting and Adventures in the West CI1AITKU VlContlnued Illllo Shqnibcrlalnl hailed Brent riding up to the train Howdydo Hawdydo No swapII responded Jake after the fn hlon Ding my eyes ef youre gladtoyou A laUD autututlon he had toyfillyJmil Illrined be the Lord con Mgrmonslang inItoBalnU ns they wander from the Promised Lund to the minn section where the low Ihed Gentiles ripen their souls for hell Droll fnrriifol but Just as Jake de livered It lie had the slang and the wearing1 of all climes uuil countries at hli tongue sad hello Atrnngerl said he turnlni rownlffht to me I allowed you was the HarI Its my friend Richard Wade said Urent Yours to inaudBrolherWnde Jake rnya hospitably Kf you turn out prime one of the out and outers like Brother John Brent Ill tip cm the wink to let you oil easy at the Judgment Day Gentile or not Ive booked llrothcr John for 1nrndlne Brother Josephva got a white robe fur him blow high blow low 1Ve rods lung bttttlde Shainhcrlitin What did you mean just now asked my friend You spoke of Wades being the baronet- I allowed you wouldnt leave him bhlndII dont understand I have not seen him since we left you in the summer Ive been ou to California and back ItoPlllnifllllndkceni to have a call to stop Pre haps hU henrt Is tcchnl nnd he isl roan to jlno the rAnls eople I left him down to my ranch lm dnys egoI playing with a grluly cub what Lee trying to make a gentleman of A pouty average gentleman Itll make too odiWsay Brent to mr tlnddulph meant to start for Uptne at once when we parted He iiad some errant in behalf of the lady lit had run awny from Probably he found he could not trust his old wounds under her eyes efain Wants another years crust er his scarified henrt Quite likely Well I with we bad known he wee In the valley We would hen carried him back with us A One fellow Couldnt be a bet Url Not raw u Englishmen generally atNo well ripened by a year or to la America Individuals used that cookery an the race di- dYes I wish our social tookeryIwere a thought more All In good time We shall lepa tate sauces by And by and not compel Beef mutton and turkey to submit to the came gravy Uvanwhlle some of my country arsian so underdone and some so sedans that I have lost my taste fer them fiuch npclal dyspepsia la soon cured on the plains You will go back with a fcralthy appetite Did your English friend describe the lady of his love No it was evidently too stern a grief to talk about lie could keep up bis spirit only by turning his 1 ark on the subject R must nerds have been n weak heart or n mighty position The latter A brave fellow like Hlddulph does not take to his heels from what hs can overcome eOlll1ljJlonn mud have J Water t Fodder x ousl- Thole lire the necessities Anything else la luxury The moll party were a set of jolly rough Jake Shauiberlaln was the type man To encounter such tel lows is good Wealthy education As useful In kind but higher In degree as going to a bear show or a lion and tiger concert Civilization mollifies the race It Is not well to have hard knocks and rough usage for mind or body eliminated from our training We joined uppers with our new friends After upper we sat smok InlI1lunllbrutal business such as the world has not outl1olvnIOHAPTEU ENTER THE BKUTKSl The sun had just gone down There was a red wrangle of angry vapors over the mounds of mountain west ward A brace of travelers from Salt Lake way rode up and lighted their camp fire near ours More society in that lonely world Not attractive society They were a ainieter looking couple of hounds A lean wolfish nnd a fat bony tlogI One was a rawboned stringy char as gaunt unkempt and cruel a Pike as ever pillaged the cabin insulted the wife nnd squirted tobacco over the dead body of a free state settler U Koalas The other waa worse be 1 A try cause craftier A little tuna stooklnh oily and red In the face A Jaunty fellow too with u certain shabby elm of coxuombery itvcii In his travel uttlncd attire They were well mounted both The long rulllan rude a sorrel big and bony us himself and equally above such accidents as food or no food The little villains mount was II1I0Cgynn nnlnml that one would choose to do a thousand miles In twenty days or a hundred between sunrise and sunset They had also two capi tal mules packed very light One was branded A A Distrust und disgust are Infallible Instincts Mens hearts and lives are written on their faces to warn or charm Never reject that divine or ilevIllHh record Brent read tile strangers Milvereil at me and said sotto voce What n precarious pair of cutthroats l We must look sharp for our horses while they arc about Yes returned I in the same tone they look to me like Sacramento gamblers who have murdered some body and had to snake tracks for their lives- The Casslus referring to Casslus who assassinated Caesar of the pair Is bad enough said Brent but oily little wretch sickens me I thntI Imagine JIm when he arrives at Louis blossomed into a purple coat with velvet laplls a brocaded waist coat diamond ehirl studs or a flam boyant scarf pinned with n Inehheel dog and redlegged IlIltcntlenthcrI boots picking nls teeth on the steps of the Planters House Faugh I feel us It a snake were crawling over mi when I look at him They nru not very welcome neigh bore to our friends here Nn Houghs hbhor brutes as much naituretitle brutal element coming In It por tends misfortune You and I will In evltnbly come Into collision with those fellowsIonce and without much reluetnneeIYou know something rience I have had a struggle nil my life with sin In one form or other otherlithat I IOV at the offensive You believe In flooring Apollyon before he floors you There must be the merciless Its not my bUllllell1 till melting mood In my present era We are going off into generalities apropos of those two brutes What O volunteer champion of virtue duel thou propose In regard to them When will you challenge them to the ordeal to prove themselves honest men and good fellows 1 fromnjllany You and I will thereupon up nail at em- Odd fellow are you with your pre monitions Theyare very vogue of course but based on a magnetism which I lure learnt to trust after much die cipline because I refused to obey it Look nt that big brute how he kicks and curses his mule Perhaps he has stolen it and Is revenging his theft on its object That brand A t A may remind him what a thief he is Here comes the fat brother Hell propose to camp with us It is quite natural he should saint or sinner all the more if he is sinner It must be terrible for a roan who nightjno human being near and find the stnrs watching him keenly or the great white solemn moon pitying him yet saying with her inflexible look that moan and curse ns he may remorse will save him front tieIno Yes said Brent night always seems to judge and sentence the day A foul man or a guilty man so long as he Intends to remain foul and guilty dreads pure quiet orderly NatureThe upIobjectionable stranger came to our campfire Hello men said he with a far miliar air its a fine night and meeting with no response he contin ued lint I reckon you dont allow nothlu else but fine nights in this section Bad company makes all nights bad says Jnku Shambcrlain gruffly enoughAy and good company betters the orneriest sort er weather The more the merrier eh Supposin its more perarcr wolves or more rattlesnakes or more horse thieving scalpln Utesl says Jake un propltlntcd 0 said the newcomer a little uneasily I dont mean sech I mean jolly dogs like me and my pnrdencr Wo allowed youd choose company in camp Wed lute to stick our pegs Iin alongside of yourn cf no gent got uothln to say ngin it Its n free country Jake said and looks pooty roomy round here You ken camp whar you blame please off or on Well says the fellow laying hold of this very slight encouragement since youre agreeable well fry our pork over your fire and liev a smoke to better acquaintance He aint squlmtnldgc said Joke to us as the fellow walked oft to caY his comrade Hoe bound to ring himself into this hero party whoever says stickleback Hes ono of them Algerlnca Inhabitant of Algiers in North Africa what dont know a dark hint till it begins to make mo tions and kicks em out Well two more men with two regiments nl allowance of shootin irons wont do no liiirin In this Inglne country Well boys said the unpleasant falling approaching again Here is my pnrduner Sam Smith from Sac ramunter what he dont know about horse aint worth knowln My name is Jim lloblnson I ken sing a song tell n story or fling a card with mum In town or out er townIWhile the strangers cooked snppw my friend and I lounged apart upon the prairie A few oIYI gave us a capital picture The wagon the horses feeding in the illI tance n dusky group the men pie turesquely disposed about the fire now glowing ruddy against the thickening night A gypsy scene 1 am never bored said Brent to mcwith the company or talk of men like those good or bad Homo sum nil human I am a man noth ing about men falls to Interest me nnd so fortha sentiment of the late Plnutus now first quoted You do not feel a reaction toward scholarly society No this Homeric life with its struggle against elements which I can defy If I please and agnlnst crude forces in man or nature suits the youth of my manhood my Achilles time The world went through an epoch of just such life as we are leading livery man trust to be com plete nail not conventional A man who wants to know his country and his age must clash with all the people and all the kinds of life In It You and I have hind the college tho anion the club the street Eu rope the Old World and Yankcedom through and through when do you expect to outgrow Ishmael my Jona athan Whenever Destiny gives me the finnl touch of merit and names mo Lover What Have you never been that happy wretch 1Xeler I have hnd transitory I have been enchanted by women willowy and women dumpy by ithelIghtaudeolorlell mind and body dc rose and by the buxom and ruddy I have adored Kobcldc and Hildegardc Doi lores and Dorothy Ann lump nnd nngel sprite nnd fiend I have had lily little Irritation of a foolish fancy my sharp scourge of an unworthy passion am heartwhole still and growing u little expectant of late You are not cruising the plains for a ladylove It is not I will wed a savage woman It is not for a Pawnee squaw that you go clad Ini skins and disdain the barber No My business in Cosmos Cos mos means the universe is not to bo the father of halfbreeds But so body old fellow I need peace after a life driven into premature foeman ship I need tranquility to let my character use my facts I want the bitter drawn out of ma and tho sweet fostered I yearn to be a fover As he said this wo had approached the campfire Jim lloblnson by this time quite at home was making his accomplishments of use He was de basing his audience with a vulgar song Time words and air jarred upon both of us Nil human a me nUenum puto I repeat said Brent but the foul stuff is not the voice of humanity Lets go look at the horses They do not belle their nobler nature and are not In the line of degradation I can not harden myself not to shrink from the brutal element wherever I find it whether In two horsethieves on the plains or in a well dressed repro bate of society at the club in Now York Brutes in civilization are just aiII bOil but not so blatant Old Pumps end the Don here area gentler and more honorable pair than these strangers They are the gentlemen of their raceIts not their cue to talk but if the gift of tongues should come to them they would disdain all vulgar discourteous words They do now with those brave eyes and scornful nostrils rebuke whatever is unmanly in men Yes they certainly look ready to cooperate in all Tho knights of old were bound to respect and protect all women knightly duties One of those as I hinted before la riding down vilfaius We left our horses busy at their 1wllngIRobinson had produced cards The men of the mall party were intent over the game Even Jako Shamber lain had easily forgotten his distrust of tho strangers The two suspects whether with an eye to future games or because they could not offend their comrades and protectors for this dangerous journey were evidently playing fair Robinson would some times exhibit a winning hand and say with an air of large liberality Yo see boys I ked rake down ye dimes cf I chose but title here Is game among friends Im playln fo pastime Ive made my pile olreddy and sos my gardener To be continued Contestants of the will of Mcllen Chamberlain in Boston have executed a release to the trustees of the Boston public library of any interest which they may have In the Mellen Cham bcrlalu collection which was be queathed to the library This collec thou which is valued at 100000 is composed of autographs portraits photographs genealogical historical and literary property THE HOME Kdltril pro hem by the Manager Oh They are Married Oh they are married saidmy friend in hor most ngressivoly posi tive tonoas the young couple who bad been lunching opposite us arose and loft time crowdedrestaurant 1 Why do you say that I enquir edcuriously Well in the first place when they cumo in ho showed not the slightest solicitude about Ier seat but allowed her to drop down anywhere Thou ho ordered the lunch without consulting tastes and they hardly spoke to each other while they sat at the table Moreover she wore a wed dingringI to think my observing friend was entirely right in her diagnosis The young people were ovi dently ou pleasant terms with each other but it was plain they consider ed it quito unnecessary to sustain a conversation proferiug to oat their lunch in martial indifference and silenceI a point my friend added and often rack my brain to itof carrying on an animated conversation with my husband when we are in a public place or traveling The other day I was in a streetcar near a hus bandand his wife who sat beside each other in utter dumbness every inch of time way from Boston to It exasperated me just to lookat thorn and she laughed heartily Is it right for married people to grow careless towards each other and neglectful of the small courtesies of life Must a wife forego any lovorliko attentions from her hus band in these utilitarian dayst I fancy women never outgrow the crav ipg for those delicate chivalrous attentions which n tmo gentleman nev er neglects but which are so often relegated to coutting days only Nowadays it is almost invariably the welldressed prosperous looking man who remains glued to his beat in time crowded car with women swaying front the straps while the working man weary with his days toil shows a fine courtesy and good breeding by offering his seat to the aged lady or the woman with a baby Are you sure queries a voice at my elbow that ho women them solves are not to blame in those days genemlIlmDuncipatiOnt tion I pass it onZions Herald- lUomIeye Pile Ointment Relief follows its use and any one suffering from piles- cannot afford to neglect to give it a trial Price 50 cts in bottles tubes 7G cts S E Welch Jr Repair That Loom Homespun is coming into fashion upIproductsIeducation and comfort to many homos IWe can pay for wellwoven 40 cents a yard Joans 60 cents Hnsoy 5O cents well matched bed coverlets 4 to 6 Patent dyes not accepted oldfashioned Indigo pro furred For information address JOSEPHINE A ROBINSON Homespun Exchange Boron Ky WAXTEDACTIVB MAN OF GOOD CHAR actor to deliver and collect In Kentucky for old established manufacturing wholesale house a year sure pay Honesty more than experience required Our reference any bank In any city Enclose setf add essed stamped envelope Slams lecturers Third Floor 331 Dearborn St Chicago THE FARM Edited by 8 C Professor ol fort culture Derca College Save the Forests J I Drown Secretary of Indiana Forttlry As sociation Continued from lest wleII1 The sandy soils of Florida the grandest orange groves oftho world wore noted for excellenco of fruit and regularity of production but the wholesale clearing of tho pine forests has invited frost after frost until ruin has threatened that inctufltryI Trees maintain an even temperature modifying the colds of winter and heat of summer A hyacinth possesses so great a quantity of heat as to thaw a foot of frozen soil while pushing its flower stem upward and we shelter our stock within a forest areIyoung grass for grazing young forest growths are destroyed while the vege tation which should enrich the land by its decay is totally destroyed by fire save whore moisture is present and in such places has accumulated the rich mould of the hummocks The oak and hard woods of Ken tucky West Virginia North Carolina Arkansas and Tennessee are being consumed with groat raplaity Railway companies are striving ouch for its share of ties oil interests penetrate the farthest mountain re ceases for staves while the demand for spoke and wagon timber is BO great that agents ore on the ground constantly seeking oak for these uses What will the next generation do for hard woods unless the growing timber is better protected from the spoiler The farmer and landowner should know that if cared for these young trees will grow rapidly into money value while if the land ii cleared it will soon bo worthless for agrioultu sal uses Dredge Ditching One ditching and dredging compa ny claims to have made over 185 miles of large open ditches since 1895 This work has been done in Knox and Sullivan counties this State and in counties in Ohio Michi gan and Illinois half of it is in Knox county this state This work has doubled tho value of many thousand of acres of land and it brought valueless tracts into high priced farm propertyIndiana farmer To Whom it may Concern This is to certify that we have investigated Messrs Chas L Pet tis qo Buyers of country pro duce 404 Duane Street New Yorkand find thorn to be worthy of all credit and financially able to fulfill any contract that they might make and cheerfully recommend them to all dealers in produce as a sound financial hcuso to sell to Yours truly DANIELS COMPANY Bankers 6 Wall St 96 Broadway Sept 28 1900 New York 9470- 1Do Good and Make MoneyB- Y Introducing Practical Useful and EntertainingFOR AND BooksFounded Nichols and Na And Xrntlon TUB BEREA 10BB Places the Best Education in Reach of All Over 25 Teachers 700 Students from 20 States Best College Library in Kentucky NO SALOONS Trade SchoolsCarpentry Printing Housowork Nursing two years Model SchoolsGeneral Education and fitting for advanced courses For those sufficiently advanced to get a teachers certificate menrteachingrAcademy years for business an College Course Literary Philosophical Classical for Music Reed Organ Choral free Vocal Piano Theory We are here to help all who will help themselves toward a Christian edu cation Our instruction is a free gift Students pay a small incidental fee to meet expenses of the school apart from instruction and must also pay for board in advance Expenses for term 12 weeks may be brought within 2400 about 11 to bo paid in advance The school is endorsed by Baptists Congregationalist Disciples Method ists Presbyterians and good people of all denominations For information and friendly advice address the VicePresident GEO T FAIRCHILD L L D Berea Madison Go Ky THE SCHOOL It1 KJItcdby J WDIonmore Dean of the Nsiw s mal Department Berea Jollece f- Ucnsetralnlug Games iJ OL1VB 8 AXTELL The following game is helpful in observation and conceit MHavopart of the room with his back r itho school and name all the pupi in regular order ina certain row Vary the game by asking some sue question as Who sits in the secondt row from the north third seatJfr tithe back etc Observation and Quickness of PiwMY tfOhlldrentouches three or four which signifies v that they arelto pass into the hall After they havo passed out the children K open eyes look quickly Close eyes Someone then name those who j lare absent If he names them all 4 ho is allowed to run to the JPoicerand Sense of Touch standforescribes one whose name in tooiguessed If the child fails to from the description the pupilr step in front of him Lot the one put his hand on the tat larj 3 or shoulders and ho will very recognize him- Oblenation and Alertness Select two solids and place chair window or in some convey place Call upon a child to eta another whom he would like to run with him Tell them we are ing to have a race and that each must look directly at the solid w he is going to got At the pig One two three gol they run thesolid tako it to the teacher a the other children tell who wont race l ti Memory and Clearness of Though Have several pupils stand iQ frc of class Let as many children gi each of these a solid with which theare all familiar Each is to hold tl solid up high for just a moment 0 put it behind him Aska child stand and tell what solid each k hadand who gave it to him If answer is right the pupilshows solid again It often adds interest ftheHearing Listen children and tell all j sounds you hear all you Itofcrd on way to school Those who can 4 write them 1 Sense of Touch and Judgement Have class with backs to table iput a solid into the hands of a asimple one at first tell him to fe edges and surfaces all over oarefi then place it back on the table have him find it or describe it V was a three inch cube or It square prism 8 inches by 3 incltf 4 inches r Devise for Training the Ear With the children watching tap on the floor desk book glass etc Have children clow while you repeat the process them to look and some one t proper orderwhat objects were s Jfemory and Close Attention Have some child in the name four pupils in the S Another name all that he did a oral more until an that canils ci be held in mind are named iHearing and MemoryrHave several pass to different parts of the room while the rest Aide eye At a signal each child asks some such question as the following Where am IT Can you find met Can you point towards met While they point- in the direction from which the soundl came or toll where ho in as John is + in the back part of the room by tfdoor or or by the middle window etc Hang a basket at the top of the black board Have children standa little way back aimstraghi and KiJ how many can throw a small ball into the basket This is rejOJtajjp for the children as well a8a exo81lt lent training for the eight t KodolDyspepsia Cuff t Digests what you Itartlflclallydlgeststl1etoodati41 in if etructing the exhausted digestive gans It Is the latest ant and tonic No other preps Coin It In efficiency permanentlyDJspcpsla Sour SickEeadacheQastralgiaCramWtltherresattaotlmpCyfectdlgei uv cyfri is J tw- 1J t tp t sr M Ug THE ClTiZENSEREA KYTHURSDAY JANUARY 3 1901 Correspondence Countyt oil I quietly at this place except the so- undIofguns and firocrackers F Rev Sherman Anderson of Wolf J Creek moved to Jackson county last week and Rev L C Roberts will soon occupy tho house vacated by him Layfayotte Gabbard and wife of Clay county spent Christmas with ro latives at this place Win States and wife wont to Perry county last week to spend Christmas with relatives Mr and Mrs C B Moore of Indian Creek visited relatives on Lower Buf y ala Christmas Albert States and wife of Wolf Creek visited Mrs Margaret Mora i Christmas Henry Campbelland wife of Fish Trap visited Mrs Margaret Moore last week Alico Baker of Cow Creek visited relatives and friends on Indian Creek last week j Meredith Gabbard started for Be rea Wednesday to enter school Ma ny more young people are starting or- I i planning to start soon St Boouovillc Mr Chas L Rose r of Clark County is visiting his relations hs in Owsley County It seems as though the majority of Owsley is at Berea this winter L C Roso who has been suffering and from something like erysipelas has A about recovered Rev WH Crane has commenced a protracted meeting at the M E Church on Meadow Crook near Boouevillep Squire Smith of Jackson County is w visiting among friends here Madison County Peytontown Mrs Annie Whited was tho guest of her sister Lizzie White last Sunday Miss Dollio Burnam of Cincinnati was the guest of her mother Julia Burnam last week Albert White and Henry Tevis were in Lancaster last week on business A Harry Turner and wife who have been working for Mr Morgan near PeytThere was a Christmas tree at tho home of Mrs Robert Warner on Wednesday evening for the children Mason County Maysvllle The holidays are over r 4andeverything seems to bo bright and cheerful for the beginning of the new century Miss Lucile Dinwiddie spent Christmas t with her parents in Danville P Richard Thomas of Mayslick died of concussion of the brain As he Was such a brigth industrious youth r 5 he will be greatly missed in the community t in which ho lived Miss Mary Britton spent the holi days at her home at North Fork 7MissHattio Williams is home on a visit to her mother She has boon at tending school in Cincinnati Richard Strawder and Miss Rosa Watts wore quietly wedded Monday evening Dec 21 Rev Travis JohnsonI officiating The bnde is an estima 1 Wyoung lady of an aimable disposi tion while the groom is one of Ma sons most industrious farmers Jackson County Clover Bottom Miss Laura Lame is visiting at Berea this week John D Creech was taking Christ mas here last week Many young people starting for = 4 Beroa better late than never The little daughter of Jessie Murphy was burned Tuesday at this place k 4CH Parkey has been here visiting his old acquaintances Ho re turned to his home in Sedalia Tenn December 29 Win Ruckor was thrown from 1Mrs and broke her arm 1The meeting closed at the Baptist last Sunday with 28 addi tions to tho Church Mr John Deane commences a sub scription school in District No 33 Monday 81 inst We hope to bo able to report tho number in attendance next week Mr Grauvillo Hays will tako pos session of the Trent farm next week Rev Jas Luuford preached at the I Christian Reform Church Sunday Miss Laura Hatfield expects to en 4 tor schoolshortly Mr Thomas Kirly formerly from Ohio has returned to this place The Citizen is being well circulated here We wish a Happy Now Year to its readers i I 1v WATCH NIGHT SERMON 1900 By President Frost Matt VII 11 If ye thouswing j evil know how to give un to your children how much more shall your Father which is in Heaven Rim good things to those that ask j him j FRIENDS AND NEIGHBORS Time it a greet ricer that flows on and on anti I on forever And anti Ionch in j Iloetitigldownnot make our bots move they are I carriedalong hn resistless current down the river of time toward the great ocean of eternity Tho points we have once passed along t 10 we can never revisit We can remember the scenes of other years but wo can not go back null visit them again Wo them us themen upon H raft puss truss and landmarks on the slums And wo make but the cue voyage We pass each Sabbath day each birth day each New Years day onco and never again So it is that a wiso man has said If 1 can do any act of kindness if 1 can speak any word of cheer if 1 can perform any service for my neigh bor let mo do it now and not put it off for I shall riot puss this way againdrnrloarrcompurnulu change as tho stream flows I dreamed the other night that I was a boy again talking with my father Yes when 1 began this voyage my boat was tho center of a fleet of boats that have now dis appeared My father my mother my grandparents and others woro me They were oldor and better sailers than 1 and I was protected bv them But one by one their boats havo disappeared There are two ladies in distant places with whom I was acquainted when I was a little child With that exception all the boats that were sailing with mo are gone In a voyage ofsix and forty years I have outsailed them all I am not alone for others have joined mo I have let go the hands of my grandparents and my father and mother and my early teachers and I have taken the hands of my wife my children and my pupils IFe tonight a great landmark We are permitted to see a little of two centuries In the centurv batonelleto our fathers and our grand fathers In the century to come wo shall have some partwo know not how much and the rest will bolon to our chil dren and our grandchildren Many men like Mr Moody have lived and wrought a great work and died with out ever seeing tho beginning or tho end of a century The progress of Christs Kingdom has very properly beou our first tnuight And about that there is no doubt or question Christs Kingdom has its reverses and delays but when ever we look over tho we soo its advance The world is growing bet ter Every year thero are more tongues that sing more knees that bow and moro hearts that exult in Christ our Savior Ho gathering the material for a Day of Triumph and Heaven is to be thronged with the armies of the redeemed But my friends what is the tri umph of Christs Kingdom to us ox copt so far as wo have a part in ill If there is to be a glorious war I want to bo a soldier If there is coming a Day of Victory you want to be there It would be to you and me only the aggravation of despair to stand with those of whom spoko who see Abraham and Isaac and the saints entering into the kingdom and thoy themselves thrust out And so you are asked to turn from thinking about the Chists Kingdom in the wordand spend these last precious moments in think ing about Christs Kingdom in your own heart We are to close this con tury on our knees and my words will be most useful if they can help to make you ready for this midnight prayerWe shall be praying at an hour when Jesus often prayed Few of us havo been so often on our knees at midnight as was Jesus Wo some times wake with a vague sense of fear in the t i and then wo pray Wo are sometimes ill prayer at mid night because of sickness or some storm or fire But tonight we are here becauso wo would not make tho great passage from tho 19th century to tho 20th in unconsciousness and because it is an hour of perfect quiet when we can well set our thoughts upon eternal things We shall be praying at an hour whoa Jesus often prayedAnd now what shall wo ask for as we swing into a now century What needs and desires have wo that aro worthy of being brought to Gods throne tonight I God myfriends is ready to bestow favors This is the heart of my message If I can bring you to see but a little of his loving anxiety to bless us if you may be persuaded of his kind care and power to help us if you can bo led to believe tho statement of our text then wo shall all from this place forgiven and enriched and uplifted auden highGod earth ly parent Dees a father love to pro tect and provide for his child I Does a mother rojoico in caring for her ba by Do parents willingly sacrifice their own comfort in the glad endeav dllughtcrsbecome cob mourn for his lost sou and rejoice when ho was foundagam Ahsoilornthen being evil know how to give good gifts to your children how munch more shall your heavenly Father PRESIDENT FROST I give good gifts to thorn that ask him tllillUIltouighti him for small things Nothing that affects our wnlfaro is too small for his care But on this great occasion let UH ask for greats things tho greater timings which will include tho less It is said that a soldier who had performed somo daring service was told by tho king to ask any reward which 110 might choose Tho soldier asked for n horse Tho king gave him awaythe onlyithy of a horso anylhinlcan us we ucatoIson can an education if tho boy doos not desire it grcathlessings byIBut 0 1D friends I believe that deo down in your heart where you Iorhapsdeepdown for Gods grunt blessings You hove in your mind an image of tho kind of man tho kind of woman you would liko to be Wo call such an imago in tho mind an ideal There is tho ideal of your bettor self stronger wiser calmer more cheerful and happy moro useful and true When you nit down by yourself you realize how far youiyou begin to IOifirCur help Now God put that picture of a better self I in your mind on purpose that ho j improveAndthat you might pray And he wanted you to pray in order that ho might answer your prayer In every aspir ation in every struggle for improve mont God is with you 0 my hearer God is your and you are his child10u CutherI an unnatural childan child a rebellious child but you are his child still Ho made you and ho improveLotGreat Spirit to whom wo prayhis law and his power What is the law of Gall I four many of you are not ready with an answer The Bible is a big book and it takes n very wise and diligent man to master its contents But if we cannot know at once all that is in the Bible wo can learn tho most important things easily and soon Let mo throotTho first of those is in tho xxii chapter of Matthew beginning at tho 35th verse Then one of them which was a lawyer asked him a sayingMasterment in the law T I am glad that lawyer asked that question If I had have been with Jesus I should have wished to ask him the same It was a good ques thingIIiwhichminds grow contused when wo try to remember too many things But lot us bo suro not to forget the great things And hero is one of tho very greatest things which Jesus ever told Which is greatcommandment Jesus said unto him Thou shalt thyhoartnil thy mind This is tho first and great commandment And tho second is like unto it 1 hou shalt love thy neighbor as thy self And thou ho added to show how important these are On these two j commandments hang all tho law and that prophets That is Gods lawthe law of love You will uotico that tho second command takes it for grunted that shall love yourself Loving yourself UH long as you love God l1ud- love neighbor as yourself is not selfishness So the law iu full would bo Love God love yourself and love yourselfCould moro natu ral more fair moro necessary more reasonable Lovo to God ought to be as certain as love to a parent Nay more certain for parents are always imperfect canIlillowGod without loving him It is only by forgetting God and misrepresent ing hump that mon withhold their loveAnd to love ones solf would seem to bo a law of nature It is only a very thoughtless person who trail imj agiuo that no has a right to ruin self Yet hero again wo see tint in i Hnnity of sin Mou who will fight to time death against anyone who wrongs theta will wrong themselves in tho highest degree 10 love ones neighbor as himself may seem more diihcult lint this is not the love of approval or satisfaction f but tho love which makes us in forested in tho true welfare of ourI neighbor as of ournolf thud is tho thiugwo most admire in ovary lovoj and oppressive thiiig but a law which 11111histo enforce it it would still be our du ty to love ourselves and our neighbor us ourselves Wo lore God the more as wo understand the sweet reasona bleness of his And hero N lawInation of demned at tho last If they could find any fault with tho law they might norvo themselves to boar tho peualtybut when they realize tho and time law they will call upon tho rooks and time mountains to full on them to coy lovingFatheroous laws The law is all right Every effort I is made to pnrsuado soul to obey it Those who disobey it are still invited to repent After all that those who persist in wickedness must be punished with u vengouco that is terrible There ia no help for them and no thought of comfort that can sustain their heart no drop of wator to cool their tongue thing that makcH Gods veugenco awful is justTheclearly in his feelings toward those who have broken his law The second passage I have asked you to mark is tho xviii chapter of Matthew beginning at tho 11th verse For tho Son of Man is to como to save that which was lost How think If a tuna has an hunIdred sheep and ono of thorn be astray ho not leave tho ninety and nine and gooth into the mount sins and seokuth that which is gone astray I And iso bo that ho find it verily I say unto you ho rejoices more of that sheep than of tho ninety and astrayWo thud way toward tho people who have gone astray but God m kinder than woo When we soo mon or women who have gone astray we are very apt to despise thrum to look down on thorn to be hard on thorn but God loves thom still How easy is it for sinners to condemn their fellow sinners Wo point time finger of scorn wo ore filled with foolish pride at our own virtue How long wo remember tho faults and failings of our neighbors I sometimes sit down to talk at a fire side and Limo people start out to talk ueighborsabout thom is to toll their shortcom ill There ta neighbor Soandso mighty nice snap fine talker you would not think that ho was drunk last Christmas now would yof Well ho was And there is a heap of wick odnoss round hero right among church members Tho best man in the church now I can remember when ho was measuring logs twenty years ago and ho measured HO as to make non hi usolf And theres another church member that let his cattle got into my lot live yearn ago Ho en mo up and paid tho damages mill right and SII I wan sorry Hut I told him ho never ought to havo been HO careless with his cattle tulkIIwho bits over done anything wrong as- a hopeless case Now God does not look at sin that way Ho knows that HiunerH can bo reformed It is Gods treat business to reform sinners Ile ma u doctor A doctor does not kick a man because ho is in hUll health but Hels about curing him So God and wise mon do not abuse a man because ho curillghimi But god is oven bettor than this God taes a special interest in Use one who has gone astray A mother in likuly to lovo a littlo crippledchild oven hotter than tho others because tho crippled child needs ho tho most But tho best exam ale is ChristH own example of tho shepherd The shepherd loves all his sheep but ho mixsty 0 leaves the ninety uud nine and goes to the mountain to seek time ono that IH gone astray That is tho picture t hut is tlui Httpiip Unit is the example that shows us GodH heart towards tho sinner Gal is for saving him limit remember this God himself imnuot Nero the uliiuor against tho olnnorH will If thIblup hide from the Hhiphonl if the lamb hat hue gono astray runs away from t h- IillllpllUnllllUl rums Hiuong the wolves nothing Mil prevent it f loan boimig ue vourud Then ii u Mifrty except in Gods full lint + HMwr So we hate seems Gotlri Uw of UK e Mild liOllrl kraut ot love Let UK think H innimtit of Gods jiowir If tap ask him if wo trust h III Gtslai1 to deliver UH from toinptiiliou weak Leal and slit T AH you are going humps toilght stop n iiHMiitmt Hud look up nt the stare Thin slime Uod HUW hus the jiiw of love and Imo heart of low m holding thorn bright lorvhu in tho sky it riot look as if ho Imd soiiio poworT And tho power which ho shows in the honvtiis cord in tho tempest ntid in all the works of crontiou that IKHVIT is ready to help all who ak for it in the struggle with slim and sorrow in tits lift Sharkmmothsr l miMmgp in your bible John x27 My sheep hunr my voice and I know them and thy follow mo and I Kim unto theta eternal lift and they shall rover perish neither hlmll any pluck them till of my hand My Father that gavo thorn to me in greater than all and owns is able to pluck them out ofma Lmtthurshnad- So I hope wo are becoming n little acquainted with God Do we not lOl liko praying to mich a lunivunly Father Is there ono of UH who wish to live iu tho world mind bw a stranger to God l Would you bo an orphan when von havo a father and mother Would you le a tramp wheu you have a homo cord a ahslihertilooking And now what shall wo ask of Gall Wo intro put olF our Interview with him too often und too long Havo YOII not sometimes felt UH von rose from our kneos that you hind not rosily prayed Matt are thore not souse here who have long wiahed timid you and your heavenly Father were on good terms ami have Ixemi putting off and putting oft time time of reoou ciliationtho times wheu you would took the Lord Wohiivuput it oil till the lust hour of the yuurwill you pray tonight I isrnlatWo ter with us but wo are all burdened by u load of guilt In our own hearts wo know that wo hove s1l1wduhave douo foolishly wo lave been rwklUlistIIIHI groody and unrwittoiia o dishonored God wo hurt ourselves wo have damaged our neighbor Wo are burdened by n of guilt Now our sins and follies cHiutot bo undone or forgotten but thoy can Iw forgiven God is anxious to UK und his forgiveness in complete und absolute hon u limn forgives ho sometimoH does it reluctantly and Nays Well I will forgive but Ill never forget That in not the with God Ho says I willrumour bur your traiiHgrossiou no more AH fur UH tho Last is from tho WIt HO trnusgrassionsfrom treats us as though wo hind nevur sinned Ho romemlMirH our woakness mud protects us against temptation but he bears no grudge Although your sins are as scarlet they shall ho as white as wool Oh are wo not nil eager for that forgivuuwis Are wo not thirsty for anylongin onler that wo might bo made free from guilt Wo can bo free now und horn if wo will sincerely ask God to punlon us powerhowHlmll wo boar tho hardens of lifo How shall wo perform tho taslfy God scum before us Most of us are groaning under our tasks and duties 1ooplo ask us How do you como omit and wo answer Oh just slowly just mid tiling just acruwling Wo use the word hard till we pretty nearly wear it out hard work Immure times hard lessons hard luckthud thou wo begin to shirk Wo perform our duties in u luaU and half way Wo omit much that wo are expected to do Uun reminded some of time tennis pikeSomolyfi d unciirried discouraged look ing horses Unit Boomed hardly able to Htund up Thoy reminded mo of the man who ran into u livery stable and said Do you mnko horses hone Mnko horses hero miid tho stnblo Ulan make horses here what do you mean t Oh said tho man I stl1udiugill hereNollhorses worn tho Hinaller time load had to bo And so it is with uHlho loss and faith und unthusiusm wo rowertho smaller the loads that we pullAnd there was another thing I learned from tho teatime on tho pike the poor weak horses when tho load WIIH ready to start would bite each other And it is likely to ho the Hfiino way with folks If there is not very isllOaythllYhorsoH und bite each other Now shall wo ask God to lighten our bunions No No Let UH usk hitu to give us moro powor It would alougto load and say I will carry Imlf yout for you limo teamster would say Thank you sir amid the Oll grntefuyButmight happen A mail might cool along and say Your Itiim in weak will hitch fin extra tenon ofatom horses on ahead of it1 Then tho tom would bo UH nolhiiig becuusi llieru i more power Now Ootlwill do just that for tacit ot o of us if wo will nsk him lie will riMiifoiro our fluking energv old give UN mure power Paultnulflsi h mud lie besought thus Lord thrice thnt it might Im emovwlj Then the Lonl untwired hum und said If n fUIOtlllttyo i more power to bear it my grvo in Hiillloitnt fur that Thore mule many xoplo in this rill in Ilehavestrong wo have united till Lord fur reenfoiueniuiit and tho muforremri thehymenfoot und hear a song nwny i Siine hotly miiHt lave written thnt hymn who had lxun Mrengt honed by Gull in prayerA in tho true recoilestogothorto help out his own strength inst nd fourhorseBut my friends some Chrintinim have morn limn thnt Somo Mini tinim have a six horse teniu or on eight homo team Thou they can nut only move but mow HU ttv t or fully und draw their nelglmbrsnlomig with theme I wish say to tho beat poopl + who nre hero tonight you havo not yet na inucli powor UH tho Lord wuntH to give you Will you ask for tonighttheyou And you dear friends whom wo have never known to pray will you pray tonight Wo nre punning n great landmark Withtho coming of you nuiNt mako summit ehangetorr tho bettor or for the worse You Imvo intended to seek putittime old your And how swiftly this nt rod in of time tlowi I11e slid not think that midnight would come no NOOII hut it jn hare Your cnlvsti n your Imnp your destiny now that Uod tins darn and offered mill IH in your hands nlono Lot tin pray METHODS OF MORMON MISSIONARIES nv say WMT cwrOELL- 11ll1l1ut fuse Mt Mtek Tho Hubntanco ofwhat they Hill give you iu Iheno txnivurflalioni and in thiwo trnoU ill as follows Al tho proper time as It semi to them they will say Wo art mm sionariea of tho Church of Jesus Christ of Lntterduy Saints ttliere by mialeuding all who Imvo never hnppeiied to hear tho Mormon Church called by this euphonious name II We buliovo In tho Father Sod aud Holy Ghost time same ns all olh Christians do thereby leaving tho imprchaiou timid thoy Inliovo in tho orthodox doctrine of tho trinity which they do not Wo believe iu tho Bible ns the Word of God given by divino inspiration hover Intimating that thoy buliovo iu other Script urea that are later and letter adapted to these tithes than time BihloII Wo hold Homo view which are a little different from tho views hold by other denominations but wo do not meshnrny ono to believe anything which wo cannot provo by thin Bible holding up tho Bible In all their preliminary instructions thor tako euro to begin In sucha way II to keep unsimpecting Christian people from seeing tho divergence of Mor tnouism from Christianity nnd to proved in much a way thnt when tho divergence afterward appears it will scum to the ordinary mind HO slight as to bo immaterial Th following ia tho Hiibstuiico of what they will say un they proceed Wo believe that faith is tho first principle of tho Gospel Thoy fol low this Htatomeul by elaborate quo IntioiiH of Scripture to show that faith is necessary to salvation without iutimatiug that thoir definition of fuith in entirely different front timid of Christian people Thoy then continue by saying WI believe that repentance in tho second principlo of tho Gospel Again they quote Scriptural passages to provo tho necessity of repentance all thus time leaving you wider tho impression that their idea of repentance is tho sumo us tho Christian idea TO BE CONTINUED orAotofrfrn nlportonPItnNEIatIImdmk1110wMha lo Obuia IF 8 fEIE 1lr it Umi t r oTtrxl la liTiitori- rATiirr LAWTIM or rr TIAU HAOTICS THEMAlfL1ante ilojnt ell wiuCASNOYrCOI PATENT LAWYERS V n Opp U S Patent Office WASHINGTON D CS l i