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J THEAn Independent Dovotcd to tho Weekly 1 NRev Interests IE FARM of YEARSCHOOL 50 CENTS A v VOL II A Family Paper IIEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JANUARY 17 1001 Fifty cents a year NO31 t t s IDEAS I Doing nothing is thu Hatno thing ILK i being a cripple- ThlukingI about nothing w tlio Bamo thing as being n fool Learning nothing is tho sumo thing as being lend Loving nobody is tho same thing ns being damned Take Notice Owing to a pros of matter many interesting local items wore crowded out Fco Memorial Services at Second Church on Sunday morning Dr Burgess at the Chapel nod Sunday morning at II oclock Topic Back to Bethel Hack to Oilgalfor Sacrifice nod for Rejoicing Presi dent Frost will give his celebrated lecture on Palestine in tho evening It 7 oclock It will be finely ill Ulltrutll- with Stereopticon pictures taken In tho Holy Lund AU welcomed Ten Days Meetings Conductod by Rov A E Thorn son Jan 25 to Fob 3 In Collogo Chnpol- Thesu incatiiiga are for Gospc Truth and Salvation wholly non sectarian proclaiming tho Saving 11101IIrochurches and individual Clirisliiuii are invited and urged to cooperate In Preparation THURSDAY NIGHT Jan 21th Ser mon and conf reiioo for Chritians FRIDAY NIOIIT Jan 25th Sermon and conference for Christians Also outside preaching Sliver Creek Rev II M Jones HUkorj Plains Rev Win Lodwick West Union Rev Smith Harts District free Frost Blue Lick Rev C It Raymond Tho Ton Days SATURDAY Jan 2Q Preaching lOrfX and 7 Prayer sad Bible StudyH P MSUNDAY MORSISOUtmnl services in all churches 8P M Consecration Meeting 7 P M Preeching MONDAY Preaching 1080 and 7 Prayer at 3 P M And tho same order for tho follow ing days FROM THE WIDE WORLD Lord Kitchener is said to be hold lag all tho railways in South Africa I There is likely to bo serious trouble between tho United States and Yen p01litiOllhichenco to tho asphalt rights China has at last signed tho joint noteAdmiral Cervora is seriously ill nt his homo in Spain The negotiations for tho sale of the Danish West Indies to tho United States aro nearly completely IN OUR OWN COUNTRY The canteen has been prohib oulyfifteeuPres McKinley Ie ill with tho grip Tho Cuban Constitutional conven Non has decided to give universal suffrage to the future republic Delgado a Philppfno commander hoe surrendered with four olliccrt and twuuty mon The Saongerfest Hall prize fight in Cincinnati has boon declared off S 13000 reward has boom offered for tho arrest of Pat Crowe the al leged kidnapper of Eddy Cudahy A committee has been organized to solicit funds for a permanent Dewey monument a COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Tho Estill Couu News has dis continued publication Elisha Webb aged 91 years the oldest citizen of lititill county died last week Kentucky AdvocatoTw Knpi Gum Coal Co has found oil on land at Barboursvillo but in what quantity cannot bo learned James R Ireland of Skillmnn Hancock county died last Sunday aged 101 years The full Appellate horde Is con sidering tho cube of Calob Powers A decision is expected this week a There is a crusado against vico bo ing waged in Louisville Gamblers theaters and saloons are to bo suppressed Tho fifth annual show of tho Ken t tucky Poultry Associaton began last Monday The President has nominated Judo 11 Jas II Deuton for Collector of the Eighth District Judge J H Tinsloy has gone to Jackson county to enter upon his duties as Judge of tho 27th judicial district c4 Locals and Extra Coplos bor of Tho Personalsrouch at the and Poatofflco- T A HobiiiHun London Tuesday Dr and Mrs Cornelius are quite nicl from hi grippe Mrs John IIulF him gone tr Cincinnati to visit her mother Mrs Coo Cnmoy of gust ISurnatadt in visiting her sister Mrs Sallie Coruelifion Mr John Fletcher wife and visitinglMrStanley Frost loft Monda night for Columbus 0 to accent a position in tho electric works thereCaleb Bronough who waA burned several weeks ago dkd hiHt Thursday and was buried Friday Miss Mary Sammls and Wal ter Hill wcrt married at Hamilton OliioJan T They returned to I HoreuTho of Dr Gto bearthatw past few days Misses Etiu and Talillm Gay loft TueMlay for mi extended visit with friends and relatives in Ohio and In hula Mr McGorityof London has IHovholding n series of meetings at C huroh Ho has boon as by Her J G Bow ol Louis villa There is a rumor that some hogs that are running at largo are likely to bo umpoiindcd according to tin town ordinance Owners hud bettor take warning Win Loweti of Nicholasville Ky culladIJell is a tniHieo of Brother Fees Cump Nelson 18choolilLTuoMlay afternoon Mrs nsruus Todd at her homo on Chest nut St Her funeral took place this afternoon at the Sooiid Church con ducted by Huv II J Durthick D A Preston tho tuna who runs the Klondike Kackut Store near the L X DeKt has ono hundred penult to give to littlo clildrcn to liulp them ill Sunday Schools Thusu Kiinies are not to bo spout You must give thorn to the Sunday School Tho Filet Baptist Church of Borer colored met January G 1101 and eltKtwl thu following persons as oiG cials for the your Rev 11 Broaddus Pastor tieWillis Record ing Sea C H Blythe Financial Sec W Ballard Tress J A West Janitor A collection was taken amount jog to 2100 Wo noticed in lome or our exchong CM that Dr Pearsons of Chicago was about to endow Berea College for the pui OHo of creating a now depart uncut Wo called tho attention of Prunldout Frost to tho items and we give his reply as follows llcporten and newspapers have said a good deal about what Dr Pearsons is go ing to do further for Beroa Dr Bar ton cue of our Chicago Trustees who was hero nt lire Fees funeral saw Dr Poareons last week and ho said that while ho believed in Berea at much as over ho had made no such statements as those reported Besides thorn otherwise mentioned the were among those ofliuvlioburt Buruam ol Richmond Mrs Goodlou of Whites Station Miss Mary Kobe Miss Vary B Ovorstreot Sophie llmlges Cutup Nelson Mr and Mrs J C Jackson Lexington Mr and Mrs W U Taylor Winches tor lev P A White and HOII Camp belUviIle MisduiiUS Henry Duncan Goo Haydeii Misses Copper and Belle Kiiica d Lancaster Ada Hackie and Puttio Turner Em mitt Embry Maggie and FIt Broad Ills Richmond loaao Hathaway Lexington Air and Mrs M W Mu Hon Hichmoiid Samuel P Butler correspondent for an Eastern Commercial Tribune JumcH Guiun i iiint Lick- Photographs 12 on fancy mounts copied from your photo BOo On buttons lOc each 3 for U5c Send 2 stumps for sample Win Lorimor Photographer Danville Ky AOESTS WASTED Orders for bread doughnuts and other products of tho Cooking School may ho rondo to Miss Stokes at the Model IIousj TilE CITIZEN is now being mailed to n number of new readers who have not subscribed for the paper A kind friend IIIIH subscribed for you and tho paper will based without exponso to you for a few weeks This gift sub scnption will include tho paper for Jan 81st After that if tho CITIZEN is to con tinue its visits you must send us tho subscription price fifty cents Died at Berea January 11 SEE ARTICLE ON FOURTH PACE A GREAT KENTUCKIAN Funeral and Memorial services OF JOIN G FES Tho funeral and memorial services of Rev John G Feo occurred on January 16th The news of his sud den but peaceful death on the son lug of January 11th had been convoy ed by letter and telegram to a wide circle The fact that his death oc curred in tho midst of the winter when a number of Bcrcaa graduates and friends are engaged in teaching and religiouswork which tied them to their posts of duty diminished somewhat the attendance on the day of tho memorial exorcise But in spite of all this tho audiences embrac ed a large number of people and many of eminence and distinction Tho day was perfect and the ar rangements of tho tomywhat compli cated program highly satisfactory Tuesday morning classes met with their teachers to talk of the history of Berea and bo prepared to take intelli ligcut part in the services of the after noon After chapel at nino oclock the students marched in several processions representing tho different departments to tho church near Brother Foes residence where the body lay in state At one oclock there was n service in this church conducted by Rev H J Derthick Tho church was beauti fully decorated and the hour given largely to personal tributes There wore present Mr Fees daughter Mrs Laura Foo Etnbreo and two of her sons and ouo daughter his son E S Fee of Clarksburg Indiana with his wife son and daughter Another son resides in California There wore SO pall bearers 12 cit izens Josioh Burdotte W P White Samuel Hanson Alfred Titus J C Teeters J C Jackson James Bick nell James Earloy B R Robinson R Royston Fay Hanson Thomas Pearl studentsMessrs A Boatty D R Smith Howard Ernst W P Chapman 0 II Venner P Shrock J E Ewers W H Humphrey J M Racer B P Allen H M Racer W S Mason W A Battle John Chapin F A Ewers W B Beatty H Kli inn M K Pasco Jr At the close of the funeral exercis ed the body was borne to tho College chapel whore Memorial Services were held presided over by Pres Frost After singing the hymn The Son of God goon forth to war prayer was offered by Rov G A Burgess tho new pastor of tho Berea Church and Rev J H Derthick read tho account of tho translation of Elijah II Kings 2 115 AB tho body was baing brought in tho entire audience arose and the Qarmonia Society sang Servant of God well dono1 The first memorial address by Prof Dodge was a per sonal tribute to Brother Fee with whom ho had been associated for wentysix years President Frost then gavo n historical sketch of tho life of Brother Foo giving the facts published in TUB CITIZEN this week Rev James Bond of Nashville Toxin a trustee of tho Collego and graduate of tho class of 02 gave a very beautiful and eloquent address on tho work of Brother Feo in promoting harmony between tho white and colored races in tho South Hon 0 F Burnam ono of tho most promiuet citizens of Ken tucky was the next speaker and his The picture at the left was taken at about the age of 27 ten years before he came to Berea 1901 address was of the most touching character Hon Goodloo was then introduced and gave a brief address of great beauty and weight Mrs Laura Fes Embree Father Fees daughter spoke briefly regarding his work at Camp Nelson The conclud ing address was by Dr W E Barton of tho slues of 85 from Chicago We hope to give our readers exten siva extracts or some of these ad dresses in full at some future time At tho close of Dr Bartons address persona who came in late were given an opportunity to view the remains The procession then formed and marched to the cemetery While addresses were being given in the Chapel another large audience gathered in the Baptist Church here Prof Dins more Dean of the Normal Depart ment presided Speakers wore con veyed from the Chapel to tho Bap tist Church at the close of their ad dresses in the chapel with tho excep tion of President Frost Prof Eliza H Yocum gave a sketch of tho life of Brother Fee at that meeting and the interest there was little less than at the chapel As the procession passed the Bap tist Church students and citizens from there fell in so that the process olougtheScriptureby Rev H J Derthick and boned ic tion by President Frost Anong the distinguised vistors we noticed upon tho platform Hon W B Smith of Richmond Hon J D Harris and many others At night the visiting and resident trustees members of tho Fee family and tho Faculty met at the Presidents House for fireside reminiscences of Father Fee- Wednesday morning in Chapel Dr Barton addressed the college students and Rev Mr Bond tho students of of the Normal Department and Model SchoolsThis of the day s exercises can convey but a faint idea of tho deep moral and spiritual impressions which were made upon all hearts Brother Fees body is to rest but his soul is marching on Madison County The Board of Tax Supervisors is still in session The Christain Church of Richmond has extended a call to the Rev Hugh McLellan of Shelbyville Tho petition of S E Welsh Jr of Berea asking that Madison county bo redistricted was granted in the Quarterly Court last Monday Miss Lena Walker of Whites Station died at the Richmond Hos pital Sunday Rov H G Turner pastor of tho M E Church Richmond is ill with tho measles J H Jones of Baldwin sold to Geo Masters about 17 acres of bot tom land near Valley View for 1290 The firm of Covington S Mitchell of Richmond has been disolved through the death of Mr Mitchell Tho business will bo conducted by the firm of Covington R Banks Brown Hurst the son of Mr and Mrs J R Hurst of Richmond died recently Ho was about 18 years of ago and an estimable young man A younger son of the family diod only about two weeks ago impeIsonator Zozz zz zz CHANGE OF FIRM QI Having succeeded tho old firm of COVINGTON A MITCH ELL wo tako pleasure in stating that as of old the ni1 new firm will exert all of its ability In trying to please wvain this cityI4 IIs to give good merchandise at a reasonable price and shall endeavor to have what everyone wants in tho weIIng line We will SAVE YOU MONEY in everything tho way of Suits Overcoats Extra Pants Hats Furnishing Goods and Mens Shoes With renewed and past experience wo hope to servo you hotter MenRIbefore now many BARGAINS in season goods that wo to close out For we O nilTniloringmay want I COVINGTON BA- MSRichmondb Ky l2Z oZf24Zu2ufZ a fZZ t2 IE B McCOY Dentist Berea Kentucky Center Street Art Gallery C I OQQ Proprietor Uptodnte Photos Nothing but tho best finish at the low est price DENTAL SURGERY A WILKES SMITH D D S Smith Building Main Street Richmond Ky Telephone Resilience No 02 Office No 00 WANTKDACTIVK MAN OF GOOD CHAR actor to dellvsr and collect la Kentucky for old mUbUhrJ uunulactarlai wholesale house SvvObji inn psy t pscatymore than expert renojany bant any cityicoaaeoll +ddreltdstamped envelope M uui turew Floor 331 Chicago s FAILSarotouchtlyrup UtO In time fold bydrocelta CONSUM PTJOlSt 50 YEARS TRADE MARKS DESIGNS c sending atetch and deserlptlnn mruoorlaln our opinion froo whether an lnrenllnnIapmbabtypalentabo Commllnlra- tlonlllrlelrronlldontliLL on IntenU Pont tree oldest foraeeurtugpatents- riatenta taken trough tuna A Co receive qwiol nofkf without chump lathe Scientific jnnericmi A handtomelr Illnitraled weekly JOlt dr dilation clentwo Journal Tornn r3a reurt four months It Sold trull newidealen IUNN Co3a1nro3dwa New York Office 625 F BU Washington D Co IJlraacb Price NNN 207 EXPERIENCE COPYRIGHTS DO YOU SEE CLEAR I IF NOT YOU A ROBINSON lc and Meta Strut Berea Ky l1yeFREEwill fit you with spectacles that will enable you to see Robinson sells Fine Jewelry and Nice Novelties Robinson sets your time correct Take your crippled clock or watch to him AttentionKentucky Teachers I- JThe Fountain Pen is a neces vg2 sity for every teacher who wishos to savo time The best pen made is tho Parker Jolntless Fountain Pen It has NO EQUAL You can order it by mail from College Book Store Every pen WARRANTED and can t2 either be or money satisfactoryV StationaryJPerry F Shrock Boroa Ky June 29 1901 J C MORGAN SurgeryOffice ItoSPM National Bank Building Richmoud Ky Hand Forged Razor Steel 110 T 4tetlaudISend us 242 cent stamps and wo will mall you a knife the oznet size ot thlj picture It and retails generally at 73cta but to get you to try them TO will send you ouj hLL u N Lowest 6i Jewefer Optician Blades NDouglas Bros ur wuo waDII a 01 SHHAKS Wo wilt matt her pair of 7 I1 Inch razor iteelihean for 00 eta or 3Otwo- cLltamps IWe haTe an SO page- illustratcd Catalogue we will malt you free II you ask tor It Address aiAIIKU A GHOSH CO 00I AdamiSt Toledo Ohio and mention the Clllien N f pair i t I Rr3liable MerchantS Richmonds leading Shoe and Gents Furnishing Goods Boots Shoes Hats Caps Gents Furnishings We wish to announce to the people of Berea and vicinity that we are showing this FALL the most Complete Stock ever shown in this city As usual with 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 burin r elsewhere WEST MAIN MAY- T positively exchanged Retailers Douglas Bros lL Ssl 207II STREET Riohtnond KV STREET NEWS CONDENSED IntrreMInc Intelligence Gathered by Wire Prom All fart f Uolh llrmUpbrrea MOM1AY The American hospital ship Maine has arrived at Southampton with in valids from China It is understood that the disease from which Li Hung Chang is suffering is Brights disease Commodore Alexander Henderson chief engineer U S X retired Is dead at his home In Yonkers N Y In n series of riots between whites and blacks at Wichita Inn several persons were wounded Several arrests were made Capt DIppold one of the oldest and best known river captains was killed by n train while standing on the track at linden near Pittsburgh The French defeated n body of Box ers west of Poo Ting Fu killing 1000 It is reported that the allies arc pre paring to enter the province of Shan SI About 1400 Boers crossed the line attacking both Zuurfonteln and Kaal fontein stations but were driven oil They arc being pursued by a cavalry brigade Fully 0000000 birshcils of coal are on the way south from Pittsburgh and before the present rise In the Ohio Is checked 2000000 more will probably be shipped Joseph Yates Paige for the past six years chief clerk of the controller of the currency is dead of pneumo nia He wns well known to the banking interests of the country Thousands of persons visited the gigantic oil well recently struck near lionumont Tex So far the flow of oil lens not been got under control The amount of oil going to waste is enormousThree agents 6f the peace com missioners were taken as prisoners to DcWets laager near Lindley January 10 One who was n British sub ject was flogged and then shot The other two burghers were flogged by De Wets orders SUNDAY Paul Kruger is completely restored to 100000 cases of grip are be ing treated at Chicago Addison C Harris of Indianapolis Ind will be the next United States attorney general Francis J Wing of Cleveland will be the new federal judge for the northern district of Ohio Telephone lines to Europe is as sured by the invention of Dr H I Pupin of Columbia college The American Cigar Co capital 10000000 was incorporated at Tren ton X J James B Duke is among the incorporators President McKinley new team of bay horses have arrived In Washington This is the team that was bought recently at Akron OIThe dispute between Indiana and Kentuckywith regard to jurisdiction over the Ohio river will be carried to the United States supreme court Kobert Millers the legless porch climber Is under arrest In Chicago The prisoner says he was druhk and wants the police to tell him how he did it- The pneumatic system for second class mall in cities is not favored by the joint postal commission of the house and iscnate It is Impracticable and Inadvisable Winning the largest single wager ever made against roulette in New York Michael Meagher on one roll of the ball took 10500 from the Savoy club in West Fortieth street ATOUDAT Large finds of diamonds have been made in the interior of British GuianaKansas will have a 50000 exhibi tion at the PanAmerican exposition at Buffalo Maj Gen Elwell S Otis in com mand of the department of the lakes is m with the grip Capt Giou who participated in the Chu Chou massacre has been sentenced to death Many of the Filipino strongholds in northern Mcndanao have been cap tured by the Americans It is reported that Great Britain will cede to Russia the railway from NlcuChwang to Shan IIai Kwan All the passengers and crew of the steamer Russle which stranded near Faramun Monday hove been rescued The coroners jury holds the mem bers of the Torrent company re sponsible for the big fire in New York In which several lives were lost hOldllallirregular horse which will occupy sonic weeks All the hospitals In New York are crowded with grip victims Ten percent of the police force are ill and there arc now more cases than at any previous epidemic- A site suitable for a naval station has been selected at Olangapo on SnUg bay Philippines Secretary Long has sent to congress a recom mendation that 1000000 be appro printed for beginning the work on the proposed naval station FRIDAY There arc about 20000 cases of in St LouisIU S N retired died at his resident in WosMuctoa 1r UF Adm Thomas f Phelps of Washington succumbed to pnuuiuo ala in a New York hospital The formation of another Amer- Ican iron and steel combination la London Is practically assured- A bill has been introduced in the Kansas legislature making capital punishment for kidnaping in Kansas Mr John W Mackay paid 20000 francs arrears of taxes to save from sale by the government the Church of St Joseph Paris The Cuban constitutional conven tion decided by a practically unan imous vote to Insert in the draft of the constitution a clause providing for universal suffrage In the future republicThe situation in South Africa grows worse No steps have been taken to comply with Lord Kitchen ers demands for reinforcements Rebels arc joining the Boer forces in the Colvlnla district The joint note of the powers haa been signed by the Chinese plenipo tentiaries The American proposal to remove negotiations from Peking met with disfavor and the president ordered it withdrawn Senator Hoar will offer an amendment to the legislative executive and judicial appropriation bill increas ing the salary of the chief justice of the United States supreme court to 15500 and that of the advocate jus tices to 15000 each The United States auxiliary cruiser Prairie bearing the American exhibit at the Paris exposition left Havre She will touch at New York leaving the fine arts exhibit there and will then proceed to Baltimore where she will unload the rest of her cargo THURSDAY One death from bubonic plague Is officially announced in Constanti nople The lynching of the two Negroes at Malison Fla is to be Investigated by the grand jury Adm Dewey was added to the list of distinguished patients suffering from the grip in Washington Northern capitalists will go Into the business of cultivating tea on a large scale at Summerville L C The house committee on naval affairs has tentatively agreed to in crease the enlisted force of the navy 3000Senator Hoar will be nominated by IuIself as United States senator It has been proved conclusively by the American commission Investigat ing in Cuba that the mosquito is re sponsible for the spread of yellow fever germs The fortress of Ho Pu was stormed It was the headquarters of newly organized bands of Boxers The fortress was defended by ten guns and from 600 to 1000 Chinese Capt Relter U S N who Is su pervising the work on the new bat tleship Wisconsin at San Francisco opposes putting the vessel In com mission February 1 as it falls on Friday an unlucky day The fight for the championship of the world between Jail J Jeffries champion heavyweight pugilist and Gus Ituhlln the Ohio giant scheduled to take place at Sacngerfest hall Cincinnati February 15 has been de Glared off by the committee In charge To De Appointed Lieutenant General London Jan 12It Is rumored that Sir William Butler will be appointed lieutenant general com manding the troops in Canada in succession to Lord William Frederick Ernest Seymour THE MARKETS Cincinnati Jan 12 CATTLECommon 2 75 3 63 Extra butchers 4 40 4 71 CALVESExtra 7 00 HOGS Choice packers 5 27x 5 30 Mixed packers 5 15 5 2- 5SHEETExtra 4 10 4 25 LAMBS Extra 5 5 85 FLOUR Spring pat 3 4 35 75iWHEAT No 2 red onl CORNNo2 mixed 39 OATSNo2 mixed 27 RYENo 2 55 HAY Best timothy 14 80 PORK Family 14 75 LARD Steam 7 15 BUTTEUCh dairya 13 Choice creamery S 26 APPLES Ch to fancy 2 76 3 00 POTATOES Per brl 65 1 75 TOBACCO New 8 00 Mil 75 Old 1300 15 78 Chimera FLOURWin patent J 70 3 90 WHEAT No 2 red 76 Q 78 No3 spring 69 70 37euOATSNo2RYE C6 54 PORK Mess 14 00 Q14 25 IWIFLOURWin patent 3 75 5 3 95 WHEAT No 2 red n 81 CORNNo2 mixed 40 OATS No 2 mixed 31311sRYE S 58a PORK Family 14 50 215 50 LARDSteam c 7 65 Baltimore WHEAT No 2 red 75Y 7W Southern 70 70 CORNNo2 mixed 424M 42- VOATSNo2 mixed 28 29 CATTLE Butchers 4 85 5 10 HOGS Western 5 50to 5 75 Lanlivllle FLOUR Win patent 4 25 4 70 WHEAT No 2 red H 77 CORN Mixed c 40 OATS Mixed 2GY 27 PORKMess 12 00 LARD Steam 0 75 IndlmnnpoIU frBEATNo 2 red 77 17I4 HES ALMOST HUMAN Chlrutnle Fnddeu a Cblcaao Hoar 1a a Newspaper Illlle and Take Care of the Mall Chlmmy Fadden is the only canine in the country who carries on financial EveryFridayVan Home of Ravenswood gives him an envelope containing the weekly sub scription to the Dally News and with all the dignity of a money changer he sits at the gate until the newsboy ap pears Then he looks back solicitously to the house for the approving all right Chimmte surrenders the coin and brings in the paper as is his dally habitlie also prides himself on his affili ations with Uncle Sams represents tive who give a peculiar penetrating whistle whenever there are letters to the Van Horn household and whether- Chlmmie Is gnawing a bone asleep In WAITING FOR THE MAIL MAN his favorite corner or engaged In the warlike operation of hunting liens hIIbounds down the steps past the lilies and fragrant mignonette anti gets the mall ills hurry Is over now misthe attends to it at the next delivery and Is proud of his record that there is never a penny owing the postman He assists in bringing In all the parcels and in consequence Is much beloved by butcher and bakerIBut the trait that most commends him to the family Is his fine regard for the flower and vegetable garden He would no more step on a plant or crush a blossom than would a florist and even In his merriest mood he religious ly keeps on the walk He has all manner of doggish tricks and in his way Is something a phllos opher Perhaps no Incident better II lustrates his reasoning faculties than the following A member of the tam ily who has been traveling for a num ber of years has always been joyfully IsIcupatlon thus enabling1 him ib come home every evening The second ron secutlve night be put in an appearance Chlmmie refused to admit him and fat more than a month be vigorously protested against the regularity of hilt home coming There Is only one blot on Chlmmiei escutcheonjealousy lIe cannot en dure any expression of affection between his master and mistress and II their heads get too close together he separates them with his cold moist noise He has all the privileges of a parlor boarder sleeps under the bed when it Is hot and on It In cold weather always however being careful to keep his own counterpane He refuses Ion meat from a plate on the floor but fed from his masters hand at the table he thinks It Is the family joint and enjoys It accordingly Chlmmie Faddens mother took the prize in her class at a Chicago dog show He is a water spaniel with a beautiful head and a glossy coat that Is a rippling mass of goldenbrown curls Chicago Dally News I A FAITHFUL PIGEON Baby Life Saved by a Bird nalrSeemed to Understand the parlance of II Errand An incident occurred recently In toe family of O F Marsh a member of the Pacific Coast Pigeon society which proved to him in a most impressive manner the valuable services which may sometimes be rendered by the carrier plglon and probably explains some of his enthusiasm in that dlrec tion His little baby boy was taken seriously sick with most alarming symptoms of diphtheria TIle mother watching by the bedside of the little one dispatched a message tied on a carrier pigeon to her husband nt his store in Market street In the message she wrote the nature of the childs alarming illness and made nn urgent appeal for medicine to save his life The bird was started from the home of the family near the Cliff house five miles from Mr Marshs Market street storeIThe bird where Mr Marsh received It lIe read the message called a doctor explained the childs symptoms ns his wife had detailed them in her mes sage and received the proper medi cine Then tying the little vial con taming the medicine to tile tall of the pigeon he let it go The pigeon sped away through the air straight for the cliff It made the distance five miles In ten minutes a distance which would have required the doctor three quarters of an hour to cover In 20 minutes from the time the mothers message was sent to her husband the baby was taking the medicine Nat urally enough Mr Marsh Is partial to pigeons for he considers that he owes his babys life to one How Awfullj Greedy How awfully greedy you orel aId one lltUe girl to another You took the biggest apple from the basket just as I was going Uptake it myself RHYMES AND JINGLES The afterward Quite calmly now view It at the last The upper room where oil her palm were done pastRecall by one There la the window where ihe used to lit Humming low volced some foolish woman song There hangs the mirror In the depths of It No shadow of dear eyes It knew so long I mind me when she pinned that picture there And when she brought that horicihoe from the street herIAlmost utmost could think I heard her feet But It la gone and life la warm and wide And nm calm See heres her closet door sherAnd hereO ChrlstlThe little gown she wore Post Wheeler In N t1resst open tile hoer tit Your Heart ladToJoyInroarSaying youOpen tanTosoulIJkebloomInroomOpen friendIIeedle voiceThebendiYoucaveOpenMote Gage Shirley In Boston Transcript I31auIr Value All value In one vision lives Or else within the heart If irlveIThe old rag doll by muny spurned s stirit concerned Is what It seems to her earlSinsThough others see no beauty there Shes what she stems to you IA rhymeThatMay mean to you a joy sublime Therein their value hiss sayWhyA daylayTo life this rule you will apply 11111I try Chicago Evening Post IToaeblnw Tale of the Tipper lie tipped the porter on the train allieWho tossed his satchel through the gate He hid to tip the chambermaid tippedTorTo thoughtless fool who freely sipped 11 andHelie had to tip to get a chance To occupy a decent seat They made him tip to get the thing startAndOf some iharpfangtd thing at his heart himAndlutTiler8 J Klser In Chicago TimesHerald How He Thrive He has little time for breakait for he playAnd he la troubled wayIt he would skip a course or two- For theyhaveIJ howheBut hekeeps atrschoolChicago jjrIAnd we call It a dreary old world But what If some day awayIWhere work WU unheard of and life was all playT backWewonI shun Where the Joy that is but Leap to life In the breast Of hehasS E Klan In Chicago TtmeaHerald It Dot Pay It saythingInstead of walling when you lose Just sing- a merry song Its always better while you work to whistle than to whine And litdownThe man who make the but of thing showa sturdy common ene The chance are that he will rise to name and eminence makeIAnd congratulatehtaSomerville Journal 1Traa ng aratloB u one who look out to the watt who shadowtimes begun And sus In splendor on the hills the pa geant of the sun Sow will look at life may be when life U all but done And find old alma vain dream mad- hope touched with a kindlier light theinlghtlArthur Magazine Llmllallo From the imooth beach I took one groin of land What countless myriad of them must be rUed up to make the islands that withstand The mighty onslaught of the surging seal And as I pondered came the thought tome How this great world of water and of land To God In but a tiny grain which He Bold In the hollow of JIll open hand Frank Dernpatcr Sherman In Youthav COIII llloa CHRISTS LESSON Twa love that wrought Chrlsti mission this world ul ours IUpon led the military toploIIlIynever wrote a churches built with gold And He neer sought with money To lead men to Ilia fold ttmplHerTo Illustrate ills teaching And thus the world retlne onlyUyAnd by Its blessed power To lead their souls above Then why do we professing To follow In HI name Not follow lib example And try to do the snmeT Let Love rhrUta spirit guide uf To lend our souls to God No better paths will ever Be found than Jesus trod Martha Shepard Upplncott In Boston Iludget CRITICISING OTHERS One of Two Sedan llrfrcl nf Char rlrr Oinrpully llrvrnlnl luifinite Vlui llml I ullITo criticise others Is commonest of faults We are apt tc attribute It to mere Illnature nail jointtimes It Is due to tills But II often has another cause lying farther back It Is dill quite us much to the spirit of self cxtsitalion as to an un1 kind disposition to decry We like to rlRhtlthntothera have failed to equal Criticism of their failures In Involved In our ns sertion of our own superiority but the primary sin on our part Is pride quite as often as simple Illnature nor does this fact make our aln any the letsITo snake the best of others to see in them whenever possible a good purpose whatever failure of perform ance there may have been to realize and Insist upon their good qualities whatever their defects this is to win their respect and affection to encour age them to overcome their weakness es and to help all who know them to do them justice more willingly It Is to radiate moral sunshine and cheer Nothing so discourages any one as to feel his honest efforts are misunderstood and belittled Item bitters all but the most sturdy and serene natures Hut he who feels thai we are ready In the very spirit of Jesus to believe In him be hopeful for him nnd encourage him in a word to make the best of him not only li grateful to us but Is nerved to re nerved effort for himself This U why the downcast and ills couraged gave such ready heed to out Lord He did not repel them Sometimes He rebuked them when tht de served It but never so as to humiliate and wound They felt that He did them justice wa toady to make due allowance In every case had faith In their better natures and was rages to Inspire them with new selfrespect courage and confidence This also III why some people possessing no ape ability or opportunity win such general confidence and love and such a wide and noble Influence They try to see only what Is best In others and to encourage and develop It and peo pie whom no one else has succeeded In benefiting respond to their appeals as naturally and fruitfully as the flow ers unfold In the sunshine Uoston Congregationalist PRACTICAL SUGGESTIONS lie cannot be brave who does not fur to do wrong Rami Horn The question is not Who II my neigh bor but Am I Arnot nelgbborly7WllllamI The Kingdom observation but It eotne Coogregs tionallsU Moderation Is the silken string run ping through the pearl chain of all I- rtUtlmshop Hall Patience Is the ballast of the anal that will keep It from rolling and tumbling In the greatest atormI Bishop The HopkinsIcommonest road of life along your very way In wind nnd rain no matter bow It bents It Is only going hand In hand with Him Mark Guy Iearse We can live so nobly not In despite of bereuemtntlllbutbe s Gospel though we can never write or frame one with our IIplltobrrti Collyer Look Into these details of dally duty these dlfllcultlei these selfdenials end you will find that every one of these lesser crosses It faithfully endured faithfully token up and carried not only helps to bring the crown of life but itself changes Insensibly rom cross to s crown Drooke Herford Nut an Independent Stan Many a span who Ucounted strong by his fellows and who would scorn the idea thnt he Is anybodys slnve It utterly unable to control himself He who cnnnot or who does not keep him self and his passions and hit actions and lIs language under mastery Is not to be deemed a weltbalnnced or an In dependent man In deciding the ques tion as to what mere mans slave we are we may not have to look even as far os the next doorS S Times Evil Habits Evil habits grow rapidly Sin speedily gets such a momentum that It Is al most Impossible for a young man to stopIft Dr Voabmgh t THE SUNDAY SCHOOL Iejinn In Ihe Intrrunllonal Merle for Jannnrr SO 1IMII flreeke Seeking Jesus- TIIE JIJBHON TEXT John I20n 10 And there were certain Greeks among them that came up to worship at tlie fear The same came therefore to IhllIwhich was of llethsulda of Galilee sired Him saying Sir we would see Jesus St Ihlllp cometh and telleth Andrew and again Andrew and Ihlllp tell Jesus a And Jesus answered them saying The hour Is come that the Bon of Man should be glorified II Verily verily I say unto you Kirept a torn uf wheat fall Into the around and die It abldeth nlone but If It die It brlngeth fruitI his life shall lose It and he that hateth his life In this world stall keep It unto life eternal W If any man serve me let him follow me and where I am there shall also my servant be If any man serve me him will my father honor V Now Is my soul troubled and what shall I ayf Father save me from this hour but for tithe cause came t unto this hour a Father glorify Thy name Thencame there u voice from Heaven saying I have both glorified It and will glorify It again- St The people therefore that stood by and heard It wed that U thundered others said An angel spake to him 3J Jesus answered and said This voice came nut because of me but for your sakes Now Is the Judgment of this world catloutSi I up earth what death He meIolaI see Je ui John lUiJI NOTES AND COMMENTS Try to keep In mind the order of events during the last week In the earthly life of Jesus On Friday he arrived at llethany Saturday the Jew bit Sabbath was spent quietly at Heth any Saturday evening after the Sab bath was over came the anointing at the flipper and on Sunday the trl uniphal entry Into Jerusalem back to llethiiny for the night then the walk over the Mount of Olive early on Monday morning For what he sow then see Mark 111814 lIedrote from the temple the buyers and seller sail listened with joy to the praises of the children then went back to Itethsny for the night on Tuesday morning He came Into the city and spent the whole day teaching In the temple It was In the midst of Ills work that day that He was told that wane foreigners wished to see Him Greeks were Gentiles or heathen These were converted heathen sa Csrins giving up their Idols and one true living God was concnnedjThey hid come from places where they lived probably for the first time to Jerusalem to the Jewish feast and to worship God in the temple Since their arrival they had heard one name so often that per haps they had asked what He had done and when they had heard of his wonders they wished to see and toIhear Him teach LESSON ANALYSIS- L Certain Greeks Desire to See Jisus Veron t A Foretaste of CJeth maneVer3nL A Voice In Answer to Ills Prayer Ver ty33 IIInmond has beautifully shown Such a law our Saviour uncovers when lie nays Except a grain of wheat fall Into the ground and die it abldeth by Itself alone but If It die It bearcth much fruit He knew He was to die He did not go blindfolded to the cross And He knew what would come of It He for the joy that was set before Him endured the crow and the coming up of thou Greeks to Jeru salem with words of inquiry on this lips was a foretokening of the great harvest of the Gentiles that In the full fleas of time was to be gathered And It was In Joyous anticipation of that august event that Jesus cried The hour la come that the Son of Man should be glorified And what Is true of the Lord of life and glory Is true of all lice followers Their baptism is a proI1I from which Christ shrank was not so much that which touched His body though It Is of that we are apt chiefly to think It was not the thorn crown and the cross but the cup He did not say Let me be spared the cross but If It be pos TheIpatheticishrank lie braced Himself by remem berlng that It woe just for this very thing He came Into the world and so He must needs go through It It was the only way to accomplish mans sal gloryInFather glorify Thy name And this Is the element that reconciles to suffer tug no matter how dreadful the or deal may be That cross was not only needed totsaUd the law of God JIginningvery practically It has been found that noIIng In all the range of motives drawn from Heaven and earth end hell haIsuch overmastering power as the mostives which cluster around the cross Hums 11sRestraining prayer Is retaining care Purity Is the secret of pleasure In love 4WEerfulThe fruit by which the heart U known drop from the lips The future and the past are the powers that determine the present The man who measures the profit willl JOHN BRENT JJ Maj Theodore Winthrops Great StoryHorses Hunting and Adventures in the West CHAlTKIl VlllContlmicel Nothing could he more yHtimntIo than his nrrnnifiiuiitt Order wel come In the world Order Is only see and to bounty It Is Indeed the skel eton of lionuty Ikduty seeks order nod IICCOIIICM ItH ruliiuiit livery great wliltChootled picturesque wagon of placeTheaxle of Its forerunner or wtm ranged ellipsebeconnthe cattle could le wifely herded Marauding rtdnkln would iilloi about In vale Nothing tninpedolik there fknlplng milking too would be bailed They could not make a dash through the eamp whUk olT a ucaln and vnnluli nntonehed March and encampment both lad been mar dialled with masterly iiklll Slxxutn llrent avowed to inn sotto voce with low voice may be a blind guide with dltchward tendon elea In faith He certainly knows how to handle hits licrrtlrn In the Held I hove seen old tacticians wl3o would hon tied up float mill Into knots that none of them would be Alexander enough to cut CIIAlTKIt IX SIZZUM AM illS HKtllfriCS- No nooner load thlH nonmd town nighttlinmopen of tho amphltheatru Vow brethren Fold Shamberlaln to im ef you watt to hear exhortln ai run without Mtoppln step up and lUten to thu Apaxule of tho Gentllei percrptihlyto Jlne and prrlmpt you wont Uf youre doeyle youll Ito tcched ef youre bull of Itaxhan you wont be techcd How did you happen to be converted yourself Jake Brent naked Youve net er toM mw Why you see I vas naturally of a religious nntcr and Ive tried em religlunthatt seeda limn born dumb what was lookingdownto sneak up and it did speak up did that there palate and went on talk In most oncommon Its onbeknonii gibberidgethe tongue Bounded In the Apontlcn time 16 them nl hadnt got the Inter ruptloii of tongue I truck my ling to that there miracle Id seen cm gcttln up the sham kind when I Oil to tilt Italian convent and I knowed the faurlh proof article I talk rough about this business but broth cr Brent knows Im honest about It atlltlonrdIof auditors Presently Slzzum appeared He hind taken time to tone down this pioneer and develop the deacon In hit style and a very sleek personage he had made of himself He was clean shaved clean shaving Is n favorite coxcombry of tit deacon class JIll long black hair growing rank from a muddy skin was sleekly put behind hit con A large white blossom of nudebeefycoat creased with Ita recent packing Except that his pantaloons were thrust Into M btmts with the makers name Abel Cushing Lynn Mass stamped In gold on a scarlet morocco shield in front ho was in correct gotonicctln costume a Chadband of the plains He took Ida stand anti began to fiihidnc over tile assemblage Ills manner was course and overbearing with Intervals of oily persuasiveness lie was n big powerful man without one ntom delicacy In hlml fellow who never could take n lower or a gentle heart Into bin hand without crushing It by a brutal instinct A creature with such an amorphous shapeless beak of a nose such n lieavy lipped mouth nod such wilder ness of Jaw could never perceive the fine savor of any delicate thing Coarse Joys were the only Joys for such a body coarse emotions the pleasures of force and domination the only emotions crude enough for such n soul Ills voice was as repulsive as hula mien and manner Thnt badly mod gilled nose hind an Important office In Ida oratory Through It he hailed hula auditors to open their hearts as a canalboatman halls tho locks with a canal horn of bassoon calibre nut when ho wished to be se IIl1uetlvo his sentences took the china nel of hIs mouth and his groat lips rolled the words over like fat mar lola 1ahl how tho recollection of the fellow disgusts inel Anti yet he hind an unwholesome fascination which compelled us to listen I could easily understand how ho might overbear thotIlion Travel hind polished hula base metal so that it shone well enough to deceive the vulgar or the crcdul pous He did not often nllow himself tho broad coarseness of his brother preachers In tho church Shall I let him speak for himself Dogs Anyone wish to hear the In r spiration of the last faith Immunity has chosen for Its guide No Such travesty of true religion u trllglenllIree L r muddle of texts and dogmas are dill rusting to hear und would be wean Rupee to repent SIzztimH sermon suited his mixed diameter Ho was Aaron and Jofhna highpriest and captain coin blued hot made ida discourse bullcj tin for today general orders for to perliejoys und prlvllcgcH of LatterDay Bnlntshlp on earth and In heaven lie heaped vindictive anathemas upon OentllcK lie gave his audience to understand thin ho held the keys of the kingdom If they yielded to him without ucHtion they were solo In lilt milt eternity if hey murmured theywere cast Into outer darkness It woe terrible to see the mans lIellI pollsm over his proselytes A rumble of Amen from the crowd greeted alike every threat and every promise Sl7tnns dUcoursc lasted half an hour Ho dismissed his audience with an Amen told an injunction to keep closer to the train on the march toI morrow and not bo rabbling oil to catch grasshoppers because they wore bigger nnd handsomer than the Lancushlri kind And this Is one of the religions of the nineteenth century and such a man is its spokesman said Brent to tile as the meeting broke up and we strolled off alone to inspect tho ennui It is a ftlmmc to all churches lint they have Hot trained men to Judge of evidence and so rendered such n delusion Impossible suppose said Brent that su pern It Ion must bo the handmaid of religion except in minds very holy or very bravo nnd thorough in study Ily and by when mankind Is educat ed to know that theology is a science to bo Investigated and tested like n science MormonUm nnd every like Juggle will become forever Impost hitIupon Slmmi horesy nod its mouthpiece Vo abhorred tho system and were disgusted with Its apostle as a tempter and a knave Yet we could not foci any chose personal interest In thin class he deluded They seemed too ignorant and doltish to need purer spiritual food Bodily food had been prepared by tho women while the men listened to Slzums grace before meat A fragrance of baking bread had per fryI11IJpnnshundred coffee or tea pots Santa ran not solely live on sermons llrent end I walked about to sur vey the camp We stopped wherever we found the emigrant sociable and abutted with them They were all eager to know how much length of journey rtlIIl1ll1edIWtIre coinln to believe sonic of us said on old crone with a wrin kle for every grumblp of her life that were to bo forty years In the wilderness like the old Izzerullltes I wouldnt have come Satnwell If IdIknown what you was brlngin me Theres a manyof us wouldnt have cone mother rejoined Sam well n cowed man of anxious look If wed known as much as we do tints Snmwell glanced sadly nt his dirty trnvel worn children at work at mud pies and dust volouvcnts lUll dowdy wife broke off the colloquy by an pouncing In n tone that she must lion learned from a rattlesnake that tho loaf was baked the bacon was fried and supper shouldnt wait for anybodys talking Englishjannounced and they told us was their home In the old sUp mother country Stepmother indeed to these her children Jfo wonder that they had found life at home Intolernblel They wore the poorest class of townspeo pie from the great manufacturing towns penny tradesmen Indoor craftsmen factory operatives a puny wltherelllIet of beings hardly men If man means strength hardly women If woman means beauty Their faces told of long years passed in thin foul air of close shops or workrooms or steamy oily floccu lent mills All work nnd no play hind been their history No holidays no green grass no flowers no fresh nca nothing but lard ill pald drudgery with starvation standing over the task cold scourging them on There were children among them already aged anti wrinkled ancient ns the crone Samwells mother for any childish gayety they showed Poor things they hind been for years their twelve fourteen six teen hours nt work in stifling mills when they should have been tumbling In the hay chasing butterflies pnndlng to sunshine and open exII We have not seen said ono hearty John null or Buxom Betsy null In the whole caravan They look ilK If husks and slops had been their ment and drink instead of beef and LeerIBeef and beer belong to fellows that have red In their cheeks and guffaws In their throats not to these loan pale dreary wretches Tho saints robes seem as sorry as their persons said I No watchman on the hilltops of their Slon will hail Who are these in bright array when they heave in sight They have a right to be wayworn after their summer of plodding over these dusty wastes Hero cones n group in gayer trim Scol actually flounces and para sols Several young women of the mow hnllnd order dressed in very Incon gruous toggery of stained and faded silks passed us They Bccimd to bo ann round of evening visits and sheltered their tanned faces against the October sunshine with ancient fringed parasols Their costume had a queer effect In the camp of a Mor mnn caravan at Port Drldger They were In good spirits and went into little panics when they caw Brent in his Indian rig and then into Lor mo and Bless us when the supposed Pawnee was discovered to be a liHiidMome paleface Ierhap we waste sympathy said Brent on these people Why are not they better off here and likely to be more comfortable in Utah than In the slums of Manchester Drudgery for drudgery slavery for slavery barren all tho Salt Lake country Is and rough the lot of pioneers I have no doubt they will religionjbut what haw Knglnndn done for them to make them regret it Of what use to these poor people have the cathedrals been or the sweet country churches or the quiet cloisters of Oxford and Cambridge I can not wonder that they have given an easy belief to Mor monism an energetic unscrupulous CromIIng acres for the mere trouble of occupying promising high thrones in heaven and on earth alto if tb saints will only gather march back esIthe upper end of the ellipse Slzzum quartermaster had done his duty 1na The great blue landarks each with Its hood of white canvas ItoUtibodies Within these nomad cottages order or chaos reigned according to the tenants Some people seem only to know the value of rubbish They guard old shoes old hats cracked mugs battered tins as articles of virtu Some of the wagons were crowded with such cherished trash Some had been lightened of such burdens by the wayside and so were snug and orderly nestlingplaces but the rntsnest quite outnumber er the wrcnsnests A small neat wagon stood near the head of the train We might have merely glanced at It and passed by as we had done elsewhere along the line but as we approached our attention was caught by Murker and aboutIus they turned and skulked away Whnt are those vermin bout1 said Brent Selecting perhaps a Mormones to kidnap tonight or planning a burglaryI to loathe any one as I loathe thoset fellows I have known brutes enough in my life to have be come hardened or indifferent by this time but these freshen my disgust every time I see them- I thought we had come to a crisis with them this afternoon when you collared Larrap You remember my presentiments about them the night they joined us I am afraid they will yet serve us a shabby trick Their Mlxonary as Shamberlaln called It of rascality is an unabridged edition Such carrion creatures should not be allowed about such a pretty cage It Is Indeed a pretty sage Some neaterhanded Phyllis than we have seen has had the arranging of the household gear within Yes the mistress of this rolling mansion has not lost her domestic ambition This is quite the model wagon of the train Refinement does not disdain Slzzums pilgrims as occe sIgnum behold the sign here The pretty cage has its bird pret ty too perhaps Seel there is someone behind that shawl screen at the backof tho wagon The bird has divined Murker and Lump and is hiding probably Come we hays stared long enough let us walk oat- CIiAPTER X ELLEN ELLEN1 We were turning away from the pretty cage in order not to frighten the bird pretty or not when an old ish man tending his fire at the fare thcr side of the wagon gave us Good evening There is a small but ancient fraternity in the world known as tho Order of Gentlemen It is a grand old order A poet has said that Christ founded it that lie was tho first true gentleman that ever lived- I can not but distinguish some per sonagcs of faroff antiquity as worthy members of this fellowship I be- lIeve it coeval with man But Christ stated the precept of the order when lie gave the whole moral law In two clauses Love to God and Love to the neighbor Whoever has this pre kept so by heart that it shines into his life enters without question Intoe inner circles of the order To be continued ofjjust been received by the senate con talus a list of curious offers made by Inventors during the year These are classified under the head of subjects considered and the Ingenuity of the American is strangely displayed Not less than nine airships were offered to the board during the year All ofI theso were rejected Among those with aerial machines are Carl Browne Philo T Hood Ccrcrao Paul John 1L Crozier and others of less fame A 33000 library erected by II C Prick of Pittsburgh In honor of his father and mother and presented to the Wooster 0 university was dV Icted recently THE HOME Edited pro tern by the Manager DAINTY LITTLE GIFTS loir to Make a Number of Pretty aat Vestal Trifle nt Merely Now teal Expente New ways of using crape paper for suggestlogOne of the latest Is a twineholder mode from a little doll dressed in the figured paper It makes a very pretty and useful gift and Is at the same time inex pensive A 25cent doll half a roll of crape paper a ball of twine and a DOLL TWINE HOLDER onlyisew firmly to the end of the body n lit tie silk bag just large enough to hold the twine ball loosely Then dress the doll in a big full skirt and two full capes Fasten the capes at the neck jauntylittleand trimmed with ribbon bows adds to the finishing touch Sew the hat to the head and leave one long loop of rib hon by which to hang to the wall Dolls dressed in the crimson crape paper are very pretty and look well with black ribbons Larger dolls made with two twIne bags to hold string of two sizes are very useful These always sell well at church fairs A pretty ribbon blotter for a ladles coerlngI CrllCltlonthem to it with broad bands of satin ribbon embroidered in some dainty pattern The ribbon should be firmly sewed down so that it will hold the blotters but must not be drawn so tightly that soiled blotters cannot be removed and new replaced A big bow of ribbon of any color may be tied on one side which adds to the richness this gift- Frames ofI are always welcome and they can be made in so many forms that they are almost sure to suit all tutu A new and very pretty one ii made of Japanese crash and decorated with a design cut from a wall paper and applied In all cases it is betttet when making a homemade frame to lave the form cut by a regular frame maker It only costs a few cents and Is so much more satisfactory as it is almost impossible to get the edges regu lar without the proper machines and nothing could look worse than an un even frame Japanese crash costa about a dollar a yard and one yard will cover a dozen frames ofcabinet size The large designs in the wall paper with a decided coloring are the moat effective for applying If the flowers and leaves are carefully cut out they can be so arranged 09 to form a very pretty spray and if well done they will look just like a water color Sometimes a wall paper is found rich enough to make the entire covering for a frame These are usually improved by having the back washed In with a little water color Blotters and scrap baskets made in the same way are equally effective The frames if Intended for steady use should all be bound and glassed They will last indefinitely andcan not be injured by dust Cincinnati Commercial Tribune In sluggish liver Horbino by its beneficialaction upon the biliary tracts renders tho bile more fluid and brings tho liver into a sound healthy condition thereby banishing tho sense of drowsiness lethargy and the general feeling of apathy which arise from disorders of tho liver Price 50 cts S E Welch Jr THE SCHOOL JMlUd by J WDInnnorc Dean ol the Nor nisi Department Heirs College ThIngIworthy purposes and noble aims and the do velopmeut of ability to attain them Is the highest purpose fir which th school exists What a person is i fur morn important than what ho knows Life says Matthew Ar hold nhutild not bo n gutting and having but u being and becoming Education is a preparation for com pleto living says Spencer and Aristotle assorts that the ondoC study is not knowledge but conduct doterImuchImore upou what she is She must herself have a noble character before she can forum such in her pupils It leaches itself for the greater part unconsciously In the presence of a line character tho child surrenders to n power that ho instinctively rec andIliner likeIcompellingcharacterbuilding The teacher if worthy becomes to the children a standard au ideal of conduct of as piration and attainment by which uncontaud which they endeavor- to realize aud reproduce in their own lives The hope of tho progress of the raco lies in this affinity of the soul for what is bos in tho lives and souls of others in its attraction to wards tho good and its power of apt propriating it e Two Conunoii mistakes Perhaps the most common mistakes andIteacher should talk littlo and the pupil much Test yourself at every recitation by this question What proportion of the talking am I doing Can what I say be heard and understood by the pupils who are studying at their desks Tho teachers voice should be carefully measured to carry to those whom she intends to reachand no further To speak in a louder tone than this is to waste energy needlessly to coutribute to the noise aud therefore to the disorder of the room and to bea source of distract tion and disturbance to the rest of the school besides cultivating a habit that is tho most conspicuous mark of nlnckof culture Of all the indexes of culture or the lack of it there is none taut is more certain than the voice Not only for our own sakes but for tho effect produced on the children through unconscious imitation on their part wo should cultivate pleas ant voices low distinct and expres sive While attending to the quality lot us guard also the quantity Three fourths of tho teachers talk is a tress pass on the time of her pupils says Supt Patrick Do not use a sen tenco when a word would do do not use a word when a sign would do do not uso a sign when a look would do Tho most disorderly thing in many a schoolroom is tho loudvoiced talkative bustling teacher Let us therefore study to bo quiotEducational Bulleten Nashville Tonu For broken limbs chilblains burns scalds bruised shins sore throat and sores of every kind apply Ballards Snow Liniment It give imme diate relief and heal any wound Price 25 cts and 50 cts S E Welch Jr BEREA COLLEGE Founded 1BSs Places the Best Education in Reach of All Over 25 Teachers 700 Students troll 20 States Best College Library Iu Kentucky NO SALOONS Trade SchoolsCarpentry Printing Housework Nursing two years Model Schools General Education and fitting for advancedcourses For those sufficiently advanced to get a teachers certificate Applied ScienceTwo years course with Agriculture for young men 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labor ofman and in crosses business A good road makes it possible for the grower to got his product to market when it is in do mand regardless of tho weather and takes him out of the clutches of tho middle man who squeezes from the buyer the uttermost penny and grinds the produces by introducing exaction A good road will bring producer and consumer closer togoth er to mutual advantages for it enables the one to buy for less money and the other to sell for more profit than where good roads are not known A good road will create social in tercourse make friends of neighbors andneighbors ofa community It willcreate industry for the assurance of selling will beget the desire to produce It creates a market for what would bo a waste has no competitor as a mortgage raiser It tears down combinations and builds up competition It creates factories aud builds up markets It is the greatest civilizer To the grower the differ once between a profit and u loss To the merchant good roads mean pros perity and bud roads spelladversity Cotton Plant in Drainage Journal Every Farmer Can Have Ice At very little expense an ice house can be constructed that will hold and keep well all tho ice needed for any farmers family We aro using a small cheap building that keeps the ice as well as one we built 0 years ago that cost four times as much Some farmers have an idea that they must forego this luxury when almost any kind of shed will preserve the ice very well provided it is well packed Our present ice house is built as cheaply as possible and took less than a days work in construction We used whito oak poles set into the groundabout two feet Some cheap hardwood bill stuff of 2x1 and 2x6 pieces were used for plates nail ties braces and rafters A fair grads of pine stock boards 12 inchos wide were used for siding The siding was nailed on the inside of the poles horizontally better to resist the lateral pressure from tho packed ice and sawdust A better grade of stock boards one foot wide furnished a good roof Such a board roof should be made quite steep to shed water andwith kerfs cut on each edge makes almost a perfect roof The kerfs are cut onehalf inch wide and threeeights oft an inch deep The roof boards should ba dressed on their upper surface and tho kerfs should be cut at least threefourths of an inch from the edge The mill operators sets the buzz saw ont of line on the reandrell shaft just right to make a half inch wabblo Nail the roof boards on each edge outside tho kerfs and drive ono nail in the center of the board Our ico house cost us less than S 15 and will last as long and keep ice just as well as one cost ing 100 or moreJ H Brown in Rural New Yorker To Whom it may Concern This is to certify that we have investigated Messrs Chas L Pet tis Co Buyers of country pro duce 404 Duane Street New York and find them to bo 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 house to sell to Yours truly DANIELS COMPANT Bankers 6 Wall St 9r 96 Broadway- S pt 28 1900 Now York 92701 Do Good and Make MoneyB- Y Introducing EntertainingBooks 1 FOR TERMS AND FULL PARTICULARS ADDRESS Nichols and Company Publisher Naperville 111 And Mention TUS CnZJEX i f i t 4THEGITIZENBEREA KYJANUARY 17 1901 TEN REASONS Why Christians Cannot Follow ship tho Mormon ChurchI asltheyTEN REASONS FiratThe Mormon church un churches nil Christians It recognizes itself alono as the church From its beginning to the present it has insist ed from press and platform that allIChristian churches of whatever nation or century since apostolic times are not only apostate from the truth but propagators of error and false doctrine without authority to teach preach or administer the sacra monts that salvation and exaltation are found alone in tho church organ ized by Joseph Smith PROOF 1 Tho Mormon church is the only truo and living church upon the whole earth Doctrine and Cove nants Sec 180 2 Behold I the Lord say un to you that all old covenants Christ ian churches have I caused to be toile away in this thing and this is a now and an everlasting covenant Doctrine and Covenants Sec i13 It Mormonism is entirely unlike nil plans or systems ever in vented by human authority it has no alliance connection or fellowship with any of them it speaks with di vino authority and all without excep tion are required to obey He tha receives the message and endures to the end will bo saved he that rejects it will bo damned Prattt Works Paper 1 4 These claims in behalf of Mor monism presuppose the destruction of the primitive Christian church a complete apostasy from the ChristianI religion New Witnets Preface p 1I5 I was answered that I must join none of them the Sects for wer all wrongPtart of Great the Price p47 Life of Joseph Smith Thus they unchurch and disfellow ship all Christians and demand that all yield to the Mormon priesthood or perish Second The Mormon church places- I the Book of Mormon and the t Book of Doctrine and the Covenants on n par with the Bible and insPirajtion and of fellowship with his people Their socalled revelations of the present are puton the same lovel with the Bible PROOF 1 Has God given any revelations to men 7 Ans Yes a great number Where have wo any account of his doing sot Ans In the Bible the Bookof Mormon the Book of Doc trino and Covenants and other publi cations of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latterday Saints Catechism Chapter III Questions 1 and 2 2 Lectures on the Divine Authenticity of tho Book of Mormon 3 And they the children of Zi on shall remain nnder this condem nation until they repent and remem ber the new covenant even the Book of Mormon and the former command ments which I have given them Doctrine and Covenants Sec 84 57 4 I spent the day in Council with the Twelve Apostles I told the brethren that the Book of Mormon was the most correct of any book o earth and the keystone of our religion and a man would get nearer to God by abiding by its precepts than by any other book History of Joseph Smith Millennial Star Vol 18 p 790 5 Wilford Woodruff is the prophet and seer of this churchJoso- ph Smith was a prophet Brigham Young was a prophet Wilford Wood ruff is a prophet and I know that he has a great many prophets around him gooasd W Taylor Conference Salt Lak- Tabernacleipril5th1897 To be continued Louisville Nashville I R R Time TableinEffect SeptJ 1900 doing North Train 0 Dally Leavo Berea 1149 am Arrive Richmond1220 a m Arrive Paris 315pm Arrivo Cincinnati 6 00 p m doing Sooth Train Dall Leave Beroa 122 p m Arrive Livingaton218 p m J W STEVENS Ticket Afeit I V Correspondence r Extra Copies of this number of The Citizen 5 conts oach at the Citizen Offlco and Post office Bourbon CountyIMillorsburg Mrs Sallie Cavan augh is very sick at her brothers Sol Bradford of Paris visited Miss Julia Jefferson Sunday Mrs Mamie Larkonson and Miss Mary Baker have the grip Mrs Nora Purnoy attended theI funeral of her brother at Scott Sta tion last weekIClosing exercises at Shipsvillo SatI urday night at Benovelont HallIMadison CountyIPeytontown Joe Campbell has been arrested for obtaining money by false pretence Sheriff Collier arrested Will Blythe for trespassing on land belonging to Major Harris He was sentenced to 18 days hard labsr Louis Stagner and Miss Mary Adams were married last week Miss Mary White entered schoolat Berea last week Henry Tevis and wife have return ed to Silver Creek Arthur Jenkins and family have moved to Peytontown Hance Harris is very ill with fever Dum and Rowlett have returned from Louisville where they have been on business The disposition of children largely arte ritable cross feverish and perhaps sick Whites Cream Vor mifuge is a worm expeller and tonic to make them healthy and cheerful Price 26 eta S E Welch Jr Mason County Maysvllle Miss Lizlie Wells en tertained nnumber offriends recently The High School Alumni were en tertained Saturday evening at Mrs Hattie Andersons After the meet which was very interesting was Plover delicious refreshments were and heartily enjoyed The next meeting will be held at Miss Frances Strawdere residence 34 East StreetMiss Norton has returned home after a pleasant visit to friends in the city Mrs Lucilo Garden of Newport is visiting Mrs Garden at the east cud Prof Reid preached an able iiermo- at the Bethel Baptist church Sunda nightThe infant son of Mr and Mrs Addison Carter of near Mayelick died FridayThe readers of The Citizen were very much interested in President Frosts watch meeting sermon and also the sermon of Talmago expellingand acids improves the assimilative processes purifies the blood and tones up and strengthens the entire system Price 50 eta S E Welch Jr Clay County Bright Shade Mr and Mrs James Bradley went to Baden Creek last Saturday Daniel Sw fIord and wife of Ogle visited friends on Goose Creek last week Silas Wagers and wife are th proud parents of a new girl Mrs Oliver Wagers is on the sick listM H Friederick and Miss Belle Wagers were married few days ago C L Harlin moved to Knox weekaSeveralcitizens of this place were in Manchester Saturday Elhanian Smith will move to Otter Creek soon mCyrW 0 ne Perry Braughton moved to Knox county last week Ogle Mrs Frank Swaffordwho was sent to the State Assylum last summer has returned to her theme Mrs Tom Smallwood is very ill T F Clark has gone on a business trip to Stowin Creek M H Friederick and wife have moved to Goose Greek There are tow ailments as uncom fortable as piles but they can caR ily lo cured by using Tablors Buck eye Pilo Ointment Relief follows its use and any ono suffering from pilesI cannot afford to neglect to trial Price CO cts in bottles tubes 75 cts S E Welch Jr Owsley CountyI Gabbord Alfred Bolon visited relatives on Island Creek Saturday George W Gabbard visited rela tives on South Fork last week Mosdames Rachel Duff and Jane States of Wolf Creek visited their mother Mrs Margarott Moore Sun dayFor the killing of James More Ap Murrell was bound over without bail until the next term of Owsloy Cir cuit Court L F Cole has purchased now farm wagon James More who was shot by Ap Murrell died Tuesday morning Neal Frost of Boonoville was hero Tuesday on business L C Roberts and wife went to Meadow Creek Sunday on a visit Bob Frost und sister visited rela tives on Cow Creek Saturday and SundayDora More visited her sister on Wolf Creek Sunday and Monday Albert States is hauling tics for Abijah Marshall Jackson County Glover Bottom Mrs Cora Smith passel through Wednesday on her way to McKee Robert Daugherty was visiting home folks last Sunday Mary Sparks is sck with meascls Mr Brandenburg of Boo ne v iIIe passed through hero Monday Frank Durham is at homo for a few daysLovi Kimborlin in repairing a lock to the churek door stuck a knife in his leg inflicting a severe a wound huntingyEvergreen J W Lake and family have moved to Madison coax ty two miles from Berea on the Scat fold Cane pike They are wellsatis fied J Lake is here on business Many of our folks have gone to Berea to attendschool Rev Mason Jones is conducting a series of meetings at Pine Grove churchGrant Clark is buying staves in this county- C J Lakes has moved to J W Lakes old farm Repair That Loom Homespun is coming into fashion again and our girls should the art of spinning Berea College is a market for the products bringIhomos We can pay for wellwoven linen 40 cents a yard jeans 60 cents linsey 60 cents well matched bed coverlets 4 to 6 Patent dyes not accepted oldfashioned Indigo pro ferred For information address JOSEPHINE A ROBINSON Homespun Exchange Berea Ky A BOON TO MANKIND BUCKEYEIPILEmZZ CURE A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 76 CENTS BOTTIB so CETS ll g G uARD Sole PrOprletll 310 fclilWnWl ST LOUIS HI VORMSIiVERMIFUCE For ZO Yeas Has Lid all Wore Bdi t BOX 13 lilT tiles DRVCiTPCiTPZor ++ lAME = F MALLARD ft Louts JOHN G FEE The death of Rev John G Fro oet urod at his residence ju Berea about 7 oclock on the evening of Friday January 11th and it is an event which will stir the hearts of thousands throughout the length and breadth of the land Father Fee or Brother Fee as ho 1 loved to bo called hud been suffering from thy infirmities of nge increased by a fall when ho last visited his school nt Camp Nelson But he had rallied and shown great courage and enjoyment of life during thb Inst few weeks Oula day or two ago ho was riding iu his carriage And on Friday night after a hearty supper as his grandsons assisted him to bed ho spoke of his comforta blo condition anti his increasing strength A few moments later ho called his daughter Mrs Laura Fee Embreo to his bedside spoke of dizziness and asked to have hisI pillow lowered Ho showed difficulty in breathing and in a few minutes without pain or other words his spirit took its departure Mr Fee was the first settler on the Berca ridge at a time when it was covered with blackjacks and rattlesnakes Ho organized the BoreaI Church iu 1ST 3 and has bcn oxIcoptwere reared and here he and his wife who died iu 05 have livedand taken a leading part in all that con cerned the welfare of the communi ty and the College- It was at his invitation that Otis P Waters and WmE Lincoln began the school in 1853 and when it expanded into larger proportions at tho coming of Prof and Mrs Rogers Fro and Rogers were the lenders in drawing up the Charter and laying out the broad principles upon which Borca College stands today Brother Fro was the President of the Board ofi Trustees until declining strength him to lay down the office a few years agoBut John G Fee belongs to more than Berea His is one of the grout names of the century just passed His life recalls much of this great ag itations through which his country passel in coming from slavery to freedomUndoubtedly the greatest thing that over happened in America has been tho abolition of slavery Slavery was an institution which after it had it been unfortunately slatted moved on with a terrible momentum Tho people who inherited slaves and wero born in the midst of slavery however much they disliked the in stitution felt ho less about it A few violently advocated slavery as a positive good A greater number hold on to it because they feared tho evils which might come from sudden emancipation Tho farseeing and courageous men who really worked for the abolition of slavery deserve and will receive the highest credit In these undoubtedly the bravest and the most remarkable wore those who lived in the South and thus had to meet the greatest opposition and overcome in their hearts the greatest prejudice Among the southern abolitionist were James G Birnoy and John C Fremont First and last thousands of families loft the southern states In order to get away from the institution of slavery IThero wero others howovor who felt it was their duty to remain in the states of thoir nativity and fight out tho batllo for freedom Among this gallant company none was braver and none lived to seo more of the fruits of his labors than John G Fee The following notice of his life and work is taken from a recent publication- His father was a slave holder in tho border state of Kentucky and young Fee witnessed BOIIIO of th atrocities of tho peculiar institution which it is now fashionable to gloss over Ho studied at Augusta Col lege Kentucky and at Miami University at Oxford 0 antI entered Lane Seminary in 112 It was hero that he passed through tho great spiritual struggle that made him an abolitionist What that struggle asunder the conditions of that may best bo learned from his ow wordsFriends pressed upon my coliI science the text Thou shalt love p neighbor as thyself I saw that tho duty enjoined was fundamental in the religion of Jesus Christ and that unless embraced the principle ant lived it out in practice I would lose my soul I saw also that as an lion est man I ought to be willing to wear the name which would be a fair ex ponent of the principles I espoused This was the name abolitionist odious then to the vent majority of people North and especially South For nI I struggled between odium on tho our hand and manifest duty on tho other I saw that to embrace the principle and wear tho iitimo was to I cut myself off from relatives and for mer friends anti apparently from all prospect of uscfiilnesH in tho worlllI hind in the grove relax tho seminary a place to which I wont every tiny for- tprayer I saw that to have light and peace from God I must make the con secration and I mild Lord if needs be make mo nu abolitionist I arose from my knees with the consciousness that 1 had died to tho world und ac cepted Christ in all the fullness of his character us I then understood Him Imperfect as tins been my life I do not remember that in all my niter difficulties I had to consider anew the questions of sacrifice of property of comfort of social position of appar out failure of persoiifi safety or of giving up life itselfI never had to consider when iu the hands of n mob what my course should bo He accepted it as his special call to preach tho gospel of universal love including tho slaveiu his native state and ho encountered nil tho opposition of kindred ostracism and vi olence which he anticipated For some years he labored with small antislavery churches of his own planting in Lewis and Bracken Coun ties Cut off from tho presbytery and unwilling to receive aid from any society which at all countenanced slavery he was at first at his own charges for the most part but iu ISIS he received a commituiou from tho American Missionary Association with a salary of S 200 a year His establishment at Boron came about in a providential manner Finding that few eople dorl1nt tend his preaching ho resorted to th pen and printing press and publish several able tracts and sermons an finally an Antislavery Manual which hud a wide circulation and influence Ho also attended antislavery conventions In tho free states whore his picturesque oloquenco was much ara- cquaintedpreciated and ho became with Chase Oerrit Smith anti later with Boecher Howard Crosby Tvu and other leading men of the East His Antislavery Manual attracts attention in the central part of th state whero Cassias M Clay was tit lending spirit among quite a follow ing of antislavery people At tho Invitation of Clay Mr Fro came t Madison Couuty to preach anti loot ure and iu 1S51 ho made this his per manent residence mid became pastor of an independent antislavery church The precise location of the settlement at Boroa where the college was soou established has been explained to tho writer by Gen ClayIII was at that time he said trying to build up and hold together an antislaver party in Kentucky Many men wh held slaves hind voted for emancipation in 1850 and still desired it but tho white men of less property who wero naturally opposed to slavery r did not dare to stand up and show their sentiments Accordingly I de termined to fled a more stable con stituency among tho people of tho mountains who owned laud but did not own slaws It was with this in view that I made a largo purchase of mountain land in tho southern endof tho county Madison and encour aged tho settlement of antislavery mon there So far as is known this was the first time tho mountain people were rocog nized and taken account of as a class and Berea Collego which was begun a little later with Rev Jl R as Principal naturally foil hoir to tho mountain probelm to tho solution of which it is making so largo a contri bution At Boron Mr Fee has lived for for tyseven years During most of this ticeBoard of Trustees of tho College and for Bomo years ho was active iu rais ing funds for its support Tho early days in Borne woro ot persecution IU times Mr Fe was in tho hands of a mob who had assembled to do him violence but by a kind of miracle ho was delivered each time And there scorned to bo a Nn tacked him woro soon overtaken by violent deaths till the rude people stood iu n kind of awe of him Twice tho antislavery families of Bore woro driven from the state but they refused to soil their land and at last returned to enjoy it in safety After tho long years of trio and suffering we can readily im agine tho joy of the men of Mr Fees typo when emancipation finally came In writing of his exultation over tho triumph of righteouaneea and the de e livcranco of tho captives ho adds There wore additional thrills of joy to mo I had long been shunned through fear of others oven by those who had a sympathy with me whitc had boon hinted and persecuted by many Now to moot tho benignant smiles sad grateful benedictions of colored men and the friendly hoard grasp of hand of loyal white men was a revelation as grateful as new o bo full but not described At this period Mr Fee performed important services at places where colored troops were gathered particularly at Camp Nelson where n colored school still exists to commemorate hit laborsAnd at Berea the ideal of the found ors was realized and the brotherhood of mnn practically exhibited by the admission of colored students This bold step was undertaken when there wero but two northern men on the board of trustees it wan the act of the antislavery peoplo of the South itself Whilo for u time it diminished greatly tho attendance of white students it was followed by no unpleu ant results In fact it soon vindicat ed itself by its practical benefits to Kentucky and surrounding states in furnishing superior colored teachers and oveiywhero elevating the stand ant of Negro character and improving tho relations bohyeen the races Many other things in the life ol Brother Fro as ho is affectionately culled In Kentucky are worthy of note Ho was always an earnest preacher and for his time a man of progressive orthodoxy More than once the dispersing of n mob or the escape from danger was closely fol lowed by a record conversions and baptisms Tho Berea Church of manycexampledcharm of manner shone through all tho troublous times has preceded him to their reward Brother Fee would not with us- to estimate tho results of his life Ha maid not believe in looking to results andgfall Yet ho love to draw from leeonon of faith Trust God ho repeats to ovary visitor who has listened to his reminiscences IOU you hold on ofodifficulties will open before you To that I can bear witness It is enough for us to say that his influence was strong anti effective on tho right sjfg and that his light shone where it waa most needed that Bores College would not have existed without him and that no one ever met him even for an hour without feeling the great inypurposeo WANTFDACTJVK MAN or GOOD CHAR acter to JcllTtr and collect In Kentucky lor old ntablltned manufacturing wholoalc hoeaoie0 year tore per Honesty more than experience required Our reference ear trek In any city YncJOIO Mlladdntaol itatnptd ermlope Manu acturtn Third Floor B4 Dearborn St Cblcafo UrocOQru eIIJUor rUM fn rtMtt m r u k How ovula U8 al rrlp PifeiU ulTml Xak rut film ttrmi tir of r4 to litokrar- ATtirr lAwnu or it YIAU riAOTios AIAt aiwCarPatihmrrt MWmt ear- rNwC A SNOW CO rorarcar LAWYER Opa L Patent Offs tASHMCTM ft Q tivwJwv4Send Fifty Cents toe The Citizen Berea KyItlt And receive weekly for One Year a Bright Clean Newsy t Independent Newspaper 1Dvotd totTHE HOME THE SCHOOL THE FARM- It has a Good Story a Sermon by Talmago and tho Sunday School Lesson each week EAlways Something NEW and GOOD iESubscrlbc BOW Dont delay