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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t Rev JOHN DODWELL Manager Wllli Wrong SUIT or Editors and Car Weekly rr omlcnu the 1Anindependentr Rnlerfit at the Potlofft cintt mallmailer at Ittrm Ay no vromf YEARf SCHOOL VOL II A Family Paper IJEKEA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY FEBRUARY 7 1901 Fifty coals n year NO33 IDEAS liTho way of tho transgressor is hard but it is very easy to follow Perseverance essential to slice If good and evil nro never lo bo separated the future will ho awfully darkMonoy Is not everything but th thing It Isnt wont worry youpllck Worry less work more waste give more write lees rend mow t preach leis practice moro e Take Notice Rev A E Thomson will preach his closing aormou tonight at the ChapelDr requests the converts to meet the pastors of the different Churches tomorrow Friday night from G to 7 at tho Chapol On Saturday from 0 to 7 p m D Burgess desires to meet nIl the Christ Ian Endeavor Societies the Y M C A the Y W C A and nil others who desire to engage in helpful Christian work Sunday night Dr Burgos will con duct an evangoliatlu service at tho Chapel Song movies conducted by Mr Gamble of Chicago This will bo Mr Gambles last evening in Boron e FROM THE WIDE WORLD Irlnca Chun tins started for Ger many to present tho apologies of Chi na for tho murder of Baron von Jot tlor tho German Minister at Iakin Emperor William has loft England en route homo to Germany A grind naval parado greeted the Emperor on his arrival at Port Victoria King Edward VII of England has plcdgtllalmlieH to follow tho exam plo of hIs mother e II OUR OWN COUHTRT Gee Chaffeo is to command tho army iu the Philippines Maj Gen Nelson A Miles is to bo appointed Lieutenant Genera President John Mitchell of tb miners organization nays tho ouli rtjcompelllhu coal fields may bo ti- up miners reserve fund I acid to bo strong Thomas B Crawford who lies bee u in the continuous service of the Mo non Railroad for M years died at New Albany lad Tuolllagell 7 rear 4DIP Carrie Nation and three of her followers wrecked the finest liquor bar in Topeka Kns Tuesday morning1 e COIIOHWEALTH OF KBITOCH John Gibson who was given a lire sentence for murdering his step child at CattotUburg last week was secretly taken from the county jail by tho Sheriff and sent to Frankfort whore be la now doing duty for lifo A largo number of Negroes of Princeton Hopkinsvillo and Paducah have gono to the Hawaiian Islands to work on the plantations Tho in ducement was transportation board clothing and 1126 a month for laborsre Rev Thomas E Young a minister of tho Cumberland Presbyterian Church and aged 88 years diet Nortons Gap last week John Gothard of Jellico tins heo lbtinedyear for running n gambling houxo James Ralston u farm hand of near Princeton planned to elope wit Bessie Williamson aged 18 lie con fided his Kocrot to Frank Hope a friend who promised to give every i Maistanco necessary After the tw started Hnlaton confessed ho coin X not stand tho strain and that ho had but a passing acquaintance with tho girl Hope gallantly took Balaton- place and eloped with her They went to Cairo III to bo married Sheriff Andy Hughes of Claiborno county Tennessee and two of his deputies captured Bob and Tom Hollandand Will Sumlor nlllgldj cattle thieves Tho mountaineers bad their rendezvous in n cabin in Tennessee near tho minus and it wn8I well stocked with guns and ammuni tion Tho nomination of Elder John- S Swcenoy for poslmasator nt Paris tins boon confirmed Clm Triplor the discoverer of quid air is to lecture in Danville till Ills III of Feb 10th Chad W Hall the double of Jim Howard and said to be tho man who JubokTho trustees of Georgetown unanimously elected Dr B D Gray of Birmingingham Ala President of tho college Dr Gray is pastor of tho First Baptist Church at Binning ham and President of tho Board of Trustees of Howard Collgi that city Hoary Youlsoy was pcntenccd to lire imprisonment by Judge CII II t rill Tuesday afternoon No attempt was made by Youtsoys attorneys to secure n now trial they made a Btatenjont Nrabsolutely Impossible to secure an impartial trial for him at present Locals and Personals Chas B Lamb loft Monday fo Cleveland 0 Rev Mr Smith of Scaffold Cane moving to Berea Mrs Lizzie Buikoa health iurmuch improved Dr Gibson of Ilichrnoiid was huro Tuesday to sue patientstPresident to his room for a few days from la g rippetJnmort Wanhburu of Urackon couu ty has joined tho family hero ocd en ravel school A now switch board with 25 drop has been put iu at tho Central lets phono StationcTho little child of Mr aud Mrs Win Gabbard tiled Tuesday morning from pneumonia Miss Greco Clark is improving rapidly at the hospital from a serious attack of pjjeumouia Wm Bailey of Sidell Ky vase through Berne yesterday on route homo from County Court lvhiteos ChapelalMessrs A W and J M HulT from Hydun Leslie county arrived last Thursday to enter College Miss Dora Anderson of Silver Crook was tho guest of Misses lfolli 0suet Bertha Johnson last week J C Ponder of Sidell Ky who hex boon on n visit to his daughter Mm T A Robinson returned home Tuesday W C Gamble a leading singer tho Moody School at Chicago attic last wook to assist Bro Thompson in the revival services Wo are glad to givo encouraging reports of Ronald and Glenna Teeters who hero been very ill says they are entirely out of dnogerI Miss Martha Truntt who has hex boon staying with Mrs Iorry Hoy uolds on Depot Street died Wednon day of pneumonia fluvial Thursday afternoon a EDUCATIONAL INTERESTS GermanyItatand Institutes wherein manual train Ing Is carried on iu 1514 workshops fornwere a weeks ago the number of students was fixed nt 200 There were however 350 applicants nt the start anItcollege In Washington Pa Is to erect a library building for the Institution- at I n cost of 50000 and glee 10000 for equipping presentdbotany The object Is to provide prop er close rooms where pupils of the city bysleal specimens to be found in the Ihlpps conserTntone8IAt the recent meeting of the Connecticut Valley grammar school mas lets held lu Springfield Muse Dr Hnlllet delivered an Interesting addrrsf n the schools of Germany school teacher In eGrmany Is a scbolarI n writer of books and often a teacher In 11teachingIn this country and much of the teach 11I The W CaTa U Announces a Grand Temperance Meeting College Chapel Sat Night Feb 9 Band and Male Quartette Chief Address By ANNA SHAW of Philadelphia Five thousand people waited on the steps to hear- erh last address San Francisco Chronicle Sonic went to scoff but remained to pray Re cord J first Chester Pa Wit pathos and pointed logic Oregon City No Politics This is for TEMPERANCE COME AND BRING YOUR NEIGHBORS Madison County Dr A Wilkes Smith is located over furry k Thomas Drug Store- r County Court Day was n dull af rnirilt Richmond Monday Bade weather the cause Littlo trading dOliIyThe Southern Lumber Company at Valley View dose down their work Friday night on account of la grippe which tins become epidemic among he employes Jieyltlcr Mrs Amanda Sopor of Wallaceton of Mrs E B Wallace of lie ea lied Tuesday at noon of double pneumonia Tho funeral and inter will bo at Wallace Chapel today In the Circuit Court Friday DrI R B Combs of College Hill gained his Auit against Madison County Pie al Court rue unit was to recover his fees for Hervieeaus physician in the small pox epidemic at College Hill lust year SCIENCE SIFTINGS Jenners famous discovery that per 1seas who contracted cowpox while en gaged In milking newer had smallpox dates from 1700 An Institution was opened In Itel glum for the alleged cure of tubercu lasts by the exclusive raw meat diet Alter n trial of a few months the ex periment was abandoned as it twos fount that there was no efllcocy In the Kichct cure Sir Henri Jolt the lieutenant gay error of Hrltlsh Columbia with the as sistance of the Natural History society of that province Is taking steps to Im oport large qunntltleH of song bird from England and Eastern Canada It iI believed that they will be rapidly no cllinated mud will thrive in UrltJsh Columbia Do Qood eaand Make MoneyB- Y Introducing EntertainingBooks FOR TERMS AND FULL PARTICULARS ADDRESS Nichols and Company Pnhlisher Naperville Ill And ilrntuw TUg CITIZKF SendIt f Fifty Centsi to t The Citizen l Berea Ky It Anti rtocoiwookly for Quo Your a Bright Clean Newsy l illfj PcTHESCHOOL THE FARM It tins II Good Story il Sermon l t by Talnm o and tho Sunday i School Lesson each ellwnyN weokjNKW mill IfSubHcrlbc f dj Religious Meetings for Two Weeks ngdailyinterested and increasing midirnce And almost from the first t 1ro li ive been numerous conversions An ho approached the ond of the ton tdys it was evident that tho meetings must bo continued especially for tho benefit of citizens who had hoar de tained during the early part of the time by sickness in their ftmiiliej so tho meetings were extended until to dfiy Thursday It is too nrly to summarize tho ro suits of those meetings BUll in lactI no summary this side of Glory can ever record them In tho plainest and simplest manner Bro Thompson has brought before us tho great truths of time and eternity and hundreds of young people have for the first time received true views of tire and duty Tho blessing has reachedall classes tho young anti tho oldstu dents mind citizens alike and if the meetings could continue another week tho audiences would no doubt bo large Tho presence of Mr W C Gamble the singing evangelist during tho last few days of the meetings hasIbeen a decided addition and shown us what can be the power of Christian Hoig Wo cannot always dwell upon such a mountain of transfiguration and be absorbed as we havo boon in the blessed truths of salvation but we shall go in tho strength of these meetings in the performance of our duty and to nono of us will lifo over bo what it was before Tho girls at their work are singing Ill go where you want meto go dear Lornand the boys are whistling Dare to bo a DanielBelow we texts used yourselvesi subjects railing of Lazaru Hoftca 1012 lircak up your fallow ground John 1314 Conditions of iuecvs ful prayer 2 Cor 5 Kiamlno yourselves SpiritlIsaiah 0 18 hatch Vision Met 19121 awl Gel C14 The Crucifixion 01 self Car 6 Ye are not yonr own Judges 11927 Victory over sin Mark 22 have faith In God James S20 The value of a soul I Acts 2 39 ant 192 The Enduement of Power I tel 184 What Is slit John 9Tho Cleansing floo- dRoutti9If any man have not the Spirit of cEihLuke 113 lcr onnl Work for the Unsaved SERMONS TO TILE UNCONVERTED aHornwitness jMarklW Repent ye Gal 67 dowingandlteaplug- Itom8 The carnal mind Is enmity against God Rev 217 Gods call for action not feeling rIsalat112i Thy fouls need met by Christ 1 John IS 40 sot this man but Barabbas Luke Ai they went they were cleans cd slat 1626 1rotlt and Loss LukoIt18 Excuses Deut 32 n Their foot shall abldA In due time A recent European invention is a process for making artificial sponges The method is based on the action of zinc chloride on cellulose by which spongy compounds similar to starch are produced These articles when placed In water swell and in an atmosphere sufficiently dry soon become hard again 7 CHANGE OF FIRMc MITOFIELLnow firm will exert all of its ability in trying to please LARGESTSTOCKin this city OUR AIMfiIs to give good merchandise at a reasonable price and we Clothtug I MensFurnishingand past experience wo hope to serve you bettor than ever uresentSl1I9011MerchantTailoringmay want BANKSDV IRJchrcond Kv Jt2 a s EaB McCOY Dentist Berea Kentucky Center Street Art Gallery- C I OQQ Proprietor Uptodnto Photos Nothing but tho boat llnish nt tho low oat price rHHAIIYICa PATENTABILITY Notice In Inventive Ago Book How to obtain Patent DESIGNS TRADEMARKS COPYRIGHTS OBTAINED FP Ei uredLettenSIGGERS Patent Lae Y i C WANTKI AOTIVK MAN OF GOOD CHAR Set to d liver and collect In Kentucky for old houserteat 4rl Oar rot ay bank In to ernelopeManIhlcago e o mSsmxsM 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IHandillKAtW Wo Will small her tan of 7 Inch razor steel sheen tor et or two ct We stamp have Ian 80 page- Illustrated DDAdatuaeooestPcNic E nDouglas mI 1 tyles R3liable MerohantsRichmonds tending Shoe and Gents Furnishing Goods Retailers Shoes Hats Gaps a 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 us everything bought here can be asbeingCall and see our line before buvinIr elsewhere MAIN WABBANTED Douglas Bros 207ISTREET Riehmand Kv STREET Dont miss the rest of John Brent Send in your subscription for THE CITIZEN Write plainly r a a NEWS CONDENSED iBtrmtlnar ItitelllBtmce ana1by Wire from All Dotk 11ealekereai MONDAT One of the worst snow storms OIl record rngcd at Burlington la The wind blew a gale Fred Rosumnn of Chicago a United States postal clerk confessed to rob bing mail pouches All the saloons in Hiawatha Kan t were wrecked under the leadership of temperance people GOT Nash expresses his determina tion to prevent the nuhllnJcffrio tight taking place in Saengerfsst hall Cincinnati Hoer captured the British post at Kedderfontein Several officers and ma were taken prisoners but srubsc quontly released Six inches of snow on a level WI in Chicago and in drifts in many places it was piled up as high as see ondstory windows The worst snow storm for several years prevailed in Northern Kansas and Southern Nebraska Railway trains were tied up Much damage was wrought by a tornado in Delta county Texas One person was killed one fatally and two severely injured Crazy SnnKe lender of the warring Creek Indians and 17 minor leader have been landed in jail at Muskogee I T They will be tried for treason In an engagement between Mexican troops and a largo force of Maya Indians near Chan Santa Cruz the latter were routed and about 100 killed and wounded Mrs Martha Washington Oordlet related to the Washington and Wharton families dropped dead as she was about to be seated at the open ing of the memorial services in honor of the British queen at St Louis SUNDAY The CubanAmerican Istgus want Cuba made a part of the United StatesLieut Col Charles B Schofield brother of Lieut Gen SchofUld disc at Matanzas Cuba An imposing international military memorial service in honor of Queen Victoria will take plaoa in Peking Memorial services for Queen Vio toria filled Trinity church New York to the door while aver 6000 wore turned away Senor Andrade zpresid nt of Venezuela has arrived at Havaai from Porto Rico H did not ftttempl to hide his identity and registered at the hotel He denies that he is in terested in a flllbustsring attempt The king and queen In a pedal audience granted Ambassador Choate and Secretary of Embassy Whit after the conclusion of the services In honor of the dead Queen Victoria at Windsor expressed themselves at profoundly touched by the xna ifss tations of sympathy in America Over 1000 persons were injured Is the funeral crush on the streets of London The streets Were thronged to view the gorgeous military pa geant attending the cortege of the queen The coffin was nearly upset but sturdy bluejackets took tile places of the refractory steeds and drew the body of their sovereign- In the presence of a distinguished assemblage including the president of the United States and Us necabinet impressive tribute was ren dered to Englands dead queen The ceremony occurred at St Johns Epla copal church Washington beginning at 11 oclock in the morning and war distinctly official in character SATURDAY The death of Li Hung Chang to r ported at TienTsln- Pretorius a Boer leader has surrendered to the British Fifteen or 20 women wrecked the saloon of John Peyson at louth SloG City Neb MoJ Gen MacArthur in the Phil- Ippines will be relieved by Brig Om Wade in April- A temporary injunction against the EuhllnJeflries fight was filed In a Cincinnati court The Venezuela government will send a regiment to dispossess the Americans at Pitch lake F J Eicholls Hiawatha Kan Druggist publicly destroyed all the whisky and wine he had in his store The control of the Southern Pacific railroad has been transferred to a syndicate in which the Union Paoifii interests predominate Half a million devoted subjects of the late queen witnessed the majestic and aweinspiring naval pageant between Cowes and Portsmouth A Chicago firm offers to raise the wrecked battleship Maine in Havana harbor and pay the government three per cent on the sale of material in the form of souvenirs Mrs Carrie Nation sent a warning telegram to all the saloonkeeper in Topeka Kan telling them to stop their business She addressed them os My dear hellbound sinner Under the army reorganization bill the president will have 1800 offices 10 appoint Recruiting stations have been established at all centers of population Ten additional regiment of infantry and cavalry will be raisedtween Corves and Portsmouth Minute guns were fired by the naval vessels as the Alberta bearing the royal remains passed them The line of vessels was ten miles long and were the pick of the British French and Gorman navjr I VRIDAT President McKinley signed the bill extending the mining IBAV to Saline islandsProperty to the amount of several thousand dollars was destroyed by pre at Beatrice Neb A report from Minister Loomis at Caraoos indicates that the revolution in Vsnssusl is near the end Steve Brodlo the bridge jumper and sporting man of New York died ia San Antonio Tex of consumption louse committee on territories re ported favorably on the bill allowing Alaska a delegate in the house The Italian senate passed a bill declaring the house ia which the late yard the composer died a national monument Dake Ken y of Meoklenberg ehwerlsv whom Queen Wllhelmin will marry arrived at The Hague and was received by the queen The Coates opera house the prln oIpal theater of Kansas City was bmrned to the ground No one hurt The loss is between 9133000 and 160000 The William Wicke Co cigar box factory seven stories in height and three large tenement houses in New York were destroyed by fire Loss 91500000 Fred Horman his wife and step son were arrested at Cincinnati charged with attempting to black mat Howard Douglass a prominent attorney Norman had been ilia private secretary for 25 years THURSDAY The stallion Hamburg belonging to the estate of the late Marcus Daly was sold to W C Whitney for 960000 Forty Japanese soldiers who were destroying a quantity of Chinese gun powder were killed by the ix plosionMrs Mary Green who smashed a saloon In Boston a la Mrs Nation was arrested and sentenced to the house of correction Three saloons were demolished at Anthony Kan by ten women mem here of the W C T U The damage to the saloons will exceed 920000 The parents of Fred Alexander burned at the stake In Leavenworth Ken are threatening to sue the city and county of Leavenvrorth for damages The municipal asecmbly of St Lomls passed a bill providing for the issuance of 900000000 in bonds to further the worlds fair to be held ia 1903 Frank C Boatoke zoo was burned at Baltimore Seventyfive of the an isaals confined in cages were routed to death Mr Bostok plaeee his low at aeefljr 1400000 By order of the viceroy and gov ejsiors odlof volunteers are being actively enrolled and drilled in the use of ftrearms all over China They will form a large and formida Me reserve foree paid and armed by the government THE MAIM WRICK Nil s Opeaie Ir ua RB OTI Fve The Nubs of IavaaaTie 0levfa fclMffo firm Havana Jib SBids for raising- tie wreck at the Vlted States battle snip Maine were opened Therb were la bidders whose otters ranged from 9MTOOO the bid of the wants foundry of New Orleans to the proposal of Chamberlain A Co of Chicago to remove the wreak for nothing and to give the government three per cent on the sales ol the material in the form of souvenirs Oae eontractor proposed to raise the wreck with a bYooi are t 11LaA111lT1 Cincinnati Jab OAiTL1iCoamon 93 85 75 extra butchers 4 40 7- 5CALVESstra 008 Choice packers 6 85 13 60 40 Mixed paokes 6 55 37Y KEEP Extra 4 00 25 LAMBSExtra 6 5 65 LOUB Spring pat a 85 4 35 VVHBAT No 2 red 79 CORNNo 2 mixed 39Y OATSNo 2 mixed iTVil 27IVs BYE No 56 BAY Best timothyI 14 50 PORK Family 14 50 LARDSteam 7 CO BUTTER Ch dairy 13 Choice creamery 23 APPLES Ch to fancy 2 60 3 00 POTATOES Per brl 165 1 75 rOBACCONew 12 25 13 75 Old 8 00 11 50 Chicago FLOURWIn patent 160 3 80 WHEAT No 8 red 78 76 No3 spring 71 CORNNo 2 3- 7OATSNo fj 8 24tci 25 lYE 51 62 PORKMess 13 75 13 82s- LARDSteam 7 40 7 45 Metr York FLOURWin patent 3 05 00 WHEATNo2 red 1- CORNNo2 mixed 14 4- 7OAT8No 2 mixed 30 60 16 00 15 71 II0REFnmIlY c7 75 WHEATNo 2 red 15 aSouthern 70 CORNNo 3 mixed 761 421 OATSNo 2 mixed SSft IATTLE Butchers 4 5 10 IOQS Western 5 5 LoalsTllle FLOURWin patent 4 T- OWHEATNo2 red 77 CORNMixed new 40 A IAT3 Mixed 2514 2314 PORKMen 50 ABD Steam 25 IndlaiiBpolti WHEATNo 2 1- 5CORNNo2 rcdI 38 ATBNo 8 M APE IS BRITISH HERO Gen Snjrmnn II Trntneil to Sound Alarm nl Siege of MnfrkliiK Acted Well 1IU fart Two Gen Snyiimns were conspicu Qua during the famous siege of Mafe king One was a wily hoer command er and the other was nn Intelligent ape The job of the flesh and blood Gen Suymnn was to force the gallant Bsdcnlowoll to surrender the town and his sorely harassed garrison that of his missing link namesake was to keep the town advised of the begin ning of the dally bombardment The original Gun Snyirou failed to accom pUsh his task the counterfeit did For this reason Gen Snyinan the ape or as sumo Jocularly dubbed him Gen Snymau U is now a British heroEvery day for over three months Gen Snyman the Boer trained ills guns on the little town of Mafeklng Sometimes the bombardment begun at daylight sometimes the opening shot Will held back until after breakfast Hut the hour mattered not to the faithful ape who had been trained to protect the garrison and the hand ful of inhabitants lie was ever on the alert The instant smoke was seen to arise from the Boer batteries the ape from on elevated scaffolding or tower saw and knew that lingo shells were about to pour into the town And sometimes before the re port of the cannon was heard the alarm was sounded This consisted ot a schoolhouse bell removed from its accustomed home and erected close by the ajios lookout The townspeople and the garrison alike wore ever on the qul vivo for the sound of this bell They placed their fate entirely in the hands of this rn gaclous animal Before time tinkling sounds were heard Mafeklng looked much the same PS any other town surounded by earthworks Its shops were open Ita people were strolling about as quietly and unconcernedly is if on a holiday Time ringing of the bell changed all this Beneath the town under the streets and under the houses were subterranean tunnels of GEN SKYMAN APE WAll HEIIO all shapes and sizes In Kansas they would be termed cyclone cellars They were quickly prepared places oCI refuge The bell was tho signal for everyone to seek one of these covers The ape gave the alarm and everyone scamperedMany were undoubtedly saved through the watchfulness of this hoary Gen Snyman und when the siege was raised he was the rcclpkn of many honors Later he was brought to London where he was shown to admiring crowds from tle windows of a New Oxford street an imal dealer This life was not agreeable to him however and he wai bought by E lh Dostock for 0200 and given a good home In the Scottish zoo at Glasgow There he now holds dolly receptions and seems to appro elate his honors as keenly as a human beingThe stories of Gen Snymans ex ploits were doubted in some quarters at first but later all skepticism was removed by the statements oJ several resident of Mafeklng during the siege and by assurances from South African travelers that apes are fre quently trained in that country to do all sorts of manual labor One case is cited where an ape operates the signals on a railroad HONESTY IN ICELAND Gnu It Alluoal Unknown There and All Clane at Soolrtj Are Tliiiruuuhlr KUucnted To the average reader Iceland Is little known as the Interior of Africa Yet Iceland is a famous country fa moue for the achievements of its heroes for the poetry and prose it has given to the world and above all for the education that pervades all classes The love of learning is almost a mania In Iceland and it is the rarest thing In the world to meet a native who cnnnot read and write Another admirable trait Is the re markable honesty which prevails In Iceland Crime is almost unknown the people never lock their doors and but two cases of thieving are known to have taken place within many yearsOne was an Icelander who had broken ills arm and whose family In the winter were suffering for food He stole several sheep and was final ly detected He was at once put under medical care for hrs injury pro visions were furnished for his family and in time lie was given work This was his punishment The other case was a German who stole 17 sheep He was In comfortable circumstances and the theft was malicious His punishment was to sell all his property restore the value of his thefts and eave the country or be executed He left at once Golden i r I INGENIOUS BOATMEN ItonrWorkcru Out In Oregon Devlie it Hunt Which lull Itself IpStrrnm In SU Nicholas Fiancls KIHngton Lcupp describes an ingenious device Eby which certain Oregon stone work ers save themselves a deal of unneces nary labor Doubtless nearly every boy with a taste for out ot door sports he says has made o boat which the wind or the current would cause to flout over the surface of a pond I have seen some lads rig up rafts on which they could thcmbclvcst ride down n swift flowing creek and I khew one oven who was clever enough to complete little steamboat blliMI light a lump under the and the steam would form and the piston would work and the wheels ROPE WINDING ITSELF AROUND AXLE would revolve just as in n big vessel that carries passengers and freightI The trouble with all these to however Is that they will go only one way Having made their trip they have to be toilsomely dragged back by direction hand to bo started again In the inUIt While traveling in Oregon sometime ago I discovered a boat which seemed to me tho most Ingenious thing of Its kind I had ever seen It was built bsome stoneworkers to convey Ihelr atone tram the quarry well up toward the head of n small river down to the mouth The stream Is everywhere so shallow that It cats be forded without danger but it Is broken at Intervals by stretches of cnlledIas far as 150 feet The men built a fiatbottomed boat which they loaded with stone and it carried Its cargo down the stream admirably Hut then arose the problem how to get It back when it had been emptied It was too heavy to haul up the stream by band Where the water was comparatively smooth them was no troube because one man could ride on the scow and make his way along with a paddle and n pole but the difficulty was to get it up the rapids The but of boatmen could not hope to propel Iti against so powerful a current and up hill at that How do you suppose they accom plished the task finally By making the boat work Its own made two large paddlewheels l which they placed one on each side of the scow and joined them by a thin but strong piece of wood in the shape of a cylinder This turned with the wheels and served the double pur pose ot an axle and n windlass Each end of the cylinder near where It joined the wheels played In n socket somewhat like the rowlock used with an oar only stationary and mounted on the top of a triangular truss To the cylmcer was fastened it rope about 200 feet long When the boat reached the bottom of a rapid It would be made fast to the shore Then time man In charge of the boat would ford the stream nnu mount the opposite banK taking with him the rope in a coil anti paying It gradually out as he walked so as to keep it al ways tauttAt the head of the rapid or a trifle beyondhe would fasten the further end of the rope to n tree The moorings of the boat would be loosed and the current left to do the rest without assistance The paddle wheels unable to resist the force of the water flowing against their sunk en blades would slowly revolve andl of course every revolution of the wheels would cause the rope to wind Itself around the axle With each turn of the rope the boat would neces sarily be drawn forward and up the stream so by the effect of the con gradmallylrisewhere the current ceased to exert sot BOAT IULDINO ITSKbP UISTKKAM much power There It would be mode fast again until the rope could be this engaged from the cylinder and coiled ready for use when needed Then the man would cut loose seize his paddle or pole and work awag till the next rapid was reached when he would start oft with his rope and repeat the operation described above This process Is wearlson s wltlj a heavy stoneboat but It struck me ns I watched it that n bright buy could adapt it to a toy scow end get a deal of amusement out of it If the cxpcrl mint did nothing more It would ut least be a lesson in the art which every mechanic must Icnrn of mak ing the forces of nature his servants and compelling them to do for him what would otherwise require a good del of labor at his hands 7= DAILY USE OF ALCOHOL A Doctor Set Forth the Coinlnnt and Iciirfnl Dntnnurc lone to theIII rnlu nod Whole Ilody If mankind in general knew what advanced pathology teaches tho widely observant physician of the effects of dally alcoholic potations on the human organism the use of alcohol and Its principal compounds natural or artificial as a habitual dally bev ernge would he shunned as a viler Is avoided Daily potations of strong drink persevered In except In most exceptional moderation will ultit ate oonltltultlonsDclllnh conquered the mighty Sum son Trldally potations of strong drink are stitches In the shroud and nails In tho coflln of the drinker b1 which time garment of lifes span prematurely finished and time funeral casket that transports us to the of earth Is prematurely ready for elldI Alcohol thus indulged in and no physiologically counteracted by nil exceptional organism endowedwith lIlkOIImorbhlstance as well as In the heart and other organs of the body The blood vessels ot the brain are the first to feel the effects of alcoholic Intempernnce They become enor niounly and unequally distended and time brain suffer from blood pressure symptoms Locomotion perception and Ideation arc at first emburramt nnd finally permanently Impaired or destroyed We are struck says tin author previously quoted by the large number of extremely coarse tll1 evidencelnlmo for throughout its whole extent we find Increased vascularity The chBngeI In the vessels of time spinal like that which has long been recog nisei In chronic llrlghta disease says Itovun Lewis Through the medium of tho blond vascular system alcohol by its ready absorption and permeability Is rnp Idly conveyed to the mot distant marts of the organism establishing widespread constitutional disturb IIncell while through the peculiar se lectlve capacity of the nervous cen term for this poison it thereupon ox1 pend Its primary and most llOlenti Influence Although In all onl nervous centers bear the chief brunt of its attack It by no means follows that the tuhjects of chronic alcohol- Ism suffer In the same way In one the gastric stomach In a seoam the heptmtie liver In a thin renal kidneys and eardlaa theI nymptomt may come to the while In others the nervous center express the apodal virulence of they agent In their The general dlrecllollIsens U Kilrmrnt of the nutritional fluids and functions tho digestion becomes dlr ordered the excretory functions be come deranged and tho nerves ex hausted or destroyed 1ne higher ellI ten of the bruin break down In delirium tremens Iniuinlty dementia or laralysin or lesser degrees of menial impairment n paresis or lesser pnralIIII of speech or motion and iphaila or speech forgetfulness and memory failure In general sets In and thus science confirms the truth ot nil observation that wine Is a mocker whosoever is deceived thereby U nlldI wise and to him who tnrrleth thereat or Imblbeth oft its organic consequence are physical ruin anti dissolution Tills temple of the human soul In which n god might dwell and angels walk about can by the unwl lomof the alcoholic Inhabitant become transformed Into a dwelling place ol lends and furies can by the diseases It engenders be made the dwelling place of misery and woe of mind and body as the testimony of our advan clog civilization with the human vrecks in Its dreadful wake distorted crippled dethroned and dead fearfully prove Besides the mental and physical de tmctlon revealed by science in the pathway of alcohol nt its Immediate effects she points with pitying finger to woes Innumerable In the aftermath tiC its devastating violence which the tmand of municipal and Individual chilI fly gathers Into the hospitals for the Insane the homes for the feeble- minded the colonies for epileptics the Imshouses nnd enUentlarcs of the land She points the transgressor with warning hand to the mentally and icrvously maimed of the children and blldrens children of the drunknrdIAlns that one should In his mouth not only to steal nwny his own brains but to rob an unerring heritage of that normal mentality which is or should be the Inherent right of the Innocent and unfit posterity for the battle of life The testli nony of science says lie cautions bewarel For in time last It bltcth like a serpent It poisons the blood the heart the brain and the nerves It distorts depraves degenerates the organism It destroys the delicate mechanism of the minds display amid pollutes the fountain source of the souls manifestation It burns out the machinery of the mind with fire In ernal and where n spark of divinity night dwell it leaves but the cinder anti ashes of nonce brightly glowing nnll glorious mentality Its poisoned fangs are like unto hose of the stealthy adder In time cradle Through Its baleful Influence the unborn come Into lives of misery ciirotlcnlly and mentally maimed ufltted for normal life and fortunate U they graves untimely while hurt and helpless womanhood mourns RIIII tiles In the mists and blasts of the worlds tardy awakening to the destructive effects of habit C II Hughes M D In Journal ol Inebriety TIlE SUNDAY SCHOOL Inxin In lht lnternntloiir1 Santa for r IVIrnnrr lllOlPrirnlilr the Tnlrut TILE LESSON TEXT Matthew SU30 For the kingdom ot Heaven ti as a mUll traveling Into a tar country who called lily own servants and dttlvctcd unto them hla goods And unto one he nave five talents to another two and to another ono to ovary man according to till several ability and utralEhlwny took ills Journey 18 Then he that had receIved the ftn talent went and traded with the same and made than othr five talents And llkdwli ho that had received two he also gained other two v IS Hut he that had received on went and dlftced In time earth mud hid tits lords money 19 After a long time the lord ot those servants cometh and rckonth with them S And ao he that had received five tal ants carne and brought other five talents saying Lord thou delivered unto tnn five talent bohold I have rained beside them five talent more Ihs lord saki unto him Well done thou good and faithful servant thou lust been faithful over a few hinge will make Into ruler over many thine enter thou Into the Joy of thy lord 22 Ho also that had received two tutehti came and said Iord thou dellvred unto Ins two talents behold I have aaln d two other talnt beildn them II lord said unto him Well done thou Rood and faithful servant thou hut bun faithful over a few thing I will make thee ruler over many thine enter thou Into the Jay of thy lord t Then he which had received the on talent came and said Lord I knw then that thou art an hud maim rUIIn whereJthou host not town and stUierlne thou bust not ilratvrd R And was afraid and went and hid thy talent In the earth lo there thou halt that a thine X Ill lord answered and said unto htm Then wlckrd and Mothful servant thou kn wit that I rap where I sowed not and Miner where have not drawed Thau oughtett therefore to have put my money to lbe exchanger and thin at- m coming I should have received my own with usury I Tke therefore the talent from him and trh11 unlo hIm which hath ten talent 9 for unto everyone that path shut bo gives and he shall have abundant but from him that hath not dull be taken away even that which he hath M fId cast ye the unprofitable servant Into outer dHrkneu there ball be weep Ins and gnashing of te lh- ltltliV TIHT So thru rvrrr 0111 nf tit bnll glee arriiinl ot lilmxll t lloil lluntnn MilU NOTUS AND COMMENTS The SOPIIV nnd vetting of tho lesson lire uiicholifjetl Jesus as In taut Sunday lesson on the Mount of Oliver and the time is Tuesday after noon of the week of the crucifixion The lesson gives another aspect of the Kingdom nf llratin In the parable of the tatrntH The lesson analysis fol lowI The Talreta Itowrder U 1 ie Mmt nt the Talents Vetr ItIt I Itwta and IunUhmnt Vr 10NOTMH AM COMMKVm rids jmreUlt adds to that of last week by ebowing bow we mutt use the time white woltlnjf The term virgins mil only to be ready lint Jesus here explains that we are not to Idly sleep till lie call UI but that He has given cash certain trout to see hoW much wr can m Ve for Him II thou talents were to be used and Increased for the Master M wg have come to call ill the gills and pours of mind and body lioil has given us to ue for Him tnlrnla And just as those servants were to no turn the money In a bull r fleas way that U should Increase so ihnulil we with everything that lit has trusted us with- Servants ver 14t Thn Iaves of those time were often sklllrd work men oinetliues tnembra of the learned professions It was no un ronnnon timing for them to be employed as the parable describes A talent of gold would be worth nearly 13000 In our money A talent of silver about UOO Well done vtr 21 U was one word well the exclamation of approval common at public gamer etc like our Urato Joy of the lord vtr 21 The testiest with which the return of the Matter It celebrated An invitation to sit down with the Master at Ills tabU was equal to the notice that freedom was given the slave Ex changers ver 27bankers Usury interestiago we studied the Parable of the Pounds It wa similar to tlilw yet different in many respects That was spoken week before II Jesus pasted through Jericho this on the Mount of Olives a a lie sat with Ills disciple There- the pound war given to all alike but the return were very different nreI- be gilts differ In amount but the serv doinghisSympathy wllli Childhood speakfranklylmo0d experiences are often found to remark that the greatest blessing that came to them was the sympathy of u father or mother or perhaps of- nil older brother or sitter with their tastes and Ideals There are few things so chilling to n generous young spirit ns the sneer that follows the disclosure of his Inner desire or pmr- pose anti on time other hand the onsclouMicts that he Is understood and appreciated is the very elixir lICe to the troy or girl before whom IIChlldrncent elfcol1tnllledor who become morose and sour probably have lacked genial sympathy in their earlier rlllIollol1 Wntcunnn TruthThere Is no Christianity without Ifglvlng father is the keyword to all true rnyor Tomorrow will obey you more readily titan yesterday Meta toy that they die u brutes be cause they want to live ns beasts So many Christians nre lighting for themnJdllThe man who coins his conscience Into cash will never mnke a percentage large enough to buy It back llama Horn TjjJ JOHN BRENT Mal Theodore Winthrops Great StoryHorses Hunting and Adventures in the West CHAPTER XllContlnucd- Anil thu poor feeble old father hllshtel1l1nc1ithnrcd muster of revels nt a festival but thu ruined punts with a bailiff In dia guise ut Ida dinner table Querulous VJties imirmmeil iu his voice Tho decayed gentleman disappeared the plaruPhraec theionce the hlgotrd disciple and the dllllghtcrhi surly11hygust nt the holy innn at lout In the presence of Htrnngers tlmt seemed to bn his feeling mod he strove to withdraw nitration from hr by nn eager trepldatlng attempt to pleaso lift mister In whorl thin vulgar 1nrdheadcd knave lid this weak lust gentleman thoroughly In lilx power Mr Clltheron was like n Iamb whom the Nhephcrd Intends lint to shear close then to worry to death with curs and at last to cut up into kee- autle Brent nail kept aloof as much as wn might We should only have in suited tho chosen vessel and so in jured our friends Indeed our pros fncn scented little welcome to Six tuin lie of course know that the Gen tiles saw through him und dcuplsed lilui frankly Tlirro in nothing more uneasy than t scrub hard at work to phrase a woman willie byslander whom ho feels to bo his bottom ob serve without Interference nut wo could not amuse utirxcKe with till erne It sickened us more and more Sunset came IIMedllytht delicious dreamy sunset of October In the tell der regions of twilight where the tky so mistily mellow met the blur iigrlrun the western world became u world of happy hope Could it beth st wrong ail sin dwelt there In that valley far sway among the moun tains Baseness where that glory rented Foulnck underneath tint crescent moon Could It be Unit there war one unhappy ono Impure heart within the cleansing bnptUmnl dew of that holy light of evening With sunset milder Slzzuin uflrt some ully vulgarisms of compliment to the lady walked off on camp duty We alto rose to take our leaie Wo must look after our horses Mr CllUieroes old manner returned the Instant Ills spiritual guide leftusPrny conic And see us again thus venlng gentlemen lie said We will certainly said Nrcnl looking towanl Miss Clltheroo for her invitation It did not crone Aid I thought J she is wise not to encourage In her- selff or my friend this brief intimacy Mormons will not seem any the better company tomorrow for her reo lapse Into the society of gentlemen tonight 0 yet said Mr Clllhcroe Inter preUn Brents look my daughter will be charmed to see you To tell you the truth our brethren in the ramp era worthy people wo ympa thltc deeply In the faith but they are nnt altogether in manners dui edu cation quite such as we have been sometimes nccustomril to It is ore of the Infamous wrongs of our Eng lish system of caste that It separates brother men manners language thought and life We Imvc as yet been able td have little except religious communion with our follow travelers 1toward the Promised Land except course with Brother SIzzmn who is ns you see quite a man of society us well M un elect apostle of a great cause We are quite selfish in ask hag you to repeat your visit Besides the welcome we should give you for ourselves we welcome you also ns a novelty And then ho mutteiod halt 1o himself Josh forgive me for speak ing otter the flesh Cone Wnde said my friend And he gripped my arm almost savagely Until this evening then Mr Cllthe roe As we moved nwny from the wagon 1ierp the worn foilssoy lovelyforce md and yet poor 1 ers only guard and friend we met Murker nnd Lnrrnp They were saun tering nbout prying into the wagons inspecting the groups tanking ob servations that were perhaps only curiosity with a base guilty burgla rlou look He he laughed Larrap leering at Brent Ill be switched ef youre not sharp You know when to look for the pooty gals blowcd or yet conUI your tongue Brent node B tiprlng nt the fellow No offence no offenecl muttered lie shrinking back with cowardly venomous look Mind your business aid keep a civil tongue In your html or there IIIIe offence Brent turned and walked off in silence Neither of UI vas yet ready to begin our talk on this evenings meeting hones if not their masters here quite ready for joyous couvcr Nation hind eneountcrcil no IIrlllgerlUra dulcet tones frisked about Lad neighing nnd frisking informed us that in their opinion the world KM all right perfectly jolly place with abundance to eat Httla to do sad everybody a friend A caplUl world according to Pumps and Don JHilano They felt no trouble and saw none In store Who would not be mi animal and n horse unUss per ance an omnibus horse sprawling on the Russ pavement or u family horse before a carryall or in tact any horse In slavish position us most horses tire We shifted our little caballmla to fresh grazing spots sheltered by a brulto Wo meant to camp then apart from the Mormon caravan The talk of iiiir horses had not cheered Wo Htlll busied ourselves In si lance Irrseutlyas I looked toward time train I observed two figures In the dlKliiiici lurking about Mr Cllthu roes wngon Sec said I there ore those gum biers iiRuln I dont like such foul vultnrvK luinglng about that friendless dove They look villains enough for any outrage Rut they are powerless hero- In the presence of n steadier vii Inny they nn That foul SInm Is quite sure of Ida prey John Brent whnt can lie done I do not know which I feel most bitterly for the weary deluded old gentleman doubt- Ing his error or that noble girl Poor friendless souls- IFriutsdlrss wild Brent Shin has made u friend in mo And In you too if you urn the pin I know But what win wo do I will never ray that wit ran do nothing until Sue repels our lid If she wants help she must hnvc it Help how I will find n way or III lIe one Sidneys thought is always good You amid I cnti nuvor die In n bettor cause thnn this And now Dick do not let perplex ourselves with baseless talk and pintos Wo 111Ice them ngntii tonight when Slzum Is not liy It can not Iou that she U in sympathy with those wretches No lint horrible ogre Sliini U evidently disgusting to her limit lucre ho has her in bin den U In stronger limn any four walls in thu world ull this waste of desert Dont speak of It you sicken me Something more in earnest than the tenilerest pity here I saw that time middoli doom of love had befallen my Iricml In fact luie never been quite sure hilt Lust the ante tould lave been my fate If had not seen him u stall In advance und so eheok rt msg slrlf His tune oome Mine tins not Will it ever Rut lave lucre WII next to detpiiir Tlmt consciousness quickened the pea Nlon A mini must put Lila whole be lug Into the cause or the cause was lic preii must act Intensely as only n doer nets or not ut nil determined not to perplex myself yet with schemes I knew my friends bold genluM and cool judgment When he was ready to net I would buck him CirAITHK XIII JAKE RHAMBKKLINS BALL It grow dusk Glimmering camp Ores jtinrkcd the circle of the Mormon caravan The wagons seemed each one In the gloaming a giant white nightcap of on ogress leaning over her coals The world looked drowsy ail invited the pilgrims to wanl time Mecca of the wow Thingamy to repose They did not seem in clined to accept Tho tramping nnd lowing cattle kept up n tumult like the noise of a far city And presently another this As Brent and I approached the fort forth Issued Jake Slmmberlnln with n drummer on this side amid lifer on that Pop goes the Weasel the fifer blew A tuneless bang resounded from the drums If there was one thing these rival mclodlsta scorned time was that one thing They might have been beating nnd blowing with the eight thousand miles of time globes diameter between then in stead of Joke SImnibcrlaiiiB person for any consideration they shored to cnch other Jake seeing us backed from be tween ids orchestra who continued on beating and blowing In measure contentWere nS to give a ball gen tlomnn aid request the honor of your company in ten mlnutou precisely Kid not allowed on account of popu lar prejudice llcdflnnnel shirts nnd boots with ynllnr tops Is rayther the go fur tlrcus A bAll hike Where holn of old IridglcrsituSmnoof has got their fiddle along I allowed t pay to senro up n douse Guess them gnls wont be tho wns fur a breakdown or nn oldfashioned horn piper They hnint seen much game along back of their looks tells Uio story never seed leech n downheel lot Jake ran off after his nitric We heart thorn still disdaining time march around the camp announcing time fandango This helps us snld Brent Our friends of course will not join the riot When the Mormons are fairly engaged we will make our visit It Is n good night for u gnllop mold I Ho nodded but said nothing Presently Jnke still supported by his pair of melodists reappeared A straggling procession of Saints fol lowed hint They trooped into tho enclosure n motley throng indeed Even that dry husk of music hardly oven cadence hind put some spirits Into them Noise of itself is not without virtue It means life Sham bcrlalus guests came together laugh lug and talking Their laughter was not liquid But swallowing prairie dnst duce not instruct in dulcet tones Rather NUcluklcd merriment butt still better than no merriment at till Wo entered with the throng With in was n bizarre spectacle A ktruuge night scene for A roughhanded Flemish painter of low life to jiortrny The palisades of old Urldgers Ma lakoff unclosed u space of a hundred feet square A cattle shed house and trading shop surrounded three sides of the Kqunre The rest was open cjurt paved with clod the native carpet of the region Adobo cram bling ns time mot Ntruwlcmi bricks ever moulded by u grumbling Hebrew with nn Kgyptlnn taskmaster were time principal material of Bridgers fort The cuttle on Mr Ilechls model farm would have whisked their tails add turned away In utter contempt from these Inelegant accommoda tions No Idgli nodded pig would Lave contented to wallow there Itrldgcrn hurt WUH ns musty and in fragrant n ctuavaniuiry un nnyof those dirty elolntrrs of the Orient where the disillusioned howndji sinks into the arniM of that miserys bedfellow the King of the Picaswhich hams gerpoleggcd caliph let me say was himself or In the person of a vigor elms vizier on time spot nt tho tort en tertaining itz stronger according to his royal notions of hospitality lulu this court of dirt thronged the Latter Day Saints in raiment also in its taller day TIll rnginufiln brigade whispered I to Brent Juke Shainbcrlalns red ilnnncl skirts mod yallcrtoppcd boots would be better limn this ceedlnesH of the furbclowed nymphs nnd ole do1 fwnlns Kvldciilly suits of full dross lure not to be hired nt a pinch on time bonlevnrils of SUzumville Bret made no answer und sue veyed time throng anxiously They have oat como thn father and dutiplitor he said 1 can not tlink of time others now Shall we go to thorn Not yet Sizzum sees us and will tunpeat We stood by regarding too much concerned for our now friends to feel thoroughly tho humor of time scene Hut It node Its impression For lights nt tho Slmtnberlnln ball Instead of the gas and wax of civilian lion n lire blazed In ono corner of time court and sundry dips o unmit gated tallow with their perfume un diluted tiered from perches against the wall Overhead In tin still clear sky tho hurcf leetlstura slarrd nt the ftpeotnelo and honk their cheeks over the laughable nnuiouvroi of ter meat rlaJ The mundane earthly lights tire and dips flushed and glimmered tho hliyltghtt twinkled merrily tip guests wore nicinblvd the hall waked to begin Jake ShauiborlaJn the master of ceremonies cleared a spac in the middle and uallitK for hU fiddlers threeA bonrd was laid across two bar rels and upon It Juke arrayed his or chestra with Brother BotUry no called for lender Twang Went the fiddles Purdners for a kerdrlllc cried lake Slzuin led oft the ball with one of the Blpwsatinds before mentioned Dancing is enjoyed in Uio Latter Day Church They cite Jeplithnhu daugh ter and David dnnolng by the ark as good Scriptural authority for the custom Right and left cried Jako Sham bcrlaln Forrud the gent The lady forrudl Forrud the hull squad Jerk pardnera Scrape away Bottcry Rich out cud no walkinl Prance In gals Lnnnn nhcnd boys Time Time All hands round Catch a gal and spin hen11ell that was jest as handsome a kerdrillc ns over I seem And on with another quadrille minuet und quadrille again hut the subsequent dance were not so orderly as tho first Filled with noise and romping they frequently ended In wild disorder The figures ton glad themselves Into a labyrinth and the music drowned by time tumult Ceased to be a clew of escape NOT could Jukes voice half suffocated by the dust be heard above time din un tit having hushed his orchestra he had called halt a dozen limes In the Intervals between the dances we observed Larrup distributing whis ky to the better class of the emi grants Sizzum did not dlidnln to accept the hospitality of the stranger Old Brldgcrs liquor stores now floe mon property And for sale at tho price of Johnnnlshcrger dlmtnlwhed fast on tills featnl night ofrentniter n while Not quite yet Old Better nn nuances that he Is going to play a polka Fancy n polka here That will engage Sizzum after his pots times that ho will forget our friends Now brethren and saint cried Jake attention for thin polkyl Pipe up Bottcry At the Round of the creaking polka n youth pale and unwholesome as n tailors apprentice led out n sister Hdint Others followed Some dance teetotum fnshlon Others bounced clumsily about Around them all stood nn applauding circle The fid dies scraped time dust flow Sizzum and Larrup two bad element in com bination stood together cheering the dancers Cone said Brent let us get Into purer air among nobler creatures How little we thought he continued when we wore speaking of such scene and people ns we have just left nu n possible background what fig ures would stand in the loregroundlI The population of amounted to 288000000 at a very moderate estimate now it may be put- down at 300OOQW ti DOOR OPEN FOR ALL fI There Is Not Monopoly in the Christian Religion Dr Tnlinndc Tlmelr Discourse on Occasion at the Twentieth An niversary of time llowcrr MUilun In New York Copyright by Louts Klopsch On the occasion of the twentieth anniversary of the Bowery mission Jan ants 13 Dr Taltuage preached to a vast audience ut the New York Academy of Music Ministers of all denomina tions were present The text was John 1010 Other sheep I have which arc not of this told There Is no monopoly In religion The grace of God is nota little property that we can fence off and have all to ourselves It Is not a kings park at which we look through a barred gateway wishing that we might go In and lee the statuary and the deer and the royal conservatory No it is a Fa thers orchard and everywhere there are Lora that we may let down and gates that we may swing open In my boyhood next to the country schoolhouse thcro was an orchard of apples owned by a very lame man vho although there were apples in the place perpetually decaying and by scores anti tcores of bushels never wouldallow any of us to touch the fruit Sometimes the lads of the school In the sinfulness of a nature inherited from our first rircnts who were ruined by the san temptation Invaded tint orchard but I ey sot n retreated for the man came ftcr them at a speed reckless of maki r his lame ness worse and cried out Toys rop those apples or I will set Ue doj on you Well iny friends there arc hrl than men who have time church ump r core guard There Is fruit in this orchard for the whole world but they lime a rough and unsympathetic way of ac costing outsiders as thouf h they had no business there though the Lord want to come and take the choicest and the ripest fruit on the prerises Have you an Idea that because you were baptized at right months of age and because you have all your life been un der hallowed influences you there lara have u light to one whole side of the Lords table spreading yourself out and taking up the entre room I tell you no You will have to haul In your clbowBfor we will plnce on eithe side of you those whom you never ex pected would sit there for as Christ said to Ills people long ago so He says to you and to me Other sheep I hav which are not of this laid McDonald the Scotchman has thousands of head of sheep Some of them are browsing on the heather some of them are lying down under the trees some are strolling over the mountains some of them are in hula yard They are scattered all around in many places Cameron hits neighbor comes over and says I see you have 30 sheep I have just counted them No says Mc Donald I have a great many mor shecpthanyoUfound thisyard Som are here and some are elsewhere I have 4000 or 5000 in my flocks Other sheep I have which are not of this fold So Christ says to Here is a knot of Christians and there a knot of Christians but they make up a small part of time flock Here Is time Episcopal fold the Methodist fold time Lutheran fold time Congregational fold Presbyterian fold the Baptist and the IedoBaptlst fold the only different wayInthey are scattered all over And we come with our statistics and say there arc so many thousand cf the Lords sheep but Christ responds No no you have not seen more than one out of a thousand of my flock They are scattered all over the earth Other sheep I have which are not of this fold Of nil the merciful Institutions which thoroughlyt than does the flowery mission whose twentieth anniversary we today cele brute During the past year 3000 souls have been saved through its Instru mentality and during its existence It splrltul1bensands of the poor nnd suffering and lost With the bread of this life in one head and time bread of eternal life In the otter It is doing a stupendous to nil of its uuennLed I was hungrymenslehemend had ye clothed hi prison and ye visited me Inasmuch as ye did it unto one of the least UlroughHIlstaken for God and America for God and the world for God There are two classes of hearers in this audience whom I especially address the friends of this institution who have come out to show their interest in the work and the other clap made up of those who are astray but want to get back have fallen but wont to rise We need ns churches to get Into sytn pathy with the great outside world and let them know that none are so theywillnotbevvelcomed fastidious Christian I do not like to be crowded in church Do not put anyone in my pew My brother what will you do in Heaven when a great multitude that no man can number as sembles They will put 50 In your pew What are the people nsscnfbled Iin Christian churches compared with mightier millions outside Some churches lire like a hospital that mudir runrounds but no broken heads nc- crushed nnkles or fractured limbs l Bring there for treatment moderate I sinners velvet coated sinners and stn ners with a gloss on It is AS if a man had a farm of 3000 acres and put all his work on one acre He might raise never so large ears of corn never so big heads of wheat still ho would remain poorI The church of God has bestowed Itsi chief care oh one acre and has raised splendid men and women In that small inclosurc But the field is the world That means Europe Asia Africa North and South America and oil the islands of the sea I have to remark that the Heavenly shepherd will find many sheep timid the nonclnuchgoers There are con gregations where they are all Chris bans and they seem to be completely finished and they remind one of the skeleton leaves which by chemical preparation have had all the greenness and verdure taken off them and are left cold and white and delicate noth ing wanting but a glass case to put over them The minister of Christ has nothing to do with such Christians but to come once a week and with ostrich toothier dust off the accumulation of the lost six days leaving them bright and crjstalllne as before Hut the other kind of church Is nn armory with perpetual sound of drum and life gathering recruits for the Lord of Hosts and saying to every applicant Do you want to be on Gods side the safe side and the happy side If so come in the armory and get equipped Here is a bath In which to be cleansed Here are sandals to put on your feet Here is a helmet for your brow Here is a breastplate for your heart Here is a sword for your right arm and yonder is the battlefield Quit yourselves like men I remark again the Heavenly Shepherd is going to find a great many of his sheep among those who are noflt rej- ecters of Christianity Some of the mightiest advocates of the Gospel were once skeptics Thomas Chalmers once a skeptic Robert Hall a skeptic Christmas Evans a skeptic Charles G Flnney a skeptic Paul the apostle once a skeptic But whets once with strong hand they laid hold of the Gospel chariot they rolled it on with what momentum I do not know how you came to reject Christianity It may have been through the Infidel talk of some young man in the store or shop or factory It may hove been through the trickery of some professed Christian man who disgusted you with religion It may be that 30 years ago you lost all faith by what happened in an oil company which was formed amid the petroleum excitement The com pany owned no land or if they did there was no sign of oil produced But arPresbyterian elder and the treasurer an Episcopalian vetryman and one director was a Methodist class leader the other officers prominent mem ehers of Baptist and Congregational churches Circulars were got out tell openedbetoreall the hues of earth and sea and sky The letters flamed with all the beauty of gold and jasper and amethyst Innocent men and women who had a lit tie money to invest and that little their all sold I do not know anything about this company but so many good men are at the head of it that it must itemust be almost as good as joining the church So they bought their stock and perhaps received one dividend io keep them still But after awhile they reorganizeddifferent treasurer and different rUe aneformer officers of the company with many regrets to resign and all that toatifully ornamented certificate Sometimes that man looking over his old papers comes across that certificate and it is so suggestive that he TOWS he wants none of the religion that the president and directors of that oil com pany professed Or you may have become skeptical from the fact that you grew up In a home where religion was overdone Sunday was the most awful day in the week You had religion driven into you with a trip hammer You were surfeited with prayer meetings You were stuffed and choked with catechism You were often told that you were the worst boy your parents ever knew because you liked to ride down hill better than to rend Bunyans Phi grims Progress Whenever your father and mother talked religion they drew down the corners of their mouths and rolled up their eyes It any mine thing will send a boy to ruin sooner than another that now But I do not stop to know how you came into rejection of Christian ity You frankly tell me that you do it You do not believe that Christ IIreject being although you admit that Ho was a very good man You do not believe that the Bible was in spired of God although you think there are some very fine things in it You believe that the Scriptural description of Eden was only an allegory There are 60 things that I believe that you do not believe and yet you are an ac commodating man Everybody that knows you says that of you If I should ask you to do a kindness for mo or if anyone else should salt of you a kind ness you would do it If when you are I should come to you with a vial of medicine and say This kind of medicine cured 50 people who were just as badly oft as you ore take itand you replied I do not want to take it I have no confidence in it I would say Take It to oblige me and you would say Well if it will accom modate you I will take it Now you have found that this world Is insuffi cleat and you are sick iala I comet to you with a Gospel medicine It has cured hundreds and thousands and mU lions Will you take 1t7 No you say I have no confidence in it Take it then to oblige me I tell you of aPhy Ticlanwbo hu cured ionblind eyes and bound up more broken hearts and healed more ghastly wounds than all the doctors since the time of Escula plus Be obliging and just make tho experiment If you arc not acquainted sayInstrange thlug for me to do I know nothing about the formulas of reli gion These Christian people have been talking so long about what thou canst do for me I am ready to do whatever thou commandest me If there be any power In religion as these people say let me have the advantage of it Will you not try that experiment- I do not now say there is anything in religion Do not take my counselor the counsel of any clergyman for you may dislike clergymen Perhaps we may talk professionally Perhaps we may be prejudiced in the matter Perhaps our advice is not worth tak ing Then take the counsel of some very respectable layman as John Milton the poet as William Wllberforce the emancipator as Isaac Newton the astronomer as Robert Boyle the phil osopher as Locke the metaphysician as Morse the telegrapher as Washing ton the statesman They never preached or pretended to preach yet putting down one his telescope arid an other his parliamentarians scroll and another his electricians wire came forth and commended the religion of Christ as the best thing for the cure of the worlds woes If you will not take the recommendation of ministers of the Gospel take the recommendation of highly respectable laymen Oh men skeptical nnd struck through with unrest I beg you to come off that great Sahara desertof doubt into the bright and luxuriant land of Gospel hope and peace You do not want your children to come up in that skepticism If you do not believe in anything else you believe in lovea fathers love a mothers love a wifes love a childs love Then let me tell you that God loves you ThoIeyes this moment saying Other sheep I have which are not of this fold llenvenyImany of the sheep among those who Theyidoes not say to fly the web where I kill insects Oh no The spider says Dearest fly come and talk a morning walk with me ou this suspension bridge of gos saver glittering with diamonds of dew Do not be hard on those gone astray It makes me sad to see Chris tian people give up a prodigal as lost There are those who talk as though the grace of God were a chain of 40 hl1dItouch a bad case If they were hunt- Ing and got off the track of the deer they would look longer among the brakes and bushes for the lost game than they would look for that lost soulThey talk about the catacombs of Naples and the catacombs of Rome thoIbone passed on but I tell you New York has its catacombs and Washing ton its catacombs and all our cities their catacombs They are underground liquor dives full of dead mens bones and all uncleanliness There is no need of going into the art gallery to see In skillful sculpture that wonderful representation of a man aud- his sons wound round with serpents There are families represented hero millIhorrorThere is only one class of persons about whom I am disheartened and they are the Gospel hardened They have been faithful in attendance at churches for SO 30 and 40 years yet never have surrendered themselves to God As Christ says Publicans and harlots ire into the kingdom of heaven before them They have resisted mercyIgone earthquakes of religious feeling IIful they are farther away from God than ever After awhile they wllllle down sick and some day it will be told that they are dead No hope But I turn to outsiders with an expectation that thrills through me body and soul Other sheep I have which are not of this fold You aresnot Gospel hardened You have not heard many sermons during the last few years You feel the Holy Ghost this moment in your heart You do not weep but the tear is not far off You sigh and you have noticed that there is always a sigh in time wind be fore the rain falls There are those hero who would give anything if they could find relief in tears They say Oh my wasted life Oh tho bitter past Oh the graves over which I have stumbled Whither shall I fly Alas for the future Everything is melIto pray and when a man begins to petition God steps in and beats back the hounds of temptation to their kennel and round about the poor wounded soul puts the covert of his pardoning mercy nark I hear something tall What was that It is the bars of tho fence around the shcepfold The Shepherd lots down the bars and the hunted sheep of tho mountain bound in some of them their fleece torn with brambles some of them their feet lamed with the dogs but bounding in Thank God Other sheep I have which are not of this fold Mr Andrew D White the United States ambassador at Berlin has been elected a member of the Berlin Acad emy of Science U lJ THE CmZENBEREA KYFEBRUARY 7 1901 TEN REASONS Why Christians Oa not Fellow ship the Mornoa Church NinthTho Mormon church believes in Polygamy The doctrine is to them both sacred and fundamental They believe and teach that Je sus Christ was a polygamist The manifesto of September 24 1890 was not a repudiation of the doctrine ofcc plural or celestial marriage and did al not claim to bo such It was as all honest Mormons freely confess only a suspension of the practice for the time being They hold the principles to be as eternal as God himself PROOF 1 If none but Gods will be per mitted to multiply immortal children it follows that each God must have out one or more wives The Evangelists do not particularly speak of the marriage of JesusOneth- ing is certain that there were sev eral holy women that greatly loved JOBUS such as Mary and Martha her sister and Mary Magdelene and and Jesus greatly loved them and associated with them muchIfa- ll the acts of Jesus were written we no doubt should learn that these beloved women were his wiveaThem Ster Vol I pp 158 159 2 All those who have this law plural or celestial marriagereveale unto them must obey the same And if ye abide not in that cove nant plural or celestial marriage then are ye damned for no one can reject this covenant and be permitted to enter into my glory As pertaining to the new and everlasting covenant plural or celestial mar riage it was instituted for the full ness of my glory and he that re ceiveth a fullness thereof must and shallabide the law or he shall be damned saith the Lord GodDoc trine and Covenants Sec 123 3 4 6 3 And again as pertaining to the law of the priesthood If any man have ten virgins given unto him by this law he cannot commit adultery for they belong to himSame verses 6161- That this socalled principle hasf not been abrogated or annulled wit ness the language of the Manifesto by President of the Church Wilford Woodruff September 24 1890 liMy advice to the Latterday Saints is to refrain from contracting any marriage forbidden by the law of the an landTenthThe Mormon church teach naturalof in heaven earth and hell that men and devils are his offsprings by procreation or natural generation and that Adam is the father of Christs human nature as Brigham al Young was the father of his children PROOF 1 Wisdom inspires the Gods toa Jmultiply their species Key to The at ology p 51 Sec also ppjl and 43 at quoted under Seventh preceding 2 Each God through his wife orIi wives raises up a numerous family of each fasons and daughtersfor ther and mother will bo in a condi tion to nultply foreverThe Seer Vol I p 37 3 When our father Adam came into the garden of Eden he came in to it with a celestial body and brought Eve one of his wives with himJournal of DitcoursesVol Ip 50 4 IIwish to be perfecty under htood here Let it be remembered that the Prophet Joseph Smith taught that man that is his spirit 8nia the offspring of Deity not in any mystical sense but actually Instead of the Godgiven power of procreation being one of the chief things that is to pass away it is one of the chief means of mans exalta tion and glory in that great eternity which like an endless vista stretches out before him Through that law in connection with an observance of all the other laws of the gospel man will yet attain unto the power of the Godhead and like his Father Godhis chief glory will be to bring to pass the eternal life and happiness of his posterityNew Witness for God p 401 New Witness for God by B H Roberts a work issued in 1895 was approved by a committee appointed- by the First Presidency as Orthodox and consistent with our teachings The quotations from Mormon works are strictly taken word for word letter for lotter point for point NOTHING IN COMMON Withsuch a socalled church and system of doctrine Christian can have nothing in common but the need of the great salvation of the GodMan Christ leaus- Concluded Correspondence Mason County Maysvllle Mrs Hattie Anderson entertained last Wednesday evening in honor of Miss Lucille Din to all widdie and Mrs Lucille Gordon Delicious refreshments were served inf and wore heartily enjoyed by presentThe of the Scoot Chapel a series of of meetingshThe SemiAnnual examination is over and pupils of primary department are all smiles on account of getting promoted to new booksnMiss Frankie Whaley whose illness was able to boW againFGeorge Wilson has entered the of the rldepartmontThose who listened to the able ser mon preached by Rev O A Nelson Sunday night enjoyed a rare treat e Jackson County Clover Bottom The la grippe patients are recovering and the are spreading rapidly John Dean has dismissed his school until recovering from measels Miss Annie Powell has measles Mr Goodson commences series of meetings at the Kirby Knob Baptist Church next weekrlGreen Durham was in Richmond the fourth inst Frank Morris intends going to Ohio soon and will locate in Cincinnati or Hamilton Notwithstanding tEe inclemency of the weather a large crowd of little as well as large scholars attend Sunday SchoolIIQuite a number of young folk from this place school at Berea this SpringILittle Mina Jones is very ill with disease of the spine Milton Broughton has sold his is here to his brother William and gone to Metcalf County where he expects to make his future homo Some of the farmer here have begun plowing Miss Mary Sparks has returned to school having recovered fromI attack of the measlesIIe Madison County Farrlstown Miss Lucy Mason Richmond was the guest of Mrs Sam White and Mrs Jessie Ferrs a few days last week Mrs E W Corneliflon spent sever days with her sister Mrs R D White near Kingstown last weekc Rev T H Broadus stopped over spent Friday night with Rov A Farris on his way to his church BereaMrs Patton was on the sick last week Mrs Ben Martin and Miss Susie Martin spent the day with Mrs R D White near Kingstown last weekC Paint Lick From Richmond Ret liter Mrs Jane C Higgins has gone to Stanford to visit her daughter Mrs Adelia Woods Mr Ben Lear has sold 130 acres oft his farm to A Parks of Williamsburg for 130 per acre Died last Wednesday of Mrs William Royston of ManseI neighborhood and buried in Lancaster ThursdayRobert has a fine lot of kids at his house four legged kids Mr Editor when you pass this way Robert to show you his fine stock of goatsIWe are glad to welcome Mr WIll- iam Powell in our midst He recently sold 100 acres of his farm to Mr Az bill for 140 per acre Mr and Mrs Ballardsold their crop of tobacco for eight hundred dollars Mr Joe McCormack our clever bacehlor friendlraisedabout ten acres of broom corn last year and now has several hands manufacturing brooms He finds ready sale for all he makePeytontown Will Blythe has been sentenced to sixty days in county jail for trespass upon the property of Major Harris Some person unknown stole a horse and saddle from the stable of L D Harris Mrs Mary Shearer who has boon sick is regaining health rapidly TheHume Distillery Co are giv ing employment to many laborers We hope they will not be paid in whiskey Tribute to Rev John Q Fcc By PBOF L V DODGE College Chapel Jan IB 1901 Neighbors and friends I come before you for a moment to bring a flower as a tribute the memory of the hero of whom that is mortal lies cncoffined bo us That flower my reverent appreciation of a great nature has beon twentysix years in maturing Twice twentysix years ago the soil my heart was stirred in prepara for this growth as while yet a I heard and read of the heroic H stand taken by John G Fee for malljtl hoodrights Still earlier I had plans to go south when n man arm the slaves and show them tho to Canada Tho story of Bro deeds fired anew nil the chill of my nature I never forgot him and I count it one of my greatest for an honest prido that for letter of the alphabet I have It had H year of somewhat close ac quaintanco with the man who until tho death angels unheralded visit last Friday night was tho most loved and trusted friend of tho dark taco among the fairskinned men of our countryWith hardly any man I user knew have I differed in opinion on so many points But he was a man who could love those with whom ho differed That miracle of grace had been wrought in his heart which brought him through a series of persecutions like a novel with a spirit 80I sweet that ho could pray for those who had bared his back for tho lash Some of his bitterest persecutors it came to bo among his most ardent admirersOur friend was not espec ially profound in scholarship brilliant in speech or gifted in leadership smart but strong Ho won his way through tho force of deep con victions and an unfaltering purpose might think that ho was some in error objectively wrong But the most opponent must admit that he was subjectively right to his own self true1 A this tho essence of greatness Toll me when John Gregg Few for any male rial gain or personal glory over swerved from tho path out to hiui by the monitor withinII Is it dutyI he asked When convinced ho took not counsel with flesh and blood Wo neednot peruse ancient history nor far away for examples of hero We had it in our In the great work for God and 11111t manity centered at Berea it was t Fees fortune to bo at the beginnings yea to be Gods a ent in creating those beginnings Others of us have labored here for different periods of time and with varying degrees of consecration I am glad of the providence that brought me hero and if it be His will Ian content to finish my work in loved Berea I am thankful for the elbow touch with so many spirits But the rest of us will not forget that we have been transplanted from a foreign soil nor will we the assured famo of the patriarch native to old Kentucky the roots fibers of whoso nature from infancy on through tho wholo of eightyfour years an eventful life tnkin a deeper hold upon the soil enabling him to do forI this what no ono from abroad accomplishEven days of weak ness when the keepers of the houso have trembled and tho strong men have bowed themselves ho has reminded me of a mighty oak amid a newer generation of trees andsap lings the leaves perhaps witheredI branches crumbling causo the vital has ceased to course upward in the spring but still standing forth in rugged grandeur attracting every eye and compelling admiration from heart When the plant which grows in a single season is cut down the ground where it stool may ho smoothed over with the hand But when the blast takes out by its roots tho monarch of the forest for yards around the dirtI is piled heaps on heaps Berea has never had such rending of its foundations such a stirring of tho deepest sensibilities as that which calls us together today Farewell to our bo loved Feet All honor to his memory In Memory of Rev John Q Fee Written for The CITIZEN Another brave spirit hat crosxcd the dark river With Qodi chosen iplrlti to dwell Gone equally ladencd with honors and year Ill life spent relieving earths lulftrltiK and teen With sorrow we bid him farewell t DNa nay friends why weep re our hcroa n dead Ills pasting It but a transition From this to life higher begun here below By the name hidden process by which roses blow Increasing ID beauty forever He thought not of danger he counted no met la It right that Will all ho considered And It Will his pleasure to sec many turn As they heard hit appeal and with alike erl burn Who against him at flrit were embittered We cherish hit memory Kentucky Oran Hero We copy his virtue Ood given The patriot preacher philanthropist friend The tool for Christ sake who tad firm to the end Ah great his reward It In heaven HENRY Alta Lain a r THE HOME iKdltet by Mm IRACK J STOKH Instructor Domestic Science Hero College Tllli FARMERS 1IOPI21- 1V RUTH STOKES HEARS If tho cooking is good ninny tine little thought or euro u givuu to tho servingA sot with some plan nu method with carefully prepared food shows more real refinement than al most anything ono can do being in itself a definite educator It u sum prising what a degree cheerfulness littlo care will lend to tho looks oC and how it will have its in flu enco upon every one who sees it a few morning glories with their own green leaves placed in n low dish bring a brightness and cheer to tho breakfast tublo which makes nu tin pleasant wonl a soiled tablecloth a carelessly prepared dish of food or an unkempt head seem out of plact is no extra work all that is requii ed is a little thought and a little care Yes to be sure farmers aro busy plO pie but they must not they dare not so busy that thoy fail to live tho best lives that can bo lived in tho best possible way There is no moro excuse for Jamie to eat with his knife or drink coffc out of his saucer than there is for n senator so doing and then too James may bo a senator himself sow day and ho wants to know how to act he does not want to ho embnr raisedand put to shnmo by not be iug able to do things properly T be sure tho corners will got knocked off iti time but if he could begin righ would bo much easier for him am more pleasant for his friends The fact that Ann lives in tho coup try does not justify her dressing in unbecoming colors or tho buying of cheap shoddy gowns anti dowdy hats Ann loves pretty things all well as any ono nnd no ono has 0 better right to them thnu she who lives where everything is so beautiful the flowers aro always just tho right shade to look best with their own surroundings tho trees hnvu jusl 8ymIin incongruous ways uud look awkward and out of harmony wits nature Just so long as tho fannoi neglects tho courtesies audjlittlo niceties which alone cnn make life worth living farm life will fail to roach ho high standard of which it is ca pablo While tho farm in time past has given us our best men in nil professions tho time has come when it can bo FO no longer unless tho farm is raised to the same ntandaid as the homes of tho towns Tho develop mont of tho homo depends almost entirely upon tho wife and mother the one who follows the highest and noblest profession that of homo making Repair That Loom Homespun is coming into fashion again and our girls should keep uptime art of spinning Boron College is finding a market for tho products of fireside industry which may bring education and comfort to many homose IWO can pay for wollwovon llnon 40 conts a yard Joans 6O conts llnsoy SO conts woll matched bod covorlots 4 to 6 Patont dyos not accepted old fashloned Indigo pro forrodFor address JOSEPHINE A RoniNsov Homespun Exchange Bern Ky- wtNTEDACTIVK MAN OF GOOD THAI acter to deliver and collect In Kentucky fur established manufacturing wholrutle houno tie a year lure pay lIolllt tymore than expvrlenrt required Our reference any bank In any city- Endoeaelfaddneaad otumpttl envelop Menu lecturers Third Floor 331 Dearborn St Chicago THE SCHOOL Kllted by J XVUIuimoro Dean ot tile Nor mal Dotmrtment errs College SCHOOLROOM COURTESY fly IUME MILLKR Teacher of linnry School In College Time secret of n happy schoolroom lies largely in considerate treatment of ono another By schoolroom cOllrt test wo do not moan simply polite ness which is only tho observance of external forms but tho friendly doC erence for each others feeling which comes from a kindly spirit Children should be taught that consideration for others underlies genuine courtesy then thoro is a foundation upon which dependence can ho placed A selfish child toy bo polite blltI novor well mannered Moro ness may desert ono at auy timo RndI is artificial good manners are sym pathetic nod genuine Tho presence of good manners in children is dependent in a largo measure upon good mnnnora in tho homo If them is an affectionate and considerate thoughtfulness for one another in tho homo tho child flPlrIitschool room is responsible largely rorI either fostering or destroying this spirit With tho childs entrance intoI school como many occasion when ho needs to ho shown how to ho gentle and considerate to control his temper and respect tho rights of others to bo selfforgetful and generous anti these timings Ho al idle very foundation of good manners Every child is onI titled to bo taught time nimplo forums In which goad manners usually cx press thomHelVlIIDoes it take time for and pationco but it is n side of the schoolwork that wo cannot afford to neglect Good manners are closoly Associated with good morals anil in taking timo for tho ono wo lake timo for the otllrIA bunch of Roldf krjrj It mineiTo make each day with flood morning thats the gulden key That unlocks every dr for me When evening acme Uoodnlghl 111 wy Ant clooe the door of each glad they When at the table If you please Ill take from off my hunch of keys When friend give any thing to met use the little Thank you key Eieui me beg your pardsn tint When by Mistake some harm I ils Or If unkindly harm Ive hen With Konrlv me key I shall be lersrlf rn On a foMr rung these keys 111 bind This Is IU matte Itu ye kind Ill den UM each goldHi key And so a happy child Ill b- eItciuombor A thoughtful exchange contains tho following gone of hand sense Before you listen to tho complaints of your children about the fiendish ness of their teachers and get nil worked np anti excited it In bettor to reflect a littlo Remember that your ono or half a dozen cherubs drivoyou crazy half the limo and bear with tho teacher who is making for you intel ligent men and women out of as un promising material aw you were twenty or thirty years ago Remember that besides your own boy who of course is nn angel she has to con tend with that awful boy of your neighbors and you know full well what ho is i pruspUr pr rs4 Oft rOT ts4 IMkIioeor tbl for fIN rtrtrtn uUlltr OtUla US u4 FrIg 14kuudTndrlul- IZL ftlrit Urns sir Tn4 to ietfATENT LAWTIU or II TIARa MACIICl THEMAllMara Modcntt chsrits lec A SNOW COIPATENT LAWYERS Opp 1 Patent Office a CoI 2e m rBEREA COLLEGEFounded Places the Best Education in Reach of All Over 25 Teachers TOO Students trout 20 Stilton Host College Library In Kentucky NO SALOONS Trade SchoolH Carpentry Printing Housework Nursing two years Model Schools General Education and fitting for advanced courses ofFar those sujjlcienlly advanced to get a ltac era certificate Applied Science Two years course with Agriculture for young meu and Domestic Science for young ladies Normal Course Two years with practice teaching Academy Course Four years fitting for College for business and College Course Literary Philosophical Classical for life Music Heed Organ Choral free Vocal Piano Theory orWe are here to help all who will help themselves toward n Christian edu cation Our instruction is a froo gift Students pay a small incidental to meet expenses of tho school impart from instruction and must also pay IIIfor board In advance Expenses for term 12 weeks may bo brought within 2100 about 14 to bo paid in advance The school is endorsed by Baptists Congregntion list Disciples Method iota Presbyterians and good people of all denominations- For information and friendly advice address the VicePresident OEO T FAIRCHILD L L D Berea Aladlaon Co Ky THE FARM Kdltvd by 8 C Minox IWemor ol until culture here ColltgetFOREST FUCKS There nro two notablo fact about Kentucky forests Otto of these Is tho rapidity with which now growth comes in on laud that has been cut over Tho tho indifference tho avorngo mane shows to this growth At the present priest nbout every thing that can hold time dogs on tho HUV carriage is- Is wing brought into tho mills and sawn up Old poplar tUumps null down logs lure chopped into to mice if porchance thero is u littlo sound lumber loft Top cuts of oaks DO knotty that a few years iigo a lima would not have split thorn for cord wood are Scott al most dally on the log wagons going through our streets Little sticks nbbut right for house logs are utilized for joists and batten strips Every thing indicates that locally vo aro getting pretty close to the end of our merchantable timber Yi t in splto of all this how tow look with any respect on a thicket of young trees or make nay attempt to protect or encourage them You may timid u man who toil and denies him solf to put his children into school and sayy ho him only them to live for yet forgetting that tho forents that havo yielded him time most of his living are about cut and if his boys are to have timber for their needs when theyare men tho young bees must bo grow lug now Thiro ought In fact to bo abundant groves of pretty tell young trees now standing if they are to bo ready to bit cut into saw logs by tho boys now coining to tho front for it take from fifty to a hundred yearn to produce a tree of any value Twenty ono years pieces a tuna In tho field The other day I rode over n largo tract ofiforcat land with tho owner who told mo of tho thouHiindn of feet of flea poplar lumber ho had cut in thin cave of the fiuo white oak thoro of grow1lollgupon o been gwelnlrout time now blackened and IIlltaJing logs that lie thickly on tho top of the uiouutain Nature had begun at onto to repair tho dninngo and provide another for amt crop however Groves of young white oak dcnso thickets of young pines on tho rich benches and In the coves scattering v liiuU poplars sad ash and over tho gravelly top a fino stand of cheHiiut oak among the fal liii logs nil told of tho wonderful ro productive capacity of those Ken tacky forest lands But n fire late lost fall hud swept over it nil Ten or fifteen years of regeneration had been cut back deadened or too badly scorchedever to make thrifty timber The decoy Ing tops and branches loft to enrich the soil tho leaves and mould oven wore burned to tho mineral soil I made a heap of money out of this boundary of timber romirkod tho owner and might have made a heap more If I could havo known what lumber would bo worth today Yo 1 saidand still more If you could havo kept that fire out and saved those young trees for another crop How did thus fire got out That is hard to cntch up withsaid my guide Likely as any way some trilling feller smoking a coon out of a holler tree or may bo gunwads or soma foller milking n clearing and took tho easiest way to got rid of his brush Fires havo done mo a night of damage cute limo and another aud wo dont pay enough attention to stopping of em Hits n fact o ITo Whom it may Concern IThlM IH to certify Unit wo have investigate Motors Chas L Pet tin fe Co Buyers of country pro duce 401 Dunne Street Now York and find then to bo worthy- of all credit and financially able to fulfill any contract thnt they might make and cheerfully recommend thom to all dealer in produce its n sound financial house to sell to Yours truly DANIELS COUrANT Bankers 6 Wall St 96 Broadway SApt 28 1900 Now York 927JI Photographs 12 on fancy mounts copied from your photo 30o On buttons lOc each 3 for 25c Send 2 stamps fort sample Wm Lorimor Photographer Danville Ky AOENTS WANTED t Orders for pics doughnuts and other products of tho Cooking School may bo mado to Miss Stokes at the Model House Special chance to prepare for Teachers Examination in Spring Term beginning March 13 b