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Rev JOHN DODWELL Manager With Strong Staff of Editors and Vo- rrICIldI entered M WtJlt nl Ifcrm as oml dau amlllln I VOL A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY FEBRUARY 11 1901 Fifty cents a year IDEAS Wiuo is a mocker nud stroug drink Is raginglibloChrist tho city by hang ing tho citi7xni Tho wifu of a henpecked husband hasut much to crow over Sin makes our sorrows but thoso Borrows often turn us from sin Tho ulna who wants to tuko it easy while others do tho rowing ought to pay for tho boat Take Notice On Sunday morning at First Church of Bcrcn Dr Burgess will preach onI Elim At 7110 p m tho tqpic will bo midden convention Ou Wednesday night Prof Louis Favour will deliver his brilliant lect uro In tho College Chapel Electric ity is tho topic Sec hand blue for further information At tho morning service of tho First Church of Doreu tho nacremonl of baptism will bo administered in both modes to qulto anumlwrof candidates for church membership e FROM THE WIDE WORLD The Princess of Austria older Ills ter of the King of Spain will bo mar tied today to Prince Carlos It is said to bo a love match Portugal has been asked to lend troops to England to guard points in South Africa in order to enable tho British nt these points to join fight ing columns London Fob 10Lord Raglan Under Soeretnry of Stato for War informed tho correspondent tho Associated Press today that Sir Evelyn Wood is not going to South Africa and that no peace commission is contemplated W T Stead In a dispatch to the Now York Journal and Advertiser ays The occasion of King Edward VII may lend to a pacific sot tlomont of the Nicaragua Canal ques tion The King and his ministers have no winh to wrangle about n qucMnon in which no material lint lib interests are involved e IK OUR OWN COUNTRY An appropriation of 25000 has t been made to nimble tho Attorney General to investigate alleged dis franchittumcnt of voters in certain slatesSenator Platt has introduced bill to provide an appropriation of sroo 000 for tho Pan American Exposition which opens in Buffalo N Y May 1001 The Southern Cotton Spinners As sociation will meet at Charlotte N C Feb 10 to arrange for u reduction of acreage of cotton production from 80 to 50 per cent tCongnssmaa Albert D Shaw of Now York former Commandorin Chief of tho G A IL was found doa d- In his room at tho IliggV House Washington Sunday morning Tlueo thousand citizens of Topeka Kas at a moss mooting Saturday issued an ultimatum to tho joint keepers to closo business by tomorrow noon The saloons have boon closed as a result of the mass meet ipg =e COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Henry Youtsoy has been taken to Frankfort to servo cut tho sentence against him Mrs Cnswoll Bennett resigned a matron of tho Central Asylum for tho Insane at Lakeland Oor Deckham has appointed lion Hanson Kennedy of Carlisle Circuit Judge of the Eighth Judicial District It is believed nt Frankfort that opinions in the Powers and Howard cases have bran written and that a least ono of them will bo haute down at an early day Sam J Roberts Collector of Internal Rnvonuo for tho Seventh District of Ky is in Washington to present to President McKinloy the claims o Judgo George Denny for the net District Judgeship Goo Carter Negro 21 old was taken front tho jail at Paris nt 2 oclock Monday morning and hanged- by n mob Carter was identified a the Negro who attempted n criminal assault on Mrs W E Board on Doc 3 1000 10Lexiugton Fob 10 Francos E President of tho W 0 T U of indorses tho saloon smashing by Mrs Nation and says that she is proceeding within tho clear limits 0 destroying the joints in Kansas THE CITIZEN NO31ILocals and Personals lire Lodwick is suffering from la gripp John Lame and family loft for In diana Saturday Bro Dorthick is convalescing from an nttnck of grip Mr W C Gamble tho singer from tho Moody school Chicago loft for homo Monday Success attend him Guy Tankorsloy wants tho Citizen to visit him regularly away down in Texas Isis address is Galveston Texas Tuesday evening nt 730 thorn was good attendance at tho Chapel at Dr Burgess Bible Class for Chrislaiu workers Rev James Hice of Bolivar Mo assisted by novo Mr McGarity of London hold services nt the Baptist Church Sunday Anst Postmaster Robinson says tho lecture on Saturday night at tho Chapel was tho host of its kind hoover listened too Tho Misses Flora and Florence Jones spent Thursday at tho home of Postmaster Sigmond of Conway tho occasion being a wedding HtipM r Wo Bro glad to see Miss Grnco Clark on tho street again after an attack of pneumonia Sho has re sumed her duties in tho Presidents office If there is an open meat nmarkot in Beroa tho proprietor might not find it amiss to canvass for trade or better still to lot it bo known through tho CitizenMr W Johnston who has boon here for a few months returns this week to Huutsburg Ohio Ho order tiered tho Citizen to visit him weekly for another year Mr John Fletcher wife and daughter who have been visiting old friends and neighbors in Berea and neighborhood returned to their Illi note homo Tuesday Dr Burgess subject of discourse at the Chapel on Sunday morning was well chosen coming directly af ter the close of the revival services 2nd Kinjpi 79 Look it up Brother Dodwell thinks ho is Bottled comfortably now Ho has rented the property of Mr John B Ivor by on Center St for n year Tho latch string hangs outside always Principal E II Woodford of tho Manassas Industrial Training School Manossos Va sends a two years subscription to tho Citizen and kind net wishes for the prosperity of Borca College nnd its good people Mr Harold Johnston of Brooklyn ColLegoZeta Literary Society has presented tho Society with a very handsome ebony silver mounted gavel It was a graceful gift and fully appreciate- by his old comrades Approximately 00000 ropilof the Citizen have been sent crate Dec 6th 1900 to persons in Tenn Va W vn and N Car and so far- M we have learned from tho post masters of tho offices to which thoy personheros Since Nov 29 1000 Tho Citizen has printed and sent out nearly pr quite 200 roams of newspaper GOO hectIJ to tho roam enough paper to lay a carpet 23 miles long and 44 in ches wido ySecretaryto Boron in tho interest of the State Convention of Y M C A to be held in Louisville Fed 2126 Mr Cald 5wolllod tho Y M C A minting Sun addressed tho students in tho College Chapel at prayers Monday morning Fobruory22mlcrave Societies will debate in tho Col Chapel the question Resolved That tho present armed invasion of ChristianIof Christianity Affirmative Messrs Perry Shrock Jas Ewers and Win nlivolrrTho Citizon has been receiving many good words lately C L Soarcy Ky Says lam always glad to receive the Citizen noel get subscriptionsand other features are as good A Methodist minister in Virginia calls the Citizon a bright clean truly good paper A father in North Car olina 8ayslimy 12 year old boy reads it with delight and I want him to havo it regularly Wo could filla column with words of this kind If you aro not already a subscriber or der the Citizon for a year Madison County Miss Mary Coylo of Richmond will soon open it spring school ut Heiress schoolhouHo Mr Ziichariah Whitaker aged sev entysix yourH died recently at tho homo of his son George near Eden tonMeasles and grip are still preva lent in Richmond and very seriously so although few lentils have oc curred hey A B Reeves was ordained minister of tho Christian Church nt HichImondMr Geo Million Jr is dangerously ill at his homo near Million from the effects of poisoned whiskey which he drunk in Richmond Sunday The total value of Madisons property its revised by tho board of equalization which completed its work Wednesday is 3900000 an increase of 177670 over this years assess ment and 71270 in advance of last years valuation Tho tiiimbor of marriages in the county lust year us certified to tho assessor is 221 births ICG deaths 120 Tho Dreyfus correspondent of thou Register writes u Threo mad dogs have been killed hero this week ono belonging to Iko Ogg did a lot of damage before it was killed after biting Mr Ogg and his two littlo boys loft tho yard and hit a cow calf and iovcrul hogs which belonged to him then on its way down tho Turk Road it hit no less than n dozen hogs also several head of Owen Lakes cattle Religion is Our First Concern The protracted mooting brief as it was has left greater blessings in Bo lea than nap of us anticipated It is very rarely that a meeting is hold with such perfect good spirit nUll un iform SUCCORS from beginning to cud Tho mooting triumphed over great obstacles for it seemed as though nearly every household between the measles and the grippo contained somo person who was ill Not less than six college workers were inca pacitated in u single day Neverthe less tho attendance increased steadi ly and if it had been possible to have hold tho meetings a week longer thoy would undoubtedly have secured correspondingly greater results Tho great feature of tho mooting is tho increased lovo for our neigh Lora which is manifest on every hand Certainly thoughts of tho groat thingS of God and eternity have made us loco each other bettor Wo aro sure that all those who are havedthe prayers and good wishes of all Christian people We rejoice in thorn Tho work of lire Thomson and the singing of Mr Gamble who was hero during the last week will long bo remembered with pleasure and gratitude Bro Thomson preached fortyfive sermons A list of his first topics apoared last week Tho con cluding sermons wore as follows BKHUONS TO ClllttdTUVS 1Iclnryurerdne 2 Citron 321 rev vcrJ Let Oo l teat your faith Luke IX The Irolllho of the Holy Spirit lllble Judy on the coming of Clout ExoJ 1H15 Oolffar- llIIchIOColJleh61I The Full Ac iiiranre SERMONS TO TIIK UNSIVKI 1016 Morality not enough to rare 2 Tim 310 Inspiration of lllblr Gen 1911 Up cctyouoiitot tnli place etc Luke 151121 The lrolIJal tOIl Irov Duiut not thynclf of tomorrow Do Good and Make Money BY Introducing EntertainingBooks FOR TEHMS AND FULL PARTICULARS ADDRESS Nichols and Company Publisher Naperville Ill AId Mention TUB CITIZEN Hurrah for Total Abstinence The old Chapel was tho steno of an oldfashioned temperance rally last Saturday night Tho W C T U undertook nlbig mooting and every body turned in and helped thorn Tho young mon of thoCollego Band did themsolvosgreat credit by their music and Mr Gamble who was fortunately in town brought some wonderfully good Hinging out of the audience besides entertaining us all with his own solos Tho address was given by Rov An na IlSlmw of Philadelphia ono of tho national lecturers of tho W 0 T U It was evident that she was more in tho habit of lecturing upon political subjects than total abstinence but she told tho story of tho womens crusade in u thrilling manner and sot forth the duty of fathers in a way wo have hover heard equalled The wholo wound up with the signing of tho pledge and 282 names were se curedSuch a meting menus much for tho welfare of tho communi y and its blessings will overflow from Berea as thoy are carried in ovory dm ction by our young people Total Abstinence Tho poorhouses in fortyfive Kan sas countioHaro empty and in thirty seven counties thereis not a case on tho criminal docket Tho canteen has been cast out of tho armies of the United States by the righteous legislation of both houses of our Congress Our nation is going out of tho liquor business wholly some dayOhio Endeavorer China prohibited liquor selling in 159 A D with tho effective ponalty of beheading resident J B An gell ox Minister to Chinn said that when living in Pokin ho would not see three drunken Chinamen in yearJ Hudson Taylor A symptom of tho craving of tho saloon for respectability is seen in tho willingness with which it pays license Tho license brings it to some extent into connection with tho government and the money it pays often goes in to tho street cleaning fund and into tho school fund Frank Ballard It is the business as woll as the in clination of tho American pulpit to be aggressive The pulpit was the real leader of the people up to and through the Revolutionary War Giving due credit to all other men or ganizations and agencies over since tho Revolutionary War and today tho pulpit has been and now is the real leader of tho American people whenever thoy are led towards higher and better life Tho clergy created tho missionary societies and preach ed the Christian duty of their main tenon o and now the whole world is familiar with the story It would not bo many years before that faith would dominate tho world if the pul pit would do for tho temperance cause what it already has done for the cause of missions at home and abroad ExSenator H W Blair Somebody sent a bottlo of fine old Scotch whiskey to a South Australian newspaper The editor tolls about it A present in tho shape of a bottle of fino old whiskey was kindly sent to tho office at 200 p m on Thurs day Ten minutes past that hour not a dram of tho liquor remained ton seconds later tho ounce boy had sold tho bottlo at the rag aud jlone shop next door At 330 three men wore charged with being drunk and disorderlyTho of this paper returns thanks for tho handsome gift and would fool obliged if tho donor of the whiskey would send along 18n po licemans helmet a now olfiso boy four panos of glass a now street door knocker antino more whiskoyl Tho Ohio Endeavoror is publish ed at Toledo Ohio Dr Burgess pas tarot tho Church of Boroa is a meet ber of tho Committee on Publication also Superintendent of the Sabbath Observance Department and of tho Department of Good Citizenship Thin February number is filled with good reading and information Tho liEn denvoror is well editod and well printed An Independent Weekly Devoted to the Interests of TIlE HOME FARM SCHOOL 60 CENTS YEAR II of S7Jzozoz z Z 7 Zz7 0 d9CHANGEij Having succeeded tho old firm of COVINGTON fs MITCH ELL wo take pleasure in stating that as of old tho LARGESTQ cityII 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your subscription for THE CITIZEN Write plainly 1 y as 1 1Sis caw J 4 r NEWS IN BRIEF IntereMlni KvrnUTuk l reThroiis out the Ouuntry Hulled Down and Glvrn In CulIId Forum MONDAY Ex King Milan is seriously Three persons lost their lives and four wore injured in n lire In Boston Owing to foreign pressure the em press dowager has allowed Kmperor Kwniig Su to resume the reins of gov ernmentA nnd order league was organ ized at Kansas City Kan for the purpose of seeing that time law in rev gardto saloons and gambling houses is enforced Bustos governor of the island of Calami unncs mid 30 insurgents in eluding n colonel and two majors in the province of AI bay Luzon have been captured Three thousand citizens of Topeka Inn met in mass meeting and de cided that the numerous saloons in the city must close up They were given until Friday to do so An iron box containing 40000 was stolon from the depot platform at Manilla la In charge of the express company Three men have been arrested suspected of the crime In a fight between Lords Bothas and den SraSthDorrlens forces near Ermelo Gen Spruite was killed and Gen Hnndomoicr wounded Twenty Boors wore loft dead on the field A battle was fought at Tabaksberg mountain in which the British were worsted Theysverc outnumbered five to one by the Boers and were compelled to retreat after a serious lossCongressman Albert D Shaw of Watertown N Y former command erinchlef of the G A R wns found dead in his room at the Itiggs house Washington Death was duo to apo plexy The jailer at Paris Ky was over powered by n mob and George Car tel colored dragged from his cell and hanged to an arch in the court house entrance He had assaulted Banker Boards wife He had served time in the penitentiary and was a terror to the community SUNDAY The Gorman press is aroused over the decoration of Lord Roberts by Emperor William One thousand citizens of Holton Kan banded together and smashed three saloons there British diplomats believe the em pires position has been strengthened since the queens death The physicians give wanting that President Kruper can riot live very long His heart action is weak Armstrong Bros cork factory and the machine shops of Totten C Hogg Pittsburgh burned with a loss of 7SO000 An apparent move to end the hoer war has been made believed to be due to the influence of King Edward and Emperor William- Ilopresentattve Lawrence intro ducal a bill in the Kansas house to legalize joint smashing The bill was advanced to second reading Queen Alexandra is growing so deaf that before long it is feared she will have to use an ear trumpet In other ways she is not so strong as formerlyAt Col District Judge Booth M Malone made a new record for industry l y hearing three differ ent cases at the same time Ills dock et is rather crowded and lie resorted to this expedient to relieve the pressurcISATURDAY A scheme is on foot to combine all tho independent cereal mills in the countryThe power house of the Omaha Street Railway Co and contents burned Loss 200000 Fire destroyed the car stable and 110 earn of the Brooklyn Rapid Tran sit Co at a loss of 2QO000 With the pausing of the canteen at Ft Myers the troopers on duty there have rechristnned the post Ft Car rie Nation The mining scale which has been in force during the last year with slight modifications was agreed to by time joint meeting of miners and operators Mummy business men of Manila have been having business relations with the insurgents Three more arrests were made and incriminating papers were found Englund will not comply with time demands of the senate in the Nicaragua canal project An answer will be made in a few days consisting mainly of counterproposals- The belief is spreading among the Chinese that the imperial court will not accept the envoys demands espe chilly the demand for the punish mont of lung Fu Hsiang who practically controls the whole Chinese armyMrs Carrie Nation the saloon wrecker delivered a lecture In Kan sap City and left for Des Moines Ia At the latter place the saloon keep ers had prepared rats and mice for her The barkeepers met the lady with a brass band Very little cash will pass between J PJerpont Morgan mind Andrew Carnegie in the big steel deal Mr Car negie will withdraw entirely from the Carnegie Co taking for the transfer of his stock a sum exceed ing 83000000 in guaranteed 5 per cent bonds a FnnAY Five hundred lives wore lost In th great petroleum fire at hake Russia President Kruger sent a prone statue of Queen Wllbelmlna RR a wet ding present Senator M A llanna was elected a comrade In time Memorial post 1t- It of Cleveland- A passenger train on the Krlo root was wrecked at Greenville Pa ami flvo passengers were killed and a score injured According to time Austrian census the population of Vicuna is 183504 an increase of 393710 over time census of ten years ago Two battalions of the 10th Infantry will be brought from Cuba and sent to Manila to take the place of re turning volunteers Five seamen wore scalded to death by the bursting of n stein pipe on the steamer Vf nturn bound from Ta coma for Sou Francisco Prince Curios de Bourbon wits pro claimed n son of Spain and took the constitutional oath before the queen regent and other functionaries The case against Mrs Carrie Nn tion for smashing the Senate saloon Topeka Kan was dismissed as there is no ordinance covering the destrnc lion of personal property Five women followers of the faith cure healer Invaded two drug stores in Milwaukee avenue Chicago and managed to destroy considerable property in one before they could bo ejected tojwho became Prince Hclnrlch of the af1fairstayed at their homos celebrated with parades decorations and ban quets Snvornl hundred eases of dynHmlto exploded in the San Andres silver mine on the Sierra Madres in the state of Durango Mex A miners village was Immediately over the uu derground shaft The whole top of the mountain was torn away mud S7 men women and children wero killed and many others injured TIIUUSDAY The ling and Queen of England will reside at Marlborough House Fire destroyed a lumber yard saw mill and 14 houses in Ilavnnah en tailing a loss of 700000 Two Negroes charged with Wiling n white man and wounding another were shot to death In their cells in the Jail at DAde City Via All the Topeka joints closed and proprietors promised to dispose of their stocks of liquor In the even lag however they opened up again Gen Julian Acosta chief of the revolutionary movement In the Cam prlsoneIforces Messrs Carranan and Carman Manila merchants were arrested charged with trading with armed in surgents and furnishing funds to the Insurgents The Confederate Veterans associa tion of Savannah passed resolutions against the invitation of President McKinley to attend the reunion of confederate veterans in Memphis 1lhe foreign envoys have agreed to spare the lives of Prince Toan anti Duke Lan on account of their rein tionship to the imperial family Prince Chwnng with eleven other Boxer leaders must be beheaded J Plerpont Morgan and associates have purchased Andrew CornelesI control in the Carnegie will establish a billion dollar steel combine The announcement caused a stir in New York business circles Till 3IAUKKTS Cincinnati Feb 0 CATTLE Common 2 50 3 00 Extra butchers 4 30 4 05 CALVES Extra 725- HOCiS Choice packers 5 45 5 47Vi Mixed packers S 35 ft 5 48 y SUEE1 Extra 4 10 4 25 LAMBS Extra 5 00 I 70 FLOUR Spring put 3 SO 4 20 WHEAT No 2 red- COttNNo 2 mixed ID OATS No 2 mixed ny RYE Xo 2 6- 7IIAYBest timothy 14 MJ rOHK Family H 00 LAUD Steam 7 21ya BUTTEK Ch dairy 13 Choice creamery 23 APPLES Ch to fancy 2 50 3 25 POTATOES Per brl 1 05 7G TOBACCO New IS 00 13 75 Old 800 14 00 Ohlcaico FLOURWin patent 3 00 3 SO WHEAT No a red 7Sy 74 y No3 spring 05 71 COHXNo 2 37e OATS No 2 2i44Q 2Sy RYE roy 51 IOHK Moss 13 f6 Ili JO LARD Mess 7 42Y 7 eivX York FLOUR Win patent 3 05 w 4 0- 0W11IA1No a red 80 el 80 conNNo2 47 OATS No 2 33y RYE mixeditJ OOVi PORK Family 15 80 LAUD Steam 7 S- OIlitllliuorc WIIEATNo red 70 Southern 70 77Y COHNNo2 mixed 43ys I 43Y OATS No 2 mixed 28 28y CATTLE Butchers 4 70 5 10 HOGS Western 5 80 5110 Iou Ion Ur FLOUR Win patent 4 25 4 70 WHEAT No 2 rod 77 CORN Mixed new 41 OATS Mixed 27Y PORK Mess J2 50 LARD Steam i 25I I1lIlIonnllollllIWHEAT No 2 red J 75 CORN No 2 mixedt 3- 7OATSNo 2 mixed 28- e I CATsJIll Inll to Slow the Humility nnil IGood Mniuirr That Mlttlil lie lixpeetril of Mini Not the least Important dweller in time homo of the pastor of popular and fashionable uptown ehureh Is n nltesed cat beautifully marked nndj taro breedwhich shall he dline That is not the rent name of probln1tlbut there are reasons why he should not be too closely identified Jim no common eat He knows his friends among the cAllers at the home of the minister and those to whom he does not take n fancy are pretty 10 line It out lie knows the nthoinoj day as well as nay member of the pramIoelto the attentions of those of the callers whom ho numbers among lilt friends and purr his satisfaction when t It 111111i1U had ocouMon to move his residence n short tints ago and of course Jim moved with the fatuity Ho did not neein to lko the new place He went from room to room looked carefully at the wall paper seemed to sniff at tliem RII though they did not meet his approval anti InterIat the wall decorations mud MTIIICH thrIthan the perils to he uneonnteiei abroadIthtIminilrof lira and who regretted the eir ciim tnnp s that brought about Hit lCtIother letters delivered at the sane time Jim teemed to know this let ter was intended for him because when a member of toe family cams downstairs that morning he was found trying to tear open the en elope Strangely enough ho had newer taken Mich a liberty with a Iltl ter before that time and has not dis turbed any other letter since Although Jim his lived nil Ills life in the home of a minister he mine not always show that humility which would naturally be expected ilelike to make vUlta but no other cat Is allowed on his premises Next door to Jims home Is a house he loves to visit lie will roam all through It and play with the eat which lives there but the other dny when the neighbor ItIcame as If to return a rail line tact him at the door bit him oa the side of the head with a paw and marched proudly up the stairs as though he felt he had done something worthy the pet of a ministers household N Y Herald OLD POWDER HOUSE Once Tltoae Mriirluri1 a AVerr nnirr- ou 11UlruThe early Inhabitants of the coast of Maine had considerable business on their hands about a century or so ego The Indians were likely to upon the warpath at any time while time mortI humane but no less sharply awaited British redcoats sailed along the rnlneI coast making numerous landings and many threatening demonstrations Time local militiA furnished time only troops that could be opposed to the red coats and on almost every river n fort was established more or less formidable principally the latter Time magazine apparently was not constructed within n time fort but a small building was IIIstored WISCASSET POWDlill HOUSE so far as the writer knows that now in existence anywhere though there may be others of course A sketch Is here given of this old relic that is stiliR in good enough preservation apparently to laud It on another century in the future Its old plank door thickly studded with nails looks still capable- of affording considerable resistance to a hostile entrance For a comparison with presentday military equipments this old relic possesses not n little In terest at the present time Farm and HomeflTrlcka of n Clever Cnl A young lady once had a cat thatnamused itself by drawing all time pins out of the cushion When the lust was removed It looked up into its mis tress face with an expression Ulatv meant Please stick them In again And as often ns they were put in just h often were they drawn out This cat had another favorite amusement a vase of flowers stood within reach It used to pick the livers out oce by so and eat them HOW CHOPPIE TRAVELED Cat Matte the Tour of Europe and IAlllerlcn In Comiinny ut IIU Io v IIIK Little MIilrcM Chopplc is a handsome tortoiseshell cut which once belonged to a little English girl One foggy night nt a hotel In Lon don Louise and her mother heard a pitiful mewing out on tho window ledge Upon opening the window they soon discovered a little hnlf hn1sroofs Louise begged of her mother to tako It in and at once got some worm milk and made n bed for it where it wns soon snuggled down asleep Prom that time on Chopplo became the constant companion of Louise Whenever nnd wherever she traveled Choppie went too over Italy Swltz erland and the British Isles Six tin CHOIIMK TilE TRAVELER With whiskers long and snowy white greenThisA beauty to b seen Chopplc crossed the Atlantic between London und New York and several winters were passed In Florida Chappie bad u padded basket ti travel In where he would stayso lellowpaMenallInoer various hotels where they lived this wise oat would softly creep Into n bureau drawer while his mistress ntIturned with lib portion of food Cbopple was always fond of music anti when his little mistress would piny the piano he would curl himself up on one end of It nnd softly purr with halfclosed eyes while listening to his favorite melodies X V Trib une PONY KILLS A SNAKE II In the Nickof Time San JimAp pen ml and Sired the Ilve of Three Children A California farmer who line three small children owns n pony called Sea Jose which is their constant corn panion They have ridden him rolledbover him fed him and pulled his evidently consider him one of the family liven If the children wentI an expedition when they did not want to ride San Jose went along ns though he had been a pet dog One day the three children went on nutting expedition anti while gathered the nuts the wan1eredII Itnronndbeneath the feet of tho out gatherers there was on ominous whirr and lime saw with horror a huge rattlesnake ofcoiled and ready to strike The chit dren clustered together with whilenfaces too terrified to move awthe deadly head went back there was quick trample of hoofs a rUllhd through the bushel and San leaped Into the ring With his fit little sharp hoots brought together he to up into the air landed square the snakes coil and was off Rl1lnp before the wicked head could bfrightenedand they ran a short distance away and stopped to witness the fight The rattler was wounded but full of fight and coiled again and ngaln the ponys landed and got away safely This time thr body was nearly severed in two places and the snake was done an tlIngcheerful whinny and returned to hllII grazing tone Snve Clilll1 IlfrIIn Broad street Newark N J s I horse with light buggy was standing Ifhoraedren and was continually eating outCI of the hands of sonic member of time family On this particular morning his one of the younger children a little girl about five years of age had been playing around his legs At last ing tired she made for the street1011 trucks and unnoticed fell just car came bounding along leather instant and the horrified spectators expected to tee the child crushed beneath the approaching car The strange little ninny and lutldlnlytI veered towards the track picked theV child up quickly by its clothes andI witched it sideways from the just In time to sore it from a horrible death Illtlilr lulled n nil Hawk An Oregon woman is the owner of a hen that sue wouldnt trade fora whole ling of blooded poultry It Is the only hen In Oregon perhaps In the United States that ever fought and killed hawk The lien was tending her brood in the usual way when a chicken hawk made its descent The hen didnt squawk and run but with n fierce andn directed blow burled her bill be neath the hawks left wing It may ave been n chance bow but it didcr work effectually The hawk seemed of surprised and dazed It feebly nroseIII flew aimlessly against a clothesline and then dropped into the garden atouen eleadUI l THIS WIDOW TROUBLETI1 A Iollee Grail Scene llrnrlllrokc i Mother Mrlkr Xnliion Keeper Vliu Ituliiril Her liny No 2510 Bring In No 251 The court Is walling for No 25 l There is a little hanging hack o the part of the usually prompt ulRclsl but In a moment more a tall flnelook Ing woman WHS brought In and waited the usual questionings There was something so plteouslj desperate In the prisoners appearance and hor great hnuutvd eyes had such I look of nngujsh that the judge accus tomed to all PAd sights und sounds hrs Itated before asking with unwonted gentleness What Is your name my woman emit where were you born My name Is Alccn Hurne yer lion or an I were born In Aberdeen oil tht Sent Mi coastland- ml you are charged with striking a niiiti I am yer honor Anil you meant to I did Indeed yer honor lies kill nif vrr honor The woman spoke wttb a low imps slammed wall which caused respectful at tenl inn McOinnU tentiflea that lie m err Isis n hand on you returned time jams He stabbed me to this hurl yr honer Stabbed youl Supgoosevon tell nw about It I wilL Ye might no ken what It is yes honor to lice ooe bonnie Urtdie an 1111o TOf AUK CIIAHUKD WITH VTHIKINfl A MAN a sleeping in the kirktard aims o I rought my wee hairuir to this amid For many a year I tolled In uo an for mt winsome Itobbie He grooved so fine an tall that he were toen to q gentlemans store to help Then this map McOinnls Kt his dip on storeaan twas look o the plnoe An one as I passed by he sold I neednt so grand about my by he wens theyGod to let the stpaf alone Me Rob promised to bide tnc wishes but the McGlnnls wntehet o the nights hen twere could mud tormln an the lad many a oup o his dredful to warm him he would say andrgang to lame bImt other road I went me el to time mono nn ye ken yer honor how n wither wed beg nn prny for the lane o her one an flesh o her flesh but he yeshonorme I finned wl nil me mlcht to see whn were the trouble an me Rabble swayed Into the room an fell nt me feet he were drunk yer honor Then Mo Olnnls poket his duce In nt the door asked Wlm think ye now Misi ress Burnt Did I menu to strike the yes honor An I could Id a the breth fra his hotly Ycd better keep me wl lock nn key till me gloom dies out but oh Jedpe jedge wish meseP an me lad were In the klrkynrd aside the guile father They me If I could prove the mon sold to the Ixilrti under age this law stop him tell ye jedge there naught lot Cloths vengeance can stop Ilk Its well enough to arrest the nilther as strikes the mon as seine her bnlrn but wall ye till the Lord Al mighty strikes ayecoif ye for that Does the reporter tell no tnoreour- renders will demand Surely the mag istrate discharged the woman Yes she was pronounced discharged limit docs that meet nil the claims of jus The civil government owes that 01 nnd nil the mothers ol the lAUd protection from thin heartless enemy which for grain seduces nnd ruins their children When shall their Importu note cry be regarded We rend con clrnln the Importunate wlilow that at last even the unjust judge said I will nvengc her lest by her continual com she weary me Presbyterian Ban rimnrre lmv lloliU mood State regulation of the sale of ciga rettes has been declared by the United States supreme court to be valid and Infringement of the right of congress to control Interstate commerce The decision was handed down In the of William n Austin vs the state Tennessee nnd Mittnlned time judg eat of the Tennessee supreme court upholding the validity of time statute ow lu force in that state Union Sig THE SUNDAY SCHOOL lexoii In the Internnlliinnl Nerlra toe lYbrmir 17 i10lThe Lent Supper TIIK IKSHON TKXT M Hliew JII7IO 1Now Ilii first day at the rut of un Iesvne4 bread the disciples earn to Jnui saying unto Him Whnr wilt thou that wo prepare for Thee to eat the saovert suchrMy tlitM st hand I will keep the PUllover at ihjr laws with my dliolples- It And the disciple dill ss JeuI lied Piwlntrd llicm sad they made ready the xssovero when the even was come He tat down with th twelve 21 And si they did eat He said Verily I say unto you that one of you shall tray men Jt And they were exceeding sorrowful 1and liegaa every ono of them to fay nap Urd lilt U And hll answered and said lie that dlpprlh his land with me In the dish the came shall betray me II The Son of Man icoeth ai It Is written of Him nut woe unto the man by whom the Sin fit lien u betrayed Jt hd bun goal for that man If he had not Itn born a Then Judas which betrnywl Him an iu rd and tall Mister U It IT He said unto tutu Thou hut said K And ap they were eating Jesus IHk- hrud and tilruvd It and broke It and tllVO it tu flu disciples and said Take eat thli It my body n And lie look the cup and save thanke and gave II 10 them saylnc Drink ye all ua Pur this Is my blood of the New Tea tamest which la shed for many for the rt mlMlon of a Hut I say unto you I will Rut drink hrnrclurin ul this fruit of be sins Haiti that day when drink It new with you In m Kaihiri kingdom AiiU when they had sues an hymn they went out lulu the Mount of Olives lilllDIO TUVT Till do III rrliiriu braunr uf iiir luUr Ulliltl- NOTKH AND COMMKNTH 10nIday the over was disciplesrin ao upper room In Ieru alem It Is supposed by come that this upper room was In the homo of Mary time mother of Mark It was in aN upper room of this hones where the Holy SjHHt was iwurtd out on 1enleooiU Tin lest son cavern the followlBg polriU- l lrpratloA for ttw IaiMVtr V r 1711 S The AwMoachtBK IlelryalV ISK I InitlluthHi of the 1rda 8upprV aa i A MIT Jesus had ended Ilia talk with 11l dlelpts on the Mount of Olives they went on to llrtaaay and retrained there quietly Wednecday sad part- of Thursday MeanMklle Judea went to the ealef priests and elders and planned with thm to betray Jesus Into their hands On Thursday evening WAS the feast of the rnfr for which u great multitude ol Jews had come lo Jerusa lem item all parts of time world It was brim In the spring of each year shout the middle of our April In mem ory of that night l00 years beor when Hod had delivered their Smite fathers from slavery In Egypt Head In rxrxl II of the lords command to kill a staband sprinkle the blood on the door and how the d lroyioK angel- passed over the homes of all who obeyed that command Bo they were Mired through ib blood of the lamb The taaaover supper was nut only In memnrv of the past but to rewind them of the future of the time whets one should come who would deliverIthem from s greater danger death Head la Mark H1SI of the strange manner In whisk two of the disciples nand a room where they made the stepper ready Our lesson tells us how Jesus showed Judos that He knew what he hail done anti John 1334 says that the traitor went out Into the dark night leaving Jesus and the U faithful ones alone Hundreds of thousands of lambs had been slain that the lssover supper might be kept Now Jeius Himself the true istnb of flail wes to die the very next morning that thus Ood for Ills sake might pass over our sins There would then he no more need forIthe Iatxover supper for ltd meaning would be fulflllfd Hut people forget ate eaMly that strange ss It may stem something was needed to keep In mem ory that wonderful event the Lamb stain for us So Jesus appointed new memory supper to take the place of the old This U what we ooll the ordl mince of the Lords Supper The death the burial and the resurrection by which we pass from the old life to the new Is pictured In baptism This is the great eonfemlon of faith by which we ruin II in church Then the great truths of salvation through the death of Christ and the new life are eel forth In the communion rood Purim of III Iorlnnr Idle lit try to enjoy trouble but It U rational to withhold Judgmental to whether trouble be really the design of an experience that seems grievous H tins happened a thousand times that givenbirthisle proving Itself actual good for tune Iaul for Instance tells In time riilllpplans that the nppnrent calam ity or hix linpritunineht tins resulted In thl1lmyboul1throughout the whole prnetorlan guard anti to nil the rest Full trust bUITetlJlIIIno less than by time wholly merciful quality of Gods fatherhood S S Times irnpr hum Jniinnn It Is best lo kill serpents In thee tadsbutMural diseases breed In tutu swamp of the ampere heart A mnn shows his character mosttoften by what he laughs atLove never worries about future rev lovingJob for himNo I have got lo live he must live to w yi 1 have got to do rlghtJtnwl Horn I r JOHN BRENT Maj Theodore Winthrops Great StoryHorscs Hunting and Adventures in the West CJIAITKK XIIIContlnucd nm glml to In out of tiint iioly rwbblo salil Ins WI puxMd from the gfitit The stars Memed to look dl imlilfully on them mn not be en tortnlntil by thai low uomcdy with tr O0v silting 1Idour friends v nil Mho strire wild Ilifiit bitterly rn fold mill cruol an drsilny There U In tvcm oUrliciid p1 CIIMIIjf rind bonlgnnnt a 1II11hllIllllllj ielp while uni vli i cun bo done to im mini any loijoh cf ulimiit or ttier sorrow that iitJUo laughter 1tJ ft lino night for u gullop II they are Wi must keep tjioill out If the tort Watll If you IWO driiiln till old man In talk for Illilf nn hour Comilil i half u century If It will lo nny good Mr Clltherot nnd his daughter wore vnllilllg slowly townnl lit furl Ho Ktlid to us tin we approached nm urging my daughter to join in ili nmiiscmcnt of the evening n iic You know my dear tutU v if our old l1ttMlsir- neigh i till would be pleased to itw you ii 11 imtii tiI of thulr Innocent im i mil lending your oui t tIIR hut tu hnltliy hilarity A little will In you good mn sure Iiuyhut IK etrgnnt hilt It i in ilinifiil mid of court con ts with Crt propriety since nmlIin t niTind lirniher Mxsum in v vthatever We i t Ij wiliis nre fi not tho liien 1IUIullfnI i uh mil caul iroth niy Blu li CiitbiT dear MM n it do not 11I81at tiHiti It We Hi lie ntrled out If we ore up nflir our II tya march riiirly i it of triHlfrnoss to It fciu HVOJi d the real nlijeo Ii iniil hu to such u rno iit toi noIsy ami dusty for- M lit iiirue in the fort snul 1111111 1I ii arm Conic kit let ulv iihiii md Iwvo n chat III ii JHf t him riff jioor old gentleman f kr joy rfnlut control III liiiitr ago nlIl1 was n ii fini to ink him In hand anti ta d sh hut tho wanker ho wns ii s bi could be Milrject to Jill iM Tlrr ll U the feeble Hiimnseu hlcU who flht most lulnntly Ottlltl ii t tIll inflame anti power of Well Mr ndr SOld he wrlmpn yofl ore right U have only to fan oj tkto tlU lerra T out ldr the elm leva unit It U murk wording to rule to itroinwmilo hurt nil to itttlle In the ballroom You BM very kind gull IklHeii bolh to prrfer our Middy to Itoe iiinrlaltiiiwnl Inakle Certainly HmtJuir Uonrya violin III not llk oe of our mod ni bsuiils hilt when I WBB your ego could danau to any tlsIIll HMil anywhere nuppott young of the worldi i n iniidh more not tit thoy outgrow tluihc fnll- u CJlltt- v ulkwl on awny from the htllllll of the ball Brunt ed bahlnd talking uttrncslly w LI the Iwdy CHAITIIlt XIV IIU01I CIlJllKltOli Mr I ItUioriMi grow inara nnd more n iiiiiijotlv nn wo wnndorod about in tv open I drxw from him o- r1lllr with few word of nulilnncc tiv nnl tln n let him Impart hiM liU toiv TIt erniiil to fpr l thut he hail nn t xlilrlnn 11011 to otTer Men vhone Ilr In boon error and catni trophc r IIHVO iiiuoh prldt of rctlpenct if WI friPHilly perKon hear II tu r win heAr it Tim f nn f mote InmentalilH error vullei t ill is shyer of the oonfcwiloiinl lit ii also hwltlllll of trlllnjf to rIImall Why It WAil born In i biar in tho form of Koine small t iii Mr Clltlmroe talked of the IM of Jlla youth anti prosperity Hi hahlhHt of sreen lldilK a nil iirhM and grout country houson a nil r iril lit So ho went on to talk of 1 in If Anti Itwvlnjr wrUiln blnnkK v nflci nnln J oiind tlii iniiini of inig toll his story A iw1 tttory pilful story Snddur nnd more pit il to ihe 101111110 u flllnl feeling to v unl thin lit ihtsl gnntloniaii wtis nil t ho while growlnir stronger In my hurt I have already Mild that I was fnthorloeM from Infanry ThlH 1ms left n grunt want In lily111t tan not Und toinphil i tiiiii pehisil t lou till the Inok of n fntherH love In ture manhood nnd my Iniiirliiiilng Ijaiimt tho world too youiifj yearn wl Kri tly toward till feelile old nina my ioni iion III that nljflit walk on Ihu plain of Fort Ilrldir longed to do by him till duties of Kinslilp n Imlcod hnvlng no such duties have often longed when found age wwili and wpnry AntI as beffiin to fvol noillike towird th father sun t tlinvnt simply brotherly ttok its ilnco hi my heart for the laughter whose love my friend believe wan KioklnyA hlHtory VIIH Mr Clithcrocs Ho n proiipuroiiH untleinan onco of tile ancient fitnilllcB of lilt country We bclony Lo said to the old ii n ts l fiitry of Knglnnd We have been living at Clltheroe hull anti whore the hall now stiuidH for ceo t ii des tillIltrehllllllricvery 0 wj Hiintalned our dIgnityo might woIof free xpeecli nnd free thought to net with time power that be- Tinre wan never a time until my day when one of was not In lain in ment for lit Iitrue Cllthcroe had two nibem and one of the old family that gate HK name to the town and lilt fur It ItS fninclilsi1 wan ulwayn eonen withiiut contest It a lovely region ulr where tilt town of II theme and time oll mnnor bonne of my family stnmllh fairest Kirt of LnneiiNhlrc If you have only wen an you say the lint country nbout Liverpool ii nil Munchehtcr you do not know at nIl what hancuiihlro can do In Kcenery Why there is Ten die Hill It might be better called n miniiitiilii IVndlr Hill rises almost lit my dnorHtep at till door of CII lie roe Hall Ieiidle Hill sir is eigh teen hundred and odd feet high And n beautiful lull it Is talked of the Wind Itlver mountains this after noon they are very line but never fdioulil have learned to love heights If my boyhood had not been trained by till preMCiice of 1endlo Hill And there In the IllDble too A lovely river coming from till hills suchit stream as hare not hecn on this continent Itin not wlnh to mnke harsh cnmpnrlsiis limit your MlmlMlppi and Missouri are more like ditches than rivers and ns to the lint why sir It seems lo me no better than a chain of mud pools Hut the Itlbblo Is quite another thing I uippone I love It more because I lime dabbled In It II boy and buthed In It a man and have wen it how on alwnyK a friend whether vas rich or poor Nature sir does not look coldly on u poor man as Immunity doe The river Itlbbh nnd rail Ic Hill have been faithful to mo they and my dear lillon always Per lisps tire you with this chat he wild 0 no replied I should be poor American If I did not love to hoer of Mother Kngland evrywhere nnd alwtiys almost fear 1o talk about home our old home I mean to my dear child She might grow n little home sck you know And how could she undemtnnd so young nnd a woman too that duty makes exile needful Of course I do not mean to suggest that wo deem our new home In the PromUed lonndan exile And he again gave the sumac III1Xi loua look I had before obseived as If he dreaded that had tho power to dissolve an unsubstantial illu Ion I wish hall thought he contin tied to show you when you were nt ten n picture of Clltheroe hull I have It is my daughter Kllrns work She has n genius for art really a genius Wn have been living in a cottage hear there where she could see the hall from a window dear old place nnd site has mode n capital drawing of It Vou hail lertlU I nuked Ho hud paused commanded by his melancholy recollections O yes Did I not tell you about my losses was a rich IIIMI cud pros perous once I kept open house sir In my wlfoslifctlme She was a great beauty My dear Ellen U like her but xhe line no beauty u good girl and daughter though like nil young people she has a juvenile wish to govern but no beauty Perhaps she will grow handsome when we grow rich again Pew women are so attractive ns enoughlIte monds and pearls and everything that young ladles want If I had succeeded Hut you ought to have hccn Clithcroe Hall sir In Its best days Such oaks ns I had In my park One of those oaks Is noticed III Kvelynn Sllvn One day a great many years ago I found a young man sitting under that oak writing verses I was hospitable to him and gave him luncheon which he ate with a very good appetite If ho was a poet Iulld not IIsl his name hut not three months after received a volume of poems with a sonnet liming them really very well done very well done indeed Inscribed to tin Illtheroe Oak The volume iiiII was by Mr Wordsworth quite one of our best poets III his WII the foun der ot n new IIhuIIIIIA wry Yes indeed The poet was fortu nate was he not lint if you lire fond of pictures I should have liked to show you my Vandyke We hind the famous Cli time roe lIeu ut yan earls daughter maid of honor to Queen Henrietta Maria She chose plain Hugh Clltheroe before all the noblemen of the cOllrtI litheI rot s have always been 1011 linn that way said plain Hugh hut heI was as handsome a cavalier as ever wore rapier He might lint been earl himself but he took the part nilI liberty mid was killed on the ment hide nt ICdgcmoor hail his portrait too u Vandyke and one of the best pictures he ever painted as I believe Is agreed by connoisseurs You should have seen till white- horse sit III that picture full of gentleness and spirit nail worthy the haniUomu cavalier just ready to mount him As tIme old gentleman talked of his heroic ancestor a name not unknown to history he revived n little nnd I saw nn evanescent look of his daugh ters vigor In his eye It faded in Bluntly he sighed nnd went on should almost have liked to live L those days It Is easier to die for u holy cause than to find ones way along through life have found It pretty hard fir pretty Imtl ninlI hope my day of pence Is nearly comellmv could shatter hi delusion and thunder in lilsear that this hopo wan n lie had u happy time of It lit iron tinned till after my Ulltnn birth nnd ought to he thankful for Unit had my dear wife and hosts of friends so I thought them To bo sure spent too much ijioney and sometimes had rather too gay an evening over the claret at my old oak dining table Hut that was harmless pleasure sir was always a kind landlord never could urn out a tenant nor arrest n poacher sup pose wiis too kind might hove bettor saved some of time nloiuy I gae to my people In beef ind beer Oil holidays Hut it made them hnppy I like to see everybody happy That was my chief plenum c The people were very poor III Kngland then IIlrlIllt that thmuymire not poor now and used to lit very gld when It good old Kngllsh holiday or a birth day gnc mo a chance to give them a little festival uould Imaglno him the gentle genial host Kate should have left dtIn1I1Idykes with proper prldi to scrnngers His story carried truth on its face It fact time man was all the while an Illustration of his own tnt Kvery tulle and phrase convicted him of his own character It mimutlmcs makes me a little melancholy ho continued to s ten of those happy days Not that ro gret time result I have nt lust attained Iithm not Hut the procoM wan u bard out I have sulfured sir suffer ed greatly on amyvimy to pence and confidence I have attained You have attained these I wild Yes thank God this letterDay revolution of his truth imed to think rather carelessly of religion III those times I suppose It only t lie contact with sin and sorrow that teuohuH a man to look from the trans itory to till eternal Shad makes light precious as nn artist would say I was brought liP you know sir In the Church of Kngland but when I begun to think Its formulism wearied lilt could not umtrrnliiiid wmt crmed to me then the complex nia hlnory of Its theology thocglit sir nit 110 doubt ins people of tho poetic temperament and little uxpcrl inco think that Jod deals with men without gobetweens Unit hIHIII dl colly on till ehumutor by time fuels of nature nnd tIme thought In every soul It was not until I grew old lund sad that I begun to feel tIme need of something distinct and t4i tile to rest my faith upon mid even then sIr WIIN sceptical of till need of rev ilatioliit and Messiahs and inimeloH until learned through the testimony of living witnesses yes of Hi lug wit 11014CMtiiflt such things line come the fjittrr Day Yes sir tin fueLs of what you call Mormonlsm UN mir aches its revelations which do not cease and its new Me luh have giv en mo faith Hut I have not told you till old gentleman went on about my disas ters Perhaps you are getting tired of my prattle sir my old munV talk I am really not no very out if my hair Is thin nnd my beard grimy barely fiftyamid after this journey I expect to be quite a boy again I suppose you were surprised tIis after noon when I spoke of Immuring worked In u coal mine were you not The old tnnn seemed to have some little prldejn this singularity of fortune expressed tlie proper interest In such n change of destiny You shall hear how It happened he said You remember no you are too young to remember limit you have heard how we nil went mad about mills and mines in incnshlro Borne twenty years ago Yes said I it was then that steam and cotton begun to under stand each other and coal and ne groes became important What n paulo of speculation we nit rushed Into in Lancashire told tho old gentleman Wo all felt we gen tlemen that wo were mere Idlers not doing our duty ns KnglanJ expects every man to do unless we wero building chimneys or digging pits Wo were nil either grubbing down In the bowels of time earth for coal or rearing great chimneys up In the air to burn it I really think most of us began to like smoke better thou blue sky certainly It tasted sweeter to us than our good old Kngish foir 11sir continued he I was like my nelghl ors must dabble in milling nnd mining I was willing to be richer Indeed as soon as began to speculate thought myself richer I spent more money went deeper Into my operations One throw a great treasure into a coalmine without seeing any return anti can wend n great volume of smoke up n chimney before the mill begins to pay It Is an old story will not tire you with It I was all at onco a ruined man He paused a moment and looked about the dim starlit prairie with tIme white wagons and tilt low fort In the distance To be continued The rhoT the Emerald Isle hare generally a dark color owing to tho fact that most of thom at sonic point in their course flow through peat marshes or heds which Impart a dark line to the water It Is n popular belief that a holly bush planted near n dwelling pro tccU tho bousa from llghulag I A SILENT RELIGION Dr Talmage Sets Forth Its Evils in ills Sermon Duly of Olirlillnn In SInk Out Ileiirllly on the Slilc of Ululil- riiiinlitpi CnnlliiK Uul Ilie Duiuli Siilrll CopyrIght by Louis Ktopch N Y In this discourse Dr Talmngo calls for j more demonstatlvc religion and n hearty speaking out on the right side of everything text ll1rk 95 Theu dumb and deaf spirit I charge thee como out of him Here teas a case of great domestic anguish The ton of the household was possessed of an evil spirit which among other tImings paralyzed his tongueandmadohlni speechless When the Influence was on the patient he could not si y a word articulation was impossible The spirit that captured thlA member of the househod was a dumb spirit eo called by Christ a spirit abroad todny and as lively and potent as In the New Testament times Yet in all the realms of s rmondoin I cannot Hurt discourse concerning this dumb devil which Christ charged up on In my text saying Come nit of him There hiss been much destructive su perstition abroad In the world concern Ing poifMtii n by evil spirits 1nder the form of belief In witchcraft this delusion swept time continents Persons were supposed to be pOIIIIlled with some evil spirit which ni them able to destroy others In the i entb can tury in jeneva J400 pt JBS wore burned to drain nr wltche In one neighborhood of Ifrance per wore burned In two cent s 20 000 persons were slain as wi Iell So mighty wall the delusion thttt tlniftd ed among itit victims some of le Slat est Intellects of all time suet SB ief Justice Matthew Hale and Sit lCdsard Coke and such renowned iilnittrtit of religion as Cotton Mather ore of whose book Ilenjamln Franklin raid shaped his IIfcamiul Richard Baxter nod Arch bishop Cranner ani Martin Luther and among writers and phllonoj ers Lord Bacon That belief wbleli has become the laughing stock of Ill men sible people counted Its disciples ninong titwl Mt nail best people of Sweden Sermany Knglnrd France Spain and New Kngland Hut while we reject witchcraft any mai who be here the Hibe must belie that there are diabolical agencies nin nnd in the world While there are ministering spirits to blots there are in rt rnal spirits to hinder to poison and to destroy Christ was speaking to a spiritual ex istence when standing l rore the af flicted one of the text he said Thou dumb and deaf spirit come out of him Against this dumb devil of the text I put you on your guard Do not think that this agent of evil has put his blight on those who by omission of the vocal organs have hag the golden gates of speech bolted and barred Among those who have never spoken a word are the most gracious arid lovely and talented souls that were ever Incarnat ed The chaplains of thoayums for the dumb can tell you enchanting stories of those who never called the name of father or mother or chIle and many of the most devout and prayerful mills will never In this world speak the name of liod or Christ There has been npothedslzatinn of si hence Some one has said silence Is golden and somettnus the greatest triumph Is to keep your mouth hut limit sometimes silence is a crime and the direct result of the baleful Influence of the dumb devil of our text There Is hardly a man or woman who has not been present on some occasion when the Christian religion became a target for rallery Perhaps it mmii over In the store some day when there was not much going on and the clerks were In a group or It was in the factory at the noon spell or It was out on the farm under the trees while you were resting or It was In tIme clubroom or it was a social circle or It was in the street 110 the way home from business or It all some occRl lon which you re member without my describing it Some one got the laugh on the Ulble and caricatured the profession of re ligion as hypocrisy or made a pun out of something that Christ said The laugh started and you joined In and Iot one word of protest did you utter kept you silent iIodvstyo Incapacity to answer No Lack of opportunity Xo It was a blow on both your ii1is by the wing of the dumb drill If ome one should malign your father or mother or wife or husband or child 3011 would flush up quick and either with an indignant word or doubled up nit make response And yet here Is our Christian religion which hiss done so much for you and so much for tIme world that it will take all eter ally to celebrate it and yet when It was attacked you dl1 not so much as say I differ I object I am sunny to hear you say that There is another side to this You Christian people ought in such times as these to go armed not with earthly weapons but with the sword of the spirit You ought to have four or tire questions with which you could confound any man who attacks Christianity A man 00 years old was telling me how he put to ilight a scoffer My aged friend said to the skeptic Did you ever read the history of Joseph In the lllble Yes said the moan it Is a line story and ns Interest lag a story as I ever rend Well now said my old friend suppose that accounUof Joseph stopped half way Ob said the man then it would not be nltrtainlng Well now said my friend we haw in this world only half of everything and do you not think that when we hear the last half things may be consistent and that then we may find that Cod wns right Oh friends better load up with a few interrogation points You cannot at mIblohouse You allow a slur to be cast on your mothers dying pillow In behalf of the Christ who for you went through the agonies of assassination ou the rocky bluff back of Jerusalem you flared not face a sickly joke hotter load up with a few qlltltlonll so that next time you will be reedy Say to the scoffer My dear sir will you tell me what makes the difference between the condition of woman In China and lo the United States What io you think of the sermon on the mount How do you like the K hTen rule laid down in the Scripture Are you in fa Tor of the Ten Commandments In your large and extensive rending have you come acres a lovelier character than Jesus Christ With you please to name the triumphant deathbeds of inlldels and atheists How do you account for the set that among time out and out be- lIevers In Christianity were such per coos as Benjamin Franklin John Bus- kIn Thomas Cnrlyle Ilnblngton Mae aulny WillIam Penn Walter Scott Charles Klngsley Horace Imshnell lames A isrllold Robert E LeeStonc wall Jackson Admiral Foote Admiral Farragut Ulysses S firnnt John Mil ton William Shakespeare Chief Justice Marshall John Adams Daniel WebIster George Washington lion account for their fondness for the Christian religion Among the numerable coMeges and universities oJ time earth will you name me three supporledbJyou really happy In the position you occupy antagonistic to the Christian religion When do you have the molt rapturous views of the next world Oo at him with a few such questions tojsuggeathis watch and say he hats an engage 10Iput him on a rout compared with which our troops nt Hull Hun made no tItus at all Arm yourself not InterrogatIonrsuch a man ns shall such a womanI lIIean1Itheplt tliedunib devil spoken of in the textBut then there are occasions when this particular spirit that Christ exorcised when lie said I charge thee to come out of him takes people by the wholesale In the most responsive religious audience have you noticed how many people never sing at all They have a book and they have a voice and they know how to rend They know many of time tunes and yet- are silent while the great raptures of music pica by Among those who sing not one out of a hundred sings loud Theylmuuimgrunt They maletbe lips go but It is Inaudible With a voice strong enough to stop a street oar one block away nil they can afford In the praise of God Is about half a whisper With enough sopranos enough altos enough bassos to make a small heaven between the four walls they let time opportunity go by unimproved The volume of voice that ascends from the largest audience that ever assembled ought to be multiplied two thousandfold lint the min ister rises and gives out time hymn the organ begins the choir or precentor leads the audience are standing so that the lungs may have full expansion and a mighty harmony is about ascend when the evil spirit spoken toI In my texttime dumb devil spreads his two wings one over the lips of one half the audience and the other wing over time lips of the other half of the audience and the voices roll back into the throats from which they started and only here and there anything is heard and ninetenths of time holy- pouverIs destroyed and the dumb devil as flIes away says I could not keep Isaac Watts from writing that hymn anti I could not keep Lowell lUll from composing the tune to InI it Is net hut I smote Into silence or silence the lips from which It would have spread abroad to bless neijfhbor hoods and cities and then mount the IJ nt IUUJJiChristendom and those four lines would take time whole earth for God That hymn Oh For n Thousand Tongues to Sing was suggested to Charles Wesley by Peter Holiler who after his conversion said I hind ItonIIChrist And then that angel of hymnology penned the words Oh fdr a thousand tongues to sing Jly dar Redeemers pralM 1lngTheJesus the name that calms our fears That bids our sorrows CMTis music In tho f Inner ears TIs life and health and peace While much of time modern music Is n religious doggerel a consecrated nonsense a sacred imbecility I would like to see some great musician of our time lift tho baton and marshal Luthers Judgment Hymn Yar mouth Dundee Ariel Battle street Uxbrldge 1leyela Hymn Harwell AuttlochtIount Pis gab and Coronation with a few regiments of mighty tunes made in our own time nnd storm Asia Af rica and America for time kingdom of God lImit the first thing to do Is to thrive out the dumb devil of the text from nil our churches Do not however let us lose our solves III generalities Not ono of us but has hnd our lives lomellmosi touched by time evil time textthIs awful dumb devil snjIngled a man or woman Into a Christian life Time opportunity was fairly put before us The word of invitation or consolation or warning clime to the miMe gate ot the mouth but then it halted Some hindering power theydidatiil In time bottom of tne limouthan thougn struck with parnl si We were mute Though God hud glvrn na tho physlologlcnl nppanrus ior speech null our lunjr were filled with air which by the command of our will could have mn 1o the larnyireal muscles move and the vocal or na vibrate we were wickedly nnd fiatly silent For all time and eternity wo missed our chance or it was a prayer meeting and tlio service was thrown open for prayer and reran rls and there wns a oVad holt cviiy thjng albnt ns a tni eynrd at mid night Indeed itwas a gravt ynnl and midnight An mh rrrlsMln pin o took plnrp that put a WIt bliuii t on nil the meeting Men bold eu U on business exchange or In woiMiy circles shut their eyes na though jr were praying in siNnee but 11v- ere not praying at all They ii ro biiay hoping somebody olio would do his duty The women flusin iiirt- he awful pau e and made their fma moro rapidly flutter Some brother with no cold coughed by that sound trying to fill Up the time and lime meeting was slain But what killed yIplilest places on earth are somo prnyer meetings I do not sec Iwa roan can keep any grace if he r u larly attends them They are sj ini tint refrigerators Ilellgion kept ice How many of us have lost orra sions of usefulness In a sculptors studio stood n figure otthe god Opportunity The sculptor had mndo time haIr fall down over the fno of the statue so as to completely roer it nnd there were wings to the fetWhen asked why lie so representfd Opportunity the sculptor answered The face of the stntuo is thus coy ered because we do not recognize Op portunity when it comes and tho wings to tho feet show toot Opportu nity in swiftly gone But do not let the world drrirr the church because of all this for the rMimb devil Is just as conspicuous the world The great political parties U emble at the proper time to build platforms for the candidates to stand on A commit tee of each party is appointed to make the platform After proper deiiln ra tion tIme commuters come in with a ringing report Whereas and Whereas and Whereas Pro nunclamentos all hnped with 111fne idea of getting the went votes All ex pression In regard to the great moral evils of the country ignored No ex pression In behalf of temperate liv lug for that would lose the vote of the liquor traffic Xo expression in rword- to the universal attempt at time demoli tion of time Lords Xo recognition of God in the hlstorr of nations for that would lose the vote of atheists But Whereas and Whereas and Whereas Nine cheers will be given for the platform The dumb devil of platformplatform Those great conventions haploinsprnyeuthebe postmasters and consuls and foneign ministers and United States district attorneys For that we are here and for that we will strive tilt the election next November Give us office or We die Forever and ever omen The world to say the least Is no better Ulan time church on this subject of silence at the wrotij time In other words is It not time for Christianity to become pronounced and aggressive as never be fore Take sides for God and sobriety and righteousness If the Lord ba God follow Him Have you oppor itIravecoed soul Cheer it Have you a use ful word to speak Speak it Be out nnd out up nnd down for righteousness If your ship is afloat mercylmllg rmhncInto the harbor of Heaven Spook out for God Close up the chapter of lost opportunities nod open n new chapter Before you get to the door on your way out shake hands with some one nnd ask him to join you on uptowith room only for one and that yourself but get the biggest Gospel wagon you can find and pile it full of friends and neighbors and shout till tliey hoar you all up nnd down the skies Come with us and wa will do you good for the lord hrhpromised good concerning Israel TIme opportunity for good which you may ronxlder insignificant may ho tremendous for rcaults as when on the sea Capt Hnldane swore at the ships crew with nn oath that wished them nil in perdition and a Scotch sailor touched Ills enl andsuid Captain lou hears prayer anti wo would be badly off If your wish vro answered Cnpt Haldnne was eon victrd by the Bailors remark nnd Converted became time weans of tha salvation of his brother Robrrt who hind been nn Infidel and then Ilobert becamo n minister of time Gospel n under his ministry the godless VYx Neff became the worldrenowned oils sionary of the cross and the worldly Merle dAubigno becamo tho author of The History of tho Iteformatton and will bo tho glory of tho church for nil ages Perhaps you may do as much as time Scotch sailor who just tipped his cap and used one brokns- entence by which tho earth and tho heavens are still resounding with pt tent influences Do something fur God and do it right away or you will never do it at nil Time flits away fast The whiA WI never remember How soon our life hums Grows old with the year That dies with the next December TIDE GITIZENBEREA KYFEBRUARY 14 1901 TEMPERANCE- Mrs Nation of KniisnsI- reliule to tlie sermon January 2S at Suratopu Street Church Boston by the pn tor ChILI A Crone When police sheriff mayor and governor cowbiuo to nullify a righteous law vo have a state of anarchy It is a virtual dictatorship byexecU tives Benjamin Harrison justly says that it is a monstrous idea that an executive may select such laws as execute and nulli may please him to fy the rest This monstrosity has begotten the fury of a woman of Kansas who has assailed outlaws and criminalH who are protected by the infidelity the unfaithfulness of officers of the law No one approves violence But tell me my friondi what would you do if the sworn officers of the law stood motionless by while your children are assailed and your best rightprotect- ion by lawis being stolon by pro tected criminals I think that you have none of that kind of goodness which will sit silent while such wrongs are committed While I am trying to follow the Prince of peace I still believe with Windell Phillips that a true Christian will spring at the throat of n sin as soon as ho sees it Acid and alkali will fuss when they come together My kind of religion refuses to mix with sin There is a kind as calm as oil You can get it Now note this fact that every excuse you make for the nullification of right eous law is an argument for anarchy Excuse faithless officials and you justify Mrs Nation You will re member that she is assailing nothing but lawbreakers and outlaws whose villiany is coddled and compounded by officials who nullify the law they swore they would enfono Put any label on her you will it is still a fact that since she has appeared upon the landscape the criminals in Kansas have not had a good nights sleep In a state where governor and mayor and sheriff have abdicated for the pleasure of the poisoners of the pub lic she has become a torror to the evildoers You say that is not her place Possibly but it is vacant That is the reason a fanatic can take it When the law is abandoned in favor of criminals when public officials fortify crime and make it safe when law is annulled by politics when executives assume the role of legislature judga and jury and when criminals push their crimes upon a hopeless community which has been forsaken by its sworn protector re sistance is obedience to God But you tell me that Mrs Nation has vio lated the law Has shot Are you familiar with the laws of Kansas She has attacked the pirates of the seas of commerce she has assailed the highwayman of trade andschool and home she has struck at the par asite of human industry she has in deed violated the prudish laws of a dainty conservatism by screaming out against the debauching of the public conscience by pamperedcrime and possibly it is unwomanly to as sail criminals But gentlemen what will you have when men socalled desert their places but not their sal aries and permit the law they swore they would enforce to be regularly and safely broken by the worst element of the community I confess that I am surprised that righteous women are as quiet as they are while being constantly sold out by pol troons and politicians in office who combine withcriminals to defeat the law A slave I pity A rebellious slave I respect The worst Mrs Nation can do in her feeble way is the sublimation of Puritanism compared with the safe nullification of law by its executors Intemperance begets a hereditary disposition to vice The lineage of the notorious Jukes family has been traced to a man who is described as a hunter sometimes a vagrant and always a hard drinker and seven eighths of whose descendants were either paupers or habitual criminals In the thirtieth annual report of the Executive Committee of the Prison Association of New York we find the detailed premises of an estimate that the total loss to society by the crime and shiftlessness of that one family amounted in 76 years to nearly a mil lion dollars WltTi rare exceptions the female descendants of that gener ation of dramdrinkers were alms house pensioners or harlots The mules with still rarer exceptions were theivos vagrants and paupers In view of the fact that so many of the industries of the world are demanding that employees abstain from the use of intoxicants President Jordan of Leland Stand ford Jr University is reported as that before long drinking will politicians CORRESPONDENCE Jackson County Everjjroeu Edward Lakes visited friends Sunday Thadeus Drew visited his mother SundayJohn Amex has found hs lost sheepYour correspondent C J Lakes is clearing up ground and fencing it preparing for cropmaking Thomas Hilliard has rented and moved on the farm belonging to Isa bel Drew John Mathis is suffering from u bullet wound received by accident from Ballard Howards revolver Louis Lukes and brother ore mak ing cross ties which they expect to float to Livingston for sale Mason County Mnysvllle Mrs Alice Darnell entertained the None Such Society Friday evening in grand style Not withstanding the inclemency of the weather most all the members were present and highly enjoyed them selves The Mason County Teachers As sociation held an interesting meeting at the residence of Mrs S W Stevens Saturday morning They will hold their next meeting at Prof Reids home on E 5th St Miss Lola Tabor is quite ill at hor homo on Willet St George Hinton is suffering with la grippoThe many friends of Mrs B II Garrett regret very much that on ac count of the death of her husband sho will make herhome Taris The High School Allumni was do lightfully entertained Saturday even ing by Miss Frances Strawder Prof Reidand Miss Gordon of Newport were present and made some very in teresting remarks Their next plate of meeting will be at Miss Miss Lucille Dinwiddies on Lexington St Mrs Laura Strawder is sickwith la grippo on 6th St Mrs Fannie Lewis is quite ill at homo on Grave S- tMadison County Peytontown Rev I Miller who has been to Lexington on busi ness has returned The family of Wm Phelps are down with the measles Wilmore Gentry grandson of John Gentry died Feb 8 of pnounonia The funeral was at the Cumpbelle grave yard and was conducted by Rev I Miller Throughsickness Rev R Munday was unable to fill his appointment last Sunday at Peytontown Wallaceton Miss ICarrio Wal lace has measles James Gaffneys family is better of the measles Green Gabbard has had something like la grippe Little Maggie and Sheltio Ander son have measles W 0 Anderson who has had the measles is much improved- S P Taylor who has been visiting here will return to his homo in Illi nois in a short time Mrs Dovie Watson of Berea who has been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Ballard returned home SundayJohn Wylie has rented the Ed Smith farm of about 30 acres on White Lick where he intends to move in a short time Mrs Sam Eden was the guest of Mrs Gibb Gaffnoy Saturday and SundayBourbon County MUler burg The la grippo pa tients ore recovering Mrs Nellie Henderson is ablo to be out again Mr James Graham entertained time Hon H A Tandy of Lexington Grand Master of U B F Lodge ThursdayLadies C M E Church willjgire a valentino entertainment Thursday eveningCommencement exercises will be at Christaiu Church Tuesday Di plomas of graduation will bo awarded to Hattie Mayberry Frank P Lewis and Loucilo Jefferson Prof Hatha way of State Normal will present the diplomasMiss Ming and Mr James Myers of Paris woro quietly married last week Mrs Thomas Ulay inprovos slowly her brother of Cincinnati is at her bedsideMiss Libba Hansford hasopened a select school at her home Seo her for terms and send your children Clay County Ogle A mad dog passed through hero Wednesday doing much damage among stock also biting several dogs Noah Hubard of Gooso Creek has moved to tho head of Otter Creek Jason Joues who wont to Oklaho ma about five years ago has returned Mrs Tom Smallwood who hast been ill has recovered Leandor Smallwood Goose Rock has moved to this place T F Clark and wife are visiting relatives at Gooso Rock Moses Jackson of this plaeo has sold out to Henry Mize Bright Sluulo Mrs Mary Mills visited friends in Manchester recent ly Houston Smith has returned to Bright Shade from Knox county whore ho has been working There has been good progress made in the singing school at Mud Lick under tho tuition of James Pen uiugtou Mr PtHiuington commenc ed another school at Mill Creek last weekAlex Means of Ogle paid us a short visit recently Mrs Lucy Smith is recovering health slowly Add Smith hat returned from Pine villo where ho has been working Jasper Smallwood has been a guest at the homo of Miss Nancy SmithOwsley County Ercrsolo Mrs Pleas Moore is very ill at this writing Sheriff Neoly and brother W F Neely started Wednesday for Frank fort with the murderers of Stephen Riley who were sentenced to the State prison for four years W B Combs of Little Buffalo was in our midst Sunday The little daughter of Billio Jen nings who has been very ill with croup is letter Mary Combs visited friends on Buck Creek Saturday and Sunday Jerry Reynolds and son from Per ry Co visited relatives in Owsloy Co Saturday and Sunday Miss Lucy Reynolds and Jennie Gabbard visited relatives on Indian Creek Sunday Success to tho Citizen Gabbnrd Mrs Rachel Duff is on the sick list James Marcum of Boouoville was here last Saturday on business Mr Mayas a very old man of row Creek died last Tuesday- C B Gabbard wont to Boonovillo TuesdayHenry Evans of Moorcs Creek Jackson county was hero last Tues day and Wednesday He had boon on a visit to Breathitt county Mr and Mrs Alex Caudell have a fine new boy at their home L C Roberts has moved to Wolf CreekCordell Roborts of Wolf Creek was at Tallega one day last week James Evorsole of Manchester was hero last week The Citizen always has something interesting for everyono Wo adviso our friends not to drink whiskey or play cards It is always the foundation of trouble Bony Callaham went to Cincinnati Saturday to have his affected eye taken out Ho was accompanied by L F Cole Circuit Conrt adjourned Saturday last after a twoweeks session The greater portion of time time was taken up on trials for murder Six pris oners wore sentenced to tho pen viz Elisha and Elijah Bowlin and two brothers named Mc Intosh each for four years for complicity in murdor App Murrell for seven years and Abo Wilson fifteen years for killing Lewis Mooro Wilson and Murrell aro also indicted for tho killing of James Mooro promptlj pncmtti OR NO m end ttodel iltttkV or photo for frt report on rteIWII11 Itok How V 1 U IfB Ad rentry IbtatudTrdIarl-rue Fllrit offred to laTntiriO rA Ttxl LAwTLpUrmW YCAB rgACTICC THErAlf V Jwrrlce Modem ehtrcei n wrC A SNOW COfi PATENT LAWYERS 0 Opp U 9L Patent Office WASHINGTON Do BK Subscribe for THE CITIZEN THE HOME IRdlleol lij MIH OUAIK J NTOKIX Imtrticdtr lit Dumattlr Science Heron Colics irill FAKMKUS JIOIMJ 11Y RUTH STOK118 BEAKS wit10rIupon make use of knowledge in nil lutes She must bo a mathematician byox pansion sho ij often required to make a garment out of four yards of goods whoa five is the required amount by contraction and transposition she must otter mako two old Irosxes into ono now one tho addition of fractions comes in by being ablo to take tilt fractional parts of Hoverul articles of food of todays dinner and prepare from them a savory and appetizing I dish for tomorrows luncheon She must bo a physician surgeon and trained nurse as sho must know how to administer mniplo remedies she must know what in tho best thing to do fora cut finger a burnt hand a poor little aching head or stubbed too She must be n chemist as she- I trust know about the composition toad nutritive value of foods and tho right way to combine the different foods to produce strong healthy bodies and minds Sho must be an artist hor table must bo a picture in itself ho- cause of the carefully prepared food lI1u81Ilor expects to vote as most hoitsekoop ers find that they huge enough rights already but sho wants to understand politics BO that sho may persuade her husband and train her sons to vote intelligently Shu must bo a must tiatius by systematic planning and arrangement of work them will bu no rush and hurry but all will work together I HO smoothly that to the household tho result will bo sweet und liar inouious lien sphere haw no limit She must bo everything for the sake j of everybody she unit know every- thingi as site must do or direct the doing of everything Until within tho rut few yonw it was thought that every woman was i born with the knowledge of how to keep house and when the time mine ownItake to hou ukeopiug us I naturally as n duck takes to water I People aro now beginning to realise that sotto thought must bo given to this all important subject Domestic science huts steadily hoop gaining grounds for tho last 30 years up to that time it hind received but littlo nt opporlunityition in the household arts There are j schools of cookery and sowing in most of tho largo towns and these studies have been added an industrials to time j course in many of tho agricultural colleges As yet ninny people havo not been made to realize how impor tant it is that they should give as muchattention to the education of their dnughtors in this lion OH they do to the education of thoir sons in any profession which they may choose To be continued Photographs 12 on fancy mounts copied from your photo 30o On buttons lOa each 3 for 25c Send 2 stamps for sample Wm Lorimor Photographer Danville Ky AGENTS WANTED Orders for pits doughnuts and other products of the Cooking School may bo made to Miss Stokes at the Model House- SYAITEDAc1Ia MAN OK Seen CIIAK actcr to deliver end collect In Kentucky for old ctUbllihcd manufacturing whnltMtle hotter rap a ftu lure pay unety more than exrlenr rcqulrud Our reference any bunk In any city KiieloM lfalldnnc itmnfol envelope Maim ficturcra Third Floor alt Dearborn St Chicago THE SCHOOL KilltKt by L WDInsmrfre scan of tho Nor team DoDartmcill Ilona College Kluil and Amount of toad ntr for First School Yiur Our first duty is to become ac quainted with tho child nod his environments If wo are thoughtful toauhurH wo will not rush headlong into tho technique of rending but will dovolo tho first week at least to lessons which will reveal tho homo lifo and experience of our children This is tho time to lot tho child know in sotto way that you are hit friend Above mill help him to become freo mid confident in your preaeiHo This may appear to ho a waste of time but I know that the value of vory future lesson is heightened by this mutual good understanding Tho nod stop must ho to awaken within the child a conscious desiro to road and to explain tho purpose of the lessons which an going to demand so much of his time Thoro arc several wayH to do this 1 have tried the following plan Read to your school u story which they inure never hoard When you reach the interesting climax stop noel tell the children that you havent timo to rood tho rest of tho utory now Auk thorn some question similar to this Would you not like to luarn to read so you could finish this story for I younolft For the child to disiro to road is a Important tttop in tho training Ivory children but a desire for tho kindof raiding is of more im portnnce For if lifter tho child is able to road this newly gotten power dots not open to him the desire to read that which w noble and inspiring we us teachers have failed Our work in quickenrighttomloncius This can lie down partly Iby leading to right clioicoi in their rending This muni be Iwtfiin during time wary first year of till childs school- dn s Tolling stories reading mud reciting poem i to tho children lining mumory nxurciHOH such as II ate lolllnl and song should bea frequent oxurrwo Iud constitute a- very important part of tho childs training in rending for tho first school saysThetho food and nothing fill lies and emptiness it will always ben choice Ixjhvoon time good and tho bad Then how important that tint child from this first tie helped to desire tho right kind of rending Mueh is already muted to LhildronH understand ing but I alHO believe that it in advis able to HouietiniHH give them that which they do not fully understand helpiDont out literature to the children comprehension Lut them feel tho beauty of it and I know from experi once that they sometimes liko that Theylikehelen Hunt JacksonM poems on Oc hoyorultlwmBut a jKxun liko u picture should bo presented as a whole nail never ana first lesson During tho first few weeks of school and all through tho year read to tho children from tho worlds best wri ters Hans Christian Andersen Alice and Phoobo Cury Mary llowott Longfellow Whittier Eugene Fluid Douglas written their bout thoughts for chil dren as wall as for men and women Of course tho teacher who would guide her pupi1 in this field must appreciate that which iN beau tiful in literature When tho child has become sonic what acquainted with tho interesting and beautiful thought to bo ound in hooks and has n desire to bq- ablo to read thom for himself he is then ready for his first reading les soul As tho teacher gathers her children around her for this lesson thingsinThoyIparaINebraska Toachor m BEREA COLLEGE Founded less Places the Best Education in Reach of All Over SK Teachers 700 Students from 20 States Heat College Library in Kentucky NO SALOONS Trade Schools Carpentry Printing Housework Nursing two years Model School General Education and fitting for advanced courses For those tiijjtclcntly advanced to get a teachers certificate Applied Science Two years course with Agriculture for young men and Domestic Science for young ladies Normal CourHo Two yoars with practice teaching Academy Conrno Four years fitting for College for business and Collotfo Cour o Literary Philosophical Classical for life Music Reed Organ Choral freo Vocal Piano Theory We aro horn to help all who will help themselves toward a Christian education Our instruction is a free gift Students pay a small incidental foe to moot expenses of tho school apart from instruction and must also pay for 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 Baptist Congregationalist Disciples Methodists Presbyterians and good pooplo of all denominations For information and friendly advice address tho VicePresident OEO T FAIItOIIILD L L D Beroa Madison Co Ky THE FARM Edited by 8 0 Miton ProfiMor ol UorU culture litre College OPEN DITCHES Soino people without giving any thought to the matter boom to think that an open ditch will servo about the same purpose that an underdrain will in draining tho land But those who have tried both know that an open drain in a field that is cultivat ed from year to year is n nuisanco in plowing and in the uio of the harvest ing machinery Besides it is a waste ofso imichiand and woods and brush aro likely to grow along tho sides took will tramp in them and tho sides cave in and withal an eyesore to every farmer of any business tact Further they serve to carry away time fertility of time farm If the land is liable to a flow of water more than a largo tile drain willreadily take up it is better to lay tho tilo drain loop enough so Hi to carry tho water of all of all ordinary rains and then leave tho surface depressed above tho tile drain wido enough to carry tho overflow water but sloped HO that tho surface may bo cultivate or pattted over without tummy trouble in tho uao of farm machinery In most instances will bo found that open ditches may bo replacedwith tilo drain of sufficient capacity to carry tho water likely to como to como to them which onco done and well done is a permanent improve provoIj come Drainage Journal TILE DRAINING TUB FOUNDATION If 1 woro Intending to buy a farm that had a heavy soil a cluy or clay loam such as are moat beuofittcd by tilo draining and if two farms were respectsjtho other not with a price of 50 an aero on tho ono not drained and SdO on tho other I would unhesitatingly take tho other I would doit if I had downIpayoution moro then havo itomuthing bettor when I i got through But this statement needs some qunlifying It goes without saying that if I bought such a fan oven to keep stock on to make that a loading feature and if tho land was rwiROus lily adapted for tillage that in was not hilly that I should want in Ohio i say to grow clover wheat and corn And if intending to put In such crops I should want conditions right for raising a largo paying crop This U tho way I fool after ninny years ex pcritnco in draining and with drained lands and aftor hearing much from others who have drained Again if I bought a clay farm I would run iu debt for money to drain it all thoroughly as far an it was to ho plowed and as fast as it was plowed I would not breakup a Held without first dminig it As my friend William Strong InysIII would plant tiles before planting a crop every time I am not sort of on the once in this matter or half hearted but Iwould do it or let the farm alone I would do it with a fooling of moro certainty that I would got my pay than I had when I gave tho money for the laud itslf As ono good friend expressed it at an institute last winter Goad farming is thrown away on wet land It is too much a matter of luck And still when I am asked an I often am whether I would advise any ono to I go iu debt for tiles I dare not say yes because so much depends upon I tho man whether ho will follow up his draining with good farming that will bring tho money out of his vent ure and again whether tho draining will be thoroughly woll done or whether it will soon bo practically of littlo valuo Tile draining is simply tho foundation next to tho farm it self of all good profitable farming on land that need H it I wish I could grindthis into ovory reader who lilts question TorryinTo Whom it may Concern This is to cortlly that we have investigated Messrs Chas L Pot tis Co Buyers of country pro duco 401 Duane Street New Yorkand find them to bo worthy of all credit and financially able to fulfill any contract that they might makeandcheerfully recommend 1 them to all dealers in produce as a sound financial house to sell to Yours truly DANIELS COMPANY Bankers BroadwaySl1pt28 92701 Special chance to prep re for Teachers Examination in Spring Term beginning March 13 r r