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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r Rev JOHN DODWELL Wllli Strung Stiff of Editors rropnndn ts ManagerT Hf3 CAnllndependentWeeklEntrrttl al tin Iottvjlct daft mattmatter at Bart VOL II A Family Paper REKKA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MARCH 6 1001 Fifty cents a year NO 37 JIDEAS Scok yo and his righteousneasBllrto- Never daub withjiutompered mor tar or buildrwith wind ehakem timber it id too costly The bout only is goal enough Thousands of men will clear moro laud build bolter fences raise morn and butler stock work harder this season in order that they limy rend n son or daughter to Heron lWill you I If uot your family will full behind Take Notice i Spring Term of Hcroa College opons at 8 oclock Wednesday morn tag Mar 13 There is now a good and toady mnrketfor homespun linen cloth nt Heron If you want to make money during your idio hours at tho fireside put in a good crop of flax this spring Special instruction in gardening for both young mon and young la dies willlbe given by Prof Mason in tho Spring Term Mr Gordon of Cleveland 0 one of the greatest workers in the Interna tional Young Mens Uhriatnin Awio elation will bo in Beret Mar 27th and 28th Be Uuro to study tho temperance map on page three Bo surolto rend Mr Allens oration on thojMounlain Farmer Miss Cnld wolls essay on Skill in th T Kitchen On Sunday Morning at First Cburch of Boreu the subject will ho An EfHicient Church at night Jo uahs Whale Jamil Kindred Uillicul ties Tho second pogo of thin Iwue has an illustrated account of the Inaug uration last Monday next week wo may give tho nddresnos of Ires Me Kiuley and Vice Ires Roosevelt on the occasion FROM THE WIDE WORLD As the result of a planned revolu Lion in Macedonia against tho Sul In of Turkey GOOD persons will bo banished to unhealthy provinces in Arabia Tho loaders will bo oxo cutcd Commissioner llockhill is to convoy to tho Foreign Minister in Chi na tho wish of the President of th- eit5 that there bo no further unuoo bloodshed Gen Do Wet has failed to cross tho Orango River IK OUR OWl COOBTR- TWui M Evarts a noted statesman and twice tnombor of the Cabinet died at his homo in Now York City Fob 23 aged 83 years Brig GOD James II Wilson and Fitz Hugh Loo have boon placed on- t tho retired list Tho National Association ofSchcol Superintendents adopted tho report of Committee on Alcohol stating that no authority exists that alcohol is a food Tho producers and refiners of oil havo agreed that all crude oil is to bo uniformTho Military Officers now in the Philippines have been ordered homoThe odious stamp war tax is about to bo abolished Few documents now will noel stamps Tho bill at passed by Senate and House takes effect July 1 COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Since tho CITIZEN has boon tolling tho people tho truth about tho decoptioii tyranny and immoralities of the Latter Day Saints the Mormon mission trios havo been loss active in Kentucky Tho Barbourvillo Millitary Co will sue tho L it N Kairond for damages on account of lack of accommodation on thoir trip to the inauguration of Gov Dockham John Securest of Grant County 4has returned from tho Klondike with 100000 to pay up old debts Miss Lucy Colson daughter of tho Into Judge Colson of Middlcboro whilo on a visit to Chni Herds last week was aroused by tho eutrauco of a burglor she seized a revolver and fired throe shots at him as ho made his escape Chas Pridornoro was killed and Miko Welch was seriously wounded in a drunken brawl at tho Quarter House a notorious blind tiger in Middleboro Locals Edwin Fee of Clarks- burg Jnd is hero on a visit to his sister Mrs Kmbroo Claude Suhrnm is visiting his parents in Flint Mich but will return for tho for Spring term Rev GeoAmoH oo cupiod thu pulpit lit tho Baptist Church Sunday last Dr Cornelius re ports tho general health of the com munily very much improved Hurrah for the Farmers Course Our Agricultural Department is attracting moro attention This Spring there is a special Course in Gardening for both young men and young ladies bylaborSix states were repreHontwl nt the closing exhibition of tho winter terns Fee Parks a former Boron student is iiowj working at G2 NelhaniH Ave Lexington Ky Chas Napier and Gee Wells of Cartersvillo Ky aro visiting friends here Mr Napier will enter College tho Spring Term Mrs W B Willoughby willroo open hor millinery establishment about April Rev W II Crowd us of Ashlnnd yisiled his dnughtcr who isattending college horelast Thurnday The Phi Delta Literary Society celebrated their receut victory by u spread in thoir hull Friday night Mrs Ar1iNh goes to Cincinnati this week to attcndithelSpriug Millin ery opening andto purchase stock Mrs S C Mason has not left tho Ilospitalyet Time changeable weather has not been good forher rheumatism J L Jones and Miss Hcttio Lukes a former student of Berea College were married in Ilichmond t Thurs lily Mrs Julia Hunting has nearly re gained her usual health and hopes to do full work inthe school the coming tern Jacob Laswell and sister students in thoCollt gewero called home last week byth sudden illness oflthcir mother Sanford Harriaon ago 25 son of Manill Harrison of Boron died of con sumption Saturday night Burial at Korby Knob Sunday J M Early on his trip to Northern Ind enjoyed 20 belowzoro weather with an abundance of fine sleighing His noico MisalOia Early accompaui cdhiui home- Theparonts of Prof Raymondac companied by thcirdaughtor arrived in Boron Friday They will make thcirhomohore Mr Raymond Sr is 79 years of ago Thirteen persons woro admitted to membership in the First Church of Boron last Sunday fourbyj baptism three by letter and six by tho Wayside Covenant SincofJan 1 S3Jpersons havo united with this Church Bores Collgo has had a great over flow of students thiswinter The people aro coming to value education more Four boys came on foot distan ces ranging from80 to 125 miles Christian Register Tho Annual Collection for the American Missionary Association will bo taken at First Church on Mar 17 Donations ought to be liberal for Bo rea is indebted to the A M A for help in her lily of need Press of matter and lack of space obliges us to omit for this week tho continuation of tho valuable article in the Homo Department Utilizing tho Loft Overs Look for it in our next issue Tho College Library has received some 600 important now books this term Among them wo notice tho Pictorial History of Americas Now Possessions tho Isth ninn Canals and tho Problem ofExpausion by Murat Halsted a valuable timely work It is worthy of note that notwith standing tho provolanco of measles la grippe and pneumonia in tho comma try generally with n number of deaths attending that not one fatal caso has transpired among tho 800 null upwards of students and persons connected with Boron College Tho Owcutou News says We have in Ovvouton 113 boys from ton to twenty years old who by reason of cigarette smoking have not enough sense to talk coherently Madison County C E Newman and W M Shelby managers of a forco of salesmen for Gifford Mabio d Co Chciago wore arrested in Richmond last week on a chargo of peddling without license Judge Million on Wednesday ap pointed Mess Walter Bennett John 0 Hoiulron and B F Crooke a com mittee to redistrict Madison county according to n recent order of tho County Court- MayorlSmitb of Richmond is in communication with parties in Indi ana desiring to start a canning fac tory in Richmond Putitagrapb Tho Richmond Water and Light Company will in tho early spring erect it is reported an electric light plant Register Tho Beren Paint Lick and Lancas ter Telephone Company is extend ing its line from Kirksville to the mouth of Paint Lick Creek Mr Dan J Daugherty who for years has been Superintendent of the Richmond Water and Light Co has resigned Jiis position and will locate in Louisville to engage in business How About Thu hairiIs Rich mond to havo a fair this year was naked of the writer Wednesday So far there has been no stop taken in this matter by our citizens and tho question is stilljn tho tbalanco SAW MILL for SALE A twelve horse power engine mountedon wheels and a Handy Saw Mill and Grist Mill combined all in good ori dor at prices to suit the times Call on or address J W Lambert Con way Ky 821 A B C or or B Term For Every an army of people to prepare for examinations for teachers certificates Some have certificates havo run some wish to got a grade and somo are to make thoir first For many years it has been well understood that the men and fitted nt stood a chance than any at these examinations This year now Dean of Normal will take special pains with class es which are fitting for these examinations intending that no student shall fail to secure a With such ablo us Mrs Hunting Mrs Yocum Mrs Putnam and ho will bo pretty sure to succeed with all who have and A number ofspecial review classes bo form ed each in of a teacher who is a real specialist in that particular branch And every week ther will be a play examination so that when tho come to tho real ox thoy will know just how it will bon Prize Bibles As is well known all students have a lesson in the once a week outside of the Sunday school instruction so that wo have five great bible classes besides the classes in thojModol gentleman in New York city who lives in tho same as Roosevelt has promised to give a bible of the best type and helpstobible classes who the greatest dilligenco and in bible work the Spring Term All our young start even in this race who will be the winner Close of Winter With the splendid exhibition last night closed the most successful term has ever known Nearly 700 students have boon in attendance tho work in all the classes has been enthusiastic and thorough and we have had the of a great revival of The number of visit ors has been great including Dr Vin cent Dr Young Prof Favour Rev Anna Shaw Brother Thomson Mr Gamble tho singer Miss Goldsmith Dr Barton ROY James Bond and several others It is an education for our young people to see and hear such people as these Mr Gordon Dr Mayo and many others will be hero in the spring Tho Exhibition was in every way Tho was printed i tho CITIZEN last week This week we print of tho pieces and we shall use still others later Chest of Tools The beautiful and useful set of tools shown in this piotur will soon be seen in Borea Thoy nro offered by the great Louisville Hardware Firm of W Bolkuap Co to tho young man boy in the A Grammar school who shows tho greatest dilligonco and in the Sloydwork during tho Spring Teachers Examination spring young begin which out higher attempt young young ladles Berea hotter others Professor Dinsmore the tho Department the students Baron good certificate assistants others brains application will charge voting people amination Berea Bible Schools- A neighborhood Theodore shows improvement during people Term Berea College inspiration religion distinguished good program two improvement THE TOP OF THE MOUNTAIN If you want to get a broad view and see how the country lies in all directions you must go to the top oj the mountain It is fine to bo half way up on one side You get a good view there but it is only a partial onesided view It is very fine to stand on some foothill or lower knob but after all you do not see half what you might see from the top of the realmount aria And so it is with schools lilt pays to attend almost any school but it pays far hotter to attend a school that is liko tho real mountain top If you are going to leave your home and make ajournoy and pay board by all mOODS go a little farther or a good deal farther if necessary and attend a mountain top school whore there are many teachers stu countrYllecturersthe library apparatus music and general advantages that can be had nowhere else c CHANGE OF FIRM MITCHELLnow firm will exert all of its ability in trying to please LARGESTSTOCKin this city OUR AIM Is to give good merchandise at a reasonable price and wo Clothingthe way of Suits Overcoats Extra Pants Hats Mens vigorandpresentseasonMerchantTailoringmay want COYINGTON BAN- KSRichrnond Kv Meat Market I have Good Fresh Beefor Porkconstantly on hand at popular prices- Blacksmithing done at the same standat lowest rates for good workP REYNOLDS Dpot St- 1uS01 Ea B McCOY Dentist Berea Kentucky Center Street Art Gallery C I 000 Proprietor Uptodate Photos Nothing but the best finish at the low est price WANTED Capable reliable person In erery county to large company of solid finan clal reputation 938 salary per year payable weekly Iper day sheolutelyaure and all espen ICE straight bonaflde definite salary no com expensenHOUSE 334 OBIBBOBM ST CHICAGO 207 60 YEAR EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHT Ac Anon sending a lkelrb end dCrtlltlnn mar anlunnllnnUonatrtctltconedenltalIlmdbookonPatentsrent receivepftScientific Americanhandsomely Illustrated weetl largest err n of any irlentlOo Journal Terms M a i 7iiB IDO YOU SEE CLEAR IP1 trot YOU MAY T A ROBINSON J Jeweler and Optician JMain Street Brea KyiAYeFREEJyou enable you to see clearly Robinson sells Fine Jewelry and Nice Novelties Robinson sets your time correct Take your crippled clock or walch to him Attention Kentucky Teachers I The is a necessity for every teacher who wishes to save time The best pen made is the Parker Jolnfless Fountain Pen It has NO EQUAL l You can order it by mail from College Book Store Every pen WARRANTED and can either be exchanged or money satisfactoryWrite forj Books and Statlonary- promptly filled PerryJF Shrock Burba Ky Jnne2719t11- t J C MORGAN SurgeryOQfoe 1 mod P M National Bank Building Richmond Ky J Hand Forged Razor Steel Blades Bile Tt fiend DI 243 Dent clamp and wt will mall you a kaUt the ZMI else of this picture it hl dBndIand reaUaoceueral1yct73ctibut tojpt you to try than we wilt wuJ you one for 13 34Zcent Stamps Your U wauU a MIKAIIH iwe will Sail her pair of inch razor itt lihcan lot 60 ct or sotwo ct stamps We hove an 80 page- uluetrated we WW man you free U you oak for It Address M AnHB A OROSU oo 00 Ia11Oll1e Toledo Ohio and mention the entree CLEANING UP SALE of Winter Goods lathDuringFoltBootsWinter Caps Work Shirts and Glove every thing In Winter Goods will be sold at Special Cut Prices GoodsShouldbe our pleasure to show you our goods and give you prices W e will Seiveryou iMonevThanking you for past patronage and soliciting your futuro demands Wx ABX RKSPEOTTDLLT WEST MAIN FountainPen positively Douglas Bros IWESTSTREET Riohmand Kv STREET BEREA COLLEGE SPRING TERM OPENS MARCH 13 1901 t 7 Inauguration Day March 4 1901 Will Be a Great Day In the History ol Washington How President McKinley Will Take the Oath of Offlo Vice President Roosevelt Reception by the Senate 6Grand Parade and Gorgeous Inaugural Ball ilrilOUUII the people of Wash A Ington have no part In the election of a president and vice president they have a large part in the ceremony of Inaugurating them For this reason the subject of the second inauguration of Presi dent William McKinley has excited the greatest interest there eves since last November Work of pre paring and arranging the inaugural ccrmonles and parade is given entirely in the hands of a committee of citizens of the district The fund to defray the expenses of the Inauguration parades decora Hens etc is raised by subscription among citizens of Washington with the understanding that it is to be V r Just In from the Country refunded from the receipts of the inaugural ball Everything so fa as ceremonies parades and fireworks go is free except the ball Tickets for this function cost five dollars each and there are no deadheads or invited guests outside the presiden tial party Even the committeemen buy their tickets Congress pays the expense of erecting the stand in front of the capitol on which the president takes the oath of office and also the ex tenses incurred for the ceremonies William in the senate chamber and tune congressional committees but all other money required Is advanced by cit izens of the district and it is a good investment for it not only brings crowds to Washington to spend their money here but the subscriptions have always been paid back in full and a surplus has been left over IKAlKitlltATIOV DAY Concrete Could ChaDire Its Date by a Simple Heiolntlon Every four years objections are made that March 4 Is usually too in clement to make the outdoor inaug ural display a complete success It is not generally known that the fathers of the republic Intended April 30 to be the day of Inauguration but the congress of the confederation in 1788 fixed upon a given Wednesday for the next inauguration and that day being the 4th of March each suc ceeding candidate has gone into office on the subsequent quadrennial anniversary The popular irapres lion that March 4 is established by the constitution as inauguration day Is erroneous und any congress could decree a change to April 30 And long as the public seems to desire a public show whenever a new presi dent assumes office such a change would do away with considerable ex posure andsubsequent illness CltOWDS OF SIGHTSEERS They Come trop Everywhere to lIt lifr Patriotic Curloalty Conservative estimates place the number of people who will witness the inauguration of President Me Kinley and gaze upon the great inau gural parade at 500000 All Washington will be on hand to lend cheers and 200000 visitors will yell them selves hoarse In short Monday March 4 1901 promises to be a real red letter day in the history of the national capitol for no Inauguration In the history of the republic has at tracted so much popular attention as that of the Ohio statesman who at noon of that day will become the ex ecutive head of the nation for an other term of four years Compared with the coronation exercises of Eu ropean monarchs our Inauguration ceremonies are a trifle flat Uncle Sam furnishes the dramatis personae for the Inauguration show but when It comes to pay for the staging he is to use a slang phrase not In it The expense as has al ready been stated Is borne by the business men of Washington who months prior to Inauguration day raise a large guarantee fund to de fray the cost of the grand pageant on Pennsylvania avenue relying for reimbursement on the thousands of mnIlionstriotic curiosity As the raising of proverd a very difficult task it Is to be presumed that the merchants and hotel keepers realize a handsome profit on their Investment TilE NATIONAL CAIITOL 0nlr tee Favored Few Can ialnAd uilliloa un Starch I Visitors who expect to enter the capitol building on March 4 to witness the demise of the Fiftysixth congress will be disappointed unless I President McKinley they should be awe 10 secure cards of admission signed by the sergeant atarms of the United States senate Every door of the great building will caritolhas positive orders to preventthe ad mission of anyone not properly certi fied as authorized to enter Members of the senate and house of represen tatives are given a certain number of cards of admission for themselves their families and their friends and each representative of a prominent newspaper who has the privilege of the press galleries is given a special card of admission for himself and a woman writer whom he may desire to have there as his assistant to de scribe the appearance and costumes maybebers of the diplomatic corps the justices of the supreme court and the cabinet officers and their families and you have a complete list of the occupants of the capitol on March 4 Should tbe regulations governing ad r mirixtiin DC ItHM stringent such un wieldy irowils winilil throng the lob Ides Mint the completion of public business and the maintenance of dignity and order would be out of tin question IN TUB 8KXATI3 WING It Will Attract tIthe Illitln arolihed Vlaltorn Although the house of representa tives remains in session until noon on March 4 when It adjourns sine die nobody can be seen in the house wing of the capitol except the repre sentatives and the regular employes of the house All interest editors In the senate because the ceremonies preceding and leading up to the In uuguratlou are held In the senate chamber Although the senate prnc the Oath of tlcally concludes all of the business before it by 11 oclock on the 4th of March It Is required to be In session and actively at work until the hour of noon when the terms of ninny of the senators expire President Mc Klnley sits in the magnificent room set apart for the chief magistrate known as the presidents room either approving or rejecting such bills ns may be brought to him for his signature for any bill which tolls to receive the signature of the presi dent before noon of March 4 although it may have passed both houses of congress cannot become a law There would not be sufficient time for bills to be sent from the capitol to the white house for the approval of the president and have them returned to the senate In time and therefore In conformity with usage President McKinley will be on hand in the presidents room by 11 oclock In order to complete such legislation as may be of great na tional Importance THE TWO STAR ACTOItS Will Be Received liy the Senate In Due and Anclcnl Form While the senate and house are in early session concluding their la bore President McKinley and his es cort will pass down avenue from the white house to the capitol and thousands of people on the sidewalks will witness this pre liminary parade Meantime the priv ileged few are thronging the galleries and crowding the corridors of the senate The members of the di plomatic corps consisting of the rep resentatives of nil nations many of them in gorgeous costumes are as signed seats on the righthand side of the senate chamber all of the sen ators having massed themselves on the left of the vice president Scats are also assigned to the chief justice and associate justices of the supreme court to the speaker and members of the house of to guests and to all persons who are authorized to have the privilege of the floor of the senate either by reason of past services or because they have received the thanks of congress for some service of merit Shortly before noon by the senate clock President McKinley leaves the presidents room and enters the main door of the senate chamber The doorkeeper appears in the main aisle addresses the vice president pro tern and announces The president and of the United States President Mc down the aisle and takes a sent directly In front of the acting vice president When the son ate clock points to noon Vice Presi dent Jloosevelt enters the chamber and ascends the steps to the vice presidents platform hTilE VICE PIIKSinEVT President Pro Trin Frye Will Ad mlnUtrr Oath to Mr ItoonrvcU The ceremonies attending the in troduction of the vice president Into his office are very simple When Mr Roosevelt has ascended the platform Senator Frye temporary president of the senate reaches forth his right hand to greet the vice president elect and then administers to him the oath of office After having performed this let he assumes the gavel raps once and announces The senate is adjourned klne die ThU ends the rer cmony unless a special Kesilon of the senate has been called by the retiring president as was the ease right years ago Should the Mime thing be done this year Vice President Roosevelt would assume the gavel after Senator Frycs retirement rap once and announce The senate will be In order lie would then state The senator elect for the congress will come forward and receive the oath of ofllce Immediately thereafter one third of the members of the senate who have been reelected or men who have been elected to take the place of those whose terms have expired would approach the vice president and train him receive the oath of office Ad journment would then be had After adjournment the senators and nil the President McKinley Taking OfficeoI Pennsylvania representatives distinguished presidentelect Kinleywalks Klftyseventh occijjatitt if it Senate il timber and the gaicrt Il lIID rrju orderand proceed ti il e at front of the capitol At they rinrrgr from till great bronze doors from the rotunda they step upon a platform which hat been built over the magnificent tsar ble steps extending nearly 200 feet upon the grand plaza TAI IU HIM ICOMI OATH The Muil Iniprrolrr and Illunlded Kvrul of the Day And then occurs the great event of the day Clear out Into the front and facing the vait multitude of loyal spec tators President William MoKlnlry goes with the chief justice of the Unit ed States and there In the pretence of the representatives of the American people receives the oath of hll ex alted ofllce The oath having beeu administered Irvkldent McKlnley pro ceeds to deliver his Inaugural address and the United States of America has an official heat for another term of rlltnonrIscountrybutattended with less friction While the ceremony is as has been said extremely simple it has never failed to Impress foreigners who have readily admitted time and again that in genuine Im presslveness It surpasses till gorgeout ceremonials of royal and Imperial cor onations because It enlists the sympathy of the common people Instead of pointing out social inequalities and bleIMcKinley four years ago but the milk of human kindness pours If I may use the ex pression from the hearts of your of ficials and front the great hearts of your people Such simplicity Is synonymous with loyalty patriotism and Christianity AT Till WHITE I1OIKI After the HcvlriT Pmhlrnt MrKln Iry rake Formal Iumriilon Immediately after the pretldent has delivered his Inaugural address he en The Grand Parade ters a carriage nni rites up Pennsylvania avenue In ince of the great procession and Ida place on a Und In front of ilie white house where he reviews the gorgeous pro cession as It pauses before him Four years ago exlresident Cleveland occu pied a clinic on the right of President McKinley who stands for three or foul hours In full view of the passing civil and military organizations AH the various band of music plus the north front of the treasury building they cease their imislu but when a few moments later they come within about 80 yards of the reviewing stand they strike up Hall to the Chief Tin color bearers dip their tings us they pus the president and the men In the ranks of the civic organizations give vent to cheers The military march past silently nil the while keeping eyes front as they pass In review before the coiiimumler In chief of the army and navy When the last organi sation has passed President McKinley enters the white house and once more takes possession of the mansion which will be his home 10ronol111r four ura TIII GIIIAr IOAnum Moil Putout oollbr IUHUK ralliin Crrriiiiinlei To the average visitor tho grand attrlletllllliolthat COOOO men will march down Pennsylvania avenue on March 4 Tim commander of tide great procession linn decided to start the parade Immediately on tile con elusion of the Inauguration ceremony proper This pn ratio will be illxmUscil nt Washington circle instead of thr white house us lorlllerlIIn1 till commander expects that the proces sion will be able to pass at tho rate of 13000 tin hour Twentyfour flirt of Ithereen route The first division will be divided Into throe brl llIleK the tire Stuh1troollIthe national guard of Pennsylvania and the third of the notional guards of other states headed by their go crnoni and their staffs their place line being assigned liS follows Del aware PeniiHylviinln New Jersey Georgia Connecticut Massachusetts Maryland South Carolina New Ilamp shire Virginia New York North Caro lina Ithodc Island Vermont Kentucky Tennessee Ohio Louisiana In diana Mississippi Illinois Alnbnma Maine Missouri ArkuiiHaH Michigan Florida Texas Town Wisconsin Cali fornia Minnesota Oregon KatimiH West Virginia Nevada Nebraska Colorado North Dakota South Da kola Montana Washington Idaho Wyoming and Utah Thin assignment is based on the date of the adoption of the ooiiNtltutlon by the original 13 states timid with reference to the ad million of tin other to this union IATIIIOTIG IIICClIITIUII Penni Ivnnln Avrunr to tic a Mesa nt Flag and IIl1nllnIThe decorations on Pennsylvania aienun will be quite artistic lId no reviewing stands will be erlch1 where they might mar the appearance of the and Imperil the liven of spectators In former years Bland were erected wherever fancy or greed dictated and parts of the avenue looked like the main street of u country village on circus tiny ThU year stands will not only be less numerous but they will be neatly decorated and placed In nooks where they cannot of Sting governors and these the various tttate delegations will be naked to dec orate and Illuminate The details of the decorations Lave been carefully supervised by the committee on dec orations and public comfort to Insure good taste and harmony In the mass ing of color Prices for seats from which to see the parade on Inauguration tiny will not be within the reach of nil The best seats on the reviewing Ktnniln will cost just ns much as tickets to the augural bnll5 each There will be some nt each others at 3 250 and 2 and n large number at SUO On an average If the parade is an hour In passing a good chance to see It will cost about the cents a minute One thousand clerks of the treasury de pa milit hove bought seats on one staled lit 150 cadre About 0000 will be spout tin the court of honor timid the four reviewing xtnndn In Penmiylvntila nvunue The presidential box on his reviewing stuns will be Inclosed with glass Thirtyeight columns will be erected In tho white house groundx following the line of the Hcmlvlrcular driveway In train the PcniiNylvniiln nveiuo gates The reviewing stands will be built and conducted by the In auguration committee Tim INAUUUIIAL IIATT Only Function fur Wbleh AduiUitoa Fee l Charged As In years gone by inauguration day will close with a grand ball which as tar as display goes will be Incom parable although society may re fuse to look upon It as a real tune lion Any respectable citizen who Is willing to upend ten dollars for ticket can take part In the ball with his wife or sweetheart It Is estimated that 10 000 tickets will be sold this year Now gowns to be worn on title occasion uurrlago hlro flowers etc will cause an expenditure of at least 1500000 so that title ball will the most expen At the Inaugural Dill slve and elaborate social display of this decade The ball will be held In the court of the pension office building President and Mrs McKlnley will oc cupy the three rooms of the commis stoner of pensions on the second hoar and the vice pre ldent and diplomatic corps adjoining apartments 1111 sup jicrrooms will occupy the entire north iiide of the building The dressing room will be provided with every ne rtmtty of the toilet end 12000 hat and cloak boxes will be In charge of a num her of employes from the Washington post ofllce All thou details have been suggested by the chairman of the committee en the Inauguration re ception Amonp the distinguished guest at the ball will bo tho gentle I VicePresident Theodore Roosevelt thoroughfare 11111nlong urea composing the presidents cab inet and their wives and daughters HALLS IX Till PAST Flret One Was Olen la honor of + President Madison The music for the ball will be fur melted by hundreds of musicians The president and his info will visit the scene and hold a reception tboutrhjthe days have gone by when theI j ever since James MndUon was inducted Into oilier except for the fact that Frank lin Pierce was passed by because no body cored to get up a ball for him and Rutherford II Ilnyc was similarly prnltlenlsdanclestablish his title until so short a time opportunityto Land in fact no one knew for awhile whether he could be inaugurated with out the assistance of balls of a more solid character than those now held la the pardon offica I u TEMPERANCE MAP OF KENTUCKYVo tiro glmll Indeed to give our renders this week it inup showing tilt present couilitluti of temperance laws iu Kentuc ky Tho fortywvon whito couu ties contain no legalized sa loon Sovon counties contaiu no prohibition territory The black equnrtR indicate saloons WI county seals The black dots indicnto snlooim elsewhere in the counties Tho white spots in black counties indcato prohi bition prccinctn For the coun ties without legalized saloons wo coo truthfully say that the laws against liquor mlliig are as well enforced as are the laws agaiutit theft or murder nod the good results which follow uro unquestioned The money that would go tothomiloou8 gown for ho payment of honest debts and the proper support of families llrml11I0lltthe county mid state richer i l 6 1 r t 0 N 6 AYL = cA51Y N K CLAYleast a y1 LS1 RGPO w Lr i CMnLSTANWAR r 0 t l W coos t4 ee COUNTY SEAT od0v Town c r Maj Theodore Winthrops Story Horses Hunting and Adventures in the West CIIAITI2II XVI AltMSTltONO AN AVKNOBK OF BLOOD I awoke In the solemn quiet dawn of tho next morning with my fore bodings of ill gone and la their stead what could not but deem a baseless hopefulness for our new friends welfare Brent did not bare It JIll usual gay tnatlnsong won dumb Ha cow ered chilled and spiritless by our campfire was tin idle ceremony to both Wo sat anti looked at each other mil began to inc This would not do I left my friend sitting unnerved and and walked to the mull rldcn camp Jake Shnmhcrlaln was already stir BrigandShatThere are two grig to every blade of grass from Icho Canon to the South Pass and yet every one sings anti skips as gay if merriment make the desert a meadow You astir early after the ball Jake said Kf wall till the gals In the train to polky round I shant git tny men away nayry time They nlluz burr to guts like nil young fellers Well haul off jest soon as youre rradyWe are ready I said I made our packs and saddled the mustangs Come Brent said I shaking him by the shoulder start old fellow ride will rouse you lie obeyed and mounted lie was quite cowed and helpless I did not know my brave cheerful friend In this weak being He seemed to m- ea old and dreary as Mr Clltheroc Love must needs have taken a very cruel clutch upon his heart In deed to the delicate nature of such t man love is either life of life or u blight worse than death Half n mile from the train were time cattle quietly in a black mass like a herd of buffalo There was not ono man out of our own party to beaten Where are their Jake said Too much spree for good watch says he- Elder Slzzum ought to look sharp er lies a primo leader But he tuk dance argec and faro last night with a perfect I dunno whats come over Slzzum been n great nposslus maybe too much for him Buf thru he knows ther aint no Utcn round here to stampede his animals or run off any of his gals Both cr you men could have got you a wife apiece last night and ben twenty miles on the way aid nobody the III wiser Now boys he olive with them mules I want to be off Where nre Smith and Itoblnson 1 naked missing limo two gamblers sit started Let Vm slide cuss cm said Jake Taint my to call em up and fetch Vm hot water nod black their hoots They moved camp owny from us over Into time brush by you Reckon they was feared some on tin would be goin halves with em in the pile they raked oft Inst night Let m slide the durn ripper bits Every man for himself I any They snaked me to the figures of a slug at their oheaiin game an tl 1W Uau dq Ittaa tea il tio Inuofit in money U but tho Hiiullfit put Iu tho counties whtrothorojiH uo licensed saloon tho civil nod criminal prosecutions nreliless than in other counties and tho gmieral prosji rity of schooli and ch dIttive local option law and n very temperance semi Itniunt TheroliM no reason why we should not push oil for the entiro redumption of thorttl1to Thin factlmust bo faced nut reckoned with There is a great dealofinonny iu time licjiiorlbiiriincsa and there unprincipled men hokuowltlmtifthi y can start u Hiloouon the sly or by takingltho temperance people uutiwaieH und securing the o thou local option law III till precinct or county they can soon enrich tliuinnovuHiii the s1Nile of their neighbors Wo mist there re expect that them will uhxHyttbi these sneak big sellers to contend with and rewpectablo dti ziiiH tiniHt iimko up their minds tc devote u sufficient keepingIona SrtN Nllrfh GRh zowoy0 fit LrT6tn I4n4- O y MONPOC or Great Breakfast dlspair Infect puriu as would begins All Your feeding sentinels looseness as business now- tkSx strong rupual liquor to pie tot we VitafI gave oD8 more look at the cara Tan we had seen winding so Ixaull fully down on the plain no longer ago titan yesterday evening Ilosy morning brightened on every wagon of the great ellipse Not a soul was to be seen of all their tenants I recognised Mr Cllthexoos habitation al time farther end That too had the same deserted air al- It the sad pair who dwelt In It had wandered away Into the desert by night Urunt would not turn He kept Ills haggard face bent eastward toward the horizon where an angry sunrise began to thrust out the quiet iiuitii of dawn We rode steadily on through the cool haze and then through the warm sunny haze of that October morning llrent hardly uttered word He left me the whole task of driving our horses A difficult task this morning Their rest and feast of yesterday had put Pumps and Fu lano In high spirits had my hands Lull to keep them in the track We hal ridden some eighteen miles when theist fell back out of the dust of our march nail beckoned me Jllck1IlId he I have hail enough of this He grew more like himself as he poke I was crushed and cowardly last night and this morning he contin ued For the first time In my life my hope and judgment failed me to ether You must despise me for giv lag up and quitting Miss Cllthcroc My dear boy said I hive were partners In our despair Mine Is gone have made up my mind I will not leave her I will ride on with you to the South Pass That will give the caravan a start so that can follow unobserved Then I will follow and let her know in sotiip wiiy that she linn n friend with in call the must be sired sooner or later whether she will or no Love or no love such a woman shall not be left to will herself dend rather than fall Into the hands of a benst like Slzzum I have no mission you know and he smiled drearily I make one now I can not fight the good light against villlony and brut Inhnesx anyhcre better than here When I got Into the valley I will camp down at Jakes can keep my courage up hunting grlzzlys until she wants me Perhaps I may find aid dulph there still Whcit do you old fellow I am bound to you for tho Will you forgive me for leaving you You will find it herd work to leave youInMy dear friend my brother We took hands on this Our close friendship passel Into completed brotherhood Doubts anti scruples vanished We gave ourselves to our We will save her John said She Is my sister from this moment Ills face lighted up with time beauty of his boyish days Ho straightened himself In his saddle gave his fair forIgayety Icnrt non glungcl to the heat of his mustangs hoofs We were riding at the bottom of n little hollow Time dusty trail across the unfcnccd wilderness worn smooth and broad as a turnpike by time march of myriad caravans climbed up the slopes before and behind us like the wake of ship between surges The mall train had disappeared over the ridge Our hones hind gone with it Brent amid were alone as If the world held no other tcimnta Suddenly we heard the rush of a bonenua sifter atv Tho prico of liberty is eternal vigilance and the temperance people must bo continually watchful and ready Besides this wo must remember that new families are coming into the stato and young peo are growing up who have not heard the great argument for temperance and wo must circulate tho pledge and hold meetings and so instruct and convert the rising generation And one other thing wu must show the liquor traffic no mercy One saloon in a county as has been shown can scatter misry quarrels and Month through every precinct As long us the liquor fiends safotyIisput a collar on his neck p lAa N oa hUp w FN1ARRISOh ti c LOfiAM dScor- e rDit W PENCGI ttOtJ 1 NOEp c 60e o woLr 4Vc MARTIN r 9q1IW y 0 titpNto A1U sC ACs50NowstiY Mtrbat Oerllt v1S ItAuntl Vr ro1yw PuyP t wTLtY OpavLS3Iaalo ALL PreCinCT u JOHN BRENT eleM are murderous are gnmvnopper mysterious desperately 1 I Journey knighterrantry a I JONN50p Before we could turn he was down the hillock he was at our side He pulled his horse hard upon bps haunches and glared at us A tierce look It was yet a bewildered look as of one suddenly cheated of are cngu he had laid finger on He glared nt us we gazed at him An Instant without a word A ghastly pair this apparition horse and man The hone was a tall gaunt white There were the deep huh lows of age over his bloodshot eyes ills outstretched head showed that he shared his masters eagerness of pursuit Death would have chosen such a steed for a gallop on one of deaths errands Death would have commissioned such a rider to bear a sentence of death A tull gaunt man with time loose long frame of a pioneer But the brown vigor of a pioneer was gone from him Ills face was lean and bloodless It was clear where Nome of his blood hind found issue A strip of old white blanket soiled with dust and blood was turbaned askew about Ills hend end under It there showed the ugly edges of a rev cent wound When lie pulled up beside us his stringy right hand was ready upon the butt of a revolver lie dropped the muzzle as he looked at us For what horror was this man the embodied Nemesis spirit of ven geance Where are they Ho whispered this question In a voice thick with stern purpose nnd shuddering with some recollection that Inspired the purpose They 1107 The two murderers They stayed behind at Brldgcr No The Mormons t llJme they were here Dont hide them Their time Is come Still in the same curdling whisper H crushed his voice ns if he feared the very hillocks of the prairie would reverberate his words and earth would utter n warning cry to those he hunted to fly fly for the avenger of blood was at hand No need to be told whom he sought The two gamblersthe tWO murder erathe brutes we hind suspected but where were they Where to be sought We hailed tho mall train It was hut a hundred yards before us over the ridge Jake Shamberlin and his party returned to learn what delayed The haggard horseman stared at them oil In silence Ive seen you before stranger said fihombcrloin Yeti said the man Iu his shuddering whisper Its Armstrong from Oregon from time Umpqun aint it You dont look as If you were after cattle this time Wheres your brother MurderedI something had hnp pencil because he wnrnt along I never seed two men stick so close ns you and he did They didnt kill him without gettin n lick at you I fee Who was it Indians Worse I reckon I know why youre after UB then- I cant waste time Shnmbcrlnln said Armstrong In n hurried whis per Ill tell you in two words whats happened to me and prnps you cnn help me to find the men I mean to find Ill help you if 1 know how Armstrong 1 haint seen no two in my life old countryor new country saints or gentiles ns IM do more for u you and your brother Ive olluz snld cf the world was chock full of Armstrongs Paradise wouldnt pay and Abraham Isaac and Jacob mout just as well blow out their candle and aim ntxlgr l t1JiaJeM a halfbushel would Klver em The stranger seemed insensible to this compliment He went on in the name whisper full of agony pain und weariness While he talked his pant whinIThe spirit of his rider had entered him lie was Impatient of this ilul linneeWe were coming down from the UmlHlulI my brother and IsUYIArmstrong roan across to the states to drive out cattle next sum mer We was a little late one morn- Ing along of our horses bavin strayed off from camp and that was how we mot them men Two on em therewasa tall most ungodly Pike and a little fat meanIookin runt We lighted on em jest to the crossln of Bear river They waa coin In front Cocromenter they said I kinder allowed they WM horsethieves and wanted to shy off But Bill that was my brother Here time poor fellow ohokcd a little Bill he nevor couldnt think wrong of nobody Bill he said No Looks wns nothinV he said und wed jlne the fellers So we did and rode together all day and camped together on a branch we cum to I reckon we talked too much about the cattle we was rOan to buy and I suppose timer ntnt many on the Pacific side tout alnt heard of the Armstrong They allowed we hind money them murderers did Well we camped all right and went to sleep and I never knowed nothln cf It warnt a dream that a grizzly hind wiped me over the head till I woke up the next day with the sun brilin down on my head and my head all raw and bloody as ef Id been scalped And there was Bill my brother Bill lyln dead iu his blanketsA passed through our group These were the men we hind tolerated sat with at the campfire to whose rough stories and foul jokes we Lad listened Brents instinct wns true Armstrong was evidently an honest simple kindly fellow Ills eyes were pure gentle blue They filled with tears as he spoke But the stern look remained was dead he continued The hatchet slipped when they come to hit me nnd they was too sheared I suppose to go on chopplu me as they hud him Praps his ghost cum round mid told em lt warnt the fair thing theyd ben at and t warnt slut they got our horses Bills big sorrel and my Flathead horse whats made a hundred nnd twentythree miles betwixt sunrise and sunset of n September day goon for the doctor when Mn Armstrong was talc to die They got the horses and our money belts So when I found Bill was dead known what my life wns left me for I tied up my land and some how I crep nnd walked nnd run anti got to Box Elder I dont know how long it took nor who showed me the way but I got there Box Elder is the northernmost Mormon settlement or was in those days Ill never say another word agin the Mormon religion Jake Arm strong went on They treated me like a brother to Box Elder They outfitted me with n pistol and this ere horse They said hed come in from n train what the Indians hodI cut off anti was a terrible one to lie is and I believe he knows what nl1l11tiny Thl1wnsbe somewhcres fifty miles and Ill find em so help tnc God His hoarse whisper was still No oat mob Another rush ol hoots down time slope behindCHAPTER XVII nORSE AGAINST BRUTE Another rush of horses feet behind usWhat Elder Slzzumt And that pale gray shadow of a man whose pony the Elder drags by the bridle and lashes cruelly for ward who Mr Clitheroe Sizzum rode straight up to Brent The two men faced each other time big hulking bullying saint the slight graceful selfpossessed gentile Slzzum quailed a little when he saw the other did not quail lIe seemedI to change his intended form dressBrother Clitheroe wants his daugh ter said Slzzum Yes yes gentlemen said Mr Cllthcroe in feeble echo I want my daughter Brent Ignored the Mormon He turned to the father and questioned eagerlyWhat is this dear sir Is Miss Ellen missing She is not here Speak sir Tell us at once how she was lost We must be on ifer track Instantly Wnde shift the saddles to Fulano and Pumps while 1 makeup our packs Speak slrl Speak Brents manner carried conviction even to Slzzum I did not like to suspect you gentlemen said Mr Clitheroe after our pleasant evening and your kindness but Brother Sizzum said it could not be any one else Get the facts Wade said Brent I can not trust myself to nsk Slzzum smiled a base triumphant smile over the agony of my friend Tell us quick said r taking Mr Cllthcroe firmly by the arm nnd fix- Ing his eyeTo be continued The buzzard is a fnstflylng blrl one thnt was recently shipped from Charleston N C to New York for the purpose of testing its speed suc ceeding in pinking the trip back home in about four hours- INVENTED BY A WOMAN The Spindle and Loom Were Origi nally Designed by a Chinese Worker s All women are not degraded in China Witness the dowager empress who rose by the force of her own will from the position of a slave to that of over the most populous nation rulerI globe Notwithstanding the prejudice against the sex among the Mongols women occasionally break through the barriers and achieve distinction In Shanghai the metropolis of the most coveted section of that vast emj plre is a temple erected in grealinot to worship before her Image goodfamilylived In the region of KwanTung re Shianghal toebeized the province In which she made her home It was a great revolution yet the most conservative will not aci cuse her of having left womans sphere since her instruments were those associated with countless worn en from Penelope the terrible Fates and thevirtuous woman of Solomons1 praise down to our own grandmotbenIthe spindle and the Cotton fabrics have been used to some extent In China for 4000 years ImIteat M9 run ago THE SUNDAY SCHOOL Lesson In the International Series for Jlnrch 10 1001Jesuss- tud Cnlnitlini Prepared by IL C Iicntneton1 TIlE LESSON TEXT Matthew 205763 87 And they that had laid hold on Jesus led Him away to Coiaphas the high prltat where the scribes and the alders were as sembled 63 But Peter followed Him afar ort unto the high priests palace and went In and eat with the servants to see the end 19 Now tho chief priests and tledcre and all the council sought false witness against Jesus to put Him to death manyfalseAt the last came two false ttneises 81 And saldt This fellow said I am able to destroy the temple of God and to build U In three days 62 And the high priest arose and said whatis63 Dut Jesus held Ills peace And the high priest answered and said unto Him I adjure thee by the living God that thou tell us whether thou be the Christ the Son of God Jesus salth unto him Thou hast said nevertheless I say unto you lineafter shall ye see the Son of Man sitting on the right hand of power and coming In the clouds of Heaven 65 Then the high priest rent his clothes saying Ho bath spoken blasphemy what DeholdWhat think yeT They answered and said He Is guilty of death andbultetedthe palms of tHeIr hands thouChrlatGOLDEN TEXT Thou art the Oirlit the Son of the living Gail Matt lOilO NOTES AND COMMENTS There was a preliminary examina tion of Jesus beforo Annas lie was the high priest according to the Jew ish law and usage Then there was the form ofa trial before Calaphas and the Sanhedrim Calaphas was the soninlaw of Annas and had been appointed to the position of high priest by the Boman authorities It was during the progress of this trial thatPeter denied his Lord three times The scripture section to be studied is contained in the following passages Matt 205775 Mark 146372 Luke 226462 John 181227 Jesus Before the Sanhedtim While Jesus was before Annas the Sanhe drlm the highest Jewish council was hastily summoned in extraordinary i session The object of the hasty meet- Ing was to condemn Jesus and have Him crucified before Ills friends could rally to His support The means taken to secure the verdict wished for were extraordinary False witnesses were secured but it is hard for liars to be consistent and no two of them pre aented the same testimony There must be two witnesses to substantiate any charge Finally two carne and their testimony seemed to agree But this testimony was false Jesus did not soy I am able to destroy the temple of God and to build it in three days Jesus said John 219 De stroy this temple and in three days I will raise it up- The Sanhedrim could have sum moned ninny and many a true witnessmwho knew Jesus and Ills works and beenIhad been restored to health nod strength These would have formed an imposing array all in favor of the claims of Jesus But the Sanhedrim was not after truth but after a conviction Prof Qreenleaf Iu his Throughouttheof the Jewish law of procedure were grossly violated nnd the accused was deprived of rights belonging even to the meanest citizen He was arrested In the night bound as a malefactor beaten before nil arraignment and struck in open court during the trial He was tried on a feast day and before sunrise He was compelled to criminate Himself and this under an oath of solemn Judicial adjuration and He was sentenced ontbe same day of the conviction Mark 1468 gives a different ver slop of the testimony finally admitted against Jesus From this it seems that finally the Sanhedrim had to ad mit testimony of two witnesses which nnydoubtJesus and on Ills declaration that He was the Christ the Son of God based the charge of blasphemy and accord ingly the sentence of death was voted Then occurred n scene more remark able than any that went before if that be possible The dignified coun cilors who had Just gone through the form of a trial blindfolded Jesus nnd in mockery of the claim lIe bad just made struck Him and after each blow asked Him to tell who gave it thouIPeters Dentals During the trial before the Sanhedrim Voter who had followed Jesus afar olTo entered time palace of the high priest and three times denied his Master First it was a simple denial then it was a denial With an oath ann finally he denied with curses and swearing And im mediately the cock crew And Peter remembered the word of Jesus which said unto him Before the cock crow thou shalt deny me thrice And he went out and wept bitterly Pointed Sn1 lags He who fears God need never fear man You cannot do Gods work with the devils weapons The approbation of self is seldom born of the approval of conscience Christianity Is to the Chrlstless as the science of optics to the blind Charity draws from an exhaustless fountain the more it gives the more It has to give It is hopeless consulting the com pass of conscience when you lay the loadstone of lust beside tU Hams Horn I YTHECITIZENBEREA KYMARCH 6 1901 The Mountain Farmer Oration at doting Exhibition of the Winter Term by Blevlnt P Allen ot Dory Clay County This world is filled with advant ages and disadvantages A mouu tain farm as well as a Blue Grass farm has both The farm that takes my eyo is a mountain farm and the man whom I love to see succeed is a mountain farmer I believe that in the near future the mountain man will bo tho successful farmer in spite of all his disadvantages Much of his land is at an angle of fortyfive degrees and perhaps rocky besides What level ground he has is perhaps a harbor for crawfish which destroy tho crops The mountain farmer can not use great four horse plows reapers nor sulky cultivators He has to use small ono horse plows which a thirteenyear old boy can lift about with ease Besides if ho gets his little plow broken he has no machine shops in reach where ha can get it repairedAnother great disadvantage is i if he does raise a great crop of farm produce ho has no market in reach and the roads are so bad that it is impossible to get out to the market of the world These are causes o discouragement and idleness bu remedies for the most of these couragements can be found in dustry and skill and if rightly use the industry will produce the skill Of course we cannot dig down th mountains and make level plains o them we must use them as gave them to us The timber shoul be preserved on the rough ground the fires should be kept out of it an the young growth protected Th smoother ground should be fenced and grassed for pasturage for stock or planted lin fruit trees and berries The low wet valleys should bo drained by tile or stone drains and most of the necessary farm crops raised on them Great care should be taken in planting tho farm for the most convenient use It is a good plan to divide tho farm into small fields and use the system known as crop rota tion so all crops will be coming on each year plant corn in a field one year next year wheat next cow peas next oats next grass and so on in this way until you have included all the crops that you raise then back to the first again This may bedone in any order but do not leave out the cow peas A small companycould be formed in each community to put up a repair and manufacturing shop with little expense This would be an ad vantage both to the individual and to the country Itislno excuse whatever to claim that we are away from the market We candling the market to us if we use tho right skill first by making better roads second byf raising more and better stock It would be a good plan for several adjoining counties to form an organization tissue bonds and have agood pike made through eachcounty While the roads are being made the farmers can raise live stock such as sheep cattle and hogs which can walk out to market Raise blooded stock hich ill enter intothe best market It takes as muchcorn and hay to feed a scrub calf as itdoes a Polled Angus and when we drive the scrub to market we do not get half as much for it we do the blooded one There is something for each one of each one of you boys to do when you get home You that have the privilege of attending Prof Masons lectures should go home and put in practice that which you have learned plant a raspberry patch and an orchard get a better grade ofstock and show the people what can be doneYou that have the training under Prof King take your saw hammer and nails make better fences more gatesrepair the spring house and barn Let your muscles and minds work together The best use of our wisdom and training fa to improve and adorn the home of our childhood We love the old stone chimney and open fire place and every peak that points to heaven and is greeted by the kiss of the morning sun The best image which the world can give of paradise is in the slope of the meadows orchards and the corn fields on the side of the Cum berland Mountains On tho Fut Kentucky Mill whir my boyhood hours were passed Where I often wandered lonely and the future tried to cut Many vliloni I can ice and my beset with ud nest flllt nut sunny were my day dreamt on the Fart Ken tucky hllli Oh the hllli the beautiful hllli how I love the East Kentucky hllli on tea or land I roam itfll I think of happy jIf home Aid my friends among the East Kentucky kllli Fee Memorial Booklet The College will publish a booklet of 32 pages giving description Funeral Memorial Exercises inj memory of Rev John Gregg Fee together a sketch of his life and tho addresses of Hon C F Burnam Hon John D Goodloe Rev W EIBarton D D of Chicago class 85 Rev James Bond of Nashvillo Tenn class of 92 letters etc TIIE FINE ILLUSTRATIONS include showinghimFee and Gee Candoo Otis B Waters Wm E Lincoln early workers in Berea and view ot the first building of Berea College with Father Fee in foregroundThis which you want right now and which will wish to keep and leave toyour children Booklets ready early in March but mayknowders toT J Osborne Treasurer Bo tea Ky Booklets ill be sent post age paid for 25 cents each or five for one dollar Proceeds go to the Portrait Fund payforOrder at once Drill for Teachers Examination IN Tnr SPRING TERN intyoung willdor examinations givefteachdone hold a first class certificate should be beginningiWeather Report Voluntary Observers Motriological Record for month of February 1901 Berea Ky Mean temperature for the month nl F Maximum on the 17th M F Minimum on the 24th F Total precipitation for the month 70 Inches Greatest precipitation In 24 hrs the Srd 40 Total snow fall for the month 21 No of days with precipitation of Olin ormor 7 clear day 10 partly cloudy days eaudydays 10 ff N I FiftYCentsS t to fThe Citizen I f Berea Ky i f receive weekly for lOne IYear a Bright Clean Newsy ependent Newspaper r Devoted to f THE HOME f THE SCHOOL ii W THE FARM fIt has a Good Story a Sermon fJby Talmage andthe Sunday i Lesson each week fAlways Something i NEW and GOOD- I I Subscribe now r Dont delay 1JPhotographs 12 on fancy mounts copied from your photo 30c On buttons lOc each 25c Send 2 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preached at our school house Sunday Mason IGounty MllUrsburff Rev Lane of Cnr lisle will preach at the Methodist Church Sunday Christum Eudouv or every Sunday at Christain Church at 6 P MWo are happy to say Mrs Sallie Donalson is able to bo out again Misses Lottio and Minnie Ming and Fannie Ross are visiting in Paris this weekMr J D Taylor is in danger of lock jaw resuI g from a sprain received in his Imud some weeks agoMr John Mayberry sold his residence on Went Broadway to Mr Wm Combs Misses Loulio E Bush and Hattie Mayborry have gone to the State Normal School for the SpringTermJackson County Clover Bottom Siuiford Harri son was buried at this phtco the 3rd instFires are doing much damage to forests and farmers in this vicinity will have much fencing to do before putting in their crops EB Hatfield is a now neighbor in this community at the Mrs Baker place near Big Hill Wm James is slowly rrcovoring from a severe attack of pneumonia fever Elmer Stewart was married to Miss Mollie Kindred last week at the homo of the brides brother W IDaugherty audson Robert will gc to Louisville next week to lay in new new supply of goods Wm Ab ney died last week Ono of his little boys is dangerously ill Ibis baby died a month agoJohn A McGuiro vis ited home folks in Rockcastlo Co SundayOwsley County Gnbbnrd Sherman Howling of White Oak passed through here Sunday with 65 head of cattle ho had boughtA J Edwards of Man chester Clay Uo is visiting relatives near this place Walter Sealo of Boonvillo was hero Monday on bust ness Lewis Stamper has moved to the mouth of Indian Creek and Math ias Barrett has moved to tho place from which Stamper moralWhit ley Minter and wife of Boonovilln were hero Tuesday C B Moore of Eversolo huts been hauling lumber from Little BuffaloA J Chandler and States Bros are rafting logs at the mouth of Goose Creek R W Bicknellof Boonovillo was hero Tues day and purchased some calves from A J Chandler Henderson Roy nolds anddaughter of Cow Creek passed through hero Wednesday on their way home from Jackson county where they had been on a visit Madison County College HillWilliam Hislos house burned March 1st with entire contents and also barn Origin of the firo is unknown Measles are subsid ing in this community Mrs Aman da Adams was summoned to the home of her sister Mrs William Riskwho died suddenly Thursday Jacob Laine gave an oyster supper Wednes day night quite a crowd of young people gathered and enjoyed themselves until a late hourThe dress goods agents with cards for sale are scouring the country Little Miss Madeline Laine is suffering from a sprained ankle Pcytontown Mr Wm Shearer- is ill with fever Mrs Lizzie Bennett who has been sick fur some time still very lowQuite a number of young people were invited to dinn Sunday Jenkins They had an enjoyable time THE SCHOOL Kdlttii bvJ WDInsmoro Dan ot toe Nor mIll Deoartineut Ikre College NATURE STUEY nOSE E MILLER Yet Iheio sweet sounnds of early laaten And theme sweet rights of early days Are only sweet when we fondly listen And only fair when we fondly sue There no glory In star or blossom Till looked upon by a loving eye i There Is no fragrance In April brccscs Till breathed with Joy at they wander by Bryant Just at at tholpresont time in planning work in nature study there are two special lines upon which tho attention of the pupils should be directed tho return of the migrating birds and the awakening plant life If wo have not already begun our watch for the re turning binls we aro somewhat late for the robin bluebird and wren have already sung us their greetings It has now been three weeks since the first robin was heralded and a week ago ono little boy announced proudly I saw a bluebird this morning and heard himsiug too An excellent way of keeping a rec oral of the observations of the school is by means of a weekly calendar placed upon the board or better still to have each pupil have a noto book of his own in which he keeps tho record similar to the one on tho board of his own observations as 011as tho date of tho earliest observation of any member of tho school At the sumo time that the pupils are watching all birds it is well to select two or three for more complete study As a suggestion the robin and tho redheaded woodpecker are common to tho locality and so easily studied thoy are also excellent types Tho duck is also common and is a very good type of the water biid Ic this suggestion of special hints there is no intent to limit the observation of the children but to giro definite plan and purpose to regular observations At tho same time we are studying birds we should bo preparing for the later study of growing plants which nnw is not many rocks removed Glass jars over which pieces of net have been tied are best for this pur pose The jars should be fined so that seeds placod upon tho netting are constantly kept moist This will permit of the study of both root and stalk growth Peas beans and corn nro perhaps the bet seed types To be continued Necessary Expenses for Term 12 Weeks It pays to have a little extra mosey let Uet urea books and ether thing Dot Us aeeasary- ezpenroe are only u follows To pay the lint day owiao Lhmr GALL MILL School Incidental Fee 14 W p 10 Ex 4 Hospital Fee es penes etc about 100 t 00 Key l x Room J 1 M Fuel 1IOltablc 1 M I D- Or1 Rent of Laundry a Tint Months Board S 00 600 UIns U ii7JnMa unpay during the lenD I m Betlnnlnj l Uo hoard 00 5 00 Beginning Id Mo Board 600 600 l 2175 71 Key Deposit returned 100 100 Total Bxpcnse IS Weka 78 IS 71 For IhoM below A Grammar dednet tha B for books and II from Incidental tee making UM total only 815When lour girls rim tofMber each art B en room and tt or more on hut m tht toW only 115 Fuel It 60 cents more In Winter sad M cents Ier In Sprint term Persona who board uumaelVM sea spend M mach or tittle asthey ehoooo on llflng expense The prlee of a bra eaU iltU Istavbtuk or at fw homespun bedoJn will glv termf Mhool which will kaajs OBI whoUUfcfor tk bettor Farm for SALEFour miles south of Berea 25J acres of good farm land 12J acrai of it in cultiva tion It has house stables crib and good well near the houso also an or chard of 25 fruittrees For particu lars address Harvey Knuckles Con way Ky 4 1 BEREA COLLEGE 1BBB ed Places the Best Education in Reach of All Over 25 Teachers 700 Students from 20 States Best College Library In Kentucky NO SALOONS Trade SchoolsCarpentry Printing Housework Nursing two years Model SchoolsGeneral Education and fitting for advanced courses For those tufflciently advanced to get a teachers certificate Applied Science Two years course with Agriculture for young men and Domestic Science for young ladies Normal CourseTwo years with practice teaching Academy Course Four years fitting for College for business and College Course Literary Philosophical Classical for life BIuslc Reed Organ Choral free Vocal Piano Theory We are here to help all who will help themselves toward a Christian edu cation Our instruction is a free gift Students pay a small incidental foe to meet expenses of the school apart from instruction and must also pay for board in advance Expenses for term 12 weeks may be brought within 12400 about 114 to be paid in advance The school is endorsed by Baptists Congregationalist Disciples Method lets Presbyterians and good people of all denominations IIFor information and friendly advice address the VicePresident OBO T FAIRCHILD L L D Berea Madison Co Ky THE HOME edited by QUACK J sroKU Instructor lu botneitlu Science Htroa College SKILL IN THE KITCHEN Oration at Clueing Exhibition of Whiter Term IUAROARETLCALUWCLL of South Salem Ohio The kitchen is tho most important room in tho liousol Va can prove this easily for if there is but one room it has to bo tho kitchen We may like to have a dining room and a parlor nod a study and nil tho rent but the kitchen is tho Most house liko room in the whole house Wo may keep strangers in tho parlor but wo take our friends in bytho kitchen fin It takes as much skill to man ago a kitchen ns to managn n farm You farmers boys may not bolievo this but if your moth er in sick and you aro called upon to run the kitchen for one day you will findout By tho timo you have cut your thumb spilt lard on your trous ers liberally seasoned time potatoes with sugar broken your mothers china cream pitcher and have tho kitchen looking as though a cyclone had struck it you will think there ought to be something in it besides your awkwardselves What In more forlorn than tho homo which has a neglected kitchuu Hero is the picture of ono which has boon only in the hands of lazy and careless hired girls The floor looks as though it had never peon a broom Dirty lumps with still dirtier chimneys are sitting on a table Tho stove is rusty and cobwebs hang from every corner Dirty dishes broken and cracked are silting on a rickotyold boxUKed for n table waiting to bo washed The ashes havent been taken out for sev eral days and consequently tho stove hearthollllUoorhnvureeeiVlllo generous coating of dust There in ono chair in time room which has tho bot tom broken out We look at tho win dows but that is at far as we can see on account of the dirt the accumula tion of weeks A grensy old dishrag is lying on the tablo CStray chickens and pigs cemtobo quito at home in this confusion Ina kitchen like tho ono jnatdo scribed one could not expect good food to bo prepared And it in very probablet hatif time kitchen is kept disorderly the rest of the house willnot be unlike it Eating badly prepared food and living in such a house natu rally causes time members of tho fam ily to bo cross Because thoy could not get a good comfortable meal at home some men would go to the saloon where they could got some thing to make them feel better because things look so unpleasant and disorderly and because of crosswords they begin to spend their evenings in the warm and brilliantly lighted saloon and keep on un til they soon become drunkards and tho cause of this can be traced back to tho cook But the owner of this particular house has more self respect than that and ho wishes that his home could bo made neat and clean Suppose he marries a Boron girl what a change she will make in a week She will scrub the floor care fully putting on plenty of hot water andsoap to take the grease spots out She will wash the windows and have them shining tho lamps will be cleaned the dishes washed tho stove polishedand cobwebs swept down She will have nails driven in tho wall to hang her tin ware on and she will have a place for every thing and every thing in its place She will floarn how to manage the stove no that she willnot be smoked out and the fire will burn without being started three or four times For the first meal she will havo corn calces beautifully browned fried potatoes which are not burnedand fruit which has been carefully cooked She will havo the table covered with alwayskeepThe whole family will be with this simple but appetizing meal Every cook ought 0 to pre pare food for the sick as well as for time healthy people Some people seem to think that it doea not make any difference what kind of food in given to tho sick but sometimes people die on account of not eating tho right kind of food while sick Who will deny that there is a place for skill in the kitchen We may never have occasion to uui our Latfn and Greek and time other branches which we are studying while in school but thero will come to each girl not only the opportunity but often tho necossityoftaking charge of the kitchenWo may live without poetry music and art We may live without conscience and livo without heart We may live without friends wo may live without books But civilized man cannot livewith out cooks THE FARM MIUM by s 0 Mason Irofwor ol HortI- culture Heron CollcKO WHATIS PROTEIN AND CARBO PURE FAT ChumUtn will olio find nearly half au ouncoof what in known as puro fat or oil in the pound of carbohydratespure fut wlmilollmis carbohydrates are tho materials from which such fat in made in thohotlyC All foods thero foro contain these four distinct princi pled each having its special purpose ill the nuitiml economy QTho ash ole ment must Iw present or time bones will suffer especially In the young and growing animalo Tho protein must ho present or lima nulmal cannot maintain its Htrength It wlllloHoltn vigor and the cow in particular craw not give olargo yield of milk Tho food must contain carbohydrates in order to supply tho nocowary fat on tho body and provide fuolfor tho animal heat Tho pure fat inot so nb solutoly necessary an are tho other elm omeulH yet n fair proportion of this fat should bo present in every ration WHAT or ITTTime ordinary farmer may ask Of what value to mi is all this It can bo mado of great value to nay mini who feuds a single ani nml After much experiment and study time scientific men havo decided glIngcontain for each days feeding about 2J poundn of time protein 12 pounds of the carl ohydrites and halfa pound pure fat The science of fowl lug consists in mixing our grains and proportion anythinghis stock largely ou corn corn fodder and Timothy hay In order to ob lain the necesnary protein to produce milk manacle and growth ho would have to food extra quantities of this ration while by substituting wheat bran or liuieod meal for a port of the corn ho could food less ofltho hay and save money by doing no Ho would learn by studying the analyses of fcxxln that his mixture of corn fod der and hay might answer well for fattening itcorji but was not ocono mlcol for feeding dairy cows The chemist line picked apart all the well known feeds and foddern and with tables showing their analyses it is pontiibla to put them together so as to give tho proper balance of protein and carbohydrates an economical way For example tho following table shout Ilia analyson ofa few jeadiug articles of cow food IounJt In Del Muscle Tat Pare makers formers rat Ash tOirnTtfkimThese figurcsroprcsent the digest ble unbalances that U the proper tiontof thorn whlch a beallbyfcnimal may be expected to utilizoL Making a balanced ration is not a mere mat for of arithmetic however Wheat bran HnHeedmoal and silage have a laxative effect on tho system while cormmnenllclo1er hay buckwheat and other foods have tho opposite effect It will ho noticed that wheat bran and clover aro very rich in ash elements That ione reason why they are ex cellent for young animals LICE ON CATTLE Rub time regions Infested with the lico most commonly tho neck and shoulders with ono part kerosene well shaken up in about eight parts of sweet oilor cottonseed oil Repeat time application in a week or 10 days Two or three applications If thorough ought to rid tho cattle of most of their lice The stable should be cleaned and scrubbed with kerosene and water or whitewashed During warm weather it would bo eas for and equally effective to uso one part kerosene to eight parts water or ono part kerosene emulsion dissolved In eight parts water and spougo tho animals all over thoroughly To Whom it may Concern This is to certify that we have investigated Messrs Chits L Pot tis Co Buyers of country pro duce 404 Duane Street New York anti find them to bo worthy of all croditl and financially able to fulfill any contract that they might make and choorfully recommend thong to allldealers in produce as a sound financial house to sell to Yours truly DANIELS COMPANY Bankers 6 Wall St 96 Broadway Sept 28 1000 New York e27oI SPECIAL CHANCE TO PREPARE FOR TEACHERS EXAMINATION IN SPRING TERM BEGINNING MARCH 13 1901 h