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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 P I I Rev JOHN DODWELL Manager With strong Staff or Kdltnn rnd Cor reapondentet- tterntI tit fhe Podafct of Bared Ay a aeroNG daM ma alIer I t VOL II A Family Paper BEHEA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MARCH 28 1901 Fifty cents a year NO 40 IQ IDEAS The world foam a spiritual church Obedience Is the koy to every door McDonaldI over myself Goethe All tits good of which humanity is capable is comprised in obedience J Stuart Mill From obedience and submission spring all other virtues as all tin dowt from sdlf opinion Montaigne I was not dlsobodonl unto the heavenly vllllonSt Paul Take Notice Dr Burgess will roach next Sunday morning on What killed Christ and who are His Murderer In thn evening there will be a lecture at the Chapel by Prof Mason on his visit hut summer to the Oberainorgau fusion Play under the auspices of 0 E society During next week services will be held at tho Chapel at the vesper hour at Oho Tho history of tho closing days of Christs lIrwill be brlelly presented On Friday the services will be at 880 p in Short addresses at those meetings will be given by Revs Lodwick Dodwtll Frost and Dodge The services will be worshipful and spiritual All are invited FROI THE fIDE WORLD There is an alliance offensive and defensive between England and Port ugalThere is a famine in tho country district of Italy owing to the failure of crops last year Russia Is on tho verge of a revolu lion Tho Czar has boon forotd to jwivo St Petersburg Moscow and other largo pitien are dwlarwl in a state of siege Tho United Slatos proposes that the 400000000 indemnity to bo paid by China bo equally between the eight foreign powers Russia and England have withdrawn I their troops from the disputed territory In Tien Tsln e II OUR Oil CQOT3T fhere are no such things as patent inedfcinet1 For many ypara the U w ij Paloqt Qfljco has refuted tq grant protection forDr cpnpound- a ftitjin tle domain of nakra lII di pp Fwrolgu countrjw fpllow the mania poundal Leaders who have Inside Informa Lion My that under present conditions the digging of the Nicaraguan oanal will not be oomenoed for years Alabama democrats are endeavor lug to rid themselves of the bulkof t e Negro Tote bj rwcuring a consti tutional 11 thelranCblaelws There It aovemont In Washing I ton to erect a monument to Gen 4o m C freemont the Pathfinder Judge Vm H Taft is to bo the first American Civil Governor of the hilm nee I n order 0 e the return of the 1aitippiap Gen MbAr Ecen tMU a procllmatlon offer in silver to every insurgent who surrenders a soryjcable gun The slgto of Maryland has a law restating the rqnltyfte She is now ti le South CalolipaC- QMMONIEILTH t Of IBNTUCKI Richurd Beard wa convicted at frankfort Saturday of selling his tote anti Will disfranchised for ten r years i Jtvpflngjosaman Brry of Newport has retired front politics tae Civil Seryico Commission floes potwant Intorna flevenuo Collector flapp of LoujtYHle reappointed timie lfcrap that pfthe Immense tobacco crop poutc cultural crops of the state Editor JO Cunningham late off the Danville Newt hat purchased the Burgln Record and will run it into pendently Governor Carter refused to JIpaFou E K W leon the LaureJ Co faWYlf oonviptOO of kllllnp his mls lam Representative pf the mine owners PJ1 fBtPfS and inprs of Kentuckyf arp In conference Louisville tq ppnsWer a waigfesoale for Kentucky for ujew tMtfteBiag April 1 c r r r THE CITIZEN Locals and Personals Win Ogg killed n mud dog at DIH putatita Mrs A T Fish hm returmil from Cincinnati Mrs Lizzio Burke is recovering from her illness Dr McCoy has returned from a trip to Richmond Mrs 12 L Robinson Is vnry illat her homo on Center St Several mad dogs hnvo bwn kilted In the vicinity of Borca Miss Laurit Spouce In In the hospil al to bo treated for rluyiuintinm Mint Junln JohiiBon of Cinuinnnli is visiting friends hero this week Bert Cod ington has purchased tho A P Sottles property on Center St T A Robinson and D N Welch have returned from a trip to Mt Vor nonA carload of commercial fertilizer has been received for the College farm Bicknoll Early delivered Supe rior Grain Drill to E D Mitchell MondayMrs Fannie Koelnr and Mist Mil da Napier of Cartorsvillo wero hero last week Frank Washington brother of Mrs A W Titus leaves Saturday for HufTalo N Y Prof S C Mason purchased of Mrs Dr Fairchild her property on Prospect Ave John Gabbard who has boon on a trip to Florida has returned much improved in health Tho Superior Grain Drill is tho Best On Earthand for sale by Bloknoll fi Early Berea Ky Jacksou Henderson and Mavzeuotta Grundy wore baptized andreceived in the Church of Boron Sunday Elijah Logan and Anna Doty wore baptized in Brushy Fork Sundry afternoon by Rev 11 J Derthick Miss Ora Early of Medaryvillo Iuda uuico of J M Early has en tendschool for time Spring Term Harley Racer President of the col logo Y if 0ryas jelogqto to the Cpnvpntjon at panflllo March 2J 21 Orders far pies doughnuts and other products of tho Cooking School may be made to Miss Stokes at the Model House MlM Mary M Woodberry of Doe ton Mass and Mn Alice G West of Worcester Mass sin guests of Mrs Wm G Frost Dr Surges sermon on The Truth Concerning tho Mode of Baptism Sunday morning was oapocjally well received bjr his hearers Miss F II mllor of London Englaad and a number of the school board of that oily visited Pros Frost and tho college last week Soo this line of Farm Necessaries McCormick Machmncsl Avery Plows and Ha we WPHons and etc Uelt t ptn if you can Biokuoll and Early The Lyceum course closes Satur day night March 80 with an enter tainmout by Prof Madison Chapman the gifted Elocutionist and tmp nltor Covlngton aud Banks tho Mer chant Tailors and Mens Furnishers of Richmond ajo making oXtra effort to capti re mho SprlngtrntJo Notice their ont on front page They hayo an unusually well nolwUnl and full stock for tho season James Moore one of our neighbor ing farmers balf purchased a now Mc Cormick Reaper ai d Binder This speaks ecpufnglngly fpr the prospect of a gpod grain prop The outerpris lug film pf Bifknoll Early are the McC9rm ageNlfl I Boa Roy Herbert A Wilder Mite Wil tier apt Mrs Dr Win H Davis of Newton i Mass returning from a trip to Florida spent Saturday Sunday and Monday with President and Mrs Frost Mr Wilder kis a member of the Board of Trustees of Berea Cot legoMrs Nellie Kxlzle of Peoria 111 apd Rev Eltl Fanchild of Brooklyn N Y returned tP their homes Friday Mr and Mrs C H Kirehuor of Kansas City Mo left Saturdays Mrs G T Fairohlld Dr Paul Fair child and Mrs Francis White left for Brooklyn N Y Saturday Mrs Fairchild will for the present make her honw in Brooklyn with her daughter MIL FrancS White Madison County MissNutliu Johnson of Blue Lick n formor student at Boron and Slier trout Bake of OwHley Fork wero married Thursday at Beren Hu- G I AIIIPS ofliciating- Kirkflvillo has n broom fndory Time factory opened last week The output m for the wholesale trade exclusively In Riulitnond Monday two resi dences mind n Hclioolrooni were burn ed Loss SUJOO partly insured Tuesday morning another lire started in tilt homo of 0 11 Ilunluy Dam age small Joo linker cut LouiH Poytoii on the sljouhlnr during an altercation in Harris saloon Richmond lust Satur day Quarterly Court is in session at Richmond Judge Million presiding Farmers report tho outlook for grass discouraging Tho rains of this week ore of great value Tile Cumberland Telephone Co will begin to extend their lines in this county this week A now line Is to ho put in between Richmond and Ynllev View Circuit Court convenes in Rich mend next Monday Rev J M Bailey has been called to the pastorate of the Second Christ nlnchurchof Richmond The proprietors of one of the joints on First street were pulled Monday morning and fined 10 for selling hoer on Sunday Register College Items Mr Frank L Fairchild of Mt Vernon 0n cousin of Dr Fairchild lord manufacturer of Conies engines stoke at tho request of President Frost on a business mans advice to college students and made practical suggestions which wore of the high est value Prof Carl Konnston of Oberlin 0 who was n former classmate of Dr Fairchild and once associated with our Prof Rogers in educational work in Ohio made a few remarks upon his acquaintance with Oberlin men which wcrurery Interesting He paid a feeling tribute to Dr Fairchild Tho division of College stu dents who meet for morning prayers in Phi Delta Hall were led in wor ship on Thursday morning by Pros Nichols of tho State Agricultural allege of Kansas who made a few tolling remarks from tho text ip the book of James uTo bjm that know oth to do good auddoelh it not to hint it In sinw Mrs Nellie S Kedzie of Peoria IIIvho has boon one of the pioneers In tho teaching of Domestic Science and who gave a lecture a Iear ago which way much appreciated was hero t1o nUewd the funeral of Dr Fairchild nail gave an Informal talk to the young men at the College Chapel one morning introduced by Pros Frost It will bo rod otabered- with pleasure by tloatt who hoard it r Extracts from Town Ordinances rrt1CRLLAYE0CLAar XIV SEC 4 II halt be made ti rusty tit the Mar ahal to pnwocute al violations 0 these onll nan I wlitct oujnounilcrhlii pernunal olnena tam or of which receive reliable Informs lion In duo ollhlllrallcrs under clteiuntUnrof that ho cannot secure a ttand4errltbo olftuwi cumrnlttc IUI ir empowered to inaku arre U anIIrol1leraln confinement until procraeea tan regularly bo luurd- Ho mayappolntdeputlcelnq x cumber nee emuirr fur a given occailVV IIlllt nAY lununon a potie to amlit IIIT In niiprchciuliiig or armllng all otrfnler Any penwu than iiimmoned hy rite MII r vrt In an oDlclal capacity and fi Utvc torenicr niili lanro In gool faltU shall kp cued not lost than five not I1ONlyIlV tlV lunar has cash alTcuw Tho March term oflle Borea po lice court was held Saturday by Judge Van Winkle Tho following cases were before the court Cointh va Matt Isaacs breach of peace lined 1 and cost Comth vs James Cornelius drunk and disorderly con tinned Comth vs Cambell Pigg selling liquor continued Comth vs John B Pigg contempt continued Town of Berea vs A W TUna hogs running nt largo dismissed Comth vs Durrolt Rogers forfeiture of bond continued Wiu Robinson vs Salem Weaver petition petition dismissed and judgement for cost L A Wad kins VB Daniel Baker damage ver dict of 1250 anil cost for plaiatiff Join Carpenter residing near Mt Gilead has boon arrested OB tho cliargo of robbing tho ML Giload ioat otlice a few night e George Thompson Fairchild HIS PUBLIO LIFE AND SERVICES The funeral andmemoral exercises following tho death of Dr Fairchild wero such as to impress all with the value and greatness of the life which was ended President Nichols camo from Kansas to offer a feeling and eloquent tribute and President Tay lor of tho Stato Normal in Kansas sent a letter regretting that he could not bo present in person The re marks of Prof Mason who had been a pupil as well as a colleague of Dr Fairchild were well chosen and affecting and this final address by Dr Burgess gave a fitting crown to time occasion Wo publish the outline of Dr Fairchilds life by Pres Frost which was the only written address FRIENDS FELLOW STUDENTS AND NCIOUBORS How can we speak when tho heart is dumb with sorrow T How can wo listen to any human voice when God is speaking through his mysterious providence as ho speaks today Each oue of us in this church house has lost a friend The growing plans of this College are brought to a pause Earnest hearts in all parts of this broad land are beating in sympathy with ours today at wo stand beside the vacant tenement from which a great spirit has gone up to GodIn an event our heavenly Fa thor says to us in no uncertain tone- S t thy house in QmerIor what is your life It is even a vapor that appearelh for a little time and then vanishes away Realizing something of tho great change that has passed upon our comrade and leader we are reminded how frail we are And standing beside the door that has opened TO near ta us to let him through igtq the life beyond we see all the thhigd in this life in a new and clearer light But with those divine voices of ad monition aro mingled odder voles which tellof encouragement and good cheer This ia a triumphant day in heavenA andangels are telling over as we aro telling over upon earth the story of a good life Among the purest and nobfeat fig ures of Roman history U that of the matron Cornelia known as litho mother of the Graohi Sho called her flona her jewels and lived to see them perform high services for their coun try There is something divinely touching about the fame of a mother Sho is the type of unselfishness She works not for her own glory and does not seek to be known or honored ex copt in her children The woman who l1 ltC husband and household to perform something that could be done as well or better by a man w widely heralded and mad notorious if not famous but Cornelia Scipios daughter Tiboriua GKUCUS wife rep resents a olajsa of women who are on firo to Horvo humanity but who have time rare grace of modesty and the de votion of self ofTncoruont and are fa mous if at all through their children America hot had some women of tho Cornelia pattern and among them must be counted Nancy Harris a Pu ritan maiden born in the Berkshire hills of western Massachusetts who married Grandson Fairchild during the war of 1812 Those were pioneer days and a few years after their marriage the young couple moved into the wilder ness of northern Ohio made a clear log erected a log house and began lire in the humble fashion which still lingers in places familiar to some of us 1 have heard that woodland homo described by Dr Fairchilds older brothers As boys they went to sleep with tho howling of wolves ringing in their ears They were much employ ed iQ burning loge leaching ashes and making potash which was about tho only product which they could haul to Cleveland and exchange for money They mado tho covering for OQNTWOKB OH SBOOND EAOK Cr i t r Anllndcpeldclt Weekly Dovoted to the Interests of THE HOME FARM SCHOOL 60 CENTS A YEAR J zzrz1 z t1 t SPRING SUITS ewe I DmIare pleased to announce that our new stock is now fa pleto in every department Make us a visit and well fe you a lino of SPRING SUITS second to none m the land r 3 All our clothing is manufactured for us by the best wholosale tailors in the country and each garment is made to conform to f the highest standard of excellence in every detail Not n point is overlooked Fabric Style Fit and Workmanship all must s priceisyoullfoI Dont forget onr splendid lines of IShoes Hats Shirts Ties EtcI 1IfJ MEAT MARKET I have Good Fresh Beef or Pork constantly on hand at popularprices Blacksmithing done at the same standat lowest rates for good workP REYNOLDS Depot St JU601 E B McCOY Dentist Berea Kentucky Center Street Art Gallery C I 000 Pftprietor Uptodate Photos Nothing but the best finish at the low est priceW- ANTEDCapable reliable person In every county to repreent large company ofolld fnan clad reputation 1J36 airy per year payable S3 per day ablolutelure and eepen ten ttralgbt bona ado definite salary no rom mtalon glary paid each Saturday and ezpenemoney advanced each week STANDARD XH UKAftBOKX ST CHICAGO 60 YEARS- EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS I DESIGNS ac t- COPYRiGNT Anyone sending a tkelrn and 4 Clulekl ucertnln our optntui free whether an Invention U probably table Cnmtuiofcca tionaatrlctl7tunedentlfLDltudbontofPatmtasent Pteata taken Wnmgh Muon A la recaiva- Tee1a1 notice without chine In the Scientific Hmcricam A tundMntiFly lIIultrate4 weekly Tartest drculatlnu of ClnnllOo loarnal Terms M ayearilnurmantbail Sold brail newsdealer ygkstanch DO YOU SEE crRAA1 XFNOJ YJJ 4L- T A ROBINSON JI Jeweler and Optician JI Main Street Berea Kyf eyeeIEEEwill tit you with spectaclea that wil enable you to eee clearly liobiusou sells Nine Jewelry and Nice Novelties Robinsonseta your time correct Take your crippled clock or watch to hum Attention Kentucky Teachers 1 The Fountain Pen is a noose sity for every teacher who wishes to save time The beat pen made is the PirktfJftlitfcs Fountain Pen It positively has NO EQUAL You can order it by mail from College Book Store Every pen WARRANTED andcan either be exchanged or money satisfactoryWrite for books and Stationary promptly tilled Address ParryF Shrook Bursa Ky Jane 19 1901 J C SurgeryOgioe Hour 8 to hB AM 1 too P M National Bank Building iticnmoud Ky IHandSUKAlia We will man her a pair of 7 Ii inch raior steal shears tor tiO or 3 ct We cUIan 80 Catalogue we will mall you free U you uk for It Address MAHER It QBOSH CO 00 AdamiSt TOledoOhlo and mention tho Clt- LaaaCLEANING UP SALE of Winter GoodsGLEANING UP SALE will continue until March 10thOUR this Sale all Ladies and Childrens Heavy Shoos and all Mens and Boys Heavy Shoes Boots Botees High Cut Shoes Felt Boots and Rain Coats all Winter Underwear for Men and Boys all Winter Caps Work Shirts and Glove every thing In Winter Goods will be sold at Speoietl Cut PricesWo wish to close out all Winter Goods before receiving Spring Goods Should you want anything to bridge over the storms of March with it will bo our pleasure to show you our gads and give you prices VSTa will Save You MozievThanking you for past patronage and soliciting your futuro demands WE Aaa RtSPEOTFULLT WEST MAIN MORGAN Dntal Douglas Bros 207IJ STREET RiohmandKv STREETa NEWS IN BRIEF IntelMilne UrcnUTuk iijf mcf Thronh out the Country trilled Ilotrn sad Given In a Ciinil ned Form MOMY The bubonic plague continues to spread lu Cnpe Town Several otlleers mill men In the pros ince of Cnvlto surrendered to the AincriciiiiH Judge Jos M Bartholomew exJus taco of the North Dakota supreme court dropped dead Her Stouehouse of the London missionary society was murdered by brigands 14 miles nast of TienTain- Knporich the assassin of llogollc poflf llnsslan minister of public In ht met Ion has been sentenced to hard labor for life Severn fighting occurred March 22 between the British and Boers at llartebeestfontein east of Klerks dory Transvaal It Is thought the 1lntt amendment will be adopted by the Cuban const tatted convention The radicals however still hold out The Geneva correspondent of the London Dally Mall says it is reported there tint Mr Kruger if his health permits will visit the United States next month Mr Edward W Hooper former treasurer of Harvard college fell Iron the third story of his resilience in Boston and received serious though it is believed not fatal InI juries Two sections of an oil train at Glen Gardner N J collided the oil tanks exploded and the fluid took fire The blahiff oil ran through the town In small rivulets Eleven houses stores and residences were reduced to ashes Tho political situation In Russia is so serious that the Czar held a meet ing of the ministers to consider the mate of affairs A revolution is threatened The police at St Peters burg have discovered a plot against the Czars life A Japanese squadron has left Nagasaki for Korea and the situation is considered serious Urgent in structions have been issued to com manders of forts to attend a confer once at Toklo to consider questions of home defense War between Japan and Russian is threatened suxnAY Secret police in nil the great cltlei in Europe have evidence of a plot by Nihilists to assassinate the Czar of Itussin Sapphires and rubles have been found in great abundance in the yel low clay on Yogo Creek Fergus count Montana George Washington Anderson of St Marys W Va confesses to hav ing been married 17 times most of his wives are still living Mrs Leutgerts ghost is said to haint the famous Lcutgert sausage factory Chicago where she wits killed by her husband sonic years ago In n collision between a freight train sail u trolley car at Cincinnati John Seifer conductor was killed Motorinnn Jacob Teller was fatally injured and several passengers hurt The new Pnclflt mail steamship Ko rea was launched at Newport News Va She Is the largest vessel of any type built on this hemisphere She will ply between San Francisco and HongKong Japan must go it alone in her tron ble with Russia None of the powers are willing to do more than to per functorily object to Russias treaty with China to the Manchuria question Minister Tokahlra at Washington says Japan will not permit the signing of the treatySATLIIDAY The cruiser New York arrived at Gibraltar after a tempestuous voy age All the United States KragJorgen sell rifles will be supplied with new sightsThe steamship Ohio has been char tered to carry troops between San Francisco and Manila A total shipment of coal from PittFburfj during March will aggre gate 30000000 bushels The Arkansas house passed time senate bill for the suppression of gambling in that state A new counterfeit 5 note on the National Iron bank of Morristown N J Is In circulation Lieut Gov John A Caldwell of Ohio is talked of to succeed the late Murk S Brewer as civil service com missioner Kenyan IJ Conger a Wall street broker went into voluntary bank ruptcy with 553OUS liabilities and as sets of 1501 The agricultural department will soon issue a report on the agricul tural and horticultural aspects of the Hawaiian Islands A negro on his way to trial In Hal ifax county Virginia for burning a stable was taken from the oflicers by u mob and shut to death Vice President Roosevelt was given un informal dinner in New York by Cupt Win L Flanagan n member of Roosevelts staT while governor The result of the combined move ments against Gcn Jour near Tlmbi NCliu was time capture of 200 Uoere 120000 sheep 5000 horses and a host of cattle The committee of the Cuban con stitutional convention rejected four clauses of the Platt amendment viz Dealing with coaling stations foreign relations the right to Intervene to preserve peace and the entering into treaties t a FRIDAY An anticigarette bill was passed by the Minnesota senate Jen Harrison estate Is appraised at 380000 Ills life was insured for 40000 The price of Bessemer pig iron hUB advanced 4 u ton In the last two mouths The Russian and British troops have been withdrawn from the Innd In dispute at Tien Tsin While tearing down an old resi dence In St Louis workmen found six skulls under the floor The hoer lenders announce that they will accept annexation on certain conditions and end the war Gen Win II Wallace ono of the historic figures in South Carolina died at his home at Union S C The transfer from the military to the civil government in the Philip pines will take place about June at Still protesting his Innocence Milo Gregory was hanged at Kennett IIII for the murder of his employer CovertJacob D Marr despondent farmer near Clinton Me killed his three little children with an ax lie was ur rested and says he docs not know why he did the terrible deed Gen Bates now in the Philippines will relieve Gen Merriam in command of this department of the Mis souri and Gen Young will assume command of the department of Call forma vice Gen Shutter retiring Near Coldbrook Mass in a tit of insanity Mrs Lizzie Naramorc killed her six children ranging in age from 8 years to 10 months She used an ax and n club After arranging their bloodstained bodies on beds she laid down beside them and cut her throat She will die TIIUllMIAY The severest blizzard for several years raged through Western Wis cousin At Terry Miss Jerry Hell colored was taken from ollicers by u mob and hanged Rev Arthur Edwards editor of the Northwestern Christian Advocate Chicago Is lead The islands visited by the Philip pine commission are reported to be In a satisfactory condition Mrs Lottie Jones colored has started u raid on the policy shops and policy games In Chicago The powers can not come to an agreement on the amount of indemnity China should pay for the Boxer outragesIt that exSenator E O Wolcott will be appointed to be Sec retary of the Interior to succeed Mr Hitchcock Captain Lucius Polk has been pro noted to the rank of brevet major for gallant action at Hllongon Phil ippine Islands The UritUh and Russian guard still occupy the land In controversy at lIeu rein but a satisfactory ad justment U expected Gen Campbells column had heavy fighting going to and coming from Vredo There are runny bands of roving 1oers near Slandertown- A movement Is on foot to consolidate the coal producing interests in Illinois into one mammoth combine thus controlling more than 000 mines The Olympia Admiral Deweys flag ship has been docked at Boston Tho government will spent about 500000 on her for alterations and routine re pairs Tiptonville Tenn was nearly de stroyed by tire only four business houses escaping It is thought the flames were started by friends of Ike Fitzgerald who was lynched there a few days ago MARKET nEPOHT Cincinnati March 23 CATTLE Common 3J ii 3 Si Extra butcher 4 50 a 4 00 CALVKS Extra 25 u r M HOGS Select shippers 01 0 Pt Mixed packers 5 15 c 0 n RJlI IrEJltra 450 LAMBS Extra o GOO FLO UK Spring pat 3 80 ILO- VJI EAT No 2 red TOii to ORXNo 2 mixed MtOATS No 2 mixed rt 2- 8RYENo 2 Cj 5- 3hlAYChoice timothy JT14 75 PORK Family Tl5 50 LARD Steam ft 7 77j BUTTER Ch dulryfl 11 Choice creamery 23- l1PPLBSCh to fancy 3 50 11 75 POTATO ES per brl 1 75 ft 85 TOBACCO New 80U iI175- Old 10 00 ul3 75 Clilcuifo FLOUR Win patent 3 65 u 3 H5 WHEAT No 2 reltt 75 g 77 No 3 red 70 fij 7- 3CORNNo2 40yra 40 OATS No 2 25V4 i 20 5314IOUKLARD Steam 7 85rt 7 30 New York FLOUR Win patent 3 05 4 00 810COIIXNo MyRYEPORK Family 10 00 IIJIO 50 LARD Steam rill d in- Ilnlllmorr WHEAT No 2 red 77W i 7h 7SVJCORN30YcrrfIJlutchersHOGS Western 0 10 a 6 15 IouUvllle- KLOtW Win patent 4 25 1g 4 70 WIIKAT No 2 red L 77 COUN mixed new i I2 layPOKKLAUD Steam n 7 GSf- tIndlnnnpolli jOyCOHOATSNo 2 mixed Q 2 f CONTINUED FROM FIRST rAGE their own foot using tho hidoof deer bear calves and swine I wish you to uotico that time Fairchild family had no advantage over tho families of our back mountain counties today except two tlioy had seen the improvements of Mascarhus otts and know what could bo accom pushed by hard work and they hollowed more strongly in education George was tho tenth child in this family and much younger thou all tho root By tho timo ho was born his father had burned brick nail built a comfortablo house and his older brothers wore already away at school Twice in his childhood his family removed for a timo to the college town of Oberliu so that sous and daughters might attend school Fi natty three sons and two daughters completed college course By this change from farm tooil lags and back again he If came perfectly familiar with nil kinds of workand gained st length for his not specially robust ioiiHtitution by out door exercise Ho was n good learner As n baby he could spell words will letters up on blocks before hecould talk Du ring his college course he dropped out to tench school in Michigan mind during the latter part of his course ho taught in tho lowor departments nt Oborlin On the 2r th of November ISM his parents celebrated their golden wed ding his father lived to bo ninety seven years old and on that day their youngest son was married to his classmate Charlotte Hnlnteml In her George Fairchild found n wife whoso direction devotion nUll wis don were n lifelong joy They had graduated from college in 1802 and ha was thou III his Theological course His mother was receiving her reward Her son hoary was Principal of the Preparatory Department at Oberlin and soon after came to Berea whore he was President for twenty years Her son James WOK soon after ap pointed President of Oberlin u jiosi limn he pelt for more than a quarter of a century And in 1865 George tho Benjamin of the tribe was called to tho Profess orship of English Literature in the State Agricultural College of Michi gnu This was the first great work of his life and in it ho continued for fifteen years During theno years he was more than a teacher ho was interested in all tho atrairs of time insti tution and became its lending spirit and for a time its acting President Agricultural colleges wero a now thing in those days and Dr Fairchild as a classically educated man did splendid service in making tho newer curses bothpractical and popular Here his children were born except the eldest daughter His talent and success wore widely recognized and in 1879 when Kansas needed a President for its new Agri cultural College he was called to that important post Others will speak of his work in that institution Ho saw- n body of less than three hundred students increase to above eight hun dred and planned the laying out of instruction the assembling of re sources and tho organizing of forces which made a true peoples college The greatest proof of his devotion to that work to which eighteen years wore given was the manner of his leaving it A politicalrevolution swept over the state and those who were nenly comp into power deter to capture tho positions at the Agri cultural College There was no right or precedent by which they could do this but they had the power and sot out to find excuses Dr Fairchild was subjected to tho indignity of mis representation and slander Ho wont out of his high ollico without a stain upon his character and without an answering word of reproach And when free from responsibility for the college he still sought in all ways to promote its interest aud to unable those who had wronged both him and the state to manage it with largest success No student loft at his sug gestion no friend withdrew his sup port by his permission And he cher ished no resectmout I have never heard him mention theubject which must have been the great disappoint of his life Tho tuna soon came whoa tho revolution was reversed Tho people who with such dishonorable menus timid driven him out were themselves forced to resign Then came tho question of Dr Fairchilds return Letters came from all parts of the state But ho said No whoever goes there will need tho support of all parties A new mau can do more for the college than I can And thus he placed the interests of tho institution above his own interests or feelings And this greet magnanimity he exer cised without any apparent elfortIt seemed us though lr Fairchild could not bo otherwise than magnanimous Then cline n year without teaching It must have Keemed strange after Mil lung service in Michigan and Kansas lint ho visited with his children who were already finding honorable positions in limo world Tho eldest daughter Agues M was the wife of Clms 11 Kornlmor esq of Kansas City tho eldest son Rev Edwin M Fairchild was engaged in ethical education at Albanyv N V tho second semi Paul II was engaged in scientific work htmiucH in Now York city Tho youngest HOH was a special agent of the Burenu of Agriculture at Washington The youngest daughter Anna D n grad unto of tho Kansas Agricultural College is the wile of Prof Francis II White n graduate of Princeton and now Secrotaiy of time Brooklyn Chil drens Aid Society All but David are hero today and with him WI hove exchanged messages by cable gram in Egypt These visits wero n great atinfnc tion to him and to Mrs Fairchild Aud in connection with thorn he visit ed many instit bona of learning and took the opportunity to consult time great libraries of tho east on mat tors connected with an important hock which was begun ut that tIme and completed later at Heron And then ho canto io Berou You remember his nppcuranco on our Comnionetwnt platform In IKS That autumn he hecumn our Vice Pried dent And to him and us it was n kindly Pmvidencn which brought him Ho was in ftillst sympathy with nil that Beroa stands for Ho was nn authority on the grout Ober tin traditions which are worth so much to heron Ho had Iran named George Thompson muter n famous ab olitionist Ho was experienced in ad ministnitivii affairs Ho was our fit lest representative to tho conference lr southern educators and tho State Teachers Association His lust pub lie duty was to act nn judge at nn or atorical contest at Lexington And withal ho was unconscious of his superiority Vo were never re minded in anyway of his special ex periences or dignity or high qualifi cations My own relation to him was such as to test character Dr Fairchild and I haul never met but once and it coljtgomau to get along with Knelt of us was taking a risk But we gave each other our fullest confidence at once and it was never disturbed for a mo ment The future may show that time two years given to Kentucky were the most important of ifs life Ho cer tainly gave esuMitml service to Heron College nt one of the grentest crises of all its history What tho Pros ident and his wifo have done during tho lust two years toward securing the perpetuity of this institution they could not have done it without n true andstrong man hero as Vice Presi dentAnd ho wens not here for the college alone Ho was interested in every public enterprise The little children on our streets loved him It In a comfort to know that he was happy in Berea Such a man is always happy ho carrion his heaven his own heart His salary was a mere fraction of that ho hind formerly received Hisliving apartments were far from grand His work not such as to receive at onco much of praise and applause But ho was doing good and God gave him some vision of tho larger aspects of tutu work here Wo are glad to remember that ho desired to spend his last days with us and ho began to build a home nut knowing that another mansion win fo1 nearly ready Lust summer he upended tho re union at Oberliu timid visited with many of his old friends It was pleasant tb see him walking arm in arm with his brother Jones tho ven arable oxprosidout of Olnrliii now over eighty years of ago But at that very season of jtythu fatal disease laid hold upon him Ho had uu attack of jtundico as it ap peared and tho surgeons now tell us that his life could only have been saved by some operation or radical treatment then Ho went through the fall term with discomfort but millIIlIlyopening of tho winter term ho gave up his clashes and for weeks wo wail ed for his recovery which never came Ton days ago he bade us goodbye and quite enjoyed tho trip to Columbus On tho train ho dictated n let I tor In interest of Boron College At tho hospital huleurncd that ho seemed to havo only an even chance But he w s not dismayed To his children ho wrote You know your father too well Id need any lust words Your letters hove cheered before and sinco I Como to Columbus and I hope thoy will for many years The operation ut first seemed successful graveIparched lips Am oillgf uud iho answer was yes Then givo my loco io nil My children know their fathers wishes There is no need to toll Mother my love wo havo livid it It seems scarcely necessary to men tion tho ICHIOUH that mire imlresI11 by such a life they urn plain for us till to read1nd still less is it fitting to unumerato the honors and public services of such a man His friend will romember with honest pride tint ho was a Master of Arts and a DOt tor of lawn tumid again and tuuiii chof eu president of great scientific bodies lu Ohio Michigan Kansas and lieu tucky throngs of former students and largo institutions suffer In his loss Ho made his murk fur good in four states But tho great thing is that us sou Iud brother us husband and other teacher and comrade citizen and neighbor ho was n Christina moue The talents and opportunities whch God gave him he uod and the whole world hull time iMuielit of them Ills record and his honors in this world iiro forma his family uud noighhors uot fur him Ho has hoard thu Sn vior say WeMdone enter in FROM FOREIGN SOURCES It it estimated that the men of Great Itrltaln upend 250000 a year on silk bats Cremation U becoming Inerrnilngli popular in Paris and the crematorium erected at the cemetery of lcre La chaise Ins already been found to be too onion Additions are being mndr and a third furimcr a large hull amid a columbarium will soon be ready for use The annual loss In France oounril bj the ravages of hailstorms Is said to amount to about 93000000 francs Prom 1S7J to 1685 the figures varied from 40000000 to 13 1000000 franc It is III the vineyard that the principal damage in dune The celebrated Marble Arch one at Londons utmost notable landmarks U shortly to be demolUhrd though the reason for such mi net has not yet been published Till Interrstlng object was built bylicorgeIVatacost of X Boouo 01 an entrance to Hucklngham palace While India was suffering from the greatest fnmlne It had ever experienced manna wns found In the central prov timers where the scarcity had been most keenly felt In March last tha kt range appearance of niniino on the Mrmi of the bamboo was reported and notices of the phenomenon were pub lished The form In which time mil occurred was that of rods about an Inch long nnd pleasantly tweet Thiis said be the first time Iti the history of 10 forests thnt n sweet and gummy MibM uncr hint been known to exude from the trees OUR COUSINS OVER THE SEA Great Britain lour on an average 180 people a day by emigration The annual Iof German toys In Great Britain amount to over JOOO 000 England has no journal of forestry Germany has several one of which Is In Its cveiitylxtli year A hymn book of one of Cronjcs driv ers with a bullet hole through It fetched J 8s at a sale In London The production of soap lu Great lint ale In about 45000 tone per week of which between 3000 and 4000 It made in London A Scottish soldier says that on enter ing a captured Hoer lunger he saw n girl about 18 or 19 years old lying dead with n rifle In her hand und a bullet through her head The movement cityward Is as marked In England us In America In 1801 the proportion of town population in Eng land to rural population wa 36 per cent In 1891 It was Gl per cent Probably the most valuable stock In the world Ic that of the london New River company of London There are only 72 original slmares of which lire adventurers shares and 30 kings shores the former commanding high er prices than the latter A share sold recently for 625000 IrrIpaysbleweeklysea utralxtu bonaflile ilrltnlti imlary mi corn mlMlnn Mlary pnlit racli Halnnlay aiulexKnM TtNDtRI11008K33I Guaranteed Salary h 900 Yearly flee iiiul women of gasl snares In reprncnt forlardHilary KimraiitotM yearly extra commli inn Kilnlinen nilvaiicinunt old rilabllihiil brandchauvforearliestmanorwmnunto nl IIITOIIH New brilliant lilies Wrlto at ami- STAPKOIll 1UKNS Bl Church Nt New Illtvtii Conn 02a- t vt THE SUNDAY SCHOOL Lesson In the International merleS for March ai 1001 nolew Prepared by H C Lenlncton GOUIKV TiXTHc is dviplird mmtT rrjrplril of usenla53m a NOTKS tyro COMMENTS The following Is a brief summary ofItho events of time past quarters study In the order of their occurrence Friday March al A U 90 Jesus arrives at Bethany from JerI- cho Saturday April I A D M Mary nnnolnt Jesus feet at Ileth any Sunday April I A D Jesus triumphal entry Into JerulAJhem and visit to the temple Monday April X A 010 JUlia curses the barren fiG tree sad cleanses the temple Tuesday Apses 4 A D M The fig tree found withered Parables of tho twoson of the wick ed husbandmen of the marriage Of the kings me- nIharlseu question Jesus concerning the payment of tribute the Sadducees question about resurrection and a law yet asks what Is the great command ment Jesus In return asks WbatIthink ye of Christr Condemnation of scribes and flue sees and lamentation over Jerusalem The widows mite Greeks seek Jesus and Jesus dis course John 122020 Jesus prophesle overthrow of tem ple and end of the world Parables of the ten virgins sad of the talents Judas sells his Matter for 30 pieces of sliver lwedneday April S X D30 Jesus In retirement at Bethany Thursday April i A D laasorersupperto precedenceJesus The supper during which Jesus der Glares the betrayer Judas goes out supperJeJesu farewell discourse and Inter cesiory prayer The agony in the garden of Gelh semane Jesus betrayed with a kiss sad ar rested MJesuthe San hedrlm Tried and condemned for blasphemyPeter denies his Master Judas hangs himself Jesus before Illate charged with k dltlon Jesus before Herod Pilate seeks to release Jesus but the Jews demand Harabbas- Jrstls condemned scourged and mocked Pilate again seeks to release Jesus Jesus led away to be crucifiedaJesus crucified soldier cast lob thleflIsideI of ChrllttI t Lesson I8be hath done what she- couldMark 148 Lesson II Blessed la he that cometh in the name of the Lord Matt 219 Lesson IIIlVe would see Jesus John 1221IMitt 2243 yeknowwherein the Son of man comet Matt 2511 Lesson VISo then every man of us shall give account of himself to OodJtom 1412 Lesson VIIThu do In remem brance of meLuke 2210 Lesson VUINot my will but thin be done Luke 2242 Lesson IXTlle Son of Man is betrayed Into the hands of sinners Matt 2045tLesson XThou art the Christ the Son of the living God Matt 1010 Lesson XII find no fault In this man Luke 234 Lesson XII Christ died for our ScrlpturulCor A Point fif 1tew for Idlrrr- Selfseeking nnd sencoddling and avoidance of all avoidable pains and duties ought to make us discontented and they do rant of our time and strength we have need to devote to labors whereof the pay cornea not In cash nor In ordinary pleasure or ad vantages but In satisfactions which are spiritual and benefit our lolIls To have no anxieties to be subject to no annoyance to have no unwelcome duties and no occasion for selfdental II not by any mean to be in n good cue Anyone finding himself in such n predicament Is bound to go out and hunt up labor and troubles merely to make life worth living Every one of us Is a wheel with cogs in It meant to fit In with other cogged wheels and turn more or less laboriously and dIfcctlvely in the great human machine Scrlbner Mnriura Grand Aphorisms t Mme Sarah Grand lately consented to talk on the art of happiness Bom of her aphorisms ore worth keeping There are minor pleasures whose effect la accumulative and which t make us a happy life Even In choosing to be miserable vif J are happy since there Is happiness IIvery act of choice There U a great deal of difference between a copy and an Imitation When people begin to be critical they cease to Vt pleasant Saturday Kvsalir Pad I JOHN BRENT Mal Theodore Winthrops Great Story Horses Hunting and Adventures in the West CI1 PIPER XXContlnucd dryturrllIlnuide its way water does not stmlffhtway but by that potent feiu hitter incthud of MiMHliif under thu frowning trout of tin obstacle and Icnvliif the dull rock storing there while the wild creature It would liavu vulleyfhllliniiKt hurl It without check wherever It crossed our path livery secant now was worth n century Here was Ihu high of hones pressed but now Ila could not chnONu ground We must take our leap on that cruel rod wherever they uttered 1onr 1iiinjii lie had carried his master no no bly There were so few miles to dot Hi bud chased well he merited to bo In at the death Brut lifted hint nt u leap micros the nrroya Poor Iutupvl Ills hind feet slIiMd on the tune nioothed rock Ito fell short II plunged down n dozen feet nhen the rotih boulders of the torrent hid brut wan out of the saddle al most before he struck railing him Xo he would serer rlsu again iCoth ilia forelegs were broken nt knee lie rested there kneeling on th rocks where he fell llrent groaned The horse Kcrcatucd horribly horribly there is no more ugonUid sound nnd the cream went echoing high tip time cliffs where the red sunlight rented II colt n loving nimtrr much to butcher brave and trusty horse the hnlf of his knightly self but it cools htm more to hear him shriek In such misery llrent drew his pistol to put xior Iumps out of pnlu- Arnmtrong iiprnng down and caught his hand Stop he said In his hORne whls IHT lie hud hardly spoken space we started My nerves were so strained that this mere ghost of n sound rung through me like n death yell n grisly cry of mrrellcMS fuel exultant vcn genncc sernied to hear its echoes rising up nnd swelling In a Hood of thick uproar until they burst over the summit of the pass nnd were wasted In tin crannies of the tower log mountainflanks above Stop whispered Armstrong Vo shooting Theyll bear The knife ln held out Ills knife to my friend llrent hesitated one heartbeat Could he stain Ids hand with his faithful servant blood Ill m it iccrenmed again Armstrong snatched the knife and drew It ncrost the throat of the crlp jdrd home Ioor Pumps He sank and died without n mono Noble martyr In the old heroic cause I caught time knife from Arm t IItrOnl I cut the thong of my girth time heavy California saddle with its nmclirern amid roll of blankets fell to the ground I cut off my spurs Timmy had never yet touched lulanos flanks Ho stool beside me quiet but trembling to be ofT Now Urent up behind met I whispered for the nwo of death was ujton us I mounted Brent sprang up be limit I ride light for n tall man bent Is the slightest body of on nth lctr I ever saw Kulano stood steady till we were firm In our seats Then he tore down the defile Here won that vast reserve of power here the tireless spirit here tin hoof striking true as a thunder bolt where the brave eye saw footing here that writhing agony o- filllI here the great prolnlse ful flllod this great heart thrilling to mine the grand body living to the beating heart Noble Fulanol- i rode with a snafllc I left It hang Ing loose I mild not check or guide him He saw nil He knew nil All was hitlolll We sat firm clinging as we could ns we must Kulano unshed nlong the resounding path Armstrong pressedutter4hr gaunt white horse struggled to emulate His louder Presently we lost them be hind the curves of the Alley No oth er horse that ever lived could have held with the block in that headlong gallop to save Over the slippery rocks over till sheeny pavement plunging through the toast stones staggering over the barricades leaping the nrroyo down up on nlwnyH onon went time horse we clinging ns we might It seemed one beat of time It seem ed nn eternity when time ring of time hoofs I heard Brent whisper in my ear We are there The erngs flung apart right mud left I saw n sylvan glade saw the gleam of gushing winter Kulnno duKlntl on uncontrollable They were thethe murderers Arrived but one tnomcntl The lady still bound to that pack mule branded A R A Murker just beginning to unsaddle Iirrap not dismounted In chase of time other animals they strayed to graze The men heard the tramp and saw us ns we sprang Into the glade Itotli my hands were at time bridle Brent grasping my waist with one arm was awkward with lila pistol Murker saw us first He Hatched fcfai sixsuiooter and fired I Brent shook witfc a spasm JIll pis tol urm dropped llefore time murderer could cook uguln Jnlnno was upon hliul Ito ova ridden down He WIIH beat sty trampled upon the grass crushed ul0lisbtd Wo disentangled curselvca from lliu meleeVhcro tats the other The pownrd without hiring a shot was spurring Armstrong Klathead horse blindly up time cunun whence we hud Issued Wo turned to Murker- lnliino was up again and stood there Hliuddcrhig Hut the man A hoof lind battered in tire top of Ida skull blood was guslilng less Ills mouth his ribs were broken all his IxMly wan u trodden massacred eiiriiiKH He breathed once as we lifted him Then n tranquil childlike look btole over his IlIec1that wellknown look of the weary body thankful that the turbulent soul hums gone Murker was disidlulano and not we had been exe cutioner His was the stain of blood CIIAITKIt XXI IUOOKIIXKI KIltlNGS f am shot gasped Brent nnl sallkIIUIlIrllllltlllj elVlleb first the lady or my friend sakegset to he mooned I unbound her from the Middle I could nut utter a word for pity phe onlyulook So nniny hours hardening herself 10 repelslim could not soltcn yet even to aceept my olllccs with smile of gratitude She was cruelly crnmpeil by her lavhings to the rough packdaddir rudely cUKhloncd with blankets Hut time horror had not maddened her the torture hind not broken her time dread of worse had not slain her She was still unhtrnch lug nod Indlinltnblc And ttlll sh weasel to Wile her fate with quiet shady eyes gray eyes with violet lights carried her a few steps to the side of n Jubilant fountain lifting beneath n rock nail left her there to Nature kindliest leech Then I took n cup of that brit llnut waler to my friend my brother I can die now he said feebly There U no death In you You have won the rlglit to live Keep n brave heart Drink And In that exquisite spot that fair glade of the sparkling fountains r gave the noble fellow long ofswcdt refreshment The reneucd lady trailed herself across the gnisx and knelt beside us My horsy still heaving with his honorable gallop drt oMiI his head over the group A picture to be rcmrmlered Who nays that knlghtliQod Is no more Who says the days of chivalry arc past llrent was roughly but not dangerously shot along the arm Time bullet hind ploughed an ugly path smug the uncHlei of the forenrm Rod uppfrsrtn Unit was lodged In the shoulder A bad wound but no bones broken If he could but have rest and pence and mirgery Uut If not after the fever of our day after the wearing anguish of our doubtfi gal lop if not Ellen Cllthroc revived In a moment when she MW another needed her care Womans gentle duty of nurse MyItingly to her tine fingered skllfulness She forgot her own weariness while she was magnetizing away the pangs of time wounded man by her delicate touch He looked nt me and smiled with total content My hither nsked the lady faint ly ns If she dreaded the nnnver Said said L Free from the Mormons lie li waiting for you with n friend Her tears began to flow She was busy bandaging time wound All was silent about us exwpt the pleasant gurgle of time fountains when we heard a shot up the defile The sharp sound of n pistol shot came leaping down the narrow chasm lying before the pursuit of its own thundering echoes Those grand old walls of time Alley facing each other then for the shade and sun shine of long peaceful ages gilded by tho glow of countless summers splashed with time gray of antique llnhens on their purple fronts drop ed forms unnumbered Octobers with the scarlet wreaths of frost rlpened trailers those solemn walls standing there In old silence unbroken snvo by the uproar of winter floods or by the humming flight of summer winds or the louder march of tempests crowd hag on those silent walls written slow with time record of odn handi work In the long cycles of creation lifted up their indignant voices when time shot within proclaimed to theta time undying wnrfnre of man with man nod roaring after they hurled that murderous noise forth trout their presence The quick report sprang out from time chasm Into the quirt glade where time lady knelt busy with offices of mercyand there It lost Its vengeful tone and was blended with the rumble of time mlnglrd rivulets of the springs Tho thundering echoes paused within slowly proclaiming quiet up from crag to crag until one qfter another they whispered them selves to silence iVo sound remained save the rlllllhIIf the stream as it flowed away down the opening valley into the Laze violet under gold of that warm October nmset I sprang up when I hmrd time allotI std stood on the alert There were two up the Alley which niter tileI riliot was living std which death Not many moments had passed when I heard hoofs coming and Armstrong rode into vlew Time gaunt whit norce galloped with time lung careless Illng hud noticed all day lie niotcil imulilncllkc as if without uliotce or volition of his own u horse coinmiKfcioncd to carry u Fate Lor rnpu stolen horse trotted along by his old muster Arnmtrong glanced at Murker body lying there a battered muss lloth he whispered The other true sent right Into my hands to be put to denth I knew nil the time it would be sent to me to do killing He was spurring up the Alley on my own horse Ho snapped nt me My pistol did not know how to snap See here And he shoved me hanging from his saddlehorn that louthllest of all objects B mows eyes ever lighted upon u fresh senlp It sickened me 1Shumel wild I Do you cull your self a man to tiring such n thing into n lndy8 presence It wn rather menu to take the fel laws link says Armstrong I dont believe Brother Hill would have did it lint I felt orful ugly when I saw that fat lowlived devil and thought of my brother a big hulhcartcd man as sever gave n lad word to nobody and never held on to a dollar or n slug when wyry man wanted It mnron him Come Ill throw the nasty thing away If you say so Help me drag off this corpse and well bury man and scalp together I buried him at the gate of the Al icy under n great cairn of stones Ood forgive them both said T as I thing the last stone that they were brutes and not men saysaArmstrong but these things is or dered somehow nllow your pard ever nnd you Is glad to get tint gal out of n Morman camp cf it did cost him a horse and both on you an all days tremble Men dont ride so hard nnd look rim wolfish ns you two istIt Is indeed strange said I rather thinking aloud then addressing my companion that this brute force should have achieved for us by outrage what love failed in Fate seems to have played Brute against Brute that Love might step between and claim time victory Tho lady is sat but the lover nmy have won her life and lost his own Look here stranger says Armstrong part of this Is yours point Ing to the money belt wileh with the dead nana knife and pistol he Italicssplow der belongs to your party I suppose 1 looked disgusted yet I have seen gentle ladles wearing boast fully brooches thnt their favorite he rues hod taken front Christian men dead Itlt field nt Inkermann and shawls of time loot of Delhi cover ninny nhoulders that would tdiuddcr over a dead worm Im not nqnlmmage said Arm strong Its my own and my brothers money In them belts Ill count that out and then cf you wont take your part Ill pass it over to the gals father I allowed from signs tier was that tint thnr boss Mormon had nl out tuk the old mans pile Most likely those shiners they won last night Is some of the very suffcrlna Hzzum got from him Its right he should hey em back I acknowledged the justice of thio restitution Now said Armstrong again you want to stay by your friend and the gnl so Ill take one of the pack mules and fetch your two saddles along be fore dark lights down It was too bad to lose that Iron gray but theres inorcn two horses Into time hide of that black of yourii Ho was the best man of the lot for the gain the savin sad the killln Stronger Ive ben byln and sellln and breedln ket tryplds ever since I was raised my self but I cllow I never seed a horse till I seed him lunge off with you two on lila back- Armstrong rode up the Alley again Another mnn he was since Ills com mission of vengeance had been accom plished In those lawless wilds vendetta takes time place of justice be conies justice Indeed Armstrong now that his stern duty was done was again the kindly simple fellow nature made him the type of a class between pioneer and settler nnd n strong brave effective class it is It was the education in youth in time sturdy habits of this class that made our Washington the manly chief ho was I returned to my friends by the Springs To be continued It is difficult says thin Dublin Express to persuade anyone who has noticed the multitude of frogs in Ire land that they were only Introduced there artificially nnd ns lately ns tho beginning of the last century It was aUI iunlhcrs of Oulthers who in 1805 turned out a handful of spawn into a ditch near Trinity college Poe pome years tho frogs appear to have contented themselves with the neigh borhood of that university but by 1821 they were found forty miles away from which point they spread over the whole island Jules Verne has declined to allow his name to bo olTcrcd to time French academy and while begging that body to accept the gratludo of an old storyteller replies I have just completed my seventythird year and do not Itt such nn age aspire to time academy Dumas the younger asked mo twentyeight years ago I declined nnd slice then fiftynine academicians have died They may be immortals but they have not bees rendered Immortal JC STOCK AND STABLE STUDY OF VENTILATION OF INTEREST TO STOCKMEN Neeesillr of Cleanliness Fresh Air and Sunlight to Procure the nest neiulto Srctem to lie Used at Pan American Exposition The Pan Amerlcan Exposition will provo to be of more genuine benefit to those Interested In the proper care of live stock than any previous effort In this direction Stable construction Is a question that appeals with great force to every farmer who is anxious to secure good results The question of expense Is a great barrier to the proper building of this necessity Un fortunately some of the early examples of good tables were built by men of largo means regardless of what tho cost might be As a result practical farmers were slow to toko the matter up as the Idea of a properly constructed stable became at once associated with great expense Ono object of Mr F A Converse who has charge of the live stock and dairy products at tho Exposition in building a model stable at tho Exposi Lion Is to counteract this erroneous Im pressionA constructed stable Is not necessarily nn expensive one Cleanli ness fresh air and sunlight with a modulated temperature may be ob tained In a building of ordinary cheap construction If properly arranged- A light cheap framework covered with per which Is protected with a sheathing of very common boarding and covered with a good roof makes a very good start This should stand on ground that Is well drained and ex posed to the sunlight but protected from cold winds Tho floor should bo faicllltatescreens blinds should be provided and made to properlyA of ventilation should be provided that will ventilate Anything will not do By excluding the cold mid tile light ordinarily we also shut out the fresh air without which no an imal can thrive Many stockmen are careful about the quality of the food though care less about everything else in connection with the stable In this manner they are protecting their stock In one direction while leaving them exposed In many others Stable air Is devitalized by passing through the lungs It Is also being con tnmlnnted by chemical decomposition of the excicmcntum as well as the otldampproperly ventilate a stable It Is bow toI sary to study the circulation of air at changing temperatures which is gov erred by fixed laws and may be easily understood Warm air Is lighter than cold air Generally speaking foul all- Is heavier than fresh pure air from the outside even at the same temperature Starting from this well known princi pie ventilation should be arranged accordingly Fresh all should be let In at the top and the foul air taken out at the bottom By experimenting we find If we 1lar In ehl4tl room the smoke ROCS first to the ceiling where Iti spreads In every direction un til It reaches the side walls when it will descend This wojlu Indicate that we should admit fresh air at or near the center of the ceiling and draw the foul air from the different sides of the room near the bam There are two jritemi IlL tar to aaR1Ml MbIa Oaw 1lttrs the fresh ate In the other the King system draw the foul air out 4s Mr Converse prefers the liiiter that Is the sjxirin he will demonstrate at the lxposhtion consists of nn air stack with a the opening of which Is turned from the direction from which the wlnij In blowing To this main air pipe nre attached feeders from different pa is tt the stable These feeders have slide openings to adroit and carry off time foul nlr from near the floor at the sides of time stable Fresh all Is ad omitted through a central opening In tllil the draft that Is created by the hooded stiuk In KtilUclent to limn the bottom air from till stable fresh air must go down through the central opening to take Its place and n change of nIl Is a certainty To prevent the Intake from striking the animals too strong a shield Is plnceQ under time aliening which assists in directing the flow of fresh air along the ceiling In Uils manner It mixes with the warm air that naturally rises In the center of the stable and all Is Intermingled and diffused With a good stable well ventilated and good feed Intelligently fed tho winter con of stock should be profitable as well as pleasant Epidemics have no bad effects on such stock and a visit from tho board of health has no unpleasant conse quences for the owner IIEnnEnT SIIFAnEn PROFUSION OF LfeHT More Than Three hundred Thonmnil Lnnim nl Inn American It lilts been said that the Panican Exposition will be a Rainbow City by day and City of Light by night oriel If this be true It should prove the most beautiful sight of Its kind ever erected for the delectation of the hu man vision Much ham been written about the Illu minations of the Exposition but the public Is scarcely aware of the mag nificence of the scene which Is to be created by the use of Incandescent lights In such generous profusion nbout the train court of tbe Exposition nod the buildings Immediately surrounding It When one says that 300000 of these lights are to be used the figures look large but they are nevertheless true Nor does this Include all the lights that are to be used In the general Illunilimtlc of the Exposition for on the Midway several concessions such as the Thompson Aerie Cycle Street of Mexico and some others will use as runny as 2000 lights each In the hulldlnp and about the border of the grounds will be arc lights while mean descent lamps will also be used by many Individual exhibitors Thus the figures 300000 will be considerably In Tensed The Illumination of the Eire trim Tower Is going to be not only as tonishing and novel but truly artistic Automobile Exhlhlt The automobile has won such favor that the construction of these vehicles Ins become one of the Important new Industries of the world In any new nnd prominent field like this the Unit ed Stntcs with Its wealth of active inventive minds Is expected to take the lead That this country docs lead will bo demonstrated by the exhibit made nt he PanAmerican Exposition TOWER ON THE PLAZAPAN Ell ICAN EXPOSITION An instrncttve exhibit On the street In the stores In dwei logs nil about there Is evidence of the advancement of that wonderful force electricity Is It any wonder that peo pie In nil walks of life of all clnssrs want to kjiv about Its Is vcli the electrical exhibits of the ruaAmer lean ExpcsWca are destined to lalc set 1ttN Ir1Ae1 N tarry VERSES GRAVE AND GAY That Vine Old Scurf Oh Wheres the tine old colored scarf la boyhood days I knew The amp knitted folds of which con craleu the face from view That great old scarf that usually was more longland t was so durabl and strong rhat scarf that wai an overcoat when It was rightly placed That went three times around the neck and twice around the waist That crossed the breast In such a way It vanquished old Jack Frost That was so big and tied so tight It never could be lost That joyous scarf of colors bright that gayWith led ends todayIt roads It may be In the wood It Is not seen on city streets that much li understood And so my sympathy now goes to all the city boys Who cannot well appreciate its comforts and Its joys Though there be many substitutes naught placeNaught charm will no protect tho face And keep the neck and body warm while giving freedom too I would my children had such scarfs as I In boyhood knew Chicago Evening Post Time Jolljrer Im allus kind o glad to see the jollyercome along The fellrr that kin tell a joke or mebbe sing n tons The man that puts up llghtnln rods you really didnt need Or tells you ground that Isnt wuth the paper In the deed lie has a way o shakln hands an sayln how dydot That Jes convinces you he thinks the world an all o you He doean ketr fur money he U sech a generous elf t An purty soon he has you feelln Jes that way yourself Dut I dont bear him any grudge I Jes take off my hat Hes made this ol world brighter an Im bilged to hIm fur that f listen to his stories an at some Im laughing ylt An try to nit oft Jes as cheap as reason will permit Fur Its wuth a little romethln to have some one comln out To make you feel that youre the real thine without a doubt A regular strppln thoroughbred muck swifter than the throng You feel that youre right In It when the jollyer comes along Washington Star Life Tls sweet to rive when Life and Joy are one And lereenlng dusk and growing light are twain While shadows flying come not back again Since every pathway climbs toward the ctm- Where Virtue finds no ancient foes to shun Jut cl1amplooatnWhen plodding Patience struggles not In vain And leave complete tho arduous task be gun What of the Life that striving prays for Peace Though Darkness follow all the lone some ways And Malice haunt U hurrying down the slope When Labor battling yields no just In crease Yet tights In pain thro length of weary days And keeps Its faith still finding room for Hope Clarence 11 Urner In National Maga zine The Lesson of the Archer Adown the glade the mark Is full and fair A taut string twangs an arrow cleaves the air But some mischance a twig a vagrant gust And the bright barb Is hidden In the dust Oh Brothers of the Bowl WhOM shafts- haverpeut Their speed and speeding shunned their targed Intent Think ye because their steel with earth was stained That you no quarry by their flight have gained Not so Tis good your lack of skill to rue hut every failure makes your aim more true A touch of truth Is sent to hand and eye Ily each wild missile that athwart don fly No yew bow yet was strained Us stubborn length But gave the archers arm an added strength And lifes charged quiver has for lesson thIs Ye learn to strike by stress of many a miss Ii M Lome in Success Dare to 1ralie W O master I Implored what may I do To help men walk In easier ways How may I to myself be nobly trueMy master answered Dare to praise O master Fate ts harsh men sigh Beneath the burdens that she lays Upon their shoulders how may I Itestore their faith In Him on high My master answered Dare to praise 0 master there are those that weep For loved ones lost through all their days The moaning winds of sorrow sweep How may I lull their grief to sleep My master answered Dare to praise 0 master I Implored how may I shed A little light across the ways Wherein the brokenhearted halting tread My master answered Dare to praliol S E Klser In Chicago Timeslie raId When Love Went nT When Love went by I scarcely bent My eyes to see which way he went Life had so many joys to show What time had I to watch him BO Or bid hIm In whom folly sent But when the day was wellnigh spent From out the casement long I leant Ah would I had been watching no When Love went byl Gray days with dismal nights are blntLonely and sad and discontent would his feet had been more slow Oh heart of mln how could we know Or realize what passing meant When Love went by Theodosla PIckeritg in Womans Horns Companion Only a Dream Too bright too beautiful dear to stay In the gloom or the glorygleam You were a dream but you passed away And life Itself Is a dream Many a heartache many a fear Many a sigh and many a tear ind a thorn wreath red for the Views te wear But life Is only a dream Out of the storm ard utter strife Fur all tfcit rmrrunes give Do w rot dream of a sweeter life O r the life we live my a song and many a sigh llsht and dark In a morning sky byAhIV L Stanton In Atlanta ComUtuUea t t I IhtTHEGITIZENBEREA KYMARCH 28 1901 THE WAY OF SUCCESS Story of it lis Captain as to How He linlncd n Ioiltlon of Rr ponsdbllIir Will you reach land tomorrow captain asked n passenger on board the Alaska aftcc a long and serves Ing look through his field glasses Yes about the miildo of the afternoon replied the captain who was having n merry chatter with his youngest passenger n winsome little maid You are n jolly captain ob served the passenger Why should I not be I have a good shipnone better sails the seas a good crew Gods free air and sunshine in abun dance and plenty to eat and drink nut you are particular what your drink shall be I observe you never accept an Invitation to drink a glass of wine with anone No I draw the lino agaInstall strong drinks Rave you scruples against them Well suppose so I know they would have no scruples against me should I Indulge I suppose 1 might today be only an ordinary sailor be fore the mast drinking and swearing were It not for the advice of a good old sea captain witi whom I sailed when I first took to the sea I begun to take my wrong grog with the rest till one day he called me In his cabin and advised me to give it upl He said If anything in the will keep you down grog will If you wish to be ordered about kicked about and despised byeverybody drink grog but if you wish to rise LEAVE GROG ALONE If you wish to be a smart clever healthy sailor boy and one that every girl loves to look at and to know and respect leave grog alone If you wish to be trusted by you captain and officers if you wish to rise in your profession leave grog alone I did and am very glad Grog Is a dangerous thing on ship board I know for a fact that mos of the accidents at sea are caused by drink Spirituous liquors are more dangerous than gunpowder Coo heads and steady hands are needed by those who manage a sailboat a yacht or command a ship ARSENICAL WALK U FecnlUr Affliction of Urn UTio Detail Much Deer Which U Made of Glneoie Newest of all gaits Is the arsenical walk which may be alqulredsa11 George A De I ilng a chemist by the drinking of beer made from glucose Dr Ue Leslng Is a member of the Society of Chemical Industry Xew Yorl city at a meeting of which a few day ago Prof Langmulr announced that he bad found traces of arsenic in Amerl can beers There was an Indignant pro test from the chemists Interested in the manufacture of glucose and of the simple elixir of malt and hops De Lelng says that during his real dence in London last year he observes the strange halting gait of the Kngllsl beer drinkers and he has alto Been it ii New York city breweries where the employes are permitted to have all much beer as they wish to drink The chemist has not made a test of Amerl can beers as Prof Langmuir says hi has done but he thinks It likely that many of the cheaper kinds contain enough arsenic to be deleterious is healthThe arsenic accumulates In tilt system said Dr De Leslng the other day and the victim suffers from ntu rills The skin of the soles of the feet becomes harl1and scales Tin muscles of the lower limbs become hardened and as a result cause that pe collar gait which has become common with Englishmen who drink beer In large quaatitleaChlcngo ICecord ITEMS If tbou wouldst be true to Ihysel avoid vice and strong I1rlukXu tlonal Advocate The license committee of the Chicago council has recommended an or dinance prohibiting the establlihineiil of saloons within 200 Sect of a church orschoolStringent anticigarette bills hUH been Introduced in the legislature of Minnesota und Illinois during t ie past week while Wisconsin linn asf l tin Overbeck bill wither little uoil tionGov McMillan of Tennessee In bit Inaugural message not only advocated the reenactment of the antlci nixttr law but recommended that the age o consent be raised from 10 your and one day as it now standsT to IS years giving his reasons therefor In a clear and logical manner Correspondence Madison Countyd l ftOIi town Charlie Bowman has bought the stock and fixture of Perry Muudey and Mr Muutloy is working at the carpenter trade Curt Sherriur who hRS boon ill from uieumouiu is recovering his healthHarry Turner anti wife spent Sun daywith his brother on Tallow Fork Rev J A Blylho preached horn last Sunday Mrs Lizzio Bennett is still on the sick list Bourbon County Millcrsburt Mrs Mnry Emory is quito sick A special program is to he rendered at the Christian church Easter Sunday All aro invited Mrs James Mayberry null little Roswell are visiting Mrs John May berryP Origgs is improving Miss Amanda Price and Mrs Thomas will give an entprlaiment March 30 for the benefit of the Sun day school Mrs French Washington of Paris and Mrs Clark of MU Ray visited Mrs Ranson last week Eld W A Bowen is much improv ed and filled his pulpit last Sunday Horace Baker is suffering greatly from an opporntion for a tumor the opperation was performed at home Clay Williams of Paris visited Sam Ross n few days last week Mason County Maysvlllo Mrs Julia Yates is seriously ill with tho grippe at her home on Lexington Pike Charlie W Strawder Jr of Cinch nati spent Saturday and Sunday with his grandma Mrs Mary Straw ler of Lawrence Creek Rev Wm South ate preached his farewellsermon to a crowded audi ence Sunday morning Mr South gate is a very able preacher and the members of the M E Church are anxious for the conference to send him back tothem Profs Davis mid Garvin visited the city Saturday Anna Berry is aide to attend school titer having had a severe attack of pneumoniaJohn Stewart is critically ill with consumption Pro T A Rid preached to a large audience at the M E Church Sunday night Owsley County Eversole Mrs Jane Stats of Wolf Creek visited Mrs Margaret Moore last Saturday andSunday Price Moore and his sister Dora at ended services on Meadow Creek ast Sunday C B Moore has hit house nearly completed Whitney Minter of Boonorille Las novel to his farm on Indian Creek Most of the farmers are making apid progress with their spring work Last Thursday tho woods were sot m fire by burning brush on Alfred Bolins land Very littlo fence was ost but a great deal of woodland Belonging to C B and Price Moore vas burned over The CITIZEN itl always a welcome visitor to our homes A J Edwards has returned to his tome at Manchester Mrs Margaret Moore bought two ire turkeys of James Oabbard Grant Gabbard took a load of po atos to Beattyville last Monday for which he received 70 cents a bushel C B Moore will start for Lexington text week to purchase a supply of household furniture with which to furnish his now hou- seJackson County Kerbyknob William Jones it better Miss Laura Spenco passed through hero last week on her way back 10 Beroa Miss Spence has boon visil lug her father Littlo Rosa Powell is almost wflll againMrs Larkin Kirby has been Iillte low but is improving- Mr and Mrs S R Ballard haIJ returned from n visit to Beren Some very lively speeches wer made here last week by Col Clarl Jackson Morris and others Morri spoke at Cave Spring a few daYK later A Ministers Institute will be held here next Saturday and Sunday Rev Jumea Lunsford preached at tho Oak Grove church Sunday West French visited Mio Sttndii schools at Kerbyknob and mho ParkR school district he teaches a singing class Green Hull Farmers are bus preparing for their crops Miss Loucella Farmer and Waite Cannon were guests of Miss Corn Madman recently A number of our young people had an enjoyable visit with Mr Mrt Price Eager last week Mr and Mrs Ellis Scales of Major visited relatives here last week Misses Belle and Lena Planner visited relatives at Welchbtirg reo centlyJackson Morris and W II Clark candidates for representatives of tho 71st district spoke at las ThursdayJames Flnnnery has returned from East Burnitndt with a load of tnoi clmudise for J E Holcum Major Pierflou shot and killed Xio Madden nt the store of Evans f Crouch near here last work Saloons Must Go I Written teethe br INKY ALLEY 14151 Fate hM decreed that rum hH In piteof what the woltVrn KIT That rvll which the worldodrrads- The world opposes It today With wanner ardor Qmngerbinw Which very pUlnly KOn In how The people are iletfnnlnnl that Saloon Mutt not What good are they that they luiiM star To tempt to pots on kill corrupt Thtrrfi naught that writers mtcfy Half like the lrara luip pnhon cup The homes where once idowol light and lot All gloomy now with want and woe Should rou c the pity of iiianklud Andilemon Drink lie made To got nut hall all han to that trout sap When alcohol whkh tralirnmuiid Such tin end ham att mtwrr Shall nowhere In thU laud W fonu 1f The Christian folk of every creel Should Join the rank that nuwan1 To fight this monster of the IllSalu m Mutt Got The prayen bf mllllom that aeend- Fxom hearts all broken std In pain Jwltyed and and torn by alcohol Are heard by Qod and not la vain The KanM rruxJoa but a straw Which nhowi how wlndvp heaven blow Hut ipeaki to ua la tbiwJcr apnea Saloons Mint Col Photographs 12 on fanny mounts copied Iron your photo SOc On buttons We each 3 for 25c Send 2 stamps fo sample Wm Loriruor Photographer Danville Ky AGENTS WANTED Do Good and Make Money By Inlredacfng EntertainingBooks FOR TERMS AND FULL PARTICULARS ADDRESS Nichols and Company publisher IINapervillef Ill 4d Sln ium Till CITIZKf THE WESTERN POULTRY NEWS and THE CITIZEN One Year for Onjy 60c The Western Poultry News is a big 16page Monthly Chicken Papa published at Lincoln Neb and is splendid authority on poultryraisin t1I0t only interests fancy breeders but the housewife in town or rout try who wants to make some profit from n tow hens It also has Belgian Hare Department It you want a poultry paper hero is you chance Only GO cents for both papers a year Address THE CITIZEN Berea Ky THE HOME Edited by Mla J Stuart liutructnr In Ikitnrgtlv Science nerca College Sugar Curing IlaitiH There tire few things which help farmers much us tho agricultural papers and Farmers Institutes The discussion of topics of mutual interest broadens the mind and gives one now ideas und improved methods of per forming their duties Institutes an profitable in a social way also Out of the greatest objections to farm life is hick of social intercourse und n good institute will do u great deal to ward removing this drawback At a recent meeting of this kind the subject discussed was the best meth od of curing nnd keeping hums Allt members agreed that tho quality orl the pleat depended in a great mcasuru upon the kind of hogs and tho way they are cared for Much butter meat is obtained from tho thoroughbred hog thmi the co union scrub In or der to bo perfectly healthy they need plenty of range with as great variety of teed as possible nUll plenty ol freshclear water They should bt killed in cold frosty weather und af ter Kinlding and cleaning hung up to cool over night Several methods of silting mill Miiokiug wero presented but lute following which wits given by a farmer who has gained tin repti tntion of always having the best sag ur cured IIUIUH in the county was nc ceptctl us the Most satisfactory Cut the meat up in thu morning and Blinjxi tho hams nicely SIIIlI lightly to bring tho bloodalit anti al low it to remain a day or two Pre pare a brine using ton KiuudH of salt two ounces of saltpeter two pounds of brown sugar one ounce of red pep per and live gallons of water ftr each hundred pounds of meat Let this brine which will be strong enough to float a fresh egg fituifd until tho in gradients have ditNolvinlj thou plare lie hams in a tight barrel and pour the brine over them until thuy aw coy ered After ten days tour the brine off nnd cover with fresh brine prepar ed as tho first was When till y have boon in the brine a month take them out wipe with n cloth and while still damp spriuklo powdered Ixirax over them using a tablespoonful to fifteen pounds of meat A largo jwpper hOI in a great hull in applying it Hang tltom jjp and smoky With hickory chipd two or thijtro weeks Slip ouch ham in n flour sack and hang thomI up in 0 tool dry pluco until you wish to use them The pr fervativo quail ties of borax are recognized by nil who have trial it and it is now used in nil the largo packinghousesl4esturn Housekeeper Farm Field and Firo side Lancaster Ky March 22 1JMI Emma CITIZEN Several mouths ago ono of our muter chants shipped eight cases of eggs to Chas L Pottis t Co Now York prepaying the express on them He has never heard from them though he has written them several times Yours truly G M PATTKnsov Agent Aflame Ex Co Tho above letter was received last Monday and explains itself Ed Val for SAM Four milts louth 01 nona 25J acres of good arm laud 12j acres cf it in ciliUm lion It has house stables crib and good well near the houso also nu or haul of 25 fruit trees For particu lars address Harvey Knuckles Con vayKy J I SAW Mlrf for Sine A twelve gorse power otigino moqutwi on vheols and a Handy sw Mill and 3rist Mill combined all in good or ler at prices to suit tho times Cull on or address J W Lambert Con way Ky 8 2I THE FARM Edited by a C MAmt frotvwor ol Hiirll rulliirv llcrra follixr The llulplttl lieu Tho success witha Dock of hll1S lopeiids upon munugomont ilnviu nice chosen u breed cud It is alliu porto lit to do this nt tho start takin limbo coiiHidorution just what flulllities yOU desire to study their nature auit hOUllingJfllxllng to markutabhi size Once thin which is really the market m lo of till JtmiiuAS In muNtcrcd nttcntiou to- Imeding line specimens may bo addI tl do not agree with mummy bnvti rs that fine birds bred with tho dt tiro for show specimens thould bo thu first step This belongs more espii ially to thn amateur fancier who ma be indilTcrent to profits but mow am ions for reputation gained by succor in till show room It would bo folly to uttempl to breed n rucohorsu b foro one hail tiny knowUnlgo of horn o breeding at till It is true it coat no mere to keep u show bird than itI dots u scrub but it coats uoiuidiTiibl more to lotto the former than elm hat ter lb start with thoroughbrt stock I beliuvo in fully Tho IItrollb eat nutl healthiest specimen ono cnll obtain none too good for tho Mart et branch Thcuo lire getting saute enough nud it would pay breeder better to Improve tm ir IKxiks with this and in view then to devote much Litho to form and feathers E O UofHHle For profit in egg production wo rust see to it that uvery hen in strict Iy kept to businutiH allowing none but hose wuutwl for the work to sit innecoosttry moment ju u brood rooil rte every hour means loss of lessand fewer eggs Catch of UII jvctiing nud confine in HOIUO room ucIoNUro give a little more than hush lie usual ration plenty of water grit ind green stulT tutu in n fou day hey will bo broken of the iuoubntmi lesiro itiul after a little iHgiu to IAl again whereas if hull Btarrttl to heath as was the cuutoui with the nmmoii dunghill in our forouiQlhcru lay it will like thorn fully u monde to recuiemtOMrs Helen MBailoy- As u corrective lu over VtHliug us a Rinwlv in bowel troub en slid n preventive of indigeHlJon blryIcorn for lowlrt nud the sizeuf wliwi for chinks Cliurrwl corn on cob an uxcvlent way for giving charcoal Ilaco a few ears of corn in tho oven tad them thorn until they un iirucd black to tho cob Core chur coal can thus Iw mado us wanted tho older und dryer tho corn tho call cr it will JHJ to charcoal rind thi letter it will lw Tho best war U fllllI to givo just what tho civic will eat up clean In that way it ill ittlo oxpqbtxl to air No farmer cnn t to bo success ful with poultry unless ho knows chat ho Ha may ant gain or losing according to circtim louses and if the tract condition ol hairs could bo known it would largo Iy nerve to guard against mistakes or isnist in increasing receipts gory armor and poultryman IOU III kiwi all exact account every dollar ox tended and received so doing tho hens will show what they have lone for every week and month in the will partially cn Joar und thin prices ono to know what tho tiny bo for tho corrcsx ndiug period of tho next year It is much easier tc koup an account with IIOUM than with ttle larger stock us thero uro usually hilly receipts of which uteri on ly bo counted and otutorel while the cal can bo measured in bulk and fwl utuutil it is consumed If farmers roultl keep strict account of owls tho would bo surprised at thin profit craved In proiKirtiou to tho capital iivubtcdj und there no better time to than when tho now our is just beginning Thu accounts oultl kept by cup of yopigur mum iers of the fnmjlyblnlJ antlliro- KidoHoport of State board of BEREA COLLEGE oubed Places the Best Education in Reach of All Over 25 Teachers TOO Studoiit from 20 States Host College library In ICeutucky lCJ 8ALOQN8 Trade Hclioolu Carpontry Printing Housework Nursing two years Model Schools General Education anti fitting for ailvggpvsl QIIrHCK For those itjlclentli advunced to jet u traaher cent 1icule Applied Science Two years course with Agriculture for young men and Domestic Science for young ladies Normal CoiirHe Two years with practice teaching Acadoniy Coiirfo Four years fitting for College for biiHlimnH and College CotirHO Literary Philosophical ClnsHicul for life MiiHle Heed Organ Choral free Vocal Iiauo Theory We are hero to help nil who will snip themsolvos toward a Christian edu cation Our instruction it 8 free gift Students pay a small incidental toe to moot expenses of tho school apart from instruction and must also pay for hoard In advance Expenses for term 12 ffoyks may bo brought within 2400 about f11 to bo paid in advance The school is endorsed by Baptists Congregatioualiat Disciples Method ists Presbyterians and good people of all denominations For information and friendly advice address the VicoPresident GEO T PAIBGIIILD L L DHares MaillHon Co Ky THE SCHOOL 1K- illlcd br J WDIiumorc Dan ol the NJ mil Dctxrtmcnt Iterr College Wliat it Menus to bu a Touch An K sny for rlmliiK Kxtilbltlon nt Winter Tcnn by MiNt KATIIEHINK llfLLu What does it menu to IHJ a teacher Lot us ask saute teacher who mlgh know Wo will visit liar schoolroom her workshop M Vo are pleased to note that tl l teacher hits made an effort to beautify the room There uro good pictures ou tho walls here arc attempts at grotty fiirniHhings She herself ia neat and pleasing in nppearunco She evidently rocogiiizeu tho fact that as much of the childn timo is spout in tho school room that part of his lire should bo surrounded with pletiHiiut Httractivu objects But tho most important feature In the echco1 room U the group of chill threat gathered around this teacher tSho is tolling them a story of won durful adventure in which time hero is dcscrilHil as preforming a doodof self Bitcrillco To her questions nt tho close of limo story Johnny do you think our hero did right Would you have done sol the little rams look lug nt lion with bright eyes replies es You toli us it la right to give up what wo want very much to some ono else Surely hero is the teacher to answer Olin quutlou Whun hero is nn opportunity we liNk her Does caching momma to you tho meru gutting of mouayt Sho replies IJ uiiiht have wages for my Inbors1 am eariilug tny own living but I want to IIn true teacher for 1 lose my work Again Do you mean that you wish to bo able to so teach that your pupils will be jKwscssed of i cortaiu amount of knowledge To which the says I want them toknu r n great dual anti tp be able to think For thumHuIvus But wont of all I waut them to Jeiirn to lose tip right I want to bo a truo teacher The xproMiiiou n true teachur ittrucU our attuntjou It sounds lug jfstive it is full of ineuuing It nears uncle to us bfcauae there are hose wio have not ponmderti It M lid this tiiiclmr with whom wp Poll orwxlWe all remember nomo teacher of our ncqimlutnuco who see tned Ito us to taro very little about and our iifu lien greatest concern seemed to 14 to obtain from us as much work is nimble Did we coiitinit some of 1iimud our iimtruc or u thoru In thu flesh iVo ore thankful that many such as hose do not enter tho ranks but hllUtfureolof nicking it a stoppingslope to omethiug moro to their choice Now what is the difference Jxjtwcf n thu true teacher and those otjiore What teacher d0 TOil upw hipk of duo loving you brought out mho exult hunt was within your Sea tried not July to iloruiop your mental faculties rut to urouHo within you n desire tow more than a collector of know dgo Sho implanted within you pil- Jer own zeal und earnest endeavor an ipward tendency toward higher and totter slaiidaril than you hadever wforo thought of Sho showed you how to study nnd how to cocirpl ourself She tiiughl you Host important thing for you to learn as Id do thin right iu the face of cuts and to study to show yourspif approved unto God a workuinn thai mieth not to bo aahauleh Thou what does it mean to yap too a teaphort Does it not moap that- t your school of iiorhnps forty little puoplo you have forty individuals eacb with nn infinite soul placed In our care to tip with al PH1TI1- 1Tllu true teqaher will dpci on tree polntst Ul is phij upilas ho presents hlmeoif to uiuf 2 What do deslrt him tp bet into what do I wish to iiiojd him and 8 That method muqt be amplpypd ip rdor that thosp alma and ideas pay bo realized t Tho truo tpapher evil vpr e pjt thc Fu queries from thp inborn tiou tiat Btiph work ifl worth vtlui Tim niUt pomp first nud just as surer r ns tho stars and plmjetq fur mllin in their places wti the unIWa7 iUII iixetyof Gotn purpose Nnl trllo unfaltering chiirnpter of the sincore carnoat teacher will load and itablish tho unformed chiirnctor lit- hll pupils A teacher is n pilot to a child Thoro are dangerous ways through wbloh tho child will have to pa Ihoy are besot with rocks of tmnpja tlOII and are often narrow and flof r will steer cjeaf oJtho hrllalulrsrviU loqk for aut to g jdp the J v1yagar tR which the t pt tb9 Ig01l1 soul and xxly