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Digital page images are linked to the text file. j RevJOHNOODWELLManagcrTH E CITIZENAnllndependeDt theIYEAR WeeklyJ SCHOOL i VOL II A Family Paper BEHEA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY APRIL 18 1001 Fifty cents a year NO 43 IDEAS i Dont cut and cover Stir your ground well If you want to bo miserable think bout yourself Taku care or your life the Lord will take euro of your death The sluggard will not plow by reason of tho cold thereforo shall lu hug in harvest and bnvu nothing Take Notice Irof U M Jouos will preach at Church of Borca Sunday morning At Second Church Roy H J Dor thick will preach Sunday morning Subject Sabbath Observance Tho Y M 0 A extension workurs will go to Blue Lick Sunday afternoon Rev Wm Lodwick will preach at 8 oclock Weekly Prayer Meeting Church of Borea Wednesday 730 p in Second Church Monday 730 p m Baptist Church Thursday 730 p m The Boy Orator of tho Sierras only twelve years old in assembly room at Ladies Hall Friday night Admission by favor FROM THE WIDE WORLD Rousseau tho French Premier is suffering from cancer of tho tongue caused by cigarette smoking Tho King of Swccden Iran consent ed to act as arbitrator between Ger many England and the UniUnl States in the Samoan Island claims Tho situation in tho far East re mains practically unchanged Japan has not ceased her hurried prepara liens for war and her fleet has mobil- Ized at Nasgasaki Tho Japanese Minister at Pekin has informed Li lung Chang that thin presence of the Emperor is need ed in Pekiu ill OUR OWN COUNTRY Two Havana editors have been sent to jail forW and 00 days respectively fat publishing a libelous article re garding Capt Lucien Young Capt air of the Port Capt Young is n Kentuckian Tho wife of Judge Day is ill of ap oplexy at her homo in Canton O Tho Catholic in National Conven lion at Chicago declared against state education and in favor of sectarian religious education Rev Sam Jones has announced his intention of stumping Georgia in- S each of its 137 counties for the anti saloon crusade Twelve hundred men of the W D Wood plant of tho U S Stool Cor oration at McKvosport IJaro on a strike Tho recent discoveries of oil in tho eastern part of Texas have sot tho people wild Ono young lady mad SI 000 in two hours Crampton the preaching policeman of Now York has had a part of his tongue removed for cancer A prom inent surgeon promises to make him an artificial one of aluminum COMMOIf BALTH OF KENTUCKY John Crum a policeman of Danville was killed Friday night by a Negro divokeeper whom ho was try lag to arrest He loaves a wife and ten children for whoso benefit 1400 havo been contributed by Danville citizens Rube Quinn his murderer naa been arrested at Ludlow and ad mite the killing Grant Ripley is on trial at Frank fort for complicity in the Goebel mur der Ho testified in his own behalf MondayDr went to Buck Aliens grocery 10 miles south of Salyersville and after getting drunk shot Allens artificial leg off In tho presenceof 200 mountaineers the remains of Win Wright who was killed in last Thursdays battlo near Booms Fork wore buried in tho Ser gout cemetroy Saturday morning There is likely to bo a war of exter mination between thlt Reynolds and the Wrights Congressman filbert of tho Eighth district is recovering Rev J L Webster of tho Holston Tours Conference M E Church South has been selected as President of the Kentucky Wesleyan College ut WinchesterSilver boon discovered on a farm near Campton Locals and Personals A T Fish was in Lancaster this week Taylor Gnbburd visited homo folks last week FOR HAIKn fresh Jerrey cow M K1ascoHowell returned from Cla Co Monday Miss Lena Jones of Wild IP is with Mrs C I Ogg Hnrvoy Ambrose is at tho hospital for surgical treatment Wm Jones of Vildio was Ile Monday and Tuesday Mrs Minerva Moody has moved into the Morgan house Mrs Dr Cornelius has been quite sick but is improving Pleasant Reynolds line roturned from a visit to Livingston Miss Bonnie Harris of Richmond is visiting Miss Bessie Golden Goo Coyle of Indianapolis is on a visit to his brother L C Coyle Tutor J T White who taught here last year is teaching at Albany Tex Miss Angliu of Clear Creek is ViII ding her sister Mrs Green Hoskins J U Isaacs of Alcorn has moved into tho Ramsey house on Center St T P Gabburd Chas Moore Wm Gibson of Owsley Co havo entered schoolMiss Mattie Schoonovor hoi re turned from Livingston and line en toted school Mrs E L Robinson is recovering from her illness and is able to leave her boo for a short time daily Mrs Cora Smith who is associated with Miss Mary Baker in Sunday school extension work is in town Mrs Lester nod daughter Grace loft Wednesday for Indiana from there they go to visit relatives in Oro gonMiss Mary Baker of Wallacetou who has charge of the Sunday School extension work in Jackson Co was tiers this wee- kWANTKDCauvosor Must bo a hustler Apply at B P Urnors plating works opposite Burdottos mill Borea Ky T A Robinson has moved to the Johnson house on Center St James Dalton has bought the house vacated by Mr Robinson Rev C C Meeks a returned min sionary from India and former pastor of Prop anti Mrs Diusmore spent Sunday with them Mrs It D Smith whom we report as recovering has had a relapse and an operation was performed yester day at tho hopitul Oscar L Preston one of the em ployees of the printing otlice left Tuesday for a two weeks visit with his uncle at Newby Wo are sorry to learn that there is but little hope of tho recovery of Mrs E B McCoy who was taken sudden ly ill last Thursday H S Stout the tailor of Richmond Ky will beat the Central Hotel in our city Apr 1819 to take orders for mens a ladies suits Ho has a largo line of spring goods Mrs Eliizabeth Jackson had a nar row escape from death Saturday Her clothing caught lire and but for tho timely aid of her laughter might have lost her life Miss Jennies hands were badly burned Mrs G W Leonard of Elmira NY Miss Ruth Conner of Wilker barre Pa and Mrs Chas E Casey of Chicago urn guests of Miss Van Horn at the hospital Mrs Casey is a sister of Miss Van Horn Robinson thin Jeweler on Main St has received nice line of now goods such as Field Glasses Telescopes Cut Glass Silverplated Goldlined Tea Sets Gold Pulps and Fine Jowel ry His prices are very low for fine goods HopkinsMcCoy Wayne and Cash McCoy brother and uncle of Dr McCoy and Mrs Frank Kitchen nilof Greens burg Ind are hero because of the serious illness of Mrs McCoy Robinson tho Jeweler on Main Street has decided to clear his store of nil stock such as candies china- ware etc in fact of everything that does not belong to his special trade of jeweler and optician You can get a bargain if you will call His finest candies are selling at cost Madison County Tho Speedwell and Brassiiold turnpike is nearing completion R Leo Davis lion accepted tho as sociate editorship of tho Richmond ClimaxAn is being made to secure a Hopsyshe will succeed Tho residence of Elmer White at Irvine burned last Friday Was almost a total loss Tho caso of the commonwealth vs beenroCourtD Miller of near Willie View died at his homo tho 9th aged 79 years Mr Miller in 18JG erected the first saw mill over built in Modi soa County R M Beasloy of near Paint Lick has gone to Washington to secure a patent on aIIUlan power machine It is to be used as a motor and has a capacity equal to six horse power Mr Beasley has applied for a patent on a cinderproof ventilating screen for railroadcars Clarence Woods was called by many voters to make tno race for Mayor of tho city of Richmondon tho Democratic ticket Mr Woods has accepted the call by a response published in tho Climax Wednesday and will make tho taco for the nomi nation Register Tho mooting of the citizens called for Monday night was well attended and several spirited speeches were made against the policy of the au thorities in attempting to consolidate Central University and Center Col loge A second mooting called for Wednesday afternoon was attended by a representative class of our cit izens including a number of ladies Register College Items IPres and Mrs Frost in response to an invitation are visiting the insti tutions at Hampton Va and Tuskeo goo Ala Monday night Prof L B Sperry gave a steroopticon lecture at tho Col loge Chapel illustrating a trip to Mts Vesuvius and Etna and the ruins of Pompeii Ho is an excellent talker and tho lecture was enjoyed by all With commendable enterprise tho Utilo Dulce Society has arranged a Lyceum course for tho months of April and May The first number of tho course Mobitablo Sampson was last Friday evening and was thor oughly enjoyed by all favored with a passProf Rogers who has been in Berea sinew last Friday was hoping to BOO all his friends within miles of Beaea and opocially those old friends with whom ho has spent BO many delight ful visits but he had a sick turn and was obliged to keep quiet Ho saw a representative of tho CITIZEN and through her sent his cordial greetings and best wishes to all Ho gave a very delightful talk to the girls in re port mooting Tuesday The seating capacity of the College Chapel was taxed last Saturday night Tho occasion being the annu al Recital of Music Department Tho hearty applause attest the appre elation of Bereans for music of the highest order The program was largely made up of classics The young women who took part in the pianoforte number deserve praise for use of and of touch The Glee Clubs sustained thoir reputation for smootho anti effective singing the blending of tho womens voices being especially good The Music Department has had a most years work oorI students taking special work in instrumental and voice The choral work has also been maintained with usual interest Tho Choral Union is the name of tho now society organized from the choral classes of the and winter terms About fifty members are enrolled Taylor Gabbard Wm Flannery Jno Cope and Ethel King comprise the otiicors The ciety meets on Friday eve at 630 inIthe Chapel Guaranteed Salary 900 Yearly Men and women of Rood address to represent us tome to travel appointing agent utters for local work our interest anon salary guaranteed yearly extra commliwlonii sad vipcnwu advancement old established hone Grand chance for earnest man or woman to secure pleasant position soil liber alIIlCOIl1I1 brilliant lines Wrllo at once STAFFORD IHKSS 83 Church St New Haven CoaaII 9SS The Homespun Fair Following the custom of the last few years Berea College will at tho coming Commencement hold an ex hibit of articles which can be made in tho homes All articles of domes tic niiinufacture including homespun and handwovtui fabrics of wool am ofcotton anti wool anti of linen am wool and of cotton and also article- mado of wood are solicited for oihi bition and liberal premiums will bo gh on for tide best articles submitted in each of runny classes It will l required that all articles submitted for premium must have been manufactured since tho last Colloge Com mencement It is time to be getting ready compete for some of these prizes toII a man can mono a good chair let set about making one a little better titan ho over rondo before anti bring- it into Itiriiii and put it into the fair Itwill cost nothing for tho privilege of entering it and if is tho best made chair brought in ho will get a prize on it and will probably ho able to sell his chair for a good price beside And by looking at chairs made by others ho may learn something about mak iuc chairs which will bo worth more to him than tho premium or the price of tho chair Tho canto will bo true of his wire who may bring a home spun coverlid All premiums will be awarded strictly for excellence of workman ship Very liberal premiums are to ho given for allwool jeans and for linen and wool linsoy that is for the linseywoolsey mado from linen and wool as its name indicates The Col logo finds a demand for such goods It is also hoped that thero will be competitors for the premium offered for time best dimity counterpane A premium is offered for hand mado saddles also Tho Fair will be on Commencement Day The CITIZEN will keep its read ors informed to tho progress of the arrangements for this Fair Mrs Jonuio Lester Hill of Borea is the chairman of tho committee which will have tho Fair in charge anti she will bo glatf to answer ques tions ubout Obituary Notices Miss Delia Fairchild Titus daughter of A W Titus died Sat urday April 1001 at her home in Berea ago 18 years Miss Delia was known by all as a kindhearted and an earnest Christain girl and was prepared for her summons Her death was caused by congestion and hemorrhages of the lungs Tho tuner al services were held at the Second Church Sunday afternoon conduct ed by Prof L V Dodge assisted by Rev M K Pasco There was no more popular girl in school among teachers and students than Delia Blessed aro the dead who die in the Lori Daphne Gay the eight month old daughter of Mr and Mrs B Gay of Lowell died Saturday and was buried atBerea cemetery Sunday Commencing in nest weeks issue April 25 and regularly thereafter we will publish up to date Cincinnati Market Reports as given by A G Norman Co Cincinnati O A press of matter prevented our doing so this week The Cincinnati Womans Club wants the legislature to mako cooking a compulsory branch to teaching and study in tho Intermediate schools of Ohio Georgetown College has selected- as its representative in tho Chautau qua Oratoracal Contest A K Wright- of Cox Creok Ky F ITAYS 1 TO BUY THE BEST t rG See the Finest Lino of Implements ver brought to Borea Bicknoll Early- ee s 11lU OZT 7 z OZ SPRING SUITSjJ =Wo are pleased to announce that our now stock is now com in every department Make us a visit and well show iyou a lino of SPRING SUITS second to none in the land wholesalesgarment is made to conform to pointWpricotgoodsIyoulljfoS Dont forget onr splendid lines of IShoes Hats Shirts Ties Etc 1 COVINGTON BANKS I Richmond Ky tZ GJ MEAT MARKET I have Good Fresh Beef or Pork constantly on hand atpopuar prices Blacksmithing done at the same standat lowest rates for good workP REYNOLDS Depot St- JuBOl E B McCOY Dentist Berea Kentucky Center Street Art Gallery C I Odd Proprietor Uptodate Photos Nothing but the boat finish at the low oat price WASTKD Capable reliable person In every county to largo company of solid finan payableweeklyscs bona lde definite salary no commission uilarjr paid each Saturday and expense money advanced each week STANDARD I10U8K 331 DEARBORN ST CHICAGO BO YEARS EXPERIENCE t TnAOC r1ARKSI mayqdeultloniiiricUr eunUlonllaL laudbmk au tatenta eneyformrvnognaleutsPatents gveta reties without charue tll lue Scientific Jftercant htnitvitnelr Illnitrattd weekly rcest drulalliHi of an sclentlDo Journal Terms 13 TMM tour months 6L Sola by all newsdealers YorkBranch a DO YOU SEE CLEAR IFNOT YOCJ MA Y T A ROBINSON Ss Jeweler and Optician Main Street Berea Ky your chargewillenable you to see clearly Robinson NoveltiesRobinson your crippled clock or watch to him Attention Kentuck Teachers I The Fountain Pen is a neces sity for every teacher who wishes to save time The best pen made is the Parker Jolntlsss Fountain Pea It positively has NO EQUAL You can order it by mail from College Book Store Every pen WAUANTKD andcan either be exchanged or refunded if not satisfactory Ordersforpromptly filled Address KyJane J Ce SurireryOglotJ 1 to 3 PM National Bank Build ug Richmond Ky Hand Forged Razor Steel Blades Idle TeeUd and- WASMANT1tD Send ui 242 cent stamps and we will man yon a knlla the exact ilM of this picture U has 2 blade and retails generally at 75 eta but to get you to try them wo will send you one for cts or 242 cent stamps Your wile wants apalr of BHKAKM We Will for 60 ct lor SOtwo ct sumps IWe hATe an go page- Illustrated 1AdamIStCLEANING UP SALEt of GoodsGLEANING UP SALE will continue until March 16thOUR this Salo all Ladies and Childrens Heavy Shoes and all Mens and Boys Heavy Shoes Boots Bootees 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 bo sold at Speoia1 Cut PricesWe 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 be our pleasure to show you our goods and give you prices We will Save You MoneyThanking you for past patronage and soliciting your future demands WE ARE RESPECTFULLY WEST MAIN Wi1lscientiflcallyexamine MORGAN Douglas Bros 75Inch Winter 207ISTREET Rioliraoncl Kv STREET rMf t THE BIG STRIKE ON Amalgamated Odicials Threaten to Call Out All Men in the Steel Trust Plants SOME 35030 MEN WILL BE AFFECTED The Fight Is Being Made by the Workmen for the Recognition of the Union A Stubborn Contest In Promised find Every Mill Controlled In the Country by the Cunuiniiy May He Closed Doivn Pittsburgh Pa April 17The close of the second day of the strike nt the W DcWccB wood plant of the American Sheet Steel Co ut McKees port shows a condition of affairs that forebodes a stubborn fight between the company nnd the Amalgamated Association of Iron and Steel Work ers involving the possible shutdown of every union plant in the country controlled by the company The fight is being made by the Amalgamated association for the recognition of unionism and Presl dent Shaffers announcement that all of the companys mills would be call ed out may receive the sanction at the meeting of the advisory board which has been called for Wednes day Secretary Jarret in charge of the labor bureau of the company will he present at this meeting to present the companys side of the matter and use every endeavor to overt a general strike If the statement credited to the company that the McKcesport plant will be closed indefinitely rather than recognize the union Is adhered to President Shaffers atti tude will demand that the entire strength of the Amalgamated asso ciation be pitted against the sheet company as a whole The Stntna of the Strike The status of the strike Tuesday night was that only two departmentll- of the mill are in operation the steel mill or finishing department and the hammer shop The knobllng depart ment was working Tuesday but its workmen to the number of 125 joined the strikers and Wednesday will be idle The mayor of McKcesport has taken the precaution to have the mill and town policed with a large extra force but up to the present not the slightest disturbance has tak en place The company apparently lips no intention of trying to fill the strikers places and the men seem content to allow their leaders to man age their campaign and are not going near company property The strikers secured accessions to their ranks Tuesday by the 125 men in the knobllng department joining them This leaves only the steel mill and the hammer departments at work amid they will continue in operation until the work now in progress Is fin ished when the shut down will be complete MAJ J M BRICE DEAD lie Wna the eldest Graduate of Wet Iolut nnd Was n Claamnte of Gen n E Lee New York April 17Maj Joseph Smith Brice the oldest graduate of West Point died Tuesday in this city at the age of 93 He was born at Georgetown D C on September 21 1808 and was graduated at West Point with distinction in 1829 one of his classmates being Gen Robert E Lee He served throughout the civil war on the staffs of Gens Wadsworth and Bernard He retired from the nnny and practiced law He was the father of Gen Lloyd S Brice former ly paymaster general of New York state and late editor of the North American Itevlew OIL BEARING LAND Forty Thouannd Acre In Californiat Sold for 350OOOO hy L F Deyo and II O Stuart Springfield Ill April 17L F De yo of San Bernardino Cal In a let ter sent from Chicago to the State Register Tuesday states that he and B B Stuart of Los Angeles Cat both formerly of Springfield hue sold 40000 acres of oil bearing paid out of a tract of 400000 acres con trolled b them for 3500000 Mr Deyo clnfms this is the largest sale ever muck in the United States that the next largest wns that by which- C A Canfleld of Los Angeles Cal over n year ago sold to Kusslan capi talists rich oil lands in Ventura county Cal for 3000000 KING EDWARD Jill Coronation Will Take Place In Wraliuliiiiter Abbey at the Lad of June 1UO2 London April 17The coronation of King Edward will take place nt the end of June 1902 Westminster abbey according to Truth will be entirely closed to the public for four months prior to the event and nil service will be suspended In order to pre pare the Interior for the ceremony The details of the ceremonial will be settled next week by committee of the privy counci- lTwentySIt Tenon Killed Johannesburg Transvaal Colony April 17A cage filled with natives fell down n deep shaft of the Gelden huU mine Twentysix of the native were killed REMARKABLECASE Dozens of Sewing Needles Ex ti acted From the Body ofa French Servant Girl THE VICTIM IXPERIENCES NO PAIN They Arc Drawn From Her lands Arms Feet Ears Eyelids and Corner of Right Eye She Admit That When KIpvcii Years 011 She Amimetl herself With Other Children by SwnllowliiK- Qunntltlra of ectlle Paris April 17A dispatch from St Germain near this city describing the extraordinary case of Julienne Laiulrietix n servant girl from whoso body dozens of needles are being ex trncted The girl complained of con siderable irritation of the skin and last Thursday went to a loenl drug gist who found n number of needles emerging from various parts of her body lie extracted them witl pinchers The girl less returned sev oral times a day since and tip to Tuesday morning the druggist linn drawn out 120 needles from her arum hands feet anti breast the lobe of cornrIpiercing the epidermis The needles always emerge thick end first anti unless immediately extracted disap pear again Una Lupoyed Ilea of Health Mlle Landrieiix says that five years ago when she was 11 years old sill amused herself with other children by swallowing quantities of needles She swallowed 49 in one day mind never felt any inconvenience until recently and has enjoyed the lest of health While relating the foregoing to the reporter of the Temps who saw her at the druggists site ex claimed I feel one in my eye now The druggist then upturned her right eyelid and with n magnet drew out four fragments of needles- A surgeon of the hospital of Ln Salpetriere said in an interview that the case was quite unprecedented Needles inserted under the skin were known to have been bolno through the muscles but there was no record of a needle introduced into the stomach emerging from the lobe of the ear In such a case the needle must have traversed the skull which incomprehensible RIOT AT AN ELECTION Two Men Killed and Two Serloiiily- Wo muled In u Suliiirh of llnut St LoulM III St Iouls April 17 Charles Smith and Win Johnson were killed und J Fisher nnd W It Hamilton were seriously wounded Tuesday In course of nn election riot In Winstnnley park a suburb of Hast St Louis III Ham iltons wounds tire serious Fred Ayer who Is alleged to have fired the shots Is under arrest The trouble grew out of the election contest between Henry Drummond and Raymond It Mojo opposing candidates for the position of village president The killed and wounded were partisans of Drum mond SPANISH AMERICAN WAR Out of a Total Force of 22x8 the Native Horn Snllorn Were 1I IForelRii Horn 7422 Washington April 17 Secretary Long has compiled a table showing that during time SpanishAmerican wnr out of a total force of 22828 the total of native born sailors was 15 400 and of foreign born 7422 The percentage of native born sailors was CS and including foreigners who hud become Americans by naturalization the percentage was 80 The state ment also shows that of the foreign born sailors more than onehalf have become naturalized or have declared their intention of becoming citizen The statement further shows that tin navy is more exclusively American than is generally supposed To Entertain Ail in Fnniuhnr Kingston Jamaica April n1hAmerican consul here has received a cablegram from Adm Forquhar to the effect that the latter with three battleships will arrive at Kingston next Thursday morning A pro gramme for the entertainment of the visitors is being arranged loyal Hvuldence In Ireland London April 17 According to On looker a society paper a site of 113 acres has been acquired in Ireland for the erection of a royal residence The plums for the building have been approved and work will commence shortly GnlnaboroUKh Picture Sold London April 17Mr J Pierpont Morgan it is authoritatively stated has bought the Gainsborough pier ture recently recovered in Chicago though the price Is not yet finally determined upon Will tnUtTKO nn Operation London April 17Queen Dowager Emma of the Netherlands according to the Brussels correspondent of the Dally Chronicle will soon undergo an operation ut Bonn To Hflleve Capt lute Washington April 17Cllpt J B Coghlan has been ordered to relieve Capt O F Ide from duty as captain of the Mare Island CaL navy yard REBUTTAL TESTIMONY Iroiirutloii In the Illulry Cnae Will PlniT KxNreretnry of Slate Mnltheiv on the Stand Frankfort Ky April 17ltiimen court convened Tuesday It was thought probable evidence in the Hip Icy ease might be concluded late Tuesday nfternoon The developments on the croKHcxnmlnatInn of the de fendant however regarding nn aim leged conversation between him and former Assistant Secretary of State B Matthews Indicates that the prose cution hits some important rebuttal testimony amid it may take nllof Wednesday to get to the argument The line of interrogation pnrntiod by time prosecution as to the conver sation with Matthews indicates thin the latter Is nearly as important aj witness ngnlnit KIpley as cxGor Bradley nnd Judge Yost were James Bradley n member of But leys company testified that the military coni any had been talked of for n year or so Company was engaged in its first drill when word came tlwn GOt l1 Intil been killed nnd cnllluj out the troops Witness acrompu nleil KIpley to Frankfort on his visit here January 10 wns In tho go ernors oillce but does not think Rip icy wns there at that time ltipley Military Climpnny Can you tell us said Judge Wil liams of the prosecution why it was so much easier for you all to get this company organized on the ettMiln of the nssiiKRinatlon of Gov JoelH t ton it had been In the two or thru pears previous to It I can not responded the witness who urns allowed to stand aside James Curotoii another member of the Itlpley company testified to prne tically the sane facts ns to the or ganization of the company and Its ar rival in Frankfort ns other witnesses had related In answer to n question ns to whether tar Taylor did not eat and sleep In the executive build lag during the time witness and other soldiers were on dutyon the statehouse squire witness said he did not knowltdlrclusthe entire tlipe In response to question if the soldiers mild not orders to shoot nmyone who on the state house square for purpose of arresting Taylor Powers Youtsey nnd others witness said he knew of no such orders to fire on any one Kobt Kucker and Dora linker also members of the company testified to subsequently the same facts Tiiyliira Law Partner Frankfort Ky April 17 Merrill Moore exassistant attorney gear eral of Indiana und up to two months ago the law partner of exGov Tay lor spent the tiny here but went home Tuesday night He spent sev eral hours In the court room white the KIpley case was in progress Ht claimed to be here on legal business but the impression is that he was here to learn what he could as to when application will be made for n requisition for Mr Taylor NEGROES IN POLITICS Humored That the Illaekn Will Tnke nil Active Purl In the Coming Cuban Election Havana April 17Rumors are prevalent that the Negroes intend to take nn active part In politics and that an organization is being perfected under the leadership of Juan Gualberto Gomez It is reported from the eastern provinces that Ne groea are aspiring to political office and will seek the same at the com ing municipal elections Politicians here fear that this movement will result in the election of several Nu groes as mayors as the whites arc divided by party lines whereas the Negroes are always united IN THE TRANSVAAL Operation In the Eastern Portion linn peen Ileirun The Ilaldt oil Hnllwaya London April 17A Dispatch to the Times from Middlcsuurg Transvaal says Operations in the East ern Transvaal have been begun There is no doubt that Acting Presi dent SchalkBurger Gen Botha Mr Steyn anti Gen De Wet had a meeting at Krmelo but their subsequent move ments are obscure Raids on the rail way have become less frequent Irencher Killed hy n Fnll York Ia April 17Rev George It Keescr pastor of the Emanuel Kc formed church at Hanover Tuesday fell from the scaffold of a new church buildingIdistance of SO feet and landed on a stone pile Hnllril for Mnulln San Francisco April 17Time trans port Ohio sailed Tuesday for Manila via Honolulu with a battalion of the 30th Infantry numbering men SO camials mind recruits IU signal corps men and a detachment of the hospital corps Condition of the Treninry Washington April 17 Tuesdays statement of the treasury balanced in the general fund exclusive of time ir 00l0 gold reserve in the ill vision of redemption shows Avail able cash balance 1153121713 gold 98199547 New PlnKue Cases Cape Town April 17Seven new cases of the bubonic plague have been reported three of them being Europeans There have been but fen deaths two of which was an Euro peauI I TREATMENT FOR WORRY A HomeCare Method Kiiuvriled Do Your Heal mill Leave the Ileiulla with dull To cure worry the Individual must be his own physician he must give the caw heroic treatment He muM realize with every libel of his being the utter absolute uselcssncsa of worry He must not think this Is common place a bit of mere theory It Is n reality that he mutt translate for himself from mere words to a real living fact He must fully undvrstnnd that if it were possible for him to upend a whole series of eternities In worry it would not change the fact one jot or tittle It Is a time for action not worry because worry paralyzes thought and action too If you set down a column of figures in addition no amount of worry can change the reIslIltof can made different only by changing the figures as they are set down one one In that column The one time that a man cannot afford to worry Is when he dotl worry Then he Is facing or Imagines he ii a critical turn In alValr This is the time when he needs lOt per rent of his mental energy to nuike l1ls plans quickly to we what la his wisest de cision to keep a clear eye on the sky and on his course and a firm hand on the hetm until he lint weathered tin storm In safety There lire two reasons why mat should not worry either one of which must operate lii every Instance First because he cannot prevent the results he fears Second because he can pre vent them If he be powerless to avert the blow he needs perfect mental con centration to meet It bravely to lighten Its force to get what salvage ho can from the wreck to sustain hub strength at this time whrn he must plan a new future If he can prevent the evil he tears then he haa no need to worry for he would by no doing be dissipat ing energy In his very hour of need If a man does day by day the best be tan by the light he has he has no need to fear no need to regret nonets to worry No agony of worry would do aught to help him Neither mortal nor angel can do more than lilt best The Kingship of SelfControl MODERN PAGANISM Peopl Who Are In Oar ChrUllmi Clr- Illmllon lint fiat at II lltturr- Inii the Spiritual Life It Is quite possible to be n pagan in modern times and In Christian com munities it Is possible In other words to be In a Christian civilization but not of It to use the Immense benefits which organized Christianity lips conferred upon society and never darken a church door to share time incalculable privilege of the Christian Sunday and give the whole day to amusement A pagan Is not a bad man on the contrary he may be a very good mon lie may be entirely trustworthy honest honorable and kind He lives however as If Christ had not lived and lie dies as If Christ had not died In his best estate he Ignores religion and lives a drear life entirely bounded by Immediate Inter eats and pleasures The spiritual life does not exist for him he has no time and makes no room for It he la often a fine physical type with wholesome appetites great energy and love of outofdoor activity He give the whole of Sunday to golf or tennis or the wheel he takes long walks which make church attendance Impossible on the material aide his whole life li rigorous manly healthful There are hosts of such men and their number Is increasing One finds among them many of the most influential men In the community leaders In the professions and In finance They work hard five or six days in the week and play hard one or two days They are stronger men than their far hers because they hive learned how to play they are carrying heavier burdens and are under greater pres sure than their fathers they need more outofdoor life they must have more activity oxygen freedom and variety The trouble does not lie In what they are doing but in what they are leaving undone It II right and wise that they should build up the physical life but It Is wrong and foolish that they should dwarf time spiritual meN Y Outlook peaking the Truth While the truth Is always to be spoken If anything Is said it is not always necessary to say anything We may feel very keenly about certain mat tent and be thoroughly convinced that our view Is the correct one and yet have regard to timeliness and time feel- Ings of others in the expression of our opinions It racy not be cowardice at all but simply the selfrestraint which cornea from a wise judgment of oppor unities and conditions or a regard for others that seals our lips In household life one has frequent occasions to act on this principle The Inopportune deelarationof what you think or know may alienate the closest friends end sow discord never to be uprooted It is no defense whatever to say that you spoke what you thought or that what you said was true Neither the law of frankness nor veracity puts you under any obligation to outrage others feel- Ings Paul declares that we are to speak the truth In love Uy heeding the qualification in love we shall be saved from a multitude of errors Speaking the truth to put others In the wrong and exult pver them to magnify ourselves to make others despicable or ridiculous what a chasm there is between those things and speaking the truth In loveDoston Watchman Light op the Way Everything I see gives light to and receive it from the Scripture lleury UrtjTB FACTS AND FANCIES Germany publishes about 20000 books a year France 11000 Italy 0000 England 6000 United States 5000 When the smoke bells are suspended over gas burners to shield the ceiling It Is better to have them come na low as possible but not closer than 12 or IS inches to the flame The first tire engine made iu Hoston was built by David Wheeler n black smith In Xcwbury now Washington street It was tried nt a fire August 21 1765 and found to perform extreme ly wen The twentieth century will have time greatest number of leap years possible 24 The year 1904 will be the first one then every fourth year after that to ebruorJIIn 1811 300 miles of earth about New Madrid Mo shook constantly for months Lakes were formed and mys teriously drained Mud shot out of fissures as high as the tops of the trees These disturbances censed suddenly at the moment of time great earthquake on March 20 1812 which destroyed Car miens In Venezuela- A stranger on walking through the streets of China for the first time is puzzled among other things by time ap pearance of jars in various positions on the roofs of the liaises A jar placed with Its bottom end toward the street indicate that the daughter of the house it not yet ot age to marry As soon as the hue developed Into a nine riageable maiden the jar Is turned with its mouth to the street When till young lady gets married the jar is re moved altogether GLEANINGS There has been placed on time walls of the federal building In Boston a por trait of Gen John M Corer time union commander at time battle of Altoona Past Ga where the phrase Hold tho fort I am coming originated It was gently hinted to Joseph Jef ferson that ids myriads of admirers would like to see him In some new chine actors The veteran player nt once gave this reason for not producing new plays When an actor It young fail ure does not affect him severely but when he reaches my time of life n fail ure would be simply unbearable Ernest Brenner the new president of the republic of Switzerland la only 44 years old yet he is deemed one of time ablest of the International lawyers of Europe He is a native of time Ste lea canton of Ilasle and served several terms In the national rath before hula election to the council In 1S9S He was also vice president of the federal coun cil The president of Switzerland U elected every year from the buudenrnrh in rotation lie must first serve ai vice president of that body It is a remarkable coincidence that John M Francis the founder of the Troy Time should have held the tame oilier which hit ton has now been called to fill The senior Francis war made minister to Greece by President Grant In 1871 And held the oillce tor three years resigning In order to return to active journalistic work The ton suc ceeding the father as editor and proprietor of the Times Is now chosen to occupy the tame post- REICHSTAG ECHOES Germans after n continued retldencn abroad of ten years lose their citizen ship In 1S99 Germany had 32003 post ofllces or about as many as the United States hud In 1872 lrlnce Mucntter von Derneburg German ambassador to Paris hs re cigned owing to his great age The prince who It 60 years old has been M years in the diplomatic service time last 15 In Pari Previously he was am bassador to London The German merchant marine 11 making rapid progress During the last 25 years the number of steamships of over 100 tons register Increased In Germany 520 per cent while In Eng land the Increase war only 239 percent and In France 151 per cnt Ktnperor William 111 endeavoringto secure in history for his grandfather William I the title Tie Great Not a few courtiers whose chief ales la to gain favor have readily yielded to the imperial wishes by speaking of the tint emperor only oa Kaiser Wllh lm tier GrosseA light system baa been intro duced into the village of Slronozheira in Wurtemberg From n large central petroleum reservoir the oil from which the light is produced Is distributed to the different lamps through copper tubes the petroleum Is then vapprized by special apparatus and burner GOSSIP OF GOTHAM The first public library was estab lished in New Yorkin the year 1700 In spite of the steady Increase In number of time automobile vehicle more horses and more carriages have been sold in New York city and vi cinity during the last year than in 30 years Miss Belle Bench of New York Is the champion horsewoman of the country having captured blue ribbons innumerable at horse shows She 1s young and good looking and does not affect mannish airs When a Japanese carved wood group representing a triad of monkeys was offered at the Sprague tale in New York the other day Mr Kirby the auctioneer glanced at it and remarked casually that it might be pur chased for the Reform club or the Tammany rice committee The spectators did not see the point of this suggestion until they examined the earring It WM suggestive of the ad stein Hear no evil speak M nil tad Iea p TitwL THE SUNDAY SCHOOL Lon In the International Series fur April 31 1OO1 The Walk to Kmmaaa llreimred by H C Lenlncton TUG LESSON TEXT Iuke 111115 And behold two of them went that Carne day to a vlllaia called Kmmaui which was from Jeruiatrni about threescore furlungn And they talked together of all three things which had happened Ard It carne to as that while they communed together and reasoned Jetu Illmiel drew near and went with them IS Hut their eyes were huldcn that they shouM rot know Him And He laid unto them What man ner ot comumnlcatlveM ate theie that yr have one to another ai ye walk and are udn And the one of them whose name was Cleopai answering said unto Him Art thou only a stranger In JtriuaUm amid host not known the things which are como to nast there In thei days II And He said unto them What things And they said unto Him Concerning Jesus of Nazareth which was a prophet mighty In deed and word before ODd and all the prop- S And how the chief print and our rulers delivered Him to be condemned to death and have crucified Him n Hut we trusted that It lad been lie which should have redeemed Iiraeli and beild nil this today It the third day since Ilifio things were done n Yea and certain women alto of our company made ui astonished which were early nt the sepulcher O And when they found not ills body they came saying that they had alto seen a vision of angel which said that He was allv 1 And certain of them which were with un wtnl to the repulcher and found It even to ai the women had said but Him they saw not 5 Then He said unto them 0 foots and low of heart to believe all that the roph eta have tpokt- nn Ought not Christ to have suffered these thins und to enter Into Ills glory fl And beginning it Moiea and all the prophets III expounded unto them In all the Hcrlpturca the things concerning Him And they drew nluh unto the village whither they went and lie made at though lie would have gone further 3 Hut the conilraliifd Him saying Abide with us for It It toward evening end Ih day U tar spent And He went In to tarry with them 10 And II carne to pus ai He rat at meat with them lie took bread and- bicesid II and brake and gave In them Jl And their eyes were openil crd they knew Him and He vanished out of Ihttr sight K And they said one to another lld not our heart burn within ui while He talked with uiby the way and whll lie opened to u the Scriptures U And thy rote up the tame hour and returned to Jerusalem and found the swan gathered together and them that were with them 14 Saying The lord li nun Indeed and hUh appeared to Simon 6 And they told what things were don In the way and tow II was known ol them In breaking of real 10IIIKV TKXTillld nut our hmrta liurit rrlllilH while lie talked with u Itr Ike waytLake U4l1J OJUnNTtI11u or analysis of the lesson text Two Dliclplei Walking to Kmmaui V IMI A Stranger Walk with Them V 1111- Som e lruph cle Kiplalned V aSJesus Makes lllmMlf Known V aJlThe Two Return to JerusalemV1136 Two Dlkclplra Return to Jeruaalem Jeauk sunk rnrnnce to two dlnclple on the way to Kmtnaui occurred on the name day upon which He rose from the lend or the lint Easter Sunday The two disciples were taking an after noon walk These were not two of the twelve apostle One of them we areitold was Cleopaa the other we know nothing of but that ho had become a follower of Jrau Christ KminiHM wan a village the exact location of which we do not know Threescore furlongs v 13 would bring It with in a radius of seven or right mile of Trriiiinlrm Their conversation con cerned Jesus ills wonderful life the crucifixion burial sad reported resurrection A Stranger Walk with ThemOn the way Irani met them and walked with thrm but the dltclplra knew Him not Mark 1812 says that He npprarrd In another form ills dreni 1thanthird reason He was not known was a purposely changed manner for He evidently wished to talk with them All a stranger Some Prophecies Explained After Jesus had found out the subject of their conversation lie tried to show thrm that the events which had just taken place were not only the logical course but had actually been the sub jell of prophecy They were familiar with the Messianic prophecies but they had never fully respired that the prophet Jraua could be the same as the magnificent temporal ruler and deliverer they had Imagined See lag 06 7 506 334 5 Micah 52 Zech 00 anti Malachl 31 Tesiii Makes Hlnuelf Known Jesus manner of revealing Hinuelf was thoroughly characteristic It was through the breaking of bread which they haul so often seen Him do and Ills accustomed blessing The Two Return to Jerusalem After Jesus Imd vanished from their tight thin two disciples began to re call little incidents In the manner of Jesus as lie walked with them famil tae expressions and above all the peculiar illumination which He alone among the teachers of the time had thrown upon the Scriptures So they returned to Jerusalem to tell the 4TheItem Horn Illait Crookedness cannot be consecrate A doubleminded man Is but half wittedA conscience makes a hard pllluwtOne can do what he cannot do If ho does what he can If God gives you lard tasks be that He so much confidence Imam you God will not deliver from evil him who deliberately walks Intuit If men were us anxious to do rights they are to get their righto ibt world would be righted JOHN BRENT laj Theodore Winthrops Great StoryHorses Hunting and Adventures in the West ClIAITKU XXIVContlnued- An thoroughly an uuy 111111 on the plains She ran go very crtmforlably In the train Two or three soldiers wives go Females I believe tit least their toggery alleges the sorter sex whatever their looks mill voices do Flee chance IH clearly not lo bu s lust I ilo IIDI like to part with my fascinating comrade It woN poetry to camp with such u woman Trutel will seen xtiile henceforth I wish wo Mould keep her for limits lIalIPoor follow Iathle looks very dllllhi fulUII must till me your story more fully nflcr supper I found Mr Illlheroe In a punlu to bo moving He bunked me In u grid manner for our services lint ho seemed willing lo avoid lilt Ilo 111111 not forget tin1 pang of hut dis enchantment from MornionlKin I be lunged to n period lie woidd willingly banish He regarded mo with a HUM plclous look ilK If lie feared again that my routing would break up new IIIiiHloiiH in baitclcioi an the old He t wan full of large vague pluiiH Hit gland now he must bo Lurk In Kn gland ngaln Ills daughter must bo reInstated In her place lie treated her Coldly enough but Htlll all hU thought teemed to bo ambition fur her The money Armstrong had glv en him too seemed to Increase his rnnlldeneo In the future Unit wan wealth fur the moment Other would come Miss Clltheroc had yielded to fa tigue I did nut nee her that night In fact otter nil the wearing anxiety of our trip I wan glad lo lie down on n while bnlTnla rube with the lux tryof a pair of clean sheets and show my gnitltude to Huby by twelve hour solid uleep A druns bent uwaked me next morn lag It wan not reveille it wns hot breakfast it WUN nut guard mount ing I sprang up and looked from the window How odd II hremtil lo peer from a window after the tin windowed wilderness The four whitehooded wagonn of the llttlo homeward tniln were ready to start TIlt drum wan railing In the e ort Tlie fitly soldiers of Ilii hys garrison were groujwd nlNiiit lending a hand lo their luckier cum rades homeward Imund liuhywui taking leave of his brother otlleors Armstrong Mood a little apart with his horses A busy scene and binder when some vixenish ckmule shook heels and scattered the IiyBtanilerii limbo unit figure known to packers an the HUuIng Star Aloof from the crowd Mr Cllther oe wns striding up laid down beidde the wagon with the eager unobxerv lag tramp of u man concerned with nothing but n morbid IlIIrlor his own He had bought of u dlKchurged soldier a long military nurtout blur gray with n CIII Wearing thin lie marched to used fro like a sentry Ills tliln gray hair and lung beanl gave hums u ghastly look and then he rod ids bent an if It were n dootuns If he were n sentinel over his own lallt- ll1l1he bops Drapctomanlnl I thought and hopeless easy A knock ulmy door and the brawny corporales summoned me to Mis Clllheroo- Ve are going she said Take me to him Did site love him I braved Dr futlitca displeasure ant let her to the bedside of the Inv er 4Brent was still In a stupor We She stood looking at him a moment lie wim breathing but uncoiucloUHj dead lo the outer world and her pres nice She stood looking at him old deeming with her large solemn eyes to review those scenes of terror and of relief since she hind known him Teum gathered In the brave quiet eyes Suddenly she stooped and kissed his forehead Then Mime passionately kiss ed Ida lips She drew to him BH If nhe would Interfuse anew that ichor of lure Into his being She turned to me nil erlmnoned but HelfpoKHcssed I meant011 should see nu grave my love Julie wild I all proud of myself for it proud of my heart that It can know nnd love thin noblest and lendercHt nature Tell hIm no Tell him It IH not gratitude but love He will know that I could not stay My life belongs to my father Where he goes I must go What other friend has he than me I go with my father limit here my heart remains Tell him so Ilenso let me write to you Yoii will nut forget your com nllltI I owe more thou life to you ski let me keep myself In your mem ory I dread my life before me I will keep you Informed of my faMi ers plans And when tills dearest Iline Is well again if he remembers me tell him I love him and that I parted from liltsso She bent again told kissed him pas lowitoly then departed timid her tears were on his cheek CHA1TKK XXV- Urcntn stupor lasted many days Life hind been strolged to Us utmost Rudy brain heart nil hail hind ax i1 liaustlng tuxes to pay- At last he waked He threw will into the scale of recovery He was well in u trice Captain Huby nnd Doctor Iathle were disposed io growl lit the rapid tj ot Ureutii cure i I have half taint to turn tnlllUr frfipot and arrest you mild Huby A piilr of muffs even would be wel some In the winter at Iarumle You hove mudo u wretched bungle of it Iuthle Why didnt you mend your ninn deliberately Muscle n week a nerve u month and so make it aIxmonths jnhY lie took the mutter out of my hands and mended himself theres root patient determined vitality In him enough to set up u legion or father a nice Which Is it Mr Wade mmlii to say or duties to do that hun nwdo him condense his being ou eoveryV llotli I believe He Is mature now tad wants no doubt to be at hln biiHltieMii of Hiiylng and doing And loving said Ituby- Ay sold 1iithle That has hid more to do with it I hapc he will overtake mind win for I love the boy I keep my oldish heart pretty well locked against strangers but thlrIIn u warm eell In It and In he Mans sleeping and waking made himself n home All IXietor wild Ituby you and I fur want of women to love have to content ourselves with poetic rov rru like llrent lie sued Illddulph were balls operas champagne ou sup new novels lllrtatlons and cigars to ute last winter I had not quilt forgotten the liar rownlght an Jake Slum nlp rlnl11 pro nounced him nor quite forgotten In grave cures my miry timid his stay In Utah was for MKS Clltheroos mike I wan hardly surprised whet that very evening a hroncd traveler face ninny shades darker than hair and heard rode up lo the post with a Delaware Indian mid was hailed by Ruby as Illddulph- We were talking of you not an hour ago said Huby greeting him 4 Winding you would come to make lust winters party complete llrent III here wounded Has he a lady with hlmV said the newcomer Ills voice and manner were manly mad Iraika chivalrous fellow one of UK one of tit cum rndry of knights errant Mr Wade will glse an account of her Come In to Brent wild I and we will talk matters over llnby model host cleared the way for ft jKirley whose Interest ho dl ilnral I willsec after your horses Dont limits your appetite for supper We have potatoes Iotutoc erled Illddulph Not III Yes and flapjacks and motnxxes rady lit half an hour Ilapjneks and moluxxcs Pota toes anti flapjacks Yes and molacs it Illddulph again exclaimed Mewvl of a Ituby I charge thce Itn y when the potatoes and the Hap uiks and molasses urn ready thus tnou IItII n jubilee UH n 1111t11 Sill Mr Wnde let me see this won Jarful friend and hear ant tell The two gentlemen nul with cor Jhillly llrent I b lleve unit never Identified Mis Clllheroe with Use In dy Itlddnlph IKil from and I hud nev er mentioned my suspicions Nut one word John said the llriton until I know what you lucre dune with Elicit Clltheroe Is she safe llrent comprehended the liaroncts heart and mind at the won The other I think saw as plainly on Urents fact that he vvua n lover amid Isrhnps the more fortunate out Thew two loyal men drew closer at this an wholly loyal souls will do or nil the pang of knowing that one has lured and lost Hnuit told our story In brief I divined that you were one of the pair who had started on the rescue I could not inlstukc you man and horse trod dress from the Mormons description You saw Slzziim then I saw his lend body What llrudl A sense of relief that the world had one tempter timeless paswd through our minds Yes shot lend just where the Wa natch Mountains open mud there Is that wonderful view of Salt Luke City Ills Xcniesls met hue there 1 heard the shot tire ns I watt riding out to mitt the tutu and saw him fall Who shot him of the nary that hud a right As mild u mannered man an ever shuddered at the crack of an egg ducal Vendetta for womanstealing NIfe stealing The tuna was n poor muslcleucher with u pretty spouse In Julncy Illinois He had Ibid me his own story without pro claiming his purpose though Iron jectured It The pretty spouse grew tired of poverty and 11chlldrn SIlt went off with Slzzum The music master tired himself to n drover named Armstrong and plodded out to IMnh When he got there he found Slnm gone He turned hun ter 1 met him in the mountains n crock shot He waited his time am bushed the train and shot Slzuin tied as ho first caught sight of time Valley A thought of poetry In his justice What then I could sue lion creeping nwny among the rocks while time Mormon were getting their rltles They opened lire ft hundred of them liljig plug the balls tupped nil alwut him He was just clear just spring lug over n little ridge of shelter when n shot struck him JIll tiling out mils arms In an attitude of Imprecation fell over the rocks Death and doubly lend from the fall Our two evil forces are erased from the world Wade said beet May It he good omen for coming dltllcultlcH Hut how did you learn the events at Fort Brldgcr naked lor Darouei The Lancashire people In the train all took an Interest In the Cllther ors They knew trout Slzzum what happened when he followed you and your purpose to give chase I know John Brent well enough to believe that he would achieve the rescue Happy fellow 1 forgive you John hard It Is but I forgive you for step ping In before me I was waiting there In Utah to do what I could for my old love and my old friend I should like to have had n bullet lu my arm In the miHe but the result Is good whether I gain or lose I never thought of you lllron In fuel train le moment I saw her I thought of no one else Yes that Is her power We wero aid neighbors in Lancashire My father bought the old hull utter Mr ell theroes dlsanters The disappearance and the mysterious rcupiciirunce of till old gentleman and his beautiful daughter were the romance of time re glut o one knew where they hull been sly father wus dead My mother tried to befriend them Hut the old gentleman wus soured and llsuppolnted He could not forgive us for Inhabiting time old mansion of Ids happier days God knows how gladly I would have reinstated him there slut Bhe could not love me so I commits away nnd we looked up Luggernei Springs and the Allay to getlier John to give you a chance to snutch my destiny away from me Brent in Ids wtMikiioKH had no answer to make except to give his humid to tills gentle rival How did you learn of their Mor mon error My mother wrote me She loves Miss Clllheroc like a daughter She pities the father HU wife was her frkndr1 genial lovable man he was she says until after his losses poo pie whom he hind aided turned and accused him of reckless ness and dishonesty a charge us false and cruet as could be made My mother wrote told me of Slzzums HIICCCHS in Clitheroe and of our friends departure She ordered me on my obedience never to come back lo Kiigland until 1 could tell her that Kllen was wife out of Slzzums pow er She had gone to hear him preach and abhorred htm I received liar let her utter we hind mrted John nnd I camped with lake Shamberlaln wait fig for tutu truly What I could have done I do not know but my life was Mitts Clitheroes How easy his chivalry seemed to this noble fellow You tare u Munch friend Hirfin old llrent She zany need you yet Yes salt he Christian Cngland Is n savage cruel as any of these brutes trite has encountered here to a beautiful girl with a helpless crazy father When can you travel John Nearly a month I have been hero lighting death and grasping ublifc ilve me two days more to timid a horse and ride abut a little and we ire oil Armstrong fine old fellow left the sorrel for you I said He is In racing trim now Capital sail Brent One Ann strung Is a brave weight on the true side of the bulunce against an army of planters who have gone barbarous I have something to show you John said Illddulph See here I bought tills of n Mormon He had very likely stolen It from Mr ell theroes wagon It was the only relic i could get of them The very drawing of Clltheroe Hall its former owner had wished to show me at Kt Hridger An able sketch of a thoroughly Kngllsh house It Hag hind were sunk In the sea and its whole history perished Knglish lire society mind mannern could be reconstructed trout the Inspection ot such a drawing I did not wonder that it had been henrtbrcnking to quit the shelter of tint grand old roof I fixed the picture in my mind The time came when that remem brance wits precious Now Illddulph called Ruby supper waltz Potatoes Flapjacks and molasses They shall be a part of me in stantly OIIAPTBK XXVI HAM Two days Illddulph solaced himself ou those rare luxuries of Hubya the third we started Ituby tumid the surgeon rode with us- a score of miles It was hard to say goodbye We were grateful und they were sorry What can we do for you Ruby Itae Laramie abolish the plains level the Hockys nullify the Sioux mid disband the American army What can we do fpr you Doctor Fled me n wife box her up so that no sat will stop her in transitu in transit on the way nark Simeon Iathie M n U S A and ship to Fort Vancouver Oregon where I ul ml I bo stationed next nunnner Your Knglish lady in half a day has spoiled my philosophy of a life Goodbye until good luck It was lute traveling through that houseless waste Deep snow already blanched the Black Hills and Laramie Ieak their chief We did hasten We crowded through the buffalo we crossed and- re crosseu the finite already curd ling with winter we dashed over the prairies of Kaunas blnckejjed by fire and whitened by snow but then un stained by any peaceful settlers blood Many settlers were killed by the bonier rutllans from Missouri who were trying to make Kansas a suave state before time war Juke Shamberlaln returning with Ids party suet us on the way To be continued Worlds manufacturers use 00 tons of gold and 515 loan of kllver a year TIE JOY OF RELIGION Di Talmage Urges All to Try Its Uplifting Power lip Clinrnplrrlim llrllulon n Rods Dnuulilir Srrmon front the Tent Her Witjn Art Vr or =Copyright 1901 by Louis Klopsch N Y In tills discourse Dr Tnlmago sets fopth religion as nn exhilaration amid urges all people to try Its uplifting power text Proverbs 3 17 Her wnyii are ways of pleasantness You have all heard of Gods only begotten Son Have you heard of Gods daughter She was born in leaven She came down over the MilK of our world She lad queenly step On her brow was celestial radiance Her voice was music lien name Is Heliglon My text introduces her Her ways are ways of pleasantness and all her paths nIl pence Hut what Is religion The fact Is that theological study imps fish- ti different elTect upon me from the effect sometimes produced livery year I tear out another leaf from lilY theology until 1 have only three or four leaves leftIn other words a very brief and plain statement of Christian belief An aged Christian minister said When I was n young man I knew everything When I got to be 35 years of age In my creed I land only a hundred doctrines ot religion When 1 got to be GO years of age I had only 50 doctrines of religion When 1 got to be GO years of age I had only ten doctrines of religion nail now I am dying at 75 years of nge nnd there Is onlyone thing I know nail that Is that Christ Jesus crone into the world to save sinners And so I have noticed In the study of Gods word and In my contemplation of the character of God truth of the eternal world that It Is necessary for me to drop this part of my billet nnd that part of my belief as being nonensen tlal while I cling to the one greatdllc trine that man Is n sinner and Christ is Ids Almighty and Divine Saviour Now I take these three or four leaves of my theology and I find that in the first place and dominant above all others is the sunshine of religion pusIontern That In what I want to do thin morning We are apt to throw so much of the sepulchral into our religion and to close the shutters and to pull down time blinds that it Is only through here and there a crevice that the light streams The religion of the Lord Jesus Christ Is n religion of Joy Indescribable and unutterable Wherever Ican flail n bell I mean to ring It If there are any In this louse this morning who are disposed to hold on to their melancholy and gloom let them depart this service before the fairest amt the brightest and the most radiant being of nil the universe comes In nods Sun has left our world but Gods daughter Is here Give her room tloughter and make this Louse thy throncroom In setting forth this Idea the doml nnnt theory of religion is one of sun beginfor herlittlehnnclShedoing there Oh replied the child I am getting n spoonful of this sun hlne Would God that today I might present you with a gleaming everlastingOnselFirst of all I fluid n great lead of unihlnc In Christian society I do dolefulthnnThomasHoodsCharles Mathewsen of the world theaura whose entire business It Is to make sport They make others laughs autobiographythat down In their soul there was n terrific disquietude Laughter is no mnllinclcillamong the Adirondacks laughs The drunkard dashing his decanter laughsThere from nil ilnful nmnncment and sinful merri meat Such men nre cross the next day They snap at you on exchange recogndzingyouLong for the reason it was so dull so inane and so stupid My nature Is voracious of joy I must have it I always walk on time sunny side of the street and for that reason r have crossed over Into Christian society I like their mode of repartee better I like their style of amusement better They live longer Christian people 1 sometimes notice live on when by nil natural law they ought to hove died I have known persons who have eon tinued in their existence when the doctor said they ought to have been dead ten years Kvery day of their existence was n defiance of the laws theyhnllGospel in their soul and that kept them alive Put 10 or IS Christian people in a room for Chrlstlnn conversation and you will train eight to ten oclock hear more resounding glee see more bright strokes of wit nnd find more thought and profound satisfaction than in any merely worldly party Now when I say a worldly party I mean that to which you are invited because under all the circumstances iof the case it is the best for you to b Invited Mid to which you go be cause under all circumstances of the case It in better that you go and leaving the shawls on the second floor you go to the parlor to give for mal salutation to the host and the spendlag sion of the weather and in apology for trending on long trains and InI effort to keep the corners of mouth up to time sign of pleasure and going around with an idiotic hehe about nothing until the collation is served and then after the collation Is served going back into the parlor to resume the weather and then at the close going nt a very late hour to time host and hostess and assuring them that you have hind n most de lightful evening and then passing down off the front steps the slam of the door the only satisfaction of the evening I know there In n great deal of talk about the selfdenials of the Chris tian I have to tell you that where the Christian has one selfdenial the man of the world has a thousand self denlals The Christian is not commanded to surrender anything that Is worth keeping nut what does a mon deny himself who de nies himself the religion of Christ lIe denies himself pardon for sin he denies himself peace of conscience hcj denies himself time joy of the Holy Ghost he denies himself a comfort able death pillow he denies himself time glory of Heaven Do not talk to me about the selfdenial of the Christian life Where there Is one In the Christian life there is a thou sand in the life of the world Her ways nre ways of pleasantness Again I find a great deal of rel- igIous sunshine in Christian and dl vine explanation To a great many people life is an inexplicable tangle Things turn out differently from what was supposed There is a use less woman in perfect health There Is an industrious and consecrated woman a complete invalid Explain that There Isa bad man with 30 000 of Income There is n good man with 800 of income Why is that There is n foe of society who lives on doing nil the damage he can to 75 years of age und here is a Christian father faithful in every department of life nt 35 years of ago taken away by death his family left helpless Explain that Oh there is no sen tence that oftener drops from your lips than this I cannot understand It I cannot understand Well now religion conies in just at that point with its illumination anti its explanation There Is a business man who has lost his entire fortune The week before he lost his fortune there were 20 carriages that stopped at the door of his mansion The week after he lost Isis fortune all the carriages you could count on one finger The week before financial trouble began people nil took off their hats to him ns he passed down the street Time week his financial prospects were under discussion peo Pie just touched their hats without nnywlse bending the rim The week that lie was pronounced insolvent people just jolted their hinds as they passed not tipping their hints at all and the week the sheriff sold lookingindown past him Uvayfromdistress the religion of Christ comes to slim and says You are sick and your sickness is to be moral purifi cation you are bereaved God yourrllm11somewhere and so He took the one that was most beautiful and was most ready to go I do not say that religion explains everything in this life but I do say It lays down certain principles which are grandly consolatory You know business men often telegraph in cipher The mer chant in San Francisco telegraphs to the merchant in New York certain information in cipher which no other man In that line of business can un derstand but the merchant in San Francisco has the key to the cipher and time merchant in New York has the key to the cipher and on that information transmitted there are enterprises involving hundreds of thousands of dollars Now the provi dences of life sometimes seem to be a senseless rigmarole a mysterious cipher but God has a key to that cipher and the Christian a key to mayhnrlllIng ho gets enough of the meaning to understand that it is for the best Now is there not sunshine in that Is there not pleasure in that Far beyond laughter it is nearer the fountain of tears than boisterous demonstration Have you never cried for joy There are tears which are eternal rapture in distillation There are hundreds of peopl who are walking day by tiny In the sub lime satisfaction that nil is for the best all things working together for good for their soul How a man can get along through this life without the explanation is to me a mystery What Is that child gorse forever Are you never to get it back Is your property gone forever Have you no explanation no Christian ex planation anti yet not n maniac hut when you have the religion of Jesus Christ In your soul It explains Everything so far ns it is best for you to understand You look oft in life and your soul is full of thanks giving to God that you are so much better off than you might be A tuna passed down the street without any shoes and said I have no shoes isnt it a hardship that I have no shoes Other people have shoes until he sawn man who had no feet Then he learned a lesson You ought to thank God for what Us docs in stead of grumbling for what H dON not God arrange all the watbrI- n this world UM s tttaii wMtlkMt the moral weather as wen as the latural weather What kind of aldIlome safdIplcoscsiOh the sunshine the sunshine of Christian explanation Here is some one bending over tho grave of the lend What is going to be the consola Lion The flowers you strew upon the tomb Oh no The services read at the grave Oh no The chief consola Lion on that grave is what falls from the throne of God Sunshine glorious sunshine Resurrection sunshine Sometimes you wish you could make he tour of tho whole earth going iround as others have gone but you have not tine means You will make the tour yet during one musical pause in the eternal anthem I say theso things for the comfort of those people who arc abridged in their opportunli ties those people to whom life is hum drum who toll and work and aspire after knowledge but have no time to jet It and say If I had the oppor tunities which other people have how I would fill my mind and soul with grand thoughts Ho not discouraged my friends You are going to the mini versify yet Death will only matricu late you into the royal college of time universeBesides that we shall have all the pleasures of association We will go right up In tho front of God without any fright All our sins gone there wlllbe nothing to be frightened about There our old Christian friends will troop around us Just as now one of your sick friends goes away to Florida the land of flowers or the south of France and you will not see him for a long while and nfter awhile you meet him and the hollows under the eyes are all filled and the appetite has come back and the crutch has been thrown away and he is so changed you hardly know him You say Why I never saw you look so well He says I couldnt help but be well I have been sailing these rivers and climbing these mountains and thats how I got this elasticity I never was so well Oh my friends your departed loved ones are only away for their health In a better climate and when you meet them they will be so changed and after awhile when you are assured that they nre your friends your de parted friends you will say Why where is that cough Where is that paralysis Where is that pneumonia Where is that consumption And he will say Oh I am entirely well There are no sick ones In this country I have been ranging these hills and hence this elasticity I have been here now SO years and not one sick one have I seen We are all well in this cli mateAnd then I stand at the gate of tho Celestial city to see the processions come out nnd I see a long procession of little children with their arms full of flowers nnd then I see a procession of kings and priests moving in Celes tlal pageantry a long procession but no black tasseled vehicle no mourning group and I say How strange it Isl Where is your Greenwood Where is your Laurel Hill Where Is your Wes minster abbey And they shall cry There are no graves here And then listen for the tolling of the old belfries of Heaven the old belfries of eternity I listen to hear them toll for the dead They only strike up a silvery chime tower to tower east gate to west gate as they ring out They shall hunger no more neither thirst any more neither shall the sun light on them nor any heat for the Lamb which is in the midst of the throne shall lend them to living fountains of water and God thai wipe away all tears from their eyesOh unglove your hand and give it tome j in congratulation on that scene I feel as if I could shout I will shout Dear Lord forgive me that I ever com plalned about anything If all this is before us who cares for anything but God and Heaven and eternal brother hood Take the crape oft the doorbell Your loved ones are only Away for their health in a land ambrosial Come Lowell Mason come Isaac Watts Give us your best hymn about celestialWhat use of postponing our Heaven any longer Let it begin now and whosoever hath a harp let him thrum it and whosoever hath a trum pet let him blow it and whosoever hath an organ let him give us a full diapason They crowd down the air spirits blessed moving in cavalcade of triumph Their chariot wheels whirl in the Sabbath sunlight They come Halt armies of God Halt until we are ready to join the battalion of pleas ures that never die I Oh my friends it would take a ser mon as long as eternity to tell the joys that are coming to us I just set open the sunshiny door Come in nil ye dis ciples of the world who have found the world a mockery Come in all ye dis clples of the dance and see the bound Ing feet of this Heavenly gladness Come in ye disciples of worldly amuse ment and see the stage where kings are the actors and burning words the footlights and thrones the spectacular Arise ye dead in sin for this is the morning of resurrection The joys of Heaven submerge our soul I pull out the trumpet stop In thy presence there is n fullness of joy at thy right hand there are pleasures forevermore Blest are the saInt beloved of God Washed are their robes in Jesus blood Brighter than angels lo they shine Their glories splendid and sublime My soul anticipates the day Would stretch her wings and soar away To aid the song the palm to bear And bow the chief of sinners there Oh the sunshine the glorious sun shine the everlasting sunshine Cautions Man What a secretive fellow your bookkeeper is- mYeebls owa wife has never learned Isis Instill a aChivy Record fSSl I THE OtTtZ NgERRA KYAPRlL 13 1901 h Action of the Presbytery of Brooklyn In Regard to Mor monism In its issue of April 12th 1807 the Brooklyn Daily Eagle published BU editonil nearly ono column in length entitled Dont Fear the Mormons Tho said editorial contained the role lowing statements Some people on- t Long Island are needlessly alarmed over an irruption of two or three Mor mon missionaries into their hoot and we learn that Christains a opposing tho preaching of these peo plo Evidently tho alarmists are una ware that mormons are Christains and pretty good Christnius too Tho religion that is preached by the missionaries on Long Island i tho religion of Christ and there is not n word in it that can be objected to It should bo known that Polygamy is no part of the Mormon religion for when this fact is under stood tho scare will die out etc In view of tho fact that tho atten tion of tho Presbytery of Brooklyn has been called to tho foregoing and other similar statements which are being circulated hero in tho East by tho Mormon missionaries and news papers whose use the Mormons man ago to secure this Presbytery would callattention to a statement on The Present Situation in Utah adopted by tho Presbytery of Utah at its reg ular sGini annual meeting held at Mauti Utah for August 29th 1S9S and published in The Kinsman of Salt Lako City Utah for September JJrd 1898 The Presbytery of Utah as everybody knows is ft responsible and conservative body of ministers and elders as our own Presbytery Being on the ground and in pos session of all the facts we commend to the public their statement as true and absolutely worthy of all confi denceThe statement of the Presbytery of Utahcontains seven articles of which we quote the third fourth and seventh Third Another phase of the pres ent day in Utah is that the people are being urge to live their religion This would seem a desirable thing to do Uufortunally however this phrase has an application hero other than that understood bv people unac quainted with the misteries of Mor monism One lives his religion in Utah who has entered the celestial order of marriage and cohabits with all his wives Of such cases more than two thousand have come to our notice and this living has resulted in tho birth of more than one thousand children since statehood was granted 4th 1896 See article in The Independent for March 3rd last by Professor M E Jones Fourth That this situation maybe perpetuated and this pecular in stitution that ubiquitous thing known as church influence so affects men that those who could tes tify to this lawlessness are silent juries refuse to find indictments and officers make no arrests Hence re ligious adultery goes unpunished and the kingdom grog s apace From the heads of the Church down polyg amy flourishes Seventh One thing more Those missionaries carry a veiled gospel sorinsermon They do not oven give the people meat much less strong meat They feedmilk It is safer Better adapted to weak and sensitive stomachs See Doctrine and Cove Sec 19 and 41 Faith re pentance baptism by immersion for tile foriveness of sins by one having authority and the imposition of the hands are the stock doctrines commanded by Joseph Smith and his successors to bo taught to the world while the Adamgod immediate revel ation infallibility of the priesthood divinity of the Book of Mormon celestial order of marriage God as a polygamist Christ the husband of three wives salvation on the ground of merit redemption of the dead by vicarious baptism the duty of tithes implicit obediono to the priesthood In all things personal or blood atonement for the pardon of the unpardonable sin and such like doctrines they reserve until the digestion ff tho now convert is improved and he can take strong meat A word to the wise is sufficient To ordinary t mortals a more brief statement of the present situation iu Utah appears inadequate Done by order of Presbytery at Manti August 29 1898 Attest G M Hardy Moderator A T Rankin State Clerk pro torn To be Continued Correspondence There is now a good and steady market for homespun linen cloth at Derea If you want to make money during your idle hours at the fireside put in a good crop of flax this spring Bourbon County Mmerslmrsr Mrs Mary Owens of Carlisle visited her parents Mr lastreweek Miss Mattio Green who has so long been sick died Monday morning Her death was not unexpected but it is a great grief to her aged parents Miss Green was a student at Barea yearssThe doll drill at our school outer tainment was a success and well at tended The Methodist District Conference Bishop Lane presiding will meet in May instead of July as before an non needMadison County Pcytontoxvn Win Phelps of Indianapolis Ind visited his mother hero last week Joseph Adams of Paris was hero on business last week Mrs Allona Rice was called home from Cincinnati to attend the funeral of her cousin Miss Mary Bronstou Mrs Mary Fife loft Saturday for Cincinnati O The infant son of Mr and Mrs Humphrey Brooks is slowly recover ingThe funeral of Mrs Lizzie Bennett who died Sunday was preachedat Mopiutowu school house The bur ial was at Farristowu cemetery She leaves a husband and two children She was much loved by all Jackson County Kirby Knob Jackson county primary for nomination of cauidates for county offices was held last Sat urday and the following nominations were made Allen Powell County Supt of schools Wm Issacs Assess or Wm Lunsford Jailer J F Engle County Clerk Pleasant Issacs County Attorney Juo Spur lock Surveyor Shelton Brockman Coroner iT J Coyle Judge Jack son Morris Representative Robert Daugherty has returned to BereaG 7 Moore has moved to McKee from Berea Mrs Louis Moris and little son have measles Mrs Meredith Smith died a few days ago The infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Wm Jones strayed away from home and was lost in the woods Members of the searching party led by the babys dog found her almost exhausted some distance from home Mason County lUayslIleTho remains of Wm Lisle who died in the Philippines last August were brought home and interred in the Maysville cemetery Friday evening Tho funeral of Mrs Lenora Bass was largely attended from the Bethel Baptist Church Thursday afternoon She was a sincere Christian a good mother and a devoted wife Her husband and three little children have the sympathy ofa wide circle of Hattie Combs daughter of Rev E Combs is confined to her home in Grove Alley Mrs Maria F Taylor and Miss Esther Jones were welcome visitors at the Fifth St school last week James Cotty who formerly taught school at Germantown is attending school at Wilberforce 0 He says he is very much impressed with the placeThe Literary Society of Plymouth Church is progressing nicely The young ladies and gentlemen are showing their appreciation by taking an active part in tho work Misses Annie Johnson and Corrina Smith of Germantown who are now attending Berea College write that they are completely curried away with the place This may ho an in Ohio College of Dental Surgery Department of DentistryUniversity of Cincinnati Central Ave and Court St Cincinnati O This College was organized in 1815 and the 56th Annual Session begins about October 8th 1901 Three sessions of seven months each are required for graduation This is the first Dental College established in the West It is coeducational and has a teaching corps of twenty instructors Its build ings are modern and well adapted to the requirements of modern dental education and its clinics are unsurpassed Optional Spring and Fall Courses in Clinical instruction are also given Fees are S100 each Session For in formation and Announcement address H A Smith D D S Dean 116 Garfield Place Cincinnati Ohio diicemnut for others to attend the Athens of Kentuc- kyRockcastle County IltlleDr Lewis is sowing grass seed on the Storrs farm nnd will undordraiu a portion of it this yearA Polled Angus cow on the farm of Harrison Bruunaman gave birth to twin heifer calves and neighbor of Mr Brnnunman has twin male calves from a cow of the same breed All tho calves are growing finely Many orour farmers are sowing grassseedA Otis Stewart has a fishpond well stocked He has planted grapevines all around tho pout Mrs Gus Stewart sold SfiO dozens of eggs last year She has some very fine brown leghorn chickens Babe Sigmou is building n new homePostmaster Wood is agent for the CITIZEN and will be glad to take your subscription CitizenItentive congregation last Sunday morning Couwuy Capt R D Cook is stillvery ill at his home It is report ed that he is slightly improved- C M See has built a now poultry yard and is going to breed barred Plymouth Rock chickens Hard Croucher Ilas moved to tho farm of James Dobbs Harry Blazer hopes to bo County ClerkH C Gudd attended churchat Silver Creek Sunday H E Moye is doing a good busi ness Dlsputuutu John Gadd has been very sick with the measles but is improving T J Lake is working for O lL Payne this week James S Hammond is drumming in Jackson county this week Miss Kate S Lako is visiting friends and relatives here Richard Anglin is still very sick Miss Parrio Leo Abnoy has been sick for several days but is improving nicely Wo are nil looking forward to a good crop of fruit this year Payne eC Abnoy are doing a good business and their customers seem well pleased Mrs Jauio Payno has a fine lot of young chickens Every ono is very busy farming James Roberts of Garnml county and Miss Belle Hallmun of this place were married April 11 Aunt Ollio Abney is still very sick and her friends are anxious about her Photographs 12 on fancy mounts copied from your photo 30c On buttons lOc each 3 for 25c Send 2 stamps for sample Wm Lorimor Photographer Danville Ky AGENTS WANTED Zit Greatest machine magazine on Earth abc Hmcrlcan nbrcsbermari I topAlawwhich to perfect ormnlulloni tot their mutual benefit flghti the threib ermani bathes and help him In centi always in adtanoeandrthemone refunded at tat end of three months It the lubtcrlber li not nUlifled with It We hate tevenl miums tot tbreibermen which are valuable and uiefuL Srndfortamplecopy agcntiOnly Interested In threshing and the use of steam tjeilred ai lubtcrlbera Address Cbc American Gbrcsbcrman The warmest Ilaby In the munch dGaoteon TOte tI s a SllchUr clock 1elaretftiw THE SCHOOL Killled brJ WDInsmoro titan ol the Nor oral l ci rlincit Ilrrra College The Cultivation of Perception When a child is born into tho world it hinds itself in H strange land mud begins at ouco to get acquainted with tho things about it This it can do only through perception which will furnish n sullicient outlet for its energies for many a day Ifa keen perception w not acquired before it reaches tho age of twenty the chances are it never will bo because youth is preeminently time time for successful cultivation of this valuable faculty A child is fortunate there fore if its energies are turned iu the right direction by an acute observer early in life It is a sad thing to have eyes and seo tot ears mid hear not and all people who have children under their care should take pains to have them note carefully the things with which they come iu contact in after life such a habit will be invaluable A person whose perceptive powers are deficient is liable to fall a victum to the tricks of trade and lose a largo part of the pleasures of life Whittiers Uurefoot Boy is most en joyed by thu man who had a good perception in the rambles of his boy hood Teachers endeavoring to develop the perceptive powers of their pupils should beware of an extensive use of books and student should rarely bo allowed to look within n book for in formation which ho might get from tho outside For this reason the study of nature and tho sciences are best adapted to tho cultivation of perceptionTo at a thing in an intelligent way is a fine art and a student should early learn to give careful attention to details The different SptcieH of trees with their jHKJtilinr characterist ics should bo carefully noted Plants birds minerals wild and domestic animals insects clouds the various arts of man mid man himself all furnish nn extensive fold for the cul tivation of Perception But how ma ny things are permitted to pass by unnoticed Many a man is puzzled to tell time color of his own eyes Prof Agassiz the great naturalist who said ho hall no time to make money Lad u great amount of time to spend in developing time perceptive power of his students One morning a student of zoology presented himself to the Professor to begin a study of that branch Prof Agassis took n fish from a jar of alcohol and said You are to look at this fish carefully and tell mo when I return how much you have seen and then ho went awayTho student spent tho most of that day in looking at the fish carilesslv in walking the floor and wandering what had become of the professor and in exercising his disgust at tho situation At last the jirofessor re turnedand asked the student to re cite After hearing tho students few words tho professor said You have not looked very carefully keep on looking and agalU loft tho room This time the student went to work witha will to make discoveries and wonder why hn hadseen BO little before The professor kept him gazing at the fish for three long days occasionally coming in to hear him recite on new discoveries but would oskno questions In after years tho student said This was the best zoological lesson I over had ono whose influence has extended to the details of every subsequent study a legacy too Professor has loft to me as ho left it to many others of inesti mable value which wo could not buy with which we cannot pllrtJultMADISON Colas- Remember what a good price is paid for homespun linen at Borea College and when you put in your crops plautsomo flax THE WESTERN POULTRY NEWS and THE CITIZEN One Year for Only 60c The Western Poultry News is a big 10page Monthly Chicken Paper published at Lincoln Neb and is splendid authority on poultryraising It not only interests fancy breeders but the housewife iu town or coun trywho wants to make some profit from a few hens It also has a Belgian Hare Department It you want a poultry paper here is your chance Only 60 cents for both papers a year Address THE CITIZEN Berea Ky a THE HOME Edited by MIM IiucR J Instructor In DomeMIc Sclenco llrrra College Muttons Mutton button vrlin has got the lnillotiOM riav Right hero I must say that I hope no housewife is without button has ket or bag I prefer tho former for its firmness and a row of small lining pockets for assorted buttons in easily put in Ono of my comforts has been a reserve button box very distinct trout the basket which contains only the sorts of buttons that am III com won daily use This box contains my curds of now pearl button some times cattle of such buttons as would be appropriate for most drussiw almost times that I have bought as bargains against a time of need amt always sots of buttons still good that hoe ripped from old dresses These last urn strung upon strings one kind only on each string Sometimes they have long rests between services and sometimes short ones Boys anti buttons should have nn intimate acquaintance with each oth or instead of usually being as fur apart as two things can 11nt one strong effort I mean that boys us well as girls should be taught to sow on buttons Naturally tho mender of the family will sow buttons on tar derwear before distibuling to tho reo sj ective owners bureau drawers but it seems to mo n proper way to have boys sow ou all other buttons for themselves Who knows how far your boy may go from tho over ready womans haul and needle Would you not be kind to your boy Pro pure hiht for such nn emergency If an out ot sight button comes elf which is the none honest and thrifty to lIew it on again or use a pint Should we not bo as whole and order ly as wo outwardly appear If you or your children lot buttons come off and stay otTo I think I am no very shrewd guosser if I say that you lot other things go undone that you aro not thrifty that little mental nut moral buttons are sometimes lost and not replaced and that your life is not quite good so strong so well ordered HO honest us it should IK Every family should ho au ethnical culture society and if it begins its work upon buttons it is no mean or stimuli bogiiiing JUMATA SrArruKn iu Good Ilousukee ping Tho Gottnil monument timid now amounts to 1100- 0Repair That Loom Homespun is coming into fashion again and our frirls keep up ColllhUishringeducationhomos Wo can pay for wollwovon linen 40 conts a yard Joans 60 conts llnsoy 50 conts woll matchod bod covorlots 4 to- SO Patont dyos not nccoptod oldfashioned Indigo pro forrodFor address JoicruiNE A ROUINSON iloinespun Exchange Berea Ky H a0wANTEICapable rrllable peon In every county to nnmcni lartplrumlny ofolld anal WCcklytlperdayatwhlhfysureandallexpesea minion salary wl earn Kalurtuy and nxprnxi money advanced each TAN1MKU UOUaKni IlKitiioaM Uincinu REPORTERS CORRESPONDENTS or WRITERS Wanted everywhere Stories news ideas poems llltn articles ad vance news drawings photographs articles otc etc purchuhod rublicntionparticulars and full information bo oro son articles The Bulletin Press Association Raw York THE FARM Kdltnl by S C MAres Professor ol Horti culture Brrea College Do Good ItoadH Pay Many persons have not given the question of good roads time serious consideration that its importance de serves Especially is this tho case In the country whore the farmers have heretofore been obliged to stand tho entire expense of road building or naturallyiewed mennIlIrgllyupon good roads as n desirable con venience but either ignore or fail to comprehend the money situ of the questionLeaving out of consideration touh- pmrarilytime mutter of paying for per manent roads we before us the question Do good roads pay would IlnauciullylToshould know what it is costing time people of tho United States to haul their produce and what it costs the purple in other countries Tho Federal government has been subjectforUtMtioiiH have been published far and wido It should be borne iu entirelyimpartialcareful corroboration can malw them The total wagon transportation In tho country amounts tons each year The Uragutlilltanlt freight is hauled iu wagons is eight miles and tutu average cost of hauling one ton thin distance is 2 On this basis tho hauling done in wagons yearThiscy but it hUH been determined by in dependent investigators whoso figure HuhlltuntiRllngrllJ We are now interested in knowing what this hauling should cost Care inEuglammdaverage cost of hauling ton ight ItIClIiTo put tho figures In a different shape it costs tho American farm era twentyfivo cents per ton per mile to market his crops white his foreign competitor pills but ten cumuli to hill a ton a mile If wo could haul in a wagon us cheaply In this country there would result nn annual say ingot WO000000 If there in tho aCCtptingthemill wo have still a wiving of KXOUO 000 per mUIII1UIII of our most earnest consideration- There is not tho slightest doubt that tho cheaper cost of wagon haul ing in foreign countries duo to their letter highways and to limo unl versa use Tho average loud abroad for two horses la four tons exclusive of the wagon and this is the allday load six working days per week Wo mire wasting about 1000000000 each year on account of our poor roads and this executive met of our primary or trnnnportation con stitutes a steady tax on our farmers and our commerce American pnxlu cans aro handicapped to that extent In tho markets of the world Tho saving of thin money would enhance tho profits of tho farmer nUll increase tho trade of tho towns But in addition to tho direct saving of this mud tax os it has beon called there are many other ways In which good roads pay- Commerce would ba benefited if crops could bo moved regularly and at all seasons of tho your Farmers could promptly take advantage of favorable es and perishable could be marketdexpeditiously and with It is not possible tolIot a money valuo upon tho gain to the farming community that would result from permanent highways but undoubtedly the improved social and education al advantages would do much toward solving the vexed question of how to keep young mon on tho farm And when to all these features wo odd the increase in real estate values the conviction is forced upon ua that good roads do pay that firstclass permanent highways are the best in vestments the formers can make anti that it is now time for tho citizens of Kansas to lay the foundation for fu ture prospentJ D Harper in The BEREA COLLEGE iesc ed IPlaces the Best Education in Reach of All Over 25 Teachers TOO Students from 20 States neat College Library iu Kentucky NO SALOONS Trade Schools Carpentry Printing Housework Nursing two years Model SchoolH General Education and fitting for advanced courses For those tiijjlclcntly advanced to get a teachers certificate Applied ScienceTwo years course with Agriculture for young men and Domestic Science for young ladies Normal Course Two years with practice teaching Academy Course Four years fitting for College for business and College Course Literary Philosophical Classical Lfor lif- eItlusleIleed Organ Choral free Vocal Piano Theory Wo are hero to hulp till 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 withina J 2400 about fU to be paid In advance Tho school is endorsed by Baptists Cougrogationalist Disciples Method bite Presbyterians and good people of all denominations- For information and friendly advice address the VicePresident ORO T FAlllClHLD L L D Berea Mftdliea Uny- t