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BII1tftdollAel Rev With JOHN Strong IJojktotllmn1wUttOlldH DODWELL E CiIZEAnllndcpendent the YEAR R Weekly SCHOOL VOL II A Family Vapor BEUEA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY APRIL Si 1901 Fifty cents a year NO 41 1 HluupIKeep your tools A true Christian life is never easy The meanest imp of Satan is jeal ousyIf you wish blooms tomorrow sow todayIf you want groat opportunities improve the small ones When a titan marries ho halves his rights and doubles his lutes Take Notice WKKKIY PIUVEK MEETISUS Church of Baron Wednesday 71 p m Baptist Church Thursday 710 p 1IISlColl Church Monday 780- p m- SI1NlU SUHVICKS Church of Borin 11 a m Prof A M Jomw At Second Church 11 a in Rov II J Derthiokj subject Thu Names of Goth Baptist Church 11 u in and 7150 p Rev II Aulick Sunday School 11t a in all churches Tho Y M C A extension workers will JtO to Blue Llok at 3 p in Roy Lodwick will preach e FROI THE WIDE WORLD Military activity has boon renewed in Manchuria fen thousand French soldiers leave China in May Tho German French expiditiou in China has been abandoned Tho Imperial Winter Palace at Pe kin China burned ftt week The United States Germany G real Britain and Spain have refused to roc ognlzo the Venezuelan courts as li tribunals to adjudicate claims ol for ekgnersIll OUR OWlMIRY Mnj llfirsoy of the Weather Bu icau says fniit will not be hurt In tho cold this year and that three will be a largo yield- Uncxceptkounblo authority IItllt- ethd specific provisions for the non traity of the Nicaraugau Canal hn y lieu determined on The TenueHSwi legislature hM passel n bill coding certain lands along tho North Carolina lino for a part ol the Appalachian Park qua thousand Filipino prisoners of war wore released Saturday by Gen McArthur on tho issuing of Agui naldos peace manifesto Thn post otlice department in con sidering tho mlviHibility of excluding from the benefits of second claw rates all publication + which give premiums to their subscribers Tho Arkansas Sonatinas passed a bill making It unlawful to drink in toxicating liquors until u man has provided himself with an annual Ii cense which costs 5 The Supremo Court of G x rgia has decided that the Christian Scientists cannot practice tho treatment of disease without having regularly grad uated in medicine or passed an ex amination before the Modical Boanl tine same as other physicians COMMORWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Quinn the murderer of Policeman Crum at Danville line been sentenced to death Garuett Ripley accused of compli city in the Goebol murder has been acquitted Powells Valley Bell county was flooded by tho recent rains Twenty families lost their homes Ex Gov Bradley failing to secure the judgeship of the now district In Eastern Kentucky is looking towards tho U S Senate Tho residence of Goo W Bain the temperance lecturer of Lexington was damaged f2000 by fire Sunday night lilt library was greatly injur ldA1 J Cochran is to be Federal of tho now district iu Eastern Kentucky E B Tinsloy will be P District Attorney and Stephen Sharp Marshal Commonwealth Attorney Breckou ridge is to bring suit for 5000080 money paid for tho support of Gov Taylors troops duringtho gubernatorial contest lTheoutlaws iu Letcher county are r and are expected to sur WrightAllUUIQsort a posse born Tow inin officials have them entirely sur risen on tUunded to seven shil a Locals and Personals HUUUIIN of an accident to our engine we are compelled to me a smaller press title week so our puper lit only half size this tune We will he all right next week Erasmus Speuce is very sick Rev J G rarsoiiH ill at Burning Springs MIHS Ellu Fowler left Saturday for Cleveland 0 Mrs Leo Ann Million has been ill with Iu grippe Mrs Joo Adams is nulTuring from chills anti rover New vegetables nice am froth Bickuuli it Early Harvey AmbrOHi hits left the hospital and is at homo Six varieties of Seed Sweet Pota toes Hicknell tl Early I C Coylo is out again after his ac ciduut but is looking very weak 51r Lusk writes front St Louis that ho is attending special lectures there Miss Annie Soper of Wallaceton is with her mater Mrs Fl B Wallace T A Hob 1ll1on and daughter Nora paid a visit to London returning Sun dayMiss Sarah Lawson of Wnllacetou has taken rooms at Mrs Green HOH kiss A V Jackson of Nicholasville was in town Monday and Tuesday buying saw logs Miss Laura and Lou Duncan visited Mrs Durbiu at Richmond last Wednesday Ilkltmondtwas und Friday Bert Coddiugtou is happy lie and his family urn in their home on Center Stroot Stout tho taylor was here Friday tad Saturday but bad weather nmile poor business ofgweek for Indiana Just received a car load of Weber Wagons to bo sold at very reasona blo prices Bicknoll Early Mr and Mrs Robt Chrismau of Panola are visiting Mr and Mrs Joe Coyle parents of Mrs Chrismau Rov JI J Derthick will not go to India this year Second Church does not wish to give him up just yet Cash Van Winkle returned from Jackson county Monday and reports everything quiet since the election Mrs R D Smith who was reported sick at the hospital was not taken thero but is at her home and is much better Daniel Riddell accompanied by his brother Charles of Richmond came down Tuesday to practice with tho College Band Tho trustees of tho Baptist Church have secured tho services of Rev IL R Noel of Stanford for two Sundays in each month- J C Sharp has sold his engine and boiler to Tine Roberts who has moved it to Big Hill Mr Sharp has pur chased a now engine Miss Rhoda Wells has returned from Clay county to her home at Wallacetou She spent several days in Bcr a on her way Morto Morris goes to Cambridge hid for the summer Ho may tanks his homo there anti has paid for the weekly visits of the CITIZEN E P Uruers Plating Works op Kykniveswith tumble plato at reasonable costMrs Tico gave the little tots of tho Kindergarten u delightful dinner Monday in celebration of Froebels birthday the founder of the Kinder IP rtonlIisH Brooks pronounced itI u howling success The Eighth District Kentucky W C T U will hold its Annual Convention at Livingston April 80th May 1st and 2nd first session beginning Tuesday night April 80th Hev- C H Palmer Mrs Frances E Beau champ and Dr G W Young will be present and deliver addresses Dole gates and visitors expecting to at tend should send their names to Mrs Frank Jonos Livingston that outer tainment may be provided When partie8agent a certificate showing full faro has boon paid one way thus possibly entitling tho holder to a reduction on return May R Patterson District President NO INSID I q r Madison County So far as learned the fruit trees are unhurt by the recent cold woatberI Deputy Sheriff Terrill hab a now arrival It his home lames Lackey Terrill Very high water is reported at alley View and great many logs aro being caught Miss Lloyd principal of Madison Institute favors the proposed consoli dation of Central University and Con CollegeA son of widow White of near Panola died Monday from a gun shot wound in the leg received by accident The commencement of the Negro High School Richmond will be May 10 Exhibition of work done by tho pubils will be on the 8th and Hh- Tho opposition on the part of the citizens of Richmond against the con solidation of Central University and Contro College continues unabated Circuit Court has adjourned and the following cases were disposed of John Gibson for horsestealing 0 yours Hiram Hopper grand larceny 2 years Abe Nolan alias Win Jones ChamUefllIJ years son for the murder of Wm Callahan continued to the September term A Panlagrapher while in Berea one day last week felt tho political pulse of tho people as to tho coming magisterial race in that District Several worthy gentlemen are aspirants for this otlice but there seems to be n strong demand for the return of Mr John L Guy to the bench Mr Gay is among the ablest members of the present magisterial body and has wads a most excellent official Ills reelection would be gratifying to citi Zeus of tho county generally College Items J Cleveland Cndy Es of Now York is a guest of President and Mrs Frost This Cabinet of the Y M C A wero entertained at supper by Prof Marsh Tuesday evening before their business mooting The Phi Delta Boys are becoming very uniform in their ideas and have adorned their heads with orange and black caps their society colors Mrs C E Casey sister of Miss Van Horn has purchased as it me mento of her visit to Berea u number of homespun coverlets of Mrs Robin sonTho College students male and female have organized an Athletic Association Forty members are en rolled and many others will join It is a good move Mrs G W Leonard and Miss Ruth Conner who have been guests at the hospital with Miss Van Horne left today for Baltimore and will sail from New York for Germany May 9 They were much pleased with Berea and hope to return next year Obituary Notices Mrs Elizabeth Hopkins McCoy wife of Dr E B McCoy died at her homo in Berea after a two weeks ill ness from urinemia at 510 a mI Saturday April 20 1901 aged n years The funeral services were conductedat her home on Saturday morning by Rev M K Pasco assist ed by Rev Goo Ames The remains wero taken to Kingston Ind for burial Miss Hopkins was married to Dr McCoy Sept 19 1889 at Kingston Ind and resided thero until May 16 1699 when she joinedar husband at Berea where ho had preceded her a mouth earlier Mrs McCoy united with the Presbyterian church in her fourteenth year and was a member of that church in good standing until hr death Sho was a conscientious Christian a good neighbor beloved of her friends and an affectionate true mother to her two boys aged respectively 7 and 9 years who are left with their father to mourn her death True sympathy goes out from all rTur citizens to the bereaved ones Mrs Nancy Hudson tho widowed sister of Green Gabbard died Friday nightIndiana miners who came to Ken tucky to influence the miners in this state to a general strike wero ordered away because they came armed E THIS WEEK t Save Your Bacon may bea surprise to some to 1It that about half the time since the present hog law has been on the books according to information noIstrusome impounded escaped to adjoining premises and thence to the streets properIlIlIthority iieieHhary repairs That he has ro peatedly at various times ordered thn impounding of hogs and received in reply tkat the stray pin would not hold hogs and that lie hiss been informed that the law did not require that they should bo impounded only ut certain seasons While it is true that the pen would not hold hogs until it was repaired it is not true that the law says they cannot lw impounded only at certain seasons they may be and should be while the law ro mains any day in the year when found running at large That he has done roIenforcement of all laws that have been violated in the town That good law abiding citi1 zeus do not like to file complaints against neighbors when they know that they are violating the law and andare willing to suffer serious in convenience and sometimes real inIjury rather than make any ante That the Kentucky Statutes provide Section 3686 that the town marshal shall prosecute before the police court all branches of town ordinances That the present hog law provides that the Marshal shall imI poundall animals prohibited from running at large It may surprise some that the Marshal of Berea has- to make a living independent of emoluments accruing from the office of marshal and therefore cannot at all times patrol the streets to lookafter stray animals Finally that if negli gence huts prevailed in the enforce incut of any law it would be in order to move against any oliicer suspected of such gross neclect of duty as to deprive the citizen and the public of that protection for which laws are madeHogs are a nuisance to many peo pie They are mischievous at all times and under all circumstances when not properly restrained Where laws exist that prohibit them from running at largo it should not be necessary for the many to be always on the defensive against depre dations commited by the hogs of the careless few who suffer them to run at large in defiance of law It is and has been at all times the purpose of the present incumbent of the office of Police Judge to issue processes to bring offenders into court impartially hear the testimony and BO decide fearless as may be of what people may say in any given instance Tho purpose of this article is to make known to the citizens of Berea some things which seem to be un known or imperfectly understood and to invoke the aid of allcitizens in favor of good government to intelligently cooperate with the officials to effect such results as shall bring it about Respectfully Submitted JlOOCIA Card Will the true friends and kind neighbors who so earnestly and untiringly ministered to the needs of my wife in the time of her recent fatal ill ness and who have shown so much kindly sympathy for us in our bereav ment please accept this acknowl edgement of my heartfelt gratitude to them Sincerely- E B McCoy Do Good and Make MoneY- By Introducing kUseful S FOR TERMS AND FULL PARTICULARS ADDRESS Nichols and Company Publisher Naperville Ill lad Xnlio TBS CITUtJt OUR ENGINE IS i Ooo n 11 IJ ilI 1 di i at SPRING SUITS g- rWe are pleased to announce that our new stock is now com plete in every department Make us a visit and wellshow you a line of SPRING SUITS second to none in the land All our clothing is manufactured for us by the best wholesale tailors in the country and each garment is made to conform to the highest standard of excellence in every detail Not a point is overlooked Fabric Style Fit and Workmanship allmust run the gauntlet of scrutiny in every instance And the price is never higher than others ask for inferior goods In our great assortment of styles timid range of prices youll find something to your notion Dont forget our splendid lines of Shoes Hats Shirts Ties Etc COVINGTON BANKS Richmond Ky iVV ZU2U2 P 2tlP MEAT MARKET I have Good Fresh Beef or Pork constantly on hand at pop tiar prices Blacksmithing done at the same stand at lowest rates for good workP REYNOLDS Depot St Ju 6 0l E B McCOY Dentist Berea Kentucky Center Street Art Gallery C I 000 Proprietor Uptodate Photos Nothing but the best finish at the lowest price WANTED Capable reliable person In every count to large company of solid linen cial reputation fJM alary per year payable weekly per day absolutely ure and all expeu ses straight bona tldc definite salary no com mission wary paid vaci Saturday and expense money advanced each week 8TANUAUU 1IOUSK 351 UEARBQRX ST CHICAGO BO YEARS EXPERIENCE nc 1 Ars1i rYSCe f i COPVRHMTU hc- Anonnentueaesetha de tmrqiitcklr utcruiii our fuu wn lift an Hltentinn le pmtmL y putfi II n nnlra lion fUlctlrnmUilentul ilwdbnl UIII OIl Beet tree IMifft ifnif frviiii n mile rutriiu taken thniuvh JIUIH t ijrmilTeprsalualt without cho r lullix Scientific Mmeioneind nmelr lllnitrmtMl weekly fjirmt drcuUtlnn iif n srlentiao Journal Terms rRa- eertfnurnonthaIL Bola bj all ntwsdraltra YorkBranch 030 I I IDO YOU SEE CLEAR I IFNOT yocr tAY T A ROBINSON Jeweler and Optician j Main Street Btrea Ky eyeeFREEwill lit you with spectacles that wd enable you to sets clearly Robinson sells Fine Jewelry und Nice Novelties Robinson sots your time correct Take your crippled clock or watch to him t Attention Kentucky Teachers IeThe Fountain Pen is a neces sity for every teacher who wishes to save time The best pen made is the Parker Jolntless Fountain Pen It positively has NO EQUAL You can order it by mail trait College Book Store Every pen WABBANTKD and can either be exchanged or money satisfactoryWrite for Books and Stationary promptly titled Address Perry F Shrock Burea Ky JnnafflHWl J C MORGAN JDantaJ SurgeryOffice Hours 3 to ItAM 1 t03 P M National Bank Build ng Richmond Ky IHand242 cent stamps Your wife want a pair of SIIKAKM We Will mall her a pair oil loch raior iteel shears 11orCatalogue we will mall you tree If you uk for It Addreu MAIIKB II ORO8H CO e8r tA- dam8t Toledo Ohio and mention the Cltlaen CLEANING UP SALE of Winter GoodsCLEANING UP SALE will continue until March 16thQUit this Sale all Ladies and Childrens Heavy Shoes andall Mens and Boys Heavy Shoes Boots Botees High Cut Shoos Felt Boots and Rain Coats all Winter Underwear for Men and Boys all Winter Caps Work Shirts and Glove every thing In Winter Goods will be sold at Special Cut PricesWo wish to close out all Winter Goods before receiving Spring Goods Should you want anything to bridge over the storms of March with it will be our pleasure to show you our goods and give you prices We will Save You EonevThanking you for past patronage and soliciting your future demands We ARE RESPECTFULLY WEST MAIN Douglas BFOSBWEST STREET Richmond Kv STREET BROKEN at411 L L a THE CITIZENBEREA KYAPRIL 25 1901 Action of the Presbytery- of Brooklyn in Regard to Mor monism The Mormon Church is a vast po htical machine It has all along hat a dream of universal dominion and it teaches its devotees that all civil government is illegitimate except al officered and controlled by the Mormon priesthood See Pratts King dom of God Pratts Key to Theolo gy Chapter VIII Journal of Dis courses Vol 1 page 221 and on same series Vol II pago ISO same series Vol V page 186 and on New Witness for God published 1803 page 187 and on It teaches tha thoso who render absolute and unquestioning obedience to the Monnoi priesthood are the people of God and that all others are His enemies who merit His own righteous judg meats This socalled church makes use of its plausible religious formularies in i order to hold its absolute sway and to do this successfully it must teach f such doctrines as will appeal most strongly to the natural man and to his baser nature at that In addition to the doctrines mentioned in the quotation from the Pres 1byteryof Utah the Mormon Church teaches that sin is necessary to hUe man progress ono of the great steps toward exaltation Catechism CImpt VIII thus furnishing a plausible ex cuse for its own crimes and for the personal sins of its foltowersIt teaches that men may become gods by practicing adultery under the eu phonious title of plural or celestial I marriage Doctrine and Covenants Section 132 10 20 It teaches that allspirit is matter Doctrine and Covenants Sec 131 V 7 and de nies the existence of the spiritual as distinguished from the materialand teaches that to affirm that anything is not material is to affirm that it does not exist Iratts Key to Theology Chapter V thus encouraging men to live in sin and sensuality here jn order to gain a sensual heaven hereafter New Witness of God pp 460466 Mormonism is both antiChristian and antiAmerican It is a school of immorality and treason Pratts Kingdom of God and Key to The olgVi PP 68 69 and 73 It is in its very essence tho crudest materialism and the grossest sensuality immoral ity and blasphemy masquerading in the garb of religion Mormomism is a huge religiopolit cal monstrosity which is doing its ut most to destroy the Christian home to undermine the foundations of this Christian republic and even to make shipwreck of the souls of men in order to satisfy its unholy ambitions and to accomplish its unrighteous purposesFrom these wellestablished and wellknown facts an intelligent pub lic can surely judge whether such an instution with its 2000 missionariep ramifying our entire land is a men ace to our republic or not and in the light of such woll known and welles l mysterytoexceedingly interesting to have solved how any newspaper desiring the approval ofa lawabiding and self respecting community can endorse Mormonism or the Mormon mission aries as worthy of the confidence of a peopleDone day of October SOS Attest J A RiLUXusLFr Moderator NEWELL WOOLSEY WELLS State Clerk Adopted by a unanimous vote the greatest machine magazine on Earth wti4 Cbc Hmcrfcan Cbrcabctman r The onl7magalne which helpsto pass laws lor tile benettt of thrtiherraen and which helps to perfect orgtnlzatloni for their mutual benefit It fighti the tbretb ermans battle and helps him In every eftycentalwasInend of thrro month If the subscriber li not latltfled with IL We have several pre mlumi for tbreihrrnien which are very valuable and useful Send toraamplecopy agenttOnly Interested In threshing and the use of steam desired ai subscribers Address Cbc Bmcrlcan Cbicsbcrman The warmest Itaby In the lunch Baolson ells 13 S Bm t 6ls Kllckttr Block trv Ohio College of Department of Dentistry central Ave and Co This College was organized in 1845 about October 8th 1901 Three sessi for graduation This is the first Dent is coeducational and has a teaching c ings are modern and well adapted to education and its clinics are unsurpass in Clinical instruction are also given formation and Announcement addn t 116 Garfield Place Cincinnati Ohio i Correspondence There is now a good and stead market for homespun linen cloth at Berea If you want to make money during your idle hours at tho fireside put in a good crop of flax this spring Jackson County Kirby Knob Mail for Kirbj Knobcomes direct from heron via Big Hill reaching hero daily excep SundayIke lost his only cow las weekArchio McGuire visited his parent last Saturday and reported that his sister had married Mason County Mays vl He The cold wave has cast quite a gloom over our country David Adams remains quite ill at his home in the east oath Miss Margaretto Robinson left Fri day for a visit to her undo in Madison Ind Prof T A Reid addressed the Plymouth Sunday school Sunday morning The members of tho M E Church seem to bo very proud of their new minister Rev Talbert formerly of- SpringfieldObio Mrs Ellen Williams died in the city alms house Sunday burial in the Maysvillo cometry Mrs Charlotte Thomas of Mayslick visited her sister Mrs Mary Strawder of Lawrenco Creek the past week Prof J S Hathaway of Mt Sterling has been reelected President off the Stato Normal at Frankfort The Rev E White the new presiding elder visited the school last week Madison County Peyton town Edward Powers ind Mrs M E Grizzard were married Wednesday by Squire Jones The wedding was a quiet affair special friends only in attendance The four year old daughter of Mr tad Mrs Cad White is very ill from pneumonia Mrs Sam West was called to Rich mond by the death of her sister Mrs Martha Gently C F Burnam visited his brother lackson Burnam of Borea last week Robt Blythe is back from Buffalo XYMrs Dr Buuuett was taken ill sud lenly Sunday night Howard Blythe who has been in jail for two months for larceny hiss eturned to his home Mrs Sallie Haynes paid a visit to her mother last week A large party of young folks paid Ir and Mrs R H Harris a surprise visit last Sunday night Some pleasant music and singing was enjoyed Owsley County Eversolo Born to L F Cole and wife a fine boy Miss Fannie Moore of Meadow reek has been visiting in our neighborhood Samuel Murrel and Miss Lula cowman were married on April by Squire H C Rice Tho store of Alfred Eversole was ntcred by thieves and goods worth 125 were stolen C B Moore went to Tallega last reek for a loaa of furniture he had ordered from Lexington Lewis Gibson of Cow Creek was here Saturday and Sunday visiting Vice Moore Our farmers have nearly finished owing oats Miss Sudie Shake who has been isiting Miss Emma Cole has return ad homo Tho Gabbard post office has been noved to W B Gabbards near the south of Indian Creek Born to Mr and Mrs Robert Calla han a fine bo- yRockcastle County Couway Mrs J S Gadd went to Richmond for surgical treatment last week We hope she will be ouch benefited John S Gadd has gone to Rich Dental Surgery University of Cincinnat- irt St Cincinnati O and tho 5tith Annual Session begins IUS of seven months each are required al College established in the West It orps of twenty instructors Its build the requirements of modern dental ed Qptional Spring and Fall Courses Fees are 5100 each Session For ins H A Smith D D S Dean J moud for n few days H G Lutes of this placo caught four young foxes a few days ngo They are growing finely Your correspondent has been do livering books this week H E Gadd is to start soon travel for a Chicago company Disputnntit James Thomas has returned from Illinois Mrs J W Anglin of Climax is visiting friends on Davis Branch Abuey f layno are having a good trade at their now store on Clear Greek R H Anglin is still very sick Wo hoar of no more now cases of small pox John S Gadd who has been sick for sometime is no better Jeff Dalton of Madison Co passed through hero on his way to Crooked Creek to visit relatives- J W Todd has bought John Liu villos farm forT 00 Lambert Cope will move their saw mill to the Tan yard branch in a few weeks to saw timber that J W Todd has bought of Will Liiiville James Holman and family will leave Davis branch in a few days for East Borustadt Mrs 0 J Abnoy is no better a CINCINNATI MARKETS nIUEn nY A 0 XOUMAX Jt CO CISCINXATI April 2 CtrrLEConaau275 ItI S3f 0 Butchers375 fti 510 Shippers475 li fiJu CALVES Choice 450 iff 500 Large Couimou300 n 45- 0ImoasCoauuou125 pr 5 75 II Pair good light 565 pr 500 Packing585 ly 585 SHEEP Good to choice 375 flf 415 Common to fnirUftO pi 350- LAUnsGood to choice 525 Cl 550 Common to fair400 Sri 500 WHEAT No 2 ll 76 LORX No 2 mixed 40 OATsNo i HycXo 2 56 pi FLOCR Winter patent 360 p19uh II fancy800 tai 310 Family210 It 275 MILL FEED 1650 ff 1750 HAYNo Timothy 1425 It 1450 No 2 1225 y 1275 1075NoABD Prune steam 812 1 r 820 DRY SALT MEATS Clear sides 815 Short ribs 838 Shoulders 075 learjbolliei M to 30tb 803 6y 805 Btco Short clear sides 895 ribs 875 Clear bellies UIE Cd 930 114LouLTnvSpringers rib 25 rig 30 Fryew 10 f 12 SjLightBoosters i Turkey hens 9 Toms 7 Ducks 9 Soos Fresh near bv 12 It Goos- ehorsWetsallhtl 20 hiri 7 II No I dry salt 10 r 101 Bull 41 It 5 Lambskins 4pr Gt TALLOW Prime city fi vI 54 Country lJ J f VooL medium combing 21 rlf 23 Washed long 21i fI 27 Tub washed 25 41 O EATIIERS GCCIH new ni arly white J2 gray to n umge tit rj 10 Duck colored to white 28 tai Jhiukft while no quills Jii Turkey hotly dry 12 crt Iii lomJarillclusinFrom six ID Jiurtcfii inches of scow eporled Much rain and NtruaiEH nutly swollou n Photographs 12 on fiiniy inoiinlM topitd from lour photo to On buttons JOe elich 3 for 5c Send 2 stamps for iimplft Win Lorimor Photogrtiphor DallvilJo Ky AOENTS WASTED THE HOME Edited l y MIM IRACK J STOKW Instructor In Domestic Science nowca College The Table Certain it is that there is no in hi once stronger than that of the table Tho inter life of tho family is doubt less more deeply affected by the at mosphero which surrounds the table than by any other single cause It is not sufficient that there should be at each meal served to the family a sufficient amount of food that it should bo wholesome that it should be well cooked nUll attractively served All of these lire important in and of themselves but there is a depth of thought feeling influence life to which they do not penetrate It hits been said that no one should feel at liberty to say at tho table one word that is not kind and thoughtful any more than to withhold sufficient quauutity of food But wo may go much further in tho same direction and say that from the table at all times whether in the presence of guests or simply when tho members of the family meet for tho daily meals then should be banished all disturbing cure creatiug unpleasant topics of whatever kind or nature If there is a family or business euro which is weighing upon tho mind of any person present let it bo mast scrupulously voided not only in di rect allusion but in the treatment of tiny topics which may lead to it Let the table be indeed a refreshing of tho whole system of tho body and jf the mindand even if it should be necessary to go directly from its biiu thine into tho gloom of some groat lifbculty there will bo the greater strength and courage with which to Puce the contest With this thought and suggestion regarding tho social atmosphere which surrounds tho table cpmes in evitably tho consideration that the ap pointment of the family board should M in keeping with the spirit which makes of it the vital center of the family life It is true that with tho spreadof wealth aud refinement jreater attention in being given to hose natters but this attention is elite apt to run into oddity and ex ravagauco rather than into tho harm of attractive neatness which roves the best adornment for the homo of moderate means To be sure there is no good reason vhy a person of unlimited means ihould not indulge any reasonable fancy of this sort and the privileges being assumed with each new leason more and more freely A writer in one of tho daily papers recently made the statement that with each fear tho demand for unique table dec throne seems to be on the increase Every hostess ill desirous of finding ioma novelty of ono kind or another There never was a time when tho decorator had so free a hand as at pros ent So long as they are handsome old unusual any and all styles of lecoratiLg are permissible This declaration naturally refers note particularly to those occasions when the service of the professional lecorator anti caterer is employed hat which will be of tho widest inter est to the average reader of Good Housekeeping must relate to tho la- hlo of the home with which in its tone service the housewife has con taut care and oversight How shall the make that table attractive iviihiu tho scope of tho family in the import aut question in answer to which she will be glad to welcome practical uigg stious Good Housekeeping 9jSalary Men and women of gal aiMn i to repnwgnl Mimu to travel ixiliitliiK accnlt other fur 810111l1li17ixnnt rapid mlvunccmeiit old ttUlillttitMl rand clmncc for itinivot row or woman 10 iilcNwiit iivnnitnctit po ltlon and llbvr Income SeW lirlllUnt Hue Write oucc- STAKFOKI 1KI S 83 Church St New llnvrn Conn THE WESTERN- POULTRY NEWS and THE CITIZEN One Year for Only 60c The tt eMTii I ultry News is a big 16pago Monthly Chicken Paper published ut Linco n Neb and is splendid authority on poultryraising It not rally iiidTetn fancy breeders but the housewife in town or country who wants In make some profit from a few hens It also has a Belgian liar Department It you want a poultry paper here is your chance Only jiinih for both papers a year Address THE CITIZEN Berea Ky THE SCHOOL Kdltctl br J WIIII1 moro peat of ttio Normal Department Korea College On Time Tho gray of dawn wai ItilluK Cal When through Ihu college rainpns lusd- A lad whom face lilgli puroehowel Whoto ruddy cheek with urdcr Klowl On time outline The Fcxlon graspsd thu Iron And to ami fro It gentle swung Then oer tho laud both fur and near The silver notes rang pure and Hear On time on timer Within the hall the music swell Aud out far out ninonx tho dells The purple harebells wl with dew- Again the merry rlilrara renew Outline on time Then binds and tar take up the bog And bear the joyful news along While fattier Llslit awaku the day And holdi lila head II If lowy on time on time Tho clock IIIJIIlhe terplo high U never know n to stop and sigh lint ever wean UKIH lila fan motto for the human row On time on time Now tilts proud Time lili arched brow tad soon la cast we know nut how For r mltllolllllllllh aghast Ami her lili thunder rumble 11- On lime on time The old earth slug roundelay Aion through space ho whlrli hla way He brine In light In ea tem kle The glory of a bright unrlM Outline on time go on through life He iurtlon still not who ran but ran and will True puiueeerhu lallyd to win When we with pluck and trial begin On time on time NOAH MAY Miss Dnilyilowndllly Miss DaffyilownMlllly this mom nmc to town Poking her wts bright head out of the ground She oncd her eyes without ever a u und rietty Mlles mallr dawn dllly The warm rain maxc l her soft and low Tin blue blnl called her sweet soil low She came tight alter the lingering stow Pretty Mlwi IiaflyHlown MlM Daffy down llly dear how do you do Were very glad dainty one to greet you Were broken hearted to My Adieu Pretty Mlle tsirydowu hlllysekcte- trite Setting Sun Dear John the Pull I setting now lleholdhlmlnthewnt tad tit the chllldren now J11ut uon Lie down and Ins to flat lo other coun trie tar away The day begin to break Ami many a child and many a hint Will wan wide awake lint when the sun comen round rain And tIMS In our coI- Then eveuluR will begin with them And they to tail will hatU How vary total In 011110 To mate till tun In go AH round tbl great wtdo world of outs To light each country m Selectol lcmemler what H good price is paid for homespun linen at Berea College laud when you put in your crops plnntsome flax Repair That Loom I Homespun is coming into fashion again sad our hollltl kelp up the art ofspiunlug Bens College is finding a market for tho products of fireside industry which nlny bring education and comfort to many homos Wo can pay for wollwovon llnon 40 cents a yard Joans 60 conts llnsoy 5O cents woll matched bod covorlots 54 to SB Patont dyos not accoptod oldfashl mod Indigo pro forrod For information address JoseruiXE A HoBissox Homespun Exchange Dorea Ky- WANTEDCapablrreliable states III every county to rrpreMiit larx company of Milld flnan clal nolllll1 nil aanr Iltr yr payable 1110111117 auro all ulltlIuslalghtrbana edc tltnllll salary no ann mlwtoii Mlary paid each Saturday and rxn e money advanced each week rtTAMiAKIl ai llmneoRi CJIICAOO REPORTERSCORRESPONDENTS or WRITERS Wanted everywhere Stories news ideas oem8 articles ad vance news drawings photographs unique articles etc etc purchaord Articles revised and prepared for pub lication Books published particulars and full information be articles The Bulletin Press Association New York THE FARM Kilted by 8 C 1rofvnor ol Horti culture Here College liar Turkey Farm I dunce 2500 last year raising turkeys sold Miss Anita Martin a young women who is known in Toxan her native state as tho Turkey Queen Because I live in Texas however you must not call my place a turkey ranch It it simply n wellconducted farm anti other things aro raised besides turkeys Indeod until live years ago wo didnt raise our own tur keys even for Thanksgiving and Christmas II I begun with five hens and a gob blur You know I suppose that u turkey hen almost invariably lays thirteen eggs before she begins to set mill and that she lays two litters of eggs a year Well that first your of the 125 eggs set in tho spring all hatched excepting five and I rained 117 birds In tho nutumn when my lions laid again I followed my orig inal plan of buying extra eggs but was neither so successful in hatching nor the raising bringing up only 0 Vet 70 mid 117 make 100 so when I tell you that sold those turkeys at an average price of 67 cents you will see that I had a snug sum for my trouble As that was my first year this food had cost mo personally noth ing My father told mo at the ho ginning to go ahead and raise till the turkeys I wished to However when till second year began although Mtartfd with tho sumo six birds I determined to put myself on a businoa basis with the rest of the family I used a largo putt of my earnings of the year before in buying fool an well ads build ign fowl houses and yards Thou I followed tho plan ot the previous season in every particular excepting that I added five Hrnhmu chickens IIOUH of course to my Hock Those Iset on turkey eggs about the steno time did my turkey and when they hatch ed out I gave all the little peer to tho chicken hops to mother and turn the turkey hens into the panturo to lay another litter of eggs This they will generally do in the spring when not allowed to rain the fit brood That spring I raised just 200 turkeys and in the autumn 11 This time I slid not sell all Instead I Incrcllll illY Hook to fifty From that flak of fifty Isold 1100 after increasing my Hock to 100 and furnishing the ruble with11s many turkeys nit the family cared to cat Of cource my methods havi changed very much sluco my Hook has increased from 5 to UK stock birds I no longer use hens to hatch the eggs but incubators I buy thu food by tho quantity nud plant acres and acres of small grain to give them green food I pleat whole fields of shallots god peppers as well as corn and employ two women and several boys to attend to them yet in spite of all those expenses last year I cleared more than 2500 1 he greatest trouble nlxmt mining turkeys is with dews and rains whoa aro young Yountcturkeys should bo at in n IIOIIHO or covered yard and not bo allowed to run into wet grass As fool for birds I use bread of unsifted uusnlt ed cornmeul into which a good quart of red pepper is mixed As green food for them until they airs old enough to look out for themselves I feed them the tender tops of shallots After they puns their fourthmonth I treat them much tide same as sheep feeding them twice a day morning and night liMy binds meet with ready sale and always fetch good prices I take orders for butts futtonnd on fancy foods such an nuts etc which ore supposed to flavor the flesh and of course these turkeys bring high prices Isum 110 reason why other women should not succeed in the work and would be only too glad to give all tho assistance in my power to thwmBuffalo Evening News BEREA COLLEGE Founded IIless Places the Best Education in Reach of All Over 25 Teachers 700 Students from 80 States Best Collogo Library lu Kentucky NO SALOONS Trade SchoolsCarpentry Printing Housework Nursing two years Model SchoolH General Education and fitting for advanced courses For those tufflciently advanced to get a teachers certificate Applied Science Two years course with Agriculture for young men and Domestic Science for young ladies Normal Course Two years with practice teaching Academy CourseFour years fitting for College for business and College Course Literary Philosophical Classical for life Music Reed Organ Choral free Vocal Piano 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