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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 7 Rev JOHN DODWELL Manager With Strong Staff of Editors and Cor respondents Bnltntt at tltt FottoffM at etau enu nnfkrrTHE CITIZEN I a VOL III A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 19 1901 Fifty cents a year NO 13 II IDEAS 0 Tin Heaven alono that Is given uway Lowoll How is your wood pilot Dont wait till winter to find out God cover loft a human soul out of Ins lovu nud providence If you want to loans how to mind your own biiBinowi read the Epistle of Paul If you are a scoffer at religion you are in tho same column with Mary Goldman and Czolgoez TAKE NOTICE At the Chapel next Sunday morning Dr Burgeaa will preach his first ser moo of tho series THE TRUE CHURCH rstlilTS PLANTING In tho evening tho subject will bo WHAT is TillS WOULD COMING TOT FROM THE WIDE WORLD Extraordinary precautions are bo Ing taken to protect the person of the Czar on occasion of his visit to FranceKing VII of Great Brit ian has ordered tho English Court to wear emblems of mourning in honor of President McKinley President Loubot of Franco sold a special mOwsage of condolence and sympathy to Mrs McKinley upon loaning of the death of the Frcwi dentThe Kaiser of Germany has order ed that the Navy all Imperial Pala ces and Government buildings fly their lags at half nrat as a mark of trs pact to tho memory of President McKiuloy IK OUR OWR COUNTRY Our honored cud loved President William McKinley will be buried today with military honors in Canton 0 Our honored and loved President William McKiuley is being hurried to day with military honors in Canton Ohio Loon Czolgoaz the assassin of Pro idont McKinley will be tried tho regular term of tho New Yor Suppreme Court Gov Odoll having declined to calla sperial nossiou The Pennsylvania Railroad Officials discovered Sunday night that an at tempt was being made to wreck the late Presidents funeral train near lechua N Y A number of men wore neon tampering with tho tall and placing obstructions on the track Vice President Roosevelt arrived In Buffalo Saturday 180 pm and I after payiug A visit of respect to Mrs McKinley was escorted to tho rest douoo of Ansley Wilcox and sworn in as President of tho United States by Judge Hazel of the U S District CourtMajor Sylror Chief of Police of Washington proposes as moans to check anarchists tho establishment ofa Federal Bureau of identification to bo in touch with the Police service of tho different stat andcities to watch anarchists and other dangerous criminals COMIOlf BALTH OF KENTUCKY All State National and County offices aro closed today in memory o the Martyred President Fully 10000 Negroes holda memorial meeting in Lexington Sat urday night in honor of President McKiuloy The L N R R Coa earnings for tho first week of Soplomer are 1569010 or 71600 more than tho same week of last year Police Court Judge Riley of Lex ington has established a whipping poet for young boys and girls who roam the streets at night There is much uneasiness in Madl sonyllle because of the throats of minors to use force to keep 1nonunion men from working- A pot of Spanish silver dollars wero unearthed on Charles Corbitta farm in Hardin county The money was coined more than a century ago Tho Law School in connection with Central University of Danville willI open October second Prospects lor- a good attendance aro very flattering Gov Bockham commuted to life imprisonment tho death sentence of Holly Strutbn who was to havo been hanged at Lawronceburg Friday for the murder of Newton Seamy II Y nC CI dent FrlstIText Phil 2 1213 Wherefore work out your own salvation with fear and trembling for it is God that worketh in you both to will and to do His good pleasure Because I can say so little in half an hour I wish to mention four books which will be profitable for our stu dents The first 15liTho Road to Riches by William H Mahor a book which while devoted to worldly themes illustrates many spiritual truths Tho next is Self Help by Samuel Smiles The third is Plain Talks by J G Holland And the fourth especially adapted to Col lego students is the essay of John Foster on Decision of Character- It will be expected that a sermon at tho opening of tho school year will be addressed not to children nor to those of middle life but to young people Tho great thing about young people is that they aro pawing out of tho caro of parents and preparing to take the management of themselves The first uses of ones freedom are some times intoxicating but when wo real ize tho facts in the case we see clearly that liberty is not a toy but a matter to be taken seriously I have here a little book older than the Now Testament containing the wisdom of Socrates and I will read front it his parable on tho choice of HerculesWhen Hercules had ended his childhood and was entering upon youth the period in which young men becoming independent show whether they will choose the path toward vice or the path toward virtue when Hercules had reached this age ho wont into a quiet placo and sat down to think And presently he beheld two tall ladies like angels ape proaching him One of those ladies was of a noble countenance clad in white andwith an air of purity and modesty The other had painted lowneckedkherself and watching her shadow and watching to see whether other people were looking at her Aa they came nearer this second lady ran ahead of tho other so as to get the first word with the young man 0 Hercules she said I see that you aro studying as to what lifepath you shall take If you will make me your friend I will lead you in the most pleasant and easy road You shall taste every delight and live without experience in hardships You shall havo no thought of struggles and efforts but shall spend your time considering what you would like to eat or to drink to see or to hear to smell or to touch how you can gratify your paaaioas and sleep in the softest bed And I will never urge you to toil in body or mind for these pleas ures but you shall get the advantage foles lowers to mako gain in any way they can andask questions 1 for con science sake Andwhen Hercules hoard this al luring invitation he saidClAnd mad andfTho lady replied My friends call me Pleasure but those who hate me call me Vice At this point the other lady came up and addressed the young man I have come to you 0 Hercules she said because I knew your parents and had hoard of your talent and training Thinking of these I have hoped that if you make mo your friend you will become a doer of noble deeds I will not deceive you with promises of immediato pleasure but will tell you truthfully exactly how the gods have arranged things in this world Of all tho good and glorious things on earth there is not one which the gods give to men with out forethought and labor If you wish the gods to be favorable to you you must worship tho gods if you wish to be loved by your friends you must benefit your friends if you de sire to be honored by your country you must serve your country if you wish your fruits to be abundant you must cultivate tho laud if you wish your herd to bo profitable you must care for the herds ifyou wish to be an athlete you most train your body to obey your mindandexercisewith toil a and sweat Then Vico broke in and said Do you see 0 Heracles how long and hard a road to happnoso this woman will lead you T But I will load yo- by u a short and easy way But Virturo tho whitorobod lady said Alas poor wretch what do you know of true pleasure Your joys aro all dissipation You stuff your sell before you are hungry and drink before you are thirsty and provide luxuries to tempt your wasted appe tite And when you sleep it is not tho sloop of honest toil but you sleep because you have nothing else to do You are dishonored by gods and men The sweetest sound you have nova heard for you havo never heard your own praise Tho sweetest sight you have never seen for you have never behold a good of your own Your followers when young are weakly in body and when old aro weakly in mind They have slipped through youth without work and piled up hardship and misery and disgrace for their old age But mr friends are honored by gods and men Plain food is sweeter to thorn than all your dainties Their sloop is refreshing and undisturbed by anxiety or an evil conscience In youth they enjoy the commendation of their elders and in ago they have the respect of youth They take delight in what they are doing each day and also in remember ing the goods things they have done in tho past And when the proscrib ed limit of life is reached they do not go down into forgetfulness but their memory is blessed And now I sa- to y thee 0 Hercules thou son of good parents it is permitted to thee by toil and effort to attain this summit of true happiness Now there is an army of young people in Berea today each one of whom is called open to mako the choice between tho painted woman who is called Pleasure and the white robed guardian who is called Virtue Thoy noodto understand to know the real condition of things in this world They need to choose between the two guides and they need to have tho will which will enable them to persevere in a wise choice And now I shall tell you a strange thing people who do not fail because of lack of knowledge and do not fail because they choose Vice often fail for lack of WILL Will is the greatest quality in man Willis the quality which has mad distinguished eminent and useful men and women while irresolution has boon the temptation the weak ness and the ruin of multitudes Will is something very different from wont There are people wh can vory easily refuse to accept invita lions refuse to cooperate with their neighbors draw themselves into clam shell and be obstinatebut this is not tho creative work of will The true and noble exercise of will moans the choice of a course of action and tho persiBtocoy to do all the thin that are necessary to secure continu ance and success in the chosen course Take the example of Audubon whose drawings gathered by long labor were destroyed by rats Ho had tho will to set out on a three years excursion and reproduce those draw ings Mr Mahor tolls the story of Henry and John employed as errand boys by the same groat business firm We cannot doubt that both those boys knew there was such a thing as promotion wo cannot doubt that they both chose or desired to bo promot ed but John chose to do all things which would help him towards that object and ho had the will and resolu tion to keep himself ever engagedon this great purpose He was a poor penman and there was no ono to teach him but he picked out of the wastebasket well directed envelopes and used them for copies He mas tered the multiplication table up to 35 And tho tine came when his employers needed him in the office Henry meanwhile had boon irresolute ready to accept every invitation to a pleasure party or excursion and really spending a large portion of his timo and talent in training a pot dog Henry trained his dog John trained himself The one had will to pursue a groat purpose the other had not The result is that Henry is still as sociating with dogs and John is a member of the firm Gen Grant shone out above all the other generals of the civil war because of this power and he will bo remem bered for his famous words I pro rv pose to fight it out on this line if it takes all summer So my young fronds we must suppose that your success or toiler in this world and the next will depend largely upon your being able to MANAOE YOURSELF DT WILL Many a young person says I could do this or that if I only chose But my friend that is an idle west Tho truth is you cannot chose and stick to your choice Now one may rewla hundred volumes on human nature Psycholo gy as it is called and find very little about the will until he gets into theology When we read tho theological authors we find they all discuss the freedom of tho willwhich is a useless question for wo know that we aro trop But what wo wish to know is this how can people who are not born with as strong a will as General Grants manage themselves And to answer this question wo must go back to the Bible itself The first way in which people whoso wills are not strong can manage themselves is by establishing good habits Train up a child in the way he should go and when ho is old he will not depart from it Ono who has good habits does not need to exert his will every moment but he moves on doing the things which ho has been accustomed to do This is a saving of strength both for the weak and for the strong The second Bible plan for those of us who have weak wills is to avoid temptation Lead us not into temp tationis in the prayer the Saviour taught It is not wise for a general with ten thousand troops to attackan army of one hundred thousand And it is not wise for us to place ourselves in conditions where we know we are liable to fail This is tho principle on which we form the regulations of the College We purpose to arrange things in Boroa so that young people whose wills and character are not yet formed and who have not had wide experience in the world wilt not be tempted more than they can stand There is temptation enough in stores but we intend to arrange our life here in such a way that we shall not have unecessary temptations The third Bible rule for those who would strengthen their wills is to be bold and courageous Whosoever shall confess me before men I will accept says Christ Believe and requiresebecause nobody can be baptized in secret by himself It means a public confession Andour will is strengthened ever time we say to righttcanowe stand by our beet resolutions is to secure good company Forgot not vourselvoatoIgether There is encouragement in comradeship This is the test of friendship I trust every one of you engs courages your when we meet with others who have the same high purposes that we have had in our best moments we are reminded anew of all the great motiyos of virtue and religion It is like the case of a soldier boy in the faray islands who might forget his friends and his reputation and become a heathen in that heathen land if it were not for the letters which he reads from home and the photograph which he gazes at by the light of the camp fire But tho last and greatest and es sential plan for strengthening weak wills is through prayer It is God that can work in us to will and to do This divine power has taken thous ands and thousands of ordinary weak human beings and transformed themJ into heroes and it can do as you and for me Is it right for a Christian to be am bitious My friends any person who is not ambitious to be all that God intends cannot be a Christian at all My young friends beroas benedic tion rests upon you In the seats whore you are sitting hundreds have sat before you who have boon benefit goneforthing resolution A thousand prayers and good wishes are with you this morning erenconntytorecial repUlAt Oil 1930 per year payable t3 per 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tooth I have made or am going to make rt the best alloy fills in the at 76 cents DR HOBSON Dentist Permanently located in the Hobaor Buildingnext door to Government Building Richmond Kentucky i Reference Richmond National Bank Special Price to StudentsF 11Thetl1CONTRACTSThan any other company doing business in the State Those seeking honest legitimate investments will receive our most cordial and thorough attention I DR CE SMOOT PresS M TUDOR Sec Gen Mgr J S CRUTCHER Treas Capital Stock 10000 HOME OFFICERICHMOND KY f FINE FURNITURE SALE S- It will be to your interest to inspect our stock before your buy Wo have the goods and will certainly meet your views as to prices Hardwood Oak and Mahogany Bedroom Suites Iron Beds and Couches at special bargain prices during the month Everything in the 7 Furniture Line I Great Sale on Carpets and Rugs for Cash We invite all our Berea Friends and all Citizen subscribers to call and inspect before making purchases Ia UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY I Day Phone Night Phone in world world 66Joe S JOPLIN Richmond Ky II A GREAT DISTRIBUTION Distribute of BARGAINS Is going on from day to day in our Store InILadles Misses and Childrens Shoes and Slippers lens Vie I Yallonr and Boi Calf Shoes and Oxfords Boys and Shoes In our line of NEGLIGEE SHIRTS UNDERWEAR SUSPEN S uptodate a plete and practical waist on the market Our HAT and CAP Department is Uptodate In Our NECKWEAR DEPARTMENT are all the latest sensations and our Washable Ties are the newest and most varied line of this class of goods on the market In this Distribution Everything Goes If you find Prices Lower than Ours you may be sure the Quality of goods is inferior to that we are offering DOUGLAS CRUTCHER 207 W Main St Richmond Ky n 1 1 0 t 1 LIS I tJ MKINLEYHis President Sketch of the Career of the Thirdi Chief Executive of the States to Fall Victim to the Assassins Bullet THE LATE WILLIAM JdKINLEY I Las MlK1 LEY 1 I y rI CSIHLBr9 BIRTHPLACE KINLEY His Career From Its Humble Beginning In a Small Town fco the Presidency of the United States Long nnd honorable was the public career of William JloXin Icy It extended from tho timo when as n mcro stripling ho held sway in n log cabin country school to tho tragic moment when as chief executive of the nation ho was felled by the assassins bullet During all that timo his record sufferedneither blot nor blemish Ho was tested as a soldier as a lawyer us a politician as a states man as the head of tho nation In each case ho stood the test In private life bo began by being a manly boy a dutiful and obe dient son Ito continued as a faithful and loving husband ono whose example has had its goodef feet on tho nationalcharacter His life wens typically American the life of an American of tho best type And through it all ho was a patriot Above personal ambi tion wero ever in his mind his country and his countrys good William McKinley came from that dominant race that has furnished this McKinleyas a Boy nation with Mimo of Its greatest sol ilk1 re and KtnHH mien HP wns ScotchIrish by lit sent and his nn cestors Immigrated to thin country oar ly enough to have sons who took n pa triotic part In the war of the Revolu tlon The family removed from Pennsyl vania to Ohio In 1814 and from that day has boon Identified with that state not In a great public way but simply aa faithful and devoted cltl Zeus not striving for particular snit Hence but notable for sturdiness of character and Integrity It was among such people and of them that William McKinley was born at Nlles In Trumbull county 0 Feb 20 ISM A younger tan he was destined by his father after whom he was named for the bar lIe was educated at the public schools and later entered All UEINLET AS A BHETET MAJO- Bghany college at Meadvlllc Pa teach- Ing school to pay his tuition feet Scarcely was bo matriculated when the civil war camo on He was but a stripling of nineteen when he entered as a private McKinley as those who remember him as a boy In Poland 0 declare was a real boy fun of fun loving ath letic sports fond of horses and hunt Ing and fishing and all outdoor exercise and yet at 10 wo find him taking upon himself a serious view of life The church records show that In 1858 when ho was hardly 10 be united with tho Methodist Episcopal church of Po landMcKinleys father was an Iron manu facturer and a pioneer In that business William was his third son the oldest being David the second James and the youngest Abner- McKinleys mother was alert and vig orous mentally and physically up to tho tlmo of her death which occurred when she was nearly ninety years of age Major Mel lnle1s home life was very happy despite tho fact that his wife As a- Husband was an Invalid Mrs McKinley was Miss Ida Sax ton daughter of James and Mary Saxton of Canton O She received an excellent edu cation when n girl spat soma time abroad and became her fathers assist ant in his bank where It was said that her fair face attracted bouquets and bunk note to the window Libs must be trained said ha father to buy her own brrII1l necessary and not to sell herself to matrimony She had many suitors but Major McKinley then a rising young lawyer vanquished nil rivalry removed tho young woman from the cashiers win dow and won from honest James Sax ton these words when the howl of the daughter was gained You are the only man I have ever known to whom I would Intrust my daughterMrs always assisted her husband In politics Her health lu nowise deterred her from enjoying the political honorrho won nor did It pro rivet her froth being a wise counselor Her presence time and again served ns an Inspiration to her husband When political preferment first came to Mo Ktnlcy It was his wife who convinced him that be should accept She believed Implicitly In his talents and that his service would be for the good of the state she was certain She never wav ered In her faith In her husbands convictions Mrs McKinley had confidence In her husband not only as a public official tt MKDtUCT AT UEOIXXINO or Ills XEOAL CAItClUi but as a man Her Illness was often overcome by her affection and she traveled thousands of miles when she was weak In body merely that she might be near him She encouraged him by word look and presence nnd he In knightly style returned tho fa vors and reciprocated the sacred affec lion tier home life was short for out of the thirty years of married life more than twentyfour were passed by her husband In the public service Mrs McKinley for years has spent much of her leisure lu crocheting those dainty little slippers which have so many times brought sunshine Into gloomy hospital wards In various parts of the country It is said that she hiss knitted over 5000 palm of these slip pers In her twentysix years of Invalid life In appearance Mrs McKinley Is of medium height with brown hair and large deep blue eyes Although nn Invalid she was fond of making nnd receiving calls and often went on shopping tours Mm McKinley never cured much for dress although her toilets have always been In excellent taste For ninny years Mrs McKlnleys face has betrayed a faint languor sugges live of the Invalid but It Is fair and hears a stamp of beauty In spite of the Oftyflvoyears she carries Her health dates from girlhood An a student she with difficulty undertook tho studies of the course by reason of this condl lion but with constant care and frequent medical attention she overcame all trouble sufficiently to enjoy life and to taste of Its pleasures Her actual invalidism dates from the birth of her second child In 1871 This child diet lu Its Infancy and was followed by the first child a daughter of three years a short time afterward Mrs Saxton Mrs McKlnleys mothernlso died about this time These sorrows were wore than she could bear and she never re coveredA story of McKlnleys home acts while governor may be of interest Asa Son No less than his at tention to his wife his thought and care for his moth er since his fathers death In 1803 have comment It had been his custom while at home in Canton to take his mother to church each Sunday morning When he went to Columbus as governor ho determin ed to keep up the practice as much as possible and unless the press of public business was very great he always slipped quietly over to Canton from the state capital on Sunday mornings and walked to church with his mother on his arm The next train would carry him to Columbus where his wife awaited his coming Naturally the mother looked with pride on such a son and she followed with keen Inter est the progress of his first presidential canvass Young McKinley had been a keen ol server so far as his opportunities went McKinleyas a Soldier 0 particularly attracted of the political events that culml nated In the firing on Fort Su inter The call of the pres ident for troops found a quick re spouse In bin breast and when the drums and fifes aroused the echoes of the quiet streets of Po land among the first applicants for en listment was William McKinley Jr It was a new experience and a new school that the eighteenyearold boy entered this school of war but he had wonderful teachers It was his good fortune that assigned him to the Twen tythird Ohio The recruits that com posed It were In June 1801 mustered and formed Into a regiment Its first colonel was William B Itosecraus aft erward major general commanding the department of the Cumberland See end In command was Stanley Mat thews who was a splendid soldier but wee hlS greatest honors la civil IDs bl i becoming United totes senator and justice of the Unmtl States supreme court and ltuther orb It Hayes utter ward governor of Ohio nod president of the United States These are n few of the Illustrious men who were borne on the roll of officers of the gallant regiment Ih which marched Private William McKlnley He carried tho JrImouths then he bo won his comrades of the rank and file bear tes timony to tho fact unit he was a good soldier that he performed every duty COU111111111tlThey geant of the regiment Later Antlctam he was wade n second lifterI tenant and the Mnhonlng county had risen from the ranks He was now to all Intents and pur poses n trained veteran He had hncl his baptism lu blood nt Cnrnlfex Ker ry He had gone through thu West Virginia campaign nnd become n part of tho magnificent Army of the Poto mac under MeClellan South Mountain and Autletnm had been Wade a aor- tal by the Mood of heroes nail the shoulder straps were worn with n due but not exaggerated realization of tho responsibilities they Implied He be came n second lieutenant on Sept SI 1802 He was promoted to first lieutenant Feb 7 1813 Ills commission ns captain bears date July i ISrtl The brevet rank of major was con furred by President Lincoln for gal lout and meritorious services nt tho battles of Onequnn FMher8 Creek nnd Cedar Hill He was with Sheridan In the Shenandoah campaign was nt Winchester Cellar Creek Fishers Hill Opequan Kcmsiown lloyd Mountain mud Herryvlllc where bIhorse was shot under him amt III the battles In which the Twentythird participated Ho served on tho stair of icnernls Hayes Crook Hancock and Carroll He was mustered out with the regiment July Sit 1S after more than four years continuous serf Ice When the war closed McKinley wan Just twentytwo He was full of youth McKinleyas n Lawyer ful enthusiasm nnd ardor and he re turned ti his homo In Ohio fully ex pecting to accept the Haltering utter made him of n coin mission In the regular army list to thU his karats offered strong opposition They jwlnt cd out the small rewards that come to the soldier In time of pence At length he yielded to their poniunslon and re luctantly gave up his dream of tune tial glory and bent his mind UIKIII the pursuits of iHact The war land ended all thought of n collegiate ctireer He cast about for n pruffimloii nnd natu rally considering till bent of his mind be chose the law He bccnmr n utmlent in till offices of Charles ClUldon and David Wilson then leaders of the Mahonlng county bar He supplemented his reading by taking the course nt the Albany Law school and in 1S07 was admitted to tho tar lIe located at Canton where he formed n partner ship with Judge Belden He was an excellent advocate even In those early days nud made sonic ofI the best Jury arguments ever heard nt tho Stark county liar At the time he was first elected to congress be enjoyed one of tho best general practices In the countyAs lawyer Mr McKinley was al ways thorough and careful In the prep aration of cases lIe had the confidence of everybody and soon became imrtlcu lady prominent as uti advocate He prepared himself by thorough courses of rending for his public carter IIo resembled Garfield much In this respect and iKWHcsaed elements of strength by reason of his thorough study of polit ical subjects Ho seems to have had In view trout the beginning the devotion of his life to public service During all his early professional years be was an active participant In Republican cam paigns and early gave evidence of the power he later developed as a public speaker and orator The plan of his political speaking was always tho panic He first thoroughly mastered the sub ject In hand and then presented torch blyMajor McKinley was but thirtythree years old when ho was elected by the Asa- Statesman people of his dis trict to represent them In congress There be soon made his mark nnd was returned at each subsequent election until that of 1800 In which year a change In the bounda ties of his district defeated him by a majority of only 102 While In congress he served on the committee on revision of laws the ju r HB UKDfLKTa FATHER dlclary committee tho committee on expenditures lu the postoffice department and tile committee on rules When General Garfield received the nomina thou for tho presidency Mr McKinley wu Mftlgned to the vacancy oa Use committee on ways and means He served on Use last mentioned committee until tho expiration of his last term as representative While chairman of this committee he framed tho McKinley bill which afterward became a Inw McKinley was a protege of oxPrettl dent Hayes and up to tho time of the hitters death ho recognized the ox CHoduring tho civil war General Hayes knew him and his father well and saw the dashing young cavalier the germ greatness He needed a counselor adviser n friend and General Hayes watched over him with tho filial love devotion anijy pride of n father The war ended McKinley still re mained an object of hope of interest nUll pride to General Hayes McKln ley became a candidate for congnss and was elected When Hayes wns president McKinley was III the house of representatives The major was a frequent welcome visitor at tho White House Ono day the president gave McKinley mlvlce which node McKIti Icy the foremost champion of a pro tective tariff President Hayes thus spoke to tile young representative To achieve success and fame you roust pursue a special the You must not make a speech on every motion offered or bill Introduced You must confine yourself to ono particular thing Ikcome a specialist Take up some branch of legislation and make that your study Why not take up the subject of tariff Helng a subject that will not IK settled for years to come It otters a great field for study nod a chance fur ultimate fame With these words ringing In his raw McKinley began studying tho thrill and soon became tho foremost author ity on the subject The day upon which the McKinley tariff bill was panned lu tho louse must always stand ns the supreme mo anent of McKlulys congressional ca reer Tho bill by adroit parliamentary generalship which had prevented It from Being weighed down with amend ment not approved by the committee had been brought under the oH ratlon of the previous question It stood com plete ready to go forth for good or evil rpon McKinley devolved the task of smoothing Its path and speeding It upon Its wny The occasion thoroughly advertised attracted to the capitol an lintwnie The McKinley Hill throng The gal lories were one mass of humanity suit the anticipa tion of the vote lad compelled the attendance of ev cry member As unuat McKinley spoke without His voice penetrating but not filled the chauilwr Kvcry IwlrsIwas distinctly heard Never orator wore free from the MB HKUOKTfl MOTHMC claptrap than McKinley So true U this that the Incident when he suddenly drew from beneath his desk the suit of clothes which ho purchased tor 10 at the establishment of a fellow repre emotive lit baton In order to demon strafe the cheapness of wearing ap parel stands out with vivid distinct ness It was this earnestness and self con viction that wade McKlnleys adilreM In the house nnd on the stump so care tire Indeed the occasion Is still re called when ho held nil audience of Georgia people for two hours at a Chniitauqua assembly near Atlanta while he preached to thew tho glories of the protective tariff system It was only by the greatest self control said the late Henry W Grady speak ing of this event afterward that I restrained myself from rising as McKinley concluded his wonderful speech and declaring myself henceforth ready to follow him as a disciple James G IJIalno In hid Twenty Years of Congress reviewed the For tyflfth congress In which McKinley first sat ns follows William McKln ley Jr entered from the Canton din trlct He onllHtcd In an Ohio regiment when but 17 years old and won the rank of major by meritorious service The Interest of his constituency and bin own bent of mind let him to the study of Industrial questions and he was soon recognized In tho house 5e one of the most thorough statistician tand one of the ablest defenders of uJP doctrine of protection At a great mass meeting In Indian npolls several years ago tho late fI President Harrison was presiding offi cer McKinlcy was ono of the speakS ers and Harrisou Introduced him ai follows Ho has endeared himself to all by his record ns a gallant young soldier battling fur the fug lIe lane houollY a himself his state mud the country by his conspicuous services In high leras latlvo nnd executive places No mnn wore titan ho Is familiar with tbo ques tions that now engage public thought No man Is more able than he lucidly to set them before the people d do not need to Invoke your attention to what shall M1 lie wtU ntaataaa 11 r The BcntlmcnV wUlch resulted In the notulimUou of McKinley for governor tAs Governor IandPresident of Olio was en gendered Immedi ately upon the an nouncement of the result of the elec tion of 1800 when after fourteen years continuous lien Ice In congress the Ohio Htnteitnan WON defeated for reelection During his gubernatorial campaign In 1803 McKinley visited elRhtyMx of the eightyeight counties of Ohio anil made 130 speeches Ho was elected by a plurality of 80095 up to tlmt time the record In Ohio TIll imllcy which Governor McKIn ley pursued during his tour years of occupancy of the gubernatorial chair uxmirrH HOME CAJTTOX was outlined when In his Inaugural address hn wild It In my desire to cooperate with you In every endeavor tn secure ft Wire economical and honora ble ndintnlfitratlon nnd so tar as can bu done tho Improvement and eleva thin of the public service From the day of bis Inauguration Governor McKinley took the greatest interest In the management of the pul lie iHiwvolent Instltutlonn of the state nod he made a study of means for their betterment Durlne his tint tens the tale board of arbitration was created nod ho made the workings of the board a matter of inTHonnl supervision during the entire tour years of his ndmlnUtrn tlon No account of McKlnley connection with labor problems would Iw complete without some mention of the llrclcM energy which he displayed In securing relief for the 12000 inluera In the Hock Ing vnlley mining district who early In 1KI5 wero reported out of work and destitute Tho news first came to thin governor ono night at midnight but be toro 5 oclock In tho tnornlug he hail upon hU own rctponslblllty tllMllotcl tel to the atDlcled district a car containing 1UK worth of provlnloUH Later he made apixals for assistance end Dnally dlotrlbutcd among tho 2732 families In tho district clothing and provisions to tho amount of f32lMUT McKluteys nomination and election to the presidency In 1MHJ the stirring events of 18SI7 culminating In 108 In tilt war with Kpnln and the aojuUI lout for the Unit tlmo lu this country history of foreign territory by conquest as well as tilts reflection with Theo 0lore Hoosavclt as his running mate In are events of too recent occur renew to require more than passing mention With the circumstances surrounding his death resulting from the bullet uf an an asslu tired while Mr McKinley was receiving at the lon American exposition and his gallant but unsuccessful tight for life the public Is but too painfully familiar THE MARKETS Al Kr n NoitMAN A 10 CINCINNATI fwpu CATTLE Common 1225 100 II Butcbure415 500 II Shippersu475 frc fi 1- CALYe9CbOiC04iri b Largo Cornmon300 W flexesCotnmon466 lift 570 II Fair good 15ghtfl10 W GG5 lackiug090 f 700- SucxrOOOlI tocltoico250 ft 100- II Common to fair 150 250L- AMIIS Good to choice HM frn 440 II Common to fair200 tar 821 WHEATNO 2 Hod 7- 2CoRNNo2 mixed 58 OATSNO 2 II 37 37i KTENo 2 51 rj 50 FLOUR Winter patent fl40 380 fmlcy300 f QM II 1amily21ri 205 MILL FEED 1700 CJ 1850 NAYN I TimothyhLw rf1ltJm No2 1100 No 1 Clover 1000 rr 1050 No2 DOOfi 9r POULTRV Springers peril 9rr Heavy mans 8 Roosters 4 Turkey lions II 7 =Spring Turkeys rJDUCM O Eons FruHli near by JI II Goose 1 HIDES Wet salted ni nI- I No I dry umit if 10- II Dull rrj CJ G1 II Lambskins 40 r GO TALLOW Prime city Gtr 51 it Country 41 r 4J Wool Unwashed medium combing 16 Q 17 Washed Ion 21 f 22 Tub washed 22 II 2 FEATHERS Geese now nearly white 12 IIgray to avorBfOn Th to Duck colored 35 Chiokon whito no quills 15 Turkey body 12 15 R1 er t LOCAL AND PERSONAL i Dan Breck oj Richmond was in town Monday A T Fish made a business trip to Indiana last week Mrs Frank Maupic of Hamilton 0 is Lore on a visit Chan Burdotto Is attending the Pan ExI at Buffalo Thoro was a baptism at Second Church last Sunday morning Dr McCoy and D N Wclchare taking n trip Into tho mountains Sam Mason attoudod tho Laurel County aiat London last week Mr and Mm S E Welch returned Saturday from a visit to Louisville Tho Boron hank has monoy to loan on approved personal or collateral so curity Mrs Col J T Barnett of Indian apolis loft Monday after a few days visit to Boron C C RhoduH spent Sunday at the homo of Mr and Mrs John Parrish near Poytontown Staple mill Fancy Dry Goods maybe purchased at way down prices of Hick null and Early Oo to tin Bank for your money or ders Tho Cheapest and Safest Mo Ilium of Exchange- Mr Roynolds and family of Liv ingston visited Mr and Mrs Perry Reynolds last week Tho Now Bank is starling out with nn excellent business and no doubt will continuo to prosper Mrs Nurse of Cincinnatti spent Saturday and Sunday with President anti Mrs Frost returning home Monday Bicknoll and Early arc adding New Departments to their business Last week it was Dry Goods this week it is FurnitureDont money by mail but get a money order or draft from the Berea Rank which will insure safety The cost in very small If you am needing Heating Stoves Cooking Stoves or Good Uptodate Furniture at reasonable prices rail on Bickuell and Early Harry Vf Coddington of Lafay ette Indonce a student of Berea writes Tin Citizen U always a wel como visitor In our homo Professor and Mrs Dinsmoro ac companied by Taylor Gnbbtnl and- O orgo Dick left yesterday on an ox tended visit to the mountains Ellas Washburn attended tho G A R Encampment at Cleveland last week and visited his sister Miss Lau ra at Mantua 0RII ho returned liar R R Noel of Stanford commenced special services at Silver Crook Church on Sunday Tho meeting will continuo two weeks Mrs L V Dodge who has been under treatment at tho hospital the past week la much improved an hopes to bo able to be out again in a taw days Died Wednesday 330 B m Susan L daughter of Mr and Mrs R G Ramsey Miss Ramsey has boon sic since last winter from a severe cold contracted then Dr Burgess delivered at Berea Church Sunday night a memorial sermon on Martyred McKinley It was a strong address full of Interest- Ing facts and too not eulogistic of our late President Purity Flour as sold by Bicknoll null Early is a most excellent officio The broad made from Purity Flour retains Ha moisture and sweetness longer than bread made from other brands of flour 0Ernest G Dodge A M left fa Harvard Tuesday morning Mr Dodge will take a special course at Harvard Ho will also bring out a volume of poems which he has in rourso of publication Tho Quarterly College Sermon n Boron Church Sunday morning by President Frost was good to tho us of edifying The subject was Will the text Phil 2 12 13 Read it on another page Married Sept 12th at the homo of tho bride Miss Laura B White of Heron to Mr T L Greene of Cum mingsvillo Ohio Rev II J Derthick ollicintiug Mr and Mrs Green will reside in Cummingavillo Ohio Wo want you for a customer W carefully safeguard the interests of our customers Moreover we may frequently do it unknown to them ns opportunities often coma to us in con lidontial ways Borot Blinking Madison County- It is tho purpose of the Berea Banking Co to deal justly and liberally with all- Another teacher Mrs J T Akers has been added to the Richmond High School About fifty indictments wore nr turned by the Grand Juryfor this term of court A new customer quickly observes and appreciates tho Character of Service he receives at the Berea Bank There will be a memorial service In honor of tho memory of President McKinley in the Christian Church Richmond tonight Mesa J Stone Walker and Walter Bennett of Richmond aro delegates for Madison county to tho National Convention now in session at Buffalo N VThe Collegiate Institute of Rich mond opened for tho Fall Term Monday Col Goo M Edgar of Paris at ono time a professor in the Arkansas University and afterward President of the Florida State Normal school is in charge A public mooting to framo and adopt suitable resolutions on the death of President McKinley was held In the Circuit court room Richmond Saturday at 8 p m Judge T J Scott was chairman and S F Rock of the Register and R Lee Davis of the Climax worechoson secretaries The First Presbyterian Church of Richmond has given an unanimous call to its pastorato to Rev W H Dodgo D D of Jacksonville Fla The editor of tho CITIZEN earnestly hopes Dr Dodge will accept Dr Dodgo was for 27 years pastor of the Presbyterian Church of Jack sonville Fin Richmond will be favored If her Presbyterians secure him For Sale A farm containing 65 acres 25 acres In Grass 25 acres iu Cultivation and 15 acres In Woodland Good Dwelling of 5 rooms now and allother Out Buildings On public road 1 mile from Panola Madison County Ky and Ii milo from Brs8II elllJrico 1000 Address Thomas A Shelton tin Panola Ky A Problem in Arithmetic Boron la not a monoymaking insti tution It Irt tho services of all its teachers charges only an inci dental foo to help for sweeping and warmlnlftho schoolrooms etc feo insures care In any sickness no that you are safer in Berea than at hone And then you must lire at Berea have to eat even if you stay at yourselfIapproved families in Bond or board at coat In College buildings The items are below and should be eepecialyIono months board must bo paid in advance 2 Fuel will be GO cents more in the winter 50 cents lees in the spring 3 Students below A Grammar Incidontaljtl4 Students in A Grammarand boo low have free textbooks 5 Students bring their own bed ding and towels 0 If you get any work to do for tho College you are paid at the end of each month in credits on school expenses 7 They cant lend you money but the Treasurer and every teacher will be your friend- Necessary Expenses for Twelve Weeks School Penotu who bo rj themselves can upctxt M ranch or lllUo u they ehoone on llftun expennm It plrl to have I mile extra money tor Icct rare boon and other thing But the naoenarj expcnwt am onlyTo pay the ant day LADIg School Incidental Fee lIt lloepltal faL Ex 1 Feo 2S 26 pciiK Nootr etc about 2 200 OviicnU Ik l 00 100 loom stove lbleete 2 00 2 60 00tHint Month Hoard 6 00 600 76Ipcutr Laundry MoBoanlbJd 00 S 00 Beginning Sd Mo Board 5 00 6 00 58 76 23 75 Oenl Dcpoalt returned 100 00 Total Kxpenifi 19 Weoka 97 70 57 70 For those below A Grammar deduct the 12 for books and II from Incidental fee mating the totalonlyS547a When lour girls room together rash ova lion room aud 91 or more on fuel making tho total only 8It74- Fuel It M cent more lu Winter tad cents IeelnSprhtglerm Two rooml for housekeeping with town Ill can usually bo rented for from 1 to fI a term The pries of a big calf s lltU tanbark or few homeapou ttedoovari wUlcUcm ckanc onei btlertC0 a DRUNKARDS AWAKENING The Horror That Felt When nil DeliMloBi Are Swept Away An editorial writer In The Banner of Gold Bays The sophistry of the inebriate la very delusive lie Invents numerous excuses to account for bit frequent lapses from sobriety but they dccclvo no one but himself If he Is weak he must have n bracer If he has extra work he must have a stimu lent and If he la In trouble be seeks oblivion or strength to bear It Hut such forgetfulness la fleeting and such strength Imaginary Neither Is of any benefitOne the sweetest delusions of the drinking man Is his strong belief that no ono can tell that ho has been drink Ing lie win assure you with great assumption of superiority that he can stand moro liquor than any two men without showing It when perhaps at the time lie Is talking his language Is rambling and disconnected and his manner Incoherent Such men are a source of constant mortification to their families They do not share the vain delusions they are keenly alive to every Indication of Intoxication and suffer torture because of tho disgrace and humiliation for which they are In no way to blame It the men who Imagine that liquor brightens their Intellects and renders them more brilliant would authorize the attendance of their stenographers and examine a carefully prepared report of some of their conversational achievements they would feel like signing the pledge directly Unfortunately none of these things are realized until the time has gone by when to let liquor alone Is a mere ques tion of volition When a drinking man awakens to a knowledge that total nb stlnpncc Is a social or business neces sity be usually awakens to a realiza tion that liquor has become a physical necessity Henceforth there Is a rapid scattering of delusions The stern con viction that be Is no longer his own master l a a sad revelation to a proud man He reviews the treacherous path that hiss led from the careless social glass of early manhood on down the steep decline to the present time The effort to stop drinking has cleared some of tho mists from his brain It has given him a clear perception of the duties he has shirked the opportunities he has lost and has filled his heart with remorse for the sorrow be baa caused DRINK AND THE BRAIN Meet of Former oa Latter From a Medical Standpoint Dr Clonston of Edinburgh asylum Scotland writes to The Health Monthly I am safe in saying that no man indulges for ten years continuously even though be was never drunk In all that time without being psychologically changed for the worse and if the habit goes on after 40 years the change is apt to be faster and more decided We see it In our friends and we know what the end will be but we cannot lay hold of anything in particular Their fortune and works suffer and yet we dare not say they are drunk aro for they are not It all depends on the original In berent strength of the brain how long the downward course takes Usually some Internment disease or tissue degeneration cuts off tho man before bo has a chance of getting old I have seen such a man simply pass Into senile dementia before be was an old tuna from mild respectable alcoholic excess without any alcoholism or pre liminary outburst at all I am sure L have seen strong brains in our profession at the bar and In business break down from chronic al coholic excess without their owners ever having been onco drunk Outlook For Ttnaperaaoe Bright- F 8 Spence tho well known Cana dian temperance advocate says In tbo Toronto Globe There is reason and need for more not less of enthusiasm for a cause that never had a brighter outlook No other reform movement ever won In the same time tho triumphs that tho temperance movement has achieved If such results have been se cured during a short half century In the face of tremendous opposition by agencies that at first were few and fee ble what may we hope to accomplish in tho near future with the many and mighty agencies now on our sldo and with tho strong and growing moral conviction of a nation steadily array ing Itself against a traffic that will yet bo made as unlawful as It is undent eouL Help the Drunkard You stand before tho cross of the Lord Jett Christ and you say and you think you mean It too What shall I renter unto thee for all thy ben efits toward me And the Lord says There Is a poor drunkard Help him and that will be thanking me And you wont help him even in tho giving up of your glass that ho may thereby be encouraged and strengthened through your example It wont do Christian brother It wont doW S Uppselbartb Education Needful The Rev T L Cuyler D D says that temperance success during the new century will depend largely on educating and Influencing people not to use Intoxicants and that pulpits parents and schools Sunday and secu lar must do most of this education A Danveroai Delation Nonalcoholic physicians consider the supporting and strengthening prop erties of alcohol to be simply delusions and very dangerous delusions as they often lead to the death of patients who might survive were other method of tsrtalwtildi RELIGIOUS THOUGHT Gem Gleaned From tbeTeteklaga of All Denomination We Influence people according to what we arrnev Henry Gardner Presbyterian St Filth In the future multiplies the meaning of the presentItev Dr J C Armstrong Baptist St Louis Inefficiency of Doubt Doubt never built a cathedral or erected n hospital Rev Charles M Sheldon Congregationalist Topeka Happiness Hnpplncps depends more upon what n man Is than what ho haLRev Dr D C HoBsack Presbyterian St Louts Different and Better When Almighty God tells us that we are adopted sons heirs of heaven It makes us hopeful of a different life Rev Father Boardman Catholic San Francisco- Do Today Datle Life Is full of opportunity But op portunity la limited The duties of today cannot be done tomorrowRev- Dr Polemus H Swift Methodist Chi cago Tolerance Form Is nothing the spirit Is every thing The world Is wide enough for every kind of opinion that was ever honestly held Rev Dr George H Hepworth Congregationalist New York Vie Your Intellect God Is honored in the man who uses his Intellect Its a stigma upon Chris tianity to assume that Ignorance Is es sential or conducive to the glory of GodRev Dr Cortland Myers Bap tist Brooklyn Ineffectual Force You cannot force men at the can nons mouth to worship In these day of liberal thought you cannot drive ilea and women Ino your sanctuaries Rev Dr Charles H Eaton Univer salist New York God r In Nature What Is nature but the grandest and most Inspiring of all Gods temples What are Its works but the truest rev elations of God to man aye the only ones ever revealed Rev Dr Joseph Krauskopf Hebrew Philadelphia Dead Indeed That man must be far gone In hardness Indeed Indifferent to all that to noble dead to the subllmest exhibition of self sacrifice and devotion the world has ever seen if bo can think of Cal vary without the tribute of a tear Rev It F Coyle Presbyterian Denver lUau ItlBhect Prerogative The highest prerogative of man la liberty God gave him this and implanted the eplrx ct freedom In his nature When roan once fully realizes this he is willing to surer persecution exile death rather than yield this God given prerogative S E Bl1t man Lutheran Philadelphia Vnue of Thoughts aad Deed It la well enough to have good thoughts but indispensable to have a good tongue Generous sentiments are useless unless they provoke generous deeds Kind thoughts for the widow and orphan arc In vain unless their dis tresses are relieved Rev George 0 Lorimer Baptist Boston Cowardice Ono of the great troubles of the age in which wo live is that we have not the moral force to make men settle The very best people in the community permit all sorts of vandalism to be perpetrated with nothing more than a Ut tic fable whisper of remonstrance Rev Dr Charles Frederic Goes Pros byterian Cincinnati Wasted Force Business has turned the waters of Niagara to practical uses without destroying the beauty of its leaping waters When will the prophet arise with enthusiasm and genius enough to con centrate and lead the wasting lntel lectual and moral forces of this age Into channels of highest usefulness Rev n A White Unlversallit Chi cago Dow to Live Be aristocratic In thought to think the best things be aristocratic In man neroto do the best things bo aristo cratic In speech to speak the best things but be democratic in sympa thies love every fellow man no mat ter how humble and be democratic in your services Grasp every opportunity to assist your fellows Rev Dr Percy Stlckucy Grant Episcopalian New York No Ret Without Peace There Is more to rest than mere physical rebuilding There is no rest with out pence of soul Every luxury that wealth can bring every pleasure that amusements can iestow cannot bring rest without peace Nature herself Is powerless to tlng strength to tired souls without peace There is no rest where conscience la not at peace Rev R DP Bennett Presbyterian Germantown Pa The IllKheat Love The true Christian spirit U founded on love The fundamental motive of the now dispensation is love of God and love of man Outside of that to the holy eucharist there Is no devotion more life giving than the devotion to the sacred heart that heart which U the source of the precious blood which redeemed us on the cross the blood of the Saviour Rev J J Sullivan Cath olic San Francisco A Crowning and RvdeemtBa Grace It Is no exaggeration to say that obedience is the crowning grace of a fol lower of Jesus Christ It is the essence the very core of personal holiness To learn the will of our divIne Muter Is the chief purpose of Bible study and of truo prayer To do the will of that Master Is the loftiest attainment to which any child of redeeming grace can aspire this side of heaven Bey Theodore L Cuyler Presbyterlaa a THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON XII THIRD QUARTER INTERINATIONAL SERIES SEPT 22 Tmt of the JLeicon PrOTo mil 2033 Memory Verio 2031 Golden Text hoT ESt Comtneatarr Prepared lIT the RT D M StearniI- CowrUbt 1M1 br American Press AziocUtton 28 Who hath woo Who hath sorrow 7 Who bath contentions Who hath bob bUng Who hath wounds without cause Who hath redness of eyes The committee have again asked us to medi tate upon this familiar portion as a temperance losioa which Is certainly a bet ter selection for such a lesson than the story of the new earth which they suggested as a temperance topic last quarter The only cure for Intemperance which Is self Indulgence la to be found In self con trol which can be accomplished In ui only by the Lord Jeaua Christ who Is able to subdue all things unto Himself 1ulL ill 21 In this lesson as In all lessons on aIn we may see not only the sinner but the sinners substitute Him who though He knew ao ale yet was made gin forIu II Cor T 21 We know that drunkards and also some other alnnora are apt to have quite a full share of the six forma of suffering here enumerated and DO oae can deliver but He who was a man of sorrow and acquainted with grief who patleatly endured the con tentions and babblings of His enemies who was wounded for our transgressions and who after His weeping la Geth aemane must also have had redness of eyes See Him 0 alnner as the one who loves you u you were never loved by even father or mother or dearest on earth great aa their love may have been for He suffered before God for your elss and offers you full salvation from tho consequences of your sins and delivers aace from the power of them If you will only receive Him Iaa r 6 Hob v 7 I Then L 10 Math L 21 I John L 0 Jude 24 30 They that tarry long at the wine they that go to seek mixed wine Theso are the people who experience the sor rows of verse 29 but let wino suggest all the pleasures this world can offer and they are very many of their kind A great king tried them all and found them all vanity and vexation of spirit Beet U 111 and what can the man do that cometh after the king But see what the same king leaned to say Thy love U better than wine We will be glad and rejoice In Thee We will remember Thy love more than wine Song L 2 4 31 Look not thou upon the wino when It 1s red when It giveth his color la the cup when It moveth Itself aright Commands to an unsaved person to do right are only provoking for all his na ture Is against the right the carnal mind Is enmity against God la not subject to ills law and cannot be Rom vlll 7 God gave BO law to Israel till He had redeemed them from Egypt The one only thing He asks the sinner to do Is to accept His salvation receive His Son Then and only then does lIe give com wanda to be obeyed Notice In verses 15 and 20 and so often IB this book the corn mand la to My BOB and we are not- Ions of God till we receive His Son as our Saviour John I 12 I John T 12 Having become children of God and par taken of the divine nature H Pet L 4 we are to let Him possess our whole be lag look through our eyes hear with our ears work with our hands walk with oar feet speak by our mouths In this way He will not look where He should aot aad when tempted we must like taking Simon cry Lord save mel 82 At the last It blteth like a serpent and atlngcth like an adder There Is a last of all things sinful they come to an end and then there Is the eternal reaping Those who sow to tho flesh reap corrup tion aad those who sow the wind reap the whirlwiad Gal rL 8 HOI vlll 7 There may come a time when Prey L 2481 shall be the experience of many when because they would not listen to God they shall call but He will not an ewer aid finally they shall have to hear Him say Depart from Me ye cursed into everlasting fire prepared for the dove U and his angels Math xxv 41 lathe case of those who are redeemed by His precious blood la whom He has come to live the last oa earth U only a step to j greater glory to die la gain to depart and be with Christ te very far better Phil L 2123 t 83 Thine eyes shall behold strange women and this heart shall utter per verse thlags Woman represents the worst u well aa the best In Scripture The true church U the bride of Christ and Is espoused as a chaste virgut to Christ while the false church la com pared to a harlot BeT xix and nil and II Cor xi 2 If drunken with wine j we behold the evil but It filled with tho Spirit we shall see Jesus only Eph v 18 The heart is the great center from which evil or good proceeds See In this chapter versea 16 17 19 and thea verse 20 u the only way to be right 84 Yea thou ahalt be as he that Heth down In the midst of the sea or aa he that Heth upon the top of a mast This certainly suggests the raying of David Truly as the Lord Uveth and as thy soul llveth there Is but a step between me and death I Sam XT 8 Inasmuch as life In this mortal body Is so uncer tale how foolish It Is to continue a moment longer In sin when God Is beseech lag us to be reconciled to Him and to accept the redemption which lie has tally provided and which He bestows so freely lea I 18 Math xL 28 II Cor v 20 Rom Ill 24 The God In whose hand our breath is and whose are all our ways Dan T 23 la very gracious He b glow to anger and not wllllag that any should perish II Pet ill 0 but He will by BO means clear tho guilty unless they accept Him 8R They have stricken me I was not sick they have beaten me I felt It not Whonshall I awake I will seek It yet again Just u before the deluge so low Imagination of the thoughts of tho heart of matt la only evil continually Gen vi 5 They regard not the work of the Lord neither consider the opera don of His hands Ia v12 They become dead or ladtfferent to all the Lords pleadings and their one thought is how to gratify their desires A father has been kaowa to become so inhuman as to take his children clothing with whichcto obtain that which his cravings desired A mother may forget nature may fail Man left to himself is only a beast Pa xlix 12 and often worse than many his great thought ls himself and how to grab ify himself When Christ takes posses doe of a heart He who when on earth pleased not Himself mom xv 3 will live again IB that soul Ills own life making the person more aid more lIke mmle1t antic they awake In lib ukeaee tU tabs r u ll 4 i THE CITIZENBEREA KYSEPTEMBER 19 1901r IThe Nations Dead The body of Our Murdered Presi dent lay in state at Washington Monday night and Tuesday It was then taken to his home in Canton 0 The burial is today In compliance with President Roosovelts proclamation Memorial Services will bo hold in tho College Chapel this morning at 1045 The following addresses will be deliverd Biography of resident McKinley Prof A D Weeks Meaning of his life Prof L V Dodge Meaning of Isis DeathProf SC Mason Appropriate musico will be rendered All the people of Berea are in vited to lay aside their ordinary vocations close places of business and join with their bereaved country men in paying respect to the honored dead Accident to Brother Teeters Our old friend J C Teeters has been delayed in his departure for Idaho by a serious on the railroad Bro Teeters was on a cat tie train en route to Chicago J Through a rupture in tho air attachments the brakes were suddenly sot on the rear of tho train causing it to break in the middle a car in which 3 Brother Teeters was was broken in two and he was buried under the wreck It will likely be some time before he can go to his Western home Miss Frances Booth Burned to Death The news reaches Borea that on Monday last Miss Frances Booth who has been n teacher in this Institution for the past two years herri2 oclock in the morning Her sister vns awakened bv the smell of smoke was found Miss Booths door locked A brother forced the door and found his sister in flames She was at once taken to a neighboring house and lingered until three oclock in the t afternoon Tho residence was burn ed to the ground Tho origin of the fire is entirely unknown Miss Booth was twenty of age a graduate of Alma College she had taught in Berea ears nnd a very largo circle of friends will be shocked and grieved by this sad event f a i A handfull of glasses will not help your eyesight If you wear them allj unless your vision has been properly tested and the right lensjf Itted That Is Just where the skill of an opticlancomes to your aid If I test your eyes you will be sure of getting the right glass es and will have pleasure and satisfaction In wearing them EXAMINATION FREE T A ROBINSON Welch Block Berea Ky IEXPERIENCE lgi TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS ftD Anon tending a sketch and description mer our no an Invention Is probably tutentabln rnrumunie tkneetrletlfconedeal al Handbook on Patent eat fre ones acenrr fjrrornrlne uaienu latent tutee t rouab Jlunu A Co receive fjxrfol iutlci triilioot charge la lUa Sc e t n American Ahandsomclr rated weekly Jjirccst cir culation nf nclontlfle Journal Terms eartfour a montbslL Sold br all newgdealen MUNN 3BIDroadway branch OfflXr trpo FL Waablnatonlt FOR SALE eraintr Two Fine- Kitchen Cabinets 12 EACH At COLLEGE SHOP Correspondence 1 Jackson County Kirby Knob Mr Robt little lost a cow and Mr Robt Click a mule last week Several of our neighbors will attend the associations at Blanton Flat and Panola Miss Martha Click will go to Me Kea next week to visit with Miss Mnry Baker Mr and Mrs Henry McGuire came front Rockcastlo to attend church on Saturday and Sunday Mr Barker of Travelers Rest passed through here on his way to Bercn where his two daughters will attendschool Breathitt County Athol Smallpox reported at Oakdalo Born to Mr and Mrs G Hensley a fine boy Tho young child of Mr and Mrs Ned Stamper died Friday The people are very much shocked over the death of tho President Uncle Peter McIntosh one of the first settlers in this section died a few days ago A number of boys from this section of the country started a few days ago to Berea to enter school Mrs Crawford who is keeping hotel at this place is planning to move to Berea this winter to send her children to school Wolfe County CamptonI Tho school here under tho loading of Mr Palmeter is progressing finolyI Thomas Baily our Jeweler and Optician has laid in a full stock of waresOur aro looking forward to a visit from Prof J W Dinsmore and his workers from Berea Hon John Coffee Republican can didate for State Senator was here last week in the interests of his candi dacy Roy G M Center of Hazel Green preached to a large and attentive au dionco at the Baptist church Sunday nightThe Missionary Baptist association convened here last Saturday and Sunday with a well ministered repre sentationS Bailey and his two daughters Misses Eva and Anna of Meni fee were the guests of Tom Bailey Saturday and Sunday Circuit Court convened here the 6th Judge Redwine on the Bench and a large number of visiting at torneys attending Rockcastle County Conway Uncle James Dobbs is very ill Born to Mr and Mrs Walker Croucher a fine boy Mm Laura Jones is recovering from a serious illness James Gatliff who was seriously wounded recently is recovering- D W Burnett and daughter of Orlando are visiting friends on Clear CreekEOwenspf Knox county is visiting his daughter and soninlaw Mrs and Mr Frank Blazer Dispatanta C I Ogg of Berea visited friends here Sunday- J E McGuiro visited friends on Crooked Creek last week T J Cress of Wayne county was hero pst week on business Mr and Mrs G L Wren of Con way visited friends here last Sunday I L Martin and Robert Shearer visited friends in Madison county SundayMrs AT Abnoy attended the burial of Miss Julia Abnoy Monday Sept 9 on Brush Creek Miss Mary Owens went to Berea last Wednesday to tako medical KELLOGG WITHENBDRY Wholesale Grocers Irvine St Richmond Ky r A full line of Staple Groceries carried at all if times Mail and Phone Orders receive prompt shipment It 0 treatment under Dr Davis Sherman Chasteen of Crooked Creek passed through here last week on his way toDcrea to enter scboolc Owsley CountyIUnbbnrd Born to Mr and Mrs W O Gab bard a fine boyIThe potato crop is not as good as it was last year by 25 per cent Miss Fannie Moore was visiting Misa Dora Moore Saturday and Sun dayRiley Amex and wife of Jackson county visited relatives hero last weekPrice Moore and his sister Dora visited relatives in Jackson county last week Tho corn crop will be about RO or 60 per cent ofau average crop in this CountyIJohn Baker of Buffalo passed through here Tuesday on his way toICow Crock Gilbert Reynolds of Truer JackI son county visited relatives at this place last week Mrs Rebecca Gabbard wife ofI Henry Gabbard Sr died Sunday morning of heart disease A C Gabbanl of Boonvillo visited his soninlaw R W Mintor at this place Monday and Tuesday The Republicans of this county will nominate a man for County Judge on the 1lth of this montbI Mr and Mrs Robt Wilson of Jackson county visited relatives at this place Saturday and Sunday W B Gabbard is out electioneer ing this week He is a candidate for the nomination of County Judge Mr and Mrs W T lasses and son Gatfroy of Egypt Jackson county visited relatives at this place last week Repair That Loom I Homespun is coming into fashion again and our girls should keep up the art of spinning Berea College- is finding a market for the products- of fireside industry which may bring education and comfort to many homesWe can pay for wellwoven linen 40 cents a yard jeans 60 cents linsey f0 cents wellmatched bed coverlets M to 6 Patent dyes not accepted oldfashioned indigo preferred For information address JOSEPHINE A ROBINSON Homespun Exchange Berea Ky SalailyY9JJ lien and women of good address to represent ui some to travel appointing agents other for local work looking alter our Intcrcsti fee J salary guaranteed yearly extra oommlnioni expenses rapid advancement old etUbllsbcd house Grand chance for earnest man or woman to iccuro pleasant permanent position and liber al Income Now brilliant lines Write at once STAFFORD PRESS 83 Church St New UstTcn Conn THE HOME BEEKEEPING An Occupation For Women In Which There la Profit Bees did you sayt I see again in memory my grandmothers house in the country long ago Outside tho windows of the big room where we- girls slept was a porch its pillars covered with honeysuckle vines so thick you could not sea the all In tho early summer tbousandsI of blossoms opened and poured upon the air sweetest richest fragrance I used to lie on my bed of summer mornings those odors of paradise floating over me listening to the bzZz wzzz htnmm of bee humming bird and bumblebee that haunted those honey blossoms I was lis tening to the groat mysterious keynote of the universe tho note of Industry and harmony of perseverance of a skill the finest and most delicate that mind of man can conceive Can women earn money at beekeeping I rather think my grandmother earned money at it Even with the primitive methods in vogue in those days every year she sold great jars of honey and mounds of beeswax besides supplying her 11 children and her numerous grand children with all the sweet ambrosia they could eat and they were no slow She had the temperament ofI the natural beekeeper strong and gentle She was a master hand with boos While they stung herI snappy tempered little husband aiI most whenever he went near them it was the rarest for thorn to trouble her She was a bee queen that grandmothercould do anything she liked with the insects I learned then an important lesson in keeping bees which was that they are not apt to sting a calm good tempered per son who is not afraid of them Wild flowers are not BO abundant now in the older parts of tho country as they used to be and in these local ities it is necessary to plant buck wheat and white clover in fields and patches for the boos to store honey from White clover honoy is very fair and delicate Buckwheat honoy is dark and rich with a spicy flavor which some persons do not like but which those who do like it consider unsurpassed The red clover blossom our bees cannot tot their tongues into though it is claimed that the giant boo of the orient which our agricultural department proposes to import from the Philippines is no long tongued that it ran lap tho sweets oven from red clover At present these sweets ore monopolized- by the bumblebee In California the abundant wild sage furnishes the ex quisitely perfumed white honoy RO prised in eastern markets The industry Is one especially adapted to women I know of a young lady in a section of country not particularly favorable who Is pay lug her way through collefeo off the proceeds of her apiary She is fortu nate enough to have mechanical ta- llent BO that aha can make her own hives which Is a saving What should a woman do who wishes to go into beekeeping First let her consider whether there is nearby a sufficient market for her product next whether transportation IB not so expensive that it will eat up all her profits then if she knows nothing of the business let her got a reliable book on beekeeping It and its advertising pages will tell her all that is necessary for her to know and intelligence and perseverance will do the rest Good luck to horn JANE STORY 1WAiTEOCpable reliable potion In every county to represent large company of solid flnan del reputation fXtt salary per year payable weekly H per day absolutely sure and all expen ses straight bonafldc definite eatery no com mission salary paid each Saturday and expenra money advanced each week STANDARD HOUBXM DIARBOBN ST CHICAGO BEREA COLLEGE csed Places the Best Education in Reach of All- Over 30 Teachers 800 Students hem 2O States Largest College Library In Kentucky NO SALOONS Trade Schools Carpentry Printing Housework Nursing two years Model SchoolsGeneral Education and fitting for advanced courses For those tufflcienlty advanced to get a teacher 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 for life MusicReed Organ Choral free Vocal Piano Theory We are here to all who will help themselves toward a Christian education Our Instruction is a free gift Students pay a small incidental fee to meet expenses of the school apart from instruction and must also pay for board in advance Expenses for term 12 weeks may be brought within- fUOO about IU to be paid in The school is endorsed Baptista Congregationalist Disciples Method Isis Presbyterians and good people all denominations For information and friendly advice address the Secretary W 01 QAMPLJC Bore M4U m Ole Ky f THE SCHOOL Rifled by 3 WIHnni ro Dean ot the Nor mIl Department lleren Colleg- eSEPTEMBER How do you del I welcome you backas cordially tend hopefully as I said Goodbye last Juno I will not ask you if you fool like school I will not ask if you aro not glad to como back again boctiUHo wo all know that th wo aro conventional questions propounded by regular educators because it is considered the proper thing to say But wo make no claim to convention or to a goodygoody state of mind when we talk together on this pogo Wo all know it is perfectly natural and right to lovo tho joy and freedom of Gods outdoors and to have profer rod tho special delights of a free life in September to coming again within four walls But that dos not mean that we shall not nil tin our duty well andcheerfully now that wo nro onco again with the children Do not forgot that they too would have loved to play longer and have revolt ed in tho unfettered lifo with other young thing in field aud wood tho best thing to do now is to comfort each other get acquainted with each other null thus establish n loom pall ionship that could not have been brought about in any other way luftteadof trying to gut over tho va cation fe lng lot us try to cherish as long as wo can thou SoptoinlMsr suit October beauties will find their way into the schoolroom as n part of the regular school work THE CRICKET Have you planned to imprison n few crickets this fall in a glass jltI with plenty of grassy sod and watch their habits It is really feasible to do this in school and a pleasure to see them climb tho green gram spears for their meals Thou an occasional XH p will electrify tho children Stop work a second and smilo your sympathy with their plea uro and then goon with your work without a word to break tho spoil Words often spoil tho koonont plcniuiro Then do find some way to show tho pupils how the cricketHong made Look at tho delicate songproducing machinery first yourself throughI powerful miscroco o if one to ho found and you will not need any urging to tell tho children shout it it will tell itself By and by tho poejm will grow fainter suit then stop why and by and by after you have replaced tho sod a few times fatter thoy havo onion all tho gross there will bo no crickets in tight unless you happen to have some young wingless ones who will live overi Then some day later in tho season you will go with tho children to open the jar and sot them free down by some warm water pipe where thoy may cosy down for winter quarters and perhaps you will not see any Why Thor have lived their lifo and become a part of tho sod At least that was my experience year If yours is different tell us about it But dont forget to tell tho children that the crickets ear is in his leg When they ask why ask them why not Tho locale of tho ear is a matter of species Always remember that tho teacher doesnt have to know the answers to all the questions that silo asks or that are asked her in nature study It is not an information subject but for mutual observation and teacher and children all learn together and tho children usually lead Yet tho con clusion of tho whole matter must be tho feeling of brotherhood for every live thing in tho universe as part of the plan of the creation andas in tho case of the cheery little cricket there should remain a fooling of ro spect for tho wonderful way ho is made and for his right to live then every child will raise his foot and go out of his way rather than to harm ono in tho slightest tjegreo Primary Education THE FARM KdltedbyB C Anon 1rufcHor ol Horti culture here College EVERYBODYS GARDEI rSPINACH Tho Winter season is generally so barren of any green reg otablos other than greenhouse products that anything in that lino which can bo easily and cheaply grown always lade a ready market at remun prices Spinach being essen tially a coldwoather plant moots all those conditions and the culture IB BO cheap and easy that It should not be omitted either from the homo or mar ket garden It is used entirely in the cooked stato for greens and is excelled by no other vegetable for that purpose Tho culture Is vory simple and for Wlntor or early Spring use tho seed should be sown during the month of September for localities north of Philadelphia and south of there it may be sown then or even later South of the above locality it will require no protection but in the North a slight protection of straw leaves or other litter is essential It may lw cut at any time when the depth of snow will permit and when frozen should bo covered with cold water for a few minutes to draw out the frost before cooking In preparing for market all yellow pr other wise imperfect loaves should be re moved washing if necessary and marketing in bushel baskets or if shipped it should bo packed in bar ruts Tho ground should be vory rich in fact there in little danger of overdoing that part of the work and if possible it should be plowed some llltlo time before tho seed is sown BO that tho wool soul near the surface will have timo to sprout and be killed by culture For Winter or early Spring use it lit preferable either IB Htnall gardens or for market purposes to broadcast the steilat the ratn of 10 to 12 pounds to tho acre Spring seeding may be done either in drill or broadcast some prefer however tho drilling ono foot apart that the weeds may bo kept down by cultivation and thinning may begin when tho leaves are an inch wide taking tho larger plants of course For Spring and Summer use tho variety known M Long Standing in tho most desirable as it continues growing much longer than other varieties before tho need stalks appear which render it unfit for use Tho Long- Standing Prickly is also desirable on this account and is a heavy cropper The Savoy Leaved Broad Flanders Victoria and Prickly Winter are all valuable Winter sorts As a moneys crop spinach in very is also useful as a cover cropRural NewYorkerLIME AND ITS USES Limo in ono of tho essential ole ments of plant food which must be in tho soil to enable any plant to grow But for all the purposes of plant food many of our arable soils contain aa almost inoxhauntable supply Butt limo has been found to have value ia tho soil aside from its use by the plant as loot direct Tho chief of those uses in a soil well stored with decomposing vegetable matter is in promoting tho growth of the nitric ferment organisms that change parts of this organic matter into nitrates and thus make the nitrogen or organ ic matter available an food for plants Limo also corrects injurious acidity In soils aids in the breaking up of insoluble compounds of potash thus rendering that base available to complete tho work of the nitric ferments and has an important mechanical effect in tho soil making a clay soil more mellow and a one more compact On lands cultivated in trucking crops and heavily fertil ized and uont green manure crops buried in it an occasional lim ing has a very beneficial effect This will bo particularly noticeable on tho cabbage crop shell marl will to sonic extent have the same action tho insoluble lorm of tho limo aa it exists in tho marl renders its action loss marked and immediate than that of freshly waterslaked limo Truck ing in the South No More Vermin and its Attending Bulls Our Peerless Poultry and Animal Fumigator will positively rid fowls and animals of lice and germs of every kind It is worth many times its price 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