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Rev JOHN IIOUIVILI Manager Slr1 MHnof Ldnr ludur rpondrul- ANru p eons N Wrn nwnI q0 iIll u IdIII A Tonsil Paper I4KHKA II VI kLNICKV1IIU 1ODAY NOYKMBKIt 2 1W Fifty cents a year NI 2 IDEAS Amity is hitter than animosity NnM TIlt klINIIIhook in tin world TIIOJUS HUXIII- YMoasuios of reciprocity no bettor tluiii measures of rutuliiitioii WM first then courngo then liniiiiK lust nil trr liutt irn uhtrK- oOSKVKlT You ulnytalk through tho Bible WilliUIIagainst tilt light HOOSKVKIT TAKE NOTICEIPresident Frost nt Thomas Srhoolhoiino two miles from Imiolii on Saturdiiy night nt early lamp light at Uod lull Suhoolhoiise Iaiinlii Sundny morning at oclock and tit Speedtvsll iunday afternoon ut 2k1 p in iviMiic TIIt61 IHTNS vii iur II Itev Harding H Hogau will preach nt lirodhoml at Martin oVIiKik in tho evening Saturday Nov M at lIickI orv Iroro ut ten o clock in he iiinrn ing Sundny IW Iand at Con way at Oonway at two oclock in the evening DlM 111111011 IIA- VThumday Nov 28 Thanksgiving day Ironching at 10 am in Heron Church IIOIINO Ity Hev Chun llerron of Troy O Irniso Meeting following Lot ut all meet together and givu thank to tho iiver ofall iood FROM THE WIDE WORLD It proNHed to construct tunnol under lilt Irish Ihannol from Slot land to Ireland Tim tunnel will lit Ulllllh101iH TIlt now ICnglish iiin boiring tho head of King dward VII will short ly Iw rondy Ion circulation Because of the enormous prod no lion of nloohol ill Kraico tilt Ministor nf Agriculture hits otTon d a miriiM of pnzoN fur any kind of apparatus or machinery that will op n tho way fords groator 001111111 pliollI IN OUR OWN COUNTRY 1hH Inu lIIl1riollll ltN141Iion os11I nd Nov 2 at midnight whoa President luau U Milburn prensiil nil electric button oral the lights in tho electric towel grew dim fur the last lilllllIThe Agricultural Depnrtmont nt Washington hiss just isMssINt HH esti Sluts of tho yetrs corn crop 11IiIiKI total yield in sill tho IWiUiOOO bush ls Of this NV braskn produced ldli7XJ bushels or more than oiiotenth of the entire rrupIt is said that Ire ident Hoosevolt will urge thin immediato provision ho mado for u Pacific cibl to this Phil ippines and touching at Hawaii Guam President Itoosovolt has caused to le given out nt tIlr Dopnrtment nn ollicial dlcII ratio which stntes that olHcerH who nond their friends to thu resident to present their claims for promotion iril not improve their chances COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Inez Mnriin County haM been without mnnicipnl officers sluice elec lion nnd will continue to bo until January IDOJ Adjt Jen D H Murray who lush hull in Mndisonvjllo lately looking into lit mining troubles Thurmlny attentions telephoned the Governor recommending thnt troops ngain bo sent to Hopkins County Tho situa tion is serious TIlt Georgetown nnd Lexington Traction Company is preparing to begin n survey for an oloctrio line to Paris from Lexington AH bids for the construction of till publio library in Covington worn re jected by till trustees nt thou meeting Friday evening All till bids wero too high TIll trnnteoh will not cuss tract for worn than f7fiOOO At II oclock Friday night nt Louisville L Lonignrts canning factory stud contents hunted loss 22111 No insurance Former Governor W O Mradloy reported to tho Lonisvillo detectives that ho lied missod a fN diamond ring from IIIN npartmunta and fsuri it ball brill rule THE CITIZEN TOOLS A young nuns desiring to do cur penter work must first havo a kil of tools Wo will IIHSUIIIO that he hns a few dollars lull an earnest desire to 11fII meehanifidIWOril The best thing ho can ell is to come to Huron and tako thu Carpenters Tra o Course as Isis tools are furnished by the College and his money may ho used to pity his hchool f1IIIcI hoard if tibia and industrious ho ruts learn a largo port of his oxpeiiM- whilo attending classes If for ant reason it is impossible to do this it is the purpose of tIlIIpllrH to glee tho best possible instruction in our pentry teaching Urn construction of the various joints that nro used in uiio- ifoiin or another in making very thing known to carpentry toIlanruswtnnol ccuiiM to Heren will need a few tuolIIlIeI Iwill try to toll him how to npond his moons to the host advantngo First and hint do not bo deceived in buying cheap tats A poor t Mil iII poor thing indee nnd nlxivo nil tilings do not buyuur oft hi isr touts udveilihid as Youths lad Chisl nnd Handy Carpenters lid etc these tools ore uoole s why they should purchased oven for children ivinnot understand ns the money is simply thrown away Itelow HiIII kit of tools thnt in indispoimnblo and which can bo pur chased from nny dealer at about the priuiH quotes quutm the prices of thus letit makes only Jl61IUulJtt hi out iM mafI- A InHh lo lh liHii 51 110 unl MIMr- edlvk1dIhlo NhIbIrlb rit11 on 4f JI p1i Rili 1I118 fhi l tdvuh4r One S In fur I in tel Thus nro tht most o sontial tools lo iMgin with nnd it is niirpriHing to seo how tunny kinds of work can be dons with thorn Iwill now give mother list that nosy 110 nddexl to tilt about nnd will with tilt lirst list furnish enough lo N to do nnythng iu common work Klputw III UM Win 1176 l h plane lUUtfft Iran tln ryMnNrr MI iIyv 9- 17IHIkvN lr- IYuspas In D U 111t Wl JrUlllWC y It It rbwI NIrsklr FhA1 lIilIIa IsuO Issnv ill teeth Jllfi ill till tf There urn many other tools that nro convenient and ntcessary for econom ical work but the shore lists com prise this indispensnble tools in a carpenters kit It is quits possible to buy 1001of loss expensive finish nnd if iniulo by reliable makers will usually quite Hut isfnrtorily Ior i 11II1IrI PlltIfIIlcolil1K ho purchased for shout 2fctn less A jointer is used for milking joints in tnblo tops etc tho panel snw is for fine work Mid the block is used for pinning across Ih plallI wood In purchasing saws hiss n saw that is too hard u No S is nliout right us tho tooth ofit hnrd sew will break in sitting Thl U Iht nnnl ill vrtvnl psrf hr Mr lhi KIIIC of lloivx 1ollx e upon nor IfKrlilui nchsnle Tlir nell papa will Its Him Mkr 1hd Tool IW Tis tnnd Matsui Anything that interests n doyen peoplo Nothing would not ho glad to havw my dnughtor road For iUI years and mow the Arll lington tilnMHI Advoonto has printed with unfailing regularity every week them matter for each issue boiug prepared with the nbovo mottoes escort in mind The wlitor who for thirty years has followed thou above course in n public bonolactor IIlIdRR strong a force for true righteousness as any ministor of thu gospel ordnined or unordnined Blmll and studyunr clubbing odor with The Weekly Inter Ocean Tnkw advnntage nnd wecuro n life ofI MoKinloy that in rrhablr stud at rrallrut WILLIAM McKINLEY III IU unl Vnrk Ill llu AIsnertNt- Iu611hO1 tsnrIlnl We hats mull clubbing nrrango IIlUIMII papur ours of o55s of lllll best nielllOrinl volts tiles issued eontHining the lifor our late lnmont d President William MuKin buy 1Tile writer of the IHIIIH wan u lifts long IrillItiof Inn a comrade in arum his iiKHnciato in Congress WItH by his ide before he closed his eyes in dnth sod nttende l thn flinoral ubss Ilul liiitraln Washington and Canton Oliin The Inter Ocean hiss secured this work which IIlIlkII gad sicsl octn vo volume tijxlllj inches containing noHrlv pngesof mutter Hiirl finely iii lust rated with ncnrly JK copper pinto pictures Hl printed nth the bol book piipor and bound in moit sub ntnntiiil manner in a finely illustrated rush1MSr11Inwut of loth- AH Minted above we livid several memorial volumes presented to us tinil made the selection of this one fniin iHilI irs lit It ill the dele mimition of this paper to give itst readers th host the market affords We have made arrangements with The Inter Ocean to club the sntne wilhour piipor and the volume can Is secured hollr readers in addition to the clubbing inte at the nominal price of 7fi conts and 22 conts addi tional for stH o The volume will soil in any bookstore roo lily for SlfiU a copy us your order at once before ISUlld is exhausted NEW LYCEUM COURSE That tIWItH nf UK IITUBN mny know that n Lyceum Course is being provided for tho poople of Bo ron and vicinity as in revent yours the names nud dates of ontortainors uro given thus early in tIImr It will bo observed that four of thus live coniodurmg tilt winter term nnd the other vorv onrly in the spring term All but one aro now to this placo stud no aHlogy is needed for opening thus cou 111 withso charming an ontor taiuer as Mrs Boeolior sights hove boon socurod which do not conflict with other important gnthoringH It is hoped bust our friends will avoid milking other appointments for those dntos The following is the schodulo Silt Doc II Mrs Isabel Gnrghill BttMhor Sat Jan 11 lion Win II San dors Moss Fob 10 Miss Katharine EgKhljloli WH Feb2f Reno U Wellwurn Sat Mar 22 lialph Iurlutto Tho first of thus above though Sol in voice when hero before wss adjudged one of thus nosh entertain lug readers who over visited Bore The necond is recommended as giving a torture full of grand tiiought nnd delivered with wonderful olo qiiLMice raptivatosburgained n repiitntion for his discoveries in wile popularillltetratious Tho fifth is n humorist of humoriHtH HIH lectures contain nuggets of tho solid gold of practical wisdom but they npurklo with wit and fun and lJutorIcents and 60 cents L V DotxiE 1 Fill = t FREE Now is the Time To tflfit iiinr lioliilnij yifl rindurr surer enirnriil A viW the rush in doinij this yell liHtt II brttiT chance tfl else t while tlir stuck in laryr If you ilo nut Jinil in my luryr ttmJ nlmt you wan I I tine n drawn in murr twin cntnloijtir jinni tlir Innjfgt nml mill Jwrlry hinmex in Nit tcorlil for you to telrrl jritm In Ihif MVIV you cnn yl yowls slut hors 111111t1I1I trun in utsy utorr tiiiii innkimj tte yijl MUM tlpilaiiiij lo tttf rreiitinit T A OpticianROBINSONI KyiGuaranteed Salary 900 Yearly qe wnarp of rInd pn + rulnn tcl Mpennl Im nult II IMI xrL AIIf IT IQWIIIV ilfawnl Iw In Befit IMNilhits nIlih r- Iniiim S lirllhHiit Iu w r lr it on IFIIII l 1 Yn HMII 151ill WASTKI rM4lr rvlliibli prral iivr191 aIr to rllaiye onnmiir filM Bull Dial n iutMlhin Tss Ufy ier yr piysik- wwkr U per drbotutelr lurs MI4XII atwu rtrlht IXtu are fiailr Mlnrjr no Iutwlsl Iarr pMMtWh jlurblr Isd xIsti- ulntler Ntvssd Irh STNIII- OIrt NsNX 111Iri Repair That Loom HoineHpiin is coming into fashion again Iltlollr girls hunld keep up the art jf siiniiiiig Merea tllsgti- 54lindings market fur this pnsilMI- of IJrhlllIcatioliholmA tjiV w Wo can pay fur ttdltvoten Ii 10 cents a yard ju s l0cents 11111I f0 edits well matched bed f1 to i Patent dyes not ncceptwl oldfashioned indigo preferred For information address JOSEPHINE A HOHINSON Homespun Exchange Wi + Kv A New One irAn ishI NI4tIz A portrait painted in twelve shndes and colors by potent Hppli tues thnt produce nn Absolutely Accurate Likeness WhII found out what they were we knew our customers would wnn them and we hnvo arranged to hand o n limited iiumbi as gifts to our now and old niKtomers OIL FINISH is everlasting III lid II from slay photoKrnph or tint5p0- ADSOLUTEIY FREE FOR CASH TRADE Our offer is Sue host portrait free ns soon as you trade nlllollllt represented on tickets being distributed by our solicitors who will call for your photographs anti got full direfions for mnking the same Lady dot it fail to ask for coupons iiK n making each purchase thoy cost you nothing BICKNELL EARLY Berea KyI- I HAW IIAUDWAIIK AXI PAItM IMIMEM UNTS DUV GOODS CLOTHING ETC COME AND SEE T Ut SPKOlMEh PORTRAITS AT OUR STORM An Independent WccI Devoted to the httterehts of TllE HOME FAltlltt SCfOOI4 50 CENTS A YEAR MADISON The Cantbrake Suits ClothingWorld Retain Their Shape Permanently An espeuiully prepared hair cloth beiiif worked into thu front which long preserve their new and gracefulappestr tutee lusteadof breaking into unsightly wrinkles after u few davs wear Every Fashionable Fabric is represented in this line 1000 to 2250 Covington Banks Uptodate Clothers Shoers Hatters and Furnishers Richmond Ky T C LOWRY ATTORNEYATLAWRichmond BUILDINUMAIN STREET Collections And Rel Estate Specialty Cut this out and tako it to S K Welch Ins drug store and free sample of Chamberlains IIads and Liver Tablets the best phyn ic They cleanse and invigorate the Htonmcli improve tho appetite and regulato the bowoln Regular size 2c per ho- xMEAT MARKET I have roopiiud the Meat Mar krt tin Main Strtrt Fresh Meats Dressed Poultry and Vegetables in Season M B RAMSEY Berea Ky BETTER Three Years in Richmond And out of all the sets of teeth that have been made at my offico if there sol or any sets that show sissy defects i will maku a new free We are milking tho best of teeth in the world for 750and if detects show in Tve years we give you n new set free This applies to all the teeth have made or am going to make the best fills in the at ifi cents HOBSON Dentist Permanently located in the Hohor Building next door to Gov eminent Building Richmond Kentucky Reference Hichmond National Blink Special Price to Students INVEST WITHIThe Ideal Realty RESERVEIThan any other company doing uaincss the State Those seeking honest legitimate investments will receive our most cordial and thorough attention DR C E SMOOT Pres SII TutoR Sec S Gen Mgr J S CKtnviiKR Treas Capital Stock 10000HOME OFFICE world RICHMOND KY U FINE FURNITURE SALE It will be to your interest to ill pct our stock your buy Wo have tho good and will certainly 1I10t your views as to prices Hnnlwixxl Onl and Mahogany Hodroom Suites iron Buds and Couches nt special bargain prices during thu mouth Everything in the Furniture Line Sale on Carpets and Rugs for Cash We iiirito all our Frionds and all Citizen subscribers to call and inspect before making purchase- sUNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY 2 Day Phone 73 Night Phone 66 E iOllt set set alloy DR bofore Great Boron JO St JOPLIN Richmond Ky = c Fall and Winter IWI I ANTICIPATK today our wants and needs for tomorrow NTiripTK in the Fall star W tins in Shoes and Furnish s k ing Goods 1Vc hate NTiriiUio yiar wants and are ready K to supply them from a large and complete stocK L Mens and Boys Shoos Hoavy Boots Bootoos Felt ft and Rubbor Boots Undorwoar Nockwoar Socks Hats Caps Umbrellas Rain Coats tcomplete in STYLE QUALITY and PRICE 1Glovos money which ithc greatest anticipation of all I DOUGLAS CATCHER I I 207 West Main Street RICHMOND KY I Mr Geo W Pow is our BEREA AGENT and has a line of our lsamples Goods can be had of him at the same price as y in Our Store at Richmond ft Lcharged SSSSSS THE CITIZEN A Weekly Newspaper BEREA KENTUCKY liorlrtl Nolle lo Our Kemlerii Thin paper to on file at the ofllct of Tho Chi ieo Inter Ocen lo ia 110E st Monroe Street hlidgo where our renders will be rourtcouil greeted who flay care to call upon The Inte ocean for tout of Inspection coil flchtfcclni through Its niBRntfleent building In witch ellI be found every merlmnlral end fclentlflc Inr provemrnt of the ago In connection with the teeth of great newspaper It It a rare tren t to any one Interested In the subject end thouU be taken advantage of THE BENNETT LECTURES Berca has been specially favored this week Mr R J Bennett of Chicago de livered series of three lectures in the Berea Church house On Sun day night the topic was Egypt the Laud of the Pharaohs on Monday uight Washington Our Federal City on Tuesday night Switzer land tho Mountain Republic The lectures were illustrated by the very finest itereopticon views ever exhibited in this region in fact it would be diihcult to surpass them The lan tern was managed by Mr Bennett Jr son of the lecturer Tho lectures were especially in teresting as well as instructive and show the lecturer to have a faculty for close observation and a fine mem wry for intelligent detail The stere- opticon could not have been better managed there was no hitch the pictures talked and plainly too Mr Bennett and son are not pro lrrte- t 1 Hn to Uereu were entirely gra tuitous The lecture on Sunday night was free the small fee charged for Monday and Tuesday nights went to pay a deficit on the portraits hang ing in the Chapel QUEEN CITY vs BEREA Cincinnati 0 Nov 14 1901 Dear Sir TIll cleanest game of foot ball tht Qu en tuy trait ha played this sea Hint was pulled off lust Saturday at Borea Tho Berea Team played a fair gentlemanly game from begin niug to end and when time was limit ly called had rolled up twentynine points to the good while Queen City failed to score Berea played a fast snappy game avoiding even the suggestions of the lity pln ing that is a disgrace lo any team and an injury to foot ball generally The Berea boys although they have been handicapped this season hy the fact that thoy have had no regular conch are to lie congratulated for the excellent foot ball they put up on Saturday last- Manager W CUNNINGHAM Captain J FOOTE MADISON COUNTY Jesse M Risk has been appointed postmaster at Union City Alex Pence who has been in jail since June 2 for selling liquor without license paid his fine of Q1600 and was released Tuesday Nov 12 Fon SALE CHEAP Fon AsuThe most complete outfit of fine blacK smith tools to be found in Central Kentucky Call on or address Bick nell Early Berea Ky Supt Wagers has received from the State Treasurer 20 per cent of the mousy due the Countyschool teachers lie expects to receive another installment of salary in De cemberTho Federal Court which met in Richmond last week adjourned Thurs day afternoon The grand jury fin ished its work a day earlier and was discharged There were twenty in dictments returned tail for moonshin r h11 jail lion Charles Searey the recently elect edReprefientativo of this County haw just received from Col Bennett H Young a Plymouth Rock rooster that has been a winner in all the re cent shows This Col Young didas a slight token of his appreciation of the gallant fight made by Mi Searcy and the glorious victory won Regis ttr To the Public AUiW me to stay a fnv words inI prtisu of ChuniberlniiiH ough Rirn edy hull a very severe cough and cold and feared I would get pitch monia but after taking the second dose of this medicine I felt better three bottles cured my cold and tho pains in my chest disappearedentire ly I am jnost respectfully yours for health RALPH S METERS G1 Thirty seventh St Wheeling W Va For A1e by S E Welch Jr ILOCAL AND PERSONAL I Deputy Sheriff Terrill was in tows Saturday tax collecting Robert Truett has returned from II trip to Brush Creek Lawyer Jas R Bush of Richmond was on our streets Saturday- Dr Burgess came home from hit mountain trip Thursday Fishtl Todd will remove their sawmill to the Burnam farm next wee Prof J B Harris of Richmond was in town Wednesday on insurance businessA Kirby and daughter of Fresno Cal arrived the latter part of last week Lewis Johnson has purchased the Green Hill property on Center St paying 100 John Hoskius has purchased the Lewis Johnson property on Center Street for 300 B F Taukersloy has moved his stock of merchandise to his new stand at the Star Hotel Mrs Rebecca Bowliu of Wallace ton is heio at the Hospital for special treatment- A E Sufferu who hag been in Buffalo N Y since Commencement returned Tuesday Ralph Correll of Pleasant Plains Ills a former student at Berea is here visiting friends W M Miller a graduate of Berea 99 has a good appointment under the Governor of Wisconsin no i r ua U 1 miu has tniu Leto on an extended visit left lor her home in Boston Wednesday Mr Yader representing the For ward Shoe Co of Cincinnati is the guest of S E Welch Jr FOR SALE The most complete out fit of blacksmith tools in Central Kentucky Coup for CASH Call on Bicknell Early The W C T U gave a social at the residence of Mrs Pasco Wednes day evening The occasion was enjoyable and well attended Lucy the fiveyear old daughter of Mr and Mrs Enos Kimbrell is recovering slowly irom the effects of a fall she received some two weeks agoThe East End Madison Gay and Oil Company will bore a text well on the Tine Williams farm at an early day The necessary machinery ar rived yesterday- J M Hart sold to A T Fish on Tuesday three hogs which weighed 1000 pounds at cents a pound Two other hogs sold by Mr Hart on tho same day weighed 570 pounds Next Thursday Nov 28 is Thanks giving Day- Preaching at 10 a m in Berea Churchhouse by Rev Chas Herron of Troy Ohio Praise Meeting follow ing Let us all meet together and give thanks to the Giver of all Good W T Reynolds of Horton Run who has been visiting relatives in Owsley County is here with his brother P M Reynolds for a low days before returning to his western homeRev C A Van Winkle was called to Leisure lad lost week on account of an accident to his brother Stanley Stanley was working in a gravel pit and was caught in a cave in and his left leg was broken below tho knee Rev P A White late of Camplwlls ville Ky auda graduate of Borea College has been called to the pro fessorship of Latin in Biddle Uni versity Charlotte N C Prof White ordered TilE CITIZEN to visit him weekly cordillliinitlltion lu 1110 ditto diiiiiir will hti served Plenty of turkey chicken roast meats will be provided also ice cream and foe cake Dr M Ernest Jones lute of Law reuceburg Ky will open dental parlors in our town next week The Anderton Xewa says Dr Jones has been practicing his profession here for about four years and has made many friends all of whom regret to see him tied his excellent wife leave 1 he Ladies Aid Society of the Be rea Church of which Mrs Prof JonI is President hits taken up a general Industrial Work to assist mothers in fitting out their children for Sunday school with headquarters in the Court Room over the Printing Oflice and meets on Wednesday evenings at one oclock The opening meeting yesterday was a very pleasant one It is a good thing for neighbors to get together 10 TheSecret of- Success A YOUNG MANaturt intf out in life is to mivu lulu invent his niotuV in a safe place to ncclllIIlIllIlII TILE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF KENTUCKY offers thr bIIIItllIIellt to the jroiini man iliis Itiiurtticv that hUlver beiii plniMl before the public Sow the tone to Invel UI mime reel enjoyment out of TIIANKsiIVIN DAY by tulilni Three Per tent Gold Km w mont Itoml thus tmmins that you here given your uncertain life a pertain value Ti ul your future Jnln may le lrhl1 foe end it rare entry Ittllh your lovwl ones ma be ciirirhfl h the fruit of your torethoneht ami Inhor Lets Talk it Over W PORTER District Agent Berea Bunking Company Berea Ky 1 C BECK Jit Special Agnt Stile Bunk 1 Trust Co Bldg Richmond Kv TIlt ImiAmeriean Exposition was not a financial success The oss will be about 3000000 On a dining car of the New York Central recently HIS dinners were ervi d without ie tockmg the ear The number of Senators and Rep resentatives in Washington is increas tug daily Mayorelect Low of Xt v York wills a caller at the White HUIIM best week and had a long conference with the President Inrni lVtier fences have hags Irouhte InI 1nnll rural community from the earli to the present day Neigh borhood rows unit fend nod axurnvnt ng litigation and even bloodshed Imve resulted from defective feuees Wood en fences whether of rails INdeS nr boards are a staudliiK menace In the public peace wherever they exist and but little better a wire fenre that does not effectively serve Its purpose There are nowadays n law iiiinilxr nf patterns of wire fences ready made nUll sow In rolls ready to lie imrolltHl and nailed to posts Some nf these nrIgood and some are better nnd some are almost perfect A really good wire fence may cost more to begin with than a wooden one but on account of Its durability alone It Is far cheaper Last winter an infant child of mine had croup in B violent form says Elder John W Rogers a Christian Evangelist of Filley Mo I gave her a few doses of Chamberlains Cough Remedy and in a short time all danger was past anti the child re covered This remedy not only cures croup hut when given as soon as the first ty nptoms appear will prevent the attack It contains no opium or other harmful substance and may be given as confidently to a baby as to an adult For stile by S K Welch Jr He taw a great crowd and went over to get the news The above illustrates one of the incidents in the interesting story Edward Blake College Student BY CHARLES M SHELDON It is a story of college life taking in the period of the SpanishAmerican war We have purchased the serial rights and the story will be printed In Installments In thus paper JAPANESE IN A WRECK Nearly Forty Laborers Mangled Without Wariiny FREIGHT STRUCK A VDKK TRAIN Ton Klllril outright Three Iiitnllj unil till Ollirr evorelv Hurt Vlr thus Ives at HifaMol tit llioTIni of the tlasli CHI Miiii bod lots Kindling 0111IBlair Mon Nov l9Teal inun lostI their lives and 28 others were cushy Injured In a wruk on Great Nuriern railway near hurtt1 Au extra f ri fight train ran nto a lorkItrain and It was awning tliiiM board the latter that the trrnlili havoc was wrought Fort one Jap tlwnrllat Culbertsou There Is u sharp curve near where tho trains iwt mid they wore runuln ut a speed of Iii III Iell an hour So great wits the force of the Impart that the freight cars were thrown upon top of the work train which was piled high In u muss of wreckage Almost Immediately dames broke forth and added to the horror of the scene Thou uninjured Imme diately started to work to rescue thorn Imprisoned In this wreck whose dying groans and pltcoun api alII fur help spurred on the workers At the tinge the uccldnt occurred the Japanese were at bnikfiut and before they were aware of the im pending danger the ears were imithfd Into kindling wood and the dad and dying mien burled beneath the heap of wreckage Of the entire nmutir tn the car but throe e capod death or In jury Aftei an hours work nil hud bi n t minted for There were 10 dead bodies alongside h track and several men so badly Injured that It probable they will die It was tin polule to check the jirogn of the flames and oon several of the work cars and throe freight ears were in ashes Word was n at to tliaxRow a rell f train and doctor and aouu as hry n ached the see no the work of caring fr the Injun bs Ian Sak With All Hand Halifax ISThu n rrble Kale wbch has urea ranK the New foe d ind uisi dart bo past three- da has tarried dash ai d rue thin in Its track Shipping i xuffoied severely as n result of th mm nod man elves have born lot A private dipatrh which reachid li uirliurg C U states that the Norw s all steamer Ela under charter to II Mla k Its mend company had ben Ut en the Newfoundland ron t In the vicinity of Uelle Isle with all hands The c ivm ere left Montreal on 1ridav w h n general cargo for Si Johns iawas 901 tons rg titer aril was hull at Sundorland In isas 1 r her last trip of the season on t to She carried a crew of abuui mew Hay Pauncefote Treaty Washington Nov 19i be new Hay1auneefote treaty was signed hjr Secretary hay for the Inltid dti and Lord Pauncefote the lngtlsh am bassador for Great Ilrltnlu The piclpal point of difference between the new and the former treaty is the with drawal by Great Britain train the Joint guaranty of the neutrality of the nal thus leaving the United State the Guarantor The excision of the old provision respecting time rl lit to fortify the canal leaves that iii by Inference optional with the need States All commerce of whatever na tionality passing through the canal will fare alike The treaty will be submitted to senate for ratification Confessed to Embezrlcnent New York Nov 16 A shortage amounting to sixty thousand dollars hrs been discovered In the accounts of tho NVIIllan burg Savings bank an Institution conducted atWIIIIntnsburg In the suburbs of Brooklyn General C V Meserole the president of the bank Is authority for the statement that the parties Implicated In the af fair are Harry B Corbett a former paying teller of the bank who died Nov 2 and George ollelnhofer a receiving teller who It Is alleged Rave the first Information leading 101 the discovery The bank Is fully protected It Is said by the bends of built Corbctt and ollclnhofer Secretary Lonpa Recommendations Washington Nov IGThl keynote of the annual report of Secretory Iong for 1901 Is Increase an Increase In both the number of ships and the number of olllccrs and sailors for the navy The navy today he says Is a far greater factor In our relations with the world than It was before the recent national expansion which now includes Porto Rico the Hawaiian Islands the vast area of land and sea In the Philippines and our obligations to Cuba Ii wo are to have a navy at all It must be commensurate with these great extensions greater In In ternational than In territorial Importance Town FireSwept Wichita Kan Nov The busi ness portion of Ncwklrk the county seat of Kay county O T was de stroyed by tire entailing a loss or JtiOOOO1 Newklrk has no tio protec Lion because of a lack of water works plant The fire was used by the explosion of a gasolln can lu a restaurant The loss IClllly partly covered by Insurance Lumber Yard Burred Sturgeon WIs Nov lV Fire cleaned out the Pankratz Lumber tompanys yard which contained thousands of feet of lumber belonging to the Milwaukee Lumber company and a large quantity of shingles the property of the company The loss Umatcd at 40000 fully Insured IHO KAIMVAV DUAL Invnlvlnn llnri In Hie Nortliwr- Iliiinlrnls or Million Cupltiil Now Turk Nov M There wen two Important Bet tupi In the railroad nation In he m thw t and both tnided to coiin ii exit Ing belief that a flnnl hay is uf 5e1- talent of the contest fur he n o the Northeiii Pnclllc lied hn ntlIIIly agreed to Final ralii htin of thii agreement will lirlnn Intn exlMtonn the Kriatost nod m t i UTtive exam pie of the community of interest 1l1H us applied to the rulliond systems or the country The lint of the develop mints Willi the Incorporation at Triton N 1 of the Northern Siouiltln company with capital stock of 100 onuOOO and flue second wits the unari In IIIIK adoption by tli Northern Pa CUB dlrertorw of a resolution pravld leg fut thus retlreim nt Hi par of tut Cdintmnys preferred stork on Jan lioIt Will genes hiy undoritood hat the company formed was to take nllrI and eoi ml the shares of thu Northern Pacific nml the Great Northerr railway and their leased Rites J P Morgan Sad J J are bark of ttu deal Kitcheners Dispatch London Nov General Lord Kitchener in n dispatch to the Irluti war office tinted Iretorln Nov 15 says that a strung patrol of yeomanry while recnnnoliorlng at Ilrnkuprult near Xeerust tin the Transvaal col ony shout 140 inlli went of Pretoria was surrounded by 300 Boars and lot tU tacit killed and 16 wound d Soma of the troops wore captunid but were subsequently reluuned The rear gnnril of Colonel Bngs column wue nttaek ed near Hellbran Orange Itlver Colony Nov H by 400 Irons said to be under the command of General Dewut After two hours lighting the Hoer retired leaving eight dyad on the new Of Colonel Hyngs column Lieutenant HuRhes and one man were killed while three otllcers and nine men were wounded British Crew Attacked Ixindon Nov ISn extraordinary demonstration of proIloorlmn re ported by a llriiHgfli newwpapor It soem thus u Dutch flatting boat bn longing to Ymuldon while on Wollln con lightship in the North sea pro traded tn be In distress and approach ed a ItrltlKh murk Thirteen fishermen from th Hutch boat boarded thn British itaft und attacked the crew of the la IT shouting lung live the hoer s vrral of tit llrltlfhtr were wounded It Is alleged that be fore making the attack the Dutchmen lock d their captain tn hU cabin Thu Hritl h untuck succeiiled In eocaplng and srrlvrd at Oatend where the cap lain lodid a complaint with thw lirltlrh oonitil9ioi no siAC- iprvlilnih ii 1arlyof nMiicnirii- MNlMke uf IlllllpMHllllK Homestead Ia Nov IiA party of workmen were burled under a manse of mn slog at the Howard axle Works John Ituska SO Hi meti ad I dau and Andrew Hulnl 33 and Oeorif rtiiiKI SO of II om fad are badly burned The accident occurred on the cinder dump of the companys plant The victims were eii nnod In collecting nerap when n party of work men nt the top of the dump about 20 fret above diimpid their rats over the ergs not knowing that the men were directly beneath them The car contained about eight tons of slag a great part of which was redhnt und much of It In a molten state Battle With Bank Robbers Hloui City lu Nov tJohll Sund blad was shot and killed In a battle with Greenville bank robbers at Al bert City He was one of the promi vent nit rclmntw of Albert City Constable Lodlne was shot In the croln and Is In a critical condition A robber who was shot In the niomach Is dead He rofusoo to give his name or the names of his assistants but tit admitted that they had robbed the bank Two men a negro and a white man also admit robbing the bank They nave their names as Jack Johns and Louts Brooks Dutch Troop Captured by Boer Mlddelbirg Cape Colony Nov On bund d and eighty district mounted troops composed largely nf Dutchmen Ith their arms and horses have surrendered to Smuts comman do The tlct troops fired must if their ammunition at long range an then rofis d to fight further Captain Thornton heir commander believes their surrender to have been pre arrangedRaLbuns Admissions LoulsvlIe Nov 13 According to the police Newell C llnthhuu who confessed that he planned to defraud an Insurance company out of 14000 by pretending that a corpse shipped to Little Hock Ark was his own dead body has admitted according 10 the authorities that the man who accom panted him to the hotel In Jefferson vllle Ind antI was found dead next day was Charles Goodman who Is said to have come from Kvanivlllo I1tiand will be tried on a murder charge An Official Shllt NahIIIe Nov ly Offlclnl an nouncement wits made here that Na thaniel Maxtor Jr has tendered his resignation as president of the Ten nessee Coal Iron and Hallrond com pany Dec Mr Baxter will become president of the Cumberland Coal nnd Coke comb r the capital stock of which U r ouoOOO Fatal Fall HopklnsvlIIe Ky Nov IHtnnls Pattllo tilt jcar old son of J IL Jattlo of RennettEtown wits standing ap In n wngon driven by his brothel John when a sudden jolt throw him out back Hd on his bra When the irother reached him he was dead lib reek wu broken THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON VIII FOURTH QUARTEnlNTEn NATIONAL SERIES NOV 21 Trml nt Ihr lriiuti UH s UItr- mI irie lit IYliuhlrn ladshit i rumiiiciilMr lr iHrrd hf Shut lift II Mmrii- CurlKtii IT Amrlcin 1iwt AutcUllon Slmv tits serpent permmiliil mini In Ile Hove tlinl hr wax wlmr limn Iud the inn Jurltyof people have Hiked In that urn IlwlrIhtrmnfe tliHt llu world lying In the wlrk t Iour Jiiliu v lit It rl khiirM ilu tldu Ian il iloei voiiii Irnmji1 llnl lln priifci xiin piiiplo of li ml wi are culliil In Ih simpler Ills vlncyunl ud Ills IMII pli ivcrviti i 13 Ui nliuiiM w illiliiui or Ifd Tlioie who would lind 1111II eo ralliil li iiiH riitiro IIMHIII In IliU Iluiplir nn ooiiiilliliie like duos who find niitliliiL In nil the Itllilr hut bate to IwnreL Tin lunik In called TIlt vUliin of Uulali cmi remising ludftli mid Joruinlrin iclinpler U sad therefore tin lirMt npplirnlliin of Iho annuls must ln to thins Tlii mminilt of lilt whole biMik In won In inch pin nntfiH verse HI of our litumii hatter II ITtmd similar pursg elbe lortl Mliino slits ll be ciultiil 17 1IIs psugc bows IIU I la- lIlU if I rnel sad bow imttnil of Ked in Iris clory they gave Him only wild riiM s and uwriglltrouoeue inMril of lulitomiHiioim rise uuie tnrr sat Ineiniltuile Ii set fortli In our lirilt Irable of the wicked butbiiuilnieu lu Math ul aairt SIC Tttitt which It tier wt forth a jollllOK IIIIIIM tn hoUiM and Hold to flrlil that they tray lit lu suits niiinc tin oul piNipli on earth is very maiilfont tu lir la fors rallMj trusty whlih Isar o brow prouiioont lu lUwK last da It would be well if Soar who tear tbr misuse ut- Illn More suited up with tinno bluet Ilio in1of lust Liars adsots It ill sad Ills miiipUInt in II lilt i II IItlll the MHIII Tbe rented r U In Mutb 133 IJ rum uiiirninK until niiclil It nhl Ielf its ulgnev lud lu chup lor ta i Iii 7 It is written that for prloit aid Ibo pnpkt those wbo should be wholly fur nun lrforo 5u4itch toe 1utl- Iw6r nun hues rml Ihr sbsir1Ouf id ink sad no willimid UIt MIUO Our rornr 55 flat bl nKiml m t the work of Ilio Uird neither iim liir the uprri tine f IIIa hint The wmif IItI-I fuiiud in 1 iMii S niil the mnl Uled Ho lull t niy ibii mi l uui build then iii If lh eduns rat only Curs n u fmiu the wu1 f t aril tbiin fmiu sl llmiMlr lw has oniiu pllihiil mui ln lint Pt 1T1 Mo l iiiilir thiti thus uf Iteypl unit wrt famine than Ihut wbiib a fi is only Ibo Ixidy oime n till bom user n rcuiiur of brutal nr a Illnl- tor OHtor of hnrin tbo went of the Iarltna viii 11 Ii A lofrlllr titiniilialiiin rome for lbf liirtl Of hot shall Iw oxdltnl In judctBoNt Hid tbr Ilnlir OK IJP MDrtlfiwl in rielilroU no itrorw III mirriai Tb Llncdam of bid shall nnir sad ill itiiiiuliy hill b put sauy Ian it Jli I only In Is riel huh in ill ibr w Kid Hippy iro ill whit hate a rrlall if the kiuidaiM la thoir bracts nod Iha o a IS Ill Iniiulty tks such i strung hold Uiou me that they actually UMXk UIN nail dire Him to du IIU utmost KHiiKl thou Like the itttrdUurlint tbs say Wbal sloth Gal kuowT What mn Ibo Alitiixbty do IhoiiiT Job- viii It 17 mirxln Ibry my Vbrrr ia Ilse pruiiii e uf Hi romliiicT All things oontiuuo In they wrro llociu n they will not bolioro OHI hoy art will inxlt licHornnt of whit has been and what will Ill IVt III i7l nioo are not driiuken situ whin but with their owns pride and self conceit mid unbelief i111 WIt end prudent lu their own eye slut knowing that Ihar dtfrlrrJ by the wirkrd oust they like Eve think lllRl lu U Kood whlrh Out hn said they must mil oat soul Ihoun It denlriblr ThoM nn tbo pioplo fniin whom our Nird saw Hint the things of Jinl are hid don iMnlh si alt It Is wrlttou In Iror txri 12 Neat thou n nun also In hli n linnoil then b nmro hope of i tool iliin if him list wart of Gal ruts be roroMid milt by the IIhl IriClllhU iU i 1eth Ir lit Ill 28 Vliio and strung drink muddle men mini blur flair vinhm lad lIIke111mIliihlion reeiird not parontu nor partut orIU list sight of In the crHrlne for drin- kwbnxt hnblt linn iibtalno con Ind Hut hero url ninny who uerrr loiirh ntrontf drink yet are HI drunken with iholr nwn Intense ni IIUhuo that Ilioy riiniiot Ililnk of aught but how they bo ilia iil and how onr rli IllIn add fn theirutfort 15 A sudden end shall come to ill their trlnry and they ittiall find them 111111IfIIlIsway the law of the 1fI1lit host and ilonpiMil the tllIIf the Holy One of Israel According to chapter rill 20 iniiriin nnd It V there U nu inornlnc till such people thnt U the mnrnlni of Jo of Iris iiimlnir of this kliiKdoin will meiiii iiothlni to them Ids xlii M HI lU Ki for they will urea only the hlinknoNK of darkness forever Vc do imr know thnt lIlt rich nuiii of Inko mil ass VIT clvon to utroiii drink bin hr fins diniiken with lilt own lhoiiiht and Iess osslnue and he died soil found him Mlf In torment 20 This is n lurk onward to the LHllirilni of nil lint Inns that lie limy by hem iii lust Ie Inrnrl nml then judge the IInIIIIM iuul deliver lrll1 andtstablbh Iris kiiitfiliuii on IIltlh foinpiirrI- HII rully Joel III 2 lr17 Xoph III nlo fsn Iv UU rl mnrirln liThe Lord of Must tenth pur- ii lnln the pride of nil giant Ilinit Into iontpuipt sill the houor- iho riirth Iisn xxlll III the Iiiiverse but the uurlKhtooii MO II No drunkard nor Inner ilhir loud niMtlnnlni In sin mid Iii in tho swat nn over Inherit the iiiKdoiii but every drunkard llnr hour Iiier or ordinary sinner who with trust MMiltoiiri turns from his sit in the only nvlourof sinners the Ixird Jesus riirlthall In nowise IIP coat out but nliiill bo prhutsuteri Site ever heard of In the universe undo lit for the presence of fod and andsl Joint heir with Chrl t Hlnnflf Joins rl 37 I Cor rl 0U lUv r III THE MARKETS U HKIIIHTEll NOKMAN A o CINCINNATI Niir CATTLK Common Ilir IJ 27fi Butcher llfiM loST Shippers Mifij nJfi CALVE Choiei fIJO tfi bX Largo l tniiiiiuii8X IX- Hoos Common 1 M I riar 0 Fair good light 525 gt nifi- hurking hlr II riirI- IIEEI Good tochoico 225 I 27f SOIIflhIiI to fair I2r it 225 LUlls Good to choico ll5 110 Common to fair2r0 LkI WHEAT No 1 HelL H j COIIN No 2 iiiixiHJ Now tJO u UATiNKi lll L Ir Un No J Iil ru tiJ 3kai Family 2I5 270 MILL lEI lttK t 21 00 tin No Timothy I3 Xfri IHJ5 4No 2 10f0 1100 1IJlovnr UOtft 1000 0u 2 7Myi OLTKT Springer lr Ib i HeiiVV lieu fj IITurkSpring ImkiV S Ducks Koos Fn sh iivnr by 22 o cx- 4t11iiaWt tlII 7J Iij Sl No dry Halt II 10 Mull 5e 7j Sheep hkins 10 jl Wl TALLOW Irimtt city fit Country It 4t f WOOL Unwashed medium combing 10 flj 17 Withil Song 21 22 Tub wMM1I1 22 It tUTIltrtl tf0 now nearly whjtu II t grnv to Hvernge 1W y 12 Duck tfllrltll white 28 ft IIf Cllilkel whitHH llis IS Turkey boily dry 12 til Jr a Necessary Hxpcnses for Twelve Weeks School rero n IitilrNivI IK n4 inu kw llttl th f oho oa llvllucttfittw II yi lu I Ililis IIM twocrj for luct- ntr lmh lettMrUla Haulm mnnry iIIt a mitsi tvi III itrt tun lAttim HAU HtU h4bU4 r s t is to IINr11 r a a- 4i lfltt 1W Jill OvHrrnl p1I I II ntnvi ShlMri I t Pul Mid mi i it Rent trf Ijiuiilrj rl4 MnnttVu Hiwrl i in Lhlnc iJ IrrmIlIU lHnn h4 Mil MOI t in in HrifluiiiHitl 4 Mn Hn HI in a 1171 Ornl IVx rvlumr l Ul TiilHl KIIMIII II Vrrki 7ft for thow Ixhiw IruRlWr dnlilrl the for boon ntvlll nun liirliUnul In intklnn th loUlouljr 7J- Wbe tour Klrt niim famtli r rala rr II on hOrn nd f i or Inure on Inrl uxkliiK 1t1 totl only ittA t iiI Iwlutr llrninir furl U ortili tiKirr Wlnlrr n4 M CII1 Irw III 11111111iTwa riKHHt Isr toIlrltrplufWIII tlutn 101 rn uxuHjr tw miitil tot fntiti II III l Irrin- riii Irk til n big rnlf Illllo lain Ititrk ur it fw h llliriuil 1110111 fjltn Inor or sol whlrh will rhnnr nut olinlr IIIu Ilii lirllfirl- Oiu person out of every 7JW in iohiKtl1l in purMiing n collcgiiitti ducittoii ither in their own or out mdi collegia or iinivirmtitN Jumped till n TOil Iuiuiy Null Tint lilt drttiKhtor of Mr J N Iowill jumped on inverted raku iiniilo of ten penny mills mid thrust on imil entirtly through hnr foot aidit Hcrond one half way through Chamberlain inn Bitliu was prompt y IplIIlIti five niitiiitcN Uttr till pain luul tllolI IllreMI and no iiinrt tuToring WIIH Kxperiuucfd In thre dRY IhllltlililWIIH wearing her nlux an usual and w th absolutely no dscomfnit Mr low ll a well known merchniit of Forklimd Va IHUI Bidtii is an IllItiplit and healH such iujiiritH without inatiiratiou and ill one third thn titni n iiired by thn usual treett bout Ior Main by S E Welch Jr EXPERIENCt1 TRADE MARK DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Ac Anron lending sketch nd qulcklr ucertAlu nu free whether tui InvttInI U probblriwlenuhla Communlnt IlnniilrlotlrcnnOilentlal on Iatecta aecurtngpatentiItntippkUflOtkE Wthoutcbrge In the Scientific American hnilnnmlr Illustrated weekly lanwt elf cultlon of en rimnifl lournu Tnni U a earl four month II Bold brail i NtIIY1r J1 RELIGIOUS THOUGHT irrin Olrmird Proin the TeeIiIiiiS- lit Law of All Sod but 11111Itan Itiv Dr Hubert ItaptlHt New York 1rnriT Prayer tin ii gs the Merit powerful thrill of life from Cod Itev It 1 Illc ham Atlanta Oil 1ole lrlrinl lili- The only friendship forever merciful to our weukneKs liodn Itt 1 K Hopkins MiIru Wecannot nave lost Mouls till we our NclvcH art Huveil Uev David Itter I Ittu rio Denver Thr uurdMaHtery till grunt word II the nrt of life Itev William T i i to vii eOIl KreKiitlonallHt Kochexter N Till llrnl lirll Ijirlxt does not become the real tl1Iof your life until you come to ni him perNonally Itt l mln Albert llankn MethodlNt New York tin MnJiir Sin Ix lien ii tss Sin the YSIIIIIVIi Ui a Hotll troth tit true wayn of life Sin Ihe action of a luxt licit a mud Nit Itev Speimer li Meener Uaptlst- ILlludelphlu IdrnU- AH survive or pertain by hut Ideal men can nut glow and llourlsh without the IdeaU that come from the lou warul look of the soul Itev M J Haw Methodlot South St Ioulx Cniiitul tic llnrnirU- Character IndeHtructlble The haul let wan never molded m r was tIll blade ever forced that can dentroy the good n They may stop his breath but they cannot stop his Inllnence ItO Kriink 1IIt Methodist Chicago Vlial liiluemliiu luii tail IIII ffort lo have men and women ttnne lo the sense of per Minnllty lo have each come to him elf and awaken to hi relrtlon i to hili world to himself and to his nUll Itev Spenser It Meeser lluptlst IhlhuKl phla 4u vlllK Mllll 11PMIsI IrlemU we cant Ihe seeds of ln without reapliiK death we cant sow the Heed of disloyalty without reaping rebellion we cant sow the seeds titIlawlessness without reaping aimrehy Itev J T M Johnston Itaptlnt St lAJIlls Only l ntlurliitf lliliH Ve suit ii know that Ihe only enduring thing the otdy so ty lug things it tot hioce which have to do with the minor tal kingdom of Cod tit things which Gllel gives lo those who seek llrnt bin kingdom und bin rIght eull Nl1rtN Itev Ccorge W King Insbylerlnn St Iotil- stt In I If today tIll people reglhter n vow thnt they will so strengthen the hllllilI the pchool the pns and the ii through wise legislation and noble pre cept tXMl aimrehy lit v Ititsiitss Injus tice class hatred fpim Ihe land our martyred president will not have died III valnllcv Dr Newell l Hllllt Coil grtgn t Inllllllot Itt itik Iyii Ire Sfirrrli IIhe rcHMinslhlllty which nstn on nil ret HMHch Is a privilege grantetl not for abuse lint to lit gnanle and when ahiiKe the Individual abusing the priv ilege should iiniUestlonably be market antI deprived of that right which It much to be chcrlHhcd hut much more dangeroufi when misused llev Dr JI O Itolton Presbyterian Philadelphia Why Christ Irlird Mm TIm visible Chrlnt loved till multi tude a nil gathered from among them nmuy of laiN followers He eared little for the external conditions of life limit aw the mini with HH depth of need and Its height of possibility He prized wen not 1InII lie they were rich or poor or learned or Ignorant hut be CiIChrlnl Will lliiHlly Triumph The nations today do not recognize the Lord JCHUS Christ but In till last a tin lysls of nil polities and commerce amid the Hellish and cniel ambitions of moil and tuitions It Is found that what they will In their unbelief 110I Lord Icxu Christ hUll girded them fnlllll the word of IsIs prophecy of the evangelization of the world Rev Hnrrl II Cregg Prenbyterlan Chi cago Vorlliy CnnininniKllnn To live that to die Is gain and tot conscious that It U gain to be glad of the exchange of nn earthly tar II spiritual hotly and to fall asleep In the certainty of waiving In a higher aiid n nobler life Is to grasp the con Rumination so devoutly to Ill wished Mini to reach the Ideal which Cod places within the reach of honesty truth and lldellty Uev Dr Ceorge II llepworth Conuregatlonallst Sew York iililrn llnlr or liulilrn tItIf men Insist on forsaking the Colden Ilule for the golden calf If they plead the preoccupation of business an ex cuse for the neglect of civic duties It they quarantine their religion In the Sundays of the calendar antI the pews and nlsles of their churches then the fiery fooled avengers of willful blind iitss nml neglect will visit them and anurehywlll forever hold Its high carni val Hev Trunk C Tyrrell Christian Church St Louis CiroiTlh the lnn tit nturr Growth Is the foundation law of nil llvltis creatures In nature there Is no standstill A creature was never made by Cod to remain Immovable The higher we go In the forms of existence whether of plant or of brute life the more obvious becomes the law and man Is no exception to the tule Even In bin maturity when he has attained the fullness of his irmuhood and the ripeness of his yours growth Is tIntial for Ihe seryI existence of mnn Itev W Hulllvnii Uumnu Cuthollc tin rnoe l SCHOOL OF 011 A POTtY LADY SOMERSETS NOVEL METHOD OF AIDING TEMPERANCE CAUSE the Nulril Hnicllti VViiliimi Luster Inln lIft Ian nl lntniir Cnlli nuil Iliiilrntiir lu IMuiMlc Tlirni In tier Art ut rulilli Misc Ulii i Lady Henry Somerset innilo an Inno vation III tcinHriince work In Knxlnud tills HuminiT which attracted wide 1111 tention She ctahll hc umnicr school for temperance workers iniu hors itt Iii V hllIlIIIIIr tin Nation nl lInt Isli Tt iiiieruuci iiHMiKlatloii She iiiiti her beautiful caxtlc Kntnor at Iedbury fur her xehoil She eiilerlMln ed llfly tflrN under her own roof for live days hcrclf turned Instructor and llIhII1 ithiicitlt hir ytilIg try wnmcli up to lie nrt of public scheme Itt k laily Henry xiiy of lieI Here have my home my oxMrl- ence my Rhlll1110 ilo us plea e Km hinil Is III it frightful condition tar as hits Ilipior Ira lllc Is conccrnril ItI unytlilnc it Krowlni inure ilrunkcn rather than htitt Our women are Ii Iomlm more addicted to Ihe ilrluU hub It dont like to say that Im ilNiiiur uirctl lint um Tin prohlem confront UK U mure erluus even than it In Auierlen fancy hnll the Llllleil SlaleH next yeur to Line mc consultations WIllie um iiliiil mid over our rail url to ttceure iniier le liitliiii lo mit hint In the tempeinliee wolU which we iiigiIMI W141I ii uttttliihiletI liii vi reason for nnieh hope III the 11iellce of HIHli nil urKnirHtliin i IhcM yoillic wuniiii In my Inmi imhiy rejire cut In fini lhe e ilrU are Ihe illllil eme which n ueliernllon from How Hhall Irllllo ehiit i lie igihs tutu wllich tshiuy- sri toll log in ncioniill h Thr MliiMil wa MIMIIICII on 1 plan very ultnllar to till wort ilmie In Amor Irnu ojllece ilnrlmr Hie tiimmer month e lit ihy Henry leclnred several llmeit III n talk on How lo Make n Illlillo Npccch tally ilenleil titles to this Ifleei hat uln hail learned tin art of eechiniklnu from nn aetrex a carefully llIiIIillsiIre of tniy IIII il have Ntllille lIihihiit tlon It nn nrt jnt nt lncln ami ileervcH the liet of iiiitit ntleiitlnn I iannot lie mnNtereil without careful a t out hiti Illlt plea e do not cite rreilenre til thoi fiHilhh Mtnrle nlNint me No ne tnN ever had n hand In my Inilnlm a ptitillo Hpoaker Von can IKHOIIIH Rood sii4m ors hy merely ihlnkin till yuiirNilviH olnervlnc ami iiraciielm Iteniemher ntiove nil t Iii ii gs that you ill ii nttnek thN foe of Inlempernnoe with vvciiHim of Intilllcence The day linn cone hy when any good will lie stout liy entlmeiiliillrini 1rerent your unltjeet dU lilt iuIsuui ely It It Ihe Krente vital 1111111 of our times Master yotir material Know what yon are collie to ny leel your Hiiliject Iay attention Ie lie little thlncx Stand on Ihe platform oirrlct ly AH a rule dont q huts toetry to your nndhiiee nn well Dont wear Rlovet l ont wear vtlU Dont wear hilt Somelhlm wilt lx sure to III1IAnrllIndy Henry then read her IulhthIKlrl Mtudenls A tern ha in 11 tioud tyIiurK Hjuivh nn a moiUl The Hiinuner nclimil irIgra iii iota In cluded Motile leHHoiu In parliamentary law Klveu by the Hon Mr Itertraml ItUsoll Koneral Kecretary of the young vvoitiens linuiches of the anxnclatlnu Mrs luitsell U n Ilillndelphlaii by hlrth Her Imslintnl yountir broth er to Karl ItiiKHcll whose trial tor il ga lily this ill iii hIVE created mioh an amount of talk on Ioth Hide of the water Mr Itiimtvll was Misn Alva SmithA well known woman physician of IllrmlnRhnm Dr Mary Sturge con dueled classes In phyxlology from the 1111111IE Ylldnn D U lord blntiop of Onlcutta primate of India tIt Rev L M Ixltt of New ealnnd nml Ihe Rev hours R Sander M L rerlnr of niMnorIndy theory Someret nil extreme ly rellclou I woman She believes Irm ly tint temperance merely a mean to nn end that of high Christian llv ItiB She therefore endeavored In tier summer school to make Ihlc religion spirit predominant lo ill brK on the etiiiiotils her deepest purpouc In work lug till temperance ttOi iTeiieIirrntIee Arrow Lt you tvlili III kttii tiIl IIr tlhut kppp out of this niloon It Ie mneh easier to rectify whlky than It to rectify Ih1111 eanse llcellKe Is lint Intended lo stop t he liquor Iralllr hut to perpetuate It by law It the ialoon Ic wroni nn all ndmlt can any nmonnt of money make It rllhl1IThe niloon make more criminal than Ih eli ii rlI makes converts If you want a cool head and 1 clenr brain keep clear of the saloon Ihrln linn Work Yunr Hoy Mr Hoy Ilint wax my hoyerltsl a plerelne voice A temperance lecturer had thrown upon the screen a photograph of a boy dylnc In delirium trcmens It wa country town and Ihe photo arnph had been taken In a distant city Hut the mother heart knew and claimed the hay Thai was my boy fche exclaimed All xhe swiMined away Afterward she hI Yes co on and nhow the picture nil youwMi It may NittK Nome other motheri the rllnt from Ike sam ttrrtbU fvtv CUT RATES By MADGE SUTHERLAND OLAKKt Cuirllil iiiS Miln SullirrUnil lie t Jack Corlears turtle slowly nwny troUt the door of Ihe cut rate ticket of Hce In Siivannah He had staked all he had on a venture and lust and now he wauled lo get buck to New York There at lenst wan life and If he wis to sIn eve III preferred to do It where he might gain some amusement during the priMSs Ileslde In New York the unexpected was always likely to Imp poll and chanct a ill hange ver the only gods on his altar The day itt fore he had pawned Ills watch lilt leather valise and Ills uperitnouK clothing Thin morning after paying his hotel bill he had just fs left In his pocket The regular fare to New York by boat was 20 by rail I2 The calpcrx olllce could do little better tot him Hi stared rot n moment III Hie lug blue Id ten on the window of Ihe of lice then turned on Ills heel As he did so n thickset men with a red face and it light overcoat came out of the ticket olllcj Ho cliipiMil rorlears fn nail iarby on the 11I1IkISev here hI wild heard you ask lug ubout cut tutus to New York If youve got nerve enough to take the chances lit tlila Ill sll It till 3 nUll what cigars youve got about you lie held up a liuiig Momewlmt soiled rail way ticket much Ntamped and counter Htamped In blue and red Ink bought It of a fellow In Sew York lust week for Sill He said It was square re tutu ticket train Saatinah that he hadnt used because In went to Ixaitlrst Ive Htrnek an easy tiling lsit so Im going to stay and dont want It nrhtuu rut looked attentively nl Ihe ticket It was n rather dubious look lug affair hunt the lowest slip was marked Savannah nml the uppermost OUt Nit York It was It chiuue hu seired It t 1111111 ln Mid- If youve got gall enough youll work II itiiess youll have lo bluff some hut youre n swell looking ihnp iAn IhllllI hells orhut gave him f3 and drew three cigars from his pocket Theyre nil have about me hut theyre good ones Ill leave yon one for luck sild the roth fa ceil man So long Corlears stood for nn Instant making his plans Then he xvalked to Ih1 pawnshop and redeemed his valise itt means of some newspapers and a few stones he added the necessary weight then he lunched bought a clean collar and strolled to the station When Cor lears stepped on the north bound triilu that evening two porters vied for tilt honor of carrvlng his valise Pullman ills way salt Smoker xald Corlears sententious 111 When the conductor made hi llrst round Corlear handed him his ticket without looking up from his paper The man glanced casually at It then examine It carefully After that he took n long look at Corlears who ob served him In tIn mirror opposite Where did you buy this ticket he nuked In Savannah of course said Cor tears carelessly WlienV This afternoon Ho took the ticket away with him Through the glass door Corlears could see him In earnest colloquy with i brakemnn At last he returned There Is something crooked about thIs ticket sir Corlears looked Incredulous What do you mean by thiatr he asked sharply Well till road hasnt Issued that kind of excursion ticket since the l ot November It was good for 0 days you know The conductors tone was almost apologetic Look at the date should tiny that would settle It Corlears looked bored Well wo think the slates been al tered The I has been changed to n nmklnc the date January Instead of September X- Corlenrn scrutinized till ticket me no evidence of It he soul coldly However Its no affair of mine bought the ticket and paid for It thn road Is responsible cOIliduclorturned away The plot thickens orients ald to himself Anyhow am two hours nearer New York than wn In Sa vannah He went to sleep At 10 oclock the train ran Into Columbia when a new conductor came on InI shout an hour Corlears sa whim proach though he pretended to be still asleep The new man was very direct tO his methods Look hrer he said stinking Cor beats by the arm Title ticket wont go I gue It will go its far Rc New York he returned easily and then Ill see Mr Howson and tell him lies tot some foot conductors on thIs end of thin line There Iii use In blurting the man growled Klther youve been taken In yourself or youre trying In fool us Somebodys trying to bent Ihe road out ot a fare and tell you It wont wit h me- Corlears looked the man up and down What do you propose to In about II he asked contemptuously Either collect the fart or put you off Corlears looked him squarely In the eyes Youll do neither hit said As It Is jou will loc e your place When lose my place It wont for giving beats trot rides to New York If you was the president sun Inlow and had nothing better lo show for It than t hue hen good till nothing aMMo ytn4 have H pay uptar set silT HuCorlears nonchalantly drew a bill from hits pocket It wan his hint one nml held It up lo the conductor Here keep Ibis for your elf and for tin Lords sake let lilt alone The mans surly face lowered angri ly aint that kind he growled doggedly iiiul motioned to hrukcmaii Then he raised lilt hand to the ubove his head Ill give you it o mlnules lo decide he said A hrnkcnmn and trainman joiuil the group Corlears MI Isis face linn ly guess Ive had more than 0 worlh suit of hat ticket he itssussi- to himself The conductor looked III him sullenly watch III hand Well growled Then lie pnl tin cord the train slowed up iimi Cor learn found himself standing beside the slit ivy Unlk lug 1111111 1llIt In the distance AH IIII ruin moed past him CoHcars was conscious I man standing motionless on the other subtiC the track It was ibMilnte HCMII that lull about them The pale light of waning winter moon fell up OU long wastes of snow covered llclds broken here and there by lines firI black iHiplarn and defined nt tin east era edge by a long stretch of woods The two men became conscious of each other apparently at the same moment The man across the track wore a silk hat and looked like a clergyman Youve iloiu a pretty Clever thing he said drawing n pistol from his pocket alit taking deliberate aim at Cotton rs but you dont tlnd in i wholly unprepared Corlcarn laughed grimly Thats where you have the advantage of mi I admit that am altogether unprepar ed throw up my hands Youll hardly Hud U worth while robbing me however as Ive Just been put tilT the train for lack of car fare The man put up his revolver Kx cuse my mistake he said politely jumped till the train on tin other nidi Im not highwayman but took you for something worse Do you know the country 1 Corlenrs shook Ids head About midway between Columbia and ChI should say The man Hemmed him narrowly What are yon going to do t he said Corlears set his tieth Walk to the next station If dont freeze on the way and after 1I1111t to New York some way You say that yon have no money Ive Just Mi There was a pause The man appeared to be considering At lust he spoke If joud lila to earn I can put you In the way of It should bo delighted Corlears din tvhtt Ironically might earn it shoveling snow Theres a good deal of it about Im perfectly serious the man re joined Listen You want to go to New York want to keep awny from It bought a ticket to New York hint I left Hie train when It slowed up to put yon silT Ive cr changed my mind Corlears nodded see he said Very ntoitisili are about my height and build Change clothes with me take my ticket 11111111111 the next station and board the tlrst train for New York ttiii meet my anxious friends and they offer you pressing attentions dont decline them on the score of being some one else And thitiiY The man smiled You wilt lie taken excellent care of and you will be met at tIn Crand Central station with carriage Then they will discover their mistake and they will apologize III till meantime you will have gust to New York ami yon will be SIHI rllhII He counted out live crisp new Sltm bills orion rs saw them distinctly In tilt moonlight Is It a bargain Corlears trudged on In silence for moment Let me see your ticket please Tin man handed It to him Its good for stopovers I see so can use It nil right TIll mans eyes glittered Do yon agree he 4I1IcIInrly Ill take the ticket Corlears said slowly ami hi exchange for It Ill swap clothes with you and Ill keep my mouth shut until we gut to New York but you van keep the ifVH- IDont a fool saul the man II will be worth more than that to me If It works Corlears shook his head tried to bent tin railroad company out of a tart I must admit he IIpiled liut usually plums fair haveni made munch of n success of my life bul Ive lived It squarely so tar Its habit suppose The man nave a kind of groan Cod knows wish could say as much The exchange of clothing was quick ly made Im In a stovepipe hat Coiiti rut said with a laugh though Its rather cold comfort In this snow heap Coodby said till man nud he ran quickly off III the opposite direction his long black shadow trailing gro tsutttiehy uttlsr tutu The next morning when Corlears footsore and hungry wnlked into the little station at lUankville he found two tutu there lounging by the stove They stood tw slde him nt the lunch counter and when he finally boarded north bound trnlu they entered with him ansi look tItllt behind him Cnrlears smiled to himself When the train reached Charlotte hoy came on with the morning papers Porlenrs bought one William Hrand the defaulting cash ler of the Wlnderton bank has been raced to Savannah It Is supposed tha lie has with him some 0iOo In blll suit gold A large force of detective Is working on his case anti his speed capture Is looked for He was burin1 In elllgy last night by the people of V us levI on many of whom nre reduced to penury through his peculations Im glad kept clear of that vm orIon re said to himself Then he fell ii shetpsir he vti utterly worn out Takes It cool doesnt he said one lit the men behind Corlears Wonder If iv Juiowk the name up d OurNEW Serial EDWARDBLAKE COLLEGESTUDENT By Rev Chas M- Sheldon willcommence THURSDAY Dec 5 1901 Be sure and read this SPLENDIDSTORY Iioi ij 1W E l vLANT ThE PPrAVIDF IDE Wr r Bicknell Early BUY AND BUlLDTrpiistirr Osborne has several tutu building lots ill dilleront parts of tho town for sale cheap to persons who drain to build and make a homo in Bores BUY 1r1 c Nr r M E SEWING MACHINE Do not bo deceived by llmso who nil vertii6 a 6000 ScwtiiBMacblno fur 2000 ThIs kluith of n machine tnu be bought front us or any of our denluw fniuflj00to 1800- WE MAKE VARiETY THE NEW HOME IS THE BEST Tho Fowl IctprinliHs tbc stnimigttu woiikiiCMH of Hewlnj laehiui Tli l ouble IetMl combined lilt till itronj points nmkcti tin LI nails time best Sewing Miulilno to buy the wIIOlOf CIRCULADSMhwln Stri Athi manufacturiiiml lira Idur 15tirtii THE NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE 60- ORANQC MOSS UnlnnR1 N Y hlttug I11Atiitiiti JU t loullJtlo DitllnsT S Kr Mrbro FOR SALt lSISCO a CO HicholBsvlllB Ky THE CITIZEN BEREA KYNOVEMBER 21 1901 Jackson County Sundayschool Convention The Jackson County Sunday school Convention met in McKee Sntuidny Nov B The Sunday schools from nil parts of the County were well represented Mr C A Vnu Winkle called tho mooting jnler The order of exorcises was xsR follows devotional service led I Rev S Smith song by McKee Qua let Address of Welcome which was cordial iu the extreme was delivered by our elever superintendent Mr Go C Moore response by Mr1 Allen Powell song by Kirby Ku Quartet Mr C A VanWinkle was1 then made Chairman of the come tion and Mrs Fauuio M Colyer Sec retary Miss Mary J Baker read a paper on Primary Work solo by Secretary Will C Gamble of Berea1 Kt v Jas Baker gave a brief but ini ChildI11OadMy item Superintendent by Mr has ClickIilr Ideal Secretary by Mr John McIntosh Rev It H Hogan of tho Biblo Institute of Chi sago spoke of thoSpiritual Prepara lion ot teachers and officers song by Kirby Knob Quartet intermission basket dinner with lotsof good things to eat AFTERNOON SERVICES Song ervioe led by Sec Gamble prayer by Rev Van Winkle Rev ilognn again favored the with a talk on the connmtionI Blessedness of a Life of uoss houg by McKee Quartet Memorizing Bible Verses by lrl JC IollIr heuhtnpouded to by Rev Hogan and others Mr Gamble spoke of his experience in Evangelistic Work in the Sundayr school and tho good that resulted Exorcises closed by singing When the Roll is Called up Yonder County officers were chosen as follows Pres Miss Mary J Bakeril McKee Sec and Treas Jas S Reynolds McKee DISTRICT VICEPRESIDENTS No L Mrs CoraSmith McKee No 2 W II Peters Nnthanton No 3 H F Minter Welchburg SOj John McIntosh Colliusworth No 5 Miss Eva Click Kirby Knob FANNIE M COLLIEII Sec BIHTHDVV 101315 OF TIIK OKNTUKY This is the title ofan volume published by attractioI of Chicago and the author fcor Ernest G Dodge of Bereas class of 1SJ3 The poems as a whole are of more interest perhaps to the schol ar and thinker than to the average manIt is a bold and original conceptionS to undertake imaginative scriptive of the life of our most sav ego ancestors Tho has a weird charm and iIlllstrationsh that give one u creepy feeling- It is iu the shorter and less ambi a lions poems at the end of the volume that wo find most satisfaction and we counsel tho reader to begin with these Such pieces as The Joy of Trying and Lovers Riches Three Greetings leave a glow in tho heart Here is one of the simu pleat and sweetestBiiuir JlallaIR a little deaj baby nut I havent been born In vain Ite brought to the earth a little menage In through the rates of pain rer what a life for anyway Worthy of mi honest pride lIlt Isnt to leave things better littHUMi we have lived and died And that I have done already People hearts are tenderer grown Tbfy think ttlller thoughts and Urrnuto have come and flown oolerI IOJtIllIIrnr IAMUNO or TIlE The bnalilDg waves dashed high Ou the tkwn and rockbound tout 11111lrThe bill and water oer tTbtn a band of vxlles moored their liarkIOu the wild New England shore Kot a the eoiiitnror uuuir They the true lot with the roll of IrumlaOr the trut that ino of fame Kot as the tiyurg CUWIIll Dce and In fear They shook the depths of the 1eerts gloom With their hymns of lofty ehoo- rAmklt ikf ituru they sang And lb Stan hudand the sa And the loutiulrut ultletof the dim wooiti rang To the ANT1IRM OK TIIK Fluff rhe ocean eagle tutted non hit nest by the white wavae foam nd the rocking pines of the forest roar d This was their welcome home 18rlihtThe wealth of peas the oils of war They sought falths pure ohrloJAye call It holy ground The spot where flrst they trod They tefoundFBEKDOU TO TTORlltir GOD CORRESPONDENCE IMadison County Ieytoiitown toBorn on Nov S to Mr and Mr It Harris a son sl IYJonafl Fife came home from Cin cinuati to vote stud visit his taulfl Mrs Maria Miller is visiting rel stares at Paint LickIHunting hex commenced around hero bRn had a grand time at Sunday school last Sunday Miss X V Miller our dayschool teacher gave a lino address Other speakers ad dressed the school Mr and Mrs Harry Turner visited John Turner near Taylors Forkt last Sunday Mr and Mrs Jonas Fife entertain ed n number of visitors Sunday Our public school will close Nov 27 Public examination IIl1dex hibition of work will be held during day A grand eutertainmeut Iri1 follow at night at the church iQuite a crowd from her attended the church meeting at tho First Hap tist Church Richmond last Saturday Mrs Sarah Martin gave a vlryHUl cessfulsad enjoyable supper Sitar day night to bothold and young Howard Tribblo of Paint Lick was here visiting last Sunday J C Buruain of Berea yens Sunday hltoil IIr and Mrs G L Campbell guests of Mr and Mrs IenI Tevis at Silver Creek Sunday IIIrlgularday U rn8sUolclCUncle Harry Todd the peddler isI this neighborhood business Todd Bros and W D Logsdou are hauling a great many railroad tins We are glad to see Coloy Ogg oil again after his illness Who frowed dat brickItt tIllJ Madison Republican TickltItH A Lame will close his school on Saturday Nov 23 with appropriateI exercises in the now Exercises to commence at tii P111t All are imitedIA nourishing Suudnyschool is be ing conducted at Hisles ChurchtSupt Wagers visited the schools in this region last Thursday Jared White and wife have returned from Cincinnati 0 and will spend the winter at homo N G Todd has purchased the J Ogg farm Milt Newman will soon move from Richmond to his mothers farm near Sam Maupiu is preparing to build now dwelling Jackson CountvITyner Corn gathering has begun Our Sunday school is progressing the superintendence of Mr H Reynolds There are 6i scholars Our debating society meets every Friday The subject for next week ill Resolved That the Civil War could have boon justly averted The boxsupper at this place Saturday night was a great success TheJj returns from tho entertainment wore 1120 The will bo used for painting the 8choolhousl1I Henry Combs who is teaching infOwsley County came home for boxsupper Sydney Combs visited homo folks L st week and attended the Sunday Convention at McKee T P Bullock our Sunday school leader is busy hunting corn for James Hamilton Gilbert Reynolds has returned from visit to relatives in Oivsley County Sherman Anderson is preparing to return to Owsley County W R Reynolds is out on a trip selling groceries to the merchants CITIZEN Long life and great success to TUB Kirby Knob Mrs C A Smith ann Miss Daisy Parsons visited Clover Bottom Sun last SuudayC1D M Click wont to McKee Mon thdayFred Johnson of Silver Creek at nded Sunduysah ol at Kirby Knob Iwt Sunday Jim Click has bought Win Uuckers farm Miss OHio Lane attoided Siindny school at Kirby Knob Inst Sunday Washington County- r ISpringfield tits mum agemeut of Miss M H Givtms and A C Gowtly i in hut condition The nttendanco is exrolleut iUIIlighBrickmaking lull closed for thi season TIll output hero wax above 000000 C H Phut who is teaching iu- Fredoricktown attended church hen last Sunday Two largo hotels IUIII toil dwi lliug houses mire in course of ercntion at this place Daver on is pioud of his IIpositiolJ in the telephone cervirc Miss Bessin Adams is fxpcotiiitr toj attend school iu Heron tlm winter1 term Mason County 11181110iJerry Moore outs of Muysvillcs jspected citizens Bird Friday nIwas buried Sunda evening funeral was largely attended from Plymouth Baptist hutlhIIJlcry Mollit pneumonia is Mrs Ants IVarl ItlllitIII nt her home on Maddox St Mrs Mary Stevens addn stil th Sunday hchool of iln Plvmtxith Church Sunday morning llr rImarks were interesting stud t jUlIIIj Mrs Charlotte Lewis and husband flutlIson Miss Miunio Carr n ttirnid home IOIHI after nn extended trip lu TenntThe piiniHry dttpxrtmetil of tholi Filth Street High School give a Thanksgiving t1rllliUnItIIII for the purpose of piano at their school Juite a number of tilt Bounty teachers wern in fist Iitv Suturdny t IiScarletDr Harriutrton pnwched nt Itnlliel Church Sunday morning and tmui ing Rockcastle County HncldordIMr anti Mrs J S 11addle return ed from a visit to Wagersvillo Friday Rev A R Smith preached at Scaffold Cano Church Sunday Joseph Bullen left for lal1Tex TuesdllYIhas returned home Miss Dora Viarn accompanying her Miss Syreimiu Ogg and brother Ebb visited relatives hurts lust week Harrison laggard eolortdof IIfarmder sonic time next week Mrs Laura Jones is on tint sick list this MihH wlekISCreek Muster Preston Cook is on the Hick Sore eyes have broken out iu Scat Cano school S3OOOO THE HOME HOUSEHOLDERS PERMIT The Collego is making the paitner fillip between itsell stud the families that board students little moro dofi situ for the benefit of1X111 wittier by issuing permits of till following forte HERI2A OII- EOlGrantstotli is muaEmoLnhutS PinuuT 10 ludgc and Ixmul slidtiils not mnmbtirs of his fmniU during UIH school your tliditiK with Comiuttnco- iniiit Juno The IlI1till its mrl UXIIHW t discipline lJIlttlll who fails t nutxmlN J to ugretiiiitiiit or to timil hits in respectful innnnor and riiiiuNtH a prompt notice of any such rose The Householder pnnuislri Horxfli liach day after IhItwing moth psr inoniiiiK nifnl if inoio tvnviiiiiint nligidiis nxfniHfH shull ho condialcd by the HoiiMfholdrr u tiy SOUK one apfainttrt by tiiiu in which a KirtiiMi of Sfripluit shall IN reeda prayer oUtrIIr Iblmu v led in rtpiaiiiK lilt Lunls Prat er in diivuiit UIHIIII T If pmriirt hilt a religious snug shall Ialii Cf dullness HOIIM mid fttiic hull bo kept iu oral Oltir lIud nril IIiIand etioking ultujIH RrrnpliIOllsI1 cltlill SlltOlh pillow cesC n tow sus to provuled and Inumlritslh omjIAfHM Prowl stall t H such is eatable lor nliiiifuts aunt planned with rofuioi tn bttthhrhtr ihnii to pltMso the Mstu of MciilMr yiHiug Mupl Ibr Matron dltstsksnub advice aud uiptructimi an the lolltbl talc furnish in llW nmller of wholxt- iOlllO feast liffHtrltiifut ivy CHDIIIit rlI cKrritdIstudent oouuoriiml but un UUUVHIMI lion shall hr allowctl HIIIOHK wluilnuU or others in the Nay of unkindly cril luihin or uUtlrInnd for l oyw uuiler flfiiwu Ihe Hoiifliol l r bllil1l1li r purl Uilli fully nnd fullyvbru nwhwi coucwu till ball luut of ouug nifu in In homo ua1U OOLLa11I by House hokir ChairiUHn of Commit let Tim residents of Horni CBTH hav soot a tfer of tliitnkH to Iifj f bbu- Gould of Xnw York for Urn library of r00 volunits sirs lttoo11 to the schools of that plitmt UPt huii lrtHl stud twelve authors are rfpiocnted the collection Gco W Piirkuy the nidiawnko mirchaut and poliuiisti of Dixpu tauta offers to lakn eggs ou siibsorip tions to Till CITIZKN niid says lies willI give the Huhsuribor u gitnl liioiint- Mi Isaac Todd jtotnmsiir at Rockford says its is nut running opposition to Mr Purk y but hit thinks o much of TIIK CITIZBN Iud is so anxious for people to take that he will gist the huiui discount to sub scriber as Mr Pnrkoy and a lIilkII hoot HOIINOS to runt for till Winter will soon ho all taken Inn sbonii has a few for peopl who wish to scull children to school Your OpportunityIIS AT HAND DO NOT TURN AWAY FROM SUCH AN OPPORTUNITY Read every word of this adv and then act THE WEEKLY INTER OCEAN- Will distribute absolutely tree among its subscribers old and now just before Christmas IN PRESENTS Gifts include f pianos 10 organs 10 Hewing iimchincs ft 1l1urin self piano players cooking tangos a Dockash hoators 10 graplnphon r plete over 100 inn musical instruments soul float bicycle furs llm 111111I nory clothing boautiful oil paiutingH 10 gold watches portraits utlerycameras and hundreds of other high class prHUIIIKIISend a postal curd for complete list of gifts and e Great Distribution Remember till cost is IIltHollltl nothing to now Hub cribor8 of TilE WEEKLY INTEII OCfASIThe Citizen complaint Iud the WEEKLY INTKIt OCEAN out your for S100 Each Hiibscriber is entitled to FOUR fiats in thirontrt Iran Uiuiit dirltll t THI CITIZKN Hwren Ky THE SCHOOL NuriFIXING UP THE SCHOOLHOUSE What Teacher and Children cnn d 0I What the Trustees ought to do It is tits business of the trustees to put tho schoolhotiso in Will oondi tiou This means that it should ho fixed that tint childron vast spend sovontl hours a day then iu whist and oonifdit and have n good chance to study triooThe trolls must shut out wind The yfoor dates uindows must all bo tight so that the tooth will ho wrung limn must bo plenty of tiylil- Tho window must bo tiledso that tlioy can is t opoiif l oasily to Im il- lfr1 air J he itluer must bo largo nuongh to lidrpipo UIIIIchilllllll sc llxcd that the huts will draw lull unit thon will t iou ilmigor of tutting firs to ihoj budditKI miit hI shed oulsUlit for try Hxf and kindling TtiKre must IHI a IIHM Hrlk so that ilio vtiildton can LHino to flits dour ini NUt Htmlhur without g ding their foot coioiod ith mud Thoio must txi xHttnhtr INIsMits u1 dunks and hlMekhOtullI Iho UI11litunll taut ll MVK 111IttftltaI it in this duly of the lrustinjrIUHI that rilll to take can of the oso NJW lit us supK io it rasa whit the triinUHi HIM dilatory NVIint can tho iMiilior do IVs will siippoH that shin is n Hiug girl todchiut IlIIrJ lard school Even Men slit noml Out give up Iu till first plao ells must notify tun triisttt ol thuIPI of tits JMilioolLoii Sin should do Ibis boforw th scliool UlllfU OIM again every n1 till the impairs are IIInllf Lot hiT politely Ixwicgo ho tJlIIIIIns for H below iu the Uiblo iMsiogml Ihr uujuni UKO Iu the xexl phuo hIII11t notify the county 1IUltttriltluUcIJIIt Iu the third place if the trulolIstili uiKlfo their dutyshe must call upon ill Ib lIiKhbuti n omUiu SHtunlay lo coun uud fix up llIclioolhoocK She nhonld all uywortl of hhtlllt about the truMin but simply toll the mrcntn that tint ulHiOlhouso iiiixls thiucAnd in this last placo ifall these CllIIII fail htio should go to work with Ihr chdilren luau fix it up Imtsolf Thu children CUll bring tint Metier for a walk and nil up the oinuks with mos 11oldllr IKJYH will hryproud to iiioud throof and build n woodshed The older girls will un joy wporing till walls wih oopioi of lna CITIIKS MI arrnngisl as to hlivt h row of piutiiMo nil around the room And tonuhtrs must expect to hpoiid fioiiit bouts fur their suluxils Ifit o niMtMsary lot the toachor buywith tsl hr own iiioiiny a goutHtm cud lovo blur lour sasliwM of glioH and bluett bla ld11u wholo outfit would not ooit uliovo Sift aunt slit could woll afford it in order to hove a ginxl school If tho itistriot did not up pruciiito it and pay her for it sho should ako hor furnishings 1tl1II whun tho school in over thin the nhiHillnniKi III toil lif filed nj YOUR POSTMASTERIIIIs the nut honzfd agent for Ing IITIZKN Girt him FIFTY CENTS nnd ho will solid it to us HlldII wo will stud you Tho Neatest Cloiipcst Newsy Nowspapor rourtiter road fifty two times chtlt1k for a year ITHE FARM kttial h SI loIIOlOIrllfehr il iilun lima OollcKiv FARM POULTRY DOES PAY Ifn could gut correct returns in iigaid to flit poultry industry of tilts Guard SlHtoH dont know whether the shotting for this lieu IIUHIIIOHH of the ciiiinlry would oxcowl till pub lashed UKUICH or not and really dont euro vory much Of COIIIHO it ofImen who think that thus toultry business isnt a grownup businesN anyway stud that it is a piotty south business for moii lo ongago in wiles hoy 1110 oiipplod or in some nay incapacitated fur tllliug a good scjuare days work ut anything olso hut altir till the itvoiago tumor lad his flllllilIUU inoio Hiixniiis to Iludcoil whit i hoy can do with poultry tbetlitr it tvill pay tlixiii or not thin they aroto hlllIIlIt just how many pounds of iliickiii mont wad dooim of eggs arts produce in tho wholo oMintry tins yoar or miy ot tier your Itt niipMiso thin huff no oat Vin ont fmiith of all till fannem in Inns oouutry ulio keop poultry know HOI whether thoy are keeping it wellINIioust luoic than Ihoy cans lo stud wouldnt hnvi 011a on the form rII ivoi t Ir luiving eggs and chirk to out Dm still thiy dun t know whothor heir Kjullry Irot fur tiny neor kept any Hivonnt ofeither eggs and chiekeuN usisl or MolIor for tho foixt oonsiiinetl by tin fowls Olhors will say Oh yes our IIIIithoir fowls hint you or any nther wlr and thoy dont know never kept not uooount Hut whether farmers keep an account nr nut whothor they know it or not xntrv btshccnI111llfowls thoso that horn lu shift theiiist s most of the time nt very least pays their way Take tho sumo llock and give them hiss lour foo l cud sholtur that all furm Hiultry should hMO stud may horn thJIill flay the owner n big profit the invonlniHut know of 0110 tlock of common hens that List your MH tlmirowimra chmr piotit ol J2i 0 htvid stud with n hullo lather managemHiit ought hnvo pod M Cents her lewd moro Inmi a llock f JlllwIHlOI Plymouth Itouks wo iuivti ohtllilwdIII avorago of II intro eggs par lieu iu tho liuurMi of 12 niunihs old thorn isnt n fiirnni III tho I tiittil StattiM who eannot do as oil provid ed ho will tnku tin jiains to learn how to unto for hi ioiillry so as to induao tho item to du thoir bent nt tilt egg busiiiMst hlNNr lnin in Tin elpnl 11r- niURIi5I IIRKS CAUTION- So far thin full tit have nut stiller much fnun lorosi lees Lot all Ixj on IIH lixikoiii to prevent any damage u this ditovtion this yunr Everything s fry dry leaves urn falling Iud a Tory simdl spark nasty CIIIINM much lo s of property nail oven losn of lift if allowed to tollnuralg or stubble He raielul A MltlCKAI OIIICIC- Tho inidersigniMl will gar a tots pitof liiilrliiiiis Stonmch stud Liver Tablets ant one wart a reliable rudy for disorders of tho stomach hili tisno s ur constipa This m a use leincdy studn good olio S Iv elchlr BEREA COLLEGE FoundedI jPlaces the Best Education in Reach of All Over t3O Triicliors MOO StuiloiitH Ironi 2O Stilton IjitrguNt College Mlirury In Kentucky NO HALOONH- Triulu Schools Ciirpontry Printing 011 turk Nursing two yoars Aloilol Schools Oenoral diicatioii itiil fitting for advancodcoursos Jor tliOKr mifflniently iidviiiirnl in yit n tfnclier certificate Applied Sulonco Two years comas with Agriculture for young titan and Domrstic Science for young ladies Norinul Courso Two yours with practico touching Aciidonij Coinso lour years ting for Tillage for humiions nnd Uollogo Oou rite Literary Philosophical Classical for lifo Music Itocxl Organ Choral free Vocal Piauo Theory Wo art hurts to hale all who will holp thoniHolvoH toward n Christian edu cation Our iiiHtriiition is n frets gift StudontH pay a nmall incitlental foe payror2400 shout l 14 to bo paid ill advance The flchool in endorsed by Baptists CongrogationaHst Disciplon Method ProMbytoriaiiH and good people of denominations For information and friendly advice address the Secretary KrI