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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1t Kcv JOHN I With Mtivng rI IoUref III hi 11MI dan r III A Family taper UKKtiA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY NOVEMBER 28 1901 Fifty cents a year NO T IDEAS Knowledge IH u sure foundation Tim limn who knows gets to be tllfelimn who does I Enter into His gates with thanks giving anti into his courts with t praise ho thankful unto Him and bless lids unuo1sl WO 4 l delhies a sermon Anything that puts d + Gods truth into thu hearts of turn TAKE NOTICE 11INIlil1F1tn O1TNN wm II KV II TIUNKSOIVINO TOUAY Thursday with union minting in Heron Church house Preaching by Brother Herron affray 0 Conn and give thanks to God EXIIIIIITION or Muoic lillARTmst Monday night Deo 2 A very row treat for all and frwi for all Citizens are cordially invited Head thu u Facts on lost page Her Hanling U Hogan will preach at Hrodhoad at woven oclock in thu evening Saturday Nov M at Hick ory Grove at ten oclock in thu morn lug Sunday Dec I j and at Conway 1at2 pm FROM THE WIDE WORLD A monument is to bo erected f Honolulu to President McKinley All nationalities unite in the work King Edward VII of England ha conferred on his nou the Duke o Cornwall sad York the title of Prlwo- oCt Walt Iud Earlof Chester In Japan blind parsons are used as ipertn in massage Lisbon Portugal has boon suffer lug from a pest of rats A few rub won caught and inoculated with a virus ImrmltRM to man and in H very short timu tin city wan frwnl from till rodents IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Three pntottN were reccntiv issued to ConicliiiN Yandeihilt in one week Two of them me for railroad appli ance and the other for tie Inaehiaer making the new devices Oklahoma is agitating for admis sion to thin Union as a state 10 is Indian Territory There is a htrong sentiment for thin consolidation of Indian Territory ami Oklahoma stud their admission as one state A large delegation of Canadian merchants is in VashtyKj endeavor lug to arrange thu preliminaries ofa treaty of reciprocity with the United Status This Postmaster General will ask from Congress an appropriation of 0000000 for the extension of rural free postal delivery 1 Thn Government has just complot ed it dynamite gun which will throw shells a distance of over five miles limn Carroll D Wrights Labor Bureau investigations show that 75 per cent of tho employers of skilled labor require total abstinence of their employees mil 60 per cent of the em plo ers of unskillel labor demand the same President Hoo evtlts favorite hymn 1llOlIow Firms a KENTUCKY The Georgetown stud Lexington Traction Iompiiuy now building has filed nmtiidcd IIrlilItoC iiicor orii lion to incruao the capital stock from SiriWX to S2f0XX A hptwial train of seven express earn loaded with dressed turkeys was ant to Eastern cities Friday from Paris e Elder M F Hall who lists been conducting revival meetings in Allen County babtlzed sixteen converts in Long Creek on Sunday L Karem who was convicted in the Federal Court Louisville of in timidating voters was on Saturday sentenced to three months in jail with a K500 hue On Sat unlay morning the air com pressing plant at the St Bernard minus III M Charles Hopkins Coun ty buts el Lox about 8000 The regiilitr iimrterly disburse Gent or pension clainm begun at the- Louisville ollice last rook About fIXXlH0 will lo paid out It will consume ton days Ut Huv ThonuiH U Dudley Bishop of Kentucky diocese of tho Episcopal t Church hu been olfond the bishop no of the Long lalauil ditoeeu t r rwtUanaferTHE CITIZEN IVOl l3I ofEdaru FoundationC- OMMONWEALTHOF HOMEMADE TOOLS After securing the tools tint youug niiin will want to do snuu thing with them The first nccissitv m a bench mid IaMNllalthat lily young mss who is IIllIhitlOIlIlIIIOIIHh to want to lo it carpenter has enough genius to build Momttliinn list will do fur thu list and riiinplcrit wtertiseH After iiiiikini u bench a iiumbor of very uciful tools may Im iimdH with a little thought and ingenuity A i gtntgo may bo made thin hostel Hliding upon H sticku nnil driven tlnoiigh till stick slid tliurpriifd with a lila for a tcratcher stud a wedge through thu head to hold it in place tlm IA mallet nniy be made by trimming u piece of hickory or sugartree I thus This will1m found superior to a squarefaced midlet as it always ScmwIHI H aw ot lr useful small tools may INI outdo from lint anil three cornered files us they TIllrred hot and allowing it to cool grad ually whets it may be worked quite easily After it has Ixeu forged and ground to iU desired shape it should bo rntcui ered by hooting it a cherry axle and putting it into water slowly Attar this it is very hard too last for practical use and some of the temper must bo drawn that is muni be taken lout of it Heal a horseshoe and hammer the ends together in as nearly a circle as possible Meat it red hot again and hold it edgeways Next hold the tool to be tempered within this circle when it will com hasyn i about right for cutting wood It should bo a deeper straw color for a Nctew driver staid bradawl and still I liifhter for a nail sot A little oxper lance will show you about the right color then dip it slowly into water As the young mechanic proceeds in the work he will nun how many tools and appliances sissy be made as tho need for them arises There are several simple rules to bo observed iu carpentry which should bo understood from tho beginning most of them are continually in use in doing oven the simplest work In writing measurement means feet send means inches thus T6 moans 1 feet G inches In cutting stock much judgment and care must be used Always cut the largest pieces first whenever possible cut tho pieces from n board an nearly the size of thu pieces as possible Never cut a large board for a small piece if you can help it Allow enough on tho length stud width to dress properly There is one best way to do everything In cutting lumber select boards that will cut to the best advantage Rough cut to about them sizes wanted leaving enough to dross Upon each piece murk tho best side and edge as dies fact side and edge old work from those all of the tinge Cut the length first when you can but to cut tiadvantageously it is often best to cut thu width first In smoothing u board smooth them face edgo first then outs mill uuxt cut it a little long er so that when the end is planed it will be jut tho length desired Next piano it down to the required width Bo smite that all edges are perfectly square with tho face Guard against showing plane jumps or whoro the cut begins and stops I assume that a whetstone is owned IIorory one mid it should bo used snore than any other tool It is very poor economy to work with dull tools Till l the llilnl of it MTlc of panes hr Mr Ilm A Klliic of lutv College upon the ttwMiiK of uuxliiiiiliT Tin nest Hwr will riMl nf lulntrEd- A MHKHAL OfFER The undersigned will give a free tamplu of Chumboi Iains stud Liver Tablets to any StolllllchII ing n reliable remedy for the stomach biliousness or tion This is a now remedy anda good one S E Welch Jr 4IIIIIItIIItII IJt i THE MOUNTAIN FARMERS RESOURCE- This man hardly looks like a farmer And certainly tho question opines goneTaleJay taxes cash to pay the preacher cash to improve till home and the schoolhouse and to send his brightest son or daughter to colleges This means that ho must have more skill Berea College is bringing down tho great arm of Science to help tho poor man and giving instruction iu Forestry Farming and Stock raising which will Iwnefit the mountain farmers of several State I WILLIAM McKINLEY IIU llfn and XViirU IIJT tli Meiuurlal Iulilllilnc Amorlnllon We have nmdo clubbing arrangements with The Chicago later Ocean for time sale with that paper and ours of ouo of the best memorial volumes issued containing tin lift of our lot lamented Ireddlft11illian McKiu Icy The writer of the NIIHIA was a life I long friend of his a comrade iu arms I his associate in Congress was by his side before ho closed hiUtH in deaths and attended the funeral obse quies at HulTalo Washington and Canton Till OhioIj work vo volume UJxlOj inches nearly liOO pnjjes of matter coutainiugI illustrated with nearly copper Plato pictures all printed on the best lOok pajwr and bound iu a mostsub stautial manner in a finely illustrated embossed cover of cloth As stated above we had several memorial volumes presented tJ us nud uiado thu selection of this one from tho entire list It U the deter mination of this paper to give its readers the lest the marked affonis We have made arrangements with The Inter Ocean to club thti souse with our paper and t lie volume can bu secured by our rentiers in addition to the clubbing fall at the nominal price of 75 cents and 22 cents addi tional for postage Thin volume will sell its any bookstore readily for StiJ a copy Send im your oniernt once before tho edition is exhausted I I LOOK OUT for some specially good Oliibhlng Offers next week such us THE CITIZEN and tho Cincinnati Weekly Gazette THE CIT zaN and time Chicago lltekly Inter Ocean and our Special Shakonpenro Otter LOOK OUT I II An Oil Pin = Iish FREEI I I1KAV1 DItY G COME AND l Christmasis I And your WIFE 81STER OK UWKbT I1KAUT will want one of the latest nov rllle 111 Jewelry I full and see me in my NEW PLACE ON MAIN ST who re the big watch a tyn it before purchasing i I harejust received new and elegant tilde o- fSTERLING SILVER NOVELTIES and the RINGS you are Uirhiny for The ring it the linehonored seal of friendship and affection Use gift of yiftn T A ROBINSON Optician and Jeweler r Main St Berea Ky nu Guaranteed Salary 900 Men and women of good oldrrM to represent ui some to travel appointing a nta other for local work looking after our Interests stet salary KiiaranUxd yearly extra oommtxloui and ipenxii npM advancement old cUbllshed houno stand chanoo for earnest man or woman to secure pletMint permanent position and liber al inmmr New brilliant line Write at once STAFFORD PRESS 3 Clinrrh HI Nw Raven Conn K u WANTED Capable reliable person m every sent hugo company of nolld finan coal reputation fwxs oalarv per year payable weekly ti per day absolutely suits and all expen lei itraUht bona fide definite salary no com ClpenMiIHOUSiC Ml DEARBORN ST CHICAGO Bo sure and study our clubbing offer with The Weekly Inter Ocean Take advantage and secure a life of McKinley that is reliable andat small cost A New One A portrait painted in twelve shades and colors by J patent appliances that produce an Absolutely Accurate Likeness When we found out what they were we knew our customers would want them and we have arranged to handle a limited number as gifts to our new and old customers OIL FINISH is everlasting made from any photograph tintype- ABSOLUTELY FREE FOR CASH TRADE Our otTer is one bust free as soon as you i trade amount nprosenttd on tickets being distributed by our solicitors who will call forourpholpgrayttiiand got full direction lor making tho same Lady IIt IIU fine mUifwiixjmi upon sitng each purchase they cost you not I BICKM portraits razors cation Uur instructlo04- tos meet of the b for board in advance I I nothingr about Std to be r oltlThe school is eudorsed sts Presbyterians and II JEAN one year For information and titled to FOUR 4 B rM lfiyWILL O OA Yearly area Ky1 by B endlyMHLIg i trs STORE An Independent Weekly Devoted to the Interests of THE HOME FARM SCHOOL 50 CENTS A YEAR A Young Mans Success in Life often depends in largo measure on outwurd appear lilies It is his duty to dress at nil times an neatly us circumstances will allow Stylish Wellfitting Suits and Overcoats can be bought in our store for a small outlay A big stock to select from and a competent tailor always ready to snake alterations when necessary to insure perfect fit Good Suits Overcoats 8 and down Fine Suits Overcoats 10 andup e- We can fit you and please and save you money n Covington Banks Richmond Ky nn T C LOWRY ATTORNEYATLAWRichmond OFFICE IN MOBEKLEY BUILDINGMAIN STREET Collections and ReAl Estate A Soeciltv Cut this out and take it to S E Welch Jrn drug store and get a free sample Chamberlains Stom ach and Liver Tablets the best phys ic They cleanse and invigorate the t1f1IMEAT MARKET I have reopened the Meat Mar ket on Main Street Fresh Meats Dressed Poultry and Vegetables in Season M B RAMSEY Berea Ky Day Three Years in Richmond out of the sets of teeth IAnd have been made at my office thatIshow any defects I will make a free We are making the best of teeth in the world lor-I 750 and if dolomite show in ive years we give you a new set free This applies to the Ith 1 have made or am going to make the best fills iu the worldpat cents DR HOBSON Dentist Permanently located in the HobsoriBuildingnext door fo Gov Building Richmond Kentucky Reference Richmond National Bank Special Price to Students n mm INVEST WITH The Ideal Realty Guarantee Co RESERVE BETTER CONTRACTS AMQ 1 Than any other company doing u mess a he State Tlose seeking honest legitimate investments will receive our most cordial and thorough attention DR C E SMOOT MgrJCapital Steak S1OOOO + HOME OFFICE RICHMOND KY J FINE FURNITURE SALE JIt will be to your to inspect our stock before your b yjWe have the goods and will certainly meet your views as to pri pi Hardwood Oak and Mahogany Bedroom Suites Iron Beds and Couches at special bargain prices during the mouth Everything Jin the Furniture Line sGreat Sale on Carpets and Rugs for Cash We invite all Berea Friends and all Citizen Bkoribers to call and inspect before making purchases r J UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY 2 Phone 73 Night Phone 66 A all new set set all alloy 75 eminent interest our JO SaJMLIN Rich end Kya 1= o x r FallJV and Winter fItomorrowWE IInt Goods We have ANTICIPATKII your wants and arei readyT tol supply them from a large and complete stock k I I FeltandIGloves Hats Caps Umbrellas Rain Coats fYou will find us complete in STYLE QUALITYand P I and will save you money which is the greatest anticipation of DOUGLAS CRUTCHES 207 West Main Street RICHMOND CO r Mr Geo W Pow is our BEREA AGENT aad has a line tjsamples Goods can be had of his at tILe same price leo N charged in Our Store at Richmond I KYt t THE CITIZEN A Weekly Newspaper BEREA KENTUCKY Special Notice to Our Reader This paper It on tile at the ofllcc of Tho Chi tgo Inter Ocean 106108110 East Monroe Street Chicago where our readers will be courteously greeted who mar care to call upon The Inter Ocean for a lour of Inspection and slghteecing through its magnificent building lu which can Ve found every mechanical and scientific Im provement of the age In connection with the needs of a great newspaper It Is a rare treat to any one Interested In the subject and should b taken advantage of Be On The Winning Side It has sometimes been said tha there was ono slight objection to at tending Berea It is acknowledged that Berea offers the best instruction and the lowest prices and is attended by the best class of students as a whole But some people still say Will it not hurt us to attend a school where colored students are admitted t We are ready to meet that question squarely In the first place hundreds of the beat young people have attended Berea aud not one of them has been hurt in any way In the second place there is no socialcompulsionno one is com pelled to associate with anyone whom he does not wish to associate with And in the third place Bereas way ib right it is Christian and it is the way which now prevails in almost every great school the worldover It ought to be known that the idea ofexcluding people from higher institutions of learning simply because they are colored is only prevalent among a very few people If a col ored person is really of good charac ter and fit to be in a college class it is not sensible to exclude him This does not at all mean that we should encourage intermarriage be tween diverse races Mr Hamilton W Mabie of New York who is one of the few living America rfvliO are known for their genius throughout the wholo world spoke in Berea last week At the close of his address in Chapel Pres Frost asked him to tell the students whether Bereas way was the way of the world in general In reply Mr Ma bie said that in the opinion of the old world and the new except a small portion of the United States it was proper to meet in the Berea way any person of good moral character Not one would hesitate to do so unless he felt insecure in his own social posi tion This custom has continued for ages without leading to a mingling of diverse races So that in this matter of caste prejudice which is simply one of the leavings of slavery it is ertain that Berea is on the winning Lie for it is a portion of a few imthern States against the world Conference of College Men The students of the State will be interested in the Conference of the College Young Mens Christian Associations of Kentucky to be held in Lexington beginning Friday fternoon Dec 6 and continuing through Sunday Dec 8 This con nronce is being arranged by the lisle Executive Committee of the Ken Mens Christian Associations and will be a gathering of dedided strength andattractive pU8 Eachof the student associations in the Tate will send large dele gations u yj a total attendance of 200 students fa expected Among those expected to partici pate in the progranrae Rev Carter Hejm Jones D D Rev Henry H anti Prof Win H MSl1fJues D pof Louisville Pres W fj tfrfcst D Dof Berea College Rev Irilrti N Foreman Traveling Secreta m tf the Student Volunteer Move WMit Mefisrs H P Anderson andI IM Mcllhany Jr Student Secret of the International Commit New York Mr Henry E Rose r State Secretary and Mr W W tckman Student Secretary State cutive Committee The object of the Conference is to L tho spiritual life of students making a careful study of the conditions of the colleges using methods of meeting i ito stimulate the students e Aggressive work along all hri than activity lory in the Chapel convenience on the stereopticon lectures ent will be followed plant which will help ur meetings and enter aria niiUr LOCAL AND PERSONAL Mrs James Lunsford is quite ill Miss Talitha Gays school will close FridayThe streets of our town are very untidyJudge Coyle of Clover Bottom was in town Tuesday G V Owens is building a line looking house on Center Street A T Robinson has purchased the property of James Luusford on Depot Street Prof and Mrs J W Caruahan ar domiciledtIMrs Laura Foe Euibroo has return ed homo from a months visit with her brother in Indiana Mrs R B Woodford left Monday to take the position of matron at the Orphans Home Avondale Ohio The W C T U social last week at the home of Mrs C A King and Mrs A K Pasco was well attended Mr Duncan is building an addition to his house on the Big Hill Pike for the accommodation of winter board ersMr Elias Wallace our enterprising lumber dealer is building a new house near town on the Big Hill PikeMr Loren Phelps with his brotber andcousin will be among the new students from Russell County this winterDr Wilder of Lexington was called to Bores Thursday last to at tend Arthur Yocum who has been quite ill- The swine do not know that there is a town ordinance prohibiting their roaming the streets so they pay no attention to it The Berea Telephone Company has orders to install ten more tele phones in town T o Company is getting out a city directory Mr A E Suffern who has occu pied an important position at the PanAmerican is back in Berea to resume his work in the College W R Kelly of White Lick has purchased the Turner property be tween Mr Burdette and Mrs Hanson and will move to it about the close of yearMiss Shumaker has just re turned from an extended visit in the mountains and will be ready to take thAWinterMr G H Fulkfl of Spradling Wolfe County has rented a house on the Walnut Meadow Pike whichwill be a headquarters for students from that part of the country Miss Eloise J Partridge who spent some time in visiting friends in Perry County this fall has gone to her home in Ohio for a brief visit before the Winter Term Mr Jerman Holliday of Holliday Perry County has rented a large house on Jackson Street and will oc cupy t with his family and other students from that county Mr John Boggs of Sextons Creek Clay County has rented the house known as the Cumberland He has quite a family to educate and will keep boarders at this popular board inghouseIThe Beroa Free Kindergarten willI open Dec 11 in better condition thanI ever before Those who wish to en ter their children should at once consult Mrs J Hammond Tice at Mrs R E ShortHIWaller and Lizzie Bogie and Eli Cornelison with Robt Dunn and John Williams of Whites Station visited Mr Dave Blackof near Speedwell last week They report fen enjoyable trip MlUs Katherine Pettit of Lexing ton is expecting many of the young people vhqsvicquaintance she made last suminet 5nVhe mountains to beat Berea the cdminfej winter Quife a number are already Mr Wm Gibson or County a student in the Normal Course at Berea greatly distinguished hm self in courage and presence of jntnd in the football game between Bere and the Queen City Mrs G T Fairchild whohaaiooen in Brooklyn N Ysince the of Dr Fairchild will spend the winter with her daughter Mrs Kirschner in Kansas City Mrs Fairchild hopes to visit Berea in the spring Mrs Rachel Ponder of Orlando Rockcastle County has taken one of the large houses on Jackson Street for her family Several of her own and her neighbors children will be here attending school during the Wiiter till Spcwg Trrs THE MOUNTAIN FARMERS RELIANCEiThe mountain farmer needs more cash Cash will make him feel better when he pays his taxes It ilIeu able him to pay the preacher and got better service in the churches It v ill help him to fix up the schoolhouse buy shoes for the baby anti send his brightest Hon or daughter to college Rev H F Aulick pastor of Baptist Church will occupy hm thlI on Sunday at 11R m and 7 p in TUB CITIZEN is glad to see Brother Uerthick pastor of the Christian Disciple Church on the street again after a brief illness FOR SALETllo moat complete out fit of blacksmith tools in Central Kentucky Coup for Cisu Call on Bicknell Early Mr Brockuiah State Sec of Col lege Y M C A addressed our Col lege men Tuesday morning with specialreference to the Conference iuI Lexington next month His visit was much enjoyedIThere is ness houses on B F Taukersley in in the Star Hotel stand C C Rhodus ho moved into the old Hanson store on the corner of Center street and T A Robinson has taken possession of one half of the Cornelius drugstore Dr Burgess preached tho past two Sundays at the Chapel ou VITAL QUESTIONS The first was What do we more than others t TIm second And if tho righteous scarcely are saved where shaUtho ungodly and the sinner appeal Next Sunday morning ho will present a Third Ill al QuestionConteThe of the Model Schools connected with Boreas Preparatory Department occurrEdon Tuesday night There was no public notice of this exhibition but the Chapelwas crowded gallery andall and the exercises of the young people andchildren were most excellent Their teachers and parents have a right to a feeling of great satisfaction Hamilton W Mabie associate editor of the Outlook and one of the most distinguished writers among English speaking people at the present time visited Berea last Thursday That night ho gave an address at the Presidents house to the Faculty Club and some forty guests from Rich mond who came by special train The next morning ho gave one of the most notable addresses ever heard by our students in Chapel MADISON COUNTY J M Moore of Valley View was on Monday in the County Court indicted for practicing medicine without a license Hog sales in Richmond the past week have averaged 4 J and 5 cents per pound Cattle sold at 4 to 6 cents per pound FOB SALE CHEAP FOBvuuTbe most complete outfit of fine blacK smith tools to be found in Central Kentucky Call on or address Bick nell Early Berea KyIThe citizens of Valley View have been complaining that some one was selling liquor in their town Monday the County Court issued 17 warrants against Dr D B Morris as a result of the complaintIThe OIL FEVEB is developing around Borea Canvassers for leases are plentiful The East End Gas and Oil Co have a lot of machinery on the ground and will commence boring as soon an possibleIink on the Court House is being vapidly pushed and when ilsbed FriskedFirsta complete steamboating system electric lights have been aud larger vaults fitter jflCou ty and Circuit Cloy venient staircase provements and il eroua to me our County- to be proud aiU uptd And ho must get this cash out of tho land This mean that there llIureIBoron College in bringing down the great arm of science to help tilt poor man and teaching his children how to got money nut of till Intnl A Will That Cannot Be Set Aside i devising mon y to volt wife you children or tiny older heir that CHII tot bo touched by tiny creditor Thatll what a policy on your lift with THE MUTUAL LIFE INSUR NCE COMPANY OF KENTUCKY cat be made Its the ssfMt anti easiettt wRyill many lasts thonly wayto provide for soar dejNgltleu t ones Investigate the Xiv IVrftn1 lion Policy iucont ftnbla from deli of issue J U IIKCK Jrpeeial AC-IlIt I11dgiltcbtuund W II IOKTKH Olitrlct Acxiit Itreu Inklnc Cumpauy lIra Ky NEW LYCEUM COURSE That the readers of THE CITIZEN may know that n Lyceum Course is being provided fort IIH people of Be YllifRtheare given thus early in the your It will be observed that four of the five con during the winter term ami tint other very early in the spring term All but one are now to this place and no apology is needed for opening time course with so charming nn enter tainer as Mrs B be Nights have boon secured which do not conflict with other important gatherings It is hoped that our friends will avoid making other ntH for theso dates The following in tho schedule hiJlBeecher SIIndelllMon Fob 10Miss Katharine EgglestonWed 6Heno B Wellwurn Sat Mar 22Ralph Parletto The first of the above though not in voice whoa hero before was adjudged one of the most Huturtaiti ing readers who over visited Beroa The second is recominonded us giving a lecture full of grand thoughts and delivered with wonderful eloquence cnptiv8tollherThe fourth has gained H national reputation for his discoveries in who popularillustration The fifth is a humorist of humorists His lectures contain nuggets of tho solid gold of practical wisdom but they sparkle with wit and fun and satireSingle admission to each entertainment 25 cents season tjckota 100 Children under 12 years 1C cents and 60 cents L V DODOK Houiei to rent for the Winter will soon be all taken Treas Osborne has a few for people who wish to send children to school To the Public Allow me to say a tow words io praise of Chamberlains Cough Remedy I had a very severe cough and old aj fett wfuild get pneu tho second felt better old and the ouredontire illy yours for s 64 Thirty W VII For The first and greet reliance must bo in raiding more and bettor stock It rostra no morn to raise n good steer or milk eo tlmn to raise ti sore Otto Tim above picture reprtwoutN Pro ftNHor Mason Iud Tutor McCuue with their class iu the College baruyanl judging stock RELIGIOUS THOUGHT ann ileMiinl Front Ilir Trnetilntri uf III liiiuiiiint lutia- iniii tin1 w IIu CIH iisimtiH 5 diiiiiit lire IT IJ M titvtMi ltv y tcrliin Ih ti lilt Ky- Tbr herd of Ihr llunr- Inw Hlilillni iUUiiililp N tlu urn t IerryrUuiia Nantlna Kveutu lire vucal with IOKSOIIH willed Out would have liiitl Ucv Dr Henry 1 M rTook lrliytiTluu Phil all IIIIIh Toll mill Url Only lie who k11oNS tin Jnr situ pleiitiin of toll cull know tin lilcMteil ueui or rI ItfV It II llixHl Unite IrvNliytiTlnn Ilttiiliuri- Vi llr Hour Life In turli bet every mutt miirt take SOUK burr of tilt lift of tlioite round him Itev K Miwslnner He foruiti Cliurrli Traiw Pu Iuuaou Urlllh Mmijr IMTIN xmfn nt IhN nation bet tin vllext lit all this finiKnnt Kniwth- wlikli we roll iiunnliy Itiv lr Ha vld H Wylle Prr l yterlnu New York r riil llfe The etrrtiiil iiiinnlniililt of Jiitln Christ this In linimirtullty and the bontlilr t Ibm watts all wlio ljvi lilin ind knon him Professor Inline M Dlxuii MelliiHllsl Nt IOUN 1u llrnlb Vlllt tiIPcntli nutlilliK lint tin limit of liu men vNlon the Hhr of Ihiitli la In inanx Keocnipliy not III tiixlii Unto him till lli Itov Ur Daniel Irmrhs It r Ir MetliiHllKt St Lode Ill Lord Knim So with every sorrow HIH crlef that roimH In men Chrl1 niiiiiilntiil with them ell and nrnir to do hN work an Saviour to tllIlIIH Dr J W gullllMli Metliixlihi Allinila A Child Mind The weak mind of the child Jilxt an uiitnrnlly horns up acalimt the Hlronc mind of tin ia rent weak bialy leans up uunlnxt the strong iMiily HfT Mary T Wblliiujr Ililtnrluu hits tOil IrrrllKluBe Work Itellclon HOotlm and comforts the poor and the downtrodden Iwllulon aud anarchy excite them and drive theta to desMrntlon and innrderltcv James T tolTey lloinan Catholic St Louis iodl IUhll Coils people then nfl to lit lights In the world They are put here for that pnrpoxe ill the light this world has conic s truth the jaople of Cud Itev A HoKlerhy Moon Memorlnl Chtinh AthintaKnlir IJIierlj Shall we under a folio xenne of lllHr ty III rill If evils to wax mighty In our mldrfl which will overturn our clvlll nut Ion and murder the lenders In tine world prrgresslRev JIIIIICM V Fltleld CuiiercKntlniinllHt thlciiif- oIoilllvr ituudnr Tine robe for keeping Huuday n IHIIII tlve rule The Suhtiath was a tiny on which one mtixt not lo certain linings Sunday lit a dray on which a ChrlHtlan Bret do cerialn reliRloux thlolIIIIl- Itlc v Sraildlnc Hmtuanncl Church IM rouge III Mighty Imyrr Prayer is nn effective menus for securing divine Intervention It In swifter UIMU electricity and stronger Iwo hteiin It is the power that throw hack the lovers of the gates of heaver Cev lolm llrandt Christian Church St Louis Clmrnelrr- Iljiincter alildc Ve hrltiK nothliiK Into this world we eau carry nothing out WI ourselve depart with all the iiccumnlatloim of tendency It habit nnd itiallty which till years Yaws Riven to IllMhop IMwanl O Andrew Methodlxl New York lot llrnth hut llfr- Dentli an unspeakably hotter con dition than this life It U to be with thrlht It nut the cliMliiK but tho opcnliiKi It It not the ending hut thu liculnnlng It In the opening of the door to a higher and diviner llftv Huv Dr Hubert S MacArthur llnptUt New York Inernllvr In Crimp HverythliiK that nmkc government less exalted than It ought to be every tiiUin of a bribe every word spoken In thus heat of partisan feeling to detract unjustly from the man who maybe choxen 10 olllce every wantonness lu political and public life becomes an Incentive for lillterncus aKitliiKt all gov Mruiiiont Key IMirM Pinch Congla ntloBttllit CalMjo THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON IX FOURTH QUARTER INTER NATIONAL SERIES DEC Teal of the lrII th III IIJMrnior Yerar e ILLoidrn Trtl Nt lit IYImuntnry lrrinrrilli the llrv l SI Xlrurni- Ccijrlght 1WI hr Amrrliin Trru AMorlitlun Mil 1t1111I Hock lei tint bock iiiilo tit tint denerl mutt mute to lint niiMiiiliihi uf Ural to llnrili Accorilliu In Iris ni- l2t 10 Milken now Ml yearn of ugc ImvliiK pen III yours In lIcypt niul 10 year with Jrtliro n Micplienl Ill ulico herd life remind un of Aliel nlul Jmiili David nnil other thephenU of the lUlc inch of vlioii lu some why suggests to III the UnfMl Ureut Chief Shepherd John x 11 lti lIb xlll M Pet v JI who awns wutka In Ills will niul will GrpGerdlift neat from the world nil lt ways and glove urent tipportiKiily fur fellow hip with doil Iloreli U iiKitln runnel the mniinliilii if trod In brings xII S In coiiiicrtinii with liljnh viII In It Illmentioned In Mnl Iv J an the plan 1whets Joil ve M linen tin law tint slat ll jiiilcineiiiN and III It ill U called Slnnl In ver c I of our Iraon broughttinefiIIIIOIl that inoiiiitnlii In Kx nil u we will thnt there Jelnivnli icnre them water from the rock Ihut they might drink Tin eveutu m rlmed with Iloreb ami Slnul gins a iiiont pruQtulile UIMu do all the uiounlulii tnrie mt Ihlillhlt stint an Cnrmel Iiiiret etc And tin angeltit the lord appear ed until him with tlHine of fire out of the mulct of n bush Thw lord our Cud U u rotuuuiltii tire a jcaloiu Jod Aleut Iv Ill lli dciirc Iii piopl wholly fur Illltumrlf tint UP may burs uncut to the fellIto cttncume In IIU piopln only tuppiarufinenull flier titan Daniel filendu wcrvcou Mimed III tti furuare which tuned only their land nnl art them trite to walk 1whin tin S u nf Iud The pbrune III the blmnlllit IIHMI loneph the will of Him tliul iJwilt In the Uiwir Drill XXMii Mil lacy ntJKKCot tt Jimrpll like uthoho bare tartar lliint ti rriat tab ulali it e lmruhi bueb Miliilv main tvttaui hen anal tI1 IS In Ihrsu IeXllll 2i tI 18 the lord aw that Ito luriietl o iv ii ti CI IL4 iit him out uf the uld uf Ii a ii ill a 4 Moieis MiM Ihrrir lur d lur rat in Ilea au IIand Nar III lu Abnibut iiiil a 111 JsNyh M lui nub ibm duubhi IIUHI ijl4i ur prhi4ut t1 IIM tin L iml marcltii Ve think ul Ilw Lrda i dimble aiiMu uf Julmk aais Mini of the klMMUI nttfiitliin we nbuuhl Kite them If Miiw4 hilt tHrniil a ldi tu a v think ebat lie might lure miweil 5 Put uhf thy hors ftvni off thy feet fur for tbliv rberewu thuu latiueit U holy rruumlumpmN IIaIUt lu itrtirliuH In Jonlina r hN11kh think plgrrtoMowof Ktf pl and tu Joshua up ii IIU about to lead hem tutu the pruiiniil baud To tread iix n n plact uieunt thul the plan was Klrvii l that eniou ijmliua 3 Ho utirii n IHTWIII wil n piiix of land betook iiff Gla abut nllo1UI it to tine pur chaser Until If il It MTW lu mr IbltI104dye tmlua and Jo lmn lu these word Miiiieibine to this etfirt Tbli whole uiatlir It Mine not yours Iwill ne it thpniaU You value with MM and rely Me Q yloari bid tla tare for be wa afraid tu lixik elan Cal A deep neuae cif nnwiirlblue U au arrouipanliiieut of a revelittlmi of Gml ijob xlll 5 it fl B hum x 8lliks v 8 Her 171 nol rirealiNl illun elf to Move ai the tiod of Abrnliaui have and Jacob Ihe- UII nut of the dead but of the llrlliK Math sail 1J He told Moe to pay to UKHI am baths beat me unto you Irerne III am that 111m hue Jebo rah who rhaiifrii trot Jeiui Chrlit the xame yiilerdny today and forrrer iMal III II lleb xlll HI Men pace away from earth anti icreat rhaiiKea cone but III roHtimtiM and erery purMiM of 111a mail peifoniKil at UN npMiiiHid time i S bore cutely MHII anti lure htard for know their sorrow and am iimv down tu deliver them and In luring them unto n Rood land Note carefully tilt whole of thin two Terse that which lie ata mid heart nod kuowK and that which He will do for Ills name wke Kvery child of may take com tort tram brae aiiurnnce Whatever hr your borrows or your irrtiiiiMamv II tees anti heitrN and known mid If llr permltx bard thlntn to itmtlnite It Is be count tins bust time for HI delirerauc Inca not yet fume A 1 for 01111 way in perfect niul He nmkelh our way Isr fret Io xritio JLI and He will net er be too late In nnythlnp that lie doiii but we nerd patience and mum be cilu tent with lilin tu learn the ulcnllicaiice of the kingdom cud pnticnce uf Jesus Christ licit Itcv III 10 Come now therefore soul I will mend then unlit Ihuradi last Ihuti inayent brlUK forth My people laud bail juit meld that He vimld do IL stud now Ue pays loN will du It for He will do lu and throiiKh MoKet and title la the lesion wo err slow to learn Hint it in rod wliit worketh in Uith to will mid to do of Ills goal pleiuure Hhll 13 Hcli xlll HP worketh nil things nc cording to the counsel of Iiiown will Knh 111 and faith just sllnwlnd to work and ipiletly abide will till HN plcimiie What an honor Is confer red itpiiu when He mlectH shy one of to work tliroiixh 11 1ertaluly I will be with thee I have sent her Mo es did nut under viand He linn his Minted on nt once nnd oaks tlho IIUI I that ehunld gti unite Ibiirnoh nnd that should bring forth the children of lnrnel See him alto III Num xi IIU xx nnd you ere ut a glut ner that ills shots nro on lie U thinking of hlmoelr not of lied The three Hisns civen him retarded In the lirjilnniiiK nf the next chnpler should linye Nhown him his ImpoMunce and the power of Cud Tit we hear hunt nbjectlliK and refiixliiB nltliiiiiuli Cod nniil Iwill be with thy numb and tenth thee Ulint Hum fhnlt soy lit Ihso that linally Iud gives him tics brother taunt to be Iris vpoketiiunn or dr 1I1U vll lit know nolliini ittcutcr in Itii1 lards scale thaw the nHsnniniv of the Lards presence find thnt ilesut to the lirrt Joshun ft JmlK vi M lib Ua xII 10 ll ler 8 Ili Mac 11 II t Main Jwrlll HI stud otUer a you may fled them TilE MARKETS I HllUllTMl It A O NOHMAN A n iMflNNATI Nov ft OATTLKCOmt11O11r165 f i7fi II ButchurS 110 m 175 II shippers iwxtjj njr CALVES ChoicM 4dX y IW Largo Cumin nt3O ttJ ilr HCHIS Common it 50 y nar Fnir good light fijr tg6rlfi 1ackiugi8O i ntX SUltrOood to choice UJfi IJ 21ft Common ID fiiir l2r Cli 22li LAMBS Good to choice H W M 115 Common to fnir2fd1u alXlI uuTNo 2 Red 77 JOHN No 2 mixer New Ij a i- 4F OATH No 2 MJ S ltTENo J 62 W tJli FLOUR Winter patent JU5 Ii 380 hulcy815 930 Fmuily JDM 2- 81MILlleu1X VJ 2100 HAY No 11iutolhy1300 i 1326 No 2 10600 1100 No I Jlovur UOttj 1000 No2 7Mlft 800 OUITRT Springers rlb Roasters Heavy Nunn r6I Turkey henn 7IDucksEalusFreshtitear h tl- n 000IHIUM Wet salted n ij 81 No dryalt VJ 10 lull 6 i 19 7j Sheepskins 40 tjj M TALLOW Prime city 6rGr Couutry Q s1 WOOL Unwashed 16 17 combingWashed 21 2l 1 ubTIIN1115 22 25 FUTUERtiQCI now nearly whito H gray to average S3 ly 121 Duck colored to whit 2A If 35 Chicken whito nctiuills 18 Turkey laxly dry 121k 15 Ntccsttary Expenses for Twelve Weeks School twI who to1 ttsm 44re Ia sp + d u mach ur little u rater rbixwv on lltltm earnwa It par to hut a llttln ulra money lot left urr beta nod otb r thhir Hut the nryIM IIHII irfinil a lulboa To par Hi ant tUjrr It triNrbuI IllrtdMlUl ere f M II 60 Kt HoMilUl 6 inm Hooki Mr nlmut t H Ito tJen rat insult W 00 ftrurlKent of IAII M Ylat Month mwnl i to tin fixta a140 1lllnnln Mu IhMnl 8 ou ru ItcgHinlnK H Mo Botnl 5 o0 147 a 7i Oul neawlt rcluniol Ito Toml KLtwn1 UVfiki TS 78 g7 78 For lho lnJow Inmmar ilolucl thuK for booki ant II from Inrlilvnul taP making Ih e lout only S17l When four IrU romi Uigctlirr rorti M eai on room ant N or more oo furl miking the tout only Stllia lfi lMv I Ixluw Onmtnir Furl It la CPIIU more lu Winter inJ id rent lea Sprint term To rwimifor houaakcplug with Uitm eta MM uiuilly In IIIr fnim II to II a term Th prlr of n big rail a lIIaloanbark 0 r it fw hIun bd arii wilt give a lrm or eehoi which will etiMUg o ono whole llV for the bUrl Oue person out of every 739 in Michigan is pursuing a collegiate education either in their own or outside colleges or universities Jumped ou a Ten Ienuy Nail NIPOfellmade of tot penny nails and thrust ono nail entirely through hor foot 4alld second ono half way through ChambnrlaiuH Pain Balm waN promptly appliedtlultl livo minutctt later tho pain hud disappeared and ti more pufforiug wAN experienced In throe days the child wax wearing her shoo as usual and with absolutely no discomfort Mr Powell is a won 4 known merchant of Forkland VRi Pain Bulm is an antiseptic and heals such injuries without maturation and in onu third the time required by the usual treatment For sale by S E Welch Jr 50 YEARS- EXPERIENC TRADE MARKSI DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS AC Aorone sending a iketrh and deecriptlan mar- putesl urenaln our ollnlln Tree whether an t eanfdenia lIandboOlI on latent sccuentpatentsIntents i eotle0 wlt hout Scientific fliwrican A bandomell111utrated weekly rrt tIrIForms M aof an Journal sari rnurmonthsL Noldbrattnwadealen Correspondence iJackson County Klrliy Knob Mitts Mitry linker visited tlm Sun day selects at Sand Gap sod Clovtr Bottom last SnndHy Dr Cassius Lanelmrt died last eok from the effi cts of a lullrc ceived some weeks ugniTIll Minnes Moyers und bliss Etta Gay visited our literary society lidII Siitimlay Dec 7 will be the last of our until IIUstr JjweekhLewis CountytTannery Her Wm Johnson hits returned from Hiith County whore he has Is OII holding special services Millard Hose who was badly crippled by falling from a wagon is recovering from the ItcchlulIIJacob luster from North Carolina is the guest of his brother in law M T Evans JIIIIICH Armstrong who has for some limn boon suffering from lung diHease is improving rapidly Our school under the lead of J DILileH is pnigrmsing well Then are 7J scholars enroll st The perowutHgo of attendance en llonl 11iiMRnllicMrs Agues Holmes haN nturudI front thuQiHHtn City wirers she hits IKHMI on tai extended iflilIMrs Marin Johnson of Jacobs Alley lies been seriously III but is improving ThiMiphilus Sauford hits ht1UI critically ill nt his hone ou the Flem lug piku but is much fetter at this writing Mrs Fannie Wilson alter a pleasant visit to her sister in Cincinnati hits returned home Mrs Patsy Coleman of Washing ton is suffering from axthnm Willinm Hinton is ill front a cold IIIICIThn little daughter of Mrs Oakie Orahnm in the East told is very lit Tho three daughters of Mrs Hen ry Hascom art hero on a visit front Dayton 0- Rockcastle 0 County The clothing mid supplies collected by Mrs Pawleyaud Mrs Hut field for thudentitutu family of Esquire Oatliff who was nurtured few weeks ago was very amllrlll1flocflvttI bv the family Mrs Oat lilt and family do wire through TIIK CITIZEN to express their enrneit thanks to all who have assisteti thornItnckford Mrs Liiuni Jont is impn ving slowlyMrs It D Cook anti daughter were in Wildio Friday Miss Minnie Bales and Miss Bessie Linvillo were the guests of Miss Heulah Niars lust week Miss Fannie Culton was the of Mrs John Unfnu Saturday gllllItI Mits XanuiH Hales school close Friday Miss Hales will Berea College for the Winter Term IDr Cornelius was called to see his Mrs Lutes this week Uncle Henry Lutes her Imslwnd nays She will be pretty fair looking womAn when she gets well ocolt IIIJI shipped a nice lot of turkeys Saturday THE HOME THE TRAINING OF CHILDRENI Wo lire sorry to believe that many people spend mow time iu training their dogs nUll horsen tlmlllllitraining their children How often we nee n parent whose children are wholly uu instructed disobedient nnd really wild It seems as though some fathurgnuduuot6lrxdtllighGd in liav their children grow up like little savages mill bo as rods old impudent possible There could be no greater mistake A boy who does not respect and obey his parents is likely bn a violator of the law later on Certainly one who has never learned to M civil and polite iu child ood is likely to have fewer friends more enemies wherever he goes Now the training of children IIIayI be culled u hard matter but the es sential parts of it are very simple InI the lust place n parent should re quire of his children only the things which are reasonable and these things ho should insist upon without question The best start we can give to a hoyor girl is to implant good habits When one is in the habit of doing right it is easy to do right The habit of work the habit of being man or woman to make the most of themselves ill order that they may be a good example for their children There are three Hinges in life before the young men or young women are ready for u home of their own The first stage is that of littlchil dren where good health and the habits of obedience und politeness and the begiuuings or instruction are tho main things then comes the period of childhood where a great deal of drill is necessary and then conies a period of young manhood and young womanhood which should put on the finishing touches and not be wasted in thoughtless end heedless enjoyment or dissipation and not cut short by marrying too young Before young people marry the girl should become skilled in household arts and tho young until skilled in farming or whatever trade he pur poses to follow Iud holhHhoultl have worked lung enough to get a little property laid up in advance When young ppplu with these qualifications marry and begin a home there is good prospect that thug will IHJ happy and that their children can have a good start- EIGHTH y KENTUCKY The 8th regiment K V I which was raised in Pastern Kentucky had a most honorable record and every surviving comrade and every son or daughter of a veteran is proud of it The history of this famous regiment is most interesting and instructive anil Tux CITIZEN proposes to publish it in n series of articles provided enough people can be found who would show their interest by subscribing for the paper Let all who desire this publication enough to pay yeRrRIa so stating to PnoK L V Down Boron Ky Last winter an infant child of mine had croup in violent form says Elder John W Rogers a Christian Evangelist of Filley IohI gave of Chamberlains timerwAS past and the child re IIcOeflOl This remedy not only cures croup but when given as soo as tho first ny nptomn appear tyil prevent the attack It contains no opium or other harmful substance and may be given as confidently baby as to an RI S E Welch Jr Your Opportunity IS 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 free among its subscribers old sod now just Iwfnru Christmas 3OOOO htIlrll IN PRESENTS Gifts include ri pianos 10 organs 10 sewing nmihintMt F Appolo self pfano players 5 cooking ranges 4 Dockash heaters 10 graphophontw complete over 100 floe musical instruments seal coats bicycle furs fine milli nory clothing beautiful oil paintings 10 gold cratches portraits razors cutlery cameras and hundreds of other high clas presents Send a paptalenrct for complete list of gifts and all conditions governing tho Great Distribution Remember tile cost is absolutely nothing to old mi1 Clawnbscribereof THE WEEKLY INTER OCEAN vearIeBtimttte iu this ouUst Inn Remit direct to Tw Citwsw HerR ty THE SCHOOL Kllloil liv J UMHiiinon menu of Hip Normal lirprtrtmciit llrrrn Oollrin THE ONE GREAT DIFFICULTY In tho public schools of Eastern Kentucky is that the children do not attend It is nee to fluid fifty percent of the children of school age in a district in attendance and it is not unusual to find less than twenty percent in school The situation is truly deplorable Tho schools are poor enough at best but with from thirty to eighty per cent giving no morn heed to them than as if they did not exist the case Iis much more appalling than as ifI every child were in his place The worst feature ol it all is the lark of interest this indifference the apathy of all concerned The children stay away from choice the parents do notI cote the neighbors RIO indifferent and in some cases it is to be feared the teacher is not sorry If the children wore eager for school and parents were determined to send them if teachers not only welcomed them when they came but were grieved when they didnot cOllie the problem would be easy of solution poor school buildings lackI of desks bad heating and lighting and all yuck minor difficulties would vanish like the mist before tho sum mer Mini Even poor teachers would scon be relegated and goof ones be found to take their plxces But what nan be done in the face of exI treme indifference and in some cases actual animosity to schools of any sort I Since wo have no State law compelling attendance whatever efforts may bo put forth must be upon the basis of moral suasion It is evident that such can come only through the teacher What can the teacher Jo to secure the attend ance of the children in his district t He can do many things Jn tin first place lie should make his schoolhouse comfortable andattractive as jwssiblo remembering however that the qualities of the building RUt grounds are a minor consideration It is quite possible to have an ex cellent school with inferior equip ment Have nil school exercises interest ing and instructive with as little o f routine and monotony as possible Monotony is the death of school life It is riot easy to make all school ex ercises interesting but it is absolute lyessential to success Many schools are so monotonous dry BUll humdrum no change no life no enthusiasm that it is no wonder the children are sick of it The wear drag and drone Incomes loathsome to the soul A lively song drill calisthenic exer cities guessing games stories read and talked over hits of news from extlug etc are a few of the hundreds of things that might be done but planIor definite things in view as to visit some mountain peak or cave or to findcertain flowers or plants or to study the haunts of hinds or animals will give zest to school life and make togetherAn in actual attendance may have part wit be valuable in itself and greatly stimulate attendance A little thinking or a good deal of thinking on the part of the teachers will make the school so interesting that the pupils will enjoy the lire there See how many days you can have that pupils will say to those not prolIIt just ought to have todayI vinegar does not Have whht the children like and theywill cone for it Article from tmrlien fur this column will urlvomcil They houl1 be wnttolhe eilltnrnf the PIliI THE FARM EillUM by 8 C MAON Professor ot fort culture Here Collexe PITHY POINTS ON POULTRY Fowls allowed to run at largo inI an orchard do HII infinite amount of good in the destruction of worniH beetles hugs etc Every poultry house should have pane kind ofa driiking fountain The water in the winter should be warmed If the fountains are filled up twice a day with warm water the hen will have water to drink that will make them comfortable instead chilling them Seeing a farmer near me building- a henhouse I took occasion to give him a new idea He was putting in roosts in the old tahioned way one being above the other on an allglof about 45 degrees In this way the fowls are led to attempt to get upon the highest roost and as it gets full the weak ones are crowded off and fall to the ground they begin again to climb up only to repeat the same performance until it gets so dark they stop climbing rooting content upon the lower roost or even upon the ground under the roosts In the morning the fowls will not go down as they went up from one roost to another but fly from the roost to the ground By falling from the roost to the ground at night heavy fowls especially when very fat or very full of eggs are often crippled in the legs or otherwise injured I have seen many likely hens completely spoiled ithis way I told him I should build all tin roosts of the same height and no mom than 2r feet from the floor putting them about 16 inches apart Before I left I had the sati faction ofseeiug him commence to undo the work he had done and toI build his roosts as I Wlilllpreltntout his roosts which were on the ladder style and putting in new ones level and lower I think they will save hens enough sieve summer by so doing to more than pay for the labor it will take My indifferent friend do you not know that the poultry profit beats that of the dairy all to pieces all things considered that there is more profit in selling eggs at the low price of 7 or 8 cents a dozen than there is in selling butter at lei cents a pound t A pound of butter per day is a good yield for the average cow and the tool consumed by that cow would if led aright be enough say for six dozen hens Now supposing I get but two dozen eggs a day with the price at 7r cents a dozen that just evens your pound of butter But should the number be three dozen I RI1171 cents ahead you see There is the broody and molting season when the egg basket runs low I know but does not your cow have her layoffs as well Does she not fail of a full flow of milk some times from other than natural causest True my hens may be mainly idle during the winter while you in the meantime are producing 20 cent hotter but should they give 1me but one dozen eggs a day at 20 cents a dozen il am still even till during warm weather when you are making cheap butter from grass I far outstrip you solely by virtue of numbers Now here you are worsted in the game for while you have to be doubly careful to get your butter in marketable shape I am filling my basket with a commodity already prepared Here lies the advantage in that I realize with lessI labor and worry lion you do The Helpful Jfen BEREA COLLEGEFounded Places the Best Education in Reach of All Over 3O Teachers 800 Students from 2O States Largest College Library In Kentucky NO SALOONS Trade Schools Carpentry Printing Housework Nursing two years Model SchoolsGeneral Education and fitting for advancedcourses For those sufficiently advanced to get a teacher certificate Applied Science Two years course with Agriculture for young men and Domestic Science for young ladies Normal CourseTwo years with practice teaching Academy Course Four years fitting for College for business and College Course Literary Philosophical Classical for lift MusicReed Organ Choral free Vocal Piano Theory We are here to all who will help themselves toward a Christian edu cation Our instruction is a free gift Students pay a small incidental tee to meet expenses of the school apart from instruction and must also paj for board in advance Expenses for term 12 weeks may be brought within 2400 about f14 to be paid in advance The school is endorsed by Baptists Congregationalist Disciples Method sts Presbyterians and good people of all denominations For information and friendly advise address the Secretary WILL C GAMBLE 1Str ftt MftdInon Gqtiicy Our NEW Serial EDWARDBLAKE COLLEGE STUDENT By Rev Chas M- oSheldon will commence THURSDAY Dec 5 1901 Be sure and read this- SPLENIMfix STORY t 7 t pcvEk PUNT THE SEED FOR TILE WIDE WID- EWORLD Bicknell Early BUY AND BUILD Treasurer Osborne lira several fine building lots in different parts of tho town for sale cheap to persons who desire to build and make u homo in Beren BUY VHF N IGff id R E SEWING MACHINE Do not bo deceived by those who net vertlse a 6000 Sewing Machine for 2000 Thisklnd of u machine cau be bought from us or unv ofour from 1500 to 1800 WC MAKE A VARIETY THE NEW HOME IS THE BEST The Feed determines tho strength 01 weakness of J rullll Ill Double Feed combined with otlui itrong points iimkM tho Xew Ilouic the best Swing Alnchiue to bu- yWrilelorCIRCUUBSSSS1 wo manufacture and prices before urcbutn t ME NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE CO 2 ORANCC MASS Union 8q N Y Chicago 111 Atlanta in- St LouUMo Di tlasToxSiinlranr oo1 Y FOR SALt BY SISCO to CO t Ilcholasyille Ky f1y 4 THE C1TIZENBEREA KYNOVEMBER 28 1901 nL + I I Y PiTIIII IrIIo- Ivnl1 I an Mural PhlloOOII 1M w f f r I IHsIII i A M- olial I I1tWIlrrwk S C MASON M8 H irk u ure Forestry I MILES E MARSH A B I Fiiiclptl or Academy Latin J W bINSMOKK Dean of Normal Devt Art nf Ttnrhlni I OWAI D Ml KKAY JOSE AM BD I rrlrruf Ulctory AuUtvut In Philosophy ARL1KD U WEEKS A AcUag rrofcuwr of E glUh YI THE DISTINCTION OF BEREAS NORMAL WORK It can be said without contradiction that Berea has the most tho ough and wollndapted training I teachers that is offered anywhere i u this region Tho high quality of tho instruction is shown by the names r the teachers And the feature o practice teaching is one in which Berea stands preeminent in tl South The course is so arranged thatIt every term counts for something de nito If you wish a firstclass certi cate a Stato certificate or a State diploma the straight road is throug the Normal Department of Borea College u DO YOU KNOW That Berea has over 35 teachers That Berea is the best place in which to spend Christmas and Now Years days That the students at Barea have a brass baud That Berea College has expended a thousand dollars this tall for new scientific apparatus for the benefit of its studentsThat students have seven literary societies That Berea draws more students from tho North than any other eel lego in Kentucky That Berea will occupy three now buildings by tho beginning of the winter term making eighteen in all besides houses to rent That instruction in choral music is freeThat the social advantages ofa school like Berea where one moots the best young people from many counties and from many States are almost as great as the advantages of I the schoolroom itself That Berea in visited by mor speakers and other people of distinc tion than any other school in Ky That Berea has so many classes r teachers and departments that it can do the very best for every student uPIlnda young men have shown themselves ambitious enough to come to Berea on foot dis tances ranging from 50 to 150 miles That what others hae done you can do- That a girl who knows enough to give instruction on the cabinet organ i can earn money anywhere anytime That the Applied Science Courses at Berea give the best general educa tion to make good citizens good farmers and good homemakers 0001 HooKs They will go anywhere rea or hind on Into cabin or pAlace teach those otherwise unreachAble watt their time to be heard And are never tired of rpeaking Tra anyotherAre unaffected by climate untouched by fever Once started off call for no salary Cot nothing to feed or clothe Never change their voice and lot Forever until the lire coues TUUST ANI TRY Cannot Edward did youaayr Chase that luy thought away Never let that Idle word From your lips again be heard Take your book from off the ihelf God helps him who helps hlmnelf Oer your leasoui do not nigh Trust and try trust and try Cannot Edward Scorn the thought You can do whater you ought Ercry dutys call obey Strive to walk In Wltdoms way Ut the sluggard If he will Use the hay cannot still On yourself and Ood rely Trust and try trust and try Cannot Edward Say not s All are weak full well I know Hut If you will seek the Lord lie will needful strength afford Teach you how to couquer tin Purify you heart within on your Fathers help rely Trod and try trunt and try November storms show that ou free schools ought to begin earlier Let us take note of the small attend ance and shivering children aud be gin next year the first of July 1 KINO IClfARLog sad Ur wlue T unc WELCOME FOR NEW STU DENTSI Already the army of new student beginning to arrive Vsli rdny reiis came from Virginia anti three Magollin County Bores and TilE CITIZBV hold out their hands to welcome nil now etc rldouts Do oat be afraid to conic It will do you gocd to sea Secretary IIlIdeand Dr Burgess may seem strange hew the first youfi illIany 11ICAN I WILLI Nobody knows how much husnn do until he tries Itltntt Mr Will C Gamble the now Sc rotary of the College has recently como from Chicago where ho was connectedwith the Moody Bible Institute MrI Gamble in a remarkably flue singer In Chicago ho was connect 3ocl with the famous Apollo Club and he not only sings himself but has Hay A Dr Burgess is lire Fees successor Pastor of the Beiea Church and one of the chief friends of every now student Ho has recently visit ins our students who are teaching in several of the store remote counties Dr Burgess came to Berea a church in Toledo was formerly Pres ident of a college in Minnesota He is a native of Rhode Island and M Prfuwur Natural The city of Chicago was burned to the ground but its people erase urn throw nsido diKouragouitiil uud made it tho most rapidly growiug city in hworld Tbo sculptor IIIIH carved the head ofn woman to represent tho city of Chicago and under has written tlio words WILL hiMItryIOnlyIbyDivinenear grandeur our du Snlo nllixtM Man Wlirn truly uhl por low Thou IIIIIM Tho youth ropllti tAN IWI thlirt of making other ptoplo sing Tilt peoplo who have honril him in his occasional exftirnioiiN from heron to Hrodhead McKint and othir points are all auxioiiH to hoar him again but the duties of his otlico cots fine lung mainly to Boron where his singing Chapel and Suudny school grtalIltflltII1 IIIIOIllYOS Htie SS as len from tllItlStlllconnected with the work of the Young Peoples Society of Christina Kudonv or Thus Sunday school his church in Toledo has tho reputation of being the boot Sundayschool the United States The Htiperinteiidcnt tlm well known SuudayHououl worker Marion LI iIt KEXFOHU UAVMOMI A 111 Proftusor lllljle Study Oulorj Professor Raymond and his wife aro widely known through 1 1Il1rn Kentucky and they will be among the good friends to welcome new students next mouth J W CAnNAUA A U I Au4tat Cclrce I it 1 it to o 1 1 A m i Is II ill IN I II of nn l d So t LatTI J OdBOKNt 1ruurirI READ FACTS SURPRISING DISCOVERIES OF PRES DABNEY OF TENNESSEE SHOWING THAT EDUCATION PAYS Pres Drtbnoy of till Uiiivumlty of TollllOHMO hits made sonic htlirtlilgd- iKcovoriot about the way in tvlliehI education helps people to got tin world Ho compares the United Status us i a whole with hula own State of Ton i uwwieimd the State of MiiHHiiihuMls On an HVtimitH tlio children of the United StiittH splnd four sad four onths year in school lint in IViuiuH heft the nv rHgH in only thrw year Wjliltl III MHS uhllHtltH till HVlTHgO in MViii y0a1 Now lot 114 M U how this MuWIti tho turning wt Hlfli producing power of pinIII ind uhtldrtMi Mini fiTiouiilriit day but the poopld of Teim ururHgti luott tliiin ofIIS MV TAKIMU TWICE IS MITH CHOOL1NU tllBV ARE KNAHLEII TO KINN TWIIK IM xruii MONBY Ho also shows that the Status of MaHsachusetts can silent to oxls+ uti- six times AS much on education no j 1tluntu + sew docs 1MHHUK liy careful j computation for every 53 invented in education S HX is added to tha yearly earnings of tho H oplo- He rightly HllYHU tho poopio of the South would keep up with the world they must educate their chil ilren Our great r ourees oliumto soils ininonilH are useless in the hands of mi untrained people Will wo not realize thud our host resources are our own children and that our blghost duty is to eduwite thorn for I tho greatest imnfiilnor in lifct i IMPORTANCE OF THE FIRST DAY Tlio Winter Term oposss with Ghnptoxeroisiw at t oclock ua Wed jHoday wonting Dm II The olii I0s are open for tho uptisirxtiou of students nt 2 oclock urn Imiwliiv nf tornoon It in of the titmoMl iniMir Knee thut ovory studout should hoop hrtud the first day Many a youug man tine found hinlstltat u dimdvim tagu for a whole term because ho was it few days late nt the Iwginniiig 1ho students who are hun first start I u and do some of their bout work at tho outset and ono who OOUIOM later 11 finds it exceedingly difficult to catchup Besides this the best rooms and the main opportunities for earning money aro taken ijy those who are on liand at the beginning U require mlya little planning and involution md will I H as easy to ho liens on the loriiith day of Dcemb as on tilt iwilfth or any other day A few teachers who were HO unfortunate as to begin their schools later than they should will bo obliged lc leach a littlo beyond the eleventh of December For such teachers special irrangomontH will lo mode to help them catch up after they got to Boron PREACHERS AND PREACHERS A Inrgo nuintor of proaohera are lending their children to Durnn this year Still moro are sending young pt oiU from their churches Ono says I like Heron IxcnuBu it isaHafo place to seed my daughter Anoth ur says Hcanxi tho ntudnntH get good iiiHtriiution in the Bible Another says Because the stiidontN when they come back are smart with out being proud But wo know two primcherfl who lure talking against Herea Ono of them is working for it littlo one horso school of his own thnt is not horn yet And the other is afraid the young pooplo will get more education than I ho line MISS KLOI Mt Shill IliB litirariuu IIaPJuFIlllF t 61MnS IR thIn oI + 11111 pa he Woo L JrMBS KATK tKHkn tITNuM rt1 IIfKlfUrtnr Ih Kimii InNtwwl 111 n Iatgl nLl t1 1I n Inli1 11 aI j I I 6s 11 waaesr- lllneta k 1