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Independent Weekly REV JOHN DODWELL Devoted to thee With NtrMic Staff of Kdltorn Interests of rciioulniUK- nlcrtil MgrCAn FARM V SCHOOL at tin Imtnfflft at llertn Ay 60 CENTS A YEAR ebui maltnntttr vor iII A Family PlIlormmgA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY DECEMBER fi 1901 Fifty cents a year SO24 IDEAS You nro working for eternity HocnusQ justico is rot speedily oxeciitod evildoers bccomo hold It is bettor not to know so much than to know so much that is not true Jonh Hillintis Less than four weeks nnd ho year HIm closes Look back over tho past year that you may bo led to look up for help in tho time to COIIIP TAKE NOTICE Winter Tern opens Wednesday Dec Rand TIIK CITIZEN clubbing olTern on another page Rend tho now Sunday regulations for students on second page Brother Hogan goes to Oak urn in Rockcnsllo County for Sunday FROM THE WIDE WORLD Fifty riles of now electric railway is to be built in London tho comiti year nnd the capital involved is2MV 000000 The French and British telegraph administrations hero just establish ed direct telegraphic communication hot wl4m Liverpool and Paris The work of tOlIfltruclin tho great telegraph line across Africa ham Capo Town to Cairo is proceeding rapidly When complete thn cost ol truiiNtiiitting messages across the con tinent will Ira reduced to onefourth of tilt prtwnt cost by cable IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Congress opened Monday The Charleston S C Eijxwition opened Monday- A new Methodist school for young laditM will IHI established nt Ciilxp jxtr Tho new postal canls will hero tho portrait of President McKiuloy with tho date of his birth and death Tho Sixth National AntiSaloon Convention toot in Washington D C Tunutny and will conclude to tiny Tho annual report of the Past o0k Department shows total receipts for tho fiscal year ending Juno 30 mOl SHIKMUttrci expenditures lliiI nr 12087 leaving a deficit of WDA 727 IS- Jnmofl F Donrgnn of Aurora County S Dakota has killed dur dug the past season all rattlesnakes told received in royalty from the township 15 cents for each set of rat tiltH GUfi Tho Tuxes nntitrtiNt law scored Otto on tho Pnbst Brewing Company of Milwaukee Wis The company confessed judgment in tho sum ol lfiXX ns penalty for shipping its lx or into Texas in spite of the law They will not lx allowed to do busl mwiin Texas COMMONWEALTH OP KENTUCKY Them won seven murder cnsos on the docket of tin Irvine County Clr cuit Court this last tern The guttural offices of tho Ohio and Kentucky railroad will unit bo removal from Lexington to Cannel City tho terminal Statu Supt of Schools McChcsuey has completed his biennial report Among changes ho recommends that the titint class teachers certificate bo nl olished rend n radical clmngo iu tho present truslco system At Cadiz Trigg County n deed to many thousand micros of mining and timber land has been filed It w1 granted to tho Hillman Laud and Iron Company Tho consideration was SltfiOOOO and tho stamp tax on tho deed was over fl00 Articles of incorporation hnvo boon filet in Danville to organize n stool company capital stock 10000 to build an electric railway between Danville Junction City and Shelby City to connect Danville with the 14k N R R nt Junction City YOURPOSTMASTER IH tho nuthorizcd agent for TIIK CITIZEN Give him FIITV CKNTS and ho will send it to us nnd wo will send you Tho Neatest Cleanest Newsy Newspaper you u over read fifty ono ouch wuok for a year THE SHOP JOINTS Thorn are iimny forms of joints hill they limy nil ho classified into six different kinds first butt joints those that nro put together unit to end a mitre joint n gluo joint and intersection joints mire forms of butt joints second splicing joints includ ing those that nro mntlo for the pur JIOHO lengthening pieces of lumber thinl halved joints used to fasten pieces together at corners nt any angle timid include those that are cut out half way oDd flitted over each other fourth mortise joints including nil those that nro made by cutting a hole or mortise into the side of n piece nail fitting a tonnr into it fifth dowoll joints including all those that urn mule by fastening pieces together by menus of n wooden pin extending front ono to the other at rigid angles to the joint sixth dovetail joists used for strengthening the corners of chests otc- Wo slut at present deal only with linnet mortised and mitered joints ns they are the joints most apt to bo used upon tho work wo hnvo in hand although tilt butt joint is tho joist most used in buildings of the sort wo shell take up later The linked joint is inado thus nod in used for putting together sills and plates upon tho Iwlter class of houses and often for making frames of skeleton doors wagon Ixxlies otc when strength is required Tho mortise joint is inado thus and is mused for tho construction of furniture doors sash otc and in many places where strength old ap pearance count It is tho favorito joint when great rigidity and strength OrO required nail is used in many shapes in framing heavy buildings Theso two with tho mitre joint nro tho joints that aro used most Tho mitro joint is main thus By laying on tho stool squnro to tho samo figure on each side either tho blade or tongue will give the cut A few guttural suggestions in the axe of tools may lw of value III uxiu chisels do not strike handle with a hammer use tho mallet iu using n gaugo always work from you AI ways study tho grain of wood so it may bo worked to the boat advan tage and select tho clearest pieces t to used in tho conspicious places Do not try to uso a plnno when the hit is out too far Timo will bo saved by sharpening frequently and always keeping your tools in good actor Tho cnp iron on n plane should always bo kept as close to tho edge as pox sible as tho plane will not tear tho wood nearly us much thus A jackplnno should usually bo ground quite vaunting a smoothing plano should bo just rounding enough iuts tho wood Always keep tho plan cutting in tho middle of tho face In sharpening a twist bit do not shnrpeu tho outside of tho lips use n small file and touch very lightly the inside of tho lips and tho upper side of tho cutters In tiling n saw bo careful that the truth have tho same sit on each side and are filed to the same length A rip SAW should bo filed square across and n cutting off saw filed at nn mingle of sixty degrees across tho face timid carried horizon tally File n cuttingoil saw toward tho point not toward the handle Tooth are not so likely to break files last longer and tho screeching of saw fbitug it largely avoided This the fourth ol n scrim of pahen liy Mr Vim A Kliic of three Collcgs upon tlifl tewlilne of mrclianlci The licit pnwr will treat of llnlllMJlmlhllllgEd IWILLIAM McKINLEY Ill tife mil Work l r Ihn Mtiinorlitl IlllilUlllllg tumrliitliitl Vo have made clubbing arrange mnnlH with Tho Chicago Inter Ocean tor tho rule with that paper and ours of one of the best memorial volumes issued containing tho lifo of our late lamented President William McKin Icy The writer of tho sumo wns n lifo long friend of his a comrade in arms his associate in Congress was by his silo before ho closed his eyes in death and attended the funeral obse lilies nt Buffalo Washington and Canton Ohio Tim Inter Ocean has secured this workwhich makes n goodsized octavo volume GJxlOJ inches containing nearly GOO pages of matter and finely illustrated with nearly 200 copper plate pictures nil printed on the best hook paper nUll bound in a most sub stnntml manner in a finely illustrated embossed cover of cloth As stated above wo had sovernl memorial volumes presented to us and made tho selection of this one from tho entire list It is tho deter mination of this paper to give its readers the best the market affords We have made arrangements with Time Inter Ocean to club the same with our paper and tho volume can lo secured by our readers in addition to time clubbing rate at the nominal price of 7f cents and 22 cents additional for postage Tho volume will sell in nay bookstore readily for SI 60 n copy Send us your order nt once before the edition is exhausted NEW LYCEUM COURSE That the rendera of TIIK CITIZEN may know that n Lyceum Course is being provided for thin people of Ho run anti vicinity ns in recent years tho names and dates of entertainers are given thus early in time year It will lo observed that four of tho five Quilt during the winter torn and the other very early in the spring term All limit one are now to this place mill no apology is needed for opening tho course with so charming nn outer tniner ns Mrs Beecher Nights have been secured which do not conllict with other important gatherings is hoped that our friends will avoid- nmktog other appointments for these dates Tho schedule OarghillBetKJher Sat Jnu IIlIon Wm II San dare Mon Feb 10 Miss Katharine Eggleston11ett1ob26lieno IL Wolbourn Sat Mar 22 Halph Parlotto Time first of the above though not iu perfect voice when hero before was adjudged ono of the most entertain ins readers who ever vWted Ben o The second is recommended as giving n lecture full of grand thoughts 6mid delivered with wonderful elo copUmtoHhorThe fourth has gained a national reputation for his discoveries in who PopularoHis lectures contain nuggets of the solid gold of practical wisdom hut they sparkle with wit and fun and satire Single admission to each enter tainment 25 cents season tickets 100 Children under 12 years 1C cents told 00 cents L V DOPOE IAn ish Portrait FREE d Attractive Holiday Presents Wo mire offering this year tho most Complete nnd Attractive lino of Novelties in Jewelry ever presented to our trade Desirable Gifts for- Young and Old RBMEMIIKII We have goods at Prices to Fit all Pocketbooks and all wo ask is an opportunity to show you our line Wo will dp our best to please you Every customer receives our most careful attention T A Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main St Berea Ky GuaranteedSalary 9001 Yearly ItfllClKnlItool work looking alter our Interest NUOe salary guaranteed arty extra rommlulonii and exponw rapid advancement old established hones lined halloo for ramet man or woman to secure plo wiit rwrmanent po ltlon and liber al Income New brilliant line Write nt once STAFFOKU rUESS 43 fhnrrh Nt New llnven Conn a mneveryxtlal reputation iy3i salry per year utyebie weeklyatreaghtmlwlon uilory Patti each Saturday and cxpcuno money advmiaol earn week 8TANUAHI HOUu4ni DURBOKN CHICAGO Repair That Loom Homeriplin is cowing into fashion again mid our irls keep up Collegeiof fireside industry which may firing education and comfort to many homos v Wo can pay for troll ttoven linen 10 cents a yard jeans GO cents linsey se cents wellmatched bed coverlets 14 to 6 Patent dyes not accepted old fashionel indigo preferred For information address JOSEPHINE A ROBINSON Homespun Exchange Bores Kv A New One A portrait painted in twelve shades and colors by patent appliances that produce an Absolutely Accurate Likeness When wo found out what they worn wo know our customers would want them und we have arranged to hnndlo n limited number as gifts to our now and old customers OIL FINISH is everlasting made from nny photograph or tiutypo- ABSOLUTELY FREE FOR CASH TRADE Our offer is ono bust free as soon as you trade amount represented on tickets being distributed by our nolicitors who will call for your photographs and got full directions for making tho samo Lady dont nil to ask for coupons upon making each purchase they cost you nothing BICKNELL EARLY Berea Ky IlKAAY IIAKDWARK AND FARM IMPLKMBNTS DRY GOODS CLOTHING ETC COME AND SEE THE SPECIMEN PORTRAITS AT OUR STORE A Young Mans Success in Life often depends in large measure on outward appear auco It is his duty to dress nt all times as neatly as circumstances will allow Stylish Wellfitting Suits and Overcoatsc- an bo bought in our store for a small outlay A big stock to select from and a competent tailor always ready to make alterations when necessary to insure perfect fit Good Suits Overcoats 8 and down Fine Suits Overcoats JO andup We can fit you and please and save you money Covington Banks Richmond Ky T C LOWRY ATTORNEYATLAWRichmond BUILDINOMAIN STREET Collections and Real Estate SoecUltv II T Mclntvre St Paul Minn who has boon troubled with a disor dered stomach says Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets do me more good than anything I have over taken For sale by S E Welch Jr MEAT MARKET 1 have reopened the Meat Mar ket on Main Street Fresh Meats Dressed Poultry and Vegetables in SeasonM RAMSEY Berea Ky Three Years in RichmondAnd sots of teeth that have boon made at my office if there is one set or any Slits that show any defects I will make a new set free We are ranking the beat set of teeth in the world for S7SO and if detects show in Ive years wo give you n new set free This applies to all time teqth I have made or am going to make tho best alloy fills in the world at 75 cents DR HOBSON Dentist Permanently located in tho Hobsor Buildingnext door to Gov eminent Richmond Kentucky Reference Richmond Nntional Bank Special Prico to Students INVEST WITH The Ideal Realty Guarantee Co RESERVE BETTER CONTRACTS PLANS Than any other company doing usmess i he State Those seeking honest legitimate investments will receive our most cordial and thorough attention DR C E SMOOT Pres S 1L TUUOR Sec Gen Mgr J S CRUTCHER Trcas Oapital Stook S1OOOO HOME OFFICE RICHMOND KY Fair Dealing Pays And that is ono reason our business iri increasing We sell you iu n way to bring us your Future Trade and that of your friend For The Holidays Now Rockers Ladies Desks Couches Dining nnd llethoolllIFurniture and many attractive articles to make tho homo comfortable Picture Framing Carpets Matting Rugs UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY Night Phone 66JO S JOPLIN Richmond Ky nonO nnFall and Winter tomorrowWE ing Goods We have ANTICIPATED your wants and are ready to supply them from a large and complete stOCK Mons and Boys Shoos Hoavy Boots Bootoos Foil and Rubbor Boots Undorwoar Nockwear Socks Gloves Hats Caps Umbrollas Rain Coats You will find us complete in STYLE QUALITY and PRICE and will save you money which is the greatest anticipation of all DOUGLAS CRUTCHER 1 207 Vest Main Street RICHMOND KYiMr Geo W Pow Is our BEREA AGENT and has a line of samples Goods can be had of him at the same price as charged in Our Store at Richmond sssssssssssssss t9i THE CITIZEN A Weekly Newspaper BEREA KENTUCKY Special Nntlro to Our Kearirr This paper b on file at the office of The ChII sago Inter Ooonn lOfi108110 Feat Monroe Street Clilcnpn where our renders will be courteous greeted who may rare to call upon The Inte Ocean for a tour of Inspection and MghtBccln through Its magnllleent building In which cat bo found every mechanical and scientific provement of the age In connection with the eels of a great newspaper It li a rare treat to any one Interested In the subject and hould- bf taken advantage of SUNDAY ARRANGEMENTS FOR STUDENTS At the last Chapel exercises of the Fall Term President Frost spoke as follows regarding the Sunday ar rangemeuts for students- I have to announce a somewhat different order and arrangement for our observance of Sunday tho Lords Day This matter has boon under consideration for a good while and tho Faculty has finally come to very satisfactory agreement as to tho best plan The reasons for the change are numerous and weighty I cannot mention them all at this time but I wish you to know that we are not acting for one reason or for two reasons but for a great many reasons As we have studied over the matter we have been surprised that wo hnd not seen tho needs of the case and entered upon this plan long ago Of course we realize that there will be some objections and disad vantages about any plan that can be devised We have tried to find the arrangement that upon the wholeI will have the fewest and tho least obI jections and the greatest advantages For one thing we have felt thatI the College like other institutions which are placed in circumstances like ours must do something itself for its students on the Lords DayI and that we cannot leave thorn alto gether to take their chances in a small village like lierea We ought to meet with the students for one College service on Sunday the same as we do on Monday and any other days of the week The tendency of tho ago is toward concentration and we are sure that it will be most profitable for us all to have a general as sembly on the Lords day Our plan is this 1st We shall make no requirements for Sunday morning service The Union Church and the denomi national churches cordially invite the students to attend their services and we leave them to accept one of these invitations according to their own pleasure The Sunday morning serv ice is optional and free 2nd We shall holda College bervice like daily College prayers but occupying one hour on Sunday night which will bo attended by all students who are above 15 years of ago This service is id chargo of a Committee consisting of Prof Jones Dr Burgess and Mr Gamble and we are very sure that it will bo the most pleasant and profitable College service over hold in Berea 3d All students will be expected to attend the Sundayschool which is under tho care of the Union College Church Our Bible study can be made most effective and profitable in one wellorganized school To this Sundayschoolrequire ment however there is a large ox ception Residents of Berea who attend other Sundayschools in the summer will bo encouraged to con- tinuo in tho same schools throughuut tho year They must got excuses from their advising officers so that we shall know where they are but we not only grant these excuses but we advise them to get excused and continue in tho school which they at tend in the summer And further for tho most part we shall bo glad to excuse students who are now attending tho Baptist or Disciple Sundayschools and have thorn continue as they have begun in those schools And still further any specialcases for excuse from Sunday school or night service will be kindly considered by tho advising officers or the Faculty Lot us outer into this arrangement happily and with tho determi nation that we will get the greatest possible pleasure and profit out of it a What In Liter What Is life Is It to sleep and rot to dress and frolic to get gain and worship the world Is this nil that life means No far from It If we are Gods children life means much more than this We must read his will In his word and works We must pray mid plan and execute We must seek to be u blessing to each life that touches oursItov William J Iloltzclaw hap list Atlanta ILOCAL AND PERSONAL I Willard Sharp is very ill AT Fish is on tho grand jury Rev II M Peuniman is with uJII again Miss Mamie Hanson is at home againBrother Dertbiok is in Jackson County this week Miss Nellie Harrison is very sickf from consumption Mrs R E Preston is suffering from a sprained ankle The now system of lighting thin Chapel is a brilliant success John Lucas of Inwood Ind is hereon a visit to his childrenj Rev W D Smith has returned from an extended visit in Owsloy County 1 Mrs Talitha Galloway has taken rooms with Mrs Lizzie Burke on Cen ter StroetfMrs Alice Baker who has been very low from consumption died yesterday Tho Music Department has ono now piano and four now organs for use this winter Mrs Lydia Coyle mother of T J Coyle is recovering from a severe at tack of pneumonia The Glado School colored closed Friday evening with an exhibition at tho Baptist Church Miss Anna Brannaman of Wildio has been hero on a visit to her cousin Miss Ella Chosteen The Students State Y M C A convenes in Lexington tomorrow to continue over Sunday Mr and Mrs Lake of Croton 0 aro the guests of Mr A S Hill and mother on Center StrLOtIElder D G Combs has accepted the pastorate of tho Glade Disciple Church for another year J B Harris of Winchester whoI worked on Tile CITIZEN last winter is to enter the married state Tho College offices will be open for business with students and their friends Tuesday morning uextIStanley VanWinklo is recovering from his broken leg and will bo able to come homo in a short while Mrs Hardin Golden has returned from a visit to her daughter Mrs Chas Coyle in Sparksville Ind Mr and Mrs Johnson of Lexing ton who have been hero visiting Miss M Ballard have returned home The East Madison Gas and Oil Co have purchased the farm of Isaac Davis under Indian Fort Mountain Mrs Frost starts away today to seek means for providing for the now students who aro expected next term The eighteen months old child ol Mr and Mrs Green Hillard died Sunday night Burial in Jackson County Rov H F Aulick will preach at the Baptist Church next Sunday morning subject Scriptural Saucti fication Allstudents who wish to earn thoir incidental fees for the winter should apply as early as possible to Secretary Gamble Buruam Co of Buffalo Roller Mills Paint Lick have made this of ico a present ofa very handsomo wall calendar for 1902 A L Kirby of Fresno Cal vhoI killed Frank Groves in Berea twelve years ago had his trial in the Circuit Court yesterday and was acquitted- J S Rutherford of Wallaceton has rented one of tho houses on 1tI Vernon St so as to be able to have a son and daughter in school this win IterMr and Mrs O E Nixon leave to day for their homo in Mt Vernon O Wo regret losing Brother Nixon and his amiable wifo May all blessings attend thorn G V Owens in boring for a well on his property on Center Street found a splendidstream of good water at the depth of 30 feet Tho water stands 20 foot deep in the well Lucy Overstreet a former student of Borea is now Mrs James Bowman Mr Bowman was formerly a resident of Camp Nelson Ky but now makes bis home in Columbus 0 U S Wyatt has rented tho houso on tho Gay property on Chestnut Ave Mr Wyatt will have two boys in school this winter and some smaller ones in tho Kindergarten At last accounts our old friend J C Teeters has not recovered at all from tho injuries ho received in a wreck on tho railroad last summer We learn that Brother Teeters is in Chicago for treatment a Tho East Madison Gas and Oil Company aro boring on tho Tine Williams farm They have gone down nearly 200 feot and have mot with some gas Tho company is pro paring to sink a well on tho Lester land next week The closing exorcises of tho Tall Term of Borea College maid in tin Chapel last night wore wellattended and very enjoyablouB Rhetorical Class acquitted themselves well Tho singing was good tho violin solo was a treat and tho whistling solo by Mrs L C Hiuman was immense MADISON COUNTY There was a largo nttondonco at County Court last Monday Rev G W Young Lecturer of tho AntiSaloon League spout Thanksgiving in Richmond Mrs Maggio J Culton wife of Rev J N Culton of Richmond died at her homo Inst Saturday morning Tho December term of tine Maui County Circuit Court is in session in tho Masonic Hall Richmond Judge T1 Scott presiding Tho December term of Circuit Court opened Monday Owing lo tine repairs on tine courthouse not being complete tho session is likuly to bo short The residence cf George D White Whites Station was destroyed by fire Thanksgiving Day Tlin dwelling cost 21000 There is an insurance of 7500 Tho Blue Grass Rnpd Transit Company of Lexington Inns secured part of the right of way for an olec trie lino to Richmond via tho Richmond std Lexington Pike Mr T C IL Adams recently pur chased a farm known as tho Thorns burg place lying near Waco and about eight miles from town TIne purchase was mado with view of establishing a stock farm and with a view also to mineral possibilities In making some improvements Mr Adams discovered a bank of ochrn used in painting Dr Potent of tho State College pronounced it of the very best quality There lire all colors in tho bank and it in likely to prove a source of great wealth to the owner THANKSGIVING DAY Beroa is realizing morn than it used to tho importance of thu Thanksgiv lug service We are sure that any family which was unrepresented in the groat gathering in tho College Chapel last Thursday will bo somewhat behind during the year to come Tho union of all tho people in Be rn was very gratifying Bro Aulick led in tho long prayer Bro Derthtck road some wellselected Scripture passages and tho sermon by Dr Chas flerrou ol Troy 0 was ono which wo shall long cherish for its uplifting power Dr Herrons visit accompanied by his wife was a pleasure to all Borea Bereas Best Term The Fall Term which closed with so fine an exhibition last night hMI probably been thin best in long history There havo boon more students in advanced classes more now annul ex pensivo branches of study taught and more thorough and delightful work ill along the lino Wo shall mare to remember tho enjoyable Mountain Day the brilliant department Socials tho superb views exhibited by Mr Bennett tho inspir ng address of Hamilton W Maine tho uplifting sermon and gay social of Thanksgiving tho well eanned victory in football and countless mem rablo hours in church society and esson room Every student tan ling Im glad Im in this armyl v PEACE ONPANAMAjI liberal Force Surrenders to the Co lombian Troop Colon Nov 30leace prevails on tho Isthmus tho Liberal force that captured this cltyhavlngcapltulatedto government forces Tho terms of surrender agreed upon at tho conference held on board tho United States gun boat Marietta and at which the com manding officers of tho Marietta of ho British cruiser Trlbuno and of tho French cruiser Suchet Lieutenant Commander McCrea of the Machlas Captain Perry of the Iowa Generals Alban and Jeffries representing She government of Colombia and Senor Do La Rosa who represented tho Liberal party were present are briefly ns follows Senor Do La Rosa agreed to surrender tine Liberal soldiers now at Colon with their arms to Captain Perry at noon Captain Perry In his turn agreed to hand over tho men and their arms later In tho day to General Alban who In his turn guaranteed life and liberty to all men recently la inns against the Conservative government of Colombia Tho surrender ot inns was to be bona fldo In ovOry respect LVI1 CONmmfSI mST SKSSION House Dec 2Opened at noon David B Hendcrson la reelected speaker Committees appointed to notify the president and senate that house was ready for business Over 3000 bills Introduced these Including measures providing for a Pacific cable protest ing against tho conduct of tho Hoer war removing duty on hides restrict- Ing sale of oleomargarine regulating trusts creating a reciprocity commis lion repealing bankruptcy law sup pressing anarchy taxing Incomes and Inheritances and providing fur a flex Iblo currency Semite Dec 21Ir ryoMe rapped tho senate to order Two new senators sworn In and committee appointed to notify president and house of conven ing of senate Adjourned to Tuesday out of respect to memory of Mr Kyle S Di- Y McGovern Knocked Out a Hartford Nov 29 Terry McOov ern was knocked out nt the Nutmeg Athletic club by Young Corbett within six minutes from the start of the tight Tho end came after a rain uto mind 44 seconds of the second round had elapsed Young Corbett who outside of ring parlance Is known as Hilly Hot dwell of Denver Colo not only defeated the champion In less than two rounds of fighting but bo did It so perfectly that there was no doubt about the cleanness of his victory Cape Colonys Army Capo Town Dec 2Slr Gordon Sprlgg prime minister of Capo Colony speaking at a banquet said Capo Colony was maintaining In the Cape an army numbering 18000 men the bulk of whom wero mounted and that these numbers were Increasing weekly It was a great strain on the treasbury said the prime minister colony was prepared to bear It as long as necessary The rebels were being gradually rorn down and the prospect was not discouraging uu Too Late When Your Health Fails And if you arc in the hest of health that is the best of reasons applyforLife The time willcome when you cant pass the medical examination Consult the Mutual Life Insurance- Company Of Kentucky todaynot tomorrow The New Perfection Policy best in the worldor the Three Per Cent Gold Endow ment Bond for Investment as well as protection Write us immediately J V IIKCK Jr SpwUI Agent Slate llnnk and Truit ll1dgtItlrlunnml Ky W II roKTKIC IMtrlrl AgentiIIrea Hnnking Company Ilrea Kjr DR M Er JONES Dentist OfficeRear Mrs Fishs Millinery Store Office Days Thursday Friday and Saturday of each week A Good Cough Medicine f from The laeltr Tootronnba Autlralia I Hud Chamberlains Cough Homo dy is an excellent medicine I havoI boon suffering from a severe cough for the last two months anil it has effected a euro I havo groat pleas ure in recommending itW C WOCKNKR This is tho opinion of ono of our oldest and most respected residents and has been voluntarily given in good faith that others may try tho remedy and bo benofitted ns was Mr Wocknerl This remedy is scld by S E Welch Jr A J Snell wanted to attend a par ty but was afraid to do so on account of pains in his stomnch which ho feared would grow worse Ho says II was tolling my troubles to a Indy friend who said Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy wilt put you in condition for tho puty I bought a bottle and tako pleasure in stating that two dosos cured mo and enabled ma to have a good timo at the party Mr Snell is a resident of Summer Hill N Y This remedy is for sale by S E Welch Jr ORDERS ARE MISREAD And a Fearful Wreck Follows on the Wabash Road HUNDREDS KILLED AND INJURED Those Who Kucaprd limtiiiit heath la till Cal halo Vero Literally UUIIMltf Alive Vlillnm Mostly IniiiilKriilitn Ihclr Triiln llrliiR SiimMied Cum Vletrly Dlnnxtrr In Mlrliljiiii Detroit Nov 2Rrom 100 to lliOI persons were killed or Injured In nI passenger train wreck on the Wahush railroad Two heavily loaded ger trains collided headon at tullt speed one mile east of Seneca lIchI Tina westbound train of seven curs two of them tilled with Immigrants was smashed and burned There was awful loss of life or fearful Injuries to majority of Its passengers Tho eastbound train the continental 11mc ited suffered In scarcely less The track In the vicinity of thoI wreck Is strewn with dead and Many physicians from Detroit hnvlI gone to the scene The continental limited was In charge of Knclnecr Strong and Conductor Martin The other train a double hendur was In charge of Engineer Work Engineer 1arks and Conductor Charles Troll Tho limited It Is believed disobeyed orders In not waiting nt Sonera for the other train thereby causing the wreck Tho track at the point where tho collision occurred was straight and atTrst the olllclals could not un derstand how tho accident could have happened Tip westbound train which ordinarily leaves Dotrolt at 230 oclock was two hours late leaving at 420 p tu The two trains met at Montpcllcr 0 according to schedule ut tho limited had orders to moot tho westbound twin at Seneca The tilninu Is therefore placed on tho conductor or engineer of thin limited Hud this train been held at Svnqca the RcclI dent would not have occurred The train was duo at Seneca at G43 ac cording to tho change In the schedule but apparently orders to await wore disobeyed William Sterns editor of the Adrian Press who has just returned from the wreck states the cause of the disaster was the misreading of his order by Engineer Strong of tho continental limiter Tho order read Pass at Sen cell but Strong understood It to rent Sand Creek Tho conductor of the train read the order rightly lie did not know the engineer had misunder stood It and suppoied that his train was going on a siding I1ndlng the train was running rapidly the con ductor put en tho airbrakes himself but ho was too lato and just then the engineer set the brakes to try to avert tine force of tho collision IlOIIKIt KXIUmKI Thirty llvr HnufTrd Out In u Detroit Mutiiifaeturlng Ilunt Detroit Nov 27s tho result of the explosion of ono of tbo boilers In the Penbcrthy Injector companys plant In this city 29 men are dead five of them unidentified and 24 other men arc lying In the various hospitals of tho city sulfuring from terrible cuts and burns and other Injuries Tho Ionborthy Injector companys plant occupied half a square at the corner of Abbott street antI Brooklyn avonuc It was composed of two brick buildings separated by a 10 toot alley Tho rear building In which the boiler was located anti which was completely destroyed was three stories la height C4 foot In depth and 100 feet wide Tho boiler room was located at he norOiwost corner of the building on tho first floor It was In this build ns that most of the manufacturing was done It was a horizontal bailor which let go and caused the awful loss of life The awful crash came without the slightest warning Those In tho building said It seemed like tho concussion of an Immense cannon The floors and root of tho rear build lag bulged upward and then crashed down with their heavy loads of ma chinery and foundry apparatus Walls roofs and all dropped Into a shapeless mass of debris- Commander Tilley Acquitted Auckland N Z Dec aThe Unit ed States naval court at Tutulla Samoa has honorably acquitted Cap tam n Benjamin P Tilley tine naval gov ernor of Tutulla of all the charges against him No evidence to sustain these charges was presented to tho court Commander Urlel Source has succeeded Captain Tllley as naval governor of Tutulla Tho charges against Captain Tilley aroso from cer tain allegations made by missionaries- In Samoa against tho captains moral character Dress Caught Fire Kansas City Nov 30Sarah D Lester 6 daughter of o well known merchant was burned to death whllo attending a birthday party at tbo real dence of J D Rlddoll With other children sho was playing with birth day candles whon her dress caught fire Mrs J D Illddcll was seriously burned whllo trying to extinguish the flames Miners Conference a Failure Huntington W Va Nov 28Tine joint convention of coal miners and operators of West Virginia and Virginia has adjourned and was not suc cessful as the miners had hoped But ono operator was present and ho rep resented tho Kanawha field Another moelnB will bo held at Indianapolis In January Crushed by a Log Napoleon 0 Nov 29Whlle unloading legs Mat WeIsner living west of Florida was caught by a Ing In such a manner that It threw hitallll the log rolled over him crushing hK body and breaking bU neck IIi I id l1INE INCISION Piiprentfl Court Idile JlIlnd line Xiovcrnnieiit Washington Dec 3The opinions rendered In the United States su premo court were tho last two of tine Insular test cases Ono of them wax that known as tho fourteen diamond ring ease Involving the relationship of tho United States to the Philippine Islands from a tariff point of view anti time other what Is known as tho Dooley case No2 Involving the constitution amity of tho collection of duty on goods shipped from row York to Puree Mien In the former caup the court through Chief Justice Fuller hold that diamond rings brought In from the Philippines and over which tine cnsr arose should have been exempt from duty under the Parts treaty of pence that treaty made lane Philippines American territory the decision In the Philippine case followed closely that of tine first Porto Mean rase of last aria In tho Dooley case It was held that tho duty collected on goods curried from Now York to Porto Hlco was permissible but that It was In reality a tai fur tho benefit of tho Porto Illrnns themselves rather than export duty as was claimed by the merchants who antagonized the guv eminent In the ease In both cases there were dissenting opinions con current In by four of the nine justices of thu court IfUIII ISCISlmTIn Id Ong Upset it liiinii Firing tine UIIIIIIIiAltoona Pa of a lamp probably by the family dog caused the death of five persons at George Station near inert Tine vie inns Mrs Mary C Ilurk and her four children Adam 16 Mary 13 Joanna 11 and Joseph Victor 8 Carl lurk the husband was badly burned Mrs Ilurk was awakened by a smoke In her room She denlethusband who found the ablate Ilurks clothing was but ha rollrd In the snow to extin guish the names Ho then summoned the assUtancn of neighbors but when they arrived there wits no hope of saving the hove or rescuing tbo in 1 mates lluric was sent away to a bOilIpltal crazed with grief The mouse was soon roriRiiruHl sad tin bodies charred and blackened were terov ered One corps roan not tit ilimin KUlKhed from the ollrr The lump was left burning In thi kitrhtti fun Ito boy Mann Want Whisky Tax Deduced Cincinnati Nov 27 Representa tires of tint whisky interests of the United Suites held n meeting more the object of which was lu discuss the present taxation on whisky The son torment was absolutely unanimous as favoring the reduction of the tires 1t tax of 1110 per gallon and for the ex tension of the allowance for evapora lion or outage on goods made subse quent to Jan 1199 It was decided to draft a bill covering hose two points and for having tho same Introduced Into congress as soon as that body convenes President John U Thompson of tho Kentucky distiller who prusldnd at tho meeting will pre pare the bill Union Miners Released Madlsorvlllo Ky Nov STbtl court took the personal rocognlianc of the union miners arrested Sunday to answer any charge tho grand jury at the next February term might nod against them and released withuutiball Court then adjourned men ItTl for their camp at Nortonvtlle A large box house Is being built thereto bn used Instead of the tents as lodging quarters for the men Presi dent Wood said that more buildings would bo erected and that by Jan 1 ha would have 3000 union miners and their wives In tho Nortonvlllo camp New Baseball League Chicago Nov 30 The American Association of Professional Baseball Clubs with Thomas J HIckey as ident was launched here The newtmagnates finished their preliminary business and adjourned subject to tho call of the president Chicago 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SlrnrniiC- arorlRM lijr American prrs AseodrtlonJ YctIruoh ninl upon Egypt Afterward he will let you hewn Tin time hail mine to deliver iHrmI from Egypt arcordlni to HH promise to Abraham 1111 xv 11 MOSIH ninl Aaron urn wilt first to tin eldtra of litnicl to slots liy thu nidi fJod hUll toiniiiniidtd lint they are llln tie credited agents In darnels ilftlriTiincr The oplo txlluviil sad worKlilpinl who they heard tlmt Ian wnu nlnnit to ikllvcr atnt sent to invniinRO from tIll Ianl lHnu1 My silo My firnlljorn nnd I nay unto thin let My mm lint he play serve Mo mid It thou films to Ut him behold I will slay th snit thy finttliorn Ilinrnohii rep was I know not till Ix ri iicltlirr will ortanti lu greatly Incrvnuctl tile tanks of In freel that they cried Iniit Moses non and Muses crieil to tlu loin who thou said Now holt thou what I will do to Pharaoh Anil He repeated with great emphaxlii Ills nuMiramx that lie would now deliver iNrnel hI 18 Noto 4nK clally the seven I wills of s ftvr VS lieKlnnlne nml endliiK with I nin the land Thin yet one plaeiie of our le fton Will the only one of which Ood npnke to Pharaoh IrL1 t but lit Is lung u RiilTvrliiK that He scinU first iiluo olliiTB It perchance Phnrnoli will repent and prevent the urnsalty of tide ml ter rlMu one Ho sent lilood frog 1111 Illen murrain Inilln mil loctmts dnrknrxs vII to x hut Ihnrnohollly Imnlrned hi heart IT 11 rll a 13 II ii vlll IB 1012 Ix 12 ill Ti x JO 27 xl 10 until this hint one hall to none Infore ht would let Isrntl lieIoffend to let them If they would tar but stay In the laud Then he offered to let the men hut not tho rhlldreti Then he offend to let old uud young Kit hut not Hocks nnd henls Hut not till after thU last plague was he will IIIK to let all as the ion denmnded vlll 21 x 11 21 silo81 IJ The whole anal Is suggestive of Ihu way sntnn holds on to hoist whom the Ionl would rtxleem noel nlno bone whom He has re deemed hlnilerliiB them from full oonso rrnllon to tlod Hut It we would glorify i nt tint nn hoot mast Ito left inhind Ix 2it Wo muxt Ise wholly set npnrt for Hlmnelf IN Ir 3 Titus 11 It V 2 1 hind sale to Abram that when his teed Nhould leave their houw of boating they would come out with great miliMtmice Gen xr 11 UTie word harrow In this passage mid also li III 21 22 silo 15 ehould te auk or deinnnd Mt It V for the Israelites lad long ieerwel the ICoJillaiw and hind n right to some recompense To borrow with no Intention to return the Ililnu bor rowed Is simply to Kteal anti Cal could not authorize that which He had forbidden or was about to forhld xx 15 Jtxl ncrer tempts any ono to tin Jos 13 10 much lens commandslU 47 That ye may know how that the Lord doth put n difference bvtwefn tho KKyptlans mid Israel The awful nigh druw nigh when becauseof Pharaohs phi there was to bo one lend the first born In all Isritlan homes from the pal see of the king to the home of the hum blest peasant Cattle also were to suffer In like manner but no obedient Israelite would suffer nod the difference would be manifest to all It came to pass Ju ns God sale xII 20 10 nnd Pharaoh Mull the IvKyptlans thrust Israel out xll 31T3 When tho plagues preceding thl one came upon the Kcyptlans Israel nut feted not vIII 22 Ix I 21 nUll God MlJ to Pharaoh I will put n redemp 11111hlIIe txtwctn teoplc on earth In the sight Gal Is not wealth or poverty elucatla- or Ignorance culture or the lack of It but redemption 8 After the plague of darkness and Pharaohs heart was still further line coal ho said to Moses Get thee from me Take heed to thyself See my face no more inch poses replied Tlioti past spoken well will see thy face ngaln no more ix 28 2U There notes n past graciousrlieened and It wants only Its own way of death and Gixl gives It up saying He cause I have called and ye refused I will also laugh nt your calamity I will mock when your four coineth Pray 2127 lie hind to say ns Israel Increased in Bin that though Moses mid Samuel or Noali yetlierael Jcr xr Kick xlv 11 Yet this does not conlllct with the truth that God love mid He Is not willing that any should orlgli I John Ir 8 10 II Pet III ID 0 The Lord knew that Pharaoh would not listen to Moses thought he was free to do so It he had chosen and the Lord took occasion thus to multiply Ills won tiers In Egypt for He nmkctli the wrath of man to praise Him and restrains the remainder Ps Ixxvl 10 He would make Pharaoh to know that lie was Je hovah In the midst of the earth and that there was none like Him In all tho earth alit by his wonders upon Pharaoh mid bin people pie would make ills name to lit declared throughout nil the earth rill 22 Ix 1111 Hy the obedience of Ills people nnd by Ills lower on their behalf nlso by Ills judgments upon Ills enemies He makes Ills name known Ills name was ncror so fully declared as In Christ John xII 4 21 10 Laud Moses owl Aaron did all these wonders before Phnrnoh that Is God did them through Moses lad Anron upon Pharaoh anti his people It Is ever God who worketh both In mercy to Ills own nnd In judgment upon Ills vucmien whatever Instruments lib may use As Ills redeemed we must not see second causes but only anti always the one great first cause even God Himself As to the hardening of Ilmnioht heart note carefully the passages quoted under verse 1 In this connection nod observe that It Is written that Phnrnoh hardened lilt heart ns well ns that the lord hardened Phara heart Goo commanded Pharaoh to et ills people but knew the perversi ty of his heart that he would not let them till compelled to though he ilyhisMill more All that God did toward lime hardening WWI to lay upon Wm a com mand which k saw fit to disobey STUDENTt q 4 4 BY CHARLES M SHELDON Author of In Ills Steps Malcom Kirk The Crucifixion of PhilipStrong P 5 4Robsat lIardy Seven Days s 1OOPTIIIOIITIIQ in n S A nr ADVANCE itmusnncn co CHICAGO ICHAPllm I WAS about till middle of Sop 11 t amber In the year 18M Tho walks nrnnml till InilldlngH at tope college that hud been do eurliMl tlirough till Hiiinnier Ill tloll were Ixgliinlti to b wile with Ktn dents The full term WIIH to open on werepAn express WIIROII drove through the hug Rate lint opened on tho college groiniilH laid n boy who wnu sitting on lime sent of till wagon with tho driver looked around with eyes that took In niiich pofiHllilo willie tIP express ulna drove slowly up to n large dormi tory building where a dozen students were sitting on the steps Yen thin In Unnkln hall said the driver In nnxwer to n questlonliiR look on the IxiyH Part The lay jumped down nnd began feeling In his pocket How much It lie said Fifty cents said the expressman an he xolzed the trunk nnd began haul wagonT and then In another Ho neenied to Ito on time paint of nskliig Ronicthlng hilt as till driver threw the trunk on the ground and thou need him he took his hand out of his jacket and paid the man half n dollar Say arent you going to help mo entry the trunk up stairs My room Is up two flights Charge you 10 cents said the driv er pausing minute with one foot on the wiiKon step The toys bond went down Into its pocket ngnln mill its face Hushed deeply under n heavy tan color Ho muttered Homethlng nlxut getting the trunk up alone anti tit oxprcxsnian In stoutly mounted his sent mid drove oft The boy turned around mill faced tho crowd on tho steps awkwardly Well freBhle said one of the- group no youve arrived like the ele plant with your trunk Yes replied the newcomer slowly while liln face Hushed again ns It had before Is this the monkey cage to the circus Good for you cruet n troy with a tennis racket ns he jumped to his feet mid came down the steps The restof time crowd laughed all except the lay who had spoken first and stored nt the new bay with sore Interest Say continued tho boy with tho racket Ill help you carry your trunk up stairs Now then fellows glvo us room according to our strength The owner of the trunk looked sur prised but ho accepted tho help with thanks and niter n heavy tug up stalra the trunk was landed safe In the room The boy who find helped sat down on exdalmelsWhat you got In ItT In what In hew ho replied kicking Ills heels against the newcomers property aftnsome books at the bottom Good place for cm too remarked the other Wish some of mine were thereThere was nn awkward IIlIen which the new boy broke by looking around the tam mill finally rising to open n closet door to look In Where you from New York or Chi cago or London asked tho boy on the trunk ns he stared good naturedly at time otherIm nnndall and my name U Edward Blake Interrupted the oth er reading the name from n card tacked on the top of the trunk Fresh maul Yes Are you No Once Is enough said the oth er getting off the trunk nnd walking over to the window Im n poor soph omoro now Nothing to do but play tennis and flunk Arts you coming Into the club I 11nt know said time new boy slowly He began to unstrap his trunk looking curiously ns he did so nt the other student There was something quite unusual to his mind In n sopho more Inking such nn Interest In n fresh man It wns contrary to nip college habits ho hail ever heard of amp It made him feel shy amid Ill nt ease Tho boy at the window turned around and looked earnestly at Ed want Hlnke You neednt bo afraid of me If I am- a sophomore I wont bite you Im not afraid of you or nnyboy replied Edward Hlnko quietly Well thatH what pike you for I guess That was n good one you gave llankln shout the monkey cage Ho thinks because his father gave thus old mall to the college that ho owns the whole concern Edward Hlake listened while work Ing at his trunk straps When he had unlocked the trunk he did nut open It however nnd tie boy by the window noticed the same hesitating look ho jWeiry I forgot to tell you my name or ojso you forgot to ash It Im Willis Preston Anything I cnn do for you let me know I room just over you hall above Youll probably hear from toe IIeall He grinned nslfo walked toward tho door hill there wns nothing malicious In the look mid Idwnrd Hlnke gravel thanked him for hits offer They were still standing In the same position looking at each other Blake with ono hand on the cover of his trunk as If ho Intended to open It as soon as his visitor was gone when nn event occurred that somo jieople would say could only happen In n story but never In real lift However much truth there may bo In the old saying that truth Itself Is stranger than tic tion It Is certainly true lint In the lives of us nil cortnln tragedies have COI nt unexpected moments In wnS that have definitely changed not only tom entire course of our own lives but that of very many others well It Is certain that this event In the life of Kdward Blake totally unexpected nod tragic ns It was affected In ways he could not understand both Ids own lire and that of the young man he was fat ing Some one down stairs hind asked question of a student going through the hull mad the next moment n roes senger bay appeared nt tit door of Kd ward Hlnkes room Which of you Is Edward Blake he asked as ho stopped Into the doorway Ive got n telegram for blin- I nut said Blake quietly He open ed the envelope and Willis Preston fa some reason paused on Ills way out As the now lay read the message Preston knew at once that the news wail very serious 1lyfather Is dead Killed In an ac cident Come home He read the message mechanically aloud He was so dazed by It and the 6thor student was so stnrtled that midi thor of them heard a rush of footsteps up the stirs The crowd outdoors hind come up to see the newcomer nod guy him n little under the lead of Itankln who wanted to get even with the freshle for his remark They were met nt the door by Pres ton who simply sold with an understanding of what was fitting that would have done credit to a much old er person Fellows go away He has Just had terrible news from home His father has boon killed In nn accident Edward Hlako sitting down In that little room with his head In his hands overwhelmed by the news feeling the whole universe slipping around him not able to grasp the meaning of the unexpected event In Ids young life lad nevertheless n vague feeling of thank fulness to the lay whom he had known only a few moments The crowd Instantly hushed A few curious but sympathetic faces appeared at the door and looked nt the figure of the new boy ns ho sat there The sacredness of n My father is dyad great trouble Invested him with time garment of majesty Willis Preston went up to him and laid n hand gently on his shoulder Tills Is dreadful news for you Let mo do anything I can to help you In any way Blake looked up still too dazed to messenger boy who hall been leaning against the trunk suddenly spoke up- Theres 15 cents charges on time tell gram This outside city limits Blake made n movement to put Ills hand Into his pocket hut Preston at one pnld the pay Can you sign the book he said bringing It to Blake and giving him a pencillie signed It and Preston noticed that his hand did not tremble Tile lay took Ins book and went out Now of course you will want to take your trunk bnck with you Ill llx It tor you Say fellows some one run down anti get Logan to toke the trunk right down to the station Meanwhile ho busted himself strap ping up the trunk Edward Hlake look oil on fur n moment In silence Sud denly he roso and went over to tho window and Preston heard n sob and the words Motherl Frocda The tears dune Into his eyes as he pretended to arrange something about the trunk timid then ho straightened up and went over to the other Its terrible for you Your mother have a mother and slater at home on a farm just out of Randall I dont know how He walked over to his trunk noel sat down on It still sobbing Preston look ed on usable to say n word One of the other lays appeared at the door way twin wild Logan would be up In n few moments You neednt worry about time trunk or anything Well see about getting It down to the station nil right You can catch the oclock In time Blake rose again mid walked over to the window Suddenly ho turned around anti fnced his new acquaint mice with n color that was III startling contrast with his blanched look when the news came I havent n cent with me to buy a ticket or Prosyn could do something Ill lend you all you want And then to its great relief Iogan the man of all work ulwut the college carne up mill helped him get the trunk down stnlrs Hlnke fol lowed mechanically the crowd about the hall looking on gravely Ill go down with you and help you ofT Wo might ns wIll ride with Lo gan said Preston and he and Blake got tutu the wagon mill rode out of the college grounds together boughtsUlakes ticket checked tho trunk and telegraphed the mother that her son was on the way When the train canto In ho saw Hlako on board and as It started lie waved his hand sympathet ically to time sorrowful figure by the window As he turned away to walk up College hill he said to himself Wonder how I would feel to get word Illsaface had a curious look on It as bethought of the possibility When he returned to the hall he was unusually serious mill It was many a day before be could dismiss from his mInt the tragic event In the other boys life and yet not even then did he realize the meaning of It nil or Its bearing upon collegerEdward Blake went home and time next few days were filled with grave experience for him He was 10 years old Ills mother and sister were all the family left the sister two years younger than he Edwards father had been a thrifty careful farmer who hind passed through all the experi ences of deep poverty struggles to pay Interest sickness and the loss of two younger children lint this last year matters hnd turned toward a more hopeful future For two seasons the crops had been so heavy mill prices so good tint for almost the first time In his life the sturdy farmer felt able to Bend one of his children to college and after long planning the lays trunk was packed with many n carefully mended and made over garment that mother and sister hind worked over while the tears fell on the garments as they worked And one reason why Edward Blake hind hesitated to open his trunk In the presence of a stranger was not because be was ashamed of the homely clothing packet Into It but because with a delicacy of feeling tint marked a really poetical temperament he shrank from showing others the contents of a trunk Into which had gone such n lavish display of affection pitifully bestowed on the best they could afford nt home When he entered the college grounds that afternoon anticipating his coming college llfo with tho keenest pleasure this young man from the humble farm at Randall hind only CO cents In money After he had paid the expressman and turned nround to face the group of careless students sitting on the steps of the dormitory bo hue realized that ho was absolutely without a cent thrown upon hula own resources for milkIng his way through a tour years college courso unless his father could advance him a little help It lad not been his fathers wish that Edward should start for college until certain money due from the sale of grain could bo put Into his hands This money was promised him by his father mud would meet his Immediate expenses for n few weeks But It was with the definite knowledge that he was on the whole to depend on his own struggles that he hind ventured to start and begin his college life ready to do any honest work he could find In order to pay his way Ills room had been already reserved for him ac cording to the custom prevailing at Hope college He had great hopes of finding plenty of work In the neighbor hood of the college and no boy or girl of the hundreds that came up College hill that September afternoon had a more courageous or sanguine heart than Edward Blake The event of his fathers sudden death clanged In n second the boys programme of life pie found himself at once the only support of the family and during the weeks Immediately fol lowing pals homecoming he simply ac cepted the situation ns meaning for him the giving up forever of all hula am bitions for an education He hnd talk ed the matter over with his mother and slater and there seemed no way open and nothing to be done but to go on with the farm work and give up the college course altogether That twits a month after hula fathers death Three months afterward at Christmas time as ho was at work In the barn Wending some harness Edward Hlake had n now Idea come to him He had brooded over the break ing up of his ambitions and hnd grown not only more serious but more gloomy as winter went on Ho suddenly rose to his feet on this particular afternoon and throwing tho harness down on tho floor ho went into the house Ills mother and sister were at work there Freedn preparing to get the evening mealMother said Edward aa he came in I want to talk with you and Free da about going to college His mother paused In the work she was doing and looked at him In aston uu u Ishmrnt It was tin first time he had uttered a word sluice hits fathers death about college She had taken fur grant ed as he had that the college life was a thing not to he thought of any more didnt mean shout going myself continued Kdward slowly while his face which was somewhat dull In re pose lighted up almost handsomely with n Hut wliat8 the reason Freeda cant go Freeda who sons holding a teacup almost dropped It on the store she was so startled by the unexpected proposi tion But how can I spare Ireeda front the house I neid her to help about the mlllc and butter and nil thin work Of course said Freeda emphatical ly Its out of the question Ned Its foolish to think of It Nevertheless her brother noticed an excitement In her manner that was not alt negative Its not Impossible Froeda said Edward doggedly Now of course Its out of the question for me to think of going nut mother that letter from Uncle Will the other day In which ho spoke of the probability that he and aunt would come out here this winter If they should come aunt could help mother just as well as you do Wo dont know that they will come said Mrs Blake looking doubtfully at the children She was going over the long last talk she had hind with her husband In which they hind both ex pressed a great desire tint their chil dren might have a college training TO BE coxTixuEn1w FOREST FIRES- CAUTION So far this fall we have not Buffer edmuch from Forest Fires Let us all he on tho lookout to prevent any damage in this direction this year Everything is very dry leaves are falling nnd n very small spark may cause much loss of property and oven loss of lifo if allowed to fall among leaves or stubble Bo careful Necessary Expenses for Twelve Weeks School Penon who board themselves ran rpittil M much or little M they rhoo e on living expenses It pays to have a little extra money for lect ures book and other timings But the necewary expenses are only an follows To pay tho lint day IIALL HALL School Incidental Fro I ro II no Ex hospital Fee z 2 fienscs I etc about 200 2 00 lencral lIel OlU 100 1ii Room stove tahleeta 2 00 2 Fuei and 2 60 3 f1 Rent ol Laundry ro Flint Month Board S 00 00 Living 1725 rs75 pets To pay during the term Laundry 150 ltd Mo Board 5 00 500 Beginning 3d Mo Board 00 6 00 28 28 75 Genl Deposit returned 00 no Total Expense 13 weeks 27 87 75 For those below A Grammar deduct the tl for boot Ind II from Incidental Ire making tho total only R2t75e When four girls room together each eaves f on room and tt or more on fuel making the total only V8I7B If clawed below A Grammar Fuel Is 60 cents more In Winter and 50 cents less In Spring term Two rooms for housekeeping with stores etc can usually rented for from tots n term The price of a big calf a little tanbark or n few homepun bedcover will given term of school which will change onoi whole life for the blUrt 60 YEARSI TRADE MARKS C Anyone tending a ketch and description ascertain our opinion tree whether au InTontlnn Is Communlm lions itrlctlrconfldentfaL Handbook on Patents patents1atents iY tptelal notice without charge In the Scientific American A handsomely tllnitrated weekly largest cir SoldbyallnewsdealerIUNP a BUY THE NMSEWING Do not be deceived those who n vertiso n 16000 SowIng Machine for 12000 Thl kInd ofn machine elm be bought from us or any of our dealers from 1000to f1800 WE MAKE VARIETY THE NEW HOME IS THE BEST Tho Feed determines tho strength 01 weakness of Bowing Double Feed combined with other trollg Points makes the New Tome tho best Sewing Machine to buy ill showing the tilt n 6 101 CIRCULARS ftrent styles nlnehlnes- wo Hewing manufacture uud prices before imruliusliin THE New HOME SEWING MACHINE COiMASS Union Rq N Y Chicago III Atlanta Oa 5t LouUMo DalUuTcxKan Kmnelsco ls FOR SALE DV SISCO ft CO Ilc oas 1llar Ky I 4THECITIZENBEREA KYDECEMBER 5 1901 THE LIQUOR TRAFFIC SCATHING ARRAIGNMENT OF IT BY A TEMPERANCE ADVOCATE Declared to HP the OITuprliiK of rtoth Avnrloc and Apprtlfr Which Arc Termed the Mint Prolific Work of the Devil The two greatest anil most proHfle works of the devil are appetite amid avarice says a writer In Christian Work Almost nil the evils of this world spring from one or the other of those and some are the offspring of both To tills latter class belongs the gigantic liquor trnlllc It Is nourished both by the appetite of the drinker and by the avarice of the dealer and those who support him Now the law of Gals antagonistic both to the lust of the flesh and to covetousness and to the liquor dealer and nil the contempt bio business men editors preachers and city olllclnls who support him the word of God utters the solemn warn ing Woo to him that bullileth a town with blood and cstnbllsheth a city of Iniquity Woe unto him that glveth his neighbor drInkthat putteth the bottle to his mouth and inakcth hIm drunk also If there Is anything on earth which Is manifestly a work of the devil It Is this business of running a city with the revenue of the liquor trafllc The law of God la diametrically opposed to the business of building a city by Inlq uity This Is one of the works which Christ came not to regulate but to destroy Tho saloon business Is not to be put on an equal footing with grocery stores dry goods houses etc These nre legiti mate because they meet the legitimate wants of men The saloon Is Illegiti mate because It meets no legitimate want whatever but Instead of this cre ates and fosters the most debasing and destructive passions and appetites of menThe saloon Is not it necessity but a nuisance and hence has no right ut all to exist either on Sunday or any other day It Is the most formidable menace to the church of Christ on earth NIne tenths of the men engaged In It are In fidels and absolutely hate the Idea of God and law Listen to some of their compliments on the church At a meet ing of brewers In Ohio the following was posted on the wall as a motto Down With the White Livered Clergy and the Sunday Schools On another occasion a Philadelphia brewer said We have the money to buy nil tile lawmakers we want In fire years all the preachers who groan In your churches on Sunday will have to stop for we will drown them out with bands Is scarcely a crime known to the human race that Is not fostered and executed under the Influence of drink The crimes thus committed be come a part of our civilization Enact ed In our midst their baleful Influence passes from father to son from genera tion to generation A body cannot hope to long survive half diseased and half well The poison must be extracted from the system or It will contaminate the entire body- Intemperance Is blood poison taking hold upon our national body The sa loons are open sores where this body has broken out upon the surface Am putation may bo necessary In order to save the body but better enter Into life maimed rather than being whole to be destroyed We must cease to treat with this hell of Iniquity as though It were worth a place In the business world Let It ho relegated to a place beside theft and murder where It belongs That this may be possible wo must ed ucate the people and fight this evil by the words of our mouth This monster Las closed the month of the politician Ho reads the proof sheets of nearly all the great papers of this country and editors even though Christian dare not speak within their columns their sentiments upon the temperance ques tion Fame In Temperance Work An engraver recently cut at Wlllard hall In the solid marble of tho tablets the names of leading temperance work ers from the stntes of Illinois Mama chusetts Iowa Nebraska and New York The name of Miss Sarah Gordon Johnson Is placed on the Massachusetts tablet by the unanimous vote of tho temple trustee board In recognition of her long and faithful service to the temple The names are as follows E W Spicer South Edmeston N Y Al fred C Halvorsou Osslan Ia Mrs Jane Scholes TIcheuor In Mrs Sate la Ilmnmau Hock Rapids la tho Cody Union Cody Neb tho Terre Haute Union Terre Haute Ill Mrs Mary W Townsend Worcester Mass Mrs Mary Hoor Shcdd Oakham Mass Mrs Jane Elvira Damson New liralntree Muss Mss Sarah Gordon Johnson Boston A Ilamiellern Connclence A minister once asked a saloon keeper If his conscience never troubled him respecting his business The man said Como Inside sir It was the middle of the day There was none of tho usual customers about My friend walked In Pile grogseller went behind his own bar and leaning on it said Itcvercnd sir there are times when I stand behind this bar and look at the men who fill this room I hear their blasphemy and their lewd songs I see their fighting and their awful misconduct and I often say to myself If there Is n picture of hell on our earth It is III places like this Dom 1aul ana Liquor Every ono knows what an Inveterate smoker crlresldcnt Krugcr is but it is not so well known that ho has only once In his life tasted alcohol It was champagne be drank and he put down the glass with a face of llsguit Correspondence Rockcastle County Hickory Oroyo Arthur Wilmot son of Mr and Mrs R A Wilniot plans to attend school at Boron this winter The exhibition nt tho closing oxer cisos of our school last Friday night showedvery careful training on tho part of tho teacher and thorough study by tho scholars It was a good timeThe term of public school just end ed is said by everyone to be tho best in every way in the history of Rock castle County T T Simmons a student from Berea College was tho teacher Mr Simmons has lone his work well One of the patrons of the school said at tho closing exorcises last Friday nightuU there is not State monoy enough to secure Mr Simmons to teach for us next year I will contribute 5 as my share to secure him Itockfonl Henry Thomas an old war veteran died last week consumption Miss Sis Gadd has returned homo from n two weeks visit to Brush CreekTho quarterly meeting began nt Scaffold Cane Monday night Dec 8 Miss Fannie Culton is preparing for a very interesting entertainment the last day of her school which will bo Dec Joseph Bullen of this place is visit ing his brother at Dallas Tex Mrs Alice Cook and Mrs Burnott were in Mt Mernon Monday Mr Chennult of Richmond is hunting in those parts Miss Fannie Culton was called from her school Friday by a message stating that her mother was dead Mason County MnyavlIIe William Kirk and Miss Florence Cheeks were happily wedded at tho home of the brido on Lexington Pike Both are very industrious young peo pieMrs Anna Strawdor of Cleveland is home on a visit to her sick mother The oratorical contest given at the Plymouth Church was a success Quite a neat sum of money was real ized The prize for the best speaker was awarded to Miss Julia Simpson Garrett Breckonridgo is quite illat his home on Lawrence Crook Miss Alice Suns one the city teach ers spout Thanksgiving in Cincinnati The Thanksgiving entertainment given by the primary department was a successMiss Nelson is ill at her home on Elizabeth St One of tho most entertaining fea tures of tho season was tho birthday party given by Claudius Tiled Quite a number of his frionds were present and highly entertained themselves Little Anna Berry spout a few days in the country last week visiting friendsMrs Hattie Anderson is indisposed at her home on E Third St Clay County Bright Simile M H Frederick will close his school hero at an early day G A Sizemoro who is logging in Leslie County passed through hero this week Fleming Hubbard is planning to attend school at Berea this yiutor Our farmers have linished gather ing corn Tho crop in this locality was fairly good Hogs are very scarce hero Business here is rathor slack Hard times is a very general cry but this neighborhood is prosperous compared with others where crops nearly failed Hunters say time woods are full of squirrels Madison County Leytontown Rev Munday fluted his appoint ment here lost Sunday Ho was assisted in thy services by the Rev D 0 Francis find others Mrs Mary Shearer Mrs Susie Mills Mrs F E Campbell Mrs Lou Mason and Miss Addell Miller celebrated Thanksgiving with Mr and Mrs Henry Tevis at Silver Crook They enjoyed an elegant dinner Mrs Louisa Tovis of Lancaster is here on a visit to relatives Quite a number of our folks spent Thanksgiving hunting and some attended services at Now Liberty ChurchThere will bo a grand entertainment at Poytontown Church on Christinas ore Everybody is cordially invited Mrs Esther Martin entertained a large numbor of friends last Friday Tho closing exercises of our public school wero grand The teacher and tho scholars deserve much credit Quito a number of visitors from other schools were present Rev 1 Miller will fill his appoint mont at Davislown next Sunday at 11 am Rev S M Watts will preach to our Sundayschool next Sunday Jackson County Klrliy ICed Mr James Hat field camn homo from Drip Rock this County on a short visit Saturday Miss Eva Clicks school at Long Branch closes next Friday night Mr S B Combs at Morrill Saturday and Mr J11 Van Winkles at this place Dec 10 Mr Van Winkles and Miss Clicks schools close with exhibitions to which every one is invited Time accident at Parks last wOk in which Mr Mahaffeys stavemill was demolishedwas caused by tho bursting of tho equalizer which throw tho cutoff saw high in air A piece of it came down between Mr Joie Halos team of mules and buried itself in tho hard ground No ono was BcriotiRyl injured Revs Richard and Peter Moborly preached at tho Parks Schoolhouse last Sunday The people of Sand Gap District met at their schoolhouse for church last Thursday while tho people of Parks District observed Thanksgiv ing by holding n song serviee The evils charged up to cigarettes range from petit larceny and divorce to insanity and death Tho combi nation wrapped up in rice paper which appeals so strongly to children and is so earnestly damned by parents and the medical profession may Iw wiped out one of these days Eleven states have laws prohibiting the sales of cigarettes and the law makers of thirteen states are consid ering drastic anticigarette meas ures and the women and school teachers of Tennessee Maine Utah Oregon and Washington are agitat ing and using all tholr persuasiveness la stop the sale of cigarettes There can be no particular objection to the prohibition except on the part or tho manufacturers and the people who are addicted to the use of them There is little profit for tho retailer in the business The manufacturer will eventually have to quit business because he does harm The cigarette fiend de prived of his smokes will have some bad days and worse nights but in the end ho will bo a totter man and more wholesome individualCincin nati Post CIIAMIirllIAINVS STOMACH ANH IIVKK TAIIIKT8 Try them When you fool dull after eating When you have no appetite Wheu you have a bad taste in the mouthWhen your liver is torpid When your bowels are constipated When you have a headache When you feel bilious They will improve your appetite cleanse and invigorate your stomach andregulate your liver and bowels For sale by S E Welch Jr u THE HOME VARIETY IN FOOD Tho woman on n Kentucky farm finds herself often wondering what to cook next because sho grows tired of tho every day faro she has cooked every November and December since mho began to keep house It is one of tho pleasures of housework to make now timings and experiments often provo not only of interest to the ex perimenter but to the family that finds itself dependent for life and good work on tho woman who cooks Milk is one of tho best articles with which to experiment and milk soups are nearly always acceptable to all the family Thoy must have a founda tion One of the simplest is aide mum potatoes and onions Cut up in thin slices two cupsful of pooled raw potatoes and ono cupful of pooled onions put to cook in a quart of water lot stow gently from ono half nn hour to an hour with tho cover on then stir in one tah1os ooH of butter mixed smooth with two tnblpsiKXtns of Hour and allow to boil up pour in one quart of milk and season with suit and ti very little pepper It should bo eaten hot with bread or biscuits sliced heated in tho oven until crisp Such a supper is much better for children than moat espec iolly if they have had a cold diunor such as many school children in tho country must eat Another soup made in time same way except that two cups of onions are sliced and fried brown in a little grease thou put in n quart of water to cook an hour to make tho foundation of the soup This makes- a good hot supper for tho man who has worked in the cold all day With soups bread or biscuit toasted iu the oven are much moro digestible than crackers which are of fine starchy flour very slow to digest Cornbread that is thin and crusty is always good with milk soup and a meal iliad 0 on such soup and plenty of broad either of wheat or corn will give moro real nourishment to n child than a meal of sausage and potatoes because ho digests thorn easily The food a child gets during the years of growth will give him not only his bodily strength but his ability to think as well A diet of too much grease antI starch foots lUll broad and potatoes will give a child a flabby weak body that will not sup port good brain growth Tho moun tain people recognize their uood of other food material than bonus cab bags loan moat and eggs Time beans mutton milk and eggs give muHclo and brain the grease and potatoes give fat and are all needed while to matoes and apples help tho other fools to digest and make good blood withwhich to keep tho body healthy It is worth time while of the house keeper to vary tho food variety makes growth of all kinds and the holy must have many kinds of growth to effect well dnreloped strength of muscle and brain While much depends on tho foods selected and the materials used all these foods must bo well cooked in order to make them digestible and of rise to time body A well nourished body can do greater work Tho woman who cooks for a family holds their health in her hands o Piano Recital This occurred on Monday night the Chapel being illuminated by the now lights for tho first time In spite of rain a good audience was prosent and tho lovers of piano music enjoy ed a program of woll selected and representative pieces rendered with commendable accuracy and some feeling Your Opportunity IS AT HAND DO NOT TURN AWAY FROM SUCH AN OPPORTUNITY Road every word of this adv and then act THE WEEKLY INTER OCEAN Will distribute absolutely free among its subscribers old and new just before Christmas SSOjOOO IN PRESENTS Gilts include pianos 10 organs 10 sowing machines fi Appolo self piano players cooking ranges 4 Dockash heaters 10 graphophauos com plete over 100 fine musical instruments seal coat bicycle furs fine milli nory clothing beautiful oil paintings 10 gold watches portraits razors cutlery cameras and hundreds of other high class presents Send a postal card for complete list of gifts and all conditions governing the Great Distribution Remember tho cost is absolutely nothing to old and now subscribers of Tutu WEEKLY INTER OCEAN and the WEEKLY INTER OCEAN one year FRIt 1m THE SCHOOL Kdltctl bv J WUhMmorv Urn of the Nor mat Dciurlmvm Hen ColloKn PRIMARY TEACIIING AND SUNDAYSCHOOL WORK In entering upon tho duties of primary work It is absolutely necessary to havo a clear comprehension of tht requirements this class tho manlier of teaching should bo adapted to tho intellects of tho children amid must be in touch with their daily ox periences Use only such ilustrations as they can readily understand Our lessons always lead up to Christ and the Heavenly lifo The frequency of its portrayal is one ol tho greatest dangers our Sabbath schools have to encounter Tho cess of the school depends as much upon till tact and talent of tho teach ors as upon tho superintendent the teachers must devise now and bright ways to toll this old oldHtOrrHO sublime ami so true In the primary classes wo havo various devices with which to attract tho atUnitiou of the little folks but Move all wo must have simple ear nest but direct teaching Tho primary teacher jiwds to bo gifted with more tact and greater ability than any other teacher In the school for tho older pupils can reason out time lessons for themselves but in limo primary tlopnrttiuwt everything do ponds upon the teacher time children know only what is taught thorn Too many teacher fail to get down to the children in their Bpwch They talk above them and limo children go away with but a poor Idea of tho los son A low veil iumpressed facts are of fur more value than a vuguo concep tion of the entire lesson It in no small thing to nllO III IIIOtI lit II ones self to the the minds of these little pilgrims but tho successful teacher must do so Tho progress seems slow nnd oftontluieu touchers grow discouraged from lack of attention at oilier times because of poor attend mince thou is time timo to bring for ward Homothing now Avoid monot ony anti you will bo enrolling sew pupils unload of putting down ab Nonce marks Wo all have our ideas of what our Sabbathschool work should IMI limit do wo curry out our ideas t Lot mo illustrate n sculptor views a lingo block of marble and ho aces beauti ful angels iu it but it requires tine study and tools to reveal them to tho world Years pass and his work is completed but own after his very bost efforts have bent expended tho artist is bound to admit that neither his wisdom nor skill could invent nor his tools fashion time beautiful mental picture ho trieu to portray Ho fail ed to realize his ideal So it is with our lessons The themm are too lofty for us to give fitting oxproooion to thorn so as to teach tho children properly Yet if we are promoting the ideas iu our own words and lives so as to have the best possible influ once upon those with whom wo meet wo are doing tho will of the Heavenly Father Tho work of ono Sabbatil school teacher often seems of little conso quonce one star in the honvons scorns nothing too nut a myriad scatter ed stars break up the night and make it beautiful So there nro throngs of faithful Snbbath school toachorri whose influence for good is being felt throughout time world They are working singly separately and by different plans Yet they have in common ono grand final purpose io to teach their classes of time love of Christ mid of the art of living Theirs is n noble work It cannot fail It is for eternity A part of Gods groat planSTELrA K HLAZKR THE FARM ntllnl hr 8 a 1rofiwr ol Horti Papule perm Collide PITHY POINTS ON POULTRY IINo doubt it pays if wo occasionally parch seine corn for the hoes It will pay ifsomois burned to char coal Thom is loss risk of disease with ducks than almost any other fowls If they hays n free tango by tiny nod comfortable quarters nt night they will nerd very little attention One of tho easiest ways to got supplies of fresh meat on time farm III tho mitninur time is to raise lucks A duck at thin ago of two or three months in about as largo as an ordl nary grown chiekon and tho moat is much heartier than chicken moat of which farm folks often Ret quite tired Thorn aro soma timings about poultry raising which can bo taught only by cxporiouro and in the business n little practice is worth n world of theory It is ono of the branches of farm iiidtwtry which does not nooni to have I In lit Ill much from tho ox porimout stations B gin moderately and acquire your own oxporlonco No ono will sticcood in poultry un ions he linn the proper qualifications Those qualifications consist Inn love for time work not too highstrung iu your ideas willing to work hard and give ti fair honpftt text Hut if you are great on imagination want to build air castles have no particular love for low Iallll hire all the work done wrlmpfl it might IMI as woll tlmt you keep your hands off tho uiiHitiFMi Pluck wiergy grit uxjxir ioupti and capital aro the ruquiHltoH for grad work Frozen combs menu what Do you over wo n hen on the tienl that has a badly frozen combt lens with roam commits will not lay until recovered prom tho shock Aro till combt of all your hi ns frozen If not why uotT Ifmummy are fnvon very likely they were tho best layers The laying lion has a wnlldovoloptnl commit and naturally very louder Aro tho frozen onus single or row combaT Large single combs aro a pretty sight but a dangerous appon dago for a fowl iu our latitude where tho incTUry drops Iwlow zero Ibo rove comb breeds are proforablo Their combs do not freeze so readily have you a bard that has large or small combsT Are you breeding to IncreaKO or decrease the size of time comb Prudencn would suggest to reduce the size of the comb ns much as possible In the pant entirely too much stress has boon laid on the size of thin comb Even some today firmly believe that a good layer must havo a largo comb Tho color mid not tho size of tilt comb indicated tho layer Our effort is to reduce tho size of the combFrom The lItp fill lien- CII4IIla ANn COIIIB IN OIIIIIHCKN Itrriiiiiinniilnlliin of u Writ Known fill rage riifkUn I use and proscribe ChamborlaiuH Cough Remedy for almost nil olwti nato constricted coughs with dirwit results I proscrilrt It to children of nil ages Am glad to recommend It to oil in uood mid seeking relief from colds and coughs and bronchial af flictions It Is non nnrcotin and safo in tho hands of tho most unprofes sional A Universal panacea for all mankind MUM MAIIV R MGLBNDY M D Ph D Chicago III This remedy is for sale by S 12 Wuluh Jr n BEREA COLLEGE FoundedI1SSS Places the Best Education in Reach of All Over ao Toacltors 800 Students from UO States Largest Collogo Library In Kentucky NO SALOONS Trade Hcltools Carpentry Printing Housework Nursing two years Modal HclioolH General Education and fitting for advanced courses For those tttfflciently advanced to gel a teachers certificate Applied Hclonco Two years course with Agriculture for young men and Domestic Science for young ladies Normal COIIIHO Two years with practice teaching Academy Course Four years fitting for College for business amid College Course Literary Philosophical Classicalor lifo MiiHlc Reed Organ Choral free Vocal Piano Theory We are hero to helpall who will help themselves toward a Christian edu cation Our iu a free gift Studenta pay a small incidental too to meet expenses of the school apart from instruction and must also pay for hoard in advance Expenses for torn 12 weeks may bo brought within 2400 about 14 to tie paid in advance The school is endorsed by Baptists Congregationalist Disciples Method eta Presbyterians and good people of nil denominations For information and friendly advico address the Secretary I WILL O OAMBLE Boroa Madison Qoy Ky