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REV JOHN UODWELL Mgr l An Independent Weekly Knlrrvt Wllli til HlfViig rlw rstnpln ritu rrioinl SUIT euia oaJnm of maffer litl AYandad IE4ti E cITEIZENDovoted to A of YEAR the SCHOOL I VOL Ill A Family Vapor BEHEA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY DECEMBER ll 1901 Fifty cents a year NO 20 IDEAS PpfHillr rommflKlwl to DM rtiKtatU at HtrM Dente tSInlerTwM34G1 Tako the ball on tlio hop as the children An- yStdko whim tlin irons hot mild tilt blacksmith Make tiny whilo Iliu mm shines advised the farmer You cannot grind with the water that hati paused rumbled time mill It IB impossible to make the best of life without the friendship of Ood TAKE NOTICE Prof Usury Churchill King of Oberlin widely known as scholar a preacher and un author is to give three addresses in Boron Hxmklng to the faculty and Collcgintn students at tho ProHidontH house Saturday night preaching to ntudcntH and citizens Sunday night nUll giving the College lotturn nt JIM Monday loud roomx lord board for atudoiitN can still bo found In flow Gollcgo bnlldlngx and with private families Notwithstanding the great increase of students there aro still good boarding places for those who must como a littlo lute Rev Mr Lodwick accompanied by Mrs Lodtviok and n Male Quartet will hold a service of song and praise at tho Hart SchoolhouHo next Sunday night at G oclock People in tho Hart district cordially Invited A CIIAMJi IN Till CITIZKX No doubt our renders notice in this issue n few changes tho Home School and Farm Departments hnviuir been transferred to tho second page last three columns Wa also call your attention to tho nriclo in last weeks iiauo of Tut CITIZEN under Tho Shop entitled lioueu building for It is so alai uputlr practical that wo n pt nt it this week earnestly ndvining ovary body to fiavo it for future reference and use There will ho two moro of these article on Housebuilding Tho series of articles now running in The Shop aro woll worth preserving EXTERNAL UISBA8BS or Tat IIOU AND TIIEin TIIUATUBNT Commencing with this lkalld continuing through four numbers we will give under Thu Farm n series of Tory valuable papers on the above aubJoct Every farmer ought to rend and preserve thrau articles owingTUEthe first of tho year Ploaso vend P 0 order or postage stamps to Rev Jno Dodwoll Borwi Ky Uro Dodwoll In now sick and needs tho money FROM THE WIDE WORLD Berlin Germany is to bo equipped with a Chicago telephone nyatom which has been under test for fifteen monthsAn American engineer has intro ducal at Alexandria Egypt an ar rangement of hoihtorH by means of which 2120 tons of cool can bo un loaded in ten hours and vessels will save five lays out of seven IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Mrs Jane L Stanford recently transferred 30000000 in tocks bonds and realty to Stanford Univer sityAndrew Carnegie has tendered to President Roosevelt 10000000 for tho endowment ofu national tinker city at Washington Mint Director Roberta says that during the fiscal year ending Juno 30 1901 the coinage or tho U S Mints amounted to 170999102 pieces of thovaluo of 130810781 of this f99065715 was in goldC- OiIMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Drymdge1town and tho school was closed fo nllo period It is reported that A D Blaine tho loading physi cian of tho village is stricken Parties who have boon prospecting on Stephens ciook for cold have re ceived a report from tho Government export at Charlotte S C whither they soot samples of oro taken from their prospect hole which fills them withwild enthusiasm Tho expert says tho oro will pan out 21 free gold to tho ton and S48 silver Ho further says that should there be a groat amount of oro in that section it will prove tobo one of tho greatest mint in the United States THE SHOP HOUSEbUlLDINO To the young carpenter tho building of his first house is a serious mnt tor It certainly does involve many things which lire often neglected mind many houses are therefore damp in convenient or otherwise undesirable I propOHo to give directions to tho Iwst of my ability that will enable any young man of average III tel II genre nud mechanical tafito to build a houflo that will bo comfortable and convenient A house containing a bedroom Mx 11 ft silting room Mxll ft and kitchen 12x12 ft on tho lower floor n hark porch 8x28 fla front porch 8x15 ft not shown on floor plan and attic above may bo built by fol lowing tho directions contained in this and succeeding papers Tho first thing to ho considered is tho location of tho houso Do not set it anyway or anywhere that is convenient to some particular place unless tho locflton is a healthy one Do not build in u hollow as it will often bo impossible to keep away from tho moisture and there is apt to bo stagnant water near A rank growth of woods and boggy places breed malaria and mosquitoes A house in tho midst of grovo is apt to be damp A house built on side hill should bo graded above it no to divide tho flow of surface water A houso should bo placed cornerways to the prevailing winds and a group of tall trees near the house is apt to causo tho chimneys to smoke A light sandy soil is better than a clay soil or rocky place A house upon a rise tho laud fall ing away horn it in every direction is an ideal location generally unless there ant objectionable surroundings It is a very bad Idea to lay tho sills within 8 iu of tho ground as tho moisture will cause decay Stouo piers 10 in or 12 in square should bo used in preference to wooden posts where Possible and at any rato they should bo sunk below the frost linoI in tho ground They should bo cated carefully at just tho right places to support tho corners of the sills and tho places whore tho parti tions rest on tho sills about 9 ft apart under tho outside walls Be euro that tho piers are sot perfectly square and level with each other on top Wo are now ready for tho lum bar The bill of which is as follows SILL Twelve 2x8 in 14 ft in length four 2x8 in 9 ft six 2x8 in 12 It FLOOR JOISTS Forty 2x8 in 14 ft twelve 2x8 in 12 ft placed 20 in to centers headers for floor joists at stairs 2d floor may bo cut from mitts of tho 14foot floor joists RAFTERS Forty 2x4 in J2 ft eighteen 2x1 ft two 2x4 in 10 ft valley rafters LEI AND PLATtS Twelve 2x4 featybridging etcrIUOK Ten 2x6 in 12 foot sills and floor joists fivo 2x6 in 8 tool sills and floor joists seventeen 2x4 In 12foot rafters and plates roughflooring thetteaching of mechanic The next paper will continue the tubjoctof iIouMbulWlnu Kd It Girdles Tho Globe Tho famo of Bucklons Arnica Salvo ns tho best in tho world extends perfecthealerSoros Scalds Boils Ulcers Felons ErupttonsOllivat aU drugstores T h WILLIAM McKINLEY Ills Llfe and Work by tlin Mrinnrlnl 1ulilMilni t iirlnllc n Wo have mndo clubbing arrange malts with The Chicago Inter Ocean for the sale with that paper and ours of ono of the best memorial volumes iHsucd containing time life of our late lamented President William McKin toyThu writer of the same was a life long friend of his a comrade in arms IIIH ofHocmto in Congress was by his inICanton Ohio The Inter Ocean has secured this workwhich makes a goodsized octa vo volumo 01x10 inches containing nearly GOO pages of matter and finely illustrated with nearly UOO lOpper plate pictures all printed on tho best book paper and bound in a most sub stantial manner in a finely illustrated mboBsed cover of cloth As stated above wo had several memorial volumes presented to us and made tho selection of this one front the entire list It is the deter mination of this paper to give its renders the best time marketaffords We have made arrangements with The Inter Ocean to club the same withour paper and the volume can bo secured by our readers in addition to the clubbing rate at the nominal addiIS160laSolid your order nt once before tho edition is exhausted NEW LYCEUM COURSE That the readers of THE CITIZEN may know that a Lyceum Course is being provided for the people of Be yearsthonro given thus early in tho year It will Ira observed that four of the five como during tho winter term and tho other verv early in the spring term All but ono are now to this place and no apology is uecdcd for opening the course with so charming an enter tainer as Mrs Beecher Nights have boon secured which do not COIl ict with other important gatherings It is hoped that our friends will avoid making other appointments for these dates The s schedule Sat J0011Hon Wm H San den Mon ehIOMlss Katharine Gggleaton Wed Fob 2 Reno B Welbourn Sat Mar 22 Ralph Parlette The first of the above though not in voice when hero before was adjudged ono of tho most entertain ink readers who over visited Berea second is recommended as a lecture full of grand thoughts and delivered with wonderful elo quonco cnptivotllIherTho fourth has gained a national reputation for his discoveries in wit a populnfiHu8tmtlon Tho fifth is a humorist of humorists Ilia lectures contain nuggets of the solidgold of practical wisdom but they sparkle with wit and fun and satire Singlo admission to each enter tainment 25 cents season tickets 100 Children under 12 years 15 cents and GO cents L V DODOE An Oil Fin = ish Portrait FREE Are You In Doubt AH to the thing to give at Christmas Thou you haveiit seen the Lovely Things broughtto Holiday Buyers Whatever your taste or fancy or whatever the length of your purse wo can meet your needs if you have in mind to give Jewelry The Christmas Turkey would be better reconciled to his fato if he knew he was to bo dismembered by ono of those superb Carvers and that husband of yours would snore fully appreciate tho well wishes MerryChristmas the bo best of its kind at the price T A Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main St Berea Ky 900Salary Men old women of good cdiireM to represent rotIsalary guaranteed yearly extra cnmmliwloni and OItabllbed1I0UIIIto teoure pleasant permanent poaltlon and liber al Income New brilliant lines Write at once HTAFPOItU 1KE88 t3 Uhnrrh Nt New llnven Coon Oro ver1fClUillpayableweeklyKT UraUut bona fide definite salary no rom minion Mlary paid each Saturday and expense STANDARIIYii9AI Repair That Loom I Homespun is coming into fashion again and our girls should keep up Collegeisliudingof fireside industry which may bring manyhomes We can pay for wellwoven linen to cents a yard jeans GO cents linsey 50 coats matched bed coverlets U to 16 Patent dyes not accepted preferredFor ExchRngoDofla h A New Oneu A portrait painted in twelve shades and colors by patent appliances that produce an Absolutely Accurate Likeness When we found out what they Wore we knew our customers would want them aud we have arranged to handle a limited number as gifts to our now and old customers OIL FINISH is everlasting made from any photograph or tintype- ABSOLUTELY FREE FOR CASH TRADE u Our offer is one fillet free as soon os you trade amount represented on tickets being distributed by our solicitors who will call for your photographs and get full directions for making thq same Lady dont fail to ask for coupons upon making each purchase they cost you nothi- ngBICKNELL EARLY Berea Ky HEAVY HARDWARE AND FARM IMPLEMENTS DRY GOODS CLOTHING ETC COME AND SEE THE SPECIMEN PORTRAITS AT OUR STORE WE HELP YOUNG MEN START IN LIFE By selling them highgrade clothing at extremely mod orate costapparel that meets all the demands of men of pleliBetho Fine Fashionable Suits 10 ABOVR AND Good Reliable Suits 8 AND BKLOW Patterns and styles to suit every tusland sizes to fit every form the tall tho short the fat the loauanda tailor ready to improve the fit when necessary On COVINGTON BANKS Richmond Ky T C LOWRY ATTORNEYATLAWRichmond OFFICE BUILDINGMAIN STKEET Collections And Real Estate SrJtCltv DR M Ee JONES g Dentist c MillineryStore Office DaysThursday Friday and Saturday of each week MEAT MARKET I have reopened the Meat Mar ket on Main Street Fresh Meats Dressed Poultry and Vegetables in SeasonM RAMSEY Berea Ky OFFICE Three Years in Richmond And out of all the sets of teeth that have been made at my office if there is ono sot or any sots that show any defects I will make a new set free We ore making the best set of teeth in the world for 750 and if detects show in ive years we givo you a new set free Thisapplioa to all the I have made or am going to make the best alloy fills iu the world at 76 cents DR HOBSON Dentist Permanently located in tho Hobsor Building next doorJQGov erument Building Richmond Kentucky Reference Richmond National Bank Special Price to Students IINVESTThe Ideal BETTER RESERVEIThan any other company doing Business oj he State Those seeking honest legitimate investments will receive our most cordial arid thorough attention DR C E SMOOT Pres S M TubeR Sec Gen Mgr J S CRUTCIIER Treas Capital Stock ffilOOOO HOME teeth RICHMOND KY Fair Dealing Pays And that is one reason our busiuens is increasing We sell you in a way to bring us your Future Trade and that of your friends For The Holidays New Rockers Ladies Desks Couches Dining and Bedroom Furniture and many attractive articles to make the homo comfortable Picture Framing Carpets Matting Rugs UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY NightPPhono 66 JO Se JOPLIN Richmond Ky iFalland Winter I wants and needs for tomorrow yY BANTICIPATK in the Fall our wants in Shoes and Furnish ing Gl s We have ANTICIPATED your wants and are reedy Nto sul ly them from a large and complete stocK Mons and Boys Shoos Heavy Boots Bootees Pelt and Rubber Boots Underwear Neckwear Socks Gloves Hats Caps Umbrellas Rain You will find us complete in STYLE QUALITY Coatsiand will save you money which is the greatest DOUGLAS CRQrCtlER i I207 West Main Street RICHMOND KYy Mr Geo W Pow is our BEREA AGENT and has a las of our sampes Goods can be had of him at the same price as charged in Our Store at RichmondJ ITHECITIZEN VERDICT A SURPRISE Schley Both Sustained and Con demned by the Court DEWEY STANDS BY THE ADMIRAl Be nhara nnd Ramsey tho Other Mem 5ers of the Hoard of Inquiry Seo Jliich to Criticise In the Applicant Conduct of the Campaign Synopsl of the Two Keports Washington Dec HThe flndlngi of the naval court of Inquiry that In Qulred Into tho conduct of Admlra Bchloy In tho Santiago campaign have been mode public by Secretary Long The verdict was a surprise showing a divided court There are two reports Admirals Benham and Ramsey concur In the first which Is signed by Adml ril Dewey as a matter of form Admiral Dewey makes a separate report The majority report condemns Admi ral Schloy on 11 points while Admlra Dewey sustains him In most partlcn lars It is probable that the friend of Admiral Schley will appeal to cn- grill or the courts for complete via dication of tho hero of Santiago bay The majority report condemns Admr ral Schley on 11 points while Admiral Dewey sustains him in most partlcu lays The majority opinion finds In brief that Admiral Schley should have proceeded with the utmost dis patch to Clentuegos and maintained a close blockado that he should have endeavored to have obtained Informa tlon of the Spanish squadron there that he should have proceeded to San tlajo with dispatch that he should not have made the retrograde movement that he should have obeyed the departments orders that he should have endeavored to capture the Spanish vessels in Santiago that be did not do his utmost to destroy the Colon that he caused the squadron to lose distance In the loop of the Brook lyn that he thereby caused the Texas to back that he did Injustice to Hodg son that his conduct In the campaign was characterized by vacillation dilatoriness and lack of enterprise that his official reports on the coal supply were misleading and Inaccurate that his conduct during the battle was self possessed and that he encouraged In his own person his subordinate offi cers and men- Admiral Dewey In his report says that the passage to Clenfuegoa was made with all dispatch that In view of his coal supply the blockade of Clenfuegos was effective that he al lowed the Adula to enter Clenfuegos to get Information that his passage to Santiago was with as much dis patch as possible keeping the squadron together that the blockade of Santiago was effective and finally that he was the senior officer off San tiago In absolute command and enti tled to the credit due for the glorious victory which resulted In the total destruction of the Spanish ships Town Burned Wayne W Va Dec 11Thll town the county seat of Wayne county was almost wiped out by a fire which red for five hours The loss Is about JitfOO with but little Insurance The following buildings are among those burned Lon Davis dry goods Wil liam Booten dry goods and groceries Peter Flschback saddlery and har ness Chapman Fry dry goods Addl son Napier livery stable L L Os bornos dwelling and dry goods store and Wesley Ellis wagon shop The fire originated In a stable The town had no fire department and the people were helpless Commander Young Relieved Havana Dec 1tA rumor current here that Washington authorities had relieved Lieutenant Commanaer Lu elen Young as captain of the port of Havana caused representatives of every shipping Interest In the city to send a cablegram to the secretary of the navy protesting against such ac tlon An Indignation meeting was held also at which a number of merchants formulated a protest against the removal of Commander Young Mr Young refuted to discuss the rumor Mrs Bonine a Free Woman Washington Dec HMrs Lola Ida Bonlne Is a froe woman The Jury found her not guilty of the murder of James S Ayros Jr who was found dead from a pistol wound In the Kenmore hotel this city on May 13 last Such a conclusion of the trial was generally expected the pop ular Impression bore being that from the evidence submitted the prosecu lion bad failed to prove Its case against Mrs Bonlne The Jury was out less than five hours Lamp Fell and Exploded Logansport Ind Dec 14Miss Sarah Gehring was roasted to death and her fostermother Jennie Dalley and her uncle Joseph Dalley were probably fatally Injured In trying to save the young womans life A hang- Ing lamp broke from Its fastening In the ceiling and fell striking the young woman upon the head and exploding Thunder and Snow London Dec 10There were vary severe gales and snowstorms accompanied by thunder and hall through out Great Britain Much damage Is reported as a result A number of chimneys were blown down and there have been some fatalities There are t six Inches of snow In the north of Scotland Through a Bridge Wllllamsport Pa Dec 16 A freight train on the Philadelphia and railitening Lycomlng creek between this f city and Newberry Three lives were lost The dead John Marts engl neer Frederick Glass fireman and George Hardy brakeman t iakk awry RESCUED FROMDRINIC HOW DR BROWN SAVED A VICTIM OF THE LIQUOR HABIT Gave Caihler Who Asked For Ills Aid a Card AppeallnK to Ills Krleni Nol to Invite Him to Drink Uh ThemA man tells this character- Istic story of the late Rev Dr John Wesley Brown the Incident occurrln while he was rector of Trinity church In this city The story was told the narrator by the doctor himself sars the Cleveland Plain Dealer One evening a stranger called at tho rectory on Superior street ndjolnln the church lIe was a well dresser well appearing man but evidently In deep trouble Dr Brown he said I have comp to you for advice and assistance I am- a victim of the drink habit I have an excellent position I am cashier of It wealthy corporation and I know that I cannot retain It unless I reform I want you to draw up a pledge for rne make It as strong as you can please and I will sign It and you will witness It Dr Brown leaned back and looked at the man How long have you been drinking to excess he asked The man told him It was for lire or six years ever since he land obtalne his present position He only draw when be was with his friends lIe I1h1 not drink at any other time When he was with his friends he would overate himself and drink to excess Often he did not go on a spree for a whole month but the attacks were growtn more and more frequent He seemed to be losing his will power My friend said the doctor rou do not need a pledge I see In you the victim of good coiupnnlpushlp You are far from being an ordinary drone ard If you signed a temperance pledp and broke Itas you would undoubted ly doIt would still further degrnd you In your own eyes do not advls the pledge The man looked dumfoundcd But what am I to do be gasped The doctor drew a card from his deal and rapidly wrote a few lines There be said rend that This Is what the man tend To Mjr Friend I find that I im becoming a victim ol the liquor bablt II do not quit am lUre to lee mf ixxltlon and ruin myrrh For QoOi take dont silk me to drink with you There said Dr Brown sign that and I will sign It as a witness All I ask of you Is to show the card wher temptation U at your elbow It you fall come here and tell me about It There Goodnight It was a full month before he return ed worried and dejected- I expected you long before tills said the doctor Tell me about It Did you show the card Yes replied the man The fIrst time was the very next night after 1 called on you A good friend of mine a railroad man came Into the oHlce and after I had checked up his accounts he said Come Charlie let us go over tc the oyster house and have a drink Well sir I was reaching for my hat when I remembered the card took II out and handed It to him I thought lu would never finish reading 1t lIe look ed at me and be looked at the card and then he slowly put his arms down on the counter and said Charlie I would sooner cut tbat hand off than ask you to drink again Well sir I showed that card several times after that and every blessed man that showed It to took It seriously Some times they said All right old boy sometimes they laid It down without i word And thenIt was last nightI forgot about It and here I am You are doing well said the doctor Have courage and try and make the Interval a little longer next time It was three months before the man came back The next time It was six monthsAnd now said the doctor to the narrator It Is nearly two years sins his lost call and I have reason to be lieve that he will not thud It necessary to come to me again So you see I was quite right It was not a pledge that he needed Where Crime Befclni An English prison chaplain line made tbe statement that In all caste of children convicted of crime the root of the evil Is found At home Long ago Victor lugo wrote that ninetenths of the Time In France Is due to neglected tblldbood The whole business of the liquor tratllc depends upon tbe met md women who drink and we know hat were drinking stopped crime would be reduced to a minimum The lope of the worlds redemption Is with thc children and who shall save the children If not the mothers tbe organ- Ized motherhood of the temperance re tormUnlon Sign- alDrnkenes In London rondon has sixty miles of saloons nod every week 3000 are convicted ot runkenncss Thero are In London 0000 people who have utterly abandoned themselves to drink and 10000 of these are under sixteen years of age The C T A U Grorrluir The membership of the Catholic To tal Abstinence Union of America was given at IU recent Hartford convention I 88441 There are 070 local unions The Increase during the past year was tiS unions and 4100 members What Franklin Said Temperance puts wood on the fire meal lu the barrel flour lu the tub money In the purse credit In the coua try contentment In the house clothes on the back and vigor In the bedyi ienjamln Franklin RELIGIOUS THOUGHT Gem Glrnnnl Prom the Trnclilna nt All Drnniiiliinllnn Freedom has Its limitations Itlshoi James A McFnul Itomnii Catholic Trenton N J- The Worlds Forum All the great problems of the world must be solved within the borne clrcli Rev Mary T Whitney Unitarian Boston The Sign of Kolillltr A mans attitude toward woman determines his rank In the scale of ni- lbilltyitev Dr Charles W Jefferson Congregationalist New York Worthless Wraith Wealth Is only u symbol of comfort and happiness and when It tails to bring these It Is a worthless thing Itev Louis Albert Ranks Methodist New York Death the Leveler In the presence of the dread messen gor how small are all the trappings of wealth and distinctness of rank and power Hev C E Manchester Metho dist Canton O Not a Damping Ground Anarchy must be stamped out of this country This Is the land of the free but not tbe harbor of the assassin or the fanatic Itev Hugh IS Ward Ito mau Catholic Brooklyn Stringent Mntiure The pulpit press and bar should unite In a perslateut effort to make this country so hot against anarchy that an anarchist cannot live beneath Its dag Her J C Youker Methodist Chicago Impotent Anarchy may shale its shriveled list In the face of law and order but It will accomplish no more luau If It shook Its puny hand at the solar aye tenorItev Dr George T Iurve Pre byterian New York Poor Though Utah Many a man has made a million dollars and still been a failure He only is truly rich who enriches mankind Character In the hull of all perma nent promotion Rev J T M John- stou Baptist St Louis Cannot Rap ItellKlon The man who denounces Christianity mid the church Is not free frown them but In every bitter word he betrays the fact that they Influence lianiHT and hold ldtuitev K Bradford Loavltt Unitarian San Francisco Too Ilarh For Oodt There are 158 hours In the week ind we are asked to give one or at most two of them to Gods worship Is that too much to auk when all our hours are strictly Gods Hev John Price Roman Catholic Ilttsburg Unman Yet Divine Since the church la tirade of man It III necessarily Imperfect But the fact bat It has been able to confer heaven ly blessings upon the world shows that It has In Itself something of the divine Rev Bruce Brown Christian Church Denver Edaratlon Xeeded We cannot have freedom In repub lie without IU responsibilities We be lieve that there Is a better way Our system of public education needs to bean education to touch the perverted Binds of those who reach our shores Bishop Henry C Potter Eplico pallan New York Divine Discontent In this country alone the poor man has exceptional privileges and opportunities lie Is lilted with a divine llscoutentwhlch forever seeks a higher level and his happiness lies In his dream and the possibility of realizing tbemHeY Dr Ore IL Hepworth ongregatlonaIUt New York The Meets of Snlclde A people or nation can receive no other condemnation so severe as a large percentage of suicides For un less the vast and overwhelming uia orlty fluds life good something Is ivrong society Is sinful there Is deep iprlghteouiness somewhere Rev David Utter Unitarian Denver Trust Ia God Word Do not let any opponent of simple alth In the affirmations of holy Scripture disturb your peace by expressing doubts on the reliability of time Bible Take It as It cornel to you Trust Its eachlngx Turn a deaf ear to all who would defame Its Integrity and trust vorthlneii Hev John WIthrow fresbyterUn Boston Loir Self In Oed and Duty Self must become subordinate to God The Individual roust lose sight of hits own being and so clothe himself with be spirit of God as to become a unit with the spirit of prophet and sage That matters It whether future genera Ions learn that one has lived The dIvidual must sink all vainglorious imbltlon sink It out of sight mind think only of what hit duty here ou earth hould lelter Dr Ehrenrelch He rew Philadelphia Our Social Life Needs Christ There Is but little religion In the octal world God Is hardly recognized Christians seem to be ashamed of their irofesslons In society Jesus Christ U arely ever the topic of conversation You do not know who are professors of religion when you get Into the social whirl Christians are not now known hy their walk and conversation Gos lip card playing theater going and drinking largely make up the social Ife todayItev A R Holderby Moors Memorial Church Atlanta Aarchys Three Factor There are three great factors through which anarchy has come forward FIrst there Is an Indifference to the lauctlty of tile law and It Is wide pread The second factor Is our own elfish disregard for the welfare of there of the state The people are In llffcrent and the people are not organ zed for good enterprise The third actor Is the selfish neglect of the ihurches to carry time cross and dls barge Its survlcd Bar Dr Howard 4 Johnston Presbyterian Nsw York r r = = ITHE HOME THE EDUCATION OF GIRLS By Klliobcth lUblnmn Scovll What are meu and womou put lito this world forT If we come to the finalresult it is to perpetuate tho race to leave behind thorn Limos who can carry on tho work of tbo world when they are obliged to lay it down The occupation then that naturo has duaiguod for women is to be tho mothers of the raco It ia truo that not ovory woman attain to this high destiny but that doe not ultor the fact that it is tho nature lot of tho sox Should not this bo taken into con sidoration in the education of girls The homo and the family are tho unit in the nation The wife and mother ia tho foundation of limo homo without hor its existence is impossi ble Whatever system of oducatioi is proposed for girls this central fnc must bo taken into consideration Thoy should bo trained first to be homemakers They should loam firs how to tend and care for the childret that may como to them BO that tin race may increase in strength am vigor of body in power of intellect and in righteousness of soul with earl succeeding generation Men and women each LaTe their part in this perpetuation of the race equally important but different II seems only common sense to say that their education for it should also IK different Each may bo on thr broadest possible lines but it should be adapted to the end iu view The In ans part is to provide and main tain the home tbo woman n part ia tc care for it and the children in it whc are the hope of the future How many women aro there whc know bow to do this in the beat peA Bible way when they marry lion many would thankfully exchange some of their ajcallod education for the knowledge that would enable them to prepare for the advent of their first baby and teed it after It comes if artificial feeding is tioces nary Again and again it has been said to me by young prospective mothers I know nothing about babies I have often felt tempted to answer The more shame for your mother who permitted you to marry with no knowledge of your natural duties It does not como by nature and it should bo as carefully and thoroughly taught as any ology of them all- This opens up the whole science of nutrition which is aa fascinating as botany The study may begin with the first need of man tho infants food What diet the nursing mother requires to enable her to nourish her child in the best way If natures food fails what is the boat artificial food and how it should be prepared In what way cows milk differs from mothers milk and how it should be treated to diminish the difference aa far as possible If this knowledge were universal there would be fewer patent foodllOldlIono of which are so advantageous to a babys growth as cows milk properly prepared There would bo fewer cases of rickets and stunted growth among children and a smaller number of deaths from marasmus and malnutrition The women who never become mothers would not be injured br bar ing this training for a possible future added to whatever culture they may have received in youth There are few who at some time or other do not have to take care of children and manage a house for others if not for themselves The American Mother Blown To Atoms The old idea that the body some times needs a powerful drastic purgative pill has been exploded for Dr Kings New Life Pills which aro per fectly harmless gently stimulate liv er and bowels toeipal poisonous mat tor cleanse limo system and absolute ly cure Constipation and Sick Headache Only 25c at all drugstores A Good Cough Medicine from ne acutltc Toowonmba Australia I find Chamberlains Cough Reme dy is an excellent medicine I have been suffering from a severe cough for the last two months and it has effected cure I have great pleas ure in recommending itW C WOOKNKB This is the opinion of one of our oldest and most respected residents and has been voluntarily given in good faith that others may try the remedy and be benefited as was Mr Wockner This remedy is sold by S E Welsh Jr THE SCHOOL THE CLOSING UP OF A FRE SCHOOL Wonli to the Teacher by Irrthlent Hunt You are just closing up your ton of teaching I horio it has fleet II pleasant ouo and while you aro glm to come to tho end you are n IIttlo bit sorry too that it is all over und look buck with nu affectionate look at tho schoolhouse whero you am your pupils have spout so ninny hours togetherBut you turn away from tbe schoolhouse you must reuiotnbc that the matter is not all finished yot You will bo pretty sure to remembo that the Commonwealth of Kcntuok has pot yet paid you your last draw so the business cannot bo closed lip just now And besides the whim you have taught the required nuuibo of days you still owe something JUt of friendship and good will to tin children amid young people of youi district If you are a true teachci you have not worked for the moiioj only but with a real desire to lx their friend and to do thrill good You hope they null remember you and io glad to say in futurn yuan Ho or she was my teacher Now wind can you do for your pupils after tho close of school 1 hope you have spoken to each one some farewell worda of encourage wont and advice I hope you have taken some thought of them and done a little towards making the long winter evenings that aro coming pleasant and profitablo for them Some of the older scholars you will advise to go away to school this winter You know it takes a good deal of nerve and courage to start off but they will bo glad forovei after if timer make the effort Thane who ore not going away tc school this winter should every one of them have some definite work laid out by their teacher so that they can carry on tho process of studying and improving at homo Can you not plan with one scholar that ho shallread through his geography at home this winter from beginning to end I With another to do some work in history With nnotler that he shall do certain examples In arith metic so as to keep his mind bright and be ready to begin at tho place where ho left off or a little ahead when school begins next year I One of the weakest points with all our pupils is that they do not learn to read or love reading Nobody can read unless ho reads easily and with pleasure It is sad to say that many of our pupils learn bow to read their readers in school and then go home mud forget all about It They have no books they tako no newspapers und thoy got no practical benefit from the training in readingwhich they have had at school Every teacher should see to it that his pupils learn to love reading I hope many 3f you bavo induced tho parents of your pupils to subscribe for Trie Cmzcw or some other good paper 10 they will have something new coming into the bonito every week during the loug winter I know many teachers who make presents of small books to their scholars when school ia over It is a beautiful custom A teacher can woll afford to spend a few dollars in this way sad thus make an impression oa the children which will do thorn good all their lives Carry away with you a list of all your pupils and by and by write letters to some of thorn keep watch of them let thorn know that you am watching them and expecting thorn to become good men and women THE FARM Edited bjr 8 O Irufefwr ot Ilortl vulture llerr Colltje EXTERNAL DISEASES OF THE HOG AND THEIR TREATMENT HJ Wm IkUhtvr Seneca g15 After several years study of the different diseases of hogs and Ute treatment of the same I find that the most deslructivo diseases as well as those that prevent tho rapid develop ment of hogs exist upon the skiu Those do nn itnmonso damage when measured by dollars and coats but they are within easy reach and the treatment coats little in labor and moneyI seen six morn or lass virulent diseases of the skin and one Vii file parasite namely lice I place them in the order 1 wish to discuss them Lice itch mange swine fever neck disease smallpox eating sore Inflammatory rheumatism although an internal disease submits to exter nap treatment Lice Hogs having a few lice are in danger of having countless BUB born also in danger of inoculation with any disease that may happen lo bo iu tho bard disease being some times spread by these parasites in i that way Lice keep bogs restless and unthrifty in proportion to the number upou thorn Grease of almost any kind will de at rOT them fresh salty or rancid lard Coal oil will destroy them but seriously injure the akin of some hogs I have found the best way to use coaloil is to pour one pint in a bucket of water throw water and oil together on the hogs with a dipper or win the water spreading the oil thim Ir over them Should any bog try hand to get away from a second doss that hog has been injured by the oil und to compel him to submit again is Injurious Inside the ears will have to bo Hwubbed to kill the lice that tilde there Strong soapsuds will Jostroy both lien and nits and his an advAntAge over oil because it can be thrown with a spray pump Soar turfs has one disadvantage too by nailing them susceptible to colds Ono remedy I have found for lire that has none of the bad features is insect powder The next time I go into a large herd affected with lice I shall try and got one of the farge sized powder bellows to distribute the pow Jer Any method that may be used will have to be repeated to kill those lico that may happen to be upon the ground in bedding or escaping the lest treatment Itch This is undoubtedly caus xl bv a parasite too small to bo seen jy the naked eye Hogs affected with it will be continually rubbing homselven against fences stumps or itoncs often to such an extent as to rub the hair off nod make ugly sorts aid will not thrive getting very little oat Tbor will rub with lice but ouch more with itch Treatment is the same as I have dreody given for lice with strop loapsudsor coaloil i but I hue never e marl an opportunity to use insect powder Mange Mange and itch has boon mentioned by some writers as Ming the same but they are distinct tlnngo is the commonest of all dis asod hogs entirely free from it being a rare exception Tbo symptoms are lazed spots upon tho skin a warty ippearance or of old cracked eathor Mango mar be called A par isito if so it Is a gelatinous one and dicks like glue to different spots none or loss all over the akin It nlracta the skin and holds with a rico Itko grip Hidebound is ap to it It does not affect the horIling a deformed roughlooking hog Report of Kansas State Hoard of Agriculture To he contlnunl BEREA COLLEGE Founded 1SeJ5 Places the Best Education in Reach of All Over 3O Toucher 800 Students front 20 StatoR Largest College 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attention ol those who Iintll tbo lialah leN nn to the throne of David rent 7 which accord lug to UahrilOl the Son of Mary U yet tot fill when He Khali reign over the same Iirarl who great deliverance In record rJ In our Exodus leuon Ixiko HA 33 According to Italah It U tho zeal of the lord of llonU that wall bring the king dote not any IHIWCF or wisdom of man aud It Ii the teal of the lame Jxird which we are to consider In our leisou today On the great Pauiover night of the hat lenon everything came to pass just an thus Lord hued said Just lTO year after the first proutla to Abram In tr liar the yiam probably cover the tarry lug at Harau end the IT yenn In Canaan before Isaac wan born lUen xII 4 zv 13 xxl C Israel ruler out ol Egypt by the strength of the hand of the ford Kx xlU 3 U 14 10 COOMHi foot men braldon women and children tail 311 He brought them forth alo with liver and gold And there war not one feeble lrrson among their tribes lla cv 37 They took the bone of Joseph with them and the loil lllrnielf led theta by day In a pillar of cloud and by night In a pillar of tire which He never took from them txlll KM2 eta soon III they were gone front Egypt the heart of 1haraoh became wore hardened and be followed after them with all ldf chariot and our letiou open with Israel by the lied sea and the hot of 1haraoh behind them aud escape seemingly Impomlble They cry to Moie and these tint two nutof our lesson glee ua Moses reply to them Uod leads 111 people Into iliffl cultie iu order to how 114 mighty pow er oa their behalf JR 10 Speak unto the children of Israel that they forward In counee tlou with the lAud Ogbtlng for brad see U01eut III K n3 4 Junhua x 14 xxlil 3 IU II Chrou xx 1C 17 aud thru fee Zech sir 3 4 concerting HU com log again to might fur Urael In connec flop with the kingdom to be estaWlnhed It will not be by might nor l y power but by 114 Spirit and 114 seal yet He will tut human iQitrumeut III llu IMI Mote There are times for ur to stand still and see what lie will do and there wilt be a time to go forward at Hit command On tbb occasion the sea dl toyJordan the tear of the priest who lure the ark stepped Into the water before they divided Joshua in We must ever keep In mind that It U lOll who worketh and that our Lord said With out Me ye can do nothing Phil II 13 John xv 5 and that nothing b too hard for iu 17 18 Th Egyptian shall know that am the Lord when I have gotten Ma honor upon Pharaoh upon huts char Iota aud upon his horsemen So it hall thefiSennacherib or the antichrist of the last days or Cain or satan himself shall somehow bring glory to Got In their overthrow He will be exalted through all aud In sputa of all circumstance Them that honor Him He will honor while they that despise Him shall be lightly esteemed II Sam II 30 though He will be glorified In their overthrow Faithful vrltneiiei are unto Gal a iweet savor of Christ In them that are saved and In them that perish U1 Cur 1115 10 20 The angel of God which went before the coop of Israel removed aud iweal behind them He made the pillar In which Ho went before them to be darkness to the Egyptians but light to Israel all the night so lie was their shield III II said to Abram I am thy shield and III the Spirit wrote through the psalmist The Ixwd God is a sun Sad shield Gen xv 1 L1 Ixxxlv In 21 J2 TbtIArd caused the sea to go back by a strong raft wind all that night and made the see dry land and the c 11I hers were divided So the waters Were a wall unto Israel on their right band a011I on their left not a at Jordan where they 7Were plied up nl a wall on the right hand and run away to the Dead sea ou the letlj leaving the bed of the river dry either case what a wondrous thing the waters of the river and of the sea stand lag as a waif for hours by Ills mighty power 23 23 Let us nee from the face of Israel for the Lord fightcth for them calnit the Egyptian Thus said the Egyptians when in tho morning watch their chariot wheels come off as they fol towed Israel Into the mist of the sea 2028 Tho Lord overthrew the Egyp Mans in the rnldnt of thus sea There re mained not no ranch as one of them It Will In the morning watch or when the morning appeared verses 24 27 and points onward to another deliverance hellIxlvl 5 margin The upright shall have dominion In the morning Weeping may endure for a night but joy coinulh In the morning therefore we wait for the Lord more than they that watch for the morn Ing 11 xlix 14 xxx fi cxxx 0 Dan lei cane out of the lions den victoriously and bis enemies were cut In and perish In the morning Dan vl 1024 It was In the morning watch after the dll clplc had been tolling against wind and waves all the night that Jesus came to comefagain In the morning Vengeance upon III enemies and deliverance for Ills peo pie are often associated as In ifs xxxir 8 xxxv 4 Ixlll 4 and the first hallelq lab In Scripture Is found in just that as sociation In PI cur 34 35 Thus the Lord land Israel that day out of the humid of the Egyptians and Israel saw that great work which the Lord did upon the Egyptians and the people feared the Lord and Mitred the Lord and IIIi nut HIM Terser 89 81 How to Cook Rice Mexican Style Wash one large cupful of rice cud spread It out on n dish until thoroughly dry Put n scant tablespoonful of good Inn Iu n frying pan anti let It heat Add the dry rice and stir coimtnntly until the rice liocomoa opaque lint not brown Inch grout will then Im separate Have ready twothlrdu of n cup ful of tmnnto rubbed mnootli n small onion anil n sprig of jmrxlor chopped flue ami n small fig of garlic If ilenlrod Add these to the rice and stir It thoroughly over a low lire Add two cup fills of either soup stock or water and season with salt On tOll of the rice lay a large green chill popper front which the veins and the seeds have been carefully removed Corer theI dish and allow to simmer gently or 40 minutes If the rice Is found to be uncooked add a little hot water and continue the cooking but do not atlr the mixture Edward Blake College Student By diaries X Sheldon A utbtiraf Hln Ills Slew Jdfconj IalpIIf A by Advance Putaahbw Ou Chicago I believe uncle will conic on this winter He ueedu this climate He la out of business and always liked a form MotherT lets write and urge him to come ireinla ought to have a chance She Lout of high school and could enter the college In good shape Dont you watt to so KreedaJ Of course I dol exclaimed Freeda Impulolvily And then she paused and after a moment went Into the pantry to hide her emotion 1 tell you mother said Edward in a low tone I wanted to kick myself out In the barn this afternoon when I waked up all of a sudden and realized that I had been a hug all along about wanting to go to college myself and had never given Frewla a thought Oh no Edward You dont need to call yourselr Hut I do mother and I want you to help me now to plan It so Freeda can go Site has worked here In the kitch en faithfully a longtime She bas scholarly tauten and they ought to gratified The mother Will silent Freeda came out of time pantry and her brother went over to her and said Fredatell the truth now Didnt you cry when I started off to college last Sep- UniberV toOt course I did exclaimed Freeda How much of It was on my account asked Edward somewhat bluntlyA deal of It persisted Freeds while her face reddened under her brother clone look Youre too truthful to IJe able to hide It he laughed You know you wanted to go to college yourself I wont deny It confessed Freed humbly Well now Its your turn and your- got to co said Edward Aud In spit e of his sisters protests aud hll mothers misgivings he sat down that very even log and wrote the uncle who had hint ed In a previous letter about coming to them ursine him to come and giving ss one of the reasons why he wanted him to come the opportunity It would give Freeda to co to college The result of this was that almost before Freeda knew It abe was pro paring herself to co to Hope college In time to begin with the second term It waa late but the wu well fitted for the years work and could enter then under certain agreed conditions The uncle anti aunt came on In January and to Edwards delight his aunt proved a very ready and helpful partner with his mother In the dally work while his uncle rapidly regained lice health and In a few weeks was ready to enter an agreement with Edward looking toward a permanent Interest In the farm as part owner and manager of IL Matters were In this condition at the close of the following summer when Edward Blake had auother experience which was almost an unexpected to him ftI the proposal for a college course had been to Freeda She had come home for the summer with glowing accounts of her experi once and enthusiastic recitals of events the college life Time summer Itself had been fairly prosperous and Ed ward hail taken genuine delight la knowing that all the expenses of his sisters college life hall been met from the sale of grain and produce There had not been a moment that his mother or uncle could discover when he had reverted In hi own mind to the giv log up of hll own ambitions as a stu dent The uncle as he worked with the nephew about the farm had once or twice surprised the boy Into a con fession of hula regret that the college doors were shut to him but It was not a subject of dlncufilon between them nor even of casual conversation So It cane as a genuine surprise to Edward one evening pate In August when the work was all done and the family was seated together In the din Ing room of the farmhouse and his uncle suddenly said Just after some remark Freeda had made about her college experience Whats the reason Edward that you cant enter college this tallT Enter college exclaimed Edward looking up In astonishment from a bookYes why not Im able to manage the farm this winter But Frceda Is planning to go back stammered Edward Not without you spoke up Freeda who was on the other side of the table Edward Blake looked troth his sister to hU uncle nod then at hula mother and aunt and WHN struck with a conscious look of couHplniry on nil four fuce- Youve ben working up this Ideal bo said viidilcnly Youre right my boy Tlmtn just what we hove been doing Now yo listen to me as I ninke the thing clear Anti hula uncle went on to show how for some time ho hall burn planning to ar range matters that both Freeiln and Edward could begin the year at Hopo college together Tin result of that evenings talk was that Edwnrd make began his prepara tions for college again very much to lira own astonishment but with an unconcealed pleasure that his old amid than were again to have un opportunl What IK renton IMicnnl Unit wcant enter cnlUge thlifaltt ty When three weeks later be and Freeda went down to the station to tether and bought their tlcketA fo Itaynor he could hardly realize that he was ou his way over the name road t begin a life that a year before bad seemed to be made Impossible by the tragic event that bad greeted him on the college grounds They were two days ahead of the date of opening the college and broth er and sister walked up the hill to gether When the baggage canto up a little later Edward helped Freeda with hers anti then weut over to the old dor mitory Hankln hall lie had not been able to make any arrangements for a room and the college was full to qver flowing so that be expected to hurt some dlfllcuity In minding a plaice There were a few new students around the building and Edward a he walked Into time ball thought of Willis Prestou He had not heard anything of him except what Fretda hall nald occasionally and she did not know whether he was coming tack for his junior year Edward had promptly returned time money Preston had lent him at time time of his fathers deaths Preston had acknowledged the letter In a brief note and that was all So Edwacd went ou up two flights and knocked at the door of the room which he remembered Preston hind said was his at the time Come Inv exclaimed a voice that sounded as It It was muffled Edward went In and saw Preston ofea trunkIm trying to get these hammock sticks out said the muffled voice Now that Im a juniorthrough a dispensation of Providence that I don I understand for Its a wonder to me how the professors ever managed to pass me along Im going to try to be comfortable a part of tbe time If I can I understand from the seniors that every effort will lie made by the college this year to snake things easy for the juniors but At this moment the sticks that he was tugging at cauia loose anti the head came out of the trunk with a bound He lost his balance and toll over backward dragging out a part i f the hammock together with a miscellane ous collection of clothing books knack knacks of various sorts Including a tennis racket some balls and a pair of boxing gloves Edward could not help laughing al though It was a rare habit with him Preston sat on the floor and rubbed his head which hind struck the cover of the trunk Hut the minute ho recog sized mAke he got up on his feet at oqec anti went over and shook hand heartilyWell well So youve come back he asked with just a touch of seriousness that reminded them both of the events of a rest before Yes sisal youre the only person 1 know here so I just came up to see youGlad tp see you Of course seein Im a junior and you are still a fresh man I suppose we wont quarrel We didnt quarrel any before said Edward with a grave smile You were very kind and I havent forgot ten ItDont mention It said Willis as he beget picking up the things on the floor and throwing them carelessly Into the trunk Its a habit of mine that I cant helji Anything I can do for you Anti If so W111 noU I dont know said Edward hesitat ing I havent found n room yet Do you know where can get one Rooms art scarce said Preston sitting on the edge of his trunk at the Im minent risk of falling Into It There Is a great untamed lot of freshmen coming In and theyve excuse me I forgot you are one of them But hold on a minute What do you say to room Ing with luof- Roomlnlr with your exclaimed Ed ward In astonishment lie sat staring at the easy going good natured fellow on the edge of the trunk HP was one of a type of college men as far remov ed as possible from Edward Blakes Idea of what a college man ought to he Be was apparently In easy circum stances financially He was going through college as It It were more or less of a good Joke He wars cureless in his habits and while perhaps not fast In tilt worst nnnse of the word he was perlinp fur from what he ought to he touestablished rulp of dully life Yes why not I nerd n guardian You can see that plain enough Now youro two yiiim older than I nn n nd I dept think would undertake the task of being your guardlnn Interrupted Blake with n smile that was al most grlnf Well It wouldnt Ile fair to tax your nerrojM system too severely at the start Ill allow replied Preston sc hotly Hut honest now Im In earnest about the room It you want to cow In Jicre youre welcome If you think you can stand It If youll make the beds DUI sweep out and build the fires and bring up time coal and black the shoes and mend broken windows and repair the furniture Ill do the rest nod call It squareSEdward Blake stalled anti Wlllli Preston grinned good naturally at him Then they Nat and talked the matter over soberly aud the result was that Edward foully agreed to come In nUll room with Willis ou conditions to which lath agreed In the matter of dl vision of labor Hlukus share of ex petite for the furnishing nUll forth There were grave objections still Kdward Illakes mind over the final ar- rangementx which made him a roommate of Preston but he begun his college life with great Interest In everything and trot the least Interesting or his experiences were thus he begot to have with his new roommate Rut after n month of the year was gone he was seriously confronted with- r the financial problem of his school Ute The farm hUll yielded sutfielcnt too start Freeda and himself fairly well ot the tofu but the uncle at home did not understand the situation as well aa hi Ought and Edward while planning lib erally as possible for his sister silently accepted a smaller sum for his own share of expenses than he really needed After paying for his part of the furnished room with Preston settling hit matriculation fee buying a unto her of expensive books and paying for a mouths board at time club he woke up ono day to the tact that he was practically at the end of his resources Ills uncle hail written of certain pur chases of stock necessary that laud Ink en all the ready cash at home Edward had replied that he would look after himself dad that the tolls at home need not worry about him Hut as he wrote the letter he had no plan In view aud no work of any definite kind that he was sure would bring In his needful expenses He had reckoned on about 41 a week as the lowest sum that would carry him through If he conk get that much on some regular Job and then add to It by picking up other work In various ways he thought ho could make his way nut how to get any regular work was the question He sat In tho room one morning when Preston was out seriously consld eying his prospects and resolved to start out after dinner after anything he could flan when Thad Hankln came In Rankln roomed Just across the hall IIIIJ Edward had not exchanged a dozen words with him since coming back He naked Rankln to take a chair and wondered what ho had called to see him for Might as well come to business at once I suppose said Rankln who was a rather tine looking fellow dress rd exceedingly well and wad tue son of one of the colleges financial support ers the man who had put up the dor mltory named after him Edward nodded and walled curiously for him to go on Ive bought a paper route contln reel Rankln a little nervously trying to tic indifferent You know the tel lows carry dally papers here to work their way through Yes I know wanted to get a route limit couldnt raise the money Youre right They come high Well my father wanted me to do something for myself so he taught n route for me and says I am to mnnnge It for my current expenses Of course I dont want to carfy the papers myself but I want to find a fellow who will and I will pay him a good price I want to rent the route you understand mad get my share out of it How much of a route Is It asked Edwnrd He had hcanl the boys talk about their routes but was not very familiar with the matter Its one of the best routes In the detailsgconcerning the location of the route the number of the subscribers the time It took to make time delivery and so on Edward listened eagerly Ill give 3 a week for carrying IfI youll take it Rankin finally pro posedThat seems fair said Edward The way seemed opening for his expenses In a way too that ineant little or no loss of time or strength needed for col loge work Of course I dont mind telling you continued Rankln that It Is a rule at the office that time owner of a route must carry the papers himself nut Its a rule that Is disregarded good deal anti the fellows all understand it Edward looked at Rankln quietly and said Do you mean that I shall have to pretend that I own the route which I really rent from you Why yes If you want to put It In that way We can make arrangements about that so that the proprietor of the paper and tho other fellows need not know anything about It It will be your route to all Intents and purposes Just the MRie as If you owned It In other words eald Edward Blake looking at Rankin again with the same earaeet look you mean that all I trill have to do will be to lie about this transaction a littler Rankin turned red and then pale Ho was Just on the point of replying when the door opened and Wlllln mine In As Willis canoe Into the room he nodded to Rankln nUll threw a honk down on the table He was going over to his own side of the room where he was In tilt habit of swinging Indian clubs when ho seemed to notice soiiinulng unusual about tim looks of Ills room mate anti stopped abruptly and said WlmtH the hatter Edward looked at Ranklu and was silent Rankln kept still n moment and then more quietly than was natural for him said Im trying to get Blake to take my paper route Ho has scruples about renting It because he thinks he will have to Hnve to Ilo about It added Blake as Rankln stopped Oh pshaw replied Willis as ho turned toward the Wall and took down his clubs Dont bo so finicky Its In outer tLord mi hi Edward Blake volt meats that I trill have to Her nothing but a technicality anyhow Its as common as flunking I owned a route last year and never carried a pa per In my lift The fellows all under stand It Its u meat rule anyway and the paper has no right to make It It youve got a chance to rent trop Hntikln go ahead Its the best Chance youll lave TO BE COSTIhtUE- DjNecessary d Expensesfar- TwelveWeeks m School Persons who board themselves can spand u much or little u thejrchooto on living expanse It pays to hue a little extra mone tor let urea books and other things But the iifcwasary expenses are only u follow To ray the flrnt day ROWIRD LAmHALL HU- fSchool riiicMental Fee 50 li W Ex nospttaiFee Ei 5 priiMw no about 2 JO lencrul Deposit 00 Room afore tableete l 00 M Fuel and Oil 2 60 a 00 Rent ot Laundry i0 First Months Board 00 do mgxpxntta Uunlrr I M Br al Mo Board a W Beginning Sd Mo Bonnl 5 00 5e- heni I II00Deposit returned 00 Total Kxpeimr 18 1Veekaf2TTa2TaF- or those below Grammar deduct the n for books and fl from Incidental fee making the total only 83171 When four girls room together each sawn II ou room and or more on fuel nuking the total only 83175 If classed below A OrallIlIc Fuel li M rent more In Winter ant Sd cent lees In Spring term- Tworoomsforhonsckeepingwlth tovesetc- can usually e rented for romJI to w a term The price of n big calf a little taubnrk or a few homespun bed covere will glvea term of tclioot which will change fwd 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and with a do termination to double its greatly in creased business makes the moat costly free offering over mado by a publicationCommencing 1901 every subscriber will receive FREE once each month with Ins paper a beauti ful and valuable picture for twelve mouths This series is a choice selection of twelve of the best pictures taken from the famous Tonnosen Life Studies and from Austens multiplatinum reproductions in black and white They are not ordinary cheap ures but are copyright reproductions- which The Commercial Tribune Company at a heavy cost obtained exclusive control of for this territory are printed by special contract guaranteedEach lours mat 13x15 One can not bet purchaed at any art store for less than one dollar- A free offer of this value was never before made by a weekly newspaper and when one stops to consider that he is and most up todate weekly published for only 50 cts a year and in addition is present ed with a set of twelve pictures that can not be purchased for 9500 ho- realizes that we ore out for new busi thoughitIt is not necessary to dwell on its many special features thoy are favoriteyyears is a conclusive testimonial THE COMMERCIAL TRI UNE COMPANY Publishers Cincinnati U Bjr pedal arrangement you can jet The Citizen AND The Cincinnati Weekly Gazette Both for One Year For only 80 Cents This Is for cash subscriptions only All subscriptions undor this offer mustbo sont through THE CITIZEN offlco V You Will Enjoy- Christmas Morn by taking out one of the New PerfcctionPolides of The Mutual Life Insurance Company of Kentucky and making a CHRISTMAS PRESENT It to your wife It Is your duty to provide for her while you are able and it should be your desire to provide for her future when you will be no longer able to care for her in person We offer the best and you wish the best socome and see us aeiOVS- tJC nrCK Jr Special Agent Stale Bank mil Trust llldg Richmond ICy H PORTER District Agent Jlura IlanUIni Company tiara Kjr 4 A Deep lavatory It is a mystery why women endure Backache Headache Nervousness Sleeplessness Melancholy Fainting and Dizzy Spoils when thousands have proved that Electric Bitters will quickly curet such troublesIII suf fered for years with kidney trouble writes Mrs Phebe Chorloy of Peter son la and a lame back pained me GO I could not dress myself but Elec trio Bitters wholly cured me and al though 73 years old I now am gable to do all my housework It over rcomes Constipation improves ap- r petite gives perfect health Only roc at all drugstore l LOCAL AND PERSONAL B R Robinson has purchased the Soper farm near Wallacoton Mre Dr E M Jones visited friends in Borea Saturday Harry Lamb has returned for the Winter TermE- D Wells loft Sunday for Louisville where he has secured a position Misses Etta and Myrtle Gay closed their school Friday Miss Nancy Tudor left Monday for Richmond The Berea Post Office seems likely to be well taken care of as several good men are willing to take charge bf the office kelp it in its present location and try to do as well for the public as our present efficient and popular postmaster Mr Dodwell has been confined closely to the house with rheumatism for some time It is hoped that he will soon be welland with us again EDITOR TilE CITIZENI wish to state to the public thatif I am successful in the appointment as postmaster at Berea Ky I will let the office re main whore it is now Yours truly D N WELCH CHRISTMAS CONCERT We are fast approaching the most gladsome season of tho year Chris tian nations the world over will cele brate in some way the birthday of our Savior King The song of the angels to the shepherds annnouncing the birth of our Lord reminds us that there is no better way to celebrate His advent than through song and praise The Harmonia Society will usher in the Christmas Day with the an nual Christmas Concert at the Col lego Chapel next Tuesday night Dec 24 at 7 oclock The program in cludes among other things a cantata entitled The Hope of the World Those who enjoy on evening of song and praise are codially invited to be present A small admission uf 10cents is charged to defray necessary expen sea MADISON COUNTY The Court of Appeals last weekconfirmed the sentence- of the Madison Circuit Court which sentenced Doc Lowr to the penitentiary for 15 years for criminal assault on Mrs Hannah Million more than a year agoSheri- ll Colyer took to the penitentiary last Monday five prisoners sent up by the December Circuit Court The post office at Berea will be ad vanced to a presidential office Janu ary 1 1902 It is understood that the present postmaster J M Hart will be an applicant for the position D N Welch will be an applicant also And there may be others Pantograph The Grand Jury at the December term of Circuit Court returned about 30 indictmentsThe A Convention held in the Christian Church Friday Saturday and Sunday last was a marked success A number of men engaged- in the State Y M C A work were iresent A number of valuable and instructive addresses were made ly these visiting gentlemen along the line of Y M C A work The object of this convention was to organize a permanent Y M C A in Madison county toward this end a committee of nine with power to increase their number to fifteen was ap pointed The members of the above committee assisted by Mr Lake and Mr Mickel are now canvassing the town for that purpose and are very- much encouraged by the lIupport- they are receiving This is a noble work and deserves the support of every man and woman who haR tho interest of our young men at heart LACE CURTAINS crow to Do Them Up Without the Aid of a Stretcher Wash your curtains and put them through a well made but rather thin boiled starch In which you have dissolved a teaspoonful of salt says a Boston Globe correspondent Dry them thoroughly then as thoroughly dampen them with lukewarm water roll up In clean towels until they are damp aU over alike Now If you have a room with a carpet on the floor so much the better If not spread a thick blanket and over that a largo clean sheet Stretch It smoothly and tack firmly to the floor with ordinary tacks but dont hammer thorn so hard that you cant easily withdraw them when youre throughNow If your curtains are ready spread them one at a time on the sheet Begin at tho top and pin right across being sure your curtain Is straight then across the bottom When you come to do the sides smooth your curtain from the center to tho edgo before putting In the pins If the edge of your curtain Is scalloped put pins In each ono after smoothIng It into shape with your hands By tho time you have It pinned down youll find tho constant stroking has almost dried your curtain and all that Is necessary U to go over It with Irons riot too hot until quite dry Takeout your pins lift your curtain and If- you have as good luck as I always have yourU find It very much like a nsw one and not pulled to pUcea on a frame A COllEOB ITEMS Ellis Scale is back with his family Lewis Sandlin is back with his familyJohn Coins is back from London Laurel County Wm C Hunt is back bringing a big brother with him We are glad to welcome Harry Lamb back from his home in Cleveland 0 J N Huff is back from Leslie County with quite a crowd of now men Miss Osborne comes from Paines vine 0 to enter the Frebhmhu Col lege Class lis Mary Jacobs Pros of the- Y W 0 A is back from her home in TennesseePerry has nearly thirty students on the ground and others on the way- Stephen Clarkson comes from Raiders Crook Clay County with four now men- The Owsley County delegation leads in numbers having nearly eighty members already present Howard Fulks from Wolfe County has rented a large house and filled it with students from that vicinity The blue and white badges have been conspicuous everywhere in Eastern Kentucky the last few days During the first week 10G more students registered than during the first week of the winter term a year ago There are nineteen students already here from MngolISn County and Noah May is expected soon with several others Goo W Camp has closed a suc cessful school near Mt Vernon and is back after a visit to his home in Ala bamaTHE CITIZEN can undertake to report only a few specimens of the cheerful happenings which are going on in the College this week The first Sunday night service in the College Chapel conducted by Dr Burgess and Prof Jones was a pleasure and success notwithstand ing the fact that the new lighting apparatus failed for a few minutes The Literary Societies held enthus iastic sessions Friday night and elect ed officers as follows Pill DELTA E B Wells Pros Goo R Rob erts Vice Pres W P Chapman Cor See W M Mason Bee Sec E R Gary Treas H M Racer Sargeantatarms ILFDA ZETA W H Humphrey Pros R W Osborne Vico Pres P F Shock Cor see F E McKee Reo Sec R Stafford Treas Wm Tosh Sar grant BETA KAPPA Wm Flanery Pres BE Walker Vice Pros J R Young Cor Sec J M Early Roc Sec H H Clark Treas E Hudson Sargeant Miss French of New Haven Conn will take charge of the primary de partmentTutor L C Karpinski who was formerly connected with Borea is now teaching in Germany He is still distinguishing himself for his great success as a chess player and recently secured the first prize in a championship game of tho United Clubs of the German Empire He was further distinguished because he refused to take part in the tournament on Sunday and the games had to be postponed until tho next day on his account Prof Marsh gave the Tuesday lecturo this week speaking to the students of the Main Chapel on the Use of Time and to those of the College Division on Shakespeares play of Macbeth The lecture next week will be on Monday afternoon by Prof H C King cf Obitrlin Christmas is always a big day at Berea Thero will be two Christmas trees and a presant for every student The Matchbox Matchboxes have a peculiar knack of vanishing from their places Very often the housemaids- pocket can deliver up three or four such boxes Tho maid takes them from the mantelpiece or wherever they may be to light a fire or the gas perhaps and forgets to replace them For this reason it is a good plan to attach matchboxes to gas fixtures so that a match is always to be found when it is wanted Pass a string of sarsanet ribbon through the case of the matchbox and sus to the gas bracket or over the chimneypiece The matchbox can thua be slid in and out of the case without ffiftartlag the rncpcndar 00 Correspondence OwsleyOalbard This certainly in good winter wMt- herA corn husking at R N Mentors Wednesday night furnished an enjoy able timolIr Huff is visiting rein tives in Leslie Co this week L T Cole had a barn raising Thursday Your correspondent desires to thank those who gave him their mibserip tions to Tits CLTIZENC II Moore s schoolclosed last Saturday with at exhibitions Mr Duff andwiftof Perry County visited his father and brother last week Groat success for TUB CITIZEN and its many readers Meredith Gabbards school cloned last week with an exhibition Ho loft Mon day for Berea accompanied by oth era from Cow Creek James Combs was here last week He left Friday for Jackson County and in no doubt now in Berea Rockcastle County llockfortl Last Monday night tho house of Mr James Grant burned to the ground Mr Grant and family were compelled to spend till remainder of the night without shelter The citi zens of Rockford are requested to help in securing things necessary to a home as house and goods were a total lassThu Rockford mail was delayed Saturday on account of high water This weather is a record breaker for the winter Henry Mob orly will resume his duties of maid carrying Jan 1902 Some of our farmers havo been waiting some time for a spell of good weather and now they have itt Livingston Miss Effie Meadows entertained a Jew friends Saturday night every one enjoyed the oventMr11m Porklua has moved his family to this place occupying one of Bowman t Cock rails housesJohn McGee is in Louisville helping Santa Claus select his Christmas goods Mrs Emma Rice is in Maywood and Stanford visiting relativesMrs Charlie Storks is visiting in Jolico this week Mrs James Davis has just returned from Louisville whore she has boon doing her Christmas shopping Mm Will Burns and taster Archie left for Paris to spend Christmas with Mr Chas Burns and family Mrs Law rence Dickereon will spend her Christmas in Covington with relatives and friends Mm Parker Mrs John Pope and Miss Lena Griffin aro on the sick listMrs Lena Sparks is visiting in Richmond but will spend Christmas at her fathersMrs1 Harry McGeo has returned from Louisville and Lebanon where she has been visiting Mr Martin druggist for Dr Hocker left for home FridayMr Meadows sustained quite a serious accident last Friday night He collided with the hitch ing post in front of McGeos store injuring his tac- oMadison County TVallacotoii Green Gabbard has boon on a visit to relatives in Clay County Miss Dora McWhorter who taught tho district school hero has returned to her home John Bodkin and family have removed to Illinois and expect to make it their home The Misses Bodkin wero tho guests of the Missos Mary and Nannie Gab bard last week regularon the second Sunday Bro Stur gill is much liked by our people Jackson County Kirby Knob Quito a number of our young folks are in school at Borua Walter Garret is still very ill from consumptionGilbert of Tyner is a visitor in our midst Rev C A Van Winkle preached at Oak Grove last Sunday Rev lIe J Derthick of BoreR was visiting in our neighborhood last week Henry Bowmans school in the District closed Doc 6 John McIntoshs school closed on the 13ih The reports from tho Sunday schools of Sand Gap Clover Bottom encouragjagGarfield Hayes and Miss Laura Lane were married POO 5 at the homo of the bride Rev H J DRl thick officiating- Mr J W Van Winkles school closed Dec 12 The school term closes a fow days earlier than the Mr Van Winkle decided to continue for B few days to better pro pare for the closing exercise CONDENSED STORIES Reason For His Admiration of the Redoubtable Dewey Not long ago a party of Washington poule took n yachting along tho coast Anxtn the 11tIwas dauglitir of n proimiicni ator who during Uiv Jay i ui tier self next to a modern qul i Ising young man who seemed a htrm cr to most of the nmi uli naini alto had not quite IIMTI n lift Oil the Chicago Ohront In sere way or other their urrnt- ier from tho ordinary chit lw sad small talk that new nenuainiumx 11Isoon Wit till inun on tho subject of Admiral1uwoy for whom she steal ed to fool Immense disdain possibly Bharponod by the fact that her com pinion tookit directly opposite point of view contradicted her CON stantly and own stoodup for what she considered most glaring defects llnally in efcwr desperation she loft his side mid crossing to tho hostess of tho yacht said in a thoroughly impatient voice W110 on is that stupid mss Ive been talking tel Stupid said her h ltOYUWby I never found him so lies rather quiet and unassuming hut never stupid indeed Oh well said tho girl lia has such a slavish adoration and admiration for tho redoubtable Ailiuiml Dower Ifellluul why shouldnt be In111Hnnd McNulty and Laura Keene A story is told of Laura Keene tho actress who while playing in New York occupied room in a hotel opposite a liquor taloon where Barney McNulty the comedian of her company who was a favorite of hors spent much of his time Bar ney was often called on to do such favors for Miss Keonc as the forwarding of telegrams mulling of letters and making any little pur chase for personal or stage UM One morning McNulty called to see if he could make himself useful and instead of an errand received a lecture and he stood up und took it very much as n big bo would with many an interjected f eli maam Keene went ou to tell liar ney1 how ho was injuring his health in keeping such late and couviviijl hours and although it WM fan for the boys it was death to lcNultIthe same as to the frogs in Thereupon Barney put on a hold front and with the airs of injured innocence exclaimed WhatIeup late in a barrooms telling stories Yes said Mis Keene I hoard i you with my own ears Dont I know your voice 1 Oh you might have heard my voice Miss Keone I admit that I have a habit of talking in my sleep Unmindful of Advantages Robert Lowe afterward Lord Sherbrookonce saw a deaf member of parliament trying his boat to catch with hits oar trumpet the words of an extremely dull speech Just look at that foolish man said Lowe throwing away his nat ural advantages Paderewskls Kindness This is what happened to Fade rewski in Bristol says a London newspaper ne received letter from a lady who said she had an invalid friend who was anxious to hear the great pianist perform but she could not possibly attend a public recitalMy she wrote would come anywhere you like to name to hear you play privately As we are not rich we cannot afford a high HE PLAYED FIVE on six PIECES FOR UEII fee but we shall be happy to pay you half a guinea for your loss of time 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