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Frost iEllon 3J I REV JOHN DODWELL Mgr Independent Weekly With Strong Muff of Kdltur r Devoted Interests to of the irICludIlIlU rnil2 THE cAn FARM SCHOOL Knlrrftt at Uu foftoffiet al vista Ay lItrawl ebiu an antler 60 CENTS A YEAR VOL 1I1 A Fnmily Vapor BEKEA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY DECEMBER 20 J901 Fifty cents a yonrNO 27 i IDEAS What do you do jvhon ono of your Rood resolutions IH broken i Saino as when n tool broken I roplnco it with n stronger one Nogreat tiling will ovor ho ilonn unless wo hnvo the nervo to begin Tho Now Year IH nt hand Ikgin with prayer then good resolutions then go nhuiid and do your lH Ht Would it nqt ho hard work to go through the Christmas tints and think of nil the blessings Oodcnds UK and never odor ono prnyor o thankfulness Tho secret of success in hnnl think- Ing nut hon work but too ninny M lotvfl nro not nliulying to find tho BOO rut of success but just to find Homo Rod of n subs tituto TAKE NOTICE Special nrrangomeiitH will I miidotp assist tho young pooplu wild outer Moron tho nrHt of January Dont 10HO the wlntor of 1WHJJ Good Hoarding Places may ntlll liu found Iu Ucrca Rev Will Lodwick accompanied by Mrs Ixxlwick nnd tho Mnlo Quar t tto will hold a service nt lima hickory Plains SchoolhotiHo noxt Sunda nt 3 oclock Como nnd hoar the iniiftic Roy Harding U lingua will preach nt Cave Springs Sunday Doe 20th nt 11 a in nt Brodhoad Saturday January 4 1902 nt 7 p in nt Hick ory Grove bundny Jan nth nt 11 n in and at Conway nt 2 p in There is loom for several moro mountain girhvnt the new building where the young ladies froni Porry county are near tho main boarding hall Mifts Hohumaker is tonchc r in charge nut Mrs Ifelldnraon matron This building is neatly fiirniiihed anti as comfortable n home as nny girl could desire No extra charge for living in this now building FROM THE WIDE WORLD Tho pooplo of tho Danish West In dies do not want their islands to Iw sold to tho United States Henry Do Windt nnd his compan lonll started lost Thumlny from Paris France to reach Now York by travel ing overland via Behriug Straits Tho British War Ollire has possofl atoll of 1 cipher telegram sent by Boor Commandant Dolaroy stating that ho cannot hold out longer thnu Jnnii ary II OUR OWN COUNTRY Postmaster General Smith has re signed his otlico to go back to journal ism John D Rockefeller is said to con template n hospital for contagious diseases and Chicago wants it lot il 0 Payne of Wisconsin linglnenappolutal postmaster gon end vico Emory J Smith resigned President Roosevelt has selected Lincolns birthday as tho day ho will attend tho South Carolina Exposi lion Senator Hnnun has introduced a bill in Congress granting n pension of fJOOOa yenr to Mrs McKinley widow of tho late President Lyiimn C Gage Secretary of the Treasury will resign his office anti re tire frqtn tho Cabinet sonic time In January He will probably bo succeeded by nu Eastern titan COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Henry Moors of Paint Lick h boon rcnppointod postmnstor Pain- Lick anti tho appointment is satisfac tory to the patrons of tho oilico- Tho Kentucky Legislature will bo asked to appropriate 200000 for tho Louiftiann Purchase Exposition to bo hold nt St Louis Mo in 1003 Kentucky Educational Association at Louisville Den 268 wait nltniidixl by Professors DIusiuoro null Marsh from Boron Much attention was giv on to proposed amoudmnnts to ou school law which may prevent bribery and other abuses State Colored Teachers Association nt Lexington Dec 25 27 waR n grcnt success Prof Frank L Williams was President Beroa wns represent ed by Prof Dodge nod President Frost the loiter spcakkg on Raising tho standard for students nod teach ors Other iiamoa on tho progra woro Whittaker Hathaway Ie Smith Monroe llagoml Roy J E Wood Eatill J W Hughes C W Reynolds and Garvin ITHE SHOP 1 HOUSEfiUILDINa PORCH FRONT Ten 2x0 in 1G foot alibi and floor Joint five 2x0 hi 8 foot sills and floor joif ta four 2x4 in l6 foot plate Rovunteou 2x4 in 12foot rafters 300 ft shooting for roof 800 ft rough flooring boards or JJ75 ft hatchet looting STAIRS Four 2x8 in 8 ft string ors four boards 12 ft long 11 iu wide trends four boards 12 ft long fBoxrNo risers 1410 ft 12 ft long for boarding in 22T ft boxing for parti lions k tt ft Hlrin II in WIUH 6 8 In thick for cracks In boarding and FLOOBINO 1700 ft matched floor fug or 1JJM ft rough S iu wide 800 ft strip HxC8 in laid under the floor cracks STUIIDINO CO 2x4 in 8 ft lor- doors windows under chimneys otc FINISH UX ft long 81 in wide for facing around eaves and gable Ulvnntra Klilit HlrM 12 lights One WIll 12 lights to ho used in 1attic ono in each gable Seven 2 ft 8 in by G ft 8 in 1J in thick locks and hinges for above doors ItyIbricks for 2 iluea Ifi ft high 8 in by 8 in opening 1 barrel lime tour sandyIb 10 penny boxing and framing 20 Ih20 penny sills and f5 Ib K penny floor anti finish 00 Ih1 penny shingles and strips Orontcaro must bo used that no obythinflitAfter tho foundation ia in we are ready to begin upon tho framing of the hoer which is to bo tho first stop The sills will bo made of two 2x8 set edgeways nailed at corners thus the front nndlmok running by the ends Tho sills nt tho joining of the kitchen and tho main lasso should bo framed thus In cutting the sills tho inside pietas should be cut first so that tho floor joists can bo nailed through the sills tho cuts ruler bo made HO that they will como as nearly as possible over the foundation leaving 2 inches nil around to allow tho outside sill to come flush with tho stono piers or- Iosts Seiko thom together ot the corners penny nails and cut thin floor joists all tho same length which is tho distance between thin sills inside at ono end Plato them 20 incites to centers flush with the top of the sills noi them with 20 pennies Then cut tho outside sills lUlling grout taro that the joists lap II or 4 loot bvor the inside sills and nail them solidly particularly nt tho laps Attar tho floor joists are in their places put In bridging between tho floor joittts of limo main house of pieces of Ix 4 indies thus which adds vory much to tho stiffness of tho floor Now lay some boards on tho floor to walk on and proper plncoThoactly the sumo length as near 12 tall possible enough pieces to go nil around tho outside of the house with the openings for windows and doors squl1roPil perfectt y the top of tho sills to support the boxing while it is being Altar the boxing is all tho xJ may Iw taken OWi1thoroCoro it should bo tncked HO it can bo removed easily Tho 2 thus loft wilt givo n good nailing for boards to bo nailed around reaching to tho ground to keep dogs etc from running undo tho louse Tlilili the Ilxlh 01 a tcrlcs ol papers loylr lbrcontinue tlie subject of iloutcbulldlng Kd ilIun to Mnko Ciirninlier Snlnil Pare the cucumbers and pelt there Into Ice water Whip stiff one and n halt cupfuls of cream anti fold Into It tour tnbliHjKHJiifuls of lemon Juice tho same quantity of horse radlnli n ten spoonful of Knit anti two or three dash es of imprlka Stand this dressing on enIncumbers In a napkin Cut them In thin slices dress with oil vinegar salt anti pepper nud arrange on a bed of let tuce Cover with thin whipped cream and send any that may remain to the table hi a bowL NICHOLS HOUSE The Nichols Houso is temporarily used forinstruction in sowing dross tanking cooking and other domestic arts though some of the classes meet in other places The lower story is Fitted out for instruction in cooking and horotbo girls are taught how to select different articles of food nnd how to cook it in thin boat way together with canning preserving cooking for tho pick nod many other useful things Many a poor mails wife wastes tho greater part of his earnings because she has had no sufficient training iu the housekeepers business Tho upstairs rooms have sowing machines tables patterns etc and hero thin girls art taught to cut garments manage sewing machines repair make over and sow The appearance and health of n woman and liar household depend as much upon proper dress as upon anything else This kind or education nt Boron is combined with music bookkeeping and arithmetic grnromarnnd letterwriting and tits other studies which make a good housekeeper It will brighton thousands of homes and young women who desire to do so lAU earn big money by mnnnging students hoarding houses and similar institutions A really foook in better off than an ordinary teacher Tho girls who are in these classes report good time and groat profit t Is Not This ForYou SPECIAL SHORT TERM JANUARY 1ST The regular winter term began December 11 with tho largest mini her of students over in Boron Now to accomodnto tho largo number who could not romo then special nrrnngtmieuts are nude to rocoivo students tho first of January Such students got nine weeks of winter school nail ate hero tobogin the twelve weeks Spring Term which opens March 12 Do not throw away tho first mouths of tho Now Year Notice that expenses for the short winter term are one fourth lets This moans that students iu firefjenr Normal and below who take Its expensive rooms can start in with only 1800 and get through tho term for lets than 2000 Those who desire more expensive rooms nnd wish to buy and keep thou textbooks can do so fir a very small outlay Now is the time to strike out for the best tiling over offered to nn enter prising young man or young ladyr Remember that many of the lost young people of your county are al ready at Boron Are You In Doubt As to the thing to give at Christmas Thtjn you hnvunt scon tho Lovely Things which wo have brought to town for Holiday Buyers Whatever your taste or fancy or whatever thin length of- your purse wo can meet your needs if you have in mind to givo Jewelry Tie Christmas Tnftey would bo better reconciled to his fate if ho know ho way to lo dismembered by one of thoso superb Carvers and that husband of yours would morn fully appreciate tho well wishes convoyed in your Merry Christmas Each carving sot tho bo best of its kind at the prico TI A Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main St Berea Ky u TIIOU8ANUS8KNT INTO HXIIi Every year a hugo number of poor sufferers whoso lungs are sore nUll racked with coughs are urged to go to another climate But this iscostly and not nlwnys sure Dont ho nn exile when Dr Kings Now Discovery for Consumption will euro you nt homo Its the most infallible mediciuo for Coughs Colds andall Throat anti Lung diseases on earth Thin first iloso brings relief Astounding euros re suIt from persistent use Trial lot ties free nt all drug stores Trice 50o and flOO Every bottle guaranteed Guaranteed Salary 900 Yearly Men and women ot good kddrrn to reimscn n Mima to travel appointing agent other heal work looking alter our Intcmt eau salary guaranteed yearly extra comroliwlont and rilcnw ral mlranoemcnt old otablUbci bourn rand clianco for earnent man or woman to tecnro rn8out permanent position and tiber al Income Now brilliant linen Write at once STAKIOIU 1llKSS 03 Church St w llnven Coot IIN WANTEDCll ab1e reliable in eve euuntptoreprwentlargecampauyolaolldanauelal weekly SlIter day alwolutoly euro and alt aspen trmlxht bonallde ilcrtnlle Hilary no rom mlwlon safety paid well Saturday and cxpcn- noney Milpnn l ch week HTAKIItl HOUSKKtl OUROORN ST CHICAGO Repair That Loom I Homespun is coming into fashion and our should keep u J CollogIeducation and comfort to many homes n Wo can pay for well woven linen 40 cents n yard jeans GO coats linso BO cotta wellmatched bed covorleti 11 to J Patent dyes not accepted old fashioned indigo preferred For information address JOSEPHINI A ROBINSON Homespun ExchangE Berea Ky e WE HELP YOUNG MENL START IN LIFE By soiling them highgrade clothing at extremely mod orate ixjst apparel that meets all the demands of men of taste nnd fashion yet reasonable enough in price to pleuJtho most economically inclined Fine Fashionable Suits 10 Good Reliable Suits 8 Patterns anti styles to suit every taste and sixes to fit ovary form the tall the short thin fat the loan =and a tailor ready to improve tlo fit when necessary BANKS Richmond Kv T C LOWRY ATTORNEYATLAWRichmond BUILDINQMAW STREET Collections And Real Estate A Specialty DR M E JONES tie Dentist e OfficeRear Mrs Fishs Millinery Store Office Days Thursday 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 BETTER IIAIJOT COVINGTON Three Years in Richmond And out of all the sets of tooth that have been rondo at my office if thorn is one sot or any sots that show any defects I will make a now set free Wo are making the best sot of teeth in the world for 750 and if detects show in ire years we give you a new set free This applies to all the teeth I have made or am going to make the best alloy fills in the world nt 76 cents DR HOBSON Dentist Permanently located in the Hobsor Building next door to Gay ernmont Building Richmond Kentucky Reference Richmond National Bank Special Price to Students INVEST WITH r 1The Ideal Realty Guarantee Co Than ally other company doing iusinessathe State Tlose seeking honest legitimate investments will receive our most cordial and thoroughattention DR C E SMOOT Pres S M TOUOR Sec S Gen Mgr J S CRUTCHUR Treas Capital Stook S1OOOO J IHOME OFFICE 1CONTRACTS RICHMOND KY I= Fair Dealing Pays And that is one reason our business is increasing Wo soil you in a way to bring us your Future Trade and that of your friends For The Holidays Now Rockors Ladies Desks Couches Dining and Bedroom Furniture and many attractive articles to make tho homeromfortable Picture Framing Carpets Matting Rugs UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY KyNight I Fall and Winter y7E ANTICIPATE today our wants and needs for tomorrow Yy E ANTICIPATE in the Fall our wants in Shoes and Furnish ing Goods We have ANTICIPATED your wants and are ready to supply them from a large and complete stocK i Mons and Boys Shoos Hoavy Boots Bootoes Folt and Rubbor Boots Undorwear Nockwear Socks Gloves Hats Caps Umbrellas 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 207 West Street RICHMOND KY Mr Geo W Pow is our BEREA AGENT and has a ins of our ampes Goods can be had of him at the same price as charged in Our Store at Richmond r I THE CITIZEN UNDER THE MILITARY Army Men Want Several Civil Provinces Restored NATIVE FORCES AGAIN GET BUSY A Xuinbrr of Klcrco KiiRnKPinenta Kniliuslo n Weeks CanipntRiiliiR In the PhilippinesChnrges of Trcu atul Arrests of Suspects Jcncrnl Chalice oil tlio Situation Manilla Dec 23General George W Davis commanding at Zamboanga Island of Mindanao has requested that the province of Mlsamls Minda nao again be placed under military control General Davis has proof that the recently elected prcsldente and vice councillors and the leading men of Cagayan De Mlsamls are guilty of treason In furnishing ammunition to the Insurgents within the past month The fiscal of the province of Mlsamls is also Implicated The evidence shows that all these men wore mem bers of the Katlpunan society Captain John S Parke Jr with a small force of men of the Twenty first Infantry encountered insurgents last week at Alamlnos In La guna province Four of the enemy were killed several guns captured and their barracks was destroyed Gen eral Bell who Is in command of tLc American forces In Datangas prov ince Luzon has praised Lleuteuan James D Tilford who whllo scouting with Troop D of the First cavalry routed an insurgent force In that prow I ince Lieutenant Tilford located a rebel stronghold on the top of the hill near the town of Batangas Ho sur rounded the enemy under cover of night and attacked them at daylight Their surprise was complete NIne- teen insurgents wero killed while at tempting to escape Lieutenant Til ford captured 1C rlfies and rounds of ammunition A detachment of scouts of tho Second Infantry also had a small engagement wla tho Insur gents In which they killed nine men and captured tour General Chaffee said ho considered conditions In tho Philippines to bo hopeful and that by tho end of Feb ruary all the turbulent provinces will have been pacified General Chaffee excepts the Island of Samar however which will probably require some months longer There the situation demands a policy of rigid starvation food to be given only to those who surrender or who stay In the towns Two priests have boon arrested In Batangas province They are charged with aiding tho Insurrection They were found to have hidden behind the altar of their church appliances for counterfeiting money They are charg ed with manufacturing silver d liars to pay the Insurgent soldiers Explosion at Plttsburg Plttsburg Dec 21Three dead one missing and 12 injured is the result of the terrific boiler explosion at tho Black Diamond steel works of Park Brothers The dead arc John Wel vik Patrick OConnor an unknown man Musing John Vtlts He is probably among the killed Tho in jured at the hospitals are all Going well except SteInbaugh whose in juries may yet prove fatal Reuben Miller Jr superintendent of the plant states that the boilers wero ex amined last week and pronounced in excellent condition No known cause can be given for the explosion A thorough investigation is In progress Family incinerated DuboIs Pa Dec 23A distressing affair occurred three miles from Sum mervllle Jt an county The home of John Ashugh a farmer was destroyed and four persons were burned to death One other is burned in such a manner that recovery is doubtful and four others are seriously burned and Injured The dead are William Ashbaugh 22 Mabel Ashbaugh 12 Harry Ashbaugh 10 James Ash baugh 9 Herman Ashbaugh 8 is fatally burned Fire was caused by an overheated stove Six Dashed to Death Allentown Pa Dec 24Wot rails caused an electric car to jump the track at a sharp curve at the foot of a mountain between this city and Coopersburg Six persons were killed outright and eight Injured The dead Rev Tobias Kessler an un attached Reformed church clergyman Albert Yeager of Allentown 40 Mrs Dr Jacob Fetzer of Coopersburg 3G Ambrose ReInhard of Freodensvllle IrwIn tanner of ZIon Hill farmer Frank Wesley of Allentown Pa Big Blaze In Baltimore Baltimore Dec 20Flre In the R1ddlom ser building 2 to 16 West Fayette street caused a loss of 210 000 fully covered by insurance The heaviest sufferers are Coblcnz Cahn Company about 140000 Joseph I RIddlemoser owner building 40000 Disastrous Blaze Huntingdon Pa Dec 20Flro de stroyed the opera house block includ ing tho stores of A S Mulltn dry goods C C Road druggist E Y Yoder novelties J B Port confectioner and tho Acme department f store Loss 150000 partly Insured Killed by a Negro Bluefiold W Va Dec 21Dayton H Miller secretarytreasurer of tho Crows Nest Coal and Coke company was shot and killed by a negro at Toms Creek Va Tho murder has created considerable excitement and the negro may bo lynched Church Licked Up Springfield 0 Dec 23The FirstT Congregational church was totally destroyed by fire Loss 25000 It was a new church constructed but a few years since The origin is a mystery though it is supposed to have been due to an overheated furnace S SOIl LEY CASE idmtrnl May Appeal to the Courts For Vindication Washington Doc 23Now that Secretary of the Navy Long has ap proved tho findings of tho Schley court of Inquiry and practically dis approved mo opinion of Admiral Dew ey respecting the credit for the famous naval victory on the ground that that question was not before the court it Is possible that Admiral Schley will seek redress in the courts counsel for the admiral vehemently denounced the action of Secretary Long Unless the president Intervenes counsel say the matter may be taken Into the courts There Is a power in the courts to compel the secretary to file tho dis seating opinion of Admiral Dewey whether he agreed with It or not President Roosevelt has requested the resignation of Historian Maclay who viciously assailed Schley fn n recent naval history and who is employed as laborer at the Brooklyn navy yarn General Nelson A Milos has been rep rimanded by Secretary of War Root for publicly expressing his approval of the finding of Admiral Dewey which was favorable to Admiral Schley The secretary says It is his doslro to have the war department In no way in volved In the controversy Maclay Defiant New York Dec 24Edgar Stanton Maclay whoso connection with the Schley case has led President Roosevelt to request his resignation as spe cial laborer In the navy made formal demand for trial by usual naval procedure He averred that his case came under tho civil service law and that he could not be dismissed with out formal charges trial and convic tion The request for his resignation was sent to him by Rear Admiral Barker commander of the navy yard at Brooklyn and ho replied at onto by letter formally setting forth his peal tlon FOUUTKKN ItOASTKD By the explosion of Gas ut the Soho Furnace 1lttnliiirjj Pittsburg Dec 20Ton men wero burned to death and four injured by the explosion of gas at tho Soho fur nace of Jones Laughlin limited The explosion was caused by a slip In the furnace the gas and flames belch Ing upward through the bolt The men were on the furnace platform 85 feet above the ground There wore 19 men on tho furnace when the ex ploslon occurred Fifteen of them wore caught in tho flames Two pf them escaped with slight Injuries Gas became encased in a crust of cinder forming at tho bottom of the furnace A wheelbarrow containing ore had been sent up to tho men and when they went to dump It into the bell of the furnace they pushed It over too far and it rolled Into the hopper The barrow weighed 900 pounds and was too heavy for the four men to raise The 1C laborers all Hungarians were then sent up to assist them Steamer Shoots Over a Dam Charleston Dec 20 At PaInt Creek the steamer Kanawha Belle went over a dam on her down trip immediately broke in two and Is now a total wreck Eight of the crew all deckhands and roustabouts were drowned All of the officers of the boat wero saved but some of them had narrow escapes Tho sunken boat was owned by the Calvert Brothers Tke river has been up for several days and there was a furious current at the Jock and the pilot was unable to con trol the boat on approaching the lock The Calvert another boat owned by the Calverts went to the rescue of tho survivors and brought them here Len Martin a passenger on the boat was rescued from the water but died from fright on his way to this city The boat was valued at 10000 Train on Fire Liverpool Dec 24An explosion in a fuse box set fire to a train on the electric overhead railway at DIngle station Several of the railway em ployes were terribly burned and seven were killed Tho burning train en tered a tunnel stored with stacks of creosoted railroad sleepers These were also set on fire and the tunnel became a blazing furnace Tho fire brigade had the greatest difficulty in extinguishing tho flames Tho corpses of the seven men killed wero carried from the tunnel Sale of the Danish Islands Copenhagen Dec 21It is almost certain that the second chamber will ratify the sale of the Danish West In dies by a large majority but many members of tho first chamber are opposed to this cession Influential peo ple hero believe that the present moment Is Inopportuno for tho sale as tho cutting of the NIcaraguan canal will considerably Increase tho com mercial and political value of Islands Looked For a Leak With a Match ClevolandDec 111The barbershop of Valentino Kerner a twostory brick building was completely shattered from top to bottom by an explosion of gas William Nugent who caused the explosion by looking for a leak in tho gas pipe with a match was blown into the street and seriously hurt rove others in the house were hurt but not seriously A Bloody Crossing MIshawaka Ind Dec 19Dr W E Bowman of Elkhart surgeon for tho Lake Shore and Michigan Southern Railway company and an unknown malo companion were struck by a fast mall train on that road and instantly killed The accident occurred at the fatal Union crossing whero a farmer and wife were recently hurled eternity IntoI Five Buildings Burned Now London Conn Doc 21Flvo business buildings on Bank and State streets were gutted by fire The loss including that on stocks of merchan dise Umatad at f10- 0000Iivaauli A J Snot wanted to attend n par ty but wan afraid to do oo on account of pains in his stomach which ho feared would grow worse Ho says I was tolling my troubles to n lady friendwho Raid Chamberlains Colic Cholera nud Diarrhoea Remedy will put you in condition for tits party I bought n bottle and take pleasure in stating thAt two doses clued mo and enabled mo to have a good timo at tho party Mr Suell is a resident of Summer Hill N Y This remedy is for sale by S E Wulcli Jr IEXPERIENCE 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feel bilious Thoy will improve your appetite cleanso and invigorate your stomach and reuiit vur lillr arid loII LOUISVILLEHENDERSON 6 ST LOUIS RY DOUBLE DAILY TRAINS BnTtvst- ltNLouisville and Sts Louis Parlor Cars on Day Trains Pullman Buffet Sleepers on Night Trains For rates and further Information mlilrens L J IRWIN a p LOUIBVILLC KY NURSESITHE TRAINING SCHOOL FOR Thorn have horn two reasons for establishing tho Training School for Nurses at Heron fie first object is to perform tho Cliristliko work of lending ilii sick Probably half tho pooplo who duo might just us well have recovered nnd lived many years longer to limo glory of God and flu comfort of their families They die because people do not know how to euro for tho sink how to cook their food how to give their medicines J ow to attend to the many little things on wInch their ru covery depends No amount of Novo on tho part of a mother or sinter or wife can save life unless thorn is aim knowledge nnd skill The second object is to provide way in which young hidlos eau earn mount and support themolvos A girlwho cannot earn her own living is a very holplew creature Sho is almost u slave Sho is almost forced to tnarrr may man who asks hor She is always dependent and help 1uII1handnut n woman who has training as a nurse axon always earn nt muoh or moro than n teacher And many UnitS her training is worth all it costs THE ANNUAL MEETING OF STATB EDUCATORS Tho Kentucky Educational Assooi ntion will hold its annual meeting in Louisville on Doc 20 28 All expect the record to show n larger attend nuco than over before Tho main topic for discussion will lw of units ual interest and it is Needed School Legislation Tho railroads have given a rate of ono and onothird Tarn on the certificate plan Programs can bo had upon application to Miss McDaniel President of tho Associa tion Hopkiusvillo Ky Below is the ruport of the committee upon the Needs of School Legislation with tho view of framing n bill to be pro Houtod to tho next session of the Leg islaturo I That tho third class certificate should Ira abolished II That the County bo made tho unit of taxation III That the School District bo given tho authority to vote on the question of levying n tax to build schoolhouses IV Thnt tho Trusteo Systems should bo remedied as follows That all tho schools in the county Ira under tho control of n County Board of Education compos anllonoterial tistrict by tho voters thereof time members of tho Board after the first election to bo elected at tho same timo that county ol1i ors art elected anti their term of ollico to bo four years liar in the fuel that eke can sure tho lives of thoso Mho loves in her own homo The onus of training at Burnt oocupiuri two your Any young WQlllnll or good chnntutor stunt luwlth win enter tho first year olnes She ncolven Otto lesson snub day at the Nurses Building amid has oilier Mtllli itmholected by tho Htipcrintundent in time College limo expenses aie tho riniiio ns ip tho other departments twenlvfive or thirty dollars n term with sumac chnncoof mruiiig n part Tho second year tho girl livos nt tho HoApllnl mud is provided with hoard hooks and n suit of clotlios Slat signs nn agreement to 4ny through till year mid to do such work as may Iw required of hor In connection with her studios Those win hive completed this course have found all tho work they could do nt fourteen dollars a week Wo oould send out innnv store mimes if wo had then Thoro is u olmnto for n niimlw of young Indies to bin time first of fan URn Do twit wnnta your tinge or oontinua to be tixpendwut on othuri SCHOOL 2 Eaoli member shall give Road for faiUiful porformnnoo of his dntion and shall roeoira R 00 par Hum for his services while the bonrd Id In sea sloe the number of days to Im lim itexl said mnicos to IHI paid for out of county funds 8 Said Board to Imvo authority to lot nil contracta for building und repairing to purchase nil material for same to purchase nil furniture apparatus nnd supplios and to em ploy nil teachers IV That this Bonn have ono local Director in each school district for tho signing of rajwrtE nnd ntUnd ing to incidental mutters whllo school In session V That tho State Superintendent bo icqiitnxl to but 20 pur 0 nt of time tuition findou tho first of Octo her VI That tho County Superin tendon Ls aiuiini report should reach time state 0111eo not inter theta time first tiny of Augimt VII That tho date of lima Juno examination for common school grad nates ba tho second Friday and Sat urday in May VIII That tho sum of tWO bo plauod at tin dlHtraBnl of tho Stato Siiporintondent with wliieh to defray its expensofl in visiting county insti totes amid other oduautional moot jugs and that a sworn Ntiitninonl of hits expenses bo publishiMl in his biennial report i u n BEREA COLLEGE Founded lass Places the Best Education in Reach of All Over HO Tencliorfl 80O HtudontH from 20 States Largest College Library In Kentucky NO SALOONS Trade Schools Carpentry Printing Housework Nursing two years Model ScboolH Qonoral Education nnd fitting for ndvnuced courn s For those xujfflcicntly advancrd to get a teachers certificate Applied Sclouco Two years course with Agriculture for young mon amid Domestic Science for young ladies Normal CoursoTwo years with practice teaching Academy CourseFour years fitting for College for business and College Course Literary Philosophical Classical for life Music Rood Organ Choral free Vocal Piano Theory We are here to help all who will help themselves townrd a Christian edu cation Our instruction is n free gift Students pay a small incidental foe PRYforadvanoaThe Disciples Method eta Presbyterians and good people of nil denominations For information and friendly advice address the Secretary WILL Or GAMBLE Bore Madison Co Icy ITHE FARM Rdllal by C JU OKITiifR or ol JlottJ vulture llertii ollccc EXTERNAL DISEASES OF THE HOG AND THEIR TREATMENT Iljr Win liolf haw seem Fos It is not n rapidkilling disease being moro a rotnnler of growth amid development Hogs gaits in wuiuht very slowly when badly affected with mango and in extreme cases die with the disease still tt ono that die with it nro but a small por cent of tho number affected In years bOno by tho treatment of innngo was strong nonpsuds well tublMd in with n scrubbing brush This laborious process might do for one or two pigs hut for n hundred head would bo tenons and expensive titan nt the present time unnecessary My method of trentmon is by spray lug with nitrate of loud ono ound to n hnrrolof water Two gallons of boiling water will ho required to diRe solve tho lend Place it in a barrel of cold water Hy simply wetting time hugs with this solution most of the mango will Ira killed by tho first IIpmyllllIi second spraying nt nn interval fa week will mnko tbo work oomplet After this tho corn n herd will diet u up will ho surprising Thu hog grown out hi every part gets fat hair looks glossy skin is smooth and pliable Swlno Fovnr Swluo fever in the most contrary lays tho foundation for moro mlichiof in ono of tho feu blfttit nail Wslost disoasou to treat ami tho east of treatment the small est of all diseases of tho akin It teem the densest healthiest thrift lust tendercst mud punwthloodwl hogs for iU victims It U cue of tho daintiest of disoaww n difference of tIll food being sufficient to divert it to or from n lint All evidence from tho symptoms before and after it fo dustmy l nud oxnminntiou of till hogs lint have tutul with swine furor also time conditions found in several Kurds nnd thousands of nick hogs tho uvideuco from lhe o different source goon to provo that this skits INonpii is of n leoehliko character Anti lives upon the blood nnidering tho nnluinls susceptible by the do prctiMlon of vitality nnd natural resist mutt to nil diseaseA that hog flesh is heir to Tho symptoms of nwlno fever nro show weak movements staggering gait nbscnco of blood from fresh woundHMtillug up in bedding annoying sensation of heat when baud is placed upon thom hard to drive out of bedding rough 1romniuedgesIbmak dnytoopon tho flesh will ho found an clear profesniodalbutolmurvory found in nay part of tho nnimnl or ganism Although tho treatment already givens for manage by arrayieg n trato of is equally M good for tho BUcwRtful treatment of nwino fever still it is unms weary nnd ex fontiximsg heath Ono half ounce of nitrate of r lend with salt nullicteut to form chloride of hnd in sullicient to do stray swine fever on 100 hum Thin weak solution has no effi ct upon mange nor does it affect lion or itch- I will return to treatment Dissolve ono tablespoouful of chloride of load in n bucket by llOurlnfrIt gallon of boiling water UIKM or boiling water will dissolve It cold water will not Pour tho soluti n into ono bnrrolof cold water Throw this up on time hog nffectcd with swine fever II n pump is not obtainable van dipper or bucket will do any wiry long ns you got tho hogs wot sill over with tho solution kills tho swine lover germ pnrnsitos or live disease mnttiV a single treat taunt Ifs treating 100 pond or moro it li letter to repeat tho operation ittrlntin tho incubatory stages of nwlnn fever After Use nymp 4 tons take n decided ehllu ono lover is visible anywhere in the herd tho j tog begins to eat hair looks hett rjblood conies to the surface of tho skin sometimes running from tho unhealed wounds nnd cases have been whore thins have nearly covered time hogs after a treatment of chloride of loudnppropraling tho bloodttcones through the I portion of time skin llejwrt of Kan dos Stale Board ofAyrlcnltiirc ITo be continued Blown To Atoms Tho old idea that tho hotly some titmice needs a poworful drastic purga tive pill 1ms boon exploded for Dr KinggNow Life Pills which are per fectly harmless gently stimulate liv or and bowels to oxp31 poisonous unit jar cloausothosyHtom nnd absolute ly cure Constipation nndSick fiend all drugstores 6 A i THE CITIZEN 1JI l r THE CITIZEN OrEnK to old nUll now 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f Tho fnmo of Bucklons Arnica Salvo RII thin boMt in tun world oxlemta IlOrftcLiSonw Scalds Boils UlwrH Felonsf Aches Iains nnd nil Skin Eruption Only iiifulliablu Pilo cure 25o n box at all drugstores lro f Iv Tl1L U AY SC1IOQL SpNXIIIJfKURTH UAfrrEhINTE NATIONAL SERIES DEC ad Text uf tIt Icniun n ropiltfntonare Ilcvletv ur the QuorlnrV prwvllt- Gulden n rnl Hunt vlll 11 Com turiilnrr lip the Mv iti if ciiriitu OoUfllftM tj Amnlran ireii Arisodstlon IEHIhN xxxvll 1JIJIIIIIIlolIJllto tIC1IIIOell The imtriarchs irib fcrrwlth envy IIcI1 Joseph lulu 1111111 but God 1111 Itvlth him When n Illllc clilM lt taken trop p wozaorda hi nrt mini ltrlllJS her clilht heAite her So if WP ore In right relntlonK with our absent Loral evurjtlilui lu thIS IfQk will peak to of and the Imtrtil nail cruelty of Jo cpliV WHhrcn tb tM brother whom tin fiithilr flU loved wilt Hit tho trcnlmrnt which Christ nfI aired roar brethren the Jew acid till bcllerliiB heart will nay with deep cratltudc All for me IJIoIoX II Joseph In prlnon Gen xxxix J xl 15 Jolden Text Gen xxxlx 21 Hut time Lard wai with Jo wih mid nhewitl Ida mere It Is written of Idol loth no klavo niul prison vr that tho JVnnl wen with him and ho won a jituiHnu man xxilxu Z ISO It U herd to wait tiny uudcr adverse and trying ctreumitanepH and uec tin prodtxct at deliverance and be seem liiRly forgotten hy thiwe whom wo have bufriemlnl coil who might lx used to help It they were not no relflxh and tin Bratpful Lasso III Jonopli exnltitl Gen xll SS1U lolden Text Sam II M TlMiu that honor Me I will honor Innn the prlxm ho J8 suddenly exalted to I ruler aver nil the land of Egypt asd urcoiid to Pharaoh um ninl thin when ho was hut RI years of nee the age nt which our Iml Jiwu IMKBII Jill pobllc inlnlitry It wan all nrroniillih f withftiit effort on the part of Joseph Hie Ix rd did It all In nlll own Rood time and way InmOK 11Jscfib and hU brethren Gun xlr Mr Golden text flow xII 21 He not ovrcome of evil lint overcome evil with good After er haw IS ypiirn He who performed all thlnpi roc him roalilil him to heap IAla of fin titian tho Bend of three who hid tnwttnl him w cruelly Itom xII 20 nest how lnvlrmgly IIlkl It when he Mid lie omit giltvtM nor angry with your selve lor 1ml dhl wml uio before you to iHrwutnre life verse WS 80 tho Jew lush mt day Wf JMII their brother an the one whom n1 sent to preimrc life for timers even life eternal lea xxv 0 Xrch xH 10 Imsov V Death of Jnnoph lien I 1R20 Oolden rest IV xc 12 So loach ui to iiiiinlKT our days hurt we uwy apply our hrarU unto wlmlom It U a very trd trial to have ones lore or JUolIor ulneerlty nuentlmed nnd that Ja plin brethren should name to hint with n rrquert for furglvrne i utter they had rnjojod hit firclrvueM for 17 years Will n great grip to him It limit n grief to air I oral when thom whom Iii has wimhed and Mnrtlllitl nnd Jinti fled uedlon their wilvnllon amid wnk to ohtnlii It hy their own work Inntend of thanking Him for time tub ltnpflt of Ilk flntiheil work bellowed freely iimn them IRMOX Ibroll opproetal In Ksyp tlit I Mi Golden Text Kx II 21 Gal heard their groaning and Gal re mrmltered Ills covennnt flod j onnllii time devil and bill leoplo nec mtnsly to hue their own way yet He work hy them or In uplte of them nil time Rood plrnuire of Ills will and the hlKhest In tcrtttN of JIll people IKSON HThl rhlldhood of Mows mx II 110 Golden Text Pmr xxll 0 Train up n chill lu the way he nhould po and when ho la old he will not depart from It What n striking providence that due daughter of Pharoh the titan who was seeking to destroy Israel and had given commandment to kill all time tunic children should brim up nx her own son ono of these tonic children destined by Gal to IK time deliverer of Israel from time power of Egypt IBSSOS VIIIWorlds Temperance frfNxon Ua r 830 Golden Text Ise- v 22 Woe unto them that are mighty to drink wine Thee six woes upon the rovetoun this drunkard time dc iierntcly wicked the perverse the worldly wise sad the haters of righteousnessnre a kind of parallel with the eight woes upon the scribes and Ihnrliee of Math xxlll- Lt sox IXlho call of Moses Kx III M2 Golden Text Ex III 12 Certainly I will be with tb1I When Moses was 40 years old ho luppoicd that his breth ren would have understood how that God by his hand would deliver them Acts vII 2T but they nndcrRtucxl not for the tlmo lead not come and hones had not been authorized Ho was IO years almond 01 time limit now after keeping sheep for 10 years God calls him and commlMloni him to load Israel out but he must un denttand that he Is only an Instrument In till hand of the Land that he Is nothing lint God Is everything and will do nil by power ICHSOH XMoses and Pharaoh Kx xl MO Golden Text Isn Ixlll 0 Time nncrl of HU presence saved them When Moses and Anron went to tho rule In Israel with their God given ore dential they were accepted by the pro pie as tho Lords messenger but when they went to Pharaoh with time demand front the Lord that ho should let Israel go they were scorned and turned away with contempt Iv 2U11 v11 So Goo humbled Pharaoh anti his people by ten dreadful plague IKssojf XL The Passover Ex xll 1 17 Gulden Text I Cor v 7 Christ our Passover Is sacrificed for us There Is no salvation from death the conic quence of but by death the tenth of n substitute This seen In the animals slain by Gods own hind to provide the redemption clothing for Adam timid Eve OeD Ill 21 also In the ram offered on time nltar In Isaacs stead Gen xxll 11 and hero In the Passover lambs whose blood sprluklo saved the lives of tho firstborn all sacrifices being typical of the great sacrifice of Htm by whose blood alone sin can bo put away Acts 1v12 IKS8OV XJJfho passage of time lied sea Ex xlv 1327 Golden Text Ex xv I will slug unto the Lord for IIo both triumphed gloriously Tho Lord who made a way through tho sea and triumphed over the lasts of Pharaoh la the same who afterward In tho fulhv ot time became the Sun of Mary God nmnlfpst In the flesh tho Creator of nil things whose goings forth have been front of old from everlasting the only Saviour of sUncn the only Judge of all mankind nr 1I past tho news u n nv Ile pulpit have soldom- Ilost lIlIL110 moralize upon Ionf iqinkyas is lark and bloody tO81I jlo sthto in tho unioi whoip jpasnion never cools and whore tothetheir cuusoa anti roaultH tho editor of LoflljttfVAtyBihly sent Mr E Carl Lilxoy n careful nnd uuciirato obHor orJOti h through tho most uolrlIIhllktHctl of tho State Mr LiUoy dincnrdwlhll hearsay and 10 liodHbluly tipoh first hand iuforma tioa Thabtory of nil ho saw and heard which IH Hht forth in Frcnk- herllehPbputar Monthly for Jan IIny taofvoculinr inturest to ovary Kontdeliiailt h Ir A Good Cough Medicine UVan Tin Iturtle Tautn IMd Australia I find ChnmborlninH Cough Homo ely la an uxcollout medicino I have loon Biifforiug froth n nevero cough for the lust two inonthn nnd it has ulfecicd euro I hnvo great pleas uro in recommending ItW C WocKNfcit This Is the opinion of Otto of our oldmit and most ruse ctod rcHideiits and hns loon voluntarily givon in good faith that others may try time remedy and be benoHlted as WitS Mr Wockuer This remedy in sold Ity S G Wulob Jr tl W Edward Blake College Student Hy Charles M Sheldon Jl uihnrnf In JIU StrlIteomKIk The nwfrlon PAiUp Kroii0M ItolxTt Itanlut Strtn JMV jff1oW lm fill 1 A f v Udruiir JliMWiliii OJIchnuu CIIAPTEIl IL It was not until a long tlmo after ward that Kdwnrd undoratoocl fully Just how much Interest his roommate had in making this little unwell Proa ton Lad a dUllku for Itankln that he seldom tried to conceal And yet lie hind within the year borrowed several sums of money front him nnd wna In debted to him now In n way that wor ried him much IIH out of hla nature Is ever worried about anything IIo wanted to keep Itankln on Rood terms It possible without too much trouble Edward for time Unit time since the proposition of time route was clear to him began to hesitate pie nuked ono or two questions In n low voice nerv ously rolling a lead pencil hack and forth over lib desk Willis put hi n word hero and there ns ho swung his clubs Itankln was evidently very de sirous of getting Edward to agree to the arrangement lie hind seen enough of him even In tho month to believe that the route would bo safe In his hands and probably result In a work- Ing up of tho subscriptions In such a way as to make the weekly Income from them n more satisfactory figure than It ever had been before I dont Just like the Idea of deceit In tho matter Edward finally said In a hesitating manner I cant get around tho fact that I shell have to pretend that I own the route when I dont own It and Itankln knows I dont own It Oh well put In Wllllx nUll Ilnukln had used tho same argument several times lots of the fellows do It Its understood by them its been the cus tom hero for years And before any ono sneers at these young mens Ideas of what constitutes strict honesty let us remember that they are many of them time IOUS of reputable business men who for years have lied about their taxes and other details In busts life simply because so many oth er men do tho same thing anti the cus tom Is common Is It strange that their sons grow up with louse definitions of truthfulness and careless habits In tho matter of exact honor Of course said Itankln after n pause during which Edward kept a troubled look on time table and was evi dently having a great struggle to tIe chic the matter I can tot plenty of fellows to take the route Hut I know If you take It U will bo ruu straight and if you Increase tho number of sub scribers Im willing to make It moro than 3 a wool Still Edward did not reply IIo was making n calculation as to chances for getting something else to do Ho had entered college with time determination to get through somehow He knew that a Lard struggle was before him Time farm could not help both Kreeda and himself wllhout more privation on the part of the homo folks than he was willing to see How could he earn 8 a week easier And after all It It was understood by the fellows nnd It the rulo was obnoxious and If Ilaukln rose and walked over to the doorWell what do you say Will you take time routo or not Ill take It replied Edward gravely Ilankiu came back amid sat down while ho went on to arrange time details n little more fully Finally ho went out and Edward picked up n book and tried to study but ho was uneasy and Willis noticed It If I hail u conscience ns delicate ns yours Id want to trade off for a good tins once In awhile he said as ho hung up his clubs pulled a book out of the shelf and sat down to his table putting lila feet on It and yawning alccllUJl 1 At hind time you menu said Kd wen looking out of the window Tjat depends Its loU ot fun to tIo- IIR y please Ed and looked over at Ills room mat and wondered at his easy happy expn fdon He lad been out time oven Ing before at a late supper held In the GrecR letter society rooms down town when If the minors of such suppers were Correct there was dissipation of Irlo that resulted In no good to nny of tho students Kdwnrd wax wondering If Preston was ns happy ns ho 1000kellIYour conscience never troubles you does n- It used to replied Willis whistling a liar of a popular tune but Ive train ed It In the way It should go amiall right he shouted ns the door opened and n head with n tennis cap on Ifwns thrust Into the room Ill be out thero In a minute Were going lo play off that sot with Bruce and murk Ho put on his tennis shoes hunted up some balls took down his racket and went out Edward sat for half an hour by his table looking out of time window and tumble to study Final ly he threw down his hook nod put on his hat and wont out to time tennis courts to watch the game It was Im possible for him to go on with his studios In tho condition his mind was In Ho was Riot lu tho habit of juggling with his conscience as Willis was and ho could not quiet It after that promise to rent the route Next tiny hn went down to time ofllce and Kankln went with hint to make arrangements The proprietor was very busy and did riot question Edward at nil so that Itankln did nil the lying himself n thing that Willis said In talking It over with Kdward after ward Itankln was perfectly competent to started In with time work of the route with conflicting feelings He had not actually said n word to time proprietor or to any ono else about thee ownership of time route and he tried to quiet Ids conscience with tho thought that he was justified In earning the money needed to carry him through college And still he was not able to Hence that little voice Ills home training had been too exact Isis fa ther hail been called by some of his nelghlHir overparticular lu the matter of truthfulness If he had not been so Iiartlculfir they said he would have got on faster Edwards mother and Kreeda hind the same habit of scrupu lous exactness and Kdward had never been able before to satisfy himself with any statement that stopped short of absolute and perfect frankness lIe was not satisfied tow but bo was struggling to make the matter seem rvnsonable and persnadu himself that as Willis said he was too llnlcky For n week ho worked on time route with nil his energy Matters In regard to Cuba anti Spains administration of that unhappy Island were growing more and more liniwrtimt as news People In the limits of the newspaper route who had never taken n paper be gan to subscribe Before the week was out Kdward hind Increased the sub scription list by time addition of 25 new names When Rankln paid him at tho end of tIe week according to their contract ho was much pleased lie volunteered CO cents extra on time 3 and Edward silently took It Im willing to make it a regular thing said Itankln It you can keep up tho list through the winter Looks now as It there might bo a war with Spain and If there Is people will want the news right along The papers will probably have a boom Probably they will replied Edward briefly That was Saturday night and ns his custom had bets since entering collpgc ho went over to the girls hall to see Freed When she came Into tho parlor she noticed Edwards unusually grave face He was habitually grave but not som ber nnd Freeda was quick to see the difference What have you been doing Ned Youve been working too hard No I havent Edward hesitated to tell her the real cause of his trouble because he did not want her to know anything about the real struggle he was having to meet his expenses But Freedn was a persistent glrlnnd Ed wards old habits of frankness finally prevailed mill he told his sister briefly about the newspaper route and his con tract with Itankln- Freeda listened nUll face grow more mill more distressed as ho went on They were sitting In a corner of time parlor for there were other callers present and Freeda said In n low voice Ned you never told me that uncle did not send you the money to pay tho first terms bills Tain sure that was time understanding when we left home You have given me nil the money nnd not kept any for yourself Edward explained that their uncle needed time money to buy stock for the farm but Freedn was evidently very much disturbed by her brothers con fession At any rate Ned you have been tempted to take this route against your convictions because you need the moll ey so much And I feel to blame for your having done so much for me I could get a place to work somewhere In a private house Instead of paying for board amid room hero In the hall qt Isnt necessary replied Edward doggedly so long as I am making this three and a halt n week and there will ho seine money coming to me from the farm In January Freda was silent n moment and thou said timidly Do you think you will go on with thorouteYes suppose so Freeda did not say anythlug A num pnrlorlant able to talk together privately any lon ger Among the newcomers was Willis jolly and as noisy a she dared to bo with tho principal of tho ladles depart mont In the little room adjoining time general parlor Somehow as Willis came up and spoke to Frecda anti made her grave face smile with some nonsense lightly spoken by him Edward felt a dislike for his roommate that he had never experienced before He resented his easy going happy carelessness Thero seamed to bo n disagreeable familiarity on Prestons port with nil the girls but Edward Blake noticed It fur tho first time lu connection with his conversa tion with Frecda It was Prestons man ner and Edward on this evt ling espe chilly was probably more than usually sensitive He rose to go earlier than usual anti Freeda went out Into the hall with him I dont feel quite right about time route dear Ned she said as bo took his hilt up from tho hall table but If you feel easy about ItI suppose She hesitated for fear of seeming to discourage him from the only thing that seemed possible for him to do In order to make his way If 1 could find anything else to do I would do It said Edward moodily JJout you worry about It anyway I dont want to spoil your happiness Tho only unlmpplucss I can have- Ned Is to see you unhappy Freeda replied Impulsively and then she kiss til him a thing she seldom did but the girls heart was sore at the sight of what she truly Imagined her brothers struggle Willis lounged Into the hall with two or three other students just as Edward went out Wish I hind a sister In college he said with a provoking smile Freeda reddened nnd after a moments pause she turned and went di rectly up stales The boys with Preston laughed louder than usual and Miss Channlng time principal opened her door and came Into the hall She looked nt Willis sharply and said Mr Preston If you dont obey the rules as to order on calling nights you will not be permitted to come any more this term Willis smiled good naturedly Now then Miss ChanninG am I to blame If the other fellows laugh at my witty remarks What makes you al ways pick on me a poor Inoffensive little Junior Miss Channlng looked at him nnd tried to bo severe but Willis looked so absolutely and contentedly happy that she relaxed her own look and came out Into the hall for n chat and In a few minutes she was laughing with the oth ers at nn Imitation on Willis part of one of time professors who was exceed Ingly unpopular with both faculty had students Afterward site reproached herself for letting Willis Preston 1m pose on every one Hut that was not time first tlmo he lad hail his own way at the ladles tall Edward Hlakc went out across the campus nnd started toward Ida room Before he put his foot on the steps of tho building ho had gono over the whole matter of time paper route again His sisters evident distress tor trim had moved him very deeply In spite of the fact that lie lma4 not actually lied to time proprletor of the cr or to nny ono else he know well enough that he had let Itankin do the lying for him thereIngoing over on the steps of the chapel hall As ho Iftltbewas not a professed Christian al though he always hull respect for roll gious life and had attended tho college prayer meetings and association gath erings several times since entering the college So ho was not fighting out the question of right and wrong on any basis of Christian faith Ills mother and sister were members of a church at home amid ho had always attended and believed In It Since leaving home he had been down town to different churches but had not yet settled on any one regularly The fight he was having now was carried on practically alone In the dark with his conscience and his God At last he came down off the steps and started again toward his own Neil you jicrcr told me that uncle did not aced you the money room Ilauklns room was 6n the front of the bullulng and Edward as he looked up saw a light burning there Ho went on up and stopped at his own room lIe put his hand on the knob of the door and waited there a second Then bo slowly walked across the hall and knocked at Hanklus door When Itaukln opened tlio dcpr und saw Edward he looked a little s rprls cd but Invitee him In polltey enough and asked him what ho wanted Edward remained standing by the neverl up and down the room and grew moro excited every minute Ive come In to say that I must give up the route said Edward coming at once to tho point Give up the route Yes I cant make myself believe that tho business Is right for time and I must give It up But see here Itankln spoke rough ly and the coarseness In him began to show through tho veneer of his out ward politeness There are two par ties to a contract What if I say that I will not go hack on my contract What then It makes no difference I cant car- r the paper any more But youve made a contract with mo to carry the papers and you are legally bound by your written word I can bold you to It Edward was silent a minute He did not know enough about the law In the case to know whether Itankln was tell Ing the truth or not At last ho wild slowlyWill you let me see the contract Rankln hesitated but he knew that Blake had a copy In his own room lie opened a drawer In hits desk and threw the paper on the table Theres no tlmo mentioned here said Edward reading the clause aloud I promise to carry time papers for so much week and to keep up the regu mar list of subscribers but tho agreement leaves It open for you or mo to dissolve the contract without naming nny time It was true for Rankln In drawing up the paper lied In his own mind reserved tho right to secure time services of another carrier If at any time be could get one at n cheaper rate Anyway you are under moral obli gations to keep your promise said Rankln using an argument he never would have thought of with another studentIm under any moral obligations to continue lying Whos done any lying Id like to know11 exclaimed Raukln savagely Ive done nil the talking anti Im will ing to stand the responsibility Edward made no reply After com ing back to the table from a walk over to the window Rnnkln exclaimed It will put me In a hole with the pa per at the alike How am I going to make them believe that the route la sold again to another party Theyre suspicious of me down there now If you quit now It means no end of both er for me What do you want to be so mighty particular for Weve got time thing started now and you havent lead to tell any actual lies about It Youre getting good wages anti no harm done Whats the use of knocking the bUilt ness nil over Probably before winter Is over can make It 4 a week Its tho best route In time city by nil odds and you never can get another ltd BE C05T1HUED 1 Necessary Expenses for Twelve Weeks School Persons who board themselves can pent ss much or little u they choose on living expenses- It pays to hive a little extra moncyiforilert urea boob and other things But the necessary expense are nnlv u follows To pay the first day roil HAM School Incidental Fee 1150 SIM Ex Itosiiiud Fee 25 2t pJae Boob etc about 2 00 2 00 0tdTnel toid 01 2 50 a oo FIriltostbsBoard 5 00 600 60 xx172S 1875 pcusetit itmtfj v M Hcglnofae Jlo Board 6 00 6 0- 0HeglnningUMoRerd5W 5 es 75 2s 75 oent Depoaltelaraea 51 so w Total Kxnente 13 Week S7I75 2775 K For those below A Grammar dcdhctthe 82 for booki audl from Incidental fee waiting the total only 52575- When lour girls room together each saves SI on room and I or more on fuel mating the total only M2175 If classed below Grammar Fuel Ii 80 cents more in Winter and 50 cents less In Spring term Two rooms for housekeeping with stoves etc can usually be rented for from ft to 58 a term The price of n big coir n little tanbark ir n few home pnn bedcovers will give a term or school which will change ones- shore life for the bettor BUY THE N E SEWING MACHINE Do not bo deceived those whoa vertigo a 6000 Sewing Macblno for 2000 This kind oC machine am be bought from us or nny of our dealers from l500to f1800 we MAKE A VARIETY THE NEW HOME IS THE BEST The Feed determines time strength 01 weakness of Double 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conclusive testimonial THE COJIJIEIICIAL TmnoNE COMPANY Publishers Cincinnati O t r J llyMpeclnl nrrntiRement you cnn get The Citizent AND i The Cincinnati Weekly Gazette i Both for One Year rri For only 80 Cents This Is for cash subscriptions All subscriptions under I thisoffermustbosantthroughTHE r i MaC c ILOCAl AND PERSONAl I E B Wells has gone td Louisrillo Leon Lewis is hero for the holidays The repairs on tho freight depot ate nearly completed B It Robinson has purchased the Sopor farm near Wnllaceton- Misa Addie Fish and John Haley are yisitiug relatives in Somerset Mrs Walter Hill of Hamilton 0 is visiting her mother Mrs Jonos Miss Bertha Robinson is assisting T A Robinson iu his jowelry store during tho holiday rush Good skating on Thursday Fri day and Saturday was greatly enjoy ed- Mrs Dr M E Jones of Taint Lick visited friends here on Satur dayMiss Etta Gny who has been teach ing iu Jackson County is at home again Boroa College will begin tho mak ing of brick antI tile and give instruction iu those arts in the spring James Madison Combs anti Miss Amanda Ramsoy wore married Dec 18 Rev Dr Burgess officiating Lovis Johnson has sold the proper ty ho purchased from Green Hill on Center Street to I C Davis for jim Houses to rent for the Winter will soon be all taken Troas Osborno has a few for people who wish to send children to school T T Simmons who has been on avisit to his father in Florida has r turned bringing with him a aiste- who will be in school this year Mrs Azbill a daughter of Mr and Mrs A P Settle of Richmond died from consumption at the homo of he pare tfl Dec 18 The burial was nt Borea cemetery on tho 19th Any personwho will send his name to the CITIZEN will reclove free a full exposure of the Mormons who are still trying to deceive our people in some localities Tho social entertainment given by the Y M C A on Saturday night at tho Hall took the form of a Colon ial Tea antiwasniuch enjoyed Sos eral plates and other articles more than a hundred years old woro exhib itedThohoJiday concert is a regular and most pleasing feature of our Christmas time Tho concert last Tuesday night was particularly fine Next week we will givea full and crit ical report of the entertainment Miss Laura Crayons left last Fri day for Boston MassMrs X M Nickum of Paintsville Ois visiting her daughter Miss Daisy who is heroin school A youth named Frank Robinson bad his left hand badly injured by the explosion oCa giant cracker Monday Dr L A Davis was palled In and found it necessary toamputatethe thumb If obt Sharp son of J C Sharp who ran a pitch agohadr the knee Monday Drs Cornelius Davis and Lusk performed the opera tionIn a letter to Brother Dodweli from C W Johnston of lluntsburg 0we received the sad news of the death of tho baby born to Bro John son and wife a few weeks agoJA Baker of Wallaceton started his two oldest bovs to school at Boren in Sop tember 1877 and had some of his children in school there all tho tune for 20 years In 1897 Thompson the youngest graduated and there was a halt until tho present term when Lewis the eldest grandchild of Brother Baker led the way for tho younger generation by starting in on his 16thI birthday Wo trust this may bo notI only a beginning of another 20 years pursuit of education for this family but may also encourage quite a num ber of others from Wallaeoton to follow their good example COLLEGE ITEMS E RStevenson and several Phelps Iwys are hefo from Russell countyI Knuckles and Biugham are among thegrow Jug delegation fromBoll counI ly Adon W Toney is hero from W Virginia with his friend Emmet Mc Ginnis Chester B Creech James Smith the Turner boys and Misses Ida Dora and Maud Kornet ore among the new students from Ilarlan county JM Cooper is hero from Crab Orchard in Old Virginia Viand Mr Pen ninyton from Ponnin ton Gap in the same State I The two Holcomb boys Robert Sturtevant Folk Field and his sister and several others are hero already CromLotchoNounty I Jlo r w bilLdnyithis II year was no excoption A thousand reoteryIkind friends who contributed to this occasion a Thostudonts worodivided into thre groups In the el Upper Chapoli where tho collegiate and advanced studontlt met the exorcises had been arranged by Miss Robinson and con silted of choice selections of musk and nn address by Prof Jones on Our Friends followed by tits dis tribution of gifts In Ihn Main Chapel thero was n splendid display of lights and decora bone ou the Christmas tree and Pres ident Frost made tho principal address Beside these there was a troo for the younger pupils of fish Model Schools arranged by their teachers and hero perhaps was the greatest en joyment of ill Tho presents wore of iho mostI charming and practical kind There wore bananas and oranges CRlnd and popcorn for nil lolla anti toy for tho younger children books tools mittens packages of stationery pic hires and everything good for tho other students No doubt ninny young people wore missed from their homes on Christmas Day but wo aro sure no ono wont away front these Christmas treos without feeling lhat lie had friends who wore interested in liis welfare It ought to huabi push ot encouragement toward sue cOHflful terms work Ono man in a distant coon Borrea after Christmas made a great misI take in not coming at the of tho torn for in connection wit anraltercation and seems to ImO shot neighbor THE NKW 1IUIIUINUS A visit at the College building where students live is very enjoyable Everybody knows the groat Ladies IInll where nearly n hundred girls find their horse and where two hand red nre seated at tho generous tables Howard Hall named after thegsl lent General Oliver 0 Howard is ieadquarters for young mon with its1to bathroom and parlor Mr Gamble is tho teacher in charge Mr Clark of the Woodwork Department has his room hero also Mr Meudonhall is Monitor Tho old Treasurers Office has boon hastily fitted up and is the homo of sixteen young men The Davis House bos just boon purchased and hastily fitted up with rooms for thirty young mob It isnt yet quite full Tutor WaUon is tho teacher in charge anti Taylor Gab bard from Owsloy county is Monitor The Boone Cottage is also now nnd affords room for thirty young non ItI contains a diningroom but there ao boarding thero this term The diningroom is used for n goners study room We believe three roomsI are still unoccupied hero Tutor McCune is the teacher in chargoI Th6 Gilbert Cottage IB doubtless tho most pleasant home in Borea I Is now neatly furnished and in charge of Miss Schurauker Mrs Henderson joingtha housekeeper or matron Th houso was first engaged by the young ladies from Perry county rind is a kind of headquarters for the mountain students Several others are expected to arrive and make their homo in this house soon VOUNO i HOUNDfThere have bOn iv great many choiring incidents connected with the opening of the winter term which show the fino spirit anti courage of the young people who nre coining to Beron Two examples may be nion tiouetl here one young man came on foot a distance of nearly 10 miles although ho hail a good wad of money In his pocket anti might havo come on the railroad but his bravo words wore I intend to stay two years and I shall need money towards tho end In another case UYO girls after tiding thirty live milon on horseback to the nearest railroad station found tint the train they had expected toI take was cqt off by an accident oh the road They bravely picked up their baggage and walked ton miles do heI next station whore they took the cars for a journey of 150 miles to BerollI Young people who have this tom per and spirit Bro bound to succeed in life Thq visit of Prof Kiug of Obor ibwas greatly enjoyed by all lie spoke at tho Y M G A meeting Sunday night mid preached iu the Chapel Ho albo gavo the weekly Col legs lecture Monday evening on the a I I tJi Ji J I u J No undesirable tendencies ot secret so eietiescouducfelchnp0lDiondayan d Tuesday mor and gave an ad dross on applications Psjcoloyy toy Pedagogics before the Faculty nnd College students nt President Fnwt d house on Monday night Pro King 0has recently preached nt Cornell Colunibio Diiiverslty of Michigan Syracuse owl other lions MADISON COUNTY J w Wilfoh has teen appointed postmaster at White Hnll in plncii of M Bnrgih resigned Quarterly County Court met MOIl day Judge Million presiding Tht n was quite a toil locket Tho Climax Richmond Publishing Company wt I move to the McKee Building on First Street about Jail I tOOl It is reported that smallpox lias broken out at Kirkvillt That physi ciant soy heronro throe or four sets out eases in tho uomiiiunity The Climax Tho new bridge to connect Madison Lickslinn arrived and the work of putting it tip in under map Rev W II Dodge D D formerly of Jacksonville FIR Willi fornnllv in stalled pastor of tho First PnVsby ter fan Church of Richmond lust Thurs tiny The Madison County Y M C A movement is gaining ground AL n Situgreporlwl that the tOO necessary to Support tho workers for thin Hold lied hlollsuulcriblllaUlI work will bo commenced At ouco onquirohwhat lOU IiOnR tho L A It Rt theirashops at Richmond went VerailUqs Friday and mot tho oflicialH of tho railroad The committee fuel encour aged as to results Yesterday Monday 21rd the Coils ty Court toot to consider tim question of tho granting of a franchise to tin Blue Grass Consolidated Traction Company for tho purpose of construe iiug nu electric road from Loxing on this sits and then on to Jar k on or Rockcnstlo county the Compuuy might elect Tho worn stood five to ono in favor of giving it franchises Tho Compajfn to bo allowed to follow iiot infringing liowm er upon tho traveled part of the pike Tho Court meets again Saturday for further proceedings in tho uiatler Pantograph IMPORTANT NOTICE The POST OFFICEOFFICIALS at WAS IIINOTON D C have J ST RULED that amibscriptionto any publication entered as second DISCONsTINUED when the ime for which it is PAID IN ADVANCE hay eipir edThis means that all who are in ar rears to THE CITIZEN must pay and in advance or MO will ho com elseswo to In order to pay tho extra postage Which orscoalsmoro a tear tag than we charge you for TIlE CITIZEN DONT DELAY Look nt your paper and see what data youare paid up to and thug send enough money to pay up arrears lull a your ahead JOHN DODWELL Manager of THE CITIZEN Gut rjnchaiiulnir will Through this world there runs nn un broken purpose Kroui time litsliinlnj until now tlere has swept on amid on one controlling principle ItosIxtlcgH nothing shall defeat It Glorious no man small finally dyfaco IU Perfect no lack shall finally be found In IU It la the will of God XIiouglitH change opinions shift hut ono timing BIOWS more real more precious each year Behind us over us beneath us amid around us the will of Goda clear amazing reality Bland out nbovo all other things In beauty and strength Rev I F For CougrcgatlouallRt Chi Relltflon the Bae of Government So long da lack of religion and re ligious training remains characteristic of tile country wu cannot lope for best results Religion Is the fundamental principle of government Governments bared upon religion for religion trains tbo soul to duty and Jo apjirccfa flea of liberty Itcliglou and religious teaching must be recognized by our people and the precepts of relllouI uust bo practiced generally flop Is tho result of religion and It elmInot continuo to prevail without props gatlon oC religion and continuation of religious practices and training Key StILow r 1 1lt ttfti J Correspondence fIBo sure mill read Iho great story now coming out iu TIII CITIZKN Ed ward JilakirIf you are not already u wilmcrlbor send THE CiTizusa j oHt olliee order or HO tints in postogn Btnuipi kid lmv n good pnpor for your fuulijy to read the coining your Masdn County Muynvllliv Mrs Maria Saymour tvhoso horioufi illnct8 was montoneddixl Inst Toes StjSltoCotty uuatlon welcome visit toour city Saturdrty Lltllo Complins liar nell entertained quite a numborof hix frlntidH Thursday sinning in honot of the ninth anniversary of hill ngo Ho received munler of presents aiid the littla folks enjojod IholnsCiVOSMro- Anna Houtt nod husband are rojrieing over the advent of another son into thoir family oiroloMrs Mattio Brown of Omaha Neb Is vMting her niiHM Ilry Lydia Ituddof Lawrunco Crook ilohu Groou in u brotd HiiiiU on laiR taco nt prolltcl Ther IH a bouncing baby girl nt hi homo oh E Fourth StMt the little l ojHvml girls Hhoiild bo very good now and album Sunday school Old Santa Cliiut is poeptntf around tub earners at them no Ile can HCO who to bring presents to for Clirihtratn Madison County 103 toutown- Jli N V Miller of Itichmotid IIHH rttturued homo uf tor arranging for our Christina ciitcrtalnmdnt = Deiinin White froze to death Dee 15 Ho won found tho next day by Henry Turner Mr and Mrs Hobf Wnrti r receive nvnlunbto preytdut for Mr WarucrV brother William of Fnnu ingtou W Vn Tho value of tho present was about 25Miss Mary White liar bemi spending fow days with Mtiga N V Miller of Ilichmoiid Mrs GL Campbell was tho guest pt Mites N V Miller of Richmond Friday night amt turdnyQuitu a miinlwr of our pwplo vimted the First Baptist Church of Hielnhouii inst Sa timlay UHV SI Watts htlondwl Church at Hichtpond liitt Sunday Next Sjttunlaf and Sunday Dec 128 29 will Ik tint nppoluimnentof non II Mundnv At this place Ahx Fife and family will return homo from Cincinnati 0 about thu iffith Thoy will stay here during tho winter vsllmice ten II C Wylio has boon quite ill for several daysM5HHos Mary Caldwell and Lizzie Kindred reluriitxl homo WcdiKicdny after a short vWt tot Mr NYilHons at Big UillCllio Gulps who has ooiifor soma time in Illinois is hero to spend Christum with his parents Bornico Coins ia hrru from Illicoiii visiting friowlsq1Vo will have u ChriHfmas ttwat tho Baptist Church on Christinas eve Every one will bo wola msPduslbmo Ballard who sold his farm to Dan Bodkins for roo has bought 80 aerort of laud from Salem Wylio for tQUnclo Charlin Andorr on ia jiiito ill nt this writing j Rockcastle County Uockford y Isaac Todd poytmnstciat Heck ford says eggs ale karat or tho pee plo nro kuoping tharn for Christmas He still offers time CITIKN for two dozmi fresheggNow th cold has broken up the children mire anxiously looking for Snntn Claim Joseph Bullln han returned Iran a visit to his brother Wesley in Texas Ho says it was strange to leave green onions and lnttueethoro nail find show hero Some df our i noble nro show mug tlmir religion br the writ they are hnlping Mr Grant whoso house and furuittiro woro biiniLii few tlnys since Born iii William Liiivillu and wife n dnughtur ou Dec 10 William Kirby who lines near our poatollict1 has lots of green apple for wtloat HO cenlA a bushul MisH Fuiinio Ciillant nchqol closed Dec 21bliss lie lab Viarn is on a visit to her sister Mrs Dulton al B mahi DCook Jr was In Borua Monday T Viars and daughter visited W C Vlaro aid family Monday and TuosiJay This will save your LiftBy inducing you to use Dr Kings New Discovery For ColdsThe DruggistABSQLUTILYCURES ronchltllaWbooplng Affection of the Tturoatand Lungs FREEBrguUr A POVEItFtJIJVAPON UNIVERSITY EXTENSION MOVEMENT AS AN AID TO TEMPERANCE r Hvrn Though Little May Re said or till Curco ut the Hnloon ErLea hire Core to Undermine Tim I naee I ful Inilltutlon- If IB a good sign the new hiterllte I which one sees exprcHfllng Itself In ninny WnyR on the part of eome of the actualIwriter In Time Union Signal At the lust convocation of the University of Chicago the orator Dr Gregory a pro t teaser In ono of tho German unlvcnl lies took for his theme tho mutual rt In lion oC education amid labor Borne tlnio some great American university will pet tho HCIIBO of fltncsn rind olollg with It tbo courage tochoono fur Its honored spokesman someone who will speak nn frankly and as directly of tho relation of tho university to tho cause of tenipcraqce tsTho motive at organization of the university extension movement atartved In tills country about ten years ago cannot Lo too warmly commended It IlttIhl not aim nominally at tempcraniV hote influence of It was such li to wnko for temperance Although IItI tic may have been iifild in any of tho extension lecture on the ovcrnhad owing curse of tho saloon over Influ ence of tho now etlucnttynal movement Went to Use curncful Iliiti- tutlon hy tilling the minds of people with better thoughts and sinus and hopes Jt Is therefore of Interest to noto bow this finely humane university cites sion scheme has worked and what It wetIMiss Vlllard who raw at once Us pos ftlbllltloft In fortifying the homo against the saloon It Ifad boon tried In England where It hind captivated the philanthropic ftn ncluatlou fJohn liuikln Arnojil Joyn bee and otlirrn linbuctl with the lxrsaton of the new uohlllty of service Mr w t Steads eager vision laW In universi ty extrusion tile unlvernliy Oil wlicvK George William Curtis spoke of the do I veloptuent of this movement nut Mi SUCCCM as the IIIOKI xlgulilcunt fact In the modern history of education and Profciwor ralmer of Harvard writ InlvIn The Atlantic declared his apprehen sion lest the new movement might Ill attractive as even to Interfere with the regular university work Any movement ho wild which seeks to withdraw a professors attea lion fnmi bus Immediate duties and In ducrq him to put his MUl eUcwberfli mulcts on the community a serious image No couwrt of intellectualtittlmuluft furnished to little couipanlfl hero and there can atone for the low that must tall on education when gel Lego tcachcm pledge1 themselves to do serious work In dtber places than In their own libraries and lecture routes Other on tho contrary found exactly lntbUi aspect of the new extension movement 0110 of tho best things about time teacher to ntthmr111J1dmagnificent Idea that of Profcwor Moulton unlvernlty education for the whole nation organised upon Itinerant linen The grand educational cbeme use had ten years experiment What baawbeen thl aucccwi of ttIalmers tear at all events has not been realized It certainly has Dot hurt the college or university to be re x mluded of what the higher and the highest education owe to the commoR people 1rofeosor Palmer himself gtrerIn Tremont temple Boston last winter amt extension coarse of eight lecturer on j The Nature of Goodie doling M with aa much benefit to hilt own UarV yaM ni to tile larger public Of course tAjtatet hindrance fa boasthefor It fectllrera of Profewor Mont toils genius knowledge lad unique training are not common anywhere The extension lecturer has to create his own particular constituency lie must brat his own reveille and tho corn sins people will respond or not as they sec nt Xo IlBce For Drlmks Vletlsa With tint exception of the Washing tonlnu lone there la not an Instltutloa In Chicago which Is willing to take within Its doors a man suffering from delirium tromcna and nurse him back to health And usually the Washing Ionian home Is so crowded with regular patients that there Is no room within for the chance sufferer picked up on the streets although Indeed when there Is room this Institution receives tho tuna wrecked by drink A Illndervr of Work Alcohol Is not only not a helper ot work but It Is a certain hlndcrer of worn and every man who conies to tho front of a profession In London letmarked by this one characterIstic tho more busy ho gets the less alcohol ho likes and his excuse Is I am very sorry but cannot take It and do tmy wotkLote Sir Andrew Clark Mn Physician to the Queen KinK 1them a Wte Mae Though henry pressure is brought upon him to promote tho sale of intox leants In his kingdom KIng Ktmnia the noble chief of the namanuwntoa In fjouth Africa still persists In his re fusnl to allow tho deadly tralllc to btT carded on The Evil otTipPhase A man may drink In such a way as never to feel consciously excltetlor embarrassed yet ruin his health and cut short his days more speedily andi surely than the man who Is dead drunk every Saturday sdfktDr QnasWUK r 0r r e