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REV JOHN DODWELL Independent Weekly With BtrMig HUB of KI tor and Devoted Interests to of the respondents grTjif3 CAn FARM SCHOOL Knttmt at tile fwtofflct at Inca Ay at eWlIIIGUtII4I1n 60 CENTS A YEAR r IVOL III A Family roper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JANUARY 9 1902 Fifty cents a year NO 2J I t IDEAS Dont watch tim clock Tho connection between idleness and mischief is proverbial ROOSE PELT Who shall ascend into the hill of tho Lord Ho that hath clean hands nnd n puro heart Jtible A point for country preachers Good roads will enlarge your congregations Tho stingy Christian noels to go to tho mourners bench TAKE NOTICE Do not miss tho lecture by lion W II Sanders at the Chapel Saturday night Topic The Mind Lifo Rev Wni Lodwick assisted by the male quartette will hold rvliglom BorvicoH at Hickory Plains next Sun day at G p m FROM THE WIDE WORLD China will pay tho frat iusUllmon of tho indemnity on Jan 31 A dispatch to London from Rome Jan G says that lithoJopo is in a stnto of Incredible weakness and Is only mat alive Muss Alice JRopsovolt the eldest daughter of President Roosevelt will christen tho German Emperors now yacht now building at Staten Island N YIN OUR OWN COUNTRY Tho Seventyfifth General Aanom hior tho Statu of Ohio wont into suasion Tuesday The Congregational Year Book gives tho total membership of that denom nation as 635711 a gnln in tho last year of 5118 Judge Thompson of Kansas bas rendered n decision that tho express or railway ent who delivers a pack ago of liquor in that State IH guilty or a violation of tho prohibitory law The German Government will at tach an agricultural expert to its con Hiilutu in tho Unilod Stature to retort iiXti our methods of fanning purtic ularly on tho groat farms of thu north vest A now coda of laws for the District of Columbia wont into effect on Now Years Day Ono special feature in the now codo is n section prohibiting the granting of divorces except for iufi dolily Dr E A Spitzko of Now York said that during tho four hours dissec Lion of the body of Czolgosz tho murderer of tho Prusidont he had boot able to study tho brains of the critn inal with coD ltlomblo thoroughness and that the btain was abnormal COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY There is in tho State Treasury to tho credit of tho State 11 10000- Twentyfour oil wells all good ones were drilled in Knox county luring tOOl During 1001 five hundred now cor norulioiiH filed articles of iucorpora tiou in the ollicoof the Secretary 01 State at Frankfort JR Miller of Nicholaavillo whil hanging bananas last Saturday wa s bitten on the thumb by n scorpion Doctors fear he may dio Tho claims of the Kentucky soldiers of the Spanish war against tho WUI Department are 184817 Tho claim wore filed just ten minutes before th o limitation expired Tho long and tho short of it A A Powell who is 7 ft G inches tall was married on Friday to Miss Mottle Keftliu of Oldham county Sho ii four foal and five inches tall Mr Jackson Morrison of Lame county and Miss Minnie ITovious 0 Kulfloy Adair Co both deaf mutes wore married at tho homo ofjtho bride parents at tho latter place Jan 2 The attendants were also deaf mules and tho ceremony was conducted l y linger signs Tho bridegroom waR formerly a newspaper man of Vim Grove Ilardin county A 0001 IlKCOMMKNUATJON I have noticed that tho sale on Chamberlains Stomach Liver Ta blots is almost invariably to those who havo once used them Bays Mr druggistoCascade moudatiou could any medicine have than for people to call for it when Trythemwhen you have a bad taste in your mouth leer bilious havo no appetite or when troubled with and you nro certain to be delighted wIth the prompt relief which they af ford For sale by S E WELCH Jn THE SHOP HOUSE BUILDINO The bevels or cuts for any common rafter aro found by taking tho figure 12 on tho blade as tho base for all and for a ono hnlf pitch using tho figures 12 and 12 tho blade giving the seat cut or cut at the plate and the tongue the down or ridge cut For a ona third pitch take 12 on tho blade 8 on tongue for onefourth pitch take G in on tongue 12 on the blade For a roof that is ono fourth not of tho pitch of either of thosa tako the run on the blade and rise on the tongue Where tho valley comes there must be a ridge board put in This may bo a piece of 2 x 41n and the common rafter on tGu1ron rth- ia place should be cut 1 in shorter measuring square with the down cut Tho first pair of rafters may bo cut tho full length and tho ridge cut in between them and tho 6th pair which may also bo cut to come together This cut will show the way in which this place should bo built and shows valley and jack rafters Tho long valley rafter is cut as follows the rise is exactly the same as that of the common rafters of the main house Tho run is found by measuring tho diagonal of a squaro that is tho same on all sides an the run of tho common rafter With tho run on tho blade and till rise on the tongue wo have the seat and down cuts Tho length is found by measuring across the angle Tho side cut is found by measuring the thickness of tho rafter back from the down cut at right an gles to it and drawing a lino parallel to it from where tills parallel line cuts tho comer square across the edge and from the point whore that lino cuts tho other corner draw a lino to tho down cut which gives the side bevel thus A hip rafter is cut tho same way This rafter is to bo cut short 1 in to allow for tho ridge Tho short mite is found by taking the rise and run of tho kitchen roof Tbo down bevel is cut square across The projection of tho eaves must be allowed extra as the length of a rafter is always from a point above tho aide of tho house on the top of tho raf ter to tho ridge thus This description consists of a groat many words but when it is thoroughly understood it will bo Boon to be very simpleAfter tho rafters Bro all in their places lay on the roofing borads foot 2 inch es to centers if shingles are to be used Cut them off on tho ends to allow for a 12 in projection and nail tho cave finish or faces in its place flush with tho top of the boarding Then begin shingling by putting a double course at the bottom projecting over 21 in and 1 in at the thefuse gle reject any shingle with a loose knot less than 9 inches from the butt If tho shingles are very dry lay thorn loosely or when they are wet they will buckle Do not bo too economi cal in buying shingles as it costs more to lay poor shingles and they will not last so long Also build th flues so that you can Bhinglo around thorn Lay tho tin in tho valleys be fore shingling This Is the eighth of aicrlca of by Mr Chas A of Heron College the willfWorking Overtime byth080Kings Now Lifo Pills Millions are always at work night and day curing Indigestion Biliousness Constipation Sick ITjudacho and all Stomach Liver and Bowel troubles EasYlpleas ant safe sure Only 25o stores OBITUARY Mrs Dora Moody Adams died on Christmas Day 1901 at her homo in this county The funeral services woro held at Pilot Knob Church on Thursday Dot 26 by Rev H J Dorthlck Rev C A Van Winkle as sisting Mra Adams had been afllic ted for more than a year Sho was an earnest Christian nnd a momberof tho Baptist Church at Kingston Mrs Beverly Terrell of Denver Colan old resident of this county died from the effects of on accident at her homo on Tuesday Doe 31 1901 Tho body was brought here for burial and the burial was from tho Glade Church on Friday Jan 3 Mrs Torrell had been a member of the Glade Church 4D years and until her removal west some twelve years ago was very active in labors for her church She was a faithful conscien tious Christian James Glasco a former student at Boroa died suddenly of heart failure in Buffalo N Y last week Tho bur ial was at Chicago Ill Repair That Loom Homespun is coming into fashion again and our girls should keep Up Collegeisbringeducationhomes Wo can pay for wellwoven linen 40 cents a yard jeans 60 cents linsey fiO cents wellmatched bod coverlets W to ro Patent dyes not accepted old fashionel indigo preferred For information address JOSEPHINE A ROBINSON Homespun Exchange Berea Kv 900Salary Men and women of good address to represent ui some to travel appointing nts others for loon work looting titer our Interests suuo salary guaranteed yearly extra commissions sad upelllCtnphl advancement old established for esraest msn or woman to secure pleasant permanent poaltlon and libel al Income New brilliant lines Write at once 8TAFVOUU IllKS 43 Obureh St New Haven Conn Dont Use- Spectacl es Unless you need them and if you use them be sure they fit your needs I will give thoroughexamination with tho above instrument FREE OF CIIAROE which always indicates the correct glasses to use It you dont need glasses I will tell you so T A Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main St Berea Ky Special Notice to Our Readers ChiIthrough Ita magnificent building In which eau be found every mechanical trlentlfle Im provement of the age III connection with the need of a treat newspaper It II a rare treat to any one Interested In the subject and should be taken advantage of This will save your Life By inducing you to use Dr Kings New Discovery For Consumption Coughs and Colds The only Guaranteed Curs DruggistABSOLUTELY CURES BronchitisWhooping LungsTRIALRegular Size BO cents and loa Sometime ago my daughter caught a severe cold She complained of pains in hor chest and had a bad cough I gave her Chamberlains Cough Remedy according to direc tions and in two days sho was well and ablo to go to school I have used this remedy in my family for the past and have never known itsovenrears James Prondergast merchant Annato Bay Jamaica West India Islands The pains in the chest indicated an approaching attack of pneumonia byChamberlains counteracts any tendency of a cold to ward pneumonia Sold by S E WELCU JR HARNESS HARNESS THE LARGEST STOCK OF HARNESS Ever brought to Bores Collar pads formerly sold for doe our price 25c Everything else in proportion f kw11ftff rh u Quarterly Report of the Berea Banking Co At the close of Business on the 31st Day of December 1901 RESOURCES LIABILITIES Loan and discounts less loon to Capital Stock paid Inln cash 7600 2reDuo from National Hanks 1921on which Interest Is not Duo from Stale Banks and paw I207M37 Hanker S 000 00 Time certificates of depos 8 Its on which Interest I- secytJC iss 00 paid 81900 01 49 J27C0527 l 7l94V Cashiers checks outstanding 1W 37 Other Items carried ai Cash Ill 67 Furniture and Fixtures ftai 31 Current Kspviucs Lait Quarter 252 Total tT006l01 Total P II 01 STATE OK KENTUCKY K County of Madison f W H Porter Cashier of Tho Berea flanking Co a bunk located and doing business In the Town of Keren In said county being diilysworn lays that tho foregoing report Isla all respects true statement of the condition of the said Hank at the clone of business on the 31st day of De eomber ltulto the bcstof his knowledgo and belief and further 111 that the buslneu of said bank has been transacted at the locution named and not elsewhere and that the abore report Is mado In compliance with an olllclal notice received from the Nccretary of Stile designating the slit day of December as the day on which snch report shall be made Subscribed and sworn to before me by W IL W H PoaTiR Cashier I Porter Cashier the 2d dayof Jaiuirary 02 J L OAY Director J U OAY Madison Co A T FISH Director a K WELCH Jn Director WE HELP YOUNG MEN START IN LIFE By soiling them highgrade clothing at extremely mod orate cost apparel that meets all the demands of men of taste and fashion yet reasonable enough in prico to please e the most economically inclined Fine Fashionable Suits 10 Good Reliable Suits 8 Patterns and stylos to suit every taste and sizes to fit every form tho tall the short tho fat the lennouda tailor ready to improve tho fit when necessary BANKS Richmond Kv I T C LOWRY ATTORNEYATLAWRichmond BUIIDINOMAIN STREET Coflections and Real Estate A Specialty DR M E JONES JA Dentist e Office Rear Mrs Fishs Millinery Store Office Days Thursday Friday and Saturday of each week MEAT MARKET I have reopened the Meat Mar Jcet on Main Street Fresh Meats Dressed Poultry and Vegetables in Season M B RAMSEY Berea Ky ANOIANOI COVINGTON Three Years t in Richmond And out of all the sots of teeth that have been made at my office if there is one set or any sets that show any defects I will make new sot free We are making the best set of teeth in the world for 750 and if delects show in 1VO 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 at 76 cent- sDR HOBSON Dentist Permanently located in the Hobsor Buildingnext door to Gov ernment Building Richmond Kentucky Reference Richmond National Bank Special Price to Students INVEST WITH The Ideal Realty Guarantee Co RESERVE BETTER CONTRACTSPLANS Than any other company doing Business ui he State Tlose seeking honest legitimate investments will receive our most cordial and thoroughattention DR C E SMOOT Pres S M Tubort Sec S Gen Mgr J S CRUTCHER Treas Capital Stock S1OOOO HOME OFFICE RICHMOND KY l Fair Dealing Pays And that is one reason our business 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 KyNight Fall and Winter I WE ANTICIPATE today our wants and needs for tomorrow 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 Mens and Boys Shoes Heavy Boots Bootees Felt and Rubber Boots Underwear Neckwear 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 Main Street RICHMOND KY Mr Geo W Pow is our BEREA AGENT and has a ine of our ampes Goods can be had of him at the same price as charged in Our Store at Richmond a ITHECITIZEN DRINK AND BUSINESS WORLD OF COMMERCE AROUSED TO HARMFUL EFECTS OF ALCOHOL So Declnrm the Ircnlilrnt of the Xn tlotuil W C T C In Annual Re port Mnrkril Itoviilnllon In Life Ininrnncc Method The report of the president or the National Womans Christian Temper mice union which was rend at till recent annual convcntlonat Fort Worth Tex contained many striking fea tures Among other things the report said The business world Is aroused as never before In regard to tho harmful effects of drinking and smoking mud to the financial loss caused thereby The Increasing number of railroads thnt uro placing n ban upon these habits Is t certainly encouraging to reformers It now appears iu the printed rules of some of the great roads that the use of Intoxicants by employees while on duty Is prohibited their habitual use or the frequenting of places where they are sold Is sulllclcnt cause for the dismissal of employees and that tho use of tobacco by employees while on duty In or about passenger stations or- en passenger curs Is prohibited The marked revolution in life Insurance methods is worth noting There wns n time when special premiums were demanded of total abstainers on the assumption that they were not as healthy were not as likely to live as were drinkers Now not only In our country but In Great Britain there are companies which Issue policies to to tai abstainers In separate sections so that if they really do live longer as temperance peoplo claim they will get u larger share ill the profits anti it bns already been proved that the rIsks of total abstainers nre the superior by a large per cent The declarations of medical experts on alcohol alsq furnish great encour agement to time temperance reformer who has long and Imploringly looked for cooperation and help from this in fluential source At the Vienna congress celebrated physicians some of them connected with Insane asylums anti Inebriate In stitutions agreed that from a medical standpoint alcohol is not a strength giver Is not a food Is not even the best sort of n stimulant riatoa philosophy expressed In tho following declaration Is true today viz That the citizen cannot be good or happy without equitable legislation existing In the city that the best goy cruet city the one which furnishes the best home for men Is that city In which nil the citizens rejoice or are made end by the same things and that the sum of misery is attained when the same thing work to the profit of some and to the misery of others We of the white ribbon army know there Is nothing which produces so much misery for multitudes and so much profit for othershooking at the profit from the short sighted human standpoint as does the manufacture f and sale of alcoholic liquor and we confidently believe the only way to overthrow the liquor traffic Is through state and national prohibition QUAINT SIGNBOARDS Some Otlil Inscription Relating to Temperance Public house In the course of Ills contributions on temperance topics to a London con temporary a leading temperance advo cate quotes the following quaint descriptions on temperance signboards The signboard he writes has long played a prominent part In the trade of tho publican Temperance caterers have not done much In this direction In the early days of the public hour without the drink the following lines were frequently met with public home without the drink where turn may read and smote and think Then wbr home nturI A temperance house In a Surrey vii age exhibits the following weary tranltr step within No temptation here to tin Wholftocie vlanili here ire told Quite rrfmhlng hot and cold In and cosec water clear Lemonade and glngrr txer flock and papers you will find To cheer and elate the mind A nnllronil Onielnln Wisdom Strictures on the drinking mass es pecially In the railroad business are growing every year jinn the man of convivial habits Is having his field of usefulness narrowed very materially All great railroad systems have strin gent rules against employees especially trainmen drinking Intoxicating Hq LION during working hours and now one road has come to the front and declared I against its employees using liq uor at any time or any place W A Edwards superintendent of the east ern division of the Chicago Great Western railroad with headquarters at Dubuque In has issued an order prohibiting the men under his charge from using liquor at any time or place What leer Drinking Does In appearance says The Scientific American the beer drinker may be the picture of health but In reality ho Is most Incapable of resisting disease A slight injury a severe cold or a shock to the 011or mind will commonly provoke acute disease ending fatally Compared with Inebriates who use dif ferent kinds of alcohol ho Is more In curable and more generally diseased Teaching Temperance to Child re Every state In time Union but ono has adopted scientific temperance instruc tion In the public schools so that these great truths are taught to about 10 000000 children t Many Swiss Die From Drink It Is said that In Switzerland every tenth death la caused by excessive drinking h THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON II FIRST QUARTER INTER NATIONAL SERIES JAN 12 Text of the Lesson Acts II 1I1l- enumry Yemen 21 Jnlilen Text Vein II nit Common In r lreinrei lir neT D M Stenrni Copyright by American Press AtNcUtlon And when the tiny at Ientocos was fully come they were all with ono accord la ono place This Jay vnlloil Pentecost or fiftieth day Is mentions again In chapter xx 10 and I Cor xvl 8 as a day to be remembered anti observ ed and Is foreshadowed In Lev xxIII 15 10 In the new steal offering of first fruits fifty days after the sluaf ot firs fruits the former representluR time resurrection of Christ on the day after the Passover Sabbath and tho latter fifty days later suggesting the event of our lesson In connection with time beginning of the gathering of the body ot Christ from all nations The leaven In the fiftieth day offering sets forth the sin wen In the believer for leaven U always n type of evil but It Is tact by tho blood ot the sacrifice Lev xxIII 17lill Christ Is the first fruits we are a kind of first fruits I Cor xv 2If Jas IS While the disciples of Christ waited for tho promise of the Father they continued In prayer and supplication Acts I 1H but whether tho election of Matthias fill the place of Judas was of the Lore or of Peter Is n question Sonic disciples still flail ltditllcult to pray anti wait with out time transaction ot some other bust nets We may possibly find Paul and not Matthias as the twelfth See tho one accord of the Lords people In h 14 II 40 Iv 24 v 12 Till 0 xv IT Jut seven times the one accord of Satans followers In vii 57 xli It xviil 1L xU 29 just four times the worldwide num bcr suggesting the whole world in the wicked one mating Cal Itev vii 1 I John v II V John xv18 10 Tim word is only used once elsewhere item xv 0 and teaches us with one mind and one mouth to glorify Got 1M They were nil filled with tho Holy Ghost When the Holy Spirit came upon Christ at Ills baptism He came in the form of a dove for there was no need of n purifying or consuming fire but saved sinners need the Spirit as a fire The saying in Ian Ixlv 2 The fire canseth the waters to boll to make Thy uaiiiu known takcu In connection with the water as time word Eph v IO and the Spirit as fire helps us to under stand Why some people who know much of the word of God seem to have no power or go In them The water Is not boiling they need the fire of the Holy Spirit The Spirit canto as the Lord Jesus said lie would and took possession of these redeemed ones His temples and at once they began to speak or rather the Spirit who filled them began to speak through them See In Acts Iv 31 how when they were filled on another occa lion they spake the word of God with boldness While yet with them In Ills mortal body Jesus had told them It Is not ye that speak but the Spirit of your father that speakcth in you t Matt x 20 Neither the thoughts nor the words were theirs but as In the case of the sweet psalmist of Israel the Spirit of the Lord spate by them and Ills word was in their tongue II Sam xxIII 27 511 Jews from all nations were gath ered at Jerusalem nUll quickly they camo together and heard these unlearned Gall lecuns talking lu the languages of all lauds concerning time wonderful works of God The Holy Spirit had taken full control of these men and was telling through them the things of God and of Christ as Jesus said lIe would John xvl 1310 lIe who first gave different lan guages to people Gen xl i can as eas ily cause others to speak these languages when lIe sees fit and although we do not hear of missionaries In our day ac quiring a foreign language In that way yet I am acquainted with missionaries who Iti reliance upon Job xxxvl I were able to speak In a foreign tongue In very short time Ono whom I know pasted an examination In six months that would ordinarily require a year of study The Spirit does not talk ot the works of man nor does He honor man but lIe loves to honor God Like the servant of Abraham when he went to obtain a wife for Isaac lie tells of the only Sou and how the Father hud given all things Into Ills hand Tho messenger of the Lord Is not expected to think out his message and tell the people his thoughts but ho Is expected to receive It from the Lord and deliver It as the Lords message Ex iv 12 Jer I 7 John xII 40 I Pet iv 11 1210 This supernatural occurrence was to these devout Jews wholly Incom prehensible and they tried to explain it by saying that these men were full ot new wine about as silly an explanation as Is given by some of the wise and professedly devout men of our day of some of the wonderful works of God The natural man however educated or religious he may be cannot receive the things of the Spirit of God for they are foolishness unto Him I Cor II 14 and these devout religious Jews needed just what Nlcodcmus needed a now birth the gift of God which many of them a little later revolved Tint tho wisdom ot this world cannot comprehend or explain the things of God Is repeatedly shown In tho rook of Daniel a book which some of the wise men seem to wish out of the Bible perhaps because therein Is shown the utter Inability of the wisdom cf Egypt to explain the things of God The wise of this world are drunken but not with wino Isa xxix 0 Consider also Eph v 18 and some similarity between a man filled with wine and one filled with the Spirit 1621 Peter does not say that this was the fulfillment of that part of Joels prophecy which ho quotes but that it was a sample of it or If you prefer a fulfillment for one has truly said that prophecy may have a germlaant nccom plishment while tho complete fulfillment Is yet lu the future That Joels prophecy Las not yet had Its fulfillment lit you willsuffer the word or Its final fulfillment Is seen In the context for Israel Is still ashamed and humiliated among time nations and Jerusalem is not holy for strangers still possess her and the Lord has not yet returned to dwell In Zion Joel III 17 21 The judgment of na tions Joel III 1 2 of which our Lord spoke in Matt xxv 3110 has not yet taken place for He has not yet come In Ills glory When Ho thus comes wo will como with Him to be associated with Him in judging the nations Col ill 4 I Cor vl 2 Rev II 2028 Let us be filled with the Spirit and be Ills faithful Witnesses till He come SPECIAL QUALIFICATIONS 0F A COUNTRY SCHOOL TEACHER Abstract of an address delivered bjr Ircjlden Frmt before the State Colored Teacher1- AMoclatlou at Lexington Our problem is to raise the avern of tho race so that it shall present fewer paupers and criminals and more mon and women of character and in dependent earning rawer and proper ty Tho agouties to produce thli raising of the race are tho family tin church and tho school TilE SCHOOL CEXTEIIS IN vita TEACHER The scholarship or knowledge ofn teacher is secured by tho examination which the State requires By profea Thoste other accomplishments which cnn hardly bo measured by examinations but which go so far to make up tho success of a teacher in the eountr districts A country doctor must know a great deal Iwsides medicine A country preacher must know n great deal besides his Bible and a country school teacher must have professional acquirements which are trot canvassed Iin his examinations 1 lie roust bo a good convnwor ho- must know how to make agreeable calls on nil tho households in his din trict and win in advance time confi denco of the peoplo that tho parents will bo reminded of their opportuni ties and the young people start with a desire for education The lest single measure of tho success of n schoolteacher is the question of tie number of children who are so interested that they attend steadily 2 Ho must bo n good showman He must kuowhow to plan for exhibitions and special occasions which will increase the interest of tho student and keep tho school permanently in mind in every household in the dis rict from tho Iwginning of the terra to tho end 8 He must bo n good singing school master so tint he can draw out time young people who may not bo attend hug school and do them good and perhaps earn n little money himself by keeping up n singing class which would take tho place ol many a fool- Ish and harmful gathering 1 He must 00a good Sunday school worker In any country district tie Sundayschool languish for lackof lenders The neighbors ore jealous of ono another and if ono titan becomes tho superintendent others will refuse to attend But if the teacher of the districts comes forward and manages the enterprise the Sun layschool will be n success and will do at least as much as tho day school towards advancing everything good 5 He must be a good peacemaker Almost every country district is torn to pieces by quarrels and jealousies A teacher who can unite the people and make them work together Is a blessing G Ho must be able to keep on good terms with the white neighbors This often requires patience good nature and the powers of a real diplomat but it is of the utmost importance that every colored teacher should have the confidence and good will of the leading white families in the community 7 Ho should bo n good promoter of industry ready to praiso those who are careful skilful and saving and encourage to work those who are negligent and lazy The first campaign of tho colored race U to secure prop erty 8 Hn must bo a good friend to the poor Tho poor need a friend morn than they need money They need some ono who can give them encour agement and guidance and show them how by patient industry to gel out of their diiliculties 9 Ho must bo n good teacher of manners His pupils will succeed or fail in the world largely by their man ners thoso who learn how to HaYIIIf you please and Thank youthoso who get in tho habit of taking care of themselves in the way of cleanliness and good clothes I do not moan showy garments will find outplay ment and win confidence and succeed in the world Tho fight for the elevation of a race must bo carried on iu every remote district It is a good thing to ho a good district school teacher A Fireman Clou Call UI stuck to my engine although every joint ached and every nerve was racked with pain writes C W Bell amy a locomotive fireman of Bur lington IowaIII was weak and pale without any appetite andnU rundown As I was about to give up I got a bottle or Electric Bitters and after taking it I felt as well as lover did in my life Weak sickly rundown people always gain now life strength and vigor from their use Try them For sale at all drugstores Price 50 cents THE SCHOOL THE PURPOSE AND VALUE OFi OUR PUBLIC SCHOOLS goContinuedAs tho government became a gov eminent of the pooplo for the people it did net hesitate to tike this institu lion upon which tits peoplo built their hopes under its fostering carl and provide for it by bounteous gifts and wiso legislation Item was op ortunity for grave mistakes but they were not committed With tho plau sible logic olold world politicians and philosophero fresh in their minds with the examples of military schools church schools and charity schools hi full view it would have been easy for our forofeathere to havo adopted butythey choso to n new system in imrmony with their now political structure While the eons of tho uo jility continued to make Latin verses at Eton and the charity boys of Lon don taut about the streets iu long blue coats and with hart heads and the jovs of Prussia continued to bo taught that the chief duty of man WitS sub mission to the king in general and to mililiary drill in particular it remain ed for the United States to show to the world a system of public schools undenominational in creed unpartisan In politics and unclassified in caste Their establishment was not uud was not intended to bo an act of philan thump but nu act of statesmanship It was prompted not by tho desire of tho rich to do their duty to tho poor hut by tho determination of this pa triot to provide for the future of his country Other notions might depend upon military skill or upon tho as cendency of u religious sect but tho Inure of this new nation was to be secured by the universal intolligouctf and integrity of its people Though so fully recognized us n national necessity the national gov ernment was wise in not assuming direct control of the schools but in itthas always given encouragement and material aid As early us 1787 before our form of government had fairly crystalized a national grant of laud won made for tho maintenance of the Public Schools the act declaring that Religion morality and knowledge wing necessary to good government and tho happiness of mankind tho means of education shall be forever encouraged Since thou nearly one hundred and fitly millions of acres of the public lauds havo been turned over to the States for school purposes The States have supplemented these gifts by other grants and havo all made liberal provision by taxation Towns and cities have still further taxed themselves and millions of dol late have been given from private fortunes until it is our boast that no settlement is BO remote that it cannot have its schoolhouse amid uo boy is so poor that ho cannot receive an wluca tionAs wise and patriotic as were tho sturdy statesmen who instituted our Public Schools they yet ljuilded bet ter than they know Time institution receives but little mention in the written histories of the country and fills but little space In tho columns of tho newspapers ot tho day but it Is tho ono institution that lies nearest to tho American heart and is most closely linked with American life This is not a now statement but wo should not for a moment forgot the fact nor permit tho statement of it to become so trito as to lose its force It is hind to see how tho nation could have lived through its first century without its public schools Other nations to bo sure have lived and flourished without such a system but the condi tions of the present are not thoso of tho past There is strength iu rude uncultured vigor in a loyalty based upon national pride and u love of homo and upon this strength nations havo relied but this will not sullies As invention has supplied mechanical devices to take tho place of muscular power the groator has become tho need of intellectual culture Nations which woro formerly strangers to each other have been brought In fierce competition and in all time practical arts an well as in war victory must now rest with tho people whoso intel lectual powers have boon best trained who havo tho best acquaintance with tho sciencesTo continued llurkleita Arnica Salve Has worldwide fame for marvellous cures It surpasses any other salvo lotion ointment or balm for Cuts Corns Burns Boils Soros Felons Ulcers Totter Salt Khoura Fever 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vcrtlno a fSOOO Bowing Machine for 2000 Thl kind o a mnchl II 0 can be bought rom us or ofour dealer from f1600 toI800 WC MARL A VARIETY THE NEW HOME IS THE BEST Tho Feed determines tho strength 01 wcnkmwrt of Bowing I oublo Feed combined with other itrong polntM makes tho New Ifotac tho test Bowing Machine to buy W dlrnwe manufacture aud price before jiuixlujln THE NEW HOME SEWINff MACHINE CO MASS B Union Bq N Y Chicago Atlanta Ua It JoutMu IXilUuTVxBan KraueUoo 0rep sALe aY SISCO A CO lIcboUsTille Ky Edward Blake f College Student By Charles M Sheldon A ul hnrttf ln liltSon Malam Kirk Thu CrutifixUm of Ihttlp Ktrvno ttolxrt llanluf Sews vIq ebpvrfuMxo to U t too by JOcanet lltUUhttm 01 CMettoo CHAPTER HI Another week went by and Edward continued his football practice on the second eleven Ho was in Ono trim now anti every afternoons play added to the confidence bo felt In his physical powers Ho vas learning to play with lila hood too and the second eleven all realized to a non that Freshman labwas In reality the star player of the team So It was not very much of a surprise to Edward after all when n week before the Thanksgiving days game with the university Reynolds the captain of tho college eleven cane up to the room to sec him Willis was In the room just getting ready an usual to go out sonic where but as Reynolds plunged at once Into tho subject he waited to hear tho talk and take n part In It Wallace Is In bad shape for the game next week The manager has agreed with mo that ho ought not to play Wore In n hole It wo cant get the right man for quarter hack Its out of the regular order of course but wo have settled on you to substitute for Wallaces place In the practice game tomorrow youll go with us Instead of second eleven and by next week well risk you with the univer sity Reynolds of course spoke as It the putting of Blake Into Wallaces place was an honor to tho young freshman and there was not the glimmer of a suspicion In his mind that Blake might refuse Edward was passionately fond of the garlic lie had so far been nearly ns much carried away with It as Wlllx always vas and he felt a thrill of pride In being chosen to what any man In Hope college would consider a place of great honor And yet for the second time since en tering college his slow but clear mind faced n situation that as In tho case of the paper route contained a principle vague enough to very many but so well defined to him Imbued as he was with his homo training In matters of absolute truthfulness that he could not Ignore It nor shut It out of his choices Reynolds had risen to go taking for granted that Blake was overwhelmed with the honor and not expecting any remark from him when Edward stop ped him with a question Does Pearsons play In the varsity gamier Of course ho does replied Reyn olds staring at Blake lies our mainstay for right tackle Willis looked queerly at Edward and salt a little roughly What difference does It make to you whether Pearson plays or not Edward did not reply to him but nsVed another question of Reynolds who had his hand on tho knob of tho door and was wondering what Blake was driving at Do all the fellows on the eleven know that Pearsons Is only n dummy studentReynolds stared again In astonishment Ot course they do he replied Its understood h eerhod find oilITheo when you play another tram as a college tram you play Pearsons as a college student when In reality he Oh this Ijmt n Sunday school broke In Willis Impatiently It was all right about the paper route busi ness but youre drawing It too tine here Blake There Isnt a fellow In all Hope that will understand your objection and It you stick rorlt you will never be able to get right with the college again Reynolds looked bewildered Whats It all about he naked looking at Edward and then at Willis What are you fellows driving nt must be going lIe opened tho door and VII Its shouted Its nil right Its just a little thing that Illako has some doubts Rut Edward spoke up I want to say a worth about my playingReynolds stepped back Into the room but still kept his hand on the knob Willis had gone over to Edwards ta ble and was remonstrating with him In n low but very earnest voice Oh conic now Its the last game of the season What the use of kicking on Pearsons Youre not to blame for ids being hired You dont have to lie about anything Why you cant live nt all If you begin In this way And there Ixnt another man In college who thinks as you do Resides that there Isnt another man who can take Wal laces place y s owe It to the college to stand by for Mils game If you dont It will rule your football chances for the rest of the course Edward hesitated nnd Willis misun derstood It Hell play all right Reynolds he said turning to the captain No I wont said Edward doggedly If there was one trait that Edward was distinguished for more than this one of exact truthfulness It was a dogged obstinacy that mountains of opposition could not overturn Whats thoU exclaimed Reynolds thinking he hind misunderstood I say I wont play As understand It every man on the eleven who plays with another college team the same en tern Into a deception that Is practiced III this case of Pearsons The team as a team Indorses the He Pearsons Is not a bono Ole student but Is simply hired by the college because he can play ball So every tlmo the team plays It acts a lie with the opposing team And I say I will not be n party to such deception no matter what happens Reynolds was so surprised that for halt a minute he simply stared nt Ed ward with Jail mouth open unable to say a word At last he managed to pup Well of all the Then ho stopped anti laughed at Ed ward again Willis began to laugh Your bucking the line wont do any good Better try an end runt Reynolds drew a long breath and re garded Blake again very curiously Do you mean to say that youll let a little scruple like that lose the game for Hope next week May be a little scruple for you Its a big ono for me Its makes ball now put In Wil lis taking down his overcoat Look out for a ten yard gain Its perfect nonsense ejaculated Reynolds savagely He paused again unable to express himself IIo was a senior had been playing football ever since he left the academy and considered the results of a game with another team as of more Importance than all tho rest of the objects of a college course put together He exalted football and Its Importance above every other consideration He was as Incapable of understanding Blakes po sition as If he and Blake had been born and brought up on different planets Even Willis with all his narrow definitions and absurd enthu siasm for football bad some concep tion of Edwards motive Rut Reyn olds hind not the remotest understand lug of It- Edward rvached up to his shelf pull ed down a book and quietly sitting down at Ids table he opened the book and began to study Reynolds was furious He came up to the table and leaned over It Do you mean to say that you re fuse tho honor of the position we havo offered you just to stick on n matter thnt I said I wont play and that ends It said Edward slowly Score six to nothing In favor of Blake said Willis as he walked to the door Come on Reynolds Its no use If hes made up his mind Might as well try to kick goal with a soap bubbleIteynolds paused n moment and then with an oath he followed Willis out of the room When they were gone Freshman Blake put his head down on his book and kept It there several minutes Not a nine In all the college at that time could probably understand all bo experienced It Is doubtful If when he raised his head nnd started In with his evening study Edward Blake himself understood the full meaning of what he him self hind chosen to do It Is certain that he could not foresee all Its consequences Before noon the next day everybody In college knew that Edward Blake of the freshman class had refused to sub Btltutc for Wallace on tine football team and everybody knew the reason he hind given for refusing From r comparatively obscure Individual In r the freshman class Edward suddenly became the subject of more criticism and discussion than nay other student In college Curious glances were shot In his direction when ho went Into chapel next morning and even the row of professors up on the platform seem ed to share In the general excitement Tim next few days In the life of Ed ward Rlake college student are not easy to describe Pressure was brought to bear on him from his class as a body The entire college was stirred over the event There il not happen to be any ono who could lnke Wallaces place as well as Edward lie hind been Reynold ClUlie tip tn the table mill leaned otcr It playing with such energy and Intelli gence that he distanced every other man on the second eleven and distanc ed them so far that there was no com parison Rut to nil appeals and arguments Ed ward returned few words lIe grew more stolid anti unyielding with every effort to move him Dignified seniors tiled up to his room men of Influence In athletic circles and they all filed down again furious and hItter that a freshman off a farm should refuse to uphold the college In Its pet contest with the university Willis put In n dally remonstrance and a serious breach seemed widening between the roommates In spite of their good under standing of a little while before When the eventful day came the college sent down the best man they could get as substitute for Wallace The game was played with a ring of blood around the moon to quote Willis but the university won by six points and the college almost to a man blamed Ed ward Blake for the defeat It seemed n little strange to Edward In the next few days that followed that his purpose and motive were not more clearly understood But Hope college at that time was at a very low point of life In a Christian way It would bo unfair to say that Edward received no encouragement whatever from the bet ter element of tho college But It Is a painful truth that at that particular time In the history of the college It lacked the distinct manly type of Christian scholarship apd leadership that It shortly afterward began to en joyIt was during this particular experi ence through which be passed with considerable bitterness that Edward came to know a far different life In an other direction tho final results of which led to changes In his personal character that were farrcachlng In their seriousness and meaning Willis had kept up a running fire of sarcastic comment on the football tpl Rode until Edward had begun seriously to think of making a change In his room Ho had felt disappointed In Wil till Tho revelation of his deeper life at the time of the paper route affair had pleased Edward greatly It seemed to him however that since the defeat of the team by the university Willis had grown unnecessarily critical and his tendency to fast habits had never been more marked or more distasteful One evening early In December just before the holiday vacation Edward was somewhat gloomily attempting to study and brooding over his experl ences lIe did not expect to go homo for the holidays on account of the ex pense although he had saved up a lit tie out of his work to which he had added by extra jobs about tho build ings In ono way and another Willis hind been very quiet for a lon ger time than usual At last he broke the silence by rising anti going over to Edwards table Say old maul He spoke In a kindly tone tint Edward could not help noticing Weve had this gloom turned on about long enough dont you think Pshaw Youre no mind reader I think a good deal more of you for not playing What difference docs It make what I say Come What you need Is n little fun once In awhile You study the very InsldM dut of the old books and what good does It do If you conic out at last as valetudina rian or something like that what good docs It do All the men that firndui at the head of their classes either die soon after they get out of college or they are never heard of anywhere afterward All the famous men are at ways dull null uninteresting In col lege I tell you I dont want to go Into obscurity the way most of the brilliant scholars go Im taking all the precautions I can to avoid their fate Tell you what Blake you shut up the ohl woks tonight and go down and take In The Pace That Kills Its a jolly farce and you need a good laugh Come on What kind of a show Is IU asked Edward reluctantly lie had never been to tho theater and Willis who went constantly had never before ask ed him to go because bo had reason to believe that Edward would not go anyway Besides with more thought fatness than Edward had given him credit for he knew that Edward would not go to entertainments at another persons expense and could not afford to go often at his own Oh Its n farce Theres no sense In It but It makes no difference Theres n lot of pretty girls and some pretty fair tumbling and trapeze work but the fun Is In the old tramps arid characters that get caught robbing henroosts and all that sort of thing Ive got n couple of seats In the pnr quet and Mantes was going with me but hes sick and cant go Come on Have some fun just once Willis reached over the table good naturcdly mud shut Edwards book up Edward hesitated a minute but he was really curious to see thin entertainment and he hind not beet out anywhere ex cept to a literary society since he catered college Besides he was so re hovel to have the good will of hula roommate again that he felt ashamed to refuse his Invitation III spite of n lit tie uneasiness about the character of a show with such a name So he got up put on his overcoat and went down Into the city with Willis who was In high spirits and snug and whistled constantly up to the very door of the opera house That was always one of the surprising things to Edward that Willis had such a perpetual fund of animal life In spite of ids dissipated habits that turned night Into day and broke all the rules of diet and digestion that nre known to medical science The Pace That Kills was advertis ed on tho flaring billboards as a roar Ing farce In four acts Interspersed with the wonderful trapeze performance of the Do Lacy brothers etc There were things In It that made Edward blush and tremble They were not perhaps absolutely Indecent but they were things that he knew well enough he would not care to have Free da see or hear There were several really funny scenes at which he found himself laughing and It was an unu sual habit with him Willis roared boisterously and seemed to know the slang names for all the actors and gave Edward brief bits of personal gossip about sonic of them Between the acts Willis went out twice and got a glass of l seer each time at the theater restaurant Edward of course knew that his roommate drank and they had ono sharp debate over the fact but the sub feet was not referred to after that Ed ward had never known of Willis becoming Intoxicated although he bad heard the other Greek letter society men speak of Willis as If he was drink Ing more than was good for him When the play was over and they were climbing college lull Willis suddenly asked Well what did you think of It Wasnt It funny Yes replied Edward That Is parts of H were You couldnt expect the whole of n roaring farce to be funny replied Willis with sarcasm That would be too much But tell you old man It did you good You ought to go once In awhile to brighten you up I saw you actually laugh out loud tonight Why If you dont do It once In awhile youll scare yourself to tenth one of these days when you laugh by accident and wonder what It Iso Edward was silent and while Willis was as al blacking his shoes he was going over the evening In a way that would have astonished his care less roommate If he could have read his thought For Edward Blake college student had reached very largely unconscious ly to himself a crisis In his life As he lay wide awake for an hour after Wil lea was fast asleep he was going over all the scenes In tho play and especial ly those scenes that at the time had made him uncomfortable There was n positive fascination for him In the urn pure suggestion that for the first time burned Into his imagination with pic tures of fire jet about the stage realism with a vividness that glowed like n new sensation In his hitherto remarka bly pure and unsmlrched soul When the college term closed for the holidays Willis went home nnd Ed ward was left alone There were but few men left In Rankin hall Frccda had remained tn the ladles hall which also was largely deserted Cm the Saturday after college closed Ed ward hat been over to see her lie reflected as he went back that evening that ho had said nothing to his sister about the play or his going to It They hind talked nbout the folks at home and Frceda had again raised the ques tion of leaving the hall to secure a place somewhere near the college where she could work for room and board Edward bad opposed the plan but he had n vague feeling when he came away that Freeda who was very Independent and determined girl might nt any time do the very thing she had suggested Im perfectly able to do the work Ned It will save at least 200 n year and you know mother Is really slaving at tho dairy work to keep me here In the fcftll Edward remonstrated again but ho knew very well that what Freeda said was true As he went away ho vowed that In some way he would work day aud night to make his own expenses ant Frecdas too anti SQ relieve tin loving faithful mother of her constant burden And then the boys great temptation faced him and ho was swept under by his yielding to it In tilt next two weeks he lost one of the best brighter Jewels of a young mans lifeho lost his sense of personal purity The lien ters hall never offered to the public such a large number of cheap ipics tlonable shows as they offered that winter during the holiday season Night after night Edward climbed the gallery amid sat through plays that robbed him of his cleat healthy mind and put In Its place Imagination that made him ashamed to see his own face He slunk up the stairs and took obscure seats where none of the other indents who might chance to be pres v ent could see him Ho found that his taste for the plays where seldom any one but men were present was grow lug nnd deepening and while lie knew well enough how deep down lit was sinking anti despised himself for U he continued to go mud for the first time In his life he knew what tin druhknrd begins to know before lie 1ms become altogether lost to love of wife anti children He was appalled at tin end of the vacation to realize that ho hind spent over 510 for theater tickets Ten dollars meant an much to blur as- a hundred or more to most students Yet even that fact did not Intlueilco him to give up going On Christmas eve he attended another roaring farce where the principal attraction was nd vertlsed as n ballet unexcelled on two continents and tho very billboards that announced tbo play Insult ed the Christian sentiment of every disciple of our Lord ns Christendom reverently cnlled to mind his nngclle birth and the world In Its mighty need sunk In Its vice und degradation paused n little while to see him tn nil his glory If only men greedy for gain and pleasure would only let till Pence of Peace come Into the honrtn of men But oh how shall ho couio when for love of that which to love is to produce all kinds of evil men obscure the lovely vision by scenes of shame anti cru cloy the Lord on the very evening of his birth fro BE CONTINUED Necessary Expenses for Twelve Weeks School Persons who board thcmrclvc ran spend M much or Ullle tie thry rlioote on living expense It pays to here a little extra money orlcct tires book end other thing But tile ncocsjuiry expCDMi are onlY iw follow To pay tine Bret dew nOVARt LADIla HALL HALL School fIncidental Fore 4 It ifJU HoMIUl FM 2Srpene Hook rti about 2 00 2 uo General fkpmlt 00 M Room store tableete 200 lOO Fuel nuU Oil 2 t vo Rent of lAundry if First Mmilir Board 6 W a Llying iiiPIJI termiseahcxliinlng J Mo Hoard 5 ro Kcxluulnicfcl Mo Hoard 600 5 W 2slava aiG- eu1 DepoMt returned I 00 100 Total Kxpcn 13 Week 8773 S7 73 For thorn below A Grammar deduct the 11 for book and tl from Incidental fee making the totalonly 3i75 When lour girl room together each wires ft on room and H or more on fuel making the total only 83173 If clawed below A Grammar Fuel la cents more In Winter ant 50 cents less Iu Spring term Two rooms for housekeeping with stoves etc can usually be rented for from tl to fG a term The prlrr of n big calf a llttlit tan bnrk or n few home pnn bed eovera will given term of school which will change ones whole llfr for tile better KHMAHKVBIi CURE OFCKOUP A Little Iloya life saved I have a few words to say regarding Chamberlains Cough Remedy It saved my little boys life anti I feel that I cannot praise it enough 1 bought a bottle of it from A E Steero of GoodwiuS Dnnd when I got homo with it tho poor baby could hardly breathe I gave tho medicine as directed every ten minutes nutil he threw up and then I thought sure ha was going to choko to death We had to pull the phlegm out of his mouth iu great long strings I am positive tint if I had not got that bottle of cough medicine my boy would tlot be on earth toduyJmr DEUONT Tnwood Iowa For sale by S E WELCH Ja- LOUISVILLE HENDERSON 6 ST LOUIS RY DOUBLE DAILY TRAINS BHTW- KKNLouisvilk and St a Louis Parlor Cars on Day Trains Pulloin Buffet Sleepers on Night Trilrtj Vcr rata and further Information address L J IRWIN G p LOUISVILLE K I IIYou Haveto Got Sensetopa- and it will only take six or seven cents a day to carry one of the Three Per Cent Gold Endowro ment Bonds offriThe MutualtOI Life Insuranceno Companyfin of Kentucky c fandprovide for your old ogeWE MIitake itAt least invcstigateGI WONT YOU t visit J C IIKOK Jr Special Agente StHtn llnuk nod Trunt 111 11LIllvliinnitil Ky- IV II I cUTEH Dltrlrt ItisIlrrra llnntdne Cuiiimiir- llrrrn Ky a t MADISON COUNTY The newlyelected officers for the HIMondoyDaniel Lnngford of Clays Ferrv e died at his home from paralysis last Saturday aged 73 years ot Mr John L Amsden of Versailles addressed tho Y M C A of Rich mond on Sunday afternoon at time Methodist Church and at night in the First Presbyterian Church County Court last Monday was well attended The cattlo market was fnlltE and fairly brisk prices were poidfl ranging for steers 2J cents to 41a cents heifers 21 cents to 4 Quite a brisk business was done incl ewappingplugs Shingles wore plenl tiful and sold welln1Rev Horvay McDowell who has been preaching at Whites Station and has frequently occupied pulpits i in this city was in a car which ran oil the track and capsized at Maysville IMonday The coach was considerably damaged but fortunately not a passenger received even the slightest injuryRegi8ternTho county board of supervisors appointed by Judge E C Million toa supervise the County tax lists for tho present year met Monday morning to begin work but nothing was done except il to organize Tho board is composed of the following wellknown business men H C Hargis S P I Deatherogo N B Coy A T Che nault John C Hendren C F Park find George D White Mr White was elected chairman of tho board anti deputy county assessor T J lorry clerk Pantograph vTHE MARKETSo RV A 0 NORMAN W CINCINNATI Jan CLTrLECommOn225 Butchers375 CALVESChoice500 485 1315 Large Comraon300 fleasCommon485 frfi 610 I Fair good light560 600 PackingFi Iii 640 SHEEP Good to choice 300 350 Common to fair 175 285L- AMDS Good to choice 475 535 Common to fair875 465 WHEAT No 2 Red 92 Uoiw No 2 mixed Now 68 Q 69 OATSNo 2 49 60I RYENo 2 71 PtooB Winter patent 380 fancy 355 Family80U 1100MILL FEED HAYNo1 Timothy 1350 No2 1150 No 1 Ctovor1050 to No2 950 DrlO POULTRY 9LeavyRoosters Turkey hens S1 Spring Turkeys 7 Ducks 9 Eaos Fresh near by SO Goose HIDES Wetsaltcd 81 No 1 dry salt nI l Bull 7 I Sheep skins f- TALiowPrime city 6 61 Country 61 l ti PERSONALSULOCAL AND Grover Fish has gone to Gcorgt to school the Miss Mattie MoFerron of Livings is hero iu school J S Waddle of Scaffold Cane us a visit Monday tko John Todd of Sherman Texas is iRiting friends in town J W Stephens our genial rail best agent is taking a short vacation Miss Anna Hanson entertainer at her homo Monday evening- J nay A and E W Baker of Wallace wore in town Monday Geo W Pow is out again thougl yet able to be in school lasts Messrs Conley and May of ragofof county are back in school this lad Charles Davis and Miss Chins oyle of Borea were married last ear M Early was at County Courtod and reports a good crowd in md old June Terrell of Denver Col and Maupin of Harrisouville ho- Mo are visiting relatives hero Mrs J W Carnahau received a last week from hot mother andch later Mrs and Miss Williams of oiulon Ky Miss Sarah E Adams of Chicago hero on a visit to her sister Mrs Brown Miss Adams is a trained of nurse Robt Daughertya former student that Berea from Kirby Knob loft last inly week to outer a dental college in Lou villo Professor Joness sermon at tho Lapel services Sunday evening is ken of The pie was Opportunitiesfo Commencing Sunday Jan 19 lecial revival services will commence Boron Church led by Rev J 0pc uswell of Mellen Wiscousintic Will Brannaman of Wildee is in charge of the LN R 11 at this lace while Mr Stephens is off on our leaveDMiss Mary A Tit us and irtained a number of their schooltl lends ou New Years night It was most enjoyable social occasion On Sunday morning at the Baptist iurch the subject will be Prayer t night The Gospel The Dyna ite of God The service of Narrow Gap last Sunday evening led by Brother Lod ick andassisted by singers fromu Berea was very well attended b Volley Williams and Miss Susie nzlewood of Berea were married on uosday by newlyelected F qmreI W A Johnson Tuesday Jan 6 marked the sixtieth lie stone of the wedded life of James Hart and his estimable wife Mr id Mrs Hart are the parents of ourOJ el worthy postmaster- Bicknell C Early are pushing bus ess and doing a largo trade Their E stock is well selected and their prices aro low for good goodsaThe Berea Telephone Company is doing a good business Miss Ersie tl Richardson is in charge during the day and T T Simmons answers calls during the night W H Robe of Indian Fort Moun Jtain called on Monday and renewed his subscription to THE CITIZEN rother Robe says that tho weather the mountains is several degrees il warmer than in Berea r E L and James Woods brothers of Miss Carrie Woods have purchased t- tho old Thomas Kennedy homestead in Garrard county whore the plot ofs Uncle Toms Cabin was laid 0 Rov A P Smith of Boroa return ed Tuesday from a trip to Crooked Crook where he had boon taking part in revival services under the auspices of tho Baptist Church Brother Smith t reports an excellent meeting Rev R R Noel of Stanford was in our office Monday Brother Noel pastor of Silver Crook Baptist Church He reports the church urishing during the past year he leas received into the church members The meetings last Satur dayond Sunday were harmonious and iritunl The First Baptist Church Colored or Berea met Jan 5 1902 and elect ed the pastor and officers for the year as Rev J A Broaddus Pastor H Willis Recording Steward C H Blytho Financial J A West Treasurer S Miller Janitor A collection was taken which amounted to 2100IOur folks will have the opportunity to attend an interesting and instruc tive entertainment next Saturday night at the Chapel when Hon Wile- liom H Sanders will deliver hm lec- turo The Mind Life Mr Sanders comes under the auspices of the Interstate Lecture Bureau was secured to us by Prof L V Dodge for this winters lyceum course Do- not fail to hear this lecture ARRANGEMENTS FOR STUDENTS Souio little stir has been made grinding the present regulations of and College for its students on the Lords day and a word or two of ox planation may bo iu order The solo object of the Sunday regulations of school is the spiritual good of tho students They are n somowhnt last ctiliar class by themselves anl can2t be treated together No o- fwho has attended one of the College services on Sunday night will have 1J doubt of the great value of these gatherings The Sunday Chapel is cd exactly like the Chapol on week days except that it occurs at night and for one hour It is in cborgo T a committee of College otlico has no connection with ony churchThe plans of churches iu Bert- Must be of course somewhat modilii tho regulations which the Collet Tho Second Church has no night preaching service The Berea Church has voted to dis soutiuue night services until it mayhi a building of its ownCStudents are free to attend any nl church in tho morning andan services which may bo appointed for Sunday afternoon Tho whole matter is sot forth in resident Frosts announcetueu which is reprinted from TUE Cixizr several weeks ago It should 00 added to this statement howeelII tho excusing officers have not excused for outside Sundoysl schools tho persons who were cot lected with such schools during tho summer but also all who were conI iccted with such schools during all term ao far as they have applie such excuses This has WAn also iu reference to the Creel chools at West Union Silver lickory Plains and other outlyin It is the of the Institt to strengthen and help our outlying Suuduy I have to announce a aomowlu different older and arrangement for 0 observance of Sundnylho ay This matter has been trade- onsidoration r for a good while autlII Faculty has finally come to a vet- atisfactory agreement to the bes- ilau The reason the change aN rous and weighty 1 tainnc mention them all at this time but wish you to know that wo are not act ing for one reason or for two reasons but for a great many reasons As wave studied over tho mutter wo lIao been surprised that we had not see ho needs of case and enterer this plan long ago Of course we realize that there will some objections anil disadvantage about any plan that can be devised- Ve have find the nrrnngemen rat upon the whole will have tho west the least objections am the greatest advantages For one thinsthe have felt tho Col age like which aroI placed in circumstances like our mst something itself for its stud its on the Lords Day and that vo cannot leave them altogether to take their chances in a small village like terea We ought to tho students for one College service o- unday the same as wr loon Monday id any other days of the week Thi mdenoy of the ago is toward coucen ntion and wo are sure that it will be lost profitable for us all to have a sneral on tho Lords day Our plan is this 1st We shall make no require tents for Sunday morning service ho Union Church and the denominational churches cordially invite the students to attond their servjces und wo leave thorn to accept one ol then citations according to their Own leosure The Sunday morning sorv e is optional and free The same is ue for any service which my S planned for Sunday p m 2ud shall hold a Collegi irvice like daily College prayers but icupying one hour on Sunday night which will bo attended by all students who are above 15 years of ago Thii twice is in charge of a committee consisting of Prof Jones Dr Burgess and Mr Gamble and we are very sun mt it will be the most pleasant und rofitable College service ever in Bercn 3d All students will be expect to attend the Union Sundayschool Our Bible study can be made most ef 8fective and profitable in one well school To this Sundayschool 3ment however there is a large tion Residents of Berea who attend other Sundayschools in the summer will be encouraged to continuo in the yearIvising officers so that we shall know where thoy are but we not only grant those excuses hut wo advise them 3t excused and continue ill the school which they attend in the summer And further for the most part sh611 be glad to excuse students the Baptist or Dis outsideawlsthey have begun in still further cases for cuse from Sundayschool or night sar vico will be kindly considered by the advising officers or the Faculty Let us enter into this arrangemeu ppily and with the determination thot wo will got tho greatest possible ensure and profit out of it CorrespondenceNoTrwT1o McKeo illJ not teach u In time for week issue Jackson County McKee Rev J G Parsons preached hero Saturday and Sunday Dec 28 lootDlEuAt the residence of the jailer Saturday Dec 28 1901 William Lunsfonl jailer elect of this county Mr Lunsfonl was highly respec as n good citizen He would hle entered upon his duties next June The infant son of Dr and Mrs W Amy died last week of scarlet of feverMisses Minnie Fliuchotn and Dllisy Parsons and S N Welch and Ionroo Bowles of this place are in school at iJorea W R Engle has completed his noV residence anti is occupying it Goo C Moore has purchased Iho and lot owned by M A Hal and rented it to John II Hov for a year Mr Moore is n covering from a sprained auklo Misses Anise and Linda Fowler of It Waueta were hero Saturday aunt Sun dayCircuit Court convened Monday Jan Rov Mr Martin of Mnuldcu will here iu n few days County Superintendent R M Brat was In town ou business Saturday Capt John Poiiningtou less rented rrs Kings property Rockcastle County Livingston Miss Fannie Redd of Crab Or bard and Miss Thompson of M tcruoii are guests of Mrs Dr CooP r Miss Fannie Caldwoll of Loudoi visiting Mrs Mntt Ballard Mr and Mm Wade spent Christ nits at their former home near Dan ripe Miss Corn Adams is visiting redo at Mt Vernon and Mareli burgMr Mat Ballard visited Ixiuisvill last week He hits recovered his lealth Mr John Farmer aud family hlo novel to Elizabethtowu Mr and Mrs James Dunn ore Ih ug at tho Eight Gables hotel- The Christmas entertainment at the Christian Church was a great UCCCBH Every child in tho tows was made happy by a present pee Preston of Jellico Teun is here on a visit to his fatter John Preston Mrs Georgia McFeruou is hero on a visit to her sister Mrs Dr Child Peas Mr Matinee has la grippe- S Madison County OtOIl town Geo W Wright who hai boon al homo very sick is out again- C F Burnam has boon on n vier to his brother J w Uurnamof Berea J L Francis of Richmond agent or the Suu Lire Insurance Co span Sunday in this place Luke Williams of Richmond was here Saturday on business Cloy Jonea was the fortunate recip nut of a bedroom set as a premium given by R R Harris Misses Tommio Guinn of Richmond and Mary Price of Lexington fere the guests of Miss Lucy Martin 1last week Florence Gibbs of Richmond V08 hero on a visit last week to Mist Mary V White eEd Jenkins Jr and Miss Mattii ilythe of Richmond wero married last week at tho homo of the bride Rev St Watts was with us last Sunday we had a good day Our Sundayschool is in splendid condition both spiritual and financial- A A number of our people attendee County Court in Richmond Monday- S F McGuire sad brother holiam have been on a visit toR R arris of Livingston A Cure ror Lumbago xW C Williamson of Amherst Va says For more than a year I suffered rom lumbago I finally tried Chamberlains Pain Balm nnd it gave me tontira relief which all other remedies hall failed to do Sold by S E VELOU JR iNASN Indites a Lengthy Message to the General Assembly of The AFFAIRS OP TilE STATE REVIEWED Publicity IUn Kiivurvd In Drullr Vllli Corjioratloii MijjROntloiin i of Iu Taxation iumlltliiu ul Ilio Vut oils luatltuttuiik A Number tiC Im on purliuit Kcroiiiiiicutlallouit Columbus 0 Jan irho Bevent fifth general assembly convened at All noon and at onco cheated organli tlon W S McKlnuji of Aiiitnbui county was elected speaker ot tbu bouse and U L Mcftlroy ot Kno tho clerk Iu the Biiintc Kratm u Arch of Belmont Was elected president I1ro tern und Frank E Scoboy ot Miami chief clerk Following this the lOCI sage of Governor Nash was read In both branches The message deall exclusively with aifalrs of state Among the most important matter discussed by tho governor la the quo tion of tax rovlslonln which ho favor eliminating tax on realty for state pui 65 poses thus dispensing with a Jucei nlal board ot equalisation anadurli Ing additional revenues tnrn corpora of boas to provide the nojoutrr Into funds lie asserts that tho tlnancu affairs ot the state are in n satlsfai tory condition the balance to Its credo at tho close of business on the t5th day of November 1901 being 1221 S644C The total coil of state government for the year cndlnc Nov 1901 Is placed at J7783G158 During the last year Ue total vales tlon of real and personal propcrt upon the grand duplicate of Obtj hili been Increased by nearly 35000UUi Tho governor urges the legislature to reduce the present rate of taxation ror the general revenue fund and commo school fund Conditions in thi pent reformatory and benevolent Instltu lions of the state are dwelt upon and some suggestions made looking to their betterment On the subject of corporations ion ernor Nash says the statt before IIhe gives corporations her approval am permits thorn to do buslnecs ought to require that all their capital stock be paid In money and Invested In thi business they purpose to transact She ought to make sure ot this fac 1 by reports made to some competes a officer We should go lurtoer and require these companies to make annual reports to bo filed with and Inspectei by tho officer indicated above OUcusslng the National guard tbe governor recommends tart provlsloi be made for continuing tbo annual en campmcnts of the National guard ror 12 days Instead of six days The Obli State university owing to IU rapId growth the governor says 11 in need of new facilities and fc trusts tbe general assembly will not overlook it The governor next reviews tho report submitted to him by the commls lIon appointed to Investigate convlc labor This stated that all convict should be employed a reasonable number pf hours each day and In product Ire labor for without this there cube no health no discipline and no progress toward reformation flit governor advises tho assembly that tt a change be made In tho way such labor Is employed In Ohio to boar In mind that such changes wilt Involvi the expenditure of large sums or money Ho recommends also tha Ohio take part In and make an exhibitor her Industrial pursuits at the lou Islana Purchase exposition at Ht Louis In 1903 Tho flih and garni laws he holds need revision The tar uithorlilng the governor to appoint three members of the hoard of control if the agricultural experiment statlot it Wooster 0 he thinks should bo 10 hanged as to permit the governor U appoInt five members ot the heard ol control and then glvo that board power to elect the director of the station In conclusion tho roesago congratu aces the assembly upon the fact that the times are so full of promise and rlbuto Is paid to tho memory of the nartyred president tho late William McKinley Oleomargarine Ruling Washington Jan 7The United States supreme court confirmed the judgment of the Ohio supreme court In the case of tne Capital City Dairy rompany the state of Ohio lnvolv Ing the validity of Ohio statutes reir Mating the manufacture and sale ol leomargarlne The case was decided in favor of the stato on tho ground hat the oleomargarine statutes ore a pOlice regulation The opinion was rendered by Justice White Negroes Drowned Columbus Ga Jan 4Whllo Inves gating tho damage done to tho dam or the Columbus Power company by tho recent flood Chief Engineer John inIee and tour negroes were carried trough one of the breaks In the structure Mr Lao and one negro were row ucd badly bruised but the othtr brce negroes were drowned Their tames are Frank Harvey Win Buss ey and Matt Dixon Goods Store Burned 1Dry City Ind Jan 3 Fire coke out In the dry goods and cloth leg tore of E I Winter The lam hnll gained great headway when t Iscovery was made The stock was almost totally destroyed and the buJdlng was laid In ruins Tho loss Is 50000 Insurance 30000 Vault Blown Open Columbus Neb Jan 4Who Dlua Valley bank at Bellwood Butler cow o ty was robbed ot 2000 The vault blown open with dynamite and wafs robbers eaoaped Btrniiinlilp Uaniiued and Goes to the dotter Thn hlvm beat Ban Francisco Jan iAt least two score of persons perished as a resultIthe collision between the steamer Walla Walla and French bark Max Walla Walla owned by tho Pa cine Coast Steamship company maimed from San Francisco Jan 1 tar Iugot sound ports Sho carried 36 0 stclass passengers 28 secondclass and a crew 80 men When off Capo Mcndoclno the California coast at 410 a m Thursday tho barn Max of a French lino loomed up In the haze and crashed Into the Walla Wallas bow tho passengers and crew of the Walla Walla except the few on watch were asleep but were aroused by the crash Tho steerage quarters wero In bow and It Is believed that some tho steerage passengers and crow wore crushed to death A big hole was made In tha steamers bow and she sank In 36 minutes The offlcr and crow maintained strict discipline and boats and life rafts were lowered There was a choppy sea running and the small boats could not make a landing on tho shore a few miles dis tant They drifted all day and tlnally people wero picked up by the steamer Dispatch which took them to Eureka Another boat under command Engineer Drown and containing 13 persons attempted to land at Trinidad and was swamped A life raft Is missing with a score on board The bark Max was towed Into port In a disabled condition Dlssstrous Collision Kclthvlllo La Jan 2Two lives wero lot one person seriously In lured and the race horse barge Ar nold for which 20000 had been re fused was killed In a disastrous col lision between Texas Pacific last freight No 67 and a Houston East and West Texas freight on a siding at this place Tho dead W J Daniels lieu ton fireman James Kano stable attendant Injured Bob Edwards negro fireman both legs broken and severe Internal Injuries Twelve cars ot tho Houston gnat and West Texas train were burned to the trucks Iho en Klnecr of Uio Houston Fast and West Texas train who Is said to have been Newt Denton disappeared Immediately after tho accident Three Trains Wrecked Johnstown Ia Jan 6 ilecauso of wrong signal at the Nlnrtan tower fast eastbound Icnniyltanla express train ran Into a slow freight train ihtad five miles west of this city and a few minutes later a westbound freight crashed Into the wreck causing he death of four persons and the MJ dons Injury of at least five others The train No It gut a clear block at tho tower and running ahead at full speed Crashed Into tho war of extra freight Ito 490 wrecking tho englno an two can of No 14 and the cabin and two- acre of the freight Westbound extra relght No 993 almost Immediately plied Into the debris the engine and teD cars tumbling Into tho river Cuban Electoral Vote Havana Jan 3The central board it scrutiny him made public tho bl 0owing returns of election hold In Cuba on Dee 31 roman Estrada 1al mil tho Nationalist candidate for the residency of Cuba has 6C electors while General lartolomo Maao the Democratic candidate who withdrew rom tho campaign has eight electors Senor Ialma secured the unanimous electoral delegations from tho pray ncca of Plnar Del Ulo Havana Ma mass and Santa Clara and one dec tor from Puerto 1rlnclpo and fire from Santiago General Maso secured three lectors from Puerto 1rlnclpo and five rom Santiago Palms Ticket Elected Havana Jan 2 The Indications are that tho Palma ticket wilt be elected and that Tomas Estrada Ialma the latlonallst candidate for tho prod ency of Cuba will receive tho unanl maul vote of the electoral college the adherents ot General llartolomo taso tho Democratic candidate who ecently withdrew from tho campaign tot only withdrew their candidates but refused to go to the polls A re aarkably light voto was polled hroughout tho Island Natives of Samar Hostile Manilla Jan 2 General Whcatoni oport from tho Island of Samar Indl cntel that little has been accomplished there The attitude of the native Is oven more unfrfendly than over boo ore Gcntral Chafleo will probably vIsit the Island In order to Investigate the state of affairs prevailing there 00 the other hand In Ilatanga proy ace the organized campaign against tho native warriors is progressing avorably and speedy results are expected Deadly Duel Paducah Iy Jan l1t Is reported bero that near Sprouts Bridge eight miles east of Fulton George Stevens and Berry Hill prominent young men met and began firing at each other with pistols Both men are said to be mortally wounded 1902 JANUARY 1902 Su Mo Tu We TD Fr Sa 234b5 6 1 8 9 10 II 12 13 114 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24125 262728293031 r