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REV JOHN DODWELL Mgr An Independent Weekly Devoted to the Interests of 1E3NBntevr4 THE HOME FARM SCHOOL 60 CENTS A YEAR I i VOL III A Family Pnpor BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JANUARY 23 1002 Fifty cents a year NO HI IIDEAS lIe who hnq not sinned docs not excuse himself How poor nre they who have no pa tience Shuketttrc Circuntstatncesare boyond the elm trol of innn lint hN Conduct is in hiM own l werJmcfWherewithal shill n young mini ylimnso hit wayV by Inking herd thereto nccordjng to thy word IV HJ iO A xvbtnnn wllh n paw na well nM n innn with a pnstlhay n right lo n future KUA IIKUEH Witeox TAKE NOTICE Rovr Harding It HOlfnu will prearh At Kitby Knot church next Sunday inornnig nt 11 oclock Kov liunling II Hogan will preach nt Hrodhuad ou Saturday Fob I li- tnp mt It Hickory Grove Sunday Fob J at 10 oclock andat Conway nt 2 p in Rev Win Ixxlwick will preach nt tha schoolhousn in Farristown next Sunday nt tt p in nnd will hold an other service at III tniu tho same place assisted by tho qunltutw Rev J 0 IJuswell in conducting I revival services daily at tho College Chapel at 3 p m and 7 II uij and ROT Dr Burgosfl In conducting young peoples and childrens services daily nt 8 p in and i p in nt Room 4 Lincoln Hall- Today In tho day of prayer for colleges If will bo observed hereby special riorvico at Sh15 a m 3 p m and 7 p in iu tilt Chapel At the afternoon service the Sacrament of Baptism will bo administered to sev oral candidates for church member ship FROM THE WIDE WORLD Tho Uorman government has die charged nil foreign employee some DO RUil given their placet to Qrr marls Late Thursday afternoon a violent earthiiake shock was felt nt Chll pancingo iu Guerrero Mexico and it it reported that tOO persons were killed and as many injured Many build iug wero destroyed IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Ir W 13 Barton of Oak Park will start ootno time hi February with a party of tourists for a visit to Egypt anti tho Holy Land It was announced in the Chapel at Vassar College Thursday evening that John D Rockefeller had promised to double every girt madd to the College before Commencement 1102 up to 200000 For two hours last Friday morning twelve men wore entombed in n mine of tho Virginia Coal and Iron Cow pany at Stouega Va They wero ros cued unhurt Two other miners were killed by falling slate lion Leslie M Slimy the now Secretary of the Treasury was born in a log cabin in Vermont and spent his boyhood on n Vermont farm Ho is n Methodist is opposed to dancing ha does not know the taste of tobacco he never drank liquor Ho is f years oltlhalo and vigorous- COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY A log rolled over Wni Sean near Claypool Warren county last Fri day killing hint instantly Former Governor Bradley is boom ing Gen Dan C Collier for surveyor of the port of Louisville Undo Bill Perry of CAmpton aged 103 years and n veteran of the Mexican War dit Sunday bight Tho general store cf Hubbard f Mitchell at Lilotowu Green county burned Saturday night Loss 5000 Partly insured Former Louisvjllo City Treasurer Youngs shortage has boon declared by expert accountants to bo 1050250 Young committed suicide last Novem berMrs Loan Williams of near Camp ton Wolfo county has discovered a silver inlnq on her farm she also found n tin box containing 51506 Tho House on Monday adopted a resolution asking Congress to makoit unlawful for Collectors of Internal Roveuuo to issue a license for tho sale of liquors iu local option districts This action was unanimous Ih tho State Senate last Friday a House resolution asking Congress to adopt a constitutionalol11Uloudmunt providing for tho election of Senators by a direct vote of tho people was unanimously concurred in THE FOUNDING OF BEREA President Frosts address in Chapel on the anniversary of mho death of Brother leo reminds us that Boron is gutting to bo an old town In IKXl will Ira celebrated tho 50th anniversa ry of the founding of Boron Church This Church was organized by Bro Fee in the Glade meetinghouse with six members Tho following year lire Feo removed with his family to Borea and became the pastor of the Church himself Bro Fee was born in Bracken count ty in 1810 His father was a slaveholder his mother belonged to a fam ily of Friends or Quakers who wore inclined to antislavery Mr Foe was converted at nn early ago anti sot out for un education tho old coliego at Augusta Kentucky Later ho was a student at Oxford and Lauo Semi only It was at tho latter school that ho made the great decision of his life that ho must be au advocate of free dom and preach tho gospel of im partial love in his native State This decision cost him a great deal but it was the final triumph of his fife For 11Brackenknown as a writer aud speaker whoa ho came to Berea Space docs not permit us to trace tho history of those early days Tho narrative of them it has been said rends like tho Acts of tho Apostles Cassius M Jay was a resident of the county and an uncompromising advo cato of free speech Gto Cantles caw from Ohio to assist Bro Fee in ovan gelistic work Thou came Otis B THE REVIVAL SERVICES The revival services now in nt the College Chapel undor tho load ership of Rev J O Buawoll are marked by good attendance earnest atten tion and deep religious feeling Tho preaching of Brother Buswoll is plain and scriptural Ho makes much of the Power of tho Holy Spirit both in convicting of sin and saving from sin In tho preaching there in an utter absence of sensationalism but professing Christians are continually reminded of tho need for enthusiasm in the Christian life that the world may know they have boon with Jo BUS Up to this writing upwards of fifty persons have signified their purpose to accept Christ as their Saviour nnd Leader There is evory reason to bo Hove that these revival meetings will do great good among tho students in school aud among tho citizens It is1 a good sight to see Christians goner ally taking great interest in thorn Tho meetings will continue up to the USth of this mouth if no longer Two services daily aro hold one at 8 p m this is usually a biblestudy service cold ono at 7 oclock at night If you have not attended commence to do so at once A 1OOI IlKCOIIMKNDATION III have noticed that tho sale on Chamberlains Stomach Liver Ta blots is almost invoriablT to those who have once says Mr J H Weber a prominent druggist of Cascade Iowa What better recom mendation could any medicine havo than for people to call for it whoa Trythornwhoa you have a bad taste in your mouth feel bilious have no appetite or when troubled with and you are certain to be delighted with tho prompt relief which they af ford For sale by S E WELCH JB Waters as a teacher nnd Win E Lin cola Prof Rogers and his wile gave tho school its first impetus J X llelOut of Canton Ohio who is visit ing In Boron and vicinity this week came to Berea to see Bro Fee Prof Rogers and Rev Gee Candee iu June 18T In December of that year Boron people were driven out Their petition to the Governor for protec lion was signed by J A It Rogers John O Manson I D Real Jos S Davis Jghti F Bouton S Life John Smith E T Hayes Chas E Grillin A G W Parker W II Torrey Of those portions so far as is known Prof Rogers is tho only survivor Bro Candeo was then at MeKep in Jack son county aud Bro Fee in time North Of till these men none was more courageous and useful to the growing school than J G Hanson The spirit of this noble baud of workers for freedom was vell expressed in the words of Mr Hanson after ho had been hunted through tho moun talus of eastern Kentucky nUll de spoiled of his property When I relied what my course ol life and my labors have been what I had at heart and wished to do for my coun trymen in Kentucky and thinkof what I have received at their hands it makes mo weep and love thorn more Trusting In God I shall still labor that so good a land filled with many generous spirits and many wailing slaves bo free DoreaIrested upon it It is au honor to bo connected with such n school n nn A FlreinnniCloiiitCHtl sei stuck to my engine although every joint ached and every nervo was racked with paiu writes C W Bell amy a locomotive fireman of Bur lington Iowa I was weak and pale without any appetite and all run down As I was about to give up I boots bottle of Electric Bitters and after taking it I felt as well An I over did in my life Weak sickly run down people always gain now life strength and vigor from their use Try thorn For sale at oil drugstores Price 50 cents 50 YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADC MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Ac Anronc lending a nketen and dMcrtntlnn InlfIa rubabYrallat a Communion whether aa ou Iateut patentIatenta iYe tfttlal notkt without cbarae In the Scientific JUncrican A handiomtlr tllnitntm weekly Ijireeit fir caUllon of anr iclentiao Journal Term tJa rear four month IU sold brail neondealer Yorkareacb YOUR POSTMASTER Is the authorized agent for TimE CITIZEN Give hint Fur CENTS and ho will send it to us mind we will send you The Neatest Cleanest Newsy Newspaper you over road fifty two times one eachweek for u year POSTAGE STAMPS TAKEN I Dont Use- Spectacl es Unless you need them and if you use them bo sure boy fit your need will give thorough examination with tho above instrument FREE OF tlunnc which always indicates the correct glasses to use II you dont need glasses I will tell you so T Ae Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main St Berea Ky n This will save your Life 1JI yaeDrFor Consumption Coughs and Colds The only Cunrantood Cure DruggistCURESgripor any LungsTRIALRegular Size 60 cents and 10ft nnn mnSometime ago my daughter caught a severe cold She complainedof pains in her chest and had a bad ChamberlainQCough tions and in two days she was well and ablo to go to school I have used this remedy in my family for the past seven IOrs and havo never known it to failsays James Prendorgast merchant Annato Bay Jamaica West India Islands The pains in tho- cblst indicated nl approaching attack- of pneumonia which in this instance byChnmberlulns counteracts any tendency of a cold to ward pneumonia Sold by S E WELCH JR Guaranteed Salary 9001 Yearly lien and women of good tdJrevi to represent til name to travel appointing agenU other for local work tIer our Intereeti SUOO talarr guaranteed ready extra commlnloni and expenM rapid advancement old established house urand chance for earneat man or woman to secure pleasant permanent position and liber al Income New brilliant linea Write at once ST4FYOR1J rnEss t3 Church St New raven Conn 91 Repair That Loom Homespun is coming into fashion again and our girls should keep up CollegeisbringeducRtionhomes We can pay for wellwoven linen 40 cents a yard jeans 60 cents linsey 50 cents wellmatched bed coverlets 4 to ti Patent dyes not accepted oldfashioned indigo preferred For information address JOSEPHINE A ROBINSON Homespun Exchange Boron Ky RigHhtShoes Right AT Kinds Men Prices Our assortment iH Our line of mens Take a look the largest in Rich shoes embrace every through our lines at nmondand ourthing from nn bon 1110 125 3150 22ipwill positively saveiilinat patent leather 100 and 500 ami you money on every that money Itllliwol prove the pair skill can produce truth of our asser tions Large Stock to Select from COVINGTON BANKS Richmond Kv DR M E JONES e Dentist dt MillineryStore Office DaysThursday Friday and Saturday of each week MEAT MARKET I have reopened the Meat Mar ket on Main Street Fresh Meats Dressed Poultry and Vegetables in Season M B RAMSEY Berea Ky Special Notice to Our Krailrrn This paper In on ale at the ottlce of The Chi- I1g0 luterrran i06i110 Eat Monroe Street cago where our reAders will be rourteounly KrvvUil who may rare to rail upon The Inter Oran for a tour of liiipcrtlon and rightHcelng through magnificent building In which mu be foiuut fTtiy remlflc Im provement of the age In connection with the need of a greet newspaper It U a rare treat to any one Intcmted In the nubject and would be taken advantage of Three Years in Richmond And out of all the sets of teeth that have boon made at my office if there is one set or any sets that show any defects I will make u new set free Weave making the best set of teeth in the world for 760 and if delects show in Ive years we give you a new set free This applies to all the teeth 1 have made or am going to make the best alloy fills in the world at 75 conts DR HOBSON Dentist Permanently located in the Hobsor Building next door to Gov eminent Building Richmond Kentucky Reference Richmond National Bank Special Price to Students nnnn 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 i New Rockers Ladies Desks Couches Dining and Bediodui Furniture and many attractive articles to make the home comfortable Picture Framing Carpets Matting Rugs UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY Night Day P Phone v 7g6 JO S JOPLIN RICU nUUt11Uy HARNESS HARNESS THE LARGEST STOCK OF f HARNESSVEver brought to Berea Collar pads formerly sold for 40c our price 2So Eve else in proportion BICKNELL EARLY Berea Ky u I iJi This space reserved for DOUOLAS CRUTCHER RICHMOND KY Dealers in Boots Shoes and Oents Furnishings f i f y NfNr tINN1tH N NN tINW ONNNNN i r THE CITIZEN A CAUSE OF INSANITY Rome StnrtlltiR Stntlatlc Tint Form nn Indlctincnt of Alcohol That nlcoliol Is n powerful influence for evil cannot l o disclaimed even Iiy those who advocate most earnestly Its legitimate and Intelligent employment Apart from the effects of acute Intoxi ration says The Journal of the Ameri can Medical Association time deleter otm Influence of long continued Indul gence In alcohol Is witnessed In chron ic visceral changes principally of a degenerative character In speaking of the Increase in the number of cases admitted during time year 1000 to time Iloynl Edinburgh nsy mum time physician superintendent Dr Clouston In his annual report was un able to avoid the conclusion that this was due to a large extent to the ex cessive use of alcoholic stimulants during times of prosperity attended with brisk trade and high wages The number of alcoholic Insane ad mitted to time asylum has Increased from an average of 135 per cent In the period between 1874 anil 1SSS to 215 per cent In the period between 1SSO and 1S9S nail to 225 in 1890 Of 472 new cases received during the year 1000 drink was assigned as either the sole or contributory cause in US or about onequarter of nil In time men alone eightyone or about onehalf were alcoholic patients Resides for every man In whom excessive drinking causes absolute Insanity there aro twenty In whom It InJurestho brain blunts the moral sense nmlllessens the capacity for work In varying degree Dr Houston makes nn earnest plea for legislative or state means for the diminution of alcoholism He rightly contends that it Is an Irrational appli cation of the doctrine of liberty to grant to every man the inalienable right to render himself n burden to others anti n soured of degradation and danger to the community BREWERIES EARNINGS One nrUlxli Concern Paid 9432OOOO mealy In a fear- Some mien of the quantity of malt liquors produced and sold in Great Britain to take no note whatever of time Imported beers sold and drank may be pained from the annual re- Ports which have lately been published of the two great brewing companles Guinness amid Alsopp says the Nov York Commercial Advertiser Guinness paid as beer duty for the year 801000 approximately 4320 000 The item of Income tax on the business amounted to 11000 extra so tho report reads In addition 100 000 has hen placed to the reserve fund 30000 to the depreciation fund and a 0 per cent dividend with n 4 per cent bonus added has been paid The sum of 48502 was carried over as surplusThe report shows n deficiency null n decrease In the original value of tho concern of nearly 10000000 on a capital of about 522000000 This is attributed partly to bad investments in public houses of which the company had ns many as thirtyone including some large hotels nnd to an attempt to make lager beer In which Held the company found powerful competition In the importation of German beer Prom these figures an Idea may bo ob tamed of the vast capltnl invested In beer and breweries in England those named belng nly two of tho compa ales engaged In the business although they are time largest WELL ANSWERED Prohibition Papers reply to a Liq uor TrnUlc Journal- A paper published In the Interest of the liquor tralllc Justifies the trllllle ou the ground that In thin country alone It employs 301000 persons and 1800 000 people derive their support ns fam Illes of the former directly frown It This liquor organ wishes to know what Is to be done with this great army of 2000000 people In case time tralllc Is abolished To which Inquiry a Prohibition paper gives answer We would set them to raising grain and meat to till the hungry mouths of the wives nail the children of the 13Itrons of time soloonIWe would el ploy them In the pro ductlou of cotton wool and hides and In making them Into clothing hats nlldI caps boots and shoes fur those who on account of the saloon are never com fortably clad We would set them to felling trees and sawing them Into lumber and mak pug them Into homes for those who live In hovels because the husband and father spends his wages for drink if In deed his patronage of the saloon has not put him out of a Job We would keep them busy making carpets furniture pictures plano and organs books and newspapers for the millions by whom on account of time drink most of these timings arc consider ed as luxuries Intended only for sa loon keepers and other fortunate peo ple A Town Great record Several Illinois towns claim to bo oldest prohibition towns In Illinois Normal however can bent them nil it la said When Normal was first laid out In ISTKJ duds to various lots con imbued very rigid stipulations that no saloon could be operated upon said lot that each lot was sold with under standing that no saloons would be op united in town This agreement was adhered to As a result no saloon haa ever been operated within the borders of that city Help Other Along Ai we meet and touch each dijr The many tnvrltn on our way tAt crrry brief contact be Klorloui helpful mlnlttry The contact of the toll and wed Each giving to the others need Each helping on the others teat And blessing eah ai well ai blest 1 B IflUtr in Union Bureau RELIGIOUS THOUGHT 2tmi Gleaned From the Teaching of All Denomination Falsehood does not help the cause of truth HOT J Kent Congregation oUst Brooklyn Social Tippling Social tippling Is the widest gateway to drunkenness Dr Herbert K Uos Methodist Philadelphia HellRlon In 1ulltlr A man Is answerable to God for his political ns well as his private life Cardinal Gibbons Itoman Catholic Baltimore Character Character Is life When we speak of character wo feel the pulse of religion pus we sound the depths of Christian ltyRev J C Mitchell Episcopal Hobokcn NT Wnrlillr Success Not All It Is no mean achievement to attain prominence In the world of commerce but a mans life consists of more than the things which ho possesseth Dr W II Slutz Methodist Uoston The Two Road The narrow way Is not nn easy way It Is pressed contracted straitened difficult The other way the broad- way Is the easy popular way Hcv II E Trnlle Baptist Louisville hitches Cannot they Heaven Millions and billions are terms un known and meaningless In the king dom or God Itlch men cannot purchase so much as n foothold In heaven Dr W S Hanks Methodist Alle ghcny Pa- Rwih of the Spells Syiilem The pernicious regimncy of time max Im To time victor belong the spoils Is largely responsible for the corrup tion of the public mind In time standard of olllclal IntegrityDr Henry Me Cook Presbyterian Philadelphia The WorlillliiKn KiiolUm The worldling thinks fur better of himself than he deserves There Is Tar too much of the felling abroad that lie Is as good as his friend who is a Christian Hcv Frank G Tyrrell Mount Cnbanne Church St Louis The Telescope nf Gad Varil The man who never puts time tele scope of Gods word to the eye of his soul to refresli his faith with visions of the Fathers house will soon he blinded by the god of this world Rev G X Iuecock Presbyterian Washington The Great nery When you and I come to stand In the Judgment the great question put to us will be not Who were you What did you possess but Dud you do the will of God amid keep his com manduieiitsKev S H Moore Chris tian Church Atlanta Christ Example So long as the story of Christs life Is told ou earth there will IK hundred of men sand women who tlII rise and say If he conquered I can conquer too If he overcame I can overcome Rev ViI P Fnuuce President Brown University Providence U I The Immortality or Virtue The present Is the heir and vassal of the past Thinkers may die thoughts never The virtuous may mile their vir tues never Some men are Immortal even In this world Only the dead wear crowns only the dead wield scepters over us Habbl Leon Harrison He brew St Ideal City In the Ideal city there will be no largo houses standing empty while the poor arc crowded together In unhealthy tenements There will be room In tho schools for every boy antI girl and there will he no lack of entertainment for rich and poor Itev Percy Grant Episcopal New York- Regeneration of China A great cause of unrest In China Is the desire for better things Young men In China are so anxious to adopt American customs and learn the Eng fish language that we scarcely can get them to study their own Chinese liter ature In our schools Ulght Itev F It Graves Episcopal Bishop of Shanghai Fresh Ilon pt Christ Ntfdfd The church of Chrlet needs today fresh vision of the courageous Nazarene It needs nfresh baptism of spirit ual courage and constancy It needs the face that can set Itself against sin and It needs the face that can steel Itself against the evil forces of n sin stained world Rev E George Sarkeys Pres byterian St Louts Golden llule The Golden Itule Is the law nnd tho gospel of life nod time one who practices the Golden Itule needs no church no pastor for he has found God within himself When the Golden Rule Is practiced the klngilomof heaven will come on earth and Christ will be In carnated In every Individual Rev F E Mason Spiritualist Brooklyn God and God Pitied Men No adequate leader of men has yet appeared who was not peculiarly God Oiled Such was Anselm he was the pivotal point for the modern tUne Such was Luther he made the refor motion possible Such were the Purl tans No substitute for God and God filled men has yjpt been discovered In such belief are we having these Sunday mornings together God bring us every one tended on to the Holy ground Rev D N leach Congrega tlonallst Denver In the land of the Women The real custody of the divorce ques ion Is today In thehands of the wom en who lead and govern the social life of our great cities If they have the courage to pronounce In cases that call for It sentence of social excom munication and more than that the constancy to stand by their decree when once promulgated this evil which threatens the very foundations of our social order will be It not corn pletely removed at least measurably reduced Dr William R Huutlngton Episcopal New York TILE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON IV FIRST QUARTER INTER NATIONAL SERIES JAN 26 Text of time IrmMin Act III 111 Memory Verso nSCollltn Text Kx xv roniniPHlnry Prepared liy Ilev D SI Stearns Copytlsht by American Peru Amoclallcn 13 It was the hour of the evening Me rlfice tho hour when JI1 died on luau gotha Matt xxvll 40 WI that faun Peter and John going Into the temple nn this occasion While time ualirllovln Jews continued their forms the bcllcvcra In Jesus Christ met for prayer knowing tint the true nnd only sacrifice fur sin was In heaven on their behalf and they Ills witnesses could do nothin without Him 4 5 As Peter and John xnlil tank on its he looked expecting li receive wmie thing In time way of money for he know not of time durable riches pail HuMeim nest of Irov vlil IS lIe gave hood expecting to receive and that Is more than many believers do when they pray for they ask and womler If they me heard and ate surprised If they receive and talk about its being so wonderful and so strnpgo How much letter U would be when we jirny to expect ae cording to ls v 3 Ixil fi John xlv 11 14 T1U lame taan wits exprcllag from people hut Peter and John lied learned to expect from Gal If liellevera would lay hold of or l e laid hold of hy then words Cease ye front ninn It is Gal who workHh than II t J ridlIl Tu great things mluht be seem II In the name of Jesna Christ of Nazareth rise uu and walk Silver and gold could not do this uur all the power of man but those who have iiclthfr gold nor silver eau be friends of and partners with Him who doeth all Mich thing There Is soiwthiug bolter than money which can bo hind without money let Iv Ilev nil 17 Many profess to have the gift of God but some really possess Htm It would well to consider Have I Christ or do only seem to have or think that I have Luke vill IS margin I John v 12 Peter could any I have I give 7 8 Walking and leaping and prals lag God Thin by a man over forty years of age who hail never walked Well mlclit the people call It a notablo miracle iclmptvr Iv 10 22 It was no complUhtMl In n nuiiiicnt As soon n8 Peter took him by the right hand Imme diately Ids feet anti ankle bones received Mcnstli It was written by the prophet that the lame man should unit ax a hart tea xxxv III Rut how few would ever expect that such words would lave such a literal fiilflllment And that U one of our great dilllcultlon and hin drances eseem an slow to believe that God moans just what He trio10 Tar people saw Htm and knew Him and were tilled with wonder and nmnzeiilrnt So on the tiny of Pentecost they wore all amazod anti uinrvcled chapter II 7 11 The chance In this man was so manifest anti iiiimlxtnknlili that it could nut be denUnl lie 10 yet time authorities would If they could slop all such doings A lady whom I know whose eyes were tnlrncutotuly healed aft er all the doctors hind failed to help put the story in tract form nnd a elector who read it told her situ was doing wrong as others might think they could have n similar experience What art we on earth for If not that the works of dod may be seen In be John lx UI 11 The lame man which was healed held Peter nnd John The IItllltd man naturally clung to his dfllrcicrx and till crowd ran to nee time heatiil and the heal ers There Is so little tower of Goo In time church today that the crowd has to be drawn by entertainments slipper concerts etc but let sonic of power that was seen on this occasion be again manifested and the things which now disgrace the church might speedily van ish This menus help canto through Peter anti John and he clung to his visible de liverers Wben we learn In say sincere- lyi My help cometh from tin Ix nl who made heaven mid earth we will no longer look to the hills for help Pa cxxl 2 margin and Jer 23 12 Why look ye so earnestly on usr Not knowing the Invisible God people gaze with wonder upon the visible In Etrumcuti by whom God Is graciously pleased to work but if those whom Gal uses would continue to ba used by Him they must be careful to give God the glory for no Ileshshall glory In Ills puts cncc I Cor 2031 As soon as the In strumeut Is willing to be magnified time power ceases Concerning pharaohs dream Joseph sold that it was not in hint to Interpret It but that God would do Itnl1l1 Daniel said that thcru was no wisdom In him more than la others Lilt that time God In heaven who revealoth secrets would make known the dream Gen xII 10 Dan II 2830 1310 His name through faith la Ills name path made this man strong 8on the day of Pentecost be told them that Jesus whom they had crucified had by God been raised front the lend nnd received up Into heaven so now ho again tells them that the God of Abraham Isaac and Jacob had glorified Ills Son Jesus having raised Him from tho dead and that the perfect soundness of this man who had been lame was due wholly to thin risen Christ whose witnesses they were We do mot know that tau man bad any faith In Christ but Peter and John had and as the faith of the woman of Tyre and Sldou brought health to her daughter and the faith of the centurion brought health to Ida servant Matt vIII 10 13 xv 28 so their faith brought health to this tuna Who can tell time possibilities of faith In God and what do we know of the faith of the Son of God1 Mark xl 2221 Gal II 201 Aa Mephlb osheth was lame through no tumult of big own yet was made to live with the king and eat continually at time kings table II Bam Iv 4i Ix 13 no wo who are all lame through Mans sin without strength ungodly may be healed by Ultn who having died for us is now alto for evermore Ilion v 110 III 21 Peter In time power of time Spirit preaches unto theta Jesus and the resurrection as taught by the prophets and telling them that Jesus Christ shall come again to re store all things of which God hath spoken by the mouth of all Ills holy prophets he urges them to repent that their sins may be blotted out and that the times of refreshing may come with the coming again of the Lod Jesus verses 1721 and see K V To the Jew first verse 20 and to every creature Mark xvl ID we are to give the gospel that out of all nations the people for Ills name may be gathered Acts xv 14 and times Ills Eve bullded that Ho may take her to Himself and come again In this glory NN 1111N1 N11N NN NN11NN NN1 NN r THE HOME2i111N NN NNNNNN NNNNINNIIN NNN SOME ECONOMICAL GOOD RECIPES Tonmto Soup Ono pint cannocl tomntooH or four raw ones out fine add ono quart of wither amid rook about halt nu hour then add ono leiiHjxxHi of soda thin will cause it to foam Immediately rdd ono pint of sweet milkwith n little smelt amid but ter Whon this boils timid eight small crackers rolled flue nnd serve Itlco SUUIIPllt n pioco of but ofgbread crumbs fun skillet nud fry them as thoroughly brown as possible with out burning When Riilliciently brown pour on Jl quarts of boiling water nnd mId ono pint of tie n head of finely cut ci lt rj nut a little stilt Stow nil together until the ricn is tender and mid a cup of rich milk or cream and serve This is enough for n large fatally Irish Stow This Nn nito eco nomical dish nnd con bo made from any kind of menu II11llIt hill the best end of a neck of min hone lii iuov nearly all the fat froth two pound of meat and cut it into chops feel nnd slice throe pounds of potatoes mend also elite ono mend a htdf pounds of onions Int n layer cjf olnloes iir the bottom of n kettle thou n layer of onions then meat popper and salt it well nud HO put nil the material in layer Add one or two cups of water ever flosoly and let it stow not boil on any account two or three hours Steamed Itrond Inildlnjr One pint bread crumbs mm cup mo lasses ono cup hot water pound unI tho bread ono cup Hour one cup raisins or nay dried fruit cholllIIone tenspron soda ono tnhlt poon melted butter one egg spices toI taste mix thoroughly mid steam two haunt This is good nnd inexHMisiv- oJinked Cottage riulilln Ono pint of flour ouo cup of milkI one small coq of Mignr ono sioou of butter two tenHjMxins or baking povvdcr Hake and servo mitt or without stewed fruit Shows Cake here is a good uexpensivo canto of which you eel giVtt the children n largo Hike fur lunch It will keep for two weeks if put away in n bread lox Ono pint of flour ono teaspoon of baking pow der om egg t cup of butter one cup of raisins or currants half cup of su gar ono quarter cup of sweet milkI Mix thoroughly nUll bako in deep bread pans The Latest Pooiu Hero is the latest in rhyme and it is wafted on the bracing air from Texas When dad hits worn Ills trousers out they pass to brother John then mother trims thorn round about and William puts them on When Williams IIgHI too long have grown tho trousers faill to hido em so Walter claims Vm his own and hides himself inmdoem Next Sams fat legs they close invest and when they wont stretch tighter theyre turned rand shortened up lorI metho writer Mn works them into caps and rugs when I have burst thlt stitches at doomsday wo shall see perhaps the last of dads old hrltochI SiTho directors of tho Standard Pub lishing Company of Lexington Ky which owns tho Southern School Journal hiss declared nn 8 per cent dividenod upon its colliullltock this dividened to bo paid out of the not earnings of tho company for time year 1001 It is tho only stock in Lexiug ton paying eight per cent this year 10 per cent could hnvo been paid hut tho directors think it best to hold n good reserve Tho list of bonnfido paying subscribers has been increased tj nearly live thousand v VALL TH- ELEADING LINES O- FIMPLEMENTS WAGONSAND BUGGES s Bicknell Early t N Nm NNNNf NIN N N NN r THE SCHOOL NNNNN1N NN NN11N11111 N N N1 N THE DISTRICT SCHOOL AS A CENTER OF CULTURE That it is the aim of the district school to bo n center of cnlttiH can not bo deniml It ix not worth de claring that the situ shines but he do greo in which it shines is very impor inuit Meet n man in almost any station III JiInlltl ho will tell you of some particular Impression ho received from tho district school Search close ly into the deep rececses of his ehnrne ter nUll you will lint that such nn impression was tho helm which nt w eil him over paths of vied or virtue In tho degree the n farmer Is re sponsible for the quantity nun qualm ty of ho produce of his farm through his Rood or bad judgment in the seeding and cultivation of that farm in that degree time district school is responsible for them character nud cut turn of time nation- Whatsoever n man soweth that shall bo also reap 10Whllt a nation sows in her district schools that shall ho reap in them next generation If wo could get n photograph of our dil rift schools wo could enlxrgn it and say wo hind a picture of the future In our largo cities nfl electric pow or houses which contain the finest nmeninory that can be made The most skilful engineers that can bo fumed ure employed to cam fur nnd run it From these povi r house electric wires past Into overt street every home eveiy work shop every plaru of business worship and pleas min Time engineer by ono turn of nn elect rie switch lights up tho entire city Our district schools are nation RlllOllr houses within then is ma chinery The inlluiMicfl tint goes out by example or precept is the wire hat connects them with tho world the tonchoris time engineer who turns the switch When limn city Is lighted up it is by time power house When tho worM is lighted tip Itwilt Iw by the strict Hchoolhouses The tiny in which the district school is a real source of culture hits dawn ed Tho sun of progress is bieakiug from behind tho clouds of dnrkueM The fog educational iudilTeri ne is Kissing away The shadow of fogy ism is shortening and them million who slept beneath it are biing nwak OIIIH by tho strong light A few more rears aid thu district school will have reached his aim as a sourer of culture wrappntlln the strong suushinnof ha tiny THOMAS T SIMMONS ORIGINAL AND AMUSING INTERPRET TION OF A BIBLICAL PASSAGE Scraps of boy humor aro often as welcome and refreshing n glass of water to a wrecked mariner Tho Vicarage Road Boys School Plum stead Journal unit several delightful siNcimons of illogical logic as a dtwcribod time twisted outcome of- aths thought Stimulant IV had boon reading I Samuel ch xxlv v M where David exclaims After whom is the king Irsnel come mull After whom doth thou pursue After o dend dog af n flea Teacher What did David mean by comparing himself to float lloyPhrase sir Saul could nt catch Working Overtime Eight hour laws are ignored by theo tinlefts little workers Dr Kings New Life Pills Millions aro ulwftYH at work Highland lay curing Indigestion Biliousness Constipation Sick headache amid nil Stomach Lir nr and Bowel troubles Easy pleas not safe sure Only 2T o nt nit drug Htoro NN11f f NNNNf11 N NNN r I THE FARM L 1 N NN1N1 NMNNNN NNNN THE KENTUCKY HEN Wo have road of Maud on n Rum mer dry who raked barefooted tho now mown hay wo jmvo rend of the mnid in tlio early morn who milked the cow with the crumplod horn and WOO read tho lays that tho poets sing of the rustling corn and tho powers of spring but of all tho lays of touguo or Ntu theres naught like limo limy of the Kentucky hen Long long before Muud rakes her hny the Kentucky lieu hun begun to lay nnd ore tho milkmaid atitn R peg time hon Isunnmllms dropped her eggs tho corn must rustle nud lowers spring IIIthey mold their own with tho barn ymd ring If Maud is needing n hat nnd gown she doesnt huMlo her liny to town but goes to tho store nud oh talus her stilt with n basketful of her fresh lieu fruit if time milkmaids beau makes a Sunday cull she dote not feed him on milk at nil but works up eggs In n cuatanl plo rend stuffs him full of n chicken fry nod when ho out man wnuta n horn does ho take lln druggist n load of corn Not much Ho simply robs n uestnud to town he goesyou know limo rest Ho ImngH around wit II time cliques stud rings and talks of politics smith things while his poor wife slays nthomo anil scowls lint in saver from want by thorn lfnnm fowls for whllo hoer huHband lingers there she watehwi the cackling burnt with care and galh era eggs and thin eggs shell hide till she saves enough to stoma tho lido Then hail nil hail to the Kentucky lieu the greatest blowing of nil to men Throw up your lusts amt omit n howl for the persevering barnyard fowl Corn may lio king but Its plainly seen the Kentucky lieu ia tho Kentucky queen Adapted from At A Kowloy In the Teiekn Mall anti Breeze POULTRY POINTS Vermin cnuMs thin lieu to pick their fealhors smith otherwise lx rentiers If Ian main in not pure breed ho will effect no Improvement in lint flock Where n man krepsn hnndnxl lions tho house should cleanwl out everyday Vermin nro the outgrowth of filthy surrounding deadline in tho proXT preventive Time voice of tho duck in tho well known quack while that of the drake is n smothered nqnenk Tho way KOIIIO jiooplo rofusn toIUSA whitewash in the poultry would Indicalo that it was expensive Tho ammonia arising front BOCIIIII nlaled droppugn in the poultry bouso in detrimental to tho health of lbs lions Make tho poultry house n thing of beauty if possible It should not Ira a detriment to time looks of the place Dont think its luck that brings Kticcessj it U proper feed and man agement that determine the profit with poultry WllMt straw and grass hey mn through n feedcutter makes the very 1XllumlJ nests A barrel of It ought to bo kept handy for renewing tho nests often Air slaked limo ia cheap amid will servo to snake n damp poultry house dry and destroy the germs of roup Tho floor walls roosts nests and yards tummy bo freely dusted with It Selected BUY AND BUILD 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more than one exciting debate over different phases of thu iiieiitlou In the debating society to which Ed want hclonioil All through the col logo fcclliiK ran high agaliiHt Spain Ktlward spout n Rood deal of time studying the whole subject lie ran sacked not only the college library but all the available libraries In the city fur Information going hack lute HI nt las hlHtory from the beginning The more he studied the subject thu more deeply Interested he became lie also took up tile more Involved ques lion of International law and the rein tons that different countries stiRtaln ed to one mistier He had one or two iIlsctiftKlons with Ullllu over certain KliiU concerning the questions of In terfcrence and arbitration nnd had no dllllculty In getting thu better of him hi argument VIIIU did not know any more about the subject of lutcrnatlon al law than Logan the man of all work about the college but every hint of potiMble war waked him up out of hit usual Indifference Toll yon IM he would say with there would be n war Im tired of Greek nnd Latin and chemistry and uiathcmatlcM nnd oil this everlasting iKKglug Into the old books If war breaks out Ill enlist so quick that mother cant help It Wouldnt your mother be willing to have you goT could talk her over all right I can prove to her that the SpanlMi cant hit a barn door at ten paces and there1 no danger Just nothing but fun and glory guess you would unit that there Is something more than fun and glory In OilY kind of war General Sherman ought to know and he said that wnr Is uell1 Cant be any worse than conic see dons replied Willis carelessly for If there was anything he lintel It was mathematics Id sooner walk up to a loaded battery than go up to tho blackboard with onu of those test prob terns that old Quad always gives mo to solve Guess hell be glad to have me go to war I know lots of times ho couldrsault The month of February came on and Edward still could not find anything to odd to his work so ns to Increase his theework In the professors family nnd ev cry time Edward went over to see her or talked wltlr her as they met In the college class rooms she Insisted that she was perfectly able to do It Edward thought he could detect a worn and anxious look about her as It sue was trying to do too much and silently and doggedly he determined that the minute bo found more to do Frecdn should return to the hall He hind been out one afternoon look Ing for toDiethlng down In till city and was detained wry late nt ono place where he was finally disappointed In not getting whet he had expected Ash carne along the sunlit street past tho ncwspnpcr otllccs ho Iowa great crowd about them and went over to get the news It was the evening of the 15th of February 1803 The startling news bald just flashed over the country of the sinking nf the Maine Edward lie taw n great crowd rued went over to pct the news rend tho few lilies stating the fact of tho disaster and after walling a little longer ho hurried up college hill The news hind already reached the college Willis was declaiming exclt eddy to a group out on the steps of the hall as Edward came up This means war I tell youl John nil get your guu Well blow Havana sky high No Wore Havana cigars for me Oho me home production Probably thats what weve been i lug1 the time anyway for labels at cheap but down with the SpanlsliJanybqwl And Willis began aBong IHIIl been recently composed by ono of ebn penlors beginning r ftteb4btoad-y fv i to Bglit for thy liberty The rest of tho fellows came In on J e chorus and soon nil the students joluedoIn tho excitement That night Willis told Ed want that he hnd positively made up his mind to enlist It war was declared IIke every other student In Hope college Edward was tremendously excited over the prospect and for awhile he IIlmo s t yielded to Willis appeal to go with him Ill write mother mud see how she feels nbout It Edward replied and next day be wrote telling her frankly that he would really like to enlist In case war was declared Ills mother wrotu back n letter that touched him deeply- If It was best for Isis countrys good or for the welfare of an oppressed peo ple she wan willing that he should go Hut she left It entirely with him to tie ride on the ground of duty and that alone Hu rend the letter to Willis amid they had a long talk over It I cant say that I feel an I think n man ought to feel about going to war Edward would say his slow but care rill habit of weighing every action con Jrastlng strangely with Willis Indiffer emit settlement of his Inclinations You think too much replied Wll Us with his usual carclcsn habit The way to get along In thin world In not to think any to speak of Nevertheless as spring came out and every tiny prophesied more certainly of war Edward Hlake could not help thinking and when on April 13 congress passed the Cuban Intervention rcKolutlon and Immediately war was dellnltely declared Edward was still undecided Willis had written to his mother end she replied with n letter that was elm ply n beseeching appeal to her son not to enlist He replied to It using all his pernuaHlvcnesH and he had a great deal when he chose to exercise It anti his mother timidly gave her consent lit showed Edward a part of the let ter and before time week was out he hail Joined n regiment of volunteers one company of which was composer of students of different educational In stliutlonn In the state There were volunteer students from Hope fill the tiny drew near tor their dtpnrtur- for their southern camp ground time entire student hotly showed nn Interest never before known In the college Up to the very last day that It wnn possible to enlist Edward Illuke was In doubt an to what he ought to do Ev cry tiny be had long talks with Willis who urged him nlmost pathetically to go with him Hut wlnn the last tiny of enlistment came Edward decided to stay hi college Willis did not try to conceal his disappointment Whos to look after my morals In the armyl be asked and there was n noticeable absence of his old lllppancy as be asked till question youll lave to look after them your self Edward replied truthfully Nev ertheless he could nut help feeling that the army life for n young man like Wll would probably present temptations that would draw him farther away from nil right conduct than he had even yet been enticed It was this same evening that Ed worth received a surprise from that had a good deal to do with aftc events nn they came on In the college life of both himself and Prccda Willis liar tome up to tho college room on leave of absence from the temporary camp that hUll been estab lished near Itaynor The two were In the old room together and Willis wns gathering up some last articles to send home anti disposing of Bomu of his books and papers to Edward Finally when he was through with nil that be took n paper out of his tnhle drawer and wjth n little show of embarrass mount brought It over to Edwards ta tile and sat down near him Ive got a thing lucre that I want to leave with you Very much Will you look after It all right ns I want you torOf course will replied Edward without exercising his usual cautious tress In making promises Well two years ago I owned a paper route and rented It out ns you know Ive told you about that time route changed bands several times but In n deal that made last year It got Into my possession again Bruce has COlliIconsent to my going I didnt show that part of the letter Hut Its her wish and nine that the route be turned over to you How In what way asked Ed ward nervously Oh you neednt be afraid that Im going to try to corrupt you sold Wll Us laughing because I know It cant be done If youll Just sign your name right here youll see what I mean Edward rend the paper through anti snit that It was a transfer of the paper routo to him entire he agreeing to pay 100 for the routo nt his own conven lence Rut he said understanding Willis motive this route Is worth seven times as much I dont caro It Its worth 700 times as much You pay me 100 on It nt your own convenience nnd Its your route If Im killed In the war you can pay It to mother We made the arrangement together Youve prom ised to do It continued Willis nn Edward umde a geaturo of refusal shall feel very much hurt If you dont take It So will mother We mire rich The money Is of little account to us But youve got your way to make and the route Is the best one In Itaynor a You can make enough on It to pay In the 100 Inside of six mouths and here Wlllla hesitated curiously and stammered a Ilttlennd you cant at ford to have your slater go back totho hall Dont refuse me Ned iVn tho last favor I may ever ask of you Edward hnd nothing else to do but accept the offer He signed the paper aud Willis turned the route over to him giving him the original contract properly signed and attested The next morning Willis was due at the camp to report fprlliml marching orders lie had packed a few of the things remaining after sending some of his clYectn home and leaving other articles In the room under Edwards care nud as Edward came In after his tlrst lecture he found WJIIIn trying to decide ou a few articles such an he might possibly carry with him lid was going over thu things bo lied packed and expressing his regret that ho hall to leave so much behind Finally he made bin selections and began putting things In tho small handbag As ho dropped In one thing after another he picked up a small volume of oems which somehow look ed strangely familiar to Edward who wns standing by ids table silently looking on Willis looked up and after n moment of hesitation be said I might as well nay tint this book of poems Isnt mine It belongs to your sister She didnt glue It to me of course I picked It up In the classroom sear day Im go Ing to take It with tnu If you dont ob ject Edward wan startled by the unex paced revelation of Willis feeling to ward Frecda He hind never seen them much together nnd he had never had the slightest suspicion that Willis cared anything for her Freeda was old for her years In spite of her poverty she always knew how to appear well freer ed Shu hind nn attractive personality was popular among the students and was a good talker Edward thought he knew aud hnd given credit for his sis ters personal attractions but he had never dreamed that a student like Wil lea would ever be moved In any way to a deeper feeling toward her than mo mentary pleasure In her company lie was Upset by the revelation that he did not reply to Willis who still stood with the book In his hand looking ac himIf you dont object Willis repented Wily should I object replied Ell- ward Htlllly youedropped thu book Into his bag and then looked up again Edward was clearly vexed and disturbed You neednt worry over tits say Willis said with on attempt at Indif ference that was poorly acted 8ho doesnt care a rap for me Shell too far alone me sames you argil Edward did not know what to say and according to his habit when bo felt that way ho kept still The whole Incident was painful to bfm Finally when Willis was all ready to go and hind gathered up his few belonging Edward asked him when the regiment was to start We have orders to leave tomorrow We may break camp tonight Unless you come down this afternoon you may not see us again Then after a pans be blurted out Oh come wont you kiss and make upl It wont hurt Free da It I think of her while Im gone It may keep me from something worse Edwards face cleared a little After Wllra revulsion of feeling strong In him be shook Willis hand There were real tears In Willis eyes ns he looked around the room After all Ive had sonic good times In the college Expect Ill miss even old Quad unless Im having a good sized row with the haughty Castll tons all the time Anti I hue enjoyed the club and the tennis anti the foot ball and the society dinners When I get down to baton nnd beans and black coffee Ill wish for some college grub I guess Hut heres to war glorious warl Down with Spain Up with Cubs Oh Cuba the land that ought to be frrc wets rudy to fight for thy Utxrtjrl be began to sing And with the echo of the college verse celebrating Cubas freedom Wil lis marched out Into the hall where a crowd had gathered to set the volun teers oft to camp The regiment went out that night anti In n week was encamped at the south waiting orders there hoping and praying to be transferred to the seat of war nut the days went by and still the troops remained In camp A letter from Willis to Edward three weeks later expressed his views of the sltua tion and gave Edward a strong Im pression that war glorious war Is not all fun and glory at least riot that part of It spent In camp Wirt been rotting In this hole now until wen ill ready to desert and be shot lust for a chance Wtllli wrote In great dlaguat Ifa drill drill drill until Im ark of the whole tutlnm Wttt got a captain thata male of a ramrod and a rail of boot and he trots ui out through the broiling tun and the ntn lIke an l marches ua around aa If our legs were made of rulranlted rubber and our backs of boiler Iron We hue plenty to eat such ai Ill and enough what there It of It but Id Ire p apiece for one of those dub plet IhtIwe uwd to tajr were bullet proof and ought to be made for the United Statea Instead of the dr fective armor plate manufactured for the nUT Send me one of them In a bat box C 0 D anj throw In a couple doitn doughnuts We get some Ihlngt here of court from the wacona that tome around but lately most of the peddler hare been ordered out of camp on account of the boys get ting poltoned on tome secondhand warmed over Ice cream The wont thing about thlt waiting It the feel Ing that at the rate thlngt fie moving the war will be all orrr before we can loll a lick at anything except the bacon and coffee TAereabeen contlderable tlckneti here Winter ol Company t died In hospital yesterday and more than a do cn of the fellow In Company II are down with fever Nut more the halt the bore take any precaution about the wafer or their diet We hare olden enough and advice enough from the colonel down to sergeant and corporal but then loti of go at you plan about It For amuwmentt we play card and pitch quolta and once In awhile game of baseball but molt of tbe fellows art iliad to lie ttlll when drill lant on Wont you tend me a spy ol Conic Section any old thin to read f One ol the chapel hymnbooks will 44 Old 1IWIo1 teal pretty UM at dross I Meat t enalckotllIra nafmedI to Tampa within a week Ifweartthat will mean active service Write me old prtdJenlIIcelled Dont tell the fellows t tm blue But If any of them wltliet he was down hoe tell him the climat of Hope college U good enough Your chum PnuTox Willis allusion to the new president touched upon an event In the college that would have received much move attention at the time It the country hull not been so entirely carried away with the excitement of the war Early In time year the president of Hope college had received a call to n larger Institution In the east and had accepted Ills place had been at once tilled by the trustees through the dice tion of one of the professors a com paratively young nine who hind prov ed In many ways hla fitness tor the positionThe of this new man meant In several ways a change of policy In many directions Edward was only Im going to take it with me Il you dont object ono of all the rest of tho students to be affected by this change but as tbe col lego year went on he realized the serious nature of time difference In the col lege atmosphere and began to understand something of what he owed to President Royce for a new Impetus to ward the character of life So the mouth of June came on with Its commencement season The na tions history had been of an exciting and unusual character Admiral Dew uys battle In Manila bay Lieutenant Hobsons feat In Santiago harbor nnd the landing of the American army near Santiago were all history before tho day came for the usual exercises that closed the college term All this time the college company was a fixture In Its southern camp and every letter that Edward received from Willis con tained a wall at the enforced Inaction Edward was struck with the tone of his last letter received during com mencement week It seemed to him as It something was wrong with Willis something that was vitally out of keep Ing with his usually careless but hap py habits Just what It was bu could not tell but It made him uneasy and oven In the midst of his examinations and nil the stir of the commencement week he wrote Willis a long letter cheering him up all ho could He also sent Willis letter to him to Willis mother with a line expressing his con vlctlon that something was not right and asking Mrs Preston to let him know If there was anything that be Edward could do for his roommate Freeda had continued her position with the professors family In spite of Edwards plea that she go back to the ball now that the receipts from the new papet route warranted It She promised to begin the tall term In the ball and Edward had to be content with that She was planning to go home for the summer and stay on the farm and Edward had decided to remain la Raynor and carry tins paper besides doing some extra work that had been offered him In laboratory practice Ills determination was strengthened by news from home that matters on the farm were In a good condition and his uncle could manage affairs without him presidenthadto do In copying manuscript on a vol umo that he had been preparing for some time This meant tor Edward a personal acquaintance with the head of the college that shaped Ida whole life and Is shaping It to this day It was almost the end of June anti Edwards summer was passing almost Ideally for him He was saving nearly 3 a week from his paper route count Ing In what he was earning extra from a job or two on the hill and the work the president gave him to do This lat ter task was becoming every day more ot a pleasure to Edward The presl dent at first had given hint the corrected manuscript sheets to take to his room In Rankin hall Edward hnd studied shorthand anti the use of the typewriter while on the farm expect lag one winter to fit himself for a busi ness course at Randall Ho had learned the typewriting slowly but his dogged perseverance conquered even Ida naturally slow movement of fin gers and hands and ho was rapidly growing expert In the use of a machine which the president let him have nut President Royce soon discovered that the silent undemonstrative young man from the farm who was working his way through Hope college pea sessed qualities that would perhaps develop Into very great usefulness be toro his college course was ended nnd bu rapidly took him more and more Into his confidence This meant that by the end of June Edward was doing all the copylpg at the presidents offlce which was In one corner of the library building nnd also beginning to assist a little In the presidents correspond ence during the vacation absence of the regular secretary It was this latter fact which led to a knowledge on Edwards part of certain facts connected with the college ad ministration which ordinarily the stu dents would know nothing about To understand this we must nlso en ter Into tho relationship which had strangelynnd the student It was n remarkable charwlerlstlc of President Royce that he was openly frank In matters where a great ninny other men considered It necessary to be uncommunicative and mysteriously silent lie saw at once that Edward belonged to n not too common class of tarn who can be trusted to keep what Is given them In confidence And seeing that quality In him he not only respected It but trusted It nnd even III time gave the young student a proof of his confidence by asking his opinion a thing that a smaller mind would never lave done But President Royce lead learned even In the comparatively short time he had been nt the bead of the college tint the students had opinions on a great many matters and that ePAIi the presi dent of a college might sometimes profit for himself nnd the college by trying to find out what their opinions were ITO BE CONTINUED hnA Cure for lnmliaco W n Williamson of Amherst Vn says For more than a year I suffered from lumbago I finally tried Chnm berlains Pain Balm and it gave mo entire rlief which nil other remedies had failed to do Sold by S E WELCH Jn- Necessary Expenses for Twelve Weeks School Persons who board themselves eau rpciul much or little u tlicjr choose on living expense It pays to have a little extra money Jorlwt urea books and other thinga But the uccewuiry expenaeii are only as follow To pay the lint day lunirs IiAtlSchoolKx 4 Uoaplul Keo Zpenws etc about 2 2 00 Iriienl DoiKwIt 100 w Koom ttnrr table ale XT 2 Fuel and Oil 2 60 JJ 00 Kent of IBiimlry to lint Month Board 5 00 00 Living i75 75 termI1Beginning 2d Mo Hoard 5 00 5 00 Beginning 8d Mo Board S 00 500 es0enlTotal Klpenup 12 Week S77S 27 13rFor those below A Grammar dednct the tl for books andtl from Incidental fee making the total only tm73 When four glrlaroom together licit raves tl on room and tl or more on fuel making this total only m21T5 If classed below A Orommar Fuel la M cents more In Winter and cents less In Spring tern Two room for houackecplng with stores etc ran nnulljr be rented for tram tl tote a term IThe price uf a big calf a little tanbark or n few homespun bedcovers will given term of school which will change one whole life for the bettertllnd To Conquer or nleaI was just about gone writes Mrs Rosa Richardson of Laurel Springs N Clit had Consumption so bad that the best doctors said I could not live more than a month but I began to use Dr Kings New Discovery and was wholly cured by seven bottles and am now stout and well Its nu unrivaled life aver in Consumption Pneuomonia La Grippe nnd Bronchitis infallible for Coughs Colds Whooplugand 100 Trial bottles free at nil drugstores LOUISVILLE HENDERSON ST LOUIS RY DOUBLE DAILY TRAINS n8Twnl- lXLouisville and Si I Louis Parlor Cara on Day trains Pullman Buffet Sleepers on Night Trains for rates and further Information addreu- L J IRWIN G P LOUISVILLE KY I T THE CITIZEN a PROTECTION For protection from want for your wife and rlilUren Our new rKllKKCTlON POL ICY IncontcstlWo from data of IMIIC nml with nil the boat feature of life Insurance INVESTMENTFor 1EU CENT COM ENDOW MENT BONDS absolutely Mfi more profitable than the avemge Investment and lot nl hlnJ INSURANCE at the Mmo time M M M MI The Mutual Life Insurance of Company Kentucky JI Pi Id Home offfce Louisville Kentucky J c IIKCK Jr Special Agent Stale limik and Truit HMBi- Illrlimoiiil Kjr- II roUTHlt UUtrlct Agent ItrrtMt ISnnklni Coiniinny Item Kf L I BUY THE NESEWING Do not bo deceived those ahead vertigo a 6000 Sewing Machine for 2000 This kind oC a D111chlne can be bought from us or any of our from15OOtoa15MO- wC MARC A VARIETY THE NEW HOME IS THE BEST Tho Feed determines tho strength weakness of Double Feed combined with other strong points makes the New Home tho Sewing Machine to buy W dlrnr vro manuctureond prices before purchasing THE NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE 60 OMANBt MAta B Union Sq N Y Chicago ILL Atlanta OIL Sf LoulaMo D llaiTexHan FranclaeoQ- roR SALE BY SISCO CO lIcholasYllIe Ky ITHE MARKETS jAllREPefTEn aT- i A 0 NORMAN S CO CixciiiMiTl Jan CATTLE Common S2no Q 32- 5Butchers365 G25 Shippers490 ft 57- 5CArstsChoiee600 6T0 Largo Common300 W 50- 0HootsCommon485 615 LA 1685Packing WHEAT No 2 Red 91 UORNNo mixed New 61 69 OATS No 2 49 60 RYENo 2 67 70 FLOOR Winter patent 390 g 415 fancy365 376 Family3IO 335 MILL FEEn2100 2400 HAyNo1 Timothy 1200 1300 II No2II 11001125 No1 Clover 950 1000 No2II 850 900 POULTRY 8tHeavyTurkey hens 10 CToms Turkeys 8 DucksC 10 Eaos Fresh near by 20 22 Goose HIDES 6JNo 7j 10 Hull GJ Oj Sheep skins 40 GO TALLOW Prime 6 Gl Country 5j II WooLUnwashedmedium 17 18 Tub waslwf2l 23 23 FEATHERS Geese now nearly white 44 gray to average 38 Qt 42 Duck colored 28 35 Chicken white no quills 18 Turkey body dry 12 16 n n Iliukleiii ArulC1A Mauv- eHas worldwide fame for marvellous curos It surpasses any other salve lotion ointment or balm for Cuts Corns Burns Boils Sores Felons Ulcers Totter Salt Ithoum Fever Eruptionsanteed Only 25o at all drugstores M11NM1 rLOCAL AND PERSONAL NNN11N l Willie Reynolds is back from Ohio E T Fish is serving on tho jury this January term of Court John Rico the druggist attended Circuit Court Monday Postmaster Hart was iu Richmond Monday Hortn Klima left for Washington Tuesday morning Miss Williams of London is visit ing her sister Mrs J W Carnahati Robinson the jeweler has in n new supply of the Parker clocks- C 1 Ogg was a witness for James Howard in his trial for complicity in the murder of Wm Goebel Mrs Minerva Moody of Berea and John Todd of Sherman Texas were married last Thursday Miss Lizzie May of Salyorsville has entered school here Mrs Putnam was unable to attend her classes the latter part of last week on account of sickness J M Early was complaining On Friday morning that some illcondi person had stolen the teeth from his crosscut saw Lewis W Johnson has purchased tho Caleb Cope property on Center Street and willjuovo to it about tho first of February- J N Bebout formerly of berlin 0 now of Canton 0 arrived Friday and was entertained at President Frosts Caleb Cope sold his house and lot on Center Street to Lewis W John son for 325 Mr Cope will build On a tract of land he owus near town Mailcarrier Hayes said that tho snow was three inches deep at Clover Bottom Tuesday morning It was raining herent that time Rev A P Smith filled his appoint mont at Scaffold Cuno last Sunday Bert Coddiugton and Norman Frost accompanied Brother Smith Mrs Oatis of Manhattan Kas wife of Professor Oatis of Kansas State Agricultural University is the guest of Prof and Mrs H M Jones Rev C L Sturgill of College Hill attended the Chapel services Sunday night and called on Tile CIT IZES Monday morning The change of grade in the sido walk between the footbridge and Second church is an improvement but it needs a good coating ofgravel tIts Yoctim went to Chicago last Thursday to got medical advice for tar son Arthur who has been ailing for some time Rev J 0 Buswell accompanied by his wife and little son arrived Friday afternoon and aro quartered in the guest room at Ladies Hall If wo nood anything in this town we need a good twentyroom hotel where anyone could got goodsquare meals and a clean bed for a dollar a dayIt seems to THE CITIZEN that there is a splendid opening in this town for a good sober live man to put up a general repair shop for furniture anti other woodwork Rev H F Aulick will preach at the Baptist church Morning subject Relation of Works to Faith at night The friends of the worldan enemy tp Godt Messrs Bicknell C Early seem to- be expanding their conveniences for doing business The new front and alterations are a decided improve went Lewis W Johnson of Berea and Mrs Mintie Revell of Winchester were married at Winchester Thurs day night The happy couple were entertainedwith a supper and sore nade at the Central Hotel on their arrival in town Friday night Deputy U S Marshal Mullins of lockcastle county passed through town Tuesday having under arrest for moonshining Jim and Steve Van Winkle of Big Hill neighborhood They were bound for a hearing at RichmondMark Spinkwith wilt and baby left for Chandlorville Ill yesterday morning Mr Spink goes to take an interest iu a newspaper and job printing business in Chandlerville owned by his father Wright Kelly of White Lick has purchased the Jack Turner property- on West Chesnut Street and moved there with his family We are glad to welcome such citizens as Mr Kelly and family to our town The Hospital under tho management of Miss Van Horne is one of the most valuable features of Beroa College It is a great pity that scores or more of the young women aro not taking the course in nursing Well trained nurses are at a premium i John Boggs of Clay county and William Issues of Jqckson county hold the reconl for attendance by families for they patio each put six- Jlupil in Boron College this year and plan tokcgp them hero for three years or moreOn y night some ono Rtolo a pair of overshoes and a pair or toots out of Mr George Mitchell buggy while it stood in trout ol Bick nell Earlys store and while Mr Mitchellwas in tho store some ono carries oft his gloves from the top or a show case whore ho had laid hem The following is tf copy ofan ecution drawn up nearly ninotytwi years ago Tho paper is the property of our townsman Jack Elder ntu was found among somo papers left by Mr Elders mother Will bo exposed to publick sale for ready cash in the Town of Rich mood on Tuesday the 28th day or this instant one negro woman name Lucy the property of Alexander Baugh taken by an execution lo lint isfy James Jones 17th August 1810 Wit CUMMINS Com Mr Elder has In his possession an old ballad entitled Marys Dream1 written by William Bramwell uuiloi dote of Feb J 1810 OUR COUNTY NEWS The courthouse clock at Hichuioui is lighted up with electricity The bridge over taint Lick between Madison nnd Garrard counties is not completed and no one knows when it willbeTho several banks of Richmond held their annual election for olficen last Saturday nod reeleotetl oil of the bid officials Prof C Rexford Raymond conduct ed the services ut tho regular meet big of tho Y M C A nt Richmond SundayThe county board of supervisors meets tomorrow and Saturday to hear complaints from those whose assess meutshavu been raised The first meeting of tho new Final Court was held last Thursday The session was called to consider the txsst methods of working tho turn pikes in tho county One week ago t0night incotuliario destroyed a dwelling house belonging to Sam Dealherago oil the old Todd farm Such miscreants ought to be imprisoned with hard labor for life Hon C L Searcy Representative from this county to tho Legislature has been placed on the following Committees State Capital Redes rictiuij Classification of Cities and Towns Banks and Banking The outlook for n good wheat crop in this county is said to be poor Tim is tho periodical complaint and no natter how tho yieldrnay be you will not hear the complainers expressing an apology for their grumble Tho January term of the Circuit Court convened Monday Tho sessions are being held in the upper court room This is a civil term and not a very heavydocketj there are some important cases however The Richmond Y M C A elected officers last Thursday night as follows C C Wallace President C E Woods VicoPresident J R Bush Recording Secretary C M Shearer Corresponding Secretary David Dunn Treasurer Rev WEisen hart and R C Covington Executive Committee now to SUke StrN wbrrr Sorbet Mash a quart of ripe strawberries and press through a sieve Dissolve one and n half cupfuls of sugar In three pints of water and mId the juIce of one lemon Add this to time fruit cover nnd stand In a cool place for two hours Strain Into a freezer and work for 1G minutes then add half a pint of good claret nnd work for or 15 minutes longer Serve lu long temhied glasses The sorbet must not he frozen stiff but rather of a creamy consistency nod Ice cold lion to Make Ormaloo Peel a dozen white onions cover with cold water and steep for nn hour Then boll until soft mauli them mill add to nu equal quantity of smashed white potatoes Add two or three well benten eggs about a cup of milk do not have tile mixture too soft nnd salt pepper and nutmeg to taste Whip the mIx- ture until quite light turn Into a bak lug dish and bake In a quick oven half nn hour When done pour a little melted huttcror gravy over the top +lion to Slake Tomato Sauce Simmer 20 minutes In a saucepan one pint of tomatoes with a bay leaf five whole cloves a blade of mace a little parsley cud a slice of onion Mix together two tablespoonfuls of butter with two of Hour In a saucepan stir until smooth then add a cupful of the tomato liquor a little salt and butter and mix nil thoroughly with the tomato and cook until slightly thickened This is delicious with chops and other meat It may be heated over I r CORRESPONDENCE N11111N1NINNNINNNNN11N11111111 I s MADISON COUNTYF- ARRISTOWN Miss Sallie 1ntton is not recovering from her illness We are having n very successful Sundayschool Mrs Dicey Ellis daughter 6f Mrs Tnlitlm White sent htlr mother prei nntqfttve dollars II II Haynes visited Mlso Susie Hlythe Saturday afUfnoon t Miss Lixziu Martin nntl Joseph Coruelisou worn murruxl Jim 12 nt Sow Liberty Church MifiH Susie Blvtlio ins returned from Winchester and will upend the winter with her Hitter Mm H C Fnrris nmD C FrancswnH the guest of Mr anil MrsWm Mnttiu Sunday nflernoon Rev J A Farris hiss iWii olectot as Superintendent of our Sunday school for the year 1902 ROCKCASTLE COUNTY DISPUTANTA ninzor Brothers have attached a gristmill to their sawmill ruitl will grind every Saturday Bill Moss Clmsteon and Miss Mar great Ondtl wero married Jan 10 Her J W Hewlett officiating Haze Smith sold to J W Hales II milkcow for 2700 Messrs Anglin and Jones are put ting up anew store in this neighbor hoodMr Sill Shearer of this place lots gone to NicholHsville Misses Rosa ami Lizzio Evans and Emma Oadd visited your correspond out Thursday x Miss Annie McGuire who has beet attending Berea College came home Friday very pick Messrs J E Hammond and Sher man S win fonl went to Big Hill last SundayMr Anglm of Berea pass oti through hero Wednesday with n drove of young cattle Mr G W Purkey our postmaster will move to Livingston in a row fhtys Mr W H Bowlefl of Richmond came out Friday to spend a few dayi hunting Died last Tuiinulaythe Infant child of Mr and Mrs Jaunts Bow manMrs Annie Auglin visited her par outs Mr nnd Mrs A P Almry las week OWSLEY COUNTY CABBARD Circuit Court began at Boonovillu MondayV Evereole of Cow Creek WM hero Thursday Henry Evans of Moores Creek Jackson county was hone Monday and Tuesday Thomas Minter and sister Hattie ot Uoonovillo visited their father at this place Wednesday nnd Thursday- A W Huff of Confluence Leslie county former student ut Berea College visited relatives ut this place last week Your correspondent and Henry Qabbard Jr woro at island Crook Tuesday on business Leander Rose of Eversole is haul- Ing ties for Rev John Mason of this placeJoseph Baker tho Floyd postmaster is on the sick list at this writing Logan Dun has moved from Buf Palo to Wolfe Creek on his brothers land Success to TUG CITIZEN and its many readers MASON COUNTY MAYSVILLE The members of the Scotts Chapel M E Church lire holding a series of meetingsRev A Nelson baptized number of converts Sunday afternoon af ter a successful revival Mrs Lizzie Monday entertained n number of young folks recently in honor of Miss Hattie Thompson of TuckahooMrs Lighlfoot is quite ill at her homo on Hords Hill The members of tho Bethel Baptist Church organized their Sundayschool Sunday morning and elected now officers for the onusing year Miss Lillio Mao Hughes is very ill with pneumonia at her home on Maddox Street Clarence Holmes of East Sixth Street is indiposod with a cold i MEETING OF MINERS Big Convention at IndlapapoHi Formally Opened CLASH WITH OPERATORS IMMINENT Men Want an Incrrn e of Wiigr end Jtliie Owners Will Kmlcuvor to ClirrkniMtP Thrill With u lririmcl fur luwerliiK the SulrI Indianapolis Jan 217Nwljr 1000 merabenrof the United Mine Workers of America arrived here forthelr thr tecnth annual convention which be gait Monday forenoon In Tomllnior hall It Is confidently expected by President Mitchell Secretary Wilson and other officials that It will be the u11lonlaborerstalis representing every bituminous UIlItIIIStatesstudying labor conditions arrived to be the guest of President Mitchell and the miners union Wednesday or Thursday Ills address will be one of the features of the convention Th6 con vention will continue unlll Jan 20 when the joint conference of the op 1IItnolsiagates are preparing to ask for an ad vance that will bo equivalent to an all round Increase of at least 10 per cent Along with this report however li another to the effect that many of the operators have determined to take a stand for a reduction of 10 per cent on the ground that they have had an un profitable year and that the prospects for the coming year are not bright enough to warrant even a continuation of the present scale It Is not bollved tTioiigh that there will be a lockout as tho miners and operators of the four status that sign the competitive scale wero able to reach an agreement during the past year without trouble The Central Labor union has made preparations to entertain the miners with a banquet In Tomllnson hall the night of Jan 30 The convention was called to order by President Mitchell and after the delegates were seated the report of the credentials committee was called for As soon as the call was read Mr Husscll a delegate from Illinois pre sealed Mr Mitchell a gavel made trom wood taken tram the old Lincoln home stead at Springfield Ills The gavel was bound with the national colors President Mitchell responded briefly Mayor Qookwalter was Introduced and welcomed the delegates Ben Tlllett as the leader of tb6 wharf and dock Workers of Great Orit nln was received with enthusiasm He said labor should meet capital la the way capital approached labor SKXATOii KOUAKKIt Upturned to the United Slates Ptnatr lilt Krelectlon Columbus 0 Jan IS Senator Jo seph Henson Forakcr today was of ficially declared elected to the United States senato for the term beginning March 4 1903 At 11 a m the general assembly mot In joint session and canvassed the vole cast on Tuesday by the house and senate Every Republican In tho senate and house cast his vote for the return of the senior senator The minority cast Its full vote for Charles W Baker of Cin cinnati A committee was appointed to notify Senator Forakcr of his doe then and later ho was escorted to the chamber his appearance being the signal for tumultuous applause In a neat speech the senator said he had come to Columbus simply to acknowl edge tho debt be owed the people of Ohio and promised to render a good account of his stewardship Children Left Alone St Louts Jan lSJohn and Henry Kander aged respectively four sail two years sons of Stephen Kander of East St Louis perished as the result of a fire that destroyed their home The parents bad left the children relturnstricken with scarlet fever several days before In bed suffocated The other child was burned to death The bodies of both children were rescued by a fireman who was almost suffo cated GOYuftiO ALDAN KILLED In the Ntivnl Huttle In Piuirtinit Hay Story of the light Panama Jan 21ln the naval battle that occurred In the harbor of Pan ama three Insurgent and two govern ment vessels wero sunkbe revolutionary Meet consisted of the steamers Padllla Darien and Qaltan which tried to force a landing off Sacana The government ships were till Chil can lino steamer Lautaro the Pacific Steam Navigation companys steamer Chlcuto and the Panama Cunal con panyu steamer Uoyaca The first named steamer was seized by General Alban and the other two boats have been chartered by the Colombian gov ernment General Alban was killed in the battle his vessel tho Lautaro taking fire and foundering The rev olutionary gunboat Pudllla surprised thu Iautaro at the opening of tho fight and began shooting at close range Many men on board the Lau taro and the other vessels wcru killed It Is asserted that the death of the Colombian leader may have the effect of bringing to the government side large numbers of men anxious to avenge him loss Tho rebel force tailed to effect a landing At the approach of other government vessels the remainder of tho revolutionist fleet withdrew l WHEGKEO A VILLAGE Boiler Explodes In Spain With Dreadful Effect lIa SIXTY PERSONS INSTANTLY KILLED Hospitals Klllril With Munjclrd Vie limit mid a Vital Art bind Vitnlp doer Peace Itiiiuun btoiitly Drulril NurthquukeIBarcelona Spain Jan OA boiler exploded with terrific force lu a spin sing hilll near Manrctea destroying half the village of 1uonta de Vulu inara Tho hospital at Munresa It filled with the Injured Sixteen milt lated bodies of working people burled In the debris have been recovered These Include the manager of thu spinning mill and his two sisters Of tho p ntbns Injured iO are not expect ed to recover The dead Included many children The boiler exploded In tho evening when the mill hands many of whom were accompanied by their wives nail children were eating supper before commencing their nights work Tho buildings of the mill collapsed entirely and the debris was hurled in all directions destroying other buildings and killing and Injuring the people In the vicinity Owing to the darkness the work of extricating the victims proceeded with great difficulty Due ing the work of rescue there were heard the groans of the victims whoso lltnbs were pinned down by the ruins A long line of carts and carriages was engaged In conveying tho Injured to the Manrrsea hospital five mlles dis tant The Inhabitants are now among the ruins seeking the remains of friends and relatives while the priests In the open air administered the last rites of the church to the dying It II now estimated that persons were killed and 100 Injured Foreign Mine Horror Ilrrux Austria Jan tliThe water In thu Jupiter mine which was suit denly flooded on Jan 14 when the escape of 43 men Including the man ager of the mine and two superintend eats was cut off does not subside and hope of saving the men hu been abandoned The disaster was dun to the overflowing of the river Itlla near the mine Precautions to prevent the flooding of tho mite were taken too late One engineer was saved Subs quently nine men courageously went Into the mine a second time fetid never returned Thirty one of the victims were married Hvaoc by an Earthquake City of Mexico Jan Uoreal havoc was wrought by the earthquake In the state of Guerrero the capital city Chllpanclngo being ruined De tails from the Itrlckcn district are very meager but scattering reports re calved hero Indicate that probably 300 persons wore killed and as many more Injured It Is known that the auto capitol the parish church and many business houses and residences are In runs and there ls much suffering as a result of the awful seismic disturb ance One of the edifices that suffered most was ttie federal telegraph once Premier Kuypsra Dsntal London Jan 20 The Times has received a cablegram from Dr Key per the Dutch premier In which he declares ho has held no conference with the Hoer delegates and that ha could not notice them to draw up terms of peace as bo knew their cre dentials did not allow them to lo so Admiral Schley to Talk Chicago near Admiral Wlnneld Scott khle1 has reserved his first public utterance since the recent famous SampsonSohley controversy and court of Inquiry for a Chicago audience When the hero of Santiago stands before the banquet board as tho guest of honor of the Hamilton club at the auditorium a week from tonight he1 will say something of na tional Interest Official announcement was made to this effect by President H A Munger of the club Filipino Force Surrenders Manilla Jan 15 Colonel Marlsi gans forces with arms and ammunl tion surrendered at Taal Uatangaa The Insurgents created a surprise by bringing In f9 more rifles than the authorities thought Marlslgan could command In the district of Taal which he controlled The Filipinos who sur rendered Included three colonels one major five sergeants and two lieuten ants They lave up 1120 rifles and one cannon All the Insurgents who surrendered did so unconditionally General Hell ordered the men to be released Colonel Marlslgan says ho can prevail on many more men to sur render during the next tow days and also obtain possession of a number of additional rifles General Dell says the surrender pacifies for tho time being the eastern part of Datangas Rich Haul of Robbers Qlendlve Mon Jan 20 Robbers secured between 10000 and 20000 1 worth of upset and set diamonds by stealing two trunks from the baggage room of the Northern Pacific station and breaking them Nothing Is missing from the trunks except a bag of upset diamonds and 300 or 400 dla mond rings The trunks were tbo property of C D Clausen traveling representative of S II Clausen It Company wholesale manufacturing Jewelers of Minneapolis Mr Clausen t arrived here from the east and left his trunks In charge of the baggage agent Four men were In the upper story of the station asleep and tho express agent slept In a room adjoining the baggage room but none of theta heard the robbers at work ti