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REV JOHN DODWELL Mgr An Independent Weekly With HI Devoted to the Interests of Rnttrfit at the 1 Nrlnsr THE HOME FARM SCHOOL 60 CENTS A YEAR I VOL Ill A Family Paper OEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JANUARY 30 1902 t Fifty cents a year NO 82 IDEAS On change tho weather Foolish people invent fashion another a folks rollow thorn Thorn Is a groat difference ranking n living mud making a VirtncH aro potentially productive Ono nohlo deed inspires n second no hlo diH d Tho Hood of a nohlo thong t y bee O111A ho root of n nohlo wish nu Ilia root of n nohlo wish Incomes tlio v trunk of n nohlo will nol tho trunk lunohloTAKE NOTICE Ilov Harding It Ifognn will prone at Hrndheml next Saturday night fJ oclock on Sunday morning atoroclock at Hickory Grove and at Con way at 2 p m Kov Wm Lodwick will conduct pSitsfllshxl hv nude quartotto A Sim dayschool will alo Iw organized Kovlval meetings will begin at tho Bnptfat church in Borca next Sunday Feb 2 Roy Theo So Compton tho ntnto evangelist will conduct tho moot ings Ho Is n groat man and it will lit n treat to hear hun Services at Jl p m and at 7 p in ouch day t FROM THE WIDE WORLD Franco hits ton regiments of soldiers in AfricacFrinco Honry of Germany is ex poctod to visit Cincinnati 0 allot it March Tho Hanks of Manila refuso to roo coivo fe OHiU of Mexican silver claiming they barn no moro room in their vaults for it John Burns notialist moat Saturday Introduced hill in the Uritish Honno of Commons n orI fi120aweekUritnin over Vi years of ago IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Tho dnto for launching tho Oenn Kinjwrors yacht is set for Vet IT The Ohio Legislature has lormally- reclectc l Jmoph B Foniker as SIlUI ntor from Ohio for nix yore moro Ore to tho volni of 51000000 hoa IMXJII stolen from tho Cripple Creek mind Indepondoileo during thu last year Admiral Schley arrivotl iti Chicago Saturday morning nnd wan received with immotiKo enthusiasm br tIm proI pio Tho Maryland Sonnto hug nlloJltedI n resolution onh ring thoStatp Lihmj ring to rnmovn tho third volume Mnclays History of tho United Stn N JJThoas near ollicinl as it In possible mako them During tho year 1ithen wore in the United Status 72 sulcida 78r 2 murdors118 lognluxec lions and 135 lynching Had figures Do you know of n renttxlyiW COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Sontitor Purycar introduced hill in tho Sonnto Saturday to prohibit Sunday uxcurnioua Senator Fnrris has introduced hill in tho Legislature prohibiting tho salt cr use of cigarottos Citizens of Wurron and Allen conn ties nro Hubscribitig hauls to build a monument over tho grave of John Logan who in tho year 170S ostab lishod tho first Church in Southwest era Kentucky Kentucky has boon asked to make tngood showing at the Louisiana 1u ehitHO Exxwitiou next year in St 1Louis A bill is now before tho Le in providing for an appropri- liuu of 200000 for n State buildir antI exhibit Tho Board of Curators of the Ken lucky University mot Thursday alto noon lust and agreed to combine tii iimtitution with the Hamilton Female College Tho K U has ovor tWO sludenlH Hnmillon Collego has ICO femalo blitdcnts The University ndoptcd rorduraticn nine years ago Thoro uro three oxgovernors of Missouri in tho party of St Lotiisiaus visiting Kentucky this week for tho of il1Ulucgmss tetlOIIdistinguished men is u native of Ken Jf tuoky MORMONS AGAIN PREACH POLYGAMY New Mormon Campaign In tho West onA dispatch to tho Now York Si J110pILfto sionnries in Nebraska Kansas iii mdwere pro solyto forthoir froth They werecaro luln order to overcome in part tist tho antipathy to anything M moo tc insist that the church h been roorgauirod and that ptflygots was no longer ono of its trines proratinsisted on that polygamy has banished front thn church In n ort way it is stated that thy aro nu seeking convortto the church bocaitHO is possible in Utah nnd e where tho Mormons are tho do Input power in politics One of these missionaries is quoted as having recently in n talk with prospecti con verts that tho true Mormons hr never relinquished their olygatuo boliefs and that he expected to heel many converts because most men are by instinct polygamous and that i church govnrned and run as a lntain organization a plurality of wivits is n burdwi but n distinct help to ly prosperity Thew mixaionnr h ave bran quoting leaders ol t ns saying that tho law of pit nl nmmngo is Gat given and that Mormon need fear manmade mi They are also accused of teniptI thoir prosjoctivo converts with a p 10Ao turo of Mormon supremacy in tho turo by reason of tho fact that plu ity of wives menus larger families n udalthat ns the avenigo nonMormon Y ft nuutlwre no uton thou thrLtl chil dross in than tho whole earth will bo ferokcording to both their Bible and ll of tho Christian church olybrnt was not regarded as n sin aftIn fact these missionaries preaching tho old gospel according Joseph Smith but with moro cunning and diplomacy In tho West it is re cognized that tho Mormon church holds tho balance of political power ia Wyoming Nevada nnd Idaho which means that its very practical leaders find it easy to make bargains with tho machine jraliticans who in return for votes grant immunity from arrest and prosecution to theca blorm who discretly dosiro to continuo their old practices Even in the most fin grant cases of violation of tho anti ixlygamy law only nominal fines tealtAReesal and most of tho offenders immediately return to their wives policy of tho apostles who hr wt0at ere n one part of the country and when oruey to in Utnh Nevada Idaho or yoming Moro recently the apostles Imvo given orders to extend their do main n little further to tho oast to pdell elude Colorado Now Mexico nnd lat or it is presumed Kansas anti braska The ntitipolygamistfl in this ro glen here only recently become awaro of tho o tout of tho movement and they aro now soaking to enlist oval sympathy in their fight against t oxtouaionatllormoniArnTlaoydocl ire that the prosont missionary move afoul is intended in part to create n public sentiment that will not retard tho Mormons church growth while nt rigrrondo to gain a membership that will tho future mako it impossiblo at mmoudmBoat on Transcript ascribes tho boldness tho Mormon missionaries to tho ro n rdonee of political and judicial securi tyuTho law against polygamy roo mains largely uucuforcod because tho ouforcenient of that law III loft to nIhrn llormou stnlo Do you tttuoy flat n It Mormon juugo and n Mormon jury will convict and punish n Mormon poly mist in a Mormon town 1 Thou what to dot Just this Amend tho constitution the United States torpid polygamy all parts of the federal domain all cases of polgamy upon the deral courts whore they too is no now suggestion It was IIIUohortll upon Its practicability however and tho necessity for its adoption will yet bring it to the front There m no oth or remedy There is no other way by whichn sovereign state can bo inudo rao behave Given such an ntncnd matt to the federal constitution taut tho Mormons may go on prowolyting 111all they like Wo shall still have our IHwllyPllbUc Opinion THE REVIVAL SERVICES throughIrjhip of Hov J 0 Buswoll of Wis cllcouroGIng Worllg tocotoIIVon orb on Aen Rational appeal trained choirs etc to thoyno expense uoop oarnwtt oxIIany recentro hasuwide results gives faith to believe that ofj1FR Itthat 7th if tho lhpb1w occourag ofnoIItIl maidensragmuch moro for tho good of the servicernlago surrenders to Christ Wo know the word is whosoever and thank God for the wideuoss of His mercy but think of the possibilities or good scattered over a life conse onatouporny tiramlifetoChurch last Sunday and many morel SundayOthorregion will ho benefited Oifr prayers will follow Broth or Buswoll that ho may bo eminently successful in gathering sheaves for the Master To the new soldiers of recommendone CLARA HOFFMAN aroOno of tho events of the season is the coming to Boroa of Mrs Clara Hoffman under tho auspices of tho roC T U Her address in tho Chap el Tuesday night Fob 4 is mado free to all Mrs Hoffman is President of tho Missouri WO T U aud one of tho very ablest woman orators of tho country All tho people of Demo aro advised to secure seats for that occasion by coming earlier if theyI would hour a most masterly exposi of tho evils of intemperance N0CARE OF MEATS nun to Keep Tlitm FrmU Daring the AVwrni Wrnthrr Meats of nil Jtlmls as soon as brought from tho market If not eked lintne theotp41hoper and lay It close to the let If wntIpaper ls not handy crap It rlirtvcclotli then In paper and place near till lee says Mrs Oeslno Lomcki ItIIn the country where fresh uncut obtainable only once or twice a and where there Is no tee to keep It It may he placed In n jar or howl and cat ered with four milk tightly covered Ctrlih n lid or ward and sot on the cellar j floor It will keep thus III good condi tion for four or live dnyx particularly veal Iamb and uiuttotA- A piece of beef item the rump round rlurfibeef fs generally used for sour roast or beef a la mode Another way to keep fresh meats In the country Is to brush the meat over with salad oil nnd wrap It In brown paper rant bury two feet deep In the ground It will kern thus In good condition for n week begnor sour milk limn and Bacon should be wrapped In paper ram hung In n cool dry place JIf poultry Is drawn It Is brat not to Wash It but simply to wipe It dry In bl Isragside with n little salt wrapped In pUller J placed on n dish on the cellar floor A Icool Dont Use SpectaclesUnless thorn and if you IIRO them be sure they lit your need 1 will give thorough examination with tho above instrument FREE or ciiAnoE which always indicates the corroct glasses to use It you dont need glasses I will toll you so T A Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main St Berea Ky This will save your Lift useDrFor Consumption Coughs and Colds The only Cuarantoed Cure DruggistCURGripWhooping Cough Pneumonia or an Affection of the Throat and Lunge FREERegular Sometime o my daughter caught a severe cold She complained of pains in her chest and had a badI cough I her Chamberlains Cough Remedy according to dime and in two sho was well and able to go to school I have used this remedy in my family forthe seven years and have never known to t tailsays James Prendergast merchant Annato Jamaica West India Islands The pains in the chest indicated an approaching attack of pneumonia ce hyChamIJorlalnscounteracts any tendency of a cold to EWELCU Guaranteed Salary 900I Yearly IUIclap Utnuit cd yearly earn commissions and ettabllahldhOUfOCto secure pleasant permanent position and liber allurome New brilliant tins Write at orate STAFFORD PRESS V3 Church St New Haven Conn CIIt Repair That Loom I Homespun is coming Into fashion gain and our rjrJlI keep up CollegoIsbringoducntionhomes Wo cia pay for wellwoven linen 40 cents a yard jeans 60 cents linsey HO cents wellmatched bed coverlets to liEi Patent dyes not accepted oldfashioned indigo preferred For information address JOSEPHINE ROBINSON Homespun Exchange KY RigHRhtShoes Right Kinds Men Prices lookthomondand ourthing from an hon 5100 125 SlW and ItIllt leather shoe 175 200 225 1rowillyou money on every that money and well prove thekpair skill can produce truth of our asser tons j Large Stock to Select from COVINGTON BANKS Richmond Ky DR M E JONES Dentist MillineryStore Office DaysThursday Friday Saturday of each week MEAT MARKET 1 have reopened the Meat Market on Main Street Fresh Meats VegetablesinM B RAMSEY Berea Ky HeaderI Chi StreetChicagogreeted who ma rare to all The Inter sightseeingthroughbe found every mechinlcal and scientific Im provement of the age In connection with the trottotaken advantage of Day Night IinAnd out of all the sets 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 set tree We aro making thelbest set of teeth in the worjd or 760 and it detects show in Ivo years we give you a new set free This applies to all the teeth have made or am going to make the best alloy tills in tho world at 76 cents DR HOBSON Dentist Permanently located in the Hobsor Buildingnext door to Gov erument Building Richmond Kentucky Reference Richmond National Bank Special Price to Students I Fair Dealing Pays And that is one reason our buaipess 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 home comfortable Picture Framing Carpets Matting Ruga UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY Phone Phone 66JO S JOPLIN Richmond Ky 11 HARNESS HARNESS THE LARGEST STOCK OF HARNESS Ever brought to Berea Collar pads formerly sold for 40c our price 25o EVP else in nroportion BICKNELL EARLY Berea Ky This space reserved for DOUGLAS CRUTCHER RICHMOND KY Dealers In cools Shoes t and Gents Furnishings IITHECITIZEN SALOON SMASHING A ForRoUen Speech of Abraham Lin coin IlfOUKllt to IlKllt The editor of The IlollRlouA Telescope Las brouslt to light n forgotten speech of Abraham Lincolns In defense of women who had ticcn engaged In just the kind of work Mrs Carrie Nation wits doing In Kansas These women llvod In Clinton They were fifteen In number and almost by chance Mr Lincoln was ilresont at their trial and was asked to defend them since they lint no counsel lie addressed the court In the following speech which brought about their release May It please the court I will say a tow words In behalf of the women who are arraigned before your honor mill the jury I would suggest first that there be n change In the Indictment so as to have It read The State against Mr Whisky Instead of The State against the Women It would be tar more appropriate Touching this ques tion there are three laws flrst the law of self protection second the law of the statute third the law of God The law of self protection Is the law of necessity as shown when our fathers threw the tea Into the Boston harbor In asserting their right to life liberty and the pursuit of happiness This Is the defense of these women The man who has persisted In selling whisky has had no regard for their well being or the welfare of their hi rbands and sons He has had no fear of God or regard for man neither hart be had city regard for the laws of the statute No jury can fix tiny damn le or punishment for any violation of llv moral law The course pursued by thy liquor dealer has been for the demornl1 zatlon of society Ills groggery bis been a nuisance These women finding all moral sea slon of no avail with this fellow whit was oblivious to all tender appeal and nllkt regardless of their prayers nail tears In order to protect their house holds and promote the welfare of thN community united to suppress the nul sane The good of society demands Its suppression They accomplished what otherwise could not have been done One Cure For ttnrd Time If the worklugmen should suddenly say The money which we have hith erto spent for Intoxicating liquors shall henceforth be expended for useful ar tides and It for n single week they should turn It loose upon cotton goods how much money do you suppose would be directed Into the cotton trade In one week Not less than 3000000 If this were done all the wholesale dealers and the retail dealers would cry out Send more cotton goods down here There Is a boom In the cotton trade And If the worklugmen should suddenly take It Into their heads to take the earnings that they hitherto have used for Intoxicating liquors anti spend them for furniture how much do you suppose would be let loose upon the fnrnltuie market Not less than 0000000 In four weeks There would s then be no stagnation of trade In the furniture market George W Daln Saloon Railroaded Out Loyalton Cat was rid of the saloon In n rather remarkable way 4Inrge lumber company which was building n line of road to reach certain timber which It controlled made the proposl tion to build n depot and several box factories that would give employment to some hundreds of men at that place provided the people would given suffi cleat guarantee that no liquor should be sold In the place or within six miles of It Without such n guarantee the company that It could not consistently with Its own Interest mac large Investments there ptldIii- event of failure to obtain such guaran tee nnnouucedKs Intention of building itt pew town Isewbcre where It could control the filiation The people very wisely ngrfrtl to the terms or tile com pang Tic railroad cAme and the say loon Vf lit nUll nil reputable people are pleased with the arrangement i j Montreal subunit A recent number of the Montreal Herald gives sonic statis ities concerning the magnitude of the Interests In that city Accord- Ing to Till Herald the 400 bars of that city would measure a mile and n half of straight whisky selling space at which more than IIOOO men could drink at one time without rubbing elbows Behind the bars of that city there are not less than lOO men as bartenders or morn than twice ns many as the fire men and police of the city combined In addition to this number of saloons there are 500 groceries Itfthc city where liquor Is sold The number of drinking places provides one for each Blxityfour wage earners of the popula tlon That Is to say sags The Herald every saloon keeper has sixtyfour workers upon whom he may levy tribute for his comforts and luxuries Temperance In Aaitrla In Rukowina a portion of Austria bordering on Russia temperance socle ties have been founded recently In largo numbers anti In many villages the fol lowing custom tins sprung up The peasants bury n small cask of brandy with a religious ceremony and raise over It n mound having a cross on jtop with the Inscription To remind us for all time that we have promised to drink no more brandy A Tribute to Abstinence The new bishop of London told a recent Interviewer that his capacity for hard work without breaking down Is due to two things total abstinence and bicycling What a Doctor Say I Jiavo treated nearly 7000 cased of- Inebriety and eighttenths of that number originated from wino and malt liq uors Albert Day M D t RELIGIOUS THOUGHT Genii In Tathln8jDfrealize the necessity of them high Ideals Rev R L Iaddock Episcopal New York More Preaching of God It Is one of the supreme demands ot the hour that then be more preaehln of GodDr Frederick A Noble Moderator National Congregational Coun ell Ilunicry Heart Men sometimes go lido the pulpit In a light and illppant manner and feed the minds of their hearers when It Is their hearts that are hungry for food Dr Qullllan Methodist Atlanta No Fault to Find We cannot get along without be ilefo but they ore merely n means to an end If our faith achieves the end we nerd find no fault with ItItev Henry Madtes Baptist Slmrpsburg PaMotive True Meninre of Power Motive Is a true measure of power The man of small motives can never be great The man of great motives can never be little Christian motives are always great Rev Dr Sims Syra cuse Divorce Record a National Cnlnmltr Our record for divorce Is a national calamity ant disgrace Paltry excuses are made legal reasons for divorce The churches are empty the divorce courts are overflowing Father Gulnau Ro man Catholic To cultivate the babttof gratitude Is to make life easy and comfortable to brighten the general outlook and to strengthen the heart for any nllllctlon or sacrifice which the coming days may bring George II Hcpwortb Congre gatlonnllst New York Profanity and Intrlotlmn Those addicted to profanity are not true patriots They may shout for the flag but he only Is a true patriot who obeys the laws of his country and nearly If not quite all the states of our Union forbid profanity Rev n D Leak Methodist Plttsburg neinonilbllltr of Parent It Is as Imposslbc to grow oranges on Greenlands cy mountains as to rear God fearing children In a home presid ed over by parents whose vital ener gies are concentrated upon the getting of money and the pursuit of fashion Dr C W Byrd Methodist Atlanta Work For Every One If we have the true spirit In us we will be Paullike and It we cant do the thing we would best like to do then do what we may only let us find a plan of service for tndy no man need bo without some work to tloHeD Moore Christian Church Atlanta- In 111 Own Way Only be works In his own way not by whims and starts as men would have him and bo will not be hurried The vision will not tarry alwaysthat vision In which you 0 friend will see his purpose In you and be satisfied Rev Dr Bevcrley Warner New Or leans s Truism the Lord Anxiety fs unbecoming and sinful It denotes an entire absence of faith Anxiety In a disposition Is as If Christ bad never cone Into time world to sale sinners and that his promlwa are naught It does not repose In Gods word Bishop Hcndrlx Methodist Kansas City Mo Eternal Troth There Is a narrowness of truth and for that let us stand I believe In ad vancement I believe In progress be cause I believe In Goo I believe that human views of divine truth have been modified and Improved upon but truth Itsel Is the same yesterday today and forever =Rev R F Coyle Presbyterian DenverThe nienlDB of Work The temptation to do things for others which we could not do for ourselves especially to our children Is al most Inherent We cannot think of our children enduring what we have endured It Is better to teach our chU Oren that their future will be better for them If It Is gained by their own ef forts Right Rev Dr Brewer Episcopal Bishop of Montana The Lan of Love When Jesus Christ said If a man love father and mother better than me ho Is not worthy of me he was not laying down an arbitrary rule that might have been otherwise he was simply evincing a necessary truth that unless your love of what Is good and your loyalty to the gcod Is the most tremendous thing In your life you are Insecure It Is not what you says but what you do that determines hatouI nreHe C J Hall Peoples nacle DenverToo flay Dreamer All around us are to be found too many semiconscious day dreamers while too seldom we weet men of rent earnest purpose These men of purpose are the present or prospective leaders In all the many departments of life work We must become early possess ed of a worthy purpose If we mean to know anything about right living or If we propose to be of any service to the generation to wblch we belongDr Robert Hunter Philadelphia Stated Clerk Presbyterian Synod Man Real Personality A man discovers himself when ho recognizes that his real personality Is the nobler and aspiring clement of life and pours the wealth of his endeavor Into this teal life thus discovered when ho understands that the good in his life Is not a passing phenomenon of the heart rare and unusual but the essen tial thing In his soulthat It Is not a shadow but the thing Itself when he sees that that Is what he is In the depths of his being and that cell Is a veil and a dreaa a deception and n lie In his soul Bov J MM i Mercer Bcgttet Phlbitfelr THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON v FIRST QUARTER INTER NATIONAL SERIES FEB 2 Text of the lcnoii Aet Iv 1SJ Memory Vrrnen Sll Joldm Text Act Iv t=Coinniriitnry Preimrei by llev D M Strnriin Copyright by American fitn Awoditlonl- I 2 They prenchcd through JPSII tin resurrection from the dead It was thi that Ahey taught the people nn they preached unto them tlIIllItllll and re mission of suns through Jesus Christ It Is not at dentil that the believer eaters Into the fullness of the benefits of re demption limit nt the resurrection for nl though absent from the hotly 1I1I111rItlIl vltli the Ixml Ism gala nut veryfur bet ter yet until time company of called omit ones Is completed whether they nro In heaven or on earth nil are waiting until Jesus shall come again fur hurl rvenl will bring the resurrection of the Just not n resurrection of nil the dead but n restir rcctton of the righteous from among the rest of the dead like the rvxurructlon ol Christ and of those saints who rise after Him Matt xxvil B2 Kl Rev xx 5 m 3 4 For their fdUlifuliicx to ChrUI and ills doctrine Peter and John llnd themselves In prison but while they were for a time liouud they could rcjoUo lint the word of God was not bound and we rejoice to read thnt many who hrnnl Is llcvetl and the iiumlwr of the men wai about CiUOO What a grand inhering from Israel to the glory of lHrai1n Men slab for the gospel was nut yet prenrlui to the gentiles erlmptrr x1106 Tills great result was the work not of the aiNwtle but of Him who when on earth Kild on one occasion Glru ye them to nit and then used the apostles to feod the SaO with bread which He had pruvMet- lC7 By what tower or by what name have ye done list They asked Christ n similar question at one time Mutt xxl 23 but not for any good ronsmi Like Rome people today they could not totor ate anything that dud not proceed from themselves But we must nuwnber thnt all that U tint of tied shall come to naught Isa Tilt 0 10 810 It thrills one to hear Peter declare to these rulers of time people that this work was wrought by Jesus of Nnznreth whom they had crucified but whom God had raised from the dead He knew that these teen could kill him as they had killed Jesus but he had no tear for br was filled with the Spirit It win n good deed which lad been done to nn Impotent man and It hud loon wrought by Him whom they delighted to own as Loral sad IIIIlu the latter part of thus story verses 1SKM they do not ask In bo delivered rom farther persecution but only thnt they may have boldness to speak His word and power to honor His name 11 12 This Is the stone which was set at naught of you builders Rend here Gen xllx 24 Isa viil lh zxvlil 10 IV cxviil 22 Xech III 0 Iv 7 I Pet IL 4S and wv what a fruitful sim Ire you have In this stone which wonr drously speaks of Christ Read also Dan II 41 45 and be sure that you are In the Rock and drinking from It Kx sxxlll 22 Isa xxvl 4 margin I Cor x 4 There Is no other foundation and no other salvation II Cor ill 11 Isa xlr 22 They were familiar with time words God Is my salvation Ian xII 2 Kx xv 2 Is cxvill 14 but they these rul ers would not accept Jesus as God They were Ignorant of Godn righteous ness and going about to estnlUli their own which In Gods tight was only filthy rags Horn x 4 Isa xliv 0 1314 They took knowledge of them that they had lxcn with Jesus Like their Master they had not leer taught In the schools They had not the wisdom nf man but they end wisdom and power which man could not give them The power of Christ manifest In us Is the strongest kind of preachlnj and when they taw It not only In the apostles but In this poor helpless beggar Jhcy could say nothing against though In their hearts they hated It for they were but carnal and the carnal mind IS enmity against God Paul so coveted the power of Christ that He would glory In In firmities If only the power of Christ might rest upon him III Cor xII 1M7 What shall we do to these men Having sent the apostles aside they confer among themselves nit a corm ell on this to them Important matter and they determine that any more of such work as the healing of Ibis Impotent tuna In the name of Jesus must nut U tolerated Why do they Imagine a vain thing aril rake counsel against the Lord He that sltteth In the heavens shall laugh The Lord thai have theta In de rision 1s II 11 Their counsel Is vain their purposes against the Lord shall surely be frustrated for every purpose of the Lord shall be performed Jer II 29 see also Isn xlv 2J Think of mortar man determining that the work of time Lord Gal Almighty shall spread no far timer How plainly vUlliIo Is the one be hind the a ere the devil who would If he could dethrone Goo and who will be fore Ids Until overthrow gather the na tions against God Rev xix 101 1820 We cannot but speak the things which we have seen and heard This Is their reply to the command not to speak nil nor teach In the name of Je Ins nnJthls command was from the foremost religious people of the tiny with the high priest at their head whose lips should keep knowledge and who ought to have been the messenger of tbe T ordpf Hosts MM II n Let any one now preach the whole truth concerning the second coming of Christ the resurrec tion of the righteous the restoration of Israel no kingdom till Jesus comes etc and he will not fall to find prominent religious rulers who will If possible stop that kind of teaching 21 22 With some further threatening they were let go without punishment be cause the people were all glorifying God for that which was done So they went to their own comlmny of believers and told all that tbe chief priests and elders had said unto them and with one accord they lifted up their voices to God the creator of all things and told Him all and left it with Him OJ king only for boldness to speak Ills Word nod that through them He would honor UIs name The Lords answer was to shake the place and Oil them again with Ills Spirit amid cause them to spook boldly as they hall desired verses 23 to 31 Relieving that they were on earth for God they feared not the face of man Like Abram who being blessed by the Most High God possessor of heaven and earth be wanted no favors of the king of Sodom like Xcrublmbcl who feared not the ad versaries and took no help from them Gen xlv 22 23 Ex Iv 13 1NNN11NNN1N1N11111NNN11N1N1NNI1N1 NNflSe NNN111NN11NN1 N11N11NNNNNNNIINN1N1NNN1 THE SCHOOL I THE HOMETHE FARM Nfl L NNNNNNN111N1N11NN1N1N1NN1NN1 J SEVEN THINGS Ity K C lUNnniCT In Irntfieol Teacher There is n widespread Tooling of dissatisfaction with tho schools amid yet therein acquiescence because it in belioved the results for ninny reasons cannot bo bettor It in generally nl lowoa that tho cause of tho small roo suits lioi in tho teacher employed If you allow n teacher of considerable experience to state his view of tho case it may do good- I lately visited it friend living in tho country tho Rchoolhouso in a neat nut commodious ono tho salary paid is a vory fair one but tho parson employed in ono who cannot pro duce any but very monger effects Ho ciimo from an academy where ho had spent two yearn in study ho had teal ou a farm until ho wits sixteen then got n plnco to work for tits hoard and attend this academy Ho in a well meaning person but without fixed ideas concerning lifo and its duties My friend said ho wont front the school to his boarding place und spent mot of tho timo in ten evening in reading tho newspapers That he was responsible for tho moral growth of his pupils did not scent to have been considered In try teaching I kept before mo scroll things to bo accompHnhod IThere are certain arts to IHJ learned ns writing speaking computation 2 Certain knowledge to bo impart pel about tho earth and ourselves how tminIknowledge of clvlct is to be imparted doallortainwl hero again wo could refer to tho hula take tho Beatitudes for ex ample Blessed aro tho pure In heart etc The effort of Jesus was to instill principles rather than forms G The beautiful has a placo in od ucation u Behold tho lilies of tho field 17 There is a philosophy of lifo to be loarncxl It Why am I hero every ouo will ask and ho fools nn answer must bo given The catechism proposed this as tho First elites thou Now I hold that tho teacher must keep all these seven lamps before him day by day H will not do for him to say ho made all those good spellers in the school at that is a small thing to do of course ho should have undo them good spellers and have dono a good deal more lie should have pro pared his pupils to attain tho chief end of man Do not think I am propos fag the teaching of religion I certainly do think tho teacher should bo- n religious man What think is tho groat defect is Iho narrow aim that only two of tho seven subjects I propose are kept before the teacher in his daily work The men who make a living by fishing use big nets Jesus said ho would make his followers fishers of men they would affect tho entire character Now it may be thought that whoa a man is capable of managing these seven lines ho will Ira so capable that tho ordinary school cannot hold him This is probably true There are com munities on tho lookout for the ablest men and they estimate teachers by their power to do more than manage tho first two linen mentioned above That shows that tho real teacher no matter where ho is must have all those seven boforo him A single point further thoso that aim at largo results will attain the smaller ones but the reverse is not true Those that aim merely at spoiling will not form character Those that form character will arouse loop interest in spelling correctly it will bo fort to bo a duty YOUR POSTMASTERIs agent for Tutu CITIZEN Give him FIFTY CENTS anti ho will send it to us mind wo will send you Tho Neatest Cleanest Newsy Newspaper you ever read fifty B ono each week for a year POSTAGE STAMPS TAKEN Working Overtime Eight hour laws aro ignored by those tireless lilllo workers Dr Kings Now Lifo Pills Millions are always at work night and day curing Indigestion Biliousness Constipation Sick Hoadncho and all Stomach Liv or and Bowel troubles Easy pleas ant safe sure Only 25o at all drug stores r OLD CLOTHES Somo Matters of Interest to the Thrift Housewife Not a romantic subject truly but Otto that is of interest to tho ueonom seal woman who wishes to get time worth of every dollar alto opundH A great many mothers are worrying about clothing for their little ones who have enough material stored away in old trunks and boxes to mnki tho necessary garments They bnvi never thought of tho possibilities In old duds Bring them out to time daylight and look thorn oyor careful ly IVrhnps there is a suit of lathers considerably worn but containing enough good maternal to make n suit for a idle boy Take it all apart brush time pieces and if badly soiled wash them in warm soapy water Af lot rinsing and drying iron on the wrong side and it will look much bol ter than at present Thn ne xt stop will to got a pattern situ plait it ou tho goods to Hit how to cut it to tho Ixjitt advantage choosing dm be st parts for tho fronts of tho pants and other paths that ttveivu tho most wear A plain sack coat is easy to umko and very pretty Finish time uelgo with machine htitching hone nut gutta porclm buttons mire much more durable than clothcoverwl ones and more nuitablo for boys clothes Small dull plaids or narrow stripes rote dark plain cloth are utmost suitable for lays clothes If tho material is too light or faded it may bo dial any darkcolor you wish with diamond dye and tho little man will bo murh bettor Riitisfiixl with them than if they Wore loft tho aamn color they we ro ivheti some ono else wore thorn Underwear for LIttle Folks Underwear for the little folks may often bu made of tho brat purls of tho knit underwear that th6 older members of the family have dicureleel Truss tho se ams open anti cutstitch thom down on either stile they will not hurt limo tender flesh Those that lire fulled up too much for this make good unelenthii Cut tho lower part or tho shirt off gather tho upper edge met sow them to a sleeveless mudlin waist Finish the lower edgo with narrow taco crochotwl of rwl yarn Me ns light summer suits aro nice for skirts also and look very neat when rimmed with braid or n row of foath tr stitching done with silk or wool round the upper oelgo of the hoUl- PZtM all tho sonata and it will RIM greatly to its appearance TO TAKE OFF OLD PAINT It is very seldom now that you MO a painter burn off old paint with a spirit lamp or torch though there are still n few who stick to tho old moth xl Tho easiest way to clean paint off wood or oven metal is to mix lime and salsoela pretty thickly in water md thon apply freely with a brush After short timo tho paint eau bo icrapcel off without dillirully Any amateur can use this recipe only a itHo care is advisable as the mixture viiirenuovoskin front the hands or taco oven more rapidly than it willi remove paint front wood or VtlMittx Globe Democrat To soften water for laundry pur posts when you havo no mum water supply it is a good plan to draw tho water three or four days before it is needed for use and lo exposo it to the air This will render it ejuito soft and will make soap either entire ly unnexos iary or at nny tale will make n very snail quantity of it sum dent Places the Best Educ Over il0 Teachers SOU College Library In ICo Trade Scliools Carpentry Print Aloelol SclioolH General Eelucat For those sufficiently atlvnnc Applied Science Two years COl and Domoatic Normal Course Two years wit Academy Course Four years College Music Rood Organ Choral tree Wo are here to help all who will h1- cation Our instruction ill a free gift- to meet expenses of tho school apart r for board in advance Expenses for t 12400 about 114 to bo paid in advau The school is endorsed by Baptists eta Presbyterians and good peoplo c For Information and friendly advicE WILL O GAMBLE TURNIPS FOR STOCK Turnips have been raise on a largo scale for stock Tho drought early last summer made fool of nil kinds so short that when tho August rains wet tho soil enough to germinate Hoed tummy acres of stubblo laud were turned over mid sowenl to any crop that would make forage In tho few works loft before tho time for frosts No crop that was put in has given hotter returns than turnips English farm ors place grunt dependence on their crops of turnips these with straw lsb forming tho only fowl of largo locks of sheep Tho winter climate of Eng land is milder than Hint of our own so thin shicp gnaw the turnip bulbs nil wiulor This is not practical in our more sovoro climate but in thin Into fall and early winter they could harvest the turnips anti feed them selves at tho saute limo Dry cows and rattle of till kinds relish turnips in thin cold weather and they can 1m kept for them in pits caves or root cellars Turnips impiut n disagreeable On vor to milk nnd butter anil should not lo furl in tho dairy unless feel direct ly after milking at night They do not contain as much nourishment ton for ton as beets butthosmall amount of work ivquirwl to raise a crop of turnips compaml with thnt required to rise a crop of lccbi makes them a profitable crop Crops of small grain are always off the ground in limn to raiso n crop of turnips The nerd h a stimuli item and thn crop will always give n fair return and tiny yield a largo profit on the investment Those f who IIIIVH trial turnips ns a second crop this year are well sntisfioel with tlu ir cxpurimcnt Many bushels nf turnips taro lien sold In tho neigh Iwiing towns anti carloads hare IXHMI flliippexl to tho Inrgo cities Profitable crops for thin farmer mire increasing in numlxir and charts to raise two crops on tho same loud in one year nro ali tho increase More cattle are kept on the scone cumber of acres than mss done In yearn prone by At farm lands raise in price smith become scarcer ns tho century rullall and the demand is for more cattle moro hogs moro sheep moro butter and choose the same acres must prodiuo mol as they jIltdionsoil and iacrenso this proeluctlon Tho scarcity of eggs and tho high pricewi that have ruled should induce tho farmers to give the lions their pro per placo on tho fnnn As a ruin all live stork ou fauna receives attention being well nholtfr I null rOll but the fowls nro supposed lobe able to large N ly provide for themwlven Tho plan may result in till fowls Mug able to exist through the winter but lime hens do not lay Even if supplied with grain time fowls reef n moro nitrogen outs rood in addition ns eggs cannot bo derived from rood that is lacking in tho oloimintft required for their production Tho main raise of bus not laying in winter Is that hey nro not kept in warm runners As noon as the weather becomes warm time hens begin to lay and they will lay in winter if made comfortable BUY AND BUILD Treasurer pI Oslwrno has Hororal fino building lots MI in iljfTcront parts of limo town for 1f 11buildumu BEREA COLLEGE 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troubled with and you lire curtain to be delighted with the prompt relief which thoy afford For salo by S E WELCH JR silo Edward Blake College Student SheldonhKirk The Cntefirlait f Ihttlii Klrono ilolxrt llarJui tin1MV CmiirluM liW in U CufComing up to his room In Hankln hall nt thin time In his nummert ex iwrliiice IMwanl fouiul a teller In his Utter box from Mrs Preston It was ilntttl nt the Houtheni carp and con tained Hewn that made Kdwnrda thoughtful face grow even more wrl OUH ns lie rend on After Mating In n tow linen that Kd jvarils loiter to her Inclosing Vlllln had KM to her trip south to Icnrn how her son wan doing Mrs Preston went onIt elm me much rain much more than ran IIIUU Mr mate to ny thai Wllllt bti Itllcn Into eNl win down heir He was In the habit thatMmr him to glue up his atctrt odet ttiptxn and IU the setae alone knew I tolled whin r he vat horn lilt holiday ariaon IK told rot M had tree ilrlnklnf some It mmrd my Uee to you I hue no doubt that Willis should Ines 1M done on Chrlitmia day tail year rnymllly knew it ll time that ht rn indict to IK away Sum myntrilnt 10 that bt could more firtly In logge In rro lns hitlt Hut alt that at nothing rumiirrJ with tht horror fel irunlnc on nt at I see Into what Ida habit has Toon don he cam dawn Into Ibli tamp Tb limy canteen li a corutant Mil to the soldiers set It has wen the one great source of trmpta to my wn htrr I hue asked myself a thou 1ash Ilea why wr irotcnmrnt sanctioned thl il f1ruillit ftrrr am only a poor weak worn an ant do not know ill about the nun Itthnl JI tional liwi alluwi the army i ntrn to sell liquor to III own soldier within their own ramp and arteally tempts hundreds cf toy Ilkt mini y maintaining and ilefendlnc by law an Inilltullon that li killliar more bodies and souls thin art per skin oa bittlefltldi of all lhi nilloni of ward put together eI ram down hen two rearo Tht second day lilt I ran I found Wlllll Intorintrdt II wu iw an duty and the olenw was not punish cd Tree Jays aco M was put In the guardhouse for Iniulllnf ao olScrr whllt under th Influence of liquor Yesterday be was taken from Iht riitillKHiw to the tamp btxplul and he Inn then now raging with a fjrtr tM camp fever that hat Brady prorrd fatal to several of the erg bent And I am sitting here In the tent by ibis lO- ad mine telllnj you at hU shame and of my an Kulih I do not know how Ihla ferer will let MIallows nit to Mrt hU body what hope hut I for bla aoult The report now tome that the red meat may be ordered to actlra arrrlcc In tht Iblllrplnea In tbt fill If Wlllli reraTen I do mt think any pleading on my tort ran percent lbe0 log And from what I learn of rondUloni In Ma alia rum and the whisky and the beer flow like water In the streets and all through the ramps threat God I nnnot help crying ai I think of what It will mean to my only boy la there no spot on earth under our Sag wber our ao railed Christian cirllltatlon ran prohibit ttllf Even the papers printed In our own coun try the magazines that art published by real of Culture and tduratlon by mm who lit In cuts honed pews on Sunday and complacently pay n much a year to support the gospel print gnat ad iftl rmeit In which the liquor dealer Mast of the carload of liquor that bare Lan shipped Into the Philippine since those islands Inhabited by n railed heathen berarot our property And these liquor adrertUementa whirl pay such a fit nrenut to the publisher of thri n railed jour nail vf rltlllutlon Ian our Chrtttlan preachers and our clutch member and our Inner home elf ilea and whit do we do about lit Hut oh wont of all it this army canteen low shall soy boy mist list hourly temptation thrust w hideously and persistently In hat firtl Ul Illak I say this to you knowing that you hire tome to lore ray ion and knowing alto that your Influence orrr him hit been greater than- CItII my own at limes I almost with be could die here If only be died sober and repentant lather than rise from this illness and out Into this world la tall ai t am sure be will till Into this hell And If lit falls at whose door shall wt put part of the blame In loda great Judgment shall the heal of Ibis nation be counted culllleut Wall Iht rfvernment unpunished Wlllli pas a little volume of poem In his hind He asked for It ai soon ai he was brought here teem th cuardbouw In hli delirium lute tried la take the book out of his hind but ht clings to U to that nnnot tenor It lit has edly mentioned your name and alw your rliirra If there wn iny of jour doing anything for Wlllll by coming here should beg you to come but do not tee how It would do iny good If you pray pray for me The good God help mil Pot all tile aeemi mockery LvcilK lluarox- ProtmMy In all IIR liCe Kdwanl had never felt more deeply movcdthnn by Ulna remarkable letter from his churns motherHe It again and for the first tine In his young life n horror JrewI up In trim toward thin liquor business an Indignation that was destined to burn In his soul nil his life started from tile fuel cast luto It by that mothI ers bleeding heart It was the very next day that Ills new experience with tho new presl dent cOllie to hhn lie was In tho office answering n tow letters nt the presidents dictation Tho president was going away for a little vacation In July and several Items of college business were being dispatched before lie went About 10 oclock In tho forenoon some one rang tho bell and Edward whose table woe nearest the door opened It Is the president In the man standing there abruptly asked and without waiting for nn answer the man seeing President Royco at his desk stepped into tho otllce Mr lliinkln tile president exclaimed as ho rose Yell air replied the other stiffly I thought I would come and see you IMtHoiwIly on the mutter we have hue o torreHpHiidlng alwnt The president looked at Ida visitor with a light In his eye that won luW to Edward He wens rnlin and dlgnlllcd but there was tho look on his fnro of those who face battle 1n1Blcrctnry nothing to conceal as to the olijeet of my visit In tact the nooner It Is made public1 to the trustees and to time world all the better No doubt replied the president and he looked directly nt Mr Hnnklii Are you willing that Mr llliikc take down n report of our Interview for publication I Mr Itankln hesitated a moment He hail come In evidently under great ex 14g gar Im ullMno to lutes the inter view rcitortal- cltemejit Ho was n florid man with a tendency to corpulence and looked as 1C he might some time be In danger of apoplexy Yes sir Im willing to have the In terview reported I have nothing to conceal In tact I have spoken to no that one of the trustees about the mat ter And as far as 10111 concerned I am to have It go out to nil tile wurlttIYou may take a report of the con pressgdent ns he motioned Mr Itankln to n scat And daring the next half hour IMwnrd Blake college student put down on paper one of the most eton lulling Interviews that the educational world of modern times hit America ha ever known CHAITER V You understand my views perfectly well on the matter of Professor Clarks teaching began Mr Hanklu after a pause during which he made a same what successful attempt to eaten him self Yes I think 111o If your last letter to me expresses exactly your views It expresses them just as I want Your answer to that letter Is my ex ruse for this personal visit I undo stand from your reply that probably nothing will he done to modify or re strict Professor Clarks teaching In hits department Do I understand you cor toothy r- You do sir replied the president quietly Then of course you understand what I shall do Walt a minute exclaimed the Ares ident while the light In his eye lash ed In that sane way that Edward had noted before Let us face the situa thou just as It really Is Professor Clark has been teaching In hope col lego now for live years Ills depart meat of political economy mind history has attracted students front other states Ho has to the best of my knowledge been teaching In Ills tic partment the very truths that young men and women In n Christian college ought to know Of late he has begun a series of lectures on the moral as poet of economic question He has begun to apply time principles of the sermon on the mount and the golden rule to business methods rind he has cited certain speelllc klndsjf business that do not square with the teachings of the Bible Now sir as under stand your objection one of the kinds of business cited by Professor Clerk happens to ito the kind that you are engaged In and unfortunately It does not IwpiHm to square with the golden rule In every particular and you want the college through Its president and board of trustees to ndvlso Professor Cleric to modify his lectures or even cense them altogether because they are offensive to certain men who have ben financial friends of the college You have even gone so far In your cor res andenee with me as to threaten to withhold n bequest to tin college un less these lectures of Professor Clark aro discontinued or modified Am I right In my statement of the facts It Is your way of putting Its ex claimed Mr Hnnkln with growing ex cltiincnt Professor Clark Is teach lug partisan doctrines In the class room They are the same IloctrillesI that are being advocated by nut sir Interrupted the president a Professor Clark has done nothing apply the teachings of the Hlble modern business life If the 111tl happens trf tally with one or two of party doctrines you mention Is his fault r I say ho has no right to be tenchlngJ such stuff In college That Is not what he was appointed to do It Is none of his business to pry Into the methods II of my business shall I allow my son to sit In n classroom and listen to a professor who calls me III so many words n liar and n thief In my IlIstI nest methods I didnt know that Professor Clark land ever mentioned your unnie In tho classroom remarked the president I a mildly The angrier Mr Itankln grew the calmer the head of the college con tinued to be He might as well The teaching IB an Insult to every student that docs ally thinking The department of po litical economy Is not the place for partisan or religious Instruction There lire n good many others who feel Just as I do President Royce your are provoking n storm of protest from all quarters that will prove disastrous to the welfare of the college I am not 1Shame In this matter There are n good many men who have heretofore helped the college financially who will not glue It ncent In the future until the teaching In the department of political economy Is different from what It now In Will you answer me one question Mr Itankln tho president asked after a pause whllo Edward as much excited In hits way as Mr Itunkln was In his turned over a lent and waiter for tho next word Do you candidly think that Pro fessor Clark has been right III his con elusions as to the moral aspect of car tale business methods Entirely aside from the question as to his right to advocate such teachings In his depart meat Is the teaching Itself true Do the methods of the business firms that he mentions In his lecture square with the sermon on the mount and the golden rule or not 1 That has nothing to do with tho question retorted Mr Haukln ai his face grew redder than ever under the excitement of the moment The chair notIquestions The economic questions o the mercantile world are separate and apart from religion You cannot mix the two I know they very often are not mix ed In any great quantity replied tile president calmly but I was of the opinion tho world Is just waking up to the tremendous fad that all economic questions are In reality moral questions anti that tp leave morality and religion out of the discussion o them Is really to fall to discuss them at all If Professor Clark In his lectures ccrrotain transactions In the mercantile world are contrary to the moral laws of Gods universe then It seems to roc that he Is teaching In the department of political economy just the truth that has alwaysneeded to be taught and If It had tKCn taught by professors of po litical economy years ago we might have a different business world from the one we have now I do riot understand the matter as ltauklnsand It Is no use to discuss It Our tall ure to agree In our correspondence shows the plainly that we never can ont In this Interview I understand plainly that It Is your Intention to do nothing In the matter or the board trusteesI r know win action tho board of trustees may take replied the pros dent slowly but I for my part shall never attempt to Interfere with Profess or Clark as long as he teaches what is e teaching now I may say In fact that rejoice In the work he Is doing and I shall uphold him In It for the good of the students and the college generally Then the college can look to some ono else for funds to build up Its endowment replied Mr Kanklu stlflly I do not give a cent to time Institution as long as tho present method of struction Is employed by the professor of political economy As I said foroMr e Ilaukln rose antI moved across the study1 am not the only man who feels this way Hope colleg- will lose thousands of dollars as long as Clark Is allowed to teach his doctrines Tim president rose and stood calmly by his desk lie looked thoughtfully nt Rankin but did not speak I shall Inform the trustees of my determination sir It Is possible they may have different views from yours sir It Is altogether possible they may- said the president quietly MrIlauklnbad reached Jhe door I bid you good day air tie Mid coldly and went out te president remained standing for a minute with a look QU his faqe that Edward understood In part at least In the Intense stillness that followed Mr Unuklns departure a good deal of thinking was going on In that little roomFinally the president broke the sl lencfc by saying The time will come Blake when It will not be believed that such a scene as we have Just witnessed could occur in Amerlc1 It is simply one mnnl fcstatlon out of n good many that you and I may live to witness of the anger nnd opposition roused by the greed of wealth and acquisition when brought face to face with time teachings of Jesus It Is the same spirit that he faced and rebuked In his own age when he said How hardly shall they that trust lu riches enter Into the kingdom of heaven Edward hesitated to ask any ques tions but from his experience with the president he hail come to love him tore titan hcfenrcd hum What effect will this have on you sir he ventured to till The president did not answer for a little while Ills face was very thought ful It depends on the attitude of tho trustees I do not know how n maJorl ty of them feel I know tint some of them will urge the need of the money at Just this time In our history Of course It Is public knowledge that tho college Is very much embarrassed just at present for funds But what shall we do my boy In the face of such a situation ns confronts us now Shall we yield to the demands of men otI means who do not wish certain things taught In college when that teaching conflicts with the very methods which have made possible the great wealth o the plea whj object There Is n great principle at stake here It Is the sacred right of tree and unrestrained speech when that speech Is perfectly right and proper and Imperatively needed for good of an educated man Professor Clark Is giving his class lu political economy exactly the ethical truths they need to train them up III ways of Christian Integrity III business affair That Is one of the things this college was founded to do Italic college was started by devout Christ Ian taco who put Inthe charter the words We de sire to found n Christian college where the foundation principles of the Chris tian religion shall be Inculcated no less thou the humanities fwd Indeed made foremost In the training of the youth who shall receive Instruction there If this purpose of the founders of the col loge Is to be carried out It eau only b done by making all our Instruction vi tally Christian There Is nothing In subject of political economy that bars It out of the Christian education In deed as I told Mr Hankln the very foundation of any true political crop o my must be Its moral account of the relations between wan and man 1m that la just what Professor Clark has begun to do If the actual result Is a necessary criticism of the business that Mr Hankln makes hie money by It Is of course unfortunate for him personally but It does not disprove the truth of Clarks teaching and It certainly ought not to put n stop to It The president was silent again and Edward began to understand some thing of the seriousness of the question that faced time president mid the colt loge For the first time also lu own mind one of the phases of mode wealth getting became clear to lIe was not old enough to realize loo much It meant Hut Ills sturdy generally clear sense of justice placed his sympathy at once with the presi dent Even to the young college sopho more the question new ns It was to his mind seemed to have but one answer It was a monstrous proposition to putt before men that they were not to In vestigate or discuss the methods em ployed to acquire wealth If It was go Ing to arouse the III will of men who had money to give to the college When that III will took the form of a direct bequestlitassuming to dictate terms to the col lege which It could not for a moment submit to without dishonor and the loss of those principles on which It was originally established Possibly some reader of this part of time story of Edward Blake will he Inclined to think that time author has drawn en tirely on his Imagination for this scene between the president and Mr Rankin I may say that the president of a colt lege recently showed me n letter writ ten by n wealthy donor In which n threat was made to withhold n Insg Bum of money from the college unlfss a certain professor who occupied the chair of political economy were r moved tram tlio Institution on of the nature of his teaching witch according to the best judgment of a majority of students and teachers was not unChrlstlan teaching but distinct ly and positively Christian The pro lessor was not removed In this In stance I believe that the history of educational Institutions In the United States would If truly written disclose very many similar attempts to dictate the nature of the teaching In college on the part of men who do not desire to have wrong methods of money mak ing studied or discussed Charles M 6heldonJe Two weckslater the president finished his business and went away for a little vacation The matter that had been discussed so frankly between him and Edward would come up for action before the board of trustees when the college opened again In the fall Mr Hank III had been ns good as his word In talking with as many of the faculty and trustees 03 he could find In Ray nor during the summer And the sub ject would have created more excite went than It actually did If the college hind been In session and then6wsef the war had not been so prominently uppermost July came on and Edward was almost entirely alone In the hull The stirring events of the battles of San Juan and Santiago and the destruc tlon of Ccrveras fleet together with the surrender of General Torah and the departure of the fourth division of regulars from San Francisco to Manila became history Then followed the overtures of Spain for pence and the statement by the president of terms by which peace could be secur ed With the beginning of August It seemed as If the brief war were almost ended And yet out there across the Pacific the war cloud grew larger anti tin situation more serious President Royces words were prophetic when he returned In August and In talking with Edward ns they resumed their work In the library study he snld There will be n long struggle In those Islands and It will take a very wise man to predict nil the results We have problems formed by this brief war with Spain tint will require n good ninny years to solve The best statesmanship and the best citizenship and the best missionary service will be demanded of the United States In the next quarter of a century If we would make the history we ought to make as n Christian nation These events and experiences made a memorable summer for Edward Blake There was one week In July when he was sorely perplexed as to his exact duty to his old roommate After silence of several days regarding nI lis condition Mrs Preston wrote ho was very low The next word tllatI came was merely n line saying had passed time crisis of his Illness and would recover Edward would have left Itayuor at that time If his going- f to the camp would have been any help But Mrs Preston dissuaded him frgm coming knowing the great expense anti so Edward remained time whole summer In Ilnynor ns he had- e planned to do Late In August Willis himself wrote a brief note saying lie had made up his mind to go with tho state regiment to the Philippines Mrs Preston In the same wall also wrote a letter In which she spoke of Willis i determination not to go hack to college until he had actually dono some flhtIng Ills illness has not tamed hU spirit In the lent the wrote lie li n circled and Indifferent to all things serious ai he always wai The surgeon to day pronounced him to be In a splendid oonlUion for full recovery If only I round look forward lu rmydisciplinehope can have when I rod that every wholesale liquor house In the United Stake li preparing to ihlp liquor by the lain and ateamiMp load e Manila n soon n the truly ii ratified and the li lands ore ours I do not fear all tie dangers and parteagain Wlllli says that he Ion written that Iw expects to be able to be In JUrnor and out at openslithim Ai much n might wish to hero you with him I cannot peg It of you knowing glut the 1army life at In brat li demoralizing to ill the Impulses Better fir flnlih your college tonne end then go out Into the world to fight the real casein of the republic In the drape of greed end selfishness and this liquor traffic which hit Mh at the bottom of It That le my prayer for you LfciLE IBBITOX TO HZ CONTINUED A Clirn for Iomlincu- V n Williamson of Amherst Va ImlTlredrrom toorn Ea1INecessary Expenses for Twelve Weeks School Pmoni who hOArd thcmrclvc on peed much or Ilttto they choose on living expttw- It pny to burn a little extra money forlcct urn broke and olhcrtMnKX But the nccewtr- yexpcascaemonlraullowa To pity the first day School Incidental Fie Kx nio IUlFfe IHOWAIIDpeiixra llllObIIIIILont llvncral Ikpewit Robin nice lableetci Fuel mul Oil a s 00 Rent nf laundry Fiat Jlotitha Board 500 500 1725 1875 phenawTn pay daring the term i 150 Beginning Vd Mo Board S 00 500imglnnlliKSd olhJlrd SIX 7SOlnllIITorn Expense lit Wf eka 27 73 37 711iFor those blow A Grammar driest the 13 for book uid fl from Incidental tee making the total only ajaiTS When four girls room together each tares II on room and tl or more on fuel making the total only 3178 Ifcluweil below A Grammar thoutrooms stoves ee can usually be rented for from b to to a term Th price or n big calf n little tanlmrk or n few liotuentpnn bedmrer will given term of ulinnl witch all rtiango one whole life fur the htterl r rind To Conquer or Die ul wits just about gone writes Mrs Rosa Richardson of Laurel Springs NO1 had Consumption no bad that tho best doctors said I could not live more than a month but I began to use Dr Kings Now Discovery and wait wholly cured by seven bottles and am now stout and well Itt nu unrivaled lifesaver iu Consumption Pnenomonia La Grippe and Bron ehitip ii fallible for Cotighp olds Asthma Hay Fever Croupbr Whooping Cough Guaranteed bottles JOe and 100 Trial bottles free at all drugstores LOUISVILLE HENDERSON ST LOUIS RY DOUBLE DAILY TRAINS BKTW- U8NLouisville and St Louis lPulllnILJ IRWIN Q P LCUISYIILC KY r I 4THECITIZEN I rDONT LOCK YOUR DOOR No thieve In Ililn country 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Burr Boils Soros Felons Ulcers Totter Salt Rheum Fever 1 Eruptionanteeu Only 25o at all drugstores t CITIZEN SUBSCRIBERS 11 ATTENTION I Please examine tho dnto of your subscription eloso to your name on your paper and if you havo not paid up to date and in advanco kindly Bond enough money to pay arrears and n year aheadYours very faithfulfy TIlE CITIZEN MANAGER Postage Stamps Taken IIsIIsi1H NnNNnLOCAL AND PERSONAL NNNMNMNMNN N1NNNHN Miss Helen Hunting is quite ill E L Robinson was nt Richmond MondayMiss Nollio Harrison is quite illat her homo Mrs W J Tatum is visiting rela tives at Richmond Miss Xanuio Lakes is suffering from heart trouble Miss Mattie Alcott loft for her homo in Covingtou on Monday Miss Lavie Fish visited liar parents at Wildio Saturday Miss Clove McWilliams of Whites Station is visiting in town While playing last Saturday Prnitt Smith fell and broke his loft lgJWo are glad to hear of Miss Alinys having recovered sufficiently to Sumo her cooking classes President Frost has boon on tho sick list but is well enough to bo out at this writing iMiss Bessie Fish of Wildie wasI hero last week on a visit to tho family of A T Fish The Junior Endor vorere were entertained at Ladies Hall evening by Mrs Sara L HORgI Deputy Sheriff Preston says ho hns for collection over 1700 of delia queut taxes in the Glade District Tho Misses Cravens entertained Masers Maltby and Ernst at theirI home Monday evening A good times reported If you keep canaries or any other seedeating birds you will find the very best seed for them at Dr Corne liuss drugstoro The heavy rains of Sunday night caused n elide in on the railroad abovo the tunnol and trains woro delayed for a while Tho selection of Borea postmaster s causing much anxiety to some and allare waiting breathlessly further developmentsSome Beroa hogs must bo athletes in their line We still see many of them enjoying their liberty spito of a hog law guaranteed hog proofPerhaps the largest toad of corn over shipped from Borea was shipped Saturday Mr Sam Deathorago shipped ono hundred barrels to Rich mond The price was 3 per bbl fo b Berea OUR COUNTY NEWS The oil talk still continues around the Bogie farm on the Kentucky Riv or There were 1G5 licenses issued tt white persons by tho County Clor last year and 13 to colored persons during tho same timo The Powers farm on Silver Creek containing 435 acres was sold last week to James Wiehl of Lexington by T S Burnam for 35 per aero Mr P F Adams of Richmond has just loon notified that he has success fully passel this civil service examina tion Mr Adams took his examina tiou sometime in October Isis many friends sincerely hope that ho will soon be given a good position unde- Uncle Sams protecting winglfeya ter Tho now School Board will try to make a satisfactory settlement of af fairs in regard to the Colored School of this city The position of Suporin tendent and Principal havo been abolished and each teacher is now compelled to report directly to tho Board of Education All tho teachers who were dismissedlsomo weeks ago aro reinstated upon the under standing that unless the attendance justifies retaining them they will stand dismissed on the charge prefer od when the former actionlwas taken All teachers will receive tho same pay and teach tho same grades ns hereto fore It is to be hoped that this plan will work and the dissatisfaction among the colored people will bo a layedllegI8ter NNNNNN NNNNNNNNNN YN I CORRESPONDENCE j 11-ROCKCASTLE COUNTY SCAFFOLD CANE Mrs Lucy Owen has returned homo lifter n months visit to her mother at Mitchellsburg Ky Mr John S Gndd hind n public sale of a number of fHrining tools nod some household goods at his old homo Mr Gndd will Make his future homo in Richmond whore ho will keep a restaurant in partnership with his brothor in law Mr John Murry Mrs Laura Jones closed her school at Livingston anti id homo to stay She began teaching u private school hero Monday with n very good attendance Mr Oeo Owen who has been vis iting his father and mother nt Lovel has returned homo Mr Bon Jones of lIitchllM1mr is visiting his brother Mr Frank Jones of this place Mrs Stella Blazer is visiting her father and family in Ohio Mr Harry Blazer lilt Mrs John Blazer lire on the sick list this week but are improvingDISPUTANTA Mr Ooargo Copo and Miss Sarah Miller were Marriott Jan 22 Rev L Rowlett olliuiating Messrs Jamus Hammond nnd Wil liam Anglin visited friends nt lloren ThursdayRev W Lambert of Boone vis iced friends ou Clear Creek Saturday and Sunday Mrs Margaret Shearer who has been very sick is HOIDO better Mr James Heath and Mrs Nannie Croucher were married Jan JO Rev J11 Lambert olhcinting Tho residence of Crinmtin BrumilU burned Jan IS with nil its contents W C Oggwill reopen his general store very soon Miss Annie McQuiro who was re ported sick last week is hotter and will ho able to tutor College next WIHk Miss Pnrriu Lw Abnoy visited your correspondent Saturday mind Sunday Etta Anulin wh has INMIII veiling Mr and Mrs AT Ahnoylin4 returned homo KNOX COUNTY CAMPBELL An occurrence that might easily have hind n tragic ending happened in our neighborhood short time ago on the old Judge Golden farm on Brush Creek now owned by I quire James B Trooper A large rock of solid freestone globonhaped with n diameter of 25 feet one way and 20 feet the other way without warning broke loose from its bed on n cliff or bar of ledge rock on one of the highest mounnin tops in Knox county and fell about fifty feet just glancing the cliff before striking tho ground fairly Time land nt tho point whore thin mans struck is very steep and continues 80I for perhaps two hundred yards Mooting no obstacle hors this monster ball continued to descend the mountain Its course was through a dense fprest of beech maple hickory and oak of very largo size through which it swept a path as a mower sweeps away he frpiss iiiilh his scythe ns J1rut okwas tho bank of a hollow it tried to leap Falling back into tho hollow its mat Taco of more than half a mile carne t an end not more than seventyfin yards from the dwelling of Mr Tros per nt tho foot of tho hollow when tho huge rock now lies Only a fun persons witnessed this almost cams trophe but the noise of its leaden and tho crashing of tho timber up rooted and torn away by tho inqpfcte was heard three miles Hundreds c Cotrrespondent have sinco visited th scene and viewed tho rock and thi pathway it cleared for itself down thci mountain side FRANCIS DL REFS OWSLEY COUNTY BOONEVILLE Circuit Court is in session at thii place with a crowded docket Tho Green Hill School at Soull Boouovillo is progressing nicely will about 3G pupils in attendance P P Reynolds nnd wife are occupy ing tho property of Mrs Herd al South Boouovillo James Goodman of this place broke his leg n tow days ago by a horso falling on it while crossing the ice P P Reynolds has been ill Core few drays and was unable to attend school He is improving I Brother Ragan the pastor of the- M E Church on this Circuit is hold lug n protracted meeting nt South Uoonevillo On lust Monday evening while some parties were going homo from Circuit Court and roar V1 Thomass n serious ditliculty arose between them and time result was that George Scott amid two of tho Brewer boys wero seri ouslytvoundtvlandsotueathersslightly whiskey GABBARD 0 n Gahhard was at Booneville Monday nnd Wednesday R W Minter wont to Boouovillo Monday on but ides lieu Ed Parker of London spoke nt Boonovillo Monday tin Is n can didate for Congress Circuit Court is in session nt Boono villa this week with II C Faulkner Williholl1probably be tried infOrluClltlllltrifle Monday in which six men went engaged They fought like tigers until they eniptiedtheir pistols There was not nmnu of thesix limit what was shut or cut but it is thought that nono of them nro fatally wounded O eo Scott was shot through tin wrningIr JACKSON COUNTY KIRBY KNOB Mr Jack Mullens pns rd through this plnco on Um wwy to Themes Mr Curtis Parks mill wits burned Tuesday morning Mohlerluyphutt last week- S B Combs commenced school nt Kirby Knob Jan 21 Mr Win Williams was married to Miss Nannie Smith lust wiek Leslie llntfiuld is visiting relatives at this place Miss NornClick has returned from McKee with the intention of going to school Mr Rolkirt Diy and Miss Catherine demons were married Thursday I hIIWin Powell officiating Cattle buyers are pawing through hew nod buying almost nil the cattle in this neightxuhood Rev flogan nnd Mr Schrnm cnmeI to hold services at this place water was so high they could not get outMr Hpgan will como tho third Sun day of next month Wo have had the highest water hero tint wo have hind in several years NOTICE To TilE CITIZEN I have tho honor to inform you that in lieu of tho many discharges that will occur owing to the expiration of term of service in time United States Army there wilt bo a groat many recruits enlisted for tho different branches of the service As thoro are ninny in your district that would outer the service if tho above wore known I would respect fully request that you mention the above in your paper ROUT D REAP JR Captain 10th Cavalry Recruit lug Officer IlKMAnKABIt CUIIK OPCIlOUl A Ilttlit llojrn nice Hnvrtt I have a few words to say regarding Chamberlains Cough Romedy It waved my little boys life anti I fool that I cannot praise it enough bought a bottle of it from A E Steers nf flnodivin S Dandwhen I got homo with it time poor baby could hardly breathe 1 gavo tho medicine as directed every ton minutes until ho throw up mid then I thought sure Ho was going to choke to death Wo bad to pull tho phlegm out of his uiauth in great long strings I nm positive that if I had not got that bottle of cough medicine my boy would not bo on earth today JOEL DEMONT Inwood Town Forsalo by SE WELCH Jn A KlrrnmiiiClonnCall I stuck to my engine although ovary joint ached nnd every nerve was racked with pain writes CIV hell amy a locomotive fireman of Burlington Iowa I was weak anti pale without nay appetite and nil down As I was about to give uprunI got a bottle of Electric Bitters after taking it I felt ns well as I overdid in my life Weak sickly rundown people always gain now life strength nnd vigor train their use Try them For sale lit all drugstores Prico CO contsI l MATTERS OF MOMENT WITH FEARFUL EFFECT 11 TO THE PEOPLE OF THIS AND ADJOINING STATED A Knrinrr Armani of Douliln Murder Placed In JnU tit luiiUx IlkAd nilral Nli cy e Program An Old tilltllorlllll cud annuity Loulavlllo Jan 2tDcmty sheriffs landed In jail horo J U Jowoll a Spencer county farmer nccuacil of Double murder Four of mob violence was the cause of the transfer to this city The hilling for which Jewell was arrested occurred In Spencer county Marlon Itrunor and Jowoll hind been enemies for a long time Their farms are n nr Mt dun and trouble arose because of trespass by hogs and a die lmte over a line fence Ucforo tho trusedy Jewell war walking along a road that run through tho Hrunor farm Jowoli i friends say Urunor and his two sons suddenly arose from tho roadside and attacked him Tho father and one son were armed with axes and the other sun began to throw snotiM Jewell who carried a double barrel shotgun fired both barrels Urunor fell mortally wounded lUll son Joha liner was Instantly killed end David Itrunor the othor sun was stiKtuly wounded Jowoll csoapod but was arrested without resistance at time hums of a relative by night dcpuy hernia who surrounded the bouloI CharQes Acalnst a Bookkeeper Louisville Jan 8AllIcrt P nero man formerly Individual bookkeeper of tho Thlid National bank city was arrested on a warrant haudIon no affidavit made by National Itsamlner IL It Garrett with uuklnc false entry on the banks Lcoki amounting to 110026 German wax arrorftml svveial weeks ago on hank1faddollars had been diet orerud In bta ac counts lie was released on ItOOO bond but as the result of further vatitlga lon he was rearrested In order that the amount of his bond might bo Increased Bronlow Renominated Bristol tenn Jan 24 Itcprcienta tire Urowntow of the First Tennessee district was renumlnated for congress by this Republican executive commit tM subject to the approval of tho Re publicans of the several counties There will be no opposition to the action of te committee SKVKN MKX rimsiiKi Fire Attiirk a Lumber Cntup In time WIM of Writ Virginia Wheeling W Va Jan 22sear tho town of Ilambleton Camp Five of the Otter Creek Hoem and Lumber company took Ore and burned to mjidly that seven of ttte 10 nee asleep In the building failed to get out and were burned to death FollOw Ing 1s a list of tho dead John Morris Icy Jake Riley Ueorgo Van Horn Arthur Hedriekf Thomas Hlrkey Mike Grannon and INirrest Manurd Hud Welch was so badly burned that ho Is lu a critical condition It was not more than Ave minutes from when the alarm was given until there was no chance to escape The building was 22x25 feet the upper floor consist- Ing of ono room and In this the 10 men woro sleeping Two very small windows and the narrow stairs afford od the nl avenues of escape pad those who went to tho windows a dozen or more had to jump 12 or 1C feet tho others rushing down tho stairs like sheep pushing nail falllnc rtuisla Blocked It Paris Jan 23lit view of the state meat macho by lord Crnnborc tbo Ilrltlsh undersecretary of state for foreign affairs In the house of com mons on tho subject of representations made to Great Hrltaln before and after the outbreak of the HpanlshAmcrlcan war the following explanations throw IUb1jcetIntervention of the powers In her favorGreat Hrltaln took the same atti tide as Franco and Iho other powers She neither refused nor consented to join In collective action All tho pow ers were hesitating until they ascer tained the Intentions of the others Russia settled the matter by the late Cont MoravlorTs blunt rejection of the proposal Governor Taft Home Clncjnnatl Jan 27Clvil Governor William II Taft of the Philippines arrived home It was the governors Intention to hurry on to Washington on Tuesday but the death of Mrs liar rot his niithorlnlaw caused him to alter his plans and It will be several days before he reaches the capital Said Uovcnor Taft The only an swer I have to make to tho Ideas of individual observers who declare that the true condition In the Philippines Is being concealed or that we arc hug King delusions of peace that can never bo brought about Is that the govern mont Is concealing nothing and that Its conclusions are not based on wild theories but substantial fuclsIMiss Stone DJumalaEuropean Turkey Jan 21IMiss Stone tho captive American slonary and her companion Mmol frontlor1Thethe negotiations for the release of tho captives have arrived at Honlsko about 30 miles southeast of Djurnola and will probably pay over tho ransom money Thin Infant daughter of Tsllka has been christened MmeI t Illjh Explosives Let Go In the New York Kapld Transit Tunnel EIGHT KILLED HUNDRED INJURED Property Damaged For IJlocUnArnurtd stud the lo May ICxceed Ono Mlllliui Ctuteu t the Accident Scenes New York Jan 28 The reserve supply of high explosives stored at tho Park avenue shaft of the rapid transit tunnel now In course of canilrucMn blew up time giant blast kllllnit Ight persons Injuring 100 others and ci rl ously damaging all the property reach ed by the flying debris nail the vibra lion of tho shock Tho Irregulary square formed by tho Murray Mill ho tel on the west tho Manhattan eye and car hospital and tho Grand Union hotc on the cast and the Grand Ccn tral railroad illation on the north was the scone of tho explosion Tho build tags named sustained tho great st damage but the area affected extend ed for several blocks In the four direc Lions from the center Time sunken approach to time street railway tunnel used by Uo Madison avenuo tine cut through Park avenue nnd the shaft of the rapid transit subway was run down betide It at time Intersection of East Fortyfirst street The street railway approaches wire housed over with a superstructure tiled for tho operating plant of the rapid transit contractors Temporary buildings for storage purposes were thrown up against the superstructure at the mouth of tho shaft and there the explosion occurred It tore n great gorge In the street demolished the temporary buildings ands part of tho superstructure and sent a masa of earth splintered limber and twisted Iron high In the air Much of It wont battering against tho front of the Murray hotel and although th walls and main structure of ihst bulling stood the shock nearly every room in tho front of the hence WM neck The Manhattan eye and oar hotel a on time cast side of tneavinur find nearly us badly and had to bo nban dammed by the manat mnit The UrauJ Union hotel lost lilt of Its windows and glass partitions and pririloiiy every front window In the OUtlt C a Iral station was shattered Elmo Jroat clocks on IU front lowiv were blown from their cases Thotttnnds of win dove some of thorn seven blocks mm the tunnel shaft full In fragments It was the shower of broken giuw and falling debris that Injured time gruatusl numberThe of tho explosion and tho quantity of expioslvw that blew up vIraIroom and that MsterMrchanie Will Liam Tubbs lost his life In a desperate attempt to quench It b ore It reached the deadly fuel Another Is that It re sulted from a spark produced by stray current of tlcctrlclty A third placed the blame upon a blast In Iho tunnelThe damage may azccod flOOOono Thu first estimate on tho Murray Hill hotel placed tho toss at 100000 but later the hotel was abandoned as un sate If the building Is condemned the loss on It alone will approach U 000000 The damage to the Grand Union hotel was estimated at 10000 nnd that to tho Manhattan hospital at J2fi000 The loss at the Grand Cen tral station was entirely hi glass at was that of thin 100 or more ocher building affected by the oxploiloti No cstlmsle was mado of the losses sustained by limo rapid transit con tractors Tho dead so far as known are Cy rime Adams clear man a the Murrnv hotel James Carr 32 a wallet employed at ibo Murray limit hutoi IIcln 2tinf Ansonla Conn J Roderick of Nnttnn IL C a guest at the Murray hotel John II Thompson assistant engineer WIl- liam lor Charl s Tubbs master me chanic for Contractor J A Hhaler Preparing For Henry New York Jan 27 Representa lives of the various German soclttiei of New York city met to further cr shier plans for time reception of Prince Henry It was decided that there should be a torchllrht procession on tho evening of Feb 2C tho same even ing on which the newspaper men of the country will meet time prlnco at dinner It was announced that Dr Von Hollrben had given his sanction to the plan It Is stated that moro than 3000 marchers will be In line and Prince Henry will review tho partmade from the building of tho Arlon society Next Senator From New Jersey Trenton N J Jan 2IA successor to the late Senator Sowoll has been chosen The Republican caucus for senator selected on time nineteenth bal lot John F Drydcn of Newark presi dent of the Prudential Insurance company Tho vote was at once made unanimous The ttnpubllrann havo a majority on joint ballo of 4a which assures tho election of Mr Dryden as tho caucus action Is binding Yeomanry Captured Pretoria Jan 23A fow days ago a party of 35 natives were cutting grass at Llndlquo Spruit escorted by 2D Imperial yeomanry Tho party was surprised by 150 floors and after a gallant resistance In which six of the Uuers and one of the Urlllsh force were killed were forced to surrender 1