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Digital page images are linked to the text file. u 1 REV JOHN DODWCLL Mgr WUh xtr tag xtaR or Editortud Cur rooINItK- Mltrttl at 1oIl gpier at horn Ay ns condc- LaM MnUsrn5er VOL Hr A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY FEBRUARY 6 1902 Fifty cents a year NO IDEAS l Bo sober bo vigilant becaus etc Peter 68- Spring will soon bo hers Get out your plows harrows etc and make necessary repairs J While the ground is frozen in a good timo to top dross wheat You can URO H sled to advantage Before a Norwegian girl may marry in her own country she must demon strata that she can hake knit and spin TAKE NOTICE Rov II R Hogan will preach nt Wildio on Saturday night at GWnnd on Sunday morning at 1080 Rev Dr Burgess will preach in th Tabernacle nuxt Sunday morning t the children and their parents Th topio will ho Going away froti- home Appropriate pictures talus tnitlvo of the parable of the prodigal son will bo shown FROM THE WIDE WORLD Typhus thu dreaded disuaso of tho uplands of Mexico is spreading in an alarming manner A tremendous galo swept over the English Channel Saturday and Sunday The Outdid mail bout was drift ing about for 30 hours with u large j number of passengers ulroanl but no aHNJHtanca could reach her up to lute- sj account Sunday t IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Nearly seventeen million doll rx has boon appropriated for the St IjOUisWorldH Fair up to date Secretary l ago in oITerud tho idency of tho international Raukiu Corporation at a salary of S100000 yearLwdiu M Shaw of Iowa succeeded Lyiuan J Gage of Chicago as Stem tary of tho Treasury taking tho oath of otliceSaturday Tho Presidency of WiftcouHin Uni versity has beta uttered to 1nvtidaut Charles Bashfonl of tho Ohio Wos loyan University Tho Illinois Central railway is about to substitute a system of tele phonic on its lines in place of tho tolo graph It is believed that train des patching will bo quicker easier and safer under tho now system Roprommtativn Arthur Union of Ohio has introduced bill to abolish the Circuit Courts of tho Stnto Arthurs plum contemplate increasing the Supreme Court from six to ton judges and increasing tho salary to 7500 This would compel cases on appeal to go directly from th Common Pleas ourta to tho Supreme Court COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY The Y M C A dedicated build ing for railroad men at Corbin IyIJon 10- Tho Civil Service Commission has appointed an examination on Fob 20 in Louisville for internal revenue serviceA well of flue lubricating oilI has boon opened near Henderson It is thought it will yield 10 barrels a day Tho well is 2H toot deep Last Thursday tho jury ln tho case of Jim Howard for the murder ot Win Goobel rendered a verdict of guilty and fixed the penalty at life Imprison wont Senator Whitehead of the Whitloy district has iutroduuod bill In tho Legislature giving to the women of Kentucky right to vote for presi dential electors A bill to change tho eutiro voting system of Kentucky has boon favorably acted upon by the Sonatu in adopting tho bill of Senator Farris of Lancaster to return to the Viva Voco syHtoni in Kentucky elections Thu bill is now before the house Gov Beckham did not hesitate to nay in his speech before thu Missouri fine lost week that ho favored an upI propriation of sutlicont size to give Kentucky an exhibit at the St Louis Worlds PaIr that would place her right in tho front with sister States From present indications the minis sion of the delegation of prominent St Louis citizens all native hornI Keuluckiaus to tho State last week in the interest of a creditable Kentucky building and exhibit at the Louisiana Purchase Exposition in St Louis next year will be entirely salts CactoryI1 THE CITIZEN PHI IJItL1i GOOD BYE OLD CHAPEL On Thursday last Jan 30 at 2 p mtho College Chapel hell struck as usual for the close of rhetorical sinuses Within a minute afterward it hurriedly tolled its own requiem Tho firo alarm turned all eyos to seek the canon which was found to bo a cloud of smoke escaping from tho roof of the chapol at tho north end Within throo minutes probably five hundred people were at the scene and the crowd soon contained almost tho numIborAll that prompt mid vigorous action could do was brought to bear Tho fire extinguishers were quickly man nod Tho buckets of water always on hand wore brought Into requisition A formedapass longtwas already doing its fatal work in tho attic Very soon tho lames began to appuurou tho outsidoand they rap idly oxteudod toward tho other of the building More quickly than can bo described a hundredactive men had removed from the main room tho prized pictures of old Borea workers on tho wall the piano and organ pulpit books tho pows und owns U1V6t of tho windows together with tho studytcud tho rooms of boll ringers and janitor Our enterprising photographer Mr C L Ogg was present early with his Qtmura cud took a Korics of views which will lie highly prized Mot of spectatorsquiet anftombly in n general way one might Hiippoyo that some trivial affair had called them together But if ho wore to conic close to individuals ho would sue serious faces and hero and there a tear hu would hear suchre marks an tho dear old chapol and Can it ho posibleTall exemplifyin- the adage that still waters are feel out Every now phaso of the specta cle was commented on for tho perfect calm allowed tho volume of llamo to fro directly upward and so there was no anxiety about other buildings to dmtrnut tho attention In quick sue cession portions of tho roof and walls fell in constantly varying tho view For some minutes nearly all that was loft above the foundation walls was tho framework of the belfiy tower htauding like a lonely sentinel Final ly at 25J or fiftyone minutes after tho first alarm this too camo down with a crash falling directly toward tho descending sun and the sensa tional part of tho program was over Sometime before tho old hell ta which wo have listened on an average fifteen tunes n day for about fourteen years came crashing to the ground whore its molten fragments wore largely found next day Its hurried tones as it warned Beren of till danger will linger long in many memories re minding us of tho traditional dying song of tho swan About two hours past midnight as the year 1870 was coming in tho day on which the United States treasury resumed specie payments tho writer of this personally saved tho last article which was rescued trout the old chapelwhich stood near whore Is our present primary building At tho close of tho winter term of 18SO nearly twenty two yours ego he hall charge of tho closing public oxercisostho first treating in the chapol just departed Looking back through thu vista ol these years what n host of associa tiers crowd upon the memory There students have snot with teachers four thousand times for morning worship There twolvu hundrod church prayer uicoliugs have boon held There the young 100110 have been mingling their songs and prayers There have been hold tho services of tho sanctua und hundreds of times have tho sacred emblems boon used cowmem orating tho Lords death till Ho shall como Thorn Christians have como closer to God and ono another in ro rival efforts and hundreds of souls have boon born front darkness into light Verily tho old chapel dodicut4 od in prayer has loon thousands of times until ovary port of it seemed sacred The very build ing had como to breathe forth nu od ItIIlmemorios bodied spirits to help on the work be gun bf the dear building in the body Jt is pleasant to know that no ono is to be blamed Only a divine rove lotion of warning could have averted the event It is touching to note tho prompt offer of the other public buildings of tho town for immediate use of the college Happily the tab ernacle can at onco be utilized Tho 500000 insurance will begin the larger chapol which we had come to need but it cannot cure the grief for tho old friend which had become a sanctuary mid ill a single hour wentI up as a holocaust L V Bell Schedule Commencing Monday Feb 8 ami- dfurtheruntil notice tho arrBngomenls- or lolls and exercises for Boron Col loge will bu as follows STANIUIIU TIME 610 Rising boll ono Breakfast Bell 730710 Morning Study Bull 8250 Second Period Doll IMF U25- 10DO111G Chapol Boll Lesson Periods Recesse120180 Afternoon Study Boll Hour Doll Close Study Hours fi3rifi15 Supper Hell 010 Vesper Hour v 730 Evening Study Hour 930 Warning for Curfew 1000 Curfew SUBJECTS USED BY REV J 0 BUS WELL AT THE RECENT SERViCES REVIVALI Sat 18 Sustaining power of Christs Love 2 Cor 01115 Sun It A M Tho Power of tho Holy Ghost Acts 8 P M Christian Conversion What it is not and what it is Matt IM3 Mon 20 Purixwo of Christs- Life Matt 121 ygWed 22 Things Wo Know 2Tim 112- Thurs 23 Day of Prayer A M Importance of Bible Study Ps 11911 PM God isII OodoC Love tho Bible is a Book of Love 1 John 3 1 Fri 21 Some Reasons IVh Men Will Not Congo to Christ St John 5 40- Saturday 25 Blind Bartimeus Mark 10 4052 Sun 20 AM Gods Purchas ed Possession Eph 1 11 P M We spend our years as a tale the is told Ps 900 Mon 27 Eternal Punishment Matt 21i40- Tnl8 28 The Christians Ar Ulor Fph6eTopics of 3 oclock Bible Study Sat 18 Fruitbearing Sun 19 Preparation for personal workMon 20 Prayer Tues 21 Faith Wed 22 lea VI Thurs 23 Rev Burgess spokuon The Holy Spirit Fri 21 Entire conformity to Gods WordSat 25 The baptism or aunoint ing of tho Holy Ghost Sun 20 Young Peoples Meeting Subject Bondage Joshua 1 Mon 27 Special prayer forspecial cases Tuos 28 Joy Workluc gl limits Un- Theres no rest for these tireless lit tlo workers Dr Kings New Life Pills Millions are always busy cur ing Torpid Liver Jaundice Bilious aloes Fever and Aguo They banish Sick headache drive out Malaria frsover gripo or weaken Small taste mice work wonders Try tlu m 2i5o vat all drugstoflI YOUR POSTMASTER IICJTIZEN Cleanest Newsy Newspaper you over road ono each week for u year POSTAGE STAMPS TAKEN Dont Use- Spectacl es Unless you need them and if you use them bo suro they fit your noelI will give thoroughexamination with tho above instrument FREE OP CIIAWIE which always indicates the correct glasses to use It you dont need glasses I will tell you so T Aa Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main St Berea Ky This will save your Life useDrw For Consumption Coughs and Colds The only Guaranteed Cur DruggistCURESDripWhooping Cough Pneumonia or and of Throat and Lungs FREERegular Something ThAt Will Do You looil We know of no way in which we e of moro service to our readers othan to toll them of something that will ho of real good to them For this reason wo want to acquaint them verybestcoughs colds and that alarming corn Chamberfit withsuch good results in our fami ly so long that it has become a house uywe any time and again prevented croup Tho testimony upon our own ex perionce and we suggest that our those who have smallchildren always it in their homes as a safeguard against croup Fatr Guaranteed Salary 900 Yearly Men sod women of good addrcsi to represent forlocalestablishedhuuato secure pleasant permanent position and libel al Income New brilliant lines Write at once STAFFORD IltKSS 53 Church St New IInTcn Coup UA Repair That Loom I Homespun is coming into fashion again and our iris should keep up Collegeisbringeducationhomes j can pay for wellwoven linen IWo a yard jeans 60 cents linsey well matched bed coverlets 11 to K5 Patent dyes not accepted oldfashioned indigo preferred For information address JOSEPHINE A ROBINSON Homespun Exchange Banut Ky An Independent Weekly Devoted to the Interests of THE FARM SCHOOL 60 CENTS A YEAR t DO YOU LIKE FINE SHOES Of course you do but perhaps you dislike to pay five or six dollars tho price asked for most fine shoes Suppose then you try a pair of tho world famous WALK OVER SHOES Tho shoos that won first prize at the grant Paris Exposition over the whole worlds competition They combine all the fine points of the highest pric ed shoes but sell for only 150 to 100 a pair All styles of lasts anti leather to select from Our assortment of Mons Shoos is second to none and our prices are positively the lowest COVINGTON BANKS Richmond Kv DR M E JONES c Dentist tMillineryStore Office DaysThursday Friday and Saturday of each week MEAT MARKET I have reopened the Meat Mar ket on Main Street Fresh Meats Dressed Poultry and Vegetables in SeasonM RAMSEY Berea Ky Special Notice to Our Header This paper li on file at the odlce ol The Cbl- liner Ocean 1OHWI10 rill Monroe Street Chicago where our reader will be courteously greeted who may rare to rail upon The Inter sliht11I1Ibronghbe lound every mechanical and scientific Im provement ol the age In connection with the needs ol a great It Is a rare treat hnuldbe Day Night HOME Three Years in Richmond And out of all the sets of teeth that have been made at my office if there is one sot or any sots that show any defects I will make a new sot tree We are making the best set of teeth in the world for 760 and if defects show in lyeayears we give you a new set free This applies to all the teeth I have made or am going to make tho best alloy fills in the world at 75 cents DR HOBSON Dentist Permanently located in the Hobsor Buildingnext door to Government Building Richmond Kentucky Reference Richmond National Batik Special Price to Students Fair Dealing Pays i7 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 Now Rockers Ladies Desks Couches Dining and Bedroom Furniture and many attractive articles to make the home comfortable Picture Framing Carpets Matting Rugs UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY Phone Phone 66JO S JOPLIN Richmond Ky HARNESS HARNESS THE LARGEST STOCK OF HARNESS Ever brought to Berea Collar pads formerly sold for 40o our price 25o EVP else in nroportion BICKNgLL EARLY Berea Ky A Fire N a ecq NOIB IIISPECIAL TO STUDENTS and Citizens of Berea I yourChapelPow has had his burnt a finer See I his spring styles They are just what you are looking for WE GUARANTEE SATISFACTION You can get our goods front Pow at tho same price we charge in our store Douglas Crutcher L Richmond Ky i I THE GLACIERS ARE GOING According to Professor Fore who has made a special study of the Alpine glaciers during the pas twentyfive years the day of the glacier is gone They arc dctcrio rating slowly but with steady per sistence nnd diminution become more marked from year to year There is only one exception to this rule Hint of Bovier in the alley of Entremout which since 1892 has shown continuous growth The fa mous glaciers of the Rhone have shrunk 755 meters since 1874 or nu average of twentynine meters a year Many have so changed dur ing thepast few years tKat old tour ists after a few seasons of abscnci have failed to recognize them Some hotels once standing in the immediate of glaciers are now at a considerable distance front them to the serious loss of the pro prietors Pall Mall Gazette A Consistent Hater Mateo Renato Imbrinni the Ital ian politician who died a few week ago was noted among other things for his rabid chauvinism He hated particularly the Austrians and Ger mans When he was editor of the Pro Patria the news editor ohi morning got a telegram that Rich urd Wagner hall died in Venice Hi forthwith took the speaking tube and informed reply was u volley of abuse in which he made out a few words like Cana glia muxica itnliana Tedescol Ls morte Ignominia II nostro Del linil Miserabilil The news editor ventured to sug gest thnt nil the same a daily pa per was obliged to take some note of happenings in the worldof art Not a wordy came back the an Bwer and not a word was printed about the death of Wagner Who Was the Poet The name of a poet together with the bulk of his only notable work is lost People in literary circles re e member just one verse and that a very striking one describing the stars as follows Above the clouds and ttaipttts rice Atrou yon blue and radiant arch Upon thdr long hlh pilgrimage I watched their glittering armlet march Efforts have been making for some time past to ascertain who wrote this verse where it was pub lished what is the name of the poem from which it was taken andwhere the remainder of the verses can be found The poem is said to be an old timer of American origin but the facts about it are shrouded in I mystery New York Herald A Candid Bookseller President Roosevelt was once traveling in Idaho and passed a bookstore in the window of which was a copy of his Winning of the West Going into the bookstore he Who is this author RooseveltOh said the bookseller hes a ranch driver And what do you think of his book i asked the president Well said the dealer slowly and deliberately Ive always thought that if he had stuck to run ning n ranch and given writing books hed have made a powerful more of a success at his tra e Such a Treasurel The Philadelphia Record tells of a prominent woman in that city 1whoclaims to have ono of Pndcrew t tears in a crystal locket which t the wears around her neck While claiming by all she holds sacred that it is one of Paderetfskia tears she is equally reticent as to how it came into her possession and how it found its way into her locket Moreover she is quite indignant if people joke about it One young woman asked if Puderewski had wept in his hand kerchief and then loaned it to her to wring n tear from She promptly cut that young woman from her- f list Hardy Scotchmen Andrew a short time ago was in conversation witha friend who was inclined to be very complimentary He told Mr Car negie what a splendid gift his library was to Edinburgh and so much more needed than any other charity in the city as the statistics that for a great many years there had not been one death by starva tionthereThat answered Mr Carnegie does not arise from the number of charities in Edinburgh but from tho impossibility of starving a Scotchmen New York Times Stole His House Charles Kirman of Chicago at one time had a frame dwelling at Twentysecond and Lincoln streets t lIe thought it was still there until he visited the place recently and was surprised to find the house gone All that remained of his property was the vacant lot the neighbors carried awaytho house piecemeal and the ar i ffrested several nearby residents and charged them with the offense HOW TO INDUCE SLEEP College Presidents Plan For Over coming Iniomnla Assume nu easy position with till hands resting over the abdomen Pros dent Hyde of llowiloln suggests In Tli Outlook discussing the mutter of sleep lake n long slow but ratty and natuni breath In such a way as gradually milt gently to lift the bands outward by thl action of the abdomen At the sum time slowly and gradually OIMII the eyes RO that at the end of the Insplni tlon they are wide open nnd dlroctei upward Let the breath out easily ntu naturally letting the hands fall Inwnn as the outward pressure of till nbdo men Is withdrawn At the same tIme let the eyes drop and the eyelids hate rally fall by their own weight go thin they arc closwl at the end of the espl ration Do all this quietly nud tmtii rally Do not make too hard work of It Repeat tho Inspiration mid explrn tlon with opening and lifting dropplw and closing of the eyes ton times Thot tnke ten breaths In the same wny allowing the eyes to remain closed Al ternate ten breaths with tho oponlnp nnd closing of the eyes When the eyelids begin to feel heavy and you fee tired and sleepy as you will very soon go through the motions more null more easily nnd lazily until you merely will the motions without making nay effort or hardly nay effort to execute thorn At this stage or more likely In ono ot the Intervals of breathing without any motion of the ryes you will full asleep Nervous persons will have some dllll culty at first In the gradual opening and closing of the eyes They will tend to fly open and then snap together but aa putting salt on n doves tall Is n sure rule for catching the dove PO this grad ual and easy opening mid closing of the eyes In rhythm with quiet natural breathing once secured are almost equivalent to dropping oft to ileep This rule Induces the respiration that Is characteristic of tionnnl slotp It tires the set of muscles the tiring of which Is one of the favorite devices for pro 1 icing hypnosis It produces nUll calls attention to certain sensations In the eyes and eyelids which arc the normal precursors of sleep Finally person who mare had dllllculty In going to sleep report that this method puts them to sleep and puts them bnpk again when they wake up too soon How to HcraoTc n Tight lung To remove a tight ring take it needle lint In the eye nnd thread It with troig but not too coarse thread Then tnY carefully pass the head of tilt leedlc under the ring In the direction ot the wrist By soaping the needle beforehand you facilitate matters laving done ths you pull down n few aches of the thread and withdraw the empty needle Then wrap the lung end of the thread round the finger toward the nail and take the short end unwInd It The thread nnI agaInst the ring gradually works It 10 matter how tight It may be Slow to Make Kronen SonmlISoak onehalf box of halt cupful of cold wnter ot any fruit Juice allow about ono pint ot sugar Heat four egg yolks till creamy add half the sugar then add the fruit juice and remaining sugar Strain It Into a pan set In water DLv solve the gelatin over the lire and train It Into the mixture Stir constantly nnd as It begins to thicken add one pint of cream that has been whip ted Turn It Into a mold nnd pack In Ice and salt for two hours Slow to Make nhubarb Jcllr Skin and cut one pound of rhubarb In small pieces Put Into a saucepan wllb me cup of sugar and a sump piece of resh ginger root and cook slowly until loft but not broken Soak two table spoonfuls of granulated gelatin In one Ililt cup of cold water until soft then strain Into the hot rhubarb with two tablespoonfuls of lemon juice Mold chili and serve with a garnish of whip ted cream lion to Make Eyelashes Grow Red vaseline 2 ounces tincture can harldcs one elghth ounce oil oflsv ender oil of rosemary 15 drops each Apply to the eyebrows with a tiny toothbrush once n day until the growths sufllcleutly stimulated then less of ten This ointment may be used for the yelasbcs also In thIs case It should be very carefully applied It will In lame tho eyes as any oil will If It gets nto them How to Mnke fleet Salad Meet salad Is especially good when tender new beets are used Boll the beets and when cold cut them Into dice Cover them with tarUire sauco lade ns follows Chop very tine a mall piece of onion n sprig of parsley nnd ono or two pickles depending up on their size Add to these a cupful of lajonnalsc dressing and a little finely hopped tarragon IIor to Ilroll Shad floe To broil It wash and dry the roc with are not to break the skin Place It on- t well greased broiler and rub It with otter once or twice during tho time of rolling Cook to n nice brown place It on the planked shad or a separate llsh and serve with a butter sauce Slow to Slake Chocolate Fllllnir Add bait a cupful of water or milk to wo cupfuls of brown sugar butter the sIze of an egg and half a cake of choc late gritted Doll until thick enough to spread between the cake layers Shopped nuts and raisins may bu used In tills fl I if6- oJ how to Yellow JVlille Lace I White lace may be changed to a reamy hue It powdered saffron Is this Jolved In water1 Into which the lace Is pped More or less of the saffron 8JhtJ1 be used according as the lace- S tob cream colored or ecru t THE CITIZEN THE SUNDAY SCHOOL eiSSON VI FIRST QUARTER INTERNATIONAL SERIES FED 9 Text uf the leeou Acts ttu to t 11 Memory Yemen aaUnldrT- cxt 12pli Iv 115 Coininiiiliiry Fri Iinreil loT Ilea 1 31 Strain Copyright tOOl by American irtw Anorlatlen thllnllostllsscarcely Imagine rcvcrnl tlunimiulx n t believers of one heart niul out soul to i serve tbc Lord nu one clIitKlii to hli own things but itch lovliiK tug other nil hltnrclf niul nil InnIng all thine In ton mon If It was thu power of 1H romi rcctlon that did this they m act hnr known something that few know today 1I3i Possessors of Umls nnd liuuw sold their property and 11111 the prowd In the common fund Mutt tin need lit each might bo supplied nod that no tllIl might have any lack There utie uo sell Islmess and no self bcrklng lliU seem all the more rumnrknlile when wo roll shier the strife for preeminence thin wns seen more than once among Ih twelve before Jesus died yes even nt th pngsover on the right before Ills resur rcctlon but now they were nil filled with the Spirit nnd hence this great diner once A Spirit Illletl people will iiuiiitfes the life of Christ nail not the life of self Joses siirnnnifd lliirnnbcis sun f mil solatlou n IArtle and evidently 11 tau one is mentlonwl ac use of tluiw win havInK land sMlt and laid the umney al the npostlis feet I cvi signifies jIII- ItIunoi he Illustrated the truth Mr that Is jolueil to the Iord Is one Spirit 1I Cor vl 17 Our Lord Jesus imt milj gave up nil Ills riches nnd bootum pool to mnke us rich but He actually Kin Himself for us taking the place of tin guilty that we might bo joined to Ilia II Cur vlllll Gal 11 IS- r 1 2 lint Aminlas nail Sapphlra The tares mid the wheat will grow together until thu hnrvist Until lesui conies agate many a bird will bulge it the branches but no bird over Iwoiiir s a branch The coimmiml Vnlk befnrt Me anti be thou sincere and Thou shall btt sincere with the Lord thy God then xvll 1 margin Deut 3 fill IMI nrtnl ways binding nod Cursed be he tbol doeth tIlt work of the Ix rd deceitfully IJer xlvlll 10 seems to bo nhvajH n iircesnary warning When Abram anil Sara agreed to net n lie anti hence and Itcbckau did the same lUru xii 11 13 xx 2 xxvl j which of us can say that the Ill as n tints of lire may not 81- I some dcctlt In our Inmost hearts We arc lint our own but trough with ills precious blood 3 4 Why bath Satan Idled thine heart to lie to the Holy Ghost Thou bant lied unto God See the onenww of the Father aril the Spirit fur in lying to the Spirit tlwy lied unto God See aio the owiiusg of the Spirit and the taker err tor In lying to Peter nail the other they lied unto the Spirit Notice olo that It was the work of the devil the fa ther of limo In Ananias the saint ndverr nary who In thu garden of Kden llrd r i Eve and he over since ben prnrlloing his ungodly wiles Contrast Peter tilled with the Spirit nail Ananias filled with 1111Ievil can flail no place lu us The Spirit of Truth and the father of lies each de sires us but neither can fill un mikns wo welcome them 5 G Dead and burled in a few hours gon from the earth and from his ma sessions bu gone where To the true child of Cal death is gain and tar better than sojourning here Out whet of Ana alas Ills name means Jehovah Is gracious Hut did be know the saving grace of Jel1fnh1I know that there Is such a thing as being saved as by lire that Sataii may destroy the flesh and yet the spirit be saved that some of the members of the church were sickly and some dying because of spa and that we are told to judge nothing before the time until the Lord come tl Cor III 15 v 5 il 30 iv 0 yet Itev xxl So gives us little hope for Ananias 7 8 It was about the spurn of three hours after when his wife not knowing what was Jane came lu Three hours a widow but not aware of it How long- they had journeyed together lu their mortal bodies wo do not know but his journey has ended and hers In about to thought she Is all unconscious of it Per haps she had come seeking him wouder lag why he delayed to return home It is a sad story and should teach us to lie sincere with Goo who desires truth In the inward parts IPs II C If wo did not know that Peter was tilled with the Spirit We might feel like questioning his way with her and might wish that he had sought In lead her to repentance but perhaps her heart was fully set lu her to do evil Eccl vili 111 0 10 How Is it that ye have agreed together to tempt the Spirit of the Lard So one with God are Ills people that when we touch them we touch Him nod an we deal with them we deal with him Zoch II S Acts Ix 1 There Is un speakable comfort sad yet a solemn warning liT this great truth Hove awful Is this scene before us Sho is for the first time told of her husbands death and at tho same Iliac told that she must die sad In a moment the Is gone In tho morning they are In health but united lu n lie to Goo that theyluay appear beforo men to be very religious but before night they are found out t Num xxxli 23 anti are dead and burled Two liars In ono grave lint their souls If not saved as by fire then Luke xvI 23 first clause tells their tote It was the hand of God and the Judge of all tho earth doeth right Geii xvlll 2V Hev xv 31 See also Acts xII 23 Jer xxviii 11 17 anti yet believe firmly that God Is Love and not willing that any should perish tI John 18 II Pet III UI 11 And great fear cane upon all the church oDd upon as many as heard these things It was n needed lesson for limes and although lie does not IIlwbB- tbus swiftly punish sinners Ho always hates sin and ells us that he that telletu lies shall not tarry In Ills sight IPs cl fl Wu cannot but think of the swift judg ment upon Aarons sons at the beginning if Gods dealings with Israel Lev x 1 2 If all liars In the church today until ill ministers who use strange fire were thus summarily dealt with there would be no end of funerals nnd n truly great Tear upon runny Although God seems to keep silence concerning the corruptions md abominations in Ills professed people lie assures us that Ho will not always keep silence sad that judgment must be tIn at the house of God lii II 3 I Let Iv 17 a NN 1 111111 ITHEt FARM JA HINT ON PLOWING Of tho ninny operations performed oach year on tho farm undoubtedly plowing is tho ono which requires tin most time in tho most exacting in itt ImportnlltIPlowing is a simple operation never theloss there is probably no farm op oration so poorly understood Scarce ly two fields are plowed alike In one tho furrowMice is completely invert oil 5 in another tho furrowslices stand bodly on edge their surfaces hard aud unyielding in another the land hay lug been too wet tho furrowslices havetam together or puddled while in no one of theso is tho furrow wido enough or deep enough Why is it that these fields are nilc plowed so differently and why tho results BO unsatisfactory It is because tho Fields when plowed woro not in tho snmo condition perhaps they were nil too wet in which case only the most careful plowing could bring about fair results Perhaps one field was too dry in thiscnse thu soil was so lino nud dusty that plowing only helped to pack it down nud when the first rein came tho water was unable to enter readily and no puddled the surface leaving tho land in worse condition than it was boforo plowing However nt this time wo will speak of only ono phaso of plowing namely depth Very few farmers plow deep enough In tho majority of cases with clay laud it is because they cannot for they plow tho laud early in spring when it is too wet and heavy and tho team cannot pull n deep furrow Hut deep plowing is essential to tho best result except in taro cases Suppose tho depth of plowing in clay land to bo eight inches At tho bottom of the furrow if tho laud has been plow ell nt this depth n number of years is tho hardpan through which water will not easily pass Now when n hard rain cornell it will do ouo of two things after saturating this upper eight inches of soil tho remainder of the water will either form in pools on tho surface and thus retard plant growth or it will sink away oryI slowly through this hardpan In the first case the water on tho surface injures the plants in the second it is lost for it will not readily como upI through this hardpan in the fonn of capillary moisture But if tho furrow had been plowed ton or eleven inches deep this additional depth would probably have boon able to have held all tho rainfall in condition for tho crop to use and tho storage capacity of tho soil would bo increased In tho case of shallow plowing tho soil hold much loss moisture than when plow ed more deeply and yet was so wet c aa not to bo tillable while in tho lat ter case although containing moro moisture tho soil because of its great or depth held less proportionately than tho others and was capable of cultivationIt plan to break up tho hardpan now and then so that the water will pass down more readily under a heavy rainfall Plowing at varying depths of an inch or so every other year say will accomplish this Increasing tho depth of the soil must bo done very gradually Othort wise a thick layer of poor I be brought to the surface which is of ittlo value for crop production Each luccesmvo year the furrow may bo deepened three fourths of an inchor as inch until tho desired depth is at tanned This gradual increase InI depth will not diminish tho produc ivity of the soil at the surface but will rather increase tho total producing power by creating n greater storage capacity for moisture aud for ility This suggestion will require several years to accomplish where plowing las been very shallow but tho larger crop production per aero tho ability of growing crops to withstand drouth for longer periods nnd the proven Lion of surface packing and puddling will abundantly compensate for the- patience I I and labor involvedN CCUNE Mir Wheeler Jot rill or Ills Ulieiiiuntlini During the winter of 1893 I wasp lame in my joints in fact all over my body that I could hardly hobble round when I bought a hottlo of Chamberlains Pain Palm From tho first application I began to gut well and was cured and havo worked iteadily all tho yearn WIIEELE- UJforthwood N Y For solo by S E WELCH Jn I 11HELPFUL RECIPES FOR BUSY ECONOMIZING MOTHERS Where a busy wife nail mother Inn a largo family it is wieo for her to learn tho art of sponging mud prens ing suit renovating and especially il she is compelled to practice economy A mother should not lIalit is ciiHiei to do it myself than to teach my chil dren to care for their clothes It is very necessary to brush garments of ten toach tho boys and girls to brush their best clothing before hanging thorn away and if tho girls will mend tho little breaks repair the loose buttons and sponge tho soiled spots out what a help it would bo to their moth era I wish to tell tho readers of an excellent sponging preparation which I have used for ninny years Coat collars anti backs of gowns soil from wearing tho hair braided down the back aid ono often gets grease spots- or soils on their best gowns and if you will keep this preparation on hand and apply It with n damp cloth tho soiluru willdisapjwar It is uiulo this byboiling n tnblci oonful of poarliuo in n quart cup of water for threo min ute stirring nil the while to keep smooth Turn thin into n little jar or larguucckod tattle anti keep near nt hand for emergencies It forms n thick jellvliko paste which lan bo reduced if necessary but for good sponging it nerds only to bo applied with it damp cloth after tho soiluro dfciippcan rinso off with u cloth wrung in clear warm water If you have n shine on a cloth coat or punts it can IM removed by steaming it To keep neat stud dainty looking ono must learn how to do those littto things to polish ones shoes clean their ribbons makeover their drcHHOH anti dean kid gloves nod this habit once forimnl of taking cora of your belongings is seldom broken It is tho greatest help in a largo family to try to learn all such arts S II H USEFUL HINTS If canned tomato ferments a little souls will itstore it dtln little soda when stowing n Fowl to make tho flesh tender Use a speck of soda with tho stow ed tomato when making a mock bisque soup Hub a bit of soda over meat or poul try that seems overripe nnd wash in water To counteract the acidity ol moms 6e3 allow ono teaspoonful of soda to 3110 cupful of molasocH Wash hair brushes in strong tepid toxin water then rinse well in clear tOld water and place in tho air out of ittnlight to dry- Forelenuing paiut before repaint ng uso two ounces of soda to ono quart of cold water Afterward rinso in with clear cold water In using soda with cream of tartar allow ono level teaspoonful of souls to two rounding toaapooutif of cream f tartar for each quart of flour Soda should ho pulverized nud caru tills measured whenever It is used iu rooking ns it is n powerful alkali vhidi must IHJ used with discretion md accuracy House plants should Uo carefully vashed dally or two or three times a vetk according lu tho amount of dust list accumulates Planta breathe brought tho agency of tho leaves tenco may ho suffocated by dust It iH not necessary to saturate tho earth in tho pots though tin earth should tot bu allowed to become too dry An ixcollent fertilizer for plants is u teaspoonful of phosphate of potash in a gallon of the water used for watering to each quart of which should ho add d n teaspoonful of ammonia water 1NTHE SCHOOL NN1N JLN N1NNNINMNNNNNNNNN1N THE WOLF AND THE FOX A fox WIIH going through field ono tiny nnd foil into n deep well Ho was not hurt by tho fall hilt ho could not Hot out alone Ho ended for help as loud nil ho could but 116 one heard him for long time By and by n wolf happen ed iocomo that way and he hoard atfoxs call for help Then ho ran to edge of the well mad looked down Who is down theroT asked tho wolf Dear wolf it is Icried tho fox nod I am so glad you have como You will help mo out of this well I am sure Poor little foilsaid tho wolf howdid you get down thorot Aro you hurt It trust lit very damp no deep down in a well 1 do pity you with all my heart How long have you been there You might catch a cold iu Hitch n damp place nnd how ntlltwouhl bo If you woro to dlol 0 wolf wolfcried tho foxIthlll is n poor tinio to talk Please help mo out quick smith when I am out it will bo limo enough to pity me Nelrcttil DO YOU SEE THE POINT T Thu American Primary Teachericalls attention to n word which iibumxl by thoso who prepare reading matter for Iwitinners Perhaps tho greatest offvndoro nro those primary teachers who teach chiefly from exit cases written on the blackboard 1Vhywill primary teachers some primary teachers iwrelttt iu having child ron ntlutIII neo n cat I see n a i dog I mm n boy You ought to bo broadening their print vocabularies nndI see requires no practice Some thing about the cat dog and boy wouU boor vastly moro account Dont insist upon HontonceH Amnltwmoul itA large shaggy lloguA boy with n kite would ho vitally bettor than tho I BOO trick MnlteoorshngKj is morn easily recognized a second tltnn in print than a two or threo letter word You urn not tow trying to touch formal grammar but to teah- n print vocabulary that is worth while Every noun should awaken dean that stand out nn n distinct picture or thought gory verb should call tofmlud a definite action Seo1 is about tho last word to put in n primer and it is the word for which primer mak ers have a passion The verbs that sunken thought suggest deflnilo aoItion The child does not think of seeing when you make him say I sue n dog A dog means iw much to mas1 sues dogSelected THE DULL BOY Who is tho dull hoyT To tho Greek professor he In tho ono boy who cannot learn Greek To tho professor t of mnthmnnlicH ho is the boy who can not learn calculus To tho whole lit ho is theerary or classical faculty poor fool whoso brains will only ab sorb facts of physics or chemistry To tho witty innn ho in that awful creature who sits solemn over thus latest Joke or epigram To tho serious man ho is the laughing ninny who persists in treating life an a comedy In brief the dull boy is tho square peg whom somebody is trying to fit into n round boloNew York World u BUY AND BUILDTreMuror laborno has sorcrnl flue building lots in different parts of the town for sale cheap to persons who desire toJbuild and mnko a 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twolvo of the lent pictimvs Inknn from tho famotiM Tonueson Lila Studios old from Au tons niulliplntiiiiim re productions in nut white flctunwhich Tho Commercial Tribunoi Company at n honvy cost obtained oxcliiNivo control of for this territory nm printed by special contract guarnntoodEach hofthan ono dollar A free otter of this talus was never boforo made by n weekly nevspnpi nndwheo ono Hloiw to consider that uptodlltlCH n yoar tint in addition is prosout ed with n sot of twolvo pictures that citi not ho purchased for 5500 ho realizes that wo aro out for new bus thoughitnot uecossnrv to dwell on Its IlIllllny 8j ecal features thoy are ns its record ns tho favorite htuulrtrltv Publishers Cincinnati 0 lly nii clnl nrrntiKviiiont you run get The Citizen AND The Cincinnati Weekly Gazettes Both for One Year For only 80 Cents i This Is for cash subscriptions only All subscriptions undor throughTHE Striken A Illcli Kliul I was troubled for several years with chrouio indigestion nud nervous debility writes P J Groan of Lan cURter N IIo remedy helped mo until I began using Electric Bitters which did me more good than nil tho mcdlciucH lover used Toy have also kept my wife in excellent health for yours Silo xayai Electric Bitters are just splendid for female troubled s that thoy are a grand touie nut in vigorator for weak run down women No other medicine cue take its place in our foully Try them Only Wks Satisfaction guaranteed by all drug stores i Edward Blake College Students Charles M Sheldon AuHviraflnlllfStttH Maleom tiokl17 a tVuclr on if IliMp Klrona Ilolxrt Hartlui Sftrn lAtp Qbpyrluht lsn in to S A try Jtdvautt lltWWllnu Cb ChlcdllO aremalit was liy as letlily He End antlclpatiM Willis cumliiK with more or less anxiety on npcoiint of Freed althoUKh she lot shown y word or letter that 11Ilrr any wpecliil Intercut In him hail crone on mud the toll fairrWilY re turned Ivdwnrd went down to the Ktntlon to meet him and quite n crowd wan prenent there An they walked up the hill together Hdwnrd was nurprlscd to note Ito well AVIllIs looked Ills enforced III nes hnd apparently loft no mark o weakness on him and his beartni was oven more Jaunty and careless than ever There wax an additional mark of n soldierly bearing alto and ns ho worn Ida uniform ICdward sum begs n to realize that Willis was a good den of n hero to the students und especial ly to tho girl who dapxd vlgoroiiHly chapelrr 1lllllsrman you IIIHH to enlist In order to get popular Theres nothing like It You dont hero to lit good looking nor unlTWillis as hU mother lied described him lie wondered It he hail giver up the drink ventured to question him about It that evening Willis wet getting ready to go out to n little han quet that his old society hind arranged In his honor wiiiEe ward ns Willis was arranging his toiletI so Champagne and n lit tin leer Mrlinp HII wont wok silent a moment Then he went over to Willis shin of the room Willis had put on his cost mud had made n step toward the door 1rouilno nio you wont drink any tonight will youy nuked Edward nud as he spoke he had In mind Mrs Ires tons letter written at tho twxlstdo other son In that southern camp Willis painted and a look of emhar rnxsmcnt mingled vlth some vexation appeared on his face Tho fellows will think It very queer It I dont respond to the toast Our irumtac me jou lmut ilrlnk any tonight wilt your Ping at Homo mid Abroad What dif ference docs It make to you Ill prom tae not to get drunk It tints whist you mean I can control my appetite It I want to It makes moro difference to your mother than to any ono else Wont you promise not to touch the drink for the love yon have tor her Kdward found himself for the first time plead lug with Willis Willis hesitated Then he said with nil abruptness tint startled Edward Ive promised mother several tlmlsI nnd broken It Whnfs the IIse7 The sight and smell of the stuff put thoI very devil Into lIIeIWhat makes you go where It is then T You tell replied Willis carelessly Dont worry about me Ill como out all right In the end Im afraid you wont sold Edwnrd Theres n verso some where In the IJIhlo that says At tho end You know the rest as well nsI do I know lllteth like a serllclltI Oh pslmwl Whats the use of borrow lug trouble for tho future Its thrlastI good time Ill have with U1 boys When I get Into active lIenfe la tM THE Ulilllpplues Ill settle down all right So lAndlord Ill the flowing owl Until It doth run over For tonight well merry merry txj Tomorrow wtll ret ioberl Willis began to sing ns Kdwnrd Irreso lutely stood facing him wondering If there wiis any lulluence strong enough to make Willis sec his danger And yet Edward himself with nil his growing horror of the drink evil did not have any convictions deep enough on nay Christian hauls to pleat with Willis from nay other standpoint 1tbtst one of moral expediency After he hnd no he thought done his duty In urging the love of Willis UKJII him ns n motive no other nrgu meat or motive appealed to ill nut ho let Willis go his way without hay dig said n word to him on the tide of Hplrltuul life Edward could not spent uny such word because he had no per sonal Christian faith He gulled hl life so far by his sense of moral uprightness Thu stilt higher plain n Christian dlsclpleshlp was unknown t him If he known It It Is possi ble but that thought conic afterward lung after Willis bOIl gone with his regiment nnd teas fighting III tho swnuips ant jungles of Luzon It was very lute when Willis cam In cold Kdwnrd who wall wakened h his entrance felt sure ho was more t less under the Influence of liquor Ho slept It ort however and tho next morning appearcdas bright and confi dent us ever Hear me corns In this morning ho asked as he begun packing up his things preparatory to his departure Ho was going homo that day to spend n few days oral then gulag direct from there to join hits regiment In San Fran cisco Yes replied Edward shortly I didnt make much disturbance did ir asked Willis gayly Dldn put my shoes In the stove and my col IwEdwnrd did not answer nnd ffilll- t Went pn packing Ills thlngx After quite a silence he said with the 0IJ ruptncss that sometimes marked hl usual careless Indifference Ive got the saute little volume o with me Going to take It t Manila for good luck Edward was silent again and put the volume Ipso his grip and n moment he sold Ned It I neve come hack think of me at my best In stead of my worst will you anti Ill youtIt was the only serious word that Kdward heard from Willis before tho train started with him aboard that afternoon It touched him In spite tin other things that nnnoyed old eve nngercd him When the familiar ure vanished from sight that afternoo- down nt tho station with the memory of n great crowd from the college pres ent to see him off nnd shower ribbons nnd flowers him Kdwnrd carried back up the hill a kindly and even tearful remembrance of tho handsome smiling Willis And as the between them dally widened and li pictured tho dangers that awaited that regiment In those faroff islands Edward Blake with thousands of others In America wlshcxl godspeed to tho ones who had gone while still In his fast forming nnd developing mind he bad his doubts concerning the right eousness of the struggle there and wondered If his Increnslng horror of bloodshed and his growing dislike for war were n morbid streak In him on account of the great majority of col lege opinions tliat were so different from lila It was at this time in his college career with nil the excitement of these historical events adding to the Interest he already felt In his life since leaving home that Edward Blake begun tho practice of writing which hind so much to with the shaping of his mind nnd the crystallizing of his thoughts Tho president suggested the Idea to lilm and Edwnrd eagerly adopted It The literary tune of the debating so cieties and tho college joUrnnllam was nt n low point The editors of tho monthly paper were tested every toll at n muss meeting of the students nud each class hnd n proirartlonnto rcpre sontntlon Edward was elected with two others to represent the sophomore class Talking over the matter with the president n day or two later the president asked Edwnrd If he had ever written very much Xo sir I used to do a little scrlb llng at home on the farm winter even ings but tints all Ever lint any of It printed In the jin pers or anywhere Xo sir replied Edward smiling xome to think of the Impossibility of such n thing Tell you what I would advise this new lionnl of editors to do Why dont you form n little circle among your selves for the express purpose of rais- Ing the standard of composition In tho college Let each member of the board write at least one article a week for some wIll known paper or magazine and submit It for publication After nil there Is no test quite so severe for what you write as the test Will any pnper or mngnzlno want It and my for It I know lint very often this Is no test of the renl worth of piece of literary work but on the other mnd It Is more or less of n severe test of good work Then If you have nny articles ncccptcd nnd printed by other papers reprint them In the col ego paper by permission nnd Invlto criticism of the nrtlcles from other writers among the student Edward was so impressed with the presidents advice lint nt the first iicetlng of the new board where they talked over the Interest of the college Hihllcatlon he advocated the forum than of such n circle ns the president suggestedTo great delight every the board favored the UUlbOrI circle was organized there There were six CITIZEN juniors three sophomores and tw freshmen As It happened they wet nearly nil above the average age for students In their respective classes Some of the seniors hind dune consider ablo writing during the college course All of tho editors were ambitious for till success of the paper as It was tho college rule that all profits from It should be divided proportionately nmong the editors This rule was after word modified so ns to leave a portion lit nil profits in n sinking fund to used for the development of the paper ItselfEdward was very busy now whit t orrfor the president some con tinned even after the return of his secretary and his regular studies The football team wns after him again and matters had taken a turn In such n way that Edward was seriously considering the possibility that he might play again Pearsons had no como hack and under President exceedoingly unlikely custom ing nominal students would be con tinued nut the fascination of attempt Ling something for publication attracted Edward especially at this time 11IIdI artlden week and It to r thrsimple of the a become the property of the college pa per only If they were accepted nnd paid for by some other paper and be torn being sent out they were subject ed to tho severest criticism arid discus 111011IIt would toe almost a separate story by Itself to relate nil tho experiences of tint little circle of Inexperienced hut iKTseverlng literary aspirants for publication The history of It would re veal n great quantity of brain effort Juniorteditors proudly displayed a check to fosr an on ege sent to n magazine devoted to outdoor Perriaal was so hattf sumoo paper were re reccrlnaq was an d nlthaugrb one nt tho seine table with this selfsame junior sold the juniors head was so turned by his success that the girl who waited on tho table had to turn his chair around In front of his plate because his mouth was In tho back of his Geedn mans first money earned with his bringns a s separate from every other he has ever experienced And ono morning when Edward found In his letter box a letter from the editor of a well known lIe riodical In the east Inclosing A little yellow slip of paper good for 010 Theewns n complete surprise also A per sonal note from the presIdent of the United States Inviting him to dinner would hardly have pleased or aston ished him more This editor was per lisps a rare exception among editors but he hind n kindly feeling toward young writers and encouraged Edward In a few words of discriminating praise to work lined and develop the best that was In him Your article was accepted by two of the three readers In the office on account of its practical value to farm ers boys many of whom are among our subscribers You did not try to tell about something In Africa or Manila that you never saw but you de scribed actual experiences that were of Interest end value to you at the time nnd you evidently wrote for tho turposo of helping others who might try the same thing that you tried and accomplished For these reasons we can use tho article for which we beg you to accept the Inclosed check etc So the editor wrote cautioning tho young writer against being too much puffed up over his success Edwards first Impulse was to show the letter to Frccda So that evening ho went over to the hall where Frceda was now living again and showed her the letter and the check She was much pleased and proud of him What was the article about You remember that winter that I lead more than usual spare time on the farm and I trapped the coyotes skin nwl it hem and made the skins Into car tinge roles mittens nud caps I aim ply told It just ns It happened and drew a diagram of the new trap I made and sent It with the article You remember Frecdn how you helped dress the skins nnd how we studied up the taxidermy a little and mounted one or two of the hest specimens 7 Yes sold Freeda with a smite Did you put me into the story Of course I did and I want you to take the check You need some gloves or things dont you Whnts the reason i cant earn a check of my own asked Frccda suddenly Girls cant do literary work was on Edwards tongue in the excitement of his newborn authorship but tho recollection of tho editors caution stop pod him He looked at Freda rather dubiously however and Frccda rend his skepticism concerning girls ns writ ers What would you say If I received a- ado check some time for an article I should say Good for your But I didnt know thatDidnt know what asked Freeda promptly Wily the girls In Hope dont ever rend the dally papers They dont know where Manila Is I hoard qne of tho girls ask another one the other day If Manila was off the coast cf Oainea used Blake thati aj K of cttaaT oiNo It Isnt said Edwnrd with a grin Its a tact that college girls dont read the dally papers and they dont talk about anything In the dining room but the boys or their lessons or the teachers or something like that concluded Edward rather tamely He was always n shy person In the company of the girl students arid In tin habit of criticising theta rather deeply Some of what you say Is true ly can change it perhaps What woul you soy to n rival literary circle of girls who had more articles accepted arid paid for than yours Girls are smart ns boys with the pen- k Edward looked his doubts Well print all the bonaJlde articles you girls have accepted mad paid for In the college journal and pay yo- al u apiece for them besides he slid making the offer on the strength a his editorship Done exclaimed Freeda laughing- t Edward went away feeling sure that Freeda herself would do something for he had great admiration for her and genuine pride and affection iu his thought of her Hut Lila doubts amounted almost to positive comic flans that a girls literary circle could not be toads to succeed- All of his experience cone to him after his second football trial He had- finally yielded to the pressure early In the tall term and had gone Into the team ns right tackle where he was doing magnificent work In the first game that was played with a rival col legs he had distinguished himself by making a field goal by a difficult play that had not been attempted for years The students were wild over It The enthusiasm could not have been high er If he had captured Agulnaldo by per sonal combat The girls worshiped Edward Blake the editor and after the mysterious fashion of girls admlr ed him all the more apparently because be paid no attention to any of them- Arid then same an event that put the whole question of college athletics be fore Edward In a new light and stirred up Hope college with an internal war that rivaled the one across the sea The captain of the team who had succeeded Reynolds was n good fellow a talc student and n young man with plenty of means lIe could afford to devote all his leisure time to football because he was not obliged ns Edward was to work his way through college And that was one factor In the trouble that now arose between Edward and the rest of the team In making out the schedule of games with other college teams at a distance the captain arranged for a six days tour Hope college team to play tour games In that time They were to start Monday morning and get back to Raynor the following Sunday after noon When the schedule of games was first talked of Edward objected on ac count of the time It took from college work Why cant we arrange nil the games necessary nearer homer It the game la this mule thing I dont see what we make by going such distances and tuk lug so much time from the studies Besides I have my paper route It will be hard to arrange to leave that with any one else I could fix it for a day or two but not for a whole week very well Besides Its too much to make up all the studies I dont have the time that most of you fellows have Oh pshaw Blake Even old Quad will pass a football player through on exams Burroughs same as said at last university game that he would guarantee to pass all the fellows In his division If they won the game Burroughs was a tutor In German who was nn old football player him selfBesides old man said the captain the president likes to have the team HTinf the reason 1 cant earn a check of my oimr make these long trips away from home It advertises the college and thats what he wants Why the football thaw did more to advertise Hope last year than anything else Perhaps It did replied Edward slowly He was facing a really serious condition for the loss of time out of his studies was something he did not like to face lIe was a slow student but very conscientious nnd it did not appeal to his sense of fairness that ho should be passed In any department unless he hud actually done the work If he went on this six days trip It would mean that he must pay someone to take Lila paper unless the football association would do It and even then no amount of money could makeup the loss of college time The team all urged lilts not to dropout The pressure brought tf rnr was something which every college boy can- easily understand At last Edward said I want todo the right thing of course Will you leave It to the president It be sayi Its all right and approves of the gc4a1 tile llit Ro Thcro was a moments hesitation on the captains part He was not sure of the president Still In the short time tar had been at the head of nf faire he had sold very little about ath letics and had not yet dictated any thing Besides he tray popular ns a young man and a teacher and had been present on the ball sell as nn later sated spectator nt the last game lhnded and thnt afternoon Edward the captain aud one other member of the team called at the presidents office As they went in Edward who knew the president better than any of the hoIyet even he was surprised at the In presidentfthem his kindly but serious look going quickly from one to another of the three students ItlOBK cofmnunD1 For Stomach Troubles fir have taken a great many different medicines for stomach troublo and constipation says Mrs S Geiger of Dunkerton Iowa but never had as goodresults from any as from Cham berlaina Stomach C Liver Tablets For sale by S E WELCH JR When you lack energy do not rel ish your food feel dull and stupid after eatiug all you need is a dose of Chamberlains Stomach S Livor Tab lets They will mako you feel like a appotitolikeJn Necessary Expenses for Twelve Weeks School Person who board themsclven can rptnA ai much or little M they choose on living expenses U pare to dais a little extra money orlert urea book and other thing not the mccmrjr xpenci Are ante u follow To pay the ant day HALLSchoolEx Hontiltal Fee 25 25 penww Roots etc about 2 a1 2 ncitenl Iepolt 100 00 Room More table etc 200 IMFuel and Oil 2 S 00 Rent of foundry 50 Flnt Month Board 5 00 5 00 Uvlng i7i lapenes Laundnr To auringthetcrmt- Begluuing 2d Mo Board 5 00 8 00 Beginning 3d Ho Board 5 00 5 00 isGenITotal Expense 12 Week 87 73 27 75 For those below A Grammar deduct the tl for book and tl from Incidental fee making the total only R2e7I onroonly 88175 If closed below A Grammar Fuel Ii cents more tu Winter and 50 cents ten In Spring term Two rooms for housekeeping with stoves etc can untialljr be rented for from II to 10 a term The price of n big calf a little tanbark or n few homespun bedcovers will gives term of school which will change niiea wholA life for the better Night Was HerTerror I would cough nearly all nightlong writes Mrs Chas Applegate of Alexandria Indand could hard ly get any sloop I hadconsumption so bad that if I walked a block I wouldcough frightfully and spit blood but when all other medicines failed three 100 bottles of Dr Kings New Discovery wholly cured me and I gained 58 pounds Irs ougbsColdsThroat and Lung Troubles Price SOc and 5100 Trial bottles free at all drugstores Y LOUISVILLEHENDERSON ST LOUIS RY DOUBLE DAILY TRAINS I BHT naN Ltvisvillt and St Louis Parlor Cart on Def Trains Pultain Buffet Sleepers on Night Trains for eta and further information address L J IRWIN a p LOUIBVILVC KY jmSave Your MoneyOUR EN BOND PAYS 3 PER CENT In terra on Deposits 0 111111 I The Mutual i Life Insurance Company of Kentucky INTEREST PAID ANNUALLY J C IE01c Jr Special Agent State Hank and Trust Hide lllchmoml Ky VT II IOKTKIt UUtrlct Agent Ilerea flanking Company llrrrn Ky 1 BUY THE E SEWING MACHINE Do not bb deceived those who ad vertise a 6000 Sewing Machine for 2000 This ofa machine can be bought from us or any ofour from 1500 toe 1800 WE MAKE A VARIETY THE NEW HOME IS THE BEST The Feed determines tho strength 01 weakness of Double Feed combined with other strong points makes the New Home the best Sewing Machine to buy w MUCUS showing the dir ferent ntyles or- HewinrMachlnd I waflwnufacturoandprlceebeforopurchaalnarHU I ORANOC MASS k I 18 Union Bq N Y Chicago IlL Atlanta Ga 51 Loulsilo DalloaTez Ban KrancUco 0FOR BALE BY SISCO CO HIcboIasTlUe Ky THE MARKETS A3 RXTORTEO BV A Q ttORMAN A CO CINCINNATI Feb- 4CATYLECommon25 S350 f II Butchers400 660 II 41 Shippers490 585 f CALVEsChoice650 700 II Largo Common300 500 d HootCommon475 590 II Fair good Iight560 690 Packing600 625 C 1400IWuuTNo2 Red 91 CoRNNo2 mixed New 64 i 64- 1j OATS No is 47 48 RTE No 2 65 66 FLOOR Winter a 415 II 375S Family 335 MrhL FEED tent890i 2100 HAYNo1 1850 No2 1175 II No1 Cfovet 1075t 1 No2II 850 S 900y POOLTBT pringers per tt I1 Heavy hone 9 Roosters 41 Turkey hens II I 10 J Toms Turkeys 9 Ducks 10 Eaos Fresh near by 21 Q 25 II Goose HIDES Wet salted 71 k 4 No 1 dry salt 10 61a l Bull 61 II Sheepskins 50 TALLOWPrime city G 6 11 Country 5t 6 WOOL Unwashed medium combing 1718Wl- 18hedJ long 1 22 t 23 Tub washed 22 tJ 24 FEATUERS I Geese new nearly white 44 t t to average 38 421 Duckcolored to white 28 85 Chicken white no quills 18 Turkey body dry 121 15 I have used Chamberlains Cough andR1Ithe best I croup X have ever used in my family I have not words to express my confidence m this Remedy MRS J A MOORE North Star Mich For sale by q B jWEfcii JR C I I THE CITIZEN DOWMENT COLLEGE ITEMS Our beautiful Chapel after being used twentytwo years was consumed by flro on last Thursday afternoon In a single hour The fire started in tho most inacces sible part of the attic at on hour when allstudents were in classes and was not discovered until it had gained too much headway to be successfully re sisted by Babcock fire extinguishers and water buckets The students ral lied in splendid style and saved the furnishings but the building and its fixtures including the new gallery and lighting plant and the bell which melted in the toworis a complete loss The vigorous steps which were tak en to secure now accommodations for our groat audience of students will long be remem bored as an example of decision and enterprise The west half of the great Tabernacle was partitioned oft roofed with cloth and suitably enclosed heated and lighted A now baptistry was built So in two days time the students and the Union Church aro provided with a temporary auditorium larger than the old one and in some respects more convenient The zeal and loyalty of the young men and the young women as well in bringing to pass this great result can not be too highly commended The Chapel has been in use tvointy two years Original cost 9000 in surance 5000 It is probable that the Tabernacle chapel will be used for a considerable time The College is far behind on current expenses for this year and cannot divert funds from these im mediate necessities for the of a chapel Several other buildings a mens industrial and a library building are probably more needed than a chapel But we are well off in the new location and as President Frost wrote to the trustees With wooden benches and a roof above us and earnest hearts we have all the conditions for large blessings Next Monday night Feb 10 the third number of the Lyceum Course for this winter will be given in the Tabernacle Miss Katharine Eggles ton an accomplishedelocutionist and clever author will give one ofI her popular readings at that time and place Tickets on sale at the Post office OUR COUNTY NEWS County Court Monday was veryI poorly attended Sunday was ground hog day and if Mr G H was out he would be able to see his shadow The sleet and ice did much damage to timber and fruit trees over theI county generally last week The Hume Distillery at Silver Creek was destroyed by fire Monday night last The warehouse was not burned Miss Mary A Ford has resigned her position as professor of mathe matics at Madison Institute to accept the same chair at Logan College Russelville Ky Tho bridge between Garrard and Madison counties over Paint Lick is still unfinished and the Paint Lick merchants aro feeling very sore over the unnecessary delay The storm of sleet last week was moro than twice as heavy around Richmond and vicinity than at Berea and neighborhood Many fruit and shade trees in and near Richmond suf fered great damage The offices of tho Sheriff and the County Clerk are now in the remodel ed Court House The Court House fixing is complete and to all appear ances is well and tastefully done at a cost of about 15000 to the taxpayers of the county The County Board of Supervisors completed their work last Saturday The following is the report Town lots present valuation 1366260 last year 1340430 increase S25830 Farming laud present valuation S5 654250 last year 5510950 increase 5135300 Total present valuation 9 016780 last year f8902000 total increase 87260 BO YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS DESIGNS I COPYRIGHTS Ac a eketeh and deecdptlnn may q lrODf oar oplnlon tree whether eo e probebly petentabee Commanlea- tlonsetrlct conDdenUaI OD ialeDU ent free Oldest agency for leaning patent Patents taken throe b AluM tbs eo receIve tpieial nottet without charge la Scientific American- A handsomely Illnitrated weeilr Jrllet elf eolation of aD etentldo lonrnal Ttrmtt3 a months L Bold nawjdealera Yorkurent 1111111111 rI I I I Ib CITIZEN SUBSCRIBERS 3 ATTENTION J Please examine the date of your subscription close to your name ou your paper and if you have not paid up to Into and in advance kindly send enough money to pay arrears and n year J J aheadYours j J very faithfully THE OITIZEtf MANAGER Postage Stamps Taken JtIIItIIIIIIIIIlltI rLOCAL 111NINNNw1NNN1NN11NN1NN1r AND PERSONAL I Rev T P Wyatt is very ill at his homeMiss Nannie Lake is able to bo out after her recent illness 0 MRnwlings returned from Wash ington D C Saturday afternoon- L C Duke of Nieholasvillo was here this week on insurance business Miss Annio Ilearu and Goo Moore were married at1 oclock last Wed nesday evening Walter Bogie while chopping wood Monday morning cut his right fool very badly James Rnddor of Corbin leas been a guest with Mr and Mrs S E Welch Jr A reception in honor of Mrs1 0 Buswell was given by MM S CL Mason on Fridayafternoon M B Ballanl Superintendent ol Education in Rockcastlo countyvii ited friends hero this week Herm Klima has secured a tem porary position in tho Government printing office at Washington D Q Rev Thos L Routt is doing good service in the Mobile Alabama Con femme His post oflico w Lafayette Alabaman has completed a success ful years study in the medical school and is now to bo addressed at Winchester Box 210 Miss Mary E Adams rolurne l to her tons near Richmond Satunlay Mrs Sallie Adams accompanying her for a visit Miss Nancy Tudor who Is in Cin cinunti telegraphed friends hero that her mother died in Cincinnati lost SaturdayThe has been looted this week A janitors room and belfry also aro being provided and a bell is ordered and will soon be in place Rev R R Noel filled his appoint ment at Silver Creek last Sunday Owing to the inclemencyof the weather the attendance at tho services was not large Ed West of Richmond is under k 200 bond to appear at Magistrates Court in Berea on Saturday Feb 22 j to answer to the charge of peddling whisky in prohibition territory Last Friday evening Miss Anna Celia Johnson was entertained by her tablcmates in honor of her birth anniversary Refreshments wore served and a pleasant evening was spent Rev C L Slurgill pastor of the Wallaceton Methodist Church will preach at the Berea District School houso whitoon Friday night at 7 and at 3 oclock Sunday evening YouI invitedGeo Pow who ia localagent for Douglas Crutchor of Richmond was a loser by the fire last Thursday About 80 worth of samples of shoes and goats furnishings were destroyed He has a new line now V Prof W A Battle who is doing fino work in the Normal and Industrial College at Anniston Ala writes an encouraging letter to his Berea friends He has paid up the last of i his College debts and subscribed for TilE CITIZEN Last Sunday was another good day for Berea As a result of the recent revival services held by Rev J0Buswell tho Church of Christ Union at Boron has received 91 new members of those sixty were on profession of- faithand the remainder hy letter andi wayside covenant Tho influence and interest of the meetings still conk tinue in a marked degree There was a fine attendance at the Tabernacle Tuesday night both of students and citizens to hoar Mrs Clara Hoffman of Missouri deliver a lecture on the evils of intemperance The audience was richly repaid for coming put The lecture was impros sivo and full of interest A large number of the young people signed the total abslif t nlndgo k I SINNNNMIN1NN11NN INNNN11NN11 NN CORRESPONDENCE I L 1N1NN t MADISON COUNTY SILVER CREEK The home of Mr and Mrs Stov Roy was made happy by tho urrivnl of girlThesleet of last week dam aged many fruit trees in his weigh borhoodMrs Whito tiled Jan 18 A husbandand two children survive her Mrs Whito had litany friends who miss her Owing to the inclemency of the weather the appointment of Rev S M Watts at Poytontown was post pound PEYTONTOWN Mr Chas Curnaui Jr is nbout to complete a miniature locomotive do signet to run on a circle track 12 tin diameter Mr Burnam has shown much skill in the work of its construc tion Incidentally wo might say that he has a fine bicycle repair shop Mr David Ulrtha has sold his home in IVytontowu to Mr Sidney Rowlelt having purchased homo in Coving ton Rabbit hunting was much in evi denco last week the sudden fall of snow affording easy Bracking Tho largest hag of game M rabbit ty credited to Ben Chambers Mr Dick Flacks who niovixl to Ohio Rome years ago has returned to the Si Turner farm below Kirksville Mr John B Miller of Richmond spent Sunday with your correspond ont Mr K 0 Karris father of State Senator O T Farris nud one of the Nest agents on tho LC N R It is very sick nt his homo in Silver CreekHigh water in all the crooks m re ported MASON COUNTYI MAYSVILLE Quite a number of our young per sons have professes hops in Christ ptiuco the revival begun at Scotts Chapel M E Church The revival is still going on and bids fair to IH ono of great success TIll remains of Miss Adda Morris on were brought from Cincinnati during the past week and interred in tho Flemingsburg cemetery Rev E Combs filled the pulpit nt the Bethel Church Sunday Mrs Ann Pearl whose Minnas W RI recently mentioned is much butler at this writing Mrs Leachfords little grandchild who fell and broke her leg recently is doing nicelyIThe high school and grammar de partments of the Fifth Street High School are preparing to give public rhotoricals on George Washingtons blrthdnyIProf T A Reid and a few others attended the teachers meeting at Augusta last Saturday GARRARD COUNTY MAUPINTOWN Mrs Bettio Jonnigan who has been sick so long is slowly recovering Miss Eula Glishio and Spencer Walker were married last Thursday at the schoolhouse A reception was hold at night at Mrs Robt Bennetts Rev R D Elmore conducted the burial service Jan 28 of tho Infant son of Mr and Mrs T E Basoett- Kev I Miller of Pcytontown preached at our schoolhouse Sunday Jan 20- Win Miller sold his tobacco crop for 61cents per pound Mrs L S Miller has boon confined to her house for several days on account of sicknessiIt is Spencer Walker will reside at Silver Creek Wallace Maylwrry has moved to Mr John Whites near ICirksvllleI Miss Bessie Pollard was hero to vis it her mother and attended church meeting Sunday While attempting to cross Paint Lick Saturday Rev Wade Thompson came near drowDlngI ROCKCASTLE COUNTY I DISPUTANTA Madam Rumor says there will be a wedding at Climax in the near future We wore sorry to hour that the Col lego Chapel at Boroa was burned to the ground Jan 30 Your correspondent was pleased to hear that Miss Nannie Lake who has been suffering with heart trouble for two weeks is slowly improving Tho approaching marriage of i Susie Martin to Mr Anderson I vorI sole is rumored Mrs Martha B Angliti who hut been very sick is better at this writ ing Mrs Sarah Davidson visitwl her sister Mrs Tallinn Swinford Satur tiny and Sunday James Hammond suit William Beeen Friday and saw tho Chapel burning Tuck Auglin was out hunting one tiny last week and says he saw 72 wild turkeys Mr Mart Jones of Conway wa on Clear Creek Friday on business Dr Robiimon of Berea como out e Monday to see Mm Maggie Ham tumid who has been very sick for sonic time Mr G W Purkey huts moved to Livingston and is engaged in the mercantile business Will Stephens of Scaffold Cane visited friends on Clear Creek last Sunday FOR SALE A Fine opening for a- Live Sawmill Man Ono twenty 20 horse Lane Ii Bod ley doublet sawmill engine and outfit in excellent condition and practically now with edger and cutoff saws com plelo Tho capacity of the mill in from 8000 to 1BOOO feet a day Tho I mill in on Clear Crock Uockrastlo county nnd it toot to a lino laxly of Umber of JWOOOO to 500000 feet Reason for wishing to sell in poor health of the ownerx For price and terms apply to H BLAZElUt CO Conway Ky A llurrll Uultirmk Of largo sores on my lUlu daugh tors head developed into n UIHO of scroll head writes C D isbfl of Morganlon Tunu but Duckleurt Arnica Salvo completely cured her Its a guaranteed euro for Kczuina Toiler Sylt Rheum Pimples Some Ulcers and flay Only 25 cents at all drugstorw IMTKIl JUNK VOKKKUS- pa Sculo Ailoplrii m Uruflrtl by the tmnolltleeIurrruerVekrd Indianapolis Jan 9ln executive If scion after two hours debate the Mine Vorkt rs convention adopted the scale iii agreed upon by the com mltte Tor scale recommended In secret session was tor the general ad vance for bituminous mining of 10 percent on a runofmlno basis the differential of 7 cents the old nrure between pick and machine mining 15 cents a day Increase for Inside drivers and uniform Bcato for all outside labor The convention of miners adjourned sine die after selecting Indianapolis thu place for holding the conven lion next year The delegates to the joint conference to be held with the operators of the country commencing today were Instructed to vote for In dianapolis for tho joint conference nest year The convention before ad journment voted 11000 for the aid of the widows and orphans of the miner killed In the Iowa disaster adopted a ringing resolution against Government by Injunction and adopted a resolution favoring the rconactmcnt of the methodIOfwas changed It was decided the elections should be mado by the majority of all tho members In good standing In their organizations Attack on Negro Miner Chattanooga Feb 4Almost a reign of terror exists In the vicinity of the Millstone mine of the Cumberland Coal company 17 miles above CrosHvllle In Fcntrew county this state Sonic dissatisfied min+rs and other men recently posted a notice signed wUti squll and crossbones and n red Ink warning the negroe a tow of whom are employed about tho mlnw and at the company store to leave at once The negroes did not leave and tho mob lung twice fired Into their cabins Tho last time the negroes returned the fire and the mob retreated Later tho mob attacked the companys commissary but William Nixon son of Manager Nixon at the head of a number of white employes charged the mob with Winchesters and a pitched battle ensued the mot retreating to the woods 1902 FEBRUARY 1902 ISulMoiTulWelThlFr Sa 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 IO II 1213 14 I6 16117 18 19202122 12312 125126 27128 MATTERS OF MOMENT TO THE PEOPLE OF THIS AND ADJOINING STATES Kuvagc of Snow and Hloct Sfvrrnl Town l yliit 1rudrate1lrnllcl of tin lacy In the lluwunl Trlul Cruise mid Cimuulty Memphis Feb tThe woathor of the prevent week has brought disaster largers1111 Tennessee Arkansas and Mississippi It Is difficult to estimate the amount of danjoge It Is known that at Little tack Ark alono the damage amounts to IGOOOOO and the footings altoegether It Is believed will run up sov oral millions Iluslnvss has boon at a standstill In many towns In addition to stocks or goods being ruined tho rtreotB and highways are blocked by broken telegraph and telephone poles twisted wires the trunks and limbs of trees and other debris Through a Bridge Wheeling Feb 4Two dead and three bttdly Injured Iitho result of a train going through a trestle on too Oauley railroad dear Kerrys Biding The dead A O Nute of VVeiton engineer Goodlow Ward 6f Wc ton fireman Tho Injured include W 11 Wolf and two other brakemen namca unknown The caging and several cars of the freight train crashed througb tho trestle to the ground many fot below A special train was dlspalrhod to the scene of the wreck tram VVs ton with railroad surgeons Engineer Nute leaves a wife Fireman Ward t was unmarried Jim Howard Found Guilty Frankfort Ky Jan 31Tho Jury la the case of Jim Howard returned a verdict of guilty against tho prisoner and Used his punishment at life Im prisonment The nut ballot In the Jury 1 room resulted In favor of a verdict of guilty The next ballot was on tho question of punishment and then seven Jurors voted for life imprisonment and five for death sentence Ono by one these favoring the death penal ty came over till all voted for a life sentence The Jury was out a little over two hours Howards attorneys said an appeal will bo taken Result of the Sleet Iaducah Ky Jan 31 1aducah Is practically paralyzed as a result of the sleet storm The city Is without light or motive power and It will bo several days before the confusion Is dispelled The total damage will probably amount to 1200000 The damage to stocks of merchandise from the water forced through tbi roofs by the sleet and Ice will amount alone to over tlOOOOO The Cumberland Telephone company Is probably the bear lest sufferer viewing Icy Wrecks Ow nboro Ky Feb S Thousands of visitors are In the city vlowlng the Icy wrecks Several hundred men worn working for the two telephone companies and the telegraph comps nies The streets are still almost ob structed with piles of wires and Ice The electric light plant has now ono circuit on The streetcars are not yet running The damage to property hero Is now estimated at over 100000 Thu wind has broken down nearly every tree In the city Shot In SelfDefense Matewan W VL Feb 8 It n niankenshlp a wealthy merchant of Delorme a small lumber station near here shot and killed Itobert Brown tag a timber dealer lllankenshlps plea It self Jafens as ho claims that Drowning bad already fired one shot at him Tho shooting occurred In tho private once of niankenshlp when a dispute arose during tho settlement of an account Both men are prominent Ulankenshlp Is In Jail Lexington Laid Out Lexington Ky Jan 31Ml cloya ton and plants dependent on electric- Ity for power are paralyzed Over one hundred poles of the Cumberland Telephone company are down and Its service Is practically suspended The telegraph companies have suffered se rarely Streets are almost Impassa ble from fallen tree and limbs The aggregate property loss Is over 50000 to the present time- Murderers Body Found Huntington W Va Jan 30 The body of George take waa found near a public highway In Wayne county 20 miles south of hero Rakes severed his wife head with a hatchet In this city Sunday last and escaped A posse was In pursuit and tho supposition Is that he died from exposure Tho body was covered with snow N Children In a hire ParkersbJrg W Va Feb 4ln a lire near Wise postofflce In Montgom t cry county Blanche the Infant child Y of Thompson Glover was burned to Until two other children were perhaps fatally burned and Mr and Mrs Glover wore seriously burned while trying to esoapo from their house LollS about VoOOO Duel In the Street Welch VK Va Fob 3A sensa tlonal pistol duel was fought lathe street here between Dr Daniel and D H Harman Jr the latter belne killed The mon hail been enemies for a long time sloth were prominent and very wealthy Harman formerly being sher itt of McDowell county- Dullflghting AbolishedFPuebla Mexico Feb fThe unto government has abolished bulUlghUng on account of tta being barbarous and tending to demoralize lower ciiicd s