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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r REV JOHN DODWELL Mgr With Hiring stag of Killlun and I respondents Knlend at the Pvtloffict at Been Ay nttetoml tine mattmalltr VOL HI A Family Paper BEUEA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY FEBRUARY 13 1902 Fifty cents a year NO N 1 IIDEAS Merit and modesty flu twins There Is a wide distinction between religion and piety Index learning turns no student pale But holds the eel of scienco by the tnillopE To pledge signers and covenant takers Vow must ripen into deeds decision must go on to do Spring is coming plan for a garden repair the garden fence make it chicken proof try to raiso a surplus provisions will be highpriced tho current year TAKE NOTICE Rev Handing R at Kirby Knob next Sundaytruing at 11 Rev Win Lodwick vill preach at Bobtowu next Sunday at 3 p in and at Narrow Gap at 0 p in Rev Dr Burgwm will preach in tho Tabernacle next Sunday morning at 11 Tbo sermon will bo a continua tion of tho story of tho Prodigal Son or Ono Young Mau away from homo commenced last Sunday The ser mon will bo illustrated by handsome paintings Parents are earnestly in Tiled to bo present FROM THE WIDE WORLD Great Britain has boon experiencing tho worst weather known in twenty years ManlschefT tho Bulgarian Minister of Public I nut motion wan assassinat ed by a Macedonian while sitting in Ids library t Thursday Damad Mahmud Pasha brother io law of tho Sultan of Turkey hue been sentenced to death by tho Imperial Court for treason lie in at present in FranceFour ago tho number of pris oners in Russia was 763373 now it is 812749 Add to those tho inmates of military prisons those iu houses of correction and those in trans Cnllphm prisons and the number of tho subjects of tho Czar Incarceratedwould reach to one million Besides these there are 801S8 exiles in Siberia nUll sia appropriates KJ per prisoner POT annum aggregating 7500000 of which amount 3525 is spent on books and papers for military prison I en u IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Barboursville W Va now town of floors took charge of their duties last Thursday They were elected on tho dry ticket The town lockup has not had an inmate for two years and they ho had no town marshal for several months Senator Scott of West Virginia in the Senate last Thursday advocated the San Bias or tunnel route for an Isthmian Canal from tho Man dingo Day in tho Gulf of San Bias on tho Atlantic side to Pearl Island Har bor in tho Gulf of Panama on the Pacific Ho says it could be complot ed In fire years The Presbyterian committee on creed revision on Saturday declared that the doctrine predestination is hold in harmony with Gods love for all mankind anti that no man is con demned except on tho ground of his sin and that all dying in infancy aro included in tho election of grace COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Tho north end of tho public square of Scottavillo burned Sunday morning the lose is estimated nt 30000 The John Morgan Oil and Gas Com pany of Lexington will commence boring for oil in Wolfe county about May Louisville manufacturers and deal ers have advanced tho price of stoves on coal burners 10 per coat and on wood stoves 6 per cent Senator Richardson brae introduced a bill In the Legislature to appropriate 28000 to purchase more ground for the Frankfort penitentiary and erect a foundry thereon Senator Kirks bill to prevent sales and drinking of liquor near public meetings churches and echools has boon favorably reported by tho Com mittee on Religion and Morals The bill to prohibit stock from run ning at largo on macadamized and fenced roads introduced by Senator McNutt has been referred to the Com mitted on Internal Improvements t THE CITIZENu A GROUP OF STUDENTS AT BEREA COLLEGE FROM PERRY AND KNOTT COUNTIES With tho largo numbers of students now at Boron wo could call a county convention for almost any county and have a good delegation present right hero among our own students A largo part of the benefit in at tending school is found iu meeting tho talented young people from many counties who are assembled in as large a school as Bores Tho associations formed hero are of lifelong valuo Any student who has spent a AUDITORS CARD The following card is published for tho information of all the kind friends who so generously assisted the family of tho late Brother Smith in an emer gency caused by the death of the es teemed husband and father En CITIZEN I have audited tho accounts in tho settlement of W D Smith acting agent for Mrs Virginia Smith widow of the late Rev R E Smith and find them correct Allaccounts connected with the homestead and estate have been settled in full and in a businesslike way Bro W D Smith has done us nlla favor in leading in this expression of Christian fellowship and friendship for a family which is highly esteemed T J OSBORNC A SINCERE PROTEST Pleasodo not handicap tho preach er Last Sunday morningat the Tab oruaclo lit instructive and impressive sermon was wellnigh spoiled by being crowded to the wall by a lot of unne cessary announcement The preacher was embarrassed because his mind had boon uselessly directed from his subject by his having to act as a bul letin board for several minutes boo tween a holy sacrament anti tbo de livery of his sermon No man on earth can avoid being disturbed by such occurrencesIf is any part of a season of worship it is or should bo the principal and most important part A preacher in order to do full justico to tho topic ho has to present ought not to have his thoughts distracted in any way from his topic From vestry to pulpit from opening hymn to close of sermon ho needs to be allowed to con tinually meditate on his theme For tho time hOI Gods mouthpiece to tho people Ho stands for Gods herald Ho has a message Let none distract or hinder him Pleasn allow a suggestion Lot the announcements of tho C E Society tho Junior C Ee the Y M C A the Y W C A and other societies bo madeif at nilneededat the close of tho morning Sundayschool anti if other notices are necessary to be made to tho general congregation lot tho assistant pastor mako them be foro tho opening hymn so that the sacred hour bo not marred ONE OF MANY COMPLAINANTS Strikes A Rich Find I Vas troubled for sovoral years with chronic indigestion and nervous debility writes F J Green of Lan caster N H No remedy helped me until I began using Electric Bitters which did mo more good than all the medicines I over used They have also kept my wife in excellent health for years She says Electric Bitters aro just splendid for female troubles that they aro a grand tonio and in vigorator for weak run down women No other medicine can take its place In our family Try thorn Only 600 Satisfaction guaranteed by all drug atone year at Berea will have acquaintances among tho bust people in all parts of tho State as well as in other States This year thero have been over thirty from Perry county and the pie turo given above represents sixteen of them together with four from Knott county and in the center of the group Miss Schumakor who spent some time visiting our friends in those coun ties last fall Miss Schumaker is tho teacher iu charge of Gilbert Cottage M M M- CITIZEN I4II II I I I bIII id SUBSCRIBERS ATTENTION Please examine tho dato of your subscription close to your name on your paper and if you havo not paid up to date and in advanco kindly send enough money to pay arrears and a year ahead Yours very faithfully THE CITIZEN MANAGER Postage Stamps Taken IIrItIoIllItI Ir FOR HANDMADE FANCY WOODWORK in hats sunbonnets fancy baskets of all descriptionst napkin rings in all colors tfend yqur orders to MISSES M AND L CARTER BEBEA Kkrmipirr Prices very reasonable and all work dell E tQv7AOf largo sores on my little daugh tars head developed into a case of scald head writes C D Isbill of Morganton Tenn but Bucklens Arnica Salve completely cured her Its a guaranteed cure for Eczema Tetter Sylt Rheum Pimples Sorer Ulcers and Piles Only 25 cents at all drugstores BO YEARSI TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Ac Anyone tending a listen and whethertucertaln our opinion free an Infsntlon It probably Communlra lion Itrlct ronddentlaL handbook on Iatente patentstatentaeprctal notlt without charge In the Scientific Jlmerican A handsomely Illustrated WMklr ImrceH cir relation of anr sclsntlBe Journal Terms IJ a earttour months II Bowbyall newsdmlen IUNP CoaetardadazNew Yika- raoc Oslo fir V Bt Washington D Something That Will Do You rood We know of no way in whichwe can be of more service to our readers than to tell them of something that will bo of real good to them For this reason wo want to acquaint thom verybestcoughs colds and that alarming com plaint croup We refer to Chamber Cough Remedy We have used it with such good results in our tami ly so long that it has become a house hold necessity its prompt use wo havent any doubt but has time and again prevented croup The testimony is given upon our own ex perience and we suggest that our readers especially thoso who have small always keep it in their croupCamdensal by 8 E WBLOH JR J whore most of tho young ladies from Perry and Knott counties make their homo We could show similar groups- from Magoflin Owsley Lotcher and many other counties Young people who have true ambition are proud to be connected with such a school and parents who desire that their sons and daughters shall have the heat advantages will bo ready to make all necessary efforts to send them to Berea Dont Use- Spectaci es Unless you need them and if you use them bo sure they fit your need I will give thorough examination with the above instrument FREE pr CIJARUE which always indicates the correct glasses to use It you dont need glasses I will tell you so T ArRobinson Optician and Jeweler Maiii St Berea Ky ThisyourLlf11Jy DisCMfJlConsumption CuriaNOgist will warrant It CURESQripWhooping Cough Pneumonia or anlAffection of tho Throat and Lungs FREERegular Guaranteed Salary 900 Yearly Men and women of Rood address to ei sentus mme to travel appointing agents cthe for local work after our interest SVOO salary guaranteed yearly extra commission and expenses rapid advancement old established house Grand chanra for earnest man or woman to secure pleasant permanent position and liber al tnrome New brilliant lines Write at once STAFFORD PRESS ZI Chnrrh St New Raven fonp Repair That Loom Homespun is coming into fashion again and our irls should keep up the art of spinning Berea College is finding a market for the products of fireside industry which may bring education anti comfort to many homesWe can pay for wollwoven linen 40 cents a yard jeans 60 cents linsey RO cents wellmatched bed coverlets fi to G Patent dyes not accepted oldfashioned indigo preferred For information address JOSEPHINE A ROBINSON Homespun Exchange Berea KT l An Independent Weekly Devoted to the Interests of i THE HOME FARM SCHOOL 60 CENTS A YEAR 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 k WALK OVER SHOES The shoes that won first prize at tho grant Paris Exposition over tho whole worlds competition They combine all the fine points of the highest pric ed shoes but sell for only 350 to S400 a pair All styles of lasts and leather to select from Our assortment of Mens Shoes is second to pono and our prices are positively the lowest I COVINGTON BANKS Richmond KY DR M E JONES tic Dentist tJt MillineryStore Office DaysThursday Friday and Saturday of each week MEAT MARKET I have reopened the Meat Mar ket on Main Street Fresh Meats VegetablesinM B RAMSEY Berea Ky Special Notice to Our Header This paper la on file at the omen of The Chi Inter Ocean 106108110 ins Monroe street Chicago where our readers will be courteously greeted who may rare to call upon The Inter Ocean for a tour of inspection and sightseeing through Hi magnlilccul building in which can be found every mechanical and Kleutlfic Im provement of the age in connection with the needs of a great newspaper It la a rare treat to any one IntereMed In the subject and should be taken advantage of Day 73 66 Three Years in Richmond And out of all the sets of teeth that havo been made at my office if there is one set or any sets that show any I will make new Bet free Wo lire making therbest set of teeth in the world for 750 and if detects show in lye years we give you a new set free This applies to all tho teeth have mode or am going to nmka the best alloy fills in the world at 75 cents DR HOBSON Dentist Permanently in the Buildingnext door to Government Building Richmond Kentucky Reference Richmond National Bank Special Price to Students I2Fair Dealing Pays And that is one reason our business is increasing Vo sellyou in a way to bring us your Future Trade and that of your For The Holidays New Rockers Ladies Pesks Conches Dining and Bedroom Furniture and many attractive articles to make the homo comfortable Framing Carpets Matting Rugs UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY Phone Night Phone defects located Hobsor friends Picture JO S JOPLIN Richmond I HARNESS HARNESS THE LARGEST STOCK OFr HARNESirYX r r fIIjr jEver trough to Berea Collar pads formerly sold foriiijRirprico 25c Everything lse in uroPOrtion r BICKNL EARLY Berea Ky = r A Fire Sale NO B Jy UT A SALE OF THE FINEST LINE OF LADIES and Goats Boots Shoes and Furnishings in Kentucky SPECIAL TO STUDENTS and Citizens of Berea yourChopJ1Pow has had his burnt samples replaced with a finer line See They are just what you aro looking for WE GUARANTEE SATISFACTION You can got our goods from Pow at the same prico we charge iu our store Douglas 6E Crutcher Richmond Ky H F THE CITIZEN A TEMPERANCE TRIOMPH DctnlU of Jlnnltobn ateainre Thnt Him llrrn n tInrpil CnnslltatlonalU- eJolrliiR Is tntiernl atnong Canadian prohlbltlBiilsta hmnuso the privy coun rll uf London hUM ileclnretl the Mimi tuba iinililliltury ineiistirc to be con siltuttoiml Tuts law was prisscd by the provln clnl loslidnture turly In the suuiincr of 1000 hut since then It has been tosseil about front court tu court with varying hopes of lifo until now time highest tribunal In Uniit llrldilu nnnounccs Its right to live anti it a the service for Which It was brought Into being This service alms ut time closing of all placed where liquor Is sold both by tho jjlaw and In bulk with the excep tion of drugstores whore It may be procured for uutllclnal purposes when so doctor The manufac ture of liquorCor use outside the provo ince Is prohibited and no liquor can be Imported except for the Individuals private use Time dispensing of free drinks and liquor In the flask or bottle ts expressly forbidden The penalty for violating the act Is severe a tine of from 5200 to 1000 being Imposed for the first oflVireo and Imprisonment wltb hard labor for the second The act Is not nil that prohibitionists desire but If supported by a strong temperance scnllmeiit It will make nu effective measure The decision of the privy council lino alfo a wider Hlgnlll Vance thnn Manitoba anti now that the constltutlonnl power of the provinces Is assured there la rood reason to be hove that before long every province with tie exception of Quebec will enact prohibitory legislation ORIGIN OF ABSINTH Wn OUCH n MvillrnI Itrmrdjr hot linn Slncr llrtcrlnrnlnl Temperance people III Europe were recently much surprised at the discov ery that tin deadly absinth was origi nally nu extremely harmless medical remedy IIrt9 n writer III the New York Herald It wns a French physician who first- useil It His name was Ordinaire fled he was living its a refugee at Couvet In SwHaerkind at the close of the eighteenth century Like many other country doctors nt that time he was also n druggist and his favorite reme dy Willi a curtain elixir of absinth of which be atomic hud the secret At his deuth he bequeathed the for mula to his housekeeper Mile Grand Pierre and she sold It to the daughters of Lieutenant Henrlod They cultivat ed In their little garden the herbs necessary for concocting It and after they had dlnttlled n certain quantity of the liquid tltoy sold It on commission to Itinerant peddlers who quickly dis posed of kin tho adjacent towns and during the first decade of the nineteenth century a wealthy distiller purchased the formula and very soon Afterward ho placed on time market the modern absinth which differs greatly from the old medical remedy since the latter contained no alcohol and very little absinth DRINK AND THE BRAIN lion the Former Gradually Weaken the Latter Dr Clouston of Edinburgh asylum Scotland writes to The Health Month 1- JIazp sate In saying that no man In dulges lor ton years continuously even though be was never drunk In nil that time without being psychologically changed for the worse and If time habit goes on after forty years the change Is apt to be faster and wore decided We see It In our friends and we know what the end will be but we cannot lay hold of anything In particular Their for tune nnd works suffer and yet we dare not say they are drunkards for they are notIt depends ou the original Inher eat strength of the brain how long the downward course takes Usually some Intercurrcnt diseases or tissue degener nUyn cuts oil the man before he bus a chs e of getting old I have seen such manialniply pass Into senile dementia r tieforejht was an old man from mild r p tBWtralcalrOJlc excess without S atiyaicbbollsm or preliminary outburst ll raw sure I have seen strong bruins In our profession nt tIme bar and In business break down from chronic al coholic XPI without their owners ev er having been once drunk n The rrajt of Ahitlnenc The total abstinence from intoXicat- hug liquors consistent with and con iluclve to the highest degree of physical and mentnl hfttlth and vigor and such abstinence would greatly promote the hOnlth the morality and happiness of the people It Isnu Indisputable tact that the use of alcoholic liquors as a beverage Is productive of a largo amount uf physical and mental dls ease anti that It entails diseased uppe tites and enfeebled constitutions upon offspring and Is thus the cause of a large percent age of the worst forms of disease and of the crime and wretched ness and pauperism In our large cities and country W 0 Haeselbarth Time View of a Grand Jurr The following words ore from a recent deliverance of the grand Jury of Chicago The members of this body fire taut 1urltauH but tilt fact that at least per cent of all criminal cases coming before this body have had sonic saloon connection direct or Indi rect convinces us that the Interest of public morals will be subserved by a strict enforcement of existing ordinan yes governing the conduct of saloons v Strenictli of Trniprrmice League The Loyal Temperance legion has U50000 momber the Womans Chris tian Temperance union 300000 and the- Ta 2tOOO RELIGIOUS THOUGHT Gem Gleaned From the Touch Inn of All DenomInation Christ must be accepted as all sum clent Gods commissioned messcngei tot out salvation Ilcv T If Rice Iresbytcrlan Atlanta Fulth Believe and you will be able to be llcvo more At last men come Into a faith habit of life They live In time at mosphere of faith Rev Dr Myers BaptistChicagoArt lnnlnlrSoul Everybody likes to win In order to win men study methods and adopt time best So It ought to be In wlnnlm souls to Christ Itev K Duckworth Episcopalian St Louis Courtlier Irner end Inllh rpilril A man cannot make the most of him self without great courage without prayer without faith lu God anti In Christ Rev William under Congre gatlonalUt San Francisco Ideal of Cltliriiihlp Let us look the world In tho face for wo have been chosen to be successors to tho Sou of Man and ve have u divine Ideal of citizenship to uphold Rev C C Moore Cougregatlonallst Indianapolis Ind An Aiinrrlilit nt heart Laugh nt prayer and sneer nt time Bi tile anti you are an anarchist at heart for without respect for God you cannot long have any regard fur law or gov ernment Rev C J Hall Peoples Tabernacle Denver Men JTot Money Wanted Time next revival of religion will stand for the recovery of personality Religion Will cull mull buck to Its service null will accept nothing In place of themselves Dr W J Tucker Presi dent Dartmouth College IVrlU of UnmblluB Policy playing Is time curse of the poor The poolroom draws many followers anti sidewalk gambling Is spreading Gambling makes thieves of much It thrives them to suicide Itev J W Sullivan Baptist Philadelphia llbrrtr Under the Christian dispensation of graee that Is of privilege we nre glv en wider liberty In order that we may by the Divine Spirit lift ourselves to a higher plane than Is POssible under a system of compulsion Rev C B Wil mcr Episcopal Atlanta Old Pnlilonrl War licit I have found that the people who ore doing tile most to save the souls of others are the ones who have their own souls saved In the old fashioned way by personal salvation mul turning to time way of Jesus Christ Rev John McNeil Evangelist Philadelphia Doubt mill llcllrf It requires Intellectual strength to doubt Any tool can do that It requires Intellectual strength to bellevr the Bible and to understand that AI mighty God holds the rudder of time ship null guides the whole movement of history Dr Alexander Allison Methodist Bristol Ia We Cannot Sere Two Mnnlrrn Those who desire to have nUll enjoy the pleasures of the world and at time game time serve GOIIto serve two masters must fall They have not sutllclent time to give to Goo nml the cares of this world choke the good seed Rev Father Boardiuan Roman Catholic San Francisco Fnllh Men ask how can you believe In the Incarnation and the atonement Dear brothers we know these things be cause they have been shown to us just as life and death have been shown We cannot know time how but we hav faith and we believe Bishop Scar borough of New Jersey Ignorance and Anarchism We are not prepared to expel the false prophets nor to muzzle tree speech nor to burn Incendiary book We must delve deeper to time cause In order to find a remedy Then we will In all probability thud that these comB tions have been created by Ignorance Bishop Henry C Potter Episcopalian New York The 3ll lunmrr Spirit As the heart sends tile blpou Into every fiber of time system and then draws It back to Its source Invigorat ing the whole bodygd the Christian spirit sends men to be confines of the earth and tbe1l weeps back with uu diminished power to strengthen the church atHome Right Rev L U Kin sdl Iii EIIlscopul Bishop of Brazil I Life Only a Lower School It It be true that this Is only the primary school of our race and that death Is but the passage on and into the next grade and that all souls through no matter what of necessary sorrow and discipline are to be trained anti developed Into all of which they are naturally capable then nil prob lems of disease and pain and evil are solvable Rev Dr Minot J Savage Unitarian New York- Itrjolce Iu tiood If you have done good be glad and rejoice In It God docs why not you his child It Is not a proper humility to He even to yourself You need not stand In time market place calling the loud roll of the good things you think you have done but you may set them to music In your heart and sing unto the Lord a new song every day be cause of them Rev Dr Beverley Warner New Orleans Bfntlou Depend oil It Citizen With the character of her citizenship the nation stands or falls He must be no pessimist but an optimist with faith In Ood and humanity and the future lIe must be no blind parti san but a man who has a conscience and who reverences that conscience as his king He must be broad enough to study all Issues narrow enough to hold to the paramount ones lie must be a voter and worker not a cynical dilettante or political dude Rev C F Wiihart United Presbyterian Allegheny Pa THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON VII FIRST QUARTER INTER NATIONAL SErIES FEB 16 Text of the Lemon AH v UlMentor Verien IOCJ joMrn rets- 3latt v 1O Coiiinmilnry lrriurrll by Her n M Strnrii Copyright tjr American Pntt Anoriitlon 23 Behold the men whom yv put In prison eve stnmlini In the tfiuplt ami teaching the peoiilo This xvnx time inrn sage which wn brought to time high prlet council ami senate of tin rhiltlivn of Israel as they waited tu nrtivi Ihe- prisoners whom they hncl enrested the evening before Multitudes nt men and women were believing ami multitudes of sick and demon possessed people not only In Jerusalem but also from time ritlm roundabout were healed The work was going so grandly that JIlt high priest ami Saddueeca simply could nbt stand it and 10 put the npostle lu prison God whose they were and whom they served sent an angel by night nml relented them from prison mind them to time temple to continue their ministry and uteri they atc found teaching Instead of iu tIme prls on under time power of the authorities They Inlonged to Clu- dIOJS Hchold ye have Ulleil Jerusalem wlfh your doctrine and Intend to bring this mans blood upon The high priest remind them that they had Utn forbidden to teach Iti time name of lestta anti then adds tills worth uulnUiitluimlly giving good testimony to their zeal but evidently foruPttin that the people hall cried Ills blood be on us anti ou our children Matt vvli Jot 203J We ought to obey Gull rathtr than men Thus replied Ieter nml again accused them to tbelr faces of be ing time murderers of Jesus whom UII raised from the dead and exalted with Ills right hand tu be a Prince asid a Sn vlour to give repentance and forgiveness of sins even to such they were Thut It Is not possible to please God mind to please the world lying in the wicked one is seen In Gal 10 Inbv xvi 13 Jas Ir I These apostles were lu conscious partnership with time Holy Spirit who was in them and He time Spirit was the speaker through their lips eren as Jesus had said It N not ye that jieak but time Spirit of your Father which cpcukcth In you uMatt x S3 When they heard that they were cut to the heart mind took counsel to slay them Not ouly was the blood of Jesus upon them but they were ready to bring upon thcnifelven the blood of the apostles also llefore they killed JCMIS they de sired to kill Lazarus whom Jems raised from the dend John xii IOu The truth of God when not meekly received makes manifest that the carnal mind It euuilly against Coil Horn Till 71 iil S3 Ye men of Israel take heed to yourselves what ye Intend to do as touch lug these men The apostles Ixlnir sent out of the council for a little while Uamn lie a learned anti honorable member at whose feet Soul of Tarsus had been edu rated chapter xxii 31 thus begins to ad dress his brethren He swms to bare had something of the spirit of Joseph mind Nlcodtuius who also were at one time members of the council Mark xr 43 John rll 601 Ve do not know that be ever received Jesus as time Chriot but front the wisdom and spirit of this ad dress and on the suppoxitiou that Soul would seek the welfare of his teacher we may hope that be did 3G 37 Before tbes dnys rose up Theudas boasting himself to be somebody He quotes two eases of deceivers who for a time had Quill a following but In each case the leaders perished and their followers were dispersed The mark of a deceiver Is that be boasts hlmsclfto be somebody while a true fol lower of time Lord seeks to glorify God only The antichrist shall do according to his own will and shall exalt himself mind magnify himself Dan xl 30 but the lord JesusChrist sought neither liii own will nor Ills own glory John vi 38 Till and Paul the great apostle determined to know nothing but Jesus Christ and Him crucified his mottoes being Not 1 but Christ Not I ttht grace of God II Cor II 2 xr 10 GaI 20 38 It this counsel or this work be of men It will come to naught He may have remembered tUxnc words The Lord brlugeth the counsel of time heathen to naught lie raaketh the devices of the people ut none effect lln xxxlli 10 see otio hat Till UIO for very strong vvurds In this connection It U a great comfort to the true believer to know that they that war against him shall be as nothing and ai a thing of naught and that no weapon formed against him cati prosper Isa xli 12 UT 17 30 If It be of God ye cannot over throw It lest haply ye be found even to light against God It Is written that every purpose of The Lord shall be per formed and The Lord of Hosts both sworn saying surely as I hare thought so shall It come to pass and as I have purposed so shall It stand and again The counsel of the Lord standcth for ever time thoughts of Ills heart to all generations Jcr IL 20 Isa xlv 21 1s nxiII 11 40 They commanded that they should not speak In the name of Jesus With the repetition ot this ungodly and rebel lions command they are beaten and let go How the devil bates that name at which every knee shall yet bow and con cerning which every tongue shall yet con teas that Jesus Christ Is Lord to time glory of God time Father Phil II 10 11 Jesus hind told His disciples that they would be delivered up to councils and he scourged and brought before governors and kings for Ills sake Matt x 17 18 41 RejoicIng that they were counted worthy to suffer shame for Ills name What a glorious reality la the Lord Jesus to those who can take such treatment not only without resentment but even joyful lyl Backs scourged and bleeding full of pain physically but full of joy inwardly how great In the grace of God They were already tasting that which Paul was afterward told concerning the great things he must stiffer for Christ sake chapter ix 10 42 And dally lu the temple and in every house they ceased not to teach and preach Jesus Christt Thus they obeyed God rather than man and were ready for the next beating or Imprisonment for so doing whenever God might see fit to let It come As Peter and John said they could not help doing It like Jeremiah when tempted to speak no more In Ills name they had such a burning fire with III them that they were weary If they did not speak or like Ellhu they felt that they would burst If they did not peak Acts Iv 20 Jer xx 0 Job xxxii 1820 ITHE SCHOOL n 1 THE EDUCATIONAL PROBLEM- IN THE RURAL DISTRICTS This is a question vital to tho wol faro of the nation Tho problem it so largo that it cannot ho fully con sidered in tho necessary limits of this article so I call your attention to some facts that today are a positive hind orance to the BUCCCBH of our rural schools and consequently to the best interests of tho people at large First Thoeohool term in too short This is a general statement Hero in Kentucky the term is live moutlm possibly six months iu u year mean- Ing that out of a year of three hundred and sixtyfive only one hundred days are sot apart to lay tim foundation for an intelligent moral character or to put it iu another form wo provide that six hundred waking hours of each year shall bo spent in mind and char acter building and the remaining night thousand ono hundred and sixty hours for taking earn of tho body Does this appeal to you as u fair ap portionment In considering tIme foregoing you must romemlwr that cjar acter is time foundation of a nation Secondly The teacher is under paid Hero 1 am mot by tho reply tho teacher is paid nil he earns Suppose wo admit this to Iw true I an swer If larger remuneration watt of feted tho earning power of tho teach er would increase By this I do not mean that time laggard who is paul twenty five dollars a mouth for keep iny chool would become worth dou blo that amount if it wereolfered him but that if tho pay of teachers was in proportion to tho value of their work the laggards who get all they earn would be replaced by earnest conscientious instructorH whoso purpose would bo to giro moro than value received lint teachers are not paid all they earn A teacher has a moral right to such remuneration for his services as shall enable him to bo self respecting and to put it in his power to better fit himself for tho responsible duties of his ending For five months of the year tho teacher receives as sal all an amount equal to that paid n scavenger iu the city the remainder of tho year ho must timid means to exist and generally in somowny that is not conducivo to his usefulness in the schoolroom to n love for that call ing whilo the scavenger has his job tho year around with a prospect it he hails from IItllll land of tatieaof becoming a power in lila ward with a hand in the distribution of school fundsFor every person now teaching in our rural schools who intends to make it a lifework or profession there are a Bcoro or more who Bro bridging over some present exigency or uiing tho schoolroom as a stopping stone to something more remunerative Thirdly Some of tho causes that aro responsible for the conditions com plaintd of- Parents as a rule are not sufficient ly alive to the positive necessity of educating their children They are or seem to be more anxious concern ing the material and perishable condi tion than for the intellectual and mar aland immortal character of their families If you doubt this just wait till next fodaer pulling and notice how tho attendance falls ofT Oh you say thoy aro obliged to have tho children to take caro of things Are theyt Have thoy over striven to man age so that the school time shall not bo broken Some few do and suc coed and what others do you may This name lack of appreciation of the value of education makes us unwill ing to bo taxed for longer terms the tchooltcrm is ton short Then Wo do cot appreciate time value of the teacher or we would bo willing to pay him better What is a teacher worth Ileaso remember we aro talking about teach en now Au earnest godly conse crated capable district schoolteacher is of more value to the world than n judge of tbosupreme court Time former moulds true character tho latter owes his existence to litigation caused by tho lack of character The teacher helps to make the world better TIme judge punishes tho ono who mars tho worldSome one has sail Build a school house and you pull down u jail There is much truth in tho statement but let us remember that when we neglect the school by nonappreciation of its necessity or valuoor hinder tho teach er in his development by failure to adequately support him just so much do we put supports under tbo jail Not a Teacher rI I THE HOME 1 t fl n COOKING AN ART AND A SCIENCE To know how to cook well is an IIrt To know how to cook well mid eco nomically to n science Almost any woman tate lOOk wall if she has abundance with trhmichtto do it Tho science of cooking is to bo1 able tp cook u good meal or dish out of limited materials The aim of the housekeeper should bo to become nu artist III tho wianeo of cooking Vo olTor n few recipes to assist you III working out this end 1111111IIIItie itup in n thick linen or muslin bag giving ample room to nwoll boil it from to hours or until it becomes perfect pasto mix this whilo warm with 7 pounds of Hour adding tin usual quantities of yeast anti salt al low the dough to raise well boforn the lire thou divide into loaves dust them well with lour and knead vigor emily Put to hake as soon as testily Thus quantity of lour and rico will mako about M pounds of broad which will keep moist much longer than without tho rico It is a well tested rocipo antiits tho little boy iu hw prayer asking God to mako him a good boy ImldiC ut first you dont succeed try try again A few words on thy economy of this 211ClIts7 cents 10 cents for yeast Halt and fuela big allowance tlualHJIj coats Fourteen ixninds of bread at tho bolt try not such good bread either will cost you 70 couU A good family IlloorulltOnuq- uart Hour 2 t vspoouti orwuu oftar tar J te isxxm soda a IIttlIIUIt sweet milk to mako a good biscuit dough Hub time flour and orenuiof tholodl1linanti bake at OHM If you have uo milk use water adding a tablespoon of lard to obtain tho sonic rklincM Good baking powdors for his cult without shortening Bi carbonate of soda I OUUOM cream of tartar Bounces dry item well iu tho oven with llvo door open taking care not to burn thorn anti titan thoroughly mix Keep iu wellcork ed bottles or close titus if thuy get damp tho acid will lie neutralized Uso about three toaspoonsful to ench quart of flour mix with milk if you have itif not use cold wuter and put in tho oven to bake at onco Cake nicol tvithoiit eggs or- mllleIt will keep well Flour 8J pounds sugar brown l pounds butter 1 pound water j pint baring a teaspoon of anloratus dissolved iu it Hall thin and bake on tin slucotis or shallow pans An excellent soft Knap for WnHhllll1Bnrsoap pound Cut tho soap hue and dissolve it in gallons of hot rain water and add the soda When all is dissolved untl well mixed you have four gallons of good Roap for less than twentyfive cents Cow trlbtiled Workln 34 hour a IIn litItloPills Millions are always busy cur lug Torpid Liver Jaundice Biliousness Fever nml Aguo They banish Sick Headache drive out Malaria Never gripe or weaken Smith taste nice work wonders Try 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with Citizen ONLY 350All charge prepaid NOTE I will giro THE IDEAL SUAKK siEAHK as a premium for a club of sixteen 10 subscription to TUB CIT IZEN for a year and eight 8 dollars SolId subscriptions ns faot you get them to v JOHN DODWHLL I3oroaJt Tho abovo offers aro for cash subscriptions only and must bosontthrought SOlid money by registered lottur or money order t- oTHE CITIZEN EEREA KY- Jlr Wheeler Oct Itlil of IIU During tho winter of nhuuI1uI so lame In my jolntsiinmy body that hardly hobble around whoa I a of Chr uiborlaina Pain Palm From the weillaUlIBtoadily nil tho yourU WHEELKK Northwood N Y For sale by S E WELCH J- aEdward+ Blake College Student Iy Charles 31 Sheldon Author of In lilt Stei Matcam Klrt Th Cnicyitlun uf JVilHp Xtroiio Ilolxrt llanlui Ktrtn IIUI e CbpirtiM ma In U A lu Advance IuWMtm Cu Cliwii- qjIIAPTEIt YI The raiitnlu RtartiMl the Interview by mylne TrisliltMit Hoyct weve come to you iilKiiu llio mutter of our fool bull MliHliilo fur IIIXt work trip Here IhefrlfVtti fXiMctttl to play Now MrI Hlakt who IiIIr Iipnt player for right tackle ilocH 1101 like to take the time out of ht roiirm to bu trone the week but lit IIIIH acretMl to leave matter tin we lilive iilco to your ileelnlull It seeiil to me uml to all the other nitinborn of tin teuui It thexe Kamex we have ar tiiliKfil are lini ortiiiit uml will mlver WillIan we goes Nlionltl drop out It would lie a lit 1111 to UII If this college athletics art going to ln kept up with any en tliimlniii It Ktenm neceHNury to piny tIe ganut ThatN the way I fee bout It The captain panned nud the presi dent waited to hear from the other 1Mward waited until the other mew tier of the team had heartily Hl oodeaJ tln captain ninnrkH und then an the prenldent turned a thoughtful face to ward him he Mild with considerable lie ltatlm Im In a good deal of doubt sir ii to what ought to do I like football and enjoy the game I think the train lag hal Improved my health If all the playing wtu here at home I think I rould keep lip wit uiy ell all right It Is the aliHenne of a week that makes me lluubtful alxjiit going Im a alow ttudent and cant get time to make up a weeks ulmenee from the elan room It will give me noiue trouble to nrranve fur the currying utmimy paper but In oue or two InxtiiticeN laxt year I know the rule of the taper wax SIll priidetl In the canes of football player Still of murie In uplte of the way I ftel alwut II I have agreed with the fellows to leave the matter to you sir awl I will act according to your tie i Ixluti The preHldeut llMtened very attentively awl when Kdwanl was through he did nut reply at once The three young men walled anxiously for Ills decision I iMlleve In college athletic began the prcNldent more Oil It he wan hold Ing II olll xtiy than nddrenHlng his vis Horn and I believe In encouraging them for time good of the college The ipiestlou In of count what place to give athletics In the college and the manner In which they tdiall engronM tho Htudcntt time and strength to the Istadvantage to him for his development an an all round mOil sow lllake here the president value out of bin nolllo quy and n oke directly to time young miienlhInke here has Mated one of the iiucNtloiiH that a college ought to consider In connection with the sub ject It the athletics of a school are lu danger vf nh orhlng more time and strength from the student mental tie velopment than Is good for hint time athletlefl are demanding more than their rightful share Thin leemx to IH till east with Itlake The college pri marily slots not exist In order to en counige football ltd primary object lit to develop the Itent Mixsllili iiutl and lufsmith monil ami the phyHlcal develop uient the physical certainly ought not to be put llrxt III mutterx of Importance even for a email puijt of this year The phynlcnl develoiment of a lit I ought to be suds to enable him to do moraljor or Intellectual or morel training It ls wrong Some KtndcutH ought never to attempt what I may call tho heavy physical work of a college like foot hall A few out of a largo number may llml It a benellt but those few will be obliged to draw very Hevcrely often ou the heist vitality they i osenn As to the advertlnlng the college receives from football game played at a dill tance from the college I will have a tow word to say on that subject at my next chapel talk The president panned a moment and the captain with the other member of the team looked glum enough So fart looked as It the president olllallleI clde against Edwards going Sty advice to you however lllake continued the president Is to go with hie team on this trip The captain fiiuost fell over III his snrprlso I vli lieu time proprietor of the paper anaJI rraiijce for omo otto to take your route p ille you are gone I want youlto e fair and honest nliout the mi reoults of your experience on thelrip mid omo to me M soon 54 return nml let me know It on the hole you think such a trip is a good filing for tho college or yourself SlIItyon promise to do that ryes sir replied Kdward unruly knowing whether Yeel glad or sorry ut tbi presidents declAlou Then I believe that Is oil ques tioned tho preddent gravely turning to the other two Yen sir replied the captain rising hastily If he feared the president might reverse his decision Once outside the oillce the captain Hinotv 1Mwurd Joyfully on time back Well1ohl man Irexy kept us guests lug up to till lust minute of the ins t halt didnt he Hut the way he rush ed till thing before time Was called WUK caution Of course I shall is obliged to give him my candid view of till results of time trip when IIt back said id ward In his usual slow and dogged manner well we dont fare almut that Bald the captain carelessly The main thing lu till trip It we win three on of four games the president wont ob ject and well call on him and make Mu ndvlfc tii you however Is tii go wit i the learn him give nit a xi ecch lies nfl right Of course he felt obliged to preach his little lecture on athletics but hes evl dently with us all right So spoke this captain not going very deeply Into the presidents motives In letting Kdwanl make time trill 1M wurd who knew the president better thought he could see lust reasons IIIi part ut least He saw till reason better every of that memorable week The first game played was won by Hope and a telegram from this captain to the col Icge told time new In less titan ten words Iloite 10 Talrvlew 5 Shiyton broke collar IHHIHope had ou time campus a speeches The breaking of Slayton collar HIIII was Incidentally mention ed limit every one tit easy altoul tillI substitutes who had gout slung time team to take the place of disabled luembirs Time next gamut played after nilIall night title of ilK miles The was somewhat battered for Its victory over nll hard won and Its IIIIIIIjbelncces I It was In this game that Kit wurd re ceived tilt llrst Injury that had so far proved troublesome to him Hlsrdionl tier was lousily wrenched He contln net In the game however until IhoI end It resulted In a tie neither side being able to score The team rested that night anil was to start next morn Ing for Its third game limit news came that owing to some local IlIIlIllIlthItho team exikctlng to play would he obliged tovancel Its contract and the game would have to he called offThis meant a serious shortage In nec essary gate receipts and owing to time nature of the contracts HOIK college team was the principal sufferer But the giving up of the game gave IM 011Irlllllllrfame III the schedule 11111 last game was time roughest that Kdwanl hail ever known It was played not with a college eleven limit with a local team composed partly of old players very few of whom had evrIattended college or II There was nn unusual amount of tint till exercise of bullying and of mean ness generally In the last part of time first half the captains leg was broken and he was carried off the Held iineou scions Kdwanl found himself ut the beginning of time second half xutTerlug time most excruciating pain from lila Injured shoulder He discovered after time excitement was over that It was dislocated He nearly fainted away several times lint with who were Injured he seCIIOlhllj until time was called the middle of the Held limit time score 12 to favor of the local team This was Saturday and the only train for Itaynor left at 10 oclock This would reach Itaynor between IIthean excursion and the team had to llnd seat In the smoker The captain wa III such condition that It was not wise IIwltllKdwanl had had IsIs shoulder set hilt It was remarkably sore and lit thought that rive hours ride would never end When they arrived at Itaynor there were no cars running up tin hill imiils the team walked up With the s jstl lutes they numbered some lS students One of the boys who had been iiuusu ally noisy on the train and who after ward confessed that he hunt a little liquor aboard started n college song as they marched up time hill past the si houses It was after a oclock In time morning and Kdwanl marching t painfully along with the rest silent could not crowd down the tCtItug of sliame that rose In him atthe thought of time Irreverent breaking Into time stillness of that Sunday morning lIe hind Inherited from his fattier and t mother who were Ntjw England born almost Puritan thought of the Sab bath day rAs the team Value by tut iiresldentsI tbllllMe some out proposed lug with time regulation Whos all right Itoycel And In suIte of a tee t bit objection on the part of one or two the cheer wa4 given mold till team went on to the campus entered the big gate and dispersed to their rooms Kdwanl tumbled Into bed and In ttplte of the pain In his shoulder he slept several hours He awoke about 10 oclock so sore and stilT over that he could hardly move He made himself a eup of coffee on a tgiuill oil lamp that he hail used during vacation while the club was closed and devour ed two or three apples that remained tor from a lunch of till Sunday be fort He heard till church bells ring lug and tile newsboys out on till cam ItOH calling out the Sunday papers with full accounts of all till big games on Saturday and us he put isIs head out of the wlndgw he saw a crowd of situ j deit on the hall steps reading till pa per and eagerly discussing the results of till games Some one looked up and saw him and exclaimed Theres lllake He tell us all about It The next minute n crowd hind tumbled up stairs Into Kdwurds room and he was questioned as to alt the details of the trip compelled to re late how the captain was hurt who 1111Itill holt llnancbilly etc Hy the time this was over It wu aft er 12 oclock with tIme rest of the club boys Kdwnrd went over to the tnilicIwas ball TIll few members of the team who lund Ifcn to church that morning were drawn Into till football talk with time rest Football was nerved up with every course Including till dessert and the toothpicks and Il continued to be the staple of conversation more or less through the afternoon Kdwnrd quieted his Sunday con science by going to a church servltv lu till evening lu one of the eliunhe down town When he came back to isis nHim he read a chapter In his Bible us he had been III the habit litIdoing every Sunday since ho left rill nlso started a letter to Will lint did not finish It HI shoulder pained him exceedingly nUll he lost consider able sleep that night noun the pain All time time he yj awake he was go lug over ills forthcoming Interview with time president lit looked for ward to It with mlnglml feelings of nut Icilil I dnud It was really with more relIef of mind tlmn any fear of the president that this next morning he smIth I might us well have It over first as last antI Ill see him today On lust way over to chapel services the president passed him tumid made an npiKilntnient with him for time afternoon When he went Into tIme library office tIme president greeted him cordially hilijllHlkhurtY the president asked heartily No stir Im sore nnd lame of course hilt nothing serious Ive come to make that report about the weeks trip and I want to say liNt of nit that IIiR tar Jill am concerued It U the last football trip I shall ever take away from college Thats frank beginning Oo on said the president ali Kdwanl unused Kdwanl went ou giving a detailed account of the trip not omitting any Incidents even that one of the bolster oust Hinging 8undiy morning I heard you coming back said the president slowly Kdwanl continued giving an account of his Sunday When he was through the president asked a few questions Then In summing up till VtekH cxIperlence HIake will you tell me If I put down time arguments against It Oil they an evident to your own mind 7 FlrstThe trill took time out otIyour college studies that you will have dltllcnlty to make up The amount of time was out of proportion to nay on till side of necessary athletic tleI IIOIIIIIlIIIISecond rive men tin time team re ceived serious Injuries the captains resulting In iiu enforced absence from regular college classroom work for sev eral weeks These accidents might have happened however In any gnomes s played at houe and we will not eon sider them as more than lucldtvital to football playing In general ThulnhIIe coming home of the c team late Saturday night nud early Sunday morning broke 1IIIIIIhe rl needful II not only of t very nieiii her of the tnm limit also of very tunummyl families on College hilt whose we as a college ought to respect Fourth The Sunday Itself was de stroyed largely as a slimy of rest and worship especially for the members of the team because they wen In no proper physical or mental condition totto church to study nllglous truth talk about any things except the ex citing events of the week before Its certainty a very unfortunate ar ningemeiit that nil the big football games In the colleges are scheduled for ICluIfootball season In discussing the re tilts of time game played on Saturday JltllC Is not what Sunday wan tnnde fur and It demoralizing to the best use of ilt day Fifth According to your report understand the team Is timidly In debt owing to time failure of the team that broke its contract How much did you say the Indebtedness would amount o7 I dont know exactly Andrews the IIr thought It would figure up somewhere In tht neighborhood of SIM la there any money In the assoola ion to pay thl8T No sir I dont think said Edward reluctantly How wllllt b paldr By subscription I suppose And will come bard For time fellows are down ou the team for failure to win the two games we IIIICIIThe president was n moment Do you think Blake that nny other members of the team feel as you about time unwisdom of making hII long trips Im sure they sbsil r tin kt named oue or two of the boys who had ex pressed themselves vigorously on the subject It Is going to In hard to hold the team together tot the last two college games scheduled fur tin cud of till mouth Do yon still feel like playing foot ball Yes sir I am willing to play In a reasonable manner But Ive made up my mind I can never go ofT ou tome of these long trips again Kdwanl rose to go and as time presl unit said nothing he walked to the door saying as he put his baud on thus knob Is that all slrV No please sit down again That matter that Mr Iluiikln came to see me about came before the trustees last week Out or two statements In your account of the Interview were balled Into question I want you to verity them TIme president pointed tout till places In the typewritten copy and Kdwanl vouched for their cornlmIIJIithus Is the matter coming out sir 11m ventured to ask It Is under consultation now I williHIa division of sentiment however Sev oral of the trustee nnd professors are fearful of losing money If we 1t11IIIClark and time final decision matter will result In a possible serious difference of opinion among tIme lege authorities colI There wan a pause and supposing the president was through made another movement to go when tin president called him back Blake I want to talk with yon another matter Wont yon please 011i down a minute Olwurd went hock and sot down gu eat ly wondering what time president was going to soy to him Butt he vus wholly unprepared for what followed want to ask you Blake about your religious life lu time college Are you getting any help In that direc tion r- Kdwanl was so astonished that for several second he could not think ati j wilt IIOUanything to say Finally he replied with considerable embarrassment No stir I dont suppose I am Will yon let me ask you continued the president whether you call yourself u Christian Again Kdwanl hesitated He had riot recovered from his astonishment at the thought of the college president talking to him ou this subject No bit I dont suppose I am What Is your motive for conduct I liellevc lu doing right and In Idliing the truth replied Edward with considerable pride But you do not think you are a Christian 7 No sir I make uo claim to be Dont yon think you ought to be Again Kdwanl paused before lit an vtrci1IYes sir I suppose I ought Your father and mother anyisunhito tIme Methodist church In Itamlall Do you go to any of time college prayer tneetlngs Yes sIt once In awhile not ngu replied Kdwanl with his ac customed frankness Are there Christian t indent In your class or In the coll that help you In tiny way No sit I dont know that there mire Do nny of your teachers ever speak o yon about the Christian life huts the subject ever come up In the class room rNo sir I cant recall nay word on till subject by any of the teachers And yet continued the president In the meditative way that he some times hud as If he were talking entln ly alone and yet most of the teach ers mire Christian men nnd women and church members Are we so busy In our Christian college In this cIIlIIltyI that we cant find time from tIme teach ing of language and scIences and even ethics Itself to do any personal work In our classrooms with the plastic hearts and minds of our students Wlmt are we here for In thlll Christian college If not to bring these young men and women Into a live Christian con sciousness of their place In the king Itoand business and literary men and wo men for succexs In money making and accomplishments or is It our primary object to train up devout Christian men and women to do their best through their professions and their powers to build up the kingdom of Und on earth He stopped suddenly and inuUd at Blake with great thoutthtfultn s My boy stilt at lust ui t earnestness that Edward ivit from n deep perwonal hlIjprayer and wish for YII viii that you limy bcwnif a Illi tlcuit not merely it moii Christian being und ii niger In the world you will HMK wide difference Illt1I li c nui not mistaken you msm etl yourself on your IIKII ill n moro or less contempt nit rit others A right ubvu that Yes sir I think so salt i 1 OIClI paused aguln nu i ono knocked on tin t lit sold simply iI shall pray for you IlakcuuJ 3iyon u Christian menus through through before you leave HOIJlego Thank you sir said Edward a tie went out TO BE COTT1NUEDJ For htonmcli Trouble have taken a greattnauy differ out medicines for stomach trouble nud constipation says Mrs 8 Geiger of Dunkertnn Iowa but never had good results from any as from Cham berlains Stomach Liver Tablets InInot rd ish your food feol dull nnd stupid after eating all you need is a lose ri Chamberlains Stomach it Liver Tab lets They will make you feol lik a appetitalikeJRI forITwelve Weeks School tcnoiu who board themoelVu ran oJ much or little u they clioow on living e IusIt pfi to have a little extra money to mm book sod otherthings But 1Isry ei eiiHi are onlr u follow To pay the flnt day LLDnI IIaiboolKx Hospital Fee Z petme about lJcnernl Depoult f l oo ill stove table tO 2 Fuel and Oil W Rent of Laundry 0 Flnt Months Board 5 ou l Living n- pes To dIning the tena Lallndry t Itegtnnftmg 2d Mo Roanl 6 00 Beginning 3d Mo Board 6 00 W Grnl Deposit returned oo i Total Expene12 Weeks 47173 87 75 For tho e belO A Grammar deduct the S i boob audit from Incidental fee making the total only SInWhen lour gIrls room together lid t room and tl or more on fuel waking the lota only 83173 K claSaed below A Grammar Fuel too cent more lu VIntcr anj remit ten lu Spring term vuIi The price of a big calf n little tsnbmk- or a few tioineipan bedcovers will giveit term or sChool which will change tnea whole life for tile bUrtH Night u lIar Terror I would cough nearly nil night long writes Mrs Chas Applegate of Alexandria mdand could hard ly get any sleep I had consumption so bad that if I walked a block 1 wouldcough frightfully and spit blood but when all other medicines failed three 100 bottles of Dr Kings New Discovery wholly cured me1 and I gained 58 pounds Its absolutely guaranteed to euro Coughs Colds La Grippe Bronchitis and nil Throat BUll Lung Troubles Prico fiDe and 100 Trial bottles free at all drugstores LOUISVILLE HENDERSON ST LOUIS RY DOUBLE DAILY TRAINS Louisville Parlor Cau LouisfPullman Buffet Sic For fate and further u j mWiNo P t4Ui5ViLLE KV THE CITIZEN I Save Your Money A Guaranteed Investment Our Gold Endowment Bond pays you Three Per Cent interest on your deposits This waytoyourself and f a m i lys future WILL YOU This Bond has loan values cash values and paid up insur ance at any time want them Creates an immediate estate of definite worth steadily increas ing in value each day The Mutual li Life Company of Ji TTTT YTTT J C 1IRCK Jr SpecUrAcent- Stnta Ilnnk anti Trnut Hide Hlchmoml Ky- W II PORTER IJUtrlrt Agent llcrcn Hanking Company Keren Ky BUY THE E SEWING MACHINE Do not be deceived those who ad cruse a 6000 Sowing Machine for 2000 This kind of a can be bought from us or any of our dealers from 1500 toe1800 WE MAKE A VARIETY THE NEW HOME IS THE BEST The Feed determines the strength or weakness of Double Fce l combined with other itroug points makes the New Home the licit Sewing Machine to buy Vlrtte for CIRCULARS ttyfro the air of ro manufacture and prices before purchasing THE NEW HOME SEWING HASHINE CO ORANGE MASS to Union Sq N Y Chicago ilL Atlanta Gn It LoulJMo DallosTex8an Francisco W Ton SALE BY SISCO S CO NicbolasTille Ky THE MARKETS RT A 0 NORMAN CO ClHCUUf ATI Feb 4 CTTLSrCommon 235 350 Butchers400 660 II Shippers490 58- 5CALvasChoice650 700 Large Common300 50- 0HoosCommon175 590 Fair good light560 D90 Packing600 625 SHEEP Good to choice 800 400 II Comon to fair200 800 LAMDS Good to choice 650 ifi 590 II Common to fair450 g 540 WIJEAT No 2 Red 91 COBsNo2 mixbd New 61 64l 47JRiENo 48 66 FLOOB Winter patent 890 415 fancy865 875 II Family3I0 385 MILL FEED180 2100 HAT No 1 Timothy 1250 1350 II No2II 1150 1175 No1 Clover 1050 1075 No2II 850i 900 POOLTRT 11HeavyRoostersII 4 Turkey hens II lU Toms Turkeys 9 Ducks 1- 0EonsFresh near by 24 25 Goose 611II C 61 n l TALLOW Prime city 6g 6 IICoun tr 6 Wootr Unwashed medium combing 18 Washed long 171 23 Tub washed 23 FUTUlms Qeese now nearly white 44 J gray to average 38 r 42 Duck cplored 28 85 Chicken no quills 18 Turkey body dry 12 15 4 hav used Chamberlains Cough Remedy for a number of years and have no hesitancy in eayingvthat it is the best remedy for coughs colds and croup I have ever used in my fumily I have not words to express my con fidence m this Bemedy MRS J A MopitE North Star Mich For sale byE SWELCH Ja AN OPEN LETTER TO THE READERS AND SUBSCRIBERS OF THE CITIZEN From the 12th of September 1900 the doto of the first issue of TilE CITIZEN under my management up to the present I have had n direct business interest in this newspaper On Wednesday Feb 5 1902 Berea College sold to me the weekly news paper published for more than twi years past under the name of TilE CITIZEN This sale includes the subS scription list and goodwill of said CITIZEN together with the files books and papers desk and office furniture The words within quotation marks inlthe proceeding paragraph are taken verbatim from the bill of sale made to and held by me The policy of Tits CITIZEN will be the same as heretofore it will be de voted fo the interests of the homo farm and school its mission is to bring nothing but good to all Thanking you for past support andIf relying upon you for patronage andI help for the future I am Faithfully your servantI John Dodwell Publisher and Editor N NMMN1NN11 NN11111111NN INNN1NH11111Edwin OhioSee our clubbing offers in another columnJ Brannaman is sick from la grippeMr Frank Galloway is ill from pneumoniaHon Cash of Manchester was in town Mouday Mrs Perry Beynolda has been quite ill for several days Mr Bice druggist for S E Welch Jr is quito ill from pneumonia Miss Hattie Horn of New Hamp shire has arrived to enter College Mrs Nellie Kedzie Jones wife of Prof H M Jones is in Wisconsin The Twice a Week CourierJour nal and THE CITIZEN one year for 1 Miss Ida Azbill has returned to Lexington after a visit here among friendsJohnnie Jackson has come back from Middletown Ohio whore ho has been at work Real estate bought or sold Prompt attention terms reasonable J W HOSKINS Berea Ky Uncle Jeff Harris aged 74 died at his home on Blue Lick Saturday The burial was on Monday Miss Virginia Dox who spent the summer in and around Berea is at present in Hartford Conn J Mrs Mary R Patterson of Lancas ter has been the guest of Mrs L V Dodge for the past week E T Fish was in Winchester last weekvisiting his brotherinlaw W F Garrett who is very low with con sumptionTake advantage of our specially low rate of f1 for this paper and The Inter Ocean for one yearIeThe little daughter of Mr and Mrs R H Royston died Monday funeral was conducted by Brother HI J Dorthick A full years subscription to TUB CITIZEN will be presented to any per son who will correctly repeat the an nouncements made at the Tabernacle last Sunday morning The regular meeting of the W C T U will be held next Tuesday at the home of Mrs L V Dodge at 230 p m Members are urged to bo present as the election of officers will be had at this meeting Mns E L HANSON Pros The entertainment Monday night at the Tabernacle was highly appreciated by an especially good audience considering the cold threatening condition of the weather Miss Eggles ton excels as a reader and interpre ter The selections given were varied and good The glorious revival at the Baptist Church under the leadership Evan gelist Theo Compton is resulting in many conversions and great good to the Church The services will prob ably como to an ond this week It is hoped that all who can will heartily loin in the work Everybody is wel comeOllie and Robt Henry were arrost id by Constable GabbardFriday last on a warrant charging them with grand larency They received an examining trial on Monday before Esq Luusford and remanded to jail in default of bail to await the action of the grand jury Rev C L Sturgill preached at the District Schoolhouse white last Sun day at 3 p m Ho was greeted by a good and appreciative congregation Rev Sturgill made un appointment for Sunday March 9 at 880 p m at the same place It is possible that the- M E Church will organize in Bcroa Horace Caldwoll former Borea student sends to President Frost a present of a Brovarium which is the Book of Prayers and Services us ed by a Roman Catholic priest It is printed in Latin and came from the house of a Spanish priest in tho Phil ippine Islands who was deported for having acted as a spy It is beautifully bound and a valuable souvenir of tho Spanish War The Church ofChrist at Berea UnI ion held a social in the Tabernacle Tuesday night A unique feature of the occasion was the roll call About ono hundred and fifty members of the Church answered to their names the majority of them repeating a verse of scripture as they stood to bo recogniz ed Between 400 and 500 persons attended It was a very enjoyable occasion For Sale Having accepted position in Now York I will for the next 15 days sell anything in the saddle and harness line at absolute cost I am making this sale in order to reduce my stock about 2500 I will then leave my business in the hands of T B Lakes who will continue to conduct it at same stand Now is your opportunity to buy your Spring Supplies From this day my business will be conducted on the cash basis profits will bo reduced and we will bo prepared to interest you in prices Any one indebted to the store will kindly call and settle RespectfullyI J T McCHNTOCK OUR COUNTY NEWS A fire broke but at Madison Institute Richmond last Saturday about 8 oclock but was before much damage was doneIThe grocery store of Miller Brothers of Richmond burned on the night of Feb 5 The loss was about 1800I partly covered by insurance Mrs C W Cobb of Richmond hasI been admitted to the bar at mchI mond Richmond has now two women as lawyers Mrs Florida H Parrish and Mrs CobbILast Sunday evening about 3 o clock the Baptist church at Waco burned to the ground Services wereI held in the house Sunday morning and it is thought the fire was caused by defective stove pipe Loss 2000 insuranceMrs of near Million was burned perhaps fatally a few days ago while attempting to save her lit tlo boy from burning The clothing of the child caught aflame from tho open fire Both mother and child are In criticalcondition The Y M C A at Richmond is growing The present membership is nearly two hundred The headquarters will be open shortly and will supplied with magazines news papers and other reading matter andI all men will be welcomed Mr J T McClintock of Richmond has resigned his position as assistant postmaster of the Richmond office and goes to New York to accept a very lucrative position in the office of a Mining Company doing business in Wall Street Mr McClintock is offer ing his stock of saddlery at cost See his advertisement in another column of this paper FOR SALE A Fine opening for a Live Sawmill Man One twenty 20 horse Lane R Bod lay double sawmill engine and outfit in excellent conditiop and practically- new with edger and cutoff saws complete The capacity of the mill is from 8000 to 15000 feet a day The mill is on Clear Creek Bockcastle county and is set to a fine body of timber of 300000 to 500000 feet Reason for wishing to sell is poor health of the owners For price and terms apply to II BLAZER R CO- Conway Ky BUY AND BUILDTreasurer Dsborne has several fine building lots in different parts of the town for sale cheap to persons who desire to build and make a home in Berea l N111 N N11111111 NN NI N N NN f CORRESPONDENCE l11N111NNNNNINNINNN 11NN NNINNINN MADISON COUNTYI PEYTONTOWN On the night of Saturday Fob 22 a supper will be given In Peytontown Church Mesdames F E Campbell and Lucy Turner and Misses Addoll Mil ler and Lucy Martin spout Saturday with Mrs Henry Tuvis at Silver Creek Rev Solon Blythe spent Saturday night with Deacon IL While Rev DIy the was on his way to fill his appointment at Maupintown On his return on Monday he preached in our church Irs Mary Shearer who is staying at Silver Creek with Mrs G WI Gates spout Sunday at homo George Ballow of Richmond was here Saturday on business Miss Maggio Gentry has gone to Paint Lick to live Our Sundayschool last Sunday wasI well attended We had a good time Rev S M Watts will preach for our Sundayschool next Sunday OWSLEY COUNTY BOOHEVILLE Wo are naving some very cold weather Miss Mitta Reynolds of Cow deck is visiting her sister Mrs Ada Wilson in South Boon villeI Miss Emma McCollum of Conkling has been hero on a visit to her sister Mrs Mattio Campbell John Schoonover and Darrett Chapel of Jackson county passed through hero a few days ago Eugene Garrett is attending school Green Hill Janice Goodman in recovering from a broken leg- George Scott who was wounded in a fight on tho first day of Circuit Court is dead Frank Abshoar of South Boone yule is recovering from lagrippu Uncle Joe Reynolds a pioneer of Owsley county and 77 years of age Is seriously ill from pneumonia Mr Geo Garrett our county superintendent visited tho school at Green Hill recently Mrs Maggie Goodman wife of J Goodman is suffering with abcess of the breast FLOYD George Hornsby floated out a lot of ties ou the last tide Miss Lula Chandler is recovering her health having undergone surgical operationJohn has caught several foxes recently The Baker Bros are getting their mill in good running order HH Rico postmaster at Sebastian has bought a farm In our neighbor hood Robert Amis is on the sick list Tie making is lively around hero Corn and bacon are scarce here rind likely to lo a very high price Born to Mr and Mm Elisha Frost last week a fine boy Joseph Baker had a narrow escape From serious injury recently He was hauling on a sled down hill a circular saw The sled rauagainst the horse causing him to run away throwing Mr Baker off the saw struck him but fortunately did no serious damage OABBARD We are having some very cold weather at present Dudley Reynolds of Evorsolo was here Saturday buying furs Meredith Reynolds of Cow Crook visited relatives at this place Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs R W Minter and children have just returned homo from a weeks visit to relatives in BoonevilloJames Bolin visited his brother Finley at this place Saturday and SundayJ Helton and wife are visiting relatives in Breathitt county Corn is very scarce In this neigh borhood and is selling from 50 to 75 cents a bushel JACKSON COUNTY KIRBY KNOB Mino tho littlo daughter of Wm Jones who is troubled withspinal disease is worse than usual Mr Edward Anderson passed through hero last week on his way to Boron to sell some coverlids Frank Durham John Deau and C H Click visited home folks andre turned to school Monday Abner Witts little son Ebb died Feb 6 His death was caused by blood poison from a sore made by a shoe Mr Combss school is progressing nicely Few in attendance but all are pleased with tho instruction receive 0dMlssBeasiehays has abandoned her school because of thoBovoro weather Nathan Durham and wife of Ohio are visiting relatives and friends hew The sleet did little harm hero W J Daughorty having his tim bor worked up by the stavu dealers Win Hut field is hero to repair Curtis Parkers null that was burned II few days ago Frank Hatfield Line a broom factory and tios excpllout brooms- ROCKCASTLE COUNTY DISPUTANTA Miss Josie Allen is visiting her nieces Misses Chcssio and Etta Roy nolds this week Caleb Groin of Madison county visited W 11 Stephens recently John the son f Mr and Mrs W R Stephens full over u stick of wool last Friday and seriously injured arm Rev J W Lambert filled au up poiuttueutat Clear Crook Church lust SundayBorn to Mr and Mrs Caleb Gadd a daughter W A Hammond is in JoHsamitu county ou business Jas Reynolds rind W 11 Stephens oro in Mt Vernon Monday DIEuOn Monday Fob 3 about 3 p m hurtle flntttsmtr of isllllru Jun Reynolds was called from mirth to heaven For several months she has ben wanting away with that dread disease consumption She was in tho bloom of youth being only IS yearn of age when the was own by tho grim reaper It in a joy to her loved ones who remain to know tlmt she was ready for the change The burial was ou WcducMiny tho 5th in Scaffold Cane Cemetery a largo note ber of friends attended usovidoncu of their respect and sympathy d IMPROVE THE THROAT lion to Itrmrilr Defer Produced b r Illuk Callnrc The KiiRllRli fnnlilou of breakfast Jackets with low pallor collars la be lug taken many beauty seekers It la a aeuslliio nail iKxomlntr style and the bout Mll to way to acquire a jirctty ueik clul throat Any number ut society glut an making n practice of hnvlui nil tlnlr louse gowns con ktructiHl without collars and an a eon sequence the Improvinnunt In the color or ttio skin In nmch hitMcncd- Almotutc cleanliness cite of the ro julitic of n pretty neck A thor ough Honking In warm water and pure Kunp Hhoulil given at least once a day tluni n rlnxlug In clear warm water nml thinly Iti cold wati r to closer the pores Tlucturu uf Iwnzoln nililwl to the water will haw n whiten lug effect on the skin A few ilrnut ouly are mwxwiry Often the nock U dlKllgurctl by dark lines produced by high and stilt neck- wear In such n ease cucumber Inllk will be found very beneficial It shouted be well rubbed Into the pore after they have been cleansed by the warm water and soap and before the cold wa tee Is used- lrolmbly the tissues are relaxed and a general flabbiness In the result To remedy thin procure n good massage cream nail after the lingers have been nnnoltited rotate the miiHclcs of the neck firmly In a slanting direction front under the clan toward the siren den nnd from the middle of tine throat backward and upward toward the ears Ilrenthlng exercises will do much toward rounding out and strengthening the throat muscle how to stake Iot Chrrip When you have n couple of quarts of clabbenvl milk pour It Into a tin pail or u saucepan and stand It In snottier larger kettle with hot water over the Ore let It stand till the milk la Just heated through then tour It Into bag made of cheesecloth Hang It ui and let It drain till perfectly free from whey which Is the watery part of the curdled milk When It U drained emp ty till curd from title bag Into nn earthen dish wet It with n little cream mix n generous imantltjr of butter with It working It through with your hands Koaunn It with n little salt and snake II up Into Imlln or pats and put It away In a cool place llotr lo van Tomato Tanned lomatoea are excellent scrvea with roast meuti Put In a pan with two onncen of butter six limit tomatoes that have been cut and halved Cook slowly on the top of tine range for ten minutes then brown quickly In the oven Remove the tomatoes to a hot platter and make n sauce by addling to the browned butter two tableMpooufril of Hour and after It In rubbed f nooth ono pint nf milk Stir IInmtJlIIlIg Sensor well with lIt nnt pour over the tomatoes Garnish with parsley and points of oast How to Carr Wrinkle After well wnjlilng your face nt night In hot water using any good soap dry thorouchly anti then rub In a little good cold cream well massaging till wrinkled part Wipe ort runtysun pcrlluoiin grease mill then bathe It In cold writer to which roncwutcr and simple tlneturo of benzoin which any chemist will mix for you In tine right proportions have been added In the proportion of halt n teaspoonful to v pint till your face glows Afterward dry tliorcugbly A MASTERPIECE Casimir who for nearly half a century has presided over the cult nary department of the liaison Do Tee in to retire This famous cook IIIIH been devoted to his business that ho rarely went out and boasts that ho has never seen KUTcla tow er Casimir lament the decadence of dining in Paris of recent years Formerly ns ancient Ciuimir points out thu erection of a new soup or sauce or dish was nn event of equal importance with the production of a playThe day in Cnnimira life was that on which ho invented or discovered potage gvrminy a soup mudu with till yolk of eggs cream and sorrel The pottigc was prepar ed tor n dinner given by the Mar quis do St George author of tho Mousiiilairos do la Rcine Casi receptlonthor or a composer on n first night i He mad his reward when the tune quit sent for him and before the ns sumbled guests pressed him to iris LosollllUlilexclailllcd Cusimir it is not n soup it is a great workIi masterpiece The Splendor of the Man Talking of jewelry how regretta bly fond id the Marquis of Anglesoy of decking himself out in preoiotm stone Vine marquis likes wear ing jewelry in profusion t1ocut ho pIt asked Mr l time miter quis trend vnlottrY 08 sir was the reply And changes iris jewels from time to time during the day 1 Well lcr At any rule he has jewels for the morning and jew els for tho night Yes sir If Mr Ilowden had allowed the head valet to finish his answer be gun Well Ier ho would have learned that time marquis has been known to wear one set of jew cis for the morning another for tho afternoon another for tho evening and another for which is sad to say tho verylast Tho very most hind better not be said Free Ijuice A King ae an Automobllltt During tho king of Italys sojourn at Kacconigt an excursion was made in iris nutomobile to the Col di Xava Near tho central fort he met an artillery captain of whom tho king risked various questions re specting the fort The questions appearing to the officer too search ing ho politely but firmly refused further information Thereupon tho king said smiling trYou may safely give the information to me std removing his blue clmulTeur specta cles revealed himself to the astonished ollirer It is needless to add that king anti captain were equally satisfied with their encounter Ital ian Review Largest Prison In the World In France at tho new prison which is about eight miles from Paris the authorities show their be lief in fresh nir and sunshine and the prison is a model sanitarium Throe prison is tho largest in the world and takes the place of three old ones II is built in a very sim pie style but covers with its floral gardens until residences of officials more than halt u square mile There are BO ninny as 1824 cells but iu there is accommodation on the as sociation system for about 100 more prisoners the total it will contain is considerably over 2000 What Becomes of Arctic Animals It has been a source of much stir riso to Professor Nordenskjold that during iris expedition within the arctic circle in regions where ani mud life is abundant he hAs found very few remains of animals which diala natural death No ono has nil idea of what becomes of tho bodies of such animals and it is in deed very strange that on Spitzber gon it is easier to find bones ofa gigantic lizard of remote geological time than those of a self dead seal walrus or bird The sumo is also true of some places not so far north End of Series Novels Now cones Editor Alden of Hnr pars predicting that both the serial novel and the conventional short 1 story are about to disappear front tho magazines and tlmt place will be taken b the vivid suggestive sketch giving brief expression to some single phase of thought con conning an interesting theme This looks ns if tire magazine was going to he something like the modern newspaper minus tho newston Herald New Milk Adulterant A new milk adulterant has been discovered in use by the dairy inspectors in Minnesota It is called viscogcn nnd is composed of sugar lime and water It has the effect of nuking milk appear richer then it is ns the in tho milk turns the limo to a thick white subA stanco that assimilates with milk improving its looks without its