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REV JOHN DODWELL Independent Weekly tvuh atr uK Slat of dltas Devoted to the rripoiKlnnt MgrT CAnInterests ol HEMitered at the Iwtoflct at lima Ay FARM SCHOOL dais twaa ma Its 50 CENTS A YEAR U VOL III A Family Paper BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY FEBRUARY 20 1902 Fifty cents n year NO Pi n IDEAS By nil means decide today through tho Spring Turin Only oluvon days moru of nchool std the Winter Toni closes Example is tho school of mankind and they will loam at no other BURKIThe loss you teach about battles tho bolter for your pupils and tho country Wixsiiir- Whoroin you ruprovu another bo uublainnblo yourself for example lit more prevalent than precept Gro WASHINGTON TAKE NOTICE Rev li R Hogun will preach at Boar Wallow next Sunday morning at 11 A conference of school mon from the mountains will bo hold in Korea JII 28 to March a- Do not fail to attend tho lecture next Wednesday night at thu Tabor naclo Wireless MpgraphyV by Reno B11olbourn- The Winter Tone of Borea College closes Wednesday March d The Spring Term o ens Wednesday Mar 12 Special classes will bo formed for preparing fttudeuts for teachers examinations Two services at Farristown next Sunday Rev Wm Lodwick will preach at II p in At 6 p ui Prof J W Dinsinoru will deliver a lecture on Tho Life of Christ Illustrated with flue stereopticon views FROM THE WIDE WORLD Time municipal authorities of Paris France are paving several streets with glass A project is on foot to muku gas near conl minoi and pump it 121 miles to Paris France Shamaka Trniiscnucasin Russia has been destroyed br an earthquake attended by great loss of life In Japan some interesting experi monte have been conducted for the artificial production of rain byolee trleitv IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Andrew Carnegie lies lately given a second S300XK to Cooper Institute New York In one day 39200 tons of iron worn recently shipped from Ashtabula 0 to Pittsburg Pa Des Moines lows is under strict quarantine on Recount of smallpox rte isTeutoixIs Etlingham county III The buildings of the Pan American Exposition have boon sold for U10 000 to a Chicago wrecking company Andrew Cdrnogio is in favor of tho Panama route and says tho accept Race of tho otter of tho Panama company would Ira wise nail business likeJohn D Rockefeller has pledged 1000000 to Harvard Mr Rocke fellers share of the lust quarterly div idend of Standard Oil Stock is 7 000000 Tho West Virginia University has recently received a giftof a passenger locomotive from the Baltimore Ohio Railroad for experimental use in its now engineering building- COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Oov Beckhum has approved the joint resolution favoring tho election of U S Senators by popular vote Gov Bockham last Friday pardon ed before trial Edward and Talbott Qurrnnl Daniel Wood and John Lu cas indicted for tho murder of D T Holland in Clay county Doe 8 WOO A communication to tho ourier Journal front Mouticello Ky em phasizes tho charge recently made that tho Standard Oil Company has assumed an attitude of hostility to tie independent oil producer In Kentucky The bill for Capital removal to Lex- Ington has boon ammonded to allow r the people to vote for Frankfort Lou isville or Lexington and has passed the House If tho bill passes tho Senate tho popular vote will decide tho question The House Committee on Rovonuo and Taxation has completed the new revenue hill If the bill is adopted the revenue of tho State will bo In- creasedJ 250000 The tax rato will bo CO cents oil each S100 valuation divided as follows General Expendi ture 25J cents School Fund 22 eta Sinking Funds 5 cents A AL Col legs 1 cent WASHINGTONS BIRTHDAY Tho earns of Washington is moro widely known und universally revered than any other in our Nations his tory None other ill fact approaches it save that of Lincoln It was a kind Providence that gave us as our first hero a man of unsullied character genuine patriotism one whom n young man may imitate in nearly all particulars chaste honest unselfish studious Any student who would look over the account which General Washington kept during the eight years that ho commanded tho armies of tho United States would be encouraged towards diligence and painstaking accuracy Washingtons Birthday will be ob served by department socials on Sat urday night Tho collegiate depart mont will meet at President FrostV the other departments at various houses CONFERENCE OF SCHOOL MEN FROM THE MOUNTAINS A notable gathering of educators will bo held in Borea Fob 28 to Mar 3 whoa tho schoolnlen of the mountains meet hero in conference upon the spmal needs of tho mountain schools About twenty newlyelected County Superintendents from the mountain counties of Kentucky besides distin guished visitors from adjoining States have accepted an invitation to bo pres emit The general theme of tho Con ference is How the Superintendent can Improve the Public SchxJIIIa Through the Teachers b Through tho Trustees c Through tho Pa Irons The meeting will practically onSuperiutomieutra Institute and has been undertaken as a part of the extension work of nor College un tier tho direction of tho superintend out Professor Raymond Tho dis cussions will bo conducted by a dozen authorities upon the special subjects under consideration The conference will be opou to the public and all are invited I DIED RICE John F Rice pharmacist for S E Welch Jr died at his home in Bores about midnight of Monday Feb 1711X12 aged about 28 years Mr Rico was taken with pneumonia about ten days ago The disease was very serious from tho start but on Sat urday 15 tho attending physicians felt quito hopeful for the recovery of the patient On Sunday new symp toms developed plucrisy set in caus ing most Intense pain which continuo ed to tho last perhaps really causing death QUARTERLY MAGISTRATE COURT GLADE DISTRICT Our regular quarterly magistrate court was heldliwt Saturday in Boron Esquire Luusford presiding Tho following cases worn disposed of M B and A P Ramsey vs T 0 nail IAS Matthews judgment for plaintiffs 9075 Enos Davis vs V T Roberts trans ferret to Esq Johnsons Court Bicknoll Early vs W A Todd continued to Fob 21 Commonwealth Henry Dame roll continued to Fob 21 G W Settle and Smith und Bush vs J 0 Hays judgments for defendants Commonwealth vs Rollio Harrison breach of tho ponce 20 and costs amounting to about 10 Oscar Shockley figs Estridge and Robt Boski sea were summoned to ap pear and answer to tilt charge of drinking to intoxication in public places They disobeyed the summons and a warrant for their arrest was sworn out The docket was cleared with the exception of two cases dis continued to Fob 21 This was Esquiro Luusfords first court as magistrate Wo congratu late him on his prompt and thorough attention to business Ho purposes to do his duty ns a Christian gentle man Any ono found intoxicated on tho public highway or public place in this district may expect tj have to toll where lie procured hula liquor so says Judgo Lunsford fltlll Will Worry Central All attachment Is provided In Sweden liy whlch the secrecy of tin telephone hue Is sis urwl The apparatus which Is routed ut a uioilcrntc rule Indicates wliclluT the telephone operator U lis tening to tbd eouvsrsntlon or not flic SHituillf AmiTiiiiii girls mi lie oiinl ut n ilevki wliiili Is Kpetlall niluptcil for KiildliiK used cultlni Its lu to bo iixed In tying up packiiiie It iii till Invention of a KtloulH mun liny mood u Weiilslcy- Tlii IhulllllrlllllI essentially II lower ciiiiipirliiieit nod an upper com parlinetit till former of which eontalni the hull of twine the upper of which liifloscn tin operative niechnn Urn This iH ratlvv uieehonlHiu comprise n tiHitlied wlietl munlilng wltb a rack formed on a currier The currier U tu NOVUI TWIXi IIOLUKII ASP fUTTK- Itliilnr In form slid receives the erne lull of the ltvlaet uprlng In the currier prevents the twine from slipping IU l6w the opening In the cutting through which tile carrier nornmlly projects a knife Is secured In the up- IKr section of the raolng u plunger sur rounded by n colled sprhig Is mounted the plunger being provided with u rack which likewise inexluH with the tooth ed wheel When the plunger Is earth deprived tho toothed wheel In turn ed whereby the carrier In forced with in the casing When the plunder Ic do prcsiipd to Its fullest extent u blade attached to Its lower end will pass the Dxed blade previously nientlaned anti sever that itortlon of the twine which extends through the opening In the catt lug Tu Aniu HIP llrnf Mini Illlin- lriiyslclms used HolvntlstM are much Interested lu two inarhlncH which have recijtitly l eon designed for the special benefit of the blind and deal In the ease of the blind a vlneuintogrnpli Is used which passes under their lingers a soYles of reliefs representing the name object In different iMixltloiK the result Iwlng that nn Illusion or moving scents Is proented Just HIiiHlon Is prcHentoil to those with sight by pho tographs passing over a luminous screen For the hlllIt of those who ore Incurably deuf Dr Dussnnd of the Psychological institute of 1nrls has Uts vIxtHl an electrical vibrator which gives them the notion of musical rhythm Moreover for those who ore only par tially dear he Ins arranged what he calls a gradual amplifier of sounds which strengthens the hearing organs and sometimes Improves them ImiiiirlHiit Plague Dlnrurery- Soino experiments recently made at Capo Town to Indicate that tho rut plague which mi friMiicntly ac coinpnnlco liunitin plague epldcmlcn and which has hitherto been thought to he due to the Mine bacterium In really another disease caused by n dllTVmil microbe Ilnbonle plague Is readily conimtinlcnble tu rabbits by Innculn bit whereas the rat plague bacillus when Injected produced no elect std Indeed differs very considerably In ap trance trout the human plague bacil lus- IIinv to Krrp lnralry Jf you keep parsley wrnpiKil up lu a piece of wet cheesecloth you can keep It for several weeks without It spoiling A new ty fwrltliig marhlne Is now receiving from UK iiinniifurtiircrs next critical consdoiiillon 1111 operated by electricity inked from mi ordinary electric light wire and all that the person writing has to do U to touch ever so lightly the keyboard letters The spite ing between words tin spacing nt tho ends of lines and between lutes every 1111trlcically Skilled writers havo been testing some experimental machines to ascer taut the commercial prnctlcnblllty of the now Invention and lo see wherein It may bo Improved before putting It on the market It In expected that It can bo made so as to sell for about 17u A XIel1I llama Cluck A noiseless alarm clock would prove a boon to u host of sufferers from Bcasonablo din The suggestion la nude that a silent alarm call bo given by fo cusing an electric lamp upon the liens of the person to bo awakened mad ar ranging a witch so that the current to light tho lamp would bo turned on by the clock at the desired time It Is claimed that the hash of light would Invariably arouse the sleeper Dont Use- Spectacles Unless you need them and if you use timer be sure they fit your needI will give thorough examination with tho above instrument roan or niAnoK which always indicates the correct glasses to use II you dont need glasses I will tell you so iT Aa RobinsonOp- tician and Jeweler Main St Berea Ky ESTABLISHED 1863 MADISON MONUMENTALWORKS Head stonesurns monu ftranitegoverned by quality of ma terial Prices reasonable Only firtttclaBS work done All work guaranteed J T Hamilton Prop RICHMOND Ky MAIN oTHKKT lpiO lte Ulintuti Vo artI yyF- aFOR HANDMADE FANCY WOODWORK in hats sunbonnets fancy baskets of all descriptions napkin rings in allcolors Send your orders to MISSES M AND L CARTER BERCA KENTUCKY Prior very reawiiutile and all work well nude I JfMK This LifeByDr Kings New For Discovery Consumption Coughs and Colds The only Guaranteed Cure DruggistCURESGripVhoopIngCouari lniiuonlo oranj LungsTRIALRegular Sizj 101t 900Salary Men and women of goal address to represent fortorahsalary guaranteed yearly extra oommUtloui and stabllahedImuaeIn secure plenwnt permanent position situ liber al Income New brilliant linen Write at once STAFFOIUI IUKSH Church St New llnvr foun SinnrlliliiR Thnl Will Do You rood We know of no way in which we eau be of moro 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 them veryhestcoughs colds and that alarming com plaint crolllWo refer to Chamber Hans We have used it with such good results in our family so long that it has become a house hold necessity B y its prompt use wo havent any doubt but has time and again preventedcroup The testimony is upon our own ex periu ice andwe suggest that our readers especially those who have theirhomesCamden lS C Jfeistnger For aale by S E WILOU JR r DO YOU LIKE FINE SHOES Of course you do but perhaps you dislike to pay five or six dollars the price asked for most lino shoes Suppose then you try a pair of the world famous WALK OVER SHOES The shoes that won first prize at the graat Paris Exposition over tho whole worlds competition They combine all the fine points of the highest priced shoes but sell for only S3BO to 100a pair All styles of lasts und leather to select from- Ourassortnient of Mens Shoes is second to noun uudour prices are positively the lowest COVINGTON BANKS Richmond Ky DR M E JONES Dentist e Offic MillineryStore Office Days Thursday Friday and Saturday of each week MEAT MARKET I have reopened the Meat Market on Main Street Fresh Meats Dressed Poultry and Vegetables in SeasonM RAMSEY Berea Ky n Sprclal Notice to Our ICtmler Thua paler le on ale lit the oftlee of The ChI r o Utter ocean KW10S110 Kut Monroe Street Chicago where our readers will be rourteously greeted who may rare to call upon The Inter Ocean for a tour of and lightteeing through magnificent bUlldlnfln which can be found every Ienllnc provement of the age lu connection with the needs of a great newspaper It li a rare tree to set one Interested In the subject and uliould be taken advantage of Night Three Years in RichmondAnd sets of teeth that have been made at my office if there is oue set or any sets that show any iPefects I will make a now set free We are making the best set of teeth in the world for 750 and if defects show in lye years we give you a new set free This applies to all the teeth I have mach or am going to wake the best alloy ills in the world at 75 cents DR HOBSON Dentist Permanently located in the Hobsor Building next door to Gov erumeut Building Richmond Kentucky Reference Richmond National Bunk Special Price to Students Fair Dealing Pays And that is one reason our business is increasing Wo soil you in a way to bring us your Future Trade and that of your friends For The Holidays New Rockers Ladies Desks Couches Dining and Bedroom Furniture and many attractive articles to make tho home comfortable Picture Framing Carpets Matting Rugs UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY Day Phone Phone 66JOS JOPLIN Richmond Ky 1 u HARNESS HARNESS THE LARGEST STOCK OF HARNESS Ever brought to Berea Collar pads formerly sold for 40c our price 25o Everything else in proportion BICKNELL EARLY Berea Ky NNNNNNN A Fire Sale NO I i A SALE OF THE FINEST LINE OV LADIES BUT Geuta Boots Shoes and Furnishings in Kentucky SPECIAL TO STUDENTS and Citizens of Berea WEGUAUANTEE yourChapelPow has had his burnt samples replaced with a finer lino See I Pow at the same price wo charge in our store i Douglas Crutcher Richmond tNNNN Kyt- NNNNN J LOOK OUT FOR THE INDUSTRIAL ISSUE NEXT WEEK I ITHECITIZEN COLORADO HIGHWAYS now Improved float Vonlil Honed the State Discussing the work now being llonc lIy the National Good Roads afwociti thin ilea Denver Republican says + That the Invention of the Wcycl y would result In a movement among thc American people for the constrnctloi of good vnKon roads WAS prolmbly lIot to ouch ax drenniMl of when whecllii was first Introduced as a sport nud incniii of exorcise It Is a fact how ever that wheelmen and especially the Icagua of American Wheelmen hay c been a potent factor In starting jus such n movement- Horntlo Knrle president of the Iciijui1 Is doing a great public work lit the smite time ho Is promoting the In tcrvsts of members of tho league by hi efforts In bebslf of good rond At the expense of the association he scuds crew of road builders to different part of the country to construct a mile or half a uillaot sample road to show the people what limy lio nornmnllihiHl mil to Illustrate the advantages of main taming highways of that kind It U expected that In course of time his crow will roach Denver and that strip of good road will be laid from tho city out Into the country When bull It will be firm and substantial and It will be available as part of any pro jetted highway that tho public may In tend at some later date to construct Too much praise could hardly be giver un association which enables this to be done The tact that our roads rarely get muddy like those In some parts of the humid region suggests that the good roads problem is not one In which Col oradoans an deeply Interested But that is a great mistake There Is 08 much need of good roads here as anywhere else though the expense of mak Ing them may be less Colorado Is a tourist state and circumstances there fore demand that It have better highways than states to which tourists rarely go Driving over the highways or certain European countries Is one or the delights of a foreign tour to tha part of the world Hut In the Unite States such pleasure Is almost un known Absorbed In building railroad with wonderful energy the American have illhl too little attention to wagon roads But fortunately the wheel men and others arc bringing about a better condition IOWA ROADS IN SPRING SI Cnnar Great Inconvenient nod IOKI to Farmer Business In most of the country towns In Iowa during this spring bas been at a standstill ou account of the almost unprecedented bad condition oC the roods Not since the great Hood h the spring of 1S02 has there been m much water In Iowa as there Is thIs spring U Is a serious and dangcrou undertaking for n farmer to start to town with an empty wagon nUll to haul a load Is out of the question They either go on horseback or on foot when It Is absolutely necessary to gc to the postotllce or on some other cr rand to the nearest town The three snowstorms In the inontt of March added very much to the mols ture that was already In the grouut and that failed to soak In because ol the frost When this snow melted It washed out runny culverts and mdd dangerous places in the roads It soma parts of northern Iowa when the soil Is thick and sticky the mud clogged upon the wheels so that they could not turn and whoever started out to drive with any sort of vehicle usually carried a spade or on ax with which to dig the mud off Big heaps of It may ho seen alongside of the road where people have stopped to unload their wagons Nearly every line of business has felt the effects of these conditions Farmers could bring nothing to town to sell and they did not come to buy If they happened to bo out of coal they either burned cobs or cut down n few trees or burned up some old posts In ninny parts of the state all sorts ol farm work has been suspended because the fields are covered with water and are almost Impassable even by a man on foot The streams and ponds ure filled as they have rarely been promising unusual plcntlfulncss ol game during the spring und fall Culnene float The Chinese road Is private property a strIp taken from somebodys land This Is dour much against the will ol the owner since bo not only loses the use of It but also still has to pay taxes on One consequence Is that It Is wide enough for only one vehicle and carts can pass one another only by trespass- Ing on the cultivated land To prevent this the farmers dig deep ditches by the roadside As tho surface wears away and the dust blows off It gradu ally grows lower und after awhile It becomes a drain for the surrounding fields A current forms In the rainy season which still further hollows It out and thus has arisen the proverb that a road a thousand years old be comes a river Develop the Country I am heartily In sympathy with the good roads movement I do not know nf anything that will more materially benefit the country Good roads will create a base of supplies for the towns und cities They wilt reduce tho cost of marketing the produce of the farm und thus turn thousands of dollars Into the channels of trade every year that are now spout for wear and tear of teams and vehicles and the loss of n time In getting to add from market By reducing the cost of marketing they will enable the farmers to diversity their crops thus developing the cOlin try along nil lines No country can be thoroughly prosperous without good public highways Rev J B Lawrence RELIGIOUS THOUGHT Genii niennttd From the Teaching of All Drnonilnntloni Sin docs not consist In doing wrong Wrongdoing Is the result of sin Sin i Inherent In mans nature Itcv L BroughtoD Baptist Atlanta ChniiK Let us not grow discouraged bj changes Look below the surface and you will see the truth which novel changes Ilcv G C Loriiuor Uaptlst New York Wrnlth n Menu Sot nn land Time modern millionaire Is the imtura product of tho modern competitive system There Is 110 sin In for wealth as the moons to an 11II1HubhlILevy Plttsburg Undue on ChrUtlan Business which cannot be on Christian principles Is cllntlllctll1I which should be conducted meuDr George P Eckmun diet New York- Foreboding and llthlJl The vice of foreboding Is very to the virtue of forelooklug It closeI forelooklng without fulth which es out wherever there Is lightDrC- barles Wood Presbyterian Phlladel phlo Sin No IMeanure No sadder picture can be Imagined than that which portrays the Inner life of the sinner who sleks to satisfy the cravings of his soul In sinful pleasures Rev W A Hunter Presbyterian Denver The Idenl 1101111IThe Intelligence and self control which the life In the world Is bringing- to woman added to her distinctly fem mine qualities will In the end produce in some form the Ideal hOllleHevI Wilson M Itackus Unitarian Chicago Wlmt Salvation In What then Is the salvation that Is worthy of preaching today that will fit the lives and thoughts of the people of our world It Is salvation from future sin We leave the past with God Itev David Utter Unitarian Denver God the LlnftU of Law We must recognize that God Is at the basis of good government that we cannot have righteous laws rightly maintained without a Christian spirit In the hearts of the IlCOpleHeIIDr Stephen W Dana PhlllldelllhlaI relsuItare on earth who have the spirit of Christ to vile itItev Henry P Lutz Christian Church Wllklusburg Pa Godn Tnt The refiner of metal sits shove It and Is not satisfied until the surface of the seething metal reflects clearly his Image So God sets the same test upon his children here as they are made to show in their lives his own Image and character Rev R P Hakes Atlanta Free Will What a man does and Is he chooses to do and be Ills acts have the qua ity of moral goodness or of moral bad ness and render him the proper objector commendation It the former or of reprobation If the latter Rev Dr Thomas L Allen Episcopalian Cazcno via N Y Practicing Immortality Live as you ought to live If life goes on forever and the future Is time hare vest of the present Think as you must think if there Is a day after today und the eternal years of God belong to truth and justice and righteousness Dr Washington Gladden Congrega tlonnllst Columbus O Advice to Young Men Young men aim so to live right in your own communities that men will believe In you that men will say of you I have tried him I have trusted him I have watched him and hes true steel Id rather have men say that of me than wear all the crowns In Europe Rev Edward Bristol Presby terlan Rochester holy Work The Investigator the searcher of truth who discovers some better method of sanitation or some way of mak ing the tenement districts more healthy or the home life or school life of poor iblldreu more bearable may be doing is holy work as any great revivalist who can be named Rev Camden M Cobern Methodist Chicago ChrUtB Wlrelci Telegraphy Prayer brings the Heavenly Father In unison with us Christ has sup plied a wireless system of telegraphy by which nil faithful Christians no matter where they may be or how sit uated can always and Instantly com municate their wants and desires to their Heavenly Father Rev J A Gaz iway African Methodist Episcopal Plttsburg The Test of Fire Fire tests buildings of brick stone and wood and only the substantial lurvlve Us ravages When a mans character Is detective It will be eventu illy revealed The fire will test It Duly the indwelling of Jesus Christ will enable a man to withstand the test when It comes as come It will sooner jr laterRev Edward P Cowan Sec retary Freedmans Hoard Presbyterian Church x Man Above the Animal Man differs from the mere animal In bat he possesses high and holy asplra ions You may satisfy an animal with ood and shelter but you cannot thus satisfy mankind The problem of sociology therefore Is not alone better tenement better clothing better trans lortatlon purer food Important as Is very item In this list The problem Is fundamental as the difference between man the animal and man the mmortal spirit with longings for tel owsblp and sympathy antI recognition tad love Rev W L Davidson Metb idiat Box Ridge N J THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON VIII FIRST QUARTER INTER NATIONAL SERIES FEB 23 Text of the Iron tel vl lII Moiniirr Verne 7 S llolilru Text Malt x Commentary 1reiiarei by Ilev D Slrnrnn Copyright 1902 by Amtrlcia mOl Asfoclillon 2 It is not reason that we shunt leave the word of Cod and serve tubiry This was the decision of flu twelve whet there began to bv slime miirniuiliis ninon the disciples conctMiitiig the daily mlulf tratlon of things temporal Ax the uuiu her nf the disciples multiplied it couli hardly be expected Unit In these newbori babes there would uot lie manifest sum phases of the old nature of tIt works of the tlexh such as wrath suite surgiiiKS and such tike Gal v level Peter James and Johu mixlit roineuilK quite a number of tiling iu their owl lives even utter they Lad been a year or two with Christ which were of the tltsl and not of the spirit to It Is to be hops that while they dctormlueil that the could not take time to eel to there eels ugly uiisplrltual affairs they were patieu with the muruiurers 3 4 We will give oiirwvlves contluu ally to prayer and to the ministry of hi word They would not serve tulilex IJllt they would pray and starch nod trace the word They recoKiiiied the tmpnr tnncc and the dilliculty of UOIltl IIi ti the daily ministration for they san flu necessity of a coinnilttpc of honest rp oat full of tin Holy Ghost anil wisdom 5 U They chute Steplifii n uuiu fun of faith and of the holy Ghost und Philip The other tire are not men lloncil apaln cutter this verse which not iieceHsarlly anything against them IliilH U mentioned Histcou times BUll Steplien who became the first martyr for Christ Is mentioned seven times If the niiiul of the majority Is a correct guide tlior the ap olntlue of thus coiniultUo meal the proper thing for the suggestion pleas ni the whole mullltiule There was same thing In those ilnys In the laying on ol bands II Tim Iv 11 It Tim 11 but ll was not confined to tilt Lauds of llu upostlr Acts Ix IT sill Jr The lay Inir on of hands In our day U not unlike the shaking of hands sometimes there arc life and Inspiration and Domctiuies n chill Itnrnabas thlitII of consolation was like Stephen a mau full of the Holy Ghost nUll of faith chapter xi 2ll There is no reason why each believer should not bu so tilled i S Aud Stephen full of fnith and power did great wonders and miracles among the people Time word Cud in es In xil 21 grew and mul IlttClllcc1or in xix 20 grew mightily The tiumlier of the dbcl greatly in JernMlem and 1 great company at the priests be muse be lievers It was truly a great ami might work of time Spirit of Got and was Utlt- IOlIfillttl to the apontlos for Stephen ivllllni to serve tables was greatly used God working wonders and miracles by iiiui The gospel is the power of God into ealvatlou to every one that lx loveth Maul 10 aril an the word In jrencLid the Spirit works convincing of tin and righteousness and judgment When a servant of Christ prcarlum the wool of God he has a right to believe hat it will accomplish Ills pleasure and serer return to Him void lisa Iv 11 iVe rutty leant u lesson of assurance from thl devil In this matter for when he lowed his tares he kcvmu to have had no inxicty about their growth for he went his way sure that they would grow Matt xill 25 Let us have faith In God hat He will take care of ills own wonl tad that no word from God ihall W void or trower Luke i1 It Vl 910 They were not able to resist the vlsdom and the spirit by which lie poke The lord Jesus had promised I mouth and wisdom which no adversary could gainsay or resist Luke xxi 1C mad this was a fulfillmeut of Ills promise The wisdom wss the wisdom of God and the spirit was the Spirit of God An with tbe Lord Jesus the words and works were III the Fathers no In these Spirit filled flea the words and works were all the lords John xiv10 xvii1St We think of the night in Gctlwaiane when Iu rc ily to their sayloK that they sought Jesus of Nazareth He simply said 11m- and they went backward and fell to the round It was the same word that sealed the leper cast out demons rebuk eel fevers and all manner of disease still N the storm und away back in the begin ling created all things What do we now of the power of Ills wonl In us or hrough us or of the experience of Paul In these words Striving according to His working wblch workcth In me might- Ily Col 911 12 They caught him and brought Inn to time council The adversary can land ten thousand ordinary believers of tbe Laodicean stamp and be not a whit druid of then but let a leter or a itepben filled with the Spirit stand bold r fer ClirlstJind the resurrection and the de1I will do his best to stop them The lower of God in Stephen was more than iatnn could put up with and no he stirs UI the rulers ned the people to lie about blm and to arrest him 13 14 Arid set up false witnesses So Jezebel did to Nabotb and so these ami rulers did to our Lord Jesus It vas written concerning Him Falso fitnesses did rise up they laid to My barge thing that I knew not They bat hate Me without a cause are more han tbe hairs of Mine head they that would destroy Me being Mine enemies wrongfully are mighty Is xxxv 11 cix 4 We must if we follow Him fully expect the same treatment lie reeked for all that will live godly In Christ Jesus shall suffer persecution II- Tim Hi 12 and He Himself said If bey have persecuted Me they will also ersecute you John xv 20 IS And all that tat In tho council raking steadfastly on him saw his faces It had been the face of an angel He wal no doubt thinking of time Lord Jesus and all that Christ hall endured for him ty faith he saw Christ and not these ricked witnesses or rulers and the glory of Christ was seen upon him We are opt to think It very hard when people rongfully accuse us and lay to our barge things we know not but we should onsidor It as blessed fellowship with Cbrlst remembering Ills own words Blessed are ye when men shall revile and persecute you and shall say nil 110U of evil ncalust you falsely for My rejoice and be exceeding glad for reat Is your reward In heaven Matt v 11 12 Some associate this aneclliko ppearance of Stephen with the time ot- hla martyrdom but it was before he gave hll address to the council May we ever 10 see Jesus that we shall reflect his lory rHH THE HOME HHl NNN N1NNNN1N 1NNN1NNN1 NEW RECIPES Potato udlIngHub throng a sieve six largo cold boiled potntoei beat well four eggs and stir into ono pint of milk thou stir in tho potutcx With sugar and tuvisouiug to taste Unite in a buttered pudding dish out half hour To bo eaten with butto- iJnxnborry Shortcake Iako a crust of ouo quart of flour ono rourth cup of buttor nud two tnblespooiiHfu of baking owdor bake in cakes Split opon with n hot knife und butto as soon ns they are takuu from tho oven Fill with wellsweetened cooked cranberries and servo with suga or sauco For punch tapioca pudding Soak ouo scant cupful of farina tapioca overnight in threw cupsful of wa ter drain add ono cupful of syrup from canned ponchos Arrange the peaches in a dish pour over time tapioca sprinkle with onohalf of n eupfu of sugar tad bake in a moderate over until clear Servo with criiun or a sauco monde from tho peach syrup MullliiH Mix with ono pint of Hour after it is nifted threw henpint teaspoonsful of baking powder slit into this lire yolks nf three eggs and a littlo salt then gradually Htir in out full pint of cold water and arid Instlj the whites of the three eggs beaten to a stilT froth IJuko in tool nmllii cups which must bo greased and very hot before tho mixture Is poured in only half fill thorn ar tho mulliui will rise a groat deal Eat us soon in bakedLight Cream Snuco Heat a scant half cup of buttor until creamy and then add gradually half n cup ol powdered sugar if light it should look light and smooth and must timer have a quartercup of cream stirred in by degrees Just before sondiiif it to table stand the howl and content In n larger one of boiling water stir briskly for a miuute when it will ho como creamy and is ready to have tin juice sad grated yellow rind of a loin on stirred in linked Splco tuddingThis is a nice way to utilize leftover break fast food Boat three eggs until thick and lemoncolored mid one cupful of cold cooked Ralston breakfast food half of a cupful of molasses onehall of a teaspoonful cicamon and one fourth of a teaspoonful of milt lastly beat in one cupful of milk Bake in a very moderate oven from forty five minutes to an hour Cover while link ing removing tho cover tho last live mmutea to brown Servo cold with cream and sugar or hot with hard sauce How to Cream Canned Salman Make a white sauce of one tablespoonful of butter one tablespoonful of flour and one cup of milk Season this with a little cayenne pepper Break the contents of one can of salm on Into small pieces and add them Stir lu one teaspoonful of lemon juice and a very little mace Use chopped parsley for a garnish This dish Is Improved when the mixture is put In hells covered with buttered crumbs and browned In heaven How to lake Motion Collard Fill a buttered custard dish with stale bread crumbs and finely chopped cooked mutton lightly mixed Dent one egg and add to It halt a cupful of milk and a few grains of salt Iour this mixture over tho meat and crumbs and bake it In a pan of hot water or on top of the stove until the egg Is lightly set Do not allow the water around the custard dish to boll or the egg will harden llov to take Strawberry treervs To every pound of berries allow a pound of sugar Put the fruit and sugar In alternate layers llIn agate or porcelain preserving kettle let It stand an hour to draw out tic juice put over the fire and cook slowly until the juice Is thick Put up In small gloss jars and keep In a dry dark place HOIT to Ilepixr Meenelinum To cement meerschaum pipes wake a glue of finely powdered and chalk and white of egg Put a little this glue on the parts to bo repaired and hold theta pressed together for a moment Ifotv to Remove Ink Spot Ink spots on cotton silk or woolen fabrics should be treated with turpen tine Saturate the spots with spirit- at turpentine and let It remain several hours then rub it between the lauds SRtuhlehIHow to flake Almond Almonds chopped and mixed with rwlco their bulk of crisp grated celery moistened with mayonnaise make a delicious sandwich filling A Horrible Outbreak lIor largo sores on littlo laugh ers head developed into a case of scaM head writes C D Isbill of Jorgantou Tenu but BucklenH Arnica Salvo complotoly cured her Ils a guaranteed euro for Eczoma Potter Sylt Rheum Pimples Sores Ulcers and Piles Only 2cents Rt- all drugstores NNf HHH H1THE SCHOOL HJN NNINNNININ1 N1 IDEALS OF SCHOLARSHIP Oiu of tho timings tho college shouh- tench a man end does touch to met who become scholarly is thu nbilitj not only to do things and to do thou well but to do thorn at the right time It was May of n junior year n Wed nisdiiy afternoon n halt holiday anti there were three things wanted to do wanted to go to Hamilton park and play ball it was a bright spring afternoon and naturally called ono out of doors Then I hUll nil article nearly ready for the Lit time first I lad over written for that magazine upon which I hud spent a good deal of tuft und which I could finish that afternoon there wax really no doubt in my mind that was time tiring ought to do But that morning this junior appointments had bees announced anti for tho first time mislead of al lowing all who hud n certain rank to appear upon thu plntform the plan was adopted of allowing all who hud u certain rank to prepare orations aunt tho twelve of the orations that showed most literary ability were to bo selected for delivery I wanted to get at my junior oration Now there were three things to do nil of them creditable all worth doing und nil attractive and had to make n choice among them I sat for more than tin hour looking out through my window upon the green nut de cluing which of tho threw would do Intuit a sub consciousness that 1wits deciding not only what I would do that afternoon but whothor ull my life would follow my inclinations or my will Finally I got up look down my Lit article got interested in it und never stopped working ou it till after slue oclock when utter going over it again nut again I pushed it from me und said with satisfaction That is the best hf which I HIM capable From that tune to thin have felt reasona bly certain that whatever I undertook should fiuiihnud if I had riot got that out of my college courmi I should have lost what was its most valuable resultSo should say that besides ability and time power of work there must rater into scholarship a third element tho power to work at tho right time As 1 see it now whoa my classmates said to themselves I could Ira a lirlltI lass scholar if wanted to be lubjected themselves to tho sons re trout that Wordsworth did who woe onu day disparaging Shakospoani and remarked I could writs like Shako iptaro if I had u mind to Yes said Charles Lamb but thats just the trouble you havent got limo mmmtllindC W BJRUECX in Wt tern Teacher 1H l IHI l ejIow f is lost each year through tho waste In farm manures Many a mortgage might have been lifted long ago com fortable houses and spacious barns might now lm standing in tho place oftitime old hint thu fanner appreciated 1 the value of his manures To make it very plain wo will give some figures taken largely front Tile Fertility Me html Suppose ou tho farm weoare about to consider that four horses r ten cows and eighty sheep aro kaptaiA horse under ordinary feeding voids i annually about 15000 Ibs of manure liquid and solid worth at market prices 250 a ton Then for four horses tho manure for ono year would bo fiOOOO lbs or UO tons worth 75 A cow voids annually about 28000 tins of droppings worth Sl11i per tou Therefore ton cows would volt 280 k 100 lbs or 10 tons worth F1Ol With nil these animals straw or souse equal ly good absorbent supposed to Ira used for bedding otherwise tho figures given will not IMI reached Eightyry dieop voiding each 11 10 Ibs of ma f nureinuyear would void 11800 lhsor 150 tons worth at fJ per ton a very ow estimate 13080 This ostimatu for sheep would not ho realized how ever if the sheop wore fed uo grain whatever but warts pastured nil the tyear Suppose the sheep to bo pus lureil two lhlyds tho time Then the value of the mnuure not reckoning that voided while at pasture would bit worth 1500 Total for nil this i manure cow grain fed 0 months S1MM horse 75 shoop 1500 or 27110 But to roach those figure the tnunuro unlit ho kept without lost ing any of iU original strength How is this to bn date dye thems the rubtBefore discussing how the manure may IKJ kept to best atlvautago lot us lookat the usual methods and consid er tho losses sustained thereby Tins average farmur cleans his stable t onco daily and throws tho manure out of 8jwindow in lien roar where it accumu tales iu a heap against tho akin of the building In an ideal location to bo gently bathed by the value which fall tho roof However those showers 1011 blessing do not bring IInlIo11fIxmufit to the manure pill as wo sew from one or two experiments iTo rontlnurJl t Working S Hour a nay Theres no rest for threw tireless lit UII workout Dr Kings Now Lifo 11illlI Millions are always cur lag Torpid Liver Jaundice 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Vopvrtuht iftOin U ft A ly UUraiwe IuUbh ni Cd Ihtccuta Ho WIIH really agitated inure lien hI wax vllllnu to confess liy the uncxi ci 11 rtvltv III the first iilaci tie WOH unummll stirred by till fact that tho jirenlditi hud spokiii to him III HUCU n IRTHDIIII WilY Every lay Hlnce the IIIW prcs dent hud taken chur o of cull cue affair Uthvnrtl had IlllU obliged to udd to the feelliij of riNiect fur him that WUII now rapidly Illllun till uilnil of all the lit r1I II TIll iircsldvnt was Iu NplrliiK rutliuslnstn for the best Itloal ot Nliolurhiiip He was bocumiii iiotwl for several tontrlbutlmm he hui mndo wtthln the ywir to cdiicutloiia revltwH Ho wan timch inure than on nveniBo teacher UN nctiotarlili am claiwrooni ubllltlp were of it very hIgh outer That thin man at the hull ot a Krowlng stud fanum wlmol nhouli rare iiiythltiK MTHouaIly for a raw In tXiterlenred nudivcloi cd student hike lilnmtlf xtruek Kdward forcibly and coni ollp l him to Rive ritcclal weight to what tho ptvuldtiit said about the CbrUtlun life And ntlll In spite of all that Edwan wnll deeply proud of one tiling In hi life and that wan hlA morality An lie looked Imrk ou till Incident that al ready markinl hit college life he fount himself complatvntly pattliiRhlmnelf ou tla lark for his moral condiiet In the mutter of till jwter route the football cplnotle till theater temptation and his tfoeape from itstud even an ho went out from hU Interview with the prwl dent he WOIt prulnliiK hlmxelf for Iilii decision In regard to the foolbiill trlpi nod congratulating hlniKclf that he lied the Heiue to know ybut wee good for him III rainparlHon wltk some of the other fellows who evidently did not earl long footlmll Uaurl hitl Have a care Hdwant Hlake You art unconsciously hut none the less nurcly l rhnps crowliiR self righteous proud that yon art not an other men are not even at thee Cbrlotlan a oclatlon foi low II You till the truth and keep pure You are ready to light the whole col lege If necessary In defense of your dotlnltlon of what good for a fullest Htudent Hut how much silent Ill 1IlllIululIhigher plane of life Have you found the host yet or U the prc ldviit right felien he says IIP longs for you to tw a ClirUtlau rather than a moral man The very nut day the football balm ger called together the incnilnrn of the tenth and had n long talk with them about the remaining games of the sea son The manager took a gloomy mul unx louu view of the llnnnelul situation Iact I fellows we are a good 200 III the hole The only way out of It that can see U to make this ciOHlng trip We can contract gullies with Uowlaud Qnlney and Lafayette teams They are anxious to pluy antI otTer good terms Itomcmber lust neasou we cleared 160 on the last game of the Rciifion That nearly let us out It we can do as munch this time It will he a good boost time college Is disappoint id over the last trip and It would pay Diir debt as It feels now Hut If you win two out of three games even It we Jont clear ourselves the money will rome easy by contribution There was a significant silence as the manager paused lidward broke In by sayIng quietly Ive done vlth these fong trips away from home I simply will not go gain Two other incumbent of the team said the same thing A storm of Indignant protest rose from the rest of time team lint set hen the managers voice iuolly rose over time angry clamor and je was as angry as the others See lere Illakcl Wu cant stand u ghost of show to boat Qulncy without you UlIllIllI how shall we make up the def bIt It we dont play those games I dont know rl1111cllllIwutll with his doggetl obstlnaey The one thing I do know Is that I will not go on any such trip If you want to know my cations can give them halt the team angrily declared they lldnt care to hear any reasons The manager however asked Kdward to gIve them stud he did so summing up the whole matter Just as the president hind done Hut the president advised you to go cmi last weeks trip On condition that give him a fair ind honest account of tile result of It its I mild Anti theres no question In lilY mind that he Is opposed to these botlmll trips and will say so very soon Intmc of his chapel talks dont believe It said the manager roughly The president Is an old football player himself I was looking over record nt Fairfax tile other tiny He was captain of their team when ho was a junior Itesldes time resident has no right to say what the team shall do I guess youll find out that tie tbluka he has some rights said Kdwnnl call big to mind certain expressions the president had made The college athletics art under the management of the association Tim president lists never Interfered with It hjjretofore und I dont believe ln will now lint all this Is aside fnim till question that faces us It luis lo mo like a mighty mean sneaking kind of u thing for n college man to buck out of a proposition like the one Unit fnces us now The malinger looked directly at Id ward as n spoke anti Kdwnrd lost his temper ami boiled over tDo you refer to as mean mill sneaking t he shouted walking up to the manager and stretching out a jiruwny hand till lingers of which were trembling as If with eagerness to take the mtinugcr by till throat The manager was nut an athletic man and he was a good deal shorter Ho you refer In me inoin end miil tnqt lie hu atcit than Kdwanl Hut he was a senior lie butt no fear of physical Injury and lie looked Into Hdwards Inflaimd face and said Any man Is a mean sneak who hasnt enough college spirit to stand IIy the college at tmeh u time as this For u second Kdwnrd hesitated while his usual slow deliberate nature wn fused to n white heat of wrath Tliemi he suddenly drew back and said sav agely Youre too small to lick tiny way He looked at the rest of tile bu Who laud not ventured to litter fere either way and then tunilni around slowly he went out of the mum without a word When lit wits gout the team hud a stonuy Hireling The member wtii mad at J ward and lit t lit same tIme they were not able to overthrow alto guthcf his reasons fur refusing to play One of the two players who hud sided with Kdwnnl at first at last yleldet and consented to go out on till propos ed trip Hut the bitterness roused hy Kdwards refusal wits shand by D great many of the students and It made him son to see and hear evl donee of this bitterness III very inniij ways that tail und winter It was Friday of that week thai President Noyce gave the college first plain talk on athletics Once n week In chaH l since Induction into ofllcv he hail given the students a chap el talk Theme talks wore beginning to receive goo I attention although at first not even the presidents general POlIO larlty could sweep away a great deal ol the IrrevereiiTO that had become a hah It nt Hojte college during chapel exer clscfl Even title morning after several months of the presidents masterful ad- mInistratIon of affairs Kdwurd Will Impresseil as he never had been before with time luck of tvspert anti courtesy shown to the president during the read- Ing of the Scripture the prayer and tin singing Something III the president face and manner hail nMiduded him of thulr talk In the otllce and Kdwanla mind was directed especially to time col lege exercises lie was annoyed during time reading by time sight of n dozen members of Lila own class who w we studying not only during till lUble reading but also during time brief prayer At least half of the students It seemed to Kdward were either sitting with their class books open on their laps or whispering together while till exercised were going forward It simile his Mood stir for the first time In clmHl not from any reli gious reverence he himself had for time chapel service for he did not have It but because isIs admiration and re spect for the president had grown so strong that It seemed like a gross III stilt to him that time students should pay him lIttle respect at such a time He could mInt help wondering It time president himself knew how much studying and Irreverence there was during the chiipcl service anti what he would do nlMtut It III case he did know Its full extent lint It till student body hud paid lit tle attention to time religious exercises of the hour there was no lack of excited Interest on the part of every one when the president announced his subject for till chapel talk to be The He lutldn of College Athletics to tIme Host uf time College Development lit had not definitely put himself on record as ho now begun to do And over tile fnces of many of tin students and even lie professors a simile of ex pression deepened as the president went on and made his own position very clear I believe In athletics he saId after lofliilug the term as It was uppllcublo to college and every football player In ollegc could not help admiring tho manly form that towered up on time ilatfortn During my college life I played football and baseball and en Joy d tho games I believe III oneour agIng time athletic spirit Iu Hope col ego because I Jieltcvc healthy vigorous pbystcHl life must always go hand lu band with a vigorous mind Mud P141it t a Irtlr I have said all this hearUl1 imiKt Insist on a 1IlInltiotl1- 0C college iithltlcs that pntrt It In ltplace III collegu course It to bo evident lo every youi- mini and wutimn III u college like ours that tliu main hllllllllM of our llv- ea While here In this list tithilt to the velop till best alt around men nml woo men posHllite iNpecIally on till side lit Intelligent I hrltlnn eliuracter Let tin say It frankly thus development IIllhl probably go on just us NiitlHfnctorlly- footlmll It wIn not played here at nil We could tastily find and use oIlier forms of physical development that would take Its place Hut It would tIt ImpOHHlble tdjilinl anything to tak till place of the Intelligent Intcllectui Christian tralwlng that you tire here 0 got In other words you tire slot lii tills college to pluy footlmll us time first or even tin secondary purpose of col lego course You are hero to muke ot yourselves men and women such as the world needs to mnke It a better World This diVlnltloli of the object of a eoh lego course puts athletics III a sulxml bin tt place and rightly so The Iii ate the siorl side of a college becomes III emphasized that tilt Intellectual side is neglected or imdcrestlmuted that mil ute It Is out of proH rtlon It Is ansim more tunis Its share of n student time and thought So whenever II game like football In a college beconu a menus of money milking to carry athletics It Is It 1II0rn lId n Or again whenever till gamut demands too iii time from a students studies or n- pciitedly breaks Into his Snmmy rest and wori hlp It Is harmful and shoulI- K changed and lied If not abac lately dropped Here the president sumiiiiirled the results of the recent trip made by the college team culling attention to time same points he hail made In Hdward presence wish to say frankly that I am lust In favor of thcxolmi trips of till loot bull team away from the college I have liennl It wild thut It Is good nil vertlscmeiit for time college to have the team go out Hut I am sure Hupe col logo could well afford to mlxs this uil vertlsoiucnt especially that part of It which turiiH night Into day and ills turks lilt Mlimibors of Innocent citizen on college hill many of whom I hoist frankly tell you lire Indlgnunt with time college for permitting scones like tlios 10C lust Simdiiy ImlumimiligiIay ask the foist ititI team how much good nil vortbilng the college receives whci some of Its best friends at home mire growing hostile to It on account of the conduct of the men who go away to advertise the college to strangers Here there was a slight attempt at apphiusc on tho part of a few student who enjoyed time way till pnsldon was rubbing It Into time footbal team lie Instantly and with sonic stormiofH cheeked It nifil continued Hereafter I wlsli It to bo dIstinctly understood that every football amid baseball player III the college shall beheld as strictly to account for hula grades III all class and laboratory worl as any other students I amino wish It to be understood that It these trips of the football team away from time collegi are MiiUnued to time evident loss of time that lielongs to time college York steps will ho tnken by time college an thorltlori to consider time advisability ot dropping football out of time college al together Tills Is not In the nature of a threat It Is simply a statement which I am authorized by tho trustee and faculty to make At our last regu her meeting together we were almost unanimously agreed that there has been III the past too much promlncnci given to athletics and not enough to other forms of development As I said personally I am not opposed to football It It Is rightly played Hut I tech very strongly my resH nslbIllty nil time head of tills college to make its puniose as Christian Institution plainly felt If anything whether It lie athletics or something else assume more than Its rightful share of u stir dents time and strength to time danger of his Intellectual and moral life I shall as now always speak frankly tc the college for Its own good rile prcslikiit stoiKMl rather sudden ly as his habit vmis when ho thought he hud said enough nodded to time semi class utah till students went out Ilor that was only till beginning of lila to revolutionize time athletics it Hope college It tact with a deter mined resistance from time mere Lhoughtlcss clement In till college and Kdward Blake was not time only stu lent that year and next to fool the et feet of tIme presidents action The air cleared up considerably for many of the students however and a better condition of things begun to exist In time department of physical culture Flic college hud discovered that time resident after all11th have sonic rights In time mutter and did not Intend to have them Ignored So tho full passed ou and Kdwnrd was fulrly Into lila years work every thity of It now tilled with some Slew ex perience Ills literary work on time paper at this time begun to absorb sonic ot lime best of hIs time It ho wits very mpopulnr with ono class of men In col ego ho was equally popular with an ipposlte group mid WIIH beginning to timid compensation III tin society of stu louts who hud so tar boon strangers to dm He began at this time to take a poclul pleasure III debutes ou current IVostions In the debuting society He loon came to bo recognized as a good lilnkcr amid a careful speaker not brll lant hilt safe nnd exnct It was not surprising therefore that hty the end of November he was chosen Isy his society to loud time debute with the rival society on till question of the war III till Philippines The question WUII Hosolvod That the United States is justltled In currying ou the present wllr In time Philippines Kdward was isslgucd the negative of thus question lIe hall been hard at work on It for several weeks During the time between the date of the debate and hli a assignment to the place as time society debater a movement hud ben begun In the college by the Christian asHoclu tloii heartily seconded by time pros dent to Increase time lirlxtlan life ot the college A prominent college evan gellst hud been called to conduct meet Ings for two weeks These mooting were now In progress Kdwurd haul been In to one or two of them Ho wu so far not much tnlluenced by them He came up to his room ono itll lag luring till second week of these meet Ings As he came In ho found a lotto In his box from Willis Ho at once sat down at his table nnd begun to opoi till letter and us IlhlII ho sns conscious of a curious excitement III Lila mind over time coming debute on till question time character of till roll glous meetings now being hold In Ihl college and tin probable contents ot Willis letter Ills mind still felt thIs suppressed excitement as lie oponci the letter and road CIiA1TFlt VII Willis began lila letter by a descrlp tlon of some fighting on the main rail road lino running out of Mnnllu ifout idltmtnt he wtnt on Ffmttxl ITlk to It We crowed the itrum nri mil rime prrlljr swar twin imbuncad- eiI the other ilde for after forcing our way through one of the meanett swamps ever UW wit the tncoqultoef were all on the aide of llot tlliplnot we suddenly rame out of the bruil Un the Tillage At first we thought It ws de mlnutIfare Irons a lot of the natives who were behini the huts and then another voile from another Ihothr side of a broad ditch Jut outsld tile tillage llmlta Half a ilnvn In our company ell among then Perkins of the unlvmllv Vuu remrmWr him Playeil In the Tuankixlvlnic day game the ion didnt play In Well saw Silo dive hrac first to the ground arm up and gun going everj way Juit as you see In pictures of tattle I had a queer sltk sort of feeling as If my turn would be next but It wasnt and then a thing htppened that made me alcker yet The nature began to tumble out of the liula In twos end threes yelling arid running toward the ditch Sonic ol them leaped across It and turned andI Bred from the other aide Hut the sickening of It wan the women fend children Of course wI had orders not to shoot bID and we did brat to obey the order but theywere Jumping in aol out anionic the men and they were all mined up together on the oUr side of the duds Sting like drill at us and It would have been a mIni cle If none of the children and women had been hurt WIIwe drove for the ditch every Olin of yelling and firing like mad and when we get up la It we discovered a great thicket ot thorns and abetS work fringing the other aide And all the nathes men woolen and children to gelher were crowded In a huddled up group alongside tIle ditch liemihed In by the thicket on one side and the ditch on the other You see they had Ion expectIng an attack front that side of the village Instead of the rear where we cam up and Wing driven out of the Tillage thy wen caught In Ihetup of their own defenses yelled to them to surrender seeing they were cooped up like rats In a trap but they bun ed away with their gusts end threw their Joni knives at us and we had to shoot back In reply One of the knives grazed my cheek and cut tt open hunk didnt realize what It was until began to taste the blood running down Into mj mouth The lnt tiling knew Iwas leaping over the ditch and the native were running end down some of then trying to Jump the ditch again hack toward our lines Cut they were I hot down like rabbits and tumbled Into the ditch until In several place saw afterward our mon walked straight across on the bodies they Sited the ditch up ao level full This Is not very plot reading but you member once you said that Sherman or sumebudj said that war Is hell And never resitted the truth of It as did that day We may be fighllni In the best cause that a Christian nation ate had though lave my doubts of It Uut that dora nut male the fighting any more refined or pleasant The one thIng I started to tell you about this action was the Incident of CameL You remem tier how kind hearted home always was In col lege The fellows usrd to laugh at the way tu would take lame dugs tale up to his room Well after the shooting was allover and we were taking breath to notice the results there wai llsrnes sitting on the ground wounded In the loot with a Mauser bullet Hut lie was not pay Ing any allentlon to that There was the dead body of t native woman lying half over the edge of the ditch and It wu Impossible to tell from her position and tier wound whether she had been shot by our men or her own Anyhow she was dead end her baby not more then IH years old wai tugging at the mothers arm end calling lo her in her language I tell you the sight made me choke Barnes was sitting there trying to get the baby to route to him hut every time h tried to roan th child way almck at him and then turned and pulled its mothers arm again The men began to gather around and look on lIam was crying like a baby himself snd every last man who came wi and stood stuck still by that dead mother gave gulp and llien went to pieces Well rant tell any more about that Wi got Ihe baby away after awhile and Barnra who In the hospital got surgeon lo take Ire uf It hate to tell you the rest The most terrific storm came up that night and the rain flooded everything Including all the tents The rains here are simply awfuL For a tropIcal country too the told of a night rain la often Intense In the morning the baby was found dead The iur rOn bad his hands lull and more too lie hadnt had any sleep for several nights The woman who was linn charge of the baby slipped out of the tent and abandoned It And am afraid It Is true that the batiy was really drowned In the torrent that swrpt through the ramp that night We lound the body with others of the natives on the edge of Ihe river ravine in the morning do not think ever saw Barnea more cut up over anythIng In my life And yet suppose It wai the twit thing that could happen after alt tee hag the mother was gone too That sounds more cold blooded than U Is Hut la tell the truth chum men wllh ill three bar ror rather like the eicllement and alt It Is a tough life and It may not lint long but some how seem to take to It think of you ofteu would give touch to see you and the old room In Kankln hall llemember me to all the fellows It you want to mention my name lo your sister I would like It still hue the book of pools Tour old chum Wiujs- JMwurd silt holding tilt letter nml thinking of till contents for a long lime It Vote tIme second letter Willis hull written htm In till first one ho Lied described time life In binrucks near Manila and some Incidents In the city i Itself There was one thing that Wil his did not mention but Mrs Iroston mil written to Kdwanl thnt tho news ind reached her that Willis was drluk ng again Tho old habit was strong on him And apparently the privations ot tIme rough course fare and cllmllI were so many that when he WHS to go Into till city ou leave he In lulgod In dissipation that was gradual y putting Its murk on Iilm nml chang hag him dully for time worse This iinch Mrs Preston confessed with sorrow timid with a helpless sort of reslg intlon as It to an Inevitable fatality hat moved Kdward more than time uost beseeching appeal He answered Willis letter at once emembcrlng how long It took for a let to reach him amid ugalu urged him leave the drink alone In lila letter Iter also told him that he should take liberty of using a part of Willis a S letter In the coming debate In open meeting of the societies lie did not mention Freedas name nor make any reference to Willis mention of It Somehow he still hind a shrinking from any thought of Kreoda and Willie as posAlhly Interested In ouch other The wholo subject was dlstustcfMl hint and he avoided It liy time time lie hind tlnltdJl1 uriing this letter It was nearly S t vi k Ac cording to hIss regular stiidinn liifitn ho pulled lila hooks down nml npiiKHl one of thorn to begin his rvriiiiiRs study IIi hud just begun to got fairly into the subject when sonic ono Knorkiil Commit In cried Kdwurd uitli It fooling of annoyance nt tIme InUimic tlon and to IsIs astonishment who should come In hut Professor Clark fTo IE CONTINVZDJ I Kor Stomach Trimble ill have taken a great many differ ent medicines for stomach trouble and constipation Hays Mrs S Geigor of Dunkertnu Iowa but never had na good results from any ns from Chum berlnius Stomach t Liver Tablets For sale by S E WELCH JR When you lack energy do not rel jab your food feel dull aud stupid after eating nil you need is a doso of Chamberlains Stomach Liver Tab lets They will make you feel liko a new man and give you an appetite like a bear For sale by S E WBLCII JR Necessary Expenses for Twelve Weeks School Icootu who board themselves can fporul t much or little as they choose ou living expense pe1lo have a little extra money forlect urn books cad olher tilings But the nec Mry expenses are onlr a follows To pay tho first day nowann LADlES HALL IUU Sobool Incidental Fee 84 W H Kx 4 Hmpltal Fee 2 25 penis etc about 2 IU Ucnenil I 00 W lioom IIOVlIblecie 2 W J RI Fuel and Oil ISO 00 Rent of laundry RI First Month Board I00 W Living 72i isJurlinr the term peaLU1cBeginning Jit Mo Board S 00 00 Beginning 3d Mo Board SWalt SiA aTifi Oenl Deposit returned 00 00 Total Kipense 12 weeks S7i7O ii 7 75 For thooe below A Grammar deduct the for books end tt from Incidental fee making the IolalolllyU1iJWhell room together each avesS on room and K or more on fuel snaking the total only 83170 U clawed below A Grammar Fuel Is cent more In Winter and 50 cents IltIIln Spring term Two rooms fcr housekeeping with stoves etc can usually be rented for from f4 to IS a term Tho price of n big calf n little tanbark or n few homespun bedCorera will gIve II term of school which will cluing ones whole life for the better Night Wise IlerTerror II would cough nearly all night long writes Mrs Chas Appl gate of Alexandria hmdand could hard ly get any sleep I had consumption so bad that if I walked a block 1 would cough frightfully and spit blood but when all other medicines failed three 100 bottles of Dr Kings New Discovery wholly cured me and I gained riB pounds Its absolutely guaranteed to cure Coughs Colds Lay Grippe Bronchitis and all Throat and Lung Troubles Price rOc and 100 Trial bottles free at all drugstores LOUISVILLEHENDERSON ST LOUIS RY DOUBLE DAILY TRAINS DKTWr- KNLouisville and St Louis Parlor Cars on Diy Train Pullman Buffet Sleepers on Plight TraIns For rate and further Information address L J IRWIN G p LOUISVILLE Kv I THE CITIZEN No Shrinkage No Risk J4 MIIHJ see trirltiHo leave a heritage lor tMr children buy stoat bond iMl estate mort VM eta all ol which ale anti MMpUMe to Shrinkage and positive btM willie money put Into a poJIey with the Mutual LifeIInsuranceICompany ofICentuckyI mate the future protection of the family fixed and certain Convertible Into CASH without delay or twrifive J V IIKOK lr SpirliU ARHII Stnto Hunk and Trust lllilg Ulrliiniiiiil Ky W IOUTKK DIMrlrt Acent ItertMt llnnkliiR Compauy- llervii Ky rl BUY THE N E SEWING MACHINE Do not be deceived by those who ad crUse a 6000 SewIng lInchllle for 2000 TitskInd of n mnclllno cnn be bought from us or any of our dealers from 1500 to1800 WE MAKE A VARIETY THE NEW HOME IS THE BEST Tho Feed determines the strength 01 weakness of Sowing Double feed combined with other strong points makes tho New Home the best Sewing Machine to buy I idisIIIUira manuCictufo and prices before purchasing THE HEW HOME SEWING MACHINE OKANat Maas tJ UnIon Sq N Y Chicago IIU Atlanta Gar It LoinMoDaHasTexHaallnnclseoLlaI von SALE BY SISCO CO Hlcholasfille Ky THE MARKETS BT A 0 NORMAN CO CINCINNATI Feb l- eCATTLECOmtnon285 g 535 f Butchers100 fee 660- II Shippers490 56- 5CALVESQhOiCo650 700 Large Common300 40- 0HaasCommou47b 590 Fair good light560 590 Packing 615 630 SHEEP Good to choice 525 660 Common to fair 425 GUi LAUDS Good to choice 5 75 615 Common to fair475 565 WHEAT No 2 Red 91 JoatiNoy 2 mixed New 61 64i 465RENo 4i r 66 FLOOR Winter patent 390 415 II lancy365 875 Familyt8I0 38i MILL FEED1800 21CX HAYNo1 Tlmothy1250 1850 No2 1150 1175 No 1 Clover 1050 g 1075 No2 850 t 900 POULTRY Fryers perlbi 15 Heavy hens 9 Roosters iTurkeyhens 111 Turkoys 9 Ducks 10 Eoas Fresh near by 30 Goose HIDES Wet salted 6J Q 7i No 1 dry salt U 10 Dull 61 Hi Sheep Hkins 40 50 TALLOW Prime city 661Country 5 U WOOL Unwashed medium combing 17 r 18 Washed lon 2l t 23 Tub washed 22 23 FEAT Ens Geese new nearly white H to average 38 42 Duckcolorod to white 28 d 85 Chicken white uo quills 18 Turkey body dry 12 15 I have used Chamberlains Cough Remedy for h number of years and have no hesitancy in saying that it is tho best remedy lot coughs colds and croup I have ever used in my family I have not wqrds to express my con fideucQ in this Remedy MRS J A MOORE North Star Mich For sale byE SWBLOHJH k rLOCAL AND PERSONAL I4Berea Glee Club has twelve men wereSee our clubbing offers in another ohiniu Dr Burgess conducted the chaps ervice Sunday night J W Stephens our genial railroad gent is suffering from lagrippe Little Helen Kneeland niece of Irs L V Dodge has been very ill rom croupEMisses Jeuks and Southworth aud faster Kenneth Alcott left Monday or Now York Mrs H M Jones returned from a tip north last Friday and the Pro essor is happy Real estate bought or sold Tromp Mention terms reasonable J W IOSKINS Beroa Ky Mrs Jas Dalton is in very poo health She has been confined to theI louse since ChristmasIBrother Hogan reports a good con rogation and a profitable service at arby Knob last Sunday morning Berea Telephone Company has 50 subscribers Our telephone service unusually good for a small town The Berea Glee Club under the leadership of Prof Wm Lodwicl will give a concert at Wallaceton next riday night Rev Jas Bond says that when In left Nashville on Saturday the anon was 17 inches deep and street car ser vice at a standstill We are sorry to learn that Miss Catherine Aluiy who has been sick ii the hospital for several weeks sufferiuf from neuritis is not recovering as fast- S could be wishedIThe stock of general merchandisi ow in the store at Berea lately occupied by Powell Richardson will ba sold at public outcry on Thursday Peb 27 by C L Hanson Trustee Rev Janice Bond of Berea 92 now actor of the Church at Nashville Tenn affiliated with Fisk University was in Borea Saturday to Monday Air Bond assisted at the Tabernacle unday morning A new bell for the College arrived and was put in position on Howard Hall Saturday The tone of tho bell is deep and clear but its sound is badly mullled by the lattice work around it The revival services at the Baptist hurch closed Monday night Sixty six conversions are reported and forty six persons have joined by letter and ayside covenant A full report of- the meetings will be given in our next issueMr Robert L Jones who will be remembered as a former student and irnest Christian worker in Berea from Jamestown N Y is carrying on evangelistic meetings in North Dakota his last point being Lisbon in- that State- Bert Coddington and Rev A P Smith went to Scaffold Cane on Sunday Bro Coddington reports good congregation and a splendid sormon from Brother Smith The Scaffold Cane folks want the Berea Glee Club to visit them The local Y M C A has made their financial report for the year 19012 The expenses for the year have been 10220 and the receipts 500 showing a deficit of S3720 this amount they hope to raise through friends of the Association Prof Ernest G Dodge after pa8s- ing the midyear examinations at Harvard University has accepted a position as Teacher in Latin and Mathematics in Adolphi College rooklyu N Y This is one of lUolIl thorough schools in the country with75 Instructors 1000 College and Preparatory students and receiving 516000 a years tuition Miss Rebecca Bolan daughter Hiram Bolan of near Wallaceton is- very ill and not expected to live Bro n E Preston visited her and says She is the happiest person I ever- saw one of the happiest one of the happIest hours of my life in company with another I spent at her bedside iturday afternoon I wish Christian in Berea could visit her The Hospital has live patients Miss Van Horn reports that Will Gipsou 01 Owsloy county who has been aufI lering from a strain will be out in few days that Geo Burch is improving and will soon be discharged that- Pruitt Smith who has been suffering from a broken leg is able to be about- on crutches and that Miss Ellen Click who has been a patient for about two weeks is slowly gathering- rength wK AN OPEN LETTERI TO THE READERS AND SUBSCRIBERS OF THE CITIZEN i From the 12th of Soplumbe 1000 the date of tho first issue of rilE CITIZEN under my management up to the present 1 have had n direct bus ness interest in this newspaper Ou Wednesday Feb 5 1902 Berea College sold to me tho weekly helve paper published for moro than two years past under the name of TilE CITIZEN This sala includes the subscription list and goodwill of suid CITIZEN together with the files book papers desk and otlice furniture The words within quotation mark in the proceeding paragraph aro taken verbatim from tho bill of sale mad to and held by me The policy of Tile CITIZEN will bo the same as heretofore it will be41e voted to the interests of tho home farm and school its mission is to bring nothing but good to all Thanking you for past support and relying upon you for patronage and for tho future I am Faithfully your servant John Dodwell Publisher and Editor OUR COUNTY NEWS The new bridge over Paint Lick be Madison and Garrard eountic complete the bridge is paid for anti tho people are content The County Judges held back 000 of the contract price because the contractors did not complete the work tm timoIW A Langford lostsome cattle last week from disease caused by too mud dry fodder This could possibly have been prevented if tho fodder had beenI well shredded or cut in small pieces J T McClintock of Richmond has sold his harness and saddlery stool and goodwill of tho business to T J Moberley Possession will he giver sometime this week Lewis Sandliu of Dreyfuft has mov ed to near Lexington T W Adams of near Dreyfus has rented his tams and will go to Nebraska to settle In all probability the Eighth Con gressioual District will not bo chang ed by the redistricting committee and the judicial district will remain as heretoforeMr Boon of near Kingston who has been in Louisville attending medicalschool came home sick sever nl days ago Dr Hurst of Kingston fears that Mr Boon has smallpox and has taken prompt measures to isolate the case On Wednesday the 20th iust S E Scott Receiver of Madison Circuit Court will offer at public outcry for rental for the year 1902 2i16 acres ol land on the Madison Todd arm 1J miles from Borea Tho land will be rented in parcels subject to terms published and made known at time if rentalThe i llison Monumental Works Richmond Ky have an advertise nent in another column The present proprietor J T Hamilton has been conducting the business in Richmond for several years and has- a well established reputation for excellence of work and honorable deal ng with the public Try him before going farther for your work FOR SALE A Fine opening for a- Live Sawmill Man One twenty 20 horse Lane ft Dod ley double sawmill engine and outfit in excellent condition and practically new with edger and cutoff saws com leto Tho capacity of the mill is IIrom 8000 to 15000 feet a day The mill is on Clear Creek Rockcastle county anti is set to a fine body of imbor of 300000 to 500000 feet Reason for wishing to sell is poor owuersr apply to H BLAZER CO- Conway Ky 61 CITIZEN SUBSCRIBERS ATTENTION I rPlease examine the date of your subscription close to your name on your paper and if you have not paid up to ditto and in advance kindly send enough 1monoy to pay arrears and a year ahead Yours very laithlullyI THE CITIZEN MANAGER Stamps Taken iPostage M M H I 5 1 CORRESPONDENCE iN NN LESLIE COUNTY CONFLUENCE The cold weather continues Tho rivers and creeks are frozen and tray el IH bud- EIJnli Feltuer who hus been ill from consumption BO long died ut his homo on Grassy Brunch Feb 11 A wife timid three children survive u him Brother Feltnor was ready to dieJ W Harrison of tho Southern Lumber Company of Valley View was ou Grassy last week buying logs Ilydeu hits u uowspaper Thotis audsticks It is u now venture anti is under the management of A A Potiuiuglon W B Foltuorwas at Taylor llulfi on business lest Monday Mr Miller of Virginia is here stir Toying laud bought several years ngc- by a mining company The store of W D Wooton wat broken open last week and about Q50 worth of goods stolen DIEUOII Monday Fob 3 the hreemonths old bubo of Mr ned Mrs Gntuvillo Dtvitou This is the hint time Death has taken a haw from this homo GARRARD COUNTY PAINT LICK Mr and Mrs 11 Beasley nUll Mr Intl Mrs John Wulkey were enter ained ut diuuer Sunday by Rev R X and Mrs Uimoro The Christian Aid Society rust Fri lay night Tho work is progressing Miss Gertrude Lackey visited hoi friends at Lancaster last week J 1 Best of Corbiti visited humus folks heroShuday Mrs Champ Shumate is very III at this writing Mrs W D Lackey is recovering from Ingrippu MUM Emma Kennedy of Lowoll h regaining hur health- MADISON COUNTY PEYTONTOWNI Miss Addell Phelps is upending n ew days with her sister ttnd friends at HicbmondIQuito a number of our people at ended services at tho First Baptist IIMrrut Crook were hero Sunday Miss Lucy Martin is visiting Mm Ilex Turner at Tuylora IorkIRev R IL Muuduy will preach for us Sunday at 11 G W Wright spent several hours Sunday with your correspondent- Our Sundayschool was well at tended last Sunday MASON COUNTYI MAVSVILLE Quarterly meeting service wore well attended Sunday at tile Scott Chapel M E church Miss Alice Sims ono of our city teachers spent Saturday and Sunday at Minerva with her sister who is Caching at that place Thomas Warder who ran into an iprosi wagon anti broke his leg while casting wits some better at last ac ountn but is stillcritically ill Mr Eugene Gant madoau interest iug address at tho Fifth Stroot school Sunday morning His remarks wore highly commendable and will bo long emembcred The Pantomine anti Valentino post office given at the M K church by Miss Lida Walker Friday evening was a success Mrs Mary Nelson contiiittoa illat her home The enforcing of the law prohibiting children living out of the city dis rict coming to tho city school without paying tuition hus closed out a good many of the brightest pupils Miss Mayme Loo of East Third St is on the sick list at this writing- A telegram from Springfield 0 was sent to Mrs Anna Wlmley bear iug tho sad intelligence of the death of her brother William Grasou OWSLEY COUNTY ISLAND CITY Wo have had a number of cattlo uyers in the county lately Philip Brooks and family loft for exas Feb 6 Mr and Mrs Marion Short wont with them Wm Morris and family are propnr igto leave for Kellysvillo Indian erritoryJ has oomohomehaviiig just closed his writing school at elchburg Lloyd St John is clearing and lone ing a tract of land for a crop in bank Hollow W T Bowman is still ninning a blacksmith shop near Island City Jasper Burch has purchased n trnetj of laud adjoining his farm from Joh Daughorty D B Peters is doing a lion bus tress in Nellie Bandouburghof Buck Creel is visiting her urandfiithur Dr Olio of South Boonevillo Florence Abshcttr has been sick for few days but is improving Jnuin Cawood daughter of Williai Cawooil is sick with mumps Mrs Kay Mauions has just returned from u visit to her f At hur W 1 Dandollllurgh of Buck Creek Mrs Susan McCollum of Cotikllti visited her father Ed Campboll of South Hooueville on last Sunday There is a good attendance ut theI Green Hill School owing to the coM weather Old Uncle Jou Reynolds whose sickness was mentioned last ookI died on Saturday Fob 8 ut 2 p m His funorul was priutohtd ou Stitida at 3 oclock nt tho old hoiitmtoad lIear this ulacu by Ruv S K Ramny 110 was buried iu tho Shopliunl Cumuter by the side of his wife There wen live of his children preaonl thrttt bo lug absent 1 ROCKCASTLE COUNTY HICKORY GROVE Obituary Miss Mary Hysinger the lover daughter of Mr anti Mrs Hysiugcr of Hickory Grove WilliamI calmly to her heavenly home Slit 1pIII Minn Hysiuger had for several mouths been a putient am uncomplaining sufferer with time dread ilUuuHo consumption Situ nut not u momber of any church but lint long muscle her penco with Goal and lived hur last days in tho lulllltSIl oft Christtnu lifts with the ansuratico of a heavenly home Situ had just attain ed her twentyfourth year iu the beau ly nnil bloom of u young life Mis Hyshiger tIlt the put nod idol of a loving father a good nether nodr host of lulimtitu friends She pOll Bwsed the israoo and bounty of vharuc let which maktH a young life hiippj and useful Hur short life was that uternul spring liar greatest joy was to make those around her happy to light up hor homo and bring sun shine into the hearts and lives of her parent and family Shin WRit at obedient smut loving daugher a faithful mind ufffctiotmto sister mud a kind and truo friend Br hrdeath a light which can hover boreplncwd has pass cd from tho social window of this community To Imvo known liar III lifo in to mourn her dtmth Wo extend our sincere sympathy to tho bereaved family cud offer them thn com forting thought that she is now in the onjoyment of perfect and uteruul life TnouAHT SIMMONS Hulks d Inch Flnil- f was troubled for several years with chronic iutligpntiou nqd nervous debility writo F J Green of Lau caster N11 No rome ly helped tn until I began using Electric Bitters which did mu more good thuu all tb medicines I ever used They have also kept my wifo In excellent health for years Situ says Electric Bitters are just splundid for femalo troubles that they are u grand tonio and in vigoratorfor weak run down women No other medicine can take its place iu our family Try thein Only flOe Satisfaction storms guaranteed by all drug AUDITORS CARD Tho following gird is published for the information of all the kind friends who so generously nutated the family of tho late Brother Smith in un emery gummy caused by time death of time CH teenifd husband ainl futherHu CITIZEN I have audited tho accounts in tho settlement of W D Smith acting agent for Mrs Virginia Smith widow of the lute Rev II E Smith and find them correct All accounts connected with the homestead and estate have been set tied in full and in u businesslike way Bro W D Smith has done us allIS favor in leading in this expression ol Christian fellowship nUll friendship for a family which is highly esteemed T J OsnoiiNB n LuYOUR POSTMASTER IH the authorized agent for Tim CITIZEN Give him FIFTY CENTS and ho will send it to us and Wo will send you The Neatest Cleanest Newsy NowHimpor you over read llftytwo times ono each week for a year IPOSTAGE STAMPS TAKEN BREEDING FOR EGGS IIMV ingaeatlura un lion to Qt eel HIfIU Per lieu Ier Tmr- 11rt poultry nil II fwd womoit get from ice to VKi eggs per ben per year tlinn tier Unit Miiuiunl Aud vltyl then girt only four iittnonH why Drat the stock HifMtitl the IIOUKIK tlilril till ttod fourth till care ttlvtn AKnln there err only two dusKii wlu make nmnoy liy ktHtiilni iiotiltrytlm person will hits only a fen and tin one who iniiUfn It a liUMliie Two tiundrid llltl per lieu per yiiir urn nut un unusual even n ud tlioro U no reason why cv ury iiutittryintiii uliould nut have that Mud It nut iitccNKary to have trap musts to Hiiil out your layers flit poultry who hUll to use then fur that puss post U trot the ow to make u success uf Mtiltry kirnlujf Localise If be hue tu dcHiid un u iuiilrlvimt It U only inrnf tint he cannot place any dvpoml iiiro uti himself AH HUUII ax ouo linn to rely tm others It U high time that ht gives ni the IIURUOAS It you want tu hid your layers stay with your fowl pick lluiu tint hnnc up a dully egg record and watch It It you have uot till Him tar this then you cvrtnlnly U lung to the middle claim Uiilomt yiUi glee the fowl your time you rail not expect them tu make money rill you fulls you know your fowls they will nut milk you money even If you du glue them nil your time It you have n IIPH that In n known layer anti slit uutlcrnlzitl or too large dont breed fn m her It you du you are viiHiliik both time anti money hack greatly Improved In the INUit ire years but egg prodtietlun hni not When ultrymeu devote more tlmo tryluir to Mud out which way suit liuw lit the lH xt to feed then they will lucnnfo the VII pnxttictluu n raiiM John June tells you that hili anyof fvfdtuj is tIt IKHI that Is nu rtiinuu why you should ndopt It until you know It to n fact Because Hau- lJonas lefts you Hint one variety of chicken will lay more than the others dont sell what you hnvt and get them until you know It In so roulirymeit are luu ready to listen to the other fellow My method of obtaining and holding gnat Inyera an follows no matter what the variety kept h soon l1li time pullet are fully ma Lured they are cartfully watched Ai mm all one tarts to laysure U mnoviil to her permanent quarters punch marked a record hung up date of balili pen hatched root etc Tile Cow on until Mtm are full Thule Mutt err backward In starting are put In a different building tve rotiiitlni them II culls The pullet and rrcurd are cnnfully watched We do nut breed from them1 as pullet hut will hreod from time cream of them aa year lings They are now ycarllue t and we start to hatch Each egg U marked with pen number When put Iu Incu haturs name Is set down Iu a ledger fur that purtHMt also giving the nutu her of male hlnl end what pen he was hfllrhcd from When the eggs are dun to hatch they arc put In MHllKrecd troy Thill keeps mch IKII of chicks Hcpnntlff They are then punch marked and place In hnxxlcr which ire grumped In colonies aeparated with One nieali wire so that the chicks can nut set mlxetl The cockerel are re moved as noun lllOlllllhle and fattened for market We pick uut a few those that we think will make extra good uses aud tlmn turn theme on free rautro Soon the pullets arc removed each lot to n separate house and yard and then we wait for the lint cgg You must start your feeding for heavy laying soon after the chick in hatched Thl part of Poultry keeping Is entirely too much neglected be lieve more damage Is done by letting the cockerel remain with the pullets while gruwlug then from any other cntiNe It will limit them luck two Iu their laying sad they will II1II0nlhs as good birds It certain them A pullet must be In the best of condition If you expect tier to bo a heavy layer and you must keep her that wny If you want her to keep ou laying My experience teaches me tuna wo must have largo framed hints situ to get that kind you tnunt start feeding as n little chick You can put ou flesh army time but there U only one time to font large bones and that ls ou the startC A Durllng Wkllr Holland Turkey ifill Illustration shows a white Hot laud turkey lieu These birds are very popular with many poultrymen and Iu Homo markets they are preferred to tho hrouze or other breeds Food For rata Cbleki clicks hatched In May the same ItrlIIUlIllit IIH Is given the early brood will xulllco With June and July chicks however aids will not do While Iu my opinion It Is never advisable to give stilt food to youngsters Intended ultimately tor breeders It Is little less luau murder to feed It to late chicks It will enough to say It can be fed In troughs and that the troughs can ho cleaned out but It line been iny ex porleiite that no matter how careful one may naturally be this Important duty III often neglected For that deny son therefore If for no other the late ducks sliPild liave nothing but dry food Treat M Right In Poultry Monthly